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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
-SPECIALS FOR MEN SPORTS WEAR in the Newe t Stylds and Shades. ., Perfect cut. KING GEE OVERALLS, in K'hhki and Navy. Quality that will last, 5/11 and 8/11. All nir Men's Goods are Cheap and Good Quality. LADIES! Smart Ready-to-wear-Hats, Frocks and Coats. Prices Lower Than the City. All the Latest in Wools for Knitting. Be Cosy and sleep in good sheets and Onkaparinga Blankets. Marshall's Drapery Store Bay Street, Frankston BEATTIE'S DRAPERY STORE FRANKSTON HOUSE BUILDINGS Men's Football Knickers, black and white, from 2/6 pr. _-------- '-------=- ---- - iall we FORWARD YOUR EAT by TRAIN or MOTOR? Don't let distance or lack of time prevent you from enjoying the BEST MEAT. 'Phone or write your order and we'll send the meat,' ' exactly as you want it, suitably packed to insure safe arrival. Robinson & Marks BUTCHERS, BAY ST., FRANKSTON. Tel. 214. IImIIIIIIIIIIllU mil IIIINllUlllIIIg»llllUHl iIU , li I m:ii " `ey all come , ou'll find us ready with HOT DRINKS at you like-A cup...
R.V.I.B. DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
R.V.I.B. DONATIONS. Mrs J. B. Jolly, hon..secretary of the Frankston auxiliary of the Royal Vic torian Institute for the Blind, desires to acknowledge with grateful than?ks the receipt of the following additional donations in response to her personal appear to enable the auxiliary to re mit to the funds of the institute its allotted quota for the third, year in succession: Amount previously ac Inowledged, £18//-; Mrs A. H. Sar good £1/1/-, Mr M. V. Stevenson 10/6, Mrs Alan Taylor 10/6, Miss Mar wick 5/-.-Total, £20/15/-.
Replacing Sustenance Council To Put Scheme To Government [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
leplacing Sustenance Council To Put Scheme rr ..Toovernment After being discussed by two committees of the .council and ousing unprecedented interest in th Press (shown by a flood of ters indicating approval of the scheme), the"Shire of Frankston d Hastings council resolved at its last. meeting to inform the Gov nment that it was prepared to endeavor to absorb the labor in the lire if the Government would reasonably, subsidise .day labor costs, stead of the present scheme of employing men on sustenance. a discussion following the mo of Crs. Miles and Keast, that decision be adopted, and that the iler be asked to receive a depu on on the subject, Cr. Klauer ed that lie doubted if the scheme quite right. he government was not spending mlue derived from unemploy It relief tax in the right way, rly £2,000,000 was paid to the rnment in relief tax but only a was spent on the relief of un Flayed; £C5,555 was expended ,in administration of the tax. He sidered that the whole question one for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
FRANKSTON MOTOR GARAGE Ibourne Road, FRANKSTON lophones 101, 97. t tbli" led authorised General Ies1 'ealrs Clevrolet and Itllck >iors De.l ')oitons on tradl -insa " . I in Town. It will pay you pe O0 J. OLSEN. REFERENDUM PROPOSED Cabinet Making. French Polishing. Upholstering. ý ,. MASTER CRAFTSMEN (L. F. WILSON & B131(J.) corner of Young and .BIeach strte.ts (opposite railwav g'at :t) lxcellent recommendations from Prominent Residents. -Flying. Standard QUALITY CARS >..?"..Ž BRETT 24 PLAYNE ST., FRANKSTON onie 77. e Peninsula's largest selec n of Men's and Boys' Wear. 1111 IIll llII I.OOLLEN UNDERWEAR FOR MEN L'ery mn who knows the value of Ssool next to the skin" should see or disl4l of nVO[OL EN UNDER. ": ,,--Good makes, low prices. EADIE'S 587 Bay St., FRANKSTON. 'Phone 352. rge Variety in Cotton, Cotton, Iol, Wool/Cotton, ;and All Wool rts op Pants. Priced from 2/6- t( 12/6 per garment. sneMen's and Boys' Under F?lan els from 3/6 each to, 7/6. Frankston Market Es...
