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MUNICIPAL VOTING. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
MUNICIPAL VOTIiNNG. ((To the Editor). Sir,-The announcement in youir last issue anent the expressed in tention of the Premier to seek an, amendment of the Local Government Act to ensure the secrecy of the bal lot at municipal elections by the elimination of the numbered ballot paper, will meet with endorsement, by the many, as the ndmber who favor the retention of the present, .systemi is infinitesimal.... Your reference to" the activities ofi my association in this matter, "prompts me to- publicly give credit to Mr. Chas, Gray;,(one of our members). for his persistent advocacy of the' propos ed change and through whose instru mentality? ly association was induced to' act. It will, t4herefore, be, gratify ing to Mr Gray,: after 30' years' agita tion, to see a gleam of hiope in -the expectation that his long cherished ideals have some reasonable prospect of achievemnent and the f:ulfilment of that policy: "the greatest good for the greatest number." 'hankitig you in - anticipation. -...
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
MUSICAL INSTRUCTIOIN. ,Miss Eunice Barclay announcres by advertisemept in this issue,, the for mation of a special class. .The sub jects to be taught include ear train ing, sight singing, 'the 'theory of music,: and. elementary :composition. The :class, is primarily f?tor children 'of school. age.: .- - Miss' Barclayi reeived her musical edIcation altthe ?.Unriversity ;Con= servatorlitmn andd lat St:` Paul 's.Cat edral;? iwhe?she studied' Under: Dr. A. ib. Floyd. ShaE is well qualified in all branches of pianoforte and organ.
AIR RAID MEETING. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
;,AIR RAID. MEETING. (To the Editor.) Sir,-Once again I have had .the misfortune of seeing another ghastly farce perpetrated by the Council of the Shire of Frankston and' Hastings. Last Sunday afternoon, July 2,' we were invited to attend a public meet ing ostensibly to take part in confer ence to decide upon a ppolicy to assist in the best means of carrying out the air raid' precaution scheme. Actually: what took place was that we had to. listen for an hour, or rather endea vor to hear, what I afterwards dis novered was a scheme to. succor. anyi section of the community. .,that pSf. rered thiough the consequence f an' air raid (I heard nothing of what was said myself except something aboiut cutting 'a shilling In). Not. a word was said about taking the necessary steps to save the cpeople from the raid itself, 'the, scheme submitted being nothing but an auxiliary ambulance organisation, another stunt to tax the community under the guise of a vol untary effort. Moreover, we found tha...
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS FRANKSTON RIDING [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS -0- FRANKSTON RIDING Cr J. L. (Pratt, who is standing for re-election for the Frankston Riding, has a..splendid record of municipal service. For,' a iperiod of 15 years he has' represented you in the Frankston council, and during that period has worked hard for the good of the rate payers and Frankston in particular. He is interested in all Frankston acti vities, being a .vice-president of the Cricket and Football Clubs, past-presi dent of the Returned Soldiers' Club and at present a member of the com mittee; president of Frankston Com Imunity Hospital, and for wvhich.he has put *in a.lot' of arduous and exacting work. The Charities; Board having now?,released the iplans, an early start wit -the building can be anticipated. .In th' newly. created ,National Emergency Council - the Government has seen fit. to appoint him Chief Warden for the Shire of Frankstbon and Hastings. Cr Pratt has been responsible for a number of improvements to the town, and has given up a ...
MAN CLAIMS WAGES ORDERED TO PAY 2/- [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
MAN CLAIMS WAGES --0-- ORDERED TO PAY 2/ Before Mr Pyvis, P.M., at the Frankston Court on Friday, James Petersen, formerly of Langwarrin and now of Lonsdale 'street, Dandenong, sued Hector Gamble, undertaker, of Playne street; Frankston, for £12/15/, £3/15/- of which he alleged to be a balance, due by Gamble to him for cutting. wood on Gamble's property at Langwarrin and £8/10/- under spe cial contract he, alleged Gamble had made to him in November, 1938,' to pick' up and burn off tops of trees cut for wood. Gamble claimed a set-off against Petersozi for £3/17/- for rent alleged to be due to hiun by Petersen between April 10 and June' 26 for a hut occupied by Petersen :at Lang warrin. Mr Field appeared, for Petersen and Mr R. C..Taylor"for' Gamble. On oath, Petersen said that early in August he had agreed with Gamble to cut 2ft.. and 6ft. wood on his pro perty at Langwarrin. After having cut a quantity he found the wages un remunerative. Gamble then agreed to give him a further shil...
