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The Peebles Charges The Editor Discusses and Closes the Case [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
iiThe Peeblesb Charges The Editor Discusses and Closes the Case Wi, have received for lpublicatiou from tlneeAnnilo Peeblen, a letter iu which shte asks for spacu to correct ii frow of what she formis, "the niany Sicious luntrtns circoulated during Cr drtds unwarriantable iand unjusti liable attack on nmiy soil at the re Ipatriation' meeting." ': Mrs. Peobles then says, referring to her son- "(1) It is hot true that we Iluanced him ;-(2) We know he was trying to sell the business ; (3) - He ?oesa not owo his father tiny money ; (4) My afildavit was so twisted aid .misquo ted that no one could recognise it In. Its original form." - Mrs Peebles theno proceeds to sick-' 'Why shbo!ld Cr Oates dlrg our per soital and private alfaire before the public ?" and suggests that- It was rdone to "discredit anud bliacken the chit acter' of a man brave 'enough to shouldert thelio responsibillities whtich oht htsh ilrked.d " "TheStandard". regrets thit "Mr Poebles should seek to re-open this questi...
Other People's Opinions [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
Other People's Opinions 'MrA. G. Edwards, secretary Som erville Branch.of the Returned Sol diers and, Sailors Imperial League of Anustralia, writes : Sir,-At a, meeting of the Rirpatrl stion Commsuittee, held at F.ariketo, no the 7th inust, and reported In "The Standard" on.the 14th inst, s r E Barrett, in- reply to a" remark hby Cr Murray, is ieported to have said:- "I wvas man enougohto go to the war-.which". is -.more thau.e Cr Murray could sayof .one f. This hsue been taken by omnie to mean that Cr Murray set.ut, eon;.. Ouh be Ialf of the Somervllli, Brauclh of the R.S,S.I.L.A, and for'.tlh Ienefit of,, those of yous, rei;uldrs wl are not so.l well acqualnted with . the faitlly, I wish to state that of three eligible: sons, two enlisted nod got to. the front. And for ":dinkum stoush" it would be hard to find it "digger". who has seen more of it than "Jum'? lMurray, who returned with a doc'ora-. tiln for speiitt. seri?ice. Mr Barrett was.prohably 'hitoing at one Individ nal r- mm...
"As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
As You Like It" Newsy Notes from All Parts of the.Penisula ii , Al. tle, District Colnrt. Melolourne, y last week, Hill & Kershaw,,dairy far. m e na of, the Lyndhurst .district, were i,fned £5F.uan £1 ls 6ld costs for havo lug sold adulterated millk. - - S.The Crainbourne Slire Council liUn iuuinliaou ily resolved, owing to the luadeqluato. traveiling ' facilities, "to pnrciase a motor-caur fr the. exci'is a l' nusa of the Shire Engluicoe. At ihe ljfl:ehue i »l-ie. welt ha citnillng e,1 , penditure of&037,000 in liani. Tliose people .who enjoy a.hll days at So;rento urte hardly ehble to. rellne that at ona ..tine the trlangle .flour-. lahe) there. .Yet It is so. In Coil ns' day, oneo convict get'200 lashes for klcking ia shd-goat.; :another was severely Iacertittd for irolbbing.a Imtu nth' nest.'. In another case, It discon tented ilarine received 900 I asds for Inuodldirliko conduct I :.:'The sands iof $orrsto weire ,mingled with the blood drjppings of the lashed an...
Long Island Movement Progress Association Formed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
Long Island Movement Progress Association Formed Mr C. Stanton Cronch, B.A., LLB secretary of the British. \'edenal Aa sociation, East Melbourno, and.the Loong Island Progress Association, Frankston. writes': Sir,-At apublio meeting hield o Loug Ielind on January 3rd, it was decided to form a Progress _Associa tion, when the following ofllcials'weres elected:- GbUilrimnn, Mr J. R. Drake; Secretary, Mr C. Stanton Crouch ; I Committoo, Messrs G. S. Bertram, F. ! E. Drak? , Dudley Chitty ~ mnd R. H. Rodda. All residents 'of Gould Street and vicinity are' members of this us socantion .and .there '. is no aubscrip- i tion. Theore have been two ineetings I of the committee, and the following business has aenu transacted "- . (a) Kananook Creek-A letter hasa r been sent to the Hon Alfred Doiwn ward, M.L.A, asking - -him to ascer-' tain what stop, if any, iare been to ken.by tke Governhidt ='to ofifet -the neBsesary imjniovemontsto the"crook. (b) Tennis Courts -A-sum of £53 10 s lis been co...
