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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
"The Standard . IANDARD NEWSPAPERS PTY. LTD., Owners and Publlshers. Office of Publicationi Bay Street, Frankston, Victoria. SUBSCRIPTION RATE-2/6 PER QUARTER, Post Free within the Commonwealth. Publishers of Moorabbin News. Sandringhani News Ormond News. Hampton News Muordialloc City News. Mornington Standard I'rankston Standard. City of Chelsea News Black liock News. IT'S AN EVAN DAVIES PRODUCTION You are invited to Try DAVIES PURE WHOLEMEAL BREAD. The 'most nutritious food that is made. _There is no added ingredients such as flour or color: in our ;wholemeal bread. t is the whole wheat ground, nothing extracted or added. Doctors recom. - r mend it for both young and grown up.:- " We also manufacture PURE WHITE and VIENINA BREAD. GIVE US A TRIAL. DAVIES FRANKSTON BAKERY T2e splendid warety of ires is only one feature of our Underwear stocks. There are .Men's Under. shirts, Underpants and Under Flannels for both chilly and warm days. There are garments that fit the .body snugly and...
MORNINGTON DOWN TO SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
MORNINGTON. DOWN TO SOMERVILLE. Wet and cold conditions were against good football at Mornington on Saturday, and only a small attend ance witnessed the match. . Mornington had a much weakened team, the influenza epidemic keeping se'veral players out of the game. A hard, slogging game was wit nessed, and players had a hard time with -the wet state of the ground to contend against. It was a low scoring game, and on the day honors were in favor of Somerville, who did not seemn to mind the heavy going. They deserved their victory, and if they could reach" the four they would take a power 'of beating. They have been an unlucky team, and 'earlier in the season pressed Frankston' closely. The win against Mornington has put renewed vigor into them; and they confidently excpect 'to defeat Hastings Tyabb tomorrow. When Somerville scored a good lead 'in the second quarter they ap peared likely to win. 'Goals were hard' to get. Somerville had the better of things in the last quarter and ran ou...
Felix Holt Says [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
Felix Holt Says oOo THAT reclining in a luxurious lounge chair at a local picture -theatre recently his mind drifted.back to the days, thirty years ago, when flickering pictures of cowboys and. Indians held him enthralled. It was a toss-up as to whether the picture 'would reach a conclusion as breakdowns in-the bio. box were a nightly occurrence., These shows were held in the open-air at a Victorian provincial town. :Color was"..,r lent to the programmes by a good ballad singer-now a successful down-the-line trainer. Pictures then gravitated to an enclosed build ing,- and finally, about 1912; to a theatre built for the purpose. On this screen the European production of Quo Vadis will always remain a vivid memory in- spite of Bing Crosby and George Formby. :Then there was. a serial, The Clutching Hand, featuring Pearl White, Crichton -Hale and - another. It ran for months, and held audiences spellbound . -Then came Chaplin in The Property Man, one of the best comedies ever ifilmed-go...
B GRADE. ROSEBUD v. PEARCEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
B GRADE. ROSEBUD v. PEARCEDALE. The return match between these teams was rplayed on the Rosebud ground on Saturday last. Owing to the influenza epidemic .neither side was up to championship form, but some good. football was witnessed and a very pleasant and friendly game re sulted. The first match which was played at Pearcedale was won by1 that team. The' return match on Saturday was .won by Rosebud. Scores: Rosebud, 10.16; Pearcedale. S.10.
Let's Write a Letter TO THE COUNCILLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
Let's Write a Letter oOo TO THE COUNCILLORS. Respected Sirs,-The Federal Government seems to have gone to sleep on the matter of a national fitness campaign, and we express the opinion of many when we say that it is a matter you could take up, without -cost to your council, with great credit to yourselves, and to the general benefit of local people. Your duties are now multitudinous, but if you have the time to devote, to: organising decontamination squads and evacuation corps, which are not likely to be called upon until the members have dreop ing beards-if even then-we think you can. well devote a little of your municipal machinery: to doing something for the present genera tion. If you arranged for the services of an Instructor, and placed a hall at the disposal of those men and women who have sufficient pride to make them anxious to improve their physical :standard-as people of some European nations are doing-the small weekly contribution ,which trainees could pay would easily m...
