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Council's Meeting Place The President Arranges Extension of Armistice [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

Council's Meetig. Place The President Arranges Extension f Ar~niitice " At the monthly mooting . of the Shire Council, hold on the 3rd lost., the business of the day had boon 'al most completed when Cr Jones re )forred to thie arrangement that had boon'made with the Minister of Pub lic Works tohold meetings ai teornately at Friankstoa and Somervillo for six mouths. Cr\Jones explaileed that the armistice expired tLhnt day,' anod noth Ing-hal been done to arrange for the future Personally he still held-the opinion that the meetings should boe .hold at a contral place. It a contral place could not be decided on he did not see why the meetings should not be hold at Sonford, Frankston, Host Inge and Somervillo in rotation.; Cr Ontes--Hastings has llad its 12 months. Cr Jones-Not since I have been in the Council. Cr Wells said Ct Jones had been well treated at Frankston and did not like to say so. Cr Oates-This is only n- temporary arrangement.. We maintain that-the .mootings have: beon p...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Prize List [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

PriZe List EXIHIBITORS. -e sure and read Rules aridRegulats2 E. . ntrance.Fees, in order to avoid errors. .'? t~~ - Class A-FRUIT. Stevwie lt-!essrs. J. J. Firth, C. E. Shepherd, sen., T. Morrison and H..OTcerton. OPEN COMPETITION. APPLES--(bMust be grown by Exhibitor). 1-C6blection of six varieties, ripe and unripe, four of each. First, 10s.; second, 5s. - 2-Collection of tsehire varieties, ripe and unri1ie;.four of each. First, 60lb. Vallo arsenate of lead, value £2 10s.; second, 7s. 6d. Is. entry. 8-Collection of eighteen varieties, ripe and unripe, four of each. First, £1; second, 10s.; third, Is. . 4-Collection of four varieties, in dessert condition, four of each. First, 10s.; second, 5s. & -Four variettes'of Cooking Apples; four'of each. First, 7s. 6d.; second, 2s. 6d. 6-Collection of three varieties of Apples, suitable for export, four of each. First, 10s.; second, 5s. . 7--Collection of six varieties of Apples, suitable for export, four of each. First, 15s.; second,...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

Gibbons & syree. General Storek eepe rs, Wine and -Spirit Merchants,?; :. SOJIEAR VILLE, We Carry Large stocks Drapery, Groceries, Hard ware Boots & Shoes, Bran Chaff, Pollard, & all other `Cereals. S.Local Agents for Cuming Smith and Co 'sMannures. Law, Soanner & Co.'s Seeds. MIlanchester Fire hlTuranco Co. Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailor Made Suits a Speciality. Ctl) 1raunkstou :College Held in the Church of Englanud School Buildings.. SCHOOL-FOR BOYS AND GIRLS" Thorough grounding guarantooeed. ReduTction made in the case bof two or more from one family, LFees-2 to 4l Guineas. N New Term., New Term common:es-February 1st -EVENING CLASSES. Shorthand and Typewriting-Monday and Wednesday, 7.30 to 9.30 Book. Keeping-Tuesday and Thurs day, 7.30 to 9.30 Fees-3 Guineas per term. Colching 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 appoi...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Frankston's Beauty Spots APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

Frankston's Beauty Spots APPRECIATION.   The moving picture; depicting the finest scenes -and beauty spots of the Frankston district, screened Ibere some days/ ago, demonstrated two significanti facts-the .desirability of advertising .Frankston as' a. seaside and holiday resort throughout. the State, and the' indisputable niecessity for .securilrg at no distant date en lirgentent and inmprovement to the Mechanics' Institute 'to.- make it worthy of the district. ,,It is. badly ventilated, and totally inadequate for the 'requirements. of the district, which is growinggradually butt in mistakably. ,-' ' - = _: As to tle first -fact, some of the scenes presented in -the pictures were distinctly a- revelation to even many local residents, who. are apt to 0be come through long residence un conscious of the natural beauty that surrounds- their daily lives. Adver tising has become a ?necessity of modern times, and a seaside resort may be justly regarded in the same light as a d...

