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Results of Matches SORRENTO DEFEATED SEAFORDCARRUM [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
Results of. Matches SORRENTO DEFEATED SEAFORD CARRUM SORRENTO were somewhat extended to defeat Seaford-Carrum who al ways have the happy knack of press ing Sorrento when the two teams meet at Seaford. Sorernto won; by 12-18 to 8-12. Best for Sorrento: Glover, Peters, Lacco, Jennings, Knight. Seaford-Carrum: Davies Bros., Aik, Darrock, Cunningham, Hawking. Goal-kickers for Sorrento: Morris (3), Lacco (3), Howard (3), Branchi, Jennings, White. Seaford-Carrum: Aik (2), Ander son (2), Darrock, Hinton, Cunning ham, Suitor.
POSITION OF CLUBS. A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
POSITION OF CLUBS., A GRADE. Peroentage.Pts. Frankston .. .. .;;. 141 386. Sorrento ...... ...... 124.2 32 Mornington ........ . 114.4 32 Hastings :,Tyabb .. .: 112.6 28 Somerville ... .. .. 121.6 24 B GRADE. Balnarring . . .. . .. .. .. 40 Red Hill .... ......... .. 36 Naval Depot .. '. .... .. 36 Dromana .. ........ .. .. 32 Rosebud .. .. .... ..; .. 82 Pearcedale .. .; .. ..-.. .. 28, Franketon .. . .. . ';. ..: . .'. 20'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
"THE STANDARD" A Want-Ad 'Costs It Pays ii- for 14 Words the Phone Frankto 6. FRIDAY, AUGUS 939 PAGE FIVE. t u oyour. Newsagent 'WANT ,ADS. Phone Fnkton 6. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939. PAGE FIVE. J. C. BRIEN GRAIN, PRODUCE, EGG J. t,... MERCHANT Public Market, Wells St., Frankston. " PHONE: Frankston' 108. After Hours, Somerville 254. . CHAFF BAG LOTS- Prime Oaten .... ...... 5/3 ollard, 7's .. 7/3 Prime Wheaten .... .. 4/3 Bran, 's Cental.........6/3 Cow ......... ........ 8/6 "'ran, 6's Ct tal. .. 06a2 Wheat (F.A.Q.) .... ... ... 2/10 Hulled Oats....... .... /2 Wheat Meal, 7's...... 7/9 Chick Food, cwt...... ....8/6 Crushed Oats, 21's ........ 8/3 Pressed Hay, bale .... 2/9 Maize, whole . ... .... 5/4 Best Flour ............ .:. .... 19/9 Barley Meal .............. 5/3 Dandy ............... ..... 10/ Rice Meal ......... .... :.. /9;;. / Meggett's Meal .. ....... 10/6 Chick Starter, 100. lbs... 11/ Special Chick Mash,' 100 100CHICK BOXES2/9 Ilbs. ........ 10/6 50 size ..............1/9...
FIREMEN'S GOLDEN JUBILEE. COMMITTEE'S PLANS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
FIREMEN'S GOLDEIN JUBILEE. COMMITTEE'S :PLANS. Members . of: the Brigade a".nd Ladies' Committee, are' working hard at..the final preparations, for the Golden' Jubilee' 'Ball to be held on the 24th instant. Thousands of flowers have been made for the: decorations by the ladies, while the' firemen have spent their week ends making and, painting special frame work. To leave the Wednesday. night be fore the ball free to arrange these wonderful decorations, the Brigade's indoor bowls teams will play their. matches at the Fire Station on the Monday night.. Supper os receiving special con sideration and' any donations for that will be gratefully received. There will be plenty of novelties and prizes for dances. The . handsome cups ' on ' view in Fireman Parnell's ,:.window are for the. best fancy dressed set. This sett is, advertised to" be 'entered by a Club. or Friendly Society, but there will - be no objection to a set com peting for the" eight cups. The. large cup, intended for the Cl...
