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DEFENCE FORCE NOTES 46th BATTALION (BRIGHTON RIFLES) [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
DEFENCE FORCE NOTES . . . -...... 46th BATTALION (BRIGHTON RIFLES) The above unit was well to the fore last aSturday afternoon when the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) offi cially opened the new school building at, Haileybury College. ,Over 20 bandsmen paraded and provided tuneful hymns and stirring marches at .appropriate times during the afternoon, being afterwards en tertained at afternoon tea. The Comrn manding Officer. Lieut.-Col. H. H. Carr, accomzpanied by his Assistant Adjutant, Captain Tilley,j was present and, after inspecting the band; con gratulated the members on their fine spirit in giving up their Saturday af ternoon to help the School Cadet Corps. He also conveyed to Lieut. Hastings the sincere thanks of the school authorities .to all members for their assistance. 'Under the new syllabus for the current half-year, each alternate Monday night, commencing Monday, August 14, will be a commanding of ficers' parade. ,Attendance on those nights is obli gatory, except when lea...
EIGHT YEAR OLD GIRL WINS RADIO AUDITION IN TALENT QUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
EIGHT YEAR OLD GIRL WINSI RADIO AUDITION IN TALENT QUEST. The Amateur Talent Quest held in Frankston on August 3 gave the audi ence who attended an idea of the ver satility of the local talent. The com petition was' keenly contested and many good items were rendered. The judges had a hard task in finally se lecting the winners. One of the big features of the night was the surprise visit of the Bentleigh Harmonica Band which gave selections for which they were warmly applauded and were encored again and again; the 'Boys from the Home sang some delightful numbers. The competition was a success due to the unfailing efforts of the work ers concerned. Cr. Keast, who presented the prizes, said that th organisers should be highly congratulated for putting on a first-class entertainment to help such a very worthy cause. He also con gratulated the competitors for their fine performance. The result of the competition was $s follows: lToder 10, vocal, Theala Jones; '-ecitation, Betty Harris; n...
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Ladies' Auxiliary. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
COMMUNITY HOSPITAL .Ladies' Auxiliary. At the shire council hall a well-at. tended meeting of the ladies 'auxili ary was held on Wednesday after noon. The !president (Mrs J. L. Pratt) occupied the chair, and ex pressed pleasure in seeing such a goonl attendance. The chief item discussed was the children's ball, which. will be held on November 6. The ball is open to children attending the different schools. Prizes galore wilt be avail able, and everything points to those taking part having an enjoyable time. It was agreed to nominate a queen' for the forthcoming queen carnival. A jumble sale otganised by Mes dames P. Hosking, J. H. Baker and E. H. Stone realised £5/10/6. They wish to sincerely thank Miss Nettle ton (Kew) and Mrs Moore (Frank ston) for their kind assistance.
Church Notes FRANKSTON PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
-0 FRANKSTON PRE.SBYTERIAN An iilustrated lecture of. great in terest. was given, last Wednesday when Mr Walter V..Beasley spoke on Excavations. at Jericho. Amended plans are being considered in connec tion with the housing of the pipe'or gan. On Sunday the services Will be taken at Frankston, 11.and 7 and Somerville at 3 p.m. by Rev. F. But chers. The Sacrament of the Lord's SuppDer will be dispensed at Somer ville. The date of.. the children's anniversary has been fixed for No vember 5 and the Rev. Victor F. Had ley, of Dandenong,- and- Peter Ged des of Lang Lang, have promised to take the services. ST, PAUL'S. On Sunday morning, Master David Polglase, one of the boy choristers will repeat the solo he sang last Sun day evening, "Angels Ever Bright and Fair" by Handel. MEN'S NIGHT. Mr. F. B. .Villiers who has'been An glican Lay Chaplain at Pentridge for the past six years gave an address to men of the choir on Monday evening. His subject was Pentridge and the work done there among ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
F ROFESSIONAL Phone "2J Frankston. Box 25 Frankston SW. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. . REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. 588 -BAY STREET, FRANKSTON :::': House, Land and Insurance Agent; Furnished and Unfurnished Rents collected Auctions Arranged Houses: ,T0 Let. ROSTRON, ROY & Fill : BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS Commissioner for Taking Affidaviti . -ATTENDANCES: DROMANA: First Saturday in monti 12 to 3 p.m. SOMERVILLE and HASTINGS: Sec ond Saturday .in month, 11 to i p.m. FRIANKSTON OFFICE: -Every.Satur day 3.15 to 8.30 p.m. Trust Money to Lend. Melbourne Oilice: 440 Little Collins Street. Telephones: Central No. 9374. Pri v ate Residence: Windsor No. 1938. E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT..COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE MU3700. Formerly employed by William S. Cook and McCallum). Attends Frankston . Wednesday af ternoons, 2.30 to 5, and may be con sulted' at the office of Mr W. J. Mc Lean, Estate Agent, Bay Street. Private Address: Park Road, Chel tenham. ROBERT C. TAYLOR, LL.B. SOLICITOR ...
