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BAXTER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

Despite the hitter cold, the par nuts of the school children t?:;ned out in full numbers to give moral support to the budding foot ballers in the match hetween Baxter State School and Langwar rin S.S. at the Baxter Ovl llast week. To put a grand finish to a grand tferni's" work the home : team oool. the honors.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

aford Theatre! dent Theatre-Phone Chelsea 155l d SATURDAY, SEPT. 2 and 3 . LEIGII - ROBERT TAYLOR • ,TERLOO BRIDGE ul ,ble for General E'xhlbition. WALTER PIDGEON. : " : SKY MURDER" rot Suitable For General Exibitionl SERIAL, NEWS 2 p.m., Mack Sennett Comedies, Serial, News. - ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7; . , SENNETT COMEDIES new lot of Slapstick Comedies.; edies will be at the Matinee on i y, September 3, at 2 p.m:: : 'LYNN, ELEANOR PARKER. ER SAY GOODBYE: , itnnable for General Exhibltlon. FOX NEWS and Saturday, 9. and 10. STANWYCK, JOEL McCREA, JNION PACIFIC oSutable for General Exhibition). " urtoon, and Selected Shorts, News . ýK & BILHAM UCTION E ER-,, , ION, REAL ESTATE, LAND' AND.:: OMMISSION AGENTS N AND MORN'INGTON' F'ston 557 or 14; M'ton 211 . ET EVERY FOURTH MONDAY E SHEEP AND. CATTLE, POULTRY, CALVES AND SUNDRIES_ . ng Sales a Specialty r-YOUNGHUSBAND LTD.,. Woolbrokers SH TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY AND TOP VALUE CONSULT-- HAM, at Frankston or_ Mornington oR & HAY PT...

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FRANKSTON COURT CASES HEARD ON TUESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

I FRANKSTON COURT CASES HEARD ONTLLSIAY (Befor. Mr- . Wade, P.M. and MriT eo. G. Austin, J.P.) Cclists Flned l Forc~riding a bicycle without i~hTs Tii?Bay,-Sti;eet; a cyclist was fined £1 ' . Anotlier cyclist was fined £2 for cycling on". thi& footpath • in BSY Street.: Trui-ck i:amepltjte Obscuied ...The driver of a truck with .i nameplate, and the rear nameplate obscured with mud. was -flned 2. DoubleLiInesan ldWrong Lanes Several ,motorists were fined £f tfir drivingi over the double li"es, and in.ithird -lanies;,. on :Nepea5 Highway;, Seaford; : .-: :n .'; Three',wliho *drove .in the second lane were ,each;.anedl- £3. ::;'"

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CREEK PUMPING PLANT COUNCIL TO MOVE WHEN PIPES AVAILABLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

CRiEEK PUMPING PLANT COUNCIL TO MOVE WI~HEN PIPES AVAILABLE As soon as the Engineer can; get pipes, he has been authorisedj by the Council to instal a sand-. pumping plant for Kana.nooki Creek, at an estimated cost ofq £250-£300. In the meantime, a full head of; pumping fromn Seaford will be;: tried as a temporary remedy.

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GARDEN SUGGESTIONS MORE GOOD GARDEN PERENNIALS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

GARDEN' . SUGGESTION E Cf ($y J. W. Robinso f Ormond Pl-nt Farni Ltd.) MORE 'OOD GARDEN PERE~NNIALS HELENIUMS are one of the easiest of the .tall-growing peren nials, and make quite good cut flowers. 'There: are several varie ties, but the prevalent colors is golden.: Some 0of the them have a bronzy centre, the centre of at least -one variety - Riverton Gem - running to a wallflower red.':The heightt of the dwarfer growing sortslis from 2 to 3 feet, but the -taller. ones will grow up td 4 feet.. i HEU.HERAS .are* very useful .perenhialS'~ fdr- ,edging beds of 6ther flowers -and they are also excellent for mixing with other cut, flowers; giving a very light and decorative appearance. Their tiny bell-shaped flowers are thrown up from low-spreading foliage :in great profusion; they thrive well in. any soil, and the ,colors. are bright red, pale pink, and a deeper pink. IRIS GERMANICA, the Board ed Iris, is p0robably the easiest grow&n of all' the Iris, and the rmost beautifuill...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

