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LANGWARRIN RURAL FIRE BRIGADE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

LANGWARRIN kRURAL FIRE BRIGADE Members and.all interested are notified ;that, the next..meeting of Langwarrin FireoBrigade vwilll be held on Thursday, 13th October, at' 8 p.m., in their hall in Warran dyte :Road,;` - .

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

"Peerless" at the Pier WHERE YOU GET AS : I Hotel Service IN SMeals d& Liquors AS IS OBTAINABLE * 4. Anywhere * OUR MOTTO: SERVICE AND SATISFACTION BYRNE, BYRNE & GOODA PTY. LTD., Bay Street, Frankston. *HARDWARE SEE ** R. W. McDONALD , FOR ALL YOUR REQUIREMENTS * 4. GENERAL IRONMONGERY, S PAINTS, OILS, GARDEN TOOLS, DOMESTIC HARDWARE, * HOSE, CROCKERY, . .PRESSURE . COOKERS, -k4. * Also 24-HOUR SERVICE For Sharpening and Setting AXES, SAWS, SCISSORS, LAWN 'MOWERS ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS 4 4.... Sir~~~~~~C~~Sr~r C~c~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~4-4.~

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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Foundation and History of Frankston [?] Fire Brigade [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

Foundation and istry of Frank TwFire Brigade. (By N. C. Wadeson). Toward the close of the Eighteen Eighties the township of Frankston began to feel the need for an organised method of fire suppression, and to this end a meeting was called on the 25th of August, 1889. The energies of Mr. W. O'Grady, who was the power behind the movement, were successful, for at this meeting a company of fire-fighters was formed, and ofice bearers elected. Mr. J. ("Inky") Stephens became Captain, Mr. J. Laurissen Lieutenant, Mr. W. Marshall Foreman, and the Secretary was Mr. M. Brody. At a general meeting on the 16th October, 1889, the proposed rules were read and adopted. The Scompany was to be known as the Frankston Volunteer Fire Bri gade, with a strength of thirty men, and its objects were laid down to be "the extinction and prevention of the spread of fire and the preservation and protec tion of life and property,. by means of the apparatus] available for that purpose, and by the ex ertions of it...

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

3Mr. L One all manager, paper of a he was pow~ny puiitt paper, agero rouotil Ne, tad

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

S. & A. Bank services help you considered the advantages of a ? unt with the E. S. & A. Bank touch with the broad experience , their extensive knoiwledge and aped ability in financia.l iatters realises its success depiends on .of its customers, that is why... further their interests-to advise:, their financial affairs run inore o keep' their "valuables rimore,-' help them with - their tr'favel - s overseas. e some of the many advanrtages E S. & A customer, sb: if you ady'using a cheque account why our local Branch and discuss.the the Manager? You are assured fy welcome. , NGLISH, SCOTTISH RALIAN BANK L ,td.? (Incorporated in England) OONO 0 O Where Service is a Traditio'i" IT'S A ily Jubilee" CHILDREN OF FRANKSTON AT I CORN1ER CK SHOP site Frankston State School).. UNCHES OUR SPECIALTY, 9d. & i/ NFECTIONERY . ICE CREAM COOL DRINKS STOCKS OF GROCERIES JUST OFF THE PRESS! "EUROPE and ARMAGEDDON" This arresting book is full of vital information conc'erni...

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Prominent Frankston People [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

prominent nlkston People kES ollector) rIN per) SERGEANT SLOANE MR. A. M. EADIE CR. W. J. KLAUER LADy MABEL BROOKES CR. FOWLER MR. G. C. PENTLAND (Shire Secretary) MR. LEO.. COLLINS MRS. BETTY TAYLOR CR. FRANK WELLS MR. W. P. MASON

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BAY STREET, FRANKSTON, OVER 30 YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

BAY STREET, FRANKSTON, OVER 30 YEARS Ann

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THE RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

THE RED CIOS This Jubilee number of "The Standard" would be incomplete if reference were not made to one of the finest roganisations that the Peninsula ever had - the Frankston and Hastings Branch of the 'Red Cross Society which did such a really magnifi cent job during the 1939-45 war, raising £26,000 cash during that period, as well as doing splendid work in -other directions. We know of no branch of this great Society which did a better job than Frankston. It was an in spiration to attend Red Cross Rooms, to see the many women who had re-organised their own housewife duties so that each day they could devote hours to the cause. Many women did great work, and it is perhaps dangerous to mention names, because someone is bound o overlookej However, feel that tu are a fr must be r tioned In pric place T Standa1 places hanl jorie E v Pearse who in and day for a peas years, de most of he to her dade honararyse A lady of t ity, wiLtb andone ad coat and Is them, her to all on th jorie Pe...

