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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDG-E. SA. D. NICHOLSON ISHES to infortms the Residents, of tie District that -he S his purchased ilthe above Business from Mr. G. W. COI ' ard,' and has- Full Stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crcckery, :-Drapery. Ciothinu, Etc. We specialise iri Stits'to Measure. Satis faction Guaranteed. Lairge Range of Ssmples to Choose from. We have engaged the services of one of the leading saleswomen from Myers', lMelhonrne, to take charge of the Drapery Department, and Prices will he as near the City as pissible. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.'; Hurstbridge Bakery. M. MIVORELAND W ISHES to notify the Public of Hursthridee and Surrounding Y y District that he h's purchased Mr Bodey's Business, and lIaving a First:class Baker is in a po.;,imi to supply a Good Loaf of Bread. Bown Bread and Small Goods 'a Speialty. ..l i"Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDGE. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DORSET HOUSE, IfURSTBRlDGE. -0 Under New IMana...
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
, ELTHAM. (rROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). The Eltham and Glen Park Progess Association held their usual monthly meeting on Tuesday evening. M r Cope land was elected to the chair on the motion of Mr Smithers. Owing to the small number present it was decided to hold over the correspondence till the next meeting on the motion of .M r D. cColl. It was decided to change the meeting night, as the Girls Gym nastic Club meet in the main hall on every meeting night of the Society, and business is hampered by the clashing of these meetings. M r Barber (Sec retary) was appointed to confer with the hall committee re arranging a suit able night. Mr Barber reported that work re erection of "Welcome to El tham" signboard was well in hand. The Drohan Cup was formally hand ed over to the President of the Dia mond Valley Football Association at Greensborough on Tuesday evening. Mr J. J. Drohan, of Eltham, who pres ented the cup, was present. I r Drohan was introduced to the delegates, who represented Elth...
Correspondence. "THAT CORNER AGAIN." TO THE THE EDITOR OF ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Correspondence. "THAT CORNER AGAIN." TO THE THE EDITOR OF ADVERTISER. Sir,-Your correspondent "Fair Play" and the Strathewen Progress Association forget that other parts of the shire have need ofbridges and roads. The Flat Rock -road bridge and the road itself are in a far more dangerous condition than Schultze's bridge: and Kennedy's bridge and Long Gully bridge are just as ur gent, and affect far more Eltham shire rateyayers. "Fair Play" too forgets that other ratepayers pay 2/6 in the £ and get nothing done, their money going to "that corner which is always asking for more." Research, Kangaroo Ground, Panton Hill, and Hurst bridge pay some thousands of pounds each year in rates, and yet the only sums granted them this year were £90 for Warrandyte road, £60 for Bourchier's road, and £130 for Flat Rock road ; whereas already this year "that corner" has had the following works done-(1) Three or four men working on Hone's road for several weeks. (2) Three or four men working on Ranki...
Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Methodist Church. Cottle's Bridge Methodist Church held its anniversary on Sunday, 27th inst., commencing with a concert and coffee supper. On Saturday 26th, there was a well-filled Church, with the usual programme of songs and recitations. Miss F. Cook sang sweetly, and the duet with the Misses McWiggan and Cook was ap plauded. The four instrumentalists -Messrs. Rees and Pill (with cornet and violin), Master Thompson (sec ond cornet) and Miss Thompson (at the organ)-were better than the audience expected, and the choir sang very well. Mr. McWiggan (superintendent of the Sunday school) introduced Mr. Merson in a neat speech, who distri buted the prizes to the scholars with an encouraging word to each. Then he gave them a fatherly address on the wisdom of living and doing right in the sight of God, contrasting the life and ways of Bishop Philips Brooks with some people whose names had been recorded in the papers during the week. After Miss R. Godber had given two well-ren dered recit...
THOUGHTS. PROSPERITY—POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
THOUGHTS; PROSPERITY-POLITICS. (BY MERNDA.) All people are genuinely grateful to the Giver of all good for the rain so mercifully sent, after the long spell of dry weather, without growth in pastures, and, worse still, the wither ing away and disappearance of grass not eaten, as it is well known that grass withereth and wastes away if timely rains do not come to preserve it. There is one of the best grass paddocks in Mernda opposite where I live, belonging to the Mayfield Estate, that was not stocked up, and the grass preserved for winter feeding, and I never saw it for years as bare as it is at present, the season being the cause. But with all the drought, we have a glorious district. and country. The Almighty has done his part, if man will only do his. All the world over they are squabbling and quarrelling with one another, the reason being, in my opinion, lack of true religion.' I earnestly adi-'se my fellow-country men and women to try and take the best out of our glorious inher...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails. Miss A. L. Goodwin, A.L.C.M Teacher, Pianoforte, Theory, Harmony,. etc. " EMONRUO," PANTON HILL RINTIN G RO GRAMMES OSTERS. Address Labels Art Union Tickets Balance-Sheets Billheads Envelopes (Business CARDS Concert Invitation Visiting Handbills Letterheads Prize Cards Show Catalogues Sports Cards If you want anything known Insert a \Totice in " THE L DVERTISER' k~MOS ST., tHURSTBRI bGE The Paper with he Circulation. Hurstbridge to Kinglake Motor Service: J.. D. CHALMERS /OTOR WAGGON leaves Hurstbridge lYL. Station three days weekly for Kinglake-MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS--at 9.30 a.m., meeting the first train from the City... Leaves Kinglake at 4.30 p.m., and meets the 6 p.m train from Hurstbridge. SINGLE FARES, 4s: PAREL CARRIED. Special carting done by arrangement. Now is the Time. ORSE-CLIPPING Executed Promptly Half-clip 7/6, full *clip, 10/- ; no waiting. D. G. GRAHAM, Hurstbridge. "Premier" Coach& M...
