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RATING DEBATE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
RATING 'DEBATE SOn Friday, August 12;-appioxi :mately: 140 :ratepayers assembled inl: the Mechanics' Hall, Erankston, .for the purpose of hearing the fol blowing: question debated: : -'That Rfating'.on Laiiid Values is More :Jiist: :Thari, .Rating on:i Annual valies .' :7 sDi. p .GTiD e, in ' resenting the affirmatie :case, said that Un improved Rating would be advan tageous to the great majority of ratepayers; and. he particularly stressed the point that owners of vacant' land did nothing to en hance its,value, which, increase 'was entirely.du'e to community needs; therefore, they (the own a. larger measure to the Council revenue, which wais quite.just. Mr. . =A. Besant, in taking the negative side, dealt very fully with ,the-matter. from the. Net Annual Value standpoint.. :'..The, proceedings .ere conduct ed !in' a iperfectly impartial man ner, which; allowed. the".tebate .to be ai cialifying??and- educative' me "di y-u"m · :"?..? .?'?, ? -: ". "'? '. ....
FRANKSTON "PEOPLE'S MUSIC" DANDALOO CHARITY CONCERTS TO CONTINUE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
IJ 'IIANKSTOV '!PEOPLE'S DANDALOO CHARITY CONCERTS TO CONTINUE-. Mr. A. John Jarvis, •who re cently returned home' from hospi. tal, wishes-to: express his 'thanks for. the many kindnesses sliownv..by those good people towards his wife during his recent . llness;, especially Mr. WVal.' Jones, "-Mr. Ted Johnso, and other' R.S.L. Inembers. Mr. Jarvis also wishes to notify the People that;, his. original pro= ject of "The People's Music"" will continule fo' charities odn=,aa larger' and-- grande~'scale: otm?-assead Choirs, celebrity. fartists and ' or chestras; under the 'direction aof a new comnmittee ., ':iThes·rwgos oiiý4_ý.t.:,.;'xt::
MUNICIPAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
iIUNICIPAL NOTES (By "65") The first 'rounds of the match play division of the champion ships were played last Sunday. Winners in "A" Division were, V. Kingshott, S. Davis, C. Allen and L. Gavin. sV. Kingshott 'won. from Keith MacPherson, 1 iup. All square after nine, Mac lost' the next four in a row, won .-. the next two, but missed a 10in. putt on the 16th which cost himn the match. Stan Davis, the form (horse of the field, completely out classed Tony Morrisby; he was 5. up after 8 holes, and won 7 and 6. Last year's. "champ.," Charlie Allen, was 1 up on- Tich Rey nolds after nine, and then: stead ily forged ahead to win 5 aid 3. Les Gavin had quite a. good win, 6 and 5, after winning the first 3. In "B" .Grade, • the " results were: C. Tiik':d. M. Johnson; 3 and 2, after.. a :brilliant round;. Ted Reynolds 'd. Alan Water land, 5 arid 3; T. Vale d. Bill 1:'own, 6and 5;,Ron Sanders d. Wells, 'Whittaker, 2 up . The draw for next Sinday,. is: "A"-V. Kinigshiott v. S. Davis, C. Allen ...
R.S.L. NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
R.S.L. NOTES. Frankston . Diggers!:, pennant team - scored, another good win ,on. Sunday at Long Island, when they defeated Oaklelgh No. .2 (th'e only, undefeated ,team ,in their.isection)? 6 galies to 1. ; .:=: c ; ; , " ' J. Harrli 'F.), d.' Phelin7-=5; : R.. Holding"(F.) d. Clancy 7;-5. :R. Collie (F.) d. Brabam 3 1. I. Coad; ( d.) d Heriien:2-1.?. E. Davies' (F.). d.. Shaw 2-1. SJ. Hogani (F.) i lost .to.: Crawfoi d 3-4:.: R. Ga?wley' (1F d.i Moor '4=-3." Frankston areinow, :iin the semii final; and nieet?Meatone' (winners` of their sectionZ) on-~siundaydd Ay g 28th,' probablyd t-.Vi'toreaie b~" roll=up of Digger supporters hoped' for . .
