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FEATURE COMMENT "THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

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Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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GOLF FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

GOL F * FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL CLUB 'The, club, chamnpionship was started" last Sunday in adverse weather." Keen':, golf was wit nessed for, the, first qualifying round. " The. leaders are: "A" Grade.-C. Wilson, V. Eingshott," Ellis,. Reynolds, L. Gavin, L. Watson, K. Macpher son, C.. Thornell, S. Davis and C. Morrisby. "'B", Grade.-L. M. Johnson. W. L. Richards, C. W. Tink, R. Sanders,: T.. Vale, C. Barwick, W. Brown and W. Whittaker. Saturday's stroke round re sulted' in a tie between T. Ken nedy and W. Brown. T. Ken nedy won on 'the count back.'

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

FRANKSTON M-UNICIPAL ASSOCIATES .In the pennant match, played at,: Springfield on July 25, Springfield:: (4 points) defeated Frankston (1 point). In the last pennant game be fore the semi-finals, Springfield (3 points) defeated Frankston No. 1- .team (2 points). Mrs. August d. Mrs. Clay, 6 and 5. Mrs. Ganible lost to Mrs. Tan ner, 1 down. 'Mrs. Benson d.- Mrs. Stevens, 1 up. . Mrs. -Tillotson' lost to Miss Dunstan, -2, and 1. Mrs. Pike lost.to Mrs. McKen zie, 3 and 1. Frankston No.,. 2 team lost to Dendy; 4 and 1. • Mrs. Pottbn d: Mrs. Prockard, 3 and 2. Mrs:: McComb lost to Mrs. Stevens;: at 20th. Mrs. M. Sanders lost to Mrs. Bozanton, -2 and 1. *Mrs.. Paynter lost to Mrs. Man zies,. 6 and 5. ?. . Mrs. --Barnes -lost to Mrs. Oak man, 3 and11.. At, the Open ;Day at Spring field on July, ,27, Mr. V. San ders and Miss "M. Masters won the 18-holes nett, 95-25-70. This- was . in aid of the Tally Ho Boys' Farm. On. Thursday,: July 28, Mrs. `M.r Gamble :won.,the Spoon com petition, " :94-...

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R.S.L. PENNANT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

: R.S.L. :PENNANT The R.S.L. Pennant matches were played at Long. Island on Juiily,3l,: when' Frankston con tinue?its match-winning form by defeating:.Caulfield . Central No. b hi games to 0. With only one" round to go be fore the semi-finals, they are con fident of: winning their section, and will be meeting the winners of I:No. lsection for the honor of !playing in the final, and are looking forward to bringing the pennant home: . All golfing Diggers are remind ed of the big day at Long Island. course, :on:'Saturday, August 6. For 'those whose golf.iis a bit. be low par, there, will be lots of other competitions on that day. .:Post entries.will. be accepted, and the sub-branch is looking forward' to : -successful day.

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About Racing Fo[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

About Racing Fo, ?.ad a yarn with Ted Preston during the week, and am very pleased:to .be able to report that this popular little- jockey. will be. riding again before the Spring meetings .begln.>. Ted has .had a bad :time. for the past tWelve months. He .broke a leg .in a- fall from Star of the East at Moonee Valley on August 28, last-"year. lie+ had a bone-graft -on ::the.ieg: which was inr plaster for three months and in irons for more than six months. He was hob bling about on crutches for some time, but it is good to see him walking quite normally again. The leg will be X-rayed within the next fortnight, and Ted has no doubt that he will then be passed .as being quite fit to re sume his profession. He has been riding a pony around for the past week, and the leg is standing the strain without affect. A. ("Scobie") Breasley is back in Melbourne, and will resume riding at Caulfield. on Saturday. ."Scobie", who rode in. Sy'dney last week-end had' intenaded.o? - . B to 3trisane o...

