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CONCERT AT CRIB POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
CONCERT AT CRIB POINT.. A concert ini aid of ,:-tht~ e-Stale School Recreation Reserve was -re cently held'at Crib Point, anld pro'ied as enjoyable as it was successful, the profit being £12. Amongst those who contributed'to- the programme -ivere: -Messrs. Vic. Gallaghar, A. Otfcr, H. Wright, McLarcn, T. Allen,: W. Allen, J.. Cairnichael, R. McKone; F. Rayment,' A Wilianisdn, 'Mrs. ItH Wilsoh, Mises"Peterson;. V.- Romeo, S. Emmins, Jean Campbell, Webster, and Nellie Tolson. Mr. J.- Chalmers presided, and the Hastings Brass Band rendered sclections.
FOOTBALL Frankston Club Meets Mr McCulloch President New Officials Appointed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
FOOTBALL Frankston Club Meets Mr McCulloch President New Officials Appointed The annual meeting of the Frank eston Football Club was held last Wednesday evening. The 'Preiedent (Mr E. J. Parker) occupied thechair. The balance sheet showed :--Re ceipts, £186 Os lid; expedditure, £182 10s 2d; credit balance, £3 10s 7d, The secretary (Mr A. L. Aitken) was complimuented on his work during1 the season. - The following otllce-bearers were elected . Preeldant: Mr i. J;- McCulloch Vice.Presidents: Cr Oates and Mr J. A. Cameron Secretary: .Mr W. Cain Treasurer: Mr (..Willoxr Committee : Moesrs A. Shannon, E, lcComub, W. Gregory, U. Twietinig and A. Gamble. Delegatee: .Messr?ae,McCullnch and Cameron A stitemnent weas' presented by Miss Grogory, aecei'try of.the Acuident Fund Committee, showinug receiupts £77I78 6d:; expondttute, £29 13d, II; credit at the ,aiik, £48 3s 7d. The Presidout thanked cMliss Gro gory for the.conrteey showii in sut. mitting the etatement,' and it was denided thmut a ...
Electric Light Scheme Power from Quarry for Frankston and Mornington [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Electric Light Scheme tower from Quarry for Prankston and Mornington A proposal to utilise the power at the Mooroodue quarries to gencrate electricity for the lighting of Frank ston and Mornington was mentioned at the monthly meeting of the coun cil of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings on the 3rd inst. The dis cussion took place "in committee,' and the "Standard" was not at liberty to rcfer to the matter at that stage. A week later the Morning ton Council held its meeting, when the question was discussed and fully reported in the Mornington paper. The idea of utilising the power at. Moorooduc is not a novel one. The Shire President and Cr. Oates both hinted at the possibility some months ago, but it remained for Cr. Grif ieth to bring the proposal definitely before the council on the 3rd inst., when it was resolved to ask the Mornington Council to . meet the Frankston and Hastings Council in conference to discuss the question. It was this invitation that pro duced a long discussio...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
To the Editor. Sir,- -lIayf ;ask the'lavor of space In your widely birculatod journal to make a little comment regarding the Bowling Green. A'good bowler will always allow for bias on the bowl and a great deal extra for the prejudih e against the tennis court plot. whigh, to the unbiaessed mind, is the more favorable position. I have heard a great deal of both sides of the ques tion and have come to an unbilssed conclusion that the above position is on neutral ground and huder the dir ect gaze of our wonderful road trattic and would be an oroamental ion and asset to the town, and an enticement Wta class of folk living close to the town who otherwise- pass liight through. In regard to the other osi- , tion, which inight suit certain prop erty owners, .I would not mind my self. but I do not own any property up that wuyl Some time ago, certain individuals were favorably inclined to the first, mentioned. position, but now they have altered their tune why? The only way to get anything do...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
PERSONAL. Mtfsrs. Geo. Manley (Glenrowan) and, Lowerson '(Myrtleford) Inst week visited Frankston for the pur pose of purchasing building allot ments here. Mr. J. B. Jolly desiros to acknow ledge the following donations to the Ragged Boys' Hone, Frankston: Mr. Ladson (Beecltworth), 10/-; Mr: D. Barry (Albury, N.S.W.), 3/-; total, 1/-.. •
The Standard. THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1921. Local and General News. ILLNESS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1921. Local. and Genbram News. We regret to state that ?Ir Charles Hunter, the President of the Seaford Progress Association, is again laid aside with illness. In expressing a word of sympathy, we trust Mr Hunter will be speedily restored to health. SOMERVILLE SPORTS Niext Saturday, a picnic and sports meeting will take place at Somer ville, The president and secretary respectively, Mr and Mrs Goo Shep herd, assisted by an enthusiastic committee, have a good programme worked ont, and a large district con tingent is expected from Frankston, Pebrcedsle, Crnubourne, Hastings, Baxter, Mooroodue and elsewhere. The proceeds are in aid of the Som erville Soldiers' Memorial-a worthy object, meriting the tangible support of all ptriotic people. ELECTRIC LIGHT SCHEME As we go to press this (Thursday) afternoon, the Mornington-Shire and the Frankaton & Hastings Shire Coun cilsare sitting In conference in con nection with the joint eleottib llght soleme referred to e...
