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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 14 January 1921
A. T. WALTERS, Baker, Pastrycook, and Caterer, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BAY-ST-, FRANKSTON. &nbsp; Trusts by strict attention to business to retain the splendid patronage accorded to Messrs Burton and Law. Only the BEST Articles &nbsp; &nbsp; Supplied. The wishes of Customers studied in every detail PICNIC PARTIES & SOCIALS CAREFULLY CATERED FOR Bread Delivered locally and in Surrounding Districts Daily. Letters Promptly Attended. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BRODY and MASON MARK BRODY, W R MASON &nbsp; Sworn Valuator. Auctioneer. AUCTIONEERS Land, Estate, Insurance, Finance and General Commission Agents Farm and Orchard Salesmen, FRANKSTON. &nbsp; RENTS and DEBTS COLLECTED Private and Temporary Loans arranged. &nbsp; &nbsp; Furnished and Unfurnished houses to let. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BAY STREET, FRANKSTON. &nbsp; Weekly Sales of Produce and Live...
A Successful Concert [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
A Sucrriefisl Conc-ert iný La ;s, Es= mcm~e~trwac withr the Frsaý3tmtr Leh~uo £vt Chicorh aa~rcl aEzncy l'erbmtZ6oc aDil}' amT 3pbrcrf 6ntIe a I. Eam Liin ds Cniet ammoS U3Q Eclce axi~t=ý wr a" oc, at t~ L~w ha' hear pccs~aot8ra 6 amdismtaoso of e~Pl fLQuc rewaama the aneirtpanh>_ ob ý2iacaI ,W65 U 'te e er PbamkiAm- A upat 3 ; izt 0emzcai* "Alf moral ta:ItftbDT ti w_ corsplare, a·ppcua.' Q~uoe-T~llrý plagr1rd, tBh· o;mrtelnE r aid MLr mu_-fl Iheahnani cca' Tbb followed with tb. H oQCa, "Fbre-r Carr Tack-" lDLr J L Nar; A Fcrr T i l t e 'D w ED ~ db , a 1 L . a m i a mzr m ectre'w~war dmmird_ MZEi Vgm~i zS occrinkt aim ca o ~D"n w am em Fcceet.'" T'h.. M-trir -ad the plizloc ma .7r wait. rercctoi± E ri.th _paan t:3mietg c -thwippýDuruc,, F mm tbj, rL us:Fcý array-er copl E. wifS er ooca aonher ' Mr. Oriwidd Etýýsrv t he r wl- .0 3 eDDe.onma temor, meLtrftrrtkt L ` Te t pl tr and t.gmr' lDn g Eyeey""ar ! arc ecr ra w z. 3rC oamdad. Th* Lcp pfat LE4Zrr als~l 'r "" EtIPai 'ý""ýGrý&a...
The Standard. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
ERID~i. J~-ŽiCAR'T E 1I Local and General News. If yea ar lsin :cr Pritz Meate, -in to C~siazk, Yansa- Stru.t. -. The State Ececut~-e Coonmci has de,:iSS t,, ser~nit draje:-. gr:ers Dancny dC6k-r:5, and to 3ccootst s i thin the Borough oiCarrrnn to keep their shops oenR until 9 p-n on M[on day. Tuesday and WeTinesiays A snake. nmeasuring 4 feet long. eas killed at Walters' Bakery in Bay Street on Thursday. W. Carlke, the Yoony Street but-t cher, supplies sides dnutton at SI per lb-prime mutton toe. Sports "donations- acknowledged with thanks-3lr V. Porter Ll Is. MJajor Grier fl. The dear t o. Mr jar et Otin r ccurred at his res.Iene. Otmer's Hill, Frankstana, ct San ary Est Ee was an old anl respected rsident. rand yas 63 y-ears of age. At :the invitatioc of Captain S~ W. Bru ce, .LP. the Shire Presi-dent -Cr W. P. rasonr. Crs Armszrng oca thi D. Cates. with Cr S:?phins an C~apain D~ies. of Mt? Eizai. ittn hde the tbnquet to the Priime ,?Lais ter, 3fr Hughes, at Dartdenag last Frild...
