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STATE RIVERS AND WATER SUPPLY COMMISSION. By-law No. 1027.—CARRUM 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.--'C AR R U M yrban District Within the Dandenong Waterworks District. The State Rivers and \Vater Sup ply Commission, in pursuance and in exercise of the powers conferred by the Vater Acts, doth hereby inake the By-law following for tile CA R RUM Urban District within thle )an decnong Waterworks District: 1. All previous By-laws and Reg ulations relating to tile subject-mat ter herein shall be and tile same are hereby revoked, but not so as to relieve, discharge, or absolve any per son from liability to pay alty rate or charge made in accordainee with the provisions of tile revoked By-laws or Regulations for payment of lwhich rate or charge such person nlay have becoime liable prior to or at the date of this By-law coming into opera tiont; or to abrogate or to ditminisht Ihe power of tle said Commission to recover and enforce ptaytnent ot ?av such rate or charge: or to anntul or stay any proceedings taken or business initiat...
Another Instance [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Another Instance The criticism of Thomas Meighan's suit reminds the writer' of another amusing inoident -in a picture which was shown at Frankoton some time" ago. It was where the villagers were waiting the news of the birth of the heir.-, Boozy, the .village reprobate, was amongst them. His attire, even then, was showing signs of decay. Yet, when he 'appeared in another scene, 21 years later, Boozy was still wearing the same hat and clothes I
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
-GENERAL NOTES. Modiste. (Hastings) comes to light with a criticlim:--"We had pictures at Hastings recently, with "The Thunderbolt" as the principal feat ure. Katherine McDonald and Tho mas M'eighan. played the leading roles.' It was a melodramatic story of a feud existing between two proud families. The acting was good, but the theme was a colossal joke. More over, Thomas Meighan detracted from the realism of his effort by wearing the same suit throughout the play in spite of several years lapse in time ! Why is not more attention paid to these necessary details I "
Katherine McDonald [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Katherine McDonald Katherine McDonald, who played the leading role in "The Thunder bolt," is one of the silver sheet's prettiest actresses. **A tall regal girl of an unusually serene type of beauty," wrote Mande Cheatham in one of the picture journals. She is a elster to Mary McLaren, but neither have yet been presented to Frankston picture audiences.
Mrs Burton's Charges To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 13 May 1921
Mrs Burton's Charges To the Editor. Sir,—Re closing of business places on Anzac Day. As my name has un- fortunately been given some publi- city in your report of the discussion on above subject at the meeting of Franketon Branch R.S.S.I.L.A., I crave space in your valuable columns to state what Mr Lyon terms, my case. As a soldier's widow I was naturally an interested reader of names of those who stated their intention of closing all day on the 25th ult. in honor of our noble dead. Among other things I noted that the only cafe proprietors participating were Messrs Lyons and Vicars. Shortly after 5 p.m. on the great anniversary, passing the Fernery I noticed the place apparently closed, and (men tally) doffed my hat to people who, I believed, had paid respect without advertising. On reaching the Pier Tea House, with its half masted flag I was astonished to see business in full swing. In Bay Street I met Mr Lyons, and, noting his business place closed, I mentioned to him what seemed a...
Lights on Vehicles To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
Lights on Vehicles To the Editor. Sir-There is a Couniel by-law that all vehicles must carry a Illght when travelling 'at' night.' It is useless framing a by-law unless the authori ties see that it isecarried out. This, I take it, is 'a matter for the police. Then why do they not do their duty ? The Point Nepean road; between Frankston and Somerville, is a veri table.death trap anytime after clark. There was a motor cyclist killed at Hastings recently through travelling without a light. In motoring fRom Franhston to Somerville last night I met and passed no less than twelve carts and. waggo-s, andunot ono of them had a vestige of 'a light.. This sort of thing is of nightly occurence, and is a disgrace to the auth:rities. Some night there will be a fearful accident on this road, -and then I isuppose something will be done ;but not until then. Glaring headlights is another source of great danger, and I have been struck stone blind many a time on the above mentioned road. The police ha...
Two Letters to the Editor An Alleged Injustice To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
'Two Letters to the Editor An Alleged Injustice To the. Editor.: Sir,-I would-liie to bring before the 'notice' of your 'ieaders a gieat inj'ustice 'dode to'a party: of men from the Anzac Hostel,.Brighton, on Thursday 'last at the' \Mornington Racecourse by Mi. Downward, secre tary to the club, iho absolutely re fused its admnittance to the course, Bven after learniing .that ?wo.were,to tal?:y incapacitated, and.also that we were; agreeable to pay, for itdmitt ance; As-the meeting was in aid of the locial memorial appeal, it doesn't seem'a. feasible thing .for anyone to refuse an imount of rirondabout £2 ; also;, by refusing :the' incapacitated men from yd?r district,- they threw aitway further fiuanicial assistance, as you can see. - After having lunch at one of the cafes in the town, our chaffeur approached, but was not given a hearing by Mr J. D. Birch, the secretary to the local branch of the' League, who was too busy to stop and:hear the grievance. As one of the party. I would ...
