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FIRE BRIGADE. Jubilee Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
FIRE BRIGADE. d Jubilee Celebrations. In connection with the golden jubi lee celebrations of the. Frankston fire brigade, tickets are now available for the grand jubilee ball which will 'be one of the highlights of the anniver Pary.- 'An enthusiastic committee is working to make the celebrations (to be held in August) one of the out standing events of'the year in Frank ston, and the most important in the history of the fire brigade.
FRANKSTON TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
FRANKSTON TEAM.',,,; The following team has been sele.ct ed to represent Frankston against Red Hill: M. McFarlane, T. Young, J. Peters, E. McComb, J. Benson; R. Benson, F.. Graham, C. Coxall, .W. Petrie, A.. Petrie, R. Malcolmhn, H. Al len, D., Henderson, E. Bond, L. Rich ards,; N. Sutton, S. Osmond, T. Alder son; 19th man, .T. Lee. Emergencies: C. O'Leary,: R. Williams. The bus will leave Wheeleer's corner at 1.30 p.m. sharp ,and players are asked to 'be in attendance at this time. JUMBLE sale, Willard Hall, aid Frank ston Football Club, Friday, June 23. 10 a.m. Bargains. AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS. Public Meeting, Wednesday. Representing the Red Cross Society (Victorian division), Dr Gerald WVel gall will explain arrangements as, re luired by the State Emergency Coun' cil for the formation of first aid posts and ambulance services at a public meeting at the Frankston Mechanics' Institute next 'Wednesday. The matter is considered of great importance to all residents, who ale urged to att...
ORGAN RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
ORfGAN RECITAL. On Sundays at 6.45 p.m. organ reci tals will be given by Mr J. F. Brown at-St. Paul's Church of England. Next Sunday the works of Bach will be featured. SEAFORD 3XY, 50/50 dance,;- :Sea ford hall, Saturday night. Good or chestia. Novelties. Good Flodr Admission 1/1. PERSONAL. Colonel T. Fenwick and Mrs Fen wick, who, with Mr and Mrs N. Dyer, have been the guests of Mr. and-Mrs G. Temperly at. the Summer Gardens, returned to their home in Berry, South Australia, this week. JUMBLE sale, in aid .of. Methodist Sunday School, in Willard- Hall, Friday, June 23, commencing 10 am. -
MRS. M. MALOUF. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
MRS. M. MALOUF. Mrs 'Mary Malouf, aged 66 years, died on June 5 at her residence, Crib Point. She was a resident of Crib Point for 25 years. She leaves a hus band and one son to:mourn their loss. The funeral took place on June 6, the remains being interred in the Crib Point cemetery. A large collection of beautiful floral tributes, was sent. There was a'large attendance of rela tives and friends at the funeral. 'A servie? was held at the home, con ducted, by. Rev. ,Father Fitzpatrick, who also read- the? burial service... Mr Hector ·Gam'ble conducted the funeral arrangements.,:
MR. F. E. MOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
MR. F.! E. MOAT. Mr. Francis Edward: Moat" died on June 7 at the Alfred Hospital; at the age of 75. Mr. Mloat, who had been in ill health for some time, was born at Dromana and lived in the district all his life. His father, the late Mr William Moat, and, his mother set tled in th'e district of Dromana in 1855. Many friends attended the funeral, which took, place on Sunday, June 11, the remains being interred in the family grave at the Dromana cemetery. Rev. F. G..'Hughes read the burial service. Mr. Hector Gamble con ducted the funeral arrangements.
OBITUARY MISS A. M. BAXTER. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
UBITUARY o- MISS A. M. BAXTER. Miss Agnes Matilda Baxter died at her residence. in Moore street, Caulfleld on Monday, June 12. She was the daughter of Captain .Benja min and .Martha Baxter, who took up grazing property 'in 1841 at Morning ton Junction. When the name of the 'local railway station was chang ed many years ago by. the Railways Department;. it was called Baxter at the desire of local residents who wished to commemorates the name of the oldest pioneering family' in the district. The late Miss Baxter lived on the family estate, Currup Cur rup,, for uo years before' leaving , to reside at Caulfleld. The funeral took place on Tuesday, June 13, the remains being interred in the Frank ston ' Cemetery. The pall-bearers were Messrs. Wm. S. Cook, R. Sage, A. Sage,. B. Cozens; B. Tombs, R.. Walker. Rev. A. J. Whyte read the liurial service. I Mr. Hector Gamble conducted the funeral arrangements.