The Officials [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
The Officials. -:% r;nTe hfollow?ing gentlemen wore. th'e oficials i-Preasdont, Air ',;'Gric6'; Vice Presidents, Cr W. J. Oates and Dr Meaxwell ; Patrons, 'Hoin Alfred Doawnward, Captain Brure, :Messrs Heo'ry Masterton, A. H. Sargood, C. G. V.-Williams,. A. J. Lucas, A. H. Gregory aid F. Werner ;/Solicitor. Mr L. N. R. Utber ; Surgeon, Dr C.. Maxwell ;,Treasurer, Mr J.,E. Jones. The committee were;Crs William Armstrong, WV. P. Mason and F. II. .Wells, Majors Conderand' Grice, anrd Me;sors Marli Brody, J. A. Benson, A. Box.A. Coxall, J. A. Cameron, C. S. Corlett,-J. Clarrke, D DDotnold, Chas Dalman, H: J. Gamble," Chus Gray, C. Grice, J. Hogan, -F. Harrison, F. Johnsor; - Morris Jacobs, W. Keast, J. D. Jennings, S. Lawrsy, George May, E. McComb; T. J. McMurtrie, CI McIKenio, D. McDonald, D. E. Manson, Milner Maenastor, J. Nott .Marsh, H. J. M cCulloch, - E J; Park or. W. Priest, S. Sherlock, A. Timmu -H:Vicars, L.. J.. Ward; C. W.. Wood, C. E. Wood, Wilslor Young, G. W. eVolls, W. Gr...
The Recent Show [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
The Recenf Shoi - ý. mrtiig oe' 65.E e0aýýi62zow ad btu 1 Actr EH and A. An7riiatian wj s i Edd onm '.b dia eaemImr Pn# ae4-`rH Gib~ trJCn tbtc*iP Cr- O- UtL and W&111 Manon- Griio-. Meoeon X oaoen,,h r C EC. Woad. C. lr4ooa-A W. W. rasa El ,ramLn I MeD oo1F , M~ 1?,. .a $a50. F; lre, W.-C. Tama= and tb* & cotaz-; iE. P.,errett An tdm e+rrnm baLasot . =t, nhaZ. the ex;andiflren oonnoot d 'rik da.ý roe,-n-t 3 w amnonnred to a 0 e- On $. cndit ddae zarm' inaao an aaonoit oa4 :2 SP, a~tsLcaior dnerai~ri.-ritaý Bricn~zy 'C6 ce. t p~ai' to w ithLrri n 13 tr4 dit me- ct.L`- Cr (pates Oied te eflooid Ce d * reenttL rryn ~a 2P dcar L ac ier" do ttr anramtsaEte aOoer upeprn L one,, tti t:art Ears , irilda Let ;e'" I e e, ffý H-·rcr.-,arzlzo c~e tE-ý Lrta- 7 cnt r,_ooLr- 1Lzaic Grior a mud it OwL; ats-alaiPT d~tE A&2riv erer tEOtd te E'rat* Et s errr a' do Ibiae it Tai riLlr kid t ý f i r - cpmla r wi k andee u hpit t nml: ;enf i.;::r b* n're'd rn tla~tr as kre'ccmat t...
CLASS A.—HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
CLASS A.?-ORSES. As e.xpoted, the liorsos ntrioe were largo: -The.first evot, Bdst 14 2 Pous irttraited 15 poniesMfromi Frirnkstou, Somervrille, :sCarrus , Eppliug; Oak leigh,: Cranliorerd, B3tctoi', Dandd nong, Pearcedale -oand Flemington. Tho prize srieiol Wvith it the Society's Chlipion Rilibon, and -the juldges hlndoe sname to ?Mr J. Hicki·, of Flemingtion.. Mr: W.\. A Bairctt, of Oa!i leighi was avwarded second lprize. The 13 2 Pony; hoeever, was wfniby n local . pony, owned :iby Miss .?lary l'riglit. with Mi* B. Palfreyman'l in ?tecond pilce-_ Likeewise,. the peizo for 12.2 Ponuy stay?d :at heomse irs Henry \I astertou~ supplyintg firt and. thrd' horise, theeparating poSsy bhi irig ownued' hi 'liss 'Joy~ce ii'Beok ettZ of Hirkiawny. Mirs Goo .Taylor (EEas :Malveri) "won the Best Buggy Horsc with' nlue, upltandgding gelding, fron lessrs J. Hickey aud J. Fulton, the Baxtei 'exhibitor. loMessrs D. J Gariblo (Lyndlurst)'and George Free (AMornington) were rilaced'in that or der wit...
