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SEAFORD HAPPINESS HOUSE BALL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
SEAFORD SHAPPliNESS HOUSE BALL The Seaford branch of Hoadley's 3XY; Happiness House will hold its anniversary ball at Seaford Hall on Thursday, July 13. The branch has done commendable work for charity in the past 12 months, when over £60 has been raised. Elaborate preparations by the committee al ready ensure that the function will be one of the most successful balls of the year.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
h TBoai core Board SORRENTO 19.20 d. NAVAL DE-OT 4.6. : MORNINGTON 17.19 d. SEAFORD-CARRUM 11.8. HASTINGS-TYABB 20.18 d. FRANKSTON 8.18:. r B G RADE. : NAVAL. DEPOT. 13.14 d. BALNARRING ,7.1.::::,::i:r RED HILL 23.9 d. BAXTER 6.5. PEARCEDALE 11.10 d: DROMANA 9.17. ROSEBUD 13.18 d. FRANKSTON 6.18 PLAZA THEATRE FRANKSTOj Phone Frlinkston 407. Friday. and Saturday,' June 30 and July 1. We 'Warn You. You'll laugh- till it hurts at ti-is. Merrily- We Live .Sar ?1riConstance Bennett and Brian Aherne Billiiitly" Witty. Delightfully l Enjoyable. The Screen- Version of -Gene Stratton, orter's famous book. Michael O'Halloran Starring Wynne Gibson and Warren Hull A Donald Duck Color Cartoon and An Australian News Programme Suitable for General-Exhibition. Tuesday and Wednesday, July 4 and 5 A Powerful and- Appealing Drama :Angels With Dirty Faces Starring James Cagney, Pat O'Brien and the famous "Dead End" Kids (Not suitable,for general exhibition) Also an -Hilarious and -Entertaining 'Comedy ...
Football Notes HASTINGS-TYABB v. FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
Football Notes HASTIPJGS-TYABB v. FRANKSTON Frankston Suffer Their First Defeat. Hastings-Tyabb were at homer? to 1 rankston on Saturday last, and had the honor of being the_only team to defeat the strong combination of the visitors so far this season. Great in terest is always centered, with the meeting of these two teams an4 Sat urday was no - exception. The -teams comprised the follow ing: Hastings-Tyabb: P. Wilson (capt.) .L Mentiplay, (vice-capt.),IH; H.Victor, R;. Denham; G. Slocombe, V. Lothian, iR. Clarke C. Murray, R. .Hodgins, R. EYans, V. Warie, Ri Patterson, N. Nicholson, G.: Benton,. M. Car michael, T. Mirabella, GG. Woolley, E. Vear with R Houfe 19th man. ,Frankston: c. CHarry (capt.), T. Peters ((vice-capt.), H. McComb, R. Staff, I. Hay, H. Down, T. Yates, N. Suttn, W. Prendergast, B. Petrie, D. Avery, A. Scoble, T Adlerson, E. McComb, B. Gooda, F. Graham, .. Benson;, R. Alderson, 19th. man. The game was rather late in start ing owing. to the late arrival of the visit...
Sorrento Tomorrow Keen Struggls Anticipated [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
Sorrento Toimorrow Keen. Struggls Anticipated Sorrento `is' confident of emulating Hastings-Tyabb last week, to inflict Frankston's second defeat for the season at Frankston tomor rOW. Frankston's defeat make both Sor rento and Mornington only four points behind, and within striking distance of the red and blacks. .Sorrento overwhelmed Naval De pot last week by.17 goals and appear to be in winning vein. They' have the best following in Peninsula foot ball and a fine crowd should witness one of the best games of the season. Sorrento enthusiasts were' reported, to be offering long odds on their team's chances this week. Frankston, witlh a full 'team, are very confident, and will take a lot of stopping on the home ground.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
A Want-Ad. Costs If- for 14 Words See; Your Newsagent "'THE STANDARD" SWANT ADS. PHONE: FRANKSTON 6. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1939 - PAGE FIVE. VOTE FOR PRATT J. C. O'BRIEN GRAIN, PRODUCE, EGG' Public Market, Wella St., Frankston. PHONE:- Frankston 108. After Hours, Somerville 254. Laying Mash ....:..,. ....... ... 7/3 Shell Grit .... ......... .... 2/11 Wheat, F.A.Q.. " . ..... .. .. . 8/1 Super .. ............ .... ... .... 6/9 Bran, 6 bush. ........ ........ .. 6/3 Market Garden............ 12/9 Pollard, 7 bush .; . . ..7/8. Slaked Lime ..... ... ........ 2/10 Wheat Meal, 7 bush. .,..:.. 8/3 Blood and Bone ............ 11/ Ricemeal, 1121bs. :. . ..7/6 'Seed Potatoes, per cwt ........ 12/ Crushed Oats, 2.- bush .....: 9/. RcePollard ._ ;.. ". ... . 6/6 Straw, extra good ............ 2/6 Chaff, Green String ............ 6/3 Mixed Grain, 1501b. ..... .... . 10/3 Qhaff, Wheaten.. .... ....... 4/6 Best Roller Flour:.: : ... 19/6 Chaff, Cow ..... ... .. ......... 3/6 Mheggitts Meal ... ......1...
