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MUNICIPAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

MUNICIPAL NOTES (By• ".65") :-Results of. the semi-finals in the 'IA" championship: S. Davis de feated V. Kingshott at 19th; C: Allen defeated. A. Gavin 2 up. 'Davis, playing very well, was never behind, was 2 up after a good 2 on the. 9th." Then 5 holes halved,: Kingshott won. 15th and 18th- to' square the match. At 19th Davis, after cut drive which found, a hole, ponned his thirr' to: within 6 feet. Kingshott pot ted. for: 2 then 3 putted to dive Davis 'a: meritorious win. Charlie Alieih was 2 up after 4, but GCaviri. recovered to turn 1 up:. Allen squared. on 12th, but Gavin was 1'un ,.with 3 to an Then Allen in the way only he knows how, won .the last three to' win 2 up. .This .means a' Davis v. Allen final, which should be r beauty.' :: In. '"B"' Grade Ted Reynolds defeated C. Tinrk 1 up after a great match in which the lead changed hands many times. In the other iniatch; Ron Sanders de feated ,T; Vale:5 and 4: The .minior. .championship final "will,,be, E .;Reyiiolds. senr. v....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

THE A\DA)ID Thursday, August 25, 1949.-PAGE 9. at PARNELLS Conway Pens 18/6 to 40/ Commonwealth Pens 20/-, Dufold Pens • 44/6 Mentmore Pens 46 52/3.to 63/9 Mentmore Airflow 23/9 Mentmore Diploma 19/6 Mentmore Platignum 5/9 Selsdon Pens 21/- to 25/ Summit Pens 2.2/9 to 45/ Swan Pens 30/- to 89/ Unique Pens 18/- to'25/ Wyvern Pens 32/6 to 85/ Biro Pencils " 6/- to 65/ Carford Pencils 14/6 Jerko Pencils 45/ Keefer Pencils 13/6 to 20/ Scribal Pencils- 27/6 to 77/6 Stenmark Pencils 30/ LAD Interested in Learning Jewellery Jobbing Start Oct. - Nov., Apply Now Parnell's Jewellery Store Pty.Ltd. 572 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON , Now for the new AUSTINS OU ER -SALOONS A.70 SALOONS AUSTRALIAN AND ENGLISH BODIES 30-CWT. TO 5-TON TRUCKS GENERAL REPAIR WORK, OXY, SAND ELECTRIC' WELDING. FRANKSTON CAR SALES (ALEX. BIGGAR, Prop.) 54 DArNDENONG ROAD, FRANKSTON Phone 55 - -PENS! PENS!-: .PENS! New ACE, Ball Pens, Multi-colors, 6/6 (refills 2/-) PLATIGNUM PENS, 7/6 and 5/9 PARKER "51", The Pen of Fame MINO...

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BOWLS FRANKSTON CLUB ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

EVWLS 1 AN'I1STO , CLUB ANNUAL. M 31EETING The anlual .general meeting of the IFrankston Bowling Club was held at the club-house, on Wed nesday, August 17. There was a large attendance of members and intending new members,-and the meeting was a most successful one. The prospects for the coming sea son look very bright. ' " The president askedRA embers to stand and observe a mninute's silence nl memory of departed ,;uoelrs-the late Major-Golnoral Grihnwade, and Messrs. F. Wil kins, H. Hill, and H. «V. Allen. .'Trophies were won during sea son 19.4S-.19 as follows: Patron's, H.. S. Burnell; Presiden.t's, 1H.. S. rinrnell; Championship, IIH. oul tr; Ha-lm Memorial,' K. Guihot; Watts Peninsula Cup,. J. Alceroyd4 Capt. Davies', H. S. Burnoll. AT. W\illiams; . Spoon Aggregate, H. Steel; Greatest. Number of Spoons. H-. Steel. Ofli-c. learne's . The election of office-bearers resulted: President. P.. I-Ieymau~ "on: senior vice-president; C. Bell: vice - presidents, Capt. Lyon Instone. H. S....

