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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
Emtalbiished 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.LF.) Progiessive Ironmongers 1llayne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and - Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash Bay Estate .... Agency .... Opposite Station. Phone 88, THOSE who have houses they wish to let for long terms at reason able rents or who want to lease Farms, Orchards, grazing areas, etc, are requested to call, write .or phone, Some of the blocks advertised at reduced prices have been sold, but we still have two or three which offer anyone anxious to secure a fine home or week end site an exceptional chance. Tenders W 4N'riD, for clearing BLOCKS . 2 to 20 acres, prepared give good price -Apply John Robertson, Two Prvs Nurseries, Moorooduc, or C. M. Griffith, Queen Street, Morn ington. Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, April 9th,. 1921 ANITA STEWART in The Great American Classic IN OLD KENTUCKY Supporting Programme includes FLORENCE VIDOR, and ZAZU PITTS in the riot THE OTHER HALF Also Comedies, Gazett...
VITALITY CRUSADE Mr Francis Parer Lectures [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
VITALITY pCIUSADE Mr Francis Parer Lectures A series of lectures, illustrated by lanteru.slides, have recently been de livered at Frann?ston by Mr.Francis Parer, of St Kilda. In these lectures, Mr Parer, who has'quite a following here, specialised in the matter of diet and devoted much time to pointing out the effect of fmproper feeding on the hlumani system. ' Mr Parer con tends that' most of the'"ills' that tlhe flesh is'heir to" is the natural'consi quence of ignoranc" in 'the prear~ - tion of food.. Thoevil .effectlof the white' bread hbbit `rind the' broadcast custom 'of tea dinkihg has, he says, been more: benefloialtod the undertak er than to the' slli?esofthe habit. Mr Parer doesn't appreciate the medical profession--`the colt is ge nerally mores baneful than beneficial at any time or. in anyplace.'" ,. This attitude, of opposition to 'mdicine while doubtfully received in the ini tial stages of the discburseosiapparent. ly progressed astime 'went by, for like Goldsmith's chu...
The Bowling Green Ratepayers' Vigorous Representations to Council [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
The Bowling Green Ra tepayers' Vigorous Representations to Council On Thursday last one of the larg est deputations of recent years wari ted on the Shire Council in support of the decision to allow a portion of the foreshore at Frankston to he used as.a bowling green site. Those present were Messrs Whee ler, Dalman, Barrett, Willox, Lass lett, Hodgins, Manson, Parker, \V' Bell, Munro, Macafee, Upton. Mor ris,. McMurtrie, Cuthnert, Lambie, Macmaster and Young. .In introd ucing the deputation, the Shire President said there had.been a lot of, controversy over council's action-,in giving permission to the bowling cluh to occupy a little block of land, 120 x 130, on the foreshore, which at that.point comprised an ar ea of about 5 acres between the jetty andlthe creek. There wereother fore shore areas, including 7 or 8 acres between tlhe creek and Wells Street. There was a big principle involved -whether the Council. was capable of regulating .and isafeguarding the foreshore or whether '...
I.O.R. Social Tent [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
I.O.R Social Teitt The usual fortnightly. m-eetlng of the I.O.R ocial Tentwas held in the Mechanics' Hall last Monday night, the attendance being fair. The Chief Ruler, Mr A. Nich'olson, presi ded. Mr F. H. Wells presented a report of the Annual Rqohabite Con vention held at Mlolbourne on' arch 26th; and the detaili and valuable in formation" given by Mr Weils was most interesting to all, those present. He stated that amongst the namse of the fallen heroes on :the Honor Roll unveiled by the District Chief Ruler, .Nlr Manning, were three from the Frankstqn district,; namely-tole late b Jessrs'Ellis, . Elliott "and Thomas.. \Ur Nicholsona warmly congratulated Mir Wells for his fine ieport.' ' Thememberrs also took the oppor tunty to a rvo to say r Renouf, who li making a six. months visit to England, the land of his birth. , Mr J. McComb handed Mr Renouf a gold I.O.R medallion as a token of esteem anid wished him health and happiness during the tour. In responding, Mr Renouf said he w...
About People [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
About People Brigadier-General Grimwade pro poses leaving Frankston to spend the winter months at Arniadale. Mdr George Kenst and Dr J. 3. Grifliths, of Somerville, are at pres. Eent enjoying a holiday in Tasmania. Mr Henry Masterton, of Frankston, is visiting Sydney, the principal at traction being that his horse, King of the Sea, has been competing at the Ri'ndwick races. Mr and Mrs R. -WV. htcCulloch, of Seaford, sailed for England and the United States.. A visit may-also be made.to France They expect'to.re_ turn to Australia in about nine months time. M: H .J. McCulloch will, be in charge of the Seaford Sand Pitsedur Ing his father's absence: :Sincethe enterprise was formed into a company Hogan's Pits have been pu'rcfased, and the company 'proposes installing new -machinery and extending oper ations. '
Mechanics' Institute [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
Mechanics' Institute The mouthly meeting of the Frank ston Mechanics' Institute conimittee was held on Mlonday ,evening, whden Messrs W. C. Younig (chairinan), P. Wheeler,'A. E. Laselettanr? CrW. P: Mason wele present. Aniapplication from .Mlr Mark Brody, secretary of the dance held in' aid of the Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind' for a refund of amount -charged for hire of the hall was considered, but the co umittee passed ' a resolution ex pressing-regret at its inability to ae cede to the request, owing to the ex isting state of the finances. 'The Public Health Department wrote ap proving the plans submitted in con nection with the alterations to' be made to the hall, and the secretary, Mr Charles Dalman, was instructed to notify the architect to call tenders fcr the work at ones. Reference was al so made to the condition of the hall piano- and it was decided to ask Mr Kilner to inspect same Apologies for non-attendance were-received from Messrs W. W. Young and H. Vicars.<...
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
Repatriatioli Notes Returned; Soldiers -are 'invited . tc apply to this. Committee for- -advice beforo entertaining.; business pro posals of any, kind.. - ,,:":-. Those . Soldiers .- and , Dependent needing assistance;, sustenance,-&c... are hereby notified that by personal' application to n y oqf the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may be-- btained :-Messrs Oates i(chairman), C. Gray,' W. S. Hartland,. F. Johnson, W. P. Mason, T. J. MoMurtrie, av E. Barrett. - Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any iacancy suitable for. returned men. Persons having Businesses or Property, &c., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earn estly invited to communi': s particu lars to the Committee. Awaiting Employment- 1 Grocer. E. BARRETT, Hon. See, . Repatrition, Frankseton.
Taylor-Ritchie Wedding [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
Taylor-Ritchie? i eddiiig The marriage of iis Ada irk Ritchie, daughter of Mr andiMrt-T. Ritchie, :of ,"Ramsdale;". Morlnng ton, t'b Mr'Fred "Victor Taylo~'(late A. I F), son of the- late ir· and Mrrs H: Taylor;'late of Middle Park, was celebrated at'Scot's' Church, Collins Street, Melbourne;, on April lit, the Rev Dr, Alexiihder Marshall officiat ing....;The Bride, who was attended by- two bridesmaids, bliss Doreen Campbell and iMiss Sheila Shannon (cousin of the bride), was given away by her father, and Mr Reg K. Ritchie, brother of the bride, acted as best man. After the wedding ceremony, a reception and breakfast was held at the Grand Hotel, where about '40 guests were entertained. Amonigthe wedding presents, which were numer ous and handsome, was a :wallet' of English £1 notes: "tho gift of the: Mornington Racing Club and'fribende. The Bride and, Bridegroom left the nextr day- by • the:llantua :on a-itbree months honeymoon -to Ceylon--and' India..
The Band Rotunda [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 April 1921
The Band Rotunda Mr H. B. Legge,of Yuille Street, Frankston, writes ,-In regard to the letter signed "Maswelotes", in "The Standard" last issue re the Band Ro- tunda, I feel it is my duty to shoul- der the blame for the unfinished state of the Band Rotunda and Archway. as I have had the work in hand for some considerable time, I therefore hope that "Maswelotes" will not claim victory when he sees that the wood work has been repaired, the steps and flag poleflxed in position, and other repairs effected.
About People [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 April 1921
Aboat Peop le Lady. Maodden waso amongst tho guests' nt :h.ei Jolly-Prikiug wedding on-Teu'dey looast.'. .!: :Mr' J? ,ODonoghue?: eof Fianlkston, hlio bas beenseiony ill, is now oapni oeching the convali ecet st tage. In the absence of the.Rev Norman Webster:' . A; who is reniovinig to New Zeialand, the Presbytcri.nu ser visces-ant Boneo ,arid?ilooroo?duc, on Sunday last, were condict?hd y: Rev J 1. Sims, of Mordilildd ?. , 1sMr Corinelius Mclneriey, who was cruished td. de'ith by?a .fall of metal at thcDromann quarries last week, resided;at Cheltcnlhnim,iind 'leaves a wife and.'six children.' Hde hid been cmployed`: by'. -Mr G: T.. Alliiutt on: several road contracts, ,inl various parts; of the Peninsilda.:: t : • Missudd, Joiwho for some time has been attached to the teaching staff of tlih Frarltston StatedSchool, has resigned frdom the iervice. ' She.ha's been succeedeelUy Miss Murra-y.'.; \lr, Mouiro, `one time Mayor of H so thoi n, wii id is at present i esliing at Frianmstodi ...
Foreshore at Seaford Public Meeting Supports Tennis Courts [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 April 1921
I Foreshore at Seaford " Public Meeting Supports Tennis Courts a :publie teeting was held at Sea ford on Saturday night. last to discuss thc' question of site for' the proposed tennis court. e ir."Aiuition' whgvio occupied tile chair, explaitied that the..ncceting had been called .y. 'tile' 'coSnittnee 'ap 'lobin'ted to piroitc.tli. ct!tiias ci rt th'etinhn', ft liiscoinithtee"hilad ?nly becci'tlrrec wdcks'in existence; but had already irtet writh'con'siderable 'sun 'c'?cs. They? wero'fojtunate in.t poscss iing anciuergiiicn:' sciretar" (Mr:' O: Porrester), swlo..wav leaving no stone unttiiied to 'attaliti 'uccess The cot initted 'invited the. full sulpport atnd cooperationt of, the publi'e of, Seaford, anrd in the nlatter'of'selecting -site for the 'tienis courts' it was desirCed that the sjot:'cliosedn hoild bi'ti-e selectiorn 'ofm thcnajorityof tlie plblict 'Everyon. H would admit tilihat tennisu court was greatly needed ":to. bring Seiford: into line' r ith' nearly ei'ciit 'othl...
Moorooduc Post Office [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 April 1921
;-Moorooduc Post Office , The fbllowingo coicntiniicato has beeit addrested to Capt Bruced, MI.P., by· tlie :Acting Deputy' Postnmastcr' Geiidral:-iWith ,reference!to aj coin munsiicationrcccivecd,at this officefron the' Shire Secretary of]?rniikstot- iand IHastings :covering a' lcttfer froln Cr. C. \f. Griffeth' of the Two :Bays Nur series' Co' Pty. Ltd.;'Ioorooduc,i stat ing thlat the postmistress;,IMoorooduc, itmay':use thle coinpany's packing shed at the? Moorooduc railsvsasstation for the purpose of o?teiiingtili;cmail bii and distributing:'-the' ontcirts 'to tlie addressees, ,beg to, itiforin' yotit ;hat Iasthq postmistress is.nsilling to per form the necesosar irbrk;',approv?? has been given fori the addptjoh'-of the proddosed arriangenimiit It"'shotild,-liow ever,' be uiderstood thitatth? delivery of correspondei'ce intolioi bes,erectid on the wayide canniot bSe erihitted in cases' where'the boxes aie situated w'ithi ione neile of thepijst :office. "
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 April 1921
To .the .Editor.. Sir,-I am .beginning, to regognise the diffculties and 'disadvantages of carrying on a dontroversy with the editor of a newspaper who under a sneering heading-"Mr Utber Again" -expresses his "regret" that his op ponent's letter is "unavoidably held over" and who immediately thereun der prints half.a~column of.more or less humorous items called "Wise.or Otherwise" and also in another part of the same issue of his ,newspaper prints half a column of unimportant matter called "Sunset asd Moonriso" which, in view of his failure to print his opponent's letter, ought to have been called "iMoonshine."--I am, etc .L. R, N. UTBER Frankston,; April. 13th. Mr Uther knows that his voltinuin ous epistle did not reach the Editor till Thursday morning. He appar ently does not know thatby forenoon on that day, as i customarryi three pages of the "Standard" were already printed. It _ became a question as to whether, with the time at our dis posal, we would hold over the council disc...
Hastings Topics [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 April 1921
H 1asting's TLopics . I"A= correspidenot." writes. :-. Tlhe :4Dnglo Sviie,'isinilly din ed,.in tite rdsyflshing trade in TiLsmn iani wa-s ters,'- is' being remasted at Hast'ig;"d " A brawlt occurraed 'herelii week or Stwo agod wlhich .may yethlivo aseerious sequoel A saailor aned civitlian cameI iuta conflict,, and the .latter wans vry much iuoui.od itboxt, the head, so iiich so that. at ttiDe ofa: writing ,hia condition is lregarded aasboitig'crfti cal. 'TIlo police have .the matter inl The death' ot Mui Sant6 a'rribella, a ,local'sfilermni' , took place it- St Viu cent's :-Hospital oanThursday,, Apri il2tlih;-Death -was *due to' ilobl Ie poison-. iLg foilowing:iipoulf thte piaeietrtion of the flesli iith a flath':oli ie He das 57:years of-ago, and leoives n. vif and' seven children; '-:Ther'tfunieral tonk place at Hastings on Satuiday. :. Quite u1 seasation wa cainisedl blira' recetly' -by tho dirrost: ,of two ilocalt reaidents on a charge ot unlawfial possession.'fBail to'the eli...
The Umpire's Whistle Carrum and Naval Base Join the Association. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 April 1921
The Umpire's Whistle Carrum and Naval Base Join the Association SBert Lenne, who for many years guarded 'the stichs" for: Fitzroy in the League, and also played for Vic torina against South Australin, will play with;Edith Vale this season. 'With the departure of Mr Nlorton Carr, Somervillo placed its secietarial I destiny ' in th"h'ands" of. Mr' Harry I Simcock. An enthusiast, .with .the interests of . the gambe at'heart, Mr Sinmcok shousld do well in his new sphere of ictivities. '' Hastings.will be ivit?out the valu able sorrices. of Joe, Harry and Jim Ryan and :'Spot'" Bowený;this year.T The latter,..who formmrlflplayed in the Ballarat League, is one of the fl nal acceptances for Richmond in the League. V' The:Morningtoiu II's had an enthu '·laatic annual meeting.. The balance sheet -showed a credit of £3 3s Id. The Dean of Daudenong, Archdeacon Alckin, was unnaimously elected pre sident, with Mr W. Patterson as sec retary. They expect to put a very strong team into the.field thi...
Railway Accident at Seaford [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 April 1921
Rai1n ay Accident at Seaford Daring shunting opseratione;.on Tuesday night: last,? when . train of' over. 1000.. tons.. weight= was :being mataotrvred, nu-eaccidento.-ocouirred, resulting'in a loaded 10 ton.. t:iuc' leavtng.the,rails" auilniotiuting."thie. platform. At. tho.etime the stafft was workittg at full pregsure in' ordertoi olear the "down" road for thI e pait eiseir: tr?in Owingt t the darkness, and the curve in the road,.greatdifiel culty was experienced in signalling' the crewo. A- train 'of this Wieight acquires very great momentam. and a driver reqaiireeni etline niq which to p?ill his trai ti j,:; but' owing ?.to. the conditions prevailitg-at'the t!mu uiffliento wdrning evidieitlyi could: noter:ah .the crew. Iit lgh every possille effori wias itmnde to avortan oc?ident,. one trank o rashbd' through the dead end; '"This acoideont oonlid not have happened?lf atho :train had reeahed Seaford at its schedule time, 3 o'olock, and'if it is a case of. ofic econoity ''to malte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 April 1921
Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.LF.) P-rogressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston -Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices . Terms Cash 9 A REGULAR -'- '% BRISBANE SHIPPER S Who this season has shipped Ms fli'st consig',ent to our firm, writes thus:-"Consider me one of your cic?ts-this year if you can give me anything like near the same satisfaction right through the season. I'm advising my neighbour, who has a good crop of Jonuthans, o give your flsri a trial." This is only an extract from one of the many letters we receive from all over Australia. If you have something good that you would like to realise a special price for, then we are the firm to handle it for you. Get your note-paper right now and let us have an idea of your crop and varieties, and we will do our utmost to give you an idea of best time to ship each variety. You must realise Brisbane Means Better Prices if you are a regular shipper. We know you're not in the fruit growing ind...