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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D. NICHOLSON .~TISHES to inform the Residents of the District that he V P~V i haS purchased the- above Busireess from Mr. C. V. Col lard, and has- Full Strck° c lf' -Oroceriy, Ironinono ery; eCrcckery, Drapery, Clothi,ng, Etc. We specialise iti Suits to Measure. Satis faction Guaranteed. Large Range of S.amples 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 he as near the City as possible. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. Hurstbridge Bakery. M. MORELAND W ISHES to notify the Public of Hursthridge and Surrounding District that he has purchased Mr Bndey's Business, and having a First.class Baker is in a position to supply a Good Loaf of Bread. Brown Bread and Small Goods a Specialty. "Wattle Oafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION.N HU RSTB RIDG E. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DORSET HOUSE, HURSTBRI DGE. ----o -- o Under Ne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 April 1923
H. G. PURCELL, FRUIT AND CO)MMISSION AGENT. VICTORIA I1iIJKET, MELBOURNE. W' ISIIFHS to innform Frnitgrowers that he is prepared to recei e Consign nments of Fruit? til I'roduce. Further particulars and Labels on Appli e tion. PRIVATIE ADDRESS : TOWN IIALL AVENUE, PRESTON. E. J. ANDREW, Authorised News Agent, - New Premises - EP Opposite Railway Station, ' ELTHAM. Stationery, School Requisites, Periodicals, Advertisements Received Library ELTHAM Hardware Store (Opposite Railway Station. Just opened with a varied stock of- S AWS, Hammers, Nails, .Shovels, Screw. drivers, and every article required in a HOUSE or on a FARM. Try our Jams, Pickles, Sauces, Cu and Saucers, etc. Pianos PIANOS AND ()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 Cockbill's High Grade Manures. Establishedl over 60 Years. BONE AND BLOOD MANURE. A concentrated Manure of nearly donh!e the stu.ength in Nitrogen of ordinary Bone Dust. ...
Panton Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Panton Hill. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT). A convert and dance was held on Friday evening last in aid of a fund inaugurated for the purpose of erecting a Memorial Crosz to perpetuate the memory of the gal lant boes of Panton Hill who paid the supreme sacrifice in the great war. The noble patriotic cause attracted manypeople: from surrounding districts, with the result that. the hull was well filled. A good con= cert programme had been promised, and the general' verdict of the audience was that it was one of the best ever heard in the Pan. ton Hill hall. l iss Lorna Reid was the general favorite, and in the second part of the programme had to respond to no less than three encores. The singing of kliss J. Bell and \liss Maud I-I:.rri;gton found great appreciation, while the violin solos of Mr Alberto Zel.,.an held the audience spell bound. Mr C. H. Ford's comic songs, as usual, caused much merriment The Rev E. S. Chase presided. and the programme wa~ rendered as follows: -Song. "The pow der...
Mernda. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Mernda. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) On the 5th inst the annual 'picnic of the ilaytield Presbyterian Sabbath school was held at Mernda, and proved a great success. The children gathered about i1.30 a.m., and the superinten dent and his energetic assistants, Mes dames Thomas, Muir, Stanborough, and Leach, and -Mr Alex. Anderson, who were ably assisted by others pre sent, got the first' meal ready, which the children heartily partook of and thoroughly enjoyed. Systematic racing was carried out under the able supervision of Miss Grace Thomas, who had charge of the prizes, and the capable help of Mr Alex Anderson, who officiated as handicapper and starter. Each class raced by itself, and every child gained a prize, being allowed to pick in the order in which they came in in a race. Miss Thomas is the assistant teacher at S.S. 488, Merida, and being very efficient and knowing the children well her help was invaluable, whilst M r Anderson seemed to renew his youth whlilst with the children. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
L OST from Smith's Gully, BAY HORSE one white hind foot, white blaze, no shoes, knee marked; reward.-J. WIL LIAMS, Smith's Gully. G I OOD Solid SPRING CART for sqle, middle spring, patent axle, suit de livery work. Apply-JouNsox, Arthur's Creek Post Office. G IRL Wanted to assist with housework. Apply--Mies. H. SCARCE, Melton. Shire of Eltham. ENDERS addressed to the President, are invited and will be received up to 11 a.m. Monday, the 7th May, 1923, at the Shire Hall, Kangaroo Ground, for the undermentioned work : Contract 7/23-Clearing, Earthwork and Culverts on Fenton's Road, King lake. Specifications may be seen at Messrs Woodcock and McCormack's Office, 430 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, and at Kinglake Hotel, Kinglake. P. J. McMAHON, Shire- Secretary. Yarra Glen-- Memorial Tablet. rT -IE MosT RSv. UIARRINGTON CLARE LEES, MI.A., D.D., Will UNVEIL a MEMORIAL TABLET' in St. Paul's Church, Yarra Glen, to thle lit'Private liolding on Tuesday, 24th April, at 7.30. A Welcome will ...
