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Those Reminiscences To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
Those oemigiscences To the Editor. Sir,-Your very Internstiag remi nisoenoes are much appreciated. Kindly accrept an old players' thanke. After handing you this bouquet, do you mind if I heave a brick at you for omitting to state that the dashing Frankstonites,-Jack Wright and Ed gar Kneen, also shone in the League? Kmeen was with Fitzroy, and Wright with Geelong, whilst Kneen played for Victoria against South Australia. - lam, etc BAXTER'S DAY. Frankaton, August 3rd
Repatriation Notes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
RepatriatiQl Notes ; ;Rettirned Soldiers are 'invited tc apply to this Committee for advice before entertaining business pro posale of any kind. Those, Soldiers and "Dependents needing assistance, sustenance, &c.. are hereby notified that by personal application to any oP the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may be obtained :-Messrs Oates (chairnlan),:' C. Gray, W. S. Hetliad, S. Sh erlck, W. P. Meason, T' J.; McMurtrie"scd'E. Barett. Employers:are requested to notifyi the Committee of any vacancy suitable' teo? etdrned men. Persons having. Busiiesses 'or Property. &o., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are eorn satly invited to communicate particu lars to the Committee. E. BARRETT, Hon. See, Repatriation Frankst.n
Second Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
Second Association The Seoond Asiolation matches to morrow will be as follows :? Tyabb v Fra kston - Heatlags v Mooroodno Mornington bye Soameryile Stars ha,. withdrawn, and Lsngwarriln sill em ' a forfeit. ,Tyabb's team against Frankitoo tomorrow '-will , be -seleted from': Slooombe (2), Longm? ir, Morrow, :Goring, Storey, Hodlins; Dehnbm, Ccle (l Thorzpll .(2), Noble (2), Vdan, P'ttN olher , 1P . i'olfey, $elep s-d King. n TjPabs best Langwarlwin by 7,14 to T1.0 e Magpies were sot athome in the oared. Lou Nntohinson umpired, Tyabb' bet wore Longmulir (three L9 fdir' Thdriniir Stod*,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
Established 1888 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progi'essive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware anG Crockevy Cash Prices Terms Cash :PICOTURES : Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday, August 6th, 1921 George Beban in An Alien Frank Keenan in Brothers Divided. Its a masterpiece Bride-13 is Coming! State Savings Bank of Victoria "THE FARMERS BANK" Credit Foqcier Loaqs on Farnl Properties Two Thirds of Valuation up to £2000 at 0 per cent, Repayable over 274_- years £3 15s half yearly for each £100 t7om Special Terms for Returned Soldiers "t Dependlauts, Red Cross and Transport WVorkers Three-fourths. of Valuation up to £2000 at 52 per cent. Repayable over 301 years, £1 15s quarterly for each £100 " Application Forms at any State Savings Bank or by writing to Inspector-General. GEO S. EMERY, Inspector General Head Office ..... State Savings- Bank, ElCizoa th Street, Melbourne, Victoria. Railway Station Estate ? AGENCY.? ?'p BRODY & FAR...
First Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
First Associatioq The next series of competitive games will take place to morrow. The matches are: Frankston v Dromsan .Naval Depot v Somerville "Mornington v Hastings Carrum have the . bye. ,In every instance, the matches are played at the first mentioned plan.s. lMornington and Somerville took part in the "Paeunonia Stakes" last Saturday. The ground -was in splen did.condition, despite the deluge the day before. Somerville won by 5.8 to 2.6. Somerville were without Hutch inson, Foster, Webb,. 1Villisms and Griffiths, whilst Morningtoo were mi neus Harrison, Golds and two others. The umpiring of Dainty was decid edlysatisfactory The best man on the ground vis w McConrille (S), who dominated the centre, and handled the wet ball in great style'. His best supporters were' -Tyree, N. Unthank, Guest Delaney, Kedgell, Maloney, and Barber, while MorningtQn's best were George Wilson, Sherlock, 'Don Hutchins, Bidgood and Sanderson. Somerville held the winning hand throughout, and were'never...
