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FRUIT AND FLOWERING TREES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

rR'UI' AND FITOWERING ; TREES Fruift tiees, u nlike flowering trees; at'e n'Ot grown oon in recep taeles ;for ::'sinmdier "planting, so they mftst' be planted whist dor niant, between now and the end of August. A, Apples, Pears, .Plumns, Peaches,. Prunes, N'ectarines,:- Apricots and Figs,- in: the :best 'commercial varie ties, 3/6 :each. . Almonds, in 2 sizes, 3/6 and 5/. :Cherries, 5/. Black and Red Currants, in 4- yearibushes, 3/; Gooseberries, 1/6 and' X3"/;, Raspberries, ' everbearing varieties, 9/ dozen. W Walnuts: "We have some excel lent varieties in ' grafted plants, which, l ome :into bearing in 2 to 3 years, 15/ to 20/'each. English Walnuts, firom :seed; 5/. 'LOIIVERING TREES" Flowering'g Peach, ' Red. Pink, and -White. ?vell branched, 5/. Prunus' Munie (Japanese Flow ering Apricot), 4 nvarieties, which cover a flowering period from Jutne to September, 5/.and 7/6. Prunus Pollardi, "large pink Ploweriitg Almond,n 5/ and 7/6. Double. Hawthorns, in Pink and Red, also Single '...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

Radio Service a We offer Dependable and Speedy RADId. REPAIR, Service, a and back this by our Years of, Experience,. and' our Reputatlont in the' Radio Field. YOUR• RADIO REPLACED- FREE OF- CI-TARGE ' . HILST BEING REPAIRED You May ,Choose Your Favourite Records. from " Discs by H.MV., COLUMBIA, DECCA. and PARLAPHONE FRANKSTON ELECTRIC SERVICES 554 BAY ST., FRANKSTON P.' Phone: 130 RING FRANKSTON 145 10 CARS--, NO.W AVAILABLE McCOMB'S' MOTORS S(Gawley & J'ohnston) - (OPPOSITE THE STATION; FRANKSTON ,rb'1r Stinr~N,~~.c~r.Sý'ti..ýS.Siti.SVS.S.ýSV SEE: SGeo G. AUSTIN AUCTIONEERS- AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS. BUSINESS, INSURANCE AND GENERAL AGENTS, 'SWORN VALUATORS Austin -Buildings,,; Bay Street,, Frankston. -FRANKSTON PHONES: 1 and 780' (2 lines). : ENTRUST'YOUR 'WORK TO PRINTING o. STANDARD NEWSPAPERS Ply. Ltd. DISTINCTION ' PLAYNE STREET, FRANKSTON F'ston 6 "The-St'andard" Is Unequalled for Quick Service, Quality of,- :'Workmanahip and REASONABLE :PRICES I ":"e MAKE.' S. AKE.`"TH...

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The Standard EDITORIAL PAGE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

JUL A ,APA GE CO.Me Ecatorial Thursday, September 8, 1949 The pasteurisation of milk should not again be relegated Sto the list of forgotten things bedause the epidemic at St. Arnaue fi'. cleiaring up - After the typhoid scourge at Chelternad pasteuiisation became a "must." Eventually legislatiol Passed -tirough the State iParliament which indicated that verytsoo1 Melbourne's .milk would" be :treahte in a modern, hygienio manner. BUT that legislation has never been implemented i rhy? iYour guess is as gopod as ours. -Tlie fact appears to be -that too many with -!a bi~ t stake in the, milk industry will ie Sadvcerseiy affected, and State politicians do not desire to offen . themn.:., If there is" any other. reason we will be Pleased to pr nt, Lt

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Let's Write a Letter DEAR FELLOW MOTORIST, [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

1)1 , y.IR L1Ok I OTORTTS'I., W lthe iiu hutt?.' OUt sleeti1 011' e p01(1 i ljuu ni~ -i -the (lut.. IE 'eu.. -minute of every Iio Lte of (VI"y (myý', car, :van, trck, waggoul, aintiytg proplcledl (il.l'oiti WIIOOls by ii petrol' uuoto mnul beell elreei'tir along mtIIor army e( 'sIIeen '' linlcided Ilirhwuý.'"rulnS' lon ''Foii1rtv iiII.il lntl bli4 o, titt speeds Wih(11, l eronur ate identt 14111 deailthl.lhhy the IIUITy?. Moving with tlie limes,, ;:iwo ithl -devlopi a :rnraze 1.'speed,* *4nd41 yet; m(40 "( Slpced, hilt iictttithial· Ailee thoes it gietus? For some it getf ts (enti i4to 4 h0jpitdtl1 bed. Fot otiers it providcls facilities olrl their first 11ii1l Just visit to tile City 3-forgue.. Somec ll oislst drive at suaicIdll 'speed'on the H i'twiiy, priticulatly in the CeiteAhiiAtenl.eitdoi "'''rea: `" hir thetun JltrV' Y1oairs etc., t; "THE* STANDAR.

