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The Week's Epitome Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921

The Week's Epitome Newsy Notes from All Parts of the ,eninsula Miss McFarlane, who has been sp. pointed to take charge of the Hume Creek 'State School, was, prior to her departure, entertained at a soc ial by members of St Paul's, and was presented with a wallet and £13 in notes. She has been succeeded at Frankston by Miss Cunningham. ?: Mr Mark Brody reports that the following rainfall has been registered at Frankaton:-June, 1.69 points July, 3.56 ; total for past 7 months, 16.41. If may be mentioned that the tides are the highest since 1893. The past week is believed to have been the coldest since 1899. Over 100 points fell at Hastings on Wed nesday last. The death is announced of Mr Mark Young, who for many years was identified with the Frankston district. He came to Victoria ip 1858, and, with the exception of a short residence in New Zealand, spent his early s. ys in Ballarat.' In 1878, he removed to Melbourne, and thence to the Mornington Peninsula, where he displayed 'great i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921

A REiGULAR - BRISBANE SHIPPER Who this season has shipped his first consignment to our firm, writes thus:-"Consider me one of your clients 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 frcm 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 Brisbane Means Better Prices if you are a regular shipper. We know you're not in the fruit growing industry for comedy, so why play with markets as though groping in the dark with bandaged eyes for payable prices for your fruit? Let us assist you in the matter. By looking after you...

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The Elections [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921

The Elections The State electionswill,take place on Tuesday, A. ugust 30th. Mr Alfred Downward, M. LA -. will he the Farmer's Party candidate for the \tornliulgton seat. "The Age," considers that the tlintisterial candidate will stand a rea?rsnally good -chance of tlefeatiug IMr Do',wnwnrd on this occasion. There are 15,536 voters for the Morninigton electoratc-7.989 males and 7,5.17 females. It is belioved that Mr A. K. T. Santhell, Engineer to the shires of Fral;t'nlston I-astings andti Phillip Island do Woll:imai, will stand in the Nationalist interests. Last night the Franksaton andl Somerville brauelou of the Natiotnl Federation unaanimously decided to asak Mtr A K. T. Samboll to contest the Mornington oleotion against Mr Downward. Mr W. S. Cook, the well-known solicitor, has been endorsed as the Nationa'ist candidate. Mr Cook re sides at Mlornington. MIr James Gricc has been aIl pliit ed returning officer, and h"r Mar'k Brody doputy. Mr A. T. Leadhbetter, of Clyde, ane definit...

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Football Reminiscences The Peninsula's Past Champions Recalled [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 5 August 1921

SFootball Reminiscences | The Peninsula's Past Champions Recalled In 1912 Hastings were premiers once more-gluttons,. for premier ships, evidently. Len Incigneri was in charge. Somerville shook them up early .in the season-in actual fact Hastin3s .only won by twvo points-but Hastings pulled them selves together, and almost suc ceeded in going through the season andefeated.i They had beaten Frank ston by 40 points. Somerville, the second time, by 37 points, Frankston by 46 points, but in the semi-final Frankston won by a solitay point. Jaek Norden umpired the match. In the first semi-final Morningtos heat Somerville by 14 points, while In the final Frankston beat Morn lngton by 10 points. In the grand innal Hastings beat Frankaton by 8 points. HARRY GOLDS ENTERS. Mornington were then captained by Billy Golds, but their three best were Harry Golds (now in business at Frankston), George Wilson and Jack Mchrthur, Harry Booth having gone to St. Kilda. In.the first match he had with Pitzr...

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EDWARD OSBORNE LEADING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

EDWARD OSBORNE LEADING .... Second Association Medal .. Edward Osborne (Frankston) 82 Len Spencer, Franketon 70 LesalieCole "(Tyabb) 86 Sydney Clarke, Somerville 28 Charles Bond, Laogwarrin -26 Cecil Male, Langwarrin • .21 "Snowy" Thornell (Somerville) .16 Frank Matson, Frankston 17 Wilfred Bowe, Frankston 8 Aabrey BrJy, Frankston '7 Robert'Storey (Tyabb) 6 Frank Mills, Frankaton L. Morrow; Tyabb . Arthur Ba'ber, Franketon . 4 Jack Docwra, Langwarrin .4 Dave Longmuir, Tyabb 4 Keith Tait, Frankston 4 Gordon A. Dugan, Frankston 3 Leslie Hughes, Frankston 2 Rob Morrison (Somea ville) 2 Arnold Noble, Tyabb 2 George Patterson, Franketon 2 Jack Riido, 'Hastings 2 Clifford Van, Tyabb 2 Reginald Borley, Tyabb 1 Reg Ritchie, Mornington 1 George White, Somerville 1 Total Votes to Date--182

