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The Anzac Service To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
The Anzac Service To the Editor. SSir,-Will you -J?iinly.ticcept:-thei enclosed £1-nQte towatrds tie fibund for erecting the Presbyterian Ch urch -at Frankston ? This is: in .ppresia-. tion of the Anzac Service last Mon day.: Let me at the same time tom mend Major Condler for saing Itiat "during.. the war there were .only two sections in Australia, the loyal ist and the disloyalist." , He further stated that now. that w~e were at peace there .was still only two sec tions, those who are for us and those who are against us:.' Hd 'ptt in con crete words what many were sub conscious of,,but were unable to ex press.- I am ; & c ,i , ,> ,,- . . LANGWARRIN The note -will be handed to the .secretary. of the Presbyterian Ch urch upon his return to FranhkSton Ed.
THE ROLLING BOWLING GREEN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
THE' ROLLING BOWLING GREEN Sir,--."The absurdity of being ser ons." As'the little controversy is now settled on 4 bais quite eatisfac tory to all interested or those "who, made themselves busy;".I will ask the' scoretary'of theSoldiers' Memorial tq accepta' sum of £10 held by Mr LaSe lett at the State Savings Bank, being the net result ofp - friendly game of bowls between another local reaident and'youra truly HERBERB BRAY
The Bowling Green Site The Minister Refuses the Foreshore Site [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
The Bowling Green Site The Minister Refuses the Foreshor Site , As promised by the .Minister of Lands, the dispute over the Bowling Green Site on the'foreshore reserve at Franketon was placed before Calbiet on Tnesdgy last, when the various de tails.were considered. After the mee ting, the Hon D. S. Oman stated that ith view of the terms ' of the reserva tions granting portions of reserves to altbs for club purposes, the Cabinet hid .'decided to refuse the request of the Frankstbn Bowling;Club for per miesibn to construct a bowling green on! the foreshore. Natuirally, disap potntmeit at the deoialsion aiongt bowlingoeuthualastes was rife, whildi Jubilatiohb wan the -order amonge? the oppoeltlontite, Cr Oates.being partic .ul rly dtllatied ;with thel-vedict, 'ip the absence of the Editor, who is at present at Moe, we make no comment on'the Minister's decilicn. Five letters' have been received on the subject, bukt space permits the publi cation of but one.-Editor'saAssointe
"The Use of Discretion" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
" The Use of Discretion"' The air was rather electrical at the special t?eeting of the Shire Council held last week, arid -"disturbances" were frequent. Cr: Alden, in inoving that some road forming be done near Mr. Barclay's, said, in the course of his remarks on the' subject, that he had 'been told that Cr. Oates had gone to Barclay- - Cr. Oates: No; he came to me! Cr. Alden:. Well, he came to you, and you said:-" Your chaps don't seem to be looking after you very well. If they don't do your work, come to me." Cr. Oates: Barclay came to me and said that the road that Cr. Hobian had moved to get done before he left the coumcil had' not been gone. on with. I replied that we stood behind it;' that it was a resolution of the council, and that we would see that it was carried out; "And so we will," concluded Cr. Oates with emphasis. The chairman (Cr. Jones): I think you were exceeding your duty; Cr. Oates. "Cr. Oates: It was a resolution of this council, and; unless it is re scinded, it...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
Establiahedi 1asa G. E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.LF.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston ---------~-- Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash arj i THE R E is double the enjoyment in the meal wahen the meat is the best. Only the choicest cuts are offered here, because iwe see to it that the cattle are in prime condition-every pound of meat is. full of nourishment and of pleasing. flavor. W. CLARKE 11--3: Young Street FRANKSTON • -. 4OOODJ IVEEAT This Is the Man You Want to Meet if You Want Good Meat John Shaw MW BUTCHER - SOMERVILLE Sides of Mutton .... 7d Topside and Shoulder .... 10d Bindquarters Mutton .. 8ld. Stewing Steak and Sausages Sd Legs of button ... 9d Shins of Beef . ... 5d Loins .... .... 8dand 9d Suet .. ... .... 8d Chops ....... ........ 9d Corn Beef ;best rolled) .... lOd Forequarter ...... .....i.. 7d Corn Beef with bone .... 8d Roast Beef - . . . 10d Ribs of Beef .. ......... 9d Snall Goods Fresh Daily I Ie T ranklsto Held ...
