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Frankston Police Court A Varied Assortment of Cases before Magistrate [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
I Frankston Police Court i? A Varied Assortment of Cases before Magistrate jl Monday, 4th April. " Before Mr. Knight, P.M., and M\ C. W. Grant, J.P. Clark v. McKenzie.-No appeai ance of either party. Case strucl out.. , Borough of Carrumn v. \V. Bu chanan.-Allowing stock to stray- o unfenced land within the borough i;ined- 5/-, witli-13/ .costs. - A Baker Charged. \V1m. Llewylyn, baker, of Chelsea was'proceeded against by the. Public "Health Delartmnent for failing tc protect food intended.for sale frors flies, vermiin etc. W.. H. mClose, departmental in spector, said. that when he visited defendant's . phop in February lie found a lad named I?ayei in charge. Defendant was 'away on holidays. In the bakehouse lie found seven loaves of bread uncovered, with umyriads of flies about. There were spider webs on the. walls, and in a bin contain ing wheaten meal le obtained the weevils shown in the sample pro duced. Cross-examined by' Mr. Williams, Witness said there was no work. go ing on ...
Tanti Market Report [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
Tanti Market Report Alex Scott & Co. Pty Ltd report having bold their usual monthly sale atTanti on Monday last, when'they had forward a fair yarding of cattle, splendid yarding of sheep, and a small supply of pigs, to a good atten dance of buyers. Good milkers were in demand, and quality, forward springers aroused keen competition, but otherwise bidding was dull, life-' less and backwrd, anu store cattle were hard to dispose of. Plenty of good quality lambs and ewes were for ward, but the demand was poor. the prices offered being. mucbh.lower than vendors expected and large numlbra were passed in, but for pigs there?eas a total clearance at eatlafactory fated. We quote'-Milkers, .£12'to'£15 1_ ; Forward . Springers, £13 to £15.5a ; Backward, £9 to £12 : Fat Catt!e £10 l2a&.'-£14 los ; Flesby Helfers, !£5 S6d to £7. ; LineM of Steers, .£10 32e k' " rF .. ,.,;. qr 1 " ··r ? +'1'' i. · r , ,* 6d to £4 16 B; lls, £4 to- £6 1B;; Fat Ewer, 22/3 to 24/6 ; Lambe, to 21s 7d ...
Dance at Dromana [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
Dance at Dromana ... The Dromana Tennis Club recently conducted a very successful dance, which was largely 'attended by visi tors. "As: secretary, " Miss Dorothy Sheehan earned the praise of all for the arrangements and artistic decora tions. She was ably assisted by Miss Phyllis Chambers and Mr W.. MoFar lane, whilst the music wa a 'spplied by Mrs Walter Jennings.
Our Seaford Budget [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
Our. Seaford Budget A very successful Euchre?Party and Dance was held at Howell's Dining Rooms on Saturdaf°last.,?There whs a ~ilendid attendance, representative of the whole district, and, with good music and an excellont M.C, a very enjoyable time was spent. The re sults of the euch:e tournament'were as follows :-Gents, fountain .pen, Mr Le Bruho ; Ladies, set ornamen tal jugs, Mrs Howell, whilst Mr Led ger caused great amusement by par ading the booby prize with great sol emnity. This is the second enter tainment held by the Tennis Court Committee, and it speaks volumesfor their organising ability that the .net result of .both- entertainments . run. well into £10. Miss Evelyn Paxman officiated very ably atthe piano, and, Messrs Porrester and Leitch tviolins) provided excellent. music. The Ten nis Court movementis in the right hands to Irnsure a successful issue and with generous local support amn sympathy, Seaford will soon get its tennis courts. A publio meeting re the tennis co...
Our Somerville Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
Our Somerville Letter The nionthly 'lceting of the Fruitr growers' Association. was held" on Moilday evening last, the president (Mr. G. R 'Warren) being in? the chair. . . Mr. Olson, an officer of the! Rail= way Department, was, present to dis cuss "wilfthth'egrowers" the proposal, to have a tally~ clerk' appointed ht the station, to., check consignments' of fruit .sent frotni here. Several mdmbers ocoplained of, the. unsatis factory treatment. they.. had, receivcd in thc.-nmatter 'of losses and' rough handling of their. tiit, tlie president statting:. that a consigni ctit,; of '90 cases 'to' Glenhintly: took :cight.:days to reach there. ". On ilie other .liand, several present said their losses, covering a lperiod'of mnhny' years, had been -ilnmost ntil. :,Mr. Olson reportedc that during sfive' months of. thte :fruit season . 2106: tons' of fruit had beeni sent . from thelocalstation. :The cost . oL?cti loQyiing. a tally., clerkc? dir ing lthat .peripd.wohldL bce"£72, whiid would ...
Personal Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
Personal Notes i Mr W. K. Jeffrey for some time Supeirintbidling 'Civil En'glier atthe. Flinde s Naval Base, las vacated the position,' aid joined'the" HIume Pipe Co Pty Ltd., wiiich'is carrying out great developmental works in West ern Australia. "Mr Jeffrey has been succeeded at the Base by Mr Williams. Brigadier.General H. Grimwade, D.S.O, of Frankston-, has -consented to present the British' War Service Medals to Mornington ex soldiers on Anzac Day, April 25th. Master Lennie Purdy, if'Franliston with his pony, Bonnie Lane, was successful at the. Mornlngton gym khana during the Easter holidays. Mr W. Wilson Young, of "The Standard" staff, is at present enjoy ing a holiday in the Gembrook dis trict. Mr and Mrs J. R. Drake, of-Long Island, attended the farewell concert, at the Athenaeunw Hall, to Miss Roba Rangan, who is proceeding to Eng land to continue her studies. - The late Mrs Marion Beveridge, who died;at Swan Reach, Gippsland, on March' 23rd,waas the niothero?fOiMr Alick Bo...
"Sunset and Moonrise" The Idealistic Solitude of Davey's Bay (Written Specially for "The Standard.") [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
L"Sunset and Moonrise" The Idealistic Solitude of Davey's Bay (Written Specially for "The Standard.") Away from- the hustling crowds and the huml-drum of city life away from the shrill aind far-reich ing echoes of the "Hedal" boy, with his budget of literature that trans: mits to the people the results of in dustrial unrest, commercial intelli gence, the humour atndl pathos of life-lies Davey's Bay, tihe Mcditer ranean of 'the Southern hemlisphere. But perhaps you say, "There is hothing to speak of at Davey's Bay!" Perhlaps not to you, gentle reader, if you are one of the thousands to day who persist in .suppressing what little sentiment you possess. You are too occupied .with the high cost of living, strikes, wars, and.-- other -troubles affecting the world to-day and presenting an outwardly gloomyu appearance. .. And ithere you lo.e sight of the idc:al in the actual.. Could you not for once allow your thoughts 'to dwell-- upon - things- imaginary and fanciful-tthoughts- moren soot...
"In Old Kentucky" Another Slashing Anita Stewart Picture [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
"In Old Kentucky" Another Slashing Anita Stewart Picture Some time ago, I remarked that there was too much of the same thing about "Constance Talmadge's pictures. but after witnessing "The Virtuous Va.mp"' on Saturday night, I make an unconditional withdrawal and the'amende honorable. "The Virtuous Vamp" was quite original, and showed Connie at her very best. It carried a hearty laugh.with prac tically every incident. These are the pictures weivwant-they make one's mind.relaiCits .'ieimnnal-grip `bn?om mercialism and the workaday world; The picture itself opehed its story. with scenes of the disastrous earth quake at Sdn Francisco, "iir which the" haughty Armytages-Connie,was the daughter-lost everything nut 'themselves: Hard hit by'adversit?.. Constance changed her name from Gwdndolyne Armytage to the..good old family name, Nellie Jonies, and tackled toil as a s'tenographer in' an otfice where there were a lot of nice people employed --doing nothing, seemingly. Conway'Tearle was th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
A. T; WALTERS, Baker, "Pastrycook,, and Caterer, BAY-ST, FRANKSTON PICNIC PARTI'S & SOCIALS CAREFULLY CATERED FOR Bread Dellverld locally and in Suiroundlng Districts Daily. Letters Promptly Attended to A Trial will give every Satisfaction. com njmon fal t b Sanko- taia OPEN FOR ALL CLASBBB OF General Banking Business In the PrlnIlpol isslend Towns of Australia and Rabaul (NewBrltaln); London (Sv Savings Bank Department at all Branocoae and ?ving.l Bank Aglnoles. at 2602 Post Omces through out Australlni, nd t Papus. Now Britaln. ol.omon, and other Island. ofthe Pail. 8'3 Intereston Deposits up to £1,000. 3% Interest on Amounts over £1,000 up to 1,800. JAMr?8 KEL.L, Sir DENISON MILLER, K.O.Ml.QO., Seputv Governor July tat. 1920 Governor Boots and Shoes BELL BROS (Successor to A. Sullivan) The Place to pturchase high-olass Foot ,wnare of ilny style required at the low est price. We: do not offer cheap foot ware, but good' footware cheap. Sand shoes for the beach at prices tos...
Miss Maori's Successes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
Miss Maori's Successes Mr Tom Perridge, the Tooradin sportsman, had another successful day at, the Mornington ,gymkhana with ,his fine mare, Miss Maori. This beautiful animal, for which rumor says 150 guineas was recently refused, scored in the Equestrienne, Lady's Hiaclt, Jumping Horse, Lady's Hun ters and Hunter's Plate events at the Mornington carnival, but already for the present year Miss Maori has won someS50 prizes at Frankston, Dande nong, Somerville, Flinders, Morn ington and elsewhere.
APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
-APPRECIATION=. " As'a' tolkenof their e'sctem and ritatiude, .[essrs.: ,Anidcrson .: ani? DJuglis . ?arc ',1resenting - "Arnie" Brow?in itli' i framed' illumiaten d hd dress. It is dinticipat'ed? thlit? the Roval fiiilane Society will" rccog ise suitably .thd:fin'le ife-savisig per ormtnance of Mfr. :'-Browni:-The erald." '' " . . "'. ":? ," :"? .'"" ?," ' "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
Gibbons & Tyree, (LATE A.I, General Storekeepers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, SQOMEIRYILLE,. General Storekeepers and Importers, We Carry Large stocks Drapery, Groceries, Hard ware Boots & Shoes, Bran Chaff, Pollard,& all other Cereals. Local Agents for Cuming Smith and Co.'s 'Manures:- Law, Somner & Co.'s Seeds. Manchester Fire Insurance Co. Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailor Made Suits a Speciality. r--, KEAST BROS. (Late T. Ritchie end:Co) THE FARMERS' FRIEND ' I: Wholesale and Retail Produce & Grain Merchants ' . . FRANKSTON. ý e carry Large Stocks of Chaff & Grain of all kind S Sugar, Kerosene and Manures. S We Invite a share of public patronage. Ai1 oods Sold at Lowest . 0-Possible I rites. atu . k:' . . t ci . a'0s ,0 l. Cke, Blo-d MNoal. Linseed Meal, Ponltry Foods of ill kinds, Vegetable Seeds, Hay, Straw, . -: . Prices subject to market fluctuationR. BREODY and MASON ?1G BRODY, W. P. PMASON ?tfn " s'aluator .tuOctO...
Thrilling Rescue Made Brave Seamanship at Cowes to be Recognised [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
* ' -~-- :- ' - -::: _____ ^~- '-'-'*'_--- .C-h Thfling Rescue Made Brave Seamanship at CoN es to be Recognised _ _ _- ^ ----- . .in'' -.,.-tl 7- ~-«--.. ' ' - ^-^*'cjg Resource and seamanship were shown by Mr. Arnold R. Brown, of Cowes, \estern Port, in rescuing anglers irolt the sea, according to a report received. by the Royal Hu mane Society. On the asterneoon of Sundas, Feb. ruary 27tlh, .r. R. Anderon,:' of Railway-parade, Thornbhiur,' in t cot-l pany with Messis. Jas. Loublas,, of Princes-street, Melbourne;. and ..S. Kennon, of Cowes, Phillip Island,'set out for the iihnapper. grounds at Cowes in a -small cat-boat belong ing.. to the last-iahed.' Mr. Kennon is well known to hun dreds of visitors to Cowcs, and is/a fisherman and boatman of many years' experience. Owing tb his" ad ranced age, and :tos his havitng, suf fered "a paralytic .stroke some tilie ago, he retired. from active seafar-. bing.. But the call of the sea proviug irresistible, lie, bought a small boat in.which...
TOO MUCH DELAY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
TOO MUCH DIfLAY. A Welshman sued a f llow-cnuntry In n fur a sum of u:oney c wirg to ! im, but though the debtor repe ted ly offered to work off the Cebt, this did not tappeal act all t1, the credit or. ' Finally, the judge as' ed:the ilaintiff why he was so unwillihg to accept the debtor's offer to work off the debt. "Well, you see, your honour,"- was the reply, "the man is an under taker." The junior partner was harried. "I shall have to get anothr typ ist," he lamented. "Miss Taik is continually" interrupting my :dicta tion to ask how to spell a word." "Dear, dear I" said the senior par tner. "That seems a great wast6 of time." "It's not that I mind," responded the other. "But it's so bad for dis cipline to keep on saylsg 'I don't know' I " The school visitog was asking the class a few questious. "Now, how do bees dispose of their honey 7" he inquired. ""They cell it," announced' the clever boy of the class.? Lodger (facetitiously): "This steak is like a cold day in December, Mrs...
WISE AND OTHERWISE. ON FAMILIAR TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
WISE AND: OTHERWISE, ON FAMILIAR TERMS. "I :e a-layin' down , "ind the L"r astworsa one day,'- anid'tie e et er na "rearicator, "a-firli' at the hI ny, an .a it in' of "eii ?-'eery time,~i:when I 'ears the p-tt:r ti a 'orse's 'oofs Lehiud me, Th"..u voice said : 'IHIi, th're, you with ie a"'oadly baim I Jlit come 'ere.'alf ;mo i'p "I turned round an' saloLtel, aa' who should it 1:e hut the General. 'I come up an' shook nme by the 'and. '" Wot's yer nnme?' sesa'e:" "'Logan, General.' sez I. *' Your ftst name ?' sea fa.:: ';ian, air,' sez I, 'Dan Iogin.' '" Well, D n,' se 'e 'go.'ome. Yo are a-killin' too, ninny men. It don't seem sadly .fair. It's m s~ycree, that's wot it is. An' look 'ire, Dan, don't call me "General"--cll' nm Herbert,' sez 'e."