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FOOTBALL NOTES FRANKSTON DONATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
FOOTBALL NOTES ,gRANKSToN DONATIONS The secretary, of Frankston-football coub (Mr H. Polglase) desires to ack nohw;vledge with thanks the following donations to the funds of"the club:. L Preeiiously' acknowledged £48/12/:I R. Smith £1, G. G. Austin 30/6. Total £50/2/6. BRANCH REMOVED. Messirs F. Wells' Jnr. and S. Smith spent part of Thursday afternoon re= moving the large pine bought that overhung the goal posts at the wes"' tern end of .Frankston oval. This bough. often interfered with play, usually at critical stages, when the ball lodged on top of it. The action of these tootball en-. thusiasts will be appreciated by local and visiting players. . THREE YEARS' RECORD...` It was pointed out this week. that; the Frankston A grade' team had not been defeated on its own giound for the past three seasons. This is a creditable record for the team. As a matter of fact Frankston has only experienced a very small number of defeats on any Peninsula ground over that time and is probably exp...
CYCLING PROFESSIONAL CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
CYCLING PROFESSIONAL CLUB The result of the 15 miles road race held by the club was: R. Sullivan 1, D. Worthy 2, K. Benton 3. Time. 41min: 10sec. Fastest time, A. Mat thewes (scr.), 37min. 5Osec. A ,trophy donated. by Mr. Aldridge was won by R. Worthy. A. Matthews (fastest tiihe) was" awarded a',trophy donated by Mr Dicker.. OBTAIN your timber, iron, cement, bricks and all building requirements at" competitive 'rates from Central Timber Yard. ...........-l-.·-.·-·e··.-.!-..-.-.*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
Want-Ad. Costs /-. for 14 Words Syour Newsagent It Pays to use the WANT:ADS. ? , O'BlRIEN' GRAIN, PRODUCE, EGG I C. OB PMERCHANT Public Market, Wells St., Frankston. pHONE: Frankston' 108. After Hours,' Somerville 254. G LOS Polly Feed ..... . 4/9 GLOTS-- Laying Mash .. " .i".. 7/ CC eat F.A.Q............ . .. Laying Mash............../ Ssi's .... .......5/9 CHAFF ard, 7' ........... ... 7/3 Green Tie . ............ .. 5/3 eatmeal 7'........... 8/3 Good Oaten .. .. 4/9 rushed Oats 21's ............ 8/3 Prime Wheaten .... 4/6 eed Oats ... 2/10, 3/1 Light Oaten ....... .. .;.. 3/6 aw ....2/9 Lucerne Chaff .... ........ 6/3 eggitts eal .......... 10/6 Hulled Oats,' Good ........ . 3/3 ~aze Meal ........ ...... 2/3 Chick Grain, cwt. .. ....... 8/6 G arley Meal, 1121bs. 6/ Laurel Kerosene 4's ... 6/4 tice Meal, 1121bs.... .... 6/ Sol-vit-eg- alze Oil Meal ........ ......: 8/6 Cod Liver Oil: I gal.' 4/3,` .1 ggoleen ................ .. . 14/6 gal 7/9, 5 gal. drum 6/9 gal. G ady .............
KANANOOK CREEK. Grant Application. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
KAN.ANOOKACRtEEK. Grant Application Eulogistic reference' to the condition of the Kananook Creek was made by Cr Oates at Friday's'council meeting. There had" been 'a wonderful im pr6vement -;made, .he. said.. ,Represen tatives 1o;f 'the- Rivers " and: Streams Department 'should be invited to tra: verse the .creek tas he .had "done that afternoon, he suggested. .:: A further '.request for a grant of £400 fromi the. Rivers and Streams. Fund' will be made by the' council for' additional work on the creek. ' 50/50 DANCE, Junior Hall, Saturday; nfght. Final competitions., novel t'es, corfetti. Super. A. Rilssi'n 1.
