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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
Eatabliahed 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.LF. ) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash :PICTURES: Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, July 2nd, 1921 i. B. WARNER in THE WHITE DOVE MITCHELL LEWIS in The Mutiny of the Elsinore •- Somervile Boot Store Newest styles kept in stock Just the place for bargains Others cannot compete Every boot and shoe guaraateed Right for prices W ill wear a lifetime Many cheap lines in stock Everyone has satisfaction A shoe for everybody - Let us have your eastom Nice things for nice people Leave us wearing a smile and a pair of our boots N. JEWELL Late A.I.F. Repairs a Speciality. Terms Spot Cash. This is Good Lloyd's CCRANLEIGI LUNCHEON SAUSAGE R EDUCED (again) 3d per lb. Made from Choicest Selected Meats. Deliciously smoked and seasoned -Just the thing for your lunch. Ask your Grocer for Lloyd & Son's Sugar Cared Hams and Bacon and "Cran leigh" Luncheon S...
THE UMPIRE'S WHISTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
THE UMFPIRE' WHISTLE. Somerville Stars beat Hastings II's last Saturday. Our table on page 3 wrongly credits Hastings with the win. Tomorrow's umpires are :-McNab (Mornington), Bickford (N. Base). White (Carruos).-- . Hastings beat Naval Depot-8.6 to 8.2-last Satirda. Our.report re ceived too late. Herbert umpired. -oal kcliek -Ha-tings : Campbell, Tipping. Garth .e Bse : 'Anderson. asmom .ad Yates
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
Ti mtmorlam DARCY-In loving memory of my dear husband, George Edgar, who do. parted this life 2nd July 1919. Deep in oar hearts there is a memory, Of a loved one who passel away, Still through the long years to come, That memory will always stay, Some day we hope to meet him, lome day, we know not when We shall c.asp his hand, in the better land, And never part again. Inserted by his loving wife, Florrie, and little children, Stanley and Winnie.
General Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
Gerieral Notes The 8th series of conipetitive games will take place to morrow. The matches are: Naval Depot v Droinana Mornington v Frankston • Carrum v Hastings Somerville have the bye.;' :In every instance, the matches are played at the first mentioned plea -a. The Second Association matches to morrow will bie as. follows :- : Hastings v Langwarrin Morningtou v Muoroodue Frankston v Someriille Tyabb -bye Umpires in abhove order :-Coxhcll, Hutchinson and Connell. Last Saturday's various matches resulted as follows :- Somerville beat Carrum Mornington beat Dromana Hastings boat Naval Depot Mooroodlne beat Frankston II's Tyabb beat Mornington II's Hastings II's beat Somerville II's Umpire Osborne, the chap who made us miss the bus at the final at Somerville last season, umpired the match between Geolong and Carlton a couple of weeks ago. Geelong were defeated, and theycomplained very loudly about' the umpiring,- It was not sportsmanship,. to say the least. Osborne, to my mind, is one...
The Standard. FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
¶tir t tanýbarl. FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1921. Local and General News. Mr Joseph Unthaink's reply to "Re tribution" come to hand this .morn ing too late for publication in to day's issue. Appears rext issue. Mr Nankervis, stationmaster- at Frankston, left this week for Sydney. wre he will spend his annual Idays. Mr Nugent is the reli wing At the Criminal Court yesterday, fore Mr Justice Cussen, Alluan evandale, aged 22, pleaded guilty ;two charges of converting to his own use money which came into his possession as postal assistant at ,Frankston. He was sentenced to two months imprisonment, with hard labor, on each charge, the sentences to be concurrent.. Depositors in thebo'Stite Savings Bank are reminded by advertisement that the Inspector (Mr J. M. Corbet) will be in attendance at the bank on July 4th, for the annual inspection of pass-books. It is particularly do sired that depositors should produce, their passbooks at thls time. On ~eturday last, the little six year old son of Mrs Robe...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
ORANGE BLOSSOMS A very pretty wedding eventuated at the Methodist Church, Frankston, on Saturday, June 11th, when Mies Queeine Gamble, second, daughter of Mr and Mrs H. J. Gamble, of Playne Street, Franketon. was married to Mr H. D. Wilson, only son of Mr H. Wilson, of Malvern. The oburch was artistically decorated by tflends of the bride. The ceremony was per formed by. the Rev. C. Angwin, who was assisted by the Rev. E. Tonkin, of Cheltenham. The Bride, who was given away by he r father, looked very sweet in a dress of ivory Georgette and satin, trimmed with beads and white and silver hand made flowers. She wore the customary veil of silk tulle, edged with narrow white hand. embroidered lace, with orange blos. some and silver leaves. The bride carried a shower bouquet of ericas and lupins and tulle streamers. The first bridesmaid, Miss Lily Gamble, was gowned in champagne georgette, trimmed with satin. She carried a shower bouquet of Old Gold 'sunset obhrysanthemums, and autuoni l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
Pi e Tea House Frankston Luncheon, Morning and Afternoon Teas CHO CT-T. CONFECTIONERY. SOFT DRi1giK ? ETC 'CE?CREAM (We make our own from the latest American Receipe)" Specalat Nte: All Goods rmved in Tea Rooms are NOME MAIE, Caterin.--We Specialise in all branhee of Catering, T..v ....r.a -aWEDDINGS, RECEPTIONS, PICNICS, ETC. The T.e. o TiRooh~ave be?imeet-lrnlshdl:andfittCed up. in the..mcat. Sup-to-date style. H. VICARS, Proprietor (late A.I.F.) Boots and Shoes C. L. BELL The Place to purchase high-olass Feet ware of any style required at the low eat price. We do not offer cheap toot ware, but good footware cheap. Sand shoes for the beach at prices.tosnit all. Bring your repairs -we are rapid, neat and effective. Boots made to Order Terms Strictly Cash . a speciality. Satisfaction Assured. FraukstoBoot Emporium Bay Street, Frankaton. Bell Bros, Proprietors. THE BAY VIEW HOTEL FIRANKSTON. E. J. PARKER, Licensee. BEST OF WINES, SPIRITS AND ALES. Alcoclt:s Stanclard Itilliard 1':; f...
Our Carrum Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
Our Carrum Letter o A meeting of the Keast Park Rec reation Trustees -as held on Saturday night last for the purpose of con sidering tenders for grading and placing several inches of black soil on the ground. ,Only two offers were reaelved,"` ad-the lowest;? being a litle under £160, was accepted. The meeting, which was presided over.by Mr Shap, intends to spend some-, thing like £300 on improvements,, and the future of the Park is very bright. It is situate at the, south end of Carrum, near the hotel, and adjoininglit is the tennis court. A pleaning feature connected with the first rate money collected by the Borough Council, is the splendid way an which the cash came in. Proportion of the money is to be ,divln'., and each warst wilt have its' a?lh.: i r' improvements. The Town Clerk.,Mr Thomas, is popular, and is very successful in his duties. :,, Close on 500 people . ttended .the football match on Saturday. . It was the largest a'tendaueo for the season. and patrons could not co...
The Mutiny of Elsinore An Intensely Dramatic Picture of the Seas [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
The Mutiny of Elsinore An Intensely Dramatic Picture of the Seas There was an exceptionally large "winter" audience ot the Frankston Pictures on Saturday night last. The excellence of the programme sub mitted at the weekly shows accounts for the liberal patronage bestowed. In "The White Dove," (the story by W. J: Locke), to be screened to morrow night, H. B. .Warner plays, the peat of an English physician, liv ing in a quiet way with his father in a small English town. From a dying friend he learns of the unfaithfulness of his dead wife. This breaks down the confidence he has had in women, and he goes to London to porane sci ence and forget his troubles. There he learns a greater secret, one which concerns himself even more intim ately, and which leads up to the tre mendous scenes which mark the close of this unusual story. The hero of 'HIiannted Shadows" is supported in this picture by Virginia Loe Corbin and Claire Adams. Jack London was a weaver of romances that thrilled the worl...
Somerville's Victory Carrum's Colors Lowered After Stirring Contest [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
Somerville's Victory Carrum's Colors Lowered After Stirring Contest The grim struggle for supremacy at Carrum on Saturday last - when Carrum and Somerville met - should stand out for many years to come as one of the most memorable events in the history of competitive foot ball on the Mornington Peninsula. There was a large assemblage of spectators, with a surprisingly large Somerville following; amongst the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; many present were people from Mor dialloc and Chesea down to Franks ton and Hastings, who simply felt that the struggle would be a grim one, and they were not disappointed. It was a typical football crowd, too. The optimism that makes light of fi gures, even though reflecting im pending defeat, was displayed am ong the supporters of one side; on the other, there was the enthusiasm which develops from early achieve ments. This spirit of things pre vailed until the scores showed the line between success and failure. Then the accompanying...
Frankston Police Court A Variety of Cases before the Police Magistrate [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 1 July 1921
SoII. TFrankston Police Court A Variety of Cases before the Police Magistrate Before Mr Kiight, P. I.. anRd MResra C. G. V. Williams. WV. Armstronig, and C. W. Grant, J's.P.-June 27th. .:-._ Diseased Fruit - ' John Smith, orchardist, residing at Mount Eliza, was proceeded ag ainst -for having allegedly exposed for sale at the Frankston market two cases of fruit infected with disease. Mr L. L. Rostron appeared for the informnant. Inspector Wayteson gave evidence to the effect that he inspected Smith's fruit at the market on March 30th, and in one case-of Brooms Park pears he found 64 out of 168 infected with codlin moth, and 60 out of 100 in &nbsp; another case. There was no appearance of defendant dant, but Robert McIlroy gave evid ence that he had brought the fruit to. the market, but did not know it-to be diseased. Smith had been in hospital for some time and was recently dis charged as being incurable. His eye sight was very bad, but Smith had destroyed over 100 cases of ...
Ratepayers' Petition Council Asked to Preserve Residential Area [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
Ratepayers Petition SCouncil Asked to Preserve Residential Area At yesterday's meeting of the Shire Council of Frankston and Hastings, Cr F. H. Wells presented the following petition, which was or. dered to lie on the table for one month: To the President and Councillors, Shire of Frankston and Hastings: - In accordance with the wish of property owners interested hi what has been termed the "Toorak" of Frankston, I desire to present here. with, a petition, which has been signed by practically .an unanimonus whole Sepplementary to the clauses of the petition, I am requested to emphasize the following 1 We have legal advice that the pollution of the atmosphere and the unconscionable noise created by the engine, theice machine, and grain. grinding plant on Mr Bradbury's premises, eonstituto a public nuisance 2. We confidently expect the Coun cil to ensure the removal of the entire plant. We submit that ;if factory operations of any sort are permitted, a precedent will be established, w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
A RE GULAR BRISBANE SHIPPER Who this -season has ehipped his first consignment to our firm, writea 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 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 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 your...
THE WEEK'S EPITOME. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
THE WEEIK'S EPITOME. The Frankston School Committee met on Tuesday last. Messrs Ward, McComb. Nicholson and Johns were present. The secretary (Mr Brody), owing to an important engagement, delegated his duties toMr Jennings. The matters dealt with were ground improvement, flower beds, trees and frequency of changes of teachers. Mr Ward gave aq interesting aooount of the work and the future prospects of the Peninsula School Committee's Sesociation. It was decided to change the date of Arbor Day to Moaday, July 11th. It is understood that strong pres sure is being brought to bear on Mr Chas Gray, J.P to nominate for el ection as one of the representatives of the new Mt Bliza Riding, and his friends hope to be able to announce his candidature at an early date. It Is also rumored that Cr Griffeth will not seek re-election in the Centre Riding and it is stated Cr Murray in tends to resign. The three sitting councillors in the Franketon Riding retire. and up to the present there is no indj...
Somerville [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
SonersriI1e Two well-knowin "and highly re spected families in this district hare. left for "fresh folds. '.'. Mossrs Les. Devlin and M.: Greonhill, having purchased n,:..large and prosporous general carrier's business in lIary borough. tools their 'departure. with their familiie, during the week for their nortlieirn Gome. Thay will Is missed in the sooial-life of the town. end leave wilth the best wishes of all.for their futurosuocoss. - - TLe an?unlt meeting aof tils local branch of tlie ',";.ioul Fedorat ion was held oil Mon!day.evening Inl. theo presildint r(i)r; Griflth) in thi chsir.' Autlr..gst'tho business trin - acted was the puseing of the followi?4 resolution, -a, copy of which has been forwarded to the Acting Prime Minis ter--That i t-be a,, recommend li m from this branch of the National Federation. that the National Goer.. ment take immediate stops tu'pa,+ a law' making' it compnleory for ali persons laRntidrg on tIl salore. if Australia,:to takel the onth of lt..i anc...
GOLD MEDALS VOTING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 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) "Snowy" Lewis (Frankslton) Theo Delaney (Somerville) 3 Bill Foster.(Somerville) Ron W. Stone (Somerville) 3 Cyril Twining (Frankston) 3 Reg Coxall (Frankston) 3 Bill Carlson (Carrum) 2 "Pompy" Davis (Carrum) 2 E. R. Fairnie (Frankston) 2 Donnie Kn x (Hastings) 2 Ray Baxter (Frankston) "Joker" Cameron (Frankston) Fred Davis (Carrum) Gus Davoren (Naval Depot) Harry Golds (Mordiington) Arthur Gurr (Frankston) Hector Jack (Hastings) E. Laging (Carrum) Bill McComb (Prankston) Bert McCulloch (Frankston) I George McLear (Dromana) ... Second Association Mecdal Sydney Clarke (Somerville) 3 "Snowy" Thornell (Somervillo) 3 Rob Morrison (Somervillo) 2 Edward Osborne (Frankston) 2 Leslie Cole (Tyalib) - Frank Matson (Frankston) Robert Storey (Tyabb Total Votes to Date-58
The Umpire's Whistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
The Umpire's Whistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players CONDUCTED BY OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE Have you voted yet ? Do so at once. Those who are hanging to their coupons might get what the old lady got when she sat on the electric battery I Savvee ? Tne position of the various clubs on the premiership lists up to the pre sent is shown in the following table- NAME n FIRST ASSOCIATION Carrum 7 6 1 0 28 24 Somerville 6 5 1 0 24 20 Mornington 7 5 2 0 28 20 Hastings 7 3 4 0 28 12 Frankston 7 2" 5 0 28 8 Naval Depot 7 -2 5. 0 28 8 Dromana 7 1 6 0 28 4 This table on page 4 is incorrect. Lyle Downs, the Carlton rover, dropped dead at praotise last night. "'Packet" was one of the best I Umpires for to-morrow's second matches are:-Langwarrin v Franks ston, J. Connell ; Moorooddo v Ty ebb, L. Hutohinson ; Somervillo v Mornington, H. Coxhell. The first matches will be umpired by McNah (Hastings v Somerville), Doran (the match at .Prankston), and James (Dromana v Carrum). , Doran is re....
Cowes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
Cowes A very pretty wedding was cele brated at St'Phillil,'s Church of England on June 1st, when Mr A lex ander McLardy (late A.I,F.), son of Mr and Mrs A McLardy, of Cowes, was married to Miss Beatrice Wal ton; daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Walton, of Rhyll. The ceremony was performed by the Rev., W. Bur vill. The'young couple will reside -n Phillip Island.