ANNUAL BALL WOMEN'S AUXILIARY, R.S.S.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
ANNUAL BALL WOMEN'S AUXILIARY, R;S.S.I.L.A. The W'attleiPalais was the set ting for the 15th annual ball of the women's :auxiliary-. of- the Frankston branch, R.S.S.I.L.A. on June 29:. The hall was .delightfully festooned with bunting and colored streamers, whilst the stage was transformed with greenery and pot plants. The function was very well attend ed, and there were many visitors from all :parts of the Peninsula. The. president of the auxiliary (Mrs R. Coventry) acted as hostess, and was supported by a strong committee, headed by Mrs Lawrey (secretary), Mesdames L. Magnus, E. Taylor, R. Dundon, C. Whod, A. Cockle, O. Beach and Miss Lawrey. The success of the dance was in no small way contribut ed to by this committee. Mr A. Cockle carried out the duties of M.C. admirably, and Don Bankes' Vice-Regal' orchestra also. made its debut in Frankston. It delighted the dancers with its rendering of old' and modern tunes, and was repeatedly encored. The Monte Carlo dance was won by Miss ...
TALENT QUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
TALENT -QUEST.. ".r Many. inquiries fromi district , rqsi dents indicate great;, interest in the forthcoming- amateur, talent quest; to. be lid i the Frankston Mechanics Institiite on Tihursday, August .3. Pro ceeds are to aid the Minton Boys' Home..::The entertainment' will in d~ilid'e c immunity. singing and variety iltems. :Tickets are.. available at! the. Standard office, where "entries s1oiuiid be lodged as soon as possible.
R.V.I.B., DONATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
R.VJ:.B., DONATIONS Mrs J. B. Jolly, hon. secretary Frankston. Auxiliary of the R.V.I.B. desires to acknowledge the following donations received by her: 3XY, Hoad ley's Happiness House Club Gper Mrs J. F. Nolan) £2/2/, Mrs G. Field ing 10/, amount previouqly acknow ledged £33/16/6..... Total £36/8/6.
MARKET REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
MARKET REPORTS Frankston Market (Geo. G. Aus tin) reports a successful sale on Wedliesday last. Eggs, butter, dres sed .poultry, rabbits, fruit and. veget ables were sold, at most iitisfactory.._ prices; furniturei and :stindries :'sold i well. '. Poultry: B.O. and Game cockerels to 11/ pair, heavy hens to' 8/10 pair, W.L. hens to. 6/6 pair; Muscovy drakelings to 10/ pair, Muscovy duck lings to 7/ pair, old hens, drakes, ducks and chickens sold at highly satisfactory prices. A splendid de mand continues for all classes of poultry.
TABLE TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
TABLE TENNIS The second round of matches com menced this week, and teams are set tling down in earnest. Following is the position of clubs ao the en dof the first round: A GRADE. W\. L. Pts. Diggers 1 .. ...... 5 : 0. 20 Church of- England. 1 .. " 1 16 Old Students A ... ... 2 3 8 Diggers 2 ....... ... 2 3 8 Fire Brigade ...... 2 3 8 Church of England ..0 0 0 B 'GRADE. Fire Brigade. ... .. .. 5 1 20 Church of England 4 .. 5 1 20 Church of England 3.. 4 2 16 Children's Hostel .... 3 3 12 Militia .. .. .. .. .. 3 3 12 M.U.I.O.O.F. ....... 1 5 4 O'd Students B .... ... 0 6 0
GOLF NOTES MUNICIPAL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
GOLF NOTES -0--- MUNICIPAL CLUB ' Following are the results of the Stapleford competition held on Sun day, July 2: J. Robins and K. Wat son, equal, 36 points. .A PENNANT.' The A pennant team .was narrowly defeated 4 matches to 3 by the strong Australasian team that has so far this season been undefeated. The individual matches were close and 'exciting, one being won at the 21st .hole, and. the deciding match finishing 'at the 19th. S"Despite the 'heavy rains of the tweek the local 'course was- i slilen-' 'did order,; and once again 'the greens we're, highly praised by the visiting team. SOCIAL EVENING. .On Saturday, July 15, a social will be^ held at the club house to 'give members an opportunity of congra tulating-Mr J. A. Gloury on his. in clusion in this year's Birthday Hon ors List. Mr. Gloury' has given the 'club splendid service, and "'is the captain of the B pennant team. The' committee has extended an in 1vitation to all members and 'friends lof' Mr. and Mrs. Gloury to be pr...
