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The Standard. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1921. Do Ratepayers Care ? [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 June 1921
'. stiitnbarb. FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1921. Do Ratepayers Care ? Yesterda) the Council of the Shire of Frank-ton and Hastings decided to acquire the celebrated electric light onutfit at Fran ston. When the con tract is signed, which will probably be some time next week, a deposit of £500 will be paid, and later on other payments, totalling something like £4000. will have to be' met. This bold step has been taken as the result of a conference between the Electri city Commissioners, the Frankston Gas and Electric Light Company and the Council. It can be reasonably assumed that the Council is not looking forward with any degree of pleasure to the handling of its new possession. Cr Wells does not like the idea at all. He emphatically stated that he would not give £100 for the whole turn out, and none of his colleagues seemed anxious to out bid him in the matter of personal speculation. The Council, quite ob viously, is not acting on its own judgment It is being influenced largely by the views ...
Rainfall [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 June 1921
Rainfall ?r.'Mark Brody kindly -supplies us ,with.the following figures relating to the official record of rainfall at Frankston during last month (May) 1st, 0.10 12thnil 22nid 0.06 22nd, nil. .13th'nil 23rd nil 3rd, ': nil 14th' nil 24th , 0.02 4th, 0.02 l15th nil .25th 0.75 5th,' :0.08 16th 'nil 26th 0.35 6th, ' nil ' 17th nil 27th .-nil 7th,. 0.32 :.l8th nil 28th ;0.0 6 8th, nil 19th nil. 29th onil 9th,' 0.05 ' 20th 0.43 30th .0.48 10th, nil 21st 0.34 31st 0.01 11th, nil Total for May 3.05 • Previous 4 months--8.1I:r.. Total for 5 months-- 11.16
Another Scheme Wanted [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 June 1921
Another Scheme Wanted The scheme suggested for the improvement of Kananook Creek has been condemned by the Govern? ment. The mattor was before the Council yesterday, as will be seen from the report appearing in another column, and on Saturday (to morrow) night a special meeting of the Seaford " Progress Association will be held to consider the position. Nearly 12 months ago the Minister for Public Works assured a large deputation from this district that the creek would receive attention. All he asked was that the offcers of his department be allowed a week or two , in which to verify the figures submitted by the shire.engineer, NAr A. K. T. Sambell. This promise received tardy fulfilment and it was only after much letter writing and agitating on the part of the Seaford Progress Association that the De partment finally sent an engineer to inspect the creek. It is to be hoped that the Department, having con. demned the scheme proposed, will -ome forward'with some practicable suggestio...
LAST SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 June 1921
LAST SATURDAY'S PRO GRAMME. If you are imaginative, if the mys tery of.tlij unknown and uoseen"grips you with ioy'flngers, and you enjoy the thrill of spasmodic shivers j.azz lig up and'down your spine,-you'll wanitto.see H.' B. Warner in "Haun ting Shadows," an adaptatio I of "The House of a Thousand Candles," from the novel by Meredith Nichol. son, to be the attraction at the Mech anics' Institute on Saturday night. The story tells of John Glenarm, who accepted the strange conditions o his grandfather's , and came to live in an unfurni.aed castle built in the Indiana woods by that eccentric old man, but be had"?' ida ofr what he would have to go through Weird noise were hesrd in the old castle at alWh~'rs of the night ; haunting sha doweslnrked at every turn; sinister men, who looked like.crooks, were discovered lurking around, tapping the walls .with hammers-; there was talk of a hidden treasure within the onuse ; an air of mystery everywl~ere. Even the butler seemed involved in ...
Scotch Concert Arranged [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 June 1921
Scotch Concert Arranged Owing to the lotting of a tender for aiterationls t t the Mochelics' Institute, ihe committee of the Frank ston Caledooino Society had to aban don thie MAy eulcert, j.?t wjhen a11 arrangomet's bad been completed and the progranime was ready :for tlhe printer. However, undaunted by that, they have arrauged a capitid programme for Friday, -June 17th. Mies Dolly Stewart, whose touolo gues wete so' vry much enjoyed at the Easter M?.ondey concert, will apl pear with Mr Neil McInnes. :.lr Mcinnee is declared :by his admirels to be the ablest ond cleanest of Scotch comedian.s he Ia always irresistably funny and never offends the smo, fastidious He and Miss Steowar each contribute their own numbers and unite in ducts. Piper McLood will usher. in the President, MiHes vero.toniwill bs at the piano, ::?i Dulce Logan will dance, Miss Hi. man, 1Mr Dodd:and Mr sManson asiju, and the Frankston Orchestra iun addi tlon to playing' and overture, will provide music at'the dance...
