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The Standard. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Z ile .'Stzmoatb.. 'FRIDAY,- FEBRUARY 25, 1921. Local and General News. Seaside property at Seaford will be offered at auction on Saturday, 9th March, by '?easrs J. WV: Styles and Son, In conjunction with '..\'osrs Brody and llason.: Ladies are requested to meet at the ha ll next Thursday evening to decide on a special effort for the Frankston Soldiers Memorial Fund. Motor businesses at Frankston and .Morningtou are advertised for sale by tender in thiis issue by the Peninsula Motor Garage Pty Ltd. Tenders close on 4th March. The annual meeting of the Frank ston. Mechanics' Institute has beeu adjourned till 7th March. * The full programme of the llooroo due Sports, to be held on the gth March,' and orgasiised by the Mooroo due Branoh of.the V.F.U., appears in our advertising columns. Mr James McLellan is the secretary, and a de-_ lightfnl day's outing Is promised. Patrons are reminded that an early start will be made. Shire tenders for road works, horses and drays, and flrewood are ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Gibbons& Tyree (LATE A.I, General Storekeepers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, SOMERVILLE, We Carry Large stocks Drapery, Groceries, Hard ware Boots & Shoes, Bran Chaff, Pollard, & all other Cereals. Local Agents for Couming Smith and Co.'s Manures. Law, Somner & Co. 's Seeds. Maunobester Fire Insurance Co. Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailof'lMade Suits a Speciality. Chte fTrankston olltege Held in the Church of England School Buildings. SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Thorough grounding guaranteed. Reduction made in the case of two or more from one family, [Fees-2 to 4;4 Guineas. ,-g New Term W3 New Term commences-FFebruary Ist EVENING CLASSES. Shorthand and Typewriting-Monday and Wednesday, 7.30 to9.30 Book Keeping-Tuesday. and.Thurs day, 7.80 to 9.30 Fees-3 Guineas per term. Coaching during Holidays by special arrangement. Parents and Visitors may at any time see pupils at their work Principal may be seen at the School, or by appointment. D. E. ...
Mr Drake Honored [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
At the Investiture at Govern ment Hou e on; Friday ast;. Mr. 1 .1 DrIraker received the lin SpvriaJ S ice Order, the Gover nor-Genieral, L;oird .'orster, n ak ing ::theinvcstituic: "'Uintili re ecntly, ;Mr-r. Drake, I.S.O ,.>vas secretary- to. the Public :Works _Deiatmein t :of. Victoria- -He: has .ahome iat :.Frankstoni, and. some :receks :ago ?was:-elected. first:' pre sident of: the Long Islaind1 Pro gress, Association. . .
Hastings Triumphant [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
: Hastings Triumphant - :. In - a recent. cricket. match against Morniizigton, the Hastings XI., ;who are the champio's:. of thei Pcninsular Wvon by six: wic kets and 18, ruins. . Mornitngton, batting firs, .notched 60, the Armstrong of the side being Cr. Griffith, who .miade ::28. Nipper Floyd (3 for 20), Pcrriim (3 f6o 12)," and -Captiin' kicid; (3 'for :6) secrecd the .best averages. The latter' scored; 33 nio6t out, 'and ITughic Carmnichael 10 :not out, L-Tastings closing thle innings for fdour for 78;-"Pompey Francis and sundries made 12 a!piic -
Items of Interest [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Items of Iterest 1 The Railway Commissioners stated on Weduesday'last that, commenciug -next Tuesday, MAlarch 1st; the train now leaving Stouy Poiut at-4:15 p.m for Buster and-connecting there with the Alorningtoun to Melbourne train, will be altered to leave Stoisy Poiunt at 3.10 p.m, running correspondingly earlier from Bittern, Hastings, Tyabb, Somerville, Baxter, Laugwarriu, Fraukstou, Seaford, Carrum, and the intermediate stations. On Wednesday Inst a continuous' telephone service was inaughstated at lioruingtou, giving telephone facili ties both day. and night.rThe sub stantial increase in the revenue at, Mornington during the past twelve months- has made the now service im perative. A duplicate trunk liie to Sorrento is also belug installed toare lieve the congestion and to generally improve the telephiout serrvices on the Peniusula. '"Punch," "last issue, announces the death at. Cannes, France, of Mrs. Andrew Rowan, who iwill be best rembnits berfecf out here as sis ter to L...
