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MARK OF APPRECIATION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

MARK OF APPRECIATION I '. Last T'uesday night tne mem hers of the Frankston Methodist Church Fellowship Group paid tri bute to MEr. William O. Il~lall, by noting the long service he has rendered' to the Church. Last Sunday was the milestone mark ing his 58 yea"s of preaching the Gospel in England and Australia, and although he :is now over 81 years of age, is still planned, to preach next Sunday at Carrum Downs. The Rlev. J. T. Freeman, on be half of the gathering, handed. Mr. Wrall a copy of Mrs. C. E. Cow man's '-Streams ini the Desert" consisting of. lovely daily read ilgs.. In making the presentation Mr. Freeman: said that they were all greatly indebted to Mr. Wall for his teachings, 'preaching, anid godly inuence, and they sincerely prayed that he, might be -long spared. IMr. Wall suitably-. responded, after which supper was served.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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[?]kston Motorists Worry Police [?]ce of Turning and [?]rking is Rife [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

Vkston Motorists Worry Police Ice of Turning and rking is Rife ice II mo, t poeturbed at the grioiV'fig reck It ita ia l nkito tallY of thell lhcal.l o01 wltl'e.v n nits accidents Iare nanrrowly ph. lice stalted yesterdal tlht thecause: ofl oring in Fr.ankston is gross carelessness ozn - aoi0sts, antd lick of efficiency and know I' aws by lmany others. The matter has ii 1rankstonl that drasiic and inmnediate: it...l alalnned, before-loss. of life occurs. " elr observa treets, police rs, both men and back out st hazardous all sorts of the side of any motor pt the habit several feet ,ate further motorists in ot know the correct way to 'make a right-hanr turn is very much in the.majority, and is really alarming. Police realise that the matter 'is far too serious to be left .as it is for-one day" longer 'than 'cal' be. avoided. A big .police clean-up :of "rafferty-rules" drivers in Frahlk ston is to start immediately,. and will be Intensified- till the matter is completely rectified, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

0. T nd AIl On October 5, T H E "fr anhston itanbarb" A STANDARD NEWSPAPERS PUBLICATION WILL CELEBRATE ITS Diamond Jubilee TO MARK THE OCCASION ' be Stanbarb" WILL BE A Special SOUVENIR EDITION, A 52-PAGE ISSUE Containing Over 400 Special Pictures of Local Interest A History of Frankston A Reprint of the First "Standard" (Published on 5th October, 1889) And Many Articles of Intense Interest THE "JUBILEE STANDARD" WILL BE THE: FINEST PROVINCIAL PAPER YET PUBLISHED ! IN AUSTRALIA YOUR OWN LOCAL NEWSAGENT Will Have Jubilee "Standards" Available' ORDER YOUR COPY NOW - PRICE 2D Whilst Additional Supplies are being Printed. -The Demand is bound to Exceed the Supply:. --So Order Your Copy and Your Extras-NOW: W cccicc~rrcccfi;cccrjcr%^ccccii;i^r OLSEN'S' Phone 101 Order Your Car Now For Your ANGLIA PREF:ECT FORI) VS ('STO'roM SEDAN P'unel l ans anad " Co(' nulll?rials. Frankston's Only Authorised FOR1) DELALERS and Distributors. Taxis For Hire.. T..A.C.V. OFFICE.

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"PEOPLES' MUSIC" PLANS DANDALOO OPENING 2nd OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

"PEOPLES' MUSIC" PLANS DANDALOO OPENING 2nd OCTOBER : The Committee of "Dandaloo Enterprises" have plans well .ad vanced, and programmes -."in print, for the opening, of the "People's Music". Sunday after noon concerts season on. Sunday, 2nd October, at "Dandaloo,"' Baden Powell Drive. The new,. extended site- at Dandaloo is all ready rfor, the Opening Day, and is. most pic turesque. The second' concert for' the season is already organised for. November 5, when Victoria's leading' choirs and `outstanding artists. will be heard, and seen.