Mornington Recreation Ground. Gymkhana [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Mornington Recreation Ground. Gym khana in aid of funds to make necossars improvements to above will be hold in Alexaudra.Park (Football Ground) on Easter Monday., MARCH 28, 1921, Commencing at One o'clock. NOTE-This Time will be Strictly Adhered to. PROGRAMME. Best Equestrienne Turnout. First One Guinea. Entry ls Besa Lady's Hack. First One Guinea Entry ls. Draught Horse Trot. First: One Guinea. Entry-la Best Child's Pony, 14.0 au.;, to be ridden by child. First lO0a d. En try 1s Best Pony Over Hurdles. First One Guinea. Enthy l Flag 'and Barel Race. First One Guinea. Entry le _ iusical Chais. First One Guinea. Entry Isa Tilting the Ring. "First One Guinea. Entry1s - Best Jumping Horse or.- Pony. First One Guinea. Entry.'s" .., : .. Potato Race. First One aGuione. Entry ls . :~ Hunters' Plate- (open). First One Guinea. Entryle ' - : Hnnters' Plate (Ladies). First One Guinea. Entiryla Bending Race. First One Guinea. Entry sla Walk, Trot and Gaillop. Prize One Guinea. Entry ls Draugh...
The Bowling Green Dispute The Editor Discusses the Question [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
The Bowling Green Dispute The Editor Discusses the Question T EDITORIAL. Tho Shire Counci uat its • next meeting, to be held at Franketon. will probably devote some time in endeavoring to ascertain its position in connection nvith foreshbre admiuis-. tration, Recent developments indi -cate that tahere is plenty of oonu for 'investigation in relation to this matter. L~as, month' the Frankston Bowling Club, in perfect good faith, submitted en application to thoCouu: cil for permission to- use portion of the' foreshore resorrVo asea bowling green. The Conuncil, with eqd?il seriousness, considered the -petition, and after investigation, to make cer tain that the existing access to the beach was not being interfered with, acceded to the club's requeet. The only :councillors voting in opposition were Crs- Oales and Wells, ofethe Frankston Rtiding. Just' prior to this a similar request was received j from- Long Island Progress Asseoia. tien. This. few body aought .a per . mit to place a ie...
Stanley M. Bruce, M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Stanley M. Bruce, M.P. .An e.ichage statxch e th at Ciaptain Stanley M. Bruce, M.P., of Franlk s?on, who is now visiting England, is likely to succeeid Sir Joseph Cook as "Treahurer of the .Coiimonwe'alth. Mr Bruce is the reresenrititive of. Flineius;i ckrctorate in thFe Federal iP?iliament. aind is a memlbe;tol heid Flinders Laie.'fiii, Pitesrson, Laing and Br·le Pty. Ltd. , .dBorn;at Mel. bouran 40 .vears.ago. lie as eduante U a?t.the ,lelbourine Grairimar SchodI, andi the Cambrige Uuiversity where he lwii.a champion athlete. Hwas wounded -ia Gallipoli, and ? wears- a Miiitiiry.C'ri6ns. n fiis bheast.-. r-.:
Accident at the Quarries [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Accident at the Quarries At the Moorooduc. Stone Quarries on ,londay,. on employee, hMi Charles Darcey, ,had e:a narrow escape, from death: He ewas ;ridiug on a.truck which was .conveying stone fromrthe quarry fac' to the breakers, when the wire ropey controlling the. vehicle enitplied." ·.Tbe :truck immediately gathered- momentum' snd seped 'down thei incline at a terrific speed.. -Boforo It reached- the tottom, .-Mr Dareey sprung-to. the ground aud.in so doing, struck his cheat against astump. He was very badly shaken, but sppears otherwise to have escaped serious [injury; .
