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HOW V.C.'s ARE MADE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 March 1923

HOW V.C.'s ARe mADE, *-4---- "The intrinsic vasle of the Victoria Cross is a few coppers. 4 from the "immortal honour, it cRes with it a pension of £10 a year in the case of non-commissioned officers and men, £5 being added for ;each bar. Unlike the ordinary medal, which is turned out by the thousand by means of a steel die, each ;.0, is made' separately. There . is no die in eziss tence, the bronze, ;part of some of the iRussian' guns, captured in the Crimea, being weighed_ out ..to the. workmen as carefully, as if it were so)much gold. - The first Victoria Cr'oss was model led in hard war, and after the de sign had been ap.proved a model pat tern was cast. This is preserved witbh the greatest care, and from it are made the moulds from which - every others cross is cast. The bronse is. heated in a clay criiciblup =to a temperature of*2,000 deg., nd?then. poured info theT' mould thf~oigh the little' tuibe left for -that'priirpdse every drop of spilt metal is carefully: saved. WheU i...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 March 1923

W ANTED TO BUY.-500 Cases Jona thans, on the trees, 22 inch, first class stuff.-R. WILKINSON, Hurstbridge. PUSH BIKE (man's), B.S.A. all through; £6 10s. Apply--ELTHAM MOTOR GARAGE. ONION PICKER S wanted after Easter. Apply- A. N. WHITE, " Wildfell," Kangaroo Grounds. All-night Social IN aid of Hall Funds, EASTER MON. DAY NIGHT in HURSTBRIDGE HALL. Good Music and Refreshments. PANTON HILL A GRAND CONCERT AND DANCE will be held in the Panton Hill Public Hall - on - FRIDAY, APRIL 6. Commencing 8 p.m. Melbourne and Local Artists. PROCEEDS in aid of a fund inaugurated for the purpose of Erecting a Me morial Cross to perpetuate the memory of the Panton Hill district's "fallen in the Great War, and to immortalize the spirit of self sacrifice. Excellent Concert Programme. Good Dance Music. Refreshments. ADMISSION : Concert-Front Seats, 2s; Back Seats is 6d; Children, half-price. Dance-Gents, 2s ; Ladies, Is. C. T. HARRIS, Hon. Sec. YARRA GLEN Sub-branch Sports Meeting, 3 PONY EVENTS, 1 HAC...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 27. Before Mr W. G. Smith, P.M., and Messrs E. W. Smith, C. Wraight and J. J. O'Connor, J.P.'s [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 March 1923

Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 27. Before Mr W. G. Smith, P.M., and Messis E. W. Smith, C. Wraight and J. J. O'Connor, ,J.P's C. W. Collard v. C. Williams, cliim :£1/l7/-.-Order for amount and .15/6 costs. Same v. C. Raw son; for £24/16/-. Order for amount and 26s costs.. F. Milne v. R. J. Thompson, claim for £24/1S/- for. wages, wood and hire of plant.-lOrder for .amount and 13!- costs. Jos. Pou?ter was fined 20/- and 5/ c~sts 'for trespassing an railay .pro perty at Greensborough on' No vember 30 by getting out on the wrong side of the traifn.. Ewen Smith .was fined 10/- for failing to have his child vaccinated. , Harry Aitken was fined 10/- and 51: cQgts for fgiling to :piodcee his rail yay ticket at Hurstbridge on January 20 when asked for 'it. Harold Williamsi gave evidence \?to the e.ect 'that Aitken would- not show his ticket, but after the S.M. 'came' oi the 'cene he did'io.:=I 'te fence, Aitken said Willianms knew he liad a tickret, and . he was carrying two parcels at...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 March 1923

`-ELTHAM. - L (FRoM OUR -CORRESPONDENT). .. lo the greater number of travellers, when they. pass through our town, the question generally asked is'. "What place is this ?' A suggestion was made td nme' by an Eltham lady well known through6ut the locality by which the identity of this place could be -reviiled to the traveller.at a mini mum expense. The suggestion was that two large boards be erected, one7 at each end of the town,, bearing the name Elth'am in large'letters. I think 'the suggestion a good one, and no doubt the' Progress Association- will -t'ake'the matter in hind. Eltham played the Richmond S.'N.A. cricket .'lub on"'gattirday. The 'local team was weakeried considerably by the absence of 'seevralfplay.e'r, ahd Sbatting first scored 115 '5runs, MlcBean 27-and Birchall"z8- being t'p sc~rers. The A.N.A. `replied with '99, Yo?iing being blop scorer with 26. Jarrold bb -tained''four 'wickets for 14 runs, and Moi rris five wickits for 12. The past week has witnessed a great c...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 March 1923