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[?]kston People [?] Apathetic President Regrets Attitude [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

-ston People Apathetic resident Regrets Attitude welcoming Melbourne amateur walkers. at r, held in Frankston on Saturday night, marathon w 1k to Frankston, the Shire uer) expres ed his regret at the very poor the walkers and their important event by nkston, and added .that Frankston people too apathe ic toward theii town and im and the r .ception of important visit e also refer ed to the fact. that, the- very. a Silver B .nd' in Frankston, and the orial clock tower to the memory of. a',' lien and be efactor in the late .Major were not receiving ,the support they eceive from district residents. was unfort ouncil was Act to pro important t, finishing thought the might well of a per winner of also sug should be important a got a dial wel conclusion le did not nnual ath e in their at the op r Seaford lkers to -place to had little d be ap citizens, be pleased

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FRANKSTON METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

FRANKSTON MIETHODIST Rev. J. T. Freeman will preside at the 'Frankston Methodist Cir 'cuit's Youth'?'Fellowship Tea to take place at the Frankston Sun day School. Hall next Sunday at 5 p.m. Several. young persons will take part in the meeting to fol low. Young pebple are invited to attend, arid a large gathering is anticipated. •On Sunday, 18th September, at the -Frankston Methodist Church, a number of young people will .be publicly received into the membership of the church. Rev. J. T. Fteeman will conduct the service .

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REGARDING SIN INTERESTING SERMON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

INTERESTING SERMON The Rev. J. T. Freeman, tlhe preacher at the Frankston Metho dist Church last Sunday night, took as his text: "He appeared to put away sin by the sacrifice of Hltmself." The preacher, said in the course of his sermion: "Two Swords in the text I desire to claim your attentionl ,ith;.:,, They are 'sin' and 'sacliflce.; ?' hiae h'eard it suggested that too little pro, nouncement against sin is made frQail the Iiulpit: Bear in mind this is a sermlon. on sin, and its cure. r'As the text suggests, Christ's mission to the world was to re move' sin.. AThis He did by. the sacrifice of -Himself. Thus the cure.- S'Sin is a, little, word, but it is a mighty force in :tlhe world, There :are three great' facts con cerning sin. They'are: (1) The guilt'of sin; (2)' The stain of sin. (3) Thepower of sin. "Consider the guilt. of sin. Great as this fact is, it is not al ways easy to obtain an adminssion of guilt. .We .cannot, plead not guilty before God, Who knows all. Jesus said, '...

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MUNICIPAL GOLF NOTES STAN DAVIS 1949 CHAMPION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

MUNICIPAL GOLF NOTES (By "65") STAN "DAVI.S 1949 CHAMPION Sta'n Davis won the Champion ship .lastt Sunday, defeating Char lie Allen;,7-6, in the final. Stan, commencing with a -I, got away to ai good start, and after 9 was -4 up, with Charlie sadly out of touch.. After 1- -Stan was 6( up, and -went further ahead to be 8 up at lunch. After the interval Stan forged steadily fui'thbr ahead and when lie was 10 up. w~ith 11, to go, it was only a matter of by how much he would :-?vin. ;Charlie, though badly astray in his gireen work, refused to give up and won a tfew Iback an1d the match filuish 7(i. SCongratiulations go to Stan on a .very fine \\'in, and sympathy to Charlie to have 'been so off his game on.lihe all-imnportant day. In the "B" Gradb, Ron Sanders, defeated Ted .Reynolds at the 38th in the closest final in club history. After 9 - Ron was 4 :tp, hibt Ted reversed. that over the second- 9 to be" square at lunch. After the 27th, ,Ted was 1 up, aind with- 6 to go had gone to 3 u...

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GRAND HOTEL GUESTS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

GRAND HOTEL GUESTS Latest guests '.at the. Grand Hotel, Frankston, inc 1 u d e Messrs.: J B. Scott and; P. J. Cleary,/of Geelong; Mr. L. Bah ern (Northcote); .Mrs. Dalggan and child (Sthi..Yarra); Mr. and .Mrs.'.Liebilt (Bi'oken Hill); Mr. E. H. ,:Noske, . Miidura; Mr:- ' J. Edwards .and child, Sth. Yarra; Mr. and Mrs. .mmmett. (Launces ton, ,Tasmania), Mr. J. R. White head. (Bondi, N.S.W.)

