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Story continued [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

Ltoru? cotinu stands). ht from The first Bank in Pherson, dsbrough e). were the e, and o roads. d track various the "Old on the "Hum " Gaza ese boys to trains, eek-ends, car, to on the aded up in those butchers, s could idnight, ded, and ed and tfaders Mr. 01 )onald at the only Street), was the were no - only cafe, in enducted layne St. it shop),. siness it hot pies [he cafe Cars. Ir. Olsen Franks arted his re those s. Allan la Motor Medical ys. Then and an in Mel td John as, ibute to n Clubs, to enter t World `soldiers Franks rom 1916 rs were aston by one of greatest Loyalty" `'A pro [tcorated ig. "Os lecorated Oliver's eginning: Tears of a big ] regular Dtor car e would e times ge and erchan ommer on its ] eet, in ] k over gencies ck and he has in for SOlsen Y, and of car kston t sales t and p t, a SDriv garage, orweg- 4 e the I r bus. tinter a latest great ed the 4 , too, "Os t Cap. every l day to the arage :to havethe tyres blown up,' and; for ."Ossie" to look over the car." - A...

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

HINDE'S SHOE STORE At Hinde's Shoe Store,-in Bay } Street,, Frankston, the proprietor, Mi: . R. E. C. Hinde, will see to it .that your repair work, done by ex-servicemen, is all it should be. Shopping for. all footwear re S.quirements is a pleasure at. Hinde's.. Good stocks -: of . high quality footwear are carried. i A':specialty is made of sciendc: fic, healthy-walking lines of foot wear appliances.

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

i rI.' HJShe The- editorial chair of "The Standard" was occupied by the late MrV??r. 3H I.-Sheedy from 1929 to" 1935. A keen business man, he steered' the new company thromuh v e r Y - troublous times -the new com pany suffering from " growing 6ains, and the economic ` de pression coin ciding. Mrr Sheedy was well known ndt. only in the bayside towns where Standard NTewspapers cir ?tulate. but much Mr. J.H. Sheedy further afield, , ue to his. out standing prowess as a bowler. He won every champion ship: --. including:: the Aus tralasian -- that is open to a bowler, and was regarded as one of the _bsst players to ever play the .,game 'in -this country. Mr. Sheedy passed .away a few years ago at the: age o: 81.

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

We have never lost a Customer we desired to keep! Now, only Careful Buying, and Conscientious Selling, Personal Attention, and Courtesy could justify such a claim. But that was the Policy Adopted when we Cormmenced Business, has been Faithfully Carried out ever since, and will be maintained in the future. Perhaps this is most appreciated in our GIFT and LAY-'BY, Departments. You may wish to purchase a Gift for some occasion and have perhaps only a hazy idea of what you want, but YOU DO KNOW DEFINITELY HOW MUCH YOU WISH TO SPEND. That is where we can help you select from our Large and Varied Stock, all priced at NEVER MORE-often less-than the City, and should your Gift be duplicated by someone else, the recipient is .always welcome to exchange the article for something else of equal value. And EVERYTHING can be purchased on our generous Lay-By System Aa modest deposit and sympathetic consideration should extension of time limit be required. So you see, we are always thinking of how w...

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

. , . . . . .("m :m * ** ..,-,. ' PENINSULA " BUS LINES.i , i. :. ' .:. - tours throughout the Mornington Peninsula, ;and to all interest within a days return jouurney?.of this:distrlct?i.' in touch with Dyson s .fore news" of -future -tours? .; ?: . PENINSULA ."'BUS LINES1 ' , d cmfortobl touring 'buses are available foro;char'ito. gens organisations wishing to arrange .specia, ? outings. '-.:I-:: r 88 o PENINSULA ' BUS LINES. T? return services to Mornington, Mt. Martha, Dandenong, i fly, Naval Base, Somers,; Hacstings, Balnarring, Redc.Hill, BaveCH WEAR a TSpecia services eeryi Sund?k and Public Holida's. .ti ' Fula Bi SQCK insulmmmamm nm nBu innn[nnens kston :,; Mornington `'Agents - 4Jacobs Lowe, 31 .: .. , [] 317 Phone: Mornington 2. AMES THE PENINSULA'S LARGEST STORE ' FOR VI EN For Young Men of 'all ages s BEACH 'WEAR . HATS : ? E Nom eU '6U The hor Sel -r.-,l: ~ ~ E "Urrrnng So~'w~ih. ·fiU i - ni~~ ce~te~~· ¼ ·"·l?-ll '· ;1 .:( ·.1:·.:.r ·~U ·.. -.···:: ;i -4 H ~ ;·~; . tlU...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE OLSEN STOR[?] Upper Murray Boy Who Pioneered Frankston Motordom [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