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The Standard TABLE TALK ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

yllltl lllllllU l rul U I i Illlllllllll I1IIII1II(I1IIIIIIII ( 1)1111111 111111111 ABOUTr PEOPLE Welcome to Mr. and 'Mrs. Hinks of Tasmania, who have -arrived in Melbourne to reside in Long Island, Frankston. Mrs. Hinks is the daughter of-Mr. and Mrs, Harold Stephens, of Station Street, Carrumn. . : The many friends of Mr.,J. H. Varcoe (Shire Engineer) and Mrs. Varcoe will regret to hear of- the severe. illness of- Mrs. Varcoe,.:at their home, 20 Showers St., Chel sea. Her legion of Red.Cross and, other, friends wish her a speedy return to gbod health. * * » Mrs. Bob Cpnnal, of Bay St., Frankston,' is holidaying at Mur toa for a fortnight. Mr. and Mrs.. Clarrie Parnell accompafied Chief Officer and Mrs. Alex. McPherson to -the Geelong Fire Brigade debutante ball last Friday night.. Mr. A. Lucas, senior .assistant at Frankston State School during the past 5. years,.has been trans ferred to Armadale. He was ten dered a "send-off" function by the Frankston Mothers' Club yester day (We...

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CYCLING MORNINGTON CYCLIST'S OPEN WIN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

CYCLIIN G OW:MNIlN(;TO' CYCLTST'S OPEN On Saturday, the Healing 20 mile Victorian open -handicap was run at 'Dandenong. Murray French. (Mornington Club), riding off.' 'the second scratch mark, put iip a brilliant ride to win his first open: race. This young rider, front the start of the race, showed: all' that is needed to reach the. top ranks in the near future. His' aggressive riding took toll of many riders be fore the turn, and, on :the' way back, (with one other rider), he' over-took the limit markers .24 miles from the finish. Despite his hard riding, Murray. led out 300 yards front the line to go-on- to' a 2 lengths'win. - .. The effort was that of a well trained ilder, and .his. success. should gain him the scratch. mark with Victoria's best jinfor' riders.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

G |. FARMER 1 '"A" Grade expert work dbne_ " . . .. xby competent.o Electrical Contractor 4 trained " , . l tricians. M.E.F.V. S OUNG ST., FRANKSTON,:Opp. Sherlock &hay q Lhonel: Frankston 50. Private: Frankston 642. iK. W. M'DONALD. .576 A Y. ST., FRANKSTON' Phone 241 TIHE LATEST -Over*.ea., We fit you to , O e a ' ' , s m a rt styles Methods in glasses that S suit you. are Used by H. SPICER * OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN 540 BAY ST., FRANKSTON Phone F'ston 736 ,S;-, and at 134 Foster Street, Dandmnong 1'-CARPETS FELTEX LINOS NEW SHIPMENTS FROM OVERSEAS S est Quality WILTONS and AXMINSTERS, Latest Deslgn SPERSONAL ATTENTION TO ALI. TNQUIRIES - JAMES & FOX - .ate CRAiGS & FORSTER CARPET CO.) "'1T114 HIGH ST., ARMADALE &. 385 STATION ST.. BONBEACH 4 S U 2479 -- Phones -- CHELSEA 85 ,'LD CARPETS, CLEANED, ALTERED, RE-LAID I SRKSTON SERVICE 'S" RECAPPING-- RETREADING - REPAIRS ,m... "NEW TYRES AND TUBES . S FIRST CLASS WORKMANSHIP m- s CORNER BEACH AND LEWIS...

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SOMERVILLE IN SLASHING VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

sOi1I :VITLETN SLA?SHING.. VICTORY - In the "re-nlay against :Fi'ank 'ton in the "'T' Grade first.semf final, Somerville scored :a decisive victory, with a class of football hat put them in favor with keen ludes asas nosl dangerous- :con tenilrrs for the'1949. "B". Grade premiership. - The re-llav- became necessary, following a tie between -the teams en the nrevious Saturday. Frankston played well and hard throughout the: ame," which keenly interested, a big erowd; -but Somerville 'always Jhad the edge On their opponeuts,. and looked and proved the better team. 1'inal scores were: Somnerville; 14.13; Frankstoni 90.15.

