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LYLE'S [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

LYLE'S •iAVE a fine Assortment of :?i S:velties to seloct f om for Bloy & Girls, and the Pridces nare Hibt, lees tlinni Melbourne prices. I ,:,ve good saleatiops of:Electro .Plate war.e suit ale' for. presents--ulsod a uis: lot of Lcdies Hund Bigs, Hair Brushos.- and lambs,-Silit Cases, and Leather.Trav elling Bags-to be. sold at a great reductioui; £500 worth of goods to be"sld.during the. month of Decem ber,? Best enamel saucepans (set of b):to go at 32s 6d;.,English embossed plates 18s; 15s, 12s doi, English. w & gold cups at 21s doz, dinner plates 9s doi, T. Plates 8s doz, tin billies isa Is3d;is sd,:ls 9d, 2s-each,. tin sauce pan,s kettles; wash uplishes, buckets -all o go at redcrtion, shaving soaps and poadors.' It will PAY YOU to call and see the" bargain's in all lines:; CeCmp' stretchers £1 and 30s ach, mattress 10s;verandah chaIrs s 6d, :camp cbair?-3s 3d alind 4 3d, eatete bEgse, sand ds citlery land iooons'at all:pries?? ., _Opposite the Stationu, next M...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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The Week's Epitome A Summary of Events of Local Interest Mary Miles Minter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

The Week's Epitome A Summary of Events of Local Interest Mary Miles Minter On. Saturday -night, the (Opening Night of the Frankston Pibtures Cc Ltd will take place at ther'lechanics Institute, Frankston. - The electric plant, which cost £300, has been in stalled, and the directorate guaran tees the pictures to be absolutely up to tho standard of the .lelbourne theatres. Two features will ligure on the programme,--Mary ltiles i'.in= ter in the tensely dramatic picture, "Rosemary Climbs the Heights,' and Henry H. Warner in Robertson Cole's story, "A Fugitive from Mat rinlolny," I dranal. with a comedy interest mingled wvith it. These two pictures recently attracted large nu diencesrat the Mlajestie Theatre, and they should be well-received here. ... --.,B < - _

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Mr Macmaster Indisposed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

Mr. Macmaster Indisposed We regret to report that Msi Miln -er \lacmaster, of the Bay, Estate Ageucy; is sufferiug .frim eye trouble 'and' has not been able to attend at his otfice for some time. During the week Mr Macmaster journeyed city wards to consult a specialist, and he is now under the advisory.care of Sir James Barrett,.the eminent eye specialist . . . . =-.L=-. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

Try ARMSTRONG'S Station Store, Seaford FOR igzh Class Groceries, Tobhacco Cigarettes, Confectionery and Soft Drinks, And compare our prices with leading stores in the city Mlotor Drives Arranged STATE SAVINGS BANK OF VICTORIA The Farmers' Bank I! Credit Foncier Loans on Special Terms to Re Farm Properties. turned Soldiers, " Dependents, Red Cross & Two-Thirds of TValuation. Transport Workers £200Ot 6 per cent Three-Fourths of Valuation - . ., ,'up to ,?2000 at 5 per cent. Repayable over 27k years Repayable over 3o .years 3 15/- 'lialf early for ?1/15/- quartet lyfor each each£ o? .- £ '1 o.. - Application Forms'at any State Savings Bank S or bywrt tingto Inspector-Geueral. Head Office, State Savings Bank, GEO. E. EMERY fltza.eth Street, Melbourne. Inspector-General. *YAN KEE A -A Jst L;ndeld...Yankee No. 1, 1 Is; No 2, £110s; Yankee-No. 8; No.A, single er dlenble dehlvery,with cash, £3 3s. Extraordinarily Cheap. Inspect - LIFT on HIGH PUMPS, to Lift up to U4 ,; .. T7000Gallo...

