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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
G OOD Solid SPRING CART for sale, middle spring, patent axle, suit de livery work. Apply-JOHNSON, Arthur's Creek Post Office. SET Jinker HARNESS, good order, cheap.-N. D. LEWIEN, Flat Rock Road, Hurstbridge. U OOD Eating POTATOES and ONIONS for sale by the bag'; market rates. Apply-A. N. WHITE, ".Wildfell," Kan garoo Grounds. OUR-ROOMED HOUSE to Let, un furnished. Apply-W. G. GRAY, Hurstbridge. Shire of Eltham. ANZAC DAY. A SERVICE in Commemoration of Anzac Day will be held in the Me morial Park, Kaugaroo Ground, on the 25th April, commencing at 1 p.m. P. J. McMAHON, Shire Secretary. Shire of Eltham. ,PPLICATIONS are Invited up to 11 a.m. on MONDAY, 9th April, for the Position of LAMPLIGHTER at ELTHAM. Applicants to state remuneration re quired. P. J. McMAHUON,. Shire Secretary. Shire of Eltham. APPLICATIONS will be received up to Saturday, April 7, for the Position of OVERSEER for the South Riding ; wages paid will b at Award Rates. Applicants must have a knowledge of the Eltham Wa...
Yarra Glen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Yarra Glen. On Wednesday. evening last, 28th inst, a very pleasant evening was spent in Victoria Hall, the occasion being a presentation to Mr Hatfield, who has been head teacher here for some eight years.. He has now gained promotion and is leaving the 'district after the holidays to take up his duties at Jum bunna. Quite a large number of friends gathered at the hall for the occasion. In the early part of the evening songs and recitations were given, which were very pleasing to the audience. Mr J. W. Lawrey (chairman of the Yarra Glen school committee) occu pied.the chair, and at io p.m. said he had a very pleasant duty to perform in making a presentation to Mr Hatfield from.his many friends in. the district. :Although very sorry to see him leaving, he was glad to hear that Mr Hatfield had gained promotion. A wallet of notes was then handed to the guest of the evening. Mr R. G. Todd, on behalf of the A. and H., Society, `spoke. in glowing terms of Mr Hatfield as a member of the so...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
SOTO G® -A. R T I r11T G , P. HEenderson W ISHES , no ifv thl Pu,,!ic th:i, he hos 'ot,numI,,,iI :t WEEKLY SERVICE fi,,: MR'ELBOURNE io,PANTON HILL via Di:, nud k. Motthy. Lodri up 1. Two 'l'ons-30. pJr to,,. Corryl orlod."''ce Prm t ntl ti t A,;tde.d it Picaic Pa ties. I' ains lMet. ADDI:Ess :--" TH DELI " (next Giilomain's), Panton Hill. Northoote Furniture Coy. 54 HIGH STREET,- N ORTHCOTE CORNER WEST'IGARTH STREET.. Country Clients can ,et off at ,Westg4ath Station (Three Minutes froml Shop), aIl Geods will be forwa,ded to any Address. All Kinds of Furniture Bought and `Sold. W . . OBA. S? : For Tihose who have to;:Rise in the Early Hoursi A WESTCLOX ALARM "A CLOCK is invaluable. It cuts out all elements of risk and n makes punctuality certain. A - b-' Westclox Clock is guaranteed by its makerto kegp saccnrate and - - re'i~hletime Amongi fie West-. clox Clocks we have in stock now are Big Ben:and his family, • ileepmeter and America Alarm. Come and see them and prove how reasonab...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Methodist - Church .Services .Methodist Church Services will he held as follows: SUNDAY, APRIL 8. 1923 Diamond Creek. 11 a.m., Mr Jarrett; 7.15 p.m.. MAr lc?Viggin Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m , .Air Col0lonl Cottle's Bridge,.3 p:m., .Mr Jarrett. Hurstbridge, 7 15 pi m.,'.lr Jarrett. -Pantou Hill, 7.:O p.m., .Ar Collom. Wattle Glen. 7 15 p.m., lir Al1cWVigin.
