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Yacht Club 2nd Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
Yacht Club 2nd Annual Meeting Tho secolllnd annl l lleetinlg n1111 smnolcke nightt o' t|he F?lrnikstoin Yicht Clubl was held in the cll) hlousc on Stiratlurdy night. More thlin il'ty meinmbers evcro present, :r K.. Tn an opening address, the pIesi dent (Mr. J. Grlce) said they were very proud to hold the meeting in their new building. '.The committee was delighted with. the club's progress and with the fact that there were young men and willing coundillors to back them up. The work :done by the Council, to the Kananook Creek, was thoroughly appreciated. It was understood that . the Council would construct some hundreds of feet of sheeting beyond the mouth of the creek, to create 'a scour and keep the entrance from silting up. When the work was completed, there would be no safer place to. moor boats on the Bay, than the Kananoolt Creek. He paid d tribute to-the work and support given him by the committee during his period- of office.. "~ilh -secret~iry "(·1Tr. J. : P. I:I;augier) als...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
PERSONAL. Mr R. Jackson, proprietor of the Young street garage, is reported to be improving after a serious illness. He is an inmate of the Alfred Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. A. Stanton, formerly of the Prince of Wales Hotel, Franks ton, have taken over the Mordialloc Hotel.
Council's £14,000 Loan Details of Proposed Works [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
Council's £14,000 Loan oOo Details of Proposed Works Consideration was given to at proposed schedlile of Loan Works at. a meeting of the Public Works Conmmittee, held on Friday. It was decided to recommlcnd to the Council tilt a loani of £14~000 be obtained for `the- following works and undertatkings: Reconstruction of lower road on west side of Point Nepean Road and kerbing from Beach Street to Fiocchi Avenue; kerbing and paving of foot paths in various streets, including Ritchie Street, Horne Street, Evelyn Street, and Dandenong Road north from Beach Street, £3,000; Priming and sealing of McMahon's Road and Overton Road, £400; Widening Wells Street Bridge (over creek) and pur chasing land for improvements at Gould Street corner, £500; Kanano'ok Creek mouth works, £300; Paving of footpath; Point Nepean Road, Sea ford, £1,200; Pine Plantation drainage, £300; Wells Road .bridge, £50; Re construction of north end of Baden Powell' Drive and east end of Humphries Road, £1,100; Com pleti...
LANGWARRIN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
LANGWARRIN TENNIS. Mr. R. Thornton has been appoint ed secretary of the tennis club. The weekly tournaments-conducted by the club are drawing good attendances. Mr. E. Appleton, a trustee of the club, has informed members that Cr. J. Lamperd is donating a pavilion for the use of members at the court. PERSONAL. The many friends of Mr. C. Bailey, of Centre road, and a well-known member of the Fran1kston Amateur Cycling Club, who is in hospital suf fering with a severe illness, will be pleased t'o hear that he is' on the road to recovery. PROGRESS. At a meeting of the Progress As sociation it was decided to send a letter to the Cranbourne Shire Coun cil, drawing their attention to the bad state they have allowed Warran dyte and' North roads to drift to. At the present time Warrandyte road in wet weather is nothing but a heap of mud and slush, and is dangerous to horse and motor traffic, and not fit for pedestrians to walk along, and in fine weather it is a mass of pot holes.
AMATEUR TALENT QUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
AMATEUR TALENT QUEST. The forthcoming talent quest to be held : next .Thursday, August 3, at. 8 p.m. in the Frankston IMechanices' In stitute, 'has created considerable pub lic interest, and many entries have been received. The quest. which is being held to assist the Minton. Boys' Home, should be one of the :best en tertainments seen in Frankston for a long time. Remember the dlate, Aug ust 3, and come along and appreciate the local talent. By so doing so you also be helping-a very worthy cause. Admission prices are 1/6 :and: 1/-, children hralf-price. Tickets obtain a'ble at the Standard office.