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Major Conder Injured [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

Major Conder Injured Whilst riding in the Maiden Hurdles at the Frankston Show yes terday, Major Conrler met with a nasty accident. When starting the second round of hurdles, his mount struck heavily, and the Major was thrown some distance. The assis tance of Dr Maxwell 'ns'sought, find after treatment, he revived a little. This morning, he was conveyed home to the Langwarrin Camp. Miss Collins' horse also slipped when rac ing to a hurdle, but, luckily, the turf was soft, and she escapedLrnhurt.

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CR. OATES GIVES THE HISTORY OF THE TRANSACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

CR. OATES GIVIES rIlE I-IISTORY . OF TIHE TRANSACTION. Cr. Oates said: When I started to supple F'ebles and Strong, there was no arrangement as to price. I was not the first to put up the price. I lost money all tlie year. 1 was on iny back through an accident for months from October, and not able to attend-to-business. I tried to give Peebles andlStrong assistance and paid from £5..to £7 per week to keep up' their milk iupply. Their debt'to me amounted up. They never kept at'th'eir agreement to pay weekly, and at one stage they owed me £140. "I repeatedly asked Peebles for a cheque, and he kept promising to pay "next week." When 1 got i cheque it didi riot equal a week's supply. 'hey owed me £111 when I made the first in crease'of Id. in the price of milk. I kept going till Peebles iadvertised for sale his share in the business. He failed to get a buyer. Peebles and Strong were two new men as far as I was concerned and when they owed me over £100. I thought"it- time to lookafter my...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Shire Council The Usual Monthly Meeting at Somerville [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

11 The Shire Council S The usual Monthly Meeting at Somerville' The uslnai nlm ntly meeting was held at Somerville on Thursday, Jan unry? 6th, when thb followluing were present--The President (Cr Meson), and Crs Oates, Wells, Murray, Long muir, Grtifeth, Jounes, Alden, Arms: troug, aud Latham. Correspondencee . Public Works Cotr.ittee, ,ot.ard ing copy of letter reeeivod fron iMrs Mary E Howie, Frankston, com plainiug of the neglected condition of Denboigh Estate, and asking for a report on the matter.--To be atten ded to. Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind, thanking the.council for its lonation of £100.-IRecoived. Wisewould, Duncan & Wisowould, solicitors, stating that it was thrd months since they wrote re the water flooding Gals's Estate, and asking for immediate reply. -Referred to the Shire Solicitor. Ernest Barrett, secretar~y H. & A. Assoclation, Frankatos, asking that water trough be placed in Franketon Park for use in watering stock on show day.-Attende...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Tyabb Visits Naval Base [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

Tyabb Visits Naval Base The Flinders Naval Dopolt ,od Ty abb met at the Base on Saturday last ill the Pueinsutla Criuket Compe tition, ant after a most enjoyable game, resulted in a win for Tyabb. The scores wore - TYABB J. D. Granut, McLeay ..... 14 A. Noble, c Davison b Valenltine 11 A. E. Deunham, not out .... .41 G. Slocombe, o b McLeay .... 2 F. O'Neill, b Valentino ....' ,~L H. Denham, r.n out · D.,Longouir, not out 9 Sundries .s 16 Declareod'closed " '13J8` NAVAL DEPOT' Woolfe. Illw, by Mirr.ay. 2 Young, bANlurray o Potter, b Mills. " 2' Davison, a Noble b Mills ....- 0 Jordan, b MIlls 10 Vuleutinu, b .8Lurray 50 Letohell,.I, M ills " Oavess, c Denham b Mu ray 3 McLusy, run ot.t " . . 22 Ayling, b I Ills 2 Ashton, not. out S2 Total . 40 'oi"inwllg- Mirray 4-31, Mills 5-25. Tyalbb won by 4.,wkts and 74 runs. . Tyabb will play Crib Poinl on the Navi?, Doeot, gsiIdl to-.nI,,i.ow,;1l?41 inst.; and a close guamu is expected. Hastlngs will .nest French Island at restinga on the 8:u...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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THE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