Frankston Police Court Monday, May 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 June 1921
.Frankston Police Court j " Monday, May 30th. Before Messrs C. G. Williams (chair man), C. Grant and W. Armstrong J's.P. i ,Forrest v. Frederick King,'claim for £4 los 3d, for goods delivered. Defendant denied indebtednessi and at the request of Mr Wilson, com plainant's solicitor, the case .was adiourned. SMcCormarck v. Charles Copsey, alleged ireach o?,f the.,Licenslng Act. Adjit, rned to June 27th, at the rqur-st :,f isui-rinspector Gortmann Charles ScoTt, indpector, Borough of Carrui:. .' l. S. Ship,. A. J. Payne. two iharges). Mirs .A. J. Dodd: .. J c. ctp, Mrs May Stockton A. M?.rce:r, W. Young and J. G. Crooke, for alsiwing stock to stray on th: i3 ::A'.;. Estate, Chelsea, and the Point Nepean Road, on various ':ttc'. Young was fined 2s 6d anti 2s Gd costs; C?rooke, 5s: per head for 36 cattle. with costs.; all the rest, tined Ss per' head,- with 13s costs. Robert Wall v' John- Lawrence; on np 'lication of Sonior-Constable Bray,.case withdrawn. Constable Diaball v R. W.:Billin...
Shire Council Matters Mr Joseph Unthank Predicts Elaborate Shire Hall To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 3 June 1921
Shire Council Matters I Mr Joseph Unthank Predicts Elaborate Shire Hall To "the Editor. Sir,-We ratepayers of the Centre and East Ridings learn through the Press that the "North- Riding have bees successful in their request to the Minister'of Lidsidsn i having a' new riding, viz MtEliza, a?fsihed to Frankstou ; further, we note the Minister's remarks re the population of the North 'Riding being about the same as the East and Ceutr9"combln ed. I myself think it is decidedly a good 'argument' in faivor of forming another:riding:'. But, with tho feel ing that now exists at the council table, the positiona of the East "and' Centre Riding's representatives will, to my mind,, be a farce. What with selling the'Shire IHall, ?ppolitlon to dispensing with' soeme of "ou' highly paid oficers, it will-be a' oee of down and out for the Centre.and East. But what a bonza little shire Franketon. Seaford and the 'unew riding would create ? There would then' be no op position about shire halls or pet ...
CRIB POINT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 June 1921
CRIB POINT Tas-nania has the same troubles as we, and one paramount source'ofan noyance is the irregularity of the mail delivery duiring industrial trouble. Tasmanians are now advocating that the Bass Strait service be run from Westernport to Beauty Point, on the Tamar, which would result in a sav ing of several hours. .At the present time the 40 miles on the Tamar to Launceston usually takes 2} hours, and the trip from the Heads t~ the Yarra- takes longer, so by .ntilislig the railways at each end, thereowould he a considerable saving of time. An old ship with an interesting history has arrived at the Naval Base, Crib Point. 'Th'is Is the Countess of Hopetoun, a torpedo boat, which was a unit of the old Victorian navy in pre Federatious days. 'She will be used asea depiot ship at the bag?'. The destroyer, Swordsman, escorted the old ship to her new moorings.
GENERAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 June 1921
GENERAL NOTES. S1''The Yellow Typhoon," one of: the most thrilling pictures yet pro duced, featuring Anita Stewart in a dual role, will be screened on June 18th, with little Marie Osborne as the supporting feature. 'As"'.'The-Yellow Typhoon" is something-in the nature. of an exceptional plcture,-: we:hall. have more to say concerning it next issue.
