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Orange Blossoms. BENEY—SUTHERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Orange Blossoms. BENEY-SUTHERLAND. At the Whittlesea Presbyterian Church on Thursday, March ,r5, the mariaige ways cilebrated of Fracik. H., secbld son of Mr and Mrs G. 'Beney, of WVhittlesea, to Emma Freda, ~third daug h'ter of ~ir and Mrs George Sbtherland, of "Richlands," Whittle sea. The Re'v. J. Raff officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of ivory satin, trimmed with seed pearls, and the veil (lent by her sister, Mrs J. MacDonald) was held in place by a tiara of pearls and orange blossom. The bride car ried a shower bouquet of white roses, asters and chrysanthemums, with tulle streamers. The bridesmaids -- the Misses Marjorie and Mavis Sutherland -were in pale pink Fugi silk frocks, prettily trimmed with silver tinsel and hand made flowers, hair bands of silver leaves and carried bouquets of pale pink carnations and asparagus fern, the bouquets being the gifts of the bridegroom The best man was Mr Plete Butler, and MIr Ron McIn tyre supported him a...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Marriage. BENEY--SUTHERLAND.- On March 15, 1923, at the Presbyterian Church, Whittlesea, by the Rev. J. Raff, Frank H., second son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Beney, of Whit- tlesea, to Emma Freda, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs George Sutherland, of &nbsp; " Richlands," Whittlesea. In Memoriam. COHEN.-In loving memory of my dear husband, Woolf Cohen, who passed away April 13, 1921, loving father of Rachael (Mrs McKendrick), and stepfather' of George Thomas and Polly (Mrs Adams).
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, APRIL 20, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
THIE (tltham and WxhittleS~ $Slires dertitiger AND lin?uaond redk Talet ýadvroratc Published Every Friday ..4fternon HURSTBRIDGE, APRIL 20, 1923. Local aid: General. Several reports appear on page 4. Tenders close on Thursday next for Eltham shire contracts, and other tenders are returnable by May 7. Rosanna possesses one place of business, and yet a piece of land has just been sold for £10 a foot. Mr H. H. Clark will hold his fort nightly Eltham market on Thursday next, owing to Wednesday being An zac Day. A sale of gifts in aid of the Suth erland Home (Diamond Creek) will be held in the Mernda hall on Satur day, April 21. A euchre party and dance will be held in the Kangaroo Ground hall on Saturday, May 5, and a balloon and novelty dance, on May 18. A paddock pitrty will be held at Research on Saturday, May 19, in aid of the Church of England build ing fund, when there will be various stalls, competitions, &c. On Saturday, April 28, a film will be shown in the new Parish h...
Whittlesea. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Whittlesea. (FROM3 OUR CORRESPONDENT). Christ Church new Parish Hall was opened on Easter Sunday afternoon by a special service. About 160 people attended. On Easter Monday night, Christ Church Young Men's Club opened the social side with a social and dance. The hall was crowded - the largest gathering Whittlesea has had for many a day. The building is 02 ft. by 35 ft. over all, constructed of hardwood and fibro. with principal roof. The main h;ill is 55 ft. by 30 ft., with a special floor of Rubicon mountain ash, sea soned by the Government Forestry Department at Newport. The billiard room. 18 by 30, contains an up-to-date Alcock billiard table and. fittings. There is also a supper room and dressing rooms. A new "Concord" piano has just been added to the equipment of the hall. The architect (MIr. G. H. Pattison. of M?alvern). and th9 contractor (Mr. Thornton. of this town) are to be complhinented on the design and work of the hall.
GIRLS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
GIRLS' CLUB. Being an interested spectator at the meeting of the Eltham Girls' Gymnastic Club on Tuesday evening, I. was surprised to see what advance ment the girls have made, as all the exercises performed were really good.. Miss M. Frizelle performs the duties of instructress admiirably, and is particular that each exercise must be perfect, or as near -perfec tion as possible. The girls them selves enter into the thing heart whole, and this spirit is the right one for the future success of the organisa tion. The club, socially, is a live one, and under its auspices a masked and fancy dress ball is being held. Evidently the Guild has adopted for its motto, "Nulli secundus," and ad herence to this motto will ensure sta bility for all time. The objects of the club are, briefly, to promote and foster good feeling amongst the young ladies of the locality, and en suring better development and health per medium of the exercises indulged in. The office-bearers are: Presi dent, Miss K. Sa...
