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60 YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
60 YEARS AGO Away in Hampshire, England, some eighty years~ ago, a young man named' Johni'Lloyd became initiated into the valuable secrets' of the Bacon Curing :and-Small Goods .industry, where he :be came familiar with the process ing of pork in its various forms, not the least being the. sugar curing, of bacon, which later iwas to become the foundationl; of' the prosperous business now so well and favorably known throughout many parts of Victoria as J. Lloyd & Sons Pty. Ltd., of' Crari leigh, Cranbourne Road, Franks ton. -- . Just on sixty years ago the late. Mr. John Lloyd "selected 'tle? thirty acres of rich - timbered land upon which the present?up' to-date bacon curing and ' small goods factory stands. The sturdy founder and pioneer of this'-par. ticular line of biusiness in' the dis trict pitched his 'tent inh, ,he. virgin bush, Jbringingg his' -ife and two sons, Rupert and Harry, to share, his fortunes ':which,: as a result of unflagging inidustry and straight-forwar...
"FOR HER GOODNESS." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
.""FOR-HER GOODNESS." (:This 'poemni :'ow ibeing pub lishled f-orif the '.first- time, was written b`y:-the ':ate Helena Mc Comb.'"and 'irspiied by the .vord ing -'on the 1Memorial Entrance at "Frankston -:.Cemetery): Three simple words: And yet -What :.better:: epitaph . could one desire? : , .It sheds?.-a a linig'ritg fragrance down' the 'years, Waking elusive memories of by ,= gone days;, y .`.: ... Stirring:the hearts of. passers-by who read So tthat, ere.: seeking., consecrated They pause -to, ask'- "Who is this ploneer, This onecalled Grace, that `she should th'ts .be :kept in'loved remei??rance? No weakling.: this! ? Like scaired Aid rugged -: she oak , triee .an ..?:"Frankston heights, That valiantly:::withstood- each .sweeping -'gale, . Whilst the :waves thundered on: a: foanistrewn'ii' beach, So did this ?hardy;t,, pioneer hei .... :: duty face;- , Toiling 'i:.with. . zesti:: in s?etting primitive i To.. build -a :home' to.: rear an ; upriight" brood;` --: . .. .::., -Not ...
"THE TEN COMMANDMENT[?] AND TRUE SANCTIFICATION[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
S"THE TEN COIMA AND TRUE SANCTIFIC In the truths'of His word, God' has" given to men a revelation of Himself; and to all who accept them they are a shield against the deceptions of Satan. It is a neglect of "these truths that has opened the door to the evils which are now becoming so wide spread in the religious world. The nature and the importance of the law of God have been, to a great extent, lost sight of. A wrong conception of the charac ter, the perpetuity, and the obli gation of the divine law, has led to errors in relation to conversion and sanctification, and has result ed in lowering the standard of piety in the church. Here is to be found .the secret of the lack of the Spirit and power of. God in the revivals of our time. Many religious teachers assert that Christ by His'death abolish ed the law, and men are hence forth free from its requirements. There are some who represent it as a grievous joke; and" in con trast to the bondage of the" law; they present the liberty to ...
[?]UP'S ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
'SANNUAL MEETING M SISUCCESSFUL SEASON enthuiastic .ttendsnce at the -an Theatrc GrOUP held last week, t?'It., Mliss Norme Collihs, and e preside tary and the treasurer, tor, the s?ag Group progress and com onclu The treasurer's report dis t conclu 'ear was £732-odd, and the .?e Io ;ineme. £2 was distribute'd to ..?? k¢;in aorle ' . .. J 2 .... . RT resident d Inas fol uded th finan of en r mem for ths and ouw only ir was de or local his, the erform cry re e price season his year embers ed cost owing to for re lighting, for pro lighting was set to pro nt of a the use suitable able in and ap Com ge and ium in ual and of the nks are eigh for r us. and my director, cretary, er and Morriss, e com ion and attend d my and her refresh s: func sound and Reg orinan, and to taking charge of the preferential book-' ing for oiir-play seasonis .and the' sale of tickets for various: other' I functions. "I am very grateful'for the as-i sistance given to the Group by all who produced. plays, and. e...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
AND 'DECORATOR G ID *D E .N: S:- teof Burwvood) ET, FRANKSTON ATES GIVEN "ilAiiEi ....n E UE a... : E . FOR BABIES .; : e delighted with the latest. American. r and t ble, which is now obtainable in se hows, no more heavy, lifting. pf ,baby fb and ave nothling but praise for it it oak for it. It "sed asrlt, creanl, green or blue used as a card table o' a ta.';ith cn l "e or auto-tray. Price l"a2rlt? ab , £7/, pus 10 er it)" 3 y-safeT Co Ltd., 336-Belalri arnell's Jewellery Store Pty. Ltd. FOR ALL CLASSES OF - WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELLERY REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED' 572 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON PHONE: 360 You CAN Get Delivery of AUSTIN Cars and Trucks ORDER NOW. . .DELIVERIES: A40 SALOONS, ............ Approximately. 3 months. A70 SALOONS ......... Approximately 4 months. UTILITIES ......... ... .... Approximately 2 months. HEAVY. DUTY, 2-3 and 4-5 TON TRUCKS. ABOUT SIX WEEKS FROM DATE OF ORDER. Now for the new AUSTINS SEE FRANKSTON CAR SALES (ALEX. BIGGAR, Prop.) 54 Dandenong Road, Fra...
