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FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

S FRUIT. The ruitt clssses were better coll tested ad nd lessrs 'Joseeph Jordau, (Burwood) and J G. Mtutfoad. (Flln ders -Lane) thbe jti ges, spoke nppreeia tirely of tLo fruit exhibited by Mr Rr'-J: Cl'trnell, the well ' knownl Somerville grower, who nltuexe'l most of the prizes. til a'lest collectio'n" was -'rely te :uting, although the second prize,, e.xhibiitl by Mi.r John Clark,,. of Lnmgwarrin, was testily al ranged Mr Tlio?lnell see?lredi firs prize for cdoking pears, .light plums, peror-A lexelltltr, l Alfriston, llid the best collection, besides being second in several 'elasses. Messrs John Clarke (Langwarrinl) and C. S. Cor lett (Frankston) were the other most successful' exhibitors, alth.:ugh 5\' s srs A. Davey (Mt Elieza), Ridout Bros (Lnugearrin), J. II. Roborston (East Richmond), P. J. lMurray (Frankston) and Mirs H BIineham (Frankston), and Misses Jessie..Wells and Mary Wilcox also shared in the distribution of prizes.

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FLOWERS AND PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

- FLOWERS AND PLANTS. The entries under the above head ing wore very limited, and the judge, i4Mr G. Pockett, of Kew, had quite an easy time of:it. A Langwarrln on thusiast, Mr W. Aisbett, won Mr Jae Lamble's prize for three varieties of dahlias and likewise the prize for best throee varioties. The sunflowers were. rather nice, so far as size and brilliance was concerned, nid the prizea, ir. order went to Mr V. Wells (Frankston) and Mr C. E. Wood (Mt Eliza).- .Mrs J. Francis, of Cran bourne, scored with carnations, but there were no entries for at least 12 lassese, which Is surely disappoinuing.

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Pastry and Cakes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

Pastry and Cakes 'A. very tasty collection-judged by the well-known; Frnkestnd baker, .Mir W; B. Cunningham. Mesdames Klenk .and Amery, of Northote,o;.won sever al prizes, but the local.: ladies were well to the fore. .'ise KWitty Feldman (Franketon) won first prize for fruit cake, but when she went to take the cake at six o'clock, it had'vani dhod I We understand a prosecution is to follow. Soones (to be'made by girls under 18) was won .by Miss Hilda Wilcox, of Franlcston, . from? Miss V Chittendon, of Carrum Downs, who was also second to Mrs XI. Ridout, of Frankston, with home made bread.

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FANCY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

;FANCY. WORK. This was the most? attractive class in the pavilion. and was a source of delighf to: tho liies.- - The judges were two Toorak' idlies-Mesdanmes C. E Sargood; ind W. S. Howatson. The peoplo admiring the fancy work wereo particularly' :pleasod with the handicraft of' \iss Pansy Lloyd. of Frankston, wiho socured first prize for d'oyly,;:. table centre, and collection of fancy work, 'hich-carries with it D. &'W. Chandler's gift. .I ss Vera Crocker,'.. of: Crauibourone, won o the crochet prizes,: whilst Mliss Violet Gamble. of Fraukstdnn, socurcd first for best piece.of needlework. Mlrs Hague, of Frankstotsiloxhibited some handiwork in .mht mnkling.

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Farm Produce [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

eFarm Produce Th maize exhibit were good-Mr Scott, a Lyndhurst grower, defeating Mrs Bert Stephene, of Franketon, for first place.-Mr John Clarke, of Lang warrin, "ecured the prizes for oaten hay and chaff, Mesars Ridont Bros being'seoond in eaoh: :instance.

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DAIRY PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

DAIRY PRODUCE The bees were evidently on strike, as there were-no exhibits in Honey. but Dairy Produce attracted better entries. Seven aspired to butter-mak ing honors, and the judges-Messrs D. Stowart, of Seaford, and J. Hogan. of Frankston-awarded the local lad ies, Mrs.A. W. Latto ad Mises-Pansy Lloyd the preferences, whilst highly recommending .Mrs Chittendon, of Carrum Downs. The egg prizes were won by Mrs J. Lloyd (Franketon), Mrs Robeitson (Richmond) an I Miss Quarterman, of Moondah. -

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The Frankston Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

The Frankston Pictures. The .Frank;ton Picture Co Ltd. held.its iuisinl show ou Saturday last to a full house: li fact money had to be returned and several persons disip-, point· d by having their mjoney. retur ned, as the house was full. A good prog:amme- was'o provided and , some curiosity fel by. old clients of ,the Band Piotures to see what the newv management could do. AAs previously mentioned in these colums a o".w 4? cylinder engifro and :17. amp. nimo had been fastalled, and the p j?ctor sent to 'the city to be th ,,ughly overhauled. The managem t also nado- rlangements for- ai perator from thQ Majestic Theatre-to lake charge. U.nfortunatoly, at the last fnoiiieut this opera'or was not avail able on account of the great demand in the City due to the loss of current there caused by thlr strike. After these preliminary arrangements the Director felt that - they had loft nithing to ,haice . and wore prep ared to guarantee their show to pie; tare patrons. Seteral unfortunate bre...

