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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949

DEATH     COOK.—On September 7 at Frankston Community Hospital,       Harriet May, loving wife of late Eb. Cook, and beloved sister of   A. L. Siggers and B. Gray, and brother-in-law of Will Gray. 

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949

IN MEMORIAM MILLINGTON.—   memories of ed away on 1948. —Inserted by her band, Will, Mavis. POTTON.—In   wife, Henrietta passed away 1946. Years pass on. But memories —Inserted by her POTTON.—In loving my dear mother Emma Pottob, September 14, There is a membrance and wishes We take that one we —Inserted by Ronald, daughter grandchildren

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEMPE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949

TEMPE The Rev. the preath methodist night, and, perance Sa Paul's od5 Chap. 1. v zenship he of Christ." pplains 0I ward depor citizenship Cliristiafl' There ar that are as saeh and girls. e and the li to good d do our a wrong RaI surely sred zenslip, ues to tt maniaalit ults. IlithdM tions, d frequentl "cohklta and da citizens' fluenre to use of at functiors

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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The Standard Home magazine [?]PEAN JOURNEY (PART V.) [?]TE D'AZUR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949

gffLaq-a PEAN JOURNEY (BY NINA BICK) (PART V.) TE D'AZUR eak the trair It had beer at in a stuffy seven othel ng a peasant geons going tc ter the train stood at the 0some break the blue Medi to view. On nearly twelve Carcassonne, of the inevit nd grapes, and ss to the love erite. jett' I climb e steps to the an old tower s Bay. Im 1up a picnic the afternoon ng in the love ean. and sleep rocks. evening I met hmen who had alais. Derrick 1 Waugh were charged from Swas reading ambridge and on. Their coin ed Royal Navy sworth. The eir money and Tom, Chancel er, Raoul was errick keeper ut 50 young he club, most s, so we Eng pooled oui ether. morning was t across in the ascinating few in the town francs we od to last the ays, and then a wonderful to a "tres bon unch. e cooked our en stone fire e hunger from ming. We ate hot "goulash," ck coffee, and e talking. rning was wet e treated our ast of bacon ry to anyone r party was tish boys, Eric n McDonald, could speak lost among the tal studen...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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BANJO [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949

BANJO The Frankston a concert at Frankston ics' on Septemol house. It was a g appreciated m Proceeds go Kerr Memorial benefit considen

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Town Major of Homs Major W. P. Cashman, M.C. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 15 September 1949

THE STANDARD. Thursday,   Town Major of Homs Major W. P. Casharan, M.C. THE TIME - October, 1918. THE PLACE. - Homs - 120 miles North of Damascus, Syria. THE MAN. - Bill Cashman, an original Anzac; prominent bookmaker; member of Long Island Country Club, Tat tersall's, Caulfield R.S.L., and Caulfield Sports Clubs; and father of Miss Pat Cashman, representing the Op-   portunity Clubs of Victoria in the 1949 "Mliss Austialia" Quest.. Major .W. P. Cashman, M.C.,   was Town Major of Horns in 1918; but there's an interesting story preceding this important appointment. Born at Coburg, Bill Cashman, now a member of the "50 and over" community, went through St. Patrick's College, East Mel bourne, to join the Law Depart ment, in the Public Service. Torpedoed with the Infantry. In August, 1914, he enlisted in the First A.I.F. and sailed away on the Ulysses in May, 1915, with the original 21st Battalion 6th. In- fantry Brigade. This thrills, durinig Worl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