Hospital Within a Year Aim of Committee [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
Hospital Within a Year Aim of Committee Following a special meeting off the Shire of Frankston and Has tings Council, it .has been decided to recommend to the next meet ing, of the Council. hat £1000 be allocated to the Frankston Com munity Hospital. in the course of a conference and inspection of the hospital site with the hospital committee and couiicil lors' on' Tuesday afternoon, the In spector of Charities (Mr. C. L. Mc-' Villy) stated that if £3000 could be raised, the Charities Board would make an allocation of £2000 in addi tion 'to the amount of £8000 already held in trust by the Board for the scheme. .Speaking at a special 'meeting of" the Council and tlih. Hospital :Com mittee on Tuesday night, the presi dent of the committee (Ci-.' : L Pratt) said the donation of the Coun cil *woud enable the ,committee to take advantage of Mr'?? McVili!s of fer. - He was confident that with the 'backing-of - thl--council_ and 'his-com mittee and the whole-healrted sup port of the reside...
AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
AIR'RAID PRECAUTIONS An advertisement in this `issue an nounces that a public meeting will be held in the Mechanic's Institute, on ,l Wednesday, .June 21 at S p.m., when "., Dr. Gerald Weigall, of the Red Cross )-Society, will explain arrangements i necessary to form first-aid posts and Sitmbulanco service.
PLAZA THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
PLAZA THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. One of the most attractive pictures ill its class, Breaking the Ice, will he screened tonight and tomorrow. The golden voiced boy, Bobby Breen, has the leading role in this production, supported by Charles Ruggles and Irene Dare in a story that combines harmony and pathos. An intriguing mystery drama, Who Killed John Savage? is the title of the supporting picture, in which Nicholas lanner and Barry Maclkay play the principal roles. Little Bantam Weight, a technl color .cartoon, and a Pictorial and a News Gazette complete the pro gran me. JUNE 12, 13 AND. 14. The year's biggest and most color ful attraction, Snow ,White and the Seven Dwarfs., will be the highlight of the programmne next Monday, Tues day and Wednesday. This famous production by Walt Disney Is filmed in multiplane tochnicolor, and provides 85 ·minutes of glorious entertainment, including the latest song hits. A special feature of the week will be a matinee next. Wednesday, which will ...
PRESENTATION TO BRIGADE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
PRESENTATION TO BRIGADE To replace the existing fire e gine a powerful new machine formally handed to Franklston S Brigade on Monday afternoon by Chief Officer of the Country Brigades Board (Mr McPherson). Mr. McPhesron paid a triute the work of the local firemen, pa cularly in recent years. The brigade, which was pure voluntary, was called upon too ten,. he said. The new machi: which had been slightly used by t Bnillarat brigade, had twice the P; ing capacity of the old engine. vWas considered necessary to n the growth or Frzankston. There were 15.4 brigades in Ii toriar, with 3000 regular fireenen a 1000 reserves. Thle Board had 1 engines in service in all corners the State. Accepting the machine on bef of the council and re:idents e Frankston, Cr. Oates said the 0. engine had done wonders. lie h10 the new machine would not be d led upon for service as often. - council appreciated the work of tl Country Fire Brigades Board and l cal firemen. They had been calle upon to answer many...
I.O.R. HALF YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
I.O.R. -- HALF YEARLY MEETING. The half-yearly meeting of the So cial Tent was held on May 23. There was a good attendance of members. also one initiation and two transfer members admitted into the tent An amount of business was trans acted and Bro. Wells gave a verb comprehensive report of his visit to \Vangaratta for the annual confer-. ence. Also reports on arrangements for the annual dinner to be held at Franlcston House when a good night Is looked forward to with the Dis trict Chief Ruler (Bro. W. Findlayy, and Bro. E. Stafford, D.C. The new officers for the six months are: Chief Ruler (Bro. ii. Polglase), Deputy Ruler (Bro. R. A. Corlett), Past Chief Ruler (Bro. J. Wastell), Tent representative (Bro. F. 11. W·ells). Treasurer (Bro. C. Proctor), Secretary (Sis. 'M. Law rey), W.S. (Sis. J. Polglase); Le vite (Sis. R. Stevens), 'Guard (Sis. V( Proctor), Junior Superintendent (Sisters O. Wells, J. Smallwood and Bro. R.. A. Scott), Press Correspon dent (Sis. M. Lawrey). , On Thursd...