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

POULTRY.. th' vcrious. birds heo exhibited sue needed in winning most of the prizea. Messrs F. Timms (Frankston) and H. Merrott (Dyndonong) weor sccessful' with ducks and geese respectively. whilst Mrs M. E. Russell (Langwar rin) won with Indian Games and Mr C. Haywood, of Somerville, with dice Rhode Islands, which, with the Black Orpingtons and Silver Lacoed Wyan dottes, looked particularly attractive. Mr A. C.:Conacher, of tialvern, won the bantam events, and later sold the ben for l l0s

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Frankston Bowling Green The Question of Site Not Yet Decided. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

Frankston Bowling Green The Question of Site Not Yet Decided. Mr Milner Macmaster, hon, sec., Frankston Bowling Club, writes;- Sir,-Kindly allow me 'pace to say a few words about next .Thurs day's meeting to consider matters connected with the recently formed Frankston Bowling Club.' The . in terest of- bowvlers may le. assumned, but up.to this,.owing to the lack of the water supply which'reticulation has now given us, there has beien no green,' and as a reiilt players are few, but `as olir Shire- Presiderit pointed out at the ptiblic meeting he convened the other day, a bowingsg green is an invaluable .nsset "t a't pleasure , resort like Frankston. Thleie are thousands of quietly pros-. perotis men in the suburbs obf Mel bourne. who -regard -the- bowling green not only as a playground but as an open air club. 'Many of tlher? play comparatively little, but they meet men of-all classes and of.. all sects and" parties, enjoy a noltoki and a chat, incidoentally furthering many'local mo...

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Vegetables [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

Vegetables There was ia moderato display of vegetables, anild local growers piracti cally scooped the pool-Messrs C. E. Wood, P. Ansell, G. Barnett, C. S. Corlett, W. Deane, R. Morgan, Rol and Gray and Mesdames A. W. Latto and G. Williams, with Mr A. Nichol, Cheltenham,. beirng tile. prize takers. The onionsgrown by Mr Morgan were extra fine quality, :bh t generally speaking the vegetables wore good.

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The Shire Quarries Opened by Chairman of Country Roads Board [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

The Shire Quarries I Opened by Chairman of Country Roads Board i Tireh opening of the Stone Quarrler rat Mooroodue on Friday, January proved o notable event, destined tc prove memorable in the history ol the district's development. Met onrompetenl to express an opinion or the subject give the unqualiloid vor dict that the Council of the Shire of Frankstonand Hastings has done thb right thing in eatablishing ai iridue try ho vital to the needs of the rmunn cipallity.-- The greatneed of the dar is for roads-and yet mere roads. The eouncil, assisted by the Conutr3 Roads Boardt, las not been unwillin. to supply all reasonable demands for improved thor'oughfares, but in many initances conlstruction has iron re, tarded, owing to the inability to oh tatin adequate supplies of road maln lug material. In establishing qunr ries and cruslhing plant of its own it the heart of the shire, the couunil has- became independent of outside supplies, and although the initial cost had been heavy, the ul...

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EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

EDITORIAL'. : I, HE EDITOR invites :original short, practical articles or cor-. espondence dealing with matters of importance to the -development of the Mornington. Peninsula as ins whole, and' is at all time' pleased to hear'the various opinions of those interested in matters of local interest and impdrtniace. W. Clarled, the Yomig Street but cher, supplies sidoes mutton at 8d per lb-prime mutton too. -

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Seaford Picnic Sports Everybody Heartily Invited and Expected [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

ISeaford Picnic Sports Everybody Heartily Invited and Expected At the meeting of the Seaford Progress Association on Saturday night the Amusement Committee presented the following report: Gentlemen,- We have the honor to report that the Amusements Com mittee has had several meetings since their appointment, and arrangements have now been made to have a day's outing on Foundation Day, January 31st. In the morning a sports pro gramme has been compiled for the children, anid' the following races will be rui between 10 and 12 a.m. : Girls' Rice, from 6 to 8 years, 50 yards, 1st, 2nd nd 3rd prizes, all to receive a prize. Boys' Race from 6 to 8 years, 50 yards, same prizes as above. Sack Race, 100 yds, entry fee 6d, post entry, 1st and 2nd prizes. Girls' and' Boys' Races, from 8 to 10 years, 75 yards, 1st, 2nd oand 3rd prizes. Egg and Spoon Race, 50 yards, open to, all comers, 1st and 2nd prizes. Girls' Skipping Race, 100 yirds, 10 to 14 years,lst and 2nd prizes. Boys' Boot' Scramble, 50...

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DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

DAIRY CATTLE. There were four entries for the Best Dairy Cow owned in the Shires of Frankston & Hastings and Morn- ington--- two in the name of Mr. A. W. Gamble, of Frankston, one by Mr V. Stott, of Baxter, and the remain ing one by Mr. Hutchinson, of Som- erville. They were a classy lot, and the judge, Mr. Robt. Anderson, of the Murrumbeena district, awarded the Society's Champion Ribbon to Mr Stott's, and second to Mr Gamble's. Mr. Stott afterwards sold the winner to Mr. Marshall, of Baxter, for £35.

