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The Last of His People A Slashing Story of Canada's Great Nor-West LAST SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME. THE YELLOW TYPHOON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
The Last of His People3 A Slashing Story of Canada's Great Nor-West LAST SATURDAY'S PRO GRAMME. THE YELLOW TYPHOON The .heroine. of . The Fighting Shepherdess," Anita Stewart, play ed a dual role in this very remark able picture last- Saturday. night. Harold McGrath wrote the story, and.he exploited a woman's insane love of adventure to make the story a series of sensational episodes, and he work'ed New York, Paris, 'Rome, London, Washington, and the gamb ling hells of Monte Carlo, Shanghai, Manilli: San Francisco, and Yoko hama into the story to give it the in ternational aspect." Anita Stewart played the role of a yellow-haired adventuress, with the, beauty of a goddess but the heart of a tigeress, who' wrecked men's lives and souls; in the second role, she portrayed a keen-minded secret service opera tive, whose. woman's wit succeeded inrunning to earth a desperate gang of spies and, international criminalsi led by her sister, whp was known in police circlesas the Yellow Typhoon....
Carrum News and Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
Carrum News and Notes The usual monthly meeting of the Progress Aisooliatidon was held Satur day night last in the Fire Brigade Hall. The Preelde it, ex-senator 8. Barker, occupied the chair, and there was an attendance of over S0 members present. Amongst correspondence received were letters from the Rail way Commissioners regarding fares; from W. C. Youog, hon. sec. Cornm bined Progress Assooiations, and the Borough Council.: : Mr Boyd reported on a conference he had attended with M?Escs E. B. Giles, and J. Robertson with the Carrum Fire Brigade. It was itiated that ihe Chief Officer of the Country Filr Brigades Boaid' flad said' that one United Brigade shouid' be formed with Chelsea as a contre; three men to beet' Carrom, nine at Chelsea ind three' at Aspendale: This proposal woas not received with' good grace by the local brigade;' and the Captain,"(llr G?. Shith) was' bof the opfnion that three members were insifl~dieo4i for'th?e ealfety of C~CCerrL also that we'al ould" have' a...
NEXT SATURDAY'S PROGRAMME. THE LAST OF HIS PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
NEXT SATURDAY'S PROGRAflME. THE LAST OF HIS PEOPLE This powerful drama of love and adventure will be screened to-mor row night. The story is simple, but strong, and centres abont an Indian boy and girl, brother and sister, who are the last of their people. Adopted and reared by an embittered white man, they adopt the modes.and.man-. ners of the whites, and when am?er" ry hunting party tourneys from the Great-White. Way to their peaceful homeland, there begins a gripping drama that is replete with pathos, human touches, sympathy, much hu mor and many spectacular situations. One of the most sensationalscenes is enacted when Mitchell Lewis (as the Indian) to fulfil a vow to his be trayed sister on her death-bed, struggles to the death with her be trayer on a narrow ledge high up on a mountainside, his antagonist being plunged to the rocky depths below. Other thrilling Incidents combine to make this one of the most exciting pictures of the season.. Mitchell Le wis will be supported, by ...
Chelsea [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
Chelse.9; A successful euchre party and dance was conducted by the mem bers of, St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Llewellyn Hall, Chelsea, on J.une I4th. The Rev. Father O'Sullivan presented the handsome prizes, and these were won by Mrs Henry, of Carrum, and Mr Harry Lehrke, of Carrunm. Dancing, to the music of Miss "Nettie Dennington, was indulged in by young and old alike until the wee sma' hours.
Carrum [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
Caxrrumn The Carrum Orchestral Society has been successfully founded, and good:progress is being made to make the orchestra a benefit to the town. At a meeting he!d..during last week, the following ofcials were elected : -President, Mr'A. Forsyth ; secre ,tary, Mr C. H. Ellis; asst secretary, Miss Daisy Deakin ; treasurer, Mr S Deakin ; conductor,. Mr C. Taylor ; committee, Messrs Taylor, Edwards, Terry and Laging.
