Frankston traders to close for lunch hour?

AT the Frankston Progress Association meeting on Tuesday last, Mr. A. E. Lasslett, J.P., said: – In many towns throughout Victoria and New South Wales, the tradespeople have adopted the system of clo...

A Langwarrin fire – police prosecution

POLICE V. GRIFFITH, charged that he did unlawfully ignite certain inflammable material whereby the property of one, Jos. Baker, was damaged. Sub-Inspector Trainor conducted the prosecution, and Mr. B...

Patrons scratched from Mornington Cup

The Mornington Cup will continue on Saturday, but without patrons in attendance. The decision is in line with the Victorian State of Emergency declaration calling for the cancelling of mass gathering...

A daring outrage – the criminal caught

LAST Tuesday afternoon, Frankston was thrown into a frenzy of excitement, when it became known that a most diabolical attempt at outrage had been made upon a little girl of ten years. The State schoo...

Frankston Gas Works responds to criticism

To the Editor Sir, Your article on the above matter in your issue of 6th inst. might have been ignored as beneath notice if it had not contained statements some of which were untrue and others very u...

Frankston plantations get Vice-Regal visit

ON Monday, the 16th inst., his Excellency Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson, Governor-General, accompanied by the following gentlemen, paid a visit of inspection to the Frankston plantations: Capt. Duncan Hu...