Our Somerville Budget [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Our Somerville Budget The Preabyterians celebrated their annual Harvest Festival on Sunday last, the special preacher for the oo ocslon being the Rev. Hugh Jones, of Ormaond, wrh. preached appropriate and eloquent sermons, both afternoon and evening. The subject in the evening was, "'For VWe are Laboreis t eothei with God," and was lieter?: to?ttentively by a large congregation. iThe dleplay of fruit, &c, was very good, and has been sent to one of the Homes connected with the dlenomin ation The friends of Miss Rene Tinkler will be pleaied to learn tl'at she is recovering, though slawly; from her recent severe Illness. She has been attended b-r r Hartridge, of Morn ington,: nd is. under the carewOf a trained: agree.. .Aner?. enjoyable and well contee. t·e4gamoeroforlaket between Peare dalee d 8someavilla? 'iobewms (held isq th* Lakon- Saturdary gfireoadz li i:ri en' Somerville wo Wi 1O- wuia 4lkn i Tj 'visitors were ,ipitined by Mr E. Hillman and the locals by Mr C. Eloke. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Established 188 : 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 26th 192I ANITA STEWART in The Fighting Shiepherdess Supporting Programme includes ALICE JOYCE in S SLAVES OF PRIDE Dainty& Bright ! THE 'Gum Leaf'"~ Cake Tea Rooms, Cakes Under New Management Frankston House Buildings BAY STREET, FRANKSTON. Home-Made Scones and Cakes. Morning and Arternoon Tea Light Luncheon. Misses G. & I. Joles Mrs Gertrole Dodd D. DODD (late Royal A' dForce). tOpposite Frankaton Railway Station) Young Strent, Frankston FOR High-Class Drapery and Mill inery, fnest 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 stock of boys" hats trom 2i, men's fa shion and workingshirts and trousers (agents for the Osh Kosh work...
£300 Damages Awarded [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
£300- Damages Awarded Robert John Ingram, chrrier, Point Nepean, Road, Chelsea, was awarded £300 damages and costs against the Railway Department by Judge Wodinaraki on Friday last, in consequence of an accident at the level crossing near Seaford on 16th July, 192:. Ingram sued fir £499 damages. He said he.was personally injured in the accident, one horse was hurt and had to be destroyed,, the.. waggon and part of its contents were damaged.: . It, he eaid, cost him £18 15s for waggon re pairs, £4 is 6d for replacing a stove he was carrying, £15 15s doctor's fees, and £2 2s veteritiary fees, whilst he lost £24 in wages, £12 through keep lng his horses idle, and the horse that had to be destroyed was valued at £20. The accident,. he alleged, was due to the carelessness of defendant's ser vants in backing a train without giv ing warning. The defendants denied negligence and Imputed contributory negligence to Ingram. A stay of se ven days was granted.
Playne Street Neglected To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
l'ayne Street Neglected T. o. the Editor Sir, n vyorti.rissiie -of- the [8th inst. t is inaerestia.atg "aotea f'1t the shire engLineer reportcd 'liavring l? etal led: this.?road .antd that. Fbr. 331ydars a' lave . i?iidered .whteth}er Playne street is. iii., this. shiire; or o' o of. it, nt?dth?e'oni ; idence "=of, it :acing in l?his shire ..is thea retgpi~r.delitae'ry of the- rate :tuotics; :biota,,htat. "Playtac street resat eidenits ar ;ving,rates for 'tilh?y t??ce yet *to Icarn,as;s ,itt-is rvi dH nt'tlic .im oney ithat 'isg', i O ; ai ,beings ' tCiltOn roads wiahcdrc the trailtf'c is itrietical,' nil :;: Evidently ;thealhre engirtieer f ias not naoticedf;thc`condai tion :of ..'tha iien stri eet, :0o 'l ;*i. dtL. et or has contsadered it tinseorthay of-tis at tentitoni., Of all the sireets.in?Frapk stoC ths. is, thg one ;tti'it~arri t ?fhe ieasaicst t tte,t cttha taas o ittd'tht "lehst autci.tton. 1 ?at?a satrd I Beatwil se stia ported'iP.heI ,x?tl'-?ail a athai.,iitjas" tatigh ...
