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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

YE OLD ENGLISH Crumpets OBTAINABLE .TAT.. A. T. WALTERS BAY STREET BAKERY READ 01m103 & EDO'T. OPEN FOR ALL OCiLASE OF General Banking. Business in the Prlniolpl Ciltes and Tomns of Australia and Rabiul (Nowaritain); Lodo.( Savings Bank Department t oil ranohs.e and arlngp ?onk Ag.noe m at 2302 Polt Omflo through out Austrsll, aod at Papua, New ur itln, Solomon, and dther IslandS of the PaciNc. 81?, Interet on Deposits up to £1,000. 3% Intorest on Amounts over £1,000 ,ip to £1,300. JAMS; KELL. Sir DENION ,MILLER, K.O.in.O.er " ' - .?poty Governor July let 1920 Governor iMEAT This Is the Man You-Want, to - Meet ..if You Want Good Meat John Shaw , :BUTCH ER . SOMERVILLE Side$ If tiMuto . 7' ' d Topsidetand Shoulder .... . 10d I{iiidqnaiate;s M'tton',;.;''. 8~ d Stewing Stehk and, Sa usges,:, 8d r"Legs of Vutton . . . d Sliis of Beef,.. . . Sd :Loins : . d and ,d Set -. ' . 8d •Chop's' .CdA I'cr 5beatrbIled)`. lOd ofetq . 7d fe,, * ; 2 p. .7d orn Beef with on Sd .Roast eef , 1 ...

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The late Mrs James Millard [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

he late Mrs James Millard The death of .Mrs Martha Millard, wife of Mr James Millard, occurred at her residence, Wells Street, Frank ston, on Sunday night Inst. The late AMrs ,Millard ied been ill for some considerable thuo-the last five weeks being ;spent; in a cohtinuoal state of collapse-? d iear demise was not al-, together'ungppec'ed. -Although she hbac lingered.for -x long time; the end was peacefuil:' The deceaseddy was a Tasmanian by h(birth,; sad was.73 years of age.' Thedaughter.of the late.Joseph Chud ey Codell, one of the early pilots of Port Phillip Bay who had been trans ferred from the -Tasmanian Pilot Ser vice, she came to Frankston with her sister, the late Mrs J. Thompson, when only eightyears of age, and had lived here ever since-more than 65 years. Thus, she, with her husbard, watched Frankston grow from the little olden time sleepy hollow to its present commanding position and status-the outlet to Melbourne's expanding populationi. Mr and Mrs Millard were marrie...

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The Tragedy at Hastings [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

The Tragedy at Hastings The circumstances of the death of Charles Clifton .Wolsh, of Mlalvern Road. Toorak, wbodled from injuries sustained 'in a motor accident near Hastings on March 24th, were investi. gated at the Melbourne Morgue on Wednesday last. Kenneth McKenzie Austin, 'student at Trinity College, stated that he and Welsh were motoring to Flinders for the Easter holidays. They had pro oeeded about two miles from Toorak, when witness's machine skidded and struck the road. Although the handle bar was broken. - he rode the cycle sawly to Franketon. The bicyclo.was left there, and he mounted behind Welsh and continued the journey. They had just' passed Hastings, at 7.30 p.m, when they collided with a car.; They were travelling at 30 odd imiles'an hour, but had no lights. Evidence was given by Aage Han sen.(chara-bana owiler), William'H. Gomm (orchardist), Constable Stakl bury'and Edward Algernon Leveokie. The ;latter said he was driving a car from Flinders . to -Melbourne, at 25...

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VERY PARTICULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

VERY PARTICULAR. oA ashtonably-dressed lady sailed in to a Sauchiehall street warehouse the other day, and requested to be shown-. some fannelette. The shopman; on ly too pleased, laid out piles of the material for her inspection, but 'he was appparently, very dicul§ to.please. "I am Jrs. So-and-So;' she said. Thd shopman bowed and smiled. "You'll. know my husband." The shopman smailed again, and said he really had no, tlhe honor. "Well, he's Captain So-und-So, of the steamship -; he's been promoted recently, you know, and f well, you know, he's got a very large salary now; andl, you know, we nave taken a very large house, a very larga house in the west end--l Blank Car dens, that's the address. 'It's all been done up, you know, in. all the very let eat styles, you understand." The shopman bows and smiles--that pecu liar hopmanu's smile. "And, vou know, I want a special kind of flannelette, you know. It's for the' children's: night dresses, you understand.:' The shopman bowed, and t...

