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French Island [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

Frxencoh Islanel It has been ascertained that the last of the six men who escaped from the 'McLeod Reformatory at French Island in May, 1918, has been arrested. Whilst all the others were recaptured after a few weeks,. but Darcy Eccles escaped to Western Australia, where he enlisted and was sent to England. On returning to Perth, he was arrested, and brought back to Victoria.

Publication Title: Frankston & Somerville Standard
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The Standard. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1921. Local and General News. In connection with the forthcom ing municipal elections it is stated that Mr Geo. May has been strongly urged to allow himself to be nomin ated as one of the candidates for the new Mt. Eliza Riding, and he has given a favorable reply to his sup porters. In connection with the Beacons field tragedy, Detective CommQns Interviewed two suspects at Franks ton on Wednesday last, but he was satisfied that they did not know any thing about the tragedy. They were allowed to proceed on their way to Bittern. Owing to a late influx of advertisE ments, our Picture Notes are crowded out this issue. The principal picture tomorrow night is "l'he Yellow Typ hoon", featuring Anita Stewart, snp ported by Marie Oaborne In "The Sawdust Doll". A new wood and coal yard has been opened in Frankaton and is situate in Playne Street near the Say ings Bank. The proprietors are 1eessre Harrison and Golds, of Morn ington, both returned soldiers and prominent in loca...

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Our Somerville Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

Our Somerville Letter A very pleasing fnnctiun took place at the State Schogl on Tuesday morn ing last, after the weekly religious instruction address had been given by the Rev A. C. F. Gates. The Head Teacher (Mlr S. Uren) said he had a pleasing, yet in rome respects a painful duty to perform. They were to lose the services of their in structor, whom they each held in the very highest esteem. The church authorities were scouring various parts of the world in search of an archbishop. We thought here that that they need not go further than Somerville for one. Mr Gates would fill that office in an admirable fashion. Both the teachers and scho lars have felt led to mark the occa sioan of Mr Gates' departure in some fitting way, natfonly because of the great interest he manifested in their religious exercises and their school garden but because of their personal attachment to him. He had not only interested himself in the culti vation and attention of their garden but had acted as their...

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Crib Point [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

Crib Point The recent concert at the Naval Headquarters attracted an andience of several hundred people, including residents of Hastings,' Bittern and Balnarring. Amongst those who contributed to the programme were the captain's wife, Mrs Miller, and Messrs Pearce, Laurence, Saxney, Camreron, Sefton, Porter, Collins, and Lieut-Coinmander Ellis. At the request of the Crib Point Progress Association, improvements are being made by the Flinders Shire Coun.il to the road near the local railway station, which was badly needed.

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Seaford [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

Seaford The fortnightly euchre party and dance, held under the. auspices of theTennis Commiftee, took place on Saturday: night last.- It: ivas the most successful function of the kind yet held in Seaford, the attendance being so large as to uncomfortably crowd the hall. The lack of space, however, did not militate greatly against the enioyment of those present- the' social from 'start to finish proving -delightfully enter taining and bright, Special inter.,st attached to the euchre tournament by reason of the valuable prizes provided -for lucky, players. ' The donor was Cr. \V. Aimstrong,. J P.. and=the value of 'his" trophies: was quite out of the ordinary. The. prizes, which were on view consisted of set of carvers, in -case, for first" lady; pair gold sleeve links, 1st gent, while the booby prizes were silver ink stand, (Tadies); . silver cigarette case (gents). Mrs. T. Heffernan was awarded first prize after a play-off with Mrs Howell and Miss Paxman ; Mr Daly secured the gents ...

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Cheltenham [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

Cheltenrham Before local Justiees of the Peace, on Wednesday last, the case brought by the Carrum Council against A. W. Roberts, of Chelsea, for an off ence against the building regulations, was unanimously dismissed. II. McLinchey, of the Naval Base, was fined £2 for travelling without a railway ticket. It was sttated that when detected he gave two wrong addresses.