ELTHAM FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
ELTHAM FLOWER SHOW. A flower show, conducted under the auspices of St. Margaret's Church of England, was held in the Public Hall on Saturday. Good entries were secured, and, considering the adverse season, the quality of the exhibits was good. Mr. Alston was the judge in the fruit and flower section, Mr. Smithers in the handwriting section, and a lady from the city was judge in the needlework and cookery sec tions. Mrs. Grant' swept the pool with her dahlias, and also secured champion rose prize of the show. The following are the prize-win ners: Champion Rose of Show: Mrs. Grant 1. Roses: Mr. Were ("Sunny brook") 1, Mrs. Grant 2. Cactus Dahlias: Mrs. Grant 1. Pmony Dah lias: Mrs. Grant 1. Collarette Dah lias: Mrs. Grant 1. Decorative Dah lias: Mrs. Grant 1. Antirrhinum: Mrs. Lloyd 1, Mrs. Caddy 2. Collection of Flowers: Mr. Butler 1. Bowl of Flowers: Rev. J. A. Peck 1, Rev. J. A. Peck 2. Three Single Chrysanthe mums: Rev. J. Peck 1. Bowl of Roses: Mr. Were ("Sunnybr6ok") 1, Mrs. Rut...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D. NICHOLSON W ISHES to inform the Residents of the District that he has purchased the above Business from Mr. C. W. Col lard, and has Full Stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Orcckery, Drapery, Clothing, Etc. We. specialise in Suits to Measure. Satis faction Guaranteed. Large Range of S.,wples 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. 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 Baker is in a position to supply a Good Loaf of Bread. Bown Bread and Small Goods a Specialty. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDG E. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DORSET HOUSE, HURSTBR1DGE. 0 Under New Management. iR . EWIN S, PRPOPR...
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
ELTHAM. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.m. On Monday week a very enjoyable fancy dress dance was held at "Koo ringarama," the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Boake, Eltham. A lot of young people were up from Melbourne, spending the week-end. The fun com menced about a quarter to seven o'clock. Everyone had dressed before dinner, and as each came in they were greeted by laughter and mur murs of approval. When all were seated, the room presented a gay and novel sight. There was a swarthy Sheik, sitting next to an Indian squaw; and there, an Eastern Tady sitting down to meat with a braw Scotch laddie, in kilt and sporan; and so on. It was a gay and mirth-pro ,voking meal. At about 7.30 they com the strains of a 'ramophone. Then, later on. about nine o'clock, lured by the moonlight and strains of music from the local hall, about 30 amusing and picturesque figures wandered down and joined in the dancing there. Great was the surprise of those in the hall when they saw -their entry. Among the more notic...
Methodist Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Methodist Sunday School. The Hurstbridge Methodist Sunday school held their anniversary last Sunday after noon. Mrs Collom addressed the school. taking as her text "What manner of child shall this be ?' There were special sing ing and recitations by the scholars. Par ents and friends came to see the children receive their prizes, and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. First among the elder girls was Nellie Street, and the first boys' prize went to Bert Street, also a special; prize for helpfulness in the school. Annie Cox gained the first prize amongst the little ones.. Three of the most regular and inter ested scholars-Connie, Doris anl Elva Gar diner-left the district during the year, which was regretted. Those present were pleased to see them again on Sunday, they having travelled altogether 116 niiles for the occasion. There hein no Sunnday sehool near their new home, Connie herself cor menced one, h.vin~ cat first only her two young sisters. Now tile number. ha in creased to ...
Correspondence. THE EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Correspondence. THE EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir.-I was much amused on read ing the alleged explanation given by the Eltham and Glen Park Progress Association as to why they took excep tion to :lr Everard's action in asking for a station instead of a "pick-up." From what Mr El. Tham said it ap pears that Mr Glen Park was not so much concerned what sort of a plat form they got so long as it helped to open up some land, and as it didn't come off they want to pin-prick the member. By the way, I have never seen him in Eltham, but understand he is always "knocking at the door" in our interests, and when one hears what Mr Progress says and also "the man in the train" about his thorough knowledge of the wants of his con stituency, one can only say "let the disgruntled members of the society go to blithering blazes," and allow the real progressive men of Eltham to guide us along a course where bicker ings and selfishness will not be toler ated.-Yours, &c., ELECT...
