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Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Arthur's Creek-lst Innings 92 DArthur's Creek--2nd Innings 133-225 Hurstbridge-lst Innings 55 Hurstbridge-2nd Innings 113-168 Arthur's Creek won by 57 runs. Hursthridge-Second Innings. J. Sinclair, b Green ...... 15 D. Shanhun, c Howard, b Green... 0. F. Milne, c Howard, b Green ... 4 C. Wilson, b Green... .. ... 49 A. J. Verso, run out ... ... 5 J. Cox, b Watts ......... 11 J. Mills, c and b Watts ... ... 9 J. Moore, run out ... ...... 0 G. Gilding, not out... ... .. . 9 A. Verso, b Howard ... ... 8 T. Cox, b Howard ... ' ... ... 0 Byes ............ 3 113 Bowling.-A. Howard, 2 for 23; H. Green, 4 for 51 ; R. Watts, 2 for 36.
Arthur's Creek. EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Arthur's Creek. EMPIRE DAY. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT) A very pleasant afternoon was spent at the Arthur's Creek Sunday school on Empire Day by the parents and friends of the scholars. The children, reinforced by some of older growth, indulged in games, until at 3 o'clock, the schoolmaster and his wife, Mr.' and Mrs. Pin, with mem bers of the school committee, had the pleasure of welcoming Cr. and Mrs. Hewitt. Cr. Hewitt had kindly come to address the children, and to hoist ,the new flag, which had been provided by friends of the school. The children having been brought into position by the master, Cr. Hewitt performed the ceremony, and the children then saluted the flag and took the oath. Cr. Hewitt then read to the children the King's Empire Day message, after which the whole company joined in singing the hymn, "0 God, Our Help in Ages Past," and Mrs. Freeman read to the girls the message from the Queen. An adjournment was now made to the schoolroom, and after the chil dren had sung a...
Mernda. EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Mernda. EMPIRE DAY. At S.S. 488, 'Mernda, Empire Day was observed on the 24th inst in 'the usual manner by 'the teachers and scholars, Cr. Thomas (chairman and correspondent) being also present. During the morning suitaldle songs were sung, and Mr. R. W. Kiernan (head teacher) addressed the children, and gave some good sound advice, also inculcating the necessity of their growing up good and loyal subjects. He pointed out the peace and comfort in which we lived in Australia com pared with the turmoil in other coun tries. He earnestly advised the ehil drem at all times to be loyal to their -country, to their parents and to them selves. After singing a true Australian song, he called upon Cr. Thomas to address them. This gentleman prefaced his remarks by taking the children in their mind's eye away back to the year 1854, when he was a boy wearing a tartah juniper, travelling across the paddocks to the very same school ground as S.S. 488 was built on, the school then being held where M...
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Tennis. A private team from Arthur's Creek and Nutfield, played a match against the Hurstbridge Club on Sat urday last. The visitors were keen sports, and though beaten easily, the match was marked by sociability and enjoyment. The Hurstbridge ladies provided afternoon -tea. Scores: Men's double.-T. Cooke and C. Harris (H.) defeated H. Edge and W. Laidlay (A.C.), 8-1;' H. Ber trand and Zenner (H.) defeated G. Shearer and G. Murphy (A.C.), 8-3. Ladies' doubles.-Misses E. Ever itt and M. Buck (H.) defeated Mrs. W. Laidlay and Miss G. Sutherland (A.C.), 8-4; Misses Merson and C. Verso (H.) lost to Mrs. J. Laidlay and Miss V. Murphy (A.C.), 7-8. Mixed doubles.-T. Cooke and Miss E. Everitt (H.) defeated H. Edge and Mrs. W. Laidlay (A.C.), 6-3; C. Harris and Miss M. Buck (H.) defeated W. Laidlay and Mrs. G. Sutherland (A.C.), 6-2; Mr. Zenner and Miss Merson (H.) lost to G. Shearer and Mrs. J. Laidlay (A.C.), 1-6; H. Bertrand and Miss C. Verso (H.) defeated G. Murphy and Miss V. Murphy (A....
