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TYABB CRICKET CLUB. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
TYABB CRICKET CLUB. (To the Editor.) Sir,-Some person who hides his or her identity under the nom-de-plume Fair Play tries to ridicule me in your columns last week. He said, from conversations he had with various players, he gathered from them that it was Mr Noble's idea (meaning my self) that a dinner to opast and present players should 'be held, but it was to be financed by the members them selves. Fair Play, however, has been somewhat misinformed because one was not the originator of the idea of holding the suggested dinner, but the writer certainly fell in with the ; pro posal, which I considered was an ex cellent way to celebrate our cricket ers winning the premiership. Kriow ing the local cricket finances were low, a group of players had agreed to finance the dinner themselves, which seemed the right and proper thing to do. However, Fair Play says that in cases such as this it is the usual cus tom for the president to "turn on" the dinner, and not for the members 4, of the tea...
FIRE BRIGADE ENTERTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
FIRE BRIGADE ENTERTAINS. The ladies' committee of the Frank ston Fire Brigade were hostesses to Chelsea firemen and ladies at a social on Thursday, May 25, when dancing and games were a popular amusement. Farm yard imitations and lightning chalk sketches by Mr. Fred Hanton were received with acclamation. Captain Petrie andt' Mrs. Benson (president) welcomed the guests and spoke of the bonds of friendship existing in the service. Captain Hopkins and Mrs. Evans (president) of the Chelsea Brigade, in response, thanked the Frankston members for their hospitality.
FRANKSTON COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
FRANKSTON COURT At the Frankston Court on Friday, before Messrs. Miles and Bell (chair man) J's.P., Kenneth Young, of Lorne street, East Prahran, railway em ployee, was fined 10/- for having used indecent language on May 20. DRIVERS FINED. Alexander McKerron, of Dandenong road, Oakleigh, was fined £3 for driv ing a motor cycle along Point Nepean road at a speed dangerous to the pub lic. Police stated that defendant's speed was 55 miles an hour in heavy traffllic. When they questioned him. he had replied that the was "having a. lash" at another bike. Roy Jenkins, of Spring road, Slpringvale, was fined £2 for riding a motor cycle at a speed dangerous 'to' the public, and £1 for having an in effective silencer on the machine orl the same date.
The King Steps Out [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
The King Steps Out oOo We live in an age of historical wonders. The children of tomorrow will learn from their history books the news we read in our morning papers as the events of the day. Last week a King of England crossed the ocean and visited one of his dominions. Thus for the first time in the long history of the British Empire the people of a dominion across the sea were given the opportunity of greeting the First Member of its respected Royal Family. No matter what the station in life, no matter what creed or political belief, millions of subjects throughout the world feel proud in the know ledge that, with monarchs being dethroned all around, affection and loyalty to the Monarch of the Empire is still manifest in every dominion. If by some unforeseen circumstance of the future England decided against the system of a limited monarchy, the British Empire would disintegrate quickly. The King of England is the Empire personified. Long May He Reign.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
NEW MENTONUE Cehone - PARAMOUNT, MORDIALLOC oZdil Three Changes Weekly. SATURDAY AND MONDAY Olivia De Havilland and Dick Powell Hard To Get Also The .Dionne Quintuplets Five of a Kind Both Pictures For General Exhibition. MATINEE SATURDAY, 2.30 p.m. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Donald O'Connor and Billy Cooke Tom Sawyer, Detective For General Exhibition. Also Edna Best and Ralph Richardson South Riding (Not suitable for general exhibition) THURSDAY and FRIDAY Michael Whalen and Lynne Bari Pardon Our Nerve Also Joy Hodges and William Gargan Personal Secretary (Both films not suitable for general exhibition) CAR PARK, WITH ATTENDANT, FREE. COMING SATURDAY AND MONDAY, Sonia Henie and Richard Greene My Lucky Star Suitable for General Exhibition. Also Lew Ayres and Lynne Carver Young Dr. Kildare Not Suitable for General Exhibition. PLAZA Chelsea's New Theatre (OPPOSITE STATION) ALL FEATURE PROGRAMMII Complete Change of Programme 3 Times Weekly. NEW SOUND SCREEN. SNOW WHITE and. THE SEVEN, DWARF...
ACCIDENT SEQUEL £5 FINE FOR DRIVING DANGEROUSLY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
ACCIDENT SEQUEL £5 FINE FOR DRIVING DANGEROUSLY A. sequel to .a motor car acci dent at Edithvale came before Mr McLean, P.M., at the Chelsea Court on Monday, when - John Godfrey Fisher Rogerson, driver, of Hastings road. Frankston, was "charged. with having driven in a manner dangerous to the public -on April 11.' On oath, Virgil Arthur Norris, gar age proprietor, of Union street, As cot Vale, said he was driving at about 35 'miles an hour near Edithvale on April 11. Near Bristol avenue he was approaching a car proceeding from the opposite direction when a van swung out attempting to pass the on-coming car and struck his car, which travelled across the road and overturned. Cross-examined, Norris admitted thit his headlights were not on. He said he was driving with his two parking lights burning. It was. not dark at the time, he said. (Norris .de nied that he was driving his car part ly in the centre traffic lane. James Dennis Neville, manager, Queen street,- Melbourne,-- told =-the ...
