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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
Mars hall's Drapery Store Bay Street, Frankston SE MORE WOOL Wool for Knitting Woollen Blankets Woollen Underwear Woollen .Outerwear And. Support Australian Industry BEATTIE'S DRAPERY STORE FRANKSTON HOUSE BUILD INGS hopping Baskets 1/I 1i, 2/6 and 2/11? each. All hand. Lade. ,Throw away your Tin-opener. Use only EUTC HE ID'S MEAT You and your family will find fresh meat more noursidhnl aal satisfying to the appetite. Buy fresh meat from: ROBINSON &I MARKS BUTCHERS, BAY ST., FRANKSTON. 'PHONE 214. -T:IPPETIZIflC COODflESS Give your famn ily a treat by securing some of our delicious home made Cakes 8 Scones They have a delightful appetis ing flavour and their freshness will please. The smile of appreciation given to you will be well worth the little money spent. Bay Cottage QUALITY HOME MADE CAKE SHOP (MISS JEWELL, Proprietress) -r.Plyne St. Tel. 452. FRANKSTON. RANKSTON'S NEW BUTCHERY OODWARD & SON' 553 BAY STREET. Phone 225. Purveyors of Choicest Meats at Lowest Pos...
GOLF LONG ISLAND CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
GOLF O-0 :. - LONG ISLAND CLUB, ' t ,Results of the, . mixed.: foursomes played' during the week-end were: 77-Stahle and Miss Servan (28), A. H. and Mrs Talbot (19),,A. T. B .and Mrs Muntz (20); 79--E; and Mrs Mc Bain (26);:. 85-R. Lucas and Mrs Donnelly (25), F." and Mrs Boulter (28); 88--W. C. Gilbert and Miss J. Amor (21); 89-H. F. Pierson and Mrs Hiscock (21), E. and Mrs Davies (23); 90--A. H. and Mrs Saltmarsh (26). LONG ISLAND ASSOCIATES. Following is the result of 18 holes stroke, played at Iong Island "Coun try . Club for trophy donated by Mr. C./Gilbert, club captain:-Mrs E. D. MacKenzie 111-36.75; Miss V. Ridg way 107-31-76; Miss E. -McBain 107 33-76; Miss Jean Amor 105-23-77; Miss L. Nicholas 102-18-84; Mr L. Tupiman 121-34-87. Next competition. Wednsday, July I. four ball best ball.
The Churches FOR CHRIST AND THE CHRISTIAN COMMONWEALTH IN AUSTRALIA AND TO WARDS A WORLD COMMONWEALTH [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
The Churches *:[ ':,* "^ *.-- -- - o~o-;^' ^ ^ . FOR CHRIST .AND THE,CHRIS.; TIAN COMMONWEALTH IN AUSTRALIA AND TOWARDS A WORLD COMMONWEALTH. The Genesis of the Movement. At the. first -meetingý of: the Coun cil of. Churches, held after the Tenth World's :Christian Endeavour Con vention, members were so impress ed by the value of a united witness for Christ, as' well as by the . mes sages of the -guest-speakers, that they ,felt. a responsibility rested up on them as representatives oft the: Churches to conserve and convey to others the : inspiration received; Hence the.:. following: resolutions were .: siubsequently- :prepared and adopted:- - -(1) That. we thank God for 'tlie way *religious interest :and' Christian forces were brought to a focus in the Tenth World's C.E. Convention held in Melbournie fromii 2nrd-8th August. (2.)-That',we" feel a' great respon sibility rests upon the Christian Church in Australia to. conserve and direct tie eniotidn's called. forth and aspirations aw...
