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PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
PROGRESS oOo Recently we had the privilege of becoming better acquainted with what must be the premier Progressi Association in the State-Ormond. Many districts have no progress league because citizens can't be bothered, or if they do boast of one its membership is fortunate if it reaches double figures. Of course, there are exceptions, and some dis tricts can boast of excellent .progress organisations. Some progress associations that do exist would be better if they closed up shop, because their members attack problems in a vitriolic manner, antagonising councillors instead of holding out the hand of friendship and evincing a desire to co-operate. Progress associations can be of great help to councils. They can draw attention to many minor matters which councillors can be excused for missing. They can throw their weight behind a council in any movement for the well-being of ratepayers. And they can formulate in. a clear and concise manner the requirements of ratepayers for submissi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
"The Stand'ard" SfANDARD NEWSPAPERS PTY. LTD.,: Owners; and Publishers. Office of, Publication: Bay Street, Franikston, Victoria. SUBSCRIPTION RATE-2/6 PER QUARTER, Post Free within the Commonwealth. Publishers of bMooi'abbin News. Sandringham News Ormond News. Hampton News Mordialloc City News. dMornington Standard Frankston ,Standard. City of Chelsea News Black Rock News. IT'S AN EVAN DAVIES PRODUCTION: You are invited to Try DAVIES PURE WHOLEMEAL BREAD. The most nutritious food that is made. There is no added ingredients such as flour or color in our wholemeal bread. It is the whole wheat ground, nothing extracted or added. Doctors recom mend it for both young and grown up. We also manufacture PURE WHITE and VIENNA BREAD. - GIVE US A TRIAL. DAVIES FRANKSTON BAKERY YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON. Phone: Frankston 74. Tooli bbrenwN* S Equip yourself . with the right tools ::i • and you'll not only save time and labor, but have the satisfaction of knowing the s job is better. " ': Stocks h...
"FELIX HOLT" SAYS (This is the first of a series of articles by "Felix Holt" on subjects of genetal interest.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
"FELIX HOLT" SAYS oOo (This is the first of a series of articles by "Felix Holt'', on subjects of general interest.) . THAT many suburban councils seem to have slipped in failing to take-advantage of the opportunity of bringing Szell, the world-famous conductor, and the A.B.C. orchestra to perform in their municipalities. This combination is appearing at many suburban town halls, and it seems, a pity that local ratepayers are denied the opportunity of hear ing it. Whilst one should not add that of entrepeneur to the already long list of council activities, an interest in municipal music should be manifest in each council. Here is an opportunity of hearing the best type of music, played by first-class musicians, under the baton of a world-famous conductor, and, from what we hear, it is to be had for the asking and with no financial responsibility. We'have consistently advocated the benefits to be derived from the existence of first-class local bands and orchestras. With the oppor tun...
LET'S WRITE A LETTER TO SIR CHARLES HENTY BRAND, C.B., C.M.G., V.C.O., D.S.O. (V.). Member of the Senate, Commonwealth of Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
LET'S WRITE A LETTER oOo TO' SIR CHARLES HENRY BRAND, C.B., C.M.G., C.V.O., D.S.O. (V.), Member of: the Senate, Commonwealth of Australia. Dear Digger,-No returned soldier in Australia can claim' that popularity which is deservedly yours. Although honors rest thickly upon your breast, no titled man in Australia is as devoid of "side" as you. That's why we address you by the name you are always referred to where Diggers foregather. Your remarks in the Senate last week regarding the unfortunate position of the unemployed were like a pot. off the ice on a roaring hot day in Sinai. Good for you, Digger! Your statement that in Victoria alone there are 38,000 unemployed'(ls staggering. You say the dole .is sapping the manhood of the unemployed. Well, it wbutd' appear that we are all agreed on that point. Why continue a practice that we all admit is!, quite wrong? Australians are revolting against the sweating conditions under which thousands of their fellow citizens are working. It must s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
NEW MENTONE'Poeb PARAMOUNT, MORDIALLOC Phooa 64.o Three Changes Weekly. SATURDAY AND MONDAY Sonja 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. MATINEE ON BOTH SATURDAY AND MONDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Freddie Bartholomew and Judy Garland L.Listen Darling For General Exhibition. Also Joan Blondel and Pat O'Brien Off The Record (Not suitable for general exhibition) THURSDAY and FRIDAY ANN SHIRLEY and RALPH BELLAMY-' Girls' School Also Jack Oakie and Lucille Ball Affairs of Annabel Both Pictures For General Exhibition. CAR PARK, WITH ATTENDANT, FREE. THEATRE ARTIFICIALLY HEATED. COMING SATURDAY AND MONDAY Jean Arthur, John Barrymore Edward Arnold You Can't Take It With You Also Gene Autry Boots and Saddle Both Pictures For General Exhibition. PLAZA Chelsea's New Theatre tOPPOSITE STATIONI ALL FEATURE PROGRAMMEI Complete Change of Programme 3 Times Weekly, NEW SOUND SCREEN. ...