OBITUARY Mr. D. F. COLE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
OBITUARY ---0 -_ -, Mr. D. F. COLE. Mr. Daniel Fenton Cole died at Frankston on May 29, in his 80th year. Mr. Cole had a brilliant career at Geelong Grammar School and the Melbourne University. He was form erly a prominent oarsman and walk er. For many years the late Mr. Cole was shire engineer at Colac, and also at Heytesbury, and for several years practised his profes sion in South Africa. He was cousin of the late R. H. Cole, former city coroner. In 1888 he married the daughter of the late Mr. P. C. Wilson, who was shire secretary of Colac. 'Mr. F. W. Cole, of Frankston, is the eldest surviving son.
TABLE TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
TABLE TENNISi ^-0 Results of Tuesday's matches were: A GRADE. Diggers 2 d. C. of England 2. C. of'England 1 4. Diggers 1. B GRADE. Fire Brigade d. C. of England 3. . Militia d. M.U.I.O.O.F. C. of Eng. 4 d. Children's Hostel. Thie A and B handicap tournaments will be held at the end of the first round.
PROFESSIONAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
PROFESSIONAL CLUB. The Frankston Professional Cycle Club conducted a twelve miles race in Saturday. Results: R. Worthy (36 mins. 10 secs. 1. G. Prosser (33 mins. 30 secs.) 2. T. Matthews (33 mins. 25 secs.) 3. Fastest time: A. Matthews (30 mins. 50 secs. ) Worthy is the veteran rider of the club. In a time test for the junior champioship of Victoria, T. Matthews covered the five miles in 14 minutes 10 seconds.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
Tomorrow's G'ames j A GRADE. SEAFORD v. SOMERVILLE. HASTINGS v. NAVAL DEPOT. FRANKSTON v. MORNINGTON. Sorrento, bye. B GRADE. BALNARRING Y. RED HILL. NAVAL DEPOT v. HASTINGS. DROMANA v. ROSEBUD. BAXTER v. PEARCEDALE. i The Score Board A GRADE. - FI1ANKSTON 13.12 d. SOMERVILLE 10.17. SMORNINGTON 12.13 d. NAVAL DEPOT 10.14. SORRENTO 21.11 d. HASTINGS-TYABB '12.6. 1 B GRADE. NAVAL DEPOT 15.8 d. FRANK STON 13.11. i ROSEBUD 20.21 d. BAXTER' 10.17. RED HILL 13.16 d. DROMANA 13. 14. BALNARRING 16.28 d. HASTINGS-TYABB 5.0: + ·.-·I··-I ···-··-H-C· PLAZA THEATRE FRANKSTD Phone Frankston 407. SCREENINGS NIGHTLY ---- THREE CHANGES A FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 2 and 3. Spawn of the North A thrilling tale of gallant adventure starring G Raft and Dorothy Lamour Not Suitable for General Exhibition. Ann Gillis and Robert Kent in a delightful appea story of Girlhood r Little Orphan Annie Sultable for General Exhibltlon FOX GAZETTE Tuesday and Wednesday, June 6 and 7. The Popular Jones Family in a typi...
COMING OF AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
- OMING OF AGE. To mark the coming of age of Mr. Cecil Wilson, his many friends fore gathered at his home, "Paisley Park," Cranbourne road, last Saturday even ing and spent a very happy evening wivth games, dancing and singing. Mr. Erroll Cooper was master of ceremonies. Mr. Wilson was 'the re cipients. of many, useful a?ad delight ful, gifts. -
CYCLING FRANKSTON AMATEURS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
CYCLING FRANKSTON AMATEURS The usual fortnightly general meet ing was held on Tuesday. The presi dent (Mr C. Gray) occupied the chair, and there was a good attendance of members. Arrangements for the combined races with Chelsea club are almost completed. It was also decided to co operate with the Healing road racing programme. Two new riders were nominated as members. To encourage further the entry of new members it was decided to permit novices to ride in:two trial races before becoming financial) mem bers. Promises were received for trophies from Mr C. Amor and Mr A. H.= Tal bot, of the Plaza Theatre. Reports fromn the treasurer show a healthy improvement in the club's fin ances, thanks to the generosity of the Frankston supporters. The race tomorrow will 'be a 21 mile handicap, to Cranbourne and re turn, for a trophy donated by Mr T. Marshall, of the ;Marshall Drapery. The race will start at 3 p.m. from the Plaza Theatre. As members were leaving the meet ing a member of the Chels...
