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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 July 1922
When appealing to the masses, Brains plus pen provide the links Paste a poster on Parnassus, Tar a stencil on the Syhinx ! Let no sentimental reason From advertisement allure. Tell the world in every season About Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. tR, H, HALE VOGLER Yarra Glen, AT HOME DAIL> Public Vaccination at Kangaroo Ground (2 p.m.) and Queenstown (3 p.m.), FRIDAY, 7th JULY, 1922. VI.U.;I.O.O.F. Loyal Caledoiia Lodge, No. 5716, Hurstbridge. The Largest and Richest Friendly Society in Victoria. B ENEFITS to be derived by joining : Doctor and Medicine immediately or joining. Sick Pay at 20s per.week for 26 weeks ~ I, at 13s 4d ,, ,, 2nd 26 weeks And 10s per week for continuous sicknes: after 12 months until recovery ; si months after joining. Funeral Pay, £20, and £10 for wit I month after initiation. This is the only Society in the World whtci pays 10s per week after 12 months' asckness until recovery. Contributions to the Society are i From 16 to 20 years, Is 2d per week ,, 20 to...
Whittlesea Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 July 1922
Whittlesea Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. The councillors met at Mernda on Wednesday, when there were present: -Ors M'Cormack (president), Downie,. Thomas, Hurrey, Murphy, Butler, Morgan, Mitchell, and Clarke. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Department of Public Works, re grant for a bridge over' Merri Creek on the way to Camberwell, prepared to receive a deputation from Whittle sea, Broadmeadows and Preston coun cils on Wednesday, July 19,--.Re ceived, and as many councillors as possible attend the deputation.. Forests Commission, stating that owing to the large demand this season for pinus insignus and plane trees, and to the limited number of plants avail able for di trihution, it is not now possible to supply those applied for. Received, and the list be sent to Mr Pittaway, stating what trees are avail able. . Country Roads Board, asking that the shire engineer furnish an estimate in detail of the requirements for each of the m...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 July 1922
THE Post Office Store. BIAS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, Clothing, etc. We specialise in suits to measure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose; from. A trial order solicited. (LATE OF A.I.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. CR1 CKE T .I A TERIAL At your Service 'for Mutual Proit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 C:RIC -E -T - CLU.SCY5 - SUPPLIED complete-BATs, BALLS, LEG GUARDS. STcMPS, GLOVES, MATTINS, e BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. New Handles andles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRICKIET BALLS recovered equal to new. Best value of all Sporting Coods guaranteed. A trial will Corvince you 389-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. DORSET HOUSE, IIURSTBRIDGE. 0 Under New Management. o- s. E W I xIS, PROPRIETRESS, BEST ACCOMMODATION for Boarders and Week-Fuders. Only one class of. Australian Wines kept-THE BEST. Good Stabling. E~ecient Groom. Prices right, Visitors will find ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 July 1922
Dori't "Keep a Few Fowls" HAVE, LA Y.F , ! A Few Choice Breeding Cocki;rels left I will appreciate Early Orders for at £I Is each. BETTINGS OF I'GG,;p_( L.),7s 6d White Leghorn - Mtr owN, splendid per setting. £2 10sIper 10no. strain. DAY OLD (CHI(CKS--(W.L.) 15s per Rhode Island Red - JAMes RYAN's doz.. £1 10s per 25, £2 10s per 50, cnmpetition strain. £5 5: per 100. Black Orpington-GRAHAM CHRISiTIE Chickens frwarded safely to any ad strain - dress within 250 miles. V. L. SORENSEN, -- HURSTBRIDGE Local AgAnt for the Famous "KAnswoon " POULTRY SPICE. Will make any lazy hen lay. Pays for itself. A 2s packet will do 20 hens for 32 days. E. GADD, R.S.S. (SUCCESSOR TO WEST BROS.) Coachbuilder, Shoeing and General Smith, ELTHAM.. FTE R many years experience of Diseased Feet and Bad Teeth, which I always give careful attention to, I trust the Residents of Elthamr and District wrill give me their support. Horse Medicihs' iri Stock. Painting and Rubber Tyres a specialty. CLIPPING DONE Betra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 July 1922
For Cbildreo's Hacking Cough, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure A horse is advertised to be sold. Woods' Great PeppermainL Cnre, For Coughs and Colds, never fails Public -Hall, Eltham. GRAND EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE Will be held in the above Hall To-morrow (Saturday) Evening. GRAND BALL Will be held in the HURSTBRIDGE HALL QON Friday, 21st July, 1922, In aid of the Memorial Park. Good Music and Supper Provided. Tickets: Double, 34; Gents, 2s 6d; Ladies is THE LOCAL ENTEP.TAINMEN'NT CLUB B. MORRISON, Secretary. A Denial. W~TILTL people at Panton Hill, who are YV talking about me, please note that their gossip is not correct.-Yours, &c.. NOT MARRIED YET. Shire of Eltham. Building Surveyor. APPLICATIONS, addressed to the Shire President, Kangaroo Ground, will be received up to 11 a.m. on Saturday, August 5th, 1922, for the position of BurLD ING .SURVEYOR for the Shire of Eltham. Particulars of duties and remuneration on application at the Shire Office. P. J,. M'MAHON, Shire Secretary....
