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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921
A REGULAR *. 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 I is only an extract from 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 righl 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...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921
FRANKSTON" DAIRY Fra kston' Pure Milk Supply W. J. O(ATES Pure Milk, direct from the Owner's well known Dairy Farm Customers may confidently rely on the purity and High-class Quality of the milk supply. Caws milked under strict personal supervision. Milk treated by latest scientific appliances, render ing contamination impossible. Agent for Clutterbuck's Blackstone Oil Engines, Cliff & Bunting's Chafcuntt rs ihd Grain Crushers, &c Simplex ':ilking Machines. Phone-37 - - BAYe-st -Fran kston THE BAY VIEW HOTEL FRANKSTON. .E. J. PARKER, Licensee. : BEST OF WINES, SPIRITS AND ALES. Alcock s Standard Billiard T:.ble..l)ver the 20 Mile Radius Motor Cars. far Hire Day or Night. '-= ,? .L,' STATE SAVINGS BANK. OF VICTORIA The Farmers' Bank ! Credit" Foncier Lbans on Special Terms to Re Farm Properties. 'turrned Soldiers, 1 Dependents, Red Cross & Twro-Thirds of valuation Transport Workers - 2000 at 6 per 'cent Three-Fourths of Valuation up to £ 2000 at 5j per cent. R...
The Standard. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921
mht _Stanbnri.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1j21. Nominations for the Shire Council elections -closed y v'-er day. There will be conte. in two ridings only. In the Centre Riding three candidates ar- .-on testing the vacant seat, viz. Messrs Jdseph Unthank, J. C. K. McLean and D. R. Gerrand. In the Seaford Riding, Cr. Howell is being opposed by Mr H. J. McCulloch. Polling day is on Thursday, 25th inst. The follow. ing have been returned un opposed-Frankston Riding, Crs Mason, Oates and Wells ; East Riding, Cr. H. E. Unthank; M\t. Eliza Riding, Messrs Chas. Gray, G. A. May and J. R. -I. Walker. Mr Unthank advertises that he will address the ratepayers at Somerville on the 19th, and at Tyabb on the 17th. Cr Howell speaks at Seaford to-morrow night. The State Premier (Hon. H. S. W. Lawson), will speak at Frankston, on Saturday night, 27th inst. Mr A. K. T. Sambell, who is contesting Mornington seat in the forthcoming State elections, as an Independend Nationalist and Government supporter, will o...
A Letter to the Editor 12,000 Acres Supports 50,000 People [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921
A Letter to the Editor 12,000 Acres Supports 50,000 People . "Traveller," Prankston,, shows what can be done under a system of intense culture : To the Editor. Sir,-The visitor to Franketoni in deed must be struck with the display of fine fruit, ,vegetables and oithe farm "produce offered to the higheeit bidder as the market-.day comes round.- There the frugal housekeeper' without the middleman, may.provide supplies to keep the family in clover until the next current cash falls due. Her sister in other parts has to de pend upon John Chinaman for garden produce, and is glad to get what she can at any price and be thankful for the deal. The grower here has to be content with what he can get in the local market according to supply and demand. The Mornington Peninsula has a great future. Nature has done much for it, and left the rest to man. Yet it is strange how few settlers have inade it their home. The bush, sea and mountain air makes it a'de lightful place of residence, and its prox...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921
YE OLDE ENGLISHE Crumpets MADE BY :A T. WALTERS BAY STREET: BAKERY LEWIS' a DAIRY The lease of the "Grange Dairy" having been pur chased for W. & A. Levis it ,will in future be kuown as Lewis' Dairy ** Pure rich and. clean milk pro duced under the most strin gent conditifns *** One cow's milk for Tnfants and Invalids *** "Butter, Eggs, etc *** We only sell the best that can be produced ** see later advts " Telephone 55 Frankston Note pur address BAY ST FRANKSTON On and After Monday, July 25-Milk 7d Quart This is (iood I .oyT. CRANLEIGI LUENHEON* ~ SAUSAGE 1 REDUCED. (again) 3I per lb. Made from Choicest ' Selie.l .d "Mle?t.:..Dellciously smbked and seasoned --jusr. tli thing: fory:dur Inunch. Ask your Grocer for Lloyd $.c n'e Sutir'Curerl Hams "nnd-Bacon and'"Cran I "lgb" L?ucheon Sausage & Pure Lard. Manufactured by ,L, OYD'' & SONS PTY LTD '" - Bacon Curer,. "Cranleigh," Franketon. - - Come and Inspect the New. ) 0E 1H W AIIE T atE4 at BAULNARRIN ? ?'l- 3st...
