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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 I Newsy. Notes about the Game and Its Players CONDUCTED BY OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE The position of the various clubs on the premiership lists up to the pre sent is shown in the following table NAME - e SECOND ASSOCIATION Tyabb 5 4 1 0 20 16 Hastings 5 4 1 0 20 16 Franktoun 5 8 2. 0 20, 12 Mornington 5 2 2 1 20 10 Langwarrin 5 1 2 2 20 8 Moorooduo 5 1 8 1 20 6 Somerville 5 1- 4- 0 20 4 Last Saturday's various matohes resulted ps follows : Hastings If beat Mornington I1 Tyabb beat Langwarrin Somerville Stars beat Moorooduo The Second Association has granted W. Kervillo a special permit to play with Franketon II's. * a * The protest' lodged by Franketon II's against Hastings II's being aw- 1 arded the match of May 28th has been dismissed. "The Standard," like most units I of the Press, protests against the dis- I graceful scenes that are taking nlaoe I on the football field all over the State. The game, according to the r laws, is strong enough. -and there is e ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921
p A REGULAR « '. BRISBANE SHIPPERr Who this season has shipped his first consignment to our firm, writes thus:-"Consider me one of your clients this year if you can give me anything like near the same satisfaction right through the season. I'm advising my neighbour, who has a good crop of Jonathans, to give your firm a trial." This is only an extract from one of the many letters we receive from all over Australia. If you have something good that you would like to realiea a special price for, then we are the frm to handle it for you. Get your note-paper right now and let us have an idea of your crop and varieties, and we will do our utmost to give you an idea of best time to ship each variety. You must realise Brisbane Means Better Prices if you are a regular shipper. We know you're not in the fruit growing industry for comedy, so why play with markets as though groping in the dark with bandaged eyes for payable prices for your fruit? Let us assist you in the matter. By looking after...
Cowes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921
Cowes The Shire of Phillip Island and Woolamai, at the instance of Crs Mcllwraith and Dixon, has officially thanLed the Cowes Progress Associ ation for having the foreebhore fenced and improved. After much effort, the Ports and Harbours Department has consented to defray. the cost of lighting at the Rhyll jetty, The annual cost is £6, Through her solicitors, Westley & Dale, Mrs McLardy, of Cowes, has made a claim for £99 damages ag alnst the Shire. Council on the grounds that a defective culvert was the cease of her meeting with an accident last February. The Council has denied liability. Inspector Little, of Cowes. states that owing to the high prices pre vailing in the Melbourne markets, a large number of, cattle have been sold from the island.
MORNINGTON v. SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921
MORNINGTON v SOMERVILLE On Saturday last, in the presence of a large attendance, Somerville andi Mornington met at the latter place. Unfortunately, the game as a spec tacle was not all, that could be de aired, as the play was somewhat'on the rough side, and McGuire seemed to have little control 'over the game. -The teams' were : " Mornington-Harrison,' Patterson (2), Birch,.. Olen, Coukle,-Sanderson, Reld, Golds, Wilson (2); Pitchford, Butler, Johnson, Hallum,. Griffeth, Sherlock andHutchinis.: Somervilllo-Webb, Thornell, Wil liams, Murray (2)," Stone, 'Grtiflths, Foster, Hutchinson, Sullivan, Blcke, McConxille, 'Mentiplay, Maloney, McArthur, Tyree,. Delanoy, and Ked gill. The play was delayed by Somer-' ville for. 15 minutes,; as :they were .aiting forStone aiind Delaney, who did not arrive from Balnarriug:.util the quarter wavi ell advanced. Stofie and, Delaney, however, made up for' lost time wvhen tliey did arrive. -The scores wore then much in the "home team's favor;- being 6.1...
