Elephind.com contains 61,993 items from Frankston & Somerville Standard
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
"The Grange" DAIRY E. BARBER Successor to J. C. Murphy (Late A.I F. 4 years) &nbsp; Special Milk for Infants and Invalids Phone — 55 Frankston KEAST BROS. (LateT. Ritchie and Co ) Wholesale and Retail Produce & Grain Merchants FRANKSTON. We carry Large Stocks of Chaff & Grain of all kind &nbsp; Sugar, Kerosene and Manures. We invite a share of public patronage. All Goods Sold at Lowest Possible Prices. also Stock Lucerne Chaff, Oil Cake, Blood Meal, Linseed Meal, Poultry Foods of all kinds, Vogetable Seeds, Hay, Straw, Co. Prices subject to market fluctuations. NOTICE. To Farmers and Orchardists. Note the following Lines Victoria Phosphate Manure, 68/6 per ton. Lime, 25/- per ton. Oils, prices supplied Kerosene, 16/8 per case. Orchard Requirements Discount for Cash, and further rebate to Shareholders V.P.C. Co. BUY and SELL through the V.P.O. Co., and get advantage of co-operation Join this Company and receive direct benefits accruing from the rebates...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 February 1921
Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers &nbsp; PIayne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Giassware and Crockery &nbsp; Cash Prices Terms Cash Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, February 19th Norma Talmadge A Daughter of Two Worlds Supporting Programme includes Violet Hopson in THE WOMAN WINS PLUMBER and all HOUSE REPAIRS H.B. LEGGE, Yuille Street, Frankston &nbsp; (24 Year's City Experience) Water Services Connected— Gas Sewerage — Electric Bells Installed. L. L. ROSTRON, Barrister & Solicitor, Commissiaoner for 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. William S. Cook, Solicitor, &nbsp; ....... MORNINGTON....... &nbsp; MELBOURNE ADDRESS &nbsp; Prell's Buildings, 60 Queen Street. Attends Frankston on Court days Ha...
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Repatriatioq Notes Returned Soldiers are invited to apply t6 this Committee for advice before, entertaining business pro posals of any kind. Those Soldiers and Dependents needing assistanee, sustenance, &c.. are hereby notified that by personal application to any of the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may be .btained :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, F. Johnson, W. P. Mason, T. J. MMlVurtrie, avn E. Barrett. Einployers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy suitable for returned men. Persons. having Businesses or Property, &o.; to sell suitable tolReturned Soldiers are earn cstly invited to communi:, a particn lars to the Committee. Awaiting Employment- 1 Grocer. E. BARRETT, Hoen. See, Repatrition: Frankston. If you are looking fcr PrimeMeat .- go to Clarke's, Young Street.
Our Somerville Letter The Fruit Growers Criticise the New Act [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Our Somerville Letter I The Fruit Growers Criticise the New Act Mr S S. Gault, secretary of the Somerville Fruitgrowere' Association, desires to acknowledge a donation of £1 is from Mr J. A. Nairn, A.L.O.M, of Somerville. This was omitted from the printed schedule'list. It is quite a long time since our district has been visited by death. The spell has, unfortunately, been broken by the passing away, after a brief illness, of the 4-months old child of Mr and Mrs Herbert Haw kens. The remains were interred in the Frankston Cemetery on Wednes day last. A revival of interest seems to have taken place in the Fiuitgrowers' As. sociation here. The President, Mr G. R. Warren, presided at a well attended meeting of members on Monday evening last. Several now members were nominated, and a deal of important business was transacted. Matters corinected with the forthcom lng show are well advanced and ev erything points to a successful event ontiMarch ISth next. Schedules will be available in a ...
Easter Tuesday Dance [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Easter Tuesday Dance A.publio meeting, convened by Mr Mark Brody, was held in the Moch anica' Iustitute, on Monday night, to make arrangements for holding a dance on EnsterTuesday in aid of the funds to assist the building extension scheme of the Royal Victorian Blind Institute, St Kilda Road, Melbourne. There was a fair attendance of ladies and gentlemen, and very enatisfactory arrangements were made. A ladies' and gentlenien's committee was then formed, and the hen. secretary, Mr Brady, was instructed to make good all details. The price of admission was fixed at 2/6, including tax. With flne weather, a good attendance will certainly result, as it is for a mostt deserving canuse, Good music is ass ured, with splendid refreshments and what is more, there will be an efcient M.C and a good floor. What more do you want ?
