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NO "PETS" FOR PETROL MR. O. J. OLSEN HAS NO LIMIT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

NO "PETS" FOR PETROL : O T AI., orT'. OLSTNHAS O' LIMIT ,, Mr: O:-J.- Olsen, garage proprie ,tor,, Melbourne; Rd., Frankston, takes strong .exc?ptlon to a state nient in the Melbourne Press that ".the -petrol supply position at Frankston is grim, and that all local garages are supplying only regular customers." M. r. Olsen told .'The Standard" that he is selling petrol to every motorist. who applies for it, and ithe only limit-to-the quantity they receive is the.capacity of the petrol tank on their car. He states that he will `continue =with these sup .plies to all motorists, to the full extent of his' petrol quota receiv ed from the oil compahies. Mr.- Olsen adds that he does not know what people are worrying about, and that: there is no need to -worry; he'.considers, as even under the old -war-time rationing there was plenty of petrol for everybody.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAND HOTEL GUESTS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

GRAND HOTEL, GUESTS New guests at the Girand Hotel this week'include: Mr.. H..Thomp-. son, Toogee (Sydney.); - r. ~nd Mrs. Pakingham, .Mi1eEnd (A:), Mr. and Mrs. .IassellUM:ichami (S.A..); Mr. .and '-Ir. :'0.ne Wiagaratta; "Mrs. ..1~. - Thoiia, Beulah Park (S.A.);. Mrs' -:- Hardiman,:Bendigo, Mr., and Mr '.: J.{WIU, Surrey:-Hi1s:. ;

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"MAD MILE" FATALITY MORNINGTON MAN KILLED AT SEAFORD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

FATALITY.: 'M-IORNINGTON- MAN KILLED AT SEAFORD :Another shocking accident oc curred on the notorious "Mad Mile". section of Nepean High way, Seaford, at. midnight on, Sunday, when a car driven by" Mr. C.- F. Pinchen, Footscray, crashed into the rear of an auto cycle ridden by . Donald R. Clarke, of Mornington. Both per sons were proceeding in the same direction, towards Frankston. Clarke was hurled high into the air, and was dead whbn.First Constable Jeffree and Constable Burns reached the scene of the acciden t, Pinchen's car rolled over vio lently, after the impact, and was badly damaged.°Pinchen suffered severe bruises and' shock.

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FRANKSTON PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE CLOSING OF CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

FRANKSTON PRE-SCHOOL CENTRE : CLOSING OF CENTRE.' The president and committee" regret the necessity for tempor arily closing the- .Centre. ?;"At.. a well-attended comnmittee meetinhg held last week it; was decidd :to exclude the childien- until such time. as the, Health" authorities should consider it :advisable to. re-open. Also,, thd 'Teenagers' Party;, to. have been held "qn 30th Septem ber, has been postponed indefi nitely; ; In place- of :this effort -a stall *:will be- held, On -that-.dati' in Bay Street.:' Alreadiy .many, promises of suitable goods have been received. There irill be home-made cakes, jams and pro-, .duce of all kinds, as well as children's clothing. The staff is on- duty,- ahnd. i?, personally contaicting "all parents^

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GOLD SYNDICATE EYES ON OLD PENINSULA FIELD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

GOLD SYNDICATE EYES ON OLD PENINSULA FIELD The sudden and appreciable rise in the price of gold this week, due to the devaluation of the sterling, has not been long ih echoing on the Peninsula. ' Mining experts in Frankston this week were members of a proposed syndicate that intends to investigate the old gold-bear ing field rear Merricks North. If tests are considered favor able, latest sluicing plant is like ly to be introduced after a lease of the field has been secured. The close proximity of a reser voir, it is claimed, tends to solve the one problem of adequate water supplies for sluicing pur poses. Dry-blowing possibilities are not being overlooked.

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The Standard TAB[?] ABOUT PEOPLE WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