" THE CI AlGES. In' reply. to Mr. G'at; IfMr Peebles, junr., said 'the' letter produced was written by him, and ;he."believed..the statements contained theiein to be true. and correct. --. Segarding'the first contention, thats Cr. Oauts had aske~d Taylor, the pre vious owner of'the Frankston Dairy, foi thd' first refusal of" the' business, Peebles said he could not produce evi dence in Support. Taylor was in hos pital, and could not attend. Cr. Oates:;emphatically denied the assertion that he .had 'asked for-the first refusal. Had he done so he was luite sure Taylor- would have given t, as he supplied' Taylor with. milk. Peebles' own - etter proved that 'he (Oates) had not tried to' get the busi ness from Taylor. Ice secona csirge war ujsces, as a member of the Repatriation Commit tee"'had 'recommended the pdithase of the Frankstoh Dairy on account of Peebles and'Strong for £260 was then considered. • " Peebles said that to the Frankston Dairy they added the. Model Dairy, purchased ...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Cr. Oates Exonerated The Peebles Charges Tested and Investigated [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

rC QatesExonerated. The Peebles Charges Tested and Investigated at tilc- sme time coloeming -me "Model-Dairy" with it, which we had just plirchased for £150, ,making the total price £100, which you. will agree differs .a. great deal from £80, that being the amount in cash Cr. Oates paid us, and I llight. mention here that a round at. Seaford was also'ad 'ded. IMr::Ji'Pcbles will bear me out in this. In the first place I decided to sell my half of the partnership. Cr. Ontes said that he thought it would suit his son, Norman Ontes. He'then offered me £130: A few days later.Cr. Oates changed -his mind and said'it was not worth it, and offered £220 for the combined. businesses and partner ship (valued at :£450), and this'is where Cr. Oates shows how good :he was to two returned men,'when he madi that offer; his exact words were: "l': give you £220 for the lot, other wise I can't see my way clear to con tinue the milk supply" (referring to our outstanding account). He did not even give u...

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Council Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

Council Enterprise. The opening of the Council's stone quarries took place last week, and as the full repo.it of the. proceedings demands considerable space, we havo been compelled to hqid over same till next issue.

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The Frankston Show [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

The Frankston Show The Frankaton Show, whlah was hold yestesday, proved most success ful and attracted an unusually largo number of vialtorsfrom dbstant parts. Misty showers fell in the forenoon, but after one o'nlock the weather cleared up, and a good afternoon's sport resulted. Full details will be published next week.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

'he Grange)AiRY E BARBER Sccessor to J.C. Murphy (Loto A.I.F. 4 yoars) Special Milk for Infants and Invalids Phone--55 Frankston Con unonwealt. . an.k..lu rlia HECAD OFF'IOR STDNEY. SOPEN FOR ALL CLASES OF General .Banking Business in th. Princlpnl O?tius .nd Towns of Austrelia nd.Rabaul (NewaBritln); L onon(2 Savings Bank Department ot all ,nhoe, ,. , ovln,;u Bank Agooe sl nht 2802 Post Omcel thrmuh f ut Ausl mria . nill ,l :;*,!,!?, New Britain. Holomon, arn d othn r Isldnds oflh. Paclfla /ru Illt.re.t on Deposits up to ?1,oo. 3s Inorri.t on Amounts over 1,0 up to £1,300. JAIMS -(ELL, Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.I?Q.O, "i puty G- --r Jul lt I 1t. 1c -ov rnor K E A.ST BROS. I..1.t. T. litchie -",I Co) SWhoT?ale and Retail Produce & Grain Merchants FRANKSTON. We carry. Large Stocks of Chaff & Grain of all kind Sugar, Kerosene and Manures. We invite a share' of public patronage. All Goods Sold at Lowest Possible I r',es alot, 3t-lc L uceruo eioff. Oil Cake, Blood Meal, Li...

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Various Items of Interest [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

Various Items of Interest A bantam hoen, exhibited hit the Frinketon Show yesterday, changed hands after winnuing first prize, for £1. 10s. At the Fra~kston Show yesterday Measrs Stott Bros., Ayrshire cow took first prize and champion in the dairy cow section. Later in theo'ay the animal wae sold'to Mr Marshull, of Baxter, for £35. To night the Shire President (Cr W. P. Mason) and other .Frankston residents; will attend the, compli mentury social arranged Inl honor of. the Prime Minleter, Mr Hughes,. at Daundepnog. 'W. Clnr'e, the Young Street bunt chLr, supplieos id muttod.Iat 8.d per lb-prime mutto?n,. tb."