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The Cowes Public Hall Mr McLardy Elected to the Presidential Chair [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

The Cowes Public Hall   Mr McLardy Elected to the Presidential Chair A public meeting was held last week at Cowes, Phillip Island, in the Cowes Hall to consider the question of placing the ownership of the Hall on a sounder basis. It appears the title of the land had originally been invested in three trustees and regis- tered in their names. The trustees died some time ago, and no provision had been made for transferrance. In fact, the matter had been allowed to drift. Unfortunately, though no one could or would oppose the title, it might cost rather much money to ap- ply to the Supreme Court or to ob- tin an Order-in-Council. However, the matter was left in the hands of the following newly-elected commit- tee :-- President, Mr McLa ý'y, 0 ;2   Committee. Dr W Stockton es, Rev. P. Robinson. Messrs Prior and McKenzie ; Treasurer, Mr D Robb; Librarian, Mr. Hatfleld. The battle cruiser, "Australia" arrived in Westernport last Monday and took up her anchorage i...

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Bad Mannerisms Criticised To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

Bad Mannerisms Criticised To the Editor. Sir, —I would like to express my digust at the criticism by one young person at the concert held in the In- stitute, Somerville, on Saturday last. This concert was held in aid of a new curtain, and all the artists gave their services free. During the whole per- formance this heartless criticism went on in the hearing of some of the relatives of the performers, Thi per- son, apparently, has not even been educated in common decent manners. We have amongst us two beautiful talented young singers, Miss Vinees and Miss Doris Unthank; "Digger''           Nairu, a finished violinist and elocu- tionist ; and accomplished musicians like Miss Overton and Mrs Harry Grant. These ladies and gentlemen— and many others not inentioned —are always ready to assist at all chari- table entertainments, and their efforts are always pleasing and appreciated, but some of them feel very sore to think th...

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Langwarrin and Severance [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

Langwarrin and Severance A correspondent writes :— There was a very fair attendance at the Recreation Hall, Langwarrin, on Saturday, the 26th ult, to hear the views of the Canbourne. Shire Coun- cil gainst severing a portion of the Tooradin Riding and connecting it with Frankston. The matter was considered of such vital importance that the President of the Cranbourne Shire called a public meeting. Cr Berry presided, the principal speaker being Cr Hill, who gave a lucid and interesting address. His facts were       well marshalled and his address must have proved very convincing, as there was very little interjection, and at the close of the meeting, he was acc- orded a hearty vote of thanks. Several questions were asked by Messrs Griffiths,. Dicker and Archi- bald, relating to the unfair taxation of local residents, the fallacy of un improved land valuation, license for stock on roads, noxious weeds, &c. The meeting was satisfactory for...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Cowan's Employes' Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

Cowan's Employes' Picnic On Saturday last, midst alternate   showers and sunshine, the employees of Alex Cowan & Sons Pty Ltd, the printer's supplyand paper merch-   ants, held their aunual country out- ing at the Frankston Park. Although a special train was run from Flinders Street, the attendance was not large. The official luncheon was held in the Pavilion, the caterer being Mr Grant, of Melbourne. Two toasts only were honored — "The King" and "'The Firm.'" During the afternoon vari- ous sports for young and old of both sexes and a cricket match between the factory and engineering employes and the warehouse took place, whilst a great many had the temerity to take a plunge in the briny. After tea had been served, dancing, songs, etc, completed the day's outing. The picnic was conducted under the gui- dance of Messra G. Beech, P. Voss, G. Howden, H. Adlam, F. Long, H. Green. D. O'Halloran, R. Kerr, W. Woodington, W. Smith, W. Dunkin, and Misses Far...

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"As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

I I. "As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula   King of the Sea, the Frankston part owned horse, is evidently not quite himself just at present. Last   Saturday, ridden by W. Foulsham, he ran fourth in the Essendon Stakes (won by Eurythmic), but on Tues- day he could only manage to run in- to tenth place in the Australian up to The Rover, Democracy, clever   Jim and others. The chestnut car- ried 8.5, and started at 33 to 1. However if the gelding be sent to the Randwick (N.S.W.) meeting, he may be more improved before that time. In the Sydney Cup, King of the Sea has been, with Accrington, weighted at 8.4, Poitrel, the Mel- bourne Cup winner, being topweight with 10.9. King of the Sea may al- so sport Mr. Masterton's colors in the A.J.C Plate, Autumn Stakes, Dangar Handicap, City Handicap, and Cumberland Stakes. The gentlemanly little steeplechase jockey, Bert Price, is the son of D. J. Price, the Mordialloc trainer, who so...