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Hurstbridge v. Kinglake. Hurstbridge—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Cricket. NORTHi RIDING CuMPETlI'ION. Hursthridge v. Kinglake. Hurstbridge- Ist Innings. W Si~nclair. I) Morris ... ... 3 Moore, h Morris ... ... 2 Cox, run out .. ... 0 A. .1. Verso. b .1. Murphy ... 56 Gilding, I, Morris ... ... O Mills. c sub, b Morris ... 3o Shauhun. b Laver ... ... 17 J Sinclnir, h Lawrey ... \Wilton. e \lcMahon ... ... 14 A. Verso. nut out ... ... 15 Milne, b Morris ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... 6 140 Bowling.-.Morris, 5 for 50; Murphy. for 47 ; Laver, 1 for II ; Lawrey, 2 for 19. Kinglake-lst hanings. Morris. c'and b Verso -... ... 5 Mc1lail. c and b Wilson ... I Lawrey, not out ... ... 20 McMahon. b Wilson ... 6 Mills, b Wilson ... ... 0 Laver, b Wilson ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... 9 Five wickets for 43 Bowling.-A. J. Verso, 1 for 20 ; Wilson, 4 for 22.
Correspondence. EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Correspondence. EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir,-Mr Everard, M.L.A., is re ported in your issue of 9th March as expressing surprise at the reception given by this association to his acti vities as regarding our efforts to secure a " pick-up" platform at Glen Park. In view of the publicity given to the matter by Mr Everard it is well that the position be made clear to your readers, and this, with your permission, and at the direction of my association, I will do. For some considerable. time past strenuous efforts have been made by the Glen Park residents and this association to secure a "pick-up" platform at Glen Park. Mr Everard knew of these efforts in his capacity of member for the district. Up to the time we wrote to Mr Everard expressing dis satisfaction, the last occasion on which our Association was repre sented in the agitation, was that of the deputation from the Eltham and Heidelberg councils in conjunction with the association. In view of the proceedings ...
The Yarra Valley. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
The Yarra Valley. The "Bulletin " contains the fol lowing interesting item ; Importer Norman Jack, who has a beautiful week-endery at Christmas Hill, dwells on the spot which gave its name to the range district bounding the Yarra Valley on the west. The late squatter Ffrench, Mrs Robert Power's dad, built the original house on this hill when he sought a change from the tameness of his Portland holdings; but before that a stockman named Christmas had humped there. It was open range country in those days, and cattle-duffing was rife. Even to-day the red-box posts of a duffing-yard still stand near the " butterman'. track," over which a sturdy battler (one Herbert, whose descendants still farm in the Yarra flats) used to pack butter to the dig gings at rich One Tree Hill and Queenstown. Nor-man Jack now has a duck-farm on his lovely range crest, where aforetime wild steers hustled for a living among the tall timber. One of the few genuine fragments of the original Blarney Stone is em b...
Lights on Vehicles. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Lights on Vehicles. 'Drivers of vehicles and cars shodld give a little attention to the amend ment to the Police Offences Act, now in force, with reference to carrying lights at night. One clause states that no person shall drive, upon any road or cause or permit to be upon any road at any time between sunset and sunrise any vehicle (other than a motor cycle or a bicycle or a tricycle) which has not a lighted lamp attached thereto on the offside of the front thereof in such a manner and position as to show a bright white light clearly visible to any person approaching such vehicle from the front and a red light clearly visible to any person approaching such vehicle from the rear. Motor t ycles, bicycles and tricycles must have a light in front and at the rear. Whenever any load carried on any vehicle which is being driven or is standing upon any road at any time betreen sunset and sunrise projects more than three feet behind the body of such vehicle a lighted lamp shall be kept atta...
Boys' Club. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Boys' Club. The Hnrstbridge Boys' Club was formed last month with a member ship of 24, the ages being from 16 upwards, and the first social was held on Thursday of last week. Mr A. Allen has been the moving spirit in getting the boys together, and has made arrangements for them to meet every Tuesday and Thursday in the Church of England hall. The .object is to make it a social as well as a gymnastic club, and by keeping all the youths together cricket and foot ball clubs will know where to go to select coming. players. With the co-operation of the parents and pub lic the boys' club should be a success and supply a much-felt want. All youths will be welcomed at the hall on any meeting night, where their time can be profitably spent. A public meeting will shortly be held for the purpose of appointing officers.
Panton Hill. METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Panton Hill. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT). lE -IHODIST CHURCH. The harvest thanksgiving was held in the hall on Sunday, 25th March. The large cbngregation joined heartily in singing the special hymns, and a solo was beautifully and impressively rendered. The preacher wvas .\1r M cWiggin The hall was tastefully decorated with flowers, and the plat form was covered with gifts of pro duce, etc., which were afterwards packed in cases and boxes and sent to the Austin Hospital .The following letter has since been received by Mr David .Rodger from the secretary (Mr W. J. Turner):--" Please accept . my hearty thanks for the very splendid harvest thanksgiving gift of-eggs, fruit, jam, sauce, flowers and vegetables which you. and your fellow .w.orshippers so: kindly- for wardedc -t the hospital. We have been exceedingly fortunate this autumn in our gifts in kind, but, be lieve me, fine as were some of the con tributions.in that direction, not one of them even approached in quantity, quality or :var...