EGG BOARD DEDUCTIONS METHODS UPHELD BY HIGH COURT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
.EGG BOARD DEDUCTIONS METHODS UPHELD BY HIGH COURT The right of the Egg Pulp and Mar keting Board of Victoria to deduct d. a dozdni from advances it made Ito' producers for. eggs received into the pool has been upheld by a'unanimous High Court judgment delivered on June 1. PAYMENTS DUE Because of the doubt that 'existed in th1e industry as to the legality of: the deduction by the Board, imany producers with-held payments from the Board, but this doubt has now been resolved. The Chairman of the Egg Board (Mr. H. H. Lloyd) said that the Board was gratified at the decision which would restore confidence among .pro ducers and others in the industry. He, felt sure that producers who had de layed payments to the pool would now send them. It should not 'be overlooked; he said, that the Board wasp constituted to bring the market ing of -all eggs under Board control, with the exception of producers .who owned only 25 birds or less.
GOLF MUNICIPAL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
GOLF MUNICIPAL CLUB The ladies' nine-hole stroke liandi sap was won by Mrs Woinarski, .50 (15')-35 last Wednesday week. Frankston, A division defeated El sternwick at the Australasian course on May 21, winning four matches to three; The B division last Sunday week also defeated Slsternwick at Patter son River 'by four matches to three.
CYCLING AMATEUR CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
CYCLING -~---o AMATEUR CLUB. The club race last week was a 20 mile handicap for a trophy donated by Marshall's Drapery. There were nine starters, including two, new riders, one of whom was very unfor tunate in getting a cut in a new tyre, due to the metal on the road inI the Cranbourne shire, and was unable to finish. C. "Bailey-and K. Treasure (scr.) both overhauled the limit man (C. Paxman) about three miles from the finish. First around the turn were T. Baker, P. Blum and C. Paxman. The scratch men were two minutes behind at the turn. Baker took the lead at six miles, followed by Blum, and both were flat out in a very good race, which resulted: P. Blum (8min.), 1; T. Baker (Smin.), 2; K. Nash (3min.) 3. Woni by a wheel. Time, 62m. 59s. Fastest time, C. Bailey (scr.), 57m. 2s. Promises of trophies have been re ceieiv! from Mr W. Amor and Mr A. H. Talbot.
HASTINGS-TYABB v. NAVAL DEPOT. BLUES' LAST QUARTER VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
HASTINGS-TYABlB v. NAVAL' DEPOT. BLUES' LAST. QUARTER VICTORY SHastings:Tyabb were ait home to Naval Depot on Saturday, and secured teir'second win of thel season. The *good numrber of spectators' present were well rewarded for their visit" to Hastings Park. It was one of the best games witnessed for a long time. *The football was of a high standard throughout, fast and open football be ing the order, the kind of game that followers of the sporti wish to see. The weather, though very threaten ing, remained fine, and the game was played under ideal conditions; though the playing arena was slippery in places owing to the heavy rains of the previous day..:. Soon after the game commenced It was anticipated that the match was going to bd a good one by the man ner in which both teams settled down to business, and so it proved right up to 1.he end of the third quarter. With two of the home team's lead ing players out of action through in jury it was, thought that the visitors (being better...
NO MATCH FOR FRANKSTON MORNINGTON DEFEATED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
NO MATCH FOR FRANKSTON ---0-- MORNINGTON DEFEATED. Mornington was no match for Frankston on the local oval, on Sat urday. With several junior players includ ed, Franlkston. expected to be fight ing hard to win, but after the first quarter there was little doubt of the final issue. The final scores were: Frankston 18-18, Mornington 12-13. w The game was very crowded, and due possibly to the hard manner in which it was played. So 'far 'this season there has been little evidence of the new rule speeding up or open ing out the game. On Saturday the man who gained possession of the ball was. almost always at a disad vantage. Individuals in Allen Feltham and Bishop played good footbtall for Mornington. Handball by Frank-I ston's smaller players was repeated ly used with effect, and often paved the way for clever goals. On' the half forward wing, Benson, one of the youngest players on,. the ground, played .fine football. Harry (well supported by Staff, Clapham, Peters and Beecroft) play ed...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
i* ' , .ý .._ . , -- ?---- • d Tomorrow's Games A GRADE. SOMER.VILLE-v. SORRENTO. FRANKSTON v. NAVAL DEPOT. SEAFORD v. HASTINGS-TYABB. • 1Mornington, bye. B GRADE. I PEARCEDALE v. NAVAL DEPOT.. HASTINGS - TYABB v. ROSEBUD.: . DROMANA v. BALNARRING. FRANKSTON v. BAXTER. Red Hill; bye. The Scdre Board i A GRADE. FRANKSTON 18.18 d. MORNINGTON 12.13. `.: - : SOMERVILLE 13.12 d. SEAFORD-CARRUM 8.10. r HASTINGS TYABB 19.21 d. NAVAL DEPOT 12.12. B .GRADE. DROMANA::'0.18 d. ROSEBUID 9.21. NAVAL DEPOT 14.17 d4 HASTINGS-TYABB 2..6. * BAI-NARRING 11.17 d. RED HILL 10.14. PLAZA THEATRE FRANKSTO Phone Frankston 407. Friday and Saturday, June 9 and 10 Breaking the Ice Starring Bobby Breen with Charles IRuggles and Ire Dare in a story which combines music, romance, adventure and comedy. Suitable for General Exhibition. Who Killed John Savage .With Nicholas Hannen and Barry Mackay In an intriguing mystery driaan (Not suitable for general 'exhibition) Technicolor Cartoon: Little Bantamweight, A Pict...