Radio Service We offer Dependable and Speedy RADIO REPAIR,, Service, and back-this by our. Years of Experience, and our Reputation in the Radio Field.: • YOUR RADIO REPLACED FREE OF CHARGE s "WHILST BEING REPAIRED : 'You May .Choose. Your Favourite ..Records from Discs by H.M.V., .COLUMBIA DECCA anti PARLAPHONE FRANKSTON ELECTRIC SERVICES 554 BAY ST., FRANKSTON : Phone: 130 is T\ - i-x RING FRANKSTON 145 10 :: CARS NOW A VAILABLE Mc COMB'S MOTORS: -e OPPOSITE THE: STATION, FRANKSTON .. . . . . . SEE : S Geoo. G. AUSTIN / "AUCTIONE ERS" AND ÷ . REAL ESTATE ?: AGENTS. BUSINESS, INSURANCE AND. GENERAL AGENTS, SWORN VALUATORS.. Austin Buildings, Bay Street, Frankston. .FRANKSTON PH"NES: 1 and .780 (2 lines)... ENTRUST YOUR WORK TO PRINTING S STANDARD NEWSPAPERS Pty. Ltd. DISTINCTIONN PLAYN STREET, FIAN ? KSTON F'ston "The Sta ndard" is Unequalled for Quick Ser•vice Quality or Workmanship and REASONABLEZ PRICES I - MAKE :-. "THE 'STANDARD"--' * YOUR O . .:PRINTER Y ;ENNIFER'S BEAUTY SALO...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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The Standard EDITORIAL PAGE FEATURE COMMENT Editorial Thursday, September 1, 1949 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

i erGDITORIAL CaT Stamt& PAGE coMeMj SEditorial . Thursday, September 1, 1949 ,-. Electi on- invariably cause trouble for a local paper and the municipal events which we are very happy to know are again.only;gn unpleasant memory for another 12 months, were .no- exception to the-average experience. - A local paper falls foul of. candidates whose committees do liot sipply copy for the news- columns. It falls foul of Council- because of the wrong type of copy,supplied by over. 1 zealous candidates. It; falls; foul of -caindidates whom, for a *\very, good :reason, it has oppqsed..: . . S.id we eveni did that 'in the Chelteniham Ward contest for Moorabbin *'Council. . ' ; *: Ali 'th'is, after' a -'just ?nce-too-often experience olf an . annual, evenit, has .prompted us to decide that in future muni cipali elections, all copy .supplied. by can!didates must have , ! printed. ijeeneath it the writer's. nane. This will indicate that u?mi..unsigned artticles voice the opinion of the p...

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Let's Write a Letter DEAR READERS; [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

DEAR READERS; As l:iwe anticipated, --those : who stormed for the abolition of.,ietrol rationing ilow find that-the main result of their efforts 'isr embarrassment to Great Britain.- You will remember we pointed; out at: theo time, that 'rationing of petrol n~as an essen tial part -of `the plan to help thei-Mother Country out of her financial tangle with the Fina -icial Bags of Wall Street. But, unfortiujately, there are soliie politicians in this conutry who .put political and party advantage before anything else. Now, of course, they are: .finding out just what their selfishness meanis. Admittedly petrol rationing is a nuisance; but loyal -Australians are prepared to accept it if it is: proved to be an essential part of .Britain's financiail rehabilitation. Yours, etc., "TILE STANDARD."

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The Standard Punters' The "Gems" Look Better Than Ever. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

IA A PUtlte~ BY 'POKW WIIIIIW1 4 11111111 4 11111 4 1111IIWI!b The "Gems" ,Look Better than Ever. - Judged on their appearance, Beau Gem and Regal Gem are g,ong to prove, themselves better than ever this time up. Both horses have developed and .furn ished considerably since they were last in Melbourne. They are very bright in the coat, and are carrying no "flL.jiy" .ondition. it's obvious that they did a lot of work in Adelaide be fore coming here. I am selecting both of them to win at Caulfield on Saturday' because of their well-trained appearance and knowledge of their class, as well as having seen then gallop most attractively at Epsom ' on Tues day. The pair worked together, and ran to the end of six furlongs in 1.18 . It was not the time re corded that took the eye so much as the ease with which they got over the ground. Had they been out for a serious trial, I have no doubt that they could have clip ped -seconds off their time. It was most impressive work, and indicated that b...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

HAVING SPARE PARTS WORRIES? - Momsen Bros. Chelsea Garage, Chelsea 153 CARRY A COMPREHENSIVE RANGE OF PARTS. FOR ALL POPULAR CARS AND TRUCKS TRY .OUR SPARE PARTS DEPARTMENT FOR. COURTEOUS AND EFFICIENT ATTENTION Good Stock of Tyres 24-Hours Engine Change and Accessories over Service. on SChevrolet' Ford,' International. .yyYlrý'i rt'lS. .LVV SEWING MACRINE - SERVICE DEPOT All types of sewing machines repaired. 68 YOUNG ST., FRAN'KSTON Phone 494 Weekly visits throughout Peninsula 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. -or all foot complaints - Corns, Calleous, Bunions, Nail Affections, Papillomas, Etc. 440'MELBOURNE ROAD, Visits Patients. FRANKSTON 643 •FRANKSTON MECHANICS' LIBRARY New and TJp-to-rFate Books Subscrintio:1'-. 10/- year; 2/6 quarter - Free Reading Room - HOURS: 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 daily Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 12 TENNIS': CLASSES "COMMENCING :.'NOW MR. J. 'SMA'...

