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FRANKSTON COUNCIL SHORTS FROM FRIDAY'S MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
FRANKSTON COUNCIL SHORTS FROM, FRIDAY,'S MEETING : Present: Crs. Carpenter :(piesi dent), Alden; ,Sutherland, Webb; Firth, Mair, Pratt, yowler Wells, Grice, -Tomasetti, leardon, Coates and Klauer. Seaford industrial .Area.:' '" Mir.- L:eggatt, .IVM.L.A., advised that the Council's request for the reservation U?by the Government of 100 ,acres :at Seaford, as a light industrial area, will be taken-by the Minister, of Decentralisation, "Save tole Forests' Campaign. , SThe Shire. president was ap poinited to represent the Council at the half yearly- meeting of the Campaign Council in Melbourne, Annual Municipal Conference. Cr. Carpenter (Shire president) was appointed Council represen tative to the Municipal Confer ence, to be: held on October 12 and 1-3, .and - Cr. Klauer as sub? representative. . Health- lnspectors' Conference. SThe.Shire Health Inspector;:Mi? M. D. .Taylor, Was appointed to attend- the Health Inspectors' As sociation of Australia .Conference, commencing in, Melbourne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
RITCH IE S : OF FRANKSTON L.ICENSED GROCERS CANADIAN Sardines in Oil I/t1 per tin '"TRUE' VALUE AND FRIENDLY SERVICE'" o need to buy new Lounge Suites or / Caret Our proved o dern deaning process on the spot in your own home restores your furnishings like new. I ei LOURGE CARPET CLEANING " E VI C E ?oane U9/Ih 216 I aU R E RD. ARIO I EI PRATT'S 1 ELRAY STORE Dressed Poultriy FOWLS, CHICKENS, TURKEYS AND, DUCKS S:.DON'T BE DISAPPOINTED, LET US HAVE YOUR ORDER, EARLY., IN THE WEEK L OPP. STATION - . PHONE :22 "',fl I'ý ? ,u.i • r ? i'· "Ii'1"Y1tihtititiY''' YOUR DOCTOR'S BRING IT TO . . HANTON'S PHARMACY BAY STREET, FRANKSTON. bt PHONE 606 A.- J. DEED G. SIDDLE BUILDERS McLEOD ROAD, CARRUM?l E·STIMATES FREEE -- ;NEW*-.IiOMES QUICKLY ERECTED: •RENOVATIONS-? QUALITY' MATERIAL, & WORKMANSHIp:: COLORFUL PAINTING FOR .IYOUR HOME by E. BEADLE House Painter and Decorators Color -Consultaint Onl Interior Decoration 50 QUEEN ST, 4 MELB. MU 6252 ~ After Hours: XW 2628 Pill UNION, Franki...
FOOTBALL SOMERVILLE "B" GRADE PREMIERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
FOOTBALL SOMERVILLE "B" GRADE PREMIERS Before a delighted crowd, that paid a record grand final and "B" 'Grade gate of £104, at Morn ington, on Saturday, Somerville and Rosebud turned on a game of brilliant fobtball that com pletely outclassed and put to shame the very mediocre stand ard of football that has charac-' terised a. majority of "A" Grade games and. finals in the M.P.F.L. this seasoi. SSaturday's 'fmatch -was nearly level .pegging, ;and a ding-dong go, from start to fipish, with Somerville snatching victory as the final bell was in the act of ringing. Both teams are to be congratu lated on a grand display, and the Somerville victory and annexa tion of the flag was very popu lar. : "Somerville's big men, Graf and Biggs, finally .won the game for ,their team.- - With only time-on to play, Rosebud led : by a point. In a desperate battle, Somerville scor ed a ",point :.and equalised the score;, then another point to give themn the baire lead. A mark a's the final bell rang sc...
