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Football. DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. Templestowe v. Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Football. DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. Templestowe v. Diamond Creek. (By Blue and Red.). Diamond Creek journeyed to Templestowe on' the 10th inst., fol lowed by the usual supporters. The return match was looked forward to with much interest, both teams hav-] ing improved wonderfully. The teams were : - Templestowe : A. IMahony (capt), Mullins (3), Cnn niigham (2), -Hughes (3), W. Morri son, H. Hall, A. McCrohan, M. Buist,. N. Gilles, J. Chivers, J. Riddel, .J. Carnigham, and P.-- Butterworth. Diamond Creek : A. Gosstray (capt), B. Heddle, R. Brown (2), Wadeson (3), E. Edmonds,: .Herbert (3), J. Bass, F. Bell, Huntley (2), G. Middleton, A. Whicker and J. Bliss. Umpires-Central, F. Wilson' boun dary; N."Robson and W. Guy. "Play was good and fast from. start to finish, the home team gaining 19 points to the visitors' 12 in the first •quarter, and after a great battle in the second term still held the lead .by eight points. The scores at the [end of the third term were 41 points all. The...
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1922. (Before Mr R. Knight, P.M., and Messrs E. W. Smithers and C. Wraight, J's.P.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1922. (Before Mr R. 'Knight, P.M., and Messrs E. W. Smithers and C. Wraight, J's.P.) DEBT CASES. M. A. Paul v. Mrs A. Hutchison, claim £9 15s rod for goods. Order for amount, and 6s costs. Lawrence and McKenzie v. A. Bay liss, claim £i 3s rod. Order for amount, and 6s costs. I awrence and McKenzie v. Mrs F. Saville, claim £19 19s rod for goods, Order for amount, and 6s costs. John Bess applied for a carrier's licence for Diamond Creek, which was granted. FAILrNG TO. SUPPORT. Grace Groves proceeded against her husband, David Groves, for not supporting her and their two children The parties belong to Diamond Creek. The plaintiff stated that her hustand. had wired ros to one of the children on March 16, and that Myrtle was in a deaf and dumb school. When her husband left her he was a railway re pairer. In reply to a question from her husband, she said she received a military pension of 5s 6d a fortnight, which was for the children, and she got ros...
Mernda. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Mernda. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) On Saturday, 10th inst., Messrs Smith and Pearce, two inspectors' from the Geelong hatcheries, let go over 400 brown trout in the Mernda stretei of -the Plenty River, under the auspices of the Abbotsford Fish ing Club. The fish were placed in the river in the presence of the four gentlemen named -and two local- resi dents (Messrs H. J. Power and R. W. Kiernan). The club intends, if pos sible, to make the Plenty River one of the best trout streams in the State, and it is to be hoped they will suc ceed in their efforts. The writer can remember in the fifties and sixties the splendid fishing there was in this stretch of the Plenty River, Black fish and trout were numerous, and it seldom took long to make a good. catch. May those days return under the auspices of the Abbotsford Fish ing Club, who deserve every praise for their pluck. A very high compliment, one that parents, pupils and teachers should regard as a great honor, -was paid to the Mernda Sta...
Eltham Shire. COUNTY—Evelyn. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Eltham Shire. SCoUNTY-Evelyn. PARIsHEs-Burgoyne, Sutton, Tarrawa.ra part Greensborough, Kinglake, Monda Nillumbhik, Queenstown, Tarrawarra North. Created a District; 26th Sept., 1856. Pro claimed a Shire, 6th April, 1871. Boun daries adjusted; 31st May, 1912. LoANs--£5000 ; Sinking Fund--3497. President-Cr J. Smedley. Councillors. SoUTH RIDING. Name Address Retires Aug. Joseph Bromley Shallard Eltbarn 1921 J. W. Hl1 Bradbury Eltham 1929 Ernest J. Andrew Elhbam 1923 NORTHERN RIDING. Alexander Campbell, Kinglake 1921 llerbert Hewitt. J.P. St. Andrew's 1929 Robert C. White* Kangaroo Ground 19"2 EASTERN RIDING~ Joseph Smedley * Yarra Glen 1921 William Hubbard, J .P.* Steel's Creek I922 Chas. licks Bath, J.P.÷ Yarra Glen. 16923 * Has been President. Council meets at ;hile Office, Kangaroo Ground, First Mlonhty in month at II .lit Secretary attends office from 10 to 4. ()OFFIERS Secretary, Valuer and Collector-p, J. M" Mahon. Encineer-Charles John M'Cormack, e.E.. 430 Little Collins stree...
