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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 February 1921
Established 1883 &nbsp; G. E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, February 12th CONSTANCE TALMADGE in THE LESSON Supporting Programme includes &nbsp; CORINNE GRIFFITHS in THE GARTER GIRL The Best Advertising Medium. The Peninsula's Popular Paper &nbsp; &nbsp; The Standard &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; L. L. ROSTRON, Barrister & Solicitor, Commissioner tor taking Affidavits ATTENDANCES Somerville, Hastings and Bittern, 2nd Saturday in month Dromana, Council Days Frankston Office, Every Saturday Afternoon Trust Money to Lend Melbourne Address — 116 Queen St. FIREWOOD. THE Public of Frankston are notified that E. COOK Is Prepared to Deliver Fire- wood any Length, At Current Rates. Address — Frankston Post Office. Dainty & Bright! THE "Gum Leaf" Tea & Tea Rooms &a...
Shire Matters Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
Shire Matters Discussed A special meeting of the Conncil o' the Shire of Fnrnkston and Hast ings was bel I at Frnokstbo yesterday, to considler the electric light questiou ouncllilors present were-Cr W. P. Mason (presilent) Crs .Oates. Wells, Longmuir. Grilfeth Unthlak. Joues, Alden,llowell and Armstroug. Before settling lown to the impor tant buosiness of the hour seeral minor matters were disposed of. SAUGHTERING YARD SITE At the last ordinary meeting of the. Conu-il the Frankston Ridini coUn cillor- were appointed to report on the aoplicatlon 6f Messrs Morris and Ou'ram. -"of Franks'on, who asked permission t0 remove their existiing slaughter yards to a new site. The President said the locality. had been inspected, and it was found to b: about 400 yards distant from .tle present yards ani .further froni the Hastings..main road;. The propie!ed new.yards would however be400 yards closer to the boundary of an adjoain Ing land owner ( Mr S. Lawrey); who was present in person to objec...
A Chance to Save Money [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
A Chance to Save Money Careful housewives will te specialy interesoed In the large advertisement appearing in another column relating to the great recoftl summer sale now in progress at The Colosseum, Chapel Street, Prabran. Sensational bargains are announced, and this month there will be big price concessions on. sheetings: damasks calicos towels, pillow cases. Mail orders will re eieve special attention, freight being lpaid on all goods. "-When ordering customers are requested to mention 'The Standard."
Assisting the Blind [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
Assisting the Blind .Mr Mlark Brody, inanother column invites all Interested to attend, a public meeting, at the Frankston MIechanica' Hall, on Monday. 21st inst, at 8 p.m., fdr the purpose of forming a committee to arrange a dance in aid of the bilding extension fund of the Royal Victorian Blind Asylum. The object is a particul arly worthy one, and a generous response is expected.
Our Seaford Epistle Various Matters Tersely Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
Our Seaford Epistle Various Mattrs Tersely -iscussed Great satisfaction is-felt here that Alr Finch's tender for the construc tion of the Carrum Vale Road has been accepted by the Council, and it is hoped that the C.R.B. will approve same, and let our very energetic friend got to it. -Mr Finch is to be commended upon his enterprise, and he has the very best wishes of the district for his complete success. While spoaking of the above road, there are two important matters which require attention. .Firstly, the road should be re.named, the present name being quite out of place and misleading; Several names have been suggested, such as Forest Road, Seaford- 'Vale Road,- Beach Road, Seaford Main Road, and-many others, including sonic given it by those who constantly suffer it in' its present condition. These, I am afraid, would not look well in print, and might easily cause a riot. The second matter Is the proposal. to put in large pipe culverts to cros: the Seaford Pine Plantation drain...
The Women's Conference [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
The Women's Conference Starting on Modany next, a Wom on's Conference will tilke place at The Towers, Frankston. The dele gates, who represent Home and For eign MlIissions, will he accorded a' re ceptioia at The Tbwers at three o'clock on Monday afternooli, whilst on Saturday next, the conference will conclude with an "*outing on the sands.' The convenor is MrsSE McKenzie-Hatton, and amongst those who will lecture at the conference, will be Miss Ayers' (India), -Sister Louisa (Solomon Islands), Miss Mur ray (Queensland),. Miss Bennetta, Miss Steele, and Mesdames Cabena, and Dann.
Various Notes of Interest Bush Fire at Langwarrin—Homes Menaced [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
I Various Notes of Interest Bush Fire at Langwarrin- Homes Menaced A correspondent at Langwarrin \'rites :-A Langwarrin resident re cently sent a prime bacon pig to the local bacon factory to be cured for sale in the city. But, upon reach ing the market, it was promptly re turned to the sender with the-polite intimation that unless a pig was kil led and cared in the metropolitan area the Agricultural Departnient would hot allow, it to be sold in the city proper. A fire broke, out on Toomb's pro-, petty.last Saturday, .and but for the prompt voluntary aid might have caused serious loss. The people renting the property. were absent at the time, and they have to thank Mr H. Cloak for savings the house, as the flames got within a few- yards or it. A few fencing pbsts were burnt. The fire sprea I' over 80 acres and reached, Brandiz's ,property.. Here the lessee, Mr J. Currie, was in a sorry plight, when willing helpers arrived in the nick of time to help him. The flames had licked up the...