LANGWARRIN A FINE SPORTS RESERVE SECURED [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921
A FIlE SnmI ISE1 E SEMSED Some time back when the disband. ment of the Langwarrin Military Camp was in the early stages of pro-, grass, Mr George Upton, then secre tary.of the.Langwarrin Progress Ass oclation, applied to the State Govern ment to have an. area of 10 aoree at this camp set apart as a publio re serve. As it.Was found that the State had no authority over the reserve, a public meeting was.onuvened by Mr J. Nott Marsh. At this meeting Capt Jondahl, Messrs bfareb, MaMurtzle, Marshall and Upton'were appointed a deputation to interview the Minister of Defence. As a result of their eff arts, Senator. Pearce haq granted an area of 21 aores epposite the railway station for the purpoea. of sport and recreation. This reserve is one of the finest on the.Peolaanla.
The Palmy Days of the Past [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921
The Palmy Days of the Past By way of concluding these remi niscences, we print the following letters on the subject from some of those interested : To the Editor. . "Royal Blue," Mordialloc, writes -"In replyini to your correspon dent, The Pivot,,..itlast issne, you stated that.Dave. McNamara usually kicked a greater distance than Alber! Thurgoo I. As o6ne, who.knows, I agree with you. ,:In 190, at' the car nival matches In Sydney, the burly Irishman kieked. 67 yards 8 inches and 76 yards 9 inches in an exhibit ion stunt. I have seen hinm myself drive the. ball through the posts at St Kilda from-past the centre.; that, in the days of his decline,' too.;": '.* S"Nerve Nuts,'. Balnarring;,plumps for the local article :-"Why skite about the wonderful distances Dave McNamaria used to kirk in the lays of ..long ago ? ..The Peninsula.ihal men the equal, of,McNan.arin.iu that respect. Become,1, scqon,.! Bellamsy, and look back, uot'so min'y years, but to the time w~hei young Douglas Chapmb...
The Shire Council Various Matters of Interest Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 12 August 1921
The Shire Council Various Matters of Interest Discussed THURSDAY, AUGUST 4th Present: Cr. Mason (president), and Crs. Oates, Wells, Murray, Griffeth, Longmuir, Unthank, Jones, Alden, Armstrong and Howell.
GOLD MEDALS VOTING REG COXALL LEADING First Association [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
GOLD MEDALS VOTING REG COXALL LEADING .... First Association .... Reg Coxall (Frasnketon) 99 Theo Delaney (Somerville) 49 Claude Barber (Somei ville) 7 -86 "Pompy" Davis (Carrum) 66 John Daly, Frankston 41 "Snowy" Lewis (Frankston) 39 B. R. Fairnie, Frankston SO Donnie 7(nox (Hastings) "29 Ray Baxter (Franl:ston) 26 Bill Foster(Somerville) 8 HarnT Golds '(Mornington) .8 Norman Unthauk (Somerville) 8 Ron W. Stone (Somerville) 7 Will Hutchinson (Somerville) 5 Will Johns, Frauketon "5 Cyril Twining (Frankston) 5 Bric Gale (Franketon) 5. Bill McComb (Frankston) 4 "Joker" Cameron (Frankston) .8 J. Reddan (Naval Depot) 3 Ken Webb (Somerville) . 3 Bill Carlson (Cal.-um) 2-.2 Norman Dess (Frar'ston) 2 Frank Kyne, Frankeon 2 A. McArthur, Somerville 2 E. McConville, Somerville 2 BeCt E 'Culloch (Frankston) 2 Colorado Peters, Carrum 2 Harry Stryde, Carrum 2 "Sanod" Bray (Frankaton) 1 Hughie Carmichael, Hastings I Fred Davis (Carrum) 1 Gus Davoren (Naval Depot) i Bill Duffy (Franketon) - 1 Fred...
Wallace Sharland [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Wallace Sharland The Adelaide' "Mail" gives a re cent visitor to Frankstolf a good testimonial:--"In the match ag ainst South Australia, at Ade laide, Sharland;, a tall and heavy young man, .was: frequently. U:in der notice, whether following or stationed half-forward. Hi.- fine height helped him considerably in the air; where he marked in ilne fashion, whilst his kicking was also strong and well directedl."
Moore[?]duc's Victory [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Mcora .duc's Victory The first semi-final in the Sec ond Association was played at Mornington last Saturday, when Moorooduc defeated Hastings by 5.4 to 4.4. The nature of the play was very good, and the red and whites, under the experienc ed leadership of Jim Wilson, are likely to go close to landing the premiership. On the winning side none were better than Grierson, Sheridan, Connell, Wilson, the Sheafs and Higgens, whilst Ro meo, Dalton, Lake, Langholtz and Joseph were most prominent for the conquered,
Hastings Scores Heavily [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Hastin2g Scores Heav:'~y On Saturday last the Naval Base journeyed to Hastings. The result of the match depended on Hastings' entry .into.the finals, but the issue was never in doubt, for right from the start Hastings took charge and ran out winners by 18.18 to 7.8. .The Naval lads were never in the hunt, chiefly because they are a weakened team, brought about by internal dissention amongst themselves. Osborne umpired well, and when the game finished both sides gave him hearty cheers.
