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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921
Established 1883 G.E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, March 19th, 1921 James Warren Kerrigan in Three X Gordon &nbsp; &nbsp; Supporting Programme includes Mitchell Lewis in Nine Tenths of the Law Dainty & Bright THE "Gum Leaf" Tea & Cakes Tea Rooms, &nbsp; Under New Management Frankston House Buildings BAY STREET, FRANKSTON. Home-Made Scones and Cakes. Morning and Afternoon Tea Light Luncheon. Misses G. & I.Jones &nbsp; Mrs Gertrude Dodd D. DODD (late Royal. Air Force). (Opposite Frankston Railway Station) Young Street Frankston &nbsp; &nbsp; FOR High Class Drapery and Mill- inery, finest selection of Voile and zephyr dresses, crepe de chine, voile and fancy blouses and jumpers, children's dresses and underclothing, boys summer suits and shirts, large sto...
The Somerville Show A Splendid Success—Magnificent Fruit Display [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 18 March 1921
The Somerville Show &nbsp; A Splendid Success —Magnificent Fruit Display The somerville Fruitgrowers' Horticultural and Agricultural Association held its 25th annual show on Wednesday last. The weather proved fine, although early morning conditions were threatening, and no doubt had the effect of keeping many at a distance from attending. The sum of £58 was taken at the gate, which sum was well in advance of last year; there were 1300 people present. The show was opened by Mr. J. D. Chandler, M.L.C., in the absence of Mr. Hughes, the Prime Minister, who wrote the president, regretting his inability to be present, owing to continued indisposition. Mr. Chandler, who was introduced by the president(Mr G.R. Warren) said he knew the many troubles and &nbsp; anxieties connected with the manage- ment of fruit shows. He was a fruit- grower himself, and was proud of the fact that he represented a fruit grow- ing province. At last, he said, the Government was giving fruitgrowe...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
To the Editor. Sia,- I would be glad if you would allow me space to reply to the letters of Mr Gee. Shepherd and "Also a loyalist;" appearing in your last issue With reference to the first ipart of Mlr Shepherd's letter, I beg to say that he has been misinformed," .is the first I heard about the meet ,ng was after it had been held and the committee formed. Ris refer: ncei to t'lere being no apology from me" is evidently intended to be sar castic, so I can pass by that part o the letter. In reference to the forn of monument to be erected, I notic: in the "Standard" of the 4th inst. that the account of the meeting held is under the heading of--"Memoria to the fallen heroes to be erected,' and though I would not for moment think that the name of any soldier who enlisted from Somervilh would be excluded, yet I understand it really is for a-memorial to out gallant dead. Mr Shepherd ex presses reluctance in writing to the Press and wrangling over this matter as it is too sacred. I am plea...
Somerville Controversy Messrs Twyford and Overton Discuss the Question [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Somerville Controversy Messrs Twyford and Overton Discuss the Question To the Editor. Sir,-I had no intention of enter ing into the controversy regarding the Somerville Soldiers' lMemorial, but It has now reached a stage that I feel led, with your permission, to add my humble contribution to it. While I feel suro the promoters of the project are quite dincere in their convictions that the means being ad opted are quite sn hurmony with the object in view, I- would respectfully point out'that in nmy humble judge. ment the basis of their :ensoning is wrong. "Also a Loyallisf" speaks of the sacred regard the promoters have for the proposed memorial. More honor to them- I " On that point there seems to be a mutual agreement. But why not treat the matter ii its every aspect, in a saered wiay'? This seems to be the point of. contention. The statement that prncticnlly 'the whole of Australia is'ldopting similar me thods of raising funds for a like pnr nose can hardly he reoarded as sound ar...