The Great Event [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
The Great Event- 'The schcdulc: for 'thc Somer ville Show is, now hi.the · course. of priniting 'at "The StalixdarYd" offlice, and. ivill be aviilable in a few days, when copies ?nay b:b secured- from thie secretariy, Mr. S-' S Gault, or at `'The Standard'h office. :The Sdrhinr ille Show pro-o miscs to bc onicof-:fhebesht events of the yearian ?iitflfrueiit disjpla' is likely to: be .s?ipcially.lattrac-=: tive Thliirescit indicationrs Sar' Yhtith e=iiii tgb?,?e'i : lssocia: that the rruitgrolie rs A~soci tioniiWill surpass alJ-its previous records. The d"horsec 'cvents afi f' also liklyr[ tdbe cell ;coiitcsteda';,
The Water Levies [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
;Thc Statc igJvws aid.iAVitci Supply Cominussioi has,,m, le ar rangcmcnits to levy: rates on those now. receiving thc, bcnefits. of the. Mornington Pepinsula 'sclime,c and has fixed.cthe rates at 2/- in the £ at Mornington, and ]/6 in the £ for Frankston and Car rum. These are the prices ori ginally- agreed to, and although the cost of material has materi ally increased in the meantime, the Commission: has decided to carry on - without- any- increase in' the amounts previously esti mated.
Frankston Bowling Club The Shire President Elected President Mr Milner Macmaster Continues as Hon Secretary [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Frankston Bowling Club The Shire President Elected President Mr Milner Macmaster Continues as Hon. Secretary A meetiing ofmcnmb'ers of the Frankston Bowling Club .was held on Monday evening last, whein there wcre present: Crs. W. P. Mason and F. H: Wells, Rev. A. - P. Macfarlae/e -.'W. Bell, I~. J. Parker,. C: Dalmah? P. Whdeler,, A. .Hague, W._ C: Young,. riand Milner -Macmaster (hoii. secretary) '," . Mr. sell was voted f dthe chair, and . apologies for non attend ance.wcre received from Messrs. E. - Barrett, -G. V. Wells; I-I. Vicars, aind T. J. McMurtrie. The secretary's report, which referred to the grantinm of the site near the tennis court, as a bowling green, was adopted. The membership feq for .the season ending 30th September, 1922, was fixed at &2/2/-. The -following office-bearers were elected: President, ,Cr. :V. P. Mason; vice-president,' Mr. WV. Bell; treasurer, Mr. P. Wheeler; committee,. Messrs. E. Barrett, E. J. Parker, G. W. Wells, C. Dal man arid W. Crawf...
Mrs Kirkham's Demise [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Mrs Kiriam's Jjelmie Thn death of Mrs William Kirk-* ham occurred at Frankston ..Road Dandenong, on Sunday last, 'at the age of 45 years. The late Mrs Kirk hamrwas a daughter of the late Mr John Sime, of Lyndhurst, arid, like the rest of the Sime family, was' a prominent figure at agricultural shows throughout the South Bourke and Mornington Peninsula districts. She leaves a widower, two sons and a daughter.
The Embargo Lifted [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
The Eilbiarigo Lifted ,Soime tiinme ago tife :;Moiring ton Shire Council refuised. the use of the local larlc for picnic purposes to the. Sheet- Metal Workers.;. Union, on account of objectionable features at the last two 'pictiics. At the last meeting of the 'council,. the union secre tary, Mr. De Gruchy, attended as ai .delutation, and. succeeded, in having the embargo lifted.. The p'arty has been visiting Morning ton since 1885, and the trouble has been caused by a minority, which always will be found wher evcr a crow,d assembles. The union has guaranteed to deal with anyi of its .menibers who indulge in, actsof rowdyi'sm anad vandal ism. _
A Bogus V.C. Hero [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
A Bogus V.U. Hero During the past week, we are told, Frar.keton.waa visited by a bogue V.C hnro, but, apparently, muga wore few and far apart, dad the 'ero reaped but little reward for his efforts. He used the honored name of an English soldier, who was awarded the V.C during the Zeppelin raids on Lon don However, the stay of the gall ant "capting" was short, and beyond a few feeds on the nod, he caused no mental uneasiness.