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THE WEEK'S EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

THE WEEK'S EPITOME. The annual meeting of the Seaford Progress Association will be held to morrow night. Mr and Mrs P. Wheeler, who have been on a trip to Fiji, returned to Frankston this week. For Children's Hacking Cough Use Woods' Great Peppermint Cure We regret that we have been com pelled to hold over our Balnarring and Langwarrin letters, reports of deputations, picture notes, letters to the editor, and various items of ge ieral interest. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure For coughs and colds never fails Mr J. Buick, of Western Park, Balnarring, has sold hie estate and Is leaving the district. Mr Bualk has been a prominent person in the dis trict, and will be greatly missed. For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Last Thursday evening a very fine concert was given in the Balnarring Hall by a concert party from Tyabb and Hastings, in aid of the Church of England at Merrieks. Although the night was a bad one a good muster turned out, and all were very satis flied ...

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Chelsea [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

Chelsea A Basket Ball Club has been suc cessfully launched here, with Mrs P. Oliver as president, and Miss L. Oliver as secretary.. Mrs Stokes and Miss D. Cheyne were also elected to official positions. At the last meeting of the Lord Kitchener Lodge, Mr G. Hodge was elected Arch Druid, and was installed by the Distiict President (Mr Jenk ins) and Mr J. 'Miller. Messrs Davis, Stokes, Jenkins, Whiteoak, and B. Porter were chosen for the remain ing positions in the Lodge: '

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The Latest in Motor Cars [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

The Latest in Motor Cars Franketon can boast the (latest thing in Motor Care. Yesterday we had the pleasurs of inspeoting. the 1921 Model Buic, just purchased by Mr Oswald Olsen, and destined for hire service in this district. This car was speolally.built to the order of Mr Olsen and is replete with 'ell modern improvements. It is a seven seater, beautifully upholstered and calculated to meet the demands of the most fastidious passengers. Its ap pearanoe in the publio streets createdS conslderable interest, as the car. stands out as something altogether superior to the general ran of motor vehicles. Mr Olsen notifles the pub lie by advertisement that his hddses: is "Albury," Young St, Franketon, or MoKinnon's Prince of Wales Hotel Phone 14. Mr Olsen has been .ans oesetal securing the agenoy for the 1921 Model Buick.

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Edith Vale [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

E Jdith Yale Last Sunday afternoon, in tfhe presence of a good attendance, the Mayor of Carrum '(Cr'Groves, M.P.) unveiled thed War TrophvAit the Edith Vale Boat House. On Thursday last, at St Jude's Churoh-of -England, Carlton, lr Reginald Passmiore, of.-Edith VaI'e was marricd to Miss Bineline'Green,' of Carlton. The 'honeymoon was spent at Cowes, but thehappy young couple will reside here.

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General Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

A magnificent day last Saturday I Beautiful sunshine above-no South p Pole breezes blowing about---and the playing grounds (except the local one) sure and fast. Yet the atten dance at the Franketon Park was painfully disappointing. "The win ter of our discontent" appea:s to be passing, for Frankston has now mer ged from its apathy and tasted the fruits of victory. To use a poetic phrase, what will the Spring mean to the Red and Blacks ? " t $ As I remarked last saaue, bad the Frankatonites been able to muster its dinky dyes in previous matches, they would not have experienced so many defeats. Last.Saturday, as a matter of fact, Franketon's: difficulty devel oped into -ainrtplu&? .On the ringside one noticed President McCulloch, Jack Williamos, Athplr'Gurr and W. Kyne. It was hunfortunate that Wil liams and Kyne arrived alittle late Arthur Garr, -h?ve;er, was nn the injured list. rIt was rumored that he, with Major Condoer, O.B.E-:and Jim' Walsh, would not be available any mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

YEOLDE ENGLISHE Crumpets MADE BY A. T. WALTERS BAY STREET BAKERY --. - Come and Inspect the New PRODUCE HAImDWAI E STORE at BALNARRINGO T HB Best Stock Foods always on hand at the lowest rates. Meggitt' Famous Foods, and Law Somner's Tip Top Seeds. Motor Oils, Farm Oils and Benzine. A large display of Gardening Tools, Kitchen Utensils, Sporting Ammunition, and General Farming Requisites to be had at most reasonable prices. Also Chaff,. Bran, Pollard, Wheat, Oats, Barley, Maize,' Poultry Foods. etc. (Late 39th Batt., A.I.P.) Proprietor ON W Balnarring (LATE A.I.F.) Playne Street, Frankoton Coachbuilders, Horseshoers General Blacksmiths Orders Promptly, Executed HAL]LO ! The Man that Broke the Butcher's Ring I Still going strong I Who's that ? FORREST The Carrum Butcher .iles of Mutton 5? ;d Corn Beef from 6.d. Watch Next Week's' P;per anl don't forgot the Carrum Butchery. Further Reductions. . Deuivory everyday. Leave namee.ad address at the Post Office - FRANKSTON (Late 60th Batulto...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