TYABB [?]UIT GROWERS' CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
TYABB. IT GROWERS' CONFERENCE. eports on demonstration plots, urial tests, and the cost of pro ng one case of marketable apples Sbe discussed at a' meetiig of ict fruitgrowers, to be held. in the bb hall on Tuesday,:August 1st, p.m. Mr. R. Wadeson will be the lher. e cost of production of one case aples is expected to be of par ar interest and educational value all growers. An open invitation been extended by the organisers e present at the meeting. t the Methodist Church next Sun the Sunday School Anniversary be held. The singing ::by the dren will be a'special featuie· and services will be conducted by the . David J. Flockart, a minister over 50 Years ago...' Sa.m. and 7 p.m. (S.A.A.I: Rev. id J. Flockart. PERSONAL' r. R. J. Greine and his two sons, and Clive, have returned. from elightful holiday in Queensland:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
COMMENTS - EDITORIAL PAGE - FEA TU THE STANDARD, FRIDAY,, JULY, 28, 1939 "The Standard": _ 1ANDARD NEWSPAPERS PTY. LTD., Ownerasand Publishers. Office of Publication: Bay Street, Frankston, Victoria. SUBSCRIPTION RATE-2/6 PER QUARTER, Post: Free within the Commonwealth. Publishers of Moorabbin News. Sandringham News Ormond,News. , Hampton News Mlordialloc City News. Mornlington Standard Frankstýn .Standard. City of Chelsea News Black,;ock News. IT'S AN EVAN DAVIES PRODUCTIONl: I You are invited to Try DAVIES PURE WHOLEMEAL BREAD. The . most.nutritious food that" is made. There is no added ingredients ,such as-flour or color in our 'wholemeal bread. ; ,t is the whole wheat ground, nothing extracted or added. Doctors recom mend.it. for -.both young and grown upD We also, manufacture PURE WHITE and VIENNA, BREAD. s i v ,GIVE US A TRIAL.': DAVIES FRANKSTON BAKERY The Shopping Centre of Frankst" ° Tierney's OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION oOo The Largest Stock ofi General Drapery, Mer. ctry and...
NAVY KNUTS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
NIAVY KNUTS 0--o eat credit is due to .the thirty artists engaged in this big musi omedy productign, for the inter hown by them and the amount of work they are putting in to 'Thursday, the 31st of August, ght of real fun and entertain for all those who witness this attraction. the recent rehearsal artists were duced to the ability, personality technique of Miss' Norma, Mc ld, their clever and versatile in tress, who in herself will be a erful acquisition to Navy Knuts. e now bring before your notice tickets will be obtainable for night of entertainment at the of this coming week. Will Handley presents "NAVY KNUTS," A Big Musical Comedy Skit, With Thirty Local Artists, In aid of the Football Club, On Thursday, August 31. Popular prices, 1/1 and 1/71. (6d. extra for booking).
Discomfort [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
Discomf ort oOo As a local paper it is our duty to foster local trade as much as possible. He would be a very unfair critic who said that we ever depart from this first essential of local journalism. From time to. time we publish articles setting out why residents should shop locally, and those arguments are irrefutable. To further the case on behalf of local * business people, we visited the City of Melbourne on Saturday morning. last, and closely observed the conditions under which suburbanites !part with their cash. The main thought which struck us was why, in the name of fortune, people (and ladies in particular) choose to travel into. the city, with its deafening noise, and bustle, with its jostling' crowds, and stifling atmosphere, when they have--right at the front doors-shops offering them goods of equal value and quality'-in many, cases, as a mattes of fact-at less than city prices. It is a question we cannot answer ourselves, unless it be a foolish answer, because it would...
DEFENCE FORCE NOTES 46th Batt'n (Brighton Rifles). [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
DEFENCE FORCE NOTES 46th Batt'n (Brighton Rifles). A record dance crowd of nearly one hundred happy dahcers attended the dance arranged by the committee of the Regimental Band last Satur day night. As a matter of hard fact, the committee was wondering where it was going to find room for the out-size in attendances, but for tunately for the peace of mind oft committeemen, the pressure abated! about 9 p.m., and gave them' a much needed breather. Secretary Jack Hayes wore a beaming smile on his face as he raked in the "mazuma," but the smile faded somewhat as he supervised the setting out of the eat ables. However, a few hurried pur chases at some adjacent tuck shops soon righted matters, and all was well again. Many present were quite unknown to bandsmen, but were soon made to feel at home, and a most en joyable time was spent by all. L/Cpl. Tom Lacey and partner annexed the Monte Carlo dance, and an unknown visitor collected a very nice crystal honey jar for correctly estimating the ...
Stray Dog Nuisance Traders' Critical [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
: tray Dog Nuisance oOo Traders' Critical S on protest of the nuisanice caused bi the stray dogs in the shop ires of Frankston, was voiced by menlbers of the Frankston on Association at the quarterly meeting held .on Tuesdtay evening. SPF. Strong occupied the chair. 1 stated that the dogs were alt acks of sixes and igits and oming an increasing annoy-, rades people, as well as being ong e to the health of:the com hire Council will' be asked B Oaction to relieve the.nuisance. I UI cretary (Mr: L. Swift)? was in Ia! to write to the Phillip Island aas requesting that better pro for conveniences; dressing rigs d hot water be made before Pua visit of the Traders' Associa e?tl its annual picnic outing. Queen Carnival ecting decided not to :nomin ueen to represent Frankston in the proposed Queei?nCarni the Frankston Community si t, but will give every. possible trm in regard to the function.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
French Polishing. If?aphol01stering? TER CRAFTSMEN F. WILSON. & BROS.) o Voutng an:l teach streets ofsitenranlWvv Mat:?s) , trecommendations from P rnfinent Residents. FRANKSTON MOTOR GARAGE Melbourne Road, FRANKSTON Phones 101, 97. Old established authorised General Motors Dealers, Chevrolet and Buick ':' rsF. Our propositions on trade-ins to see O. J. OLSEN. Details of £14,000 Loan -' .° ," " L J *Presents for 1939... HE FINEST CARS IN THE 8 h.p. FIELD FLYING STANDARD QUALITY CARS-SEE BRETT, 24 PLAYNE STREET, FRANKSTON. o Phone 77. ' eninsula's largest selec Men's and Boys' Wear. It IIIIIIIIIIII LLEN UNDERWEAR FOR MEN man who knows the value of next to the skin" should see Play of WOOLLEN UNDER ood akes, low prices'.. EADIE'S Bay St., FRANKSTON. 'Phone 352. selection in all cotton from ng Dants and'S. sleeve 'snglets, and wool. from 3/6; Wool and 411 all wool, 5/11. All .izes SHOOTERS -; '12"'giag English cart Sridges 4/8 packet. Large stock-:. of rifles and shot guns at C...