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Repatriatioq Notes Returned. Soldiers are invited tc apply to this Committee for advice before entertaining busensss i ro posals of any kind. Those Soldiers and- Dependente needing assistance,' sustenance, &c.. are hereby notified that by personal application to any of the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may be btained :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, F. Johnaon, W. P. Mason, T. J. McMurtrie, a?, E,. Barrett. Employers are requested to. notify the. Committee of any, vacancy suitable for returned men. Persons having: Busipesses ,or Property, &c., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earn estly invited to communi.4 a partiao., lare to the Committe. Awaiting. Employment- 1 Grocer. E. BARETT, , Hon. Sec, Repatrition,, Frankst'n.,
Next Month's Census COUNTING THE PEOPLE. CENSUS 4th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Next Month's Census COUNTING THE PEOPLE. The second Conmmonwealth Cen sus will be- taken as at midnight be tween Sunday, 3rd April, and Mon day, 4th April. ,Prior:. to Sunday,- the. 3rd April, Census Collectors will. call at 'every house or canmp within Australia, dis tribltting Census' Slips. . They will explain tle nature and iimportance 'of the return's and .the. obligations .in posed by law; as advertised elsewchere ,in these, columns. : " 'On'"Monday, the 4th April,,lthe ac tual work' of collection will be comn zecnced. At. each ,place visited' the slips previou.sly left will- be. called 'for.' 'These slipss'arc: allinumbered, and'lthe collectors have record of then unlibcr of slips distributed.- As .all Census collectors have made a declaration of 'secrecy, it will be oieu of thcir :du ties to. help. those who, through, be-. ing illiterate, etc, are .unnable to- fill; in :their -slips. personally. , .' It-has- been. asked-Whly .does thec country 'ake-a iCensis? Foir,.many' iml...
Dairyman Heavily Fined [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
:Dairymaln Heavily Fined : A dairyman,; M. Curloy, of Carrum was proceeded'against at the Caulflield Police Coo't dn F, iday let fort alleg edly using soap to stop a lelak in his milk can, ansl with iaiialI uu aai? cn that was so dented that "it eould&imot. be properly cleaned, and ,wlth not having his can lid so\ fixed that;it could. not be removed without break inug the seal. Inspector.itewrrt itated that in a dint of the lid thickrhdirt could' be 'removed with the flago?.ani brown rust was floating on the top of the milk. ;Curley was found guilty, and fines inflicted amounted to'£6 10s and £3 costs. ..
Our Seaford Letter Carrum Vale Road and the Kananook Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Our Seaford Letter Carrum Vale Road ,and the Kananook Discussed. The completion of tile Van Good Shed on the down platform of thi local station will provide a very grea convenience for cbnsignees. This ins provcmcnt was very badly needed and although" it took over twelv months' agitation to get it, the Sea ford Progress Association 'deserve great credit in having the shed cree ted. A start is to lbe. made at an- earl, date .with the erection of the sulb station at Seaford. Already "thateria is arriving, and also daily inspection: by surveyors, engincers; etc.i mieasur ing. anid testini.. It is expected tlia by the e'nd of the month work or the stations will be in full "'swing There is sone. talk thait sand is tc be ptirchased from the local satne pits, and although -this seeins a ridiculous- rtumour,: it may be quite true. If'the structures to be erectec are of the sutate sizas at Meentone, Seaford will possess a fine btuilding. It looks very much itet if the Frank •ston line will b...
Easter Train Services [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Easter Train Services 'tartiug train to dly, a speoil tirenl service will operate an tiM Franketon liu.i during the hol.tdyb. Five epeiable wele added ototo d's e .ordinsty service,, whitst the Mrntiirsi" ton train. ran express to Frahked?fon and in twoo divisitijs. 'To -m.rrow, iepeuale will iave Flindeile Stre4i for FW'auk'stoa at $.3, 19.10, ani .2 .whilst ,the one -leeving at. 8.3 Ivil! make Cbrridm its terlt?.si , Thbre will also he a special fromi the .'ilty at 10.10 a .m on I\larch 20th, whilst oa March 25th and. 29th an. extra train at 2.35 from Melhiure .will beruin to Hastings aitd Stony: Point, retui?kuini at 6.30.jp.m, for the l'corventilce od those.who, dedire to travel by ýqel1,s Genista to Phillip Idsland. On those pays, the 11.30 a.ul trom fr ton` PoPint wil run nou-ttop fromn .Frinkston to Mo:rdi?llb?o and Gleihtlntly A stop pling ti qlis wlili tollo"w closly'~f:lbiy Frenkton.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Gibbons & Tyree, (LA'TE A.I, General Storekeepers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, SOMERVILLE, We Carry Large stocks Drapery, Groceries, Hard ware Boots & Shoes, Bran Chaff, Pollard,& all other Cereals. Local Agents for Coming Smith and Co.'s.s Manures. Law, Somnuer & Co.'s Seeds. Manchester Fire lnsurance Co. . Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailor Made Suits a Speciality. "FRANKSTON" DAIRY Fra ikston's Pure Milk Supply W. J. OAT ES Announces that ho has purchased the "Franukston" Dairy from Messrs Peebles and Strong ; also the business of Mr Scobel Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Pa6rm Customers may confidently rely on the purity and Highclanss Quality of the milk supply. Caws milked under strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scientific appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterbuck's Blackstone Oil Engines, Cliff'& Bunting's Chaitcnttars and Grain Crushers, &o Simplex b ...