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A FATHER'S SURPRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

L FATHER'S BURPRIS., A boy wao once made the happy ower of a pocket knife. When a hboy has a knife it must out, and this knife kept up its share of ohips, - But the boy hada head as well s a knife. With the strong steel blade he was ever fash ioning something for a purpose. He never made the shavings fly merely to make the stick smeller or timeloss. While he was carving the wood he was carrying out an idea. And when you see a boy do this, look out for a big man in a few years. One day this boy presented his father with a-model of a machine which had oomo from under his poclket knife. The fatior glanced at it for a moment. He was not able to take in the design, and lie waited for no explaantion. He saw at once the whittling had been immense, and time had been wasted by the boy. - This en raged him as he was.a severoly practic oat man, and could see no use in such trifling employment. 1He snatched the pretly machine from the boy's hand and threw it upon the ground, stamp. ieg It to pi...

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Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

Shire Council The ordinary monthly meeting of the council of the shire of Frankston and Hastings was held at Somerville on Th(irsday, 5th inst. Present. Cr W. P. Mason (presi dent) and Crs Oates, Wells, Murray, Longmuir, Griffeth, Unthank. Jones. Alden, Latham, Armstrong and Howell. Standing Orders. Cr C. Jones raised his usual pro test,when Cr Griffeth, at the outset of the meeting, proposed the sus pension of standing orders in order to'receive deputations. Cr Jones said he considered that deputations wasted the time of the council, and interfered unduiy with the transaction of business. Cr Griffeth said the matter was an important one, and he was per mitted to introduce M-ssrs White and Morrison, who urged that some thing should be done immediately to improve the Bramossa Road. The council decided to afford temporary relief pending the com pletion of the contract. Mr B. Dungey was next introduced by Cr Armstrong, and outlined a proposal whereby French Island might, be joinad to t...

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The Standard. FRIDAY, MAY 6,1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

St. Starnbatb. FRIDAY, MAY 6,1921. Local and : ragil New. For idauenza colds, take Wools Great Peppermint Cure Mr and Mrs J. M. Rivett, of Bax ter, have had the misfortune to lose their youngest child from pneumonia. We. omitted to state in our last issue that the State School children formed part of the Anzac procession. By direction of the Committee, Mr J. D. Jenninge has selected a very nioe strong name-plate for. the trees in the Frankaton Honor Avenue. It is of brass, Sin by 1l0?, and 14 gauge. The engraving of the names is now in progress.. 1Mir David Watkin, M.P., was amongst the visitors to Frankaton on Saturday night, He represents New castle in the House of Representatives, and was very much pleased with the Frankston district. - Mr A. H. Gregory, of F?ankston, met with a motor. accident on Tues day last. One.of the. wheels ;of the car in which Mr Gregory was travel ling camie off, iand although hea re ceived a severe shaking he is now able to be about. Mr O. Olsen, who re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

'' 'len Study1Jou 7ee. - ?'A study of your trees after spraying with Gargoyle Spraying Oil will show that they have been invigorated, because Gargoyle Spraying Oil, in addition to destroying insects, softens the bark, giving full play- to the sap stream. It thus acts as a tree tonic, rejuvenhtes the tree, and enables it to bear clean, healthy fruit. Gargoyle Spraying Oil is a sure destroyer of Aphis, Scale, Red Spider and other sucking insects. Write us for free booklet,"The Care of Your Orchard," which gives full instructions for use. If your local supplier has no stock of Gargoyle Spraying Oil write direct to us. It's made in Australia.-Look for the Red Gargoyle.' Spraying Oil Vacuum Oil Company t Pty. Ltd. UsA S BlA ESTATE'` AGENCY .rR. J. M. MACMASTER has opened an Agency at Frankaton, LVJL and wtil be pleased toroceivo particulars of Seaside, Orch erd, and Farming Properties, for which he has buyers. Mr. Mao master hlas long booenin coanstant comislunieation with leading gen tr...