H. G. PURCELL, FRUIT AND COMMISSION, AGENT. VICTORIA IrVKllKET, MELBOURJE. TISHES to inform Fruitgrowers that 'hp'is prepared to receive ~'on ig?? meats of Fruit and Produce. ,.: :- ' Further particulars and Labels on Appli cation, PRIVATE ADDRESS : TOWN HALL-AVENUE, PRESTON,. E. J. ANDRE W, Authhorised News - Agent, - New Premises - gar Opposite IRailway Station, U ;T.A:r LH -- Stationery, School 'Requisites, - - Periodicals, - Advertisements Received - " - Library -" . ELTHAlMI Hardware Store (Opposite Railway Station. Just opened with a varied stock of- SAWS, Hammers, Nails, Shovels, Screw S drivers, and every article required in a HOUSE or on a FARM. Try our Jams, Pickles, Sauces, CuOn and Saucers, etc. Pianos PrANOS AND ORGANS Tuned and Repaired in any part of this district. DROP" ME A LINE; LOCAL ADDRESS F. J. O'NEILL, Upper Diamond Creek p.o Cockbill's High Grade Manures. Established over 60 Years. BONE AND BLOOD MANURE. A concentrated Manure of nearly doub!e the stiength in ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Progress & Fruitgrowers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 March 1923

Pr6gress & Fruitgrowers' Association. The first meeting of the recently formed Hurstbridge Progress and Fruitgrowers' Association was held on Thursday week, 15 members attend ing: Mr C. J. Verso; who . was elected - president at the previous meeting dur ing his absence, said he preferred someonie else taking' the -position, and after. 40 years experience. in ..public life was not as young as he used to be. He realised-th'e necessity for isuch an association, "as a t6wnship without one wvas' dead. After severalJ, members lad sp'oken in suipport of ,Mr Verso being presi dent, and promising him every ,sup port, he'dagreed to acceptthe position. GENERAL BUSINESS. It was decided th'at tlte committee consist. of seven members; irrespictive of tbeofficers, and the folldowiig w'ere appointed :-Missrs MillsGox,'Mil?e, Ryan, Gilding,: Chamberlain and P~rfces.. TIe society ;,vill meet on the third Thiursday in each month at 8 p.m., and close at o10:3. - . Ten new...members were elected...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Yarra Glen Show. PRIZE LIST. RING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 March 1923

Yarra Glen~Show° : PRIZE LIST. S RINo EVENTS. Pony 14.2a.u,, to be driven-Morton and a Little, 1; A. Fox, 2; H. Thompson, 3; 13 eutries. Girl rider-Jean White, 1; three entries. Hunters' Cup-Miss Dorothy Aldridge "Marquise," 1; W. W. Bell " Murphy," 2; eight entries. Pony, 14.2 a.u., to be ridden-Morton and Little, 1; W. Fox, 2; H. Thompson,3; eight entries Ladies' hunters' -plat~-F..B..Lithgow, "Gladiator," 1; H. Crozier, "Rocket," 2; H. Stock, "Lady Osbert,"' 3;.10.entries v.. Lady rider-Mrs Eileen Cudnore 1; five entries Hunters'plate (gentleman rider)-F. B. Lithgow, "Gladiator,'," 1; Miss Rita-Mao intyre, "Gold Dist," 2; H.' Crizier "Roc ket," 3; seven entries. Gentleman's hack-F. B. Lithgow, 1;.. Morton and Little, 2 and 3; 11 entriei - Pony- huntervl14.2 a.e.--W.? W:.YBdll, "Murphy;" 1; L. Hamilton, "Good Girl,'l 2; N. Allen 3; nine entries Buggy mareor gelding, 15 hands or over, to be-drivenin bidggy-H. Thompson 1;B'R C. Hannah, 2; five entries Pdny"turnout 34'2 a.u.-A-BPi, 1...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Steel's Creek. ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 March 1923