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MARATHON WALK WON BY L. CHADWICK [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

MARATHON WALK WON BY L.: CIIADWICK' : Despite the. biad weather;, the Victorian Amateur Walkers' Club held their . Annual' 251 niild Handicap froiry. Melbourne to Frankston last Saturday. There was a good muster of .ompetit ars' to face the starter at Princes' Bridge, .where the first man ,was sent away at :12" noon, just one iour ahead- of the. scratch \man, W. S. Grandy. Out' of .19 to to start, 14 cor pleted the course, the finishing 'post being at the grandstand: on, the Frankston r'ootball Ground. Owing to- the' fact that the grand final of the M.P.F.L. A Grade was being played' at Sor rento, there was a very poor at rendance at the' ground to see the walkers finish the distance of 25, miles.: W. S. Grandy retired ,ust before reaching Mordialloc after a good attempt- on the rec crd held by A. Theobold. Shire President at Dinner. After the'- competitors "had: checked in, and had 'a well ehrned. hot showver, they adjourn jd to the Masonic Hall, Franks ton, for their Annual Dinner...

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LANGWARRIN PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'S ANNUAL BALL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

I.IIOGRI.SS' ASSC'IATION'S, A new 'depairture from routine is being umade? for the inajor event of Langwarrin Progress As socialion's social 'activities, as they are holdihig..their big ball in the Baxter Public Halli on Friday, 16th September. "Unfortunately, residents ,, find themselves without a hall,.and' are tlierefoie workinig liard to find the i~herewithal to provide a new h'll worthy o'f the district, with all modern, amenities.: In view- f Baxter's own excel lently oi'gafiised night, whjch was in every.' way. a: brilliant success, it is hoped" to stage an enjoyable function. Hence:residents of an unlimited: area' are guaranteed 'a carefree night. Already, -Mr. W. I. Bosse, tthe capable hon., secre tary, .is thinlcing out ways. and means wherelly,all will be amused. Yates' Orchestra (from. Dande nong) has- been, engaged for the occasion,, an excellent floor is as-. sured, novelties and prizes are of fering, and also a good supper. Proceeds %will -be devoted to' langwarrin's ...

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The Standard children's club [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

-rchidrent 7club It seems to be Birthday: Week,. doesn't it?., "Grou see Telms" was Angelina: Albrecht; 6f- Cheltenham. An alled ouThe Girl Without k'Nam :'. for the beautiful colours aiited her entry. Sthe Albert Park lake .some days. ago, :._saw- the police re singa nearby parkland for .the Show._. The :horses were so thrsv practically held ujp the" traffic :?.- everyone:"- stopped, to enjoy your holidays? Your had lovely weather, anyway. S RUTH.

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

R.S.L. SNOOKER Frankstori R.SIL. snooker, teams scored a double success this week against Caulfield. . Frankston B., at Frankston, in flicted the first-defeat of the sea son on Caulfield B, with an, easy victory, 443 to 333 total. At Caulfield, Frankston A. beat Caulfield A., with a 388 to:d366 score. Details: Detaails, with Frankston names first menioned:- " . , . G. Wood, 139 defeated .Harris,* 71. R. Zenner, 99 defeated Morris, 98. -. I .. * L. Simpson, 86 defeated Scott; 80. C. McKenzie, 119 defeated Miller, 84. Frankston, 443 defeated Caul field, 333.: Frankston A. v. Caulfield, at Caulfield. Peterson, 77 lost to Purves,.131. K. Davies;' 121 defeated ;Mea fer, 60. K. Flynn,. 93 defeated; Datson, N. Elleiy, 89 defeated Peder~on; 84.8 Frankston, 380, defeated. Caul field, 3686. ; :

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"B" Grade Final [?] Win By Two Points After [?]k-and-Neck Struggle [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