DIA1H01p HE OLSE STO --- +inne TUo rnrw.mr~rownt fI·mo +rntrl ,,. Upper Murray Bosy Who Pioneered Frankston Motordomn Way back in 1914, a 14-year-old country boy came along to the big Melbourne City, inspired with the ambition to carve out a career for himself. He got a job with the noted wool firm?of Dalgetys Ltd. with the ideasof learning the whole wool business. Twelve months later, he came to Frankston to spend his first annual holiday of two weeks. It was delightful No vember weather and, on his first Sunday night on the Franks ton Pier, he thought it the prettiest sight of his life up to that time, as he watched lines of car headlights twinkling brillibntly over Oliver's Hill. Young Oswald James Olsen decided, there and then, to remain in Frankston and seek a local job. He had, to use his own words, "fallen in love with the place." Today,k "Ossie" Olsen is still a prominent Frankston identity, as proprietor of the town's pioneer garage and service "station, and incidently "The...

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

ji · I ·njn- m inuu I iEE nn im U U nn Eu fUE nun nn . . E -,U FOR "JUBILEES" AND EVERY WORTH-WHILE : l OCCASION THE FAMOUS .NEW AUSTRALIAN CAR IHOLDENI U U .. : Is First Choice with all Good Judges. m- CONSULT- THE AUTHORISED FRANKSTON * " AGENTS:- . BIAYSIDE MOTORS : 610 Mornington,. Road, Frankston. -..*General Engineering, Oxy and Electric Welding, - S' Panel Beating, Ducoing. R.A.C.V. 'SERVICE...,. STATION' -i, ," :-_: .: . - * ,"THE. PICK OF THE TABLE" . " IN FRANKSTON AND DISTRICT u SBAKERS i ' U S' PURE, TASTY ' * BREAD... ....CAKES.. . BUNS . . PIES. , Made -by" Expertsd i Our Hygienic Factory. .1 .- . . . BAKER'S BAKERY * (W. F. BAKER), :.BAY "STREET, . FRANKSTON.' ' "Phone: 148. ..-- ., * , " . • .. . - U. . ?.. You can get Any 'Book;. -IUDENTS on Any,' Subject, from -. HA.NL EY ' S BOOK EXCHANGE 105 - 7 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE, . Cent. 2800 (Eastern Market" Frontage), Remember the name ' HANLEY, and the Number, 105, when "you want to :BUY - or SELL College Books.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Frankston Pre-School Centre and Free Kindergarten [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

:rrankston Pre School Centre .:. and Free Kindergarten Arising from a suggestion made in 1944 by a member of the Citizens' League, a provisional committee was formed to in vestigate the possibilities of founding a Free Kindergarten in' Frankston. After exhaustive enquiries had -been made, it was decided, on account of the shortage of trained staff, to finance .the training of two play leaders at the Kindergarten Training College. , In 1945, an appeal was made to the public, and a fund was open ed to raise :money to establish and equip aplay.group and kin dergarten.: Temporary premises and play ground were, rented from the Miechanics' Institute and, with a grant of. £200 from the, Munici pal .Council, the venture was launched in 1945. However, the premises proving inadequate, application ,was made to the Council for the unused pavilion in the Park Oval grounds. The Council granted this re quest, and loaned the Kindergar ten Committee £1000 to renovate the building and bring it. up to...