Our Phillip Island Letter Large Influx of Easter Visitors Expected [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Our Philip Island Letter' Large Influx of Easter Visitors Expected .Cowes has again this season do monstrated its popularity as a sqa side resort. The accommodation has been strained to the utmost even private houses have provided beds for surplus visitors.. The beaches all day long are aliVr with mixed bathers, who appear to thozoughly enjoy themselves in the Blear ocean water. Here inay be seen the veteran of seventy intent on invigoratlng his toil vorn body;. also the toddler of five,- amingling with the blushing maids of-I was about to say' sxteen-but perhaps it would be wiser not to mention problemoti cal age. The normal rise and fall of the tide is twelve feet. . This means that the.beach sand is cleaned and h?-dened twice a day, and, fortunately, there is no undertow. whleh renders, in' Victoria, so many fine beaches dangerous, The hotels this year have made streanionb'efforts to keep up with the times;- Sanitatlon-has been attended. to,. and,.eleotrito light' .inaugurated, a...
Our Balnarring Letter The Methodists Hold Annual Harvest Festival [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Our Balnarring Letter . The Methodists Hold Annual Harvest Festival Last Sunday, 19th inst., the Methos. ist Sunday Schools of _Hustings, mlnalrring and other districts held .heir picnio on the Balnarring Beach. AswStill be remembered, the :day was an ideal one for a picnic, and so it is needless to say that the children all enjoyed themselves. .This, Children can do to best advantage "at the sea side. Bathing was the chief feature of the day, whilst along the foreshore could bhe seen many who'preferred playing games or romping around the sauni to bathing. The day was ap preciated by all, and the picnickers were rather envious at having to go home. - Saturday, February. 26, heing the day fixed for tho Ema, Plains races, everyone is anxiously lookitg for ward to tho d-d. to arrive. Mulch interest is being taken in the event, and it is expected that a good field of triers will start in each event. All that is required now is ft_ tho wen ther to treat us kindly. At the kIethodist Harve...
The Frankston Pictures A Budget of Notes by "Vignette" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
--- - - The Frankston Pictures U A Budget of Notes by "Vignette" "The Standard" is going to try and create an atmosphere amongst local people for. the more kindly reception of pictures, and .witk that objective..before us, we are going to devote a lit tie extra- spade every issue- to notes about the. shadow :stage and those 3who play a part.upon it. This idea' is. .pronipted by th 'interest ~beiig:tLken;in .tl?e?niitei prise i Of thle Frankston Pictutres Co: Ltd.. The company has .noiv got into.its .stride, so to speak, and: they are presenting pro grammes whicli are undoubtedly de luxe in nature. Some impor tant pictures are likely to be screened here, as time passes, and it's up to the local public to, assist in every way. to make the venture the outstanding success it promises to be. I The other itight, when witness ing the screening of Corinne Grifliths, in "Tlhe Garter Girl," one could not help recalling .literary memories of its author, Henry , Porter, 7who used. the name, O. ...