FRUIT AND FLOWERING TREES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
SFRUIT AND FLOWERING S TREES 'Fruit trees, unlike flowering trees, are not grown on in recep tacles for summer planting, so they must be planted whist dor mant, between-'now and the end of August. Apples, Pears, Plums, Peaches. Prunes, Nectarines, Apricots and Figs; in the best commercial varie ties, 3/6 each. 'Alm6onds; in:2 sizes, 3/6 and 5/. SCherries, 5/.' SBlack and Red Currants. in * yeai' bushes, 3/; Gooseberries, 1/6 and 3/; Raspberries. overbearing varieties, :9/, dqzen. Walnuts: We have some excel lent varieties in grafted .plants, which come into bearing in 2 to 3 years, 15/ to 20/ eoch. English Walnuts. from'seed:' 5/. " FLOWEJRING 'THEES Flowering Peach. R-d. Pink; and White, well branched, 5/. Prunus Mlume (Japanese Flow eiring Apricot), 4 varieties, which cover a flowering period from June to September, 5/ and 7/6. Prunus Pollardli. large pink Flowering. Almond, 5/ and 7/6. Do.uble Hawthorns, in Pink and Red; also Single Scarlet, 5 to 7 ft..trees, 6/ and 7/6. ORNA-MEN...
Joyful Re-Union of "Old Swan Hills" Mayor and Mayoress Greet 300 Old Friends [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
Joyful e-Union of "Old Swan Hills" Mayor and Mayoress Greet | . 300 Old Friends The Grand Reunion Social of ex-residents of Swan Hill, ''* now residing in Frankston, on the Peninsula, and in the met '* - - ropolis, proved a joyful and m est successful .function at the :, 'Frankston Mechanics' Hall on Friday night, when 300 -ex ; residents (65 from the Penins ila) attended. A feature of . the function was the attendan ae of the Mayor and Mayoress ii:---of Swan Hill (Cr. and Mrs. Allan Garden) -as guest patrons, ' accompanied by their daughter, Joan. There were many ' happy reunions during the nig it. The oldest resident, Mrs. A: E. Stuteley, 85 years, who lias lived all her-life in Swan Hill, ,: 'iand is still there, was presenteded with ail electric toaster in honor of the occasion. T?he hall was gaily, decorated with streamers, a hovel touch being added by many well-known names and places round the walls. Master of Ceremonies was Mr. S:.: Filmer, Postmaster at Hast ings, whose late...
GARDEN SUGGESTIONS GOOD GARDEN PERENNINLS (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
GARDEN jUGGESTIONS ' (By J.. W. -Robinson, of Ti Ormond rlant Farm Pty. Ltd.) GOOD GARDYN PERENNINLS S (Cbntinued). SIELARGONIUMS: - Strictly speaking, the plants known as Geraniums . are also known as Pelargoniums. but the one that is mostly described as such is what. is: known as the Regal or Show type.. which have bigger .flowers and are usually compos ed''of two or more colors. Atbone timne .theseusued to be extensive ly grown as pot plants, but they are not commonly grown for this .purpose now.. However, they make excellent plants for plant ing -outside in dry positions. The poorer the ground, the better they flower; the richer the ground the more foliage they make. Most people, omit. to cut. them hard back after .flowering, but this should be done if the plants are to be kept shapely and flower well the following season. .PERENNIAL - PHLOX also seeni to have-.gone a good deal out. of cultivation. There are some excellent varieties now in England and on the Continent with much ...
BUTCHER SHOP PERIL Remarkable Evidence In Court Application [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
BUTCHER SHOP PERIL Remarkable Evidence Ii :Coirt Application ' Much 'evidenee 0of grave danger to employees -at the butchery .hop of. Messrs.:,H. R. .Woodward '.nd Son,. Bay Street, Frank toni, .vas given :at Fiankston Court en Tuesday, -wheli. Anne an'd Jack Woodwvard,' on behalf of the fir m, applied: :for:- an ejectment' oider against ,Alexandros Pappas, pro priet1r':of f:'a fish business in the adjoininig shop, owned b3y Wood ward's. " , 1 .Evidence w3as given by , appli: :ants' that,;; due to lack of .spac'e in their ,buther's shop,. 14 em ployees :'were in: :constant dangeri .f. serious; injury. Evidence .was given- of several' nasty: accidents whereby em ployees in the shop had beeniac cidently hurt -with' meat chop pers;:,cut with :lnives, impaled 'on meat - hooks, • .and sustained crushed hands; bruised hips and legs, 'caiused by swinging -steels and cleavers. There were also cases of ,ivomen 'fainting in the over-crowded -shop space, . and havingg t'o be carried out 'of th...
