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"DECENT CHAPS" COUNCIL HELPS SEAFORD CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
"DECENT CHAPS" COUNCIL HELPS SEAFORD CRICKET CLUB Seaford Cricket Club was granted the use of Seaford Re serve and. dressing rooms for the forthcoming cricket season, at the last .Frankston Council meeting, but there was considerable dis cussion before. the club's further request that the Council purchase matting, to be paid off by. the club at ,a weekly hire rate,..was giranted. Cr." Coates m:oved that the' re quest be. granited, and referred with pride to the Seaford Cricket Club's meritorious 'feat in'- win ning the double premiership last season.. Cr. Klauer seconded the. motion and ,said the Seaford cricketers were _.a.decent, lot of chaps, who did: quite allot of important work on the'ground.. - :- . i Cr.: Rearddn.: opposed the motion on account of policy and principle involved. Ratepayers' money, he said, was not collect ed.£ox *,t-?htpui-pose,. and--fhLW gtl of- this request would entitle any other body to make similar . requests to the -Council. The Club could approach any...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
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NOTED FURNISHING FIRM FOR BAY STREET "CONTINENTAL CAFE" BUSINESS SOLD TO "P.P.L." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
NOTED FURNISHING FIRM FOR BAY STREET "CONTINENTAL CAFE" BUSI NESS SOLD TO "P.P.L.". A mild sensation was caused in Frankston this week when it was learned that the prominent and old-established Continental Cafe &nbsp; business, in Bay Street, has been sold to the noted chain store fur nishing emporium of Paterson's Pty. Ltd. The firm will establish a modern P.P.L. Branch there next month. Mr. F. S., Boulter, proprietor of "Continental Cafe," informed "The. Standard" that he had de cided to retire from business, after 21 years in Frankstor, and that negotiations for the sale of the business to Paterson's Pty. Ltd. had been completed. Pater son's, he said, will take over the "Continental" in September. &nbsp;
The Standard ABOUT PEOPLE WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
~;'' IF; ruuunuýuuuu uinunut~w twunnnntutnuuunttuututnw u uuuw.......... u ABOUT n PEO PLE iWEDDINGI I I 1 i1li1 ABOUT PEOPLEIWEDDING 'Mesdames A. "Tucker and" K. Watson are due home in Frank ston this week, after a month's holiday in Queensland. Mr. "C. Apthorpe; 1 Yuille St:, Fiankstdn, will'leave on Tuesday .n a 'two weeks' business' trip to Adelaide.':-. Surgeon-Rear` Admiral l-W J. Carr and Mrs. Carr, "Pear Trees," Oliver's Hill, ,Frank-ton, 'have -is sued invitations to a Buffet Din ner, at. the Hotel. Windsor, on •he evening of: August 25th. Members of "Davey's.Bay Yacht Club will hold. a Crews' Dinner" ?t the Grand Hotel, Frankston,, on Friday, 16th September. i Cr. T. E. Grice is. honorary secre-. try. Mr. Isaac, M.L.C., will address Frankston councillors. at .their. iext meeting, :August 26, regard-. ing . a propoed extensive .tree 'lanting scheme in Frankston Shire. Mr. F. W. Tetley, 100 Warri gal Road, Surrey. Hills, and a iormer well-known Frankston resident, was ini Fr...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
ENGAGEMENT ABRAHAM—LIERICH youngest daughter Abraham, of Coburg, and Abraham, to est son of Mr. ron Lierich, Frankston. DEATH WILSON.—On Leslie. We will always —Inserted by WILSON.—On Frankston, "Urella," ston, loved father of "George'' of BEREAVEMENT TWINING.—The &nbsp; &nbsp; late Mrs. Thank all friends for floral tributes pressions of
YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
YOUNGER SET . The Younger Set special appeal to further the candidature of Miss June Osterlund, its entrant in the "Miss Australia" contest, &nbsp; benefitted to the extent of £11 1/6, as a result of collection-boxes at the big football match last Saturday. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Donations will be gratefully re- ceived at 50 Playne Street, Frankston. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
EUROPEAN JOURNEY AMONG WINES AND SHIPS IN SOUTHERN FRANCE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 18 August 1949
(By Nina Bick) AMONG . WINES AND SHIPS IN SOUTHERN FRANCE When boarding the early train for Bordeaux,. a porter in blue jeans rushed uprto carry my lug gage, with which I was. strug gling .through the crowd. He told the story that years ago he had gone from Noumea, the French colony off the eastern coast, to Sydney, but now he was starving in Paris with his wife and eight children. It all sounded a con vincing story till I tipped him, whereupon he shrieked the sta tion down, protesting the few hundred francs I had given him were insufficient - but he didn't, get any-.more, for then'the-star tionmaster intervened. The porter had lived in Paris all his life. The train was packed with Par isians going south to spend their summer vasations at Biarritz the French Riviera on the Atlan tic seaboard. I squatted on my luggage in the corridor, but it wasn't long before the conduc tor showed me an empty seat. The other seven people in my compartment were a French mother, and her 13-year-old so...
BIRTHDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
BIRTHDAYS. Aug. 25: Louise Thompson, Frankston. Aug 26: Patricia Allen, Mordi alloc. Robert Edgar, Mentone. Aug. 27: Howard Fegent, Franks ton. Aug. 27: Robert Bilsborough, Frankston. Aug. 29: Violet Dernis, Mordial loc. Aug. 30: Jennifer Schafer, Frankston. Aug. 31: Peter Corboy, Mentone. Aug. 31: Ralph Beincourt; Park dale.
The Standard children's club [?]oys, [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
chi ldren s club of s That Conies Next ?':was" Vada ,Genge, ."of. _rankston, to ig Whidna on ingls MO hope you find it as excit romises, Valda. Stold that liargot VWoolley ad: ad = ismall par`y for her ninth Aug? st Margot was given sometl;ing .she's, been longing for birthday cake. l, of Pakdale, is tb stay with Margotrfo ,a week during the hias, of reminds me to wish all the girls and .'boys ;of our club whch. As read this, some of. :biill shave a:lready begun le others will still be able to look forvward .to a lovily holiday. RUTH
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
terms 9A 3D I A Ut SIIICE SIDNEY 6A ot of cattle, we say a herd of cattle. Do group terms? Here we have 1"0 different, ral of these subjects were in a group, e term for them? See if you can fit the crossword, and send your. effort to Ruth, ers Pty. Ltd. REN'S. CLUB I - the "Newe" Children's Club. . ....................... ... Rt Omce Chel 'ueth, "·····.; "·'·``·····.· ten.··'··am,, ·~ ' ma-m -mi:mm · -- _ ----. i, unmuaay, August 25, 1949.-PAGE 11. COLW?OOD MOTOR HOE 1. CULTIVATES BETWEEN 10" ROWS 2. FITTED WITH. TINES AND CULTIVATORS 3. MECHANISES YOUR HAND MOWER £98/10/6 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: ROTARY HOE ROTARY SCYTHE HILLERS, ETC. PLOUGH For Particulars, contact: Dysonis Peninsula Motors PI YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON Telephone: F'ston 588 - 466 PRESS-O CLEAN Dyers and Dry Cleaners 160 HAMPTON STREET, HAMPTON Also iat SANDRINGTHAM. . -Phone: XW2439 nnnoooononnooDDD000000DDODnDnnnRnnnnnnn9nDnnnnnn1 BRICKLAYER MOKY CHIMNEYS REMIEEIED Fireplaces Modernised,. Septic 'Tanks. Garages, Garde...
