Hastings to the fore! Frankston outplayed

AFTER the physical tussle between Mornington and Frankston on the Saturday previous, a large contigent, including many ladies, journeyed by the special to Hastings on Saturday last in the expectancy ...

Frankston’s postmistress transferred to Mornington

MISS Mackay, who has occupied the position of postmistress at the Frankston Post Office for many years has received notice of her transfer to the charge of the Mornington office. Mr W. E. Klavig, of ...

Social and presentation to Mr and Mrs Wilcox

LAST Monday night the Frankston Mechanics’ Hall was crowded with friends and well-wishers who assembled to say farewell to Mr and Mrs A. G. Wilcox. The popularity of the guests was testified to by th...

Push for improvement of Kananook Creek

AT Frankston last Monday night the initial meeting took place of the sub-committee appointed to give effect to the resolutions passed at the public meeting held at Seaford last month to secure the im...

Hastings residents shot by rabbiter

WHILE driving along the Tyabb road with their father in a buggy on November 15, 1919, Frederick Lewis Davis and Benjamin Shersby Davis, orchardists, of Hastings, heard the report of a shot gun from t...

Adderly’s mourn death of 12-year-old daughter

MR and Mrs Adderly of Langwarrin suffered a sad bereavement in the loss of their daughter, Erica, aged 12 years, whose death took place on the 21st May in Melbourne, where she had been taking the day...

Somerville school concert lauded

A CONCERT in aid of School Funds was given by the pupils of the Somerville State School on Monday night, May 24th. The programme was a lengthy one and reflects great credit on the teachers and schola...