LANCE Corporal Lyle Holland late driver for the Peninsula Motor Garage Pty Ltd Frankston has been wounded (second occasion) in France.
A FOOTBALL match between Frankston and Hastings will be played at Frankston today. Last Saturday Mordialloc visited Frankston, and after an interesting game, won by 2 points.
AN order has been made by the Executive Council providing that all butchers’ shops within the shire of Frankston and Hastings shall close on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings in each week from 6pm.
A WORKING bee under the auspices of the Frankston Progress Association will be held this (Saturday) afternoon, when the old fence on the eastern side of the Mornington road, opposite the tennis court, will be removed.
A good muster of members and intending members is requested.
HELP for the Wounded—The Frankston school children are sending their annnal contribution of food and delicacies, to the brave fellows who have battered their health out fighting for us, and who now lie wounded and spent in the wards of their noble Institution the Caulfield Base Hospital.
The parcels will be sent away next Tuesday, and donations of the following will be most gratefully received by the children – Bacon, Eggs, Butter, Cheese, Tinned-milk, Cakes, Jams, Fruits, Sweets, Jellies Sauces, Coffee, Cocoa. Sugar, Oatmeal, Maize, Tobacca, Cigarettes, etc.
OWING to an error in the wording of the advertisement convening the meeting, nothing could be done at the meeting to elect a local executive committee under the Commonwealth Repatriation act, which was held in Frankston on Wednesday.
It was ultimately decided that another meeting be called, and this will be held on Friday, 20th inst.
A deplorable lack of interest is being shown by the majority of residents in the most important repatriation work, and it is to be hoped that they will shake off their apathy, and roll up in force on Friday evening.
From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 14 September 1918