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MIGRANTS' CLUB SECOND MEETING' AT FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

.:AMNTS' CLUB SECOND.: ?IEETI'N(, A'l S FRANKSTOS =.The second meeting of the 13ri tish Migrants, Club, combined with a .social, was,,held at the C.W.A. Hall last Thursday evening, an"d obtained a "full house," despite the rain. Many new arrivals were piresent, and an" enjoyable time was spent.. The. programme consisted of items by a few. of the mneniners, and, supper was provided. The Misses Harcourt, of the Frockl Salon, were the hostesses, and the sponsors of the social. It was announced that the club was now affiliated with the Union Jack. Club' of Melbourne. ;Ind1 would now be. known as the Ilhi tish Migrants' Club, Frankston. INo. 1 sub-branch of the Unionl Jack Club. The next social will be held on Wednesday, September 2, and will be held in the Mechanics' Hall. It-is honed to obtain the services of Mr'. Dale, the musical comedy artist, to give an item. lMr. Dale is.a member of the club. -It is hoped that there will be a big attendance of members, be cause we will have a larg...

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FOOTBALL TEAMS ON HOLIDAY TRIPS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

1OO'O'ATBT T 'RAS ON IIOLT)AY TRIPS Miemlbcrs of Hastlues .Football tf am and l flci»ls will make. a. tol" to Bendigo this week-end per m dinm of Dyson's Peninsulai Buses. Dxson' is- ;. Service; . lvii.aso. lake the . Editlivale=Aspendale; football team:: on:.tri ?:eay iborough this week-eind:

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"JACK AND JILL" NEW NURSERY SCHOOL FOR FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

"JACI. AND Jill" iNEW .NURSERY SCHOOL FOR FRANKSTON A :great; boon to :.parents ?:,of young t children in Franlkston wiill be, the up-to-date. "Jack- andidJill', Nursery: School, to be opened in: the Mechanics' Hall in. 'about two months' time by Miss E. P. Hewitt. The school-will be conductedfbor children, between. the ages of ,3 and 6 years; and the hours will'be from '9.30 a.m.-to 3.30 p.m.., Miss, Hewitt will-?have three assistants and a- full-time traine'd nurse.. _Morning-lunch: and hot.mid-day? dinner, will be provided, with fruit and milk in the afternoons. SA;contract has been made with' Douglas' Taxi Service to- pick up children .at .reduced fares. '-. The Nursery School will be opep for.the inspection of mothers, from w'hbm suggestions are ini.td.;:;' Miss. :Hewitt ' Is, now':'en?olling pupils - (Phone, Fran~stii": ' 873.) Details regarcding fees)ar ? adver tised. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

aford Theatre.. ePhone: Chelsea 155 ent TheatrePhone " : SATURDAY, AUG. 26 and 27 . IMING - CHARLES COBURN " GgS OF WYOMING I Tec .nleolorý . able for General Exhibition. THBONE - NIGEL BRUCE OMAN IN GREEN Suallable for General Ezhiblilon. S"Green Grass -of Wyoming, aI, Cartoon and News . . NESDAY, AUGUST 31? . OBSON - DENNIS, PI"CE OLIDAY CAMP " Sultable for General Exhibition... ' NNING - TRUDY. MARSHALL' ISASTER. Suitable for General Exhibition. " HORT, FOX NEWS . d SATURDAY, SEPT. 2 and 3 . EIGH - ROBERT TAYLOR'. TERLOO BRIDGE - ALTER PIDGEON -SKY MURDER ot Suitable For General ExhlbitIon SERIAL, NEWS K & BILHAM UCTION E ER ION, REAL ESTATE, LAND AND COMMISSION AGENTS N AND MORNINGTON F'ston 557 or 14; M'ton 211 ET EVERY FO.URTH MOND'AY - RE SHEEP AND. CATTLE,. POULTRY, CALVES AND SUNDRIES 'nE Sales a Specialty o?-YOU': GHUSDAND LTD., Woolbrokers ISH TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY AND TOP VALUE CONSULT- . LHAM, at Frankston or Mornington K & HAY PTY. LTD.,: ND GENERAL HAR...