"B" Grade Final Win By Two Points After k-and-Neck Struggle - ?trast to the "At' (Grade debacle at Sorrento, y'e "" Gradi final at Molrnington was a real lenl. Afto' a neck-and-neck struggle and tvillo finally ptrevailed by 1 2" points. Rfye (rtniity in th last term, when nline shots goals, whcer .as Somerville replied. with' rour shots. Gate receipts totalled. £62. i: Somerville aerville 5.6; erville 7.12 ; rville 10.13; drvllle: Com ers, Nolan, ley, Stokes, ltelie. Somerville: Gray, Arm Wagner, F. lonahan 2, hie, B. Cain, (a) Grounds.for 1950 finals; (b) Grading of clubs for 1950, and piiblication of-"Football News" in 1950; (c) Refreshment rights at all matches conducted by the League; (d) `'Suitability of grounds - Cluib matches,. and League matches, from the as pects of* playing arena, .-fencing, sanitation, parking space,. facili ties for players; accommodation of public, etc.

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The Standard SPORTING ROUNDUP [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

SP ORIDNG IiROUNDUP yg111111ot1 11 m moI1111111111111 nwnrlfrrrtl111n11I7urrrnlruwlt ton Premiers 1on Vanquished in pointingfl Game o " %rrntelwriIp horrors o0 thle last lhie vC'lIu .copedI at very casy" atntd popular. 'al ttt torrdIo on IadurdY , when Mlortluli In wat vlts I It poorustandard of football, 6ji11tI(l III a'Ilh' po00I crowd of spectaltors, "" 01111rell. pilrl scores, Frankstoll 21.20 U. tell th~eir un'al stork' of the~ game.lC 1tstanlldl rwise dull cue.qlarter ds kicked lrd quarter, ed by Den game. wias fairly the score ston .5 ; their stu d quarter, red only 3 ores were: hinlton 1.6. plete charge of a poor game in the third term, and rattled on goal after goal, to linish the quarter: Frankston 17.1.1; lornington 2.9. .. " With the game well th. the bag, Frankston players merely coasted along during the final quarter, .to ru11 Ollut very easy winners, and prelniers. Final scores: Frankston 21.20; Mornington 6.16. Best players.-Franlkstoa: Lade (best on ground), L. Glou...

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

'??' " GOODS IS THE BIG STOCK Phone, 450 hibut only a good tailor e Tilors and Dress Clothes atien STALIAN and ENGLISH': alellto I renew roClass Trrade ears' e SOerience Phone, 860. SFRANKSTON OF QUALITY for Men AND FRANKSTON. .4 ER RY CLEANERS . SERVICE IBROUS PLASTER ACTURING CO.. . !ICES AND PANELS E :DIATE DELIVERY : )eets Available) 4 P OUR STOCKS - REET, BALACLAVA NE: LF 1933 . RING TY.ABB 262 for PANEL BEATING AND DUCOING" - HOODS -BOWS - -UPHOLSTERY CAR SALES CARS, TRUCKS, UTIL'TIES:. N .?ITO'R CYCLE from us, menotion Pillion Seat and Font Rests, Regis. ober Plates Fitted, Petrol and. Oil, bths' Free Service. District Agents for Matchless, B.S.A., Sunbeam, A.J.S., Arlel, Triumph, Velocette, Francis, Barnett.. Dl)st Ibutors of Jaw\a and Ogar,' CASH ? . TEr?IS.? . . TRADE IN. ' oA.- 150 M.P.G. - £36 Deposit • OS. IMOTOR CYCLES i (Opp. Station) a - Estab. 15 years ENS ! PENS! - Multi.colors, 6/6 (refills 2/ 7/6 and 5/9 Pen of Fame. efills 3/9) NEWSAGENwCY FRAN KST N O' DO YOU K...

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MERCHANT NAVY LINK MT. ELIZA BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

, MFRCHIANT NAVY l)INK' ' ]:i 4T. ELIZA BRNCH; "'Miembers, of the .Mount Eltzq Branh:tof the: Mercha'it Nakvy Siink No2i.:, have parrange" to hold G'irer i;-Fete.. orn Satuirday. NO "vember 119th,, ati'.'Sirreyi'. Mount Eliza. Christmas gifts' of all kinds ,?\wiH-beý among-.thb& attractýons, .as well?ias many amusement foir tie hildren.