TENNIS CAULFIELD-CARRUM TENNIS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
TENNIS --0- CAULFIELD qARRUM TENNIS ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the above association was held on onday night last`at the Mechanics'": Hall, Chel tenham. The following office-bearers were re-elected; all having held office- for the season just ,concluded:-Presi dent, Mr. H. F. Cornish; vice-presi dent, A .R. Jackson; hon. secretary and treasurer, Mr. H. C. Newham; committees, executive committee, the president, .vice-president, secretary and'W. Horton, L. Mills, C. McPhate and E. Whitehead; permit commit tee, H. F. Cornish, A. R. Jackson, H. C. Newham; hon. auditor, Mr. J. El lis; delegates to Metropolitan Dis trict Lawn Tennis Association, A R. Jackso~n` and H. C. Newham. The president, Mr. Cornish, wel comed Mr. McLean, of the "Ivern" Tennis. Club,, as a delgate represent ing, saine. An application for affilia tion to the association on behalf of "'Ivern" Club was dealt with and granted. The presentation of trophies and pennants will 'be presented at . a dance to be held at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
MENTONE GIRLS' GRAMMAR SCHOOL 231 Beach Road. PUBLIC DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS FEES MODERATE. ble by Motor Ba. from Mordialloc, Black Rock, Beaumaris, ceble by Oakleigh and Dandenong. KINDERGARTEN, TO LEAVING HONOURS. Prospectus on Applicatlin. Headmistress at home by Appointment. Tel.: Chelt. 320. " J. McCowan, B.A., Dip. Ed., Headmistress. S MENTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.AND GIRLS. Sub-Primary to Leavying Honours. Boys admitted to Kindergarten at age of four. Separate Department for Junior School. MODERATE FEES. Healthy Surroundings. Ideal Situation. Extensive Grounds. COACHING COLLEGE. NIGHT CLASSES Pupils Prepared for all Examinations. Complete Provision for Boarders. For Prospectus and Particulars of Scholarships, Apply C. C. THOROLD, M.A., Headmaster. TeL: Chelt. 409. Tel.: Chelt. 409. Put Your Washday Worries in a Bag and ask us to call for them. You'll have everything back -laundered and ironed in quick time. Satisfaction guaranteed. PRINCE'...
FRANKSTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
FRANI(STON NOT9!K "Frankston'is two-goal defeat at the hands of Hastngs -Tyabb on Saturday was its first for the season .The defeat: was due more to the absence of :well-known: players than to any -marked decline of form. Clapham; Beecroft and Rosenbrock left vacancies not easy to fill Hast ings-Tyabb, however, deserve fiull credit as being the first team to lower. Franksiton's colors this season. Reg. Alderson, who -broke his col: larboe. three .weeks ago when re1
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
(To the Editor.) Sir,-=-As one who admires the _lart played- by .your.tpaper in the struggle' against the National Insurance Act, I am amazed to find you stating in your open letter to the A.C.T.U. that "if the elected representatives of the people pass a bill it becomes law, and must be obeyed, even if it is a bad law." According to such a definition of democracy, we are condemned to inactivity every time a reactionary government makes a. move towards the crushing of democracy. And, un less. the National Register Act is a step in the direction of conscription, then it has no meaning at alL The Trade Union attitude is based partly on the experiences of the Port Kembla dispute, where Mr. Menzies' attitude called forth the coddeiiination of no less an authority than Sir Isaac lsaa's( in his iecgnt? pamphlet on Australian demdoracy). It is also based on the exiierlence of European ~ countries, wihere it has beenl shdwn that democracy can only live-today if every step in the direction o...
Sporting Highlight ROLLING ALONG. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
Sporting HIglhlglht S.. . oOo 00 ROLLING ALONG. Roller skating appears to have regained the popularity it, held. twenty-five years ago, and this is not surprising--in? fact, It is sur prising that: it ever languished. It is good tun, excellent 'exgerce, aind. the cost is within the reach of almost everyone. Rinks gre ;doing boom business at Parkdale and on the Peninsula, amongst other :places-In fact, roller skating is.enjoying its most- successful run. .Twenty-five years ago, many, sporting features were held on the roller rinks-races, hockey matche s and races against cycles. Popular "events were the endurance performances -of some skaters. We remember a chap named Eckard, who held all -the, endurance records of the time. He would skate all day and all night with :no respite, for -five or six days. We don't know that the world was any better off- for such achievements, but it supplied interest and entertainment for the 'young bloods of the.time. Today, -roller skating' has: more t...
NATIONAL REGISTER. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
NATIONAL REGISTER.;' (To the Editor.) ý. :: Sir,-I read with niuch .regret your open letter to ,Mr. Crofts,- and wel; come the o0pportunity to plaace befoe you some i"actsc'?' SAboiut .eight vweeks ago. the .Mel bourne Trade's Hall Council' agreed that -the Menzies Government in tended to proceed with the National Register and the Supply and'Deve lopiment Bill, and that they should oppose it, and asked the A.C.T.U. to formulate a National campaign against the proposed Bill's. SThis wad done, .and their policy adopted'by every T.H.C. and Labor Council in Australia. On Sunday, June 3, a meeting of Melbourne Trade. Uniion EIxecutiveks unaniinously endorsed the policy of the A.C.T.U. :Thi: was one of the biggest meet2 ings of its kind ever held in Mel bourne. .In turn, the individual uni onls have endorsed the same policy without exceptioris, and coitribute:d generously .towards the cost of tlis' campaign. ' Let.me remind you that Labor.has a majority over any other party in the House, ...
