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Mornigton [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
:"'On June 15th, at the. Presbyterian Church, Miss Blsa Bjeri, daughter of Mr and Mrs F. Bieri, was united in' holy-r natrimony "With MrF. Jb. Flood, son ofCr and. Mrs Flood. The R y J.,F. Sims, of .orclalloc, omfftiaWd;The bride was simply but dainiily ' attired' in white'Crepe'.de chene, trimmed: .with hohiton l4ce,. and garried.a ":pOsy of tbhlte roises The,, honeymoon ". ws s t in'the SHeufedvtlle +? tsti a ,rti : ,, -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
PLUMBER and , , all :HOUSE REPAIRS H. B. LEGGE, Yuille Street, Frankston (24 Year's City Experience) Water Services Connected-Gas-Sewerage-Electric Belle Installed. STATE SAVINGS BANK OF YICTORIA The Farmers' Bank' I Credit Foncier Loans on Special Terms to Re? Farm Properties. . turned Soldiers, r Dependents, Red Cross&: Two-Thirds of PValuation , Transport Workers L2000at 6 per cept ' Three-Fourths of Valuation up to £2000 at 51 per cent. Repayable over 27½ years Repayable over 30' years £3 15/- half yearly for £1/15/- quartelly' for each each £100, ?" £o100. . ,,;.Appleoation'Formq at any State Savihgs Bank or by 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 satisfaction in knowing that our Store e:n;,ys the confidence of our castomers. They-know that ,,,t, vecr they buy from us is honest value-we make this the .'cy of our business and...
"To Help the Blind" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
"To Help the Blind" By Milner Macmaster I "It would not be fair to sell you other glasses ; I'm afraid blindness is impending," remarked one of Melbourne's leading opticians to the writer a few months ago. "You had better see Gibbs orBarrett." The prospect was too gloomy. The ex ports told me my fate was to move, for a time at least, in a mist, not in that blackness of which the blind poet exclaimed, "' Dark, dark, unutterably dark; no sun, no moon, no stare." But the suggestion that disaster may overtake us- quickens our sympathy with those whom it has already be fallen. It chanced that at that mo meont'MrC. Henderson, who has sur veyed so many'estates in and about Feankston, had lent me a "Life of Telford," by Smiles, and that finl volume told the story of .John Met calf, a famous rdadmaker, who lost his sight at 6 years of age, after an attack of virulent small pox. Met calf :was an extraordinary lad, who developed i?t a moreextraordinary man. Like Nelson he seems'to haveC been u...
General Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
General, Notes The 8th series - of .competitive games will take place to morrow. The matcies are:-. Hastings .v Somerville. Franeston v Naval Depot Dromana v Carrum Mornington have the bye. In every instance,- the matches are played at the first mentioned plaea. * 9.." * " The Second Association inatches'to morrow will.be as follows ': " Moorooduo .v,.Tyabb Langwarrin v Frankston Somerville.r iornington Hastingsbye ,b Are'Fou interested in football ? .If you are, why don't you use the cou pon in to-day's issue-? Have. you not. a favorite in. the First Asseciation ? If, yoti. hFe, give him a vote. A sulitably' inscribed gold medal.would look .well on his noble bboso? I... Andi you people:.who support the Second Associationl Why don't you vote ? Vote for some player to day I A medal would look.as well on'his chest as on the other'fellow's. "'`' "Ted" 1lcComb. threatened to re sign from the Frankston committee had a oertain player from the.oity been played' against Mornlngton. the' cha...
A SONG "I PASSED BY YOUR WINDOW" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
R SONG '"I PASSED BY' YOUR WINDOW" The following song, which was composed by iay Brahe, was.sung:!y Miss Florence M. Vines, of Somer ville, when she was awarded the First Prize -for Interpretation of work? by an Analralian composer at the 'reoent A.N.A competitions:- I passed by your window, When the morning was red ; ThI* dew on the rosebud, The lark overhead. And oh I1I sang softly, Though no one-could hear, To bid you Good Morning, Good morning, my dear. I passed by your window Int the cool of the night, The lillies were watching, So still and so white. And oh I I sang softly, Though no one was near ; Good night and God bless you, God bless you, my dear. Our readers will Oe pleased to kn'o' tha'. Miss Vines will sing at the neit Scotch Concert at Frankston on Fri day, July 15th.
Sorrento [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 8 July 1921
Sorrento Throughout the last tourist seas- on complaints regarding the inade quacy of the steamer service were rife - on special occasions the Hygeia and the Wyreema were unable to cope with the rush. It is now stated that the Loongena, for so long the principal Tasmanian boat, will most likely make trips to Mornington and Sorrento in the summer months. ----
Building Regulations Frankston Position Discussed by Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 July 1921
Building . Regulations 4- .;?.iFranktAon Position Discussed by Shire Council • -*At last wee's'council?'meetinrg ,"[ G. H -.Farmer- wrdte -asking ' ecr mission to erect a 'wooden addition to:the-rear ,tof his -brick premises, recently erected in --Young' Street, Frankstoni, opidsiLe ' the' railway statioi, - i.- Cr Wells asked if the Engieear had'full'control in these matters? President-Yes. Cr Wells sald-the Frankston Rid ing councillorsishould act with the engineer, and he gave notice of in teutiou to move -at next meeting that'al l iesolutions appointing the engineer as building supervior 'be rescinded'. 1.- - . ; Cr Oates-You are looking for trouble. Cr Wells - We tare 'now, putting the full. responsibility oý ttiheen-' gineer; I propose 'to shoulder 'myi share. . Mr Sambell. said the housing queS tion was a big on,. and'hiad. t:o .b faced sooner or later. In Mr Far mer's case,-the.-subdivision of- land had been agreed to: conditionally on a lock up shop- being erected. --He had...
What Carrum Is Doing Written Expressly for "The Standard" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 July 1921
What Carrum Is Doing Written Expressly for "The Standard" At a special meeting of the Pro-' gress Association held last Saturday' night, Messrs Boyd, Giles, Robertson and others -were appointed to meet the Railway Commissioners as they were passing through Carrum during the week on a tour of inspection.: The principal business was to try and arrange for the 10.15 p.m. train from town, which ends at Mordialloc to continue on to Carrum. Mr S. Splelvogel presided at the meeting. One of the oldest ratepayers and citizens of Carrum-Mr S. Hamilton. If you want history go to him. A special effort of the ProgressI Association is being made to erect their new rooms by the end of the year. One of the successes of Carrnm tha "Bore" Club, which holdes weekly socials at the hall every. Saturday night. Mr Symons is one of its principal workers. Very noticeable on the railway line is the progress towards electrifica tion. Standards, are now being put up, and are well beyond Glenhuntley. Mr Clapp p...
The Railway Service Discussed by Executive of Progress Associations [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 July 1921
The RailwayService Discussed-by Executive of Progress Associations The monthly meeting of the Exe cutive of the Combined Progress As sociation was held at Carrum on Sat nrday, 25th nit. The President (Mr S. Spielvogel) was in the chair, and other delegates present were Messrs .Wiltahire (Seaford). Hendy, Mapper son and Henderson (Edithvale), Roy Beardsworth and Ludford (Chelsea), and W ..Orawford Young (Frankston), apologies - being received from Crs Stevens and Rigby (Carrumr and Mr Munro (Chelsea). Mr Young stated that a reply had not yet been received from the Rail way Commissioners relating to mat ters presented by deputation in Dec ember last. On the motion of Messrs Hendy and Lodford, the matter was left in the teretary's hands. - Mr Beardsworth referred to the im portance of securing the speedy elec trification of the Frankston line, and said it had been stated in some quar ters that the Dandenoog line was to receive prior consideration . " The President said the Commiss lone...
The Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 July 1921
The Pictures A fairly good attendance last Sat orday night. Norma Talmadge was specially attractive In "The Woman Givesu," which gave a glimpee of life in an opium den, whilst Warren Ker rigan and Lols Wilson were highly diverting in "The Best Man." Some amusement was caused by the fact that in the nature picture the waters of a small stream ran up-hill - Sonie strange things 'are done in America. S • . " : -'The Eyes of Youth," featuring Clara Kimball Young, who is suppor ted by Pauline Starke and Milton Sills, -iill be the attraction= at the Pictures to-morrow night. It is a story that deals with the problem of knowing the right thing to do--whe ther to sacrifice one's hapiplnes' for othere or to choose the career that means the soul'sehighest development. The supporting feature, "Live Sparks," ls a comedy romance, with Warren Kerrigan as the principal spark. He is well supported by a strong cast, which Includes Fritzle Brunette and Joseph Dowling, who played the name part in "The...
Langwarrin [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 July 1921
Arbor Day was celebrated at the State School, Langwarrin, on Friday, July let. The weather was all that cold 'be desired for the occasion'and the outing was thoroughly enjoyed as much by the number of parents who attended as b3 the scholars. Al though the trees that were expected by rail had not arrived, a good sup ply of troeep and shrubs from local sources were available for planting. Mr T. J. McMurtrie kindly attended, and demonstrated the correct manner and beat situations in which tree planting should be carried out. 'The many friends of Mr J. Archi bald will regret to hear that he has been.laid aside with illness. We trust he will make a speedy recovery and that Prosperity will again bestow her favors on him. Mr P. J. Murray, of Cranbourne Road,. has- received the following letter froni the Minister of'Publio 'Works '-"In reply to your letter of the 11th inst, I have to inforin you that'no charges regarding the manner in whiohsalgnatures were obtained by you to the petition fo...