BUSINESS CHANGES HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
BUSINESS CHANGES HANDS. Having purchased the draspery busi ness in 'Young street of Mr W.?; H. Tierney, Mr Hi' Spark wishes to notify the public of Frankston and surrounding district that he appre ciates the business with which his predecessor was favored, and antici pates with pleasure the opportunity of meeting all past clients, and wel coming new patronage. Mr Spark desires, through the Standard, to as sure all clients of a friendly service.
CURRENT TOPICS FRANKSTON BENEVOLENT SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
----o-----I FRANKSTON BENEVOLENT, SOCIETY Officers elected at the tenth annual nmeetinig of the Frankston Benevolent Society were: President, Mrs W Amor; vice-presidents, Miss McComb, Miss Duncan, Mrs ,Craig andMrs" JE Silva; secretary, Mrs` F. Whittaker; treasurer, Mrs J. Pownall. DON'T forget, St. Francis .Xavler's grand jubilee ball, September 7, at Wattle Palais, Frankston. MARKET REPORT. Irllnkston Miarket (Geo. G. Aus tin) reports .excellent sale on Wed nesday last. White Leghorn hens, 6/- per pair, W.L. cockerels 4/2 per pair; W.L. roosters 5/4 per pair; Game Cross hens 9/- per pair; black hens;, -9/3- per pair; Cross cockerels 1),/- per pair; cros spullets 1Q/3 per pair; 1.I.R. cockerels 11/3 per Dairy produce. vegetables and sun dries sold well. EUCHRE PARTY, .St. Paul's Kinder giarten Hall,. next Tuesday, August 15, for Church bazaar funds.
Sporting Highlight THESE WERE THE GOOD OLD DAYS! [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
Sporting Highlight THESE WERE THE GOOD OLD DAYS I "Old Timer" from Hamptoni way has sent us'some very interest. ing'reminitscences of racing in Victoria seventy years ago. He relates an incident which took place .at the Warrnambool course. He was sitting in a buggy sit the fence about twenty yards from the winning post when two horses; racing neck and neck, led in a jumping field. Suddenly one of the ,riders, a fashionable one of the time, put his foot under the other rider's foot and tossed him clean. out of the saddle on to the ground. The victim jumped :up, and holding up his hand called out: "You all saw that" to the people close .by. The culprit was, of course ,disqualifled. '"Old Timer" says that, the Dutchman was the greatest hurdler and steeplechaser 'of those far-off days. Mick Moran, one of the lead ing jumping riders of the day, owned the horse, which w;as eventually disqualified. Moran took him overseas, where he was sold. He has an interesting story to tell of the, famo...
OBITUARY MR. C. CLARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
SOB ITUARY MR. C. CLARKE. Mr. Charles;iClarke, aged 76 years, died-at his residence, Pearcedale, OD August: 1 . He leaves a widow to' mourn her ;loss. .:. The funeral took place on?a August 2, ,the remains being interred "in :.the :.. Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton. The following were the con.b-ear' ers: M"essrs H. Clarke, A. Clar?e, E' Newmant and G. Wisken. Rev.'.( - Osnmond held a service at. the home, and also read the burial service. Mr Hector Gamble .conducted' te funeral arrangements.
BACK TO MORNINGTON AND MT. MARTHA CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
BACK TO MORNINGTON AND MT. MARTHA :CELEBRATIONS?. The committee of the Back to Mornington-Mount Martha Celebra tions has reached the '.final stages with the arrangements of their pro= grammes to fill an" interesting and amusing week from ,October 2 'to October 8. The programme will comprise: Commencing Monday, October2: Official Welcome, and Get-together Evening at, the- Plaza Theatre; Tues day, October 3: Sports, Old-time Picnic and Community Singing; Wed nesday, October 4:. Sports, Back to School, and Concert in the evening; Thursday, October 5: :Sports, Motor Tour and Picnic, Grand Gala Ball"at the .Plaza Theatre; Friday, October 6: Sports.. Inter-School Sports, Gala Picture .1Nght; Saturday, October 7: Gymkhana and Log -Chop, Torchlight Procession,'" decorated: vehicles,: led by the Mornington Town Band; Suli day,. October ! - Speciadl Chiirdh Services. Golf, Tennis; Bowls and Crdqtfit ;.Tournaments .will also. be Included An. ;the programme' '; An. invitation is issued to all f...