Whittlesea Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 July 1922
Whittlesea Agricultural Society. The annual meeting of the above was held on Wednesday, 5th inst., when: there were present --,1essrs. Lodge (president, in the chair), Nicholson, J. Thomas, W. Thomas, G. Coombes, T. Creighton, R. E.. Dawson, Jos, Coulthard, C. W. 'Andrew,' J. Andrew, H. Coulthard, Sutherland, Downie, Eades, J. ;Mason. Jas. Coult haid, INorman, McSmith, E. Jeffrey, L: McFarlane, Love, Pearce, :and Cornfoot. Apologies were received flrom Messrs. Hurrey, Clark,. J. Jef-. frey, Clements and James. On the motion of Messrs Sutherland and H. Coulthard, the minutes of the previous meeting were read and con-. firmed. CORRESPONDENCE Messrs John Smith and Sons wrote that the firm of I'othill Ltd, on whom they held an order for a special prize, had gone out of business, and asking for cash 10s 6d.-No action taken, on motion of Mlessrs Love and H. Coult hard. Mr A. Mason, who resigned. 'from the committee some time ago owing to .his removal from the district and was made a life ...
DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. Diamond Creek v. Kangaroo Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 July 1922
DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. Diamond Creek v. Kangaroo Ground. By Blue and Red. The last of the home and home matches took place on Saturday last, and undoubtedly the funniest of games ever witnessed by most local supporters took place on the Diamond Creek ground. Scoring was all with the locals in the first half,, the scores being Diamond Creek, 9 goals 13 behinds; Kangaroo Ground, nil. In the third term the visi tors rallied and scored two goals two he hinds, and one more point in the last, making the final scores Diamond Creek, 18 goals 16.behinds (124 points) ; K nga roo Ground, 2 goals 3 behinds (15 points). Football was only one feature of the game, which included acrobatic feats, aquatic sports; etc. Goal-kickers- Diamond Creek: Gosstray, L. Herbert (3, A. and R. Wadeson (2 each), E. Ed monds (3), G. Herbert, E. Wadeson, F. Potter (3), G. Middleton, B. Hieddle. Kangaroo Ground: G. Morrish and G. Rigg.
"THAT ENDS IT." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 July 1922
" THAT ENDS IT." Cr. Murphy, at Wednesday's meeting of &nbsp; the Whittlesea shire council, was reading a report in support of the uniform railway gauge; which statement meant the safety and development of the Commonwealth. He was not advoctling it, but contended that at the proper time the councillors and people should go to a body and either support or condemn it. When he came to the part which stated that the cost would be seventy two million pounds, the President (Cr. Mc- Cormack) said in his well-known humorous style, "That ends it."
Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 July 1922
Eltham. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT ) The recent activities of the Coun- cil's officials have made an appreci- able difference in the state of the roads this winter. I will go so far as to say that Eltham has the best roads in the shire. I can remember the time when most of our roads were impassable in the winter months, but the tightening up of heavy traffic regulations has remedied that. I think our coun- cillors are to be congratulated on their successful administration. Rev. Peck, of Malvern, has been appointed to the parish of Eltham, and he will take up his residence at the Vicarage shortly. The Rev J. Rust, who has been temporarily in charge, was unfortunately indisposed. last Sunday, and there was no service - an occurrence unique in the his- tory of the church. We all wish the new vicar success in his sphere of administration.
A QUESTION OF ROUTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADNERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
A QUESTION OF ROUPE. TO .THE EDITOR OF THI ADNERTIBER. SIa,-One would expect that Or. Hewitt would have a little moreavision .in;his pillilic life teano he appears to' possess ever since he 'aspired to municipal houor, .- He brought the personal elealent to the fore,'estieeially in regard to ex-Cr Mann (for whom I have no.axe to-grind). Cr Hewitt had the op portunity to have'a walkover when Cr Gray retired, hut'he was not content, but waited till Cr Mann's year of retirement, so that he could fight a personal battle. Not content with his win, be belittles every movement that ex Cr Mann endeavors to bring forward. The ratepayers want fair and impartial treatment, whoever they may be. Why is he so strong in his recommendation of a road along the'range, and it may be his mis fortune that he has so much unimproved land alone the route he advocates so zealously. I am quite aware, as he says in his last letter. that he fronts both routes, but As half the truth is as had as an untruth, he ...
COTTLE'S GULLY—CHADD'S CREEK ROAD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
COTTLE'S GULLY-CHADD'S CREEK ROAD. TO THE EDITOR 01 TEH ADVYRTISER. SIR.-Your correspnndent '"Some Dfay light" evidently thinks that the ratepayers and the Country Roads Board are children to be led .astray by unsubstantiated state. ments by. an anonymous correspondent. " Some Daylight " says he has a "sound knowledge of facts." Well, if so, let him brine his " facts " under the notice of the proper authorities and they will receive due attention. But if they are of the 'type mentioned in his letter they will receive short shrift. "Some Daylight ". states as one "fact "-"the route I favor will put £12 to £1 in my pocket as against the route wanted by Mr Mann." As both routes go past my gate - Strathewen cannot be reached, otherwise unless perhaps by a flying machine-evidently on " Some Day light's " shewing my route is the hest in the interests of the Shire. My greatest aren ment against Mr Mann's route is that it ;will not increase the value of the properties in the district a penn...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISES. SIR.--Your correspondent. " Some Day light " shows his love of daylight by skulk ing behind a nom de plume while making mean insinuations against a public man. I happened to be present on one of the occa sions when Mr Mlann was pressing his Bowden Spur project on tfe Council, and heard the engineer advise that money spent as proposed would be absolutely wasted,. He particularly requested the secretary to note in. the minutes his warning that the moey might as well be thrown in the gutter. In these circumstances. assuming the engineer to be neither incompetent nor dishonest, Councillor Hewitt had no option but to oppose the scheme. To do-otherwise would have been to abuse his position of trust by supporting the misuse of public money. No doubt, a man of intelligence. and integrity, whose "method of dealing with public qnestions" is open. and above board, who udvocates a fair deal all round, who belongs to no clique, and who cannot - be ' got at " is s...
Whittlesea. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Wbittlesea. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. At 'a special general meeting of the Whittlesea Agricultural Society, held on Wednesday, to consider a notice of motion tabled at the annual meeting, to raise the membership fee from ios. 6d. to 2rs., it was decided, after a considerable amount of discussion, that in future there be two tickets, one at, ios. 6d., to carry no concessions beyond two admissions to the ground, and one at 2Is., allowing two admis sions and a rebate on all entries. It was decided to pay cash to Messrs. John Smith and Sons in lieu of trophy they were unable to collect, and in future all trophies must be collected within six weeks of show. Owing to damage done to and neg lect in cleaning up the show ground when let for functions, it.was decided that in future £5 be deposited before ground is let, ·-4 to be refunded when everything is left in order. In the matter of the luncheon pavilion £2 to be-lodged and £i refunded. 1essrs. E Cockroft and T. Nichol son have resigned thei...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Methodist Church Services .Methodist. Church Services will be held as follows i- SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1922. Diamond'Creek, 11 a.m., Mr Collom 7.15 p.m., Mr RisLrorn Arthur's "Creek. 11 a.m Mr Ristrom Oottle's Bridge, 3 p.m., Mr Ristrom Hrsthridge, "7.15 p m., %Ir Collorn 'Tatck', Corner 3 p.m., M r Collom Research 3.30 p.m., Mr Thompson.