SPORTING HIGHLIGHT A Plain Braid Scot [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
PO RTING HIGHLIGHT oOo A Plain Braid Scot After a lapse of a couple of years we renewed acquaintance with Master Ian Ellis one damp night last week. When we last gazed upon the worried face of Master Ian he was a pure "lilywhite," and what he was doing to his brothers at that time was shameful. Outside the hempen square Ian behaved asa a dignified son of a Scottish laird, but once inside the ring he threw' his kilts to the winds and sailed into the foe like William Wallace at Stirling, and quickly 'became cock-of-the walk among amateur boxers. This seemed too easy. He wanted real, battle. so Ian decided to become a professional boxer. About twelve months ago, a brother Scot-Bert Malcolm-commenced picking the thistles out of Master Ian's socks, and putting an edge on his sword. He of the sober coun tenance responded willingly to the admonitions of the Clan Malcolm. He has certainly suffered a reverse or two, but his climb up the flstic ladder to the rung .where the big money is kept ...
HASTINGS-TYABB v. BALNARRING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
HLASTINGS-TYABB v. BALNARRING Hastings-Tyabb were at home to Balnarring on Saturday, but they did not prove much opposition to the far heavier and bigger team of the visitors, who scored rather an easy victory. The home team is to be commended for its sportsmanship, as they. play for the love of the game, and though beaten, they always come up smiling. However, they are not worried over their losses, but will surprise most of their other opponents in the future matches. The day was ideal for football, and there was a fair crowd present to witness the match, but although it was rather one-sided, we' trust all had an enjoyable afternoon's sport. The teams were.-Hastings-Tyabb: N. Francis (capt.), E. Vear, A. Lang holtz, A. Woolley, K. Barclay, A. Barclay, W. Carmichael, P. Goss, G. Connell, V. Bowen, A. Gibson, R. Mentiplay, T. Wilson, K. Edwards, A. Sheehey, H. Dyall, S. Smith, C. Floyd and L. Benton (19th man). Balnarring's team was: K. Peterson (capt.), J. Colyer, V. Callanan, F. K...
JUNIORS NOT DISGRACED. Exciting Match. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
JUNIORS NOT DISGRACED. Exciting Match. Frankston and Naval Depot Jun iors were two well-matched sides at Frankston on Saturday. Although not of very high standard, the foot ball was fast and interesting. Frank ston had difficulty in fielding a full side, and were late on the field. Osborne, playing his first season with Frankston, was one of the team's best. His judgment in the last quarter when Frankston were fighting desperately, was a telliig factor. With two or. three: of their best players elevated- to -the senior- divi sion, the local team was one of the weakest fielded this year. However, they played with such determination that the Depot won only by a small margin. Frankston's best quarter was the third, when they made up a six goals leeway in the latter part to lead by eight points. The Depot rallied and lead at the final change by about six points No effort was spared by the home side to make up the leeway, and the scores were levelled half-way through the final term. The ...
"CIRCUS DAYS." At Carrum Downs. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
"CIRCUS DAYS." At Carrum Downs. On May 18, the Carrum Downs Concert Club, under the direction of Mr. Noel Hunt, presented the musi cal comedy, "Circus Days," in which Toby, the young owner of the 6circus (Mr. S. Hadwin), who is engaged to Sally. (Miss M. Hendricksen) and whose father (Mr. J: Broderick) a banker, holds a mortgage on the cir cus. . Comedy is snipulied by a widow (Mrs. N. Hunt), who is in love with the banker, and her severe spinster sister (Mrs. D. Strahan) and not for getting the widow's small spoilt son \Villy (Mr. A. Clifton). Toby has two great helpers in Inky Snow (Mr. A. Bawden), and Dinky Moore (Mr. E. Mlartin), who greatly help in the fun. The chorus of villagers, circus at tendants, colleens and gosoons in the bright costumes gave "Circus Days" a spectacular effect. The play was Iresented before one of the largest audiences that has attended Carrum Downs Hall. The Concert Club is to be highly commended for the work it put into these shows, and the financial h...
HITLER, THE JEWS & BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
HITLER, THE .JEWS & BRITAIN. , Mr. Thomras N. Faster, who recent ly retu'ned from a two years' jour ney abrp.ad, is to lecture in Frank ston on Wednesday. His subject, "Hitler, the Jews and the British Empire," should be of great interest in the. light of present world events. Mr. Foster, who also visited Ger many some years ago, will show the events in that country in the light of the Biblical prophecies. During this last visit, the lecturer spent 12 months at the British-Israel College in Harrow Weald, England, - and then lectured throughout Great Britain, Canada' and New Zealand en route to Australia. The lecture, tas advertised else whet e in these columns, is free, and the chairman w ill - be Cr. George IKeast.. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 2 June 1939
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