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

Grand Day . 'Standard'! IT'S ALWAYS A ND DAY At the . AND1 TORIC, PIONEER HOTEL, WHIERE E TO THE COMMUNITY HAS. ST OF NEARLY 100 YEARS. AR "INN" MIND ad Hotel II Meals and Festive Delight. 4. , .$. 4.~~CCtr~~ccc~r~~~~S~ WIIll Ih t, ? l .Bla I Ua t U I H Il I I I Ill I 1 I I IIII I ,I,. I I WIIMilt iB - M. EADIE Anniversary Specials r Bargains Offered to Mark of Service to the Community INES WILL BE ON DISPLAY IN THE WINDOW, BUT AMPLE ARE AVAILABLE.-CASH AT COUNTER ONLY. SCOAT 45/ TROUSERS 30/ CHED & FASHION SHIRTS 12/6 OATS 59/11 S, Sizes 6G, 7, 7-, & 7-- 10/- . ON, S.Sleeved Singlets, 7/11 SWOOL, ASSORTED /11 - A - ARGE SELECTION 4/11 ES, ASSORTED COLOURS 3/11 ASSORTED 1/6 WORK TROUSERS 16/11 SASSORTED 6/11 BER JACKETS 50/ SSUITS, Navy and. TROUSER MELANGE 65/ D OVERCOATS I .45/ . THS' KHAKI KNICKERS 2/11 " THS' POLO SHIRTS NICKERS OL Sleeveless Pullover,; STHANKS FOR YOURL, L SUPPORT OVER THE tP'AST RS. WE HAVE TRID TO DESERVE T DIE, 587 BayStreet, Frankston PMIER ...

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

(Lato Peninsula Motors--Body Division) Frankston Motor Body Works PANEL BEATING AND GUARD REPAIRS THE ARISTOCRAT VAN OF THE ROAD The bodywork of this vehicle was wholly designed and constructed in Frankston by Frankston Body Works. It is * designed to carry a hanging load of 7000 lbs., is dustroof, owners are happy to recommend us to MAKE YOUR CAR AN ARISTOCRAT TOO ! ,* ALL CORRESPONDENCE TO S. W. FISHER ORRONG AVENUE, FRANKSTON * 4r?4?4?,?4?4?4?4?4??4?4?.? No other gift rates* like a Waterman's... Waterman' 575... W'caterman's 502... Wxaterman's. 515... Waterman's P5S.. 'aterman's 512... a luxury pen in a pen gives your combines good sleek,trim andpre. allm, beautiful new streamlined customers eery looks with Writing cicionncdencU, i t, quality in executive.type nib and toraga apace for aat ar wolten --eatures a Lock. plain IRed, Blue colours. Grey, Jet colours to matcah Brown, Blue, Grey, umaaSlip (no thread) and Creenwithdur. Black, Blue, led, the .15 en o , Green. Sells for "' S...

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

COWAN SONS LTD. INS STREET, MELBOURNE SMAKERS AND ' ESALE. STATIONERS • * . . . * . : : ' " ' * i " . [R MANY CUSTOMERS IN N AND DISTRICT IN WISHING THE STON S T AN D ARD " RE YEARS OF SUCCESS on&Gotch lustralasia) LTD. ESALE NEWSAGENTS lND STATIONERS INS STREET, MELBOURNE GRATULATIONS TO THE TON STANDARD,,i, ;' OCCASION OFIrS ANNIVERSARY e ' "Theie. Standard is Particularly h " -b - Sr h ? and?rd is particularly happy to be able to publish this article covering the early. yeoars of the paper, written by a man, who was one of the original share holders, Mr H. G. Overton, of Somerville. Mr. Overton, despite the weight of years, is hale and hearty, and keenly interested in many public activities of his district. "The ,Standard?? is particularly fortunate that a link with the foundation of this paper in 1889 remains intact. We thank Mr. Overton for his great kindness in .writing the article published' below.

