OUR special representative at Tyabb writes:
There was a fair attendance of spectators at the match between Langwarrin and Tyabb on the Tyabb oval last Saturday.
The local team played far superior football than against Hastings the week before, and were never hard pressed by their opponents.
Some nice hand ball passing by the maroons, especially by their forward men, was witnessed.
The game was of a very fast and friendly nature; hard knocks being given and taken with true sporting spirit.
The outstanding feature of the day’s play was the large number of behinds kicked by the local team.
Several easy shots by the maroon forwards went to the wrong side, and three times the post was hit.
The Tyabbians were unlucky not to have won by a larger margin than 10 points as their team, playing fine football, with nice system and plenty of dash, always looked the winners.
It was the finest effort yet shown by the local team for the season and it should inspire them on to yet greater efforts.
The final scores were:
Tyabb, 2.16 (28 points)
Langwarrin, 2.6 (18 points)
Practically every player in the maroon jacket was prominent at some stage or another of the match, but the most conspicuous were Scanlan, Longmuir, Golding, Les Cole, Slocome, Storey, Morrow, L. Thornell, while Reg. Borley, Alan Hodgins, Lewis Cole, Russell and A. Noble were among those who battled hard for the victors.
For the losing side, Cain, Adderly, Bond, Franklin, Males, and several others unknown to the writer shone out.
Connell umpired the match.
Our Tyabb scribe further writes:
I think the duel next Saturday, between Frankston II and Tyabb, on the Frankston oval will be the match of the season.
The maroons are confident, and no doubt the Frankstonites fancy their own chance.
Anyhow, may the better team win.
Having seen most of the Second Association teams in action, I consider that Frankston, Hastings and Tyabb are, so far, the best clubs.
I predict one of these three teams will be premiers.
Scanlan played a good, dashing game for Tyabb against Langwarrin.
Both in marking, kicking and general play he was always foremost for the winners.
IN connection with the forthcoming municipal elections it is stated that Mr Geo. May has been strongly urged to allow himself to be nominated as one of the candidates for the new Mt. Eliza Riding, and he has given a favorable reply to his supporters.
IN connection with the Beaconsfield tragedy, Detective Commons interviewed two suspects at Frankston on Wednesday last, but he was satisfied that they did not know anything about the tragedy.
They were allowed to proceed on their way to Bittern.
OWING to a late influx of advertisements, our Picture Notes are crowded out this issue.
The principal picture tomorrow night is “The Yellow Typhoon”, featuring Anita Stewart, supported by Marie Osborne In “The Sawdust Doll”.
A NEW wood and coal yard has been opened in Frankston and is situate in Playne Street near the Savings Bank.
The proprietors are Messrs Harrison and Golds, of Mornington, both returned soldiers and prominent in local football circles.
Mr Golds, who has taken up his residence in Frankston is in charge.
Full particulars are given in advertisement appearing in another column.
ON Wednesday evening next in the Frankston Hall the “Chelsea Sunbeams” will submit an entertaining concert programme.
The proceeds are to be devoted to Salvation Army work.
AFTER five years residence in Frankston, Mr Jack Stewart, engineer and machinist at the Naval Base, has gone to reside at Hastings.
MR J. Bradbury has installed an up-to-date grindery at his place on Mornington Road.
This is the first of its kind installed on the Peninsula. Mr Bradbury has a advertisement elsewhere in todays issue.
WHEN a verdict of guilty was announced in the Civil Court on Thursday, the accused, Vincent Leo Hyndes, formerly of Frankston, whipped out a revolver, and placing it to his temple, fired, but the cartridge failed to explode.
Hyndes was charged with defrauding the Returned Soldiers’ League, and was remanded for sentence today.
FOR Children’s Hacking Cough
Use Woods Great Peppermint Cure
A LETTER, replying to Mr Joseph Unthank, re shire matters, was received too late for publication this week.
It will appear in next issue.
MR F. Addicott, who was thrown from his cart last week and severely injured, is making satisfactory progress under the care of Dr. Maxwell.
REGISTERED Dentist, “ELGIN,” Melbourne Road, Frankston. Two Doors from Beach Street. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. Hours—9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Returned Soldiers are invited to apply to this Committee for advice before entertaining business proposals of any kind.
Those Soldiers and Dependents needing assistance, sustenance, &c.. are hereby notified that by personal application to any of the undersigned members of committee, forms and advice may be obtained:
Messrs Oates (chairman), C. Gray, W. S. Hartland, S. Sherlock, W.P. Mason, T. J. McMurtrie and E. Barrett.
Employers are requested to notify the Committee of any vacancy suitable for returned men.
Persons having Businesses or Property, &c., to sell suitable to Returned Soldiers are earnestly invited to communicate particulars to the Committee.
E. BARRETT, Hon Sec,
MENTONE Grammar School.
J. A. Ball. Head Master. Day and Boarding School for Boys Reopens February 16.
Boys prepared for university or commercial life.
School on high situation near the beach. Sea bathing; individual attention; home comforts.
For further particulars apply to the Head Master, Tel Chelt. 141.
THAT Oswald Olsen has For Hire the 1921 BUICK MODEL CAR – the most up-to-date car on the Peninsula. Address – “Albury,” Young Street, Frankston, or care of McKinnon’s Royal Automobile Club House, Frankston. Day and Night Service. Phone 14.
ADVERTISER with £100 to invest prepared to enter into partnership in desirable business – Worker, this office.
FROM the pages of the Frankston and Somerville Standard, 17 June 1921