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General Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Greneral Notem The Mornington Peninsula Football Association will resume the great na tional winter game to-morrow. If the weather be fine, the attendances are sure to be large. The matches are as follows : Frankiston v Mornington Hastings v Carrum n Dromana v Naval Base Somerville have the bye. League umpires will manage the games. The Second Association matches to morrow will be as follows : Langwarrin v Hastings Mooroadue v Mornington Somerville v Frankston Tyabb have the bye.' A good game should result at Somerville. Umpires will be, in above order; J. J. Connell, F. Mills and H:' Coxhell. Last Saturday's various matches resulted as follows : Frankston II beat Moorooduc Tyabb beat Mornington 11 Hastings II beat Somervillo II Carrum boat Chelsea Naval Base beat Somerville * * * * Clarrie Hall, the little Richmond rover, gives Mr J. A. Cameron a place amongst the best followers of recent years in the League. With "Joker," he considers Bernie Herb ert, Hughie James, Dave Moffatt, L...
Constance Talmadge [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Constance Talmadge Constance Talmadge is at the very pinnacle of popularity as a picture artist, and the picture theatres are always crowded out when she's shbow ing. This is no idle statement, but a fact, and local enthusiasts - should not fall to see "Two Weeks" and" those eyes of Connie's at work among the three bachelors to-morrow night. "Two Weeks" makes the fifth of the Delightful One's pictures screened at the Frankston Pictures since their inception. "The Lessonl" and "A Temperamental 'Wife" were :`good, and "A Virtuous Vamp" end ''Veiled Adventure" were better, but . "Two Weeks" puts 'em all in the shade.
Mr Vicars Interviewed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Mr Vicars Interviewed When asked whether he would comment on the above, Mr Vicars made the following statement : - "I would just like to state that had the lady stsck to the trith aiid not tried to , vilify me in the eyes'of my comrades b~; m'aking misleading statements to. some of them, no douilbt':*ith thle object of caiusing a split in our branch, she would ngt have received the censure and pibli city which she did get. Mrs Burton states that on passing my place at 5 p.m on' Anzac Day it was .'open and doing busin'ess and that. The Fernery was closed.. She thought to mislead them into believing. that I had been open all day and The Fer nery clbsed, which is. not ~orrect. I did re open at five or slightly.la ter; and was quite within bounds in doing so. For Mrs Burton's special edification, : would also say thait I did, not, sign any agreement to close on Anzac Day, as I. consider it the dutyjof everylnoyal citizen' to perpet unte the memory and to honor our fallen comrades. Mrs B...
Mary Miles Minter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Mary. Miles Minter Mary Miles Minter will share'the limelight with' Constance Talmadge to-morrow night. • "Wives and Other Wives" is a'comedy drama of cdm plications which " would make a hun-' gry oat smile.': Ii4this picture, two wives flght'over their hubbles. ' Eacli imagines that the other is trying to steal her hubby, but, as a matter of fect,- neither of them were guilty. "Wives and Other Wives" is one of the beet comedies of recent times and should attract a large audience to morrow night.
"The Golden Girl" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
"The Golden Girl" ''The Golden Girl,"-as Mary Miles Minter is called in" America, has ap-?l pesred here two or three times previ ously, but, like the Talmadge girls, she is always welcome. Mary's real name is Juliet, and her greatest am bition Is to play In "Romeo and Ju liet." Despite her happy smiles, she dislikes comedy, and wants to play in the photoplays of the feature type. Hazel Simpson Naylor, writing in the "Motion Picture Magazine;" says Mary Miles Minter has no false vani ty ; neither: is she the' type of girl who goes around with a powder puff In her her hand; for she is too vivid, too colorful, and too full of life to be restristad In'any way.'
LAST SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
LAST SATURDAY'S PRO -'.or GRAMME. .. . There was anoiither good'programme presented last Satuiday, night. Mar gqerita Fislier's comedy in 'Charge it;: t" MeI " was delightful, but the story; of'eoohrs;e was quite impoosible. The stbry of the Solitn Seas, as de: picted in "The Idol Dancer, ". was really great, the story being realistio in its setting, and woven into some very- picturesque scenes of 'the sun=n kist isles. As the beachcomber whose liking. for gin was notorious, Riohard Barthelmass gave some fine character interpretations, whilst Clarine Sey more proved a very beautiful Eve of the islands. Creighton Hale was alse good, but he snuffed it just when I was beginning to like him.