Christmas Hills. CANADIAN TEACHERS' VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Christmas Hills. (FrOM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) CANADIAN TEACHERS' VI:IT On Friday, Ml arch 23, the Christmas .H ills State school way visited by. two Canadian lady teachers,. acco:,panied by Mr. H.. Sebire, head tercher, of Piinces Hill State school, Carlton. Mr Sebire motored the. visitors in his private motor to our school.. 'These Canadian ladies (Misses. Dickie and Halfpenny) are two of a party of "ex change"' teachers now teaching in Vihc torian State schools. Under this sys tem Australian teachers exchange. for definite: periods with the teachers of Britain or Canada. The exchanges are arranged by . the Education De- .: partments cdncerned. The Cariadiani and English teachers now ih Victoria ar: allotted to Victorian schools and are part of: the staff of these schools.? It is most interesting' from an educa tional point of view, as these teachers. are able to compare our: system :with: theirs; and. our .teachers- will return -with experiience ýof schools ov'er.sa. '.Nithing but' g...
Kinglake. PROPOSED RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Kinglake. PROPOSED RAILWAY. . (FROMI OUR CORRESPONDENT). The secretary of the Railways Stand ing Committee has written to Cr Campbell stating that the committee would like to visit the district north of Kinglake, where there is a consider able amount of Crown lands, and where the Closer Settlement Board are now asking for applications. This letter was read at a meeting of the Progress Association on Wednesday evening. The secretary of the .Parliamentaiy Standing Committee suggested the 17th or 18th inst for their visit, and it was decided to inform Mr Gilchrist that the roads would be cleared and the country ready for inspection by the dates mentioned. There a good attendance of mem bers of the Progress Association, and it was unanimously agreed that the road through the Crown lands be at tended to, all members and ratepayers interested to clear the road for at least seven miles, to start on Tuesday, the xoth inst.; at 9 o'clock, and mbre days if necessary. The members were very una...
Diamond Creek. SUTHERLAND HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Diamond Creek. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) SUTHERLAND HOME. On Saturday afternoon, Miarch 24, Mr and Mrs Edmanson, of Tanck's Corner, invited a large number of the friends of the late Nurse Sanderson to afternoon tea at the Sutherland Home, Diamond Creek, it being the anniver sary of Nurse Sanderson's birthday. During the afternoon games and races for the children were held, each child receiving a prize. The president (Mrs Guest) and the committee were also present. Mir Love (from the city) un veiled a large photo of the late Nurse Sanderson, and :spoke of the good work that she had done during the :ime she had been matron of the home, and she has been badly missed. He hoped that the children would always remember her, and also drew attention' to the good work that the committee was doing for the welfare of all classes of children. It was a safety zone for all of them, and he hoped that the public would take more interest in the home with donations or goods of any kind. Cr Santon, in t...
HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
HARVEST FESTIVAL. A harvest thanksgiving service was held in St. Matthew's Church, Panton Hill, followed by a sale of gifts which took place in the Public Hall on 21st ult. Both were very well attended, the sale being a record one, and both donors, vestry, and auctioneer were well pleased with the result, which amounted to £12 7s Gd. Hearty votes of 'thanks were carried, on the motion of Rev. E. Selwyn Chase, sec onded by Mr Tripp, to the auctioneer, Mr A. Sublet, who had made the evening pass most enjoyably, and to Whom great credit is due as well as to all who had rendered services to bring about so great a success. The Whittlesea shire council will meet on Wednesday next.
"IT'S AN ILL RAIN——" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
The cott-n mat.i:.':n4re re of Lanca s-hire is thi iarzc3r industry .in the world. There is nothing even in the great Repu-bic -of America to com pare with it: It employs oaoro hands ani oroduces more weaith th.an ny ,Lthr. 'i the cotton industry ,were suddenly to cease Eritan .would lose a busiuess .:h:ch produces i120,000, ,000 worth of material every year, :,_; scn:s to every country in the world. Literally a whole county, Lanca shire, and parts of Cheshire and Der byshire, are occupied in this vast business, yet there is not' a pound of raw cotton grown in England. It is all imported. The great cotton port is Liverpool, and Manchester is the centre of the .trade. It is sometimes a source of won der that Lancashire should have dc veioped this vast buplness alone. But this in not a mere chance. Even the presence of a great coalfield does not account for it. The fact is that the na.:.ofd atmosphere of the county is its greatest asset, for if the rainfall of Lancashire were suddenly...