FRANKSTON HIGH SCHOOL. WELFARE LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
* FRANKSTON HIGH SCHOOL. 1WELFARE LEAGUE. To increase interest in the bazaar to be held on August 25th for school funds, the Welfare League has de cided to conduct competitions at the various stalls. Tlierq is no entryl fee, but the arti cles become' the property of' the bazaar. The apron and work stall is offering three cash prizes, as follows: (1) Best worked apron, prize 10/-. (2) Best novelty, 5/-. Best article made from. hessian, 5/-. These are open to allcomers. The flower stall offers a prize for 'best bunch of flow ers. Cake stall competition: Best article made with Copha. Recipe *books may be obtained from Mrs. Golds; Prize,' 6 lbs. Copha. Six plain scones made with Mc Alpine's S.R. flour and accompanied with label. Open to children 'under 16 years. Prize, 1st, 2/6; 2nd, 1/6. 'Decorated spronge (without butter). Prize 5/-. Victoria Sandwich (with butter). Not buttered. Prize 3/6. Chocolate cake, made' with Bushells cocoa, and accompanied by the label. Prize, 61bs.' Bushells...
SEAFORD-CARRUM v. SORRENTO. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
SEAFORD-CARRUM v. SORRENTO. Seaford-Carnru were at home to Sorrento last Saturday in the last match of the second round. Both teams enjoyed*a good following of supporters and the ground 'was in' ideal condition. Although Sorrento scored 12-18 to Seaford-Carrum 8-12, a good game was witnessed. Best players- Seaford-Carrum: R. Aik, HFawling, Darroch, F. Davles, D. Davies, P. Carlson, R. Symonds. Goal kickers: Anderson 2, R. Aik 2, Henry, Hinton, Cunningbam' and Darroch. 'Best for Sorrento were:. H.- Glover, best -on the ground; -Lache,-Howard, K. Morris, Peters, Keil.
Football Gossip REPLAY ORDERED. SOMERVILLE-SORRENTO DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
Football Gossip __ --n REPLAY ORDERED. SOMERVILLE-SORRENTO DISPUTE. At a meeting * of the Peninsula Football Lýeague on Monday night the protest lodged by Somerville against Sorrento was dealt with. Somerville claimied they won the game played against the Sorrento team on July 29 and called several witnesses. G. Bul len, who kicked the ball, said that during the lait quarter he grasped the ball a few feet out of the goal base and kicked it through with his left foot. The ball struck the goal umpire in the( stomach. Field umpire Mcintyre, who offici ated at the match, said the Somer ville player grasped the ball from a pack, put his foot to it, and it went through the goal post. He called for all clear the second time, and, the] Sorrento goal; umpire waved.one flag. Mr Smeaton, Sorrento goal umpire, said the Sorrento full-back (Kell) struck the ball with his foot 'after Bullen kicked it. He (Smeaton) had no recollection of the ball striking him In the stomach. Somerville stated that ...
160 ACRES AT AUCTION. "COUNT" FONCECA'S ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
160.ACRES' AT AUCTION. "COUNT" FONCEICA' ESTATE., "Mayfield," Lower Dandenong-road, Mordialloc, abutting on to the rear of "Woodlands" Golf Links, and with frontages to both Boundary and Lower Dandenong roads, will be submitted to public auction on Thursday, Sep tember 7th, at 3 p.m., in the auction rooms, 20 Queen Street, Melbourne. This is practically the only large area of land obtainable in. such close prox imity to the railway and other facili ties along the line, and should be very
MODERN STREET LIGHTING MERCURY VAPOR LAMPS INSTALLED AT FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
MODERN STREET LIGHTING MERCURY VAPOR LAMPS INSTALLED AT FRANKSTON Widespread public interest has been aroused by the installation of modern mercury vapour by the Council. at Frankston and in conjunction with the Shire of Mornington at 1Mt.. Eliza. The erection of the lamps :it Frankston are part of a planned scheme. Those at Mt. Eliza are a complete treatment for a busy traf fic curve. Experts have said that it would be difficult to find a portion of road way in the state on which the safety factor of those lights could be better demonstrated. The scheme of three lights illuminates a fast curve and conforms with the requirements of modern public lighting. Although it may appear strange to say that mod ern street lighting does not aim at lighting up objects on the roads, this is correct. Good lighting does not .attempt to light objects, but to 1isit: the road surface and footpaths. The basic principle is to obtain visibility by the discernment of dark obiects against a lighted backgr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
SATURDAY AND MONDAY DICK FORAN and GLORIA DICKSON Heart of the North Not Suitable for General Exhibition. John Barry nore suitable for general exhibition Matinee Saturday, 2.30 p.m. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Spencer Tracy and Loretta Young Man's Castle Also Glenda Farrell and Barton McLane Torchy Runs for Mayor (Both films not suitable for General Exhibition) Also Laurel and Hardy THURSDAY and FRIDAY Cecil Kellaway and Jean Hatton Mr. Chedworth Steps Out Suitable for General Exhibition. Also Sylvia Sidney and Leif Erickson One Third of a Nation (Not suitable for general exhibition) CAR PARK, WITH ATTENDANT, FREE. THEATRE ARTIFICIALLY HEATED. COMING SATURDAY AND MONDAY. Tyrone Power and Loretta Young SUEZ For General Exhibition. Also Margaret Sullavan and Joan Crawford The Shining Hour Not Suitable for General Exhibition. CHELTENHAM & DISTRICT CO-OPERATIVE" SOCIETY LTD. CAN SUPPLY YOUR REQUIREMENTS IN Grocery, I-onmon'gery, Crockery, Brushware, Glassware, Paints and Oil, Rope and...
CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
CRANBOURNE SHIRE COUNCIL. Retiring members are as follow: Lang Lang Riding, 'Cr J. Thwaites:. Kooweerup Riding, Cr J.' L. Coch rane; Tooradin Riding, Cr R. Long muir; Cranbourne Riding, Cr J. Tay Idr. The elections will be accompanied at least by one contest,, viz.. in the Tooradin Riding, where, it is stated, that old and never-beaten, "trier," ex Cr C. Croskell, will again seek muni cipal honors against Cr R. Longmuir. who only this year was narrowly re turned against Mr Croskell in the by election created by the retirement of ex-Cr P. Hendersoln. 50/50 DANCE, Junior Hall, Satur day night. Competitions, novelties streamers, supper. Admission 1/.
THE CURSE OF UNEMPLOYMENT [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
THE CURSE OF UNEMPLOYMENT The articles recently published in these columns on the curse of the dole system have earned almost unanimous support from our readers.. Meetings have been held in various centres which have carried resolutions de manding the immediate abolition of the dole and the substitution of full time work: on national jobs for the present unfortunate sustenance work ers. :It is the desire of a large section of the community that tactics which proved so successful in the case of N.tional Insurance should be adopted in this case--that is a "letter from every citizen to the State and Federal members as well as to the six Sena tors instructing them that ,plans must be adopted to put men into fulltime work. To help in this matter we have- decided to publish each week a pro forma demand letter which may be cut out from the paper-or copied if desired and. forwarded to the vari ous M's.P. ; To Mr . ...........-...... -*M.H.R. ------------------.. M...A. . ......................
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. NO CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. NO CONTESTS. No new candidates nominated in the Shire of Frankston, and Hastirigs when nominations for the four ridings closed at 4. p.m. yesterday.:' ". ' . T. he retiring councillors who will be returned unopposed are: Cr. William Ross Joseph Klauer .(Seaford). Cr.' John Leslie' Pratt (Frankston); Cr: George Keast (Mt..Eliza). Cr. John Edward. Sage (Centre). Cr. George Edward Hodgins (East). MISS Winifred Bansgrove, Inter-state lectuier, will hold a class for pub lic speaking in the Willard Hall,. Frankston; commencing Monday 21, at 8 p.m. Particulars Melaleuca Mornington :rd., Frankston.'
THE TURF CAULFIELD SELECTIONS. (By Espy) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
FI*6 TURF o- CAULFIELD SELECTIONS. (By Espy) 1.45-ARKARINGA" HURDLE Whernside .. ...... .. 1 Dornford .. .. ...... .. 2. Sir Gordon .......... 3 2.20-CHATSWORTH PLATE Pure Gold ........... 1 Grand Patrol .. .... 2 Glenfino . ........ 3 2.55--AUSTRALIAN STEEPLE : Mustella ...... .. .. .. 1 Deckard .... ... ... ...2 Last 'End ..... 3 3.35-MALAKOFF STAKES Somerset .. .. .. .... 1 Plymouth Hoe .. . ..... 2 Keeping Watch ..... ... -3 4.10-KNOWSLEY STEEPLE Jolly Boy . .. . 1 Musical David . . 2 Fulham ........... .. 3 4.45-ST.' AUBIN WiELTER Burrabil ........ .. .. 1 Footmark .......... 2 French -Gem ........ 3
MINTON BOYS' HOME UNVEILING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
MINTON BOYS' HOME. --0-- UNVEILING CEREI ONY. On Saturday, August 19,. at 3 p.m. a special function will take place at the Minton Boys' Home.: Oliver's Hill," Franlston, when Sir Charles W. Connibere, K.B.E., will unveil a tablet at the stone entrance-piers." Tlihe tiblet commemorates the work, of the. president, Mr. James Menzies, who has been closely asso ciated with the home for more than twenty years. Dr. J. Fs. Mackeddie will introduce Sir Charles Connibee, who recently donated 41 acres of land to the in stitute. The opening ceremony of the new shelter shed erected from the funds raised by the Frankston Ladies' Auxiliary will also be performed. The management of the home will be delighted to see as many Frank ston r:esidents as possible at the ceremony. Visitors .will have the op portunity of inspecting recent addil tions to .the, home, where more than. 100 boys ranging from three years of age are accommodated. A shield for inter-house competi tion among the boys at the school,...