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

o S a'. O ens I. d Health and Cheer9 Sag: h Street, Fran kston c E DELIVERY. OPURE AND CLEAR. . IIIIsII nales andii iiice i one I 01 .. r to Frankst n Ston o AUTOTE RANTO E CE680. Chevrolet Service. ..... ... lV.. SERVICE STATINo O E..oe . Only Authorised Sl oler Business (Establishe d 1 . " R AUT FORD MOMTIVE SERVICE C ofustoier Satisfactionord and Spea ia oOf.Genuine Ford Spare Parts and Accessories. . r ' .. TE PETROL AND OIL ON THE:PUMP*. Phone n101. U11· umm.U....U·i~··i

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

" ' '? w m ' " *T m U . m SOUR., CONGRATULATIONS 2 ,ONYOUR i * D ME ONE .YU * . Em . .... . r * " " " . . .;E" ' i SIDNEY COOKE LIITED. ............... The Leading Printers' Furnishers e'""""" -....................,... adn r s F s L ; .AND Printing -Ink Manufacturers - .. I IN ; r, ,I f .?Uuu'nnuunuunuuuuunuunuuuuunnm munun U UE U

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Frankston's World of Comme[?] IDEAL FIBROUS PLASTER MANUFACTURERS [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

Frankston's 'World of Commp IDEAL FIBROUS PLASTER MANUiFACTIURERS Established in Dandenong Road, Frankston, only 21 years. ago, Ideal Fibrous Plaster Manufac turers have expanded 100 per cent. since the date of commence ment. Eleven tradesmen are now employed. The proprietors, Messrs F. Wagg and E. V. Adams, have had 20 years' ex perience in the trade, and were the first to import overseas plas ter to the Peninsula.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
29 Happy Years with the "Standard" [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

29 Happy Years with the "Standard" (By A. C. J. WOOD). I joined "The Standard" in 192t, my apprenticeship papers being signed by the late William Crawford Young, and wit nessed by Mr; Arthur Coxall, on the 23rd October, 1920. In those days, "The Standard" was printed on a small flatbed machine driven by a petrol en gine and, strange to relate, al ways managed to break down on a publishing day. This meant looking for an engineer, who was generally found in dne of the hotels, and didn't always feel in clined to fix the engine, ,so the only thing left to do was pay a man 2/6 for the afternoon to turn the machine by hand. The paper was printed on one page at a time, on this machine-. and, believe me, it was a very slow process - first the papers had to be folded, each side print ed aind then folded back, and the other two pages printed. .The paper was all set by hand compositors in those days, and ably assisted by Mr. Young's two daughters who did a bit of set ting (and believe me they ...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
J. C. PASCOE, 6 YOUNG ST., FRANKSTON [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

J. C. PASCOE, .6 YOUNG ST., FRANKSTON -Having taken over this busi" ness during the past year, Mr. 'Pascoe appreciates the custom and friendliness of the- people. :.His aim for the future is . t give the public. "Service and Civility," and assure them that their requirements will receive immediate attention.

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

McCOGMB'S MOTORS McComb's Motors, Young St., Frankston, have a fleet of taxis and give fine servide. All in-coming and out-going trains are met at Frankston. There is a 24-hour service. Wed dings and tours are specially catered for. McComb's drivers are experts and noted for their atten tion to patrols and courtesy. It .is a pleasure to travel in the up ito-date McComb taxis.

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

" . BAKER'S BAKERY For the best in pastry, .buns, cakes and bread, visit Baker's Bakery,' 578 'Bay Street, 'Franks " ton;. telephone Frankston ..148. Mr. -W. F.. Baker (late A.I.F.) is the proprietor. He is a master b~aker. and pastrycook, noted for his quality pies and' pasties;

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHITTAKER'S ELECTRIC AND RADIO SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

WHITTAKER'S ELECTRIC *AND RADIO SERVICE .Mr. Whittaker's radio and elec trical business has been estab lished in Frankston for many .-years. He is an active member of the Frankstoh Fire Brigade, and is also -associated with many other district activities. Mr. Whittaker is a first-class electric ian, and also trades in radio, be ing district agent for British Gen eral Electric Co.