R. F. MILES, ESTATE AGENT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
R. F. MILES, ESTATE AGENT 'Mr. R. F.: Miles, Estate Agent, came to the district in 1922, es tablishing an agency at Seaford the ' following year. 'He next bought out Brody and Marks, and the firm became Brody, Miles & Co. in 1925. Mr. Miles later took into partnership Mr. Jack Herd; later selling out to Mr. Herd, when the firm became. Brody and Herd. Mr. Miles :built the East Frankston Post Office in 1937, and has been postmaster there since that date.
COATES' BAY STREET [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
COATES', BAY STREET At Coates',. Bay Street, Franks tan, smallgoods of the best qual -ity are obtainable. Coates' caters for wedding receptions and other functions. (Continued on Page 49) 'World o i Connnnnner- .. (Continued from Page 47) '-1 *.B. LEDGAR, HAIRDRESSEI AND TOBACCONIST B. Ledgar's, hairdresser and to bacconist, Bay Street, Frankston ('phorie Frankston 78), has been established for many years. Best brands- of smokes are stocked. Haircutting by ;experts - ladies.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
. IT'S PASTEURISED - IT'S GOOD! ? M SLIP'S, ICE CREAM : S MADE ONLY FROM PURE PASTEURISED i. CREAM AND MILK, UNDER HYGIENIC ? ./ , , CONDITIONS. . COCONUT "- PLUM PUDDING -- AND " S. , CHOCOLATE FLAVOURS. LW R. J. SCHLIPALIUR LEWIS STREEET, FRANKSTON - Phone 769. a ON WIRE AND AIR. SUPREME . [WHITTAKER'S FRANKSTON HOUSE BUILDINGS, ELECTRICAL Contractor and; RADIO DEALER. S Expert Repairs and Service--Prompt Attention. _ AGENT FOR BRITISH GENERAL ELECTRIC ? SBYSECO. LTD. SE PHILLIPS CLAMPS FOR a:BETTER R LIGHTING. .. . PHONE 234. " . Expe- t Rpr andI. ,, • . 0 F " S i - o Attentio. . AGENTFO R VBIS GECERA ELECRI U. PHONE 2 34 OF'i " * , ? T O ? ? "TH E ? THANK YOU ° S"It's The March of The" S. CAMERON Men" m THAT HAS ANNOUNCED THE ARRIVAL 'm ' L AT YOUR HOME ..OF ? . BEST QUALITY AND VARIETY OF FRESH • GROCERIES From " 96 Young St.,, Frankston " a(J. CAMERON) Plae StrPhone: Frankston 263.Phone 77. "- SI CE 939 mmim9mi Young StmmFrankmmston U U 1r·IrI··I·I·IrI·· ~ II·i (*Obtainable: V...
RUTH'S MAIL BAG [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
aRUTH'S MAIL BAG -Dear Ruiith. - I"would like to become :aa member'" of your:;Chii dren's-- Cluil and have; 'ernclosied: an: entry : form. I. am.ini- ini grade four at .school, and have two :pet? cats-a black and white. one:nam ed. Spaim;, 'and a grey :one- named Puss. Well, I must close. now. Yours, James Kelly, White Street,' Mordialloc. (Welcome to our Club, James. Ruth)..... .Dear .Ruth. I am sending in this::: week's "competition :in . the. hope: of ;winning it. Noel: Grasso, who won: last week's competition, sits next to me at school.--Yours sincerely;, Barry Higgins;':, Mar riott :Street, Parkdale. '.;-: (I am sure that you arid Noel never: speak' in class, Barry! Ruth)..: 7. Dear Ruth. - Many thanks fo;i the =Honour Caid you sent me:. was -very. pleased to: receive it. I hope it will be the 'start of my. collection of cards, as it. is my first one. I am sending in last. week's puzzle as well as this week's, hoping it is not too late to be sending it as I forgot to post it ea...