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FRUIT AND FLOWERING TREES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

SRUIT AND' FL?OWEI ING TREES Fruit , trees, unlike flowering trees, are not" grown on in recep tacles .for summer planting, sc they niust .be planted whilst dor nilt; ..between now and the end of' August: Apples, Pears;, Plunms. Peaches Prunes, Nectarines, Apricots, and *igs;in the best commercial varie ties, 3/6 eiich. Alimonds, hin 2 sizes, 3/6 and 5/ Cherries, 5/. Black and Red Currants.. in -1 yeir bhuslies, 3/: Gooseherries, 1/t and 3/; Rasplierries, overbearini varieties, 9,/ dozen. Wllnuts: We have some excel. lent varieiees in grafted plants *w)lich come 'into bearing in 2 tc '3 years, 15/ to 20/ each. Englisi Walnut's,. from- seed, 5/. FLOVWERT :'G TREES . Flowering.. Peaches, Red, Pink "and White, well branched. 5/. ,,'Prunus" Miume (Japanese Flow: ering Apricot), 4 varieties, 'whicl coyer a flowering. period from .Jun( to September, 5/ and 7/6. .,.P'runus Pollardii,. larke Pinl Flowering llmsond. 5/ and 7/6. F Dobligle Hi?wtliorns, in Pink ant Red, also Silpgle Scarlet, 5...

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GARDEN SUGGESTIONS MORE GOOD GARDEN PERENNIALS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

(gy :J;. W.;: Robinson, of The . Ormond Plant Farm Pty. Ltd.) M?MORE GOOD GARDEN PERENNIALS CHRYSANTHEMUMS come under the heading of perennials, and. :may be classed as among our. best. There.. is a very long list of varieties and types, and with: the Dahlia"they give us our best autumn. flowers. Chrysanthe mums.can be.grown from suckers of-. pieces brolen- ff the old roots, but "the?e? nrever' make the good cleanitplants' that' are grown from top' cuttings . Al?iost any soil will grow. Chysantliemums, but soil slightly on the heavy side and fihtii.' will' give' the best results. Chirysanthemums are usually sent out by nurserymen from October onward, and these are best which have been grown on in small pots, and which' require pinching back when-they have attained a height .of about 5 feet. Later plantfed . Chrysanthemums, say, about the end of November and D'ecember, will give shorter plants'than" those planted earlier. 'DIANTHUS ALLWOODII: These are comnionly kriown as Border Pinl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

II ALL PROGRAMMES SHOWN = SIMULTA NEOUSLY AT BOTH THEATRES I ? THURS (Tonight), FRI., SAT., AUG. 25, 26, 27 U. SThe taughMit of theyear SThree pcople on a crazy honeymoon :..a girl who didn't Swantto be a bride... a groom who wanted to spank his Sbrid... and a playboy who didn't want to fall in love. It's a merry mix-up and loadcd with fun. .U. ? BE£7,trA /Af AN JOHN HODIAK - VIA SIDNEY in a L SEG..M A STRANGER , .(Suitable for "A(lti,, Only).) M NEXT MON., TUES., WED., AUG. 29, 30, 31 T.FiOrOs'/,'RE,, ALl- -,n T sc/ory Saer o inc O/ed Bunest/ U U, ., " AK ,4,it/ &.Dir d.OFF P dR SFOR C JENERAL EXIIIOITION _ Uank O A IetRI A r WNnY JOHN HODIA A COSYLVUMBIA SITRDEY LOVNE FORROM=BE NA STRANRER SSutbl e frAdultsr aO ull'y)" ").H ? ?*. COMING THURS., FRWED SAT., 'EAUGPT. 29, 30, 31' ? LMTANA TURNER GENEKELLY " CO-u.? LU B +LLY S O - -.18EFLIN[ IN PE AO TGELAN LANSBURY . .SUITABLE FOR G I E 'L EXHIBITION . . . " ALSO SPECIALLY SELECTED" E SSHORT FEATURES U-' ....'r U?IIE COMING T...