FRANKSTON CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
FRMANKSTOSIN' CRICKET' CLUB .The, secretary of the above club (Mr.-'F. FNicholson) ?aesires to ack nowledge ;ith thanks,, the follloi ig donations to the, club to assist' in? the, construction cost . of. turf wickets: Dr. Vincenit £2/2/, Mr A Eadie £1/ 1/,r General.; Grimiwade:£2, Mr, .W. d'Grady 'a£1/1;: Cr. :G. Keast l£1/17, r?! Allan Taylor 10/6.' Total £7/15/'.:I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
Tomorrow's Games A GRADE. i SOMERVILLE v. HASTINGS. SEAFORD v. FRANKSTON. SORRENTO v. MORNINGTON NAVAL DEPOT. BYE. B GRADE. FRANKSTON v. DROMAINkA. PEARCEDALE v. HASTINGS. RED HILL v. ROSEBUD. NAVAL DEPOT v. BAXTER. BALNARRING, BYE. s ,,,~ ^~~~~. :. ,--.~ I~~-.-...- -*-**- I-*I-*-**-**·---* The -Score Boa.rd if A GRADE. ~" " SOMERVILLE 11-11 d. MORNINGTON 6-15:," ` ' FRANKSTON 9-20 d. SORRENTO 9-12.1 NAVAL DEPOT 17-22 .. SEAFORD CARRUIM 25 =. B GRADE. STINGS-TIYABB 917 d. RED HILL ' 613 ROSEBUD 10-16 d. PEARCEDALE 810. I DROMANA 20.10 d. BAXTER 3-10:. BALNARRING d. -FRANKSTON (WALK OVER).", PLAZA THEATRE FRANKSTON Phone Frankston 407. Friday and Saturday, July 7 and 8 Barbara Stanwyck and Henry Fonda in The Mad Miss Manton Not Suitable for General Exhibition. Also Paris Honeymoon Starring Ed. Everett Horton, Bing Crosby, Shirley R and Akim Tamiroff Suitable for General Exhibition. A Color Cartoon, Water Babies and Topical Gazette Tuesday and Wednesday, July 11 and 12 Based on the fa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
Good Advertising Pays - Use Want Ads, 1/- for 14 Words T\HA ST A D S A VOTE FOR iee Your Newsagent Phon VV.A.I.. - I*D PRATT Phone Frankton 6. FRIDAY JULY 7 1939. -- PAGE FIVE. J. C. 'BRIENDF GRAIN, PRODUCE, EGG J. C. U'J 'lmV' " MERCHANT Public Market, Wells St., Frankston. PHONE: Frankston 108. After Hours, Somerville 254. R ST CHAFF eAG LF.Q ' .. 3/1 Green Tie .............. 5/3 reat, F .A.Q. . .. 5/9 Good Oaten ................ 4/9 Bran 5's ... . 7/3, Prime Wheaten .... .... .... 4/6 ollard, s 's .... 8/3 Light Oaten .... .... .. .... 3/6 ?wheatmeal 7's .... 8/3 Lucerne .... ........ . . .5/9 eed Oats, Good ...... 3/1 Hulled Oats, ,Good ........ 3/3 Straw .... ....... :.. ...'.. 2/9 Chick Grain, cwt.. ...... ... 8/6 Meggitts Meal ..0/ Laurel Kerosene 4's-.... .... 6/4 Maize MeOal, s .... 2/4 bush. . . ilicce'l 100 lbs . .....6/6 Sol-vit-ex- arlcey m eal, 100 lbs ., "'?.. 6/6 Cod Liver Oil: 6 gal. 4/3, 1 ?anize Oil eal ..:....: .... 8/6 gal 7/9, 5 gal. drum 6/9 gal. ggolen . .......