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Impounded at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

Impounded at Frankston One red roan gelding, heavy medi- um draught, snip on nose, little white on off hind foot, no visible brands, unshod. ALSO one red roan mare, heavy medium draught, branded like B near shoulder, all black points, leather head stall on, unshod. ALSO one bay gelding, medium draught, white on off hind foot, branded like CP near shoulder, shod. All these horses were trucked to Frankston about a week ago.—O. Wells, Ranger.

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The Somerville Soldier's Memorial To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

The Somerville ,Soldier's Memorial .To the Editor. Sir,—The residents of Somerville are pleased that a committee has been formed at last to collect funds to wards the erection of a memorial stone in memory of our fallen heroes who have made the supreme sacrifice. But, personally, I regret the methods by which they propose to raise the necessary amount. To my way of   thinking, it is a sacred undertaking, and the idea of holding race meetings and entertainments to erect a tomb- stone—for surely it is nothing else— seems to cut out all sentiment. We have all admired Tyabb's lovely me- morial stone, which, I believe, was erected by voluntary subscriptions, so why cannot Somerville do the same ? Surely there is enough public spiri- ted residents of Somerville who would willingly give a little more than they could really afford to erect something worthy of those who gave their all that we might be free. What Somer- ville really wants is a leader...tor the last few years they...

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Somerville [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

Somerville The annual meeting of the Me- chanics Institute and Free Library was held on the 3rd inst., under the presidency of Mr S. S. Gault. The public, who were invited to the meeting, were conspicuous by their absence. This displays an unfor- tunate lack of interest by the   citizens what is virtually their own property ; and what makes the fact more regrettable is that our ex- perience in this regard, is not by any means singular. The secretary pre- sented a very encouraging report and balance sheet, which showed that a record year had been experienced, the total receipts from all sources being £294. Of this amount, £150 has been applied to the reduction of the debt on the building. £50 has been expended to instal the new lighting system, and credit balance in the maintenance fund of £39   carried forward to the current year. This is regarded by the committee as a highly satisfactory financial position. The election of officers resulted as follows -Pre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

COMMONWEALTH BANK of AUSTRALIA HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY           OPEN FOR ALL CLASSES OF General Banking Business In all Principal Cities and Towns of Australia and Rabaul (New Britain) London UK Savings Bank Department at all Branches and Savings Bank Agencies and Post Offices through-               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 £5,000.         JAMES KELL, Sir DENISON MILLER, K.C.M.G., Deputy Governor July 1st, 1920 Governor Stewarts & Lloyds (Australia) Ltd Grant and Dodds Streets     SOUTH MELBOURNE We Stock Wrought Iron PIpes and Fittings ...... Black, Galvanised and Steam Qualities .... ..... &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

Established 1883 G.E. ROGERS & SON,   (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Iron mongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, March 12th, 1921 Biggest Hits of the Day ! CONSTANCE - TALMADGE   in A Temperamental Wife Supporting Programme includes The late OLIVE THOMAS in Love's Prisoner   Try ARMSTRONG'S Station Store, Seaford FOR High Class Groceries, Tobacco Cigarettes, Confectionery and Soft Drinks, And compare our prices with leading stores in the city Motor Drives Arranged PLUMBER and all HOUSE REPAIRS H. B. LEGGE, Yuille Street, Frankston (24 Year's City Experience) Water Services Connected —Gas-Sewerage —Electric Bells Installed. "The Grange" DAIRY E. BARBER Successor to J.C. Murphy (Late A.I. F. 4 years) Special Milk for Infants and Invalids Phone— 55 Frankston Phone 1193 Windsor By Special Appointment to     &nbsp...

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The Shire Council The Usual Monthly Meeting at Somerville [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

The Shire Council The Usual Monthly Meeting at Somerville The ordinary monthly meeting of   the council of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings was held at Somer- ville on Thursday, 3rd inst. Present: Cr. W. P. Mason (pre sident), Crs. Oates, Wells, Murray. Longmuir, Griffeth, Unthank, Jones. Armstrong, Latham and Howell. Tenders. Construction of King's Bridge Hastings. —Two tenders received. The lowest, £740, was £100 above the estimate. Cr. Allen moved, and Cr. Jones seconded that the lowest tenderer he given option of reducing his price to £690, failing which fresh tenders be called.—Carried. Removal of timber front 3 chain road. No tender. Referred to en- gineer J. D. Grant offered £1/10/- per annum for renewal of lease of Hast- ings Park. —Accepted on the motion of Crs. Jones and Latham.. Allen offered to take up Wool-   grove's sanitary contract, provided   he received 6d per pan extra at ex piration of Woolgrove's time. —Ac- cepted on the...

