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Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

7i^Reiatriati lNoties Returned Soldiers are invited tc apply to this Committee for '.advice before entertainiug business': pro-' posals of any kind. Those Soldiers and Depondents needilig atsistance,- aiiitonuie, &ic. are hereby notified. that .by -porsonai application to ZIity of the uinderigned naombers: of copunittee, forms .nd advice may ;bo btained:--Messi'a Oates -(chairmmi), C. Gray, W. S. Hrtlfand?, F. Johnson, WW. P. Mason, T. J. MIcMurtrie, urr' E. Barrett. , Employers are requested to .notify the Committee of any vacancuy stitable for . rettirned meon.- Persons habving Businesses or Property '&e.,' to sell suitablo to Returned Soldiers are earn estlyinvited to coinmuni.;' i. particui lars to the Committee .. s '- ' Awaiting EImployment-1 Grocer;. 1:. BARRETT, Hon. SbeO;L. RopatritipnH JFrauklt-n.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Playne Street Neglected Another Correspondent Supports Mr Lasslett's Complaint. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Playne Street Neglected . Another Correspondent Supports Mr L isslett's Complaint. " T the .Editor. T Sir, LI. read with interest Mr A: E; Lasslett's" letter rigarding thL above stl etr and fully e?dorse all he says. He is ;nit theonly one Who wonders about Beqch Street, wivlcli has been mtcallesd:where least needed.. "Any ouaewho crosses' the linhe and sees the deploabille ieglebt of Beach Si-n asil the thlree aide strectsi on that side, .l?ither in ivintei or'.suiher;, ill conme to the conllusion-thiat we are payiang meiely for the privilegei of ]iving in Friinkston--tnd paying in q lop stiled.meanter, too .:We are payiug a higher '?ite than' the'.in creaised Melbourne, rate, and, -as an interested : ritepayer,i I, :6pe i`Mr. Lassilet?s letter will lead. to some. rhiig being done.-lm, etc,. UNWILLING ri inbourne I' 1i,. Pianhiston..:'' 'Durinlg thei olidays thli train's on Lrauiksitoa line wereovercrowvded,;blit the departmentbliamnes the tourl?aits- n earlier ti tins werealrumot ...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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The Umpire's Whistle Enthusiast Anxiously Await the Opening Game [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

1i The Umpire's Whistle i Entliusiast Anxiously Await the Opening Game It is, of course, to early yet to give details of the season's prospects, beyond stating Ihat enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the opening game. Some weeks ago. it was commonly reported that PFranlston would not have n team engaged in the forth coming fight, as several of the lead .Ing players of last season would not be available. A paltryexcuse, to he sure. There were good players be fore thee, and there will be'just as nippy players irtthe future. No pla yer is indispensable. No team can live wholly o its .traditions and past achievements, "and . Fankstonites were pleased to know that the Red and Blacks were not going to try to do so. Mr H.'J. McCulloch, last year's skipper, may not "be there" when the umpire's whistle" sounds agaiin, but as he has- succeeded Mr E. J. Parker as president, ;his services will no6tb wholly lost to the game. So, with Mr J. A. CameBron, whose ex ploits as an old South Melbourne' le...

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Train Delays Abolished [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Train Delays Abolished :Shortly before the Eastcr. holialays a" small but:. influential deputation firom Erankstoti-' consistring of. the' DireCoir of .Education ( n1r F,'.nl Tte, IS.0); Dri.laclteddie; ,Mr L: RN. Utlier 'iI .Mr HI M. aCol ia. Swavnited ion the "Railways Con;mis iltners to coniplaiiin of'the constant clays just' oiltiid&e 'the Franklston t?ation of.the 4.40 'an it 5.8' iaiis fromr lelbourne. ; The Coimmissnlori ers promised to make arrangements; to preve -ii t "as :.far as possible-any fuiitlier ::Iclays. Tiere h?'as lbeen a msarkeid Improvament since in the running these triins, sdrl it is .idpeil' there .will:be :no--further caiuse for, complaint,

