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DAMAGES CLAIM FOLLOWS ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
DAMAGES CLAIM FOLLOWS ACCIDENT Heard ait the County Court on ' uesday and Wednesday a claim of £493 for "damages was brought by Mrs. Elizabeth O'Donnell, of. .Wells street, Frankstonl, against Constal e. H W. Harley, of Russell-street. -.'*: The action followed an accident be tween Harley's, car 'and Mrs. O'Don nell's bicycle between Crib. Point and Hastings in October last year.. . It was alleged .'by Mrs. O'Donnell that her hair had turned grey as ..a result of the injuries she had sus tained. After being before the court on Tuesday the parties reacded a settle ment.
Church Notes METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
---o METHODIST Services on July 30 were conduct ed in tile morning by Mr Purnell, of 'T'oorak. and in the evening by Mr F. Jenkin. The evening service was the last at which Miss Eunice Barclay will act officially as organist, she having been appointed to play the pipe organ at South Melbourne Congregational Church. After a short ordinary ser vice the proacher conducted a song service, at which a number of favor Ito hymirs chosen by the congrega tion were enjoyed by all present. Alter the 1onediction, Miss Barclay impressively played 'Valn,"' by Ken etldy Russell. During the service the choir spi ritedly rendered the anthem, "King All Glorious,' 'the soloist being Mr Higgs. Miss Gwen Gray also sang a golo.
GOLDEN JUBILEE. FRANKSTON FIRE BRIGADE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
GOLDEN JUBILEE. FRANKSTON FIRE BRIGADE The Golden Jubilee Celebrations of the Frankston Fire Brigade to be held on August 24 and 28 are arousing considerable interest- in Frankston and other parts of the State. Although good comradeship and congratulation will be the key-note oft the celebrations, the firemen who. were on active service dIuring 1914-. 1918 will not be forgotten. They.were:i Chas. Bunny Chas Brody Fred Burton (killed in action) Harry Covington W. Fisher Jack Hardiman H. H. McComb (killed in action) -Bert-Roberts C. Wilson (died of wounds) E. F. Reynolds * Readers who have information of the whereabouts of former members of the .brigade should. get. in., touch, with the organising committee or pre-' sent members- of the brigade. .1
KELVIN HALL RECITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
KELVIN HALL RECITAL. BY FRANKSTON STUDENTS On Wednesday, 16th August, the students of Mr. Leo Collins will give a recital of the works of Johann Se bastian Bach at the Kelvin Hall, Mel bourne. An ambitious programme of vocal and instrumental music' will be pre sented with both solo and ensemble Items. Among the Frankston students to perform' will 'be Mrs Essie Smith, the Misses Christine Hall. Gwen Calder, Toan Hanson, Joan1 Cochrane, Masters Albert Wastell and John and Don Calder.
SWING PARTY FOR CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL TOMORROW NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
SWING PARTY FOR CHILDREN'S ,HOSPITAL TOMORROW NIGHT. "Woodburn," the home of Mr. and Mrs. Beveridge, Bruarong Avenue, Oliver's Hall, Frankston, will be the setting of a "Swing Party," tomorrow (Saturday) night. Dancing, bridge and other features will be included in the entertainment. Proceeds are td aid the Orthopaedic (Frankston) section of the Children's Hospital, and Craft Hostel. Tickets are selling freely. Mrs. E. Ramsden is the ticket sec retary, and Mrs. E. C. Hannah, the convener.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
PROFESSIONAL Phone 29 Frankston. Box 25 Frankston W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. 588 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON House, Land and Insurance Agent. Furnished and Unfurnished Rents Collected Auctions Arranged Houses To Let ROSTRON, ROY & PIT] BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS Commissioner for Taking Affidavits ATTENDANCES: DROMANA: First Saturday in montli 12 to 3 p.m. SOMERVILLE and HASTINGS: Sec. ond Saturday in month, 11 to 1 FRANKSTON OFFICE: Every Satur day 3.15 to 8.30 p.m. Trust Money to Lend. Melbourne Office: 4140 Little Collins . Street. Telephones: Central No. 9374. Pri vate Residence: Windsor No. 1938. E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE MU3700. Formerly employed by William S. Cook and McCallum). Attends Frankston Wednesday af ternoons, 2.30 to 5, and may be con sulted at the .olice of Mr W. J. Mc Lean, Estate Agent, Bay Street. Private Address: Park Road, Chel tenham. ROBERT C. TAYLOR, LL.B. SOLICITOR Residence: Kars Street, Fra...