MORNINGTON v. SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
MORNINGTON V. SEAFORD. Seaford was again unsuccessful against Mornington on. Saturday. Although the tricolors were not safe till the last quarter; they scored seven goals in that ~ferm to Seaford-Car rum's four, to put the issue beyond doubt. Final scbres were' Moirning ton, 17.19; Seatord-Carrum, 11.8.. Seaford did very well to hold Morn ington throughout the game. This team, though lowest on the list, has peveral players equal to the ?est in the compeetition, and at times plays excellent football. With the. streng thening of only one or two weak nesses they 'would. be further up the premiership ladder. In any case, the players' committee. and supporters deserve full credit for; the= good football played throughout the season: Seaford-Carrum can no longer be regarded a a "choppiing block" by. stronger: teams. . In fact, competent judges 'of football said last week that they will lower the colors of several teams'- before the season concludes. B-est 2players for Seaford-Carrum were ...
Felix Holt Says [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
Felix Holt Says --" : ,: .o o'. THAT Winchelsea was put on the, map, last week when' lls .Marjorie " Lawrence iow' a., world-famous soprano-returned to her little home town, situated ?on the Biarwon,: about 25 miles frop Geelong. It- is a p?retty, :sleepy little- place,:: but its people rose to thk occasion last-week, :and gave their: .now famousi songstress a welcome home which radio audiences .in ?all- parts of the Commoa n,:ealthl listeied intov with delight and warm sympathy. He recollects a trip to a 'race meeting at Winchelsea some thirty years ago. It ?was on a roaring hot Boxing Day, and those present ibwed moreinterest in the ba tthan theydidinth'iraces, in which starters : were, few and ;.th results -foregone conclusions. After the 'races, the 'visitors. from:" Melbourne and Geelong? numbering about 50, retired to_ the hotel for dinner, and to await the ithrough train--this, of course,: was .'before the days of motor eara After dinner, the party ::adjourned 'to the iain st...
POSITION OF CLUBS. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
POSITION OF CLUBS. . A GRADE. P. W. L. Pta. Franklston ....?;. :.. 6 1 24 Mornington .. .... ....7 5 2 20 Sorrento...... .. .. 7 5 2 20 Hastings-Tyabb . .. ?;7 4 8 16 Naval Depot ... ..7 ,8, 4 .12 Somerville :.. i: .. .. : 5 4 Seaford-Carrum .. .;7 "07 .0 -B GRADE. Balnarring 8... . 6. ;.. 8? . 2 24 NavalV Depot... 6 .968 24 Pearcedales . .: .. :8 6 . 2 24 Frankston ... 4?. 4 16? Red Hil::l 4 4 : 16. i Dromana .. . 8 3 5 12 Rosebud ..- . 8 3 5 12. Haxtinge-Tyabb 8i .. . 8 6 ".8 0 Baiter .i. 0 .-0·
PRODUCTION AND SPENDING POWER. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
PRODUCTIO(N AND SPENDING POWER. (To the Editor.) Sir,-An otherwise thoughtful let ter over the niame of Loduis Lowther, of Mordialloc, is. marred by' one or Stwo mis-statements, which for the sake of the: younger generation of electors, and buddingfi electors, should not be allowed to -pass unnoticed. .He says "Our 'primary industries are so languishing as the result of over production . ' . " How can a 'stat' of 'over production exist, when over 60 per cent. of the popula tion are under fed?. The true cause of the languisling, of primary indus tries is under consumption, the re stilt of the failure to pidvide. suffi cient money for the extra produc tion. demanded by Parliameht 1 and Press. If there : is only suffcient money in :the country: to .-purchase ordinary pr6ductioii, what is the use of "increasing- the 'productioi, . unless provision is also inade- for the" extra money to buy. it?.- . , ..What is' the use 'of, talkling. about over production, iinfti' every' single unit of ...