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Aviator's Tragic Death Lieutenant McIntosh Killed in Western Australia [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Aviator's Tragic Death Lieutenant McIntosh Killed in Western Australia Informat ion was received in Fra1'nk ston on Monuday. night from Perth that the farnousiavlitorLorLiutenan. McIntosh, and his;friend, Mr Joy, bad been kiillgd at PitharS , 300 miles from Perth, whilst a passeger wans badly injured. .. Lent ;.MaInto:h ac companied Lieut Ray-Parer, R F C., on hisaflight from` Eugland 'ndd was fairly well knowo at Prankston, where hp aanu'- Lieut Parer "wero'; publicly wVelcp?cMd on their reoturn' to''Austra: Sc ttis"' deoent, enrlisted inl the A I.F, :udl after. a period of service abroad, eloeted to .acconmnaory Lientl Paer. bn lis aeroplane flight to Aii tralla last year.. They left Houos-' low on Jauonry 8th, 1920, long after Sir; Ross Smith had s!ucessaflly coru .pleted his flight Lo Australia. Aftei" an eventful flight, bheo alsrtors reach ed Port DaiwiU in Augaot 2nd. But owlIn' to anu nf.orced..lauding, their machino woe smnshod' at Culcairn, and they hald to obtntilete tlio...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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Somerville Controversy A Spirited Debate About Money and Methods To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Somerville Controversy .A Spirited Debate About Money and Methods S To the Editor.' She -In answer to Mr. Gele Shep "'The Standard" two weeks ago, I must compliment MIr. Shepherd on the, gentlemanly way he. has ex pressed his views re the memorial i stone. - If what he says about Mr. Twyford is correct, it is regrettable that Mr. Twyford -wrote as he did. I note Mr. Shepherd's remarks re his reluctance in writing to the press; but such letters as Mr. Shepherd's have a beneficial effect. on all who read them. I regret I cannot ray the same ot "Also a Loyalist's," as she wrote quite a lot of unkind things which can never help matters. Apparently it is her first attempt atwriting letters to the press on such "a -debattible sub ject, and 'is, therefore,. quite excus able. I note her remark that I dlid not finish ty previous letter by not naming the amount I myself was prepared to donate. She also sug gests I .should give ten guineas. Why? Because, as women often ar gue,I um not prepared...

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Cyclist Killed at Hastings [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Cyclist Killed at Hastings ..A;colli'ilon, between, a wotoricyolei anid'a taxi calt on' the Flinders:Road' on Thursday evening, Mathob 24th, re uldted in the death of ti motor cyolist named Charles Clifton Welsh, aged 19 yearn, eldest son of Mt Percy; Welih, Malvern Rond,,. TIoorak.'. Hs ??i-ai 'paiuon . Kenneth MoKenzie, Austin, of'Irving • Road, Toorak, sauntained a. aevere scalp wound, but is now prog roessing favooirbly. 'A According' to otatemeats "midde tb Soenior Constable Bray, of thb Frank ston police, Welsh and Aistil`wiere motor .oy.cllng to. Flluders td:take' part in the. armitil'golf touirnament. 1!rz Austin's mabhine broke down at' Franuktoli, antd he ctutirsie. .tlie journey:tionce on thuebaok seat of.,lr' Welsh's cycle.! At ' bouth 7.30 1,;m1 while triaveliino between Hastirige and Bittern, on:the-,main .road,to Flinders, the motor.;i ydle: collided with a taxi cab, wli;cb ?ai bleing dri ven back from Flindera by Mr Ed ward Leclil, of Elmo Rond, ?M[alvirnz. Thetwo yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Gibbons & Tyree, (LATI A.., G-eneral Storekeepers, Winej and Spirit Merchants, SOiVI[ERII`ILLE, We Carry Large stocks Drapery, G roceries, Hard ware Boots & Shoes, Bran ChTff, Pollard,& all other -Cereals, Local igexnts for Cuomng Smith and Co. ' Malnures. Law, Snmnor & Co.'s Seeds. Manchester Fire Inuiurace'Co. ' Arthur Ystea & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailor .Made Suits a Speciality. ,.FRANKSTON" DAIRY -Fra ikston's Pure Milk Supply W. J. OATES Pure' Nlilk, .direct from the Owner's well Sknown Dairy Farm . Customers may coiliudoutly rely on thle purity and High class Quality of tho milk sup'ily. Caws ifilikol unlor strict. porsontl tipolrvialon. Millk troitud tby latost smi<utlilu appliances; render ing contamination impossible. Ago.ut'fur Clutterbuck's Blackstoue - Oil Engines, Clif & Buinting's Clhaullot r5 and Grain Cruslsors, &A Simplex ilking Machions. W Iho-e--?' F "7 We Is=st., Frankston W holsale and Retail. "C' Pr...