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

TENNIS At the .annual.n meeting :of ?-the Somerville. Te~nnigr. Club!. '.last: week, the following office-bear ers were elected: President, Mr. K. Manby;; 'vice-presidents,:. Miss. S. Unthank and Mr. G. Cook;sec= retary, Mr. I. Shelton; treasurer, Mi-s. 'C. Allen: committee, Mrs. E.. `Green, ::Misses N.' Manby,. V: 'Untliarink, Messrs N. Clarke, :':D: Davis and .W. -Moore;- delegates; Messrs Maniby, Cook and Sheltoni' A team in "A" and "B" grades has' been entered for the- forth coming competitions. ; Members and intending .mem bers are invited to attend the courts on Saturday,. October 1, at 1.30, when a tournament will be held to mark the openi ,g of the 1949-1950 season. An open invitation is extended to all. interested ' to :join the working-bee at. the ,courts -next Sunday. at. 10 -a.m. The, -courts need. a great deal of preparation: before the start of .the season, so a ,good muster of enthusiastic workers would be greatly.appre ciated. ?.Quxrse : of instruction began at "theý...

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About Racing F[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

About Racing Fj .Epsom trainer, Wally Q'Dwyer, flew to Sydney last Satuirday to see Lady Pirouette, formerly trained by him, narrowly beaten by .Bernbrook in the Canterbury Stakes. According to Wally, the filly had the race won,. but her condition gave out near the finish. Lady Pirouette will soon. be back in Melbourne to contest the ap proaching three-year-old .fillies' classics. Little.. 14-year-old Pat Ryan, who is apprenticed to his father, Vin Ryan, at Fletningtoin, had a nasty, fall in the last;heat of race trials at Epsom on Monday:"·pak't from concussion, the lad sustain eda. a Pott's fracture "of the right ankle. It will be a.long time be fore..he is able to ride again. - E. ("Bill") Clarke; :.' recognris ed as the.'Breasley. among ,coun try .jockeys, has :'been "~'oit of action for two monthis, aniia.it will be..some time yet before.. he' re sumes his profession, Bill lacerat ed and' broke a finger while chop ping' Wood at his home at Mordi alloc. After being in splints fo...

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The Standard punters [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

S / A Ppunte t 5-11411414411IIIMS u __IIIyy Black Don Again Coming Good. Black Don- proved himself a rattling -good colt last time, up, by winning three races .in-a-row. He has had a let-up since then, butu is, again coming to hand iapidly, and, showing all.-his former *,rl-, H'iance on the traclk. ·. At Mentone on Tuesday Black D.on slipped, over al 'mile' in 50 secs.,. and idid it well. He is well forward, and could win first up for popular trainer Jim Pengilly.. Carbon-Copy Was a Little - 'Unlucky. I don't. like making excuses for beaten horses, but I really think that Carbon Copy would have beaten Comic Court in' the Mem sie Stakes at' Caulfield on Satur day. When Comic Court was ob-' taining, what eventuated to -be a winning lead Carbon Copy was being seriously hampered by St. Riazzle hanging in on him. Ac .ording- to "Scobie" Breasley, ,his rider,. Carbon Copy could not stretch out for almost a ,furlong .nearing and rounding the turn. When he did get clear, he finish .ed well,...

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

HAVING SPARE- PARTS WORRIES? .9 Momsen Bros. Chelsea Garage, Chelsea 153 CARRY A COMPREHENSIVE RANGE OF PARTS: FOR ALL POPUILAR'CARS AND TRUCS --: ..RY OUR SPARE PARTS .DEPARTMENT:; FOR "COURTEOUS AND EFFICIENT ATTENTION? ? Good Stock of Tyres 24-Hours Engine Chaige andI Accessories over Service on Chevrolet. Ford, International. --------- -S?.SLSY.SS SEWING MACHINE SERVICE DEPOT. All types of sewing machines repaired. 5 YOUNG ST., FRAW& STON Phone 494 Weekly visits throughout Peninsula FENCING Sft. PALINGS ERECTED Or Materials only. M. ROWSTON. 61 FEWSTER RD., HAMPTON. XW3556. CHIROPODIST MISS P. POWER D?.SI.S.P. London, P.S. P.C. Vie. .rPor all foot complaints(-- Corns, Calleous, Bunions, Nail Affections, Papillomas, Etc. 440 MELBOURNE ROAD, -isits Patients. FRANKSTON 643 S FRANKSTON MECHANICS' LIBRARY New and TJp-to-rate Books S.Subscriotion'- 10/- year; 2/6 quarter -- Free Reading 4Room - SOURS: 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 daily Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 12 . TENNIS CLASSES .COMM ENCI...