Campers at Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
Camper, at. Cricket.., pEP Z!r 1i` blnidwea C rfi f tc Fem iiEl :ad ((. 4L L? L i EPD:PILtr6IC I t A ý!Ný. A 4. ri. !'TuanieEu tacot G is R a aeovef, uetn =-?i 1 BgnL·. 4u'_ ?,A f* ect ; A- & ETg 8 dot al. L. i O^ rL . Ca~ r N,_ Gt lf"L~irk~t o W_ asualawlie( 44 ar~t rlss.. 1l_ SosIIIlur k 44 G &ulsle L" . ýslt B~IIall:rx ; Caaoi EFretrtar 2 dor toe, 4. haari3oal d'ar" I,.A tealcae adC m l naý` m' iis th.b . b i E a -ldl Sear at'. &=Ure+ = a and e-mc a -. De-sat .1. FiaaU .,ii. G- F CU~tc·ry. Cro TS2ýSIYLf'w CI BSZZ' 2ý' l0t
AYRSHIRE CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
AYRSHIRIWCATTLE. Numerically; the Ayrshiro cattlo were deficient, but not son in quality, for the judge, MIr W. Bruut,.of Cran bourue, e?oressedd himseolf as being fel! l'pleased .yith .the. cant e .9hlbi. tedil. Slngttrai:'ly euough, the Chbma pion Ribbon was awarded tW a Crta boiurne nimoal, wbhich thoroughly de served the pize. She was ownedf by Mr John McLellan, whilst the second and third cows were owned by Mr W. Sims, a Lyndmurst breeder of note, who won the Champlon Ribbon for Bull (aged), asweoll as first for heolor and two-year-old bull.
Somerville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
Somerni 1e Notes 6emtkif f milt :canna is Ci r ctnria m i0D aa BFnt.-iat Somrrrvii b. - O 4Ge tae! : uF Si& L G6CE. L; hne -; u h a ·& a " Ee flwy tf :mervnO~a n ýSr t i cesan~m>Fr62ara e G`" Fr117:rtl~m"Vou* Hncý GLkmr1wk amdl .-siD1?Oa1tn a-ýeIk4:!eHgtiimg tmrs axe ardw~ o - ita E; dtttt~ a~rý º rorrr gears 3 E* maclP 0nfr 3z trt1 110 C. prnis riai l mr u-m- pa&Hc. setcra00y wile l Erlp Cvne ta, maratL rra4-ý 1'r aracriDr. oaf- $am G EI o.aldy cy. t·P 4 fru^Itt ie aiiii0 at ¢t--wnoc~an E:;rn .to n ee tre* "rCrar a !Mz~trii _. iK i;ga o~i-~W- uSu
Jersey Cattle [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
Jersey Cattle The Jersey cattle were also very good, and dairymen were noticod standing about discussing the merits of the respeoctive animals. M:Mr Johnu McKenzie, of Tooradia, actedris the judge. With a beautiful.animal, Mr J. Clarke; tho Laingwarrin breeder, defeated. Mr J. Hutchiinson with, the 'Best JeroseyCow. Mr: H. Stephens, of Cai raum, showead a nice Jersey, but, she failed: to catch the judgee's eye:. lMr IIHtutchinsoi sectiuli flirst p'rizoe for Best Heifer aud the Socoety's Champ-; fisn Ribbon for'Best'Bull. 'Mr Hut= chinson is the well-kndown Sod nrville breeder, whose Jersey -herd is noted throughout the State. IRelently Mr Hutchinson solId Valdas, Qiueen of Somorvillo," 'who seci-red the second prize amongst three-yeor-olddesIt the Royal Show ;litstyeiir, to a Poit Fairy breeder.fcr 200 giiineas, :vhilst auoth er realsed 150 giiineas from the same buoyer. Mt; C. E. .Wood, the Mount Eliza breeder, 'also ipossesses some fine stocli, and' reaped first for Bull itwo year...