NOTIFICATION TO COMMONWEALTH ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
7NOTIIICATION O .COMAMON W'iEA LTI iELECTORS In view of the 'forlthcoming census, the readjustment of reiresenttation; and the redistribution of electorates which will follow thereon,-.the. Conimonwealth electoral adtministration driws special attention to the obligation imposed: by :law upon electors who -have changed their places of liying so as to.become qualified for re-enrolment. Alle;lectors concerned,-who have not already, lodged fresh clainis for enrolment wit ihe pro per registrars must'do so it nosce; other wise action will betiaken by ithe division al returning officers. without delay to put in force tle -comptilsory irovisions of the Act under which failure 1by1an elector involv'es a pcnalty of. 10/- for atfirst of fence aiid h2 for-ain su?seqtient'offence. Forms.of claim are 'oitainable at any post office. They are all going. Where? To the- benefit dance ..for ,the; Blind Institution on Easter Tuesday iigh.t, at Franistoni. " - The Shire of PPhillil,.s;iland :md Woolama...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
W HETHER it be Beef S Mtton or Pork, Sdm , ages, Mince, Steak or Chops ight track for better qualities and accurate weights when you head for this butchery. Prices, too, make for economy. apital. Childres attended to care. m WT. CLARKE BUTCHER Young Street FRANKSTON 'frankstllon Pictros Colmpany Et Capital BS00 IN 50, shares of 21 each. Share List now closing. Prospectus, tc,, may,be sten at the Ofnce of the Secretary, Commercial Chambers, Frankstop, where all imformation may be obtained. Cricklewoods E(state. Acre t ' I d Acre 2 cr 3 Acre Lots. I -cre I1 Acre . 2j Acre 3 Acre Lot - 1 Acre -1 Acre 24 Acre 3 Acre Lots : DANDENOSG ROAD, SKYE ROAD A RWIL STREET FRONTAGE' .DAN.DEh~ONG ROA D, .-KYE, OAD. AKiWIL ST iEBT FhONTAGE. FEW *'-PAINS PROM FRtJKSTON IAILWAY 8 ATION ,r private eale, easy .frnme, £o cash deposit, bauance easy imonthly a)ments, plans ana pri.:':s on application.. BiiOFIY and MASON,' -.ictioneer, Frankilon. STATE SAYINGS BANK OF VICTORIA ,The Farmers' Bank ! Credit Fo...
Langwarrin Activities [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
Langwarrin Activities At a public meeting, held in the Red Cross Hall, Langwarrin Military Camp, on Tuesday evening, March 8th, a de- putation was appointed to wait on the Minister for Defence (Senator Pearce) to urge, that an area of land from this camp should set apart as a sports and recreation ground for Baxter and Lang- wairrin. The interview took place on Monday, March 14th, when Mr. J. Nott Marsh, Captain Jondahl and Mr. Geo. Upton (of Langwarrin Progress Asso- ciation). Mr. J. Marshall (of Baxter). and Mr. T. J. Murtrie (Frankston Golf Links) were present. After Messrs. Marsh, McMurtrie and Marsh all had fully explained the object for which the deputation had been appointed, the Minister explained that the Minister for Home Affairs and Territories would fur- ther deal with the request, and also stated that a transcript of the meeting would, be sent to this Minister. In the absence of Captain Bruce, jun., the ex- member for Batman, Mr. J. Coon, very kindly introduced the depu...
"As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula THE SCOTCH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 March 1921
"As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula I ... .. ..... ,,,?,--- --" THE SCOTCH CONCERT. The Scotch concert in the Frank ston Institute on Eastcr Monday bids fai" to be a great success, and to result in the formation of a strong Scottish Society for the Peninsula, running a big Highland gathering annually in the Park. It will be noted that the performers are the ablest exponents of Scotch poetry and humour in Victoria, including the Gregor \Voods. Miss Dolly Stewart. Arthur Douglas and Piper McLeod. with two popular Frankstonians, Messrs. R. h. Cowan anti Barry Kilburn. The members of the or chestra are generously giving their services, and the winners in a ju venile competition will appear in Scotch dances. Last week Mr. Mil ner Macmaster, honorary secretary, visited Mordialloc, and attended the concert of the Thistle Society there. The president (Mr. E. P. Davis), a particularly "live wire," who looks thoroughly at home in the garb of a Highland .chief, announc...