COUNCIL DEBATE ON LIQUOR LICENSE AT SHOW GROUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
COUNCIL DEBATE ON LIQUOR LICENSE AT SHOW GROUNDS Discussing an application from the Frankston Agricultural Asso- ciation for permission to have a liquor licence at the Frankston Park, when the Association's An- nual Show is held in January, members of the Frankston and Hastings Shire Council said they had an open mind, on the matter. Moving a resolution that the re- quest be granted, Cr. Miles said it was time the wowser community woke up to the fact that the restriction of drink made for drun- kenness and beastliness. If the same restrictions were put on tea drinking as were imposed on alcoholic beverages, similar beastli- ness would be seen. Enforcing people to drink in re- &nbsp; stricted places at restricted times was doing the wrong thing. On show days he had seen a parade of people from the show grounds to the hotels. &nbsp; &nbsp; They had to rush their drinks be- fore they could get back. Supporting Cr. Mills' motion, Cr. Sage said he had attended mos...
CRICKET. FRANKSTON-GLENHUNTLY CRICKET ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 11 August 1939
CRICKET. FRANKSTON-GLENHUNTLY CRICKET ASSOCIATION &nbsp; ANNUAL MEETING. At the 14th annual meeting of the &nbsp; F.G.C.A., the following officers were &nbsp; elected for season 1939-40: &nbsp; President-L. E. Coates. &nbsp; Vice-presidents-J. Rapheal, W. G. &nbsp; Rose and S. 'Fidler. &nbsp; in Treasurer--W. Jewell. us Honorary Secretary and Registra tion Secretary--D. A" Miller. to Assistant Secretary-G. Andrews. at Press Correspondent-B. V. Mul ie vogue. r Honorary Auditors-W. G. T. Rose, At P. Tulloch. o Life Member-S. Fidler. Honorary Solicitor-E. W. Olley. r- Tribunal-H. P. Peterson, J. D. r- Jones, P. Tulloch. Social Secretary-B. V. Mulvogue. >t Delegate to the Victorian Junior t Cricket Union, D. A. Miller. a Delegates to the Association have ,r shown their complete faith in office bearers by electing them all unop posed, and it is gratifying to see the e leading officers in their old positions. r :.Mr. Coates is now...
THE SILVER SCREEN PARAMOUNT. MORDIALLOC. NEW MENTONE AND [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
THE SILVER SCREEN PARAMOUNT. MORDIALLOC. NEW MENTONE AND On. Saturday and Monday next Lor etta Young, Tyrone Power and Anna bella will appear inl Suez (for general exhibition)., Out of choking sands, from the fierce grip of the liostile Bedouin, in the face of the black, simoon's savage fury, with blood, tears, passion, was wrested Uhe jugu lar vein of the world, incredible Suez Canal. You see it achieved, you look into the heart of the man who com manded it done, indomitable de Les seps. The supporting feature is Mar garet Sullivan and Joan Crawford in The Shining Hour (not suitable for general exhibition). ,On Tuesday and Wednesday, Wal lace Beery is starred in Sergeant Mad den (not suitable for general exhibi tion). The saga of the men who pound the pavements to keep you safe. Beery, as tough as old leather, as straight as a plumb-line, as soft hearted as butter-Beery the cop on the beat. On the same, programme is Margaret Lindsay and John Litel in On Trial (not suitable fr .gene...
THE STARS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
THE STARS -0- (By Firmament) August 19: Avoid quarrels and u cidents around 7 p.m. Opportuslit arise before 10 p.m. August 20: Cold and cloudy, pS sibly rain. Now this is no evenhl for love quarrels or extravagant >o havior. Not the best time for soci entertaining.. August 21:. Avoid extravagancei the afternoon if shopping. The eve: ing is not very harmonious. Fine r5 ther and some wind. August 22: Not a good day to cto mence new projects because it marx the change of the moon to first q?u ter. August 23: Around 10 a.m. best ft travel, discussions, horse riding. August 24: Choose before 2 p.mi. women's shopping and beauty tri ments, and evening for business p ning. August 25:Coldd. A good steady favoring mining and building work and labor generally. Use precedea I tact, diplomacy on this day. If 1" birthday, your affairs consolidate year and get in to secure foundat'5
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
ENGAGEMENT. The engagement Is announced of Isabel, youngest daughter of Mr and 1Mrs Phillips. Stanley street, Fannlc ston to Cyril, oldest son of the late Mr and the late Mrs. Burgess, of Roseberry avenue, Preston. The engagement is announced of Eva, eldest diaughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Smith, 36 High street, FranR ston, to Jack, eldest son of Mr and Mrs J. Davey, of Kooweerup.