Various Carrum Topics Discussed by the Carrum Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921
Various Carram Topics Discussed by the Carrum Progress Association There wtas a :moderate attendance at the-meeting held on Saturday last. Ex-Senator Barker presided. Permission was granted by the Ports and Harbors Trust for the er ectio 'of a lamp at the mouth of the Patterson River, and it was decided to apply to the council for one of the now disused street lamps, to be plar ed On the foreshore, the Association to make arrangements for lighting same. It is-intended that the light will setre as a guide to flbshes±an re turning home. The secretary was " instsicted. to again ,write to the Commissioners in reference- to the anomaly in'railway fares` It was poir.ted out that by purchas ing a ticket from Carrum to Chilsea, and then getting a return to the City, 5d coulad be' saved on the journey. To travel from': CArrum to the City a fare -of is 8d: easci way is charged: [rom Chelsea a ticket can he purchas. ed'for2s 3d return, and the fare both -ways between the stations is 8d. The lo...
Moorooduc [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921
Mooxooduc A very seocessful concert was given at Mooroodno recent.yo by members of St Peter's Church, Mornington, to assist in raising money for the erec tion of a Church of England here. The Rev A. R. Quirke, of Hastings, thanked AtohFeaeon 'Aiokin for .the spiritual interi t he had displayed in the- district.' Amongst those who contributed to the programme were Misses Dorothy Young, Alice Young, Rene Alliton; Nellie Millar, Beryl Hutchins, Phyllis Weir, Ins Ander son and Master Willie Anderson.' The programme was charminglY'rendered, and much apprecilated by the large number of people present; The pro ceedings terminated with a sump tions supper, which was'provided by the hospitable ladies of thei 'dbroo-, duoe district.
Shire Officials' Reports [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921
Shire Officials' Reports , r John E. Jones; Shire Secretary; reported as follows :- ' lhbeg to.report the following col lections for-l-ay...:--General Rdtes, £729.L6s Gd; Pan fees, £153 ls;"Sep aratea Rte, £10,1988d ; General' Ac count, £94 13s Td; Foreshofe. £4"5s; Heather Hill.?lmprovement Rate, £4 7s; Dog fees,.d4 15s;, Rate Certificates 6s ; :Park, Grants, .£10'; mialting a totl. of, £1012 3s 9d.. Trough,IIHastings Road, has been cemented, and now crtries a' certain amount efextra water. Trough at Somerville, Jones' Road, aias been fixed n position during the moanth, Wood, lchlahon's Road -- 86 toi?bhave beeir obtained iand stacked in Counnci yard, Frankston, at, the current piiruhaso price per ton of 12s. This namounta to £51l12s.,,worth of Tyalib C~netery--To be? reported to cemeter a eting. fSecretary.- re quired. itr. A. 1K: T.-Sambell, C.E.,,report d as follows: Constroution Roads under Country Roads.Board;- - Franksta- Dandenong Road-Con' tractor Murar. bas made good pro g...
Clyde [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921
Clyde The recent meet of the Melbourne Hounds at Clyde was a highly enjoy able gathering. All the young ladies wore the correct hunting kit-- bree ches and boots, etc, with 'nary a skirt about. Amongst the members present were General Sir Brudenall White, Maior General Sir William Glasgow, and Generrl Johnstone. Miss Norma Collins, of Frankston, collected the brush and Miss Bonnie Paifreyrnan the mask. Misses L. Palfreyman, Gullifer and Eileen Fitzsimmons were amongst the lad les who followed the hounds.
Sorrento [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921
-Sorrento At the recent gymkhana in aid of the Sorrento Brass Band, a baby contest was inaugurated, and Baby Newton, of Portsea, was awarded the prize, much to the young mo- ther's delight. The gymkhana pro- ved very successful. Those who had charge of the stalls were Mesdames Clarke, Johnson, Erlandson, Riley, Stringer, Deegan and Misses Watson, Thomas and Watts, who raised £63.
HASTINGS v. DROMANA [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921
HASTINGS v. DROMANA &nbsp; In the recent match against Dromana at Hastings, the Blues defeated the lads from Port Phillip Bay by 6.13 to 5.5. This match was not re ported in last issue, owing to the re port being received too late at this office. Dromana's best were the McLears, Clydesdale, McFadzen and McGregor, whilst Knox, the Allens, Floyd, Peddle and Hurley were most prominent on the winning side. The Dromana lads were entertained at tea by the ladies of Hastings, after which George McLear stood up and pratied the ladies for their thoughtfulness and the good things provided.