Kitchen's Annual Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
itchei's Aiinual Picnic The employees CJ. .IKitchl S Son' Pty Ltd held thtlli" ?i.itil .'?ean.iati Frankston n S0id' diy pest it :.Two' special trains wert. otilised and about 700 people were present. The unsic-. iac'i Club On.hestra *wasinl ntte:=. dance, and the dany was deoeted to a lengthy progrumnne of sports. The parizea twere pre-entedo by Nr, W. J. *Kitchon atte close of the day, soand, as thi firm ~'aveo "£5i0, the tliireO Irr' ipale £60, with £52 frnc i thee e ployes, .good prizes were available. Besides Mr W. J. Kitcheu, Messrs F. W. and J. A. Kitihb':n werA amongst those. prqVeult, . ...
BEGINNING OF KRUPPS'. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
. BEGINNING OF KIRUPPB'. 'There is no doubt that England started Germany on her industrial S'ay, showed her the ropes, gave her the wrinkles, and generally treated her.as a good apprentice; but it is not generally knowi that Krupp him* self, the man who has enabled 'he Kniser to hold out so long, got his first capital in England. Alfred Krupp went to Birmingham in 1840 51ith an introduction to a great English firm of electroplaters from Dr. Siemens, and offered them an invention of his own for rolling the metal "blanks" from which forkn and spoons are made. Por once a German" invention-four it numt be said that the 'Germans 'have been good at utilizing but bad at initiat ing-turned out to be of use, and Krupp got £10,000 from the firm for his machine, With this money he returned to Germany, went to Essen, and there laid the foundation of the gigantic business which has. since become a menace to the whole world. Jinks : "That was rough on Davis. Rinks : "What'?" Jinks :"He stepped on...
Recasting Municipalities [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Recasting Municipalities Th&eMinister of Public Works, Mr Frank Clarke, has received more than a dozen petitions from various sour ces regarding the relcating'of imuni oipalities. A part of Moorabblu de. sires to be anunexed to.Mentone and Mordialloo ; Laugwarrin desires, to lesvo (iCanbouiruo and embr'a?e'Frank ston. and HI-Itilngs? whilst' lhe re-sub-I dlvisiou of thI" Frankston and Iuast ings Shlsro is also undar codlidera 'tion.' A public notice cinconehing. it IT punblished'in "'TihStandiird" to-day., Mr Clarke ha s Wluite a', sy timan of it, but the latter two, c?n earnlnug, Lauwanrrin Imid -Mt*Elizi,'+' may bli lnalised a iftr.the liolidayr.
PUNS AND PUNSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
PUNB AND PUNBTURS. r.o make a pun with nothing at all to work upon-is an exceedingly diM cult task, yet Ian Maclaren was given this problem once ,b one or, two fel low authors. He was given a certain length of time, and his companions naturally did4 nt., fail to let him know 'how. fast the minutes were slipping away. At last, Sir Hall Caine, who happened to be one of the group, struck in with, "Coma along, Maclaren, your time is nearly up." But this gave the latter the oppor tunity he desired, for quick as a lash came the awer : "Don't be in -ucli: a hurry, Caine." (Hurricane.) Charles Lamb, who was rather fond of whist, once noticed that 'his par tnlr's hands were distinctly on the shady side. That called for the fol lowing remark : "My word, partner. if dirt were trumps,.what a hand you would have I"
Fruit Act Offences [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Fruit Act ''Offences At the'Districf' Court, MCibOLii-ne, or :Thiirday: iist,' tvo Balnarring fruitgrovers,- and a -.Tyabb. grower, were tinid £5, with costs for various offences. against the Fruit 'Act. ;'One' Pearcedale grosvor was fined £3 and costs, svhilt orcl;idists fr'om Hurst 'lridge; Diamoni : Creek,. Burwood, Ringaeod,: Kyabram and- Ferri Tree Gully were sinlilarly fined. -
WORLD-WIDE NOTES. FADS OF THE FAMOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
WORLD-WIDE NOTES. _FADS OF THE FAMOUB. -Dickelns was tfod of wearing gaudy jewellery, and the clanking of his numerous gold chains announced his coming while he was yet some great distance . away. Longfellow hnd a weakness for' flowered waistcoats, and he possessed marny of gorgeous pattern and colour, whilst Bacon was -very fond of fine clothes, and spent much of his leisure in devising new costumes for Court occasions. Domitian spent a great part of his leisure in catching flies and piercing them through with a needle. Queen Elizabeth was very profane, and when angry would kick and cuff her maids. Queen 'Victoria shared the common superstition about salt. She would reprimand any guest who was unfor tunate enough to spill it, sad throughout the remainder of the meal she would - be -disturbe4 and in ill-humour.