Let's Write a Letter [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
Let's Write a Letter, 000 Dear Reader, This is really a strictly private matter between us - very entre nous-so to speak. Whilst we receive innumerable letters praising our paper, sometimes we are told that we do :not publish enough local news. Now our purpose in life is to supply a paper each week which will give entire satisfaction to everyone. Yes, we are aware it is an impossibilty, but still we are striving to achieve -even the impossible. A local paper, for. some Unknown reason, is looked upon by some people as a vehicle upon which to practise their doubtful qualifi cations as reviewers. You never hear them criticise ..the contents of papers which cost more- and contain less Interesting- reading per page than we supply. But it's all in the game, .and we don't-worry 'they still buy the paper. Some -people whom we regard as friends have told us that we miss a lot of local news. But. the fault iss not entirely ours.,. It Is Impossible for us to know of every event which takes pla...
Advertising is a Waste! [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
Advertising is a Waste How often you hear the suburban trader scoff-at the idea of spending money on advertising. A specious argument used is "Oh, I am doing alright, I am making a .comfortable living, why- spend money on increasing business which I don't need.". Such a person lacks ambition, and actually is occupying a shopping site which should be in the hands of a more ambitious person. City stores set an- example in, advertising-one, firm spends thousands of pounds per week in newspaper adverts., and it does not do it out of a sense of charitableness to the newspaper companies, but because it gets results. Advertising does pay-even advertising by a small shopkeeper will increase the turnover if the copy is catchy and the article ad vertised is reasonably- priced. Naturally, we are anxious to see local businesses prosperous, and with such in mind, recommend that even the smallest business should set aside, during the coming financial year (from 1st July) a fixed weekly amount for...
HALL QUESTION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
HALL QUESTION. (,To the Editor.): Sir,-In your last insue; your corre spondent, Bunker, ias, In is wisldomi, revealed the fat ti1i my iiasing2A sho ii hisi direction certainly :found i-'ts mark; in" factt, he gives eveir yindica- tion that it was a 'bull's eye." In his rage and indignatioi he quite overlooks the point that my letter was not directed to him.' I-merely made6i friendly suggestion to Mr Tomasetti to solici` t Bunker's aid because it ob curred to me that if they discussed the matter together it would býi pos sible, but very improbable, that-they, could advance some good:reason why we should not have a decent public hall. IHowever. Bunker's displeasure- has again presented him with an oppor tunity to indulge in'much irrelevant matter, and to demonstrate his inabil ity to deal effectively with the real issue, i.e.. the public hall -proposal. Therefore, with this letter I will retire from the controversy. In reply to Bunler's challenge and denial of inside .knoowledge, I: J...
Your Safety Valve [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
Your Safety Valve . -• . * - '-- --, - o -. . ..--- * 'A cAulmri for you.. Let's ha? your views in brief on any topic. exceltii religion. Eviey letiiier ust tbeaj the writeýr' name ind ' addresis?/'it necessa-ilM for puOliicati|i. Head coirrepondenii d; * "Safety Vailve.'')
To Combat 'Flu A Worthwhile Suggestion [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
To Combat 'Flu oOo A Worthwhile Suggestion Have you had the 'flu? If not, why nott E?eryone has it, and you are not in the swim if you cannot boast of an attack. If you are determined to. be stand offish .and not fashionable, we of foer just a few hints which should guarantee immunity, against any thing. With the first sign of watery eyes, or ditto nose, go to bed. If you, are .in earnest and really want to go to bed, an onion will help the quality of the patient's symptoms. Then take a hot "toddle." If one is ineffective, don't be stingy with yourself, but take several more. The preparation of the hot "tod die" should be in generous hands if other services are available, don't let your wife make it up. Suggest she also go to bed (without a hot toddle) to dodge infection, and get Bill next door to make it up. The first essential is a bottle of whisky-any brand will 'do-because it's all good. You might just as well get a quart bottle whilst you are about it. It would be fatal to run ...
TYABB PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
TYABB PERSONAL. The young. Hastings-Tyabb foot baller, Norman Victor, is again. fit and able to resume work. Some few weeks ago he had the misfortune to sustain a broken collar-bone, through. a fall from a pony. RAILWAY STATION. Advice has been received here from the - Railways Commissioners refusing to provide waiting room facilities for women at the local sta tion.-.- Furthear .1efforts are b?iink made through the Frankston ' and Hastings .Shire Council, Mr. A. J. Kirton,. M.L.A., and by local effort. The help of the Hastings branch of the C.W.A. is also being sought. The action of the railways authorities in removing the women's waiting room quarters from the Tyabb station has met with strong condemnation of district residents. The district railways repair gang has been busily engaged putting down new timber sleepers upon the permanent way at Tyabb station and goods yards. Repairs to the drainage system, and also to tlihe fences have already been .carried out. Residents generally...