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R.S.L. TOURNAMENT BIG SHOW WEEK ATTRACTION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

1S L. TOURNA MENT BIG SHOW WEEK ATTRACTION Thei Returned Serivicemlen's League (Victorian Branch) is conducting a golf tournament for its lmembeis at. the Long Island Country Club, Frankston, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of :Sh' pmw Week. ?.Outstanding features of the tournament-, are:. The Gen. Sir Thom'as'Blamey Cup (for the best nett: score -over:the three days, run concurrently :with daily handicap events) ;. the R.S.L. State Chanm pionshlip (for players on handicaps of'10" ands under); the First World -War Trophy; the Second World War Trophy; the "Digger" Trophy (for the. highest gross score for the tournament). Over £230 worth of trophies will be distribut ed in' connection with the tourna tment; .The.iRoyal Victorian Aero Club will be visitiii the course each day to .provide the: .overhead high lights, v hile Southern Command will be providing a- wireless walkie-talkie system to all greens.

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The Standard TABLE TALK [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

FTAI Wurnanunmen ýunruma nuuu n t uu nuu nun umiuuulnuurnanunu m)unllu, nuunumunuun( ruum n nrrum ABOUT PEOPLE Mr. W. J. Oates has returned to Frankston,' after a -beneficial and, enjoyable holiday trip to the .-Conover ,,'Plains, v?ia-f $t.; ,Arnaud'.. Itwas Mr. Oates':,i: first trip: t'back home"' .for 17 years. He stayed with relatives at Charl ton,'and toured the district daily, by car.. He* said ,:district.. crops were 'looking. well, but. needed rain. soon,. to ensure a bumper, harvest. Mr. and ..Mrs. Clarriei Parliell and their daughters have return ed to Frankston: from .holidays spent at "Mosgiel,". Maroona, *ctoria. The 'Rev. 'L M Hum phei'y w_.ill be on holidays during September, and is speiiding thein at. Violet Town and Strathbogie. Major M. A. S. Cousins..and Mrs. -Cousins '(Dr. Gwen. Robinr son) have .recently returned to Bembridge Avenue, Oliver's:Hill, after: holidays spent at Kalorarnra. iHe hdost of f: ends ' will regret that.. Mrs. (Sister) Warinig,. of Cenltre R...

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FRANKSTON R.S.L. PREMIERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

FRANKSTON R.S.L. PREMIERS :'Frankston. R.S.L. team scored a; convincing 'winr in the final' of .e;l,-S.L.-,Penriantn .Golf - Com petition, played at Royal Mel bourne on Sunday, against North cote, with the scores 6 games to 1. in Frankston's favor. Scores, with Frankston players' name mentioned- first in each in stance: J. lIarris defeated McGiegor, 4-=3. R. Holding defeated': Newbig gan," 1:uip. R.Klobe lost to Cassidy, 4=2. .V. KingshOtt defeated Vilani, J .'Hogan Reed defeated Hep J. E. Davies defeated Swana, 3-2. R. Gawley 'defeated Lester, 4-2. The series was played in ,a most friendly spirit, and will .rc sult in many more lasting "Dig ger" friendships" beirng form'cd, and still better -games next ssea son. . Franlkston desires to thank-i". Golf- Clubs .:who made .their courses available, and hope the same, privileges will: be' extended to them next yea :.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

