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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923

BAILEY'S Tea and Refreshment Rooms, ELTHAM.: Opposite Railway' Station. Soft Drinks, Sweets, Light Luncheodnis. Our, motto: .Quality first, prices come next "R. G. PURCELL, FRiUIT AND COM.MISSION AGENT. VICTORIA ItVIjKET, MELBOURJE. W ISIIES to inform Piruitrowers that he is prepare- to receive Consign ments of Fruit and Produde. Further particulars and Labels on Appli cation. PaIVATE ADRnat?s : TOWN HALL AVENUE,' PRESTON. -E J. ANDREW, Authorised News Agent, - New Premises - g Opposite i~ailway Station, . ELTHAM. Stationery, School Requisites, .Periodicals, - Advertisements Received Library ELTHAM Hardware Store (Opposite Railway Station. Just opened with a varied stock of- TAWS,. Hanmer-, Nails, Shovels, Sdrew _ drivers, and every article required in a HOUSE or on a FARM. Try our Jams, Pickles, Sauces, Cu and Saucers, etc. Pianos . - PIANOS ANDI ORGANS Tuned; and Repaired in any part of this district.. DROP ME A LINE. LOCAL -ADDRESS F. I. O'NEILL, Upper Diamond Creek p;o Co ckbill...

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Wonga Park. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 April 1923

Wonga Park. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). A bush fire which threatened dis astrous consequences occurred :at Wonga Park on March 27. The fire started on the Kangaroo Ground side of the Yarra, where great damage was done to properties. It jumped the river opposite Mr Ramsay's, when it travelled at a great rate through the bush land and soon had the adjoining orchards in danger. The neighbors quickly arrived and fought hard all day, and towards evening succeeded in getting the flames under control. The two following days it broke out again and travelled north through Wilkie's river paddock. By Friday mid'day the fire was completely got under, and great credit is due to all the neighbors for working so hard. Mr Ramsay lost about 20 sheep besides consider able fencing. Messrs Renton and   Vergers had anxious times, as their homes were surrounded by the flames. An appeal for assistance to Croydon was soon forthcoming, as motor cars with volunteers arrived on Tuesday evening, and...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

TERSEY house COW for sale, due to calve this week. Apply-I). WALSH, Allendale Road, Diamond creek. gB) ICYCLE for Sale, Eadie free wheel, S) M.T. handles, in good order. Apply -DoRSeT HousE, Hurstbridge. PUSH BIKE for sale, good order, B.S.A., Eadie free-wheel. Apply-M. O'DAY, Panton Hill. G IRL Wanted to assist with housework. Apply--MRs. H. SCARCE, Melton. Shire of Eltham. Montmorency Water Scheme. TENDERS, addressed to the President, are invited, and will he received up to 11 a.m. Thursday, 26th April, 1923, at the Shire Hall, Kangaroo Ground, for the undermentioned work : Contract 4/23-Excavation Pipe Trench, (approximate distance five miles). Preliminary deposit of 5 per cent must accompany each tender. Specifications may be seen at the Shire Hall, Kangaroo Ground, and at the office of Messrs Woodcock and McCormack, 430 Little Collins Street, Melbourne. P. J. McMAHON, Shire Secretary. Shire of Elthaam. I ENDERS, addressed to the President, are invited, and will be received up t...

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Kinglake. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Kinglake. (FROM OUR ORRESPONDENT). Members of the Progress Association and residents of Kinelake turned out on Tues day with axes, saws, cant hooks and other necessary tools, anid cleared a road well into Rlobinson's Mount. \iessrs Elxton and Thaomson, in charge of opelations, traced out the road to he cleared, and batches of muen followed, cutting, sawving anI roiling logs. so thut by evening the work finished. So enl: t uiab tic were the. tha:t masny of them worked late clearing a track to the falls, past Mr Exton's property. Everrthing is now in order for the visit of the Railway Standing Committee. who will arrive at Vhlittirsea on Tueusday evening, the 17th. and on the 18th will motor to Cr Campbell's residence. Cr Campbell has been invited to accompany the Committee on their visit to the district. The feeling that there is a good prospect of a railway to the district has put life into the people. It was good to see Mr ;John Lawrey. M.1r Thom, Mr Nairue and many other old resi ...

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Hazelglen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Hazelglen. On Sunday afternoon, April 8th, a memorial service for the late Councillor Lewis Brock was held at St. John's, Hazelglen, a large number of people, including many of the shire councillors, being present. The church was most tastefully draped with black, relieved by quantities of very beautiful white flowers A tribute to the late Mr Brock as a public spirited man and a personal friend was paid by Mr Croker, who also expressed the sympathy of all with lrs Brock and the bereaved family; and the note of a sure and certain resurrection was struck by Mr Sharpe in the beautiful rendering of the " Dead March ' and other beauti ful music. 'Tis sweet, as yeir by year. we lose Friend- out of sight in faith to use ; How grows in Par'Jdise our store-" The harvest thanksgiving will be held on Sunday next. A revision court for the Whittle sea division of the Legislative As sembly will be held at the court house, Whittlesea, at 10.30 a.m. on 12th May.