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A Teacher's Departure [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

A Teacher's Departure Ma 14 (G. Corr, whlo 1j aui. hbnn in hahnrge of the I'Percad' Ii Stula Heelooi lIan r.eclred iotlhecifr t..mnraei, iand Messrs Brody ,id Mason advertise particulare of of his household forni ture'which is to be offered at auction on Saturday, 29th January, in the Horticultutal Hall, Somerville. Mr Carr, who took a great interest in all matters aftfeting the interests of the district will be greatly missed. HTi was always. a cheerful and. willing worker, and as secretary of the Somerville Football Club he did much to foster enthusiasm in the popular winter pastime.

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A Musician's Visit [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

A Musician's Visit Amoagat the visitors to Frunkston Is Miss Joselo Hogan, L.A.B. of the Royal Academy of Music, London, and L.T.C.L , i''rinity College. Prior'to leaving BsIIlanrat, thle pupils of Miss Hogan, who wso suoeessful at thb recent Trit?ity College pxam .natioens and South Street .Cmpetl tions, assembled at her home, 'and to mark their .. appreciatiou or lher splendid work on their behalf pre sented her with a mugniflcent jardin lore, sltably inlscribe.l. Em Jermyn inumakiug the presenliatiou, warmly thbaked Miss Hogan on bohl If of all her- pupils for the great initerest -she had taken in them, andl wished iher a happy holiday at the easido. Misc Hogan is?icorely thanked thema for ther gift, which sheo would always treasure.

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The Standard Enlarged [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

The Standard Enlarged THu STANDAUD, with this issue has been permanently enlarged-each column having two. inches added, wnich means 16 inches extra per page or 52 inches over the whole shoot.

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Lights on Vehicles [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

Lights on -Vehicles We have been requested to warn drivers of vehicles, cyclists and others that the by-laI requiring all con veyances to show a light'after sunset, will be rigidly enforced after this date in the Hastings and Somervills district. Constable Stanebury of Hastings, Is the summoonsing officer.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers   Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices. Terms Cash F. R. Burton (Late A.I.F.) CASH GROCER Playne Street FRANKSTON   CARS—HIRE   Day or Night — Trips Arranged   M.C. BRODY (Late A.I.F) Bay Street, Frankston —Phone 1 Frankston Pictures Company Limited   Grand Opening Night Saturday, January 15 NEW Machinery Installed at Cost of £300. The great opening pro- gramme will be presented on up-to-date lines. and will include the beautiful and captivating Mary Miles Minter in the 5000 feet feature Rosemary Climbs the Heights Supported by "After the Bawl" (2000 feet), "A Fugitive from Matri mony" (5000 feet), Pathe Review, etc FRANKSTON Orchestral Society Under the Baton of H. A. Blaskett, Esq. (pro tem). OPEN FOR ENGAGEMENT ALL classes of Musical Programs, Dances, Balls, Parties, Socials   At Homes, &...

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"As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921

" As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula   A correspondent sends the follow ing Epitaph to Our Gun :—Alone I stand,guarding the bay ; friend of     the helpless, foe of the fray ; ready for action at my country's call—to stand by the soldier until he doth fall; rebuff of the scornful, mocked by the crowd—yet I ask for no hon- or ; I'm war-worn, but proud, and   resting in peace—tell me my fate— Is my record worth writing on a beautiful plate ? Like Queen Anne and Mahomet the Frankston Brass Band is dead. It passed peacefully away last week, after a spasmodic struggle to keep itself alive. No more need be said —the Band is dead ! But by re quest, no flowers : On New Years Day an enjoyable picnic was held at Tankerton, French Island, when several visitors were present. The island ladies set out a most enjoyable dinner and tea, and sports were conducted in the inter- ests of the juveniles. Messrs Lovie, Cheesman, ...

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