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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
Established 1883 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware and Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash LYLE'S HAVE a fine Assortment of No velties to select fIom for Boys & Girls, and the Prices are Right, less than Melbourne prices. I have good selections of Electro Plate ware suit able for presents-also a nice lot of Ladies Hand Bags, Hair Brushes and Combs, Suit Cases, and Leather Tray 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 60, English embossed plates 18s, 15s, 12s do. English w & gold cups at 21s do:: d iner plates 9s doz, T. Plates 8s doz, tin billies is ls3d, is 6d, Is 9d, 2s each, tin sauce pans, kettles, wash-ap 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 I0s each, mattress 10s,...
A Glimpse of Lovely Lorne [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
A Glimpse of Lovely Lorne Mr Uren, .eadmaster of the State Schbol, Somerville, hs'sreceived the folIowingletter froii Y'the Rev-'A. C. F. Gates,- which is' sireto interest the: manjywho eijoyed -lr Gates' friendship whilst at Somerville: ~'e are here at Lorne, after much travelling, in the loveliest spot that I have ever seen. .. On Loutl6 Bay; our little tow. is enugly ...camped, with: the bright .blue waves of Bass Strait in:.front of us' and the ever green densely, timbered;Otivsy Rlanges behind.:? The church is low'er down tho hill, and so steep .i:'.it that we can see the blue ocean over the top of the. ebhurch end Itis a lofty buililiig. :Looking along to Airoy'gInlet, where there.is a flnedwhite lighthouse, there is a succession Lf. mouatainc coining right to the water's edge,:anud what, I boe iere, is , unique in' Victoria, the, tall blue gums grow right down to the shore. As I sit.here, .I can hear the, great. ocean billows booming on the shore. The church is a' fine hild i...
The Shire Council Various Matters of Interest Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
The Shire Council Various Matters of Interest Discussed . The monthly meeting of the coun cil of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings was held at Somerville on Thursday, 7th inst. Present: Cr. Mason (president), and Crs. Oates, Wells, Murray, Griffeth, Longmuir, Unthank. Jones, Alden, Armstrong. Latham., Howell. The following was held over from last week : Dr Grittith, M.D., stating that he had examined Balmoral drain, Frank ston. Its condition was due to the overflow of ammonia water from the gas works. In his opinion this drain or swamp is not injurious to human beings, though he could quite be lieved it is unwholesome for duo ks or any birds or beasts to drink of. The ammonia water is distinctly anti septic, but not a good drink any more than carbol!c acid would be. People should keep their ducks from frequ enteng it. This is the remedy. R. Henry, secretary Frankston Fire Brigade, asking that fire plug indi cators be placed in positiont at once, and drawing attention to Chief Off ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
d A REGULAR ' * SBRISBANE SSHIPPER U Who this season has shipped his first consignment to our firm, writes thua:-"Conslder me one of your cients 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 II Brisbane Means Better Prices if you are a regular shipper. We know you're not in the fruit gerowing industry for comedy, so why play with markets as though groping, in the dark with bandaged eyes for payabloe prices for your fiuit? Let us assist you in the matter. By looki...
A Destructive Gale Waves Play Havoc with Mornington Foreshore [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
3 Dr I ADestrutive Gtes Waves Play' Havoc with Mornington Foreshore 'i" - . . . ..- . . .... . . .. .. The gale l.st Friday night, from the effects of which 'Frankston esca ped, wrought considerable damage. however, at Moruington, where the damage.is estimated at £1500. The years, and the wind sweeping in from the north-west, with no obs tacle to mitigate its force,.drove the waves highli.gp, over the foresbore. At Fishermian's Beach, Mornington, ,44 bathing boxes were wrecked. and washed away, nand,broken. timber nod wreckage were piled up in some plaees three-feet high. Rowing boats were torn from their moorings and smashed to bits.. .At many points, the cliffs, undermined by the wind lashed waves, were eaten away to the extent of 8 o 1l.0 feet. .Eve the. mas-. sire stone coping, of the sea wall at the pier could not.withstand the on-: slaegit. Thoughthe blocks of stone were fastened , together with heavy iron,staples,. they were lifted and all. swept up on. to the roadway and.tho...
"Battle of Dromana" Carrum Delegates Ridicule Dromana Reports [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
'' "Battle of Dromana" Carrum Delegates Ridicule Dromana Reports On Thnurday night, July 14th, the delegates of the Mornlngton Peninsu la Football Association met at Co. sey's Hotel, Somerville, when the President (Cr P. MoArthur) presided. Cra Rigby, Stephens, and Griffeth. and Messrs H. MoCulloch, Cameron, Firth, Simoock, Wilkinson, Carigg, G. MoLear, P. Floyd: and Morphett were ales present. .... Umpire's Fees .... The League wrote asking whether the Association was agreeable to pay the increased rates demanded by the Umpire's Association,--The Presi dent thought the Associatien was paying quite sufficient ; and none of the delegates seemed anxious to diS putethe President's opinion. Cr Griffeth (Mornlngton) said that some umpires might be worthy of it, but the majority were not, and he moved, and Mr Wilkinson (Naval Base) seconded, that the increase be opposed by the Association. The umpires whom delegates favor ably mentioned were Messrs Dainty, Osborne, Crows, Scott, Lane, Dor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
YE OLDE ENGLISHE Crumpets M ADE BY A. T. WALTERS BAY STREET BAKERY Come and Inspect the New PRODUCE a HAIDW?lE STORE at BALNARRINO THB Best Stock Foods always on hand at the lowest rates. Meggitt' Famous Foods, and Law Somner's Tip Top Seeds. Motor Oils, Farm s0) and Benzine. A large display of Gardening Tools, Kitchen Utensils, rting Ammunition, and General -Farming Requisites to be had at most reaonable prices. Also i Chaff, Bran, Pollard, Wheat. Oats, Barley, M3lze, Poultry Foods. etc. Late 39th Batt., A.I.F.) Proprietor RON W STON Balnar rini HALLO ! The Man that Broke the Butcher's Ring I Still going strong I Who's' that Y FORRET5 The Carrumn Butcher Sides of Muoton ,M.d ; Corn Beef from 6id. Watch Next Week's Paper idtl do.'t. forgetL rho Carrum Butrhery. Further Reductions. Delivery ?oreyr hy. Leave name aund Ha drecs at the Post Office - FRANKSTO1 SVIEAT This Is the Man You Want to; M1 eet if You Want Good MFVeat John Shaw gl BUTCHER :. SOMERVILLE ll Prices Fur ther Reduced ...
Langwarrin [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
Langwarrin At a recent meeting of Cranbourne Shire Council one of the members made a statement reflecting on the manner in which Mr P. J." MurFay had secured votes for the seversnce petition. `As a result,, a otion 'was carried that the Siilre. S. reta ryp , certain the particularp from the mem be' and forwardt to the,.Minister of Public Works. The Minister esates: ,that no evidence has been submitted to snbstantiate these charges. .It is, therefore,' pi?ety evident that there .was nothing to complain' about.
The Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
The Pictures -'Eyes o Younth," with Clara Kim bIll Yong' in the leading role, was the' principal pietuse last Saturday, night, and it was generally admitted to besone'of the most absorbing pic itures'yet presented here. 'Pauline Starke (last seen here in "The Cour-, age ofnIMarge O'LDoone") and Milton Sills were leso in the'cast. Warren Kerrlgdn and Fritzie'Brunette created much laighter in their feature. ...Tomorrow night, E. K.. Lincoln will be starred in "The Inner. Voles," whilst Clara Kilmball Young will be fcatured in 'The Forbidden Woman", -a thrilling story by Lenore Coffey, 'ivolving.a young French artist, who flirts. and coquettes to her heart's content. This is a picture that will set you talking and thinking.
Carrum Day by Day Henley on the Patterson Next Xmas Holidays [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
Carrum Day by Day Henley on the Patterson Next Xmas Holidays It shows what enthusiasm there must be amongst the local people when an attendance of over 30 members attended the fortnightly meeting of the Progress Association last Saturday night. The evening was very wet and wintry, still they were there, and the various items of business were keenly argued and thoroughly enjoyed. The Associa tion is fortunate in having some good and witty debaters, who not only work hard for the district, but are ready at all times to put their hands in their pockets whenever a deserving case or cause presents itself. Now, as to what business was done at the meeting. Ex Senator S. Barker, (president) oc cupied the chair. Messrs Illis and Coulthard were unanimously elected new members. Reports were then received, and Messrs Boyd and Giles stated that they had waited on the Railway Commissioners as they passed through the town last week, and placed before them several im portant wants. Special stress w...
Our Tyabb Letter Mr Denham Elected President of Fruitgrowers [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
Mr Denham Elected President of Fruitgrowers The annual meeting of the Fruit- growers Association was held in the hall on Thursday evening, 14th inst. Cr Longmuir occupied the chair, and about 30 members were present. The secretary, Mr T. H. Houfe read the balance sheet, which showed a credit balance of £8 19s; this was considered as being very satisfactory. The appointment of officers for the ensuing year resulted as follows: President, Mr A. E. Denham; vice- presidents, Messrs F. Stockton and P. Val Kerr; secretary, Mr A. E. Hollier; auditors, Messrs J. Broc- kett and F. P. Floyd. When vacat ing the chair, the retiring president, Cr Longmuir, thanked the members heartily for their support during his term of office, and added a few special words of praise for the retiring secretary, Mr Houfe, who, after 15 years faithful service, was regretfully relinquishing the position Mr A. E. Denham, on taking the chair, moved that a very hearty vote of thanks be accorded the retiring officers....
The late Mrs Unthank Another Old Resident of Somerville Passes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
The late Mrs Unthank Another Old Resident of Somerville Passes Following the decease of Mrs Grifith on Sunday, 10th inst., at the ripe age of 91 years, came the pass- ing away of another old resident who had also outlived the allotted span by many years. This occurred on Sunday, 17th inst,, at the residence of her son. Mr Joseph Unthank, "Merrivale," Somerville. Mrs Un- &nbsp; thank was born 89 years ago, at Horsham, Sussex, England. Her father was a farm laborer, earning 12/6 per week, which had to suffice for the support of the family. Just about 70 years ago Mrs Unthank de- cided, like many others, to try her fortune in new lands across the seas, and took passage in a ship called the "'Statesman.'' Previous to sailing from Southampton, the vessel was for some days delayed. This had a dis- astrous effect on the lender purse of our friend, who on landing in Mel- bourne some months later found her self with only a few pence to start life afresh. However, with courage and ene...
Football Reminiscences The Peninsula's Past Champions Recalled [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 22 July 1921
Football Reminiscences The Peninsula's Past Champions Recalled &nbsp; CONDUCTED BY OUR SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE I was standing in the Frankston Park, watching Hastings being com fortably thrashed by Frankston, and two old-time players - one from the shores of Westernport and the other from the silvery sands of Port Phil- lip - got into the demesne of reminis- cence, and, with sparkling eyes and smiles on their faces, recalled the days when Hastings were the cham- pions of the Peninsula. "Those.were the days," one observed, and the other agreed. "Hastings were invin- &nbsp; cible in those roaring days," remar- ked the Hastings veteran. His chest puffed out with pride, as he pointed to "Nipper" Floyd, and said,. 'Ah, he was a great lad in those days." The Frankstonite agreed, but, not to be outdone, reminded his, old oppon- ent that one season the only time that Hastings were defeated the feat was achieved by Frankston! And then they laughed, and declared once more that ...
First Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 July 1921
First Assoiatioq The next series of competitive games will take place tomorrow. The matches are: Carirum v Naval Depot Somerville v Mornington Hastings v Franketon Dromana have the bye. In every instance, the matches are played at the first mentioned places. . The'Frankston team against the Hastings at Hastings Park to-mor row will be selected on the ground from the following :-Fairnie, Bray, `J. McCulloch, Kyne,. Coxall, Gale, Williams, Johns, Dess, Duffy, Daly, Twining, Baxter, Lewis, Gabriel, H. McCulloch, Gamble, Bill Gillies, Shimmens. Smitho 'and McGiniskin. To get 'nto the finals, Franlston must win this match:, , If they lose, Hast ings, providing they beat..'dornig ton and the Base, will.have an equal chance withi Frankaton on a percen tagse basisi.' Carram, who bhed Carlean. and Frei Davii' again in the.field, outplayed M?ornington by 11.8 to 5.12., Morn ington's kicking was, very, erratic Carrum were the other way about- but their centre and. back work.was well done . Geo...