Methodist Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Methodist Church Services. Methodist Church Services will be held as follows : SUNDAY, JUNE 25, 1922. Diamond Creek, 11 a.m., Mr Ristrom &nbsp; 7.15 p.m., Mr Collom Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m., Mr Rose &nbsp; Cottle's Bridge, 3 p.m., Mr Collom Hurstbridge, 7.15 p.m., Mr Ristrom Tanck's Corner 3 p.m., Mr E. H. M'Wiggin Research 3.30 p.m., Mr Ristrom,
TEMPLESTOWE MEMORIAL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
TEMPLESTOWE MEMORIAL HALL. A large gathering attended the opening of the Templestowe Memorial Hall yesterday, the Premier (Mr. Lawson) performing the ceremony, and commented on the high ideals which actuated the promoters Mr. &nbsp; Everard, M.L.A., supplemented his remarks, and referred to the noble lads who did their part in the great war, 13 of whom did not return. He and other speakers congratu- lated the contractors, Messrs. Sheahan and Van, of Heidelberg, on the splendid work- manship in the hall, and mentioned that he had brought before the Premier the question of the reduction of the price of sugar. Cr. McNamara was President of the Hall Committee and the President of the Doncaster Shire (Cr. Clay) occupied the chair at the function.
Queenstown. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Queenstown. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) A very pleasant social gathering took place at Queenstown last Thurs day evening. The occasion was a kitchen- tea tendered to Miss Tilly Miller and organised by MIrs Liddelow. The function toot place in the local school building, kindly decorated and placed at the disposal for the purpose by Miss Liddelow. 'lhe guests all arrived laden with a variety of !kitchen articles that would puzzle the average male to describe or know: how to use. After a few parlour games and a ,guessing competition had been gone through, Mrs Liddelow explained the origin of the gathering, and the vari ous pac':ages were opened up amid much curiosity as to what each con tained. When all were displayed they made quite an imposing array of kitchen requisites. Mrs W. Healey caused much laughter by giving the company a humorous discourse on the use of the many different items. Mr O. ;Muller (father of the guest of the evening) then addressed the assembly, and, on behalf of his...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922. A Change of Proprietorship. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate &nbsp; &nbsp; Published Evey Friday Afternoon FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1922. A Change of Proprietorship. It will be seen from a notice elsewhere that "The Advertiser" &nbsp; &nbsp; has changed hands, but the policy followed by the late Mr R. C. Harris for so many years of de- voting ample space and attention to all matters of district import- ance will be zealously adhered to. The potentialities of the El- &nbsp; tham and Whittlesea districts are so vast that a number of people do not realize them. There are always to be heard the voices of some men who are more pessi- mistic than optimistic, which is bad for anyone at all times. If a district is worth living in it is worth boosting, especially in this area, where there is something worth talking about. Anyone who has seen the notable exhibits from the Whittlesea shire at the Melb...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Local and General. When the Railway Commissioners re- cently visited Hurstbridge the Montmor- ency people placed a big painted board to indicate where they wanted the siding, and people cannot fail to see it. When the line is electrified the people will get what they asked for, and the same applies to a siding for Glen Park—between Eltham and Diamond Creek. Not many people are aware that the aborigines are born white, but such is the case according to Mr A. H. Mattingley, C.M.Y.S., who made the statement at a lecture at Ivanhoe this week. He con- sidered that more consideration should be shown for the welfare of Australia's own people, notwithstanding the White Aus- tralia policy. Mr and. Mrs S. Welham returned to Hurstbridge last week end after a trip to New Zealand. Both appear to be much benefited by their change of climate. At a meeting of the Ivanhoe Horticul- tural Society on Monday evening a letter was read from the Education Department with reference to the Ivanhoe State sch...