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The Standard. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

The Standard     FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1921. Local and General News. We learn from our local P.M. (Mr Kinvig) that a receiving post office has been established at Mrs Pownell's store,Mile Bridge, and will   be open as from the 15th inst. Miss Gregory, of "Malunnah" Frankston, who has been holidaying in the Benalla district during the   past five weeks returned to her home last week. After a fortnight, spent at Lakes Entrance, Mrs Barclay, of Osborne     House, returned to Frankston early this month. Remember Tuesday 29th March Frankston's dance for the Vic. Royal Blind Institute.   At the annual meeting of the Frankston Mechanics' Institute held last Monday, Mr W.Wilson Young   was elected president for the ensuing year. The balance sheet and reports will be published next issue. The work of enlarging the main hall was ordered to be proceeded with at once in accordance with plans subm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 11 March 1921

A. T. WALTERS,   Baker, Pastrycook, and Caterer, BAY-ST, FRANKSTON     Trusts by strict attention to business to retain the splendid patronage accorded to Messrs Burton and Law Only the BEST Articles Supplied The wishes of Customers studied in every detail PICNIC PARTIES & SOCIALS CAREFULLY CATERED FOR.   Bread Delivered locally and in surrounding Districts Daily. Letters Promptly Attended   Boots and Shoes BELL BROS   (Successor to A. Sullivan) The Place to purchase high-class Foot- ware of any style required at the low- est price. We do not offer cheap foot- ware, but good footware cheap. Sand shoes for the beach at prices to suit all. Bring your repairs-we are rapid, neat and effective. Boots made to Order Terms Strictly Cash a speciality. Satisfaction Assured. Frankston Boot Emporium Bay Street, Frankston. --- Bell Bros, Proprietors. Come and Inspect the New PRODUCE HARDWARE   STOR...

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Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

RepatriationNOtes " Heturnd Soldiers are' inited .:, apply to this Committee for adlice before entertaining bs n-ss pro' posal- of any kind. Thosw Soliers and.. Dependenrr needing ar?.Ltance, .-n=tenance, &.. are hereby norifled that. by? pertouat application to any of the tihdersigned member- of committee, forma and arlice may be ?:ained':-Me.r s Oates (chairman); C Gra, C W. S. flartland, F. Johnson, W. P. Msso., T. J; McMaortrie, an-' E. Barrett. Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any racancyrsuitable for returned men. Persons haring Basineasee or Property, ec., to rell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earn; cstlyinvited to commnni " rartic lars to the Committee.. Awaiting Employment- 1 Grocer. E. BARRETT, Hon. nee, Repatrition, Frankr,.,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

When You Visit - SEAFORD Call at the POST OFFICE STORES, - Proprietor, Orders Called for and Delivered Furnished Houses to Le _ idt?rised News Afenit. Papers Delivered Daily. Bay Estate Opposite Station. Phone £, House Chsap for Cash WItbin very ?an7 reach of station, +a are offering a Fire- oomedohd' . cos..paratirely pew and In perfect irder, witt bath room, was ho" on.-e. elo?,otd range in back cerandab, two tanks," etac. for £600. There are two allustmets . rice tga den, and' the property is pleaar, tly I Two Cottages on Ieach which owrers are ellit.g at end of season. One only £:"0. '(le Vranksront 0oliege He-ld ln the Church of England School Buildings. SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Thorough grounding guaranteed. Reduction nlde in the case of two or more from one family, Fees-2 ro 43 Guineas. •.- New Term : New Term cornruen es--February 1st i EVENING CLA.SES. Shorthand ard Typewriting-Monday aenl Wedr?nela3:.7.30 to9.30 Book Keepimg-Tnesday and Thurs. day.'7.9) to 9.30 -. s-3 Gu...

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The Standard. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921

"" he tirot.arb ... FRIDAY, "MARiCH 18, 1921. Local and Generai News. See advt: re Segteh concert at FratksIton on Easte-r Monday night. They are all:going. Wher ?? To the benefit dance for the 'Blind Institution on Eaater Tuesday night, at Franlston..

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