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Commonwealth Conversion Loan. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Commonweath Conversion Loan. " The Commonwealth Treasury is now offering Conversion terms to holders of Stock and Bonds in the Commouwealth 5 per cent.. Loan. which matures on 15th Septenaber, 1923. Holders are being aiven the opl,ortuni:y of exchanging their existing holdings fr stock or Bonds in a further Commonwealth :,oan. issued at 5 per cent. with a currency of twenty-five years. A feature of the Prospectus is that appli. cants for conver-ion into the new rtack or Bonds, will be pai 1 by the Comunonwealth Government, on the 15th June. 1923, a cashi bonus at the rate of £l per £100 converted, which really has the effect of reducing the cost price of the new issue to t99 -a:d increases the yield to about £5 Is Sd per cent. per annum over the who'e period of twenty.-five years. This Loan has the merit of beingr issued at an attractive rate of interest. orer a, very long period. As the general trend of interest rates is downward, and there is a widespread belief that they will con...

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ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

ELTHAM. (FROM lOUR COrIIRESPON.DEN"). In connection with the Eltham Dis trict cricket competition the James cup will be presented to the winners (Diamond Creek) at Diamond Creek hall to morrow evening. A dance has been arranged, so as to bring together he people of the other districts partici pating in the cricket competition A good attendance is expected. On Saturday evening a good crowd attended the public hall committee's euchre party and dance 'Good music was supplied, and Mr Gollings was M1.O. A generous programme enabled those present to fully enjoy the evening. The euchre was well contested, espe cially in the ladies' section, where, Mrs Bowman' and Mrs Stafford played off for the prize. The results were as follows :-Gentlemen (ist :prize), Mr G. Birchall; booby. F. (Doctor) Scott; ladies (Ist prize), Mrs Stafford; booby, Miss M urphy.. It is anticipated that a fair profit will be realized. 4Football is again coming into its own.. 'ricket. will finish on April 2r, wheni the l...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Tennis. The Kangaroo Ground club held their annual. tennis tournament during the ,Easter holidays. Good entries were receive.d from the Hurstbridge, Steel's Creek, \Vattle Glen and Yarra Glen clubs. Many interesting sets were played in the preliminaries on Easter 'Saturday, though a strong breeze interfered considerably with the play. The most sparkling set was Lawrey Bros. (Steel's Creek), owe 30, v. Cary and Lawrey (Steel's Creek), owe 40. The set was won by the former couple after a strenuous game, in which the whole four gave a good exhibition of free driving, volleying and serving. The winners, however, fell an easy prey to Cooke and Harris (Hurstbridge), owe 50, later in the day. The semi-hnals and finals were played on Easter Monday, and, with the exception of the mixed double final, the exhibition of tennis was poor. Cooke and Harris (Hurstbridge&, owe 5o, defeated Bird and Twyford (Wattle Glen), owe 40, 6--2. Misses Flem ming and Fletcher (Yarra Glen). owe 30, defea...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Roads to Hurstbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Roads to H?I* ustbridge. Councillors White, Leach and San ton (representing th. Greensborough riding of the Heidelberg shiire)'wit ed on 'the Whittlesea shire council at Wednesday's meeting in connec tion with Bannon's lane and Haley's gully road. '' Cr.i White explained that the road was a boundary one, four miles"in length, and he approved of ;doing . portion at a time and be done with it. He asked.the Whittlesea council to join in and put it in reasonriable order. People get axle deepon the way into Hurstbridge, and one lady was nearly killed. There was £100 on the estimates for the road, and they, had hoped to get £250 from the Commonwealth, but that had been applied to, the boulevard. He would rather favor an overdraft so that thd people might get to market and to the Hurstbridge station. The President (Cr. B. McCormack) said there was £150 on the estimates for Haley's gully road. Cr. Leach said that last year ,the. road leading from the bridge was in a terrible condition,, and...

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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Methodist Church. The quarterly meeting of the Dia mond Creek circuit was held at the residence of Mr F. Thompson, Cottle's Bridge, on Saturday afternoon, 7th inst, Mr W. Collom presiding. Mr W. Campbell (senior steward) and others gave encouraging reports of progress in the various centres. At tendances are being well maintained, there is an increase in the membership, and the various Sunday schools are flourishing. The balance-sheet for the quarter showed a -credit balance of LiS tos. Special mention was made of the ten days' missi?n by Mr Gibbs at Diamond Creek. Its influence was felt as a distinct spiritual, uplift and means of blessing to the district. The week night prayer meeting at Diamond Creek has been found helpful, and it was decided to have similar prayer meetings at Arthur's Creek and Cottles Bridge. The harvest thanksgiving at Arthur's Creek was a great success financially, the people giving most willingly, and, in addition, gifts of pro duce were sent to the Cheltenh...