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Aerial Bread Delivery [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Aerial Bread Delivery i. :7 ,? .:?.'?.?o "'1· "' '"" Residints sddatil holiday. bakers at .Cowhs, Phillip Island, were awakened on Good' Friday morning by the dron ng of 'an aeroplane,< and a favbred few received "hot x buns" from the claiuds: Mr H.. McColl, baker, and storekeeper, of Cowse, realising his inability to supply the needs-of the large parties of campers on the isle,, arranm?l with-Messrs Borer & Co, the PiortMelbouruo bread manufacturers; to supply him with 100 large-loaves, and a bag of ibuius by aerial deliveryi Pilot Graham Caroy,. accompanied, by MrH. Strunaghan,' left.the Port; Melbourne aerodrome on Thursday, afternoon 'with .their nuovel cargo, tlravelling by way of Westernp.ort. The airmen hail a rough. aid.bumpy flight, and in the vicinity of:Mount, IV-: -·l~·. ·· -·~- I - Eliza it was a caso of. ".What-oh., Elin i' Darnesee saleting In, and. being unacquaionted ith the laeding place at Codes, tloey b stayed at. the Flindoers Nival Base, Crib...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

PERSONAL. sMlias Violet Croaker, the gifted 'dnughtar of Craboarne's. assistant statlonmaster, whoso t'ancy work won prfize-nat the Francston and Somer villo shows, has up todate secured over 100 first prizes a*d uanny valu able trophies for fancy work at the various shows throughout the Morn iugtou Peuninsula and Gippaland.

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Neglect of Playne Street To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Neglect of Playne Street ? Sir. ~ Mr A. .' Lasslott'sa com pliinnt int "The.Standerd's" last iss, nid regarding.the ?unpar'lonablie neg, lebt of' Playne Stroetisabased on, good and.jst mgrounds, for Playne Street, is a street, is the most neglected part of-the sliiro:.:It?is.a.disgrace and an eyesore during the. %iter monthse, sud; to my mind, a strikAngl?d d dli?. tirot reflection on the .counoillors iepresenting the Frankston Riding. Mr Lsnelett might - have peltioned the Ironic factl -that: Pi?yne Street' i was at its very worst when the Nat tonal Roads Association assembled.in conferorce at<Franketon some mo.nths ago. The Frankston municipal rep. rdsentatives were present, I believe, and emphatically endorsed the. oft, stressed irportance of . good roads and streets. Evidently, they did not profit by that conferedce. At that particular time, Plane Street was a quagmire pure and simple-reominis cent of some of the Wiintmera town ships, where metal is abuolutely un obta...

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Seaford Residents Honored [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Seaford 1Iesidents. Honored At 1Mcntone, on Sunday last, two Seaford residents, Messrs Page and Pitt,we~re examined and passed for the C'Royai Life ~~aing Society's awards -elementary aid proficiency certifilcatcs and bionze medallion in connection with the swimming and life saving work of the society.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

- Ertablislhed c1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.1,F.) Progressive Iron mongers IPlayne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and CrockerT Cash Prices Terms Cash Steamir Fxcwrsiois WESTEh'PORTI See the Beauties of Pnastern port, Naval Base &c: (OM1MENCING ist January, day ( Sreturn excu.rsion -tickcts ft 3s (halt ordinary fare) will be Z"!,a, to Cowes and Rhyll (Phillip Island). rickets at Excursion Rates to Stony Point are available at all railway sta tions by train. GQnpecting with the s.sGENIISTA aln reaching Stony Point at 11 a.mn anm returning 4,15 daily, Saturdays a excepted. Frankston Picturff5 Company Limited Saturday, April 2nd 1921 LOUISEE GLAUM? in A Law Unto Herself Supporting Programme includ CONSTANC ALMADG E in The Virtuous Vamp Also Comedies, Gazettes, &c SEAFORD 20 ACRES, timbered, fenced, rm station, filr' .. un -th £1 per ton (40 ft) twomiles away. Land wit grow potatoes whee cleared, price £20) er acre, good terms. A. E. ROGAN, Hauph...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Dr sad Mdrs Murray Morton, of .Melbourne, have been relaxing in the sea breezes at Fiankston iaid Mount Martha *. -... b?ir Norman E. Brookee, the former Champlouhtenuis player of the world, who, with Mr Gerald Patterson, was defeated by the Americans in the last. 'Davis Cup contest,, was a vbitrtor to Franketon fot.:'the Easter, holldayS: Miss Daisy Foster, the celehrdted' raconteur, .is at present enjoying a holiday at Seaford.'- Mr Singleton ia also staying at Seaford House. Mr apdMrt:Burns, qI Maybole. Ayr thirjdScotlaud, pre also at Seaford, enjdyihgta ple'asa.l1 hotliuy . by the, seaside. Constable Harrison, recently stat toned at Cowes, . Phillip Island, has been transferred to Cranbourne. Misses Elste Struhs and Myrtle Price, of Swais Reachi,' Lakes Entra nco... have .. bee.apendiung a holiday at "Clo nird" Eraetihsn, -baut hare now left for St Kilda. Mr A, W. Dunlop. the former Day is Cup tennis player. and general manager of the 'Colosseum Stores, Prahran, spent the Easste...

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"A Law Unto Herself" Louise Glaum Next Saturday Night's Feature [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

"A Law Unto Herself I" Louise Glaum Next Saturday Night's Feature / ---'-----------~ Satuiday's ptogreimlne ,will include Louise Glaum's Oine pioture, 'A Law Unto Horsoflf,,' a drama that promises to impress itself on the minds, of all those who.seee it.i' 'There aro;fow de-. tr?esees iore: uhtisamug:or nlore nco oilplished than 'tho.wiusome Louise, and when it coritos to vampire plays of the tragic typo,; she, takes:;'soum boatiug. .The syioposii of "Af 'Law. Udto.Herself' ?shows tha, Louisa re; cognises only the Law of L:v-- ltuh. unopwhd6:'are-notiF'rtiie'a t; i who could break' down hi'ir: 'moral lapses" cameo'iito _hor .life and put her on what Dooley. 'called: "thW strate nod narror parth." Thereoisn't a dull momenit In the flve smnshinu acts which: comprise;the. plcture.:-V: Sheo's here agailiI Whosed;here.'P Why, Couistauce Talmaidge ? n 'The Virtuous' VaRimp;. Her pictures have attained, reniiark'ble ?ipopularity "with local picturo'e?unthniasits for -the do lightful 'comed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

A. T. WALTEIRS . :Baker,, Pastrycook,, anrd Caterer, BAY-ST, FRANKSTON Trusts by.etri at ationtion to busiuess to retain the splendid patronage accorded to Mossrs Burton and Law Only tho BEST Articles SSupploied The wishes of Castomotd studied in every detail I .PICNIC PART']. &: SOCIALS CAREFULLVCklIERED FOR "'B ead Deliverid locally and in 2airounding Distrlcts' Daily. Letters. Promptly Attended to Commomnvealtb ; Yank3k 21useri HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY. OPEN FOR ALL CLASES OF .. eneral Banking Business V-; i h a the Prlnlpal Clttleean Townl ofAultralls and Rnte. UI (New Britain); Londa n (2t Savings Bank Department out A auttr eln. Id ait Papla. Nea Brit.,ln. S clo ,.ll , or- ther Island of the Pplt £. " 3 % Interlt on Dpo.ltt up to £1,O00. Sa 7 Interest on Am ounts over £1,000 up to £1,300. "JA vELL. ir D IENISON MIiLLER, K.O.h .n, tBoots and Shoes BELL BROS (Succeasor to A. Sullivan) The Plnce to purchase highl-clne~ Fiooi-. Swnre'of any style required at the low ast price. ,...