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GOLD MEDALS VOTING REG COXALL LEADING [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

GOLD MEDALS VOTING REG COXALL LEADING The following votes have been re ceived for the Gold Medal Contest up'to Thursr!ay"night': ..:.'First Association.... Reg Cokall (Frankston)... 69 Theo Delaney (Sorderville) 65 "Pompy" Davis (Carrum) 59 Claude Barber (Somerville)' 57 "Snowy" Lewis (Frinksten) .37 Ray Baxter (Frankston) 5 Donnie Knox (Hastings) 25 B. R. Pairnie, Frankston 20 Jobn Daly, Frankston - 16 Bill Foster (Somerville) 8 Harry Golds, (Mornington) 8 Norman Unthank (Somerville). 8 Ron W. Stone (Somerville) . 7 Will Hutchinson '(Sonierville) '5 Will Jiohns, Fraukston 5 Cyril Twining (Frankston) 5 1ie-Gale Fraklistor) ; 5 Rill McCornb (Prankston) 4: "Joker" Cameron (Frankston) 3 J. Reddan '(Naval Depot) . 3 Ken Webb (Somerville) 3 Bill Carlson (Carrum) 2 Norman Dess (Frankston) 2. Prank" Kyno, Frankston . 2 A. McArthur, Somerville ' 2 E. McConville, Somerville 2 Bert McCulloch (Frankston) - 2 Colorado Peters,- Carrum 2 Harry Strydo, Carrum 2 "Sandy" Bray (Frankston) 1 Jughle Ca...

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The Umpire's Whistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

The Umpire'sWhistle Newsy Notes about the Game and Its Players NAME FIEST ASSOCIATION Carruin 11 10 1 0 44 40 Somerville 11 9 2 0 44 36 Morningt'n 11 7 4 0 44 24 Hastings 11 5 6 0 44 20 Frankston 12 5 7 0 48 20 Dromana 11 2 9 0 44 8 Naval Dept 11 2 9 0 44 8 SECOND ASSOCIATION Tyabb 12 10 2 0 48 40 Mooroodue 12 8 8 1 48 36 Frankston 12 6 6 0 48 24 Hastings 12 6 6 0 48 24 Mornington12 5 6" 1 48 22 Langwarrin 12 3 7 2 48 16 Somerville 12 2 10 0. 48 8

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Cr. Wells on Public Works [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

Cr. Weils on Public Wororks Cr Wells, at last week's council meeting, had a long litt of grievances which he proceeded to ventilate it, vigorous style. He referred to the, new brick shop 'recently erected opposile the Prankston railway etation, and said he considercd thil owner, Mr Farmer, had been penal ised by being compelled to provide a cointer-leaved verandah ; this, added to the fact that Mr Farmer had been prohlblted from erecting a sleei-ontt at the rear of his shop, constituted, in Cr. Wells opinion, a great-'in-' justice. jhe engineer said be was simply giving effect to the council's build ing regulations. Mr Farmer had been 'given permission 'to erect a lock-up shop' 'on' land 20 x'90, and the erection of a tent at the baclkof the shop for living purposes, over rode the council's by-law. The Health Act supported' the 'policy of the counoil. Mr Farmer had.been. iforimed that if :he applied to the. coioil' he would probably be granted a permit'to '"uee the sleep out until; ...

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Second Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

Seconil Association The Second Associatin starts its flna s .to9rrw, . when Moor codue 1dIgti etwill meet at Mtornin and Franka ton meet.at omerville on Aug KTyabb defdated Frankaton last side owa f ? -nv n being without- . .t ?cer-9iremr t?6"?IlE ýOabmt1 ° B a &o,

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First Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

First Associatioq The last of the home and home i matches will be played tomorrow. Carrum and Somerville.will meet at Somerville, and in .the event of Somerville winning, the min or .premiershipi will have to be decided on the percentages. Mornington goes to Dromana, who, with Naval Base,. are defin itely out of the finals, whilst the Base plays at Hastings. If Ii~sth ings lose-and it is difficult to see how they can be defeated Hastings and Frankston will be still level in points, and the per centages will decide who is to have fourth place. Victory by Hastings, however, puts Franks ton definitely out. With Smitho, Bray, Twining and Bert McCulloch absent last Saturday, Frankston had trouble in placing a team against Drom ana. After an even contest for a time, however, 'Frankston drew away, and won by 10.9 to 4.8, scoring 4.9 to 3 points in the last quarter. Hunting umpired very erratically, though fair 'to both sides. Frankston's nine best ap peared to be Daly, Fairnie, -Bax ter, G...