Motion Picture Notes Anita Stewart's Most Remarkable Picture THE EDUCATION OF THE CHILD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
SM tion Picture otes :ii . Anit Stcwart"s Most Remarkable Picture '5:i;: ===:"?®> THE EDUCATION OF THE CHILD e'' locial pilctro,, "The Edutca tion ofte Child,"''. featurlug tile CholarIs of the IState School, Fraulcks. ton, will -e- seroreeil at. t?e Maoehtil? Ices'. Iutitute;...Franketon,. uxt Wod neosivy'ssght;"It ieorePniatel that the llhotdrgt phtr ltiA? mild ii flne pi'cture, and the embryo a1iry Pickfdids ind ' Wal lie Reid are rovery nxious to see thoiei6ve sih' tlo'e movies. In eill pr.a liaibitt; 'tlih Diector of itslutatdn UP TO-DAT RELElVSES 1 :Jt any interest those ,ho allege that thlio peturks featured at the.lto cal Picti'res are not' late reloeaes to knov that Edith Dity's "OChldret_ Not"" Wnted"" was,- two weeks ago, sceroned...at. the -Majestic .'Theatre; .Brisbane. Woi.re -.Kerr?igin's '.Throe SGordon" was screened utBriababic's Strnd i'de Lure at thesme thihe.ns W were' pretty cl?ei' fto Brisibano with those pltittree, at any rite. WYNDHIM STANDING Wyolliahist ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Hot XKduns Easter 1tti~ ~ ~ y .•:F1 ..fr . .. . . ." . .1 ' i ,.II Iced and Decorated Cakes, Etc. ..... 1 . • , A. T. Walters'r Baker Fraksto Commonwvcattb f. anuk Biutralia itAD OFFlOn RYDO'l. OPEN FOR ALL CLASBES OF 'General' Banking Business In the Prlncipll Cities and Towps of AustrAlia and Rabaul (NewBritain); London (S). Savings Bank Department At all trrlqchon, and Savings DaEnk Agencies at 2802.9olt (?fl?eel through ou /utrIHIr?It, A.n"l nt 31:1pua New BrtaSin, Solomo,h add other elands o/the Pactlr a S i email@example.com ,.poIts up to £1,000. , S3o Intsat on Amountsll over 61,000 up to $.t1,0,. "" JAMES KELL, Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.Ip.O., .puty Governor Jnly K*. 1924 . vernor Boots and Shoes BELL BROS !Successoor to A. Sulivaun) The Pliae to ptrchl1o high-oln1s Foot ware of iiay style require( d it the low-: est price. We do not offer cheap foot ware, but good footwari cheap. Siand shoe 'for the beach at prices tosalit Ill.: Bring your repairs -we are rapid, neat J andeltenctive.....
Easter Tuesday Dance [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Easter Tuesday DRance .Next Tuesday ight. a;danilce vili eventuate at the Mehanince' Institute, Frainkston :.The objectiyo is a laund able oe vthe raising of fuinds todns slat the Royal.Victoriah liih(itut for the Blind--so the dance "saould.dipor both financially anud socially?eucdesa fil: ..Thise'cretar., Ir Max?k Briody, hasl eft c th15 to be deaIred. in the way of arranugemneta, whilst the nu sie ivill.be supplied by Rimmer.'s Or obestra,; spoially. engaged forlthe night.
The Week's Epitome A Summary of Events of Local Interest The Easter Holidays [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
TJhe Week's Epitome A Summary of Events of Local Interest The 'Easte Holidays , rThe -Easter holidays start' to-mor row. Already ia groat many viitors avu.arrived at F'rnkston-Osborne oloe, i'rrikt'ori ii ouie, a- d dithe rest all having full qnotas Tha qIa r.lios pleasure resoiti ilong thbe.banv ilde to'.Sorirento aid' Portseae:nn4 t. COois .FFlTndera s and §'auni saj W on te ..Westernportf eideo reopotifi'drge 'n'itulea ofEEatortide totiists .Bhbould the-vwbatioir' be nbtiunsociublia B ore-. irytini?"thuold be s;'pent biy the'holi -lay-annkers amuidt the mauifpid beaiu ties.of tle Penfhiula. . , ?. ,, ... ; ' . _ .. . :? ,i. E, L 7