EGG BOARD POLL READERS' OPINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
EGG BOARD POLL --0- READERS' OPINIONS. Stated to rank fourth in the .prtmary industries of Australia, and represent ing a turnover valued at approximate ly £11,000,000 a.year, the poultry in dustry has become of profound na tional importance, 'by not only provid ing a necessary.food product for local consumption, but also opening up a large medium of foreign trade and creating overseas credits that are of material help in reciprocal trade. The approaching Egg Board poll is of major importance to all poultry farmers on the Peninsula. The col umns of the Standard are open for them to express their opinions, but the letters published do not ifrces sarily represent the views of this paper. (To the Editor) Sir,-I would like to support Mr Pickard's letter which appeared in your issue of 11th inst. In travelling through the Peninsula one nieets quite a number of people who at% op posed to .the Egg Board, and their ob jections are many and varied. How ever, one and all neglect to visualise ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
'UowFESSIONVAL Phone 29 .ranketon. Box 25 Frankstof W. J. McLEAN SWORN VALUER. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT. 588 BAY STREET, FRANKSTON House, Land and Insurance Agent. Furnished and Unfurnished S ents Collected huctions Arranged Houses To Let ROSTRON, ROY & PITT BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS Commissioner for Takirig Affidavits. ATTENDANCES: DROMANA: First.Saturday in month 12 to 3 p.m. SOMERVILLE and HASTINGS: Sec ond Saturday in month, 11 to 1 p.m. t'RANKSTON OFFICE: Every Satur day 3.15 to 8.30 p.m. Trust Money to Lend. Melbourne Office: 440 Little Collins Street. Telephones: Central No. 9374. Pri vate Residence: Windsor No. 1938. E. W. OLLEY SOLICITOR, ETC. 440 LT. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE MU3700. Formerly employed by William S. Cook and McCallum). Attends Frankston Wednesday af terno'ns, 2.30 to 5, and may be con sultedl at the office of Mr W. J. Mc Lean, Estate Agent, Bay Street. Private Address: Park Road, Chel tenham. ROBERT C. TAYLOR, LL.B. SOLICITOR Residence: Kars Stre...
LANGWARRIN MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
LANGW ARIN. . -0 MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS At the annual election of council lors for the Cranbourne Shire on Saturday, August .26, there will be contests in three ridings. In ,the Cranbourne Riding, Cr. Taylor. will be opposed by Mr A. Gratton. In- Kooweerup, Cr. Coch rane will lave an opponent in Mr. Williams, I.P., and at Pearcedale, Mr C. Croskell will oppose Cr, R. Longmuir. The past four elections in this Riding have proved. exceedingly close, the margin of votes in favor of. successful candidates being from one to 16. With every ratepayer now on the roll, whether they-'have paid rates or are in arrears, it will be inter esting to see if there will again be the same narrow margin of votes between the candidates at the de claration of the poll. For the convenience of local rate payers there will be a polling booth at the Langwarrin Recreation Hall,. Polling hours are from 8 a.m. to 7, pn. ,
BUS STOLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
BUS STOLEN. A 30-passenger motor coach used on the Frankston-Portsea? run by Dysons lMotors was stolen at about 6 p.m. on Satutiday last The , bus,' which had been parked ?l;the ?main .treet for 'a short .time, was found slightly dam aged abandoned on. Oliver's Bill at the intersection of the old ancd 'new Morn ingston roads.
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE DUTCH DESSERT. [Newspaper Article] — Standard — 18 August 1939
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE ---.--o DUTCH DESSERT. Good pastry, raspberry jam, 3oz. butter, 3oz. sugar, 1 egg, j cup self. raising flour, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon spice, 2 tablespoons wal nuts, 3 cup milk. Line sandwich tin with pastry, spread with raspberry jam, then fill with the following mixture: Mix buttei and sugar to a cream, add egg, then milk, then flour, with cinnamon and spice .mixed; then walnuts. Spread this over raspberry jam and place strips of pastry criss cross. Bake in a good oven 20 min utes. CHANDOS SOUP. 3 onions, 2 carots, 1 turnip, 3 large tomatoes (tinned or fresh), 1 table spoon dripping, 1 small cup lentils .(previously boiled for 15 minutes), 2 quarts stock, salt and pepper. Prepare. vegetables and chop them small. Fry them in the dripping with the lentils for 5 minutes," add stock, and simmer for 3 hours. ?:L. Run through a sieve, season. to taste, and boil up again before servr. ing. .SPONGE SANDWICH. Three eggs, 3 cup sugar,, 2-3 cup flour, 1-3 cup cornflo...