Ryan for Flinders [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
Ryon for Flinders Liberal and Country Party branches in Flinders have been very active during recent weeks. All branch committees have now held meetings and adopted the recommendations of the Federal Electorate Committee in regard to the over-all campaign. Lt.-Col. Ryan, M.P., has at tended. and addressed numerous branch meetings, and also a pub lie meeting in Red Hill on Monday of last' week. This meeting was representative of the district, and those present decided unamiiniously to give whole-hearted support to Col Ryan. In Flinders, the differences be tween Liberal anid Country Party and the Country Party have been relegated to the background. The immediate objective of both par ties. is to ensure that Lt.-Col. Ryan is again returned to Parliament with an overwhelming majority, and that the electors give maxi mum support to' the Liberal Counttty Party Senate team. Lt.-Col. Ryan's record of" ser vice to the electorate during the past nine years and his wide spread popularity shoul...
FRANKSTON CHOW CHOW'S WIN AT ROYAL SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
FRANKSTONCHOW CHOW'S WiNlAT ROYAL SHOW In ..last week's issue of "The Standard". -was - news'. of a re cently-arrived British. migrant to Franikstnii: h'aving -' .won two avwards at-.the Melbourne Royal Show. ;ith the Airedale dog she Ibrought with her.;t-, iyRighit:: on ^.top -.of this .success comes 'that6 of .Mr.;:-and Mrs. E. :Woqodhovose i:.;Of 'yV.era. Street, :Fran~kston who airived-here only nine lrhonths?- ago : from Ehgland. They? gained two awards. at the Melbourne',I: Roiyal :--with their ClAiow;' Chow :dokg Kolee Junior (implj );; lacki C oChw Chow that has' done ireally wel, fodi the new ly establish'ed ::Woodliolme Ken nels -(all; imiported stock)' at Vera ;The. newcomers areliving with theiri married 'daughfert Mrs. Rob son;iwho; herself :" conducts. the VYarami Chow' Chow Kennels. Ko lee :Juhnior:is: reported- to have behaved "'like a :real :gentleman". for .',the Royal -,judge;:,' and had admriring: crowds round his stand. '.Mr', anind - Mrs '-Woodhouse brought- 's...
NEWS AND VIEWS Labor in Farmers' Friend [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
IEW:IS AND) VIEWS hFROM FLINDEIs CANDIDATES labor is Farmers' Friend :.iLast week; we, said that Full Empfoymefent was:, the " first contri lbution- whicli .Labor Government niakes .to your-' welfaire. Let us now-,look. at some of the other -good 'thiings whicih are .establish ing; Labor as the .bestý Government for Australia:. Good, .Guaranteed Prices . No ,one who lives `.iin Melbourne will deny that tlie:mnan whose job deperids 'on, the`"weather has his hands full...,Thle time was, though, ivhen~: the farmer's ::troubles only began when the weather was good. A bumper crdop put him into the hands of the. Collins Street "'cockies,'. who 'w'ould. -beat the farmert. down iin: lits'h prices while thlie lrodue dwas goiing bad on his alilids. In desperation, many a fartmer; has seen lhis mcrop sold for '? song because he had a good crop and':couldn't .fight, the dealers. Labor has taken the uncertainty of; .market coinditions 'out of the a orlc of- the farmeier. The farmer's job is to;....
The Standard DIAMOND [?] Childr[?] Clu[?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949
Dear Girls and Boys; This"eek the Frankston adard Diamond 'Jubilee:.:.Becaus.:this is a ve, S .steci ie ditia r `: ýti.,0dl like r e n: 'oe? "??fryto...jthe', oc?tasion. and ivedour, gave p l Y ta ou :? ill 'b'b · int-er?i:steda:to ; aee : co:: o:.,o p-i?ted:' xt o be't o retedice.a py..of the a first " Doi ou ;see' the?:pictures:°of a'girl and a boy takn i7ing' in:aikestbn still. The.little- boy was a budding 60 grl -s .a skippe'r,- so:-you see games have not changed The picture of children of today is a Frankston group, C; ,':hildren of 60 years ago did not have all the comfoit -we-e; happy and had:their -fun. Their life was hard butth mein ad women. -: ? I: am sure you all join with me in wishing the "Franksta ha ppy returns of the day stoi PS --A nice book has; been sent to Margaret Langj -of--lasht *ek 's~competita ion.,