NEWS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
NEWS OF THE WEEKI 50/50 DANCE, Junior Hall, Saturday night. Novelties, competitions, sup per. Admission 1/. MUSIC INSTRUCTION. By advertisement in this issue Mr James F. Brown. organist and choir master of St. Paul's Church of Eng land. Frankston. announces that he is prepared to receive pupils for instruc tions in organ, piano, theory and har nmony. Appointments may be -ar ranged at "Killiehuntly," Melbourne road. Frankston. Mr Brown. who.was formerly organist and choirmaster; of Holy Trinity Cathedral, Wangaratta, has been notified by the Australian Music Examinations Board that ar rangements will be made for an :ex aminer to visit Frankston if ten or more candidates for the public exami nations in music are' presented. JUMBLE sale, Willard Hall, July .-14, High School Welfare League. Bar gains.
Election Surprise Mrs. Taylor Announces Withdrawl [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
Election Surprise oOo Mrs. Taylor Announces W ithdrawl 'The- decision of Mrs Allan Taylor, confirmed last night,' to withdrawv from the election field in .the Frank-. ston Riding of tlihe Shire of Fiankst6n and Hastings will come as a sui'prise' to the majority of residents of the rid ing, who anticipated a keen contest between the retiring member (Cr J. L. Pratt) and Mrs Taylor. In a. public . announcement in' this issue of the Standard Mrs Taylor states that unforeseen circumstances made it impossible to contest the seat as announced last week. The deci sion, it is understood, was made for lersonal reasons and against the ad vice of' a strong committee, who last light waited on her with a request to reconsider her decision.. _ . . .J':
INDOOR BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
INDOOR BOWL.S. Results of this week's matches: F.F.B. 24 d H'wives 9, Sports I 16 d Diggers B 12, Rsilways' 12 d:r ts~ A 10, Mt. Eliza 14 d, Diggers 6?.U~. I.O.O.D.. 13 .d -I.:B. Aux:. 11, Diggers B 15 .?',dDiggers Ccll; Sports' B.' 2ii a W.B.''A,1' 14 pig rsA'A''1;"Spris A;28 d M:u.lio.O.F. 13.
SWING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
SWING PARTY. ' "WoodbUr?r"'' the home of Mr and Mrs Beveridge, at" Bruarong avenue, Oliver's Hill, Frankston, will be the .setting of a "swing party," including dancing and cards, on Saturday, Aug ust 5. Proceeds are for the Ortho paedic section of the Children's Hos pital and Craft Hostel. Tickets for the .evening are 5/- each. The con vener is Mrs E. C. Hannah, and the ticket secretary Mrs E. Ramsdan. Her phone number is Mt. Eliza 284. FRANKSTON Fire Brigade Golden Jubilee Ball, Wattle Palais, Thurs day, August 24. Numerous prizes.
AFTER-STOCKTAKING BARGAIN SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
AFTER-STOCKTAKING BARGAIN SALE. Marshall's Drapery Emporium an nounce in this issue an after-stocktak ing bargain sale of men's colthing andeladiet' frocks, coats and hats, and childlren's wear". k large'. assortment of--ladies- and children's shoes-is also offbred. "'The -:sale will contiilue fo two week, and.. ii an'oppiorunity to th hrift. to es'ere bargains for a the family.: .
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 7 July 1939
FOOTBALL. The following teams have been se lected to represent Franlkston on Sat urday:-A Grade: H. McComb, F. Graham, A. Clapham, F. Beecroft, N. Sutton, D. Avery, E. McComb, B. Gooda, T. Alderson, E. Rosenbrock,. R. Staff, S. Osmond, S. Peters, J. Benson, .L. Brown, C.. .Lovitt, H. 'Downs, W. Prendergast; 19th man, W. .Hebt street. The bus will leave Wheeler's corner at 2 p.m. sharp. B Grade: M McFarlane, A. Petrie, E. Bond, D. Henderson, C. Wilson, S. Hart, R. Benson, K. 1Flynn, R. Williams, W.. Petrie, T. Young, R. Malcolm, J. Lee, W. McComb, H. Allen, L. Symons, :J. Peters, C. Coxall. Emergencies: E. Myers, A. Scarce. Players are asked to be in attendance at '2.15' p.m. OBTAIN your timber, iron, cement, bricks and all building requirements at competitive rates from Central Timber Yard.