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Returned Soldiers' League [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Returned Soldiers' League Very little has been hoard lately of the Franketon Ilreach of the. Returned Soldiers' Association. Thri summer season, wi h the extra rush arnd bu;lo that he holidays entail. i not a suitable time For nmeetings, p lrticutlr!y to tmn in buinoss--and most Frantslon folk fu lowavicat.ions viAre the, turning of the nimble h1illi g is nor.' restricted to Civil So vice hoursa N:w that tlhesum mer? rushl is: subsiding, uiand tile evrniigs are perceptibly dlrawin; in, I rger a relndlanceosit inetings on iected ii ith Lh"various iourt. iiti tutions may be expectlr.i The Re urned Soldiers Association, made an ocouragingt star last lhndila night. when a special meeting wasi ,eld t6 review the :position: and generally setidthings' shiph hape for he ensuingl' terim. MI H. Vicars, (president) presided, +und a very succeesful evening's work wis trans acted.' Mr Vicars, who had signi fied his intention of retiring from offlice .was prevailed upon to retain the position of ...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wedding Bells [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Wedding Bells A wedding of interest to local people took place at Prahran on Sat urday, February 5th, when Miss Vera Coe, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert' Coe, of Younog Street, Frankston, was united in matrimony to Mr P. M. Georges, son of Mrs Jules Georges, who resides in Barcelona, Spain.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Some Red Tape Criticism [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Some Red Tape Criticism "Nil Doesperandu n,' 'eoford, writes :-".'sn nothing be done to stir up the energies of thoio respon sible for' holding up the scheme to remedy conditions prevailing in the Kainanook Creek? Many months ago I. was elected a. member of a committeo to arrange for a monster deputation to the Public Works' Departi?ent, which deputation was duly organised and constituted one of the most ear nost and representative publicdepu tatious ever sent 'from this -district; the usual expressions of !"sympathet. ia consideration" and promise of "notion'' were forthcoming from the Depiatment, and since this, monthe hovel:hoon allowed tondrift by, theni il quostion aitised in the Frankston Council Chamber as to progress_made brings forth thefact that tebore. has eeon some misnuderstanding between the Eungineers. Surely iIa mutter of such gigantic interest to .the Public shouldI not tbe allowed to drift into Obliviotn bIecause of aotnoo hirldoloond -R?eiTttnpisn or some travesty...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Prime Minister [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

The Prime Minister Mr G. R. Warren, the President of the Somerville Fruitgrowers' Associ ation, has been successful in induo ing the Prime Minister of Australia, the Right Hon. W. M. Hughes, to perform the opening ceremony at the annual exhibition next month.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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The Honor Avenue The Committee Decides To Affix Name Plates [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

jj The Honor Avenueii IThe Committee Decides To Affix Name Plates j' A meeting of the reaukston Honor Avenue Committee was hold at the Mochuuics' Hall on Weldneslday night lat, when Cr W. J. Ontes presided. The Treasure., (Dr'S. Plowman) nud the Secretary (Mr W. )V. Young), with Measra Mark Brody and J. D. Jennings, were also present. The Trousurer produced the banuk book showing that the amount at are dit at the local Saving= Bank was X88 0s 1ld. - Referenco to the minutes of the last committee meeting, held on July 11th, 1918, gave iriformatloh re lating to the selection of suitulbl brass plates to be aflrcil to edch tree, the price then quoted for each plate bouearing th nunme of a soldier being 33 Sd. It was resolved, on the mot oun of Mss'rs Young and Brody, tlat steps be taken at once to piocure the nece.salry Iplltes caiollt. 300) enrlS Ihut Mr Jennings he uiikeil to interriew city firmsl rLegl.rdint presllntecst. MrI Brody referred to whllt he ter med the dis gr eelrnl I:oud...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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"A Day in the Ti-Tree" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

"A Day in the Ti-Tree" Our Seaford corLespondent has a word to say on the above article which appeared three issues ago :--"Your article on Seaford was greatly appre. elated here, M.\r Editor, and your witty jibe about the absence of bath ing facilities has set many thinking. Although ve y few take your skits about the "tarts" undressing inthe ti-tree seriously,, -a lot -wonder how you.foundit onti.- -,You didunbt.top long in Seaford-but they reckon you saw too dang much I" When shown the above the writer of the article merely confirmed what he had already written.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr Coulson's Departure [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Mr Coulson's Departure .Mr Coulsonr, of Franhkston. who has been in charge of the Presby terian Church at Ultima for the last four months has been transferred to Meeniyan (South Gippsland). There is a paisonage in the town "nd ,irs Coulson will accompany her husband to his-zew.ilistrict. The Presbyter. ian Home Mission Committee con gratulate Mr Coulson on the suce cess of his work at Ultima.' He pro ceeds to Meeniyan next month.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ragged Boys' Home [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Ragged Boys' Home Mr J. B. Jolly has requosted "The Standard" to acknowledge n donation of LI Is from Miskrs Oeardtwell Bros (Meutone) :'nd~.?£1 fron :'ýr 'J. P. O'BriYn (Tuugamab) for the Ragged Boys' Home, Iraskston. The Aus tralian Jam Co. Pty Ltd hlave offered to donate a quantity of jams and pro survet to the Hoime.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Municipal Enterprise The Ferntrde Gully Quarries, own ed jointly by the Carrum and Dande nong councils, has been occasioning its proprietors some concern. An ex tra £1000 it required to improve the plant, but the Carrumites are unani mous on the point of not desiring' any more liability, as the plant, which coat £8857 to instal, is not likely to be able to meet at all times the re quirememtk of the two municipalities. In 1918, the metal output was 6,422 tois, valued at £1644, as compared with 8118 tons, worth £2273,-in 1919, whilst last year the output, 8735 tones represented a value of £2;893.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Westernport Development [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Westernport Development At a recent meeting of Farmers' Union delegates in the Flinders Elec tor.te at 'Nyora, the Westernport Development and decentralisation League was formally launched. A publicity movement is to be started immediately, pressing the claims of the port. It is proposed toadvocate a scheme for linking Northern Gip psland with the Great Southern Line in the vicinity of Koo-We-Rup, which would undoubtedly open up great possibilities in the way of har bor development and potentialities second to none in the State.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricklewood Estate [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Cricklewood Estate Last week Meeasrs Brody and Ma.,on land and estate agents of Franktoun, sold a total of 1945 feet frontage of the Crinklewood Estate. The pnur ebhases was Mr J. B. Jplly, who coun tinoes to demonstrate the confidence he feels in the.future of Franketorn.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tanti Market Report [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Alex Scott & Co. Pty Ltd tepr:t having bold their usuan'.monthly sale at Tanti on the 7th rust, when they had exceptionally good yardings of all classes of cattle and good yard ings of hbeep, pigs and calves. In addition to the local buyers. repro sentatives from Melbourne, Dando nong, and Gippsland were present. Competition was very keen through out, and as a result, practIcally a to tal clearance was effected-the mark et being the best for some months. Some prices wrero-Milkers from £12 to £19 .s,; forward "priogers £16 to £27 5s, f'at 'ows" £3173s, Gd to £14 lOs, store cows to. £9, heifers to £8 10s, bullooks to £9 10s, steers to'£6 15s, bulls.to £l1, fat ewes to 31s, mixed owes to27s 94d, fat lambs to 26 10Od, rams to 55?-, lackfatters to £9 12s Gd, baconers to £7 lOs, lights to £5 10s, parkers to £6.

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Sir Frank Madden Dies [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Sir Frank Madden Dies The death occurred at Stadley Park on Thursday.night,.from heart disease, of Sir Frank Madden, brother to the late Chief Justice, Sir John .Madden, who resided at Mlorn. ington Road, Frankston. The late Sir Frank Mladden was eoucate.l in England, France and MIelbourne, and foronany year-vwas Speaker of the Ipegislative Aeaembly.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Edith Vale Stigmatised [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Edith Vale Stigmatised Generally speaking, the conduct of' the visitors to the seaside has been good but, as pointed out last issue the thoughtless minority always exercise-a rightto indulge in unseem ly conduct. Evidently ,they have been doing so at Edith Vale, where cases of the grossest immorality hhve be;lin?'iepbrted. Thius, Edith 'Vale has a stigma heaped upon it, which it certainly does not deserve. A Jetermine I move on the part ool'.the Foroshore Trust would speedily rc store peace and ha)rmony when any epidemicp f moral cruptions evontlu ates.

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Langwarrin Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Langwarrin Notes The Lungwarrin Progress Asaoola tion will meet on Moonday night to decilo u to what is to be done re" ugrding thie-oRed Cros. Hall at the Lahgwarrin Camp. Otside btuyo's are desirous of securing the bulldiug, but local residents are' eqnclly keen on selecting for it a pormaOoat site in Langwarrun. All metborrs of the Associatiou are ispeclally lnvited to be presentatat onday night!ameetiln when the President, Mr J. Nott, Mtýral will preside. SONN'T.Got Your bodgors Stick SWritten. That'sa two-enturY Ill ildo. Be up)to-date, taul gt. ibni PRINTED at "The Stdatcrd" Printiun Works. .

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Motion Pictures Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Motion Pictures Enterprise On \,dnesllay last the first step was taken towards placing Frankrton on the movies. ~Mr Barrett of the Progress Film-Co, Jlelbourne, with his operator took various views of the town including Ba.y Street. which presented an animatedl a pear nce owing to it being the usual market day On Saturday -tomorrowv) the whole day will be devoted by Mr Barrett and liis assistants to secur ing further views of Frankston and its surroundings. In the forenoon it is inten fed to visit K{-nanook Creek at Long Islan-I where ,me sce nery is particularly fine. The Coast "line to Daveys Bay. Olivers Hill, Frankstori Tennis Cou t, The Fee nery,' Pier Tea Honuse and the Pier will be photographed for inclusion on thefilm. Residents are request ed'to co-operate an I the bhire Pre .sident (Cr .Mason). M.r J._ D. Jenn ings, an l-Mr'O'Donoghue who are arranging details will he glad -to re ceive offers -of assistance. A municipal cricket matheb, be twee-n teams represeottue the shir...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Our Somerville Letter A Large Shipment of Apples to England [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Our Somerville Letter f A Large Shipment of Apples to Eng.land A serious and paluful accident hap poued to an oight-year-old boy, son of Mr Martin \lalouoney. The lad was, with others, riding to school on a timbor waggon, and-by some means got his ,leg caught in one of the wheels. Beforo the wnggou could be stopped, tI0 little follow had his leg frightfully Ilaorated fIrom Ltho kneo idownllward, though fortunately the limb was not broken. Tho. le ffeier was hurried by his father, Who was: driving the vehiloe to tho local doc tor. Dr Grilfiths, who ordered hise ro moval to the Children's Hospital, whoore he 'progrossing as well as oail be o.poctod. A nldy woll-knowvn and huighly ro -spocted in this district in the person of Mrs G. O. Webb, pasted away at her residenoce in Mulvern odnrlng thei week. .?lr Wobb was of a kinudly dispositlon and cheotfully assistudin nll movements of a patriotic or chari table nature. Her demise will be reo gretted by a large circle or friends. In spite o...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lieut Parer's Flight [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

Lieut Parer's Flight Lieut Ray Parer, of Frankston who recently made a flight to Tasmania, safely returned to Melbounrne   on Saturday last. He landed en   route at King Island, left there at 3.30, and crossed Bass Strait in two   hours. The "Loongana", the fastest   boat on the 'I'asmanian line, as   a comparison, takes 18 hours.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

The Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921. Local and General News. Tenders for the right to the various refreshment booths at the Somerville Show on 16th March, close with the secretary, Mr S. S. Gault, on the 1st March. Particulars appear in our advertising columns. An important clearing sale, on   account of Mr Jesse Sawyer, will be held on the property, "Summerlands" Moorooduc, on Wednesday, the 2nd March. The auctioneers are Messrs   Adamson Strettle and Co., Pty. Ltd., and full details are advertised in another column. Mr A. E. V. Richardson, of the Department of Agriculture, has been appointed Director of the School of Agriculture at the Melbourne Uni-   versity, Mr Richardson resides at "M0ona," Frankston.   Next Thursday night at the Mechanics' Institute, Frankston, a euchre party and dance will be held for the purpose of raising funds to assist the Alfred Hospital. The prizes for the evening have been   kindly d...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921

When You Visit -SEAFORD -   Call at the POST OFFICE STORES, J.B.Howell - Proprietor Orders Called for and Delivered. Furnished Houses to let   Authorised News Agent. Papers Delivered Daily. The Seaford Refreshment Rooms, Morning and Afternoon Tea. Dinner, 12.0o to 2.30 Daily. Three Courses. 2s.   Tel. Seaford 1. Cabs and Motors arranged for A. RYAN Cabinet Maker, &c WISHES to notify the Public of Frankston and Surrounding Districts that he is prepared to un- dertake Furniture Repairs and Re- Upholstering. Orders promptly at- tended to. Address - Park St - Frankston Wanted to Buy Pine Trees Blue Gum Stringy Bark Best Prices. Cash before removal, H. C. BARCLAY BAXTER. You Clan Always Rely   ON GETTING THE BEST OF Clothing, Drapery, Boots and Shoes       -At the- VERY LOWEST PRICES from - H. BRAY ,     Draper, Newsagent, etc.   BAY STREET, FRANKSTON ...

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