S I 7IhITAf. ut.L UU3WUUWUNIUUU W un W UU-a~c TAtl A OUT PEO PLE W-EDDING Mr. and Mrs..-.W. ;. : LRichards,. of Bay Street, :dijd High Street, Frankston,. ar'i. ':l:olidaying .at Warburton Chalet :: Mrs. -Cyril -C_'Sll= df `H ig Street, Frankstq 1, Tetuirne eon Monday from a:-isýto: Syflney. where she attndd 'her nie-ei's wedding. . Mr. Frank Duff, assistant w'atch maker at Parnell's :.for .the past. two .years, returned' on Monday to his home towri;- St. Arnriaud, where his father_..has a jewellery, business. Frank. was tendered.- a farewell dinner-, by: Mr:; Clarrie Parhell at the Grand Hotel on Saturday. night, when 14; guests attended, including all Parnell's staff. A theatre, party - at-- the Plaza followed the dinner. Mr. Bob Masters, father-of Mr. James Masters,.. Government Dairy Inspector, of 57 Beach St.,: FFrankston, was ,down. from Swan Hill to .visit his:sori diring last week-end:- He was accompanied on the. trip by Mr. Bernie Bam brick, manager of Messrs Edward Trencha...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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FRANKSTON AMATEUR HOUR [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

FRANKSTON AMATEUR HOUR All budding vocalists, instru mentalists or novelty entertainers should get ready now for the local Amateur Hour contests to he held in the Presbyterian' Hall, "Frank ston, on September 30 and Octo ber 21. Those who can sing straight, novelty or popular numbers, those who can play an instrument of any kind, those.who can recite or en tertain in any other way, are in vited to send in entries. To enter, contact the :compere, Mr. Douglas Brown, 64' Young St., Frankston. Entries for Friday, Sept. 30, should be lodged before Thursday, Sept. 29, and entries for. Friday, October 91, should be in before Thursday, October 20. Competent adjudicators will se lect the winners in each section. The contests are open'to juveniles and adults.

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

"A"'Gradead i I:ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR S-G. FARMER M.E.F.V. YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON, Opp: Sherlock . Phone: Franhkston 50. - Private :'Frankston-'642. '. 1 . R. W. MCDONALD S t:? A- .I, FRANKS-TOI Phone 241 "..' THE LATEST We it you to Overseas ? .sma rt styles Methods Sin glasses that suit yOU. are Used by H. SPICER OPTOMETRIST AND OPTICIAN 540 BAY ST., FRANKSTON Phone' F'ston 736 and at 134 Foster Street, Dand.-nong CARPETS - FELTEX - LINOS -m"`' rNEW SHIPMENTS FROM OVERSEAS est Quality WILTONS: ad AXMINSTERS, Latest "Design. ' ·** J'IRSONAL :ATTENTION TO -ALL EINQUIIRIES JAMES & FOX S.te CRAIGS .&FORSTER: CARPET :CO ) 111 4.IGH IST;. AýRMADALE & 385 STATION'ST.. 8BONBEACH tr2479 . Phones CHELSEA"85 L--D CARPETS, CLEANED, ALTERED,. RE-LAID S-?m . FRANKSTON SERVICE: S--RECAPPING - RETREADING - REPAIRS NEW. TYRES. AND. TUBES . FIRST CLASS - WORKMANSHIP *. ..CORNER BEACH AND LEWIS STREETS : .(Through Railway Gates) S.-Phone: 703 U. -XW 1161 PAINTER & DE...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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MENZIES HOME AUXILIARY Annual Meeting Tonight [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

MENZIES HOME AUXILIARY. Annual Meeting Tonight. The annual meeting willbe held at the Home tonight (Thursday. Sept. 22) at 8 o'clock. All friends of the boys are cordially invited to be present. Egg Appeal , The Egg Appeal is now:in full swing, and donations will be most gratefully received. These may be left at the Home. or anyone wishing them to be picked up should contact Mrs. Barber. 14 Evelyn .St. (Phone Frankston 802). Golf Day , Golfers are asked to please keep in mind the Golf Gymkhana' to be run at Peninsula Country Club, FrankstOn. on Friday. October 21. Also bridge tables may be booked £1 a table, including afternoon. tea) by ringing Mrs. Dunstan, Mt. Eliza *325).

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[?]AND NATIONAL NIGHT" - WINNER [?]Group Drama [?] Outstanding [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

AND NATNAIONL NIGHT1"-WINNER re Group Dram la, s utstau clingi nd the activities of n Itfew .pesons dluring, afttr the trutttiting otf the Ifiamous Livterpool StetpLrthtisCQ itt Alhttttee, Etglttnd, 1)oiOlthy fnd ties Grititit Natiottitl Night" wont)the - ap.. vtientctt'C whent statged Air 'Fritnkston " oti thiree nights last we~ . at -tile Mleciiies' as wittas. the ttoupl's taleintted andt ever-telhttlie. Williams shoUw roductlon In the "Grand. Nationl ed, but as blor butler; he gave taral portrayal hatracteristic of the many and as played since lion. oates' wife re e slightly the after philander and the Grand Donovan, she With her hus ly attacks hint sife. In the Coates throws she falls and d dies of what gnosed as heart wing the latter nd thinking he of Iaving naur ates places the ,drives it back leaves it there, re Inside It. a flnely-acted to very credit veral new and ers. ?tned was tlie yed by Arthur Coates, the suc pping magnate, ur rider, while the spotlight of g Ihis wife's...