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The New South Wales Fisheries. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

The Ne~w ~Sutht Wnles Fisheries. St ftb Sflriln~ot* lbS Sftiaft St ,btk AS. ftl wib.''.i...il. ft .Lf~it. 2'i 2.1 A.drt vr'~ ilnr ,'ftl~ .s.iwii,, ..lll~ f Sb.,ll 5.hn S..I ft·nnftln~t.f'i.'f lft nn2iftj.SftS.. .til FIII 1 fCSIftstll,, I,. ..siy .f111 *'~l~·' tft't 4n.i Tb.. Tlsws Cs.'..,.sbsl I.,l ..lr·bijsswi. .rl i.y Ibi n ...,'..... ..is,.l ...sfdi.. I Sl1I) llftft·Iftt ,wl ..i·i~o( I..1st.. .)1/ .1.4.·i s','Sl'n Ilt 5512 inry Ttl o~r~ St1 10 l,"r.'ft. l ~rS lln.ftNji.', lolsn,,'lt' ilr(g Ii,, lf'f'fl·', SCI· i E·L 11 clllsp'.fl ,,,., ifnltr .ift lsss itnl~ I. .t~lyr Jc..l....'.frt,e alif·llt ll ts fl.li. .r n I"'""" li.'11 I"llnl~o of o fft.f~tii tilllll 5.51 lny*ttitbr ftI*l. ftftl~l Css ~·lii. Cols.sl .nl Tb..1 ISS·nlbSI it.'tl n'..w.~l mets nnad the system of eahlhiting and dimolng of thn fish havh many ndvantages which ni L t be advantangously rdopt?d heroe. n Inling mere atislfatory toper chasers and the commnunity at large. Hales begln at halt.pact am..etptaon Fridays. wh...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. Saturday, Sept. 28. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

F'linders andt Xnngeroig Slhire Sounceil. S Bttuliany. Sipt. 28. r Penil--Cr. Malrtin (Pridhhnt), An " idirson. nirowin, Cin, Downward, Orfin thi . )MaLrs. Patt(*ron Illd Stnlehy. Mi note? of previous mtoeting resod nmd conniirioit conflrlned. 'il?lm Tinasury n portion of nntnlcipnl sl.midy. 441i7 1i1o. :I.--A tindiil to. S Fromn L.L. Snilth I. delay In forwninlng returns:.- iturni hnuu ion. sin., for- wnrd, i.U ri " Flront Pnbhlc nt rki Dipnrtlll. n, its to the Ingth of raids ,lllllll ilnl cleared Sthlnghout tho Sn r, in--ltlendn l nto. Fromn Le.ndl D1)ltrh lnt..nlking vallu of Edwrnls',. Lind, Sor'nto, -Seer·lctr wild .12 wi.rlldo for nttvs.-To hle aIt 'tendned to. Frolll Consnild ?o'nln rr nmun.entnt on 'Hotel pIroprties it 8otnrrnto Imln lI'ortln. Intorolltion forwtnn l. n' Front Shirn or Miryillronllh. foratnlin nn?iltiohln it illiltng of de*lle.i'an. md • IiklnU COllncl tools, rn~plrtm'tnttlml 1 l lll ini to iuheld on it prox.--Cr. Clin nWtS i, iponlt?nl. Cr. Downwnrd stitl, I...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. [We are always ready to publish correspondence on [?] of [?], but do not hold ourselves [?] for the options expressed by our correspondents.—ED. M.S.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Frankston Standard — 5 October 1949

Correspgondence.. (Wlt rw slwere rruldl to publlrh rolnlrrclurw ona ncttwre WI lw-t, hablt Iln not hold lurwlrrr rerlva·1W. for the l~luloar cprn··ot by ur Currceloadwutr.-E0. M.& To susl Enron. Stn.-Pres..mingn· Illnt you will hnra n report of ti e tnntci i·Ltwnn the Morning. ton andl Fmnnkllon Fonlludll ClubIn for ynllr iniltial ilcllc. I wnlnw nk yetl tngrant own little npner to nPfer tntho cnnlndtion of hn tea ans. I \Vllj adalittinj t hat tin I.. Lt limn. wn n, t horn area few treat t."rs connrct w t hrr. wit whch 11 rareu~, to rhnw that mlacaw was not nhsolllt.·ly dowered b~lly thn winning teal.l. F'or the IKrnr~t of mnln o your nni~derm who cannot know the tnlu facts of till ease, I ,,nail cramn Ixrmlislinn to inform theca'1I tha~t to mly own crrblli krnoallrl egc no Ienn thaln Kneen men nIot olnly find~ neve~r proiitlsly played with tinn \lorninglonl club, bullt wen- rlrrulllcv imlln"ttvl fin... M,·llotlm(· on the day~ in qtr-?tinn, and~ tlmLir r;[[xsaIl pJ~dd ihoplS...

Publication Title: Frankston Standard
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