Steel's Creek. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). -ACCIDENT. While adzing some timber on Fri day afternoon, Mr S. Collinson met with a very bad accident. The adze somehow slipped and cut his foot badly. Assistance was obtained and the sufferer quickly removed to Yarra Glen ; but the doctor was not at home, and Mr Lithgow quickly drove him to Lilydale in his motor car, when Dr 1icMahon tied the artery and dressed the wound, and he v~ai ordered to the hospital We wish him a' speedy recovery. SHOW CONCERT. The concert and dance after the show was a great success,_ and the audience was treated to a very select programme. - The music for- the dance was in the hands of Messrs Heddle and Poole, who played up-to-date music in splendid time. Mr and M rs T. Albert catered in their usual good manner, and everyone was well satis fied. The following ladies and gentle men provided the ..items :-Piano, Misses M. Allen, J. Ellis, P. Bath, F. Herbert. Mr Doiuglas (Scotch come dian), was a huge snccess, aiid ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 March 1923

1IV O TIOR 0 C A. c -Z rI NG W. S. Henderson W ISHES to notify the Public that he has commenced a WEEKLY SERVICE from MELBOURNE to. PANTON HILL via Dia mond Oreek, .every Mondhy. Lods up to Two Tons--30s. per ton. Correspondence Promptly Attended to.. :Picniic Parties. Trains Met. ADDRESS:--" THE DELL" (next Goldman's), Pauton Hill. Northoote Furniture Coy. 54 -HIGH STREET, NORTHC.OTE CORNER WESTGARTH STREETI'. Country Clients can get off at Westgasth Station (Three Minutes from Shop), and. GO:ods will be forwaided to any Address. All.Kinds of Furniture Bought and Sold. W. T. MORAN. For Those who - have to Rise in the Early HoursJ A WESTCLOX ALARM A CLOCK is invaluable. It cute out all elenments of risk and o u makes punctuality certain. A Westelox Clcekis guaranteed by its maker to keep accurate and reliable.ime ,..Amopg-.thele.W.t clox Clocks we have in stock now are Big Ben and his family, rSleepmeter and America Alarm. Come and see them and prove how reasonably priced they are. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 March 1923

Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D. NICHOLSON a W ISHES to inform the Residents of the- District that ,he has purchased the ,bove Business from AIr. C. W. Co-l lard, and : has Full. Stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, .:rockiery,-`; . Drapery, Clothing, Etc.. We specialise in Suits to M- asure. 'Satis-: faction Guaranteed. Large Range of S smples to Choose from. We have engaged the services of one of the leading saleswomen from Myers', Melbourne, to take ..charge of. the. Drapery Department, and '. Prices will be as near the. City as possible. A TRIAL'ORDER SOLICITED. Hurstbridge Bakery. ,~.M---~M.-MORELAND W ISHES to notify the Public of Hurstbridge and Surrounding District that he has-purchased Mr Bodey's Business, and having a First-class Biker isin a position to supply a Good Loaf of Bread. Brownu Bread and Small Goods at Specialty. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. H U RSTB RIDG E. A. Y. AMBLRR. Meals at-all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DORSET HOUSE, IIURSTBR1DGE. o--0...

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Station for Montmorency. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 March 1923

Station for Montmorency. At a deputation on the site of the pro posed railway station on Monday, March 19, the Railway Commissioner (Mr Shannon)   pointed out to those present (1) that the owners of the land -adjacent to the station mustprovide roads leading to the station on both sides of the railway line; (2) That the platform, shelter shed and officials' resi dence would cost £1500, and before the Com. missioners would entertain the proposal to place money on the Estimates, a substan tial amount must be contributed by the re sidents in addition to the roads. Practically speaking the residents were told "to do their best," and with this end in view the Presi dent of the Montmorency Progress Associa tion called a public meeting on Friday last to endeavor to meet the suggestions made by the Commissioner. The meeting was a pronounced success, everybody realis ing that the station would mean the making of the district. As a result of the meeting it was decided to form the...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wallan East. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923