Somerville's Tribute To the Memory of Australia's Gallant Dead [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
Somervill 'sTribulte Tb the Memory of Australia's Gallant Dead ltt ', ....ie The great Anzac Day commemora tion has been fittingly and success fully observed here, on two distinct occasions. Firstly, the School Comrn: mittee arranged a gathering of school children and citizens: at the hall on the 22nd inst. This was a very suc ccssftil gathering in every. way, being well attended by the public. ;Cr Chas Mfirray, J.P, chairman of the School Committee, presided, and briefly ex plained the -object .of the meeting. With pride and. .pleasure,: he, with every loyal citizen, paid his tribute to the brave men who so heroically went from our shores to the assistance of the'Empire'ii her hour of need. Their deeds on the 'battlefield had thrilled the world and made them a f?rce to be'feared in zimdrtal combat. He felt sure that in years to come, should occasion arise, the children of to:day-would performni deds'of simi lar bravery in the nation's interest. 'The children sang "Oh God,;Our Help ...
Impressive Service at the Honor Avenue A Tribute to the Memory of Anzac Heroes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
• ~.vice _ ... . honor._____nue Impressive Service at the Honor Avenue STribute to the Memory of Anzac Heroes . a.... A ' ' .. . - . * . tothe e of A ri iijmpresive ceremoiny took place at the Hono6r'Avenue, Frankston, on Monday last,. When the people, thanks to the -.initiative' of the Frankston Branch of the Returned Sailors' and Soldiers' Imperial League of Aus tralia;',met to pay due homage to the memory of those who made the suo preme sacrifice in the defence of Aus tralia and:th'e Empire. A.very 'large concourse of.people lassembled. Under Major. Conder, O.B.E., a large num ber of 'retihred'soldiierl ?csuilported bu members, of.the 37th -legimenti (Citi zen Forces), under. Lieut. IH. Vicars marched from 'the post oflc? tothle avenue, where tliey stood to' attehtior throughout - the proceedings. • The archway, ,'where the ,:ceremony tool place.,wans decorated with flags an( wreathes, whilst the Australian flas flew.half-mast from v arious flag poles The'Soldiers' and Sailors!-F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
YE OLD ENGLISH Cru.inpets' OBTAINIEA)3LE AT A. T. WALTERS BAYSTREET BAKERY A REGULAR ' . BRISBANE SHIPPER Who this season has shipped his 'first condignment to our firm, writes thus:-"Consider me .one .of your clients this year Sif. you can givee me anything like. near~the same satisfaction i .right .through th seasonh. il]n advising. my neighbour, who n ; has a good crop of Jonathans, to gve your firm a trial. Tis, .. clS Is only an extract from .no'of 'the many letters we, receive' ' ,fonn all over Australia.'f yoHoiih ve so iethii". ggood that o would. like to realiseo a; specinal price or, tllenwo are the . nt ; ' ito landle: it fore you'. Coet .your note-paper right now.andlet i ' us liavc an idea of. yourscrop and .varieties, and wowill do J our utmost. :to giv.e you . an idea of best time, to ship eacls .ariety. You must.realise . SBrisbane WMeansBe tter Prices: * ifyou a?e. a regular sblipipebi We kn'o. you'.0 ri'nbtn the freuit i growing industry for comedy. so why plau wit...
At the State School [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
·. ,At..then. tate'& Scool !:-' Tpe ; Fronkston State. School ."ild its Anzac.Commemoration -onýFriilda Ilst. Iii themornui, v or wenlton daeilu il, D'TI~dn tlihffrafstpirt of-blu afternoon, thie cariius classes remain ed in their respectiveroomswanlseomd pupils from 'oncltiro6m ivisit?l'thq other rooms in .turn and recited veoir appropriate 'ieces .or read their Ess, ays on Anzac Day. Only the. best essays, e.ore read, and these were :by? Grade 3. Clara Holt ; Grade 4,?PDoro th'y Wykes aind Jean. Cunin ghasP ,.;. . ,=, ., Vi. . . . i.. ... . Grade 5, Lucy A1dcicott and Murray Maxwell ; Grade 6, Melotia Jolly ; Glade 7, Ruby Billington and Alan Logan ; Grade- 8, Grace Britt'and ,Willie Hanton. SAn instructive relief map of falli poli Peninsula was modelled by Eric Johnstone and Alan Gale. The:Land t; iig' Place was indicated&&lt; by n little ldg'pole, "flyib a 'fiiy Union Jack. Thbrp was.a goodly ,ntinibho of vlisi tore, including .Baby Stanley, 'whs'e grandm...