HASTINGS VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
HASTINGS c----o - VALEDICTORY. A social evening was held in the Public Hall, Hastings, on July 6, the roccasion being to bid farewell to Constable and Mrs Brealy and family, who &lt;-are leaving Hastings owing'. to Constable Brealy being promoted to L senior-constable and transferred to Russell street. Since their residence -in Hastings ".of just a little over 12 months they were always to the fore for the benefit of the town in general, •and Mr.'Brealy, as president of the Progress Association, although only for a short time, suggested many im proveinents, and.if these are carried into effect will mean much for the I place in general. They were both' greatly interested in the swimming and football clubs, being members of the committee of both bodies. As members of the Swimming Club they were greatly responsible for its suc cess, as it was through their efforts that the club received such a large membership, and Mr Brealy, as swim ming instructor, taught many mem bers! to.sw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
TomorrowGs Games S.A GRADE. .MORNINGTON v. NAVAL DEPOT. FRANKSTON v. SOMERVILLNiL HASTINGS v. SORRENTO. Seatord-Carrum, bye. DROMANA v. NAVAL DEPOT. PEARCEDALE v. RED :HILL. FRANKSTON v. HASTINGS.: ý ROSEBUD v. BALNAR.fRIG. Baue ~tttr, bye. "' The Score Board A GRADE. SORRENTO 15.15 d. MORINOG TON 11.15. FRANKSTON 17.29 d. SEAFO RD.CARRUM 15.17. SOMERVILLE d. HASTINGS BY 12 POINTS. NAVAL DEPOT 16.17 d. BAXTER 3.5. DROMANA 12.14-d. FRANKST ON 8.7. RED HILL 18.19 d. ROSEBUD 16.20. PEARCEDALE d. HASTINGSTYAB B. I , "A'" .. ;. - A., te r m r Announceigenat . o00o Commencing next week, Standard Newspapers Pty. Ltd. will present a new, exclusive Turf Section, edited by one of Melbourne's leading turf experts. Doings on the down-the.line tracks, form of horses, anrd gene ral topics of Interest to the sporting public- will appear on''ths page. The support given to thls ventire .will guide Standard: News papers Pty. Ltd. in the future. It is our desire to feature exclusive down-the-line news...
DROMANA TOO STRONG. Frankston Defeated. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
DROMANA TOO STRONG. Frankston Defeated. Frankston Juniors' prospects of reaching the final four receded a step further on Saturday, when Dromana scored a comifortable ftn' over them at the Fr?ahktot Park. Although played underp'perfect conditions, tlie game on the whole was scrambly. Flashes of good football were 'only seen: o~ccasionaly. Dromana led liy twoigoalsat' tle first change, but with Frankston 'jlaying deterniined football in the" second q4arter they reduced their leeway to five points. In .the second half, Dromana gradu ally established a lead, in spite of fine defensive football by Peters and McComb. They led by three goals at the last change, and' added another goal within half' a minute of the bounce; 'As'in the third quarter, Dro mana *kept' up constant 'pressure on Frankston's back iine;'ivie're the de fenders jplayed' well. Frankston; how ever, were beaten in the centre, and the forwards, who did not keep their positions, were una'le to reply satis factorily,' to 't...