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

This is a facsimile obfthe original piospectus issue formation of Standard Company was planned in 1889. copy .was recently presented to Standard Newspapers Pty. Harry Overton, and now hangs on the wall of the Editor's Cheltenham. A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, Printed a d:1Publishbd at Franksto0 IN.THE INTEREST OF-THE COUNTY OF MORNINGTON. THE FTRST ISSUE WILL APPEAR ON SATURDAy, OCT. 5, 1889. S HE districts which: the MORNINGTON STANDARD is intended to represent are very important wones, and have nowv:advanced to that s?tate: iltere a live lrepresentative journal is required to advocate their further development:. Towards ; compassing that end the proprietary trusts to meet with a cordial and stausich support from residents and business peofle swithin the County of Mornington. t..1 It will be the aim ,of the STANDARD to carefhlly. ,watch the interests of the whole community, and whenever and wherever; withinl the area of. its- circulation, a public grievance exists, to make it known. and ende...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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"STANDARD" STAFF, 5th OCTOBER, 1949 [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

"STANDARD"iSTAFF, 5th OCTOBER, 1949 SBACK ROW (from left). - T. MANIE, R. WOOLLEY, F. HANNAN, B. HILL, A. SHEPPARD, M. SMITH, J. MATTERS, K. WALKER, 0. H. OCTIGAN, G. ALLEN, S. REVELL, P. MORRISSEY, J. HILL, G. ROLFE. CENTRE (standing). - MRS. ELLINGSEN, MISS CLARKE, PAT STOKES, HAZEL ECCLESTON. NANCY McLACIILAN, DOT SWEET? PAT ALLSOP, MRS. ENDEAN, MISS DREW, TESS. O'BRIEN, LILA BREW, LORNA McKENZIE, R. ROBERTSON, DOREEN SEATED. - A. LUDFORD, T. YOUNG, A. WOOD, S. T. POWNE, D. BOWMAN, E. J. TRAIT, J. L. PRATT, C. B. 'PENROSE, J.BE0 L. V. MUDGE. IN FRONT. - R. LAWLER, W. LENG, A. BARRETT, E. MORGAN, "R. SWEEISER, R. GAINS, J. KELLY. ABSENT. - MRS. A. M. YOUNG, "RUTH," "FIRST NIGHTER," "SLAPPER," "KARDUS," MR. J. FIELD, BETTE BURN, L. Wi

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Frankston Community Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

Frankston Community Hospital Russell .Lovell once said, "To change and change is life, to move and never rest." This is true of trees, flowers, as well as animals and human beings. It is also true of cities and towns of nations and countries. It is also true that if we do not go forward, we shall go back, and we cannot remain static. This is all true of Frankston. Change there has been, change Which meant progress towards virileO self-contained, self-reliant municipality, and in 1934 a move forward was made when a com mittee was formed to explore the possibilities of erecting a Bush Nursing Hospital of 20 beds. As time went on, and the committee pushed forward its investigations, it was seen that a more complete hospital service was needed for Frankston and district, and on the 8th July, 1936, it was finally decided to establish a Commun ity Hospital to provide for Public as well' and Private and Inter mediate patients. During the next four years, an energetic committee, supported b...

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

Always A.1. at LOYD'S - FRANKSTON ' pTo ur Famous Slogan of 60 years : Stanl Alone For Quality and: Flavour red Bacon Boneless Rolled Cooked Ham Epping Sausages Pork Stras, Etc etc, your Suppliers For Lloyd's: Cranleigh Goods r ding Shopkeepers recommend `these Reliable Lines , A.1 at LLOYDS, Frankston ý.4 'N. "STR- y4. ,r r'. I y MELBOURNE, C. dc congratulations to L' r., "The Stan arid d. celebration o it Si ieth Bihday $ . '+-, , y,+,T?:+ .'f 5:,++ ,{: +';'+ ;i#>f;..+?+-tV,,' +, ::,~ I Good Wishes from "The Post" ."Post" Newspapers Pty. Ltd. extend their warmest congratulations to Stand ard Newspapers Pty. Ltd. on the attainment of their Diamond Jubilee.. Though we are rival concerns, our relationships have been harmonious and amicable. Standard Newspapers have main tained a high reputation for initegrity and played their part nobly in the advancement and welfare of the bayside districts. The proprietors and members of our staff join in all good wishes that Standard Newspapers...