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The Easter Holidays [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Thf aster' Holidays 5j98 akserbolmayshn ev'nce more faded into theo mists of the past, out in the days to come. thousands Twill rcEill 'happye'days and~ fipp lnights spont 'at 'Franlhstou ad the varlons bayside resorts. Starting from last Thursday,'by" tralu, by ithotor, and :.b anucent modes of locomotion, to wit, buggies and cears, not to .say bikes, visitors literallyawarmedl itto Frank stort, and where they were all accom modated amounote;aulsoto almnystery. The hotels and the leading boarding establishmentes not,.to mention priy:. nto houses, were taxe'? to tihe itmost, and "old hands',generally admitted that It was about the beat Eastertide -hat. Frankeslon as yut?cixperlonced.' The ti-tree thickets, and groves from Long Island to Seaford and also at The Holhts, were the resort- of thou snrds, and, thanks tolthe ktndlyswea-. tl er, the open air claimed most of the' care-free visitors' time. The beached, "espeolally on Easter 1ooday,' preeented:a most animated appearance and'th...

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Home Hospitals Committee [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Honme Hospitals Comimittee The follo0ving ,drnsiunuleitiorl?has brn?' re.coild by Mrs DiPel. honorary: eeretiiv ",f-tlid" i'Pinklsto? B.ailch of tliof Rold Cross Soclity ' - .. : 'M c oh 214s; 1931 : dim ddiii?I hiave ~'our'uletterI of' the 18th tinst, ?lth'"eorilosed :cheqnou for O 58s lsldy? .Wili'-youbpl'aso n?cept as]d coniy til~l dlfncerined th b Sod' ety's most' gi'aieuiu?--Th'apks kto this ginorodas coEoibttion y to Red'Cross fubds ? It .esinita likely that some speocal n:eel ' will be reported uat th next oieetigirt onehi?brpe'. iospitale Commitue, sto~which the. kind dogx tion o'f "Franketnitore' be. upplild. It is very pleasing to hoar that you will be willing to re-open and wnQk again should necessity, arise.r. I peed hardly tell you that the contuibutions from Frankston aid the willii1inse b i members to help whenoever'.requlred were al?ys, wirmly ',rppro'ee~i:tited?' Headquartors, and it nmust be ii atin faction .to. youto feel that jo' did's'o much to nasPist the i;?va...

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Our Langwarrin Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

Our: Lanewarrin Letterg The 29th half-yearly meeting of the Langwarrin Progress Association was held in the vestry of the £%thodist Church on Monday, Marchs 21st. There was a fair attendance of mem bers, and, in the absence of the Pre "sident, Mr J. Nott Marsh, the chair was occupied by Mr H. F. GrimIth. The report for the half yeor showed that many matters of importance to the'district had received attention. During the evening an animated dis cussion arose over the granting of a site on the foreshore at Franketon to the BowlingClub, and it was resolved that objection be made to the Minis ter of Pdblio Works against it. The members,- however, are not all in ac cord with such a motion, as they consider that it is too mouh like ofit cious interference with Frauhston's affairs, and wish to be entirely dis associated with such an act of inter forence. Election of officers-Mr H. F. Griffith; president ; Captain Jon dahl. vice president i secretnry, none appointeo l ; Mr P. J. Murray, tr...

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The Scotch Concert "A Great Gathering of the Highland Clans" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 April 1921

The Scotch Concert "A Great Gathering of the Highland Clans" The enth'usilats who want to estab lish a Scotch Society for the Pouin sula, with its head quaitore it Frankston, adopted a bold policy. They secured the very people wlic would be engaged fora Scotch Night i= the lMelbourne Town,Hall, adver 'tisod freely, and trusted to thoexcel lent programme eubcitted, to fil the house.. The result wais a largo and enthusiastic andience, which us suros the founding of a stroug snoiety. . Comparatively early lun the day Caledrnians began to arrive from all parts of Greater Me\lbourne, notl no. tably, from Mnrdialloc, whoee the TPhistle Society Is the ,ost popnolr of local institutions. Notable mnonget the visitors wore the presidount of the Mordlalloo Society in all the glory of the kilts; nud as welcome thoulgh lees conspicuous, the presidenti of the Brunalwick Society and MAr Loole, secretary of the . Melbourne Canled ouniau.Society. But all were thrown into the shaude by. Pipero McLeod...

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