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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 12 May 1939
PROFESSIONAL Phone 29 Frankston. Box 25 Frankston W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. 588 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON House, Land and Insurance Agent. Furnished and Unfurnished Rents Carefully Collected. Houses To Let ,~ ·? r? I ........ .S~-=3_ . ? ?__" .?.? ~~~.?- C.:? j_ E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLLINS .ST., MELBOURNE Phone: F4700. Formerly employed by William S. Cook and McCallum). Attends Frankston Wednesday af ternoons, 2.30 to 5, and may be con sulted at the office of Mr W. J. Mc Lean, Estate Agent, Bay Street. Private Address: Park Road, Chel tenham. ROBERT C. TAYLOR, LL.B. SOLICITOR Residence: Oliver's Hill, Frankston. Phone 455. Office: Mason's Buildings, Attends Mornington last Friday in Month, Somerville and Hastings, Hastings Court Days, Cranbourne, Council Days: Trust Moneys to Lend. WILLIAM S. COOK & MCCALLUM SOLICITORS Temple Court (5th Floor) No. 422 COLLINS ST.,MELBOURNE Attendances: DROMANA. 1st Wednesday in month FRANKSTON: Ev...
Church Notes FRANKSTON METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 12 May 1939
FRANKSTON METHODIST The service at the Methodist Church on Sunday night took the form of a Song Service, and was at tended by a good congregation. " Mr. Zuppinger led tihe service and a full choir, conducted by Miss Eunice Bar clay, led the singing. Many favorite hymns were chosen by members of the congregation, and sung heartily by those present, and the service wad fittingly closed 'by the preacher, who delivered a very impressive address. Next Saturday, 14 May, is to be ob served as Mothers' Day, when ilhe preachers are-at 11 a.m., Mr. Wall, 7- p.m., Mr. F. Jenkin,' B.A: Rev. G. A., Osmond is at present spending his annual vacation at Rochester. FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN Children of the school and League of Worship are keenly interesting themselves in Mother's Day, gunday, May 14, and it will not-be their fault if parents are not present in strength The Rev. F. Butdhers will preach morning and evening, and conduct the service at Baxter in the afternoon. At Somerville in the evening,...
SKATING. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 12 May 1939
SKATING. Skating is in ,'full swJing at the Wat tie Cafe Hall, Frankston, every Mon day, Tuesday and Friday. at 7.45 p.m. Expert tuition is available- at. all ses sions. Private lessons by appoint tment. Be in the fashion and" skate this winter. There are 200. paiis of easy-running skates, 'available. Get ready for the opening winter snow carnival on Mondy, May 22. , Plenty of prizes, novelties, and exhibitions by Melbourne's leading skaters. Learn the latest skdting steps to music and be graceful.,
FREE TICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 12 May 1939
FREE TICKETS. Last Saturday's tickets went to two residents of Beach street. The Standard is in great demand at Ipresent. The Fi'ankston newsagent was sold out againt on Saturday. Don't be disappointed-make sure of your copy by asking your agent to deliver it every week. If you miss the Standard you miss local news and local views, as well as a chaance of free Plaza. Theatre tickets.
Footballers of the pas[?] Memories of Champions FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 12 May 1939
Footballers of the Pas ----... ,, o ?.o . Memories of Champions (By E.J.T.) SITZROY. The Maroons' team of 1903 included champions whose feats on. the foot- ball field brought honor and glory to their club. The captain was "Jerry" Brosnan, a footballeler par excellence and an able skipper. Seated with him in the front row of the group I have before me are "Chrissie" Kier- nan; "Tammie" Beecham, "Billy" Mc Speerin, Bartlett, "Geoff" Moriarty (father of goal-sneak Jack of recent times), Fred Fontaine, Jim Sharp (I think the father of Micky Sharp, the present-day rover), and the incom- parable Percy Trotter. Many people claim Bunton to be the greatest footballer of all time. Well, they did not see the famous Percy. Best, Martin Griffiths and poor Mark Shea complete the front row. Mark was a good fellow, and was as successful and popular in the business world as, he was on the football field. His death a few weeks ago was lamented by hundreds of "1900" fans. Jenkins, "Boxer" Milne, big, ...
STANDARD CYCLE TROPHY Won by Bailey in Record Time [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 12 May 1939
STANDARD CYCLE TROPHY Won by Bailey in Record Time The commencement of the road cing season of the club opened last I turday with a 15-miles handicap r a trophy donated, by the Frank on Standard Newspapers. The pre (dent (Mr C. Gray) in a few well osen words, congratulated the ub on its promising season ahead d appealed to every rider to play e game for the game's sake, and ished them success. The course was from Phillips' Radio ervice to Mornington, returning to rankston and finishing at- the bowl g green. There was quite a 'good tendance of riders, and the veteran ider, C. Paxman, -was off as, limit an. Before reaching Olivers .Hill, * Nash had gear.;trouble .and. had to etire from the race.. Good time was oade. Results:. Chas. Bailey, ,(scr.) 1; K. reasure (30 sees.): 2; C. Hanson (4.30) 3. First and fastest time C. ailey (scr.), 39-57, which was the ecord time for the club. on this ourse. The margin between first and -sec end was only a length with about 4 lengths to Hanson. :Fa...