Heidelberg Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Heidelberg Shire Council. The monthly meeting was held in the Shire hall, Heidelberg, on Tues day evening, twelve members being present (Cr. G. Pitcher, president). CORRESPONDENCE. Greensborough juni'r footboll club applied for the football reserve during the football reason, and it is to have the use of the groundrprovided the senior club is not requiring it. Ranger W S. Laurie reported im pounding 18 head of stock and paying over £6 12s. Greensborough Progress Associa tion; re drainage from St. Helena road into Greensborough park.-En gineer to interview Country Roads Board. J. R. Barber, asking for erection of finger posts at Glen Park.--Referred to Engineer. Secretary Eltham Shire, asking the council to agree to re-paint Glen Park bridge as a joint work.-Eltham to be requested to supply specification and ostimate. Chief Commissioner of Police, stat ing willingness to receive a deputa tion re appointment of additional po lice for Greensborough and district. Secretary to arrange da...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
They conce with a trunt. lut they Uo with a smile; They c-an buy a foot, Or they c:in buy a mile Of the Very Best lIARDWOOr, BUILD. IN(i .AA tERIAL at Station Saw Mills TIMBER YARDS, HURbTBRIDGE. All the Same Phice up'to 20ft.. and t0 per cent. Cheaper than Elsewhere. , Ask our Agents--BERTRAND :and CHAMBERLAIN, to Serve you. Orders can be Left with Agents or Sent Direct to the Mill at Kinglake. Tp ICKETS and Cairds 'printted",at the I ADVEnsTISE Office. Carrying .Lusiness. IIUIISTBRIDGtE TG MELBOURNE, A. H. GRIMSHAW N OTIFIES tha public that he has cam menccd carryine fruit and all kinds of produce between llursthridge and Mel bourne on Monday, Wedunsday and Friday of each week. leavine Hurstbiidge at 4 p.m: Address-Wattle Glen. Hurstbridge to Kinglake Motor Service. J. D. CHALMERS 1?- OTOR WAGGON leaves Hurstbridge MIO Station three days weekly for Kinglake-r-MONDAYS, iWEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS-at 9.30 a,.m., meeting the first train from the City. Leaves Kinglake at 4.30 p.m., and me...
Mr. J. H. Foggie Killed. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
Mr. J. H. Foggie Killed. We are sorry to record the sudden death by accident of one of our staff, Mr James Henderson Foggie, which happened on Saturday afternoon last at about 5 p.m. in Nicholson Street, North Fitzroy, near the intersection of Pigdon Street. Mr Foggie had been visiting some friends, and was going to see his youngest son, Arthur, who lives at Kensington, and having his violin in his hand was waiting for the tram to come when a motor came along at a rapid pace and struck him. He was rendered unconscious, and very badly smashed about, dying almost immediately. The driver of the car, Matthew John Curtain, 29, was arrested on a charge of manslaughter, and will come before the court on Tuesday. He says that it was an accident. Mr Foggie, who resided at Upper Diamond Creek, was in the habit of spending &nbsp; the week-end visiting his family and friends around Melbourne, and always took his violin with him. He was born at Queenstown 62 years ago, and served his tim...
The Race. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 April 1923
The Race. Perhaps you've heard of Bill and Bert, And their famous temperance plan ; But since they've taken to the car, Each is quite a different man. Though they don't put a ban on the liquor, Or even complain of the cost; But a driver inclined to get shikker, May soon find his license endorsed: Now they're each got a galloping bedstead, And are happy when going the pace ; So one day, for a bit of diversion, Bert challenged Bill to a race. &nbsp; Though anxious to give Bill some pointers, The advice that he gave did not jar ; For while Bert may have had more expe- rience, Bill has got a more powerful car. So each saw to the accelerater, And got ready to open the throttles ; While for lunch that they'd be having later, Bert had put by a couple of bottles. At first when the race had been started, Bert soon had a bit of a lead ; But Bill on his top gear was going, And began to develop some speed. He soon was alongside of Bertie, Who started to shout more advice ; But the Dust ...
The Fruit Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 April 1923
The Fruit Industry. Reports to hand go to show that the display of fruit at the Royal Agri cultural Society's annual show in Syd ney was one of the best and most representative displays put u-p by growers. "The Leader" says that Mr. W. H. Everard, M.L.A., who was on a visit to Sydney, took advantage of the occasion in order to make com parisons for the benefit of Victorian growers. He received every courtesy from the secretary and president, and the officials in charge left nothing un done that could be done in order to provide him with information regardl ing the industry, and to make his visit interesting and enjoyable. Mr. Everard was particularly impressed with the magnificent display in the district exhibits, which took the form of five superb pyramids. The exhibits showed . a remarkable uniformity, both as regards quality and size. These exhibits were on a much larger scale than anything at the Melbourne show, but it has to be remembered that the Sydney show is held in the hei...