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A RALLY CALL PREMIER'S APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

A .RALLY CALL ?"PREMIER'S' APPEAL. The Premier (Mr. Lawson) has issued the following appeal:- "I earnestly appeal to all electors who believe in stability of govern ment, economy and efficiency to assist in the forthcoming election. The present crisis offers an opportunity to all to help. There is an insistent -call to everybody\for public service. If every elector (however small his or her opportunities may be) who is in sympathy with our policy will feel a personal obligation to work, I have no fear of the result. "Many elections are decided against thte wish of the majority because some electors are apathetic. I appeal per sonally to all who desire continuity of policy and sound responsible government to do their duty to their country in this crisis. Minor and sectional issues must be ignored. This Government offers a broad Liberal policy to the people-a policy framed in the interests of the people. as a whole. "The financial credit of the State may depend upon the issue of this ...

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GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

GENERAL NOTES. Mr W. H. Everard, M.L.A, the Ministerial candidate for the Evelyn seat, is a native of Mornington. Mr M. B. Wettenhall, M.L.A, who contests the Lowan seat in the Far mer's interests, is a brother to Cr Wettenhall, President of the Flin ders and Kangerong Shire.

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SEAFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

The onew ohool is nearing non - pletion. and great headway i bceing made with the electrical sub stntioun, a feature in the . onstruction of whloh is the holist 9Ot high. - This tower will be uiliped to convey . the concryte no eans o f obntes "to every ooruer c the buiding' ,tmpus eeia ,p great amoauti of tiwme sad labor. _

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

CORRESPONDENCE. Publio Health Department, wrote' requiring the council 'to observe sec tlor. 33 of the Health Act. -The mat ter was referred to -Health Omffler. W. J. Baker, Tyabb, offering to do 5 chains forming and gravelling at Thornell's flill and 68 yards grarell ug for £25 12s Od.-Crs Longmuir and Murray moved that offer be ac cepted. T. W. Cotton, Seaford, Complain nog of defective water ways caused by obstruction-in thelKananook Creek.. -Crs Howell and Armstrong nio veddthst the obstruction be removed. J: J. Lawrence, "Carram Downs,' drawing attention to repairs necess ary to the .Dauldenong and Franketori road at intersection of Carrum Vale Road.-Crs Howell and Arqastrong moved that the matter .be left to the Seaford councillors. -. . Frankston Bowling Club, request Council to pay expenees incurred by club after council bad given per mission to. use site on foreshore Crs.Oates and Wells, That the Qlub be informed. that the- Council-cannot accede to, request. W'. Wilsono, as...

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Settlers and Bad Roads One "Pays £150 Rates and Sees Nothing for It." [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

Settlers andBad Roads i One "Pays £150 Rates and Sees Nothing for It. At the last meeting of the Shire Councll, a deputation, consisting of Messrs Kraeger, Irwin and Martin, was introduacd by Cr Howell, asking for improvements to Wells Road, as about four miles of the road was in a deplorable state. Cr Howell urged that an effort should be made to have it taken over as a developmental road. Mr; Kraeger said he pal. £150 i rates every year, asid saw nothing for it. If the Developmental Roans Board would not take over the road, the 3cunnil should do something- even iI they only improved a small section very year. Mr Irwin eauggested that the im rovement, of, Wells Road woaldre lieve the traffic on Point Nepean Road, whilst Mr Kraeger stated that he was prepared to give three acree to effect a connection with the Carrum Downs Road. Cr. Armstrong strongly supported the. deputation. saying.the Engineer had a good .case to urge before the Developmental Road. The Engineer admitted the depa...

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Carrum Topics [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

Vax'run ?Topios About the sentence we gave as a puzzle last week, here is the answer-That that is, IS; that that is not, IS NOT ; is not that it ? It is. Very simple is it not. A lot of mysterious talk has been going on in the town during the past week. There has been sec ret meetings and goodness knows what has occurred. I have tried to find out in a quiet way but was only partly successful. Under the circumstances it cannot be devulgedat present. More will be heard in the future. We had a wedding here last Saturday the contracting parties being Miss Farrow, of Carrum and Mr Notley of Port Melbourne. Everything passed off satisfact ory. Cr Stephens acted as chair man at the festivities. The happy couple left for the City by 10 train on the same evening for a tour; A meeting of the ratepayer was called for on Saturday night. There was only a fair attendance present. Mr S. Spielvogel acted as chairman. The business was to consider the future of the Fire Brigade. After a good deal of ...