;. Wailan East. . (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). The annual St. Patrick's night en tertainment, in aid of the Upper Plenty Hall was held in the hall on Friday evening, March 16, when a most enjoyable. concert and dance'was. held. There was a large ittei'tlianee the hall being crowded. An excellent programme was - shbmitted, .the.com mittee getting the valuable assistance of the .Miisses Lennon (3), Law?son, and Mr J. "P. :Delahurity, of Mel bourne. Choice instrumental items, were contributed by Misses Leinion' (2), White-and McDougall; songs:by Misses Patullo, Lawso,, N Lennon, and ir Byers, and a number of very amusing recitations by M rs Warke and .M!r'Delnhunty, who is a finished elocutionist and past prize winner' at South hStreet and the A.N.A. compe titions.' All the items were excel lently rendered, and encores were de .manded after practically' every item. .After the concert a dance was held, illiss Patullo "supplying the music, and tht catering being carried out by ,lessrs Watso...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Thoughts. (BY IERtNDA, , Being in a thinking mood, I venture to give vent to my thoughts through the columns of your paper. In the first place my thoughts go out to the faith healing mission held in Mel bourne and elsewhere by Mr Hickson. Whilst not for one moment wishing to detract from the good which Mr Hick son is to all appearances striving to do, I feel that faith is something more sub stantial than a means of working on the emotions 6f us poor mortals. Faith, to my mind, is to a great extent the very essence of life, and where coupled with sincere, earnest prayer is practically irresistible,, but where we make it so it can only be by sincerity. Faith in our daily avocation is the fore .runner of success in: nearly every in stance, and sincere prayer is the sirest medium of help from the Al mighty. How often has sincere prayer been answered, and hope taken the place of despair thereby. The Saviour when on earth told us that by faith we could remove mountains, thus show ing the ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHITTLESEA'S GREATEST DRAWBACK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923

\VHITTLESEA'S GREATEST. DRAWBACK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER Sir,-For the last 20 years I have been associated with Progress Associa tions in various parts of the State, and I say, unhesitatingly, that the main reason why our old established district is progressing so slowly, although it is so near to the metropolis, is because of our people's apathy to public affairs. The remedy for this is to form a Pro gress Association. Then our council lors, instead of receiving nothing but carping criticism as they now do, will receive our co-operation and credit where it is due. A move is being made by the Frankston Progress Asso ciation to have a State Congress of Progress Associations yearly. It is re ceiving general support, and I think Whittlesea should he represented. Yours, &c., SCRUBBY CREEK.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. WAKE UP, ARTHUR'S CREEK! TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Correspondence. WAKE UP, ARTHUR'S CREEK! TO TRF? EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir,-As one who has. taken a deep interest in the agitation that led to the formation of the Hurstbridge Progress Association, I would like to ask Ar thur's Creek residents why they have no Progress Association ? The prob lems that concern Hurstbridge resi dents concern us as well, either directly. or indirectly. It is to. our united in terests:to advertise, our 'districts and attract tourists with their loose money and residents of congested Melbourne and other districts as the- Healesville Progress Association and others have so successfully done. Arthur's Creek is an object lesson 'of a district whose residents are not organised for progress. Little interest is taken in district affairs. The monthly meetings of the hallcom mittee are 'ti'l abou3Pry thi- e months, as many members will not attend. Now the scope of the hall committee has narrowed down so much that, residents' lack of- in terest is easily unde...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, APRIL 6, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923