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MY SUPREME MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

MY SUPREME MOMENT, By Ashley Sterne. "Never the time and the place and Ihe loved one all together!" -sang Lirownong, in one of those exqulsite lineclyrics which most of us read, a few of us learn and none of us ever thoroughly digests. And it' cannot be denied that the poet Is ninety per cent right, and the remainder, the custom ary ten per cent.- allowed on a poet. Ic;ll lcence.,, Take a case in point. 'rhle hour Is midnight, and we hre for tunate enough to aed the dimly-lit con. servalory untenanted; but the' loved one, more often than not, is probably consuming- large masses. or rainbow. hued Ice-cream in the: supper room with- her last partner. Or. when we nave secured the loved one, with her craving for cee.cream temporarily satiated, and the dimly-lit conserva tory all to ourselves, she remembers that the hired vehicle which is to bear her away has already been wait ing twenty minutes, and it she does not leave Immediately she will not be home till after twelve-when' the charg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

Eistablihed 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Iron mongers Playne Street, Frankston - Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms. Cash PICTURES: Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, May 7th; 1921 Creighton Hale and Clarine Seymour in t ,e sensation THE IDOL DANCER Margarita Fisher in Charge It to Me. You Must See It Also Comedies, Gazettes, &c Do You .Know-? THAT New Six Cylinder BUICK CARS are For Hire at McKin non's Royal Automobile Club House, Frankston. Day and Night Service. Phone 14. -Shire of Frankston and Hastings THE Shire Secretary will attend at the following places for collect i.'n of Rates and other Moneys till further notice: FRANKSTON-Mechanics' Hall, every Wednesday, 10 to 12 noon and 1.30 to 4 p.ým. First Wednesday in month and holidays excepted. SOMERVILLE-Thorsdays, 10.15 to 11.45 a.m. HASTINGS--Tuesdays, .11 a.m to 4 p.m. JOHN E. JONES, c h Shire Secretary . Tenders 4NTED, for olearing BLOCKS 2 to 20 acres, p...

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The Mornington Races To Benefit Mornington and Frankston Memorials [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

Th e Mo- Moingtnton To Benefit Mornington and Frankston Memorials II . . . _ . . . . .. -. ` On Thursday next the 1Morningtou Racing Club will hold a race meeting at thej]Mornington racecourse in aid of-the Mornington and Frankstou Soldiers' *Memorial Funds, tickets for which may be obtained locally from Mlr H. Vicars or at Mrs Wood's shop. The entries are :- Novice Handicap, £15, 5 furlongs - Field Bower, Good News, Gay Lady, Palais Dancer, Dame Alice, Valise, Alrmount, Thucydides, Reeta, Wild Orange, Bonitor, Orange Queen, Pu too, :Fraugar, Kla Aurato, Distiller, Silent Lee, Perth Belle, Caiutual, Maratina, eudilena, Three Blues, Lady Kath, Gambler's Shift, Alvedo", and Beersheba. 14.0 Pony Race,' £15, .4 furlongs - Pretty liv ll, Lady Dominate, unaster Larry: Rightdale. Llttlo ,Wallhce. Lima. Firobost,. C'arry On, Lady Cy reno and MerAr Kiung.' dlemoliialHandicap, ,"8 flgY- I Aui'berise,' ?usat Roea, Vaamp, Thalh eoctet; '1 aichi :d, Rhibadil, Hana Andereado Liberty Lo?nn Mar can...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

.DEATHS MILLARD-On the let May, at her residence, Wells Street, Franketon, Martha, the beloved wife of James Millard, aged 73 years. A resident of the district 65 years. CHUGG--On the 3rd May, at Frzanketon, Margaret (Maggie), be loved wife of Richard Chugg and mo ther of little Ellen ; the only loving daughter of Joseph and Ada Allen, loved sister of Percy. Reg, Val, Wal tar, and Arthur (Merbein) ; and lov ing niece of Mr and Mrs Hopkins, of Canterbury ; aged 36 years,