YOU CAN'T PASS—These VALUES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
YOU CAN'T PASS V1A LU ES «^ e..., . ..I ^ ~ ~ : . . _ .. ,_ - * - AT SMALLWOOD'S: Cycle electric lighting generator sets 16/6. AT OLSEN'S (Melbourne road): - Used, car , and truck bargains 'at Olsen's, General Motors Dealers, Frankston. Finiance- to purchase. : AT MARSHALL'S: Ladies',. gent's and children's': raincoats;, large. se lection. AT . ROBERTSON'S (55 Wells .Stj Comet semi-iacer; Valexice road ster, both bikes in good. order,: £1/ 15/ each, AT McDONALD'S: Colored cannis ters,. reduced ,to 2/11 .set of 4.? AT TIERNEY'S; Boys' pullovers, size 22 to 28, for a clearance, 1/ each AT BAY =COTTAGEi Large variety of best.. home made jams, .always in stock.? : AT. ROBERTSON'S: 199 D.K.? £10 deposit, 10/ weekly. AT JOHN.SON'S-'-(next Oates' Cafe): Lemon, trees (grafted) :7/6:-each:: AT-BEATTIE'S: -Single bed unbleach' t.ed. sheets, ":1/11 each. ;. ., ... AT A. EADIE'S:'" Men's wvool.; pull-. ';overs, smart designs 4/11. POT: Electric or treadle m £1 deposit and 3/ weekly. FOR all fur...
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
COMING EVENTS. 0 Tomorrow (Saturday): Auction, Aus tin's Market, 11 a.m.; R.S.S.LL.A. .:old time dance, Soldiers' Hall, 8 p.m.; Talkies, 'Plaza ':Theatre, 8 p.m.; .50/50 dance. Junior Hall, 8 p.m.:; 50/50 dance, Wattle Cafe, 8 Thursday ' (Jiily 13): Gala ball, aid Frankston . Football Club, Wattle, Palaid, waltzing comp., good prizes etc.. Billiingsley s ordhestrai 8 p.in' KRAZY. peoplei :Kray,,dances-' Krazy Ssupper, Krazy;':prizes, ;at .' the Old a . Students' Re-union, Saturday,; July 8.
BENTLEIGH POULTRY AUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
BENTLEIGH -POULTRY -AUCTION Wednesday, June 28: A very ex cellent yarding, all pens being taken up. Prices were 'firmer, even than last week and thoses. breeders who have poultry to market at this time of the year are reaping 'the benefit. Heavy White *hens made up to 8/ pair; heavy colored hens 9/1 to 10/1, prime drakelings 10/1 to 12/4, prime ducklings 6/1 . to 6/7, prime roosters to 712/4, chickens 6/10 to. 9/, White cockerels 5/ to /7, staggy cockerels to :9/10, stags 3/1 to 7/10, Whites and 'colored, Brown Leghorn cock erels 7/, pair, .baby ducklings 1/ each, pigeons 1/9 pair, breeding drakes 4/ to 7/10 each, breeding ducks 6/3 and 7/4 pair. Next regular sale Wednes, day. July 5, 2 p.m. Ring XU11I8, XU1182; or" private LX8784 any time for carrier, crates free. Cash any sale and: Thursday moriings, 10 to noon. Cheques posted every Satur day. Parnham's Poultry Yard, cor ner Centre and Jasper roads, Bent leigh. CdAs. J Parnham, auctioneer, specialist in poultry auctions and cleari...