THE UMPIRE'S WHISTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
THE UMPIRE'S WHISTLE. Umpires for Saturday's second matches are :-Tyabb v Mornington, Coxhell; Moorooduc v Franketon, Connell ; Somerville v Hastings, Lou Hutchinson. The Frankston II's held another successful euchre party and dance last Thursday night, when the prizes resulted :-Lady's, Miss bM. Smythe; Gents, Mr Jack Cameron ; Boobies, Mrs C. Wood and Mr Les Hughes. At a meeting of the Franketon Seconds Football Clnb, held on Mon day night last, there was a large at tendance of members. Mr Hugh Morrison (president) occupied the chair. It was' resolved to hold a euchre party and dance on Thursday,? 30th June, in aid of the Royal Insti tute of-the Blind. Prizes have been generousely donated for the occasion,. and as the gross takings will be handed over to the Institute a fair amount should he netted. The sug gestion made by the " Standard,"' re improvement of- tihe oval' on the. Frankston Park, was considered, and" the club decided to help to its fall financial ability:-That's the ...
40 Miles in Six Hours To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
40 Miles in- Six Hours ' To the:Editor.' Sir, I have. been travelling daily' for tibe,last twenty years on the ic torian r ailways, , .and- recently .1 bhad oesteion to visit 'Hastingse. On the return trip we were supp sed to leave Hastings at 3.58 p.m. We left lorng after 5 p.m.,. arriviog at Baxter shortyl before 6 p.m., where 'we were supposed to cdnnect with the Morn ington train. Needless to state,' this train 'did not wait for he,'and we ~iere left"to stanid abouit on the plattorni a cold winter night-until 7.30 p.m., when a train was drawn up to the platfoi;n. his;trein" did not contain a' Joiitacy. ghf ana we were forced to sit in darkness until we reached Frankston, where ww were glad to avail ouadelves of hot tgi and scones. The 'reafiinder_ of the journey' was accomphilisied in;lit ti'rriages, nd 'we were glad to reach Fliuder ':Street it 10 p.m. Fancy six hours to cover 40 miles I One naturally is curious to know what is the use of.'time tables if the trains cannot' be r...
Langwarrin [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
Lang-warrixn On Friday evening last the Recre ation Hall was well filled, the occa sion being to make a presentation to the Rev A. C. P. Gates on the eve of his departure from the district. Mr H. F. Griffith acted as chairman and during an interval in the prog ramme, the Rev P. E. Watts, on be half of the retidents. presented a well filled wallet to Mr Gates and an um brella to Mrs Gates. Messrs Wicks Bros. of Bendigo; have bought Mr Berry's store, and will take possession in August.
French Island [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
Frenach Islazid Darcy Eccles, who esasped from French Island, as reported in "The Standard" last issue, appeared at the Melbourne City Court on June 16, when he was charged with hav ing escaped from legal custody. The alleged offence was committed on May 7th. 1918, when accused was de tained at the McLeod Settlement Re formatory, French Island, having been admitted three days previotasly. He had been convicted of robbery in. company, and sentejnced to 2½years imprisonment. He -pleade I guilty, and was committed for trial at the General Sessions .on July 1st.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
PLUMBER land all HOUSE REPAIRS H. B. LEGGE, Yuiue Street, Frank?ton (24 Year's City Experience) Water Services Connected- Gas-Sewerage-Electric Bells Installed. STATE SAYINGS BANK OF YICTORI&A The Farmers' Bank I! Credit Foncier Loans on Special Terms to Re Farm Properties., ' turned Soldiers a Dependents, Red Cross & Two-Thirds of V'aluation Transport Workers L2000 at 6 per cent Three-Fourths of Valuation ...pp to £2000 at 5J per cent. Repayable over 27) years ? Repayable over 301 years £3 15/- half yearly for l ?1/15/- quarterly for each each £100 .oo. . Application Forme at any State Savings Bank or br writing to Inspector-General. Head Office, State Savings Bank, GEO. E. EMERY Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. Inspector-General. ( The Store for Value is, the Store for You There's a big sat."f?,:ton-n kno ing that our Store enjoys the.confidence ofr .- cuistomrnrs. ?Ihe)y?know that whatever they buy from u as -ho-nest value-we make this the policy of our busin b- a! 1i...