FRANKSTON COMMUNITY HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
FRANKSTON COMMUNITY ' HOSPITAL A report. on the 'operations- of the Frankston -Community : Hos: pital Ambulance: service was 're ceived at' theiniorithly meeting~ of the committee on 14th September. The report showed that since March 31 ":the 'ambulance hi'ad travelled 2339 miles on: 112 trips, and has cai-ried 117 patients---47 males and 70 -fmales. Of 'thesae cases, 80:were medical, 12 s r gical, 15 accidents, 6 obsterical, arid four suiurly. The Ifospital's" annual appeal for etgs is: now open, and dona tirhs ' mr- be left at the Hospi tal, or: Prattis Stores in: Young Street. The donaticn o0f 'egs' adcl other produce is a -alualble ccn tribution to the 5?r-i~ c,.s rendcr?cd to the patients, and is much ap preciated by the committee. Gifts of flowels are also most acceptable. - The 1200th baby born at the Hospital .since its opening. on Noyember, 1941, was a baby girl. The committee is pleased to re port' that because of the installa tion of -special equipment donat ed by the You...
GOLF FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
GOLF. FRANKSTON MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATES The first round of ?the Club Championship was. played on Tuesday, 6th September. The best nett for the 18 holes was Mrs. H. August's 89-19-70; Mrs. M. Gamble, 91--17-74, was second, and Mrs. H. Watson, 99 -24-75, third. The second round, played on Thursday, 8th September, was 18 holes. Mrs. R. Sanders, .90 18-72, was the winner; Mrs. H. August, 91-18-73, was second, and Miss M. Masters, 89-15--74, was third. There are only four to qualify in the "A" grade (1 to 19). Mrs. T. Kennedy plays Mrs. R. Sand ers, Mrs. C. Allen plays, Miss M: Masters. In the "B" Grade there are eight to qualify. Mrs. H. August plays Mrs. B. McComb, Mrs. M. Gamble plays. Mrs. C. Tillotson, Mrs. R. Potton plays Mrs. C. Pike, and Mrs. R: Watson plays Mrs. F. Benson.' On Sathrday, 10th September, Mrs. C. Hallett (30 points) won the 18 holes New Stableford com-. petition. Mrs. L. Watson (29 pts.) was second. Mrs. C. Parnham won a very nice trophy given by'Mrs. 'R. Pot ton for ...
R.S.L. SNOOKER Frankston A. Defeat Kew at Frankston. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
R.S.L. - SNOOKER Frankston A. Defeat: Kew" at Frankston. Following are the scores in connection with. the match,: Frankston "A" v. Kew, withl Frankston names first-rimentioned in each instance:- K. Davies, 158 defeated Burke, 71. S. Petersbn,- 78 lost to: Wood: J. Morris, 95" defeated .Sadler, 64. I N. Ellery, 104 .ost to Cox, 123. Frankston, 435 defeated. Kew, 353. Frankston "B"4'421 ' d:' Kew202, at Kew. G. Wood, 122 defeated H;end rickson, 78 . R. Zenner, 170. defeated; Giffen, 64, ' . } . - .?:. A. Simpson, 104 defeated Mc Call, 62. J. FJynn, 25, walk-over.
MRS. ELLEN MOONEY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
:MRS. ELLEN MUOONEY Mrs: Ellen Mooney, who pass ed away at:her residence in Bit tern, .on September 4, is survived by two. daughters and one son. Her .usband and one son pre deceased her. ' "The funeral took place on 6th September. Rev. Father J. B. Roche read:the burial service at the' graveside in .Crib. Point Cemetery . ' Messrs Hector Gamble and Son conducted, the funeral.