RE-UNION OF FIREMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
RE-UNION OF FIREMEN. " The president of the. Ladies' Com mittee, "Mrs. F.' E: Benson, has re. ceived a letter from the widow of one. of the Frankston's first fire men; Mrs:. Chas' Harbeck, of Buapo long. An extract of the letter is as fol lows: "I hope you have a nice time at the celebrations, and I know, had my husband. been .with us, it would have given him great pleasure to have been with you all.' It. was a happy reminder to him to look at the photographs. and 'wonder how many of- them were left to, carry on the good work. I also will stand by the photo on the 28th and think of you all, knowing that you will have thoughts of us." 'The rolls from 1889 have now been gone through and most of the ad dresses found to which invitations have been sent. ' '
SCOUT NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
SCOUT NEWS. The chief item of interest in the scouting .world on the Peninsula is the forthcoming boxing and wrestling tournament, which is to be held on Friday, .August 11, in the Somerville Horticultural Hall. This tournament has been ar ranged by the. County Council with a view:of stimulating the friendlyside' of scouting. All parents and friends are invited to attend.. The boxing bouts are to be refereed by Mr ILes. Hall, who a few years ago was a well known and talented nerformer at the Stadium.. Arrangements are being; made for 'exhibitons by several' ex= Derts from the city. DON'T' Stop at Home if it rains: - Ring Frankston 27 for Bilton's Hire Cars.
ST. PAUL'S. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
ST: PAUL'S. The organ.recital for Aiugust 16 by Mr Edgar Chapple, 'L.A.B.,;, ..Mus.A., has bden, postponed till August 23. Mrl/Edgar: Chapple's 'recital will in clude works of Bach, Sonata of Rheinberger,- hymn tunes, . preludes by Hubert Parry, Sigfried, Karg Elert, Walford-Davies, Guilmont, De bussy and Theo Salome. Collections are to aid organ maintenance.
HASTINGS FAREWELL SOCIALS. MR AND MRS WALL AND FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
HASTIGS FAREWELL SOCIALS. MR AND MRS WALL AND FAMILY A social evening was held in the Public Hall, Hastings, on July 24, the occasion being to bid farewell to Mr and Mrs Wall and family, who are leaving Hastings after a residence of. six years. Since residing in Hastings they have always been active for the bene fit-of the district in general. Both Mr and Mrs Wall were greatly inter ested in the R.S.S.I.L.A. branch, Mr Wall being secretary of the men's branch, and Mrs Wall secretary of the ladies' auxiliary, and members of these two bands of workers were pre sent. Dancing was enjoyed with Mrs Cook (piano) and Mr E. Fisher (banjo), while Mr Hollier acted as M.C., and Mr N. Bland, of Melbourne, entertained. An excellent supper was provided by the ladies' auxiliary. During supper, Mrs Floyd, president of the ladies' auxiliary, spoke in glow ing terms of the activities of Mr and Mrs Wall, and Mrs Flood supported these remarks. Mr V. Kerr. vice-president of the imen's branch, expressed r...
EGG PRICES FALL. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
EGG PRICES FALL. SThe Egg and Pulp Marketing Board advise somewhat heavier stocks ow ing to the sudden influx of receivals. Several other important factors com bined to cause the board, to drasti cally reduce prices. Latest cables received indicate that London .values are such that ex port at present would entail 'heavy losses. Producers will, therefore, realise that it is of- paramountf im* portance that' prices should be fixed which will encourage ldcal consumb tion and which it is expected can be maintained pending an increase in London values. The wholesale price of 1/ Iper dozen for first quality hen eggs averaging 24 ozs. to the dozen will cause active local buying, particularly as this wholesale value should ensure a, re tail price of less than l1d per egg. Housewives who have' been comr plaining lately df the. ,high cost of living will doubtless appreciate the reduced •price and. its effect on their' weekly budget.