The Week's Epitome A Summary of Events of Local Interest Phillip Island's Heroes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
The Week's Epitome A Summary of Events of Local Interest r. - , Phillip IWand's Heroes ?a Crit friiJ ar T "F* 1Iamxic kg, 'Jii?.'r aiatp tC ew yioary at~ t0 Ui Ia Lrna; dir Grair g."" ari ai aeuctwl by Or buxom~O at, taw I' rauier ac t o Cari~r ci erarrmDi tiers D&mtu ad Q, raar-~ iD~p QDL u Emrr 1Loxy aIdd . a.~I~ rEPdtE L~, tha itte ttae ttaIl OL rt tii ntrfTa t 37r'_ $ti J D a Jr .Bac n,. at Cuwea. Thom tnm ap ccr dar n r~r nal, 0 Da J'ta· ramitk rttrtn Eutia Eurcet cn aa T~iln tF~i aml t It d acnv straut trey Dctmit aelaýl ELr Garur ad .. caDto LL Il et atni ,tt almruutnr t i ifit, tJ w wi a tat BLhrait' 11171A5lt (1L tD.CfiirBr l IHY.':eat-.-jni'D n omacy-p Daata, ? utu:Li1 a crunann teen! Eera-tuH: r~er EE(1i''lm firnrfi tbiFrr maaarmet t ;nD try AM15 T ~ib'4L; J tlte: E:Lraj ih tdal' G = ^d~j atcmii , a'urut Fat, Hdt rjrra atax A.LDD ilw~jf n-, ecixf&lt; Elnnali~i I artwrr B ih thw Pi:Ltiacus
The Official Luncheon [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
..Te Official Luncheon The Luncheon. `took place at the Pier Tea HIouse;'woore tbo firstcloas appaol utmoiots- were -reitly apprecia ted byt1e v'listors. The ompletoeness of-the service andl the excellence of the viands wero favoraIbly'comimented oo, nod Mr Yicaries hglily compli oieuted ou the catering 'and the ar rnugomeots geuoerall .:3 .: After the tonst of Theo King bad been honored,` the Presidtlet (MI Juo Gricm) proposed th etoast:of the Fed ,ral P,l .liamlet, .cotiplod tilth the mreol of Clptain Brtce. Ref6rriug to rerionus pereonugega linh bhdl:opened the Frankston elhsho, Mr Giice said that two, the lnto' : ir John.uiadden uoul?ir Williamn' rvivne ,. had hold the ,fticaof Lioetoennut-Ghvernor',Tui?d lie e edt o.fliefutur he s th nooqxpo) =te ce n stole for.the pro-cut Menmr er.for, FPlllnders. (Cheerl) luI repouse, l'aptain ,Bruce said :it was I' privilego to be a momber of the National Parliament, aild he regret ted that Pairlltamut did not carry the esteem and regard of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
A. T. WALTERS, Baker, Pastrycook, and Caterer, BAY-ST,: FRANKSTON' Trusts by tri:t atlention to business to retain ipthe splendid-patronago accorded to Messrs Burton and Law Only the BEST Articles Supplied The wishes-of Customers studied in every detail PICNIC PART? , " It SOCIALS CAREFULLY..CTERED FOR Bread IDelivcr,;d locally and In aurrounding Districts Daily. Letters Promptly Attended to LKI'ODY aiid MASON IRK ]L'OD)Y, W. P. MASO1 n orn Valuator . uctlioncr. A UCTXO EER # + .,d, Estate, Illnurance, Finance and General Commission Agents t. arm and Orchard Salesmen, FRRN KSTON. li*:NTS and DEBTS COLLECTED I vatse and 'T'omporiry Loans arran :ed. Furnisiho tland l TJnuruished Ilouses to Letl 1..\Y STRE'ET,; FIANKSTON. Weookly Sales of Produce -nod Live, .5 k in our Rol?msand Y ard adjoining Va Strcet, Franlkalun; ol E?iesy Wed Sjn for LondoiU and Lancatfiirc Frn Insurance Co.; City Mutithl Firo t-laar lnce Co, Australia .Mutuat Live tlout nsurincu- Co. I'rfecutivtoliSives; blui :la...