CURRENT TOPICS OUTSTANDING ARTISTS ENGAGED FOR "NAVY KNUTS" [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
OUTSTANDING ARTISTS ENGAGED FOR "NAVY KNUTS" "Navy Knuts," the big comedy attraction, has entered Its last month of rehearsals. At the Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday; with a full olrb?estra and iicrophione.. foretaste was given of the fine enter tainment this revue will provide. Such widespread public interest has been created by this revue that it has, been decided to stage it on two nights -Thursday. August 31, and Thursday, September 1-to enable country resi dents to see this outstanding pro gralinle Tickets at 1/7h and 1/1 (booking 6d. extra) will be' on sale on Monday. The box plan for both evenings will be at Dennitt's Cafe, Bay Street, Frankston. a' fortnight prior to. the opening night. .The. funds of the Frankston Foot. ball Club will benefit from the pro ceeds. d' A l
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Veale, of Mel bourne-road, will leave Frankston in the, "Duntroon" on Wednesday, for a holiday trip to Brisbane. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gamble, will be pleased to learn that they are both recovering after severe attacks of influenza., Mrs. W. Gilbert, of Mornington road, is reported to be improving af ter a serious illness. Mrs. Gilbert is an inmate of a Mel bourne hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Goven Cox, of Queen's Road, Melbourne, have commenced building, a seaside home in Kars street, Frankston. Mr. W. J. Amor, of Melbourne-road, is an inmate of Maxwelton Private Hospital, where he is recuperating from the effects of a severe bout of influenza His friends among the bowling fraternity will wish him a speedy recovery. Miss, Eunice Barclay has been ap pointed to the position of organist at the South Melbourne Congregational Church. Miss Barclay gave a farewell recital to a large congregation at the Metho dist Church on Sunday evening. Mr. T. Marshall is conf...
Estate Agents Celebrate Tenth Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 4 August 1939
Estate Agents Celebrate oOo Tenth Annual Meeting The tenth annural meeting of the Mordialloc-Frankston and Penin sula branch of the Real Estate and Stock Institute of Victoria was celebrated at the Continental Cafe. Frankstan. on Julv 27_ At a smoke social following the meeting,' the presidenit of the branch (Mr G. G. Austin) extended a wel come to visitors. He said that the branch's activi ties extended from Beaumaris to Phillip Island and Dandenong. At monthly meetings held in the past 12 months many business matters had been satisfactorily concluded. Although members were active competitors, business went hand in hand with friendship. The ethics of the institute, when carried out, were proving a wonder ful benefit for both agent and client. Guests included members of muni cipal councils and omficers, bankers and members of the legal and medi. cal professions. In a toast to visitors, the secre tary (Mr H. R. Hill) said that' the feeling between all professions was most co-operativ...
TURF TATTLE NATIONAL DEBT OUR SOLE REP. IN STEEPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
TURF. TATTLE NATIONAL DEBT OUR SOLE REP. IN STEEPLE. (By THE METEOR) SDown-the-line stables are usually well represented in number when ah important race comes on for decision, but, such is not the case in the Aus tralian Steeplechase on Saturday. Our sole representative is National Debt, who arrived from Adelaide last week and is located at Mentone. He is, however, a first class 'chaser, and is a worthy contender for honors in the longest distance race in the Victorian racing calendar. National Debt won three races in his last four starts before leaving Adelaide, and his form in the Wilgah *Steeplechasers' Flat at Caulfield last Saturday was really good from an Australian Steeple viewpoint. I ex pect.him to keeps Mustella, Giant Kil ler and Co. busy in the big race. Jack Holt is naturally elated at be ing selected as trainer for the Duke of Kent's horses during His Royal Highness's term of office as Goveinor General. Dhoti, owned by the Duke of Kent, is already on his way to Austra...
BAXTER [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
BAXTER To raise funds to redeem deben tures on the Scout Hall at Somerville a bazaar will be held in the Mecha nics' Hall oi Friday afternoon and evening, August 18th. The function will 'be opened at 3 p.m. by District Commissioner Rudduck.' There will be a uumber of stalls and side shows and various competi tions have been arranged. PERSONAL. While dismantling a windmill Mr. J. Sullivan was struck hi the eye by a splinter. of steel. The eey was se verely injured. He was admitted to the Eye and Ear Hospital for treat ment.
SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
SOMERVILLE A successful and enjoyable social evening was spent in the parish hall on July 27. The. arrangements were made by members of St. Andrew's Church under the direction of the vicar (Rev. S. . Seward). Commu nity singing occupied a large part of the programme. The words. of,t te various iteims were shown upon' a screen by the. hiiar. Mr Jolhn Hays provided the accoipanimient odz the piano.? After' the singing of the National Anthem, Mr lii~is, an accomplished musician from Melbbourne opened the programme with a° finely rendered overture. Vocal items were given by Mrs Cummins, Miss Durrant, Mr Sew ard, Mr B. Maslin and Graham Cook. A mouth organ selection was given by Messrs E. Allison, N. Renouf and C. Boyd. A splendid cupper was pro vided by the. ladies of the church, after which the younger folk indulged in dancing to music provided 'by Mrs Cool, who also assisted in her will-, Ing manner by playing several of the accompaniments for the singers. DANCE AND EUCHRE. The extrem...
SEAFORD [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
SEAFORD . Miss Joan Larkin, of Seaford, has joined the nursing staff of the Mil dura .Hospital. She left Seaford on Tuesday. Miss Larkin, who has been on the staff of Foy and Gibson's for a number of years, was tendered a send-off by the management and staff on Friday. She was made a presen tation by the management.