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NATIONAL POLICY. MR. LAWSON'S SPEECH, "Wild Cat" Extremism Condemned. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

NATIONAL POLICY. MR. LAWSON'.S SPEEC:H, " Wild Cat " Extremism Condemned. In a plain, straightforward speech at Castlcmaine on Monday night the Premier( '!r. 'Lawson) outlined . the -policy of tiheNational Ministry. 'The main points' of the speech are ap pended: The issues of the election are plain, but they'are vital. We stand, and.we are confident the electors of Victoria stand'for- . 1.' Trade in normal channels, as against trade conducted by 'the S State. 2' Stability of government, that is to say, the management of the affairs of Victoria by a Govern ment responsible to the whole people and clearly authorized by the majoriti' of the constituencies, 3. Parliamentary representatives of "' the peole as ' against pledged and fettered delegates of classes, and 4. Safe, crreful, and yet progressive finsincial management, as against 'ine::perienced meddling and mud dling or "wild-cat" extremism; "The.Ministerial party, and not.the Farmers' Union <Party, is the real Covntry ...

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The Week's Epitome Newsy Notes from All Parts of the Peninsula [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

The Week's Epitome Newsy Notes from 1ll1 Parts of the ,'eninsula IS, - - ---- To-morrow night's programme at the Frankston Pictures will include Mitchell Lewis and Frit zie Brunette in Holman Day's story, "King Spruce," and Ann Luther in "Neglected Wives." The serial "Bride 13" will com mence its, screening on Wednes day, August 24th, when the sup porting features will be.Eileen Percy in "The Husband Hunter" and William Farnum in "Drag Harlan." The new villas erected at Som erville by Messrs Arthur Thornell and Bert Gomm are now comple ted, and are quite a credit to the builders and an ornament to the listrict. The death of 'Miss Rose Hannah Gould, daughter of Mr and Mrs T. M. Gould, Nolan St, Franks ton, took place at the Alfred Ho spital on Sunday last. The funer al took -place at Frankston on Tuesday, when the 'Rev. A. P. VcFarlane officiated at the grave side. The late Mr W. C. Bell, whose death occurred recently at Dun olly, was the fathei' of Mr Chna L. Bell, of Frankston.: Co...

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Our Somerville Letter Cr Murray Retires from the School Committee [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

Our R Somerville Letter Cr Murray Retires from the $chool Committee Somerville. August 3. The State School was the scene of a very pleasing function on Tuesday last, in connection with the retirement of Cr Chas Mur ray, J.P. as chairman of the lo cal School Committee, a position he had filled since its inception 11 years ago. The Head Teacher (Mr Uren) presided. The chil dren opened the proceedings by singing "The Land of Hope and Glory" very heartily. Mr Uren said-We are assembled here to day to do honor to Cr Murray, who has at-all times taken a keen interest in the children's wel fare. He has missed but three meetings during his term of of-' fice. All this has assuredly meant. a deal of sacrifice on his part, lut he-has always kept things on the move and helped to raise them to a high level. The lines of one of the great poets come. to mind here---. - "The beigtits by gireat uetioreaceed and kept, Were n'ot attained by Euddein llibt, But they, while their "companions slept, Were ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921

Establliiamhed 1888 G. E. ROGERS & SON (Late A.I.F.) Progressive Ironmongers Playne Street, Frankston Good Assortment Glassware arl! Crockery Cash Prices Terms Cash :PICTURES: Frankston Pictures Company Limited Saturday Night Wednesday, August 24 Mitchell Lewis in "King Marguerite Clayton in the Spruce." Supported by Miss serial "Bride 13." First epi Mignon Anderson- A story sode- "Snatched from the of the forests of Maine. Altar." Don't miss it ! Ann Luther in "Neglected William Farnum in "Drag Wives." A picture to see- Harlan" and Eileen Percy in and talk about. "The Husband Hunter." State Savings Bank of Victoria "TE FARMERS mNK" Credit Foqcier Loaqs on Farna Properties Two thirds of Valuation up to £2000 at 6 per cent, Repayable over 2'3, years £3 15s half yearly for each £10G S" Special Terms for Returned Soldiers °% Dependants, Red Cross and Transport Workers Three-fourths of Valuation up to £2000 at 55 per cent. Repayable over 301 years, £1 15s quarterly for each £100...

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