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Methodist Church Services ,Methodist Church Services will be held as follows : SUNLDAY, .JUNE 3, 1923. Diamond Creek, 11 a.m., Mr Collom 7.15 p.m.. Mr lhose. Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m., Mr Collom. Cottle's Bridge. 3, Mr C:,jpbeil. Hurstbridge, 7 15 p m., Mr Collom. Panton Hill. 7.0 p.m., .Mr .llcWiggan. Wattle Glen. 7 15 p.m.. ,Mr Thompson.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
For ,nflLenza, take Woods' Grat Peppermint Care. For Sale, Ij AVING sold my business, I wish to 1 dispose of the following for private Sale:- :Hooded Buggy thy Hotharay), Har ness, Riding Saddle and Bridle, Horses (plough;, Orchard Implements, Furniture, Sundries, Poultry.-F. MULLER, Queens town. / ¶ OOD-Breeding Sow with litter of nine -for sale ; will separate.-H. LAN DER, Chiselhurst. T10OR Sale.-100 Weauers, good wool. E. HOWARD, Panton Hill. ._ OR Sale.-Good Cow, fourth calf; guaranteed good milker.-S. TAY LOR, Main Road, Eltham. WANTED to Bay.-Cow, quiet, first or second calf, good milker.--L. BARTLETT, Panton Hill. TENDERS are invited for Splitting and I Erecting 300 Messmate posts and clearing line on Eastern boundary of land at Kinglake. Apply Miss FoRD, Spring A Grand Ball Will be held by the U URSTBRIDGE GIRLS' CLUB 11 In the Hursthridge Hall - On MONDAY NEXT, JUNE 4. Novelties. Good Floor. Luckman's Band. Supper. Double Ticket Ss. Proceeds in aid of Memorial Park. EDITH ...
MUNICIPAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
MUNICIPAL MATTERS. Sir,-In your report of the last meeting of the Eltham Shire Coun cil, a matter of a disquieting nature is the fact that, in spite of a high rate, there is again an overdraft. People may well wonder where the ,poney is going to. Schultz's Bridge needs renewing, and the Cherry Tree road urgently requires attention, and -while the President says the riding has not a "bean" with which to do the work, Crs. White and Campbell can get money to spend on a back road to the river. While referring to this particular road to the river, it might be pertinent to ask what has become of the £20 offered to the council as an inducement to do the work? Are the councillors who are responsible taking the necessary ac tion to induce those who promised this money to honor their bond? If councillors spend any rate money on this job before they collect every shilling of that £20 , they will not be true to their trust, and ratepayers throughout the shire are not likely to regard the matter...
Steel's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Steel's Creek. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). Empire Day was celebrated at the school on Thursday, and though the weather was rough there was a good attendance. Mr. Haslem (Church of England minister) occu pied the chair, and gave the open ing address, and the children render ed songs and recitations. Mr. E. Schlitz (correspondent) read the King's message to the boys, and Miss M. Morris (head teacher) read the Queen's message to the girls. Mr. Nash, Christmas Hills, spoke a few kind words to the children, complimenting them on their fine singing, and also to the teachers (Mrs. D. V. Hunt and Miss Morris). The National Anthem was sung, and the children then indulged in sports. Tea was served to the many hungry little ones, and lollies were handed around, thanks to Mr. S. J. Allen, who donated same. The social evening held in the evening was marred by 'the heavy rain; about 30 residents turned up, and a good evening was spent in singing. Mrs. Hunt kindly lent her organ for the occasion.
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Diamond Creek. Owing to the umpire not turning up, there was no competition match at Diamond Creek on Saturday, but the two team:--Diamond Creek and Kangaroo Ground--played a friendly match, which resulted in a win for the Creek. It was a treat to see such a clean and open game, compared to the previous Saturday. The Rev. Canon Constable, of Malmsbury, has accepted the call from Diamond Creek parish, and he takes 'the place of the Rev. Mr. Woods, who has resigned on account of ill-health. Canon Constable takes up his duties on the 1st July next.