HASTINGS PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
" HASTINGS -o PERSONAL. lMiss Thelma 'Jeremiah and Miss Winnie Francis are enjoying a pleas ant holiday at Warragul. SCOUTS CELEBRATE The fifteenth annual birthday of the 1st Hastings Holy Trinity Scouts Troop,' in which the Hastings Guides joined, was, held at the Parish Hall, Hastings, on May 25. Th'e vicar (Rev. Robertson) pres. ided. Offllicials fromn all over the Pen insula, both scout' anld guides, were present. Rev. A. Banks (St. Judes,'Carlton), Mr. Nole Banks, "Tyabb's First Cub" and former Scoutluaster (Thos. and Mrs. llodgins) were among the guests with a strong muster of old scouts. Apologioes ..'ere received from the Shire President (Cr. and Mrs. G. E. Hodgiins) and .Mrs. Gold. Guide Commissioner (Mrs J. A. P. Hamni, F'rankstotn) spoke to the guides pIleseut on the "Guides Law and TPromlise." Commlnissioners -lay and Rudduck bioth resp:onded to the toast-the Scouts, and complimented the boys on their troop work. The Rev. A. Banks, who inaugurated the troop fifteen years...
SOMERVILLE PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
SOMERVILLE -0 PERSONAL Mrs. Alfred Thornell and her daughter, Mrs J. E. Shelton, have returned home after a very pleas ant and interesting cruise to New Guinea in the S.S. Katoomba. A concert promoted by the local Fruitgrowers' H. and A. Association was hed iln the Mechanics' Hall on Saturday. The entire programe, consisting of Vocal and Instrumen tal Music, sketches, novelty items, was given by the Oakleigh Welfare League Concert Party. Owing to unfavorable weather and other causes there was only a mea gre audience. The company pre sented a very fine entertainment, be ing full of sparkle and variety, which was worthy of a full house. The poor attendance of the public proved dis aplpointing to the Assnciation com mittee.
Court Decision On Stock Interference and Assault Charges [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
Court Decision On Stock Interference and Assault Charges The hearing of charges against J. W. Williams, of Hastings road, Frankston, for interfering with cattle seized by the shire ranger (Mr Richards) oni Marcjl 23, and for using obscene language; and charges of assault involving both Richards and Williams and William Williams, which were adjourned' from May 5, were continued at the Frankston Court oni Friday. (A. report of the earlier proceedings appeared in the Standaird on May 12.) Mr R. C. Taylor (for the Shire of Frankston and Hastings and Rich arids) stated at the outset that al though the Thirteenth Schedule of the Local Government Act stated that cat tle seized may be placed in a neigh boring place of safe custody, it did note say the place must 'be appointed by??the council. He- submitted that it was. not necessary for the council to aippoint a neighboring place of- safe custody. Ann Elizabeth Emma Williams, wife of-: John Henry Williams, told the court that on the morning...
DIGGERS' TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
DIGGERS' TOURNAMENT. Despite inclement weather, the Dig gers' golf tournament was held on the municipal links last Sunday, and at tracted. 36 competitors, including Dig gers from Dromana, Chelsea and Red Hill. It was an 13-hole competition. The A grade handicap was won by 1W. A. Jones With 79 nett, and the A grade scratch event was woni by A. Stanton with 97. The B grade competition was won by C. Tink with 76 net. The Frankston branch handicap was won by E. Kerr with 78 net, and- a secret hole competition resulted in a tie betweeh L. Barnes, of Dromana, and E. Hall, of Frankston.
BUNKER ANSWERED. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
BUNKER ANSWERED. (To the Editor.) Sir,--Bunker's letter in last week's issue of the "Standard" is, to my, mind, pure bunkum. He side tracks the public hall issue in his desperate efforts to secure a free advertise ment for the bowling green on which venture some citizens who could ill afford to do so, sank pounds hard earned by them, I venture the opinion that if the coufcil can take over and reconstruct. a bowling greele used by a few, that such council can take over and re constluct 'the Mechanics' ]-IHall used by many. "Bunker's" letter appears to bear the trade mark of a certain Davey street concern where the principals are moss covered with age. and in activity. "Bunker" evidently be longs or is allied to a certain unin telligent section of the community brainless enough to believe that a decent public" hall ranks behind a bowling green. I, admit that in most centres, the aged and infirm patron ise bowling greens, whereas talent of both young and old is developed educationally ...
TABLE TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
-0 The A grade completed the first round of matches this week, the winners being as followsi Church of England No. 1 11 games defeated Church of England B 5 gaines.. Diggers No. 1 12 games d. Fire Brigade 4 games. Diggers No. 2 10 games d. Old Students' 6 games. The A grade teams have a bye next Tuesday. B grade has one match to finish the first round. Results as follow for sixth engagement-Church of England No.- 3 9 games d. Children's Hostel 7 grames. Fire Brigade 13 games d. Ch. of England No. 4-'3 games. Militia. 15 games d. Old Stu dents 1 game. ' M.U.I.O.O.F., bye. The next meeting will be at Led ger's on Wednesday night.