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"As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

"As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula         Those people, who have been in- quiring for copies of "The Standard" (Jan. 7th, 1921, issue) are advised that we now have a limited number   of that issue for sale The death of a boy named Victor   Mervyn Walton is reported from Cowes, Phillip Island. He was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs Joe Walton and was only seven years of age. In 1835, John Pascoe Fawkner sent a vessel from Lancaster to Western- port, but the master reckoned "the port was ineligible for settlement," and went along and started the settle- mont which by evolutionary stages became Melbournoe. Gee, we missed something that time! All because   we had not a mud pool like the smell- ful Yarra!   The Y.W.C.A are conducting a Girls Camp at Seaford. The party includes girls from Bendigo and all parts of the State. Sports in the Bittern and Balnarr- ing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

Come and Inspect the New - PRODUCE and HARDWARE   STORE at- BALNARRING   The finest Foods always on hand at the lowest rates. Meggitt's Famous Foods, and Law Somner's Tip Top Seeds. Motor Oils, Farm Oils and Benzine. A large display of Gardening Tools, Kitchen Utensils, Sporting Ammunition, and General Farming Requisites to be had at most reasonable prices. Also Chaff, Bran, Pollard, Wheat, Oats, Barley Maize, Poultry Foods. etc. RON W. STONE (Late 39th Batt., A.I.F.), Proprietor Balnarring TRUE VALUE IN MEAT— If you want Service Quality and Full Weight. deal here and you may depend on getting them. Should you be unable to call, phone us or write and we shall forward what you want quickly. the choicest Smallgoods stocked— We vouch for the goodness of all meat sold here. W. CLARKE BUTCHER   Young Street FRANKSTON The Frankston College Held in the Church of England School Buildings. SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Thorough grounding guaranteed. Reduct...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

'The Grange" DAIRY E. BARBER Successor to J. C. Murphy (Late A.I.F. 4 years) Special Milk for Infants and Invalids Phone — 55 Frankston Commonwealth Bank of Australia General Banking Business in the Principal Cities and Towns of Australia and Rabaul (New Britain); London (B) Savings Bank Department at all Branches and Savings Bank Agencies at 2002 Post Offices throughout South Australia and at Papua, New Britain Solomon, and other Islands of the Pacific   3½% Interest on Deposits up to £1,o0o. 3% Interest on Amounts over £1,000 up to £1,800. JAMES KELL, Sir DENISON MILLER, K.C.M.G,   Deputy Governor July 1st. 1920 Governor         KEAST BROS. (Late T. Ritchie and Co.)   Wholesale and Retail Produce & Grain Merchants FRANKSTON. We carry Large Stocks of Chaff & Grain of all kind Sugar, Kerosene and Manures. We invite a share of public patronage. All Goods Sold at Lowest Possible ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 21 January 1921

Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON, Progressive Ironmongers   Playne Street, Frankston   Good Assortment Glasware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash CARS — HIRE M.C. BRODY Late A. I. F. Bay Street Frankston Phone 1 Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, January 22 VEILED ADVENTURE — featuring The Queen of the Shadow Stage Constance Talmadge   A Picture To See and Remember         Supporting Programme includes Nat Gould's "The Gentleman Rider" Children's - Depot For Christmas Confectionery   Miss BLAKE Bay Street Frankson     GROCERIES Department will cease to trade after 7 p.m.   The numerous children who patronise her shop are specially requested to note this fact. B. PURDY, C A R R I E R, FRANKSTON. Any Letters will receive prompt reply CITY ADDRESSS — Royal Saxon Hotel, Elizabeth Street.   H. F. BRAY CARRIER an...

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Miss Gladys Moncrieff [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

Miss Gladys Moncrieff Miss Gladys Moncrieff, of the Roy al Comic Opera Company, spent Sunday last at Frankston with her friend , Mr and Mrs' Ben Baxter. Miss Moncrieff is now playing the principal part in ."The Maid of the Mouuntainjs" at the Theatre Royal.

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Our Langwarrin Letter A Gala Night at the Langwarrin Camp [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921

Our Langwarrin Letter i A Gala Night at the Langwarrin Camp Despite the intense heat a lasge number of people, estimated at nearly 1000, assembled at the Military Camp, Langwarrin, on Monday evening last, the occasion being Major' Conder's farewell to the district. The pro ceedings commpuced with a picture show, when one of Nat Gould's racing stories was screened. After the pictures the Railwsy Institute Orches tra entertained the ,audience with hboice selections of music. fDuring an interval- Mr T. 3J. McleMrtrie, as chairman, announced that a presentation would be made beMajor Condar as ai mark of eateenm, and regard from residents of Baxter and Langwarriu. He called on Mr J. Nott Marsh, president of the Langwarrin Progress Association, to make the presentation. Mr Marsh paid a high -compliment to Major Conder's courtesy. and his ready help extended to any person or public bodies requiring assistance. The hon. see. of the Progress Assoc iatior (Mr Geo. Upton). also spoke in terms ...

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