LAST SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 June 1921
LAST' SATURDAY'S PRO GRAMME. A good house, including many vi-. sitors, greeted the management last: Saturday night. The programme was an'ideal one, being considerably en livened by a Rolin c.'medy, entitled "Trotting through Turkey."' 'Nat Gould's sensational story of the racing world, "The Coup," star ring the English leading lady, Porpy Wyndham, and "Haunting Shadows" -with H. B. Warier in the leading role-were well received. The latter' 'ras a picture of absorbing interest, and was declared to he one of the best yet presented here.
PICTURES NEXT SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 June 1921
PIICTURES NEXT SATURDAY'S, PROGRAMME.. The programme for next Satureay night promises to be an exceptional one. The principal feature,. "Kitty Kelly,. M.D," is the story ot a very beantiful laxly doctor, who practised in Arizona. The leading heroine role is played by Bessie Barriscale, who appeared here some time ago in "Mrs Wiggs of the' Cabbage Patch." In Saturday's picture, Bessie'Barris cale is directed.by her husband, How ard Hickman, who waA stairred herei with Rhea Mitchell, iii "Social Am bitions." James Cliver Curwood's. noovl, "The Courage of. Marge O'Doone,'?: will also.be presented, with Pauline: Starke in the-heroine role,.suppotted by a notable cast.. The story depicts life in the Arctic, and the haunts, oi tle polar. bears, ,who figure.in th. picture, is depicted in some thrilling episodes. ,
The Kananook Creek The Seaford Progress Association Disgusted [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 June 1921
TeKananook Creek The Seaford Progress Association Disgusted A special meeting of the Seaford Progress Association was held last Saturday evening to consider the re jection of the Kananook Creek Im provement Scheme by the Public Works Department. Mr B. Wiltshire presided, and the following members were present :- " Seaford Progress Association-Cr Howell, and Messrs Cotton, Klauer, Daly, Forrester, Wilson and Carthew. Long Island Progress Association -Messrs Drake (2), Rodda and Stan ton Crouch. Frankston Mr W. C. Young. Messrs Carthew and Drake moved that a letter be sent to the Shire Council expressing regret that the Department of Public Works had re jected the scheme for the flushing of the creek, but expressing pleasure that the Council are taking the ma. ter up, and that the-associations in terested are prepared .to give whole hearted support in any action the council may take. Messrs Cotton and Crouch moved that the Frankstonand Long.:sland Progress Associations be invited to a...
CHELSEA [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 June 1921
CHEtLSEA, A correspondent writes :-A, very sucoesstul concert was conducted by the Chelsea Sunbeams in the Smilva tioriArmy Hall, Chelsea, on Mad 31. Captain Jenkinsorn presided, add ,he ettendance was large. The childien were dressed in white, with yellow edshde and the girls wore yellow hair rtbbone, whilst the platform was airm ilarly decorated, with the. riingk un aie'backoifiirid. Thledialogiea' were distinctly good, and the action songs aiv" duets were specially pleasing; Sydney Smithwilk, Albert Seivers, Hazel and Elma Beardsley, Una Chba'man, Doris Coomb~;~ind Captain Ca'rl gaiv recitations. 'i' sweet style, whilst Edna Spurr, Alberf and:Ferdie Sievers were applanded' for duets. It is" undersifood the irrogrammi will he repeated at Frannketo~i sdmejtime during the. present.month.?. :_
The Seaford Foreshore To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 June 1921
The Seaford Foreshore To the Editor. It is with the utmost surprise I see by your current issue that the Frankston Council has- decided to ask the Mtinister of Lands to set aside 5 acres of foreshore.in Seaford as a recreation reserve.. It is true that the "Standard" of May 27th reported that the matter had been discussed at a meeting 'of the .Sea: ford Progress Association, but. it was not stated thait any motioii' to the above effect was carried. 1I was not present at' that meeting,i and regret very much the 'Association should have lent its sulport to such action. If a recreation ireserve is w?nted (and I believe the district' ,should have one) our foreshore should ?iot be encioached upon: The Borouigh of Carrum has, just' dealt with' similar need in the Chelse'a: disticlt, but it has bought 10. acres" at £I50 per acre for the purpose. Franketon shire is nt 'so impoverished but that a suitable area could be pur chased, 'robably 'at a loner. price. The.other side of the 'line s qu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 June 1921
Established 1883. G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash :PICTU RES:, Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, June 11th, 1921 BESSIE BARRISCALE in Kitty Kelly, M.D. "PAULINE STARKE in Courage of Marge O'Doone Next Week. Anita Stewart THE YELLOW TYPHOON MISRee Gait LAuB. (Licentiate of the R.A.M and the R.C. M-London) -- PIANO- - "Balmnoral"' Frankston Miss Tlleodora Carter A.T.O. L, Teachclr of Planoforte and Harmorny Frankston- Mondays & Thursdays Address-7 Kooyong Road, Arma dale or at Allan's. STHE -?,?H ~,,-Tea & "Gum Lea Tea Rooms, J C Under New Management Frankston House Buildings BAY STREET, FRANKSTON. Home-Made Soones and Cakes. Morning and Afternoon.Tea Light Luncheon. Misses G. & I. Joqes the Trankston Coliege Held in the Church of England School Buildings. SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Thorough grounding guaranteed. Reduction made in th...