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 June 1923
Church Services. First Sunday after Trinity- June 1. Church of England Services will be held as follows : Kinglake,2 45 p.m. Queenstown, 7.30 p.m., Holy Communion. Rev E. Selwyn Chase. Panton Hill, 3.30 p.m. &nbsp; Hurstbridge, 7.15 p.m. &nbsp; Mr Jno. Byatt, Th.L.
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, JUNE 8, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 June 1923
THE ilthats mand jhittklesa Shiers AND Wimxtattýd Eveh WallCey 2 dvocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, JUNE 8, 1923. Local and General. Eltham council report is on page 4. Tenders are called for fencing. Tenders are called for works by the Heidelberg shire council. Tres Bon pictures, Whittlesea, on Tuesday. Mr Albert A. Haynes will hold his fortnightly Greensborough mar ket on Monday next. The Whittlesea shire council will meet on Wednesday next, when ten ders close for various contracts. Rates not paid ,by. June 10 pre vents the owner having a vote and renders him liable for interest. Mrs Ewins has dispssed of her in terest in Dorset Houso, Hurstbridge, and her successor will take posses sion on June 18. Ratepayers are reminded that un. less their rates are paid by June 10 they will not be entitled to vote at the municipal elections. Influenza is very prevalent in the district, the stationmaster and post mistress at Hurstbridge being the last two victims to be off d...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 June 1923
Sir,-- I noticed that a member of the Hurstbridge Progress Asscciation is urging the people of that village to bring out a candidate for the North Riding. As there are three councillors on the border of the place, represent ing the Eltham, Whittlesea and Heidelberg Shires, I think it would be more in keeping with the balance of power if a representative came from the neglected parts of the North .Riding.-Trusting some one else will advocate the wants of the bush roads. -Yours, etc., JUSTICE.
Montmorency Station. GOOD PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 June 1923
Montm?#renc StaIion. GOOD PROGRESS. - A public meeting of the Montmor ency Railway Station Trust was held in St. Faith's hall, when the secre tary reported that he had received a letter from the r Commissioners stat ing the exact fares that would be charged from the new station when openedi for traffic. The committee drew attention to the great advantages of the station, which would increase the value of the surrounding properties and obvi ate, the necessity of travelling long distances to the present stations. As the time to accept the Commission. ers' conditional offer to build the station is getting short, it is impera tive that all who intend to assist the trust's efforts should immediately get all information or send their do nations to the secretary (Albert A. Haynes), Greensborough.
MUNICIPAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 June 1923
MUNICIPAL MATTERS.. Sir,-In an interesting letter from Mlr Herbert Hewitt, in your last issue, he mentions "that other rate payers pay 2/6 in the £ and get nothing done, their money going to that corner which is always asking for more." Why is that so? What is wrong with the working of the riding when there is such an out-cry about high rates and nothing being done; surely it does not all go to "that corner". It seems that the time has arrived for a .readjustment of bound aries or a new Shiri'e, as we appear to be going from bad to worse. -Yours, etc., BACKBLOOKS.
Correspondence. NORTH RIDING AFFAIRS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 June 1923
Correspondence. NORTH RIDING AFFAIRS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER Sir,-Cr Hewitt, in reply tb my letter re the Schultz's bridge -death trap, has failed to prove any of my statements untrue." A few temporiry repairs to the Arthur's Creek-Strathewen road the filling up with clay of a few of the deepest ruts in a few isolated parts of the road-he divides and numbers and without quoting the cost, and whether the council received fair value for the money. Cr Hewitt says I for get that other parts'of the North riding need bridges and roads. On the con trary, I know that the statement is only too true, and, further, I know that the present revenue of the North riding is too small to pay for replacing its dan gerous bridges and putting its disgrace ful bye roads in an attractive condition. The remedy for the North riding is to take the President's advice and follow the lead of the other ridings and of every progressive shire in Victoria and borrow a sum of money sufficient to protect th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 June 1923
litham Dining Rooms (Late Morriss's Hotel). MRS OWEN D ESIRES to inform the public that sne has renovated the above house and is prepared to cater for the travelling public. Accommodatinn for week-enders. Meals and afternoon teas. Own cows-milk cream, cakes, &c. Tariff moderate. They come with a crunt, But they go with a smile They can buy a foot, Or they can buy a mile Of the Very Best HARDWOOD, BUILD ING MATERIAL at Station Saw Mills TIMBER . YARDS, _ HURSTBRIDGE. All the Same Price up to 20ft.. and 10 per cent. Cheaper than Elsewhere. Ask our Agents--BERTRAND and CHAMBl RLAIN, to Serve you. Orders can he Left with Agents or _Sen Direct to the Mill at Kinglake. S'1 IRL Wanted assist house duties; good home and wages; liberal outings. MRs. A. W. SRANDS, Studley Road, Ivanhoe. F OR SALE.-Lorry, including pole, shafts and frame.-A. BRINKKOTTER, Research. OR Sale.-Delivery Horse, any trial, suit orchardist.-Bertrand and Cham berlain, Hurstbridge. AKEN from Hurstbridge Hall on ...