Cr Wells Gives Explanation To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Cr Wells Gives Explanation To the-Editor. Sir, - I notice in your last issue whet're Crs Oates and Wells (the latter being 'inyself) werea.riticised by the Soldier?i' Leagoe' for alleged lctk of sympathy with returned soldiers at a council meeting. May Ihave space to makie the matter clear I Firstly, the President (MrVicars) stated that Cr Wells moved that the Honor Avenue be left in charge of the Caretakernof Parks and Gardens, which was not correct. I suggested that the Honor Avenue be placed in charge of the Caretaker of Parks and Gardens at a salary of £5 or £6 per annum. My reason was the disgraceful state of the qvenue. I had already spoken about it. four different oc-aslons in a little over 12 months, but little or nothing had been done to improve things.. After suggesting the best tnethod and the cheapest I could think of to keep this neglected plicde in order, Cr Oatke said tome "Put it in Harry's charge" meaning the foreman, who is the fa ther of a deceased soldier and a r...
Soldiers' League Active Some Replies to Statements and Charges Made Rev. McFarlane Replies To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Soldiers' League Active Some Replies to Statements and Charges Made Rev. McFarlane Replies To the Editor. Sir,-I very much dislike controv ersy in the Press. But, I feel that I ought to reply," if you will allow me space in your columns, to statements concerning mys-lf, made by the Sol diers' League, and reported in your last iseue. The first statement is that I received an 'nvitation from the Frankston Branch of the Returned Soldiers' League to take part in their United Service on Anzao Day in Frankston this year and that I did not reply to it. I did NOT'receive such an invitation and therefore, of course, could not reply to it. In case I might be accused of quibbliig, I may state that I received an invita tion to attend a meeting on April 18 "in connection with Anzac Day ser vices." I promised to be present, but I was unable to attend. The cause of my absence was explained to the mee ting by a gentleman who was present. I have not seen the apology for my absence mentioned in "The ...
The Shire Engineer The Services of Mr A. K. T. Sambell Retained [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
The Shire Engineer The Services of Mr A. K. T. Sameinl Retained K T, Cr Murray, in moving that ,a reel dent engineer be appointed said he was actuated by a desire to see the shire in a better position. He thought better results would be ob tained by having a perimanent man. He found that last yeai:the Engineer's salary from the shire was £474 17s 3d. This included £220 received as com mission on the quarry works, but he reckoned it all in as salary. " The President, _(Cr1 Mason)--You fdrced the quarry business on the Engineer. Mr Sanbell-I said I did not want it. Cr M'.rray-Would not a perma nent engineer have done the work. President-No. Cr Murray said the tbtal liability for salaries including the secretary was £1200. le asked if a permanent engineer would not do the C.R.B. work free of commission. _ Mr Sambell-No, the Act would not permit it. Cr 'Murray said he had no idea that the council was allowing C per cent on C.R.B. work, beingS per cent to the Engineer and 1 per cent to t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
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Our Hastings Letter Concert in aid of the Church of England [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Our Hastings Letter J Concert in aid of the Church of England A very successful concert was held in the Hastings Town Hall on Tues day, May 3rd, in aid of the Church of England, when the audience was very large and appreciative. The principal artist was Mr J. A. Nairn, A.L.C.M. of Somerville. In the first part, he recited "In the Springtime" and "*A Young Man's Fancy," and, in the: seconzd part, "The Children's Party" and a pjaridy on Lasca, which were twice encored. His violin solos, "Trovatore" and Lemare's "Andant ing, "with "Traumerel" as an encore wereocharmingly rendered and loudly applauded. Miss Doris Unthank was in good voice, and rendered "The Call of the Maytime" and "I Passed by Your Window" with much charm, whilst in the second part, she gave "Salaam" and "The Call of the Woods" very sweetly. In company with Miss D. Young, who also sing with charm and sweetness, Miss Un. thank:' lso gave two duiete.; _Ir.P;. Mair sang '"The Admiral's Broom," which'deseerved the applause...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
WB AY ESTATE AGENCY' MR. J. M. MACMASTER has opened an Agency at Franketon, and will be pleased to receive particulars of Seaside, Orch ard, and FarmingoProporties, for which he has buyers. Mr. Mac master has long been in constant communication with leading cen tree in N.S.W. and Queensland, and has special facilities for plac ing properties near the seaboard under the notlie of resid'ent in the hotter districte, many' of whom desire a obhange or are obliged to make it for. health reasons. 'telephone 88.. Opposite the i?iwagorationl Private Addmee-= Blmoral HIfoce Melborne Roai, rankatoe. IMrs M. R. eane, General Storekeeper, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT Ccrner Bay and Plyne Street FRANKSTON. Box 1 Trial Solicited Phoie 34 You Can Always Rely ON GETTING THE IEaT OF . Clothing, Drapeiy, boots and Shoes --t the VERY LOWEST 'PRIt1OS from Drrper, News Agent, etc..: BAY STREET FRANKSTON THE "Gum Leaf Tea kes Tea Rooms, Under New Management Frankston House Buildings BAY STREET, FRANKSTO...