The Umpire's Whistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 July 1921
The Umpire's Whistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players COUICTIED IBY OUR S Tae position of the variBs clubs on the premiership lists up to the pre sent is shown In the following table . 1 4 5 J -I I NAME i FIRST ASSOCIATION Carrum 10 9 1 0 40 36 Somerville 9 7 2 0 36 28 Mornington 9 7 2 0 36 24 Frankston 10 4 6 0 40 16 Hastings. 9 3 6 0 36 12 Naval Depot 9 2 7 0 36 8 Dromana 10 2 8 0 40 8 SECOND ASSOCIATION Tyabb 10 8 2 0 40. 32 Moorooduo 10 6' 3 1 40 '26 Hastings 10 6 4 0 40 24 Frankston 11 6 5 0 44 24 Morningtdn 10 4 6 1 86 18 Langwarrin 10 2 '6 2 40 .12 Somerville'10 2 8 0 40 8 Moorooduo defeated Langwarrin, but no scores are to hand, ex!opt that Reg Grierson and Tom Higgens (2 each) and Sherlock, Wilson, Ted Higgens and Sheaf got Moorooduc's goale.
The Pianoforte Recital Brilliant Exposition by Miss Macmaster [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 July 1921
The Pianoforte Recital Brilliant Exposition by Miss Macmaster The recital in aid of the Institute for the Blind, organised by Miss Dorathea Macmaster, was given in the Mechanics' Institute last Friday evening. The evening was parlicul blustery and disagreeable, but in spite of that the audience was large and enthusiastic. Amongst those present were visitors from Melbourne Somerville, Mt. Eliza, and other pa ts of the district. It is often said that Frankston is not musical, abt on this occasion a wholly classi cal programme was so keenly appre ciated, that Miss bracmaster wa re-called after the last of a fairly long succession of appearances. The enjoyment of the music was undoubtedly heightened by the beaCtiful stage decorations,- for vhich Mrs James was responsible. A11 went as smoothly as it did be cause members sf the Caledonian Society took charge of the hall from ront door L. : ' e. - - -* Miss Macmaster andMiss Brandon Ipened with Liszt's Rhapsody, No 2, .he pupil, young and ...
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 July 1921
SRepatriatioq'Notes R:eturned Soldiers are i.nvited tc apiply to this Committee for advicp before entertaining business pio posals of any kind;' Those Soldiers and Dependents needing /assistance, sustenance, &c.. are hereby notified that by personal' application to any of the undersigned' members of committee, forms and advice may be obtained :-Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hsrtland, S. Sherlock, W. P. Mason, T. J.: cMurtrle and E. Barrett. Employers are requested to n'otify the Committee of any vacancy suitable for returned men. Persons having Businesses or Property. &o., to sell sanitable to Returned Soldiers are earn. estly invited to communicate particu lars to the Committee. ' E. BARRETT, Hon. Sec, Repatriation Frankaet~
Higher Elementary School Determined Effort to Secure School at Frankston [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 July 1921
Higher Elementary School Determined Effort to Secure School at Frankston The Council's sub-committee met on Mlonday night last, when decisive steps were taken in the matter of se curing a Higher Elementary School for the Peninsula. The Shire Presi dent (Cr W. P. Mason) pressded, and Crs Armstrong and Howell were also; in attendance, whilst the following members of the Peninsula Schools Committee were present by invita tion : Cr Stephens and Mr Joseph Smethuant (Mt Eliza). Messre Nichol son and Young (Fraukston) and Cr Armstrong (Seaford). Apologies were received from Bittern, Hastings and other committees. The Shire President outlined the position and welcomed the co opera tion of School committeel. He under stood there were -33 schools on the Peninsula, and as the Association of School Committees had made the es tablishment of the Higher Elementary School one of their objectives, very general support could be relied on from the various centres. The Shire Council of Frankston and Ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 29 July 1921
FRANKS'TN" DAIRY Fraakston' Pure Milk Supply W. J. OATES Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Parm Customers may confidently rely on the purity and High-olass Quality of the milk supply. Caws milked under strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scientific appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Cluttorbuck's Blackstone 011 Engines, Cliff & Bunting's Chaftcutttrs and Grain Crushers, &o Simplex M liking Machines. Phone--37 BAY-st., Frankston -_ THE BAY VIEW HOTEL FI.ANKSTON. , E. J. PARKER, Licensee. BEST OF"WiN L??D-ALES.r iAlcocks Standard Billiard .Tble. Over the o20 Mile Radius. Motor Cars for.- Hire. Day or Night. .= STATE SAYINGS BANK OF YICTORIA The Farmers' Bank' I Credit Foncier Loans on , Special Terms to Re Farm Properties. - turned Soldlers, r Dependents, Red Cross & Two-Thirds .of 'Valuation Transport Workers S2000 at 6 per. cent Three-Fourths of Valuation up to £2000 at 51 per cent. Repayable over 27½ ...