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Picnic at Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Picnic at Eltham. The annual picnic for the children attending St. Mary's Sunday school was held in the church grounds on Easter Tuesday afternoon. The arrangements were in the hands of Miss Sweeney, assisted by lady and gentlemen parishioners, and amongst the visitors was the Rev. J. Norris. After games of cricket and rounders had heen indulged in, the following programme of races was negotiated : Boys over io, J. Newton i, J. Nett 2, F. Brolaw 3. Boys 7 to 9, G. Crowe I, G. Newton 2, J. Carrucan 3. Boys 6 to 8, K. Carrucan, I, B. Crowe 2, C. Anderson 3. Consolation race, Ray Flannigan r, B. \Vest 2, P. Carrucan 3. Girls over to years, Rose Teagle ,, Reta Teagle 2, Phylis Anderson 3. Girls 7 to 8, C. Kaye I, B. Carrucan 2, Violet Teague 3. Girls 6 to 8, E. Teagle i, J. Teagle 2. Consolation race,. M. Kaye i, Jos. Smith 2, Florence Brennan 3. At the conclu sion of the programme the little ones were entertained at afternoon tea, which included a plentious supply of cakes, fruit and s...

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Eltham Police Court. (Before Messrs Smithers (chairman) and Wraight, J.P.'s). [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Eltham Police Court. -. (Before Messrs Smithers (chairman) and W\raight, J.P.'s). Dr. Cordner v. Kendall, debt, £8 i8s 6d --Order for amount, 15s costs. Constable Rose v Lacey, no rear number on motor cycle.-Fined £r. ,Constable Rose v. Lacey, no motor license.-Fined . r. Constable "Sargent v. Griffiths, truancy (two charges).--Fined 2s. •Constable Sargeiit. v. Mills, truancy (two charges).-Fined as. 4 ' tilne v. Johnson, 1garpishee, J Thompson, £14 15s, 6d.--Order fo amount with 14s 6d costs. , ] H. _R-ose--granted a carrier's license3. Constable D)unk proceeded against foir youths 'in the children's court for larceny of apples. Fined £r, rts'costs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Undew'ilw'Miarigme'Lt. Andrew's Store V. O. &G. R. KRICK (Late AI.F:) General Grocers and Produce Merchants. Order, Called for and -Delivered. --- A TRIAL SOLICITED. If Satisfied Tell OTHERS. If Not Toll Us. 1--O To . C- I. .a. W. S. Henderson TIS HES to notify the Putlic thu lie has cowmenced a WEEKLY SERVICE from IiIELBOURNE ,n PANTON HILL via Dia mni:t l Cre-k,. rev-ry Monday. Londs up ,n TIw,, 'lcys-- 30. per tot,. Corresptondence Promptly Attended to, Picnic Pattie.:. Tinins Met. ADDnESS :-" THE DELL " (next Goldman's), Panton Hill. Northcote Furniture Coy. 54 HIGH STREET, NORTHOCOTE CORNER WESTGARTH S TIEET. Country Clients can get off at Wesrg-,th Station (Three ,Minutes from Shop), andll G:,ods will be foriva.Rldd to a,.v Ad'i.resSs. All Kinds of Furniture Bought and Sold. W T. MORAN. For Those who have to Rise in the Early Hours A WES'TOLOX ALARM ;ýýo fnot nll elements of risck and g lW y s Qý makes punctuality certain. A n',_':+;i r. 4 a V h i.: , jWeste(:elox (?C....

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Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Methodist Churc?'- Services \lethindist C'huirch Services, ~will be held es follows : SU,.rs A', AP.PtIL 15, 1923 Diamond.. Creek, 11:. a.n., M.\r Iuglis; 7.15 p.m.,. Iri.Collom. Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m., Mr Iuglis Cottle's Bridge: 3 p.m.," Mr-.Collom. Hursthridge,:7 .15 p.m., Il? MeWiggin: Tanck's Corner. 3 p.m., Mr Campbell Pantpao ill,'7"0 p.m., M.1r Inglis I Wattle Glen, 7 15 p.m., Mlir Rose: ? ; ,

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Church Services. April 15-2nd Sunday after Easter Church of hEnghiud Services will he held as follows :- Hfurstbridge, 11 a.m. Queenstown. 3.30 p. m. Panton:Hill, 7.30 p.mn. . ev E. Selwy! Chase:

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Eltham Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Eltham Shire Council. I MONTHLY M EETING. The councillors met at the, shire hail, Kangaroo Ground, on Mo,.day. Present: Councillors Bradbury (pre sident), Smedley, Hubbard, Andrew, Bath, Campbell, Shallard, \White and Hewitt. CORRESPONDENCE. Country Roads Board, approving of the following expenditure under the Federal-State grant :--Fenton's road, £150; No 1 creek (Kinglake), £150; work at Gunn's corner, £120; regrad ing Hall road, £100. In addition the board will approve of £225 being spent on the Kinglake-Yarra Glen roads pro ided the work is not of a maintenance character.-Included in the amounts to be spent were £50 each for Steel's Creek and Upper Dixon's Creek and £85 on Foster's Cutting. No 1 creek work will be gone oh with first. Same, approving of the acceptance of the tender of '!. C. Hodgson for the Balee-Kangaroo (round road, and the tender of F. H. Thomson for clear ing and grubbing on the Kinglake Kinglake East road ; also that the tenders for ('ottle s road and the H ...

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Whittlesea Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

. Whittlesea Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. The councillors met at Mernda on Wednesday. Present : Counc;llors B. McCormack (president), Downie, Thomas, Reid, Hurrey, Murphy, Browne, Butler. Morgan, Cornfoot and Clarke. An apology was received from Cr Mitch-ll. CORRESPONDENCE. M enicipal Association, asking for motions to be submitted at the con ference in June.--\iotions to be sent in by May meeting by any councillor interested. Same, re war service, home, stating that the Minister will receive a depu tation on April 20, at 11.30, and ask ing for a representative.-Cr Thomas was appointed. Country Roads Board, stating that ,the request for completion of works -on the Scrubby Creek deviation (King lake- \\ hittlesea road) will receive con :sideration during the next financial year. Railway Department, with regard to drainage at Whittlesea, offering no objection to the lined channel being constructed on the north side of the main road instead of the south, pro vided the council will b...

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THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, APRIL 13, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate   Published Every Friday Afternoon   HURSTBRIDGE, APRIL 13, 1923. Local and General. Eltham council report appears on page four. " The Race," by Kooka burra, cricket, and Pantou Hill con cert are held over until our next issue. The first electric train to Eltham will arrive on Sunday morning at 10.50. A Sunday school anniversary will be held in the Hurstbridge hall on Snnday next.. Mr Albert A. Haynes will hold his Greensborongh fortnightly market on Monday next. The Hurstbridge Progress and Fruitgrowers' Association will meet on Thursday evening next. In our report of the Queenstown sports a name was omitted from the list of the ladies' committee-that of Mrs Steinmann, who was one of the. most energetic workers. A notice appears from the Eltham and Glen Park Progress Association with reference to the proposed King lake railway.   A lantern lecture, entitled Through Canada the land of the Maple leaf, will be gi...

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Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Diamond Creek. (FROM OUR, CORRESPONDENT). One of the most gorgeous displays ever seen was held in the Diamond Creek hall on Saturday evening, when the crowning of the queens in con nection with the carnival held on behalf of the local institute was per formed. The hall was decorited with streamers and balloons, and the blend ing of the colors showed great taste on the part of Mrs Reeves and her com mittee. The hall was crowded to its utmost. Miss Poole was elected Queen of Football with 16,684 votes, valued at £69 10s 4d; Miss B. Lawrey, Queen of Tennis, 14,110, £58 15s 10d ; Miss Paul, Queen of Cricket, 4,890, £20 7s 6d. Owing to the Queen of Cricket retiring, Miss Paul stepped into the breach at the last moment. Miss Poole had as maids of honor Lily Bourke, Eve Peters; train-bearers, Nancie Edmonds, Trixie Heddle. Miss Belle Lawrey-Maids of honor, Gevess Lawrey, Jean Bass : train hearers, Nancy Whittaker and June Potter. Miss Paul- Maids of honor, Joyce Whittaker, Lorna Gilding; t...

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Eden Park Deviation. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923

Eden Park Deviation. A joint letter;, signed by T. _b?eil, L. Petersbri; T. Chelkett Tol,ias Butler and 22 other residents of Eden Park, was read at the WVhittlesea councilmineeting on t Wed nesday, stating that a large proportion of the residents who signed-the peti tion presented by Cr Downie against theproposed deviation through Clarke's property, Whittlesea, were non-rate payers The writers quote the report of the engineer, Who states " that the proposed deviation is very suitable to road constructio?, and the cost iw;ill be moderate. To' regradd any if the gradients on the existing road would necessitate a cutting 25-feet deep, and then' a grade inferior to the deviation would be the resuilt. I have no hiesi tation-in recomnmernding the deviation." The writers' contend that they are in a position to prove that many of the per sons who signed the petition were not cognizant of the facts. Cr Butler, speaking against the peti tion of the last meeting, pointed out that the nieeting...

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