PAGE RITCHIES OF FRANKSTON " IICENSED GROCERS RITCHIE'S BLUE LABEL DRY SHERRY "EXCELLENT VALUE" 3/3 BOTTLE "TRUE VALUE AND FRIENDLY SERVICE" No need to bu new Lounge Suites or Caret Our proved . , odern leaning process on the spot in our own home restores your furnishings like new. ,c1Ytret'g SElVICE . ?oe //// . !11 AUBl RKE At l, . "I.llý *PRATT'S SMELRAY STORE TINNED APRICO-TS: An IDEAL Summer Dessert OPP. STATION PHONE 22 YOUR DOCTO9S BRING IT TO . . . HANTON'S PHARMACY BAY :: STREET, i .:..9 . FRIA ICKSTON ..: N" ý,",:' GO' . - '. ,-NE 606: ". :- Phone: Frankston 37.-:. SHOP AT ., . . -SHAPCOTT'S 'DELICATESSN: ... - FOR COOKED MEATS.AND DRESSED POULTRY :. : : .. •·: ...·'' · -5 1 .- .. .:: :.. :,ho,,- F..:,? o. :. ..... l'

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GRAND NATIONAL NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

GRAND NATIONAL NIGHT (By "Call Boy") In : their' production of Grand National ,Night, the .Frank'ston Theatre Group has added another outstanding success to its already 'tonig- list.. The half-empty houses of Thursday and Friday: nights, eemed :to endorse a fairly ividely.: held view that the Grcup's .preyious show, .didn't "get pver"-=then again it might have been the weather. The .public is an.. undoubted judge of. entertainmnent .:values, but in: this -.case, all who; imissed, Grand National. Night have reia-, sonf to regret -their absence, as the show- must- rank with ':-the Gioup's- best. :Rarely; has an amateurl. show, the perfect, cast, but in this in stance, r ill Williams is :t6- be congratulated °' on'-. having- fitted" such a fine' cast ..to- such -a `very good:'pl.y: His iesultarity'success' should; provide an object lesson' to .iamateur .'prc'ducers ?who co.irn mence': with preconceived i".'deas of a cast andr how' to- fit a play to theiri. m . Not only: did he select a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

BILLY McMaAHON. a member of Children's Club.

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LIST OF MEMBERS (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

LIST OF MEMBERS (Continued) James Ilott, Mentone; Margaret Jacob, Mentone; Elaine Jater, Mordialloc; Berice Jewell; Toora. North; Eric Jewell, Toora North; Peter Jewell; Toora North'; -Rodney Jewell, Toora North; Victor Jewell, Toora North; Lois, Jelliffe, Mordialloc;; Lenace: Johnson,- Frankston;, Mer vyn. Johnstone, :.Meritone; .-Ethel. Jones,.. 'Moorooduc; Rosemary: Joyce, Mentone. Phyllis Kann,..Mordialloc; John Keillor, Geelong Wiest; Margaret Keillor,i Geelong -,Wept; Claire Kelly, North' B'ighthn; Pat Kel ly Frankston; Beverley Kerby, Parkdale; Florence Kerville, Mordialloc; James Kerville, Mordialloc; Geoffrey Kilburn, Mornington; Janet Kilburn, Mornington; Joan Kilner, Beau marls;-.Kevin Kilner, Beaumaris; Brian Kinder, Morniigton; Pam ela:: Kinder, Mornington; Eliza beth._King i Mentone; .Kaye King, Mentone; Audrey ,Kirby, Park dale; "Elaine= Kirby, Parkdale; Margaret Knight, Mentone; Fay?. cKnight, Mentone. (To' be cortinued 'neaxt week)

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Stage Door "TRELAWNY OF THE WELLS" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

IStage . A.: NIGHITER" SDoor .-'WELS.; *.TRkiLAWNY- OF THE WEILLS" This: -lays!is.rilten to entertain =--this it. does to perfection. Amongd a very critical audience, there, was nothing but praise. for the performance. of this 'evei green iplay by Pinero. It is a story of the lovely: Rose Trelawney, actress .: and' favorite of the "Weil,;"--the mythical counter pairt to the Sadler's Wells London. Her admirers-some of whom live. at Mrs.: Mossop's boarding house, are. characters drawn true to. life--and come to life in the present prodtiction at the National Theatre. There is old:world charm pres ent with the frocking, etc. of the period-a period when many .tiaditional aristocratic families were full of stuffiness and prud ery afflicting all within range. Among Rose's. admirers is one tArthhr.G0owler--nof such a family. '..:A'ftterldl~i'g the stage, Rose spends soidme tiiie in the lavish homniof: Sir'WWilliamn Gower in Caveittdish ' Square-"on approv a:l'?-li ere jiater' her dislike f...