The Standard. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1921. Local and General News. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
LBih StanblarD. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1921. Local and Generai News. Yet arnother Hastings orchardist steppes into the avalrnce line and re placed waggon and horse team with end up-to -date motor vehicle.~ Cr ChaeJones nuuihilatcs time and paneo in mobt care free fashion. Recently 'e left home on Thuirsday tnornlin:: with his motor van full of produce. He delivered tis cargo at the Mel bourne market. and . was baclk at Somerville at 10.30 n.m.. thie same day, ready to wrestle with the weighty problems of municipal goverinment. Cr Jones and his colleongue, Cr II. E. Uuthank are now both well providerl with meanus of speedy transit, and ehould be enthusiastic witrresaes in nupport of the gourpel of good roads-a and more reonds. A ouchre party ind dance, In aid of the Victorian Blind Institute, wirs held in the Frankston hall last even ing. The ladles prizer, a handsomc chain lprdo, donated by Mrs Moloney, of the Pier IHotel, was won by Miss Gregory, and the gerts prize, 100 cigarettes, the...
The Council. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
The Council. There was a long sitting of the shire councir yesterday. Cr Wells ereated a stir by preser.ting a long list.of grievancc connected with neglected works . and the quarry works. On a division it was decided ,o hold a special meeting to thrnsh the matter out. Cr WVells has movred that the engineer receive six moutsb notion to terminate his appointment . 'The petition re NMr Bradhlty'0 works was held over for one month . Playne Street Contract Let SAt yesterday's Council meeting, Cr Wells moved end Cr Mason. ss conded that the truder of Mr Green, £235, for improrotuent of section of Playne Street be accepted, and that be be offered the balance of the street at schedule rates. - - Cr Alten wanted to kniow where the metal was coming from. .He thought there weire roads in thb other ridinga entitled to metal',-. Th'e Coo. lart road had boee?i:liung up for four years for irwat of monetal 'and* other reads vwerd requiring' tihous nds of yarde:.of mntal.m ...:, The Preldenotasol 1...
Ten Millions Wanted Sir Joseph Cook Makes Appeal to the People THE DIGGERS' LOAN. £10,000,000 AT 6 PER CENT. FOR SOLDIER SETTLEMENT AND HOMES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
Ten Millions' Wanted' Sir Joseph Cookl akes Appeal,to the People TEIE DIGGERS' LOA.2. £10,000,000 AT 6 PER CEN'T. FOR SOLDIER SETTLEMSlNT AND HOSMES. -"We have done well by the dig. gers, and I earnestly appeal to a generous public not Co be weary in S well-doing until the full measure of our duty has been fulfilled." In the above sentence the PFederal Treasurer and Acting Prime i linister (Sir Joseph Cook) struck the keynote of the camptign for obtaining subscriptions to a new Federal Loan of £10,000,000, a Loan, like others before it, raised in Australia by Australians for Australian ex-soldiers. Nearly £53,000,000 has already been spent out of revenue end previous Peace Loan? on the repatriation of soldiers. " These millions," Sir Joseph proceeded, when announcing the terms of the neb r Loan, "have not been lost. By their progress in vocational training, in busi nes., on the land, and in ordinary civil employment, the expenditure on the dig gen constitutes a sound invesiment for ...