NEWS OF THE WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
NEWS OF THE WEEK As -advertised'in this issue, Miss Mer.vynne Ehlore,.A.L.C.M. teacher of elocution, voice production and dramatic art, will receive or visit pupils at their holnes. " Miss Elhnore's pi'ivate address' is "Dawnwoods", 6 Jasper Terrace and Yuile street, Frankston.
OBITUARY Mr. S. GREENSLADE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
UOBITUARY --o- Mr. S. GREENSLADE. Mr. Stephen Greenslade, aged 77 years, died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. F. A. Parker, Evelyn street, Frankston, on Tuesday, May 9. Mr. Greenslade was on a~'visit to his daughter. He was an old resi dent of Kennedy's Creek, where he selected land and worked on it alm'ost ever since. He leaves a wife, six daughters and three sons. The funeral took place on Wednes day, May 10, the remains being inter red in the Frankston Cemetery. Rev. F. Butchers read the burial service. Mr. Hector Gamble conducted the funeral arrangements. `
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
FRANK.STON. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Australian tea held. on Thurs day, was keenly ,enjoyed by a large company of people. On Sunday, the Rev. F. 'Butchers will conduct the services at Frankston morning and evening, and at Somer ville in the afteinoon. Keen interest is- being taken at Somerville i-:n a united seri'ce on- Sunday. 28t1?? inst. terian. and, Methodist chturcheys ;will co-operate. General rret l.felt at the early departure,from the districtof Mr. A: Wilkie, whose work has been greatly appreciated by members ,of the -diff ferent churches.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
PROFESSIONAL Phone 29 Frankston. Box 25 Frankst W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. -, 588 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON" House, Land and Insurance Agent. Furnished and Unfurnished Rents Carefully Collected. ouses E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLLINS ,ST., MELBOURNE Phone: F4700. Formerly employed by W1lliam S. Cook and McCallum). Attends Frankston' Wednesday af ternoons, 2.30 to 5, and may be con sulted at the office of Mr W. J. Mc Lean, Estate Agent, Bay Street. Private Address: Park Road, Chel tenham. ROBERT C. TAYLOR, LL.B. SOLICITOR Residence: Oliver's Hill, Frankston. Phone 455. Office: Mason's Buildings, Attends Mornington last Friday in Month,' Somerville and 'Hastings, Hastings Court Days, Cranbourne, Council Days. -Trust Moneys to Lend. WILLIAM S. COOK & MCCALLUM SOLICITORS Temple Court (5th Floor) No. 422 COLLINS ST.,MELBOURNE Attendances: DROMANA: 1st Wednesday in month FRANKSTON: Every Tuesday morn ing and on Saturday mornings from 9 to 10....
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
IN MEMORIANi EVAJNS-In loving memory of my dear husband, Samuel, also our father, who died May 9, 1937. Lost awhile but not forever, Are the loved ones we have known, Those in Christ death cannot sever They are lost to sight alone. Life is eternal, our love will re main, . In God's own time we shall meet again. -Inserted by his loving wife, Mag gie, sons, daughters-in-law and grand-children. COVENTRY-In .loving memory of our dear daughter and, sister, Leila Bell, who passed away on May 21. Aged 137_ years. How oft that dear beloved face Smiles from the larid of rest. -Inserted by her loving parents, sis ters and brothers. Frankston. COVENTRY-In loving memory. of our dear sister, Leila who passed away on May 21, 1938. God saw what was betore you, And what you' would have to bear, And, looking down, He thought it best To take you in her care. -Inserted by her loving-.sister and brother-in-law, Margaret and Ted.
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
SLANGW ARRI ' Oni May 8 Cr :and iMrs -I. H. Lloyd entertained 'about 200 guests in the Memorial Hall to celebrate the comnt iug-of-age of "their second eldest son, 'Mr Leslie Lloyd.: Among the guests in'-ited. were: many': business people "whom Mr- iL Lloyd daily comes in contact,; .while t-"ransacting business for the.firm of J. Lloyd and Sons. The hall. was decorated with streamers, balloons and flowers, and presented a very gay. appearance, which was add' ed to by the many beautiful dresses wornbhythe ladies "'as the dancers glided ::,to and ifro: to the strains of music ssupplied ' by Leo Payne's or chestra: The guests were received by Cr and Mrs; Lloyd and Mr L. Lloyd. Artists - who .added .greatly to the evening's enterotainment were MIss Zel Mainners;: of Melb'ourne, and IMr Kellet and .Mr :Bowiman, of Chelsea. `After a v:.ery .delicio'us and bountiful supper' had? beeni?served, toasts pro posed and honored' : were the Kin.l bY Mr Iesa Paynie, ho acted as master of ceremonies...