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LOST PROPERTY AT POLICE STATION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

S'L`A'L'I(O Awvait jug owners at Fri'inksfort police station are two pur15teS Con t aining iiiouey, i bag containing two campI stretchers, also at ladly's handbag.

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EDITHVALE KINDERGARTEN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

EDITHVALE 'KINDERGARTEN At the Edithvale Life-Savers' (Hall on Thursday,.- 25tl August, the committee ofthe Edithvale Free Kindergarten held an Ap prteciation Night for the girls and committees-ivho -worked so hard to raise £900- during the recent Quest. . The hall looked very festive with flower-decked tables set out in cabaret" style.. Mr. Bruce 'Sykes (social sec -retary), master of ceremonies, in troduced the president, Mr N. .Butler, 'who .welcomed the May oress (Mrs. R: A. Hutchings), Mrs H. D. Thomas, Cr. and Mrs. H. Carpenter; Cr. Nola Barber and Mr. Barber, and Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Collings. 'Mr. .Butler also -spoke briefly of the hopes and aims of the Free Kindergarten. 'Mrs. Wiseman (vice-president) thanked the girls and their com m'ttees for the excellent work accomplished by them. She then priesented the Mayoress with a •cheque for £5, raised by the girls, for her special appeal for the Spastic Children's Society. Mrs. Hutchings was very grati flied at. the success of the...

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PRESENTATION NIGHT BONBEACH JUNIOR LIFESAVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

PRESENTATION NIGHT IBONBEACII JUNIOR LIFE SAVERS. OOn :August .19 ;the Bolnboech Junior' Life-Savers held their Presentation Night. Many con gratulatory speeches were made by Mr. Duff, Mr. Pleydell and others on the work of the juniors. : Phillipa :Denis was champion junior, girl,, and. Jim Sheppard was champion junior boy for the. thir'd year in succession. : Max Greenberg gained the only other award presented. '': A: delightful concert, featur ing juvenile entertainers, was ar ranged by. Bruce iRogerson. '- The guests, including Cr. Mc Coll:and Cr. L. Payne, were wel comed by the president (the Mayor, Cr. R. A. Hutchings). The work of these juniors is of great interest, as -they hope to follow. in- the" footsteps of the older members df the club who have woni such high awards.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

AND SPORTS GOODS " or" tT THE BIG STOCK RNKSTON Phone 450 ew n»Y ,hlothing, but only aIt good tailor canl renew yours" VASIE & C O. 's Talnlos nd Dress Clothes -entin AUSTRALIAN and.: ENGLISH - l;tteral to r'enew from 0 years' explelieilce il Class- 'Trade -: H ST., FRANKSTON Phone 860 IS DAY O "PROBLEM" AT e for Men EA AND FRANKSTON. of TIS, SOX, BRACES to Choose I HIRT, SPORT SHIRT, or PYJAMAS, :. Id rather a new pair of SLACKS or 4 SPORTS JACKET. - 4 FORGET DAD ther's Day, :1th ) t enbe;: AND SHOP AT : ' Store for Men . kston and Chelsea. . - FIBROUS .PLASTER ? UFACTURING CO... )RNICES AND PANELS: 1MEDIATE DELIVERY Sheets Available) CT OUR STOCKS --? STREET, BALACLAVAi ONE: LF 1933 :. RING " TYABB 262 for PANEL BEATING AND DUCOING S - HOODS '.:-BOWS - -UPHOLSTERY-. B CAR SALES TIN CARS, TRUCKS, UTIL:TIES. '.. ; I\1 10'1'O1O CYCLE from us, mentuion EE I'ilPon SaSet and Foot Rests, Regis onlUis'r Plates litted, Petrol and Oil, 00h' Free Serv'ico. District Agents for Matchle...

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"ONE UP" WORRY DEAD HORSE PROBLEM FOR FRANKSTON COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

"ONE UP" WORRY "DEAD HORSE PROBLEM FOR FRANKSTON. COUNCIL While star English thorough bred, One Up, was covering him self with glory at Flemington on Saturday, a much less distin guished equine was reaching a "high" state on the Seaford fore shore, but "correct weight" could not be declared. Frankston councillors were really worried at Friday's meet ing when Seaford councillors complained that a dead drautght horse had been on the foreshore since Wednesday. The Engineer-said the Colling wood owners h1hd so far failed to move the horse, and the Coun cil possessed no facilities to shift it. The Shire president said the horse must be removed next day (Saturday), and he urged its burial on the foreshore. This suggestion was vetoed on the voices. - One councillor expressed the consoling. opinion that there would be plenty of other "dead horses' near Melbourne: on the same 'Saturday -'afternooh; : any how.

