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R.V.I.B. 10th ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
R.V.LB. ---- 10th ANNUAL MEETING. More than 40 people were present at the tenth annual meeting of the Frankston auxiliary of the Royal Vic torian Institute for the Blind held in the local Mechanic's Hall on the af ternoon of July, 19th. The President (Miss Maisie Howith) presided. A comprehensive report was sub mitted by the honorary secretary, and was received and) adopted on the motion of Miss A. Armstrong, se conded by Mrs. J. E. Jones. The meeting was addressed by Mr. H. Van Assche, organiser of auxiliaries. He praised, what he described, as splendid work accomplished by the Frankston Auxiliary, which he stated, was one of the most active auxiliaries in the State. He congratulated offi cers and members on establishing a district record and paid a tribute to the generosity of Frankston district residents. Referring to the balance sheet Mr. Van Assche said that the expenditure of £4/14/5, with receipts at £76/5/0; was remarkably low, and in fact truly wonderful. In an 4n teresting...
Dromana Defeat Pearcedale AT DROMANA [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
.Dromana. Defeat Pearcedale AT DROMANA (By Griff.)", THE Dromana: ground on..Saturday last was the scene of a very. good game of football when Pearcedale paid their return visit. It was one of the fastest games that the Dromana team has experienced this season.l, The main reason for Dromana's win was the system they played, each player seeking an opening that would be to the best advantage. Although Pearcedale played a hard game they did not have.Dromana's combination. Unfortunately there were casualties on both sides but that is liable to hap pen in any, game. SUmpire Osborne gave a good Elis play of umpiring although at times he missed free, kicks due to..both sides but we all know the umpire cannot see everything. The weather was ideal although the ground was still a bit slippery. In the first quarter. Dromana did not watch their men and lost many ad vantaiges because they would not get in froiit of 'their opponents, a point that has cost Dromana many a goal. In the secohd quarte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
Marshall's Drapery Store Bay Street, Frankston New Season "Nimbla" Wool. Latest Colors Smart Fully Fashioned Hose, Special Quality 3/11 Ladies Pullons and Cardigans and Smart Skirts Ladies' and Children's Smart Winter Coats Gent's Cosy Pullons and Cardigans Gent's Specially Priced Over Coats, Rain Coats and Warm Underclothing King Gee Overalls for Men, 5/11 and 8/11 BEATTIE'S DRAPERY STORE FRANKSTON HOUSE BUILD INGS 30 piece China Sample Utility Sets, usually 25/ reduced to 12/11 111111111111111111111111 1111 11111111 Phone Your Order For Meat S . t, It isn't always convenient for you to call in and shop. Just 'phone your order and we will give quick delivery of your requirements. Only the best fresh Meat sold at low ROBINSON & MARKS " BUTCHERS, BAY ST., FRANKSTON. 'PHONE 214. Everyone agrees that our tasty Tender Grills are the best they have had. You will like our Chops, Cutlets, Steak or "a Mixed Grill. BAY COTTAGE Quality Home Made Cake Shop. MISS JEWELL, Proprietress. C...
Your Safety Valve A column for you. Let's have your views in brief on any topic excepting religion. Every letter must bear the writer's name and address, not necessarily for publication. Head correspondence, "Safety Valve.") PEOPLE'S RIGHTS QUESTIONED. To The Editor of "Standard" [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
Your Safety Valve oOo f A column for you. Let's have 'your views in brief on any topic. excepting religion. Every letter' rtust bear the writer's name and address, not necessarily for., publication. Head correspondence, "Safety., Valve.") P.EOPLE'S RIGHTS QUESTIONED. To the Editor of "Standard" Sir,-As exnected, the erection of another motor garage on the Morn ington Roac, 'pposite the Post Office, has resulted in the ,footpath that the pedestrian considered his right being converted into a petrol filling station. A long experience of the people's rights in LFranlrston has, however, led me to the conclusion that they, have none. Yours, A MIERE PEDIiSTRIAN. Franlkston, 2/8/39.
Felix Holt Says [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
Felix Holt Says oOo THAT, whilst air raid precautions are.wise, as it is'better to be prepared than caught napping, it seems a bit over the fence for the Government to push the Job of .organising the .business on to the municipalities. Why pick on the .municipalities? Possibly because: the Government was successful in. wishing on to them the adminisa tration of sustenance, which job the municipalities undertook at the time, fully alive to the poverty and want that was rampant in their midst. But, if you can believe some politicians, we are now living in an age of prosperity, yet the unfortunate municipality is still expected to carry the sustenance burden. It is to be hoped thatL all municipalities=' will flatly refuse to administer A.R.P. Undoubtedly the right men to undertake the job =which is not' likely to mean practical 'vork 'for years--probably not in our' time-are the police. They' are trained men to whom. full authority could be safely entrusted in times of'stress.: But whi...
THE SCIENTIFIC SPIRIT v. THE POLITICAL SPIRIT (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
THE SCIENTIFIC. SPIRIT v. THE POLITICAL SPIRIT' (To the Editor) . &lt; Sir,-Our vision focussed on Eur ope reveals the triumphs of physical science, and yet the rarest thing in the world, the thing which must be searched for and seldom found is the Scientific Spirit. It may be defined as expressing, the open mind without any preconcep tions or prejudices and no trace of the temper of the dogmatist. It is moved by a great and noble spirit and passion for truth, with no fear of facts, but desirous to meet them as preferable to half truths, and of much higher value than conven tional lies. These true facts alone can supply clues to the Riddle, of the Universe. The Scientific Spirit is formed by reverence and humility, and, like true charity, it does not boast, assumes no superiority. It neither threqaens nor coaxes, and promises nothing. Compared with the Political Spirit, how great the difference, and how great is the danger to our present day civilisation! Conlmunism is emoti...
AUSTRALIA DAY (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
AUSTRALIA DAY (To the Editor) Sir,-Your advocacy of a more wor thy celebration of Australia Day is something which has been overdue a long time. In these troublesome times it is necessary that all sections of the community should get together more than they do. Australia .Day gives a splendid opportunity for this. I hope your paper will not let uip ,on this subject, but will show as much persistence as it has with other .,ub lic questions.-Yours, etc., AUSSIE HURRAH FOR AUSTRALIA! (To the Editor) Sir,-Your letter of last week des cribed my feelings on arriving back to Australia. After several ' months :.broad in England and Am.:ric.. it struck me most forcibly that Aust ralia has everything of the best to offer, and compares most favourably with other parts of the world, but I must admit that we lack the organisa tion of say America. Or perhaps it is shyness, or laziness?. I am inclined to think it is laziness. We do not boost our own country, nor do we flag. wave nearly enough. Why...
GOLF NOTES MUNICIPAL GOLF CLUB. Mixed Foursomes. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
GOLF NOTES --o--o :MUNICIPAL GOLF CLUB. 'Mixed Foursomes. Mrs. 3. J. Houlihan and S. Davies 74k. Associates' One-Stick Competition Mrs. C. Wornarski, 48-18-15. Stroke. 69--L. Danckert (16). . 70-J. Gloury (18). 78-"F. Hill (16), R. Artis (10): 74-M. Stevenson (27), P. Holding (10). 76--S. Davis- (5). 78-1. Nash (22). 79--A::Miller'. (27), R. Miles (27). S"L' UB NOTES. Mush ifiterst is ein itakeni in 'the Club cliaIj'ionshi~ps -hih ?ire to .be played on August 20th iand ,27th; ranl September 3rd. Strong fieolds are ex pected in both "A" and "B" grade championships, and both titles apPer to be Ivery open. Somie low scores are anticipated as players have had an. ,le opportunitY of becoming quite familiar with the course, which is in splendid condition In spite of the fact that the course is crowded every weekend, the greens are in splendid coudition san reflect great credit on the curator. A practice ?-putting green will ready for use inla few weeks. Tbis will, be a welcome addition to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
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SEAFORD NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
SEAFORD NOTES Best players for Seaford.Carrumlat Hastings on Saturday were F. Davies and D. Davies, Davidge, Cunningham, Carlson and Hawkings. Goalkickers were: Garrick. 2, Ark 1, D. Davies 2, F. Davies 1, Hanton 2, and Anderson 1. Seaford were badly weakened by the absence of six of their best play ers. l?i team has gone through the sea son without winning a match, and de serves credit for the:manne, in which it has .carried on; and displayed the best brand of sportsmanship. •The team meets Sorrento at home tomorrow.
Frankston's Easy Win AT NAVAL DEPOT IN A GRADE FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
Fraikston's Easy Win AT NAVAL DEPOT IN A GRADE F OOTBALL FRANKSTON scored a surprisingly easy victory at the Naval Depot on Saturday last. . Teamwork, deter mination and accuracy were deciding factois. Naval Depot's team was not at full strength. They opened the game with 15 men and played the greater part with 17. This proved a big handicap Aiid Frankston led at the first change by 4-6 to 1-2. With Brown and Scoble playing great football on the wings and the rucks overshadowing the opposition, Frankston was able to attack con tinubiisly. Frankston's defenders, Harry, .Rosenbrock aind Coxall were outstanding and the Depot failed to score in this term. Frankston through Staff, frequientlyr penetrated the Depot's defence and held a lead of 10-10 to 1-2 at half time. Frankston's form was vastly superior tb that shown at Mornington the previous -week. Although. the Depot played hard they could not cope with the visitor's team work and accuracy. They added 2 goals in this term to Frankst...
CYCLING FRANKSTON AMATEURS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
CYCLING. " -0- FRANKSTON AMATEURS ,:The club held a 30 mile handicap on Saturday' from Frankston 'through Cranbourne and : Dandenong;,. and l?nlished at' Frankston. Results: D. ;Dunk (7min.), 1; K.. Nash (Smin. 30 s?ec.), 2;- V.~. iiguss(13min.),. 3. Time,, -.28.0. Fastest time,. K. Treasure' (2 min.). 1.21.28:. The trophy for the race was gener. ously: donated by the pDresidont (Mr C. Gray). SHOOTERS, 12 guage English cart ridges 4/8 packet. Large stock of rifles and shot guns at Central Tim ber Yard. .
ST. PAUL'S. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
ST. PAUL'S. Recitals by the church organist (Mr J. F. Brown) on Sunday at 6.15 p.m. will be taken from the works of Russian' composers. On Wednesday, August 16, at 8 p.m. Mr. Chapple, organist at St. Tho mas', Moonce Ponds, will give a re cital. At the home of 1Mr and Mrs Offor, William street, on Tuesday evening anu revoir was said to Mrs and Miss Slavin, two members of St. Paul's choir who are leaving Frankston to reside at Glenroy. Both these ladies will be greatly missed as they have rendered invalu able service to St. Paul's choir. They were presented with posies of daphne by Mr Offor on behalf of the choir. Rev. A. J. Whyte, vicar,; was chair manc. Mr. F. Eldridge spoke of Mrs and Miss Slavin's service on behalf of the churchwardens and vestrymen. .A vote of thanks w'as, passed to Mr. and Mrs Offor by Mr A. Weston Pett, secondeil by Mr J. F. Brown, for the use of. their home, which was lent for .the occasion. The evening con sisted of .games, recitations and musical items by m...
FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
IjFRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN. The lecture on "Excavations at Jer?lho" by Mr Walter V. Beasley, F.R.G.S., on August 9 'is arousing widespread interest. It will be de livered in the school hall, and ad mission will be by silver coin. Of a great Canaanite wall it has been discovered that every engineer. ing device known to military siolnce today was used by those who plan ned and built it. Biblical truth is confirmed to a remarkable degree by the excavations. Members of other churches and citizens generally are cordially invited. to hear what pro mises to be an 'illustrated talk of exceptional merit. On .Sunday the Rev. F. Butchers will preach at. Frankston at 11 a.m.. Baxter at 3 p.m., and Somerville at 7 p.m. The evening service at Frankston will be taken by Mr A. WVilkie.
Final Four Decided Unless Protest Upheld [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
Final Four Decided Unless Protest Upheld Frankston1 Mornington, Sorrento, .'and Hastings-Tyabb will parti cipate in the final .matches of the Mornington Peninsula Foot ball.League, unless a protest lodged by Somerville is upheld by the League tribunal on Monday night. Somerville's entry into the four de pended on iits defeat of Sorrento last Saturday. After, one of the most ex citing matches of the season the score board showed the home teom one poln., in front at the end of play. Somerville officials contend, how ever, that a goal licked by Gq Bullen was wrongly registered as one point. The final round in the senior divi sion home and home matches will be played tomorrow and cannot affect the personnel of the four in normal circumstances On present form Somerville should defeat Naval Depot at home, Morn ington account for , Hastings-Tyabb, and Sorrento should ndt:liave great difficulty in. adding, another, four points to its tally at the expense of Seaford-Carrum, although that, te...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
PAGA CLOTH -in grey-fashions this two-piece suit with wide-revered, and maroon buttoned short jacket and knife pleated skirt worn. by Lana Turner, Metro-GoldwynMayer splayer. 1939 sees the .inaugural o.: natural straw in this tiny hat and the. immense purse with raffia worked design.
THE TURF CAULFIELD SELECTIONS (By Espy) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
THE TURF --0- CAULFIELD SELECTIONS (By Espy) 1.30-CRIMEA TRIAL- First Division Pure Gold ....... .... ..... 1 Tourist ..* .... . ...... . . 2 Con Burn .. ............. .... 3 2.0-CRIMEA TRIAL- - Second Division Highland March .... ...... 1 Merenth ... ... ... ........ .... 2 Quicksilver ... ............ .... 3 2.30-MOONDAH PLATE El Golea .... .... ....... .... 1 Manrico .... ..... ........ .... 2 INilghtguard ............... .... 3 3.5-AUSTRALIAN HURDLE Green Cape .... ........ ........ 1 Cheery Jack ........ .... .... 2 Restford ........... ........... 3 3.45-BALACLAVA STAKES Diaphane .... .... .... ... ..... 1 Pibroch .... ....... 2 Rivette . . .... .... ........ 3 4.15-WILGAH STEEPLECHIASERS' FLAT Scardus ........ ........... .. 1 M ustella ........ ... ........ .... 2 QW akerlfe .... .... ... ........ 3 4i.50-MORNINGTON WEILTIER Carpentier ........ ...... .... 1 Old Serpent ........... ........ 2 French Gem .... ....... ... 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
If Business is Bad - Advertise in the Standard Want-Ad. Costs I- for 14 Words see Your Newsagent "THE STANDARD" WANT ADS. Phone Frankston 6. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1939 PAGE FIVE. It Pays to use the WANT ADS. J. C. BRIEN GRAIN, PRODUCE, EGG Public Market, Well: St., Frankston. p-IONE: Frankston 108. After Hours, Somerville 254. LOTS- rd, 7's . . 7/3 C's Centel ........ 6/3 t (FQ.) ... .... ....2/10 eat Meal, 7's ........ 7/9 lied Oats, 2h's ........ 8/3 e, whole ............ ...... 5/4 e eal .... .... .... .... 5/3 MIeal . ................5/9 ck Starter, 100 lbs. '.11/ icial Chick Mash, 1001 :1... . ilbs.... ..... ........ 10/6 ing Mash, 100 lbs. .. 7/ cked Maize ............ 5/6 Prime Oaten ............ 5/3 Prime Wheaten ........ 4/3 Cow ....... ...... .... .... 3/6 Hulled Oats ............ .... 3/2 Chick Food, cwt. ... .........8/6 Pressed Hay, bale ........ 2/9 Best Flour ...... ....... .... 19/9 Dandy ....... .......... .... 10/ Meggett's Meal .... ... ,... 10/6 Cement ... .... .... ...
HIGH SCHOOL GALA. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
HIGH SCHOOL GALA. - Students of the Frankston District High School provided one of the iuost colourful scenes ever witnessed by Frankston audiences at the Gala night presented at the Wattle Palais on Fri day and Monday nights. For more than two hours the ball room was a brilliant spectacle as sets of students in bright period and na tional costumes danced old English sets, marches, 'and folk dances of many nations. The school choir, under the baton of Miss Dugan, was a high light of the entertainment. It has been found necessary to hold over a full report till, the next, issue of the "Standard." .