THE TURF FLEMINGTON SELECTIONS DOUTTA GALLA HURDLE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
THE TURF LEMINGQTON SELECTIONS (By Espy) DOUTTA GALLA HURDLE Green Cape ......... 1 Restford .. .. .. .. .. 2 Pooley Bridge .. ..... 3. TWO-YEAR-OLD. MILE-- San Carlos . . .. ... 1 Inspector Scott . ... .. .. .2 nomany Chief .. .... : 3 TRIAL HURDLE Stylist .. .. . . . Methuen ...... .. , .. 2 Jangler .. .. .. .. . .. 3 Giant Killer .. .. .. .. :1, Deckard ... . ... . 2 Grantley ... .. 3 -FOOTSCRAY STEEPLE Jolly Boy .. .. .. . .. Bully Hayes .. .. 2 Inazuma .... .. .. : .. 3 -JULY HANDICAP- Ilamdin .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 Carra Rice .. .... .. .. 2 Atticus .. .. .. .. .. 3 _________________________
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
?tn French Polishnlg. TER CAFTSMEN ( F. WILSON &. BROS.) of an each stree te er ppf st alw' gat8) enppent recm endatine from /xcellen ent Residentf. Candidate for Co~ I Election Withdraw FRANKSTON MOTOR GARAGE Melbourne Road, FRANKSTON Phones 101, 97. Old established authorised General Motors Dealers. Chevrolet and Buick Cars. Our propositions on trade-ins aire the best in Town. It will pay you to see O. J. OLSEN. SSTANDARD Presents for 1939. .. THE FINEST CARS IN THE 8 h.p. FIELD OR FLYING STANDARD Q UALITY CARS-SEE BRETT, 24 .PLAYNE. S TREET, FRANKSTON. S"Phone 77. e Peninsula's largest selec of Men's and Boys' Wear. Keejp warm this Winter in one of SMART OVERCOATS We hnve fresh / stocks in the It. / est styles and cflouriBgs from which you may select., The cut / lt t"id the fitishlt are speeial eatures of our snug EADIE'S 587 Bay St., FRANKSTON. 'Phone 352. sandl5 Boys' Reversible Oilskins, Price or Proofed Cotton Raincoats Pce to suit all pockets. .,s?i pockets,. Propert...
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AUXILIARY'S ANNUAL MEETING ON WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL AUXILIARY'S ANNUAL MEETING ON WEDNESDAY The annual meeting of the Frank ston Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary will be held in' the Mecha nics' Hall on Wednesday, July 12, at 2,30 p.m. The president (Mrs J. L. Pratt) has announced that a welcome is extended to all members and in tending members. Now that the initial organisation has proved successful, the auxiliary is anxious to have the full support of the public for a special united effort during the next. 1Z months. DONATIONS TAX-FREE. It was learnt this weel that dona tions to the hospital funds would be exempt from income tax. HAPPINESS HOUSE EFFORT. The Frankston 'branch of Hoadley's 3XY' Happiness House held a dance on Monilay night to provide and main tain a bed in the hospital when it is completed. The Happiness House conimiittee announced this week that the ball which was advertised to be held in August has been postponed, as the Mornington branch has a function on the same date. A further an nounceme...
M.U.I.O.O.F. REVIEW OF THE YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
M.U.JO.OU.F. REVIEW OF THE YEAR The members of the Loyal Nepean Lodge of the M..I.O.O.F. have every reason to be pleased at the splendid year just closed. The term began by winning a certificate awarded annu ally to. the most. progressive lodge kiI Victoria. During the, year the lodge, received an address from Mr 'Parker and Mr Jenkins, of the Edu tation Reform Asociation, who plac ed before members a proposal for the advancement of State Education. When the proposal came up for dis cussion, members who wero school teachers were pleased to notice how eagerly the lodge came forward to help along this important measure. Bro. L. Brumley, of the Dandenong High School, and also a Director of the Manchester Unity was present at this meeting. The inter-visiting of lodges has created much interest, and during the year 'Sandringham, Malvern, Diind'enong, Moidialloc, Brighton, Carnegie, Oakleigh, Somerville, Morn Ington and Sth. Melbourne have been visited, each trip being well patron ise'd a...