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Soldiers' League Active Echoes of the Anzac Day Services [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

Soldiers League Active Echoes of the Anzac Day Services * A special ceeting of the Frankston Branch of the Re turned Soldiers' League was held at the Club-house, Thompson street, on T ueday laist. There was.a. epresentative attendance, and "the President (Lieuit. 1. \Vicars) presid"cd. - A repqort was made C in refer nlce to the Anzac Day service at thel Honor A-ienuc,and a:vote- of thanks. vas .iiassed. ,to. 'Major Conder, O.B.F:v Mr.' ;Mitchell, Mrs.'- Gertrude ::Dodd,, anid ? ill others who b\, their sympathy and ,support helped to make the event successful. In reply to a question, the ;Secretary (Mr.:D: Dodd) stated that' invitationis to take. part ini tlihe iunited, service were issued to the 'Presbyterian, Anglican, Methodist,, Catholic and. Salva-_ tion ,Aridy :deitoninations alike.. The purpose was to :malke it ,, united service, free" from sect. The Presbyterian andl Methodi?t clergymen_ and( the Salvation Army sister..answered with their presence; the Church of England and...

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Our Somerville Letter Somerville School Wins A.N.A. Garden Prize [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

Our Somerville Letter Somerville School Wins A.N.A Garden Prize The Education Department has notitled Mr Uren, Head Teacher of the Somerville School that the A.N.A.. Prize - for the best kept school garden in this Inspectorate, a district extending from Sorrento to South Melbourne, has been awar ded to the Somerville School. This is the flrst.occassion in which Somer ville has obtained this coveted dis tinction. Considering the large number of schools possessing fine gardens' in this district, it is very creditable to all concerned in the. school, that they have received this honour. The keen interest taken by. the children in their school grounds ie frequently commented on. The garden is beautifully laid.out and at all times present a pleasing appear ance to the passer by. During the four.spring moiths it was indeed a "thing of beauty,"' Its large cir cular rose bed, sloping downwiards from : a' centre 'crowned with .the beautiful' full.: standard-- Paul's Scarlet rose, which, in, ...

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Valedictory at Tyabb [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

Valedictory at Tyabb .The congregation of All Saints' Church,: yabb, said; good-bye * to *Rev..M; .N~ .Coates-. on: ;Friday, 22nd 'April, in -the Tyabb. MHll,, 'anii, presented him withli. £10/10 froil his frienids in?Tya'bb. Sece ral-.vocal..and. instrimental 'items ieCre: 'giveCi.n,;At' the *.C6nclusioni of .thc programme Capatin ,\~l ood house. handed the. "Principal forf the. "Brotherhood 'of?.*St."; :Pau (Rev. F; E. abbs) £IO/10/ to-be givcen to'Mr.; Coates. -:The Principal outlined sotiei of the sacrifices maire by. tlie Rev. Mr. Coates, aid said he gfelt sui-ree i. Coatcs 'cfelt ml.ore ;thaii "'coiiperi ,atec.y byl ; tlti. progress'. of lthc: workl. ?l'hc Principal 'atded that .lie owed .Mr.ICoates .an'tebta for a ne?;- igli'tto -im.onth Ouri Lord's character. ,ii. ,I.i I b e , 1el tI' a religton.-, of :, many. man-made rules of the ,"not dancing,- no smoking, -no theiat e re-going 'S type, .whiclh ;was.-pr.actically- a showy religion.,; --There <wias:; always in s...