Wattle Clen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Wattle Glen. (PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). A pleasant social gathering was arranged by the local school commit tee, to augment the funds for the erection of a shelter shed and school equipment. Musical items were given by the following artists, and were thoroughly appreciated:-Mr. 'Colin Bell, Scottish songs; Miss Nettie Bell, songs and pianoforte items; Misses Reynolds and Twy ford, duet; 'the wee ,Misses McLean, duets; Mr. A. Keenan, song; Mr. Beaumont, senr., song; Messrs. Beaumont, jnr., and Richardson, piano and violin. Games and danc ing were indulged in, and all thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Supper was provided by the ladies in parcels for two, and were auction ed. Spirited competition resulted, in each gentleman securing a parcel, who in turn shared .the contents with the lady who supplied it, causing a great deal of amusement. Funds benefited to the amount of over £3. The Diamond Creek Musical So ciety have kindly consented to give an evening in the school hall at the end of J...
DANCE AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
DANCE AND PRESENTATION. A very enjoyable dance was held at the Mechanics' Institute on May 25. It was given by the members of the Christmas Hills Cricket Club, as a wind-up of the season's cricket. The hall was prettily decorated with gum-leaves, and the floor was in per fect condition, and under the skilful hands of Miss Molly Fleming (Yarra Glen), assisted by the Misses Bonnie Young and Norah Birch, the old piano was made to speak again. During one of the intervals, Mr. George Muir (who, with his family, has recently returned from England) said that the members of the Cricket Club desired to thank Mr. Frank Page, of "High Sunderland," for his generosity in allowing the Club to have their pitch on his land during the past season, and also for the very keen and practical interest he had taken in the matches, and he (Mr. Muir) asked Mr. Page to accept, on behalf of the Club, a small token of their appreciation (a handsome briar-wood pipe). Mr. Page, in accepting the gift, thanked the...
Christmas Hills. EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Christmas Hills. EMPIRE DAY. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT ) In spite of the very, inclement weather, the children of the Hills had a most enjoyable time of it on May 24. The State' school gave a half-holiday, and before the children left, Mr. Rolls (the head teacher) gave them a very stirring address, and read out Their Majesties' address to the children. At 2.30 the social committee held sports for the chil dren. At about 4 o'clock the rain, which had been threatenin'g all the afternoon, came down in -torrents, and drove everyone to the shelter of the hall, where a splendid tea was provided for all.. Mr. W. Todd's gift of a case of apples was much appre ciated; so was the delicious bag of lollies sent up by Mr. P. Hopkins from Yarra Glen. It must be men tioned that the sports prizes con sisted of money, which had been given by kind friends for that pun pose. Mr. T. Albert, of Yarra Glen, gave a very welcome donation to wards this fund, and the rest was from people on the Hills. After te...
Wedding at Queenstown. LADD—FITCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Wedding at Queenstown. LADD-FITCH. The marriage of Mr. Aubrey V. Ladd, third son of Mrs. and the late F. B. Ladd, of Princes-street, North Carlton, to Miss Chrissie Fitch, second eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Fitch, of Queenstown, took place at the Church of England, Queenstown, on Saturday, March 31. The church was beautifully decoratesf for the occasion, and the ceremony was conducted by the Rev. E. S. Chase. Miss Muller presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her brother (Mr. J. C. Fitch), wore a frock of ivory cashmere-de soie, with radium lace panels, finished with beading and silver flowers. She wore the usual wreath and veil (lent by her cousin, Mrs. Reeve Golding), and carried bouquet of azaleas, roses and fern. The bridesmaids were Miss Nellie Fitch (sister of the bride) and Miss Ada Hankin. The former wore a frock of apricot satin, with radium' lace panels, finished with beading and gold flowers. Her hat was of black tulle and lace, trimmed wi...
S O S FOR THE DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
S 0 S FOR THE DOCTOR. A woman sat rocking her baby one Saturday at sundown in the steam ship Venetian, homeward bound in the Bay of Biscay, from Alexandril. For a week past she had nursed der dying child, and there was no doctor on board. The grey outline of a man-of-war appeared in the distance, and a wire less message was sent asking for helm. The war vessel flashed back a reply. The Venetian stopped, the war vessel drew to within a quarter of a mile, and in spite of the heavy swell a lifeboat put out to her. Passengers on the Venetian watched their progress breathlessly as the lit tle boat swung up and down in the trough of the sea. At length the side of the Venetian was reached, and the man whose help was so sorely needed mounted a rope ladder prepared for him. The baby's life was saved. The name of the baby was Elizabeth. The name of the warship was the Queen Elizabeth. Some time ago James Arthur, a fireman of the Canadian Pacific liner Monmouth, was attacked in mid ocean with ...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, JUNE 1, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
THE 6lthan and hiftrtlesaa Sirts AND ininand artle Walley gdvoýcate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, JUNE 1, 1923. Local and General. A wedding report and Thoughts (by Mernda) appear on page 4. The revised rRilway timetable. ap pears in anoth?i columii. Tenders are:. called for splitting posts. Mr F.Mnller, of Queenstown, hav ing sold his orchard, advertises a number of articles for sale. .Mr Chas. Carpenter, the quality butcher of St.Andrews, advertises special 10/- parcels of meat for spot cash. Mr W. S. Neelands, of Northcote, inserts a roofing proposition in his advertisement, *which should be of interest this storny weather. The Girls' Club will hold a ball in the Hurstbridge hall on Monday next in aid of (the Memorial park. The music will be by Luckman's band. Mr H. H. Clark will hold his fort nightly Eltham market on Wednes day next, and included in the list of entries are a buggy, dray wheels, separator, chaffcutter, &c. Tenders are called by the Whit tl...
Panton Hill. CRETONNE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Panton ;Hill. ORETONNE BALL. (FROM OUR CORRESPOONDENT). A most successful entertainment was held at Panton Hill last Friday, when the much-discussed "cretonne": ball took place in the local hall. A strong committee of ladies, of which Mrs. Scarce was secretary, had made 'thorough preparations for the event, every detail of which had been care fully thought out. The hall was most tastefully decorated with orange and black streamers, festoons of green ery, Chinese lanterns and mural ornaments of flowers. The stage was massed .with greenery and flowers, amongst which the gor geous Protea melliflora was con- 3 spicuous. The dresses worn by the ladies displayed much aesthetic taste, and harmonised excellently with the decorations, while the old gold shades on the lights mellowed the 1 scene in a pleasing manner. The judges had a difficult task in deciding upon the most effective dress, but finally awarded the prize to Miss WVinnie Moore. The dress of Mrs. Scarce was so pleasing that a sp...
WARRANDYTE v. ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
WARRANDYTE v. ELTHAM. The above teams met at Eltham, and the changes in the latter were Kenny, Hill and Kaye, who replaced Morris (injured), Jarrold (ill), and Capewell (absent). The game was rough throughout, but the "knight of the whistle" handled the game exceptionally well, and is entitled to credit for it. The first quarter was fairly even, Warrandyte opening the score with a behind. Le Brocq scor ed a goal for Eltham almost immedi ately after, and this was followed by a goal. However, Eltham scored their second "sixer" per medium of A. Scott, and at quarter time were leading by five points, the scores be ing Eltham 2-1 to 1-2. The second term was more even, but the visitors, although slightly in the advantage, did not score appreci ably. Half-time scores were:-El tham 3-1, Warrandyte 1-6. The third quarter was slightly in favor of Eltham who increased their lead to 4-3, and Warrandyte to 1-7. The 'last quarter was all in favor of Eltham, although many of. their shots went wide...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Heidelberg Saw, Moulding and .Planing Mills Burgundy Street Heidelberg, and at Corner of Peel and Capel Streets, West Melbourne. Telephone 24 Heidelberg Ex. General and Builders' Ironmongery, Glass, Paint, Paoprhangings, etc. Joinery a Specialty. Quick Despatch by Rail or Road Baltic Timbers Reduced This Month. Write or Call-for Quotations. C. ROUCH. Proprietor. E. LANGFIELD, 178 uohnson St., COLLINGWOOD We Specialise in BOYS' & GIRLS' SCHOOL BOOTS. Made on the Premises. Guarnanted to Wear. MEN'S WORKING BOOTS-Our Make--ALL SOLID LEATHER. Once Worn, Always Woru. We do Repairs. Under New Maqragement Andrew's .Store, ELTHAM. V. O. & G. R. KRICK (Late A.I.F.) General Grocers and Produce Merchants. Orders Called for and Delivered. - A TRIAL SOLICITED. If Satisfied Tell OTHERS. If Not Tell Us. Northcote Furniture Coy. 54 HIGH STREET, NORTHCOTE CORNER WESTGARTH STREET. Country Clients can get off at Westgarth Station (Three Minutes from Shop), add Goods will be forwarded t...