Our Hastings Letter Returned Soldiers Hold Smoke Social [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
Our Hastings Letter Returned Soldiers Hold Smoke -Social was given to its members on Satur day 'night,'23rd July, by the Hastinge Branch of the Returned Sailors' and Soldiers' Imperial League of Aus. tralia. After the toast of The King had been honored, the President, Mlr Russell, in proposing the League, made it clear to those present, the ?reat advantages to be derived by its members from the oerganisation if they would only stick together, attend the meetingsoregularly, and keep at heart the welfare and progrees of the League, which should.not be judgel by what it bad been, but by what they could make it. It weeas in 'their hands entirely, and in the future they ought to be"able to reply to tie query as to whether they were in "this Lodge, or that Society" by proudly caying "No, but we belong to the Returned Soldiers' League." Several toasts of varying impor' tance were honored, interspersed by itemsaof songs and. recitations, ably rendered by Messrs- Bryant, Josephs, Armstrong. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
YEOLDE ENGLlSHE Crumpets . " * ----*-- .,.M-A. 1WADE BY A. T. WALTERS BAY STREET BAKERY somni11ing0 GC0hlo HUBBY-'"I did enjoy my Lunch to-day, mJ dear. It was so nice and tasty."' WIF?B-"Of course. That was Lloyd's ."Cran leigh" Luncht Jn Sausage I The price has been reduced (again) 3d per lb.' '"The BACON we,had for breakfast this morning," m "'Js'siei.aigd':'"slthich you said-'was so mild and sweet, was also Lloyd's Sugar Cured. They " 'suply all the leadingstordsi.". ' '' " "`YOU may ad well have THE BEST; too I J. ,IOYD & SONS PTY LTD &lt; i Bacon Curers, "Cranlelgh," Fraukston. ' Come and Inspect the New PRODUCE HABDWAIE STORE at BALNARRIING THE Best Stoct Poods always on hand at the lowest rates, Meegitt's Famous Foods, arid Law'Somner's Tip Top Seeds. Motor. Oils, Farm Oils and Benzine. A large display; of'Gardening Tools, Kitchen: Utensils, Sporting A mmunition, and General Farming RequiSites to be'had at most reasonable prices. . Also Chaff, Bran, Pollard, ...
Our Langwarrin Letter [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
Our Langwarrin Letter Through thbo retieme?ut of Cr BerryI there will be two vacanclces to fill during the annual , muniipal elections ion August 25th. It seems a .pity that Cr Berry sbould have opposed Mr.H. F._ Grimlith. on. the occasion of .ex-Councillor Lloyd's retirement. 'Mr Griffith would have filled. his term. with.aoredit,.and. re tained it for our,end q, theTograpln Riding. As ,itls,throngh CrBerry's retirement ratepayers are running ariis?d withot sonccess, trying 'to induce someonenat this end to rep' resent them.-. Mr J. Nott-Marsh, Mr Griffith and Mr G, Upton have been approached, but without succesa It seems that we,.will.:be without:direot 'epresentatlon at the council table of the Cranhourne Shire. . At the State school there is new in attendance of 46 scholars, which is beyond the capaelty; of the "build ing to accommodate,"' The eahool vas erected .10yeais back' to'f provide for 35 scholars, which. eeemed an aeinple margin at the time !However, the dieatiot isgaln...
Protestants Hold Social [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
tProtestants Hold Social the Franketon brauch of the Vic torian Protestant Federation has been particularly energetic of late, and several ucceessful meetings have been hold under its auspices during the past month. On Monday night, 18th ult., there was a very large attendance at the Frauketon Hall, when a social, organised by the lady members took'place. _Cr. D. White, of , Mordialloo, presided, and the speaker for the occasion; was Rev. Geo. Judkins, referred to by :the Chairman, as one of the founders of the Federation, which is now one of the strongest orgnnisations iun the Southern Hemisphere. The Rov. Judkue, ,ou rising to :peakt, '. nc aorld n:, oarv iun. I He congratulated thbeladies on the thi? work they were doing. .'Helhopedtne Frankston nembers?were setting up a high ideal far the:fature, Last year had been the mosiest nessful year in the history of the Fdderetion, but they wanted to improve oven on that, so as to be able to speak of their membhrslii!,-lhy th hIundrerls ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
FRAINKSTON"' DAIRY FrakPiston'"Pure Milk Supply W. J. OATES Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well . known Dairy IFarm Castomers may confidently rely on the purity and Iigh-class SQulity of the milk supply. C3ws milked under strict personal aperviialon. Milk treated by latest scientific appliances, render ing oontamination Impossible. Agent for Clutterback's Baclkstone Oil Engines, Cliff & Bunting's Chafontters and Grain Crusbers. &o Simplex .H ilking Machines. Phone--37 BAY-st., Fran kston THE BAY VIEW HOTEL FRANKSTOIN. E.-J. PARKER, Licensee. 1EST OF WINES, SPIRITS AND ALES. Alcoct s Standard Billiard T.ble. Over the 20 Mile Radius. .Motor Cars for Hire Day or Night. STATE SAYINGS BANK OF. VICTORIA? .-The Farmers' Bank I Credit Foncier Loans on Special - Terms to Re Farm Properties. , turned Soldieres } Dependents, Red Cross & Two-Thirds of valuation Transport Workers 2000 at 6 per cent Three-Fourths of Valuation . up to. £2000 at l5 per cent. Repayable ov...
EDWARD OSBORNE LEADING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
EDWARD OSBORNE LEADING .... Second Association Medal '.. Edward Osborne (Frankston) '66 Len Spencer, Franksbon "48 Leslie Cole (Tyabb) 28 Charles Bond, Liingwarrin ''22 Sydney'Clarke, Sbmerville '19 Cecil Male, Langwarrin 18 Frank Matson, Frankston 18 "Snowvy" Thornell (Some) ville) 13 Robe t Storey (Tyabb') 'e -Fri-k1Mills, Franketon 5 -L.Morroiw, Tyabb "5 Arthur BatIber, Frankaton 4 Jack Doowra, Langwarrin 4 Dave Longmuir, Tyabb 4 Aubrey Bray, Franketon 3 Gordon A. Dugan, Franketon i8 Ebb Morrison (Somerville) t2 Araold Noble, Tyabb 2 eorge Patterson, Franketon. 2 Jack Romeo,' Hastingse Reginald Borley, Tyabb 1 Villiaia Bowe, Frankston .1 sLoelfe u?bqe, Franketon 1 George White, Somerville 1 TotalVotes to Date-652
The Pictures THE SERIAL—"BRIDE 13" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
The Pictures STle SERIAL-"BRIDE 13" The Frankston Pictures Co. Ltd, to meet the demands of its patrons, have decided to expand their activi. ties, ,and condnot- an .entertainment on.every Wednesday and Saturday eight. The'date'of the opening Wed. nesday night has not been definitely arranged, 'but the .management have already secured, that astonishingly successful serial, "'Bride 13," which Hoyt's recently featured. '_L', orial will consist of 15 episodes, and one episode, with supporting programme, will be presented every Wednesday. The titles of the eisodes are: "Snatched from the Altar" "The Pirate's Fangs" "The Craft :f Despair" "The Vulture's Prey'" "The Torture Chamber"' ."The Tarantu!a's.Trail" "Tongues of Flame" 'Entombed" . "Hurled from the Clouds's "The:.Cavern of Terror" •'Greyhounds of the Sea'l-: ...The Creeping Peril" "The Reef of Treachery,' "The Fiendleh Tribesmal'' "Thundering Vengeance" This serial was pronuc.d by the Fox Studios, and the leading roles.are plnyvd b...
Next Scotch Concert [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
Next Scotch Collert Mr Mlilner Macmaster, of the Franlkston Caledonian Society, has been fortunate in securing a partico larly attractive programme for next F..i,. v' concert. Those who at tended the Mordial.oo Thistle So ciety's last entertainment were loud in their praise of Mr Jock Thomson, a stalwa., baritone, who gives won derful renderings of Scotland's mattial songs. Mr Thomson will sing, and Miss Louie Dunn, said to be the cleverest of Victoria's lady hunmorists. 'willtreoite. Mr Goodman, who served his apprenticehsip with the Willliamson's, will give a 'cello solo, and it is hoped will at later cohoerts take part in ins; imental trios. Miss Holman is an established favorite, and her ch'...ning songs will be a feature of the evening. Mr Dodd is going to essay somethlng new in the way of pantomime, ntnd will also contribute a new lo,:il skit, Misses Jean Gray Bsd Agnes3 loCor nell will dance to the piping of Pipe Major MaLeod, and enthri:. -ill be delighted to hear that arran...
GOLD MEDALS VOTING REG COXALL LEADING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
GOLD MEDALS VOTING REG COXALL LEADING The following votes have been re ceived for the Gold Medal Contest. up to Thursday night : .... First Association .... Reg Coxall (Frankston) 58 Claude Barber (Somerville) 47 Theo Delaney (Somerville) 46 "Pompy" Davis (Carrum) 41 "Sncivy" Lewis (Frankston) 27 Donnie Knox (Hastings) 25 Ray Baxter (Frankston) 20 B. R. Fairnie, Frankston 20 Bill. Foster (Somerville) 8 Harry Golds (Mornington) 8 Norman Unthank.(Somorvllle) 8 Ron W. Stone (Somerville) 7 WVill Hutchinson (Somerville) 5 Will Johns, Frankston 5 Cyril Twining (Frankston) 5 John Daly, Frankston 5 Bric Gale IFrankaton) 5 Bill McComb (Frankston) 4 "Jolier" Cameron(Franklston) 3 3. Reddan (Naval Depot) 3 Ken Webb (Somerville) 3 Bill Carlson (Carrum) 2 Norman Deses (Frankston) 2 Prank- Kyne, Frankston 2 A. McArthur, Somerville 2 E. :lcCouville, Somerville 2 Colorado Peters, Carrum 2 Harry' Stryde, Carrlm 2 "Sandy" Bray (Frankston) 1 Hughie Carmichael, Hastings I Fred Davis (Carrum) 1 Gus Davo...
Some Carrum Topics Various Matters of Interest Tersely Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
Some Carrum Topics Various Matters of Interest Tersely Discussed The "Ugly Man" competition-a novel way of procnring funds for the Blind Appeal-is creating a deal of interest ni the Borough. It has, up to date, been very successful, and a fair amountof pash will be realised. The choice for our town fell on Cr. W. Stephens, but the choice seems to be against the name of the com petition, because he Is one of our G -L-M. The old saying-''Never judge a book by its cover'' applies in tbhis case. Perhaps at some future date a photo of Cr Stephens will be shown. Another of the competitors is Cr. Grove, M.L,A,, the Mayor. He is for the Chelsea enu. The competition closes the end of this month. Mr E. B. Giles is'proviug a very energetic secretary for this end. Progress is being shown in our Recreation ground. Mr Rowe is now well on with the work of levelling and top dressing and it is now almost certain that all will be ready fo.next season. I: is the intention of the trustees t'o fence the...
The People's Tribute [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921
iThe- People's ''ri bte xThe folloiding donations have been received it 'The :-Standird'! -Office for the. Guy Fund, whicii ihas been starited by thii residents of Franks tlrn as an act of practical :sympathy with? the parents+ if .little Jackie Guy, who wandered. to hisdeatli inoa store oni a recentingight: Mrs VV. P. Mason i'.. : 1?: 1 0 MriLN. . ther 10 6r .lrs Thning? . : 10 0, is Eicel.`.'al - " . Total Amsount £3 11 6 £23 7s 6d ia'nd ihed snie to the parenits?-.The nimes of the isbscrib ersetotihe' varioiis lists swill be pub lished 'nest-Issue '?lTisfsuernls'of little "+dk?y Guy took lilae on Saturday,' 'the remains ineiri' Inter'red. in 't h . Franksbon ceneter? ;'"?Rev. :J.T 3 roBride, -of Riihmoand, insisted b Rev .' Ang win, coriducted the service .at the graveside. Mr Gamble carried out the oniortury arrangements.