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

(0f LET td. gent E tlast week's ws Item re. lngs In Flit-. cles brought both sides of es the diffi ewspaper is r on in the caused a de. e Which will eral. abor Scandidate. election' day available to directors of inders eight space each they can ex of view of This pro e signed it responsible Carious oli. one side a? ing Publicity hot, readers hat it is not e pater, but tes' commit. : -'? OLSENS Phone 101 Order Your Car Now For Your ANGL IA REFE:(CTr FORD VS CUSTOM SEDAN Panel Vans aind . Conmmercials. Fran kston's Only Authorised 1FOR111 I)IALERS and Distributors. Taxis For Hire. R.A.C.V. OFFICE.

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PAPPAS TO QUIT WOODWARD'S CLAIM FOR PREMISES UPHELD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

PAPPAS TO QUIT WOODWARD'S CLAIM FOR PREMISES UPHELD A tenancy "case of great.inter est to Frankstnr residents, which occupied the itime of Frankston Court for.mostof two days, with leading Mel~bourne barristers re presenting.tlihetwo parties in th& dispute,.ended on' Tuesday when Mr. Wade;,S:IVI- granted the ap plication of . R. Woodward and Sons fot?an ejectment order against "Aleicanros Pappas, occu pant: of ='a'ifish-shop adjoining Woodward's .Btchery, the build ing being ownerid by the latter fi rm . " ." '. - _n r5 , . . M Vr. Wade,: S:IXV., made an order requiring Pappas to quit the pre mises within two "months. The successfil grounds of claim by Woodward's; were that the extra room was required to en able them to carry on their rap i'dly-expanding 'butchery business with safety:and efficiency, both for . eniployees and the public. Applicants also alleged that Pap pas had sub-l t the premises. • ;Mr. Dudley l.Tregent, Carrum, had charige of :.the Woodward case;, and th...

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ST. PAUL'S KINDERGARTEN OFF [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

ST. PATL'S KTNA ERGARTEN OFF Due to the .polioepidemic, kin dergarten children ;of St. Paul's. Frankston, have been advised not to'"meet Sunday. mornings itill furt ther notice.

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PLAZA [?] COM[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

flAlf "Duel is Selnich's g duction, no tre this The, urday, sip all-star rads a motion pt Jennifer 1' Joseph Coti Herbert i Walter Hist screen ceel their acting of the era pushed srn the Texas an : The sts wioannig itar e nodette," Away." "Is "Cluny Brs plays the rot Indian girl. SIt took III portallon, or around then the Sun" vu An engias proximatell reqtired to road.of thei Over liii of cattle wenre which Is oae 'made in fi *Selected supnortnirt Eddle Cast are teamed is ishly nrodoci cal, "If Tee story of a 0 capades in Washington for next le Wednesds. Generalyh tive "beatif use when d star-unlet 6 happens to t ease in tth Beauty." the to 'if Youe ' But flighl "Black lient beautiful ion, .Blanrche F art Granger and "Joe: port) comP Thersdat. next week.

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FRANKS [?] COURT [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

l" } ?hei· heard la s Ok t 7 t uor)s eel1 E ing' CS night of furthlSer Perty fmtr Speed;' * prý'~ cneas fird a spe e (at -go 4 Nepeanp uor nars a nteach ier dftoH nd his months, fard Trutt Ft 'ruck 17 ples per -load (su hour), a Drivers Arthur try raver, Fraktrl:n, cence ara when he an ing under uor, lIes his liree Fisher hU nowa a tI

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CAUSE OF LABOR SPLIT (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

CAUSE OF LABKOR4 SPLIT. ' ? (To the Editor) . ? Sir,-Your. front page article last week gave most of the facts in the._Jabor split in Flinders; but the article` was written'..:by a reporter or' special correspond ent, and only one side :of the ? case gave their views; emphasis; n was naturally given to side ryho ? supplied the details. ? It is riot so very long ago, ? when your. personal column. de l lighted readers with "Australia Tomorrow." Those articles set..out I many things which we had all hoped, would eventuate when the war was over. No ruling of the many by the few. No isms.. No tyranny. Justice for all. The Four Freedoms, etc., etc. We even cherished the thought that -these would come about, and that man kind would live in brotherhood. The Edithvali Branch of. the A.L.P. disbanded because the democratic decision of the rank and file was' overruled: by a' se lected few, who, for the ,most part do not even know the boiindaries i of the Flinders~ electorate.-" The i Edithvale...

