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WARRANDYTE v HURSTBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 June 1923
WARRANDYTE V H URSTBRIDGE. Hurstbridge journeyed to War randyte on Saturday last with a good team and a fair array of supporters. Hurstbridge jumped into their stridd from the bounce, and with nice con certed play soon took the lead. With the pace on from the jump off, War randyte commenced to use their weight, and the weaker players f.ll as the rush went on, and, favored by a lenient- umpire, this continued until the Hurstbridge captain (W. Under wood) adopted similar tactics with his team, and the game was soon in safe keeping. The final scores were -Hurstbridge, 10 goals 10 behinds; W\arrandyte, 5 goals 5 behinds. For the winners C. Wilson and Allen Verso appeared to be best in an even team, and G. Dillon and a few others whose names we were unable to ascertain, were prominent for the losers. The umpiring of Biddiscombe was most satisfactory. and without further comment say that he bounced the ball and the scuffle ensued to the end. Greensborough defeated Kangaroo Ground by 17-10...
Kinglake. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
Kinglake, PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) At the last meeting of the Progress Association a letter was received from Sir W. McPherson (acting Premier) thanking the association for the wel come extended to himself and mem bers of his party on his recent visit through the district. Regret was expressed that the district should have lost a grant of £150 through Cr. Hewitt not seeing his way clear to support his two col leagues in endeavoring to finance it. It was decided to ask the ratepayers of the district to sign a petition re questing Cr. White to allow himself to be nominated for the North riding seat. Several speakers spoke in high terms of him. -Messrs Exton and Thomson will present the petition to Cr. White at the next council meeting. Comment was made about the timber carters using the road, but since the meeting an officer of the Country Roads Board has been in the district, and the timber traffic has stopped. !,..-p '-? ,. =,
Kinglake West. NEW SCHOOL OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
Kinglake West. NEW SCHOOL OPENED. (FROM OUR. CORRESPONDENT). , The Kinglake West School (No. 3255) was officially opened on Tues day, June 12, by the member for the district (Mr W. H. Everard, M.L.A.) The new building, which is built to accommodate 40 children, cost £635 5s. It is compact, comfortable, and well lighted, standing out conspicuously against the old building, which has served its purpose for over thirty years, having been built and handed over to ths department by the local residents. The school was nicely decorated by the ladies of the district, who also provided refreshments in lavish style, and which were done full justice to by the boys and girls of the school., Mr Everard (who was introduced by Cr. Campbell) paid a high tribute to the old pioneers for the splendid manner in which they faced dangers and difficulties-a fine example for the younger generation. He alluded to men like Mr C. Rawsthorn, who, although having left the district, still left the memory of good...
Bereavement Card. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
Bereavement Card. M RS E. and MRS L. BOWEN desire to sincerely THANK their many friends and acquaintances for kind letters, cards, telegrams, andpersonal expressions of sym pathy on the occasion of their recent sad and sudden bereavement. Will all friends please accept this intimation of their sin cere gratitude.-Panton Hill.
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, JUNE 22, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
THE QIltaui anmd Whittlegta Shires AND giunontd vec 1iWalieg dtvu cate Publishledr Ever Frid.a2 A fternbon HURSTBRID.GE, JUNE 22, 1923. Local and General. Correspondence and news from Kinglake and Kinglake West appear on the fourth page. The Eltham and Glen Park Pro gress Association will meet on Fri day evening next-altered night. Poison has been laid in the pad docks near the slaughter yards at Research. Eltham and Diamond Creek police stations are to be connected with the telephone exchange. The euchre party and dance in connection with the Hurstbridge Progress and Fruitgrowers' Associa tion will be held on Thursday next: The Panton Hill minstrel troupe concert has been postponed until Friday, July 27, on account of some of the performers having influenza. Tenders are called by the'Eltham shire council for works in Eltham, Hurstbridge-Kinglake road, and Cot tle's Bridge deviation. A poster ball will be held in El tham on July 7, in aid of the hall funds, and prizes will be given ...
Auction Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
'Auction Sales. The Coorie Estate, Rosanna, con taining 65 choice allotments, a w.b. villa and a small paddock, will be submitted to auction. by Messrs ,Coghill and Haughton, at 2.45 -p.m. to-morrow, in a seated marquee, on the property. A free car will run from Heidelberg and Rosanna sta tions. This district is in great favor with people who want homes, and now is the time to buy-before the prices get too high. Mr Albert A. Haynes will sell at Eltham to-morrow at 2.30, near the station, shops and buildings for re moval, on account of Mr J. D. Mea ley; also, at the same time, a resi dence ii Arthur street. On Satur day, June 30, he will sell five shop sites and two villa sites, in Hailes street, Greensborough. These sites are near the hotel, which is to be .built at a cost of £8,000. Greens borough is only 25 minutes from the city by electric train, and as a busi ness town has good prospects. Mr Haynes will hold his fortnightly Greensborough market on Monday next. A sale of Crown la...