Life Saving at Seaford To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Life Saving at Seaford. To the Editor. Sir,-About 3 years : ago aLife Saving Association was started at Seaforzd,iaud was offlcially launched. It was apparently agoing concern for the minute., The first annual meet ing was held and a credit balance cf about £12 waS shownu.~ :This .vas ahout 2 years ago, and.. officers were elected the same night for ithe en uning term.; It now seems that these oficers were elected for andlnlellulte period, 'or, rather, -that s is. their attitude to the Society, as no attempt has been made to call another . meet ing. : In common , with others,; I joined upn at the last meeting, and assisted and voted for--Mr. Moffat, president; Mr. Pitt, secretary.;. Mr M?lCulloch, .vice-presldent,, and a committee. Now, -I-would like'to ask these gentlemen why they are ignoring the membes of the Society, and why are the fpnds being held up. Why don't they call a meeting? The attitude of the officers is not at all fair, and soma queer comments are being made.' Here w...
Carrum's Successes [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Carrum:s Successes: ,;Well, .exceptfor the finals, the competitive -matches' of the 1921 season have become a memory of the past. Carrum have secured the minor premiership with 8 points to spare, and, judging by the way they defeated Somer ville, :the premiership looks quite a gift for Carlson's brigade. All, except the bat-eyed minority who cannot stand seeing their own pets defeated, will congratulate Carrum on their fine attainment. Acontemporary has hinted that Carrumnwould not be admitted to .he Peninsula. "Association next season on geographical grounds, but.we say. right -here that "The Standard"- will .most certainly ,ppose.:any :move made in that iirection.. , .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
AA REGULAR BRISBANE SHIPPERI Who this season has shipped his first consignment to our firm, writes thus:-'Conslder. me one of your clients this year if you can give mo 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 from 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 ploy 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...
The Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
The Pictures Excellent programme last Sat urday night, with a. good atten dance. Mitchell Lewis's "King Spruce." whilst interesting, was not quite as thrilling as some of his previous'pictures, but it .was, nevertheless, a. typical story of the Maine forests. Ann Luther, was attractive in -.-"Neglected Wives," but the best acting was done by Claire Whitney as the Parisian adventuress. This dain ty actress _was last seen here in "Ruling Passions.'" The programme for SaturdayS night will be headed by Alice Joyce in "The Prey," a sensat ional story of tarigled lives. Al ice in her last picture here.> "The Slaves of Pride," married a man bulging with pride, but this time she marries a "beast in human' shape" to save her brother. The supporting feature, "The Love Cheat," is headed by the heroine of "A Damsel in Distress, ' June Caprice, supported by Creighton Hale, who last played here- in "The Idol Dancer." It is a pretty romance, set'- in the Boheiian atmosphere of New York. Next We...
Somerville Loses Players [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
Somei ville Lares Miayers Somerville ,Mornihitton and Ha stings also go into the finals, but Iranlist?bn, Diromana and Naval Base drop out. Somei'ville have lost tlie valuable-services of Fos ter,: Bill Hutchiison, Sullivan, Ben :'uriay, Williams and Bill Griffiths at a critical juncture, aid aire wveakened veryserious ly, but Allan Mentiplay is opti mistic of the ultimate result, In anyi case, thq final'fight promises to be interesting. -d.ornington; were downed by Dromana, but Wilson's lads will not be so eas ily defeated in the finals, whilst it's a moral Hastings will not go out without a struggle.
The Truth about Wool. Decontrol Did Not Cause Drop in Price. Farmers' Union Statement Refuted. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston & Somerville Standard — 19 August 1921
. The Truth about Wool. Decontrol Did "Not Cause Drop in Price. Farmers' Union Statement Refuted. An illustration ., the canacity of the lender of the Farmers' Union for misconstruing. fact and distorting the truth to bo'stor up a very weak :rgnumcnt is furniahecd by his state-' ment in'.his policy speech regarding the price of wool following decontrol. Air. Allnn insinuated that, because of decontrol, wool fell to a price that was disastrous to tVe growcr. There certainly was a drop in the price oft wvool, hut it was not caused by decontrol. "A decline in price was absolutely inevitable, and wool grow ers all over Australin quite real:ced it. To compare wool with wheat is ridiculous. Entirely -diTerent condi- - tions govern the cae o: the two commodities. Under control a huge orcumulation of woqj was nasmnaad. The-chief reason for this aggregation woas that the authorities controllhg the pool would not sell at t'', nri",es offering. fMr. Allan convenbent!y steers clear of the econo...