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
Repatriationq Notes Returned Soldiers.eare invited tc apply to this Committee for advice before entertaining business pro posals of any kind. Those, Soldiers and. Dependents needing assistance, sustenance, &c.. are hereby notified that by personal application to any. of the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may be ,btained :--Messrs Oates (chairman), .C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, S.Sherlock, W. P. Mason, T. J. McMurtrie, anr E. Barrett. Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy snitable for returned men. Persons having Basinesses or Property, &c., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are.earn estly invited to communi . .9 partionu lars to the Committee. E. BARRETT, Hon. Seea, Repatriation Frankestn.
GENERAL NOTES OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
GENERAL NOTES OF INTEREST. Recognising that the screen's weakest point has been in the story material, Jesse L. Laskey has re cruited the :literary talent of the English-speaking world to write slpe cially for the movies. Those already on the job include W. Somerset Maughan, Sir James M. Barrie, Elinor Glyn, Sir Gilbert Parker, Ar nold Bennett, H. G. Wells, and E. Phillips Oppenheim. Mr. Charles Barrett, director of the Educational Films of Australia Ltd., who produced 'The Education of the Child," states thht the company will have an authorised capital of £50,000 in £1 shares. The objects are to pro duce and market pictures of educa tional value, touching almost every conceivable subject of interest to. the Australian public. Aivance Aus tralia! Dorothy Gish the heroine of "The Romance' of Happy Valley" -and Dorothy Dalton, whose screenings here..includes "A Mothers Love," are the first of .the movie celebrities to adopt flying as a sport. Bryanit Wabsh birn, Billie Burke.. Charlie...
The Shire Engineer Cr Murray Inaugurates an Important Discussion [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
SThe Shire Eniginer OCr M`urkay Inaiugurates an Important Discussion .Discussing the question of.salaries and conunissions paid to the shire officers, Cr. Murray1 at the special meeting of the council, held last week said" he found that the .Engineer had dlrawn, the full 5 per cent., allowed by. the Country Roads Board, while the, Shire Secretary. had drawn an additional 1 per cent. This was not in order. The engineer had arranged to take 4 per cent. and the secretary 1 per cent. Tihe Engineer (Mr. 'A. I. T 'Sanm. bell, C.E.): No, I did not. : " Cr Murray said ithe engineer, for the year, hlad received £420 in 'com mission, '£215 ,in salary and other amounts, totalling over £900. The secretary, whose salary appeared -in the balance sheet as £250, received over £330, plus other amounts.; The Secretary, (Mr. John E. Jones) said the question of commission had been thrashed out by the council and fixed at 5 per cent. to the engineer and. 1 per cent to' the secretary. The Engineersi I ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
Gibbons & ree, (LATE?A.I; General Storekeepers, Wine and Spirit Merchants, SOMXERTVILLE, General Storekeepers and. Importers, We Carry Large stocks )Drapery, Groceries, Hard wva re Boots & Shoes, Bran Chaff, Pollard, & all other Cereals. Local Ageents for Cuming Smith and Co. 's Manures. Law, Somner & Co..'' Seeda. Manchester Firo Insurance Co. Arthur Yates & Co. Ltd., Seeds. Tailor Made Suits a Speciality. KEAST BROS. (Late T. Ritchic sundio.) THE FARMERS' FRIEND: Wholesale and Retail. Produce & Grain Merchants: FRANIKSTON. We carry Large Stocks of Chaff & Orain ofjall kind Sugar, Kerosene and Manures. We invite a share of public patronage. All Goods Sold at Lowest Possible 1 rices. alo3Gtcek 5. + ++ Of :1( U4e R ,it \Iiat o. -l ChapIi ' nltry Foods of all kinds, Vegetable Seeds. Hay, Straw, : Prices subject to market fluctuations. Va The Best Advertising Medium. . .T..e $Pfpo. Ih andardnd QPpie .lape Pla'.ep. Pop ilan. Panw--...
LAST SATURDAY'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
LAST SATURj)AY'S- PICTURES What does every woman want? A? new costuine, 'uede shoes," new' viin ter's hat and a holiday in the Garden .of Eden at Cowes? -Not -on you life-merely, love! At least, that's what. Grace Darmond 'pdit over in "What Every Woman Wants" : last Saturday night.- As Gloria Graham, a typiste, Grace fell-that's the word, ain't it?-in love with Phil lelden, who kissed her and ivent shooting Huns. Phil was' as poor as a printer and a church mou'se .rolled into one. Gloria's -boss 'was aa -giddy' soft of bloke, and promised Gloria fine clothes and. social position if she ivould marryl him. They .got spliced. but very shortly Gracie realised'she had -made a mistake. Hubby said, "You married .me for my money," and Gloria could'nt deny it. The story ended in tragedy; Gloria-got exposed for her selfishness, and finally mar ried Phil. They'ie still happy, I think. "Ruling Passions" to anyone in terested in character interpretations was especially fine, the fits of revenge...