Kananook Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Kananook .Creek. Mr. A. K.: T; Sambell, C.E., wrote, stating that he' understood the association had been informed that the Department of, Public Works was awaiting certain.data from him in connection' with the Kananook Creek survey ,before proceedingwvith the creek improve iient'scheme.- Mr. Sambell stated thatle haid no knowledge-of the matter," and suggested that the De-i partment should be asked to state when bfid forvwlat thie demand was made - on :him. Mr. Sambell re ferred to the Minister's statement to the deputation, wheni he; said he would instruct the officers of his de partment to make a check survey to verify Mr. Sanmbell's figures. Mr. Sambell further stated that'he was £20 out of pocket in connectiOfi with the work already donle by him. A detailed survey would. cost £100 an, expenditure the shire council wvould not be justifiediin incurring at this juncture '. The president stated that he had' receivcd-a -letter .from his co-de legate (Mr. T. Cotton), suggesting that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Commonwealth Bank of Australia, HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY. OPEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF General Banking Business in the Principal Cities andTowns of Australia and Rabaul (New Britain); London (2) &nbsp; &nbsp; Savings Bank Department at all Branches and Savings Bank Agencies at 2802 Post Offices through- &nbsp; &nbsp; out Australia and at Papua, New Britain, Solomon, and other islands of the Pacific 3½% Interest on Deposits up to £1,000 3% Interest on Amounts over £1,000 up to £1,300. JAMES KELL, Sir DENISON MILLER, K.C.M.G., &nbsp; Deputy Governor July 1st, 1920 Governor &nbsp; A. RYAN &nbsp; &nbsp; Cabinet Maker &c WISHES to notify the Public of &nbsp; Frankston and Surrounding &nbsp; Districts that he is prepared to un- dertake Furniture Repairs and Re- &nbsp; Upholstering. Orders promptly at- tended to. Address - Park St - Frankston Wanted to Buy Pine Trees Blue Gum Stringy Bark Best Prices. Cash...
The Bowling Green Site Commencement of Foreshore Beautification [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
The Bowling Green Site Commencement of Foreshore Beautification When the Shire Council granted the application of the Frankston Bowling Club for the site near the tennis courts on the foreshore re- serve as a bowling green, it did so after mature consideration. Prior to giving their decision councillors inspected the area asked for so as to be quite sure of their facts. The council granted the site on the 3rd February, and two weeks later con- firmed its decision by an over- whelming majority. The Bowling Club freely advertised its intention to apply for the site in question, and when inviting the people to attend a public meeting to discuss the question, Mr Milner Macmaster, the hon. secretary, wrote to the "Standard"' urging a large attend- ance. He said inter alia, — "The question of site is to be dealt with. The sub committee strongly re- commends the piece of land adjoin- ing the tennis courts. To that they are told there is an objection in some quarters. What I would ask on th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 25 February 1921
Established 1883 G. F. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers &nbsp; Playne Street, Frankston &nbsp; &nbsp; Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, February 26th Edith Day -- Children Not Wanted. THE Picture of the Year !!! Supporting Programme includes Zazu Pitts & Florence Vidor in Poor Relations Quality Correct Weights Courteous Service On these three &nbsp; &nbsp; planks we have built up this well known Meat Busi- &nbsp; &nbsp; ness. Our low &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; prices are only possible because we purchase in large quantltles and are satisfied to take only a reasonable profit. W. CLARKE BUTCHER - Young Street FRANKSTON &nbsp; FAMILIES WAITED ON FOR ORDERS. SMALL GOODS SUPPLIED LYLE'S &nbsp; HAVE a fine Assortment of No velties to select from for Boys & Girls, and the Prices are Righ...
"As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts [?] the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 March 1921
"As You Lik i slt" I Newsy Notes from All Part' the Peninsula The Newmarket Handicap meeting will take place at Caulfield next Saturday. In the Essendon Stakes, King of the Sea, part owned by Mr. Henry JMasterton, of Frankston, has Dst. 31bs., thei same weight as'Euryth mic, Greenstead, Cetigne, Sir Ibex, Paratoo, Star Comedian, and Amazo nia, and, even against Eurythmic, i.e has a rosy chance of scoring in the £1500 event. King of the Sea, with 8.5., is next to the top weight, \Milo lieme, in the £3000 event, the Austra lian Cup, to be decided next Tuesday. At the Victorian Athletic Chanu pionships on Saturday last, the' half mile championship was won by Paul J, Carroll, who competed unsuccess fully at the last Frankston sports. The standard time, 2 mins. I sees., was not recorded, Carroll taking 2.41 to cover the distance. XV. T. Trebilco, the Keysborough champion, who won "The Standard" trophy on New Year's Day, ran into third place, being sec ond to the East Melbourne champion, ...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 March 1921
To the- Editor. Dear; Sir.?-Many : people , would be pleased' to see. in your last issue .that you; drew.. attention to, the, imisleadintg namo..of. the roadswhich runs east: from Seaford-"Carrum Vale Road"-and the necessity' of finding' a more" appro pri te.name. This road. is alsq the Carinm :Downso road,. and both, places arc .in.: the _Frmnkston shire, and. the Downs mail goes via Frankston. Both names are' obselete, and if the name of Caorrim Downs were changed. then the road. would; follow. Anyone who knows the rich agricultural and dairy ing land on the Downs, which com mands' a beautiful vieiv of the "bay from the heads to the city, must see that it has a great future when the main roads are completed, and .I would respectfully suggest that you ask for names to be submitted. As it is the home- of the. black wattle, our most profitable acacia, "Acacia" may he sfit able; but tILere should be one simpl name for road,. post office and district -Yours, etc., S. 'FORBES.