SKATING INTERNATIONAL SKATING CO. MORNINGTON - HASTINGS - SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
SKATING -0 INTERNATIONAL SKATING CO. . MORNINGTqN' - HASTINGS - SORRENTO. Skating is becoming very popular on the Peninsula owing to the efforts of the above Co.,. who are catering for people who cannot reach the city 'rinks.. On'Tuesday, July 4, Hastings will have: skating in the Public Hall, after an absence of 20 years. A good'l night, is assured to all. Patrons are asked to note that at' all .their.rinks) free.tuition is given in' the evening, and .the' afternoon ses sions at 2.30. On Monday, July 3, a carnival .will be held at Mornington, entitled a Night ina Japan. Some thing different will; be. seen, includ ing an. exhibition of lskating by Mel bourne's: i leading n;exponents; also races, novelty'. events,r Monte" Carlos, hockey and plentr~ of surprises: Prizes will be. given for fancy dress on' or':'off, skates:. "'.he .manager, Mr Sinchlair, would like all. skating e'n thusiasts .to .form teams and enter them' in the Peninsula 'League, which' is being formed' this" week.'Ma...
AUSTRALIAN AIR LEAGUE Branch for Frankston. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
AUSTRALIAN AIR LEAGUE --0-~ Branch for Frankston. The forming of ?a branch of the Australian Air League in Frankston is arousing considerable interest as to the nature of this new. organisation. Although the league has only recently comq to Victoria, it has:been in exist ence in New- South Wales for nearly five years, where it has" approximately 10,000 members and enjoys the pat ronage of his Excellency the Gover uON'T freeze this Arctio weather. Good dry wood delivered from 12/ ton. H. Rogerson, Davey -st., Frank ston. Phone 341. nor-General, the State Premier (Mr Stevens), Commander Hixon, Sir Ernest Fisk and many. other notable citizens. The leagud has a complete organi sation for the training; of cadets in every branch of the theory and prac tlice of aviation, and has as its objec tive the fostering in- the young men and boys of Australia an interest in and capacity for aviation. Having created that interest, it anims to fur nish a training which) will be of ser vice not only to...
80 MILES PER HOUR SPEEDING MOTORIST FINED [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
80 MILKS PER HOURU SPEEDING MOTORIST FINED At the Fi.ankston 'Court. on Tues-, day, Kenieth iR. Burnside, medical practitioner, of St. Kilda road; Mel -bourne, :was fined £5. on, a, charge of having driven, a-:motor car. along Pt. -Nepean road, .between=. Fi-ankston and Carrum .on.May .27,, at a speed dangerous` to the public. Constable MacMaster of the riotor cycle .patrol 'told, the court that a spdrts car driven by 'Burnside pas sed 'the. police: car .just : north. of Frankston gat. about 11 p.m. on May 27° The" police car' wash turned f and pursued 'Burhside' who wias thlien abdlit' half a mile ahead: The police drove at from- 78 to 80 m.p:h. before he "was overtaken' four and a 'half miles further on .at Carrum. Burn side's speed was then 50 m.p.h. SDefendant, who pleaded not guilty, said on oath that he practised ..at. the Alfred Hospital. He had been to Dromana and had to return. to the hospital at 11.45 p.m. He estimated hlis, speed between Frankston r and Carrum at 55 m.p.h...
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Bid for Support. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Bid for Support. At the, last meeting of the commit tee of mninagement for the e Mecha nics':Institite -the secretary reported a,?alling" off in hall rents. eaoh-.-year siince 1935;' when the rents totalled £166. The report showed a reduction to £83.last year, and a further.falling off this year. :.. The committee decided that, now that it is free of debt andi the- shire council having helped it by. renovat ing the -building, 'it would reduce the FRANKSTON 3XY Combined. 'Bal for- Orthopaedic and Community Hospitals, on Thursday, August 10. rent for conceits and dancing 'from 25/- 'and 30/; respectively :to 15/-. This' will take effect at once, and will be.carried on for six months as'a'test to see if the public will appreciate the concession. '"A working bee by the. conmmitteeto_ straighten-?p Ehe library has 'been ar ranged, and it is hoped" to ha?Vog'all the "books b?aclc in) the slelves and catalogued, together with, over 100 new to subscribers, within the ne...