A Reply to Mr Unthank Municipal Matters Discussed by Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
A Reply to Mr.Unthank Municipal Matters Discussed by Correspondent f~~---===~"--:'='~"IU"" To the Editor. Sir,-In your issue of 3rd June, Mr Joseph Unthank walls like a Jeremiah over the future of the East and Central Ridings of the Shire of Frankston. Things are all wrong now that the other fellows are no longer in a sure minority, but things were splendid when Joseph's Six Brethren had the three North Riding members down- a hole, and made them pay up, willy nilly, to build the Shire Hall, In order to make Somerville into a Bush Capital. Mr Joseph Unthank says that as the East and Centre Ridings have, lost their overwhelming majority "the position of their representatives will now be a farce." He fails to see that the Six Brethren made the position of the other ridings a farce, or rather a tragedy. However, if the position of the East and Centre Riding rep resentatives is to be a farce, it will at any rate be a consistent continua tion of their previous faroial pro ceedings. Even w...
The Umpire's Whistle Neway Notes about the Game and Its Players CONDUCTED BY OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
The Umpire's Whistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players cmsncrD B3 ow SPECML KEPE SUTATM Talk," but ha is prominent in East Melbourne cricket circles, He showed me a "poete carte" from Edgar R. Mayne, sent from Mlonte Carlo. . He said the Australlians were having an enjoyable time. - - -a- - a Of course, there's no joke in this! On the way home from t.he South Pole-I mean Dromana-the merits of League centres were discussed. Who was best in that position ? One thought Chandler, another thought Rankin, others plumped for Paunam. Tan.dy and Mclntosh, but one happy lad went nap on Sheri, ! Sherry, the grand little chap who plays for Fitzroy, of course.
General Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 24 June 1921
General Notes Have you seen our great Football Competition on page one ? Use the coupon every week, and help to win gold medals for your favorites. My very modest efforts to give you a chatty and faithful chronicle of events in this sphere of athletic activitics has seemingly achieved Its objective in being in'eretling and not without its value to the game. The-pleasure has been mine. It is not out of place, however, to state that the " Standard " devotes more of its apace to the game than any other country newspaper in Victoria. A correspondent very much dislikes my football notes and urges the Edi tor to bend my whistle. It can't be done, brother, for the fact is that 95 per cent of the people demand it. Had not Australia's sons developed their manhood on the football, tennis and cricket field, the glory of the An zac would not have shone as bright in history as it has done. Mrs Dalman was Frankston's sole lady supporter at Dromana. The other regular lady barrackers missed the bus...
Seaford 13th June, 1921. To the Minister of Public Works, Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
Seaford .13th June, 1921. To the Minister of Public Works, Melbourne, Dear Sir,-Re Kanaunook Improve ment Scheme. --A combined meeting of the Seaford, Frankston and Long Island Progress Associations was hold at the Public Hall, Seaford, on Satur. day. 4th June. A report was received from your Departmental officers, through the Hon Alfred Downward, M.L.A. stating that the scheme set forth by Mr Sambell, the Engineer for the Shire of Frankston and Hast ings was impracticable. After/ a patient waiting of ten months. it was with bitter disappointment that we learnt that your offcers had nothing more to offer than destructive critic ism. Far be. it from us to criticise the opinion of qualified engineers. but it is in 'our province to speak on matters of fast. The report showed that the creek was in- an insaditary condition, rocolvidg house drainage from Frankstonand having no outlet; that'the average tide was two feet per day; . and that, this was not' a sufficient fall in five miles to ...
The Kananook Creek Progress Associations Reply to the Minister [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
SThe. Kananook Creek. Progress Associations Reply to the Minister The following. .correspondence' shows the present pqsition in regard to the.Kananook. Creek Improvement. Scheme movement : June,2oth,' 1921. o The Hon. A. Downward, M.L.A. Dear Sir, -At a meeting of the Seaford,; Franketon,.anhd Long:Island Progress Associations. held on Satur ,day. 4th June, the report of the Gqyernment Departmental Engineers ,on the ,scheme. for the improvement of the Kananook Creek, and which you. were, so. good. as to ..for-: ward, came underconsideration. The members were bitterly disappoipted with the adversao report and the ab 'sence of any proppauls in lieu of the Shire Engiueer's scheme. It was re solved that a letter shoul? be for wardied tq thle Minister of Public Works strongly~" emphaueising' our views .in this connection. I .was di-ecte'd to forward this letter for your periiail and' with .the request that you would be good enough, to convey th?e same to the Minister .of Publio Works?i Y...
