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MRS. MARY ANN BAXTER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

MV1RS. MARY ANN BAXTER Mrs. Mary Ann Baxter died on August 11 at the age of 89 years. She and her husband were early settlers in the Drouin dis trict. Three daughters and two sons survive her. The 'funeral took place on August 15 to the Drouin Cemetery, where her hus band was buried about six years ago. Rev. A. Briggs read the burial service. Messrs Hector Gamble and Son conducted the funeral.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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The Standard SPORTING ROUNDUP [?]BALL [?] PENINSULA [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

S1 PORTING wIutiIiII. IIa II £1 a1111 " - h D 7 ann su|115u? um ml II|J IIIIIJI UImIIIHI mU m ml munn lllll IIII II I ul l lll Illllltlllll tlln uml?i* |I NINSUL a the result; t Saturday emi-fi1al. 24 behinds 7 goals It i-final Re goals 13 be 20 behindls, oals 13 be M1ATCHES ington, at emi-final. Sorrento. einail. Inarrig at

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EDUCATION WEEK CELEBRATIONS AT FRANKSTON HIGH SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

EDUCATION WEEK CELE;BRAT[9 AT'- 4?fNI N SCHOOL Some of the scholars who engaged in folk dancing display. -Gbrdon Lindsay Picture.

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

A SURE WINNER FOR SEAFORD" :'. ITHE RENOWNED. S"THOROUGH-BREAD" BAKER E. C. NICHOLS HAS NOW AC'QIRED THE S.EAFORD BAKERY ' DUCOING, INDUSTRIAL PAINTING, PANEL-BEATING AND WELDING CDONUE BY SEx-Paint Superintiendent General Motors Holden' (With Holdens 22 Years, QUALITY GUARANTEED FRANKSTON CAR SALES 54 DANI)NONG ROAD 'Phone: F'kston 55 H'.. J. ROGERSON 14 DAVEY STREET, FRANKSTON'G BUILDING' SUPPLIER WASHED CONCRETE SAND, BLUESTONE, SCREENINGS, GARDEN SOILGRAVEL, ETC:, HARDWOOD AND RED GUM 000000000oooo00000ooooooo00000000000000ooooooooo0000000' I PT NOW CITRUS - SHRUBS, */ , AND SEEDLINGS r! 'FRUIT TREES j H. -T. HILL NURSERYMAN 'AND SEED MERCHANT S36 YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON. F'ston 730. '.Lg JUL'a 00 0 00 0 0'a 0 0 o 0 0 u Uo 0 ( ~JiU.JSSiJ!JL0ci 2LLUULu THE FRIENDLY PHOTOGRAPHER SGQRDON LINDSAY SCOMMERCIAL - GENERAL - Specialist in Child Studies .STUDIO - 13 DELL ROAD, FRANKSTON (Acrbss dianb'ourne Road Bridge) Phore: F'ston 735 W RUBBER STAMPS 0 OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS MADE TO ORDER ...

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

TIONS VACANT f Al RAFJ CORPORATION PTY. LTD. - " ' E T5E SERVICES OF: First-class Machinsts --;.. NMachinists r- Grinders and. nel Beaters - Polishers - ors - Process Workers -' rs Welders - Sheet : s - Spray Painters - rs -Electroplaters, etc. :. SS OF WORK UNDER THE SSIBLE CONDITIONS IE COMI'ANY'S MA-NY ACTIVITIIS,. BEIINS D?NI) PLANT A4I. ne Ae-o.Engine Manufacture - Aircraft anufacture of Aircraft Engine Parts - arn" Aircraft - Aircraft Overhaul anc:l Goctor-GSs Eody Assembly - Vitreuusl Bath Manufacture, etc. RSON TO: ,LOYIENT OFFICER, ,: ND, PORT MELBOURNE ne MXY, 770, ext. 246 ; _*************************** * OOD PRODUCTS. Require D PROCESSING -FACTORY HWAY, MOORABBIN sitabo. I rs, Ply. nkston. erience 1 work ay St., lquiretd 1 ottico oik 'k. with itne in II, ring eant to Watson ein St.. I ewor, I Mrs. ephone lencedl uired Wear. Street, 54. oning es of also basis usual. also .Apply! a. r 16. goon I ad on if tchie's liable. 74 122. G cell OR its an. D the ough. iate. Post ble,...