i ALL PROGRAMMES SHOWN S SIMULTANEOUSLY AT BOTH THATRES STHURS. (Tonight), FRI., SAT., SEPT. 8, 9, 10 ? o ? ? From S.the heart ? ? of its people ? ! comes You had to ! live with ? them . . . You had to see them in love ! ... You had to know Martin ? Ro me...to' know the heartbeat of ? ofthe city! p VICTOR RICHARD .,. ` Q " .lh fret Clark , Shelley WHnters * Brtty Gard , ery ro r Tommy Cook Deb Pagel Hope Emeerson Roland , nters ; Walter .ald in ROBERT SIODMAK-SOL C, SIEGEL .? . 2" Not Suitable for Children. €marsu,,ox ? S .EDGAR BUCHANAN - ANNA LEE in - BEST MAN WINS ' :. (Suitabe for General Exhibition)_ ? N XT MON., TUES., WED., SEPT. 12, 13, 14 0ON GARFIELD . huts his Body and oul into '* with THOMAS GOMEZ and MARIE WINDSOR - lntroducingBEATRICE PEARSOH SAn M-G.M Presentedby THE ENTERPRISE STUDIOS Release NOT SUITABLE FOR ? ? " CHILDREN ? S LILLI PALMER - DANA ANDREWS in C . know the, w WITNESS A MAN-HUNT NO WOMAN COULD STOP! ? VAN HEFLIN. ROBERT RYA S... JANET LEIGH-MARY ASTOR'P...

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[?]NAL TO [?] [?] ROSEBUD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

AL TO 1R)SIIIUWI) at Rosebud Who scored Mlornington. 1.13; Morn ento: Wish E, Skelton, ard, Atkins, trento: WIN. hart, Hill, I. . Keagian. ck 4, R. Gar.

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GARDEN SUGGESTIONS GOOD GARDEN PERENNIALS (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

GARDEN. SUGGESTIONS (By I .:.J Robifson, of The Ormond _la?it Farm Pty. Utd.) GOObD GARDEN PERENNIALS (Continued) ".i ?RENN AL i'?t INS: These popular perienni'als lreceived a extra.boost i'with the introcduction some years: ago of that 'e cel'l'ent strain known as' Russell Lupins. An dld.gardener. in. England had been experitneriting with these for-years; but would never let out his ?new :-ititroductions; -but evi dently ?a big_. nuirsety firm in England finally igave him -suffi cient .nionetariy.inducemehnt to get jiifii to introduce them through their, firm. .to 'the- .outside World. They contained `colors and 'coin bination 'of :colors -and 'size of spike not 'seen :before in Lupins. In England 'there are many fine named' varieties .of 'them now, which have to be grown from cuttings,. as Lupins do not come ,quite true-':from 'seed.- However, seedlings "if carefully selected, give some :very fine colors. To .grow good Lupins .it is sufficient if, they are grown on ground .which h...

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[?]HANGES [?]TICES OF [?]N [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

ICES OF ting of the la Football n, on Wed-' 14, urgent SMr. Axup M.P.F:L, be and South (Sorrento): introduce a terchange of two grand Grade re m teams in two grand Grade re M teams in beve notices a viewh to he-1950 :an?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

Ofrd Theatre Sheatre--Phone: ~Chelsea 155 d Saturday, 9 and 10 ANWYCGK JOEL McCREA, N PACIFIC . *. n, and Selected .Shorts, e NS1 PLEASE N 'E UNTIL FURTHER: . 'O'CE-' AY, SEPTEMBER.: 14 " TNE ?. IL RUSSELL,..,: ., D THE , .'.f cable far General Exhibition. T MARTJN; ALA'N MOWBRAY : IN STREET KID ble for General Exhibitlon. . FOX NEWS . ATURDAY, SEPT. 16 and: 17. ON - LAURENCE OLIVER AND PREJUDICE LIN -.PATRICIA, DANE. t CENTRAL MURDER Sultable For General Exhibition ' SERIAL, NEWS . .BILHAM CTIONEER " N, REAL ESTATE, LAND AND MMISSION AGENTS AND MORNINGTON ston 557 or 14; .M'ton 211 EVERY FOURTH MONDAY" SHEEP AND. CATTLE, POULTRY,, . CALVES AND SUNDRIES' - g Sales a Specialty -YOUNGHUSBAND LTD., Woolbrokers H TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY AND OP VALUE CONSULT AM, at Frankston or Mornington K& HAY PTY. LTD. D GENERAL H.ARDWARE . MERCHANTS V')RKS AND SAWMILItS e and Work - STREET, 1RANKSTONf one Frankston 53.1 iN-- DECORATOR (Ex-R.A.A.F.) DECORATOR ERIOR AND EXTERIOR DECORATING ENERAL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