Incidents Along the Line [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
incidents Along the Line Tihe Sonford Progress" Association propose .holding a.picnic and sports nt'Sealord onu Monday next. As thb daiy is anjiiblic holiday, and.. pi orid ipg the?weat 'er is'fine, aJorge coo corse of. people sholild be attracted to picui ioamongst the syivan glades ofd Seaford., f:l'The Cheoisoe Progressie es??ociition is threateulsig - vetigenOce a ilust the "lion. eomiques" of :the pantomimds for?making tunjist refl~otions oni?thd mo'ality sod good uname o0?.OCihlsea. Pautomimes are, of course, mere o urj losque, but-a burlesqge is e.cpable of discrediting the object they poke• bo rak at. i"The :Standard?' is by no meins' pradish, but the bad ta,tein these pantomimes does not- nss?ist Chelsoa in'rany _way and should be sut out. :Whilst returnin?to the city from a motor, jaunt to Carrm:, a itoriridg car capsized recently just .befoio reArclhing'Choltenhanih . anid plnne- the occupantshbeneath. iOne man, who is employed on . the s.s Karooia. Rwas' bailly hurt and ...
Alfred Hospital's Plight [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
Alfred Hospital's Plight One of the most admittedly popu Iar institutions for the treatment of the eiclf In Australia, the Alfred Hospital, has for fbig attracted pat ients from anll parts of Victoria. Durlng the past 12 months this nu sti'ution has been in desperate, sore straights through want of a'ccommod ation, and on the 12th inst the Medi cal t8uperlntend6nt stated that 511 persond. were waiting admittince as patients, 360 of those bei;surgincal cases: In an effort now being made to raise £51,000 for the necessary building extensions,. abhut £36,(?o hasa.bee sub .lbed or is nalght. An prgent appeal Is made to the people of: the Mornington Peninsula .., . : ?.? : -: • . . to contribute to the remainder of th.u money rnquited, so that ., early step . may be taken,to provide the means of alleviating the suffering that present conditions are responsible for. An advt appears lun "The Stan dard" to-day, giving -a list of valu able articles to be raffled in aid of the apdpal. Tiokets...
Various Notes of Interest The Death of an Another Old Resident The Burns Estate [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
Various Notes of Interest The Death of an Another Old Resident The Burns Estate Mr H. J. ;.arrood h'as produced somefine photographs of the Burns Estate and the approaches to it, Glimpses on the Craubourne Road, on the Hastings Road, and on Claren don Street, which connects the and !kirts the Estate, are as rich Inu de tail as any of Mr Garrood's previous work. The photographs may be seen in the windows of the Bay Estate Agency, opposite the statiou, ansd on the agencys board, In Bay Street. Mr Maemaster advertises that he will be pleased to supply plans of Estate to 3cotchmen who wish to erect homes i or week endr houses in Frulkst?o. i
Phillip Island Topics Social Notes and the Regatta at Cowes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
Phillip Island Topics Social Notes and the Regatta at Cowes' ThS e Annual Itogaitt aid Aquatle Sports ait Cowes wero a groat succoae this year, arid attracted a'largo.atten dance. Tihe secrettry, -Mr W., E. Thompson, iot o be compllmested or the success, of the gathering. T.ho events resulted us follows: Yacht Race, 30 feet and.under--cMr J. Wells? Doreen (Queenesllff) 1: :Mr W. Kounon's Puritan (Cowos) 2, "Mr F. Osterlind's Sadio.(Stony-Point) 3' YmlYucht Roe, 26 'rft and under'r: Mr J. Wells' Doreeu.n (Qeeoselllf)^ l Mr F. Osterlind's Saolle (Stony Poinit) 2 ;-Mr H. 'Jiransuu's"Muriol (Sian Romo) 3.; Yancht Rieo, 21 footgaui, onider.- Mr A. Browiw't.'inineimria (Cowet)1,; Mr O. Underdbown's Vanguiard (Rhvll) 2, Mr V. MluIhtdmre's. Valianlt ,(Somi Rermo) "3 Ge-nta s icnmi.ng, liRco, 100 ',rds -C B. Usalher I, R: .Clihherl e "-2. .Lalies''. winming Race MmficT'. Clhamehorse I.Miss E CE ,mbrs:t2.ei 2" School Gimls Race--.'iiss R. Tliom soni I, Miss P. Harrison 2. "?-"" .'School Boys ...