POSITION OF CLUBS. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
POSITION OF CLUBS. :A GRADE. P. W. L. Pts. Frankston .... .. 9 8 1 32 Sorrento ........ ..9 7 2 28 Mornington. ...... 9 .5 4 j20 Navil'Ddobt ... 8 4 4 16 HastnsaTyabb . .. 8 4 4 16 Somerville ...... 8 .3 6 12 Seaford-Carrum .. 9 0 9 0 B GRADE. Balnarring .... .. .. 8 7 2 28 Naval Depot .... 9 7 2 28 Pearcedale .. ..... 9 7 2 28 Red Hill .... .. ..10 6 4 24 Rosebud .. ..... ..11 5 6 20 Dromana ....... 10 5 5 20 Frankston ....... 10 4 6 '16 Hastings-Tyabb . 10 2 8 8 Baxter .. .. .....10 1 9 4
SOMERVILLE'S VITAL MATCH Frankston Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
SOMERVILLE'S VITAL MAT H Frankston Tomorrow Not the least interesting posi tion in Peninsula football at the present stage ° Is the effort of Somerville to reach the final four. With only three wins to their credit, the Somerville team can not affo0rd to lose a matc i1h' it t' to figure in the final matches. The match against Frankaton in the Franasto'n Park tomorrow ~i probl ablyj decide Somerville's fate, and they will spare .no effort to be in front on the "fnal' bell.' Somerville's 12-point win against Hasfings-Tyabb has convinced their supporters that they are now on the up-gade, and they expect to surprise the home team' at Frankston' tomor row. Whatever the: resiit,.' stirzing struggle can be expected. PREMIERSHIP LADDER. Frankston is still four pointiahead of Sorrento at the top of the premlor ship list: Mornington fills third place with Hastings-Tyabb and Naval Depo equal fourth. Somerville,. with 12 points, are m match behinid the latter teams, anc on present form will be ...
MUSICAL REVUE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
MUSICAL REVUE. Somerville 'Football Club social committee .will .hold a musical revue, presented by Miss: L. Vesper and her pupils, at- the. Somervillie.yMechanics' Hall on Friday,' August 11 att 8 p.m. Admission 1/1, children hal;price ANNUAL Meeting, uFrankaton AuxilI 'lay: a,=:i Royal': Victorian'Institute Blind, Mechanics' Hall!, Tuly 19; 2.'30 p.m. Birthday cake.'
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. MOUNT ELIZA RIDING CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS --0- MOUNT ELIZA RIDING CONTEST -Mr R. C. Wells has announced that he will contest the election of the Mt. Eliza Riding at the forth coming elections. Cr G. Keast is the retiring councillor and will again be a candidate for the seat. Retiring councillors in the other rdings of the Shire are Cr. Pratt (Frankston), C r.Klauer (Seaford), Cr. Hodgins (East Riding), and Cr. Sage (Centre Riding). They will all seek re-election.
BASEBALL DOUGHNUTS FOR CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
SASEBALL DOUGHINUTS FOR CHILDREN Next Sunday, July 16, the baseball team of the Matson line s.s. Mari posa, will visit the Children's Or thopaedic Hospital at Mt. Eliza and entertain the little .inmates' with American doughnuts and toys. The party will consist of about 200 base ballers and friends, and will arrive at the hospital at approximately 11.30 a.m., entertain the :children till 12.30 then adjourn to. the Mt. Eliza, Rec-, reation Reserve to play the Coiling wood- Baseball Club a game of base ball. If time is available there will be also a series of field games such as was conducted against the Uni versity of California on the St. Kilda cricket ground on King's birthday. Ernie McCormick, Australian .Test fast bowler, is helping with arrange ments. Being a. keen baseballer himself, Ernie has. promised to drive down a car load of Victorian first class -cricketers. The cricket party will probably consist of Ben Bar nett, Ern Bromley, Geo. Newstead, Charlie Stuckey, Jack Ledward;...
COUNCIL CHATTER WESTERN PORT DOCK [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
COUNCIL CHATTER WESTERN PORT DOCK The suggestion that the officer in specting potential sites for a dry dock, examine Western Port Bay, .will be put before-.the Minister for Defence, Mr. Fairbairn, M.H.R. stated in a communication to the council on Friday: A further letter from the Minister for Defence stated -.hat the request would be given considerationi HASTINGS EXCHANGE. Mr. Fairbairn also stated that he i would interview the Director of Postal SServices with regard to the -installa tion of- an automatic telephone ex change at Hastings. He forwarded a reply from the director stating that a multi-coin telephone is to be instal led' at Hastings. , The douncil has informed the Rail ways Department that it has no ob jection to the erection of a house on a 'oblock of. land; that thd department proposes to purchase at the southern end of the Hastings Railway' Station to improve the crossing. MERCURY LAMPS The State Electricity. Commission has stated "that'mniei i;y vapour laips will b...