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 24. (Before Mr. W. G. Smith, P.M., and Messrs. E. W. Smithers, John Bell, and C. Wraight, Js'.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 April 1923
Eltham Police Court. " TUESDAY, APRIL 24. t (Before Mr. W. G. Smith, P.M., and ] Messrs. E. W. Smithers, John Bell, ( and C. Wraight, .Ts'.P.) I Eva Collard, of Greensborough, was fined 10/- and 10/- costs for travelling first-class on a second-class ticket be tween Heidleberg and Greensborough orn February 3. Her excuse to the checker was that she thought the sec- e ond-Glass compartments were full. c Walter James, Greensborough, was r also fined 10/- and 10/- costs for tray- r elling first on second between Macleod and Rosanna on February 3. He told 3 the checker he got into the train in a o hurry. o N. E. Lee v. E. J. Bailey, claim £7/18s: Order-for amiouit, and' 15?6' costs. ? Bodey v. Moreland, claim £25/14/i f Order for amount and 26/ costs. t Henry Hill was granted a carriers' ; license. CARRYING FIREARMS. Constable Dunk v.. Norman Edwards ' for carrying a pea-rifle at Hurstbridge I on Sunday, April 1. The evidence of r the police and a youth named Ronald d Milne was to the e...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 April 1923
1Methodist Church Services 'iethodist Church Servicee will be held as folinws: SUN)DAY, APRIL 29. 1923 Diamontid Creek. 11 a ni., Mr Saint; 7.15 p in.. Mr Collom. Althur':: (Crek, 3 p.m . '1r iSaint. Cottle's Briide., 3 p.m . Mr Spicer llursthridre. 7 15p im., :lr F.T'hompson Tanck'se r,rnrr, :1 p.m.. 1ir l!cWigign Resetrch, : 30 p.rn . Air Col!orn Panton Hill. 7:'0 p.m.. Mr saint Wattle GlWe. 7 15 p in., Mr McWivran
NOTABLE TOASTS. "THE KING!, GOD BLESS HIM!" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 April 1923
NOTABLE TOASTS. "THE KING !; GOD BLESS HIM !" Next to the toast of the "King" which is drunk every night in milit ary and naval officers mess, probably the most taoebed man in the world is Robert Burne, the poet. There are Burns' clubs in every nook .and corn er of the world, and Scots keep them up even on the battlefield, and when eer they forgather "the immortal memory" is toasted. One of the quaintest toasts is the bne and only of the Twc Pins Club. The name of the club, which is an equeetrian one, is derived from Tur pin and Gilpin, and the only toast permitted is to "Turpin's daring and Gilpin's respectability. ' The Mayor and Corporation of Ply mouth drink to the memory of Sir Franc's Proke every yo'ir, not because he 6:eat toe - r?',:-, :n .-. thi! frst Fnglishman to Eail round thz globe liut bccaus he2 first 'rcou,:ht ::at·r to the old borough. This is the ancient tand sol mn toast : "May the deScen dants of him who brought, water nev er want wine." A rather ambigtous toast,...
ARMY'S GUN DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 April 1923
ARMY'S GUN DOCTOR. -4--+- The guns Britain is using in France last much !onger than one has a" riht to expect, and pieces whcws normal life might be calculated at G,000 or 7,000 rounds fire 13,000 or 14,000 with out the loss of accuracy. Besides the guns. themselves, how ever, enormois crediit : is due to the gunners, ns .vell as to the character of the ammunition and to the people who make it at home. By no means the least important factor of the work of what are known as the mob ile ordnance workshops, being hospit' als for sick guns, which, like dressing stations for human casualties, are ever pushing up behind our lines. The establishment and machinery for handling and repairing big guns are unavoidably cumbersome, with the great cranes, dynamos, lathes, plan ers, and other heavy machinery tools which are needed. but one of these shops rushes up into new waste coun try where the whole area of the shop has to be paved or floored before a lorry or a gun can be moved in it. A shop ...
Rifle Club Match. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 April 1923
Rifle Club Match. A rifle match between teams re presenting the Diamond Creek and St. Kildr rifle clubs took place at Smith's Gully range. Much appre ciated refreshments were partaken of on arrival, and St. Kilda commenced the firing from 500 yards, the teams shooting in groups of three. Baker, Christopher and Macham with 46 each, and Bailey with 47 points, were top scorers for St. Kilda. J. Miller and J. Shanhun 40 each, W. Tuoker 47, and P. Summons 48 headed the list for Diamond Creek. Twelve men shot for each club, the best ten scores :for either isid@ebeing, counted in the result, which was St. Kilda 436 and' Diamond Creek 378, a win for the. visitors by 58 points. Considering the many young players in the Dia mond Creek team, this was a very creditable performance against the seasiders. Another match is to be held on the same range on Saturday, May 5, with a social to follow in the evening in the Queenstown hall.