HASTINGS-TYABB'S SECOND WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
HASTINGS-TYABB'.S SECOND WINr Hastings-Tyabb were at home to Red Hill on Saturday last and . the match was played in very, wet and unpleasant conditions, the ground be ing very heavy and slippery owing to the rain, and players of both: teams found thingq very trying. Final scores were: Hastings-Tyabb 9-17, Red Hill 6-13. Best players for Hastings-Tyabb: A.' Woolley, L. Benton, E. Vear, A. Langholz, V. Warne, W. Woolley, W. Gibson, R. Houfe, R. Greive. Red Hill: E. Pritchard, L. Wise .an, C. White, R. Edwards, R. Tre win,' L. Russell, R. Wilson, H. Tre win, L. Kelly. -Goalklckers--Hastigs-Tyabb: M., Carmichael 4, W. Woolley 2, V. Warne, 'A. Woolley, .W. Gibson. Red- Hill: L. Wiseman 2, L. Kelly 2, L. Skidmore, Russell. A. Woolley received the vote for the* best and fairest player, and de Rerved the honor.
NO INSIDE INFORMATION. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
NO INSIDE INFORMATION. (To the Editor.) Sir,-I shall be glad if you will again give me space to reply to Mr R. C. Wells' letter which appeared in iast week's issue. This letter again shos a that Mr Wells has a unique facility for arriving at erroneous con clusions. Instead of his "passing shot" scoring, a "bull's eye," as he fondly imagines, he has only revealed the fact that his general knowleddge of municipal affairs-even vwhe?i pub lished in the press-is apparently very slight. The question relating to street gar dens was discussed ny the shire coun cil a few months ago, and an account of this discussion was published in the Standard. My allusion to 'street gardens was based solely on this re ported discussion, and Mr Wells' ab surd suggestion that I was in receipt of inside information, not available to thie general ,public, is without foun dation.-Yours etc., BUNKER.
DROMANA ECLIPSE BAXTER [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
DROMANA ECLIPSE- BAXTER .(By Griff) The match between Dromana and. Baxter at Dromana da Saturday last was practically a farce as far as foot ball goes as Baxter fielded only 15 men and after half-time many men from both. 'ides left the ground. As the ground was very wet the ball soon liecame hard to hold, and the match was more or less a scram ble. nearly every man being on the ball. The day was bitterly cold, with oc casional heavy .showers.. There were very few spectators. .The .wind also caused many kicks to go astray, and the game was not-as fast as on pre vious occasions. Scores: Dromana, 20.18; Baxter, 3.10. Best players.-Dromana: V. Hum phreys, V., McLaren, B. Aust, W. Guy, G. McLear and A. Hosking. Baxter: Patherton, Thornell, Wotherspoon, Hicks and Heywood. Goal-kickers.--Dromana: Q.. Mc. Laren (4), V. Humphreys (3), DI Wil liams (3), Loader (3), Hazledenei (3); S. McLear, G. McLear, W. Guy and V. McLaren. Baxter: B. Williams, Roberts and Hicks.
Your Safety Valve CHURCH AND UNEMPLOYMENT. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
Your Safety Valve oOo (A column for you. Let's have your views In brief on any topic. excepting religion. Every letter must bear the writer's name and address, not necessarily for publication. Head correspondence. "Safety Valve.") r CHURCH AND UNEMPLOYMENT. (To the Editor.) Sir,-Since writing my letter on up employment I have seen ini a section of the metropolitan -press the news, exploited in large letters, that 100,000 tons of butter had been exported this season. Is that something really to boast about when we learn at the same time that S.7 per cent. of the population, roughly 600,000, are out of enmployment. and living practically in semi-starvation. What has the church got to say about this-the Christian Church, of course, I inean? --Yours etc., A MODERN ECONOMIST. Franklston.