Seaford Requirements [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 July 1921
SSeaford Requirements A meeting was held at Seaford Hall on Thursday, July 7th,. when Cr W. Armstrong. speaking. from the chair, dwelt on the grea.c im portance of improving the district and furnishing Seaford with..up-to date facilities for. public 'entertain ment. Seaford was urgently in need of a hall, and now that the tennis court movement was temporarily held up, it was thought that their reserve energies could be usefully employed in raising funds for the erection of a public hall. In any such movemement it would be absolutely essential to secure the earnest co.operation of the ladies. Their help, he was sure, would aot ne withheld. He was pleased to see so many ladies taking such a keen interest in the euchre panties. He hoped they would continue to come along and bring thair -,babies with them. A Voice--\Veghave no option. (Laughter.) Cr Howell spoke earnestly on the subject of a new hall, and said that such a building would vastly Imr prove existing conditions. Carrutm Down...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 July 1921
Ea~tabll/hed 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.LF.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash LYL E'S i AVE a fine Assortment of No - velties to select fr om for Boys & Girls, and the Prices are Right, leos than Melbourne prices. I have good selections of Electro Plate war, suit able for presents-also a nice lot of Ladies Hand Bags, Hair Brushes and Combs, Suit Cases, and Leather Trav elling Bags--to be sold at a great reduction. £500 worth of goods to be sold during the month of Decem ber, Best enamel saucepans (set of 5) to go at 32s 6d, English embossed plates 18s, 15s, 12s doz, English w & gold cups at 21s doz, dinner plates 9s doz, T. Plates 8s doz, tin billies Is ls3d, Is Gd, Is 9d, 2s each, tin sauce pans, kettles, wash-up dishes, buckets -all to go at reduction, shaving soaps and powders. It will PAY YOU to call and see the bargains in all lines. Camp stretchers £1 and 30S each, mattre...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 July 1921
To the Editor. Sir,-It looks as though the local councillors have signed their death. war?rant through their action in tfr thering pricate enatrprlse. I' zm?tthe other day, twro old - cronies;' Bill nd Joe---ioth -of the beastly- working claess and they were bemoaninig the fact that a petition signed by.some men -"wid lots o' letters afteith'eir names"-had been sent to the"'ouun cil?;demnnding.the breaking up of Mr Bradbory's ice works. Bill and Joe had-wihl visions of astarting-a flock mill nearby, that all and sundry-in dustries be.grouped ..together,ltr it were. But Joe now. swears.that their 'opes are done, and he has given Bill. a fit of nerres by whi.ling day and night about the petition. In his own way, Joe was a wag, so he prodnoed a poem after the style of Shakespoke There'e an air of indignation, There's an air of noise and.smells At "Forinosa" and 'Toorak" on the sea ; There's a most emphatic wailing 'midst the elite and swells, . Who look down upon the like's of you and ...
The Standard. FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 July 1921
1Ch.t Stanbarb. FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1921. Local and General News. At the delegates meeting last night it was decided that investigation be made by the Morniogton Peninsula Football Arsociation regarding the allegations made against Johnston and Laidlaw, of the Corrum Club, who are alleged to have been die disqualified for life by the Federal Association last season. These play ere are to be asked to salga a declara tion, and if their disqualification prove actual fact Carrum will most likely lose all the matches they have won when these players have played. A fall report will appear in our next issue. In order to avoid holding concerts in the Mechanica' Hall on hucceealve nights the Children's Cantata and grand concert in. aid of Frankston Ilethoolbt Honor Board will be held on Tuesday, 16th -August, instead of Friday, 19th August. A definite move has been made in the direction of securing a Soldiers' Memorial for Frankiton. The Me morial Committee met last Friday night (Cr Oates in th...
Other People's Opinions The Fernery and Its Ice Plant Discussed To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 15 July 1921
Other People's Opinions The Fernery and Its Ice Plant Discussed To the Editor. Sir,-Noticing in your issue of the Sth inst that a petition has been sent to the Shire Council objecting to the ice machine and grinding plant on Mr Bradbury's premises, as a rate payer, I would ask (1,-Ale the 23 obiectora perman ent residents of the "Toorak of Frank eton" or only week-enders? -(2)-Ha; s this area been set aside for priva'e residence only, and IS IT wholly within the Township of Frank ston t (3)-In the" absence of any enter prising resident giving facilities for cooling accommodation during the summer months and- Mr Bradbury seeing the necessity required for kee ping food, especially milk, in cooling chambers, the writer would ask whe ther the absence of a cooli-g ch?m ber or the public nuisance complain ed of woul-i be more detrimental to the public generally? It is all very well for new residents to settle in an area where the roads are made up motly st the ratepayera expense, with all...