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BLAZING STUMP MILKMAN CALLS BRIGADE OUT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

SLAZING STUMP, 1RII 101%N CALLS 13l1I(3Il)f OUT A milkman on his rounds at 6;55 a.m. on Saturdayz1ioticed; a. tree stump blazing fiercely In Cranbourne Rd., at. the cornor of Tahies' St... -: As the prevailing Wind rendered the fire dangerous to surrounding.g prolperty, the milkman gave the alarm. The Frankston Fire Bri gade: turned out and subdued the flames before any.damage was done. - the centre of the floor, to where.. Mr. Ryan was waiting before the stage. Then followed the equally beautiful flower-girls, Dale Hark--: ness and Barbara Schlipalius. Lovely Debutantes. The 13 . debutantes. looked charming as they paraded before Mr. Ryan, M.H.R., and they won keen admiration from the large gathering. Debutantes who took part. and their partners, were: Janet Saw yer and Ken Pullen; Pat Tongue and Tony Main: Eileen Leslie and Ron Binks: Hazel Jones and Sam Currie; Lila Brew and Bob Brew; Margaret McGinnisken and Bruce. Luxford; Diana Davis and Laurie Arnold; Gwenelda Mor gan and Wal...

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EX-SERVICE LEAGUE ANNUAL BALL Social Triumph at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

EX-SERVICE Mi1 NNUAL BAL Social Triumph at Frankston "Thle Ball of the Year" in Frankston was the Alnlual Ball conducted by the League of Ex-Servicemen and Women (Frazlkston Sub-Branch) at the Mechanics' Hall, on Friday night. Mr. R. Ryan, M.II.R., received 13 beautiful debutantes, who were seen and admired by more than 350 dancers ~nd onlookers. The Ball was a social triumph, and reflected great credit on the organising secretary. Miss Nancy Grice, and Mrrs. Martin, who trained the debutantes. The hall was brilliantly decor ated with. bunting, with flowers and greenery round the walls and stage, while the entrance for the debutantes and their partners, and the page and flower-girls, was a beautiful floral bower with latticed gate. of flowers, and red, white and blue. streamers. The appearance of the first do butante was spectacularly pre ceded by tiny Johnny Angel, and his lovely equally diminutive partner, Glennis Schlipalius, whc made a very pretty picture as they promenaded slow...

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SELECTIONS F[?] (Prior to[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

SELECTIOs (Prior b Sandhurst I PARILLAT REGULAR HIATUS .. Chesterfild SENT IE,\i RIVER HER SPOOR Emiigham CHICQUITh SYRIAN S?L ON TIME Anniversary NEW CAS BLACK BE? BINNIA GB J. J. Liston p UNGAR.. CARBON C SAXONY .. Anglerey I STAMEN r COLOUR GAY DONs? MIILE END. SENTIMEaT-.

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About Racing Fe[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

About Racing B Adelaide- trainer, George; Jes ser, is due back in Melbourne to day with a string of horses com prising. Beau Gem, "Royal Gem,. Solar Gem, Coast Patiol. and. the useful handicapper' Pennali. The horses, as usual, will be sheltered .at, Des McCormick's ,tables. George has had outstand ing success with the 'Gem" horses on previous visits here. He reports that' his team on-this trip. are fit and well. George has hopes of- -Beau Gem - winning one* of, the Cups for him.- The chestnut's ::full brother,... Solar Gem, is" the two- year-old, :of French.Gem's progeny - and is reporte-d,.to have inherited the family spedd. The "Gems" will be riddenh in their Melbourne: races by Sydney jockey, W; ("Billy"') Cook. Former Sydney jockey, E. (Ted) Swinton, who transferred to Melbourne a couple of months ago, has been back in.-his home town for three weeks: He went back to be married, and spent his honeymoon there.. Ted and his bride -returned to Melbourne a few days ago, and are:livi...

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The Standard Punters' [?] Ungar May Have Edge on Carbon Copy. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

BY PARKW . uuuwmi mýý ý .. Ungar MSay Have E::ge on Carbon Copy. At time of writing, it is intend ed to start Carbon Copy in the J. J. Liston Stakes at ielmington on Saturday,; ini preference to the Chesterfield, Handicap. Ungar -is . a certain starter in the mile race, and if he and- Car bon Copy do clash, the race 'may develop into a m'tch bet-.ven them, with that good mare, Sax ony, likely to do best of the oth ers engaged.. Ungar may. just have the 'drop on Carbon' Copy. He has raced throughout the winter, and is as fit nnw ash lh ever could' be, whereas-the chestnut will be hav-: ing "his first start since the Autumn,; and' will need a raci 'or two before he is back to'his best. This doesn't' mean that Carboli Copy could not win Saturda"-'s race. His class is well-known, and how often have we seen first class stayers winning sliort dis tant races first up after a spe!l! Comic Court was a typical ex ample of that at Moonee Valley last Saturday. He was not great ly fancied by his...