Your Safety Valve (A column for you. Let's have your views in brief on any topic excepting religion. Every letter must bear the writer's name and address, not necessary for publication. Head correspondence. "Safety Value." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
Your Safety Valve (A column for you. Let's have your views in brief on any topic. excepting,religion. Every 'letter ~iust bear the writer's name and address. not necessarily for publication. Head correspondence. "Safety Valve.") (To the Editor.) Sir,-Any mall who is .so pro foundly ignorant as to advertise his ignorance through the -columns of tilhe press, can only be regarded as a, menace, especially to the youth of. the conunll ity. But as your space, at present is to valuable to ex-, patiate on this matter, I will-with your permissionl-when the "Dole" controversy abates, mIake some re ferences to the jeers of a ,. corres pondent in tile issue of the "Stand ard" of the 2nd, relating to the creation of money. I will also hiave' a word to say about his unmannL'ly. reference to a judicious handling of iloney.--Yours, etc., "A MODERN ECONOMIST." Frankston. (To the Editor.) Sir,---.Mr R. G. 1\ells in your issue of May 29 challenges me to a debate on the question of a town hall in Frank...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
MENTONE GIRLSe GRAMMLAR SCHOOL 231 Beach Road. LIC DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS A PUBLIC FEES MODERATE. by Motor Bus from Mordialloc, Black Rock, Beaumarls, cesible Oakleigh and Dandenong. K,iLN;,RIGARITEN TO LEAVING HONOURS. prospectus on Applicatian. Headmistress at home by Appointment. l.: Chelt. 320. J. McCowan,, B.A., Dip. Ed., Headmistress. MENTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL PAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. b- Primary to Leaving Honours. Boys admitted to Kindergarten at age of four. Separate Department for Junior School. MODERATE FEES. Healthy Surroundings. . Ideal Situation. Extensive Grounds. COACHING COLLEGE. NIGHT CLASSES pupils- Prepared for all Examinations. Complete Provision for Boarders For Prospectus and Particulars of Scholarships, Apply C. C. THOROLD, M.A., Headmaster. el.: Chelt. 409. .Tel.: Chelt. 409. YE LOTS OF TIMEANOD MONEY liEEnElnlEn l Unml mnu EU.m.iNiu g UjI NID I Why bother to do your Washing at Home? u ' Send your soiled things to us-we'll 0 m WE' D...
POSTAL HOLIDAY NEXT MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
POSTAL HOLIDAY NEXT MONDAY Next Monday, June 12, will be a postal hloliday. The office will be open from 9 till 10 a.m. for all classes of business, except money order and Saving, Bank. The last mail o?r Melbourne will close at 10 a.m. There will be a delivery by postman in the morning as usual. Night clearance of street letters received will be effected as usual.
Abolish the Dole! (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
Abolish the Dole! (To the Editor.) .·ir.-Splendid, indeed, if we could do i,. 't o abolish what has become vulgarly known as the dole, we first nmust abolish that which brought it about, unemployment. To abolish un employment, we must, as a matter of necessity, place people in their own calling at a decent and remunerative living wage, whereby they may be en abled to purchase the necessities and a few. of the luxuries of this life. The dole, with unemployment so rampant the world over, in this rush ing, tearing age of machines and mechanisation, which gets us nowhere or to any ultimate goal than chaos and discomfort, was established by various Governments as a relief mea sure-temporary-when first gazetted by law, to prevent and protect people who lost their means of livelihood through becoming unemployed, from starvation. But'at the time when the dole was first established to the pre sent day, and to the days yet to dawn, one did or does' not need to be a necromancer to know and rea...
THE DOLE AND THE COUNCIL (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
THE DOLE AND THE COUNCIL (To the Editor). Sir.--As I fully anticipated, the l'rankston Council has taken a false step in its-initiation of this cam paign. It will, perhaps,. have a pleas ant day out at the" ratepayers' ex pense, but will make as much pro gress as if it had decided on a. trip to the monkey cage at the zoo. The Premier of Victoria hls as amuch authority over, the flinances of the State as the local tip minder. if there is one. However, they are the chosen of the people-if not of the earth-so the peoplle I suppose can bear it.-Yours etc., ONE OF .THE VICTIMS.