Mainly About People [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
Mainly About People Mr and Mrs Tomkinas of "Old Po kmparoo" Station, Collarenbrl, New •noth Wales, have been spending ,a holidny at Frankstott The State Premier, Heon. H. S. W. Lawson, -spent a couple of days at fornington last week. The Rev. Dr J. Ernest James, D.D f the Collins Street. .Independoent bhurch and Prosident of the Cgngro iational Churches of Victoria, is at resent on a visit to .Mornington. He sroposes to spend a week or two at Barwon Heads also. Mr W. K. Jeffrey, the Superinten ing Engineer, at the Flindors Naval 3neo, Westornport. has been a dole ?ato to the conference of thp Associa ion for the Advancement of Science t. Melbourno. Mr Jeffrey, speelking in the possibilities of concrete, said woas possible to make concrete pipes spuble of, strnding a pressure of 174 bs to the square inch. r This promi is to revolutionise the pilie-making. -dustry of phe world, owing to the beaper cost and the .greater advan ages over metal. An 'object for admiration at the resent tim...
The Camper's Demesne "POLLUTING NATURE'S MOST BEAUTIFUL SPOTS" SAYS "THE AGE" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
The Camper's Demesne "POLLUTING NATURE S MOST BEAUTIFUL SPOTS" SAYS fTHE ACE" At the rist meeting of thie Shire of Franlkston & Hstings Council at Somerville correspoudeCrce r:elatin to.thie insinitary natitre' of some:of the camnils on the foreshore" in the vicinity of.\lile Bridge was discussed. The writer of the letter, P·tr W. P. Thominpson, of .\ile Bridge;. mn ei ho rash sta'eneents. lIut give facts" that are now borne out.by, nil article in 'Th, Agc'' ,m \!oniidny is-t. Of coirsc, "'Tlie"'Age"' does- iot r' lectotn Finnkistoii ofil esifolrd. It distinc'tr spenleIks bf tl i t;li ict '!ble-: believe that we aire immunre from criticism if a hdstilei'ntutre. . ' "Ti_ Age" -criticises thie aithori ties i?' a .;lwing "houses of every: size, soni?e-littl.store thitn hovels" to heriecteil without regulation and proper supervision, ?ndu says the ti tree.at holidaiy.times is'like n? hitb wvirren w''here .thousands of people live "'ndericonditiois thiat-voiuld not be-folerite?d ...
The Band Rotunda Gift Erected Opposite the Mechanics' Institute [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
The Band Rotunda Gift -Erected Opposite the Mechanics' Institute The Band Rotunda which.formed one of the many attractive appoint ments at the Lnngwarriu - Military Camp, has been presented to F anka- t ton thtdugh the Shire Council. Majdror Conder,. who interested , himself in? the matter, was also succeasfto in so-_ curing as a gift to the town the mas sive archway which marks the main entrance to the camp grounls., The Rotunda has already been pl.,ced in its now position on the reserve oppo site the Frankston . Mechanics' Itsti tue. The task of conveying it holub bolus cross country was successfully carried out under the supervision of Cr F Wells and the Shire Secretary (Mr John E. Jonest. These gentle men did more than supervise-they took off their coats to the job, and put in two solid -days' work. With the assistance of several Council employes and.. Mr \lillar .'s lorries, they accomplishe I their task in a highly satisfactory and workmanlike manner. Cr Wells was among the fi...