Electric Power. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 June 1923
A representative of, the Electricity Commission:(Mr: :Levy) attended the Eltham council meeting on' Tuesday: with reference to -the installationi 'f light and power in the Shire. 'He? said. a sub-station would be erected; within i two miles of Eltham, and a' rough survey was being made of the district to see what would be required. It was expected that power would be available within i year, and the price' would depend upon the number of consumers. The councils would be supplied in bulk at cost price, and'the Commission would distribute it.' It would only be supplied where it would pay. The sub-station. at Eltham will get its power from Newport, but it will not be much longer before it comes from Morwell. The power will be run from Mitcham to Lilydale, and it would be takenr from Lilydale to Yarra Glen, which could be supplied much earlier than Eltham. Hurst-: bridge would be included in the Eltham scheme, and if the cool stores -come in it will reduce the cost. Many people who have...
ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 June 1923
ASSOCIATION MEETING. A meeting of delegates was held at Greensborough last evening, all the clubs being represented except War randyte. Two players-one Heidelberg and one Templestowe- were reported for striking, and after some discussion they were let off with a caution. Several speakers expressed themselves forcibly on this matter, and it is understood that any player reported for using bad language or striking will be severely dealt with in future. Umpires are asked to report on elbowing, some of the delegates thinking it is worse than striking. Hurstbridge reported adversely on last Saturday's umpire, while Greens borough thought he was O.K. This has happened in several matches with other clubs. They but exist who seek the shade Lest pure azone their lungs distress, Fresh air aud light for man was made, And sunshine for his happiness. The changing seasons make life's round, And all must coughs and colds endure; But prompt relief is always found In Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 June 1923
Heidelberg .Sr a*; JMa.ulding, - and Plaiing 4lM?ts&I :i Burgundy Street Heidelberg, and at Corner of Peel and Capel Streets, West Melbourne. Telephone 24 Heidelberg Ex. General and Buiiders' Ironmongery, Glass, Paint, Paperhangings, etc. Joinery a Specialty; Quick Despatch by Rail or Road Baltic Timbers Reduced- This Month. Write or Call for Quotations. C. ROUGH, Proprietor. E. LANGFIELD, 178 Johnson St., COLLINGWOOD We Specialise in BOYS' & GIRLS' SCHOOL BOOTS. Dlade on the Premises. Gusranrteed to Wear. HlEN'S WORKING BOOTS -Our Makr-ALL SOLID LETE.B}.. Once Worn, Always Woru. We do Repairs. Under New Maqagement. Andrew's Store, ELT HA1Vd. 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 O?'rAExRS. If Not Tell Us. Northoote Furniture Coy. 54 HIGH STREET, NORTHOOTE CORNER WESTGARTH STREET. Country Clients can get off at Westgatth Station (Three Minutes from Shop)...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 June 1923
Methodist Church Services Methodist Church Services will be held as follows : SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1923. Diamond. Creek, 11 a.nm, Mr Gilmour; 7.15 p.m.. Mr McWiggan. Arthur's Creek, 3 p;im., Mr Gilmour. Cottle's Bridge, 3, Mr Colloin. Hurstbridge, 7 15 p.m., Mr F. Thompson. Taneck's Corner, 3 p.m , Mr McWiggan. Panton Hill, 7.30 p.m., Mr Gilmour. 1WattleGlen, 7 15 p.m.. Mr Collom.
BLACK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 June 1923
BLACK DAYS. Without the atmospnere many pecu7 liar things would be observed that would seem extraordinary to us. The sun would rise in the morning into a sky as black as ebony, and sink down to rest at night into a -black bed. No beautiful glories of the sunset and sunrise would appear, no blueness of the heavens, no red sun gradually growing brighter, but one that would rise as a fiery orb and remain thus all day. No twi light or daybreak to cheer us, for there would be nothing to diffuse light. Unless the sun shone directly on a thing we should not see it. Thus our houses would have to be made of some transpare.t substance or eieo be artificially lighted in the day time. No voice or music could be heard, for there would be no medium to carry sound ; no birds or insects could flit about in the trees, for there would be r?:'-: to enable threm to utilize their aing motion. I'o vegetation cOa urat, and no animal. could live. This Is believed to be the exact condition of affaizs on the...