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SELECTIONS F[?] (Prior to [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

SELECTIONS (Prior to Norningo, MIL E END NILAD.I Elsternwick AILSA HAPpy JHELUNI. Australim Bl LATANI CIHATSOL" FRIAR OF Ialarlava taS STAMEN BLUEL SAXONI, Godfrey is, WORRONG PORT PHl SHOT BY. Aloondah Plal SEA MO(K CHANAK MERRY Ip. BEST STAMEN -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

I. Iaadio Service. We offer Dependable and Speedy RADid REPAIR, Service, I' and back this by our Years of Experience, and our Reputation In the Railo Field. "iJ "YOUR RADIO REPLACED FREE OF CHARGE if 'WHILST BEING REPAIRED You May Choose Your, Favourite Records from Discs by I, H.M.V., COLUlMBIA, DECCA. and PARLAPHONE FRANKSTON ELECTRIC SERVICES 554 'BAY ST.. FRANKSTON Phone: 130 II 1Taxis RING FRANKSTON 145 -10 CARS NOW "AVAILABLE ;.MCCOMB'S MOTORS (Gawley & Johnston) (G o snOPPOSITE THE STATION, FRANKSTON rtI'~i··h~~4CicicliY~ S FURNITURE AUCTION FRIDAY, 5th AUGUST, 1949 at 12 Noon - On the Premises S"rMAXWELTON," Point Nepean Road (Adj. Olsen's Garage) Entire Household Furnishings and Effects (app. 300 Lots) SIRcludinag: Large Quantity Towels, Bed- and T'able Linen ' (some as new), C:ockery, Electric Hoover, Silver Grill, 'i : lectric Refrigerator, Wireless Set, Bedroom and Lounge Suites, Floor Coveriigs, Wardrobes, etc., .Mattresses, Dining ' Rooim Furniture, Coke Hot Wa...

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The Standard SPORTING ROUNDUP FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

SPOim TIG n5oUND IPU n U l ul atiitl l g stWll lU nI l sits el us i oTBALL les played Frankston Crib Foint ags 10.12. 11.5. Hll 2.1. d 7.13. Spearcedale Flinders 4.S. d. Tyabb SHastings R. Iosebud

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[?]LADDER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

ADDER P.C. Pts 144.5 44 1S4.2 36 132.1 36 145.4 28 139.6 28 109.9 24 48.2" 12 25.2 P.C. Pts 239.7 48 233.7 401 130.5 36 149.5 321 119.0 32 46.1 8 37.7 8, 42.2 4 P.C. Pts 273.7 48 235.7 42 108.7 28 91.9 22 41.1 8S 36.8 8

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"IRON MAM" JACK HARRIS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

"IRON IiANv".JACK HARRIS After finishing second to Peter Thompson. -in .the Open Golf Championship last. Saturday, Jack, Harris, - Assistant Profes sional at Long Island pre-war, played in the R.S.L. Pennant match at Frankston on Sunday.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

" ,TO HELP CONTROL PRICES THE STANDARD, Thursday, August 4, 1949.-PAGE 9. Parnell's Jewellery Store Pty.Ltd. OFFER GENT'S WRISTLET WATCH from oo, 32/6 15 - JEWEL at £7/71/0 572 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON Phone 360 Now for the new UTIL-ITIES AUSTINS SALOONS A.70 SALOONS AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH BODIES 30-CWT. TO 5-TON TRUCKS GENERAL REPAIR WORK, OXY., AND ELECTRIC WELDING. * . -, ' . . , FRANKSTON CAR SALES ' . (ALEX. BIGGAR, Prop.) 54 DANDENONG ROAD, FRANKSTON Phonie 55 W Y. MOTOR C Y C L E S tWhen You Buy. a Motor Cycle from Us, We Supply FREE Pillion and Foot Rests, Registration Disc Holder, Number Plates Fitted, Petrol and Oil, Riding. Tuition, Free Delivery to Your Home, 3 Months Free Service IMMEDIATE DELIVERY O Ariel, Matchless, Francis Bar nett, Triumph, A;J.S., Velocette? B.S.A.,' Sunbeam, ACME No Trade-in Required TERMS TO-. SUIT- 'ALL SEE US FIRST AND SAVE MONEY DOWNWARD BROS. MOTOR CYCLES 9 NICHOLSON ST., BENTLEIGH (opp. Station) SPARE AND ACCESSORIES Estab. 14 Years R.S.L. SNOO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