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International Rover Scout Moot In Norway (Frankston Rover Scouts Ken Cameron and Dick Allchin report to Rover Leader.) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

International Rover Scout Moot In Norway (Frankston Rover Scouts Ken Cameroni a~nd Dick Allchin report to Royer Leader). Published here is a first-hancn report of the Norway Moot by Frankston Rover Scouts Ken Cameron and Dick Allchin: The following is the, welcome to the Moot fromn the:Camp Chief, -Trygve -E.E Gundahl: S:"This- is the first Rover Moot arrangdc after the wair ended anrd the peace came. This peace for which': we- longed and hoped for, and' which in our thoughts ap peared as a great angel of light, semins. to have become a stunted 'manikin, of whom the only good to be said is that he is still keep ing 'alive. "This is, also the first Rover Moot without Lord Baden-Powell. He is -no :longer among us; to on rich us- by, his mind, .to create light among us by his kind smile. "The importance of a Rover *Moot' -is certainly greater today than ever before, but the occas ion it offers for' Rovers from all parts of the world to :make per sonal" acdquaiitances and .fiend ships a...

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ST. BARNABAS', SEAFORD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

ST. BARNABAS', ' SEAFORD Last .Sunday .week. the Sunday "School made a pilgirimage to St.. Paul's Cathedral. . On' September-. 5, Miss H. Bright-Parker, :Youth. secretary of the. Board of Missions, showed to the Sunday School a film strip depicting the work of. the Church ,in. New. Guinea. and. Japan. The Ladies" Guild organised ant "At :Home'' to farewell. Mrs. and Miss Swan.. The Vicar made a presentation .on "behalf of the 'Seaford parishioners: ,

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"VARIETY CAVALCADE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 8 September 1949

"VARIEETY ' CAVALCADE" The new Melb. Tivoli 'pro gramme provides a good night's i. optertainment that is bright < with tuneful music, catchy songs, good singers, clever artists, beautiful settings', and a ' good' ballet all go to make this one of the Tiv's really great shows, Ballet routines by Edna Luts-': combe were new. 3-. - The Merry Macs, top line Am-, erican Harmoni:ts, .present one of the slickest, eye pleasing, ear tickling turns in years. -_ . Three male singers, a blosde,. and a male pianist revel in teir. period on stage and being i ost' generous in their contribtqioni to the night's fun. . Clem Dawe and Eric Edaey provide most of the humour in their own pleasing manner. Their sketch, "His Wedding Day," was a high-light. Much of their humour was enriched with topical tales of the momnept. wIhTcd'i\eW'e"iieh.joyed too'the ftl by the customers. Buster Fiddes and Sylvia Kellway lent good support '-s funsters. Astley. and Jenny. proved masters of the concertirna, ...

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

_ A SURE WI[NNER tFOR SEAF?ORD '. THE RENOWNED ' . . . C. NICHE .LS HAS NC'W ACQUIRED THE ' i-: SEA-FORD •BAKERY "STRICT CLEA'NLINESS" - - Y MOTTO DELICIOUS BREAD AND SHALL 40O0 , '.E VERY ?AILY 'Phoet:: FRANKSTON 358 PANEL-BEATING . .AND W IN DONE .BY' " Ek-Paint Superintendent ieneral Motors Holden (With Holdens 22 Years, QUALITY GUARANTEED RAY WOOD FRANKSTON CAR SALES - 54 DANDENONG ROAD 'Phone: F'kston 55 H. J. ROGERSON :' ,DAVEY STREET, FRANKSTON BUILDING SUPPLIER WASHED CONCRETE, SAND, BLUESTONE, SCREENINGS, GAPRDEN SOIL, GRAVEL, ETC., HARDWOOD 'AND "RED GUM A . AND SEEDLINGS ,`7" ,C( r F R U IT T R E ES H. T. HILL NURSERYMAN AND SEED MERCHANT r36 YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON. " -F"ston 730 THE: :FRIENDLY P-::HOTOGRAPHER. GORDON LINDSAY COMMERCIAL - GENERAL -- Specialist in Child 'Studies STUDIO - 13 DELL ROAD, FRANKSTON (Across Cranb~orne Road Brlidge),' - Phorle:.F'ston 735 : RUBBER STAMPS c OF ?ALL -DESCRIPT-IONS MADE TO 'ORDER :..PROMPT DELIVER. -: ..MOUNTED' ON RUBBER CUSHIONS...

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