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AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

AN ACKNOWLEDGMENT The Editor wishes to ac knowledge the assistance given-in the preparation of this Diamond Jubilee Number by those who ivery generously contribut ed appropriate articles; C. H. Taylor Pty. Ltd. (who prepared the blocks), Mr. Gordon Lindsay (for many of the pictures), Mr. Ron Daley (for pictures taken in the past, which we Shave used again in this issue), Mr. Les Mudge, for ihis part in the publica tion; the.staff of the print ing works, particularly Mr. Albert Wood, com positor, who laid out. each of the 56 pages himself a colossal job, well done; and advertisers who gave splendid support to this birthday issue - in fact, .to everyone -- the Editor tenders his grateful thanks.

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FRANKSTON'S GRAND OLD [?] [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

FRANKSTON'S GRAND OLDI MISS AGNES McCOMB (84) and MWS No history of Frankston would Deconmpa and career of Frankston's "Grand Od oldest woman resident, Mrs Jannet POMa Store, Melbourne Road. Mrs. Pownall,ah birthday on Thursday last, is a daughter do Ritchie, founder of Ritchies' Stores, years Mrs. Pownall has also conducted an ness. Her general popularity and honorale of which she can well feel proud. S She has always been a great helper in all activities connected with the Frankston SSinqe. 1870, Mrs. Pownall has owned Bay Bay Street; Frankston, and has recenUly portant renovations. About three years ?? the two cottages at the rear of thesepra5!, Sdry..for £2000 cash. Mrs. Pownall's Christian name is5 two N's; the only other occasion she ?, the title of an old song - "Jannet's C CR. J. E. GRICE AT OPENING OF

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

"THE APPLE OF EVERYONE'S EYE"I IN FRANKSTON IS .RUSSO BROS. FRESH DAILY STOCKS OF I CHOICEST FRUIT & VEGIES Specialising in Only One Quality-=The Best; A:' And Our Popular 'Prices- Always -Right. . 548 BAY: ST., FRANKSTON T T EADIE PTY. LTD. _61 A'BECKETT STREET, MELBOURNE! ' Phones:` FJ 1485, FJ 3542. FOR /ALL YOUR PAPER AND ENVELOPE REQUIREMENTS S '.IF; "IT'S A CARD--WE HAVE IT " YOUR:" CASH GROCER (J. C. PASCOE) 6 YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON Also' Stocks: of China, Glassware, Tinware, Brushware : O'RDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Phone: FRANKSTON 721 ? YOU MIGHT FIND SOMETHING - 'HARD TO GET STRY BEATTIE'S CORNER STORE F,R AN KSTON THEY MIGHT JUST HAVE IT.: * ..Phone: Frankston 79.1. . * .* * .... . . .. .. .. . . .. ... ... .. ...... * * *

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

.FRANKSTON ELECTRIC SERVIC . for EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Many Improved Labour-Saving. Necessities that Respond Instantly to Fingertip Control-Modern Appliancesto0 Work and Make Housekeeping a Pleasure.' Remnember-the' all-Electric- Home .has no Soiled Walls or Fwm We, Recommend the Following for the Home: \KITCHEN BEDROOM " Electric Radiator Hot Water Service Alarm Clock,,. d Electric Refrigerator Bed Warmer LAN Electric Range Iron -- - - - - Electric\Hot W Hot Water Jug' . Vac Cake Mixer . Kettle : " - .0'. B Bottle Warmer C "" H Coffee Percolator . . 1. Waffle Baker I Electric g. .t Fan Hot Dish Washer I Razr DINING ROOM EDR Electric "Coal" Fire - _- Eletric gadI Clock Ala Fan . Bed Coffee Percolator -?LOUNGE " BEDROOM Bed c Plate Warmer Radio IReceiver -Electric Alarm Clock .Radio Electric. "Coal" Fire ...Hair Dryer z Shadess Fain Bed Lamp Standard-Lamp Bed Warmer INVITE YOUR BUILDER TO CONSULT US FOR A QUOTE ON YOUR JOB. FRANKSTON ELECTRIC SERVICES (Regd.) - 554 BAY ST., FRANKSTON...

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J. W. DAVIS & SON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

J. W. DwAVIS &. .SON, J. W. Davis & Son, cash butch ers, of 92 Young Street, Franks ...ton pkill fine quality' meat. local ly.' They slaughter" only bullock meat and wether, mutton. Their :motto is honesty to their custom ers.' J. W. Davis' and Son trade in a spacious shop, renowned. for its cleanliness and its modern re frigerator. ,:

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