Esta.blished 1?88-3 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Iron mongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash POULTRY These are the Fowls i La Lay Eggs in the Winter -- when eggs are scarce and rostly, 1921 I-3atch-ingi Season Lam Book Now for Chickens and Settings... We have Heavy Table ?reeds. Call an' Inspect. MRS ,-,OGER SON Hastings Road, Frankston. .... Where the Beat Poultry Comnes From. :PICTURES: Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, June 18th, 1921 ANITA STEWART in THE YELLOWIW TYPHOON BABY MARIE OSBORNE in The Sawdust Doll Do\ou Sprn' ? A study of your trees after spraying with Gargoyle Spraying nil will show that they have been invigorated, because r -,nyle Spraying Oil, in addition to destroying insects, soti?us the bark, giving full play to the sap stream. It thus acts as a tree tonic, rejuvenates the tree, and enables it to bear clean, healthy fruit. Gargoyle Spraying Oil is a sure destroyer of Aphi...

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The Umpire's Whistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players CONDUCTED BY OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

The Umpire's Whistle Newrsy Notes about the Game and Its Players CONDUCTED BY OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE As regards myself, Ihave sufficient I reason, by way of a strange coinai nence, to remember the three Drew brothers, all of whom reached inter State rank. The three brothers were doctors-so were Stoddact and Daw son-and on the three occasions on which my left arm was broker, one of the brothers set it:each tlDieo.l Dr V{. A. V. Drew is dead now, but Dr C. F. Drew practises ln South Australia, and Dr T. M. Drew at South Mel bourne. An old North Adelaidlan himself, Bill Williams, of Morning ton, might remember 'the Drews, for they all played for the "aristocrats.'! sbe * ,re- It is not part of my duty as. "foot e- ball historian"-sounde big, doesn't it I-to lure players away from other I S clubs, but I have received the follow- I "lng epistle from "Old Timer," a well known local reeident, which most be inserted in the interest of the game. In part, it reads-"I think it is time f yo...

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District News and Notes Mornington [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

District News and Notes, Moru: rxii. amgtaor The late Mr Gilbert Irvine, who died last Saturday at the residence of his daughter at Glenferrie, at one ime resided here. He wasa native ,f Lerwick, Shetland.:'and came to Australia 68 years ago,, being ,then 22 years, of. age. One of his daugh* ers is Mrs. Dornom, of Glcnferrie, whose daughter, Jessie, was recently killed in the aeroplane disaster at Port Mfelbourne.'

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The Soldiers' Conference Various Delegates Assemble at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

The Soldiers'Conference 1 Various Delegates Assemble at Frankston A conference of delegates from the vaslous branches of the Returned Sai lors' and Soldiers' Imperial League of Australia between Cheltenham and Dromana was held at Frankston on Thursday, June 9th. Mr Phillips, of Mordlalloc, preside,' and the follow ing delegates were present :- Frankston-Mesars Hugh Morrison and D. Dodd.-_, , SoAerville-MIessrd J. A..Nairn and A. G. Edwards, Mentone-Mr, Jones, . - Dromana-lessrs F. S. ,Wright and E. Ruddock, Motrnington- Messr E. D. Wood and D. J. M!IhI --ll - Cheltontihh-Measrs H. IL. Flacli and W. D 'Barpett. Chelseai Msers H. McPherson and H. Danisa alordilalloc -Mesrs H. .J. Phillips and W. H. Triggs. In opening the, conference, Mr H. J. Phillips said. the object of the conference was not only to select a repreeent tive on the State Council, but to safeguard the interests of the branches in each district. He remin ded those present that the diggers were promised many things on th...