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Cr. J. L. Pratt Resigns as Hospital President Mr. Wal. Jones New President [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

Cr. J. L. Pratt Resigns as Hospital President Ii Wai, Jones New President Te'Iie aIIIIuiIl leeting of (lie Il'! go veInoIr sol. t)oot jtoritttfli of1 (lie l'iiikstol (iotuhzonit* .Iftit4i I ils held at, thie Hospi1til onl Wednes4da(y, Augu1st "_ 2, wlheni tihe repiolt o(lithlie ('om uittie or ýlii ilaigeiiiei. zlud auditedl iCC(iiiultS tiiul iiiiial Stitiients foi tlhe yezii elided 3llir~ 31(: , 1 li49I, Iveei i pesentedl l'"aop .(1 tIIoni. :\l('eatue of lice liiil g Waas ~t he iesigiizit 11 of the ing serv'ice. Jlr. \\'il. .1. *Jonies.. is the new iieslldent. The repoits and sloteeili et;i coveredl Iti period otf vinoi ilonthl s onily, iM (its le niewly-l'oIoild I- taosjii(its and ('liiiitiies (7iiiiiuIssloii lichanIged (lie end ofr (lie Ihiziotul yeZhi Itroit .11111i :11)o (4laieIi 31. Iuliorts ii the Tulauie wvill cover , lie peioud Api-il 1 to Maziich 31. Main items in the report were: 1.-A start is to be made with increasing tile bed capacity of the Hlospital, a preliinhtary to...

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ON MACQUARIE ISLAND [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

ON:MACQUARIE ISLAND Mr- Noel Hassen, D.S.C., Bris bane Universityi 'biologist,- and son' of Mr:?Melville Hasscn, the well-khown Queensland' artist, is at present with the Antarctic ·Expedition -ori Macqiarie Island, *here he -has been since last March. In a letter to -his grandmother, Madame L. Denis, Cof Beach Re serve,: ..Carrumr, Noel reports that he recently: discovered a cave on =the island.-in which he found the skeleton of the captairi of the schooner Eagle. which arrived-at the ' island in 1860: Noel adds' -that .members of the 'expedition "have "plenty of time on their hands.' They pos sess a billiard table; and were re cently: very., fortunate in' being given 'an. -exhibition by Walter Lindrum.: :' . Foodis:: scare~dt?on the island," and ztheiix"diet:'coniists miainly of penguin - stealk:"althoiigh recently. they~'ir ere' :.fortiiiate in- catching a?number of bla?ck': rabbits.'

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ST. CHAD'S DANCE FOR SPASTIC APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

ST. CHAD'S DANCE FOR . SPASTIC APPEAL .Last Friday, the Fcllowvship and . the Ladies'. Guild 'held a dance in aid of..the Spastic Chil dren's Appeal launched by Mrs. -R. A: Hutchings. The vicar (Rev. J. .A. Knife) "welcomed the Mayor and -Mayoress (Cr. and Mrs: .RA." Hutchings), and Hazel Mether and Loraine. Grey prc sented- Mrs. Hutchings with a lovely; . bouquiet. Mrs.. Iutchings responded briefly; -aild her re marks were endorsed by Cr. Hutchings. Dancing .to. music supplied by Mrs. :Lambert,: Mr. Bradish and Mr. ':Malone was :enjoyed, after which an .excellent :supper was provided. SIn the vicinity of £6 will be handed in to.,the'-appeal. ~ Iri~ '~ie. vic~iit ;o S EG wil "c

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AMATEUR ATHLETICS CHELSEA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

AMATEUR " 'ATHLETICS CHELSEA CLUB The Chelsea A.A.C. 5-mile Championship resulted in-a win for 18-year-old. Ian Rule. • K. McGuire finished second and E. Redenbach third. Track- training beginis next Sunday, September 4, at the Football Ground. A committee meeting will be held at 11.30 a.m. on the same day. Members are asked to be pre sent next Saturday afternoon to support club mates, passing through Chelsea in the Mel bourne to Frankston Walking Race. F. McGuire; R. French and E. Redenback will be taking part and" should pass through Chelsea at about 3.15 p.m.

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CHELSEA COURT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949

CHELSEA_ CoUrF~ At the Chelsea Court on Mon day a motorist was convicted on a charge of passing red traffic lights at Chelsea. Messrs Bowman and Hutchings, J"s.P., imposed a fine of £5. For parking on the east side of Nepean Highway, a " second motorist was fined £2, -with 2/6 costs. For travelling on a train with out a ticket entitling him to the journey, a man was fined £1, rwith 7/6 costs. 'For a similar offence, a female defendant was fined a similar amount.

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