King's Bridge Contract [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
King's Bridge Contract The Country onds Bonaid is invit ing tende:s for?the construction of a reinforced concrete bridge over King's Creek at Hastings, or, as an alterna tive, a reinforced concrete box cul vert. -In the shire of Flinders sever al works are contemplated-prinoi pally on the Pliidere-Hastings, the Bittern-Dromann, the Stony Point and Baldry's roads-all of which will be greatly appreciated by the country people who use these important road wave.
"As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula Native Plants [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
" "As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula -•'~iu~';"""=".::::": . Native Plants A very comfijcndable. move is being made by..the.Field Natural ists' Association of Victoria to give more encouragement to the cultiation of native plants. Miss Noakes, the secretary; has stated that where plants are necded for the beautification of thyatown gardens 'and parks; the associa tion'will'be only too. pleased' to supply shire councils-witli a free §isllly,-of-j linait' t 4.The Sanidrin ham and Mdrdialldec Municipal autliorities. hare' signified accept ance of thc proposition..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
A T. ,WALTER S, Baker, Pastrycook,, and! Caterer, BAY-ST, FRANKSTON Truosts by strint atlention to boeiness to retain the splendid patronage accorded to Meosrs Burtor and Law Only the BEST Articles Supplied The wishes of Customers studied In overy, detail PICNIC PARTIIS i SOCIALS CAREFULLY CATERED FOR. Bread. Delivered locally and in Sufrounding Districts Daily. Letters Promptly Attended td ABoots and Shoes . ?/ ? BELL BROS (Succeseor to A. Sullivan) The Pl ce to purchaso.high-class Foot ware of any stylo required at the low est price. We do not offer cheap foot wore, but good footwere cheap. Sand shoes for the beach at prices, tosultall. Bring your repairs--we are rapid, n`at _ J eKand effective. Boots -made to, Order Terms Sirictly Cash a speciality. Satisfaction Assured. FrankstoqBoot Empoinm Bay Street, Franketon . Bell Bros, Proprietors. Come and Inspect the New PRODUCE HIAJAIE STORE at BALNARRINO T 1HE Best Stock Poeds always on hand at the lowest rates. Meggitt's Famous Foods...
Just Snakes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Just Snakes Snakes, apliarently, aire very plentiful' about the local strects lately.. On Sunday last one it vited . imself into AMr. Alorris' iouse in Plaync Street, but whs, it a -later, stage, duily deccapitated y Mr.. Lyon. Aliothervwas' kill ed oppositc- the -Pier Hotel oin Sunday- night, anothcr 'on' the foreshore, a/ couple along High Street, whilst M.lr George IMc Leod secured a. t;@ftb onlc at his place adjoiiuing ;'The Standlad" office.' A lew w aeeks ago one ivas :illed iit'Mr. \Valters" bakcry.
An Athlete Boomed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
An Athlete Boomed "The 'IHerald," on Saturday night, boomcd Mr. Charlie Mil 'burn, the "wcll-kndwn 'athlete, as likely ,to take .Jack Donaldson's place 'as Victoria's fastest sprint runner. Mr. Milburn is well known in the Franikston district, and comnpeted unsucccssfully at fhe last New Ycai-'sD'ay Sports. He is a lTasmanian by-birth, and is undoubtedly one of the fastest of present day sprinters; He is only 22 years of age:.r Mr. Mil burn and Mr. Will, Tiwomej, the~ pe.edty . Collingwood 'toeballer, were school mates at St. Mon ica's, lHeidelberg, antd ears later they met' iri the great event at Stawcll, 'when Mr:.- womey ran into secphndplacc. But Mr. Mil burn hihss won - several events s:ince::that time. :