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NAVAL DEPOT v. CARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

NAVAL DEPOT v. CARRUM An interesting game, singular on acoount of exceptionally fast play and low scoring, between Carrum and Flinders Naval Depot, took place on the ground of the latter team, a con. siderable number of speotators attend ing. The teams were : Carrum-Carlson. Davis (2), Hefr ernan, Carroll, Smith, Johnston (2), Comer, Hawkins, Laidlaw, -Wells, Cullen, Housieo, West, Oliver, Lucas and Morris. Naval Depot-Davoren; Fennell, Mays, Wilkinson, Hanson, Payne, Anderson,- Boote, Stinge, Baquie, Ruston, Ashton, Price, Dowling, Ca vanagh, Turnbull, Bourne, Redden. The ganie opened at n fast pace, the Navy carrying the ball down and forcing the play, but Carrum's de fence was excellent, and some excit ibg play ensued, resulting in the Navy obtaining one behind only, the ball hitting the post. Carrum forced the play a little after this, ar.d scored a sixer from a place kick. The bell rang after some fine wing play'by Carrum, SIn the seeond quarter Carrum' as serted their superior...

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FRANKSTON v. HASTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

FRANKSTON v HASTINGS On Saturday last, these teams met at Frankston, before a disappointing attendance. The teams were : Hastings-Knox, Floyd, Tipping (2),,Allen (2), - Davis (2), Hurley, Woolley, Jack, Peddle, Campbell, Armstrong, Goodwin, Cgrmiohael, Le Hurey, and Garth. Frankaton-Coxall, Lewis, DOss, J. MoCulloob, Conder, Baxter, Twin ing, MoComb; Hoobhin, Matson, Fairale, Johns, Gale, Bray, Daeisy, Smith0, Duffy and Waleh. Contrary'to the expectations of the peossimiet, Frankston opened strongly and Midomb asid' Coxall had scored' two - ila 'before yo could siy gee whli "I Mtibnian'd Baxter added two more, "arid' Htiing" ?aie to tlhie-on eluselon that this would have to stop, so Garth and Campbell put together a couple of goals to prove that' the Blues were not overawed by Frank's ton's onslaught. The term ended 4.0 to 2.1 In the next two quarters thq' Blues tired off considerably, and the locals had much of the play to them selves. -t the second term Hastings o5D? socred three ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

PLUMBER anrd - S all HOUSE REPAIRS HI. B. LEGGE, Yuille Street, Frankston (24 Year's City Experience) Water Services Connected-Gas-Sewerage-Electric Bells Installed. STATE SAVINGS BANK OF YICTORI&A The Farmers' Bankt I Credit Foncier Loans on Special Terms to Re Ferrrm Properties: turnled Soldiers., t Dependents, Red Cross & Two-Thirds of ,aluation r Transport Workers £2000 at 6 per cent ' Three-Fourths of Valuation Sup to £2000 at 54 per cent. Repayable over 271 years 0 Repayable over 3o years £3 15/- "hatf yearly.. fo .r. , rl/15/- quarteily for each each £1i00 ,.- £ - Application Forms' at any Itate Sarings Bank or by writing to Inspector-General. .Hea Ofilce, State Savings Bank, GEO. E. EMERY Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. 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 mzake this the policy of our busi...

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TYABB v. LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921

TYABB v LANGWARRIN. Our 'special representative at Tyabb writes i-There was a fair attendAPtbe of spectators at the match between Langwarrin and Tyabb on the Tyabb oval last Satur day. The local team played far superior football than against Hast ings the 'week before, and .were never~bard pressed by their oppon ents. Some nice hand bal! passing by the maroons, especially by their forward men, was witnessed. The game "was of a very fast and friendly nature; hard knocks being given and taken with true sporting spirit. The ontstanding feature of the day's play was the large number of be hinds kicked by the local team. Several easy shots i~y the maroon forwards went to the wrong side, and three times the post was hit. The Tyabbians were unlucky not to have won by a larger margin than 10 points as their team, playing fine football, with nice system and plenty of dash, always looked the winners. It was the finest effort yet shown by the local team for the season and it should inspire the...

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