MEAT INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
MEAT INSPECTION. Recognising. that, the health of residents of country districts: is largely safeguarded by i regular meat inspection,and killing under supervision, folk residing iiin 'the Shire of Cranbourne are seeking ways and means of having their territory declared a "Meat Area." To this end, at the instigation of Cr. A. E. Webb (who is ,an ardent advocate), the ,Langwar rin and District Progress .Asso ciation unarimously carried a 'motion soliciting the Cranbourne Shire Council to approach' Ber wick Shire to ascertain if. Ber-. wick would be willing to co-op erate with Cranbourne and disn trict in securing the 'introduptiion of compulsory ,,meat inspection.. :_It.is. consideired urgently, neces sary. that all: mneat :.be: killed .in approved -?abattoiis ? Under'?: strict:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
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CRICKET MT. ELIZA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
CRICKET__ MT. JLIZA CLUB At the annual general nieceting held at Dunstan's Cafe last week, the president . (Mr. A. "W. Wilt shire) congratulated the team on reaching: the semi-finals, in its first 'post-wari season, and ex pressed, the hope that in the coming .season.it would, win the premiership' of. "B" grade in the Northern Peninsula competition. Practice has' already started, and there is'much enithusiasm for the opening 'match commencing on Ist October. Any prospective players;among' newcomers to the district will be welcome. The club's grounds are situated be hind the Mt. Eliza Hall, on Ne pean Highway. The proprietors .of "Norman Hall" have again given practical assistance to the club by having 'the 'oval- harrowed, top-dressed, and rolled. Within the next two or three weeks the grounds should be in' fine order again, and. will be the scene of many entertaining games in a pleasant social' atmosphere. As in all other sports, every cricket team likes to feel the en couragement ...
MILK PASTEURISATION CR. FOWLER URGES PERMIT TO DAIRYMEN [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
PASTEURISATION : CR. FOWLER URGES PERMIT TO "DAIRYMEN 'At Friday's'- Ffan lston :Council meeting, Cr. ''ýFowler strongly criticised - the dela3' by the- auth orities in- :granting' applications. by the local.dairy 'lrms. regardinig pasteurisation: of milk, and stress ed the ,urgency ,of: the matter.as an important 'part :of the public health structure. Cr. -Fowler's motion, that -rylr$. Leggatt, . M;.L.A., -:be.: asked :t support anyapplications made by local' dairymen'.- for permits. to carry out "the pasteurisation;. of. milk, was seco?ded: by Cr.Coates, and carried:'. -:
P.M.G. GRAB OPPOSED MECHANICS' LAND "FEELER" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
P.M.G. GRAB OPPOSED MECHANICS'. LAND "FEELER" The Department,.of Lands, and Survey advised -Frankston Coun cil that the P.M.G. Department wishes to extend 'the. Frankston Telephone Exchange on to "vacanit Crown land adjoining the .Mech-. anics' Institute (which area isi .at present reserved for a Free' Library), ahdd asked whether the Council had any comments on the mtater. Cr.' Fowler moved .and Cr. Wells seconded a resolution that the Department, be: informed the Council strongly-opposes the eni croachment of the P.M.G. De-: partment on any :of. this area.::' An amendment: by Crs..Hirst and Grice: "That the matter be held ' in "abeyance for tlii'ee months;". was carried. The reason. for the amendment. was -that 'thel Council's Townr Planning Scheme will b'e in: op eration' in three, months' time.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
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SCOUT NEWS 1st. FRANKSTON Trials for Athletic Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949
1, l:i lst. :, FRANKSTON Trin-s Tor Athletic Sports. iAll11 m?embers of the 1st. Franks-. ton: Gidouip Boy. Scouts are ask ed:"to ..report "at the Scout Hall next' Saturday, at 2 p.m., to pre pare. for "'the -'forthcoming athle tic sports. ' Old Scouts' Guild. -Memibers" of the B.P. Guild of Old Sc6outs' are reminded that the ntejit meetinF~ iiill 'be held on Wedinesday, September 21, in the Scouts' Haill :at 8.15; p.m. . ' 'Any' membeis .vwho have a few minutes to spare, next Saturday srinr n asked to lend ai hand to as. the athletic trl Franksion Sot Warrant All Scoutingt0 pleased to les Booth has be ant as Afl Scouts. Derek t able help tnS running of G.S and returned tr they gent While in l friendshipt a formnner Fn is well knd o circles o aajs r membered to friends.