I AUTHORISED. NEFWSAGEN:T: j " OURCEP Sfor' L1'TH.E STANDARD" ~rR: S1~':4N fens and encils at |PARNELLS Conway Pens 18/6 to 40/ Commonwealth Pens 20/ Dufold Pens 44/6 Mentmore Pens 46 52/3 to 60/9 Mentmore Airflow 23/9 Mcntmore Diploma 19/6 Mcntmore Platignum 5/9 .Selsdon Pens 21/- to 25/ Summit Pens 22/9 to 45/ Swan Pens 30/- to 89/ Unique Pens 18/- to 25/ Wyvern Pens _ 32/6 to 85/: Biro Pencils 6/- to 65/ Carford Pencils 14/6 Jerko Pencils 45/ Keefer Pencils 13/6 to 20/ Scribal Pencils 27/6 to -77/6 Stenmark Pencils 30/ L.A D Interested in Learning Jewellery Jobbing Start Oct. - Nov., Apply Now Parnell's Jewellery Store Pty. Ltd. 572 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON llll l HUE U lK Ul -ME I l 1 H 1 411l You CAN Get Delivery of AUSTIN _ Cars and Trucks ORDER NOW. DELIVERIES; A40SALOONS, .......... Approximately 3 months. A70 SALOONS ........... Approximately 4 months. UTILITIES .... ....... .... Approximately 2 months. HEAVY. DUTY, 2-3 and 4-5 TON TRUCKS. ABOUT SIX WEEKS FROM DATE OF ORDER. N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

"A" Grade ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR G. FARMER M.E.F.V. :_ YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON, Opp. Sherlock and Hay. P "Phone: Frankston 50. Private: Frankston 642. ;. - - . R.' W. MCDONAID 576 "fA Y. ST., FRANKSTON Phone 241 THE LATEST We tit you Overseas - m n a rt st..le? .ls Methods ' . int glasses that suit you. are Used by H. SPICER OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN 540 BAY ST., FRANKSTON " Phone F'ston 736 - and 'at 134 Foster Street, Dandhnong .ARPETS - FELTEX - :LINOS ..NEW,. SHIPMENTS. FROM OV~'HR:'A 8'',.es Quality WILTONS and .AXMINSTERS, Latest .Design . ?l HSONAI; ATTENTION TO ALL INQUIRIES JAMES & FOX i.[ltte &CRAIGS & FORSTER.CARPET. (O.I 1114 HIGH ST;., ARMADALE & 385 STATION ST:, BONBEACH ? U-2479 Phones CHELSEA 85 OLD CARPETS, CLEANED, ALTERED, RE-LAID' . ". • . ...UE.U .: : .,. .ilEE . IU FRANlKSTON SERVICE i RECAPPING -.RETREADING - 'REPAIRS : A ;.? - NEW TYRES AND TUBES :: - FI RST CLASS WORI?ANSi.. r ORNER BEACH .:.AND .LEWIS STREETS ? (Through Railway...

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GOLF FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

.GOLF . ?ANK STON MUNICIPAL ASSO. CIATION : On. Thursday, September 1,. the Competition was 18 Holes Stroke (best 9:. out). This was woin"by AMrs. MI. Gamble, with nett 32. Mrs. R..P ower,. nett 33, was sec ond, and Mrs. K. Watson, nett 35, was third. Three members broke their han dicap-Mrs.- K.. Watson, Mrs. R. Power and Mrs. C. Parnham. On "Saturday, 3rd September, was the 1S Holes Stroke, Mrs. P. Nicholls, 103.29.34, was the win ner, and Miss M. ,Mansters, 91.15 .76, was second.

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