Yarra Clen. A FAREWELL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Yarra Glen. A FAREWELL. (FROM OUR CORRESP,ONDENT.) The last few weeks have .been marked by the remibval 'frohm the dis trict of a number .of well-known~resi dents. Amongst those is Constable Ramsay, who has been transferred to Corryong, after a little over eight years'- servicd iM rse a Glei: Before'their departure Mred AMrs Ramsay were leitert~ ined by. their friends at a-socialiii Victoria- Hall, and a presentation of a wallet df notes was made to Mr Ramsay and a silver handbag to Mrs Ramisay. Cr. Bath, president of the late Wel come Home-League,' made the i?resen tation, and spoke in high terms of the work done by Mr Ramsay, in first or ganizing the league, and then helping in every way towards-its success. Mr P Downer;. on behalf of the R.S.S.I.L.A, spoke' eulogistically of the work done bby :their departing friend for the sbldiers, and observed that the soldiers' monument in front of the hall would always be a remind er of the services he had rendered to wards its erection. . "...
GOLD MINING AT WARRANDYTE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
GOLD MINING AT WARRANDYTE. The Minister of Mines accompanied by the Government Geologist, recently paid a visit to Warrandyte in connection with the gold mining, and at a meeting of the Cale- donia Goldmining Coy. 1800 shares were sold. The Minister and geologist spent two hours below, and expressed pleasure at what they saw, and promised assistance. Since then the Minister agreed to advance £300 on a £ for £ basis, and also purchased drills, &c., for the use of the mines. It is expected that the mine will pay its way and also do developmental work.
NEGLIGENT MOTOR DRIVING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
NEGLIGENT MOTOR DRIVING. At the Heidelberg Police Court on Mon- day last, Constable Wilckens proceeded against James Alfred Bolton on a charge of negligently driving a motor car on the Heidelberg road on May 27 to the danger of the public. The case arose "out of an accident which occurred on the date men- tioned, when defendant's car ran down and severely injured Catherine Fowler, of Bel- mont Avenue, Malvern. It appeared from the evidence that Miss Fowler was on a visit to the house of Mr Edwards, at Lower Heidelberg road, Ivanhoe, which she left at 9.20 p.m., and was proceeding to the Ivan- hoe railway station on her return journey. Miss Fowler was knocked down and severely injured, her head being cut in two places, and her ears bruised. As a result she was still suffering from the effects. G. E. Furnell, of Ivanhoe, stated that the victim was brought to his house in an un- conscious condition, and was subsequently attended by a doctor, who ordered her re- moval to the hospital. D...
Heidelberg Police Court. MONDAY, JUNE 12. (Before Mr R. Knight, P.M., and 8 J.P.'s) UNBRANDED VEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Heidelberg Police Court. MONDAY, JUNE 12. (Before Mr R. Knight, P.M., and 8 J.P.'s) UNBRANDED VEAL. A. E. Wortley was fined £1 and £1 9s 5d costs for having for sale a carcase of veal that was not branded. The defence was that the manager was ignorant of the law and had no authority to buy the calf. E. J. and J. M. O Keefe (who pleaded guilty) were fined £2 10s each and £1 17s 4d costs for having for sale a calf that was not branded. There was some conflicting evidence as to why the calf was killed and for whom. A charge against Jeremiah O Keefe, an assistant, for slaughtering a calf at a place other than a public abattoirs, was dismissed. WANDERING STOCK. The following fines were inflicted for allowing stock to wander :-E. Dight, Darebin, two charges, £1 and £1 10s and costs £1 8s 6d ; A. James, £1 and 16s costs ; W. Millsom, £1 and 16s costs; M. Thyer, £1 and 16s. costs; M. Broderick, £1 and 13s costs. DAMAGE IN A PARK. Alfred Bramfield, a youth of 17 years, was charged with damag...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
THE Post Office Store. HAS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockey, Drapery, Clothing, etc. We specialise in suits to measure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose from. A trial order solicited. C. W. COLLARD (LATE OF A.I.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. CRICKET MATERIAL &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; At your Service for Mutual Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 SUPPLIED complete—BATS, BALLS, LEG GUARDS, STUMPS, GLOVES, MATTINGS, &nbsp; BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. New Handles Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRICKET BALLS recovered equal to new. Best value of all Sporting Goods guaranteed. A trial will Convince you 389-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. DORSET HOUSE, HURSTBRIDGE. &nbsp; Under New Management. MRS. EWINS, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; PROPRIETRESS, BEST ACCOMMODATION for Boarders and Week-Enders. Only one...