A SURE WINNER FOR SEAFORD THE RENOWNEpD E, C. NICHOLS HAS -NSqW'ACQUIRED THE SEAFORD BAKERY ",STreICT CLEANLINESS". -- MY O, TTO DELICIOUS BREAD AiY.D .SMALL ,OODS DELIVERY DAILY Phone: FRANKSTON 358, -DUCOING,. INDUSTtJA. PAINTING, PANEL-BEATING AND WELDING DONE BY Ex-Paint- Superintendent General Motors Holden (With Holdens 22 Year-, QUALITY GUARANTEED' RAY WOOD rR'ANKSTON ICAR SALES 54 DAND".NONG ROAD 'Phone: F'kston 55 He .. ROGER:SON 74 DAVEY STREET, FRANKSTON -BUILDING SUPPLIER WASHED CONCRETE SAND, BLUESTONE, SCREENINGS, GARDEN SOIL, GRAVEL,.ETC., HARDWOOD AND RED. GUM ENGLISH SMITH ALARM cLOCKS PARNELL'S - . JEWELLERY STORE PTY, LTD. 572 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON .360 T N CITRUS- SIHRUBS -· P , . .AND' SEEDLINGS''' FRUIT TREES 1H. T. HILL NURSERYMAN AND SEED MERCHANT 186 YOUNG STREET, FRAIIKSTON. Fston .7?0 . a " . M W W W M a ag a Iaa a g ag aaaa ,ff Mo.-: the word's PLJS newspaper THI CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. You will find .yourself .one of tMe. best-iformod persons in your ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

ITU, . ": IRLS AND E . OMEN TO LEARN ING AND FOLDING Full Time. Plus Piece Work Bonus,, LIMITED OODWOOD ST., RICHMOND 'TELEPHONE JA4181 R, K - JUNIOR. MALE sion of Australia's Leading Plastic Company.. port. for a LAD Willing to study Accountancy .. eek- Write, Phone or Call Manager:. tRIAL PLASTICS PTY. LTD.: HIGHWAY, M E N T O N E -or perlsUlon isitli craftwork, re rt-time duties, spital (Ort.lho Slt. Eliza. Ap erintedelent. ner--Flax Ie ory, Common-I c and Industrial sation, Griaham A first-class er, with appren roaede workshop eqlired. Corn £ItS p.a. reconditioning es services of elbeater, also yer. The basis and unusual. Chelsea 153. - A p ply 3 I o10 m - ea. Ring Chel ,anin-.llelp for dr home and offered. Reply anard," Frank el duties, morn SPrday. Ring or 892. NT AT 11O03[ 'ARE TlI, hters Wanted -n'siglls e o rs anll CarI. ES PAID her infofniation e direct to THREE SM1ART GIRLS WANTED Apply ; AR N.O S;, Nelicari Highway, Cheltenhan. - Phone Chelt; 411. : SITUATIONS WANTED BLO...

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The Standard punters'[?] Draftsman for Hat-trick. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

BY . IPAI Draftsman for Hat-trick. Draftsman, winner over a mile at Flcmington and Moonee Val ley at his last two starts,. will have an excellent chance 'of achieving the hat-trick if produc ed in the Mornington .Welter. at Caulfield -on Saturday. Reports from Caulfield reveal that -the good-looking chestnut has. done everything that could be desired of him since his Moo-. nee Valley success three weeks ago. In both his wins Draftsman met with interference in the early part of the race, and had to register a sterling performance to win. The manner in which he flew home in both races stamped him as a welter horse above the average. In fact, it will be - no surprise if he proves himself a worthy contender for Caulfield Cup hon ors. He . is.- now getting big weights under' welter conditions, 'but I doubt very much 'whether the handicappers have got his measure. Latani Chosen. Latani showed his class in the Mia Mia Hurdle at the Valley last week, and even with his 5 lbs. penalty .I don'...