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[?]UR CARDS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

S .ARDS ts, Pamela ell Lorraine a, Christine

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The Standard Home Magazine [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

:ice. _.'. - ~· r r. Y . '·_ T= JOURNEY EAN (BY NINA BICK) (PART VI.) INTO' ITALI European fron ess interesting on the Russian. Customs' in-, Italian-French non I checked f French peas g the frontier -end with Ital he border, and hands, after for the week, .ith their earn rho flourished r Italian pass gar.bags filled the usual bottle under their lied on a local dered along the terranean, stop, ion to set down of its mixed the train lurch passengers pil the Customs'. be the first in Stepping on to had 'y'iy first ,security 'police Italian' trains. reen uniforms, the passengers their way into men, 'i ahkle stowed week eanvas bags. 'Ih customs rooms, kk and onions, ale body odour ed and shoved the' passengers, peasants there llers like- our slow night train -a. the crowded Dung American g shorts. They for a summer bicycling along Italian Riviera. sly, like a lazy. I way between s,'the.peasants mnericans' bare I realised the. passpprt. After seemed hours, uSstoms official n my visa,.and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

I-----~r-ANDARD, T-sday September 22. 1949.-PAGE 11. Co oD MOTO "HOE 1.- CULTIVATES BETWEEN 10" ROWS 2. .FITTED WITH TINES AND. CULTIVATORS 3. MIECHANISES YO'UR HAND MO0WVER " - - £98/10/0 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT: ROTARY HOE -ROTARY SCYTHE HILLERS, ETC. SPLOUGH For Particulars, contact: Dysons Peninsula Motors p YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON Telephone: F'ston 588- 466 ATTENTIONA! SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT to PAST, PRESENT AND PRIOS PECTIVE Ct:R UYIICEIS AND SELLERS -RAND' OPENING DATE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, at 2 p.m. AT.53 MIOYLAN ST., EAST? BENTLEIGH. ORMOND CAR SALES First and Original South of the Yarra AUTO AUCTIONS SELLERS! Come Along and Book Your" .ehicie . Now. for the Oper.iig Date; ' at ' outir Price. Lowest Communission. No Salo -No.: Charge. Caurs: Taken -up to Time of Sale. . Enquiries at 53 MOIYANST S~., EAST BENNTLEIGH, +51 COORICIH RD.,. CARN EGIB. UL8378 - Any 4ITime. In the Meanktime`" Cars Bought, Sold and-'Exchanged as Usual. Si HILDREN'S CLUB' : € I wish to join the 'News" Chil...

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LANGWAR[?] ANNUAL[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

held pv· Senby thathe lttleelet ciation iith pleasure to c Baxter residen The warth ot ored decorative ly commented and congenial parently enjoyed thoroughly and prise in store i the light fan$6i ested. Possibly theo e wvas the streer vas hailed rvit and proved mot little element of crept in here by Mr. and M-e. W ing them with? a crowning Bilk capably as s warmly congrat forts. Streamers of friendship ties were in o most popular of ternate knee and Keen competition dence for the h it, which desen? Barton and also entered bai triciees of ', Carlo and other and: the usual i terest r Yates' :rc deidiated edeell credit is dueito M.C. (Mr: .W.I with Mrs: Cl"' accomppnied by. travelled from ceedingly, capi Kent merrilyiatt soiing. In well-chreat Turner (the . dent) cordialye sent. Mr. Turner sonal pleasure many folk from adjoining towns. Most patrons stroke of 2 an, ed with the Syne" arid the N I bringing to a other milestone m history. The the night's pr considerably s hall building I g...

