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Queenstown. MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Queenstown. MAIL SERVICE. (FRO3M OUR CORRESPONDENTi. The Queenstown Progress Associa tion has received the following re vised mail time table from the De puty Postmaster-General :-Via Cot tie's Bridge, daily: Leave St. An drew's 6 a.m., Smith's Gully Road I6.10, Panton Hill 6.20, Cottle's Bridge 7, Hurstbridge P.O. 7.25, due Hurstbridge railway station 7.30. Via Cherry Tree Creek, Monday to Friday: Leave St. Andrews at 4.15 p.m. (Saturdays 11.25 a.m.), leave Panton Hill 4.55 (Saturdays 12.5 p.m.); due Hnurstbridge station 5.45 (Saturdays 12.55 p.m.). Leave the Hurstbridge P.O. daily at 9.25 a.m., . Cottle's Bridge 9.50, Panton Hill 10.10, Smith's Gully Road 10.25; due St. Andrew's 10.50. A meeting of the Queenstown sports committee was held last Saturday evening, when the balance sheet, which was duly audited by Messrs R. Hirt and R. Nink, was presented. The receipts were '83 4s 8d, and expenditure £50 18 ld, leaving a credit balance of £31 2s 61d. It was decided to donate the balan...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Methodist Church Services \ethodist Church Services "will be held as follows : SUNDAY. MAY 20, 1923. Diamond Creek, 11 a.m., Mr Woods;. 7.15 p.m.. Mr McWViggan Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m.'. Mr Woods, Cottle's Bridge. 3 p.m.,. NMr Colloom. Hurstbridge, 7 15 p.m., Mr Collom Panton, Hill, 7.30 p.m., Mr W. oods Wattle Glen, 7 15 p.m., Mrs V. Collom
Diamond Creek v. Hurstbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Diamond Creek v. Hurstbridge. The most important match of the association was played on Saturday between Hurstbridge and Diamond Creek on the latter's ground. The game was exceptionally clean and good, and the players deserve great credit for their manly play. The ground was in good order after the recent rain. On the bounce of the ball Whicker played to Heddle then to E. Wadeson-first goal. On the bounce Underwood was fouled and sent the ball well forward. The Creek worked the leather back,- and Middleton with a snap kick hit the post. The 'Bridge were working hard on the defence, Milne being prominent. The quarter ended in favor, of Creek, 4.4 to 1 point. Second quarter-On the bounce the 'Bridge put in some good work, McMillan passed to Limmer, who scored first goal for 'Bridge. Play was now very spirited; both teams were working hard, Milne being a hard nut to crack. His kicking and marking were superb. The ball was sent well forward through the agency of McMillan and Thompson; M...
Eltham v. Greensborough. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Eltham v. Greensborough. Eltham met Greensborough at Eltham on Saturday. F. Scott, Cooper, G. Parsons, Jewell and Fors cutt were the new men included. Eltham were the first to score, a be hind resulting from a running shot. Greensborough retaliated with a goal, but Eltham, undaunted, equal ised when J. Pitcher scored a big point. The remainder of the play was very equal, and the quarter's scores showed Eltham 2 goals 2 be hinds, Greensborough 2 goals 1 be hind. Greensborough were the first to score in the second team, a goal being added. However, Cooper put Eltham ahead again with a goal from a difficult angle, The rest of the quarter was all in favor of Greens borough. The scores were :-Greens borough, 4 goals 5 behinds; Eltham, 3 goals 3 behinds. The third quarter showed patchy football, neither side playing well. The goal kicking on both sides was inaccurate, but Greensborough had the best of the encounter. Scoies:-Greensborough, 4-10; Eltham, 3-4. The last quarter showed Eltham ...
Hurstbridge Train Service. DISTRICT DEPUTATION. ESTIMATES OF COST. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Hurstbridge Train Service. -$04-~----- DISTRICT DEPUTATION. ESTIMATES OF COST. The recently-formed Diamond Val ley Electric Extension League in voked the aid of the State. member, as to the procedure of ge;ting a de putation to press its claims in con nection with the extension of the electric line from Eltham to Hilrst bridge. As a result, the district was well represented at the office of the Minister for Railways (Mr. Barnes), on Tuesday morning, there being present:-Messrs. C. J. Verso and W. G. Gray (Hurstbridge), Cr. Hewitt (Queenstown), D. J. Murphy, Jun. (Strathewen), D. Rodger (Pan ton Hill), Morton (Flat Rock-road), It. J. Lorimer, and Herbert (Wattle Glen), Dr. Cordner, and H. Alston (Diamond Creek). An apology was received from the Eltham Progress Society. Mr. W. H. Everard, M.L A., in in-. troducing the deputation, said the people along the line fully recognised the splendid service which had been given them since the line was electri fied to Eltham, but those going fur...