Correspondence. MEMORIAL PARK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Correspondence, 11E~IORIAL PARK. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. SIa.,-Through the columns .of your paper 1 wish to take exception to a portion of Cr Hewitt's letter which appeared in your last issue. Cr Hewitt complained that through some error hie was wrongly reported in the matter re the Cottle's Bridge deviation. Let that be as it may. It is no reason why he should make representations himself. In his letter Or Hewitt says, " Mr Mann was compelled to listen while Cr White moved that an extra rate of 1L-1 in the round be levied on all ridings to raise £250 for the improvement of 'the memorial park at Kan garoo Ground." This, Sir, I hold is not cor rect. No such motion was put to the Coun cil or recorded. The deputation representing the Panton Hill branch R.S.S.I.L. and the public of Pauton Hill asked the Council's co-operation in a movement to erect a suit able memorial (one of original design and worthy of the Shire) in the memorial park at Kangaroo Ground. To finance the schem...
COTTLE'S GULLY—STRATHEWEN ROAD TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
COTTLE'S GULLY-STRATHEWELN KOAD TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. -It,--Cr Hewitt's statement that a print er's error caused him to be misrepresented in his.statements at the Council table is ,: e of the old tricks'adopted by meu, who, to gain their ends, make statements and then unblushingly refute them. However sir, I woultd uot have-taken much notice of that but for the personal attack which follrwel, viz., that £480 (most of it soldiers' mone;) was spent ,n the motion of Mlr Mann The facts of the case are that when the Council had a g ant the Strathewea Progress Asso ciati;n asked that a portion of the North RitliL's share should be spent on Bowden's' Spur, and which, as a councillor, I sup ported. True it is, that ,Mr Hewitt, accom panied by two other gentlemen, attended at that meeting and asked that it be spent on (Ist) Bald Hill road ; (2nd) bridge at Queenstown; and failing either of these that a portion of the ,rant shou.d "go to the memorial park, which already had been co...
COUNCILLOR RETIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
COUNCILLOR RETIRES. Cr. W. Rank, who has been a niember of th'e Heidelberg riding of the Heidelberg shire council for over 20 years, intimated at Tuesday night's meeting that he would not be seeking re-election next month. He're •ferred. to.the pleasant time he had had as a c'uncillor, and the courtesy that had been extended to him by the -shire secretary and staff. Or. Ball expressed regret that so ex perienced and capable a. councillor was leaving them, as he was one of the -most practical councillors who ever sat at the table, Cr. Coate and others also spoke, and it was decided to give hinnia letter un der the seal of the council,. in recogniti,n .of the good work he had "done. After the meeting his health was drunlk in the presi dlent's room, and the wish explressed that he would again become a councillor. Cr. Rank leaves next week for a trip to New Guinea, and early next year will visit Eng land and Europe.
Soldiers' Memorial. SUGGESTIONS BY SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Soldiers' Memorial. SUGGESTIONS BY SOLDIERS. The following proposals for the erection and maintenance of a suitable memorial to those of the Eltham Shire who fell in Great War 1914-1918,.were submitted at the last meeting of the Eltham Shire Co, :cil by a deputation from Panton Hi'l: I. That the site be the existing Me ,morial Park at Kangaroo Ground. J. That a cairn of local stone (c; mo.ated) be erected, sufficiently high to for n a prominent and conspicuous land mark, and crowned with some suitable device. The object of the whole being mil le known by an inscribed metal plate. III. That a flagstaff be erected. I V. That facilities for visitors be en sured by the provision of a rotunda (overhead shelter) with tank. V. That a War Memorial Committee be appointed, under the presidency of the Eitham Shire Council, and composed of suh persons as who, in the opinion of the Council, would prove competent to fur.ber thescheme arrived at. That the shire secretary and engineer be appointed ...
Lilydale. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Lilydale. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) The electric light construction is nearing completion, and it is expected that the domestic supply will be ready early in August. Arbor I)ay celebrations were held here on Friday, 8th inst., when the weather conditions were most unpro pitious. However, there were a large number of parents and friends present, and a profitable afternoon was spent. The chief item of interest was a stirring address from iMr. W, H. Everard, M.L A., who was recei% ed with cheers by the school children. He briefly explained that the remodelling of the elementary school had at last been decided upon, and he expected to hear of the tenders being advertised in the very near future. Mr. Everard ex horted the children to respect honor and care for the avenues of honor. It was their bounden duty to do so, and to preserve the sacred memory of the brave soldiers who had given their lives for their country. (Cheers). He advocated the formation of a tree planting league, so that ...