GOLF FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
GOLF " FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATES , Last Thursday the competi tion was 18 Holes (best 9 in); the winner was Mrs. T. "Ken nedy (nett" 35 .)" Three members' broke their handicaps last Saturday-Mrs. M. Masters, Mrs. E. Pike and a new member, Mrs. P. Nicholls. The competition 18 holes Ec lectic was won by' Mrs: Nicholls (nett 30.). .. - Two members-=Mrs. A.' Tuck er and Mrs. K.. Watson, are ex pdcted back this week from a month's holiday in Queensland.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
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ANNUAL MEETING FRANKSTON GLENHUNTLY CRICKET ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
-ANNUAIL MEETING# FRANKS-TON :- "GLENHUN TLY 'CRICKET ASSOCIATION:' The annual eii"ecting :'~if.?the Frdnkston '- (lehhulitly ' ricket; Association was: held at Mentbrie last Monday. The following .office-bearers were elected for the season 1949 50: Prehident: :Cr.L. R. Coates." Vice-presidents: Messrs H.: P. Peterson, G.'Pleasants, R. Godkin," and W. .G. T. Rose. Hon. Secretary: 'Mr. J. McKen zie. Hon. Assistant Secretary: Mri Chandler. Hon. Treasurer:. Mr.- R. Coates. Hon. Auditors: -Messrs W. G. r. Rose and.. F. H. Biehl. Hon. Life Members: Messrs J. 'McKenzie, A. P. Peterson, D. A. -Miller, W. G.' T: Rose, L. R. Coates, J. J.-. Raphael, .F. H.' Biehl, R. -Godkin'iand D. -remnple ton. Permit 'aiid: Umpire Commit tee: To be elected at the next meeting. .Hon. Solicitor: Mr.-E. W. Olley. Tribunal: Mcssrs H. P: Peter son, A. Jacobson.: Delegate to V.J.C.U.: Mr.: A. Jacobson.. Hon. Press? Correspondent:'Mr. :'l. R. Smith. innual Report.' The 25th annual report gave nuch evidence of a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
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The Standard punters' Carbon Copy's Brilliance. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
S" pltate ts"" rh By Carbon Copy's Brilliance. I nave seen. Carbon Copy in all his work, except when he has been absent ini Sydney, and never before have I seen him display such brilliance as he did at Ep som on Tuesday. He outclassed his stable-mate, Prince Mohican, in two. separate: sprints. After reeling off half a mile in 50 secs., I the pair cantered along to the three furlongs, where they again increased speed to run home in 401 secs: Carbon Copy was a couple: of lengths in .front at tha:i finisl of" each 'gallop. His work was outstanding. for a stayer of his calibre. 'His half-mile run ; would have done credit to. an Oakleigh Plate' or Newmarket Handicap favorite. He was merely lobbing along at his leisure in his second sprint. It is rarely tlhat a horse regis ters 50 for half a m'nile on the Eo som track, and Carbon Copy did his w?ork 16 -feet out from tihe rails. Combine this work with the knowledge' that Carbon Copy has proved himself probably the best stayer in the land, ...
About Racing Fo[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
AboutRacing Fe :Epsom. traine- Des-McCormack has a- couple of.-csualties .ihn hisc. stable followirg last -Saturday's Caulfield meeting. Sea Monarcri pulled up lame after: the -St. Aubin, and he is not to be per servered with. Des will. scd.ethne Charles Fox-horse. bae-~~ owner, - Mr. G. Downie; a.:;t early date. Warrowing iS anotheI stable casualty. He hias been. rather Weary since he lay- stun ned for several minutes after his fall. in the Australian Steeple. After :a brief respite, -Wrroowing will resume activity with the view to competing in the u.up Steeplechase at Flemington "in November. .. . While Sea Monarch and Wdor rowing have been disapp .nt ments, McCormick is well - obrii pensated* -by: the fact thatM',:ý champion, Carbon Copy, is -shapr ing better than'ever. Des: i~ .ii-r than .pleased. with the chesttitt, and he is .looking to the fuurie with optimism. Jim Pengilly is givinJg hiis classy colt, Black Don a liref 're soite, before setting him' for the. Caulfield Guinea...