As Others See Us A Visitor from a Distant Country Eulogistic To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 June 1921
As Others See Us A Visitor from a Distant Country Eulogistic To the Editor. Sir,-I had set out the other day to see the district, and took my cue from the tingar post near the Post Office and the shore end of the main street. Step by step along the Hast ings Road, I could not but admire the view here. Practically in the virgin bush. I stood on an excellent road within 25 miles of Melbourne. The vista reminded me of a distant panorama the other aide of the equa to:. The difference was that the barreness of that land had driven ?any of its best sons to this side of the globe `for the "glorious sake of being independent." On the way, I h til seen the children at physical drill in the playground, living pic tures of what children ought to be. There they braced their arms and limbs in the open air, tempered by the ocean, se content and happy as a11 parents would wish their boys and girls to look under the most favor able conditions. The stranger to Australia often wonders what element gi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 June 1921
PLUMbEicR- and all HOUSE REPAIRS H. B. LEGGE, Yuile Street, Frankston S (24 Year's City Experience) Water Services Connected-Gas-Sewerage-Electric Bells Installed. STATE SAYINGS BANK OF YICTORIA The Farmers' Bank Credit Foncier Loans on Special Terms to Re Farm -Properties. turned Soldiers., m °' Dependents, Red Cross&: Two-Thirds of Valuation Transport Workers ,2000 at 6 per cent ' hree-Fourths of Valuation up to £2000 at 51 per cent. Repayable over 271 years i Repayable over 30o years £3 15/- half yearly for- '. £1/15/- quarterly for each each £100 I £ioo. Application Forms at any State Savings Bank or by writing to Inspector-General. Head Office, State Savings Bank, "'... GEO. E. EMERY 'Elizabeth Street, -Melborne. v . Inspector-General. The Store for Value is the Store for You There's a'big satisfaction in knowing that our Store. enjoys the confidence of our customers. They know that whatever they buy from us is honest value-we make this the policy of our business and wi...
The Shire Council The Ordinary Monthly Meeting at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 10 June 1921
li The Shire Cuncil fi The Ordinary Monthly Meeting at Prankston The monthly meeting of the Shire of Frankaton and Hastings counoil was held at Franketon on June 2nd. The President (Cr W P. Mason), and Cre Oates,' Wells, Jones, Alden, Unthank, Longmuir. Latham, Howell and Armstrong were present. Tenders Gravolling Cranbourne Road-Ho tender ; left in the hands of Centre Riding councillors. Painting Band Rotunda, Franks ton-W. Gregory, £7; accepted. Point Nepean Road, deviation-J. D. Hodgine, 'with metal, £7147 without, £4868. Tender accepted; three other tenders received. Finance Accounts passed-General Account, £1122 ; Quarry Account, £811 ; the Country Roads Board, £721. Returned Soldiers Protest D. Dodd, secretary Returned Sol dier's League, Franketon, wrote re garding the Honor Avenue and "the proposal that cate of same should be given to Mr O. Wells," suggesting that the work should be given to re turned soldiers, and asking whether the council was willing to give pre ference to...