Bittern [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 17 June 1921
Bittern The Bittern Progress Association has been active of late, and has suc- ceeded in inducing the Flinders Shire Council to effect improvement to various matters in and about the district. Good progress has been made with the new railway from Bittern to Redhill. Rails have been laid to a distance of two or three miles. The rains, which have just fallen, have hindered work to some degree, but we must have the rain, although the settlers at Redhill and Balnarring are anxiously waiting the appearance of the first train.
Hastings [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
H.astings The Hastings II's Football Club held a very successful plain and fan cy dress .ball in the Hastings Town Hall on the 18th inst. The music was supplied by Miss Romeo (piano) and ..Mr Victor Gallagher (cornet). Those.in costume were :-. Mr-Thos Hodgins, .of. Hastings. and Mr J.. Lyng,.of- Bittern, clowns ; Mr James Tanner, of NavaLBase, cavalier.; Mr A. Bowie, of Naval *Base, Indian·; Mr F. Wilkinson, of Naval Baise, In dian Squaw ; Mr F. Davis, of Naval Base, Chinaman; Mr and Mrs Nev ell, of Balnarring, Swagmnau and his clinah ;'Mr Fred Davis, of Hastings, Padded Billy. The various prizes were won by Mr-and Mrs Ncvell, Mr and Mrs .Les Heybick and-Mr Tan ner.? The.takings wero £9., Mr J:. Romeo acted as secrethary. ilan efi cient manner.
Tyabb Concert [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
T'yabb Conicert A choice little evening was given by the party of entertainers, which has been so successfully "touring the provinces," here recently. The company consists of a quartette par ty, Misses Doris Unthank and Doris Young, the Rev. A. R. Quirke, and Mr P Hair; violinist, Mr. J. Nairn, A.L.C.M, who is also a clever elocut ionist ; and another good elocation let, Mr P. Val Kerr. Part singing is not the only accomplishment of the quartette. As a soloist, Miss Un thank is a favourite from one end of the Peninsula to the other ; and M iss Young is a pianists and accompanist and her good contralto voice is more often desired in solos than we are now favored with. The Rev. Mr Qairke is a tenor soloist and capable accompanist, whilst Mr Mair's soft, out rich bass solos are specially, wel come. It can, therefore, be seen that the concert party 'is sufficient for itself, and having been in exis tence for some . months, like a good team well handled and practised, it can and does pul...
Our Somerville Letter The Fruit Growers Oppose Prohibitive Tariff [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
Our Somerville Letter The Fruit Growers Oppose Prohibitive Tariff The monthly meeting of the Fruit. growers' Association was held on Monday evening last. In the absence of the President (Mr Warren) through indisposition, Mr C. W. Grant occu pied the chair. A fair number of members were present. The busi ness transacted at the recent annual conference was reviewed. The chair man, who attended as a delegate, explained various points that.ap peared in the report, as they affec ted the local growers. One import ant matter that was dealt with was the question of -the high protective duties on imported machinery used in the industry, instancing the Can ning Factory at, Shepparton, which had to submit to a tax of £6,000 on their plant. Steps are being taken to have this duty substantially re duced. It was-decided to donate £2 to the Central Association, which was appealing to the affiliated asso ciations for funds:to carry on its useful work. It was reported that the Central Association in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
A REGULAR ý BRISBANE SHIPPER Who this season has shipped his first consignment to our firm, writes thus:-"Consider me one of your clents this year if you can give me anything like near the same satisfaction right through the season. I'm advising my neighbour, who has a good crop of Jonathans, to give your firm a trial." This is only an extract from one of the many letters we receive from all over Australia. If you have something good that you would like to realise a special price for, then we are the firm to handle it for you. Get your note-paper right now and let us have an idea of your crop and varieties, and we will do our utmost to give you an idea of best time to ship each variety. You must realiso Brisbane Means Better Prices if you are a regular shipper. We know you're not in the fruit growing industry for comedy, so why play with markets as though groping in the dark with bandaged eyes for payable prices for your fruit? Let us assist you in the matter. By looking after your ...