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[?]BERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

IMbentone. Ii 'alloc kston. IParkdale kston.

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BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

IURTHIID P. IT :.very .iYp :ev eening .was spent.at the home of Mr. Clarrie x.oXo .Clarendon. Street .when Mli?a -gvi's:MR. Baxter and Norman's frienis..gave 4 -lpart): inhonor, of ti?e 27.th' .tirthdaY.of Norman. fr. -George- Vetich.- who w? as ? '.coin liando": in T..imor " with Norm, came d'ýWnn from' :Ballarat for. tlihe 3 Singing apd" dancing= ere' .e joyed- and one of the highlights of the: evening 'was .When Normni: per foInrmed ihe Hular and. thie -nak6 Diince,. wl hidi.che iearnthin 'TmIr. -A .ver: att actI?V 'gupper "-.a8 served. 0a-rd th e-ry: nitce: irth d4I(y Ca le:wt ' cnt`. d fb.Norm. after lie bad b jowir ddt_ i:.tlie candles ý:3Df;ý 2isi ý'ý:'t`-..,.r:;:

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[?]ARDS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

rce Jewell, nemary Alex on, Michael Tom Wood, endy Bur Wendy vens, Graeme

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WILLIAMS—ELLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

The iltarriagea of Joy Elizabeth, oily:; dau hter of :Mr ?ndtU Mrs: N. D qE.lleryo 5o-. Beach.l Street, I .rainki tdti·to ýA11h;i Llo) d,: yjolng est "onr oftiM.and Mrs. J. Ht .A illiadni rastiliags .Road; --Frank ston; was celetritedd on. Saturday, September 17., :t St;. Paul's C'hurch:' df Eiingland' Frankston. Rev.. J;. A. Whyte' was the of flciating: clergyman.. "-The bride, who 'was.given away by her .father, ; ore -a classical gown of French moire lame; her full: length veil was arranged .withJ a: pearl' coronact and orange blossom. • A bouquet of gardenias was carried.? .Tlhe :bridesmaids a ere Alwyn and Joan Williams (sisters of the iridlegroom) -and Janet Sawyer. They : ore- frocks of aqua .lame bodice,-:with full taffeta sklits. and"-net. mittens. Pictufe hats were ti -iiimed 'with red velvet.: Each 'carried' a bouquet of red carnations. Best mnan was Mr. J. L. 1il liams, and groomsmen, Messrs. N. iK. {Ellery .andi A. Butterworth. -?iMesdaimes .L.; .Ellery. and A.. IButter...

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STEWART—COSTELLO [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

STEW alFs--OSTV.'TLL The marriage of Miss Mary Cos tello -to Mr. John Ster .rit.. celebrated, A?itSt: Pad .4 'hirch o d I1ngland, Frankston, ori.-Salurday September 3rd at 2.30 P0m. by the Rev. A, J.- Wh3te. .The -bride is "the etdest daughter .of.: Mr.-and. Mirs. Costello. ofrcOo-nickr1 Road, ,dlthurst South, and the. bride groom the only child .of .Mr' and Mrs. J. Stewart, of Nathala.. .The bride- was a given away by her father :andI was attended: by lter sister; Mrs. J. Qunilan (miat ron. "oft -honobr),.,and Julie,. as flower girl.-Mrr Des. Overall Was best- man ..The ;bride :looked charming inl a gown: of white cloque featuring a lace yoke, her tulle embroidered v-ell being ,held in postion with iazaleas, aind a bouquet of azaleas and lily of the 'valley was car ried. The gown was made by the bridegroom's, mother: The matron of honor wore a .rock .of blue taffeta and a lilue picture hat. with a bouquet of pink camellias. The flower girl's frock was of pink taffeta worn with a he...

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