Picture Notes and Incidents NEXT SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
Picture Notes and Incidents NEXT SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME. There's to be a specially attractive programme at Saturday night's, pic tures.: The principal, picture,' "Social Ambitions," starring Miss Rhea Mit chell and Howard Hickmann," is some thing out'of the ordinary. It has often been-shown thet a woman whose rul ing,'thought is ."social .amhition'2 knows :far: lss about wifely devotion than the one.:whose obersion is a happy home with children to'grace it. This difference in wives is graphically brough!t.aut in 'Social Ambitions." "" i gl Ambitions" hasIi 'eaps .f life and I 'orrers 'i it, of course. There are parts of the story with a smart set atmosphere,, when How ard Hickmann, 'as .Vincent Manton, had plenty of spondulix and ai: pretty society-loving spouse, whilst the clos ing scenes of the story are set on the Yukon, in the cabaiets' of Alaska where, in the days of adversity, he met "the tabby' who saved him from becoming, a. derelict,, and who" was instirumental in bringing hi...
Wedding at St. Paul's Mr James Jolly Marries Miss Rae Picking [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
Wedding at St. Paul's Mr James Jolly Marries Miss Rae Picking .. ..~~~ _. . . . , , - m,.+_+" bt Paul's Church of England. Frankston. wan crowded to witness the wedding of Mr J. B. Jolly and -Miss Rae Picking on the 12th of April. The church was nicely de corated for the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. A. P. Mac Farlane, assisted by Rev W, A. Phillips. The service was fully' choral, and as the bride entered the church with her father "'the Voice that Breathed o'er Eden" was sung Miss Rogers presided at the organ in herusual effilient manner. The bride was charmingly attired in an ivory crepe-de-chino frock, veiled with panels of georgette, and caught in at the hem with tiny silver ribbon loops. At each side of skirt were soft folds of brocade crepe-de chine. The round-nscked bodice was finished off with tiny loops of silver ribbon, and had short sleeves. A wide sash of brocaded crepe-de-chine was also worn, and fell from the waist at back in loose ends, caught by silver loops....
The Standard. FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
hltr Stanbtarb. FRIDAY. APRIL 29, 1921. Local and G.eneral News. Mr. Henry Masterton, of Frankston, has donated £5/5/- towards the first Mornington Cup, run in January last. Cr. Chas. M. Griffeth (£2/2/-). and Mr. C. Copsey (Somerville), with £1/1/-, are also amongst the donators. We regret to record the death of Mrs Chadwell, of Tyabb. She was a very old resident and 84 years of age. Mrs T. Wilkins, of Stanley, Tas mania, is at present spending a holi day at Frankston with her daughter. Mrs W. Crawford Young. A meeting of the Victorian Protes tant Federation was held in the Me chanics' Institute, Frankston, last Friday night. There was a moderate attendance, which was addressed by Rev Walter Albiston. Mr Jas Grice occupied the chair. Major Geoffrey Grice -has been appointed to act as a steward at the forthcoming soldiers' memorial race meeting at Mornington, reference to which is made in. our advertising columns this issue, Messrs Coxhell, L. Hutchinson, J. Connell and F. Mills hav...
OBSELETE LIBEL LAWS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 April 1921
OBSELETE LIBEL LAWS. To the Editor. Sir,--The Victorian Provincial Press Association is contemplating' making a united effort-to demand relief from the present perilous position occu piel by newspaper proprietors in re garid to the law of libel. The move ment is stimulated by the recent libel action against the Woodend "Star," and demandls not only the support of the editors of 5The Standard". and the "Peninsula Post," but the support of the various shire councils through out the Peninsula, who could voice their protest, through the Municipal Association. The facts, briefly, are that Mr. Cornish published in his newspaper a report of a meeting of the Woodend 'Shire Council. At that meeting the work of the shire secre tary was criticised and his resigna tion demanded. The statement, it was pleaded, were true in substance and fact, and the councillors gave evi dence that they had been fairly -and accurately reported. Damages to the extent of, £50 and costs were awarded against the "St...