SELECTIONS [?] VAL [?] (Prior to [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
SELECOts AOUN (Plior t Morang UN CGA ST. zjj Ngara'rn ROYAL pR SYDUIlF SPOOR Broadmeado PANyAI YOUNG AUTO lp rullamarie UNGAR ST. R~i CHAN AEg ISgarreno ROAlthough wveil hack is bin Hfanidkep SUNJ LYRI LUCKY R weedonk, heh DUNIFRIE SPOOR ~ preciably ty PANYANN. Ovinning turd may reomeins UNGAR weight at ith day. Dunfries' Although well bawith hin three in Hanig thweek, he ha Trecamps Dbl These aeho nnthe Cang ufield alar come id fweightures at n St. Magnus h in wnrk somet until early thi given his rdl fart, wh hichs 1.29. This ant mthre inter 3 d the week. Trumps.Di The St. caomes to best ing and crak time fur hint thby Caulfield alarmed figures ma makers onfi St. Magnus in work sm until earlyth given his he~ fort, wvhich 1.29. This wr moreine Trumps. The St. comes to hoot ing andran, time for himk by Caulfield
PROMINENT FLATS FOR AUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
PROMINENT: FLATS FOR AUCTION Next Saturday, at 3 p.m., on the property at -Park Street, Frankston,. Mr.: Geo. G. Austin will; offer :at auction, under in sti;uctions from Rev. Butchers, his delightful villa fiats. Situated so:centrally-near the Mechanics' .Institute, :this property has long been admired by many, and no doubt- will be acquired by a "per son who desires to take advant age, of such a rare- offering. Con structed-: of -solid brick in pre war conrstruction,.: methods and materials, 'the main flat will be offered- 'with ,vacant possession, and iwill .foiim ai: splendid home. Particulars, may -..be obtained from. the: auctioneer.
Baxter's "Brilliant Light" Ball Chief Secretary Performs Historic Ceremony [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
Chref Seeretary Performs Historic Ceremony The Baxter Public Hall was packed beyond capacity, on Thursday night, when tile ele tric lights of the town were switched on for the first time. The historic.ceremony was per formed by the Chief Secretary (ilr. IV. IV..Leggatt, 0I.L.A.), who was accompanied by Mlrs. Leggatl and the chief Olficers of the State Electricity Commission. Also included among the visitors wceie Cr. K:auer (Shire presitlent) and several Frankston councillors and the.r wives. It was a delightful and splendidly organised function, which netted about £LiO for the hall funds. The oficial party comprised SMr. Leggatt (Chief Seclretary) and Mrs. Leggatt, "Mr. Harrisori (Chief Officer, Eastern Districts S.E.C.), and Mrs.' Harrison; Mr. E. J. Kent (Officer-in-Charge SS.E.C., Frankston), arid Mr. ir Svine (Consumers' Superintendent SS.EC.) Mrs. Kent was unable to at L tend oh account of illness. 'Frankston -councillors present were Cr.. Klauer (Shire presi Sdent), Cr. Grice...
TOWN PARKING POLICE TO CONFER WITH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
TOWN PARKING POLICE TO CONFER WITH COUNCIL Frankston *Council has recciv cd a request from First-Sergt. Sloane that the Council should arrange now to consider traffic control and town parking, that was deferred from a previous conference with the police. First-Sergt. Sloane's letter stat ed that the approach of the holi day season would render the matter more acute. The Council decided to con sider the matter at the Septem ber meeting, and First-Sergt. Sloane will be asked to attend the Council meeting. Frankston Chamber of Com merce will confer with the police prior to the Council meeting.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
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