THE duevrtiser ýirnnouond t rek: dzi u 0r trsae. Pi ed veFid p'i.??i 4fternIon RURSTBRIDGE, APRIL 6, 1923. Local and General. On' page' 4 will be found corres pondence, Thoughts (by. Mernda), and notes from Wallan East, Wonga Park and Diamond Creek.. The Eltham shire counicil will meet on. Monday-next, when applications for positions and tenders will close. Mr H. H. Clark will hold his usual fortnightly Eltham market on Wednesday next+,for which numerous enti'ies have beeii received. Mr Albert A.; Haynes will hold a sale to-morrow :(Saturday) at 3.30, on the Moitrose' estate, Greens borough, of a bungalow, a week-end home, residence, and land, and also various blocks up:to six acres. In a licensing case at the Eltham court last 'week, a lawyer said he tried to explain the new act to his client, but as yet he had not been able to fathom it himself. The P.M. said the further you go the more trouble you see. The following office-bearers were elected at the annual meeting of St. Mark's ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hurstbridge Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Hurstbridge Football Club. There was a large attendance at the Public Hall on Wednesday even ing, the' president (Mr A. E.' Am bler) occupying the chair. : Correspondence was read from the secretary of the Bourke-Evelyn As sociation, stating that a meeting would be held on Saturday next. The secretary to instruct . that this club had already joined the Diamond Valley Association. The secretary reported having at tended the meeting of delegates at Diamond Creek, and that the.follow ing postal radius had been granted: -Arthur's Creek, Strathewen, .Queeustown and Hurstbridge. A special permit was "also granted to H. Cracknell to play with this team. The first match would be against Eltham on. the local ground on May 6.-Mr F. Milne, senr., moved, and Mr Yates seconded, that the report be adopted, and action taken en dorsed. Carried. Mr R. Gilding moved that a charge of 61d be made to the ground instead of boxes as formerly, all members to be admitted on showing ticket. Sec onded by Mr F...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOLD GALORE. THIS WILL MAKE YOUR MOUTH WATER! [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923

GULD GALORE.. . THIS WILL MAKE Y Tl MOJTH WATER ! Jold has been much talked about during the years of war ;and every one-pound and ten-shilling note is,.a monhrrent to the power and value of gold. It is to a great extent the mainspring of a nation. And vet in spite of its being count ed among the rare and precious me tals it is surprising how universally it is found. Almost every country in the world can boast of a gold-mine. Gold in found in the ground in rock ,formaticn when its presence is often discovered on the surface. The fine particles of gold are extracted by crushing the rock and amalgamating with mercury. Another place where gold is found is in river beds and ditches, when the gravel is collected and the gold separated by washing. In the British .Isles gold is found in small quantities. There are a few mines in North Wales where it is won from rock of poor quality. The greatest mines in the world are in Africa, the Rand mines, which are worked by large limited companies. ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wattle Glen. PIANO FUND [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Wattle Glen; PIANO FUND A novel entertainment was opened by Mr J Lorimer on Easter Saturday evwn~ing in the.school hall in the .foirm of-an American Tea in aid of the piano fund,which proved most successful. having, yielded the munificent sum of about £20o. . The.:various stall-holders were::. Confectionery: Misses Eva Qualtrough, Jessie Pepper, Lila Mahoney and Lillie •Jones; fancy: Mrs H. Crothers and Miss. M. Reynolds; ice cream: Mlrs A. Jones; cafetaria, Mesdames R. Brett, R Bird, H. Qualtrough and A. Keenan. Mr A. Keenan ably assisted with a side show. Willing workers :were found in Mr and Messrs E. Pep per and sons, Messrs R. Bird, A. Jones, H. Crothers, R Brett, Mrs Cameron (the oldest resident of \'attle Glen) and friends. At the close of a very enjoyable evening the remaining goods were disposed of by " bruce auction." The residents of Wattle Glen having &ecided on the purchase of a piano for ;the. district, chose a Wertheim, and are now making every 'effort to meet...

Publication Title: Advertiser
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ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923

ELTHAM. (F, :P. OUR COR:ESPONDENT) ~-Tn the lower part of our town, on the common land known. locally. as "The Bend,". lie two tennis courts in a premature state of decay. Wan deringcattle, of which we have plenty, I force their way in, and utilise what should be rightly a place of recreation for the young folk of the locality as a stable and feeding ground.. I think an effort, should be made to recondition these courts and revert them to the use for which they were originally in tended. Tennis is a game which can be played all the year, and if a start is made: to make the courts playable for the winter season, I am sure. the membership would fully wairit :-the small trouble expended. On Saturday the Elthami branch of. the Australian Labor Party. held a- very successful social eveninig.- The atten dance, was good, and weather and dancing conditions perfect,. i Msic supplied by Miss Goldman was voted first dc'lass. 'Mr A. Gollings officiatied as M.C.: Musical items were' rendeied by ...

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