YOUNG MAN DEAD IN GAS-FILLED ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
.YOUNG MAN DEAD IN. GAS-FILLED ROOM. Leonard Atkinson, aged 22, grocer's assistant, formerly, employed at Pratt's Stores, Young ,street, was found dead at 9 o'clock on Monday morning in a gas-filled room at the rear of premises. in Playne street, Frankston. Deceased's head, enclosed in a paper bag and pillow slip, was resting on a cushion. One end of a rubber tube connected with a gas main had been placed inside the pillow 'slip... Atlinson,.w.ho was.a native of Rochester, was well-known in Franks .tori and highly thoight; of :byihis em -ployers. .No.reasonmhasibeeri advanc ed .as "an :explanation. of: the itragedy. morgue.' : . ' :
GRAND GALA TO-NIGHT. REPEAT PERFORMANCE ON MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
GRAND GALA TO-NIGHT. REPEAT PERFORMANCE ON MONDAY. A grand ,gala night and dance will be presented at the Wattle Palais, Frankston, by students of the Dis trict High School, to-night, at 8 p.m. It is confidently anticipated that the gala will be an even greater spec tacular success than that of 1935. So great has been the demand for tickets that it has been decided to re peat the performance ,on Monday night at 8 p.m. Unreserved tickets bought for to night's performance may be used on Monday night.;. Box plan for Mon day night's booking is now open at Wheeler's Pharmacy.
INDOOR BOWLS PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
INDOOR BOWLS PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP All teams matches were suspended this week to allow the 'pairs chan pionships to be played. A splendid entry was received, and some excel lent bowling witnessed. Mrs Aldog and Mrs Schmidt displayed very con sistent' bowling, and were unfortunate to be beaten in the semi-final by two experienced players, Messrs Hinds and Bentley. H. Bentley afro gave his best bowl ing performance for the season, and proved an excellent partner for H. Hinds, who did notl pro4uce his usual high standard of bowling. Mr Walter and W. Lewis, who will play Hinds and Bentley in the final, have shown consistent form through out the competition.. On Wednesday teams' matches will be resumed.
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE THERMOS FLASKS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE - 0 THERMOS FLASKS. The inside of a thermos flask near ly always becomes discolored with use. To remove this stain, put some ordinary coarse sand and a little warm water into the flask, shake vigorously for a -while, then empty. Repeat this process until the stain has disappeared, then wash the flask out thoroughly. CHEESE PIE. Cheese, good source vitamin A, tomatoes, rich in B and C, with a good supply of A. Grate 4oz. cheese finely. Grease a fireproof piedish and sprinkle with crumbs. Cover with layer of cheese. Slice tomatoes thickly, sprinkle with salt, and lay in the piedish. Sprinkle over more cheese, then thickly with crunibs. Dot well with butter. Bake in moderate oven till cheese is melted and brown. COFFEE SQUARES. :Take -one small cup sugar, half cup butter, one. cup sour. milk, two cups plain flour, one cup chopped raisins or sidltanas, a little lemon peel, a few walnuts (chopped), one teaspoon soda, -half teaspoon cinnamon, cream, butter and sugar, add...
A.R.P. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 28 July 1939
ionbiI-l.cx)f shelters and dug-outs for the entire population of nklson artnd tl "CntS' at basic wage ratces for "?oluntceers'" are de I ,il the IFrankston branch of the Australian TtLbor Party before predlriv to co-opirate In the formattion of Red Cross Companies 1.4I ?lrict. a meeting held last week, con llon was given to a request from. hhire Council, asking for co-op 11 in Air Raid Precautions wa unanllmously decided that the *,should support the proposal to Vtoluntary Aid Companies in the Sprovided that: e Shire Council make the neces provision for the construction of 1ule protection, in the formn of et shelters andee deep dug-outs, he whole of the population, and i,.rticularly for the sick, the and the children. l that, in the case of National gency, volunteers in the . Volun All Conpanies, shall receive pay for services rendered at basic or r rates, until such time as all of capilal shall be nationalised ervice to the community. was statled, regarding the first sion, that if ...