PIPE ORGAN PRESENTED. To Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
PIPE ORGAN PRESENTED.:;-. To. Presbyterian, Church.. The gift of the Manyung pipe organ to the Presbyterian Church 'by Dr J. F. MacKeddie was intimated to the congregation on Sunday. This gift will cause a marked stimulus to the congregational life and call forth the highest endeavor of all to be worthy of so beautiful a means of praise. .It is confidently hoped that Presby terians throughout the district will respond to so generous a gift. On Sunday the Rev. F. Butchers will make further reference to it, and how It is proposed to proceed. Unless there is special reason for delay, a congregational meeting will be held on W'ednesday, .June :21, to give effect to the mind of the congre gation with respect to the gift. An additional offer by Sir Keith Murdoch to help the congregation in the' initial expense involved is also @ matter for deep thankfulness. On Sunday the services will be taken by' Rev. Butchers, morning and evening, and in the afternoon at Somerville. A very enjoyable ca...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
BEREAVEMENTS Mrs. J. H. Polglase and family de sire to thank all kind friends .and re latives for letters." cards,, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expres sions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement; also special thanks to Dr. S. Plowman and Mr and Mrs T. Ryan for their kindness and at tention. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of our deep est gratitude. IN MEMORIAM WHITE--Jn loing memory of our beloved daughter, Dot, who passed away June 23, 1935. Time will never take away n The love our hearts hiold dear. Treasured memories linger every day, Remembrance keeps you near. -Inserted by: her loving i father, 2mother and brothers.
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
(To the Editor.) / Sir,-The cavilling criticism levelled at the A.L.P. and myself as its local branch president contained in the let ter over the name of Rt F. Miles in your last issue displays to my mind an almost unpardonable exhibition of crass ignorance of the subject under review and would appear to me as a very feeble weapon thrown without effect. For, like Kipling, I have long since learned "to bear to see the truths I've spoken twisted to make a trap for fools." Long before R. F. Miles' apparent interest in unemploy ment it wast the A.L.P.'s platform to abolish sustenance and reintroduce the basic wage, and, quite apart from this, the many lasting monuments to the credit of their labors such as the. Commonwealth Bank, the R.A.N., etc., give them just cause for pride rather than to liang their heads in shame. Regarding my own association with themn, if fighting a straight and fear less light for the righting of wrongs, without any regard to personal gain or loss warrants one ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
PROFESSIONAL Phone 29 .Frankston. Box 25 Frankston W. J. McLEAN SWORN YALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. 588 BAY STREET, "FRANKSTON SHouse, Land and. Insurance Agent. Furnished and Unfurnished Rents Carefully.Collected. 2-: - Houses To Let, cu------ u -? .--" "- - --_. . . ^? .,-" E W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE SPhone: F4700 .. F'ormerly employed by William S. Cook and McCallum). Attends. Frankston Wednesday af ternoons,. 2.30 to 5, and may be con suited at the office of Mr W. J. Mc Lean, Estate Agent, Bay Street. Private Address: Park Road, Chel tenham.. ROBERT C. TAYLOR, LL.B. SOLICITOR Residence: Oliver's Hill, Frankston. Phone 455. Office: Mason's -Buildings, Attends Mornington last Friday in Month, Somerville and Hastings, Hastings. Court Days, Cranbourne, Council Days. Trust Moneys to Lend. WILLIAM S. COOK MCCALLUM SOLICITORS Temple Court (5th Floor) No. 422 COLLINS ST.,MELBOURNE S Attendances: DROMANA: 1st Wednesday in month FRANKSTON:- Every T...