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

PAGE '8.-THEL 51AiýUAR1L, iiiuiUawy, ýubý ý.ý rr / HAVING SPARE PARTS S gmhomsen Bros. Chelsea Garage, S Chelsea 153 CARRY A COMPREHENSIVE RANGE .OF PARTS FOR ALLi POPULAR CARS AND TRUCKS TR'I OUR SPARE PARTS DEPARTMENT F.OR . COURTEOUS AND EFFICIENT ATTENTION. Good Stock of. Tyres 24-Hours,,Engine Change and Accessories _ ' over Service on Chevrolet. Ford, International. - iVilrH~~rss·'h~~-·c~ SEWING MACHINE SERVICE DEPOT, All types of sewing machines repaired. "6 YOUNG .ST., F'RANRSTON Phone 494 Weekly visits' throughout PeninsulL FENCING 5ft. PALINGS" ERECTED Or Materials only. M. ROWSTON. 81 FEWSTER RD., HAMPTON. XW3556. CHIROPODIST MISS P. POWER O.S.I.S.P. London, P.S. P.C. Vie. For all foot complaints - Corns, Calleous, Bunions, Nail Affections, Papillomas, Etc. 440 MELBOURNE ROAD, Visits Patients. FRANKSTON 643 'FRANKSTON . MECHANICS' LIBRARY New and Up-to-rate Books "Subscrintion- " 10/- year; 2/6 quarter - Free Reading Room - HOURS: 9.30 a.m. to 12 DAILY TENNIS CLASSES COMM...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

A STUDY IN EXPRESSIONS rr watched the proceedings at r 3 play. Leading Stoker VIRGN and Leading Awho lent moral support to the S! -G?

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

Sensational NEW Holland , SEMI-RACING CYCLE. Ideal for " Schoolboy 0 Tourist or S Workman Amazing Value at Nasy to Pedal . .. lhter In weightA con pletely fitted with ALUMINIUJM spear point . ;p Ter.iJ :i gards, two brakes and clutch, tools bag ' and panTp, toe clips and straps. 6/ Weekly_ ; NORM. MORRIS, 48 WELLS: ST., FRANKSTON:"; ;· ·i SREADS "': OUR jj l AUCTIONS GLEN IRIS . Gil WEDNESDAY, '7th SEPTEMBFI ON THE PROPERTY No. 1644 HIGH STREE ONE MINUTE- FROM TRAMAI W.B. RESIDENCE 6 LARGE ROOMS, HALL. BATHROOJ01 CGARAGE; LAND. 60' x 160' - Lawns, p Title Certificate - Terms Cash- Su? WM. H. HARRISO OPPOSITE STATION, GLEN IRIS PHILLIPS & NICHOL MORDIALLOC' FORTHCOMING AUI SAT., 27th AUG., 11 A,M. - Mbd. Brk:Yi Bath Street, Chelsea, Burke & . and H. A. Sill & Sons, of Ch.ell SAT.,: 10th SEPT., 2 P.M. - New Sutf Jack Road, Cheltenham, and ? St:ee , Cheltenham. Under'inl:d Luxmore. Burke & Scott, of C' SAT., ;24th-SEPT., 11 A.M. - 1 LotP' Cheltenham,. Un...

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Education Week in Frankston Interesting Public Days at High and State Schools [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

Education Week in Frankston Interesting Public Days at High and State Schools "Education Week" passed off very successfully in Frankston last week, when interesting -and educational programmes were arranged- for the benefit of the many parents and other visi tors to both schools on. Public Day. -HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMME c ..At the High School .all schol ars were' assembled outside, where proceedings- began with s the National Anthem, followed by " the singing of the School An them. Next followed a parade by s the School Cadet Corps. Forms III. and IV. (mixed classes) sang "Rolling Down to Rio" and "Old Man River." The Boys' Pihysical i Education Group gave a fine " demonstration. r Spectacular features of the High. School proceedings were folk dances in costume by the 0 girls. Dances were: Irish Jig, F Austrian Peasants' Dance,. Straw Cutting, Dutch Folk Dance, and e Scotch (Dashing White Sergeant). f The musical programme con- 1 ,Luded with, the massed singing.v of "The Best School of...

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Rover Scouts' Diary From Norway Moot [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

Rover Scouts' Diary rom i orway Moot (By KEN CAMERON and DICK ALLCHIN) On Friday, the British conting ent left Gilwell Park,'. and pro ceeded to Imperial Headquarters, and from there we proceeded to Victoria Station, where we caught a train to Dover. We left Dover at 6 "o'clock, and it 'was great to see the white cliffs and the ships which had been ground ed .on the treacherous Goodwin Sands: We arrived at Ostend at 9.30. And caught a train en oute to the 'Moot. What a train! Hard wooden seats and solid backs; you cane. probably imagine the groans when the boys saw them. After settling down, we attempt ed to get soine sleep-two on the floor, two on the seats, and two in the passage. We slept reason ably well, at least until awaken ed by the Belgian Passport auth orities at 4 a.m., and again 'by the Gei'man authorities at 5.30 a.in., and, believe me there were 'some :funny sights. German': Towns -Fliattened. Our trip through Germany was very interesting,; the countryside was very .ni...