Hurstbridge Trains. MR CLAPP'S VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
Hurstbridge Trains. MR CLAPP'S. VISIT Mr Clapp (Railways Commissioner) will visit Hurstbridge on Wednesday, July 4, and in consequence of this, the Hurstbridge Progress and Fruit growers' Association, at its meeting last night, decided that AMessrs Verso and Gray shuld voice the claims of the district with reference to electric trains, fares, and train'service. It was pointed out that the town is handicapped through the midday train being cut out, and that fruit growers who miss the 8 a.m. from town cannot get; another one until the afternoon, and by the time they arrive at Hurstbridge it is too late to do anything. People who wish to visit the district for a few hours can not do so, as insufficent time is allowed. It was 'decided to ask Diamond Creek and Wattle Glen Progress Associations to urge on ',r Clapp the necessity of having the 11 a.m. train from 'town to run through to Hurst bridge, as that hour would suit the present timetable; also to have a train leave lurstbridge at mi...
PHOTOGRAPHING SNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
PHOTOGRAPHING SNOW. A-mong all the marvellous works of *Nature there can be nothing more delicately beautiful than a snowflake. Mr. Wilson Alwyn Benson, an Am erican scientist who lives at Jericho, :Vermont, has devoted thirty-five years to the study of thse minute fairy-like pasrtdel ~o frozen moisture. As a boy, Mr. ?, an wOl t ?sa ed by the levelags 4 ej es fe invested the A~ws money he ever earned in a .microsoope. and before Ae was sixteen he had made hundreds of drawings of snowflakes. Drawings qguite. failed to satisly him, however, and in 1335, when he was only nine teen, he began his first experiment in micro-photography. The snowflake is an exceedingty elu sive and difficult subject for the photographer, but by dint of wonder ful patience Mir. Benson found out how best to take a perfect photo graph of the snow crystal. He has made altogether over 3,S00 photographs of snowflakes, and no two of them are alike. Although built usually according to the rule of six, every crysta...
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, JUNE 19. (Before Mr W. G. Smith, P. M., and Messrs A. H. Price and J. J. O'Connor, J. P.'s.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, JUNE 19. (Before Mr W. G. Smith, P.M., and Messrs A. H. Price and J. J. O'Con nor, J.P.'s.) DEBT CASES. C, W. Collard v. J. Summers, or der for £2/16/9 and 5/6 costs; also against F. Mills and John Thompson for £6/2/ and 18/ costs. A: Reeves v. Alex. Bayliss, order for £6/1/4 and 6/ costs. G. McPhee v. E. E. and L. Bayliss, claim £5/6/3.-The P.M. said as the former defendant was an insolvent it was out of their hands, and there was no order made. FIRST ON SECOND. For travelling in a first-class com partment on a second-class weekly ticket between Greensborough and Heidelberg, Eric Whitlocke, 18, was fined 5/ and 5/ costs. His ex cuse to the checker was that he had been out of work. The P.M. said he could not under stand people taking the risk. They go about the country making trouble for themselves when they know they are doing wrong. TRUCK OBSTRUCTION. Constable Rose charged J. T. Chalmers with obstructing the road at Diamond Creek by leaving a motor t...
Wedding at Greensborough. BULLEN—CHAPMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
Wedding at Greensboroug h. BULLEN-CHAPMAN. (FKOM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) One of the prettiest and most po pular weddings held in Greensbor ough was solemnised on Saturday, June 16, in All Saints Church, the contracting parties being Miss Rose Chapman (niece of Councillor and Mrs Santon) and Mr Stafford Bullen (son of Mr and Mrs Charles Bullen, who are very old residents of Greens borough). The bride looked charming in a dress of ivory duchesse satin, with lace, Lady Betty sleeves, trimmed with crystal beads, pearls, lily of the valley, and orange blossoms; court train lined with pale blue, designed in true lovers knots worked in crystal 'beads and pearls, spray of orange blossom, veil, coronet of orange blos som, and shower bouquet of carna tions. The first bridesmaids were Miss Georgie Santou and' Miss Elsie Bullen, who were dressed in blue satin, georgette panels and sleeves, trimmed with pink crystal beads, blue and pink flowers at waist, blue tulle veils, coronet of blue and pink, p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
-Heidelberg. Saw, -Moulding and.. Planing =Mills. Bur-undy Siteet Heidelberz, and at Corner of Peel. and Capel Streets, A West Melbourne. Telephone 24 Heidteberg Ex. eGent:ral an,d Builders' Ironmongery, Gloss, Paint, Paperhangings, etc. Jloinerv Specialty. Quick Despatch by Rail or Road Baltic Tibhers Reduced This Month. Wice or Call for Quotiions. C. ROUCB, Proprietor. ?. LANGFIELD, 178 aJohnson St., COLLINGWOOD We Specialise in BOYS' & GIRLS' SCHOOL BOOTS. Made on the Premises. Guaranteed to Wear. MlEN'S WORKING BOOTS-Our Make-ALL SOLID LEATHER. Once Worn, Always Woru. We do. Repairs. Under New Maqagement Andrew's Store, E L T .A.1VI . 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), and Gods will...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