U.C.P. DISTRICT COUNCIL SUGGESTED FOR PENINSULA [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
U.C.P DISTRICT COUNCIL ,SUGGESTED FOR PENINSULA -:There was a good attendance of members of the Boeno branch, United Country Party :at its meetinig on Thursday last, M1ay 11. In .the ab-. scence of the President the chair. was occupied by Cr. M. Creighton. The meeting vas addressed by Mr. H. M. Dow-d, cheif organiser, who out lined progress which,has been made liy the Party. ,A :discussion ensued as to ways of stimulating' increased. activity among branches in. the Mornington Penin sula. Outlining :a suggestion, Mr. Dowd said that if branches- on.the Morning ton Peninsula were linked up with a district -council he felt sure that 'it. would be-an-advantage. . Political and local pioblems could--: e ,approached n and much good work leffected, iMr. G. T. Allnutt, whdo accompanied Mr. Dowd, said -that he' considered the' proposal a good one,: and that.: it should ':be" considered, '':. Tihe chairman.(Mr. Creighton) com mended the proposal for a" district council. He said that such a cou...
TENNIS CLUB EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
gTENNIS CLUB: EVENING. -. Bowls: of cacti and autumn colored chrysanthemums were attractively ar ranged in the foyer. and; reception rooms of Frankston House, when members, and friends of: members. of the Frankston Tennis .Club gave ,lan evening: in .honor-ofMiss. Nora: Grose and Mr Wilbur Croskell, whose wedding took 'place on May 0,137 Krazy ;.whist .was :indulged in until supper time. The :winners were Miss Nora Grose and Mr.: Murray -McFar lane. Mr. ?Linfdsay Webster's ':tactical play was rewarded with th the booby prize. A tasty buffet supper was served, during which the president presented to the guests of honor a. blackwood standard lamp. Mr. .Croskell suitably responded. A. novel and entertaining, although rather exhausting, game of "Cutip, commonly ;inown -as ".Bugs," brought a very enjoyable .evening to a. close. Mrs.. Colin Coghill was, the winner, Mr:. Ron Sanders -and:: Mr.. 'Ciyde Croskell being runners-up. Thse preseesent were:-Mrs.: Grose and Mr. and Mrs. C Croskell ...
WATTLE PALAIS DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
SwATTLE PALAIS DANCE. The dance at the Wattle Palais on' Saturday night asi. , well,, attended. everybodyi-appreciated the . removal of the orchestra from the platform to the floor.-- The hall was beautifully decorated and helped to make the evening even brighter. , The Pride of Erin dance was won by Mr. H. Robertson .and , Miss J. Pratt. The final of a series of com petitions will take place 'next Satur day night .and the dance chosen will be the "circular waltz. - The couple with the most points- will receive a trophy.
FOOTBALL JOTTINGS FRANKSTON DEFEATS SORRENTO [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
FOOTBALL JOTTINGS FRANKSTON DEFEATS SORRENTO Frankston's display at Sorrento was a real test of the team's strength. Although excellent football was played by imost members of the team, players promoted from the B grade did excellently. Fine displays were given' by men in the key positions, Harry Peters and H. McCom'b rendering fine service. Aided by the wind and an impreg nable back line, one which Harry, the captain, was unbeatable, Frankston in the first and third quarters gave Sor rento at clean sheet. At the last change Frankston led by 11.9 to 2.5, but Sorrento, with the breeze in the last term, added 6.3 to Frankston's 1.1, making the final scores: Frankston 12.11, Sorrento 8.8. Frankston's exploitation of handball throughout the game had Sorrento on the defensive. Avery and Prender gast shone in the ruck. Others notice able for good work were Clapham, Yates and Sutton. For Sorrento, Matthews -as out standing, with Knight,. Peters; Falck, W. White and Jennings giving great su...
PUBLIC MUST HELP. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
PUBLIC MUST HELP. -. (To the Editor.) Sir,--May I be permitted through the columns of your, paper to make an appeal to the public of Frankston for support on behalf of the Frank ston Football Club. As most football followers know, the 1939 premiership means -much .to Frankston, as. with it goes absolute (possession of the "Cerberus" Cup. This cup was donated by the ?;naval depot some years ago for competition among the various clubs of the Penin sula, to be retained by the club win ning the premiership three years-. in succession. Your club has won the last two, and we are making a gallant effort to win this, thel third and vital -one. To carry on a football club money is needed, and it is to this end that I desire to appeal-to the public of Frankston. I would point out that it costs approximately f£12, ,per week to place the two Frankston teams in the field. To raise this quota each week is no small task and the rather small band of workers who are set this task find it impossible ...
LEAGUE DELEGATES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 19 May 1939
LEAGUE DELEGATES At the meeting of the delegates of the Peninsula Football at Mornington on Wednesday. night the disqualifica tion of Max Mannix was lifted, sub ject to the approval of the Balnarring Club, and a clearance was granted to Victor. NEW BALL. r Approval was expressed of the new Kromo football (canvas. and leather). Discussion on the suitability of the ball for finals was withheld. Seaford-Carrum club was notified that the Carrum Park was considered unsuitable for future matches, and that succeeding ganies must be play ed on the Seaford ground. LEAGUE BALL. Delegates discussed the advisability. of holding the annual League ball during the season instead of at its conclusion. Members stated that the ball held at the conclusion of the sea son was. likely to' lose patronage be cause interest in football had.waned by that time. The matter will be dis cussed at the next meeting.