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MORNINGTON CIVIC CENTRE (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

LMORNINGTON CIVIC CENTRE .(To the. Editor.) `.Dear'-Sir ?-On the question of he: Mornington. Civic Centre, fhich is at. present concerning he Councillors, it seems to me hat the ratepayers should have deciding voice. It appears to be taken for ranted' by 'the Council that the atepayers wrant a Civic Centre, !ud that the' only matter to bej ecided'is its position, and wheth"i r one architect is to get one hun ired guineas or a competition l ost ng,£500 be held. The exeicellent suggestion was made that' the rate payers decide he matter :by plebiscite. I completely 'agree with the rýdposal -.?rith this addendum: iat the- :.rate payers be asked rhether they w?ant their Civic leitae or -any part .of it before he otlowring -~rgenat works: (1) The installation of a mod ern: comfport station con ,.veuient y and centrallY1 (2)_ '' i na a ond 5 rage (3) The construction It is mOYP immediate at taken of t grant of to the coOstiOC station.-I0°n r00REHC3D.

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SEAFORD[?] NOT CR[?] FOOTBALL[?] WRITES TO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

FOOT8AU WRITES TN a After the t "Standard's - letter was a: t Ellis (prle I. ball Club) 2 warranted a his ten, a Svious bIsu headed 'So Ellis alast his Club S Depot ream - after thatr ' for the sa r ways glneadt visitina tie tihe Depot al men, and ad that Seatoi all easet of returned sires to entertainent club room! players ara Steludes by has taken Sto as '` - lection on tThe 'S' high opt players. cricket, as The pan not direld ford Club t nott mnel at all, Id was tirtitu \ee.n. thatd els antl tion to at convivialli ing. It Sreader:s t ine 0t.' t"photo~bah [meaninga tknor eal I thalt if d Stiled i In hby anya it enill deo noer in f be satiti iois stich has beesdi

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(To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 25 August 1949

.-:.To. the Editor) - Sir,-I desire to make:request' for an allotment of spac.e in your paper to correct a very grievous misrepresentation by your 'corre spondent,"- Mr.. A.. A. :Besant, in 'The Standard" dated. August 18 inst.; in making the following statement: in reference to 'rating at Prahran: .'But how many know, it- (Prahran) is on the N.AV,.;Rat: ing, :and, with Ia, rate of. 111 fin the £;,,has -the lowest rate ;in, the metropolitan .area." It is to be hoped this claim 1b3 Mr. -"esant was made ...in good faith; but- In any case I will set myself to disprove it. - :The following information Ws collated. in. 1949 by a :representa tive, of r the Melbourne .."Herald"' working on: an assignment to 'as certain- hIow :increased miunicipal working costs affected- the rates :of various -municipalities in -:.tie. . Greater 1Melbourne area,' and hliis relevant findings were as follows: Lowest: U.L.V. - IKew--Rates reduced from 5.125d. to 4;'Sdi-in.:: the £. -N.A.V.-IBrigh ton :.2/ iin ...

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

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

S AND SPORTS GOODS SHOP 1?.1.I THE BIG STOCK. FRANKSTON Phone 450. c io t~ fiug, but only icL good, tailor Scanm renew yours" VASIE & CO. S elCtlelllen, s Tailors alid Dress Clothes - da tleave AUSTRALIAN -and. ENGLISH sts haterial to renew from 30 years' experience In Class Trade ACH ST., FRANKSTON Phone 860 D'S DAY S NO "PROBLEM" AT re for Men' EA AND FRANKSTON. e of TIES, SOX, BRACES, to Choose: ? SHIRT, SPORT SHIRT, or PYJAMAS,. uld rather a new pair of SLACKS or , a SPORTS. JACKET. . * 4 FORGET DAD; father's Day, , 4th Septelnaber AND SHOP AT I s' Store for Men nkston and Chelsea. , FIBROUS PLASTER r UFACTURING CO. VRNICES AND PANELS DIEDIATE DELIVERY. Sheets Available), .A ,': ' ECT OUR STOCKS STREET, BALACLAVA , HONE: LF 1933 . RING TYABB. 262 for PANEL BEATING AND DUCOING , :/ - HOODS =-BOWS% -UPHOLSTERY.-'. B CAR SALES STIN CARS, TRUCKS, UTIL:TIES *.... Rests, Registration Disc Holder, Number Sil, Riding Tuition, Delivery to YourL Ariel, A.J.S., Triumph, Velo; cette...

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