Kinglake. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Kinglake. The Railways Stardliig Committee again visited Kinglake for the purpose of making a further inspection of the district. They were accompanied by some of the leading residents of ihe district, including Coun cillor Campbell, who acted as guide. The party lunched at Mr Frank Thom son's Kinglake hotel, and then proceeded to Kinglake East. A 'representative party from Christmas Hills was also present Several head of stock are impoun ded at Yan Yean. A proposal came before the Hurst bridge Progress Association last night to have the mails leave at 5.57 instead of 4.8 p.m. The petition from Hurstbridge requesting that a township be pro claimed, has been forwarded to the authorities, but no reply has been received by the council. Until it is a township there will be no water area. The Education Department has granted permission to children at tending schools in the Shire of El tham to take part in the Commemo ration Service which is to be held in the Memorial Park at Kangaroo Gro...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Methodist Church Services i etlhodist Church ,erviccs will he held as follows : SIJNDTA . APPRIL 22, 1923 Diamond C:eek. II a m., .1Mr Collom; 7.15 p in.. Mr Rose. Artl.hur's Creek, 3 lmn.. Mr Collom. Cottle's Bridge, 3 p.m., Mr Rose I-ursthridge, 7 15 p m., .\r ionllnm. Research, 3.30 p.m.. Mrs V. Collom Panton Ilil.7.::0 p.m., :.ir alcWi._an Wattle Gien. 7 15 p m.. Mr Collom
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Football. A meeting of football enthusiasts was held in the Kangaroo Ground hall last Saturday night, when- the following officers were elected for the ensuing year :-President, Mr A. Cassell ; vice-presilents, Messrs C. Wraight, and W. Andrews; delegates, Messrs R. Rogers, J. Stevenson and 0. Lacey; treasurer, Mr .T. Stevensoni ; hon. secretary, Mr Ray Rogers. It was decided to hold a working bee to get the ground in order on the 30th April. Intending helpers please note. Kangaroo tround first match will be played against Templestowe on the lccal ground. The local boys are in great heart and other clubs this year will have to look to their laurels. The Hurstbridlge team will visit Diamond Creek to-morrow and have a try-out against the local team. .Mr Chalmers' motor truck will leave for Diamond Creek at 2.30 p.m.
Cricket. QUEENSTOWN v. KINGLAKE. Queenstown, 1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Cricket. QUEENSTOWN v. KINGLAKE. Queenstown, 1st Innings. W. Marriott, b. Murphy ....... 16 L. O'Brien, not out . .. ,....... 67 J. Healy, c. Laver, b. Morris .. 29 A. Luckman, senr., c. MeMahon, b. Morris ............ .. 7 W. Spicer, run out ........ 8 R. Hirt. b. Morris ..... .. .. 0 E. Spicer, b. Morris ........ 1 J. Muller, b. 'Murphy . ....... 0 C. H. Peake, b. Morris ...... . J. Dugdale, run out . ......... 0 Sundries ............... 2 Nine wickets for . ..... 130
Diamond Creek. CRICKET SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Diamond Creek. CRICKET SOCIAL. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). The Eltham' District "Cricket Atso ciation ended up their seaso'n with a social evening in the Diamond Creek Hall on Saturday. There was a splendid attendance from the, various cricket 'clubs of' the Association, and they all spent a. pleasant and happy; evening. During, the evening Mr. J. Drohan, of Eltham, presented. a: magnificent silver cup, mounted: on a fiddleback stand, to Mr. Birchell (president of th'e Association), Who then presented it to the captain of the winning team (A. Gosstray, Diamond Creek). Mr. Drohan, in -preseiiting the 'cup, said it gave him much pleasure. It is to be won three times before it can be claimed. He was pleased to. see such a number of cricketers from the other clubs, which showed the splendid feel ing that existed between the clubs. Mr. Birchell, on receiving the cup on behalf of the Association, thanked Mr. Drohan for his splendid gift in a very neat speech. He then presented the cup to Mr...