JUNIOR HALL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
JUNIOR HALL Another successfr:i dance was held at the Junior Hall on Saturday night. Competition winners wvere:-M-axina, Mr G. Woodley and Miss Rule and Mr Moon and Mis? Hanvan. The luclry partner dance was won by Mr Collie and Mis Holt on the Monte Carlo dance by Mr and Mrs. Cowell. On Saturday a grand gala night will be held and the finals of the Maxina "'competition decided. Special novelties will be given to the pat rons and an enjoyable evening is as stired. On the following Saturday, proceeds of the dance will be devot ed to the funds of the Frankston football club.
INTERNATIONAL SKATING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
INTERNATIONAL SKATING CO. Skating is booming on the Penin sula. At Mornington on Monday; Hastings, Tuesday, and Sorrento, Thursday. A carnival will be held at Sorrento this Thursday, called a night in China. Watch for the grand fanicy dress carnival at Hastings, which will be run,;by courtesy of the Country Women's Association. Good prizes will he given, and thel skiiftiig ballet will give exhibitions. A goo d'supper will be provided, and a good night is assured.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
PERSONAL -o Friends of Mr E. Brown, of Elwood (late of P.M.G.'s Department, Mel bourne), eldest son of Mr and Mrs' C. Brown, Melvin, street, Frankston,' will be interested to know that, having qualified as an engineer, he will leave for Tasmania next "weelk to take up a new 'position in Hobart. ' Miss Elsie McDonald, 'of Frankston, left last week in an Australian National Airways'. plane for King Island, where she will work in a sec retarial capacity. Mrs H. Robertson is holidaying at the ?~ome of Mr and Mrs E. Read, "Wendouree," Trafalgar..
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
IN MEMORIAM TALBOT-In loving memory of Ra mon, who was killed July 19. 1935. Age 5A years. Some day, some time, my eyes will see The dear face held in memory. And Christ will link the broken chain Closer, when we meet again. Inserted by his loving mother, dad brothers" and sisters.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
PROFESSIONAL rt.c.... t-'rankston. 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' E. W.. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE MU3700. Formerly employed by William S. Cook and McCallum). Attends Frankston Wednesday at ternlo'ns, 2.30 to 5, and mav 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: Kars Street, Frankston. Phone 270 Office: Mason's Buildings Attends .Cranbourne Council Days, and Mornington, Somerville and Hastings as required. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND WILLIAM S. COOK & McCALLUM %OLICITORS 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. Mechanics' Insti tute. Messag...
OBITUARY MR. O. PETERSON [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 14 July 1939
OBITUARY MR. O. PETERSON Mr. Oscar Peterson, late station master of Warburton, and for many years at Stony Point, died suddenly at Ciib P6int on Saturday, July 8. * Mr:' Peterson was to retire from the railway department in a few weeks. He was a' courteous and pop 'ular officer of they department, and was held in high esteem by a large circle of friehds. He ieaves a wife, on dauighter ands two sons. The funeral took place on Monday, July 10, the remains being interred iin the Crib Point Cemietery. There was a large attendance of friends at the funeral. The following were the pall-bearers:-Mr. J. Mini han, Mr. T. Brady, Mr. J. Kennedy, Mr. J. Callis, Mr. D. Murphy, Mr. F. WWashbourne. Thi following werel the; coffin-bear ers:-Mr. T. Peterson, Mr.'R. Peter son, Mr.: G. Auld, Mr. J. Auld. Rev. Father Fitzpatrick held a ser ,vice at the home of his sister, Miss Peters6n, he also read the burial ser vice.,: Mr. Hector Gamble conducted the funeral arrangements. MISS O. J. HERBERTE • Olive...