HAPPINESS HOUSE. FRANKSTON BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
HAPPINESS HOUSE. FRANKSTON BRANCH A record number of the committee attended the monthly meeting to discuss plans for the second annual ball to be held on October 12, the proceeds to be divided equally be tween the Frankston Community and the Children's .Orthopaedic H-Ios pitals. The honorary secretary, Mr. J. Nolan, reported plans to be well advaimed. The enthusiastic sup-, port of the committee already pro mises that 'the proceeds of the fund tion will 1rsult in substantial sums being allocated to the hospitals. Mr. IBert Artus, former president of the club, donated 10/6 towards the preliminary expenses, also the committee members have promised further assistance. The club will continue to .hold 50/50 dances every Monday night, the admission being 3/1. These functions have been run continually since May, 1937, and are as popular as ever. OBTAIN your timber, iron, cement, "bricks and all building requirements at competitive rates from Central Timber Yard.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
ENTONE GIRLS'. GRAMMAR SCHOOL 231 Beaca Road.. A puBLIC DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS FEES MODERATE. ice,,sble by Motor Bus from Mordialloc, Black Rock, Beaumaria, Oakleigh and Dandenong. KINDERGARTEN TO LEAVING HONOURS. gspsctuB on Applicatian. Headmistress at home by Appointment. Tel.: Chelt. 320. J. McCowan, B.A., Dip. Ed., Headmistress. MENTONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL DAY AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. ub.PrimarY to Leaving Honours. Boys admitted to Kindergarten at age oc four. Separate Department for Junior School. SMODERATE FEES. Healthy Surroundings.. Ideal Situation. Extensive Grounds. COACHING COLLEGE. NIGHT CLASSES Pupils Prepared for all Examinations. Complete Provision for Boarders For Prospectus and Particulars of Scholarships, Apply C. C. THOROLD, M.A., Headmaster. Tel.: Chelt. 409. Tel.: Chelt. 409. - NO NEED to Buy New Clothes Send your Frocks, Costume and Coat to us and have them DRY CLEANED AND PRESSED Our charges are ery smaL. PRINCE'S LAUNDRY Head Office MENT...
HAPPY SWING PARTY CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL BENEFITS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
HAPPY SWING PARTY CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL ,BENEFITS "Wood'burn,"' Oliver's Hill, the charming home of Mr and Mrs J. K. Beveridge, presented, a gay and color ful scene on Saturday night, when a. swing party was held in aid of the funds of the Orthopaedic Hospital and Craft Hostel at Frankston. More than 150 guests attended. Green and white hurricane lanterns were stud ded along the path, defining a spa cious lawn and garden. The guests were received by Mr and Mrs Beveridge, assisted by the vice-president of the auxiliary (Mrs E. Ramsden) and the convener of the dance (Mrs E. C. Hannah). The' walls of the ballroom were de corated with plaques like masses of autumn-tinted bracken fern and honeysuckle tree. Huge log fires and masses of native bottle brush and white lilies brightened the rooms. The supper, with its home-made delicacies, !provided by members of the organising committee, was served in the dining-room. The long table was decorated with flat green bowls of mixed blooms and silve...
HASTINGS BUSH NURSING HOSPITAL Ladies' Auxiliary [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
HASTINGS BUSH NURSING HOSPITAL Ladies' Auxiliary Members met at "Bungunyah" on Tuesday afternoon to bid farewell to Mrs. Ware (vice-president) who is leaving the" district. Mrs. Watt presided, Mrs. Gold being absent through indisposition.l Mrs.' Wall's resignation was ac cepted with regret. In presenting the farewell gift, Mrs. Watt said it also carried the good wishes of the members to Mr. and Mrs. Wall and family. Mrs. Gold thanked the ladies for their help and cooperation in the recent hospital ball, and hoped to preside at the next meeting of the Auxiliary on September 5. HOSPITAL BALL The annual ball of the Hastings Bush INursing Hospital proved to be one of the most brilliant and suc cessful functions of the season. The decorations symbolised. Spring time, and the lavish display of car nations, roses, 'wattle, daffodils ~and almond blossom carried out the idea very effectively. A record attend ance, glamorous music and beauti ful frocking of the ladies, all con tributed in mak...
EUCHRE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
EUCHRE PARTY. Fires ivill provide cheery warmth lat "the St. Paul's Kindergarten Hall `on Tuesday night when a euchre party will be held to. aid the funds of the Church bazaar. Good prizes will be receie'd by the sucecssful ladies and gentle men. '
GOLF FRANKSTON GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
GOLF FRANKSTON GOLF CLUB Four-ball best 'ball: 7 up, R. Artls and L. Prossor (10); 5 up, J. Row' berry and H. Miller (18); 2 up, A Artis and S. Davis (5). A social match was played against Mornington Club on August 6 at Mornington. The ..Frankston team was. defeated by. three matches to one. A return match will be played at Frankston on Sunday, August 13. Beginning next Saturday. club com petitions will be played on Saturday afternoons and'' Sunday mornings The club membership is now very' close to the 100 mark and it is cer tain that this number will be in creased. considerably during the next few weeks. .