Heidelberg Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Heidelberg Shire Council. The monthly meeting was held at Heidelberg on Tuesday evening. CORRESPONDENCE. From the City of Footscray, enclos- ing minutes of conference re the Metropolitan Drainage and Streams Bill, and asking the council to appoint two delegates. — Crs Hannah and White were appointed. Municipal Association, asking a re- presentative to be appointed to act with a deputation to protest to the Minister of Public Works against the closing of goods sidings in the metro- politan area.—Cr Van was appointed. .Shire of Huntly, asking council to oppose the gun tax.—Received. Cr J. S. White, asking the council to submit statements re Greensborough water supply to the secretary and Go- vernment auditor.—The President (Cr Hannah) suggested that Crs White and Price come to some amicable agree- ment over the matter.—The two coun- cillors agreed that the matter be held over, and it was referred to the shire secretary. Mrs Rose Quirk, stating her willing- &nbsp; ness to cance...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Notice is given that a horse will be sold unless claimed. Aun impounding notice is inserted. Tenders are' called by the.Shire of Eltham for various works on Balee-Kangaroo Ground, Cottle's Bridge and Yarra Glen Toolaugi road. For'Influenza Co!ds take Woods' Great Pepperiint Cure Public ;Notice. N ('TICE is bereby givei that we 'h'av. disposed of ouur interest and bool, debts in the "Eliham and Whittlesea Shire. Advertiser and Diamond Valley. Advbcate " to Mr. G. D. Armstrong, and request a con tinuance of the patronage which has been extended to us, C..T. HARRIq. T. W. 1BABAIt A GRAND CONCERT AND JAZZ BAND will be held in the Kangaroo Ground Hall -n - FRIDAY, JUNE 30, Starting at 8 o'clock sharp. By Yarra Glen Minstrel Troupe A Good, Programme Guaranteed. Popular Prices. DANCE TO FOLLOW Shire of Eltham. T ENDERS, addressed to the President, ,i are invited: and will.be received up to 11. a.m. Monday, the 3rd July, 1922, for the undermentioned works to be car ried out under the Develo...
Yarra Glen. PRESBYTERIAN S.S. ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Yarra Glen. PRESBYTERIAN S. S. ANNIVERSARY On Sunday, 4th June, the anniversary services in connection with the Presby terian Sunday school were held. As usual, the children's service was held in" the ' morning, and was conducted by the Rev.' L. J. Honiball. The day being fine, there was a good attendance, and the children Ssang anniversary hymns very nicely. On Monday evening the children, under the direction of Miss Smedley, gave a very enjoyable concert in the Victoria Hall, when there was a very large attendance. The programme was much appreciated by all, and very great credit is due to Miss Smedley, who worked so hard and trained the children. It is regrettable that people lose sight of the fact that the children of to-day are the church of to morrow, and surely it is wise for anyone to do their best to further the interests of the Sunday school. Especially welcome would anyone with a singing voice have been to help the little ones with their songs, but as help was not forth co...
Correspondence. BOY SCOUTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
Correspondence. BOY SCOUTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER Dear Sir,—I feel it my duty to thank all residents of the district for their much esteemed support in connection with the Boy Scouts movement, and am pleased to be able to say that the venture has met with great success. I must confess that the success or other- wise of the movement depended a great deal on the attitude taken by the parents of those who now constitute the troop. Had they not displayed a spirit of enthusiasm in allowing their sons to enroll the scheme would have obviously been a complete failure. Another point I would bring before the public is the necessity of having a well fitted out troop, as it is no use taking up anything in half measures. Our outfit includes bugles, drums, flags, tents and other equipment, which goes to make an up-to-date troop. At this juncture I desire to thank the Rev. E. S. Chase and the Church of England for the use of the Hall, which makes an admirable drill hall. I wish to exten...
GREENSBOROUGH LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 June 1922
GREENSBOROUGH LAND SALE. Mr. A. A. Haynes conducted the biggest land sale yet held in Greensborough on June 10, and 71 blocks of the Vermont Estate have been disposed of at prices varying from 14s to 21s a foot. There was a good atten- &nbsp; dance and bidding was brisk. 18 blocks in Vermont Parade being sold in five minutes and up to the present £3,500 worth of land has been sold. Many of the buyers were local people, which shows that they have confidence in the township. There are still a few unsold blocks, which can be procured on easy terms. This estate is close to the station, and in view of the early electrifi- cation of the line, which will bring Greens- borough within 30 minutes run of Mel- bourne, and the further possibilities to be derived from the Morwell scheme, persons in search of a country home cannot go wrong in investing a few pounds.