"Beautiful Frankston" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 March 1921
"Beautiful raiankston" SThe picture night on Wednesday last at the. Mechanics' Hall, Frank eton, was an unqualified success, the. attendance being exceptionally large and enthuelastio. Although there wore plicturoesetarring W. S Hart and Dorothy Dalton, the. local pic ture, "Beautiful Frankston,"' attrac ted the most inutrestt ; The bl'oating scenes on the Kananook near the Mile Bridge were indeed.a revelation, and the, Mediterranean .of the Southerni Hemisphere. Davey's Bay, .was ilso good; . Anongst other :beauty'spots featured were Bay Streot:and Brody:& Isoun's -market, .-Melbouirne Road and the. Honor Avenue, the-Foreshore and Tennis'Cburis: and'the:Pler,"the *amous Nolan'Street. oak tree, lilorn ington Road and' The Fernery, Oliv er's Hill and the' entrance to'Grace .Hill A short article of'appr'eciati6n will appear next issue It was inten ded'tn show the plcture in which the Frankeston State School.echolaus will be' featired-next - Vednesday night, but as Mr Barrott c...
Langwarrin Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 March 1921
o IAngwarrin Notes The Methodist Church Harvest r Thainkagving aervice were held on Sunday 27th. Mr -Kemp conducted both the afternoon and evening ser vices. On the Monday e?ening fol lowing the sale'of gifts took place and realised nearly twelve pounds. | Petition for severande from Crau bourne Shire has tieen lodged and now awaits consideration from the. Minister and the Shire Councile inte-. rested. Cranbourne Council are op posing. * The movement to have the Red Cross Hall at'the Military reserve re tained for the use of residents in ad joining districts would most likely have succeeded had residents more readily supported the elforts of the few who were striving for this object. As it Is the prospects of having this flne hall left hero are none too good and unless something definite is ar ranged quickly the hall will be remo ved to Janefleld. This building with 74 seats could have been purchased for less than one quarter of cost and, It will be a misfortune to all those distric...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 4 March 1921
Gibbons & Tyree, (LATE AI , General Storekeepers Wine and Spirit Merchants, SOmERVILLE, We Carry Large stocks Drapery, Groceries, Hard- ware Boots & Shoes, Bran Chaff, Pollard,& all other Cereals. Local Agents for Cuming Smith and Co.'s Manures. Law, Somner & Co.'s Seeds. Manchester Fire Insurance Co, Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailor Made Suits a Speciality. THE FRANKSTON COLLEGE &nbsp; Held in the Church of England School Buildings. SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS' Thorough grounding guaranteed. Reduction made in the case of two or more from one family, [Fees-2 to 4½ Guineas. New Term &nbsp; &nbsp; New Term commences-February 1st EVENING CLASSES. Shorthand and Typewriting--Monday and Wednesday,. 7.30 tb 9.30 Book Keeping-Tuesday and-Thurs day, 7.30 to 9.30 Fees-3 Guineas' per term. Coaching during Holidays by special arrangement. Parents and Visitors may at any time see pupils at their work Principal may be seen at the...