INDOOR BOWLS RECORD TOURNAMENT ENTRY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
INDOOR BOWLS RECORD TOURNAMENT ENTRY A record entry of 62 players has been received for the handicap sin gles tournament to be played in the Memorial Hall on Wednesday, June 14. Any player.wishling to enter can do so by getting in touch with the secretayr before June 11. The Dig gers B team still continued on its winning way by coming through the first round undefeated. This is an ex ceptionally fine performance and they have all teams keyed up to see who will be the first to dawn the mighty Diggers B. Fire Brigade has also performed well by winning 8 out of 9 games played. A pleasing feature of this week's matches is the fine win by Railways against Mt. Eliza as it 'is its first win this season. This team should make its presence felt befoire the competition is finished. POSITIONS OF TEAMS. P. W. L. Pts. Diggers B .........: 10 10 0 40 F. F. Brigade . .. 9 8 1 32 F. B. Auxiliary .....9 6 3 24. Diggers C... .. ... 9 63 ' 24 Mt. Eliza . .. .. . ... 5 4' 20 Diggdrs A. ... .... . ... 9...
B GRADE. HASTINGS-TYABB v. NAVAL DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
B GRADE. HASTINGS.TYABB v. NAVAL DEPOT. The Hastings-Tyabb B Grade team journeyed to the Depot bn Saturday last, and again suiered defeat at the hands of the home team. However, they are not dismayed at their failure. They were quite pleased with the A Grade's success against the Navy at Hastings: Outstanding players at the Naval Depot were G. Mirabella, IH. Benton, P. Goss, N. Francis, A.. Woolley and E. Vear.
SEAFORD-CARRUM v. SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
SEAFORD-CARRUM v. SOMERVILLE. The Seaford.Carrum Club' was at home to Somerville last Saturday. The match was played in delightful weather, and, the ground was oideal. Mr Watt, the curator, was commended by both clubs on this matter.' The play was of high sthndard anld pleased the crowd,' which was one of the lairgest at this ground for some time. Best players for .Somerville were: K. O'Brien, R. Armstrong, H. Bullen, J. W\roods, G. Gomm and J. Sheffield. Goal-kickers: C. Hawking (4), FR. Armstrong (4), H. .Thornell (3), J. Sheffield and C. Thornell. -Seaford's best players were. R. Aik, R. Gunn, D. Davies, R. Darroch, A. Davage and J. Cass. Goal-kickers:A:., Henry (3), R. Aik (2), D. Davies, F'. Davies And A. Davage. J. Hutchinson, of Seaford, was un fortunately injured in the last quar ter, and is confined to his bed. 'Final scores: Somerville, 13.12; Seaford-Carrum, S.10.
HASTINGS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
HASTINGS NOTES. During the match at. Hastings on Saturday two of the home team's out standing players, V. Lothian and B.; Wilson, met with .injury. Soon' after the start of the game Lothian had the misfortune to collide with, an oppon ent and took no further part in the game. He received severe head in juries and. had the wounds stitched. In the second quarter Wilson also had the misfortune to collide with an opponent, and, falling to the ground, dislocated his shoulder. This hardy player, though suffering severe pain, would not leave the field, -and carried on to the finish.. Both are under the care of the local sporting medico, Dr Haywood.. 'The £5 euchre and ball to be held in the Puiblic;Hall, -Hastings, on Thurs day night, June 22, promises to be the odi'standing event of the season. Ossie Nicholson, the .world-famous cycling champion, will be 'present, and has consented to bring his 'bike rollers to give an exhibition of roller cycling. This will be an added attraction, and wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
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Depot Tomorrow Keen Struggle Expected [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 9 June 1939
Depot Tomorrow Keen Struggle Expected The match at the Frankston Park tomorrow is expected to pro vide the keenest football struggle this season. After a convincing win against Mornington on Saturday, Frankston is confident of lowering the colors of Naval Depot. Last season, at the Depot, Frank ston received its severest drubbing for two seasons, but won comfortab ly at home. The: Naval men, how ever, are always considered a dan ger, and seem to produce their best football on. the Frankston oval. With Rosenbrock and H. McComb back in the side, Frankston will be without a weakness. With accommodation at the ground equal to any outside the metropoli tan area, the game is expected to at tract a record crowd, even if wea ther conditions are not perfect. The local team is particularly anx ious to win this fixture to complete the first round of matches without a defeat, and give the team an indi cation of its. premiership prospects.