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CR. HAYWOOD WITHDRAWS MR. J. C. SUTHERLAND NEW COUNCILLOR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

'CR. HAYWOODU WITHDRAWS MR. 1. C. SUTHInI:\ NI, NEW' COUNCILI,,)II Cr. Dr. Hilywood withdrew ihis nominatioli this week is a cautji date for re-electipn as an East Riding councillor for the Frank ston Shire.:. This assures Mr. J. C.: SlithBr land of being: elected unopposed at the, forthcoming municipal elections.

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FRANKSTON CRICKET CLUB SUCCESS ENTHUSIASM AT ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

FRANKSTON CRICKET CLUB SUCCESS ENTHUSIASM AT ANNUAL MEETING There was an attendance of more than 30 at the annual meet ing last week of the ,Frankston Cricket. Club, and much, enthusi asm prevailed--due no' doubt to the club's twb teams (Reds and Blacks) finishing as premiers and runners-up, respectively, in their~ first year in the Turf Section of the O.C.A. Competition. ,The bal ance-sheet showed' a credit bal ance of £40, in addition to £100 worth of equipment. The annual report.of the secre tary (Mr. J. O'Brien) made, glow ing references to the above -suc cesses, and conveyed congratu lations to the two teams and their respective captains, Stan .Peters and George Parr. Trophy Winners. Trophy winners duriing The year were: Association batting average (40.36): R. Denham. Association. bowling average (8.85): R. Avery. SClub batting average (4.36) i R. Denham. Reds' batting average (25.62): G. Parr. Club bowling average ..(5.83): R. Avery. . Reds' bowling average (6.20)': L. Hunter....

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MR. H. W. ALLEN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

MIl. i. W. ALLEN : Deep regret was felt iii Frank ston last week at the ddath o6f'ae of its well-known resideilts, 1Ir. Horace William Allen, aged 74. . Familiarly linown to his friends and to scores of his fdrmer stu dents as "Barney,'! he was highly rieggrded as perhaps the finest classical scholar .in Australia, a keen sportsman, and a courtly gentleman. Mr. Allen's association with Haileybury College dated back to its foundation, for he was the first pupil enrolled by the founder, Charles Henry Rendell. He was the son of a Congregational min iqter, and was born at Mary borough in 1875. He went to Scotch College on a State School scholarship, and after six years was one of .the group of.-17 boys .who constituted'the. Initial-HaileY bury roll. He took:.a life-long .in terestin:.the. College.::.. H~e was .more:. thani once "president of .the Old.. ...Haileyburians' Associalion. played with its cricket team, rarely. missed an. Old Boys: dinner,;:ania whien- the present College. Coui...

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[?]C" GRADE [?]AL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

(ItA I)I.~ Btings selnli adoe 11 the ay w the the 1)etlseet lid150 ]ar d ootball, a Spirit. It tilhe final ateredit Is cheighlteen. nt,6.20;

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MRS. MARION SAVAGE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

MRS. MARION SAVAGE Mrs. Marion Savage died at the Community Hospital, Franks ton on August 20. She and her 'husband, who predeceased her, had lived .in Frankston for about twenty years. The funeral took place on August 22 to the Franks ton Cemetery, where Rev. J. T. Freeman read the burial service. Messrs Hector Gamble and Son conducted the funeral.

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[?]-FINAL [?] OUTCLASSES [?]TON. [?]GIN IN POOR [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

-FINAL CLASSES ON IN POOR second A. the Morn gue, play Saturday, ond quar n, showing " in all de nme, scored o Morning onwards it f how much by. Wind obviated all, and, it od game to ally ran out points) to 58 points). crc £68, and y was in e toss, and th a strong ed to take e wind. ornington, 3 rankston, 1 second quar ck, Franks S. Boddis charge with ran away to on nil. rankston, 8 ornington, 3 aore moder third term, and scores . Frankston, s quarter, le Icad. Frankston Mornington, sa debacle, ing practic from their ton, 20 gls. on, 7 goals lston): F. SBarrett, E. ): R. Bell, tpson. ston): Den e 3, Brear meron 2, rnington): Kimpton,

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