NEXT SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
NEXT--SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME: "Tioe TurIn .ntho Road -is not-to be confused with... The .End of the Road," which dealsratnercrudely with the red.plagge. .",The Turn in the Road"'' deals with the agnosetio who is saved by the love of a child. It is a happy, clean and whoresome `presentlit;ion'"life with allits htumor and pathos, as 'i-is knowan and on a p?cture ?of .thl8 ee?.deleert hea tort t hat pte a s it lesson of lore ad iiferleaness in a compelling ;The Turnh"in Ithe 'Road l.deals with the life of little Ben Alexander. When the littl'bdy 's moth?r died in giviing birth to halm, the ?oung father belame diti?rndte8, addran fioth the town "f P er5lfi'lo, cur ing his wenlthy father, the foridider of the towi?. " He iia b ~ Inme' ?? a Aglrostic, and bitterly .p?.airiied tlh' gospel as preached by his'. father-in-law, the Rev MIatthew Barker.- The : young father, in his bereavement, could not believe that Godv"rliited' HIl "'ieopleo with these afflictione, as proaohod by the minister'....
"The Turn in the Road" Next Saturday's Remarkable Picture LAST SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
"The Tur in the Roadd" .> 'Next Satuavy's Remarkable Picture _ LAST SATURDAY'S PRO GRAMME:. - ''There was"A good litte'lidd?eiit the Frankston Piot?ria on" Saturday night; when a deT'lxce programme was submitted;.' "Kies Me?oCaroline," 6, comedy, with Helen Darling and' Bobbie Vernon in tho spotllghtes, was very humorou ssfwhilst the travelognue included scenes and native dances of Samoa`. :;k' . Mary Mbily'fifit v'Bupo d db Colin Chase, was very appe?ling in, "Wives and'Other' WiViies" which. was derthinlyp'; nt f?oding?a'in ens barassmentsa' ''hilst Constanoce Tal'. mndge was at her briglftd~t vith Coun way Tearle'in "Two" Weeks. "'
The Week's Epitome A Summary of Events of Local Interest [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
The Week'sEpitoie A Summaryi a6f Events of Local .Interest Mr L. R. N. Utber, of Frankston, has returned from a holiday ..visit to Oliuda.. Master Adan Skirting, Who rode twvo wiuuers at the, ecent Morntugton rac-,'is one of tlie':most.'uccessfil jockeys,' though " he a r~des as dn amateur, in Australia to-day. Al ready he has captured 64 -races, 40 being during:the present sensone . "" • * . .* . * 'Adam"Skirring. senior, was like wise one.of the foremost cross-country 'jdckess'of. the'daiys -when hie as in the saddle.".To-day he is one of the 1leddiii* traieri-s located 'at .'Br?a: ide;," "Mentone. where Blague1 Br?eadsoord, and other notable per forniers have been prepared . With these ti6 hioreeas Mr Skirting took 215,000 in "stake ~i ney alone, " 'Mr and Mrs Edmund .Walsh,. Wh9 have been honey mooning at :Fjpuk st?"ii nd Co~nes, havR returped ~o The Railway Department states that the, Frankston . line wtll be electrifled , (complete) ; by August,. 1922. The , contractors' promi...
Phillip Island [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
.Phillip Islarnd The longed-for rain has not so far honored Phillip Island with an ample visit. The small showers have barely damped the surface, and the chicory growers are feeling anxious and look ing serious. A mee'ing'was held two weeks ago in the Cowes Institute, and Mr Prior, of Melbourne, offered the chicory farmers the spl ndid price of £65 per ton. The great bulk of the visitors have departed, but a few are still to be soe~ieonjoying tbhebright sunny wea ther ; for. as a matter of fact, the autumn in Cowes is de:idelly the finest season of the year. The Rev. D. A. Leisk was given a send-off last week in the Cowes Insti tute. The sooial was well attended. The reverend. gentleman was presen ted with aPwallet of bank notes and carries away with him to his new sphere of action the hearty good wi shes of numerous friends. Two cases of diptheria have occur red at. Cowes, but both patients are now convalescent. The Progress Association have been busy during the week in making im p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
PLUIi&R and 'all HOUSE REPAIRS: H. B. LEGGE, yuille Street, Frankston (24-Year's City Experience) Water Services Connected-Gas-Sewerage-Electrio Bells Insialled. STATE SAVINGS BANK OF VICTORIA The Farmers' Bank' ! Credit Foncjer. Loans .qn. .,- Special Terms to Fl e-r Farm Propeties. turned Soldiers, . I , ~. Dependetits, ;Red Cross.&: Two-Thirds iof valfation :Tiansport Workers 2000 at . per ent YThree-Fourths 'ofValuation . . up to £2000 at 5 per. cent; Repayable over .27 years Repayable oer years _ Repayable over 3o0 years -3 15/-- half yearly i .for '"' .1/15/- quarterly for each each £100 l£Ioo. `A ;pilc ation Forms at any State'Safigs Bank or by writing to Inspector-General. - 'HeadOflece, State.Saviugs Bink, : GEO. E." EMERY Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. Inspector-General. The Store for Value is the Store for You There's a big satisfaction in kuowing that our Store I enjoys the confidenice of our customers. --They-know that whatever they. buy fiom us is honest ...