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GENERAL GRIMWADE MEMORIAL Clock Tower Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

SGENERAL .GRIMWADE S: MEMORIAL . .Clock "Tower 'Appeal SThel following donations have already been 'received in respect of the- above, appeal: Admiral W. J. Carr £3/3; Mr. G; G. .Austin- £3/3; Cr. G. V. Hirst £3/3; Mr -and Mrs. W. E. Parker £3/3; :Mr. E. Kerr £1/1. Total £13/13; . 'Dohations large or small, to the 'appeal, will be' greatly appreciated; ' '' '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

ESTABLISHED . SINCE THE ' YEAR 1882 WE LEND WVITHOUT SECURITY . You You Interest Repay Redeive'' 'Charged Weekly .11 .£2/15/- I/ £"22 . ' £51107- 10/ . and so 'on. Ti.e rate per cent. p.a. as repre sentediabove does riot exceed 48, 'I accordance witlh-the Act. THE NEW SOUTH WALES M"-ONT DE PIETE DEPOSIT & .'.INVESTMENT. CO. LTD. .With which is incorporated Atlantic Trading Agency Pty. Ltd. S 'ULE HOUSE..: .309-311 LITTLE COLLINS ST., (Opi.' Royal Area-de). Tel. FA8088 S349-351 SWANSTON ST. Cent. .330. RING NO W 4 4 S ' for an APPOINTMENT ..4 - MICHAEL TOOHEY * Studio of Modern Photography 26-28 PLAYNE STREET, ,, FRANKSTON Tel. F'ston 692 HOURS: 9-6; SAT., 9-1 a n d S A T . P . M . , b y A p p t . P ]. -PENINSULA BUS LINES TOURS SUNDAY, AUGUST -7th MT. MACEDON 'AND WOOI'END.. - VIA - Melbourne, Keilor, Woodend. A Visit to the Geological Wonder, The Hanging Rock. Then on to Nit. Macedon, where the view from. the Cross (3636ft.) is in itself worth the trip. T'OURING COACIH LEAV...

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Rover Scouts' Diary Scotland [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

Rover Scouts' Diary By Dick Allchin and Ken Cameron. Scotlanl: . (Here is a further instalment ,f the diary of Frankston's two Rovers who will attend the Moot in Norway): Last Monday, we set off on our litchF hike to Scotland. As usual we got off on the wrong foot; well, at least, the wrong road. mnd instead of going direct to iheffield, .we got there in a "ound-about way and had to do the last lap, Leicester to Shef ield, by train. Sheffield, as you know, is one of the biggest steel roclusing cities in the world Some workings cover miles and niles. It is thus a very dirly 'ity, in that the buildings are -overed in soot, and I fear it would be almost impossible to keel them clean. We spent Tuesday morning tauring around the outsides of these woi ks, and then, in the :vening, we went for a couple of trips to the Derbyshire Dales. Phis countryside is most beauti 'ul; it is hardly credible that you aan find such peaceful scenery :o close to such a large indus trial city. On the way hoe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 4 August 1949

YOUR WORLD ,IS A FAMILYI ITS AFFAIRS MAKE YOUR BIG NEWS- THE IMPORTANT AUSTRALIAN NEWSI . Read THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR The Newspaper that KEEPS You COMPLETELY INFORMED. Acclaimed by Famous Men and Women. Name Address._ The Christian Sietnrr Publishing Suclety Australian & New Zealand Bureau, SUBSCRIPTION'RATES 46 Pitt Streow, Sydn.y. ON APPLICATION I C . LEDGA 'S PO78 U.a U* S PERMANENT WAVING "SPPECIALISTS -* COLD WAVE ' STYLISH SETTING , -* -. ' ;\ . m U -' * , ' . ' . i .,OIL EA-VE CUR LY-CUT CUTS liisseenwwa earrswa waesmnmns|^ '*a1. -**'~H ;*** SPUBLIC NU1 IICL. i=--?----?=_ ------ PUBLIC NOTICES'. . I, Mirs' Kanelio KaliiiT'i,'t of Greek nationality,. born at Spar ta, Greoee, and .resident over 22 years in Australia, now residing at.: Mornington,' Vic., intend to apply for naturalization under the. Nationality Act, 1920-1936. PRELIIINARY NOTICE MECHANICS' ,HALL, FRANKSTON FRIDAY, AUGUST. 12, 1949 Under. the auspices Frankston and Hastings Rating Reformh League PU...

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