COUNCIL BREVITIES MEASLES EPIDEMIC. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
COUNCIL BREVITIES MEASLES EPIDEMIC. The: health officer of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings reported on Friday week *that there had been an 'epidemic of measles among local children. To his knowledge, 210 cases had been reported. The out break was now on the wane. There was ,also one case of scarlet fever reported. .INFANT WELFARE. * The siste, in charge of the infant welfare centie reported a total, at tendance, in the month of May of. 316. The individual attendance Was 146 and the number of new infants en rolled was 13. COUNCIL DEPOTS. The health inspector reported that the garbage and sanitary depots were in good order, but the exten sion of the sanitary depot was de sired. QUARRY. The quarry manager reported an output of 2001 cubic yards, for the month of May. The quarry trucks carried 1589 .cubic yards of metal and earned £995/10/. Expenses tdtalled £591/6/,' leaving a profit of £403/13/6 NEW WATER MAPN. The. State Rivers and Water Sup ply Commission stated that it was their...
M. U. I. O. O. F. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
M. U. 1. O. O. F. At the annual meeting of the Fr-ankston branch of, the above, it was disclossed that the lodge had £1000 invested in the head lodge and had considerably increased its mem bership. Five new members were proposed. Office-bearers installed were: I.P.N.G., Bro. J. Chalmers; N.G;. -Bro. A. L.. Behets; V.G.. Bro. W. Dalglels; Elective Secretary, Bro. A. Brown; Warden, Bro. *T. Scully; Guardian. Bro. L. Thompson. OBTAIN your timber, Iron, cement, bricks and all building requirements at competitive rates from Central Timber Yard.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
NEW MENTONE Phone.4 PARAMOUNT, MORDIALLOC Phone 64. Three Changes Weekly. SATURDAY AND MONDAY John Barrymore, Jean Arthur, James Stewart You Can't Take It With You Also Gene Autry Boots and Saddle Both Pictures For General Exhibition. MATINEE SATURDAY, 2.30 p.m. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Richard Greene and Nancy Kelly Submarine Patrol Also Barry K. Barnes This Man is News Both- Pictures' For General Exhibition. THURSDAY and FRIDAY Olympe Bradna and Ray Milland Say It in French (Not suitable for general exhibition) Also Campbell Copelin and Gwen Munro Typhoon Treasure Suitable for General Exhibition. CAR PARK, WITH ATTENDANT, FREE. THEATRE ARTIFICIALLY HEATED. COMING SATURDAY AND MONDAY Spencer Ti-acy and Mickey Rooney Boys' Town Also The Ritz Brothers Straight, Place & Show Both Pictures For General Exhibition. V. J. BILTON'S " HIRE CARS DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Phone F'ston 27 Melbourne Trips a Speciality. Weddings Attended. V. Bilton (late E. Hall), Proprietor. Depots: Bilton's T...
GLASSES FOR EVERY OCCASION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
GLASSES FOR EVERY OCCASION You will save time and money on your next glasses by consulting ,Mr. E. H. tBergmann, M.V.O.A., the ,.repu table certificated optician. -His- 25 years' experience exclusively:; sight testing and spectacle fitting,-are: 'at your service. If in doubt, !;inquire from .any one of of the. hundreds. of satisfied local clients. -Expert sight testing is without .charge. Pay him' a visit next Saturday, June 24,.- fimm 2.15 p.m. at Sanders Pharmacy, op posite the Franikstoni atation. The advantage will be yours.'If you: de siie 'attention in your own home,, Mr Bergmann will visit :anywhere with out extra charge. Write to him at 76 Hampton street, Hampton; or' phone XW 2427. 3XY Dance, Soldiers' Hall, -next Monday ' (19th). 'Novelties, prizes. Admission 1/1.
The Dole Must Go Mordialloc Citizens' Lead [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
The Dole Must Go Oo Mordialloc Citizens' Lead Citizens of the City of Mordialloc have set a very commendable. examole to the citizens of every district in the Commonwealth .A `committee is in process .of formation congisting of reprosenta tives of the, council, churches, poli tical groups, progress leagues, bene volent bodies, etc., to consider ways and means of abolishing a hateful system of employment which has crept into Australia since the, depres sion. The sponsors of the committee in making a move are giving practical demonstration of the abhorrence with which every good Australian regards a system which breaks men's hearts. That only good can come from such a meeting is apparent, and it is to be hoped that the lead given in Mor dialloc will be *followed elsewhere; It, is evident to ithe political dtudent that it is :usoless. trying to remedy the evil through the- council-the council can certainly lends its aid to the movement-but it appears that. talks of subsidies for the co...