Our Somerville Letter The Municipal Position to be Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
Our. Somerville Letter I I : The Municpal'-Position to be Discussed I_ Qwing to incroeaing busines, our local news agent, Mr N. R. Westawhy, has found it necessary to enlarge his business premises. This step is in keeping with the steady advance of commercial life in the district. A petition has been signed by a aumber of ::; -payers here asking the Councillors of the Centre Riding to convene a meeting of ratepayers to disauss the present municipal situa tion as it affects the Centre and Bast Ri dings. The farewell social tendered to the Rev A. C. F. Gates and family took place in the hall on Wednesday evening, 22nd ult., and proved, as was anticipated. an enjoyable" and well patronised event. Not only were members of the Anglican com munion present in good numbers but quite a number of folk were present, from other churches, to help make the event worthy of the occasion. Is the absence of sbe Vicar of the Parish (Rev P. E. Watt, fM.A.) who was unable to be present until later in th...
GOLD MEDALS VOTING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
GOLD MEDALS VOTING The following votes have been re= ceived for the Gold. Medal Contest up to Thursday night : . ...First Association ,.. . Claude Barber (Somerville) " I1 'Joker" Cameron (Frankston) Reg Coxall (Frankston) 1.. "Pompy" Davis (Carruin I: B.R. Fairnie (Frankston. .. 'Snovy"?.Lewis (Frani"kton) 1 George McLear (Dromana) ' l Ron.1. Stope (Somerville) 1 - Seo?nd Associatioh M edal ... Franik Matson (Frankston)l Voting h ?' not, as yet, been quite. as brisk as we would like;:although. ina iteek. ortwo the figures will conimence to expand considerably. Between M'ordialloc s and Sorreato, and from Frankston to Cowes and; Fllnd'ers,' there are approximately 1500 people Interested in "The Stan dard," so there is do reasod why the' the votirig should not be large. Vote for your favorite -in' either associn tion at once. :You miy pbst it or: leave it at the ofilce or hand it to. any member of The Standard staff.;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
ri,&lt; 1BER and? all HOUSE REPAIRS H. B, LEGGE, Yuille street, Frankston (24 Year's City Experience) Water Services Connected-Gas-Sewerage-Electric Bells Installed. STATE SAYINGS BANK OF VICTORIA The Farmers' Bank I a! Credit' Foncier Loans on , Special Terms to Re-* Fairim Properties?. turned Soldiers, Dependents, Red Cross&, Two-Thirds of -,aluation: ' Transport Workers ,2000at 6 per cent- 'Three-Fourths of Valuation up' to £2000 at 51 per cent. Repayable ver 27 years epayale over 301 years £3 5"/- half:ttyearly forr "' ,1/15/- quarterly for each each £100 £t oo. Application Formu at anjState Savings Bank , 4 .. or by writing to'Inspector-'eneral. Head Off+e ,'State Savings " Bank, - GEO. E. EMERY Elizabeth Street, 1elbourne. Inspector-General. The Store for Value %s the There's a big satisfaction in knowing that our Store enjoys the confidence of our 'ctistomers: They knosw that Swhatever they buy from us .s honest value-we make this the policy of our business an...
THE TYABB PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
-THE TYABB PICNIC A public meeting was held in the Tyabb Hall-on Wednesday, June 22nd for the purpose of forming a commit tee to carry on the annual picnic at Tyabb. The war, which upset quite a number of these sociolgatherings, seriunasly affected this picnic. and it has been losing popularity since the dark days of 1914. A strong com mittee, with Mr A. E. Benton as its president, and Mr W. P Mair as the secretary, was formed, and they hope to make this year's picnic as popular as it waqin pre-war days. To raise rands in the meantime, concerts are to be held, and the Tyabb people are earneotly reqUested to help the coni nittee as much as possible.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
A REGULAR " T BRISBANE SHIPPER Who thli. season had shipped his first consignment to our firm, writes thus: 'Consider me one of your celnts this year if you can give .me anything like near the same satldaction 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 Svariety. You must realise .Brisbane Means Better Prices I if you are a regular shipper. .,We know you're not in the fruit growing industry for comedy, so why play with markets as I though groping in the dark with bandaged eyes for payable prices for your fruit? Let us assist you in the matter. By lookin...