ALLEGED HOUSE BREAKING YOUNG MAN SENT FOR TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
ALLEGED HOUSE BREAKING Y'OtNG .MAX. SIENT FOR TRIAL Geoffrey Gordon Gould, 24 years-old laborer, of Cranbourne, was committed for trial at Frank ston Court on Tuesday, when charged with breaking and enter ing the house of John Frederick Howes, farmer, Cranbourne Road, Cranbourne, on August 17, 'and stealing seven bottles of beer and clothing, valued at £1S in all. Evidence was given that most of the property was in a room which had no door. Senior Detective Coady and De tective Lambourn, of Frankston police, gave evidence of appire hending accused and of finding oroperty in a suitcase under his bed. It was stated in evidence that Gould had admitted the offence. Bail of £50 was allowed, with like surety. , The only portion of the property not recovered was the beer, which accused told the detectives he bad drunk.
EDUCATION WEEK GREAT INTEREST AT BAXTER SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
EDUCATION WEEK GIl EAT' 1NTERIEST AT 1ilXTEI; -SCHOOIL A. gathering of I0 Ipeoplle at tended Education Week activitie: at the Baxter School last Thurs day afternoon. The visitors included AMr. anm Mrs. Akeroyd (Mrs. Akeroyd was at one time head teacher at flax ter), Mrs. Daryl Lindsay, and Dr and Mrs. Wallane Marshall. The programnunie openled wit] the singing by the children of th( National Anthem. The presideni of the School Committee (Mr. )] .Jamnieson) welcomed the visitors and Mr. Evans (head teacher) ad. dressed tihe gathering, his subject being "The Time of Education.' He also joined the school Iresident iln welcoming the visitors, and ex pressed the wish that Mrs. Ake royd would enjoy her return tc the school that afternoon. The head teacher invited the people to see the handwork and art, work of the pupils. and later to witness a demonstration of )hysical education and games. The AMothers' Club served after n1ooni tea. Each visitor received a sodivenir programmnle, printed ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
-,HQT. .,BUNS AND :BUN iLOAVES Available Every. Afternoon at - l:DAVES'. FRANKSTON BARERY aRS:I .L SNf1UERl PRANKSTON v. CASMBERWEITI "A" Grade; at" Camberwell. S. Peterson (F.). 90 lost to Towler. 110: K. Davies (F. dci. McKellar 76. J. Morris (F.) 115 d. Stephens 100. N. Ellery (F.) 125 d. Brnwn 91. Totals:- .Frankston 457 .d; .Cam herwell 367. "B" Grade, at Frankston H. Zenner (F.) 87 lost to Bar rett 94. L. Simnson (F.) 116 d. Tre gaskis. 101.: . G. Hill (F.) 116 lost, to Bates 142. - 'C. McKenzie (F;.) 126 d; : tote" 51. Totnls: Frankston 445 d. Cam,. berwell 388.:.
Troublesome Programme [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
Troublesome Programme My - attention has been directed by:: "Good Taste" (Alphington) to a 'certain pro gramme on, a cer 'an station round about' dinner-time. :The,. writer -complains of severe attacks :of indegestion and tooth- J ache asp a =result of listeling to the: programme in ques~iol.' Yes. ;'Good Traste," I'll bend an ear to the :programme. But why wish:" such '.:.ani :indigestion and tooth-ache causinig programme on T 'p me ? ; ..In the, m eantinme ma'am may I give you a little advice ? Do not 1 listen to: the: offending -show. I'll inspect.the rseat of the "trouble" R late: .on.- . Cop3Tlglht All rights reserved.
WATER TANKS BOILED FIREMEN HELPLESS AT HOUSE BLAZE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949
WATER TANKS BOILED rIRIMI N IllEL ESS .T HOUSIE i1WAZE Called to -a fire at the corner of- Dandendng and Seaford Rds., at 9 o'clock on Friday night, Frankston Fire Brigade ilmembers were forced to remaitn inactive and watch . a. four-roonmed weathler board house burn to the grotund, because the -only water on the property was in two tanks, which were boiling and surrounded by flames, when the Brigade arrived on the scene. S.The,-house and contents were totally destroyed. The occupier was Mr. Brand.