THE ANNUAL SHOW Horse and Jumping Events Keenly Contested [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
Horse and Jumping Events Keenly Contested The ,Frankston Horticultural and Agricultural Association hold iie"19th Annual Exlibition on' Thirsday, January 13th. The .drizzliing rain in the forenoon affected theo.attendance, and the gste.reoipts (£51) were un der those ciroumstances- very satls factory. The President;, r James Grico,' J. P introduced Captain Bruce; IiM.H.R, who opened the show. Captain Bruce said'he regarded agricultural shows as an important type of function, as it was the meeting place of people of all shades of political thought. The vital .importance of a show:to a'dis~( district could. not be exaggerated. The whole of tho coonitry's futiire is wrapped -up in the develppmident of .agriculttirui und.prim?a-y- rodueti.n, und:arid sifit n' helpiriff to ninake tlio show a su'ccessshbouild bo'given freely by all in a posution to do'so. He" was particularly interosts lifi:the Franks ton Show, ~is he was. now a resident of the district.:(Hear, hoar). It Was perhaps' fort...
At the Ringside [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
At the Ringside . Aftei two o'clock thd attendance rapidly increased until at three there was a very fline gathering. The horse events excited the real interest of the day. Competition was keen, and an interesting afternoon's entertainment was afforded. A record number of entries were received, and the judges and stewards had a big task in comu pleting the ring events on time. The number of lady riders this year was a feature of the show, and their superb horsermanship elicited frequent app lause. Apart from the show proper, the public were well catered for in the way of aide shows. - The merry go-round, boxing tent, porformicg dogs, and the usual tents alleged to contain astonishing freaks and'prodi gies, all attracted attention. Under the leadership of Mr H. Blasket, the Frankston Orchestra tendered a fine programme in the Pavilion. Taken as a whble, the show was a decided success. It was unfortunate that the- unsettled weather in the morning affected' the attendance, Had the day ...
Railway Employes' Picnic [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
Railway Empoyes' Picnic The Annual Picnic of 'the Aus tralian Railways Uniou .was heild at; the F~ankston Park..(which was left in a disgraceful untidy condition) on Saturday last. 'Despite the .strike. restrictions which cut out Sunday trains, -four special trains' were.run. from Melbourne, Moe and Warraguil. and the; attendance was, estimated at 3,500. The - weather wasp delightful, and many of the Gippalanuders sore greatly pleased to have a dip in the briny before returning home.. The Newport Breas Band was in atten dance, whilst side shows and gamies of chance were particlearly numor oneu;During thb afterntoon the young couples .:made- merry, juzziug at the Meehiolcs' :lInsfltute, whilst sports and Highland nnd Irish aunoug were the 'fntures. at he parul. Spoenlting:-at th official linchSon, the: Genoial Soedretry, rW. Smith, statod thl?t his ornisisation reopresou-n iod the biggest cormpositeoiulustry in thlie Southeru Hemispherot a power ful organisation,? -hrise Pwor e would...
DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921
DOGS. One cat put in an appearance, but was merely for exhibition purposes, no we leave the cat, and "go to the dogs," which were more numerous, prizes going to Mesdames V.'L. Steet (Thornbury), W. H. Waters (Morn ington) and A. Dyer (Pearcedale), Messrs L. Francis (Cranbourne), R. C. Macafee (Frankston), T. Bentley (Melbourne), J. Robertson (Rich mond), H. Merrett (Dandenoung), J. Archibald (Langwarrin) and Major Grice (Moondah). -