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A Little Boy's Sad Fate Shot Dead at Carrum. Man Charged with Murder [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

A Little Boy's Sad Fate Shot Dead at Carrum. Man Charged with Murder An extraordinary shooting tragedy took place on Sunday, last, the victim being a little boy, Don Marcel Kirk- ham, aged.five years. At the time we write, there is not much informa- tion availabile, beyond the fact that Clement George Eyles, aged 22 years, has been arrested on a charge of will- ful murder. It, appears that, Eyies, who is a farm laborer, and John Ger vasoni had been batching at Thomp- son Street, Carrum, and Mr Kirkham and his little boy came to visit them. Eyles had been cleaning a room at the house; and placed a gun on the verandah. Kirkham and Gervasoni had been conversing at the back of the house, when they heard the report of a gunshot, and rushing to the ver- andah, the yfound that the little fel- low had been shot through the eye, and killed instantly. It was thought to be accidental, but Detective Ethell went to Carrum on Wednsday, and, after making inquiries, he arrested   Eyles...

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Wedding at Peaacedale Mr Roberts to Miss Pearce [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 6 May 1921

Wedding at Peaacedale Mr Roberts to Miss Pearce I U On the 9th March a very pretty wedding was celebrated "in the local hall at Pearcedale, the contracting parties being Mr T.C. Roberts, of Hopetoun, and Miss R. Pearce, of Pearcedale. The knot was tied by the Rev A, C. F. Gates, Church of Eug land clergyman, Somerville. The bride, who was given away by her brother, was attired in a beautiful dress of ivory crepe-de-chine and customery wreath and veil. The bridesmaids (Miss Bessie Pearce and Miss Agnes Roberts) were becomingly robed in dresses of net over pink satin, with black picture hat and em broidered voile, with pink satin] and white tuille hat. The bride' carried a beautiful bouquet of.white daisies, -dalhias and maiden hair fern, whilst the bridesmaids carried bouquets. of pink belladonna lillies and asparagus fern. The breakfast, which was served at the residence of the bride's mother, was partaken of by the rela tives and a few very old friends of the young couple. The usua...

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Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921

Repatriatioq Notes " Returned Soldiers are 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 sbtained :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, S.Sherlock, W. P. Mason, T. J. McMurtrie, are, E. Barrett. Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy suitable for returned men. Persons having Businesses or Property, &o., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earn estly invited to communi s particuo lars to the Committee. E. BARRETT, H on. Sec, Repatriation Franksatn.

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The Shire Council Monthly Meeting Held at Somerville [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921

Monthly Meeting Held at. Somerville The ordinary monthly meeting of the council of the shire of k'raukston and Hastings was held at Somerville on Thursday, 5th inst. Present- Cr W. P. ulason (presi dent) and Crs Oates, Wells, Murray, Longmuir, Griffeth, Unthank. Jones. Alden, Latham, Armstrong and Howell. CORRESPONDENCE. Board of Lands and Works agreeing to an increaseof 9d. per cubic .yard - in connection .with metal to be delivered by Council under the contract for supply of metal for Bittern--Red Hill: Rail vay.---The -president said '-this represented. an increase of £450. A. E. Dungey on behalf i of other property owners enquiring as to the general conditions -un der which the council is-prepared to include the Parish of French' Island in the Shire of Frankston and Hastings, stating .that a sug gestion has beent sent to the Minister by .the Country Roads' Board that a- short adf be passed incorporating this parish'with the Frankston and -Hastings Shire 'or alternatively to seve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921

LUMMBER and all HOUSE REPAIRS H. B. LEGGE, Yuilie Street, Franlkton (24 Year's City Experience) Water Services Connected-Gae-Sewerage-Electric Bells Installed. STATE SAYINGS BANK OF VICTORIA The Farmers' Bank I! Credit Foncier Loans on , Special Terms to Re Farm Properties. turned Soldiers, Dependents, Red Cross& Two-Thirds of "valuation Transport Workers L2000at 6 per cent Thrce-Fourths of Valuation up to..2000, aat 5 per cent. Repayable over 27) years.. Repayable over 304 years £3 15/- half '.yearly for ' £1/15/- quarterly for each each £100 . £Ioo. Application Forms at any State Savings Bank . or by writing to Inspector-General. Head Office, State Savings Bank, GEO. E. EMERY Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. Inspector-General. 1 f The Store for Value is the Store for You S' There's a big satisfaction in knowing that oar ;Store enjoys the confidence of our customers: 'They know that whatever they buy from us is honest value-wemniake this.the policy of our business and will cont...

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