SEAFORD [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
SEAFORD The annual meeting of the Seaford Progress Association was held last Satur lay night, when the President (Mr C Hunter), who received a hearty welcome, presided. Crs W. Armstrong and Howell, and Messrs Martin, Wiltshire, Skipper, Cotton and Klauer were also present. The Shire Council, stating that the Shire Engineer had been instructed to inspect and take over McCrea St, on which the new school is being erected, and urging the association to request the Education Dept to have a footpath constructed on one side of the street.--Meesrs Cotton and Wiltshire moved that the matter be explained to the department. Shire Council, regarding the pipe culyert in Station Street and propo sal to erect bridge instead, stating that the Engineer had been instruc ted to prepare an estimate. Railway Department, denying that the crossing at Station Street was dangerous owing to the sand bank on the up side, but promisiug that crossing will be further improved when the sub station is completed. M...
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
Repatriatioql Notes Returned Soldiers are incited tc apply to this Committee for adviqe before. entertaining business pro posals of any kind. Those Soldiers and Dependents needing assistance, sustenance, &c.. are hereby notified. that ..by personal application to any of the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may be obtained :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, S. Sherlock, W. P. Mason, T. J. 'I:Murtrie and E. Barrett. Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy snitable for returned men." Persons having Businc.-e or Property. &c., to sell suitabl,. to RPeturned Soldiers are earn eatly invites-i to communicate partica lars to the Committee.' E. BARRETT, Hon. Sec, , Reoatriatio Franksan.,.
Dromana [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
;Drcmaina Thl&"Presbyterian-ChurcHiwas ithe sceie of. a quiet but pretty'weddiin oi June. 1Oth, when' Miss - Maude Cairns; of Boneo, was married to Mr Albibt..White,' of Dromana.; The bridle was .charmingly'attired, add looked :very :beautiful. Heor.aittei' duntls were Mhisses' .LilyzWhite and. Je an Cairns; whilst: .M r -'Cihas Cairns' acted as best man. .The happy couple i&c'e' notored. to -Franliston." where they caught;.;the :.tain f for:Heales ville, wherdethe 'iiiosn was spret. . J
Pony Falls Down a Well [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
PoNy Falls Down a Well Last Sunday, a pony, the property of Mr Bennett, fell down a narrow well at "Cleveden," Kare Street, but, fortunately, the pony was rescued by a number of willing workers. It is not known how long the animal had been in the well before it.was die. overed, but he was down about 10 feet, with hie head nust out of the water. The pony is not much the worse for its adventure.
MOOROODUC v HASTINGS II's [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
MOOOOODUGnC HA4BSP U'.I Moorooduao weily defeated Hast Inhs II's4t Moorbeduo bE Saturday lest. The Moorles led throughout- 1ii8 to 1.0, E11 to I.2, p.14 to.l.t. and 6.17 to 2.3 .A. Sheao, R. She?t (8), and Grierson ktakd the goa?L The,Mooroodno team agsias'Frankns to I~'s tomorrow will b?,:-Wilson, Counnl4 Grierson (2), Higgess (2). Sheat (2), Sherloch (3), Hutt, WIlks, Wagner, Sheridan, Hodgins, Lucas, Thompeon and Anderson. The 7th series ofd competitive games will take place to morrow. The matches are: Carrum v Somerville Naval Depot v Hastings' ,_ - Mornlogton v Dromana Frankston have the bye. In. every instance. the matches are played at the first mentioned plac's. , a a The Second Association matches to moraow will be as follows : Mooroodncv Frankston Tyabb v Mornington Somerville v Hastings. Langwarrin bye Last Saturday's various matches resulted as follows : Frankston beat Dromana Hastings beat Mornington Somerville beat Naval Depot Langwarrin beat Somerville II's Tyabb beat...