Yarra Glen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Yarra Glen, A very successful bazaar in aid of the R.S.A. building was held on Sat urday and Easter Monday, the nett profit therefrom being £97, and great praise is due to the ladies of the com mittee, who ran the bazaar--entirely by their own efforts. Such organisa tion is commendable, and the mem bers of the League could very well take notice, and use this as an ex ample to better and smoother work ing. The League greatly appreciates all that has been done for it in the past, and wishes to thank all con cerned. The R.S.A. meeting was held in Mr. R. J. Lithgow's paddock on April 11, and some splendid racing was wit nessed. In two races especially the verdict was a short neck. The -races were patronised almost wholly by visitors, and locals, with few excep tions, failed to answer the roll-call; but, in spite of this, a handy profit will result. To the many helpers ladies and gentlemen--outside the League--who so willingly helped in the booth and otherwise, the commit tee offer their...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Under New Managemqnt. Andrew's Store, E IL T I AIVI. V.O. & G. R. KRICK (Late A.I.F.) General Grocers and Produce Merchants. Orders Called for and Delivered A TRI AL SOLICITED. If Satisfied Tell OTHERS. If Not Tell Us. I OTOROj CARR YIlT G9 W. S. Henderson. W ISHES "T notify tliE Pu' ic thn ie h has coumcen,.ed : WEEKLY SERVICE fron, MiELBOURNE in PANTON HILL via Di, imondi Crr,--k. e ervy Mocday. Lo.ds up to Two Tons-30e. per ton,. Correspondence Promptly Attended to Picnic Pa, ties. Trains i!,'t. ADDRES :-" THE DELL " (next Goldman's), Panton Hill. Northcote Furniture Coy. 54 HIGHi STREET, NORTHOCOTE CORNER W?ESTGARTH ~sTE:'rET. Country Clients can ,et off at \Vestgn,thl Station (Three Minutes front Shop), anid Gods will he fo, wanded ,o ar.y Addlres. All Kinds of Furniture Bought and Sold. W. T. MORAN. For Those who have to Rise in the Early Hours .i'" ,,, &lt; A WESTCLOX ALARM · .. 'y'fc t? ('CLOCK is invainable. It cuts S:z. ," . .'ý- . A,-?k~k ourt all etements...
ROADS TO HURSTBRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
ROADS TO HURSTBRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER Sir,-Did I read your report rightly of the last meeting of the Whittlesea Shire ComiciL that a conference is to be held during the week with councillors from the Whittleset?-Heidelberg shires of the rid ine~ adjoining Hursthridge with a view to remove all, or a portin of the 1oo0, ai ready on tile Whittlesea council estimates, to hbe ex.er.(ded in widening the road from Brahazon'e corner, and also doing away with that dangerous part known as Cape Born. It would appear that one councillor l]new the dangerous state of the road, and although uaplarently beaten by a vote, is determined to see fair play to the residents in a very much neglected part of the Whit tlesea shire, adjoinining one of the most rap idly .rising towns in Victoria. Thousands of people visit the locality during holidays and week ends, and many are preparing honme , as with electricity and other great conveniences it is made so close to Mel bourne, but if on aligh...
Steel's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Steel's Creek. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) The rennis Club gave Mr and Mrs Dow ner a surprise party on Saturday night to ~wish them bou vojage at their home, and it was quite a success. About forty people arrived at 8 o'clock and took charge of Mr and Mrs Downer's home. Mr J. W. Lawrey, vice-president of the club, made a presentation to Mr and Mrs Downer, on behalf of the club, of a travel= ling rug, and spoke very highly of them both, and wished them good luck and a safe return. Cr. C. H. Bath also spoke in glowing terms, and regretted that owing to Mr WV. Hubbard (president) having a cold he was unable to attend the function. "For they are Jolly Good Fellows" was then sung ii a very hearty way by the clut members. Mr Downer, in responding on behalf of himself and wife, thanked the members for the splendid way- they had come alongto wish them good-bye, and also for the nice present, which would be very useful during their tour. (Cheers). Games' and cards helped to fill the pro gramme...
Hazelglen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Hazelglen, (FROM A. CORRESPONDENT.) On- Sundav l?st the harvest festival was held at St. John's. The church was pret tily decorated, and a large number of offer ings were made, and large congregation was present. Mr Sharp added much to the fes tival nature of the service by presiding at the organ. On Monday. evening there was a large at tendance at the auction sale of gifts. by Mr J. Laidley, which' brought in the very sit isfactory sum of £21. On sunday, April 29, at 3, the:Rev. G: E. Downton, of the A.B.M., will preach on missions to New Guinea, and on the 30th'he will shlio a film in St. John's.
Queenstown. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Queenstown. On March 21st a very enjoyable evening was spent in the Queenstown Hall, the occasion being a kitchen tea, tendered to Miss Fitch by her many friends in the district. The hall was tastefully decorated by Mrs. O'Brien, and on the centre of the platform was displayed a beautiful Queensland maple tray, with silver handles, and inscribed: "To Miss C. Fitch, on the eve of her marriage; from the Queenstown Cricket Club." The evening was spent in dancing, games, and singing, Mrs. Luckman, Miss Goodwin, and Mr. Jules Healy supplying the music. The presenta tions were made by Mr. C. H. Peake, president of the cricket club. Mr. Marriott suitably returned thanks on behalf of Miss Fitch.
TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
TIME-TABLE. From Melbourne. To Melbourne" Leave Arr. Arr. Leave Leave Arr. Melb. Elth. . B. . H.B. Eltham. Meli a.mr. a.m. 5.50 6.36 7.20 - 6.25 7.5 7.13 7.50 - 6.30 6.55 7.35 8.0 8.40 9.14 7.38 8.3 8.44 9.40 10.21 - - 9.16 9.55 11.0 11.41 - 10.20 10.55 11.35 p.m. p.m. 11.10 11.58* 1.20 2.30 3.15 - 2.15 2.55 3.40 4:21 - 4.8 4.33 5.15 4.40 4.51 5.49 | - 5.32 .6.14 5.32 6.13 6.42 5.57 6.25. 7.11 6.30 7.11 7.39 1 6.45 8.35 9.15 9.20 10.21 - I - 10.15 10.55 11.25 12.5 - I *To Hei'elberg Market fruit van attached to 5.57 train from Hurstbridge. Saturdays-Arrive in Eltham from '1el bourne at 6 36. 7.50. 8.44, 10.21, 12.1, 1.4, 2-4, 3.0, 4.40. 6.20, 7.41, 9 42. 12.5. Depart 1I:theln :it 6.25, 6 55, 8 3, 9 15, 11.15. 12.28. 1.29, 2 13, 2.55, 3.53, 533, 6.59, 8.55, 9.15, 10.35. Saturda s-Arriive in Hurstbridge at 7.20, 9.14, 2.33, 3.30, 6.0 (connecting train departs Eliham 5.40 for Hurstbridge), 8.11, and 12.34 (Sund;iy morning). Depart Hurstbridge at 6.30, 7.38, 1.5, 2.37, 5.8, 6'34, 8.40 (...
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Hlursthridge v. Kinglake. Hurstbridge-lst innings 140. 2nd Innings. A1. Verso. b Morris ... ... 2 Shauhun, b Morris ... 0 W. Sinclair, b Hunt ... ... 3 .1. Sinclair, c sub, h Hunt ... 6 A. J. Verso. b .Morris ... ... lo Mills, b Morris ..... 7 Wilson, h Morris ... ... 1 Gilding.c sub. b Hunt ... 0 Moore, h Hunt ... ... 5 Cox. not out ... ... 2 F. Milne, c Thomson, b Hunt ... 8 Sundries .. ... 2 46 Bowling.--Morris, 5 for 19; R. Hunt,5 for 25. Kinglake-Ist innings 91. 2nd Innings. Morris, c Mills, b Wilson ... .. 0 Lawrey. b Wilson ... ... 0 J. MUrphy. c and h Verso ... 11 R. Hunt, b Wilson ... ... 6 Laver, c Gilding. b Wilson ... 13 McMahon, b Verso ... 3 Thomson. b Verso ... ... 11 McHail, not out ... ... 2 R. Murphy, c Gilding, b Verso ... o G. Mills, absent ... ... 0 Curtain. absent ... ... 0 Sundries .. ... 4 50 Bowling.-C. Wilson. 4 for 29; A. Verso, 4 for 17. Queenstown v. Kangaroo Ground. Queenstown-1st Innings. J: Healey, b Johnstone ... .....
ELTHAM ELECTRIFIED 50 PER CENT. MORE TRAINS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
ELTHAM ELECTRIFIED 50 PER CENT. MORE TRAINS: As the firsa "lectric passenger train entered 'the Eltham station at 9.50 on unday 'morning over 200 reaidents greeted it with cheera, and at the entrance Cr. Andrew and Mr Barbe? i eld. ' silk ribbon, .across the line, 'liwch was cut by ?rs 5. W. H. Bradbury (wife of the Shire Pre-. sident) with a pair of silver scissors, and also on the return journey. The scissors will be a nice memento for Mrs Bradbury, as they are an ele gant pair, and on the case are engrav ed on a silver shield her initials L.J.B., 1923-under the lettering "Shire of. Eltham." The ribbon was sold in pieces, the proceeds go ing towards the hall funds. The journey from Melbourne was done in forty minutes (schedule time), Driver F. Bond bringing the train in, and Driver G. Smith mak ing the return trip. The station is in-charge of Mr Harrison.. A trial run was made the previous day, with the officials of the depart ments on board. Amongst the local people on the platfo...