STATE RIVERS AND WATER SUPPLY COMMISSION. By-law No. 1027.—Frankston Urban District Within the Dandenong Waterworks District. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
STATE RIVERS AND WATER SUPPLY COMMISSION. By-law No. 1027.-Frankston Urban District. Within the Dandenong Waterworks District. The State Rivers and. Water Sup ly Cio ,nitission, in pursuance and in sercise of thlle powers conferred by the \Vatcr Acts, doth hereby ilalke the ]Ily-law following for th Franlk .o Urban District withlio n the Dan "l .non \V-aterworks District:- . :\all previous By-laws attnd Reg l:ttios relating to tile subjcct-mat tIr hrein shall be and tile same ,rc hereby revoked, but inot so as to relieve, discharge, or absrolve any per ont frol liability .to pay any rate or charge made in accordiance with the iroisisons of tile revoked By-laws or RtcgulationTs for payment of which rate or charge such person iiay have srcole liable prior to or at tile date ,, this By-law coming into opera lioln: or to abrogate or to. diminish tile power of the said Commission to recover and enforce pnaylmet of it V such rate or charge: or to annul or stay any proceedings taken or )si...
The Standard. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
litr 5taLnb aU .. FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1921. Local and General News. We have been compelled to hold over several matters of public interest until next issue. A successful soldiers' race meeting was held at Mornington yesterday. Reference to same will be made more fully next issne. For Children's Hacking Cough Use Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Next week Mr P. Wheeler leaves on a business trip to - Fiji, He will be absent from Frankston for about a month. The mother of Mr 0. Paxman. of Franketon, died at Port Melbourne on Monday last. Mr Arthur Wilcox paid a flyuig visit to Frankston this week, and was present at the Soldiers' Memorial race meeting yesterday. Mrs Wells, mother of Councillor Wells, an old resident of the district, had a narrow escape from a serious accident on Wednesday last. The pony she was driving became on managable, and dashed into the timber alongside the road. Mr Gao. Upton, who was passing, came to the rescue, and ultimately succeeded in quietening the pony. Fortunat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Estafblished 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON, (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Iron mongers 1'layne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash All The Cotts to Rus. MAGNETO BLDW LAMP IHBRBr can s get farm power at so lo a cost P RE Lalourers demand high .edges. other engiees cost wp to NINE SHILLINGS and THREEPbNCE per day to run. The " IMPERIAL " ONLY cOSTS 2/. PER EIGHT HOURS W'ORK. The "Imperial" will drive Separator, Milking Machine, Chaffcutter. Irrigation Plant,. Shearing Machines, and do other farm jobs. It is re liable, easy to starrt, has no intricate parts, cost less than moal engi ms, and is sold 'Morey Back If Not Satisfied." Go Fret Booklet and PrFe IMPERIAL ENGINE WORKS C 4 .:PICTURES: Frankston Pictur.:s Company Limited Saturday, _"lay 14th, 1921 MARY MILE- 1MINTER in Wives and Ot=ier Wives CONSTANCE TALMADGE in TWO WEEKS SThe State Savings Bank of Victoria. Guaranteed by the Government of Vic toria.) Branches ofthe State Savings Bank are...
Somerville [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Somerville In the report of the State school Anzac memorial, in your issue of 29th ult., it was-stated that the event was carried out by the school com mittee. This, I have learnt, is in correct. While the committee had some official control of the function, the details connected with it were carried out by the head teacher and his staff, Misses Cole and Gunn. Great credit.is due to each for the snucess achieved on the occasion. The building trade is somewhat brisk here. Two large villas are being erected in the town for Messrs Arthur Thornell and Bert Gomm re spectively. Mr H. H. Hawken is having additions made to his real denoe, while the re modelling of Mr Westaway's residence is nearing completion. Mr 3J. E. Shelton, who is leaving the distriot,\was on Monday evenina last presented with a well bound hymn book, in recognition of his services in connection with the Methodist Sunday (school and choir. Rev. C. Angwin made the presenta tion on behalf of the members, wish ing Mr Shelt...