Sporting Highlight HOW MUCH LONGER [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
SportIng . Highlight oo HOW MUCH LONGER Is the public:of Maelbourne going to take to wake up to this :Satur day night farce which masquerades under the title' of, wrestlinig Our .knowledge of wrestling holds is only elementary, we admit, but we a;t ays imagined that a solid (or even a weak) kick in the groin would earn a long term of disqualification; that to hit an opponent with a piece of timber would pro'bably see the aggressor in the dock on the Monday; that kicking in the spine was not sport; that gouging the opponent's eyes was low-down' and dirty; that kneeing an opponent in the stomach would earn quick disqualification; that striking the referee would earn disqualification for life; but apparently we have got the whole thing wrong. Saturday after Saturday this type of sport is permitted in Mel bourne, and to make doubly sure that everyone has the opportunity of hearing these modern ideas. of sport, the radio is brought intd play and the announcer does full justice to the mis...
HASTINGS PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
HASTINGS -0 PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The Federal district member will be asked to assist in. the action taken by the association to have a night telephone service installed. The advantage .of Westernport Bayl s the site fori a "dock are td be brought under the notice of Sir I." Saville. the British expert now visit Lng Australia. Frankston and 'Hastings Shire, Council is to be asked to give a more equal distribution of work to men on sustenance in the district. Sneakers at the last meeting of the association objected to men from the other end of the Peninsula receiving more work than the Hastings workers. Following representations from Mr A. ,J. .Kirton, M.I:A., better lighting on the railway station has been in stalled: . . . First-Con'stb'e' Brearly, tihe presi dent of' the association, has tendered' his .resignation. He' has been pr, moted .to the rank of: senior-constable and transferred to' Russell street. Mr. D. Wentworth hlas been elected to the vacant office. A social evening a...
Football Notes POSITIONS OF CLUBS. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
Football Notes POSITIONS OF CLUBS. A GRADE. P. W. L. Pts. Frankston .. .. .. .. 8 7 1 28 Sorrento .... .. .. . 8 6 2 24 M)ornington .. .. ... . 8 5 3 20 Hastings-Tyabb .. . 7 4 3 16 Naval Depot .... .. 8 4 4" 16 Somerville .. .. .. . 7 2 6 8 Seaford-Carrum .. .. 8 0 S 0 B GRADE. Balnarring .. . . .. S 7 2 28 Naval Depot ..... . . 8 6 2 24 Pearcedale .... .. ... 8 6 3 24 Red Hill .. .. ..... 9 5 4 20 Rosebud ..... ...... 10 5 5 20 l.rankston .. .. .. .. 9 4 5 16 Dromana .... .. .. 9 4 5 16 Hastings-Tyabb .. ... 9 2 7 8 Baxter .. .. .. ..9 1 7 4
Can You Tell Us [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
Can hou Tell Us oOo Why Australian politicians still insist on borrowing money over seas? WVhy more ratepayers do not attend council meetings? Why the Federal Parliament takes two months mid-winter holiday when there is a man-size job to be done? What connection is there (if any) between the A.C.T.U. and the League for Peace and Democracy? Why councils insist on doing so much business in committee? Whxy local football does not receive better support? Why Australians allow a big section ol) the people to exist on the dole? Why efforts are not made to bring out immigrants of the tried and true brand-English, Irish, Scotch? l\hy Japan has occupied its Mandated Territory in tlhe Pacific with 100,000 families who are tilling the land and making a comfortable living, and we have leased ours to just a handful of planters? Why are Germany, Italy, Russia and Japan able to carry out more extensive public and developmental- works than England, U.S.A. and Australia? What benefit modern labor-sa...
A GRADE. NAVAL DEPOT v. SEAFORDCARRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
A GRADE. NAVAL DEPOT v. SEAFORD CARRUM. In wet' and sloppy conditions at the Naval Depot on Saturday the Sea ford-Carrum team, with D. Davies, J. Cass, J. Goodridge and Bell unable to play, were outclassed in an uninter esting game. The sailors on the home ground never looked like being ex tended, and increased their lead as the game progressed. Final scores:- Naval Depot,:17.22; Seaford-Carrum, 2.5: