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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

HAVING SPARE PARTS WORRIES?- -= Momsen Bros. Chelsea Garage, Chelsea 153 CARRY. A COMPRE HENSIVE RANGE OF PARTS FOR ALL POPULAR i CARS AND TRUCKS . TRY OUR: SPARE' PARTS ?DEPARTMENT, FOR? ? COURTEOUS AND "'EFFICIENT ATTENTION'I " Good Stock of Tyres ' .24-Hours .Engine Change-', and' Accessories over. Service on Chevrolet. Ford, . International. SEWING MACHINE SERVICE DEPOT All types of sewing machines repaired. - 6 YOUNG ST., FRANKSTON Phone 494 Weekly visits throughoUt Peninsula ,- FENCING -5ft. PALINGS ERECTED Or Materials only. M. ROWSTON; , 61 FEWSTER RD.,- HAMPTON. XW3556. CHIROPODIST I MISS P. POWER D.S.I.S.P. London. P.S. P.C.. Via •For all foot complaints - Corns, Calleous, Bunions, Nail Affections, Papillomas, Etc: " 440 MELBOURNE ROAD, Visits Patients. FRANKSTON 642 : FRANKSTON MECHANICS' NLIBRARY nNew aidUTJp-to-r'ate Books Subscription - 10/- year; 2/6 quarter - - =.Free Reading Room - -OURS: '9.30 a.m. to :12.30 daily Saturdays, 9 a.m. to. 12 1WcCOMB' TRANSPORT. ME'-" ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRAY DOG MENACE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

STAI DtOG MEN AC1LE Stray dogs are becoming more and more a menace in Bay Street. All sorts of mongrels run in and out the shopping crowds, and more often than should be in and out of the shops. One of the worst spots is Wheeler's corner, where a large type of mongrel (wire terrier sort) has Iknocked down and in jured an elderly woman, and has snappedl at or bitten several women on recent dates. SThe stray, dog menace has be -come so-serious in Frankston thalt the Council Inust act, and .act quickly. Unattended strays should be u1ncerenioniously removed to safe keeping in batches, while it should be made an offence to bring' into the shopping area any- dog. that is not on a leash.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOWLS FRANKSTON CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

BOWLS FILn.INKSTOX CLUB I'The conunittee of .the Frank ston' Bowling Club visited Sor-. rento last Saturday for the open lag of the Sorrento green, and won their two games. Winning teams were:- - W. Elliott, C. Bell 3,'; H. Sloane 2, W. Bowes 1. Burnell, H. Stell 3, D. Carr 2, J. Akeroyd 1. The president (Mr. P. Heyman son) was unable to make the trip on account of illness. The ab senceof many sklipers on Satur day provided a unique opportunity for budding skippers. and' 'tliird men, most of whom hlad'.not had the opportunity of showing t eir prowess previously. The ; winning . rink was: -B. Storey, C. Pike 2, C. Willox. 1.'

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOMERVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

SOMER VILLE A xnew house in Jones Rd. being built for Mr. M." Paganoii is near ing completion. -.The building of. several ,new houses in the town is planned for the near, fpture. one beiig for Cr. K. H. "Webb. Mr." Joseph Unthankl has re turned liome, after spending seve ral- weeks in the Hastings Hospi tal. Mr; i Alan Thornell .is ~ecovering from: a painful accident icaused by a motor spray pump recently.!

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING ROUNDUP [?] Yacht Club [?]eeting [?]Committee Donates £100 To Club [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

POWTING r^ -' l " U nlli iLl il L I I fll l I otr~azj nunninununnnunusunuis ....m.m....a Yacht Club eting Committee Donates £100 To..Club annual meeting of the Frankston Yacht ,was attended on Friday night by 50 Ladies' Committee. of twelve members. presided and was, with other officials, term. The reports and balance sheet of progress, racing, and enjoyment, a sound financial position. imeetinl om the cheque e build mittee g the dances rything g sea od . Ii.. of the ort, and such a similar presen Sinking ee pre ), and to the anks), wife of to of mittee ttrick, e. e pro showed ements e Club d the luable rk boat ommo e re t work ucher. .at the teem atron, e, and chair lected pposi cerely honor e took lation y the welve able retary far as pull id the ere: arter. Wells. ucher. Pierre ttrick. Lane aghan, SJ. E. B. SAus R. N. Cole. junr., Sas comed essrs t the ans of quare r, by Ask. t the d be the "You pur. Dated by Sir Keithn Murdoch, was on view to club members. Opening Day. Opening D...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

-MEN'FONE GRAMMAR SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR BOYS NOW IN THE ,SIXTH GRADE OR. FORM II. 'ONE JUNIOR AND, ONE SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP Covering. Education to Matriculation ' Exam. 18th Nov. FOR DETAILS, APPPLY;TO BURSAR 4 To Stand- at ''Glen :Devon" -Stud, Werribee, Vic. "MOONDAREWA!' (I) ("Spearfelt"-"Barrimoon") * BAY OR BROWN HORSE,-1938 . - AN AUSTRALIAN BRED STALLION, WITH UNUSUALLY 4 STRONG FOUNDATIONS, OFFERING THE BEST BLOOD TO * . BREEDERS SEEKING, SPEED,. STAMINA AND SOUNDNESS - S So far, only five of?"'Moondarewa's" progeny have raced. 4"ACCORDIAN" has been placed twice" at Moonee Valley, and o once at Flemington, and in all his races has shown spedd. and stamina, whilst "GIPSY MOON" not only broke the Five ' Furlong Record at the Hbbart Cup Meeting, winnfig the SFuturity St Ikes, but also wol the Tasmanian Sires' Produce* Stakes, at Mowb:ay. - S -:-i:At the iecent trials at Epsorni and Caulfield, the "MOON DAREWA" . "FLORIST'" :filly; ."ROSY SIKY", won both- .heri . heats: . It is ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SELECTIONS FOR CAULFIELD (Parior to Acceptances). [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

SELECTIONS FOR CAULFIELD (Prior to Acceptances). - Debutante, Stakes. TRUE COURSE, or APRI COT (same stable) .. .. 1 MILL WHEEL .. . .. 2, PRINCESS MOIRA . . .. 3 Debutant Stakes. BEN LAW ........ .. 1 CHATEAU PRINCE .. .; 2 HELLESBURN ... . .. 3 Heubert Power Handicap.: CLEMENT .. . . ... 1 NILAM .. ... .. .... 2 RED FURY .. .. .. :'.. 3' Caulfield. Guineas. ST. COMEDY .. .. .. 1 ILLINGERRY .. ..2.. 2 BLACK'DON ..... :. 3` olo .Welter. VICEROY or MILE END'. (same stable). . .. 1 S-:BLANK; MUSIC .. :.. : . 2' KRITIRI--.,.. ... . . 3? .Toorak • Handicap. BEAU:GEM .. ..... .. 1 UNGAR .. ...... 2.... 2 CELLERMAN ... .... 3 BEST BETS: CLEMENT -- ST. COMEDY

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ATHENS CAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

ATHENS CAFE. At the Athens Cafe, ini Bay Street, Mr. "Jacky" Morris con ducts a modern Cafe` and-Ham burger. IMr. ;Morris is the leader of the district Greek :community, and has: proved-. himself. af: good cititen:'aid.helper f:'t fl rwothy- local

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Standard punters' and [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

.. _ mrnr~~~~~onmnrnmrmmmnmrmnmrimrnrmrmnimrmlmrlrmiunmmwnlmwniri puters' aitd BY: "PARKWOOD" .n USIUI U U I I1uu U I IUIItIIUYIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIniIIriIIUIIItIIII3IrrhUUIUUU Can" Beau Gem Win the Cup? Beau Gem lost favor for the Caulfield Cup when he failed in the ten furlongs Quality .Handi cap at Moonee Valley recently, but he regained lost prestige by his brilliant all-the-way win in the Underwood Stakes at Caul field on Show Day. Whether he cian win the Cup or not remains tb be seen, but if you fancy him it will be reassuring to know that his trainer (George Jesser) and jockey, Bill Cook, are very cbnfident. * Jesser contends that Beau Gem would have gone very close to winning last year's Cup had not .heavy tracks hampered the chest nut's preparation. He never has liked: racing in soft going, and was withdrawn from the Toorak Handicap the week preceding the Cup because- the Caulfield track " v:as badly affected by ratin. ,Missing that race, was the cause of Beau Gem weakening at th...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAME'S, BAY STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

GAME'S, BAY -STREET. Situated at Bay, Sti'eet, Franks ton,; Game's ;is; considered by many to be the outstanding Morn ington "Peninsula drapers and outfitters. 'This business, which was' established many years ago, hasnrioved progressively with the times. -Stocks are up-to-date and of-modern:fashion; The proprietor and? his large staff are obliging and::courteous, and willing to ad vise and- assist shoppers.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOSKING, THE JEWELLER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

* HOSKING, THE JEWELLER The photograph appearing else where in this "Jubilee" issue is a section of the 7 workshop where Mir. Hosking :undertakes the re pair of' clocks, watches and jewel lery. Hosking's -staff are not merely men who work at the trade for a living; but men who take pride in:their.'microspochic,' art. Both, befoi'e "and after, cleaning, each watch is critically examined for wvear?, which::may ;ibe detrimental to the efficiency- of the watch. . Atter cleaning, it ~is oiled, ad justcd, and-placed on a test rack foi - a period considered neces-. sary. If a -faulty- part is found during its examination, the watch is: placed aside until'the customer consents to its replacement. At various times the part needed is replaced at the :expense of Mr. Hosking. It is :after this cleaning period that the individual watch maker, employed at Hosking's, views his work with pride. Not a particle :Of. dirt. anywhere; the highly polished:. watchplates gleaning against :the minute jewels...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARTHUR BROS.' DAIRY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

ARTHUR., BROS.'." DAIRY Finest quality milk is supplied by- Arthur's Central Dairy and ice Supply, .plus an efficient ice supply, service. Arthur Bros. are dairymen possessed of experience extending over many years. They h'ave made extensive improve ments to their plant, and have built spacious and modern. brick a'dditions to their. dairy, which can be described as. one of the most up-to-date outside the met ropolitan area.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRANKSTON JUNIOR LIBRARY [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

RH ANKSTON: IUNIO - IBRARY; A lmost incredible,- wtere .it' not all sd6' ti?ue- would be theiamaz ing develbpSment .of the Franks ton.; 'Jiunior,;<Library .:rand Craft Centre. fromii; its humble begin-' ning ini March,. 1946, when it ,v\as; founded.by -Mrs. .E.. Mosei, ,wlth. her .own..child as first member. It :?as= since. grown to a thriving drganisation which, sin .Septem-. lier;?1949 .had a rmembership roll ,of 1542, and an average book 'ex change: of..nearly .400 .weekly, or 156,257diring the .last '.twelve monith:The.. Franikstonri Jiinior Library today is recognised ..as one of. the .finest in the Comnmon wealth, -and has even 'attracted inquiries.from London and- over seas. i Office-bearers' are:: Mrs. Hurst ,(president), Miss J. B. McDonald (secretary), Mrsr..Collins (treas urer) ;? committees .the president,. and 'Mesdames L.. Robinson, Col lins,' G-C. 4Harvey, R;' Wilson;,:D Mirans. M.iFletcher; M. C~ Toma?? setti, K: Mather and K..; Brown (the . tw'o 'latter a...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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The Dog "Crib" FRANKSTON'S CANINE WONDER [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

Tile Dog "Crib" FRANKSTON'S CANINE WONDER A.border collie dog w?ho "does everything but talk," who un derstands every word spoken to him, who opens and closes gates, and fastens and unfastens high gate catches, - and .-does . many other remarkable thinrgs, was dis covered Unexpectedly by .a "Standard" ,representative, after. ihterviewing Mr. John MlIlroy at his' home, 19 Beach Street, F,rankston, regaidin'g gold mines. Crib, who was three years old on September 2, is a big, hand some, intelligent dog, who 'came from the Camperdo3w4n district. His emate, ;Bonnie, is 'four years old. The. pair have ..produiced five valiiable pups which their :owner :markets at £3/3/ for males ,and £2/2,/. for bitches. -. ' "Crib, .the :-Wonder Dog," who appears:: to. be: able to. :'do every thing :else but talk :aand read -" The Standard" :.(we 'have -rot .:-tried him on that till this story' appears in print),:.has sii ed .three succes sive litters of.pups? each. of eight: pups..l, and :each :consist...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

OCLEAN and Dry Cleaners STREET? HAMPTON G Phone: XW2439 ll ,but oi a good tailorI O ewmY clothing, can renew yours" ASIE & "C O. Gestlemen's Tailo's inda Dress Clothes aene AUSTRALIAN an EN . GLISH Material to renew from p years' experience -in. Class Trade H s, FRANKSTON Phone 860 RCER Y OF QUALITY e for Men. AND FRANKSTON. STER DRY CLEANERS Y SERV IC E '::i FIBROUS PLASTER R UFACTURING CO.-. RNICES AND PANELS:S MEDIATE DELIVERY i Sheets Available) . . .: CT OUR STOCKS -- . STREET, BALACLAVA :?; ONE: LF 1933 ': . RING TYABB 262 for .: PANEL BEATING "IAND: DUCOING - HOODS -BOWS-?= 't, --UPHOLSTERY-; CAR SALES IN CARS, TRUCKS; UTIL:TIES EW MOTOR CYCLE froin us, mention E Pillion Seat and Foot .Rests; Regis 'umber Plates Fitted, Petrol anid.Oil,.: oaths' Free S'ervice. District Agents for Maatchless;:' S B.S.A., SunbeamA:A .J 'S;;.-,i ArIdl STriumph, Velocette, ' Francls Barnett. Dist: ibutorsi of Jawa and: Ogar CASH ' . TERMS 'TRADE IN. .S.A. 150 M.P.G. - s36 Deposit BROS. MO...

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CORRESPONDENCE PETROL SHORTAGES (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

CORRESPONDENCE ,(To ,; h--: . Editor); a. Sir, It .is-but fair.to appreciate, the servicesi ofr arll; thie .Iirankston garagesii a their task,:of .dist iibut ing ~v1iat supplies of' jpettlolg ithey have h?ad at ,thelr disposal,;:",,,: . - `i, Some t, aerss have not ,ueen a a fortuniatgi as: others:: in: receiving _laarge; quootas of petrol;: but tLcan say-L.witl ut .hesitation ;that - a'liiif supplies they* hiie Ihad . liave.: not been ,£dished "out'; findiscrinil natel1y, and that .doctors,. and tradspaieeople: j]av.e been ~. " given priority. r ", S-hy some traders receive lai ge quotas than -otheirs is-.not, under stood; and :perhaps, after all, :the faireat means .will be thelieintro duction, ,of Petrol Coupons, no mhatter how we loathe theni. - The coupon system entails d?iuch more work for us,-,and: our: Trad ers' Association has fougit.- igor-. ously to. avert same' being:?:ien 'trodmdied; buit we Ilooki forward to: the day: When we shill'be ableo to eceive. unlimited : pples...

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Standard News' Social Club [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

Standard News' Social Club Standard. Newspapers' em ployees early this year establish ed a Social Club, with George Allen as president, Merle Smith as hon. secretary, and Albert Wood as treasurer. Theatre par ties, dances, picnics and ice skat ing have' been_.njioycd, and these gatherings, at which.. dirccturs and employees meet on a com mon ground, do much to promote and extend that spirit-` o6f goodwill which has always exist ed between management arid staff. The Directors have given every encouragement to. this Club.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

CONGRATULATIONS to -the "Frankston Standard" S'The National Bank gladly takes this oppor -tunity: of congratulating "The Frankston Standard" dn completing Go' y.ars .'of successful service in the interests of the - Frankston district and trusts that greater success will follow in the years to come.: The Bank's association .with the district commenced in 92zz with the opening of its Franklt6n branch, since when it has assisted every form of local enterprise and activity. For friendly and efficient banking service based on expert knowledge .of local con ditions consult our Frankston manager.: ,he will'be pleased to help you. The` NATI:ONAL: BA NK? : of Australasia Limite. (Ituorporaled an Vactorra) *1! V · 01 K'c,. ~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

-. -.. -. . The Editor ' . Standard Newspapers,' - Pty. Ltd.,; Dear Sirsi. On behalf of the Lang ivarrin and' District Pro gross Association, I wish? to extend' to you sincere congratulations . upon .t-le. attainment of your .Dia-' inond Jubilee. :Your newspaper through out its .entire coverage, has at all. times served. with distinction, and it is regarded; throughout Vic toria as. one'of the leading papers in the field 'f pro vincial 'arid suburban ' •journalism. Doubtless the projected Jubilee Number will be' acclaimed with' keen interest;.and .appre-.. ciation.. The progressive - and ; broad-minded policy of your paper is freely, comrn..: mented upon, . and .you.ri enterprise in :pioneering many causes has been in struiental :in,,enabling af :fairs- 'especially on the F Peninsula and its enviions .:to foxre'ahead. -. Wishing ' you continued success. Yours faithfully, LANGWARRIN AND . DISTRICT PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. - J. V. Edwards (Mrs.) ·: · ., .. Hon,. Sec.v., : JENKINS' -Radio...

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ACCIDENT VICTIM IN HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

ACCIDENT VICTIM IN HOSPIT.AL ' •As the: result of an accident. durini -the week?end. Mr. G. Horas nell, 51, of Raymond Ave. Frank ston, is in the Communit' Hospi. tal su~ffering from severe, but not serious, inJrLe,,: i

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