Frankston's Electric Light Seafordites Don't Want It Extended to Seaford [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
Frankston's Electric Light. Seafordites Don't Want It-Extended to Seafordc Mr W. K1lauer, secretary of the &-aford Progress Association,; has receive' the following rcomAmunica tion from the State Electricitv Com mission of Victoria. under date -of 17th .Ia.iury. 19- : .'" I have to acknoiw.edge receipt of your letter of the 921.t ult., asking that tlh commission Will- t ke the necessary steps to have the Seaford district eleted front the Order granted the Frankston nd District Gas and Electric Lihr C.. i, -urtler tnatsupply can-be obtaiined from?, the Melbourne Electrc Su ply C? 'Ibe question of revoking the wh4le Order as proposed by the Franksto aid Hastinrgs Shire has now been, codsidered by the Commisson, an I have this day commuhicated with that Council,. making certain sug". gestions, which s'holf I enable the:. Council to reach finality in the'~ matter.'- r e .A-letter hasb6een received by the. Council, as stated above, but its contents have noLbeen made pub. lic -Tn...
Fire at The Heights [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
:Fire at The Heights A bush fire broke out in the ti-tree in Woodland Grove and Kare Street on Wednesdar last, and " were it not for the promptitude of willing work ers in unlimited -numbers serious da mage might, have resulted The fire --the origin of which is, of course, a matter for theory-was first noticed by Mrs Blaskett, who promptly raised thbalarm for sasis'auce. The home sf Mr and Mrs J. F. Bell in George street was right in the path of the are, and it was deemed advisable to remove some of the furniture, &e5 but fortunately the flames were got! -?der In time. Beyond frighteulng ae ladies who lirve in that locality, inad the burning of soae ti-tree, nr lmage was done, however If you are looking fcr Prime Meat go to Clarke's, Young Street ...
The Cause of Profanity [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
The Cause of Profanity A lot of unnecessary profanity amongst motorists was caused on Sunday last by the action of the Shire Council in leaving the crossing at W.lls Street to the beach in an unfinished state of repair. Scores of motor cars negotiated the area of deep loose sand which separated Bay Street from Wells Street, but it proved a trying experience. Chaf feursmerged from the ordeal with a wild eye and savage visage. The repairs to the crossing have now been completed, and as the job only took three or four lays it seems reasonahle to inquire why the Coun cil did not start the work on \Monday instead of Friday, and thus save a lot of unnecessary inconvenience to Sunday visitors.
Bowling Green Site Deputation Appointed to Wait on the Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
Bowling Green Site Deputation Appointed to Wait on the Shire Council A meeting to further the object of eecuoing a bowling green for Franks; ton was held last night. The shire president (Cr W. P. Mausor) occupied the chair. M~r Milooner~''sacmater (hon sec) reported that ho had intpr viewed from 0S to 100 people on the subject with encouragingr results. A deputation was appointed to wait on the Counuil on Thursday next to ask permission to construct' a green on, the reserve near the tennis court blessrs E. Barrett. M-acmaeter and Young being appolnted to represent the views of the majority. - Cr Oate_ iotimated that be was opposed to the freen being placed on the site pro posed. 'He contended that t would be encroaching on the rig of the people who used the foreshj for plenIc purposes. Ar 'larmatt said that Mr S. Lawrey (who ass able to attend the meeting) had preesed'slmilar iaews. It was urg on the other bha d that an as; worth from £4C0 to £500 to con?auc should be put in a posit...
The Frankston Pictures Anita Stewart in "Mind the Paint Girl" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 28 January 1921
The FrankstonPictures : Anita Stewart in "Miid the Paint Girl" The picture loving crowd of Fiank- I Etnn made no mistake about gettiog seats for last Saturday night's show. At ten minutes past seven o'clock the first patrons appeared at the ticket box end the hall was well tilled long before eight o'clock. Mary took ad vantage of the provision made by the management for the day sale of tick eta, and in addition an unusually large number of reserved beat were booked. The wild rush for tickets experienced on the previous Saturday was therefore raverted. The Franks ton Pictures Compaby is to-' be con gratulated on the excellence of the entertainment provided- Major Con Sder was early on the scene and gave the promoters the'benefit of his 5 yrs experience gained in runhing pictu-. ree at the Military Camp at -,Lr:'. rin. His able lieutenant-, ~rser Gurr. and Corporal W5.}]. to r charge of the engine room ?:?- otni ing box, and under their skil,+ manipulation really frlt c?l-, pire rea w...