FRANKSTON DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' SPORT—FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
FRANKSTON DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' SPORT-FOOTBALL Inter-school contests commenced I on' Wednesday -with ' the annual match on the Frankston oval between I the local high'school and Dandenong. IA fair sprinkling of spectators at tended=and were delighted with" the hiigh ,standard" of play revealed by both teams.. F, rankston- commenced slowly ,?:and were"e 7 goals: behind -at halft timeL but recovered and 'dominatedi play in the second half; and- were distinct ly unfortunate to- be beaten; In the first' half, Dandenong played beautiful football in piling uip their FRANKSTON A.N.A. Ladies' :.Night, at Mechanics' Institute, Thursday, July 6. long 'lead` "ut-, after half- time found ýThe oppositioni too rugged and scored only one more goal for the remainder of- the game. Final scores: Dandenong, 11-8; Frankston 8-15. .Best for Franlkston was Houfe; who displayed remarkable .pertinac ity and determiliation. Nicholls at cenitre was, as usual, dashing and ef fective. Hill, a greatly impr...
SOMERVILLE MUSICAL HONORS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
SOMERVILLE MUSICAL 1HONORS. Miss Lilla Armstrong, A.L.C.M.," was successful in gaining the Licen itiate Diploma of the London College. of Music at tihe examination conduct ed this month :in Melbourne.. Miss' Armstrong is a pupil of Dorothea Overton,. D.M.S.V.', SPROPOSED" BAZAAR. A' .eeting-" Of: arenis :of Scouts, Guides and -Brownies decided to hold a bazaar' on August 18 to assist scout funds. In addition to the us ual' stalls there vwill be a. stall con-. ducted by Scouts. The Brownies will run a fishpond and afternoon tea W ill be available. FOOTBALL SOCIAL CLUB The crazy whist afternoon :: .last week was a success in spite of veri unfavorable weather. -The club. pro' poses to hold another crazy whist party on the afternoon of' Wednesr day, July 5: SILVER CUPS. Two silver cups have. been ' donat-, ed to the :'club to be pregented to the, Winniers of aiarPiana Waltz competi tion at' the di-nce on 'Thursday, July 6, which is being run by the club. The win-ners will be decided by ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
PROFESSIONAL i-,,c..e _.Frankstonf. Box 25 Frankaton W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. S 588. BAY STREET, FRANKSTON House, Land and Insurance Agent. Furnished and Unfurniashed Rents Carefully Collected. Houses To'et E.W OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE 'MtU3700. SIFormerly employed by William S. Cook and McCallum).: Attends Frankston Wednesday af ternoons, 2.30 to 5, and "may be con sulted: at the office of Mr W. J. Mc Lean; Estate Agent, Bay Street. Private Address: Park Road; Chel tenham. ROBERT C. TAYLOR, .LL.B. SOLICITOR Residence: Oliver's Hill, Frankston. Phone 455. Office: Mason's Buildings, Attends Mornington last Friday in Month,: Somerville : and, Hastings. SHastings *Court Days,. Cranbourne, Council Days. Trust Moneys to Lend:?. " WILLIAM S. COOK & MCCALLUM SOLICITORS -Temple Court (5th Floor) No. 422 COLLINS ST.,MELBOURNE. - Attendances: - DROMANA: 1st Wednesday in month FRANKSTON: Every Tuesday morn ing and on Saturday...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
IN MEMORIAM HINDS--In loving remembrance of our beloved son, John (Jack); who passed, to a higher life June '29, 1929. - . . . Dearer -to us than words can tell, Was the boy we lost anrd loved so well. We do not forget him and never intend. We think of him daily and will to the' end. -Inserted by his loving parents, sis ters and brothers. -
CHURCH OF CHRIST. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 30 June 1939
-CHURCH OF? CHRIST.; During thei month -of July special services have ,been arranged. ; There will be special visiting speakers at'the morning -:-services, this 'Sunday's speaker being Mr I;H. A. Hunt, 'of the Chelsea..Church .of Christ. Mr Amos will: speak .,at .the, evening service at= 7 o'clock on tothe sabJect;, God's Tdilor rows. All visitors will be' made wel come.