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GARDEN SUGGESTIONS Spring Flowering Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

GARDEIV. $SUGGESTIONS (By J. W. Robinson, of The Ormond Plant Farm Pty. Ltd.) Spring Flowering Trees. VLMany of the Spring flowering, trees will now be showing signs of flowering. These include the Flowering Cherries, Flowering Peaches, Flowering Apples, etc. PYRUS MALUS, the Flowering Apple, is an exceptionally showy tree during 'the Spring. The crimson- varieties, Lemoiileii and Alderihamensis, are certainly. the :best. ' '.There: .:;l not much -. to choose-- between these two,- in fact, they are -difficult to dis tinguish apart. The Double PEACHES,. crimson, white and .pink, make. a. blaze of color, and I prefer these ..three planted in close proximity. The white should. not be omitted, as it throws up the other two colors, and the flower itself is the larg est and best-formed of the three. PRUNUS .POLLARDII, the Flowering Almond, will have been flowering: for a week or two. : The :.large 'single - pink flowers .are eucellent for house decoration;, in. fact, all the flow ering" f...

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(To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

:-_(:To :the Editor) Sir .Your _rticle re-the Labor split in Flinders.in the September 15 "Standard"; giyes- a wrong ml pression.:-: Mr. Hughes winning the pre-selection, ; a chitge by a Cllel sea. A.L.P. member against him was 'dismissed bly the Disputes Committee:- 'Vei were- k??e ept waiting for months by the' Central Executive, though ariany, letters were written, and.a deputation sent, witli no re sults. When the'new .pro-selection was called, the; Flinders Electoral aommitt.e sent ua strong protest, backed bly ...15 votes to '-if nm? 'o delegate :ltad "d b'een d'etalned t would have been 16 votes to 5 or 8 A L p,' branches against 3, ~manding.thaDt Mr iiHglebe en= dorsed, as no charge was laid against hii.?: MIr. Kennella next meeting ml was laid againt one more Centnl her didn't litke did like him,nso refused his aet vote. We had a lli Flinders, as we another t30 rote electors were is were the best electorate's bLde Now the Ceesi tlion in reastai dorsement alter pre-selectlio...

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

eaford Thetr e jenTheatre- Pho.ne.: Chelii: 1:I d ATURDAY, SEPT., 23 and 24 : G ROBINSON, GAIL-RUSSELL, JOHN LUND A .THOUSAND EYES_ : esbls for Geueralf 2thibition. BISHOP;.VIRGINIA` PATTON"" ,::< DON JONES,; JAMES -BELh : BLACK AGLE sutable for General .Exhibitlon. - SERIAL, NEWS :, - . NEE UNTIL FURTHER ?:NOTIC . NESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 " AND. ANN TODD, GERALDINE.. FITZGERALD'n m EVIL MY LOVE: (Sultable for Adults Only). , CHANAN, ANNA LEE, ROBERT+' "1 SHAYNE, GARY GRA BEST MAN WINS Suitable for General Exhibition. NEWS . 4 ICK & BILHAM AUCTIONEER TION, REAL ESTATE, LAND AND:;., COMMISSION AGENTS *ON AND MORNINGTON : 'ston 557 or 14; M'ton:211 .' IKET EVERY FOURTH MONDAY, 'ORE SHEEP AND. CATTLEi POULTRY, . 3S, CALVES AND SUNDRIES, aring Sales a Specialty. ;' : . for--OUNGHUSBAND ILTD., Woolhrke:: WISH TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY AND T TOP VALUE CONSULT- .: ILHAM, at Frankston or Mornington?',: ICK & HAY PTY:. LT ;:1 AND GENERAL HARDWARE' MERCHANTS -. Y WORKS AND....

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MEN'S METHOD[?] HON. JOHN C[?] SPEAK[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 22 September 1949

HON. JOII SP! An oratoricQ terestilng talk I Fankaton ite ten next Sunda, speader will bet (Lentl er of the anad ex-Premier),. on the Emp hihIDConference -Il d with the Fr0ll The tea 1 p.m. nyon welcome.

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