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Hurstbridge v. Arthur's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Hurstbridge v. Arthur's Creek. The above teams met in the final match of the above competition on Saturday last on the former's ground. Scores: Arthur's Creek. Howard, c Cox, b Verso ... .. 1 W. Laidlay, b Wilson ... .... 13 Sparkes, c sub, b Wilson ... ... 5 Green, b Wilson ... ... ... 0 McKimmie, c Gilding, b Wilson ... 9 J. Laidlay, b Verso ... ... 4 Herbert, c Gilding, b Verso ... 0 Watts, c.and b Wilson ... ... 7 J. Sutherland, run out ... ... 4 WV. Sutherland, b Verso ... ... 33 Murphy, not out ... .. .. - 6 Sundries ... ... ... 10 92 Bowling-C. Wilson 5 for, 56, A. Verso 4 for 26. Hurstbridge. Shanhun, b Howard ... ... 7 Cox, run out .. .. ... 10 Mills, c Green, b Watts ... ... 3 A. J. Verso, c Herbert, b Howard ... 6 Sinclair, h Watts ... ... ... 0 A. F. Verso, c Laidlay, b Green ... 6 Wilson, e McKimmie, b. Green ... 1 Gilding, b Green ... .. ... 6 Moord,.not out ... ... 1 Eight wickets for . .. 40 Bowling--Howard 2 for 15, Watts 2"for 16,...
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, 15th MAY. (Before Messrs. E. W. Smithers, C. Wraight, and J. J. O Connor, J.P.'s.) LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, 15th MAY. (Before Messrs. E. W. Smithers, C. : Wraight, anil J. J. 0 Connor, ..P.'s.) LARCENY. John Desmond Payne was charged with breaking into the house of A. J. Cochran, at Christmas Hills, on 28th March last, and stealing therefrom sundry articles, value £15. A. J. Cochran, on oath, stated that his house had been broken into, and he identified the property produced in court as belonging to him. Clarence E. Rule deposed that he met accused near Research on March 28, and gave him a lift in his wag gon. The following day he again met him, and gave him a ride as far as Clifton Hill. Accused showed him his swag, which contained articles similar to those now produced. Antonia Visini, on oath; gave par ticulars of accused visiting his cafe in 'Londsdale-street, Melbourne. After he had something to eat, pris oner said he was broke, and as it was then too late to go to a pawn broker, asked him to buy the fox-skin rug (produced in court). Visini at first said...
Whittlesea Police Court. THURSDAY, MAY 10. (Before Messrs Walter Thomas (chairman), R. E. Dawson, B. Clarke, and W. McDonald, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Wiittlesea Police Court. THURSDAY, MAY so. (Before Messrs Walter Thomas (chair man); R. E. Dawson, B. Clarke, ." and W. McDonald, J.P.'s.) James Allan and Arnold Brown were charged with breaches 'bf 'the Gaming Act. An Inspector prosecut ed, and' accused were not represented by council. The charges were :-r. Having four opossum skins illegally in their possession ; 2. Having poison for an illegal purpose and using it therefor; 3. Having 21 opossum skins illegally in their possession. Constable Mc Manamy testified to finding the four skins, the ownerslip of which accused admitted, also the pois on outfit at their camp, and to finding 57 skins and a coil of fencing wire about 400 yards from their camp, but accused denied all knowledge of the 17 opossum skins. Messrs T.' Hurrey and Goodall gave corroborative evidence. The accused, in their defence, freely admitted that they had the four skins in their keeping, having skinned them off rabbits killed by some other person in an adjoining ...
Diamond Creek Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Diamond Creek Rifle Club. ---->ee-- The rifle match between Diamond Creek and St.Kilda clubs, which was fired at Queenstown, is thus referred to by the "Pruhran Telegraph" : "Ordinary difficulties do not deter the pioneer Saints when they go on tour. They have a good time wherever they go. Diamond Creek was no exception to the general rule, for on the mnment the visitors reached the range the local ladies welcomed them. They were in vited to partake of the good things pro vided, which proved to be a feast fit for the gods, who envy this mortal taste. All the different dishes were lavishly decorated, and the ground all about the entertainment was strewn with.wattle leaves freshly garnered and green, all of which was done by the Diamond Creek ladies, to enhance their welcome, which was much appre ciated by the visitors. The match was conducted in a more than friendly spirit. Captain Tucker was greatly pleased at the fine muster of his own men, which was occasioned by the visit of t...