M ethodist Church Services Methodist Church_.Services will be held as follows : SUNDAY, JUNE 24. 1923. Diamond Creek, lIi aim., and 7.15 p.m., L.P.A. Convention Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m., Mr Collom. Cottle's Bridge, 3 p.m., Mr Harvey. Hurstbridge, 7.15 p.m., MAr Collomn. Tauck's Corner, 3 p.m., Mr Campbell. Research. 3.30 p.m , Mrs V. Collom. Panton [Jill, 7.30 p.m., Mr McWiegan. Wattle Glen, 7 15 p.m., .lr Roger.1
ELTHAM v. HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
ELTHAM V. HEIDELBERG. Eltham journeyed to Heidelberg on Saturday, where they met the local combination. Adliugton, McColl, Gol lings and Jenkins were the new men included in the team. Rain was fall ing wheir the teams took the field. The visitors were outclassed during the first quarter, when the locals put up a big score. Eltham were slow to the ball, the heavy conditions not suiting their light men. Considering the conditions, the Heidelberg men were marking excellently, and their players showed plenty of dash. The visitors were especially weak in the forward line, chances of scoring beiung thrown away time after time. After the first quarter the game was a see saw one, neither sides scoring appre ciably. Eltham were unable to score a goal, but the game, although not a spectacular one, was not one sided. The final scores were:-Heidelberg, 8 goals 12 behinds; Eltham, 5 be hinds. Few men on either side side showed exceptional form. Par sons in the ruck for Heidelberg and L. Parsons ...
DIAMOND CREEK v. TEMPLESTOWE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
DIAMOND CREEK v. TEMPLESTOWE, The former were at home to Temple stowe last Saturday, when on a slip pery ground the Creek team proved too strong for the visitors, who had several good men out with the "flu". The first half was very fast, good foot ball being shown on both sides Owing to the late arrival of the visitors, the latter part of the game was played in semi-darkness. Whicker took charge after the bounce, and forwarded later with a free; then Heddle marked and sent to E. Wadeson, who raised the two flags. H eddle forwarded from the bounce, and Wright with a good kick scored second goal. J. IChivers was fouled and forwarded, but R. Wadeson from a free returned. C. Hughes passed to Morrison, then to E. Mullins, who got a goal. A nice chain of marks be tween T. Huntly, E. Wadeson and C. Wllson enabled the latter to score a goal. J. Bass passed to L. Herbert to G Huntly, Smith forwarding, where S. Mullins got a free, followed by another to E. Mullins. E. Wade son stopped the mar...
FOOTBALL. DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
FOOTBALL. DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. The following are to-morrow's fixtures: Heidelberg v Greensborough Templestowe v Kangaroo Ground Diamond CreeK v Warrandyto Eltham v Hurstbridge Positions of Clubs Club Played Lost Won Points Greensborough 7 - 7 28 Heidelberg 7 1 6 24 Templestowe 7 3 4 16 Eltham 7 4 3 12 Diamond Creek 6+ 3 3 12 Hurstbridge 7 4 3 12 Warrandyte 7 6 1 4 Kangaroo Ground 6+ 6 - - $ This match is yet to be played, as the umpire failed to turn up as appointed. HURSTBRIDGE V. KANGAROO GROUND The latter team visited Hurstbridge on Saturday, but, owing to sickness, could only manage to place twelve of their regular players in the field, On the bounce of the ball the visitors took up the attack and quickly regis tered a behind. Their effort, how ever, was short-lived, as the locals then took charge of ' the game and at the call of time had put up the huge score of 1i goals 25 behinds to Kan garoo Grounds two points Hurst bridge played a very even side, while Irwin and Muir...
Mr. Everard's Grievance. POLICY OF FALSE ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
. Mr. Everard's Grievance. POLICY OF FALSE ECONOM1Y. Speaking at the quarterly meeting of the Olinda branch of the Women's National League, held at Olinda on Tuesday, Mr Everard, M.L.A., criticised the State Ministry for having adopted a policy of false economy. It was very nice for the Acting Premier (Sir William McPherson) to balance the ledger; but'while he was doing this some people who asked for bread were given stones. A policy of economy, if combined with efficiency, was de sirable, but economy without efficiency was false economy. The efficiency of Australia as a producing country de pended on the existence of good roads, and by a "mingy" policy of road con struction the Ministry had followed false economy. Another matter in which he thought that the Cabinet had erred was the limited manner in which overseas markets for Australian products had been developed. In the East, Australia had a market at her very doors, but surprisingly little had been done by the State to develop ...
The Bunyip. [Dedