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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
S A SURE WINNER FOR SEAFORD i. rHE RENOWNED, " ,'THOROUGH-BH'IAD" BAKER - % E. .C.. NICHOLS ! HAS.NOW ACQUIRED THE. SEAFORD BAKERY. "STRICT CLEANLINESS" - MY MAiOTTO DELICIOUS BREAD, AND SMALL GOODS D.ELIVERY DAILY Phone: FRANKSTON 358 DUCOING, INDUSTRIAL PAINTING, PANEL.BEATING. AND WELDING DONE- BY : Ex-Paint Superintendent General Motors Holden (With Holdens 22 Years, QUALITY GUARANTEED' " RAY WOOD' FRANKSTON' CAR SALES 54° DANDcNONG ROAD 'Phone: F'kstort 55 H. J. ROGE.RSON -a DAVEY STREET, FRANKSTON BUILDING SUPPLIER WASHED CONCRETE SAND, BL"UESTONE, SCREENINGS, GARDEN SOIL, GRAVEL, ETC., HARDWOOD AND RED GUM CITRUS -.SHRUBS P. 1 I NAND SEEDLINGS FRUIT TREES H. T. HIL L NURSERYMAN AND. SEED :MERCHANT 136 YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON.. F'ston 730 THE FRIENDLY PHOTOGRAPHER GORD.OQ:N LIONDSAY COMMERCIAL - GENERAL -- Specialist in Child Studies STUDIO'- 13: DELL ROAD; FRANKSTON (Across Cranbourne Road Bridge) - . Phone: F'ston 735 * RUBBER STAMPS * OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. MADE TO ORDER PROM...
ANNUAL MEETING CHELSEA BRANCH R.V.I.B. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
ANNUAL MEETING CHELSEA BRANCH R.V.I.B. * At the. 20th annual meeting held at Red Cross Hall on Augu:t! 22, Miss M. Reis (acting president' of the Chelsea Auxiliary) wel-j comed the Mayoress (Mrs. R. iA. Hutchings), Miss Scott-MacKen-.! zie (guest speaker, from the Jn-"j stitute), and Mr. Tregear, who? had brought with him a wire r,-. corder public address system. Records of the Children's Choi.' of the Institute were played, al?? a programme by blind artistcs, and finally a' short talk on ,is' world travels by Mr. S. W. Hedger. Mrs. Amery .(hon. 'secretary o?f: the Chelsea Auxiliary) read t comprehensive report in which`, it was revealed that £95 had be.cct raised during the year. SpeciaJl thanks were expressed to M~s Reis, Mesdames Whitehead; Carr;i Erickson, and to the Press. A cheque for £75 for the Insti tute was given to .Mr. Tregear;, wlo responded appreciatively. Miss Scott-Mackenzie spolk.; very sincerely 'of the help andl encouragement given her by' those connected with the...
TELEVISION BRITISH STATION MAY COME TO FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
TELEVISION BRITISH STATION MAY COME TO FRANKSTON Mr. L. G. Vincent, of "Orapa," Television Unit, Sydney, was in Frankston this week conducting research into the suitability of Frankston for the early establish ment of an extensive receiving and broadcasting station in the district for television. Mr. Vincent's firm is handling British television, which he states is a few years ahead of television in other countries of the world. ' It is expected, said Mr. Vin cent, that television will be in full swing in Australia, as a com munity and. commercial proposi tion, in. .approximately. three years' time. While-,in. Frankston,;.Mr. Vin cent stayed at the Grand. Hotel. .-, - ....-, . , . :- ". -' "..' - : .? ,. ' ..:."
Scout District News Social Events. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
Scout District News (By "Long Owl"') Social Events. Last Saturday, August 27, the Group Committee of the 5th Mordialloc Scout Group held its Annual Ball at the Masonic Hall, Mordialloc. An enjoyabie social evening resulted, with dancing to the music of Kath Barnard's or chestra. It is anticipated that the funds of the committee will be augmented by a small profit from the event. This Friday, September 2, the first Fraternal Ball, organised by the Girl Guide and Scout Local Association's committee will be held at the Masonic Hall, Mor dialloc, and it is anticipated that a large gatherilng of leading citi zens and committeemen and ladies, Guiders and Scouters, parents and friends, Ranger Guides, Rover Scouts, plus some of the younger members of both Movements will be present. The purpose of this Ball is to bring together for the first time at a social function, all the members of both local Associations and their supporters as well as the v\arious sections of each local unit. The musi...
FRANKSTON THEATRE GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
KRANKSTON THEATRE_ GROU P (By "SAIRGAZER") Twelve months ago a young radar expert in the Blritish Navy was tolt he was to proceed to Australia for a period of two years with the Australian Navy. So a fe\w months later, complete with brand new wife, he arrived, and made Frankston his adopted home toWn. Ardent followers of the English theatre, it wasn't long before Hal and Jane Eddowes become Group members, and now they are thrill ed to find themselves on the, other side of the footlights. In "Grand National Night" you will meet Hal as the clever and ambitiouns Detective Inspector Ayling, and Jane as Joyce Penrose, who is in love with Gerald Coates. By-a -strange coincidence, . Jan hails from the same town as that in which the action of the play takes place-Chiillington. 'near Liverpool. England. I guess no producer could wish for a more authentic accent-and, I must add. it's a very attractive one. I feel the Franlcston "audiences are going to enjoy the perforlm tinces of these new pl...
FLINDERS L.C.P. PREPARING FOR ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
FLINDERS L.C.P. PREPnRI?f d FORY ELECTION The Flinders Electorate Com mittee of the Liberal and Cotintry Party has plans well in hand for the coming Federal elections.' At a meeting held in Frankston last Wednesday, Mr. R.; S. Ryan, M.H.R., addressed: ai enthusiastic gathering of delegates from the various branches within the elec .torate. Mr. Ryan nomiiated Mr. W. H. Iredale as his campaign director, and the committee unanimously approved his appointment. Many important 'decisions were made, an. . the Flinders. organis atlOri is now ge;red'fbrraction.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
R IT CHIE S.i OF FRANKSTON LICENSED GROCERS. SURPRISE DAD! Wine for FATHER'S DAY SHERRY - PORT MUSCAT - TOKAY - FRONTIGNAC His Favorite Wine at Melbourne Prices. WITRUE VALUE AND FRIENDLY SERVICE'! Noneed to buy new / / Lounge Suitesr or / Our proved modern cleaning process on the spot in sour own home restores your furnishings like new. , LOUNGE CARPET CLEAlll G A YPI SER VICE flowfe l/19 286 BURKE 3D.. EI Elll E : TIT AMIN BAR Fresh Fruit and Vegetables at prices to suit the purse "-are always on. sale at PRATT'S MIELRAY STORE. This food store 'caters for all your requirements, including Groceries, "-.Cooked Meats, Poultry , etc. Pratt's make it easy for children doing the shopping, one list and one lot of 'change for all Fruit, Vegetables, Groceries or Hardware. LET PRATT'S DELIVER YOUR FULL PROVISION ORDER THIS WVEEK - A TRIAL WILL SATISFY PRATT'S STORE 82 YOUNG STREET. - PHONE 22 vou- - + YOUR S DOCTOR'S BRING IT TO .. .HANTON'S PHARMACY BAY STREET, c- FRANKSTON PHONE: 606. A. ...
FRANKSTON COUNCIL SHORTS FROM FRIDAY'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
ERA NKSTON - :-*"-. COUNCIL : ' SHORTS iFROM FRIDAY'S S. . MEETING Present: Crs. Klauer (presi dent), Reardon, Coates, Maiir, -Webb, Firth, Pratt, Wells, Fow ler, Carpenter,* Alden, Haywood, Grice, Tomasetti, and Hirst. _Increased Freights and Fares.. SMir; Leggatt, M.L.A., wrote stat ing that' Council's request for a more uniform increase in freights and fares for outer suburbs will receive attention. State Electricity Commission Control. Convened by Frankston Shire, a conference of Frankston, Morn' ington, and Flinders C6uncils will be held at Frankston to dis cuss the question of control of the State Electricity Commission being centred on the Mornington Peninsula. Rain Danmage at Children's Hospital. The Engineer was instructed to attend toa complaint from the Children's Hospital, Mt. Eliza, that .water -from Council roads has washed away soil near the tradesmen's entrance :to a depth of nirie feet. Tennis Club Requests. The Engineer is to supply es timate for top-dressing the S...
Federal Member [?] Frankston Council Hours Prove [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
Federal Member Froankston Council Hnjis i,, Vctl omplained of b n hours," Frankston Shire ouncilllors on Friday night, when their ors cil meeting proved too diculfusllie mentary Member, M1r. R.' uch.ven fo lu rendered to the call of ho nd s?IL ant attempt to see out "the ands sej, to the Shire president. m orflat' When a truly-seasoned Can berra politician has to finally "give away" a Council meeting because of the late hours, they must be bad indeed. The clock showed 11.56 p.m when Mr. Ryan made his apolo. gies, and beat a hasty retreat, but it was 12.30 a.m. when the last ordinary business of the Council was concluded. Then, the Council went into committee "to discuss important business." There can be no disputing the fact that finishing hours at most meetings of Frankston Shire Council are bad, ridiculous, and not at all justified. No blame is attached to the president, who has made' capable and great effort from the chair to "keep the ball rolling" but there is far too much valu...
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST "FURTHER SIGNS OF CHRIST'S COMING" (Condensed from an "Evangel Series" Pamphlet). [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
SEVENTIIDAY ADVENTIST "FURTHER SIGNS OF CHRIST'S COMING" (Condensed from an- "Evangel Series" Pamphlet). Paul, in his Second Epistle to Timothy, chapter three, describes the moral collapse of the world in the last three days, which would be the root cause of all its attending evils. Self-love and greed are among'the first of these evils to be mentioned by the apostle,.and these are the factors that make for war and revolu tion, and bring in their trail famine and pestilence. These diseases of civilisation are signposts pointing to the Second Coming of the Lord (Matthew '24; 6, 7). "Self-control" has been super seded by "self-expression," ful filling the Divine forecast: "As the days of Noe were, so. shall also the coming of the Son of Man be. For as in the days that were before the flood they w.ere eating and drinking, marrying and given in marriage, until the lay that Noe entered the Ark, and knew not until the flood came, and took., them all away; so shall also the coming of the S...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
IN MEMORIAM &nbsp; FARMER.---In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on September 6th, 1948, at Frankston. God has you in His care. We have treasured memories in our hearts. --Inserted by her loving son and daughter-in-law, George and Dorrie. &nbsp; JONES.—In loving memory of our dear mother and Nana, who passed away August 31st, 1947. Forever, Mum, we will miss you; There is such a vacant space; But you left us to remember; No other can fill your place. —Inserted by her loving dau- ghter Dorrie, and granddau- ghter Thea. &nbsp; SUTTON.—In memory of ex- &nbsp; Flying Officer Norman Sutton (Tex of the Bar 20), accident- &nbsp; &nbsp; ally killed in flying accident &nbsp; &nbsp; at St. Arnaud, 28/8/48. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; —Inserted by Mrs. E. Hogan, &nbsp; "Vancouver," 50 William St., &nbsp; &nbsp; Frankston. &nbsp;
EUROPEAN JOURNEY (PART III.) SOUTHERN FRANCE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
= EUROPEAN JOURNEY (PART III.) (By NINA BICK) SOUTHIERN FRANCE Bordeaux is a town of seamen in thick-soled boots, funnel-leg ged trousers and heavy blue pull overs, and a southern French ac , cent. In the early mornings, from the hotel, window, I watched peasant women in long black frocks and shawls pushnig their flower-laden trolleys to market, then later, vegetable barrows,' and the fascinating madam push ing her fish and mussells' marro'v along the narrow Rue dc le Ko:. I'd like to have a room in that narrow byway,. and buy the ped lars' fish and fruit, and decorate my breakfast table with fresh flowers from the barrow, and fill a water jug from the street cor ner pump. There life was lived. As I had insufficient bed clothes, I went up the. town -arlv next morning to buy a blanket. I asked Madam at the hotel to recommend a shop, and she gave me a note to her brother-in-law, who owned a clothing busine;-b. I was the first Australian custom er ever in his shop, and it wa:; sheer lu...
FATHERS' DAY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 1 September 1949
FATHERS' DAY To make next Sunday — Fathers' Day — a special occasion, serve a bottle of dinner or sparkling wine and make good &nbsp; food taste better. &nbsp; &nbsp; The light dinner wines, Hock, Chablis Sauterne, or the light dryer red Clarets or Burgundies &nbsp; &nbsp; will help you to really enjoy your dinner. The sparkling &nbsp; &nbsp; wines give that "Special Occas- &nbsp; ion" atmosphere. Ritchie's of Frankston have a splendid assortment of these wines all at Melbourne prices.
CHURCH NEWS SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST "THE MANNER OF CHRIST'S SECOND COMING" (Condensed from the book, "The Great Controversy," by Ellen G. White.) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
CHURCH :NEWS , I ,l'TI 'AY AI)INTISr" "J" " y'l;P()NI l C HMIGIST'iS nCondensed from thel bool, le !Coi ?tlroves:; by Ellen G. tlrtt 1 Vhite.) The. popllar view of. the spirit ual reign of Clhrist-a temporal "rlleniugn .efore the end of ,the orld- is not sustained by the word of God.: .Ths doctrine, wohting to a thousand years of ihtousngess a nd peace.. before the personal coming of the .Lord, the pes ftf the.terrors of the day putfs Gt But, pleasing though it oGy bie, it is contrary to the teach ings of Christ and His Apostles, wtho declared that, the .wheat and. the lures are to grow together un til the harvest-the end .of the world (Maltthew 13:30, '3S-41). The literal, personal coming -of hrist is plainly taught. in. the Srriptures. Says Paul,."The Lord Himself shall descend front heavon with a shout, with the voice of the Archangel, and with the trump of God" (1 Thessal'onians .4:16 )'. Aild the Saviour declares: "They shall see' the Son of mnan coming in the clouds of heaven ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949
hi Rn ursi o thel oto. BBS auto ton, Was soto.) y en 7 over was to o(f the Hag lodge n, Mr. it pre , paid D the Hag told Ile en. ose of e visit ontest sports eld is e urg at the ?rank or the URNI nesdao J. I t RIo 0, CASH 'ING FOR NEAR BEACH ELDERLY LADY ?rO. .-?.uction r XY -10024'x' 4·ur 4~ '-·~ ·IY *'C~c~cii~i;r~~cc~l~4 .OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS BUT ONCE Y OUR OPPORTUNITY \IAY BE IN TODAY'S :WANT ADS. READ THEM NOW ! Mr. NORMAN BROl)A L, of Brighton, and his bride (who was Miss' ENID) HAYSE, of Mentone),. leaving the Davies Mle:lnorkl lPresbyterian C'llurch, : .ntone, after their, weddilng lanst Saturlday. Strand. Studios, 3iU4978 COOK & MCALLU M SOLICITORS; 422 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE The' firm's name r-has been altered ::by ,'omitting--the prefix. "Williamn ::S., ' and.1Mr:.John Wat son: McCallumit has ,b'elen: admitted. ,to Lpartnership. .The firm will continue to visit Frinkston, Mornington, Somer 'ville, : and Hastingse ' RING-. NO W -7 for an ` , * APPOINTMENT iMICHAEL TOO...