Ludy Langer and Kealoha [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
Ludy Langer and Kealoha Next Sunday, under the ausplces of thejEdith Vale Life Saving Club, the world's champion ewimmuers Frank Beaurepnire (Australia); Ltiidy' Langer (California), and Pau Kealoha (Hawaii)-with 70 inter:State ch` m pions, including Ivan Stedmau, will give an exhibition of swimming at Edith Vale.. The champions will be welcomed by the Mayor of Carrum, 51r \Frank Groves, M.L.A, who is particularly anxious to see a large attendance from neighboring distriuts along the line. Langer and Kealoha did "big things" at the Olympic Game in Belgium, and stand out as two of the fastest swimmers in the world today.
Sunday Train Services [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
.Suand- Train Services As expected, the State Government refuses to give any thought to the proposal made by' the Railviays Union that it be in the best interests of the State to perianuently abiolishthe' Sun day train service. The idea is a stup id one, for the majo ity of workers take their relaxation on Sundays, and during the season thousands make the seaside anid hills theit roudezvous on that day, The Franketou district would seriously suffer in the event of the proposal being accepted. It re calls to mind the ."wowse" clique 'of A few years ago, who wanted bluff old Sir Thomas Bent to stop every Sun" day train-but the church trains I
Inlanders' Interest [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
Inlanders' Interest A correspondent points out that in landers are very keenly Interested in Franketon as a seaside resort and are buying allotments here with a view to erecting week-end residences. Amongst those buying hero last week' were Messrs T. J. O'Dea, J.P, Geo. F. Patchell, anod J. P. O'Brieu, u?l un gamah ; Mr J. T. Irvine, of Lake Ro an; Mr C. W. Morris, of St James; Messrs A. J. Sleep .andJ. D. Chand ler, of Rushworth ; Mrs E. Johnson, of Mer:ignm ; and Mr E.-Drayton, of St Kilda.
Anglling By Aeroplane [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
Angling By Aeroplane -*The Larkin .0opwith Aviation Co. Ltd propose inaugurating, starting next month, angling expeditions by aeroplane to Tooradin, Flinders and Hastings. The first trip will be made to Tooradin, above French Island, in a Sopwith Gnu, a machine that aver ages 98 miles per hour, and, provid ing the venture proves successful, the itinerary will be extended to include Flinders, where there is a plentitude of pike and whiting. Angling by aor oplane has lately came into vogue in England; and there is reason to be lieve it will prove a successful ven ture here.
The Frankston Pictures Some Notable Attractions Coming Next Week [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
The Frankston Pictures e Some Notable Attractions Coming Next Week Another largeo adienceo on Siatlr day lost Always largo audiences, a lact which suggests that thie Franks ton Pi:ctures onterprise is bring keen ly appreciated by the local public. Included in the audience on Saturday night, were noticed, residents of Mt Elizn, Somervllo and Seaford. / L--.:ýý_ AR Y'SANTICS..ý,ý'ýi,ý' =-"r The programme oponed with i side splittlug comedy, the aonm of 'which has escaped the memory,- but in which tho Irrepressible Larry Seman's antius literally ran riot. A co ledy based on the vaudovilloabllot, it was very amusing in its incidents. THE G4RTER GIRL. I heo Uiartor ulri," w nu iv0ss -o Srinna Grlitllia ill the spotlight, -while n good picture in itself, left Inany wondering as to whait morallitreally stressed. Taken from "The lomn euto," onenof 0. Henry's stories, the picture was a -story of the variety stage. As Rosalle Ray--quite a ro mainutic nal c-Coritneo used to dance a Salomeo Iad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
A. T. WALTERS, Baker, Pastrycook,e and Caterer, BAY-ST, FRANKSTON' Trusts ty etriet atiention to business to retain the splendid patronage ,acoorded to Messra Burton and Law Only tlie BEST Articles Supplied The wishes of Customers studied In every detail PICNIC PARTI"S & SOCIALS CAREFULLY CATERED FOR. R-_Bread Dellveral locally and In Sagroundlng Districts Dally. .Letters Promptly Attended to -Boots and Shoes BELL BROS T-. (Siccessor to A Sullivan) tfhe Placu to plrclhaso high-class Foo waro of tiny style required at the low Itst pr'ice. We do rot ll'or cheap foot wre, but good footwaro cheap. Sand.. ? es for the beach at prices tosuit all. iBing your Iripairs -we are rae pd, uoat and effoctive. r Boots amade to Order Ta:ns n r;e tly ai at speciality. Satisfaction Assured, Frankstoq Boot Emporium Bay Street, Frankston. Bell Bros, Proprietors. Come and Inspect the New PRODUCE HARIDWARE STORE at BALNARRING T HE Best Stock Foods always on hand at the lowest rates. . Meggitt's F...
The Balnarring Budget A PICTURESQUE LINE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
The Balnarring Budget A PICTURESQUE LENE The Bittern to ReJhill railway ti now well in hand. The earthwor!k hasue been practically completed to as far as Merricks, and many of the wort men and drays have moved on to the Red Hill end to complete the earthworks there. This will, without doubt, be the prettiest section of rail way line an the Peninsula, as the country through which it passes is very rich and a large portion of it is under orchard, especially at the Red Hill end. Besides the picturesque farms and orohards, the railway fol lows some of the best scenery on this side. First, Westerport Bay is seen from the southern side at Balnarring and is followed as far as Merricks. This in itself forms a beautiful scene -as across the bay can be seen Phil lip Island, with its clean pastor I country ; away farther to .the south is seen The Nobbles and the Seal Rocks, while the mainland head, known as West Hbad, stands high and majesti cally out of the sea some 100 feet or more, forming ...