CHARACTER BY THE NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
CGHRAlCTER BY THE NOSE. Nasczraphy reveals the character, habits and inclinaticns of people by a simple inspection of noses. Accor ding to exponents, of the system, the nose scho:ld be as long as possible, as th is a signr of merit, Dower and genius. Examples---Napoleon and Caesar, both of whom had l rge ncses. A straight nbse denotes a just, serious and energetic . mind ; the Roman nose a propensity for ad venture, and a wide nose with open nostrils is a mark of great sensuali ty. A cleft nose shows benevolence- it was the nose of St. Vincent de Paul. The curved, fleshy nose is a mark of dominition and cruelty. Catherine de Melici and Tlizabeth of England .had noses of this kind. The curved,, thin nose, on the contrary, is a mark of a brillicnt -nind,- but-vain and:dis posed to be ironical ; it is the nose of a drcaner, a poet, or a critic. If the line of the nose is reentrant that is, if the nose is turned up-it denot,: that its owner has a weak mind--somctimes coarse, and gener a...
Queenstown Picnic and Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Queenstown Picnic and Sports. OFFICIALS-President ; Cr H Hewitt; vice presidents: Messrs C H Peake and T. Thompson ; committee: Messrs J Dugdale, J Nink, C Nink, R Nink, J Antonie, E John, W Healey, J Healey, L O'Brien, R Hirt, E Spicer, A Raredon, E Raredon, H Steinmann, J Clark, W Shaw, 0 Muller, J Muller, S Laity and, J Kimpton; patrons: Hon W Angliss, M.L. "., \V-H Everard Esq M.L.A., Cr A Campbell, Messrs E F Goode, W Knell, C H Peake, T Thompson, E T Apps, R John, C. J. McCormack, D and W Chandler, Alex Tate, F Nink, A Muller, J Nink, 0 Muller, J J Mills, Rev' E S Chase, and Dr Cordner ; starters; Messrs W Healey and J. Wallace; judges: Crs H Hewitt and A Campbell, Messrs 0 Muller, J Clark, J Nink and E Skardon. For the past fourteen-years the residents have given the children a treat, and also provided amusement for themselves in the shape of horse and althetic events. The annual gathering held on the recreation ground on Easter 'londay was success ful from every point of vie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D.. NICHOLSON ": T"TISHES to' inform "tlhe , Residents of the District. that he' lb's' "purchased the. 1boe Bushiness3 fiom M C.= ..ol rda and ha :FUlljc ksofg~ rcelryIrnnrt?-!irouner y.,: Oct>ery, Drapeiy,;'loitiin; Etc, Ws epscialise in Suits to Measure. 'Satis faction Guaranteed. Lirge Range of Sdmples- to Choose from. " We have engaged the services of one of the leading saleswomen from S' Myers', Melbourne, to. take. chaire of the Drapery Departinent, and.. Prices will he as near the City as possible. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. Hurstbridge Bakery. M. MORELAND rW ISHES to notify the Public of Hurstbridee and Surrounding. District ithat he has purchased Mlr Bodey's Business, and having a First-class Baker is in a position to supply a- Good Loaf of Bread. B own Bread and Small Goods a Specialty. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDOG E. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DORSET HOUSE, HURSTBRIDGE. 0 ------0 ...
Hurstbridge v. Ascot Vale Rovers. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923
Hurstbridge v. Ascot Vale Rovers. One of the most enjoyable matches of the season was played on the Memorial Park on Good Friday between Hurstbridge and a team styling themselves the Ascot Vale Rovers, which was really composed of old inter-State and first-class pennant cricketers, ground bowlers and senior umpires. The match was arranged by Mr Crinnion, and.the arrangements were admi rably carried out. Hurstbridge batted first. to the bowling of Davidson (a member of the .Melbourne team) and the old inter State player Chas. Over, but the latter was not in the form that he displayed in 1898, when be put up a world's record by cap turing 13 wickets for 67 runs for M.C.C. against the Prabran Trades' 14, A. J. Verso was batting splendidly, with F. Milne. and a change in the bowling was soon effected, Fitzgerald (M.C.C. ground howler) and Heather taking on the trund ling Milne reached 21, when he stepped out to Fitzgerald, and Rogers smartly whipped the bails off. Verso. after com pilin...