A Soldier Tr ainer. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
A Soldier:Tr ainer. About. 24 years ago a strapping young Victorian joined one of the State contingents which went to the Boer war. His name was Jim Russell, and until he left for South Africa he had spett. al-; his life-in his nrati.ve State. He was a: good man with, horses and a good soldier, and, shortly after his quota reached its destination, he was appointed an A.D.C on the staff of,9ne of the Australian generals. . Ie saw the war through, and the longer he stayed in South Africa, the more he became enamored of the country of the veldt. When hostilities ceased, he settled down in South Africa. Several years later he became interested in racing. His intimate knowledge -of horses was a valuable asset, and he quickly became recognised on the South African turf as an expert with thoroughbreds. To-day Russell is the most successful trainer in South Africa He has three stables under his direct control, one at Turffontein, one at Durban, and another at Capetown. The thee establishmen...
Correspondence. HURSTBRIDGE RAILWAY SERVICE. TO THE THE EDITOR OF ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Correspondence. I HURSTBRIDGE RAILWAY SERVICE. TO THE THE IDITOR OF ADVURTISER. Sir,-Having -some '-friends ",from Gippsland visiting Melbourne, and they:wishi.ng to visit Hurstbridge, I was-simply appalled:upon lookingiup the railway time table to. find that they must either leave Princes Bridge at 8 . a.m. (which means their rising at 6.30 to enable them to dress, have break fast and reach the city in time) or. come by the next train at 1.20 p.m, five and a half hours later, spend two hours in the train if it is not more than five minutes late, and actually have enough time to have a cup. of tea and make for the last train back at 5.57. Surely our member cannot be living in the district.-Yours, &c., ANTIQUARIAN.
Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Time Table. From Melbourne. I To Melbourne" Leave Arr. Arr.I Leave Leave Arr. Melb. Elth. H.B. I .B. Eltham. Mel. a.m. a.m. 5.50 6.36 7.20 - 6.25 7.5 7.13 7.50 - I 6.30 6.55 7,35 8.0 8.40 9.14 7.38 8.3 8.44 9.40 10.21 - - 9.15 9.55 11.0 11.41 - I 10.50 10.55 11.35 p.mI p.m. 11.10 11.58* 1.20 2.30 3.15 I - 2.15 2.55 3.41) 4:21 - I 4.8 4.33 5.15 4.40 4.51 5.49 j - 5.32 6.14 5.32 6.13 6.42 5.57 6.25 7.11 6 30 7.11 7.39 I 6.48 8.35 9.15 9.20 10.21 - - 10.15 10.55 11.25 i2.5 - I *To Heidelberg Market fruit van attached to 5.57 train from Hurstbridge. S.turdays-Arrive in Eltham fromn Mel bonrne at 6.36, 7.50, 8.44, i0-21, 12.1, 1.4, 2-4. 3.0, 4-40. 6.20, 7.41. 9 42. 12.5. Depart Eltham at 6.25. 6 55, 8 3. 9.15, 11.15. 12.28. 1.29, 2 13, 2.55, 3.53, 5.33, 6.59. 8 55. 9.15, 10.35. Saturdays-Arrive in Hurstbridge at 7.20, 9.14. 2.33, 3.30, 6.0 (connecting train departs ,lltham ..40 for Hurstbridge), 8.11; and 12.34 (Sunday mornifig). Depart Hurstbridge at 6':30, 7.38, 1.5, 2.37, 5.8, 6,34, 8...
FOOTBALL. DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
FOOTBALL. DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. The following is the list of fixtures for Saturday for the Diamond Valley District Football Association matches:— Kangaroo Ground v. Eltham Warrandyte v. Heidelberg Greensborough v. Diamond Creek Hurstbridge v. Templestowe All matches to be played on ground of first-named club. _____________________________________
[?]UNNY-BONE V. BRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
V. BRI3JFN "o -._ all experiencCed that Irri :ting sensation in the tips of the " 'gers caused by a knock on the end the elbow-or, as it is popularly o. own, a knock on the "funny-bone.' !.s a fact it ~- not a bone at all ;ich is the arra- of the curious !ing, 'but a t mportant nerve, 'ich runs dc, - ,e a3 arm, called the The '." :-y-bene" is the ,wer part of tLe. libow over which :le erve of t-c elnar passes, and -c, for the most part, is ,e.r-. ?cated in the flerh. Near the 1 rt:e C ::. c, tc:ever, it lies :. e to the under-surface of the !-, and when ,knocked the nerve conveys an impression to the brain. Eut it so happen, that sensations brought by the ulnar nerve are those usually which have been caused at its ends, the finger-tips, and the brain obstinately refuses to believe that such a mnessa-ge can come aion the "tlcrnfh-wirc" of the nerve, except from the regular "stations." Co_- l:quutly when the knock oc cars, the brain makes us convinced that it is not from the elbow, bu...
THINGS COTTON WILL MAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
THINGS COTTOi~N i?!LL MIAKE. Most of thee rcFr.lld tortoiseshell rims that are put' aound eye-glasses never had anythirg to do vith.a tor toise. What are they made fro;u ? Cotton ! In f?at, many umbrella handles, haip-in,. combs, buttons, buckles, and bracclets, are also made from cotton. This sounds strange. Nevertheless, ? t %s true. The cotton is first turned into. tis sue paper ; thi~- threaded, dried, and dusted. .f?4t the paper threads are dipped into a mixture of nitric and sulphuric acidi. The moisture is pressed out of it and the remain der is ground nhe. It is mixed vith ether, alcohol, camphor, and other things to form a dough-like maes. Under hydraulic pressure the dcu:.;h is kneaded and moulded into cakes. The cakes are sliced and hung up to season. iics cut the material into its fn:.l form and it is shaped,' Dcl ished, and drilled. Whil- the material is still plastic the proprr dy:s are added. The most common colonrings are imitatic: ivory, tortoiseshell, and pearl. 'F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
W TILL the Person who wrote to G. Goodwin, c/o Moreland, please send his name and he. will call. L OST from Tanck's Corner red and white HEIFER, two years, JD near rump; anyone seeing please communicate Louis FRANKS, Tanck's Corner. -_]T OUSEHOLD FURNITURE and TWO LJ HORSES (light draught and buegy horse) for Sale. Apply - W. C. TODD, Christmas Hills. ENDFRS are invited for Repairs to Three Miles more or less of rabbit proof Fencing on Barrat~ta Estate. For particulars apply to The Manager. No tender necessarily accepted. TENDERS are invited for Putting Ven tilators, etc., in Mechanics' Institute, Hurstbridge, Labor only or Labor and Material. Lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. For further particulars apply to-J. Cox, Hon. Sec. PRICE Wanted CARTING 2000 BRICKS Hurstbridge Station to Coles' job, to Bannon's Lane, about 2A miles.-G. A. QOLES, "Navara," Hurst bridge. Notice. A LL friends of Miss Elva Allen and ;Miss Winnic Moore are requested to attend a Farewell Social Ev...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Heidelberg Saw,- Moulding.. and Planing !:IMills. Burgundy St,eet Heidlelhre?, and at Corner of Peel atid Cape1 Streets, West Melbouirne. Telephone 24 Heidelb-r, Ex. General and Buiiders' Ironmongery, Glass, Paint, Paperhangings, etc. ,Joinery :, Spe ialty. Quick Despa!.ch by Rail or Road Balic Tifmle's Reduced This Monh. Write or Call for Quotations. 0. ROUCH. Proprietor. E LNGFIELD, 178 Johnson St., COLLINTGWOOD We Soecialise in BOYS' & GIRLS'. SCHOOL BOOTS. M1Jde on the Pretises. Gu..rn,,t.-ed to Wear. MEN'S WORKING BOOTS-Our M-.ke-ALL SOLID LEATHER. Occ Worn, Algays Worn. «W, do Repairs.. Under New Maqagement. Andrew's Store, j ELI T 1-A 1?. V. 0. & G. R. KRICK (Late A.I.F.) Generai Grocers and Produce M1erchants. Orders Called for and Delivered. A TRIAL SOLICITED. If Satisfied Tell OTHERS. If Not Tell Us. Northoote Furniture Coy. 54 HIGH STREET, NORTHOOTE CORNER WESTGARTH STREET. Coui try Clients can uet off at WestgIythl Station (Three Miluutes frnn, Shop), awt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 May 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D. NICHOLSON W ISHES to inform thel 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 Mensure. Satis faction Guaranteed. Large Range of Saniples 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 Hurstbridae. 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. Brown Bread and Small Goods a Specialty. "Wattle. Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. H U RSTB R I D G E. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DORSET HOUSE, HURSTBR1DGE. Under New Management. IR ,S. EW...