THE SILVER SCREEN NEW MENTONE AND PARAMOUNT. MORDIALLOC. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
TIE SILVER SCREEN -0- NEW MENTONE AND PARAMOUNT. MORDIALLOC. On Saturday and Monday, John Barrymore, Jean Arthur and James Steward come to,the above, theatres in You Can't Take It With You (fdr general exhibition). Live a-glorious experience with the grandest group of warm human beings who ever dared to live their own happy lives. Youh can't help thrilling to the most humai story that ever filled the screen with unforgettable wonder. The supporting feature is Boots and Saddle (for gene ral exhibition), with Gene Autry. Teeming thrills as' Gene rides the lone road in a desperate attempt to rid the range of an unscrupulous band of land thieves. More thrills, more songs, more downright enjoyment than ever packed into one adventure romance before. - On Tuesday and Wednesday, Rich ard Greene and Nancy Kelly are fea :turedi in Submarine Patrol (for gene ral exhibition). The strangest crew that ever sailed the Atlantic, the tini est ship that ever saw action, fighting. angry seas to do a t...
ALSO FURNISHINGS Including:— [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
ALSO FURNISHINGS Including: RUBBED OAK Extension DINING TABLE (folding, with: rope edge), LHand-Carved OAK .DINING -CHAIRS ?(Idquette Seats and Cane Backs), ,Tea Waggon, Divan Couch, OAK SIDE BOARD, Large Tub Chair, Pictures. AXMINSTER CARPET, (like new), 12 x 9 (felt base), 2 OAK BRIDGE CHAIRS, Axminster Mat, 3-pee. Lounge Suite, Cushions, 'Companion Set, AXMINSTER CARPET and felt, 12 x 9; Smoker's Stand, Refractory TABLE in Oak, Fine OAK HALL ROBE, Hall Runner, 18 x 2ft. 3in., AXMINSTER SQUARE, 9 x° 4ft. 61n. BEAUTIFUL 3 PIECE SYCAMORE BEDROOM SUITE with BEDSTEAD to Match; Rayner De Luxe SPRING ,MATTRESS and Pillows : in Blue Brocade; Gorgeous Hand-made CAN .DLEWICK QUILT; -FLORAL AX M INSTER 'CARPET (to . match); 'IESS' FIELD GLASSES (8-32); Fjine' GENT'S WARDROBE, in Oak; •EI?tlCRYSTAL DECAINTfERS (in Frame).. 'Occasional. Table, Pr. CANDLE 'STICKS, Bedroom Clock, Axminster Carpets (small); "Twin" WOODEN .BEDS, Mattresses, Bridge Table, Sil verware, Salad Bowl, Inlaid Kitchen LI...
FRANKSTON RESIDENT HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
FRANKSTON RESIDENT HONORED. Mr. A. J. Gloury, a highly esteem ed and popular personality in Frank ston and the Peninsula, received the honor of Member of the British Em pire (Military),. when the Birthday Honors were announced. Mr Gloury, who is a senior master at Flinders Naval Depot, resides in Cranbourne road, Frankston. He saw nieritor ious service in the . boys' training ship, Tingira (1920), and later 'in -L~'lI.A.S. Adelaide when engaged in the special service squadron cruise. He also saw service in. H.M.A.S. Australia. A well-known figure in the local fodtball world, Mr Glouryj was president when the district ag sociation and Peninsula league were first amalgamated with the conse quent improvement to the standard of the game. Later lie was again transferred to England and was again elected president on his return. Mr. Gloury, who is. captain of the B pen nant team of the Frankston Munici pal Golf Club, has been inundated with congratulatory messages, in which the Standard jo...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 16 June 1939
PERSONAL -0 Miss L. Knight, of Launceston, is enjoying at holiday at Frankston. `-Mr P. Moulds, former postmaster at Frankston and now of Adelaide, spent last week-end in Frankston. In the recent music examinations held at the University Conservator lum, the following successes were gained by students of Mr Leo. Col lins-Grade III, Theory: Laura Hood I (Credit); Grade V, Theory: . Gwen Calder (Honors), Harry Dowd (hon ors); Grade VI, Piano: Joan Han son. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Williams, of Seaford, have returned home after an extended visit to the' home of their a son, Dr. Williams, in Manjimup, West 9 Australia.