Churchill Isle [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
Churchiill Isle SSit ated on the north-west end of Churchill Island, Westernport (says "The Herald") a rich piece of land, nodwbare 'of inigonous tiinber, save an occasional ti'tres bordering the shoie,la of..considerable historic in terest. It was here that Lieutenant Grant, R.N, planted, 120Oyears ago, the first'wheat grown in this State. At the time of .:his visit in 'March, 1801, Grant faoond .the island covered with large timber and much under growth, but impressed with the rich ness of the soil, he determined to plant there the seeds which.had been presented to him before his departure from-England by John Churchill, of Dev3nshire, after whom, he tells us, 'I thought it incumbent upon me to give the island the name of Church ill." A space about an eighth of an acre was cleared and Grant describes the soil as "easy to dig, rich and loose." It was just as well, for the only implement on board the Lady Nelson ..,wasan old coal shovel-worn iory'thin~l'y lnag service.. In addi tion...
Home Mission Work Venerable Archdeacon Hayman's Visit [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
Home Mission Work Venerable Archdeacon Hayman's Visit The Venerable Archdeacon Hay man, Ar?bdeacOn it Geelong asi organising secretary of the Home Mission Fund of the Diocseo of Mel bourne, paid a visit to rorukbLto, on May the 14th lest. He celebrated Holy Communion and preached in St. Paul's Church on Whitsunday, 15th May. The sermon, founded on Ezekiel's parable of the dry bones (Ezekiel, 37) was a most eloquent and impressive one. He said the Church of God was the great instrument need by the Holy Spirit to give moral and spiritual life.to the dry boncs ot the world.. He wont on to speak of the work wliich the Church of England was doing in the Melbourne Diocese. There were 300,000 members of the Church of England in the Diocese, who were ministered to in 140 parishes. Of these parishes one-half were self-suppnrting and the other half required assistance from their Home Mission. Fond. In 1920 the Diocese gave £7000 in grants (an increase of£2,200 on 1919) to assist ingiving to t...
French Island [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
"i:euich Isl?axann A deputatlon of French Ieland re aliente wateq on tie Minister of Publlo WVrks (Mr Frank Clarke) re: gentlny reseating that the,Tankerton, jetty be extended. It was stated that owing to the present jetty not -reach ing out into deep water, it does not per?it of the berthing of any but Ersy small boats, consequently the edIuce of the island has to be con ed to the channel steamer in kiffe. There are 150 people at Tank ton, and about 300 tone of chlickory lS` grown anulually; - Th'iMinister promised to put apart a certain am eant for the construction of the jetty when he was making up next year's estimates. Much of the timber would be taken from the useless Long Point jetty, but he would want the Tanker ton people to form a working bee.to help in the cartage, The members of the deputation expressed the opinion that this would be easily arranged. A concert party from Somerville and Hastings redently gave a con cert at Fairhaven. It was a great success. The artists ws...
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
Repatriatioq Notes Returned Soldiers are invited tc apply to this Committeo 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 btained :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, S.Sherlools, W. P. Mason, T. J. ,McMurtrie, any E. Barrett. Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy suitable for returned men. Persons having Businesses or Property, &c., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earn estly invited to communi:r s particu lars to the Committee. E. BARRETT, H. on. Seo Repatriation Frankstfn.
Carrum Downs [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
Carru m Dowrns At the last meeting of the Carrum Downs branch of the Victorian Far mers' Union, the President (Mr P. J. Wall), one of the founders of the branch, tendered his resignation, on account of leaving the distriet. The resignation was accepted with regret. After discussing the matter of tele phonic communication between Car rum Downs and Dandenong, the question of obtaining a mail service from Frankston three days a week was discussed. It was decided to take a petition throughout the dis trict to obtain signatures guarantee ing the £15 required by the Postal Department for the extra service.
Baxter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 20 May 1921
Baxtex The Sea Lake "Times" reports On the eve of their departure from Berriwillock, Mr and Mrs N. W. Clements and Mrs L. Ranlkin were entertained at a social held in the Berriwillock Hall. Mr D. A.`PPutland occupied the chair, and spoke in complimentary- termsof the guests of the evening. On behalf of their many friends, the chairman present ed Mr and MrsrClements,with a fine silver tea service, suitably.inscribed, whilst Miss Rankin was the recipi ent of a nice brooch from her lady friends. A number of speakers then expressed regret at the departure of their guests, as Mr Clements had always taken an active interest in public matters, and was one of the prominent promoters of the soldiers' memorial at Berriwillock. In reply, Mr Clements thanked his friends for their handsome gift, and expressed the hope that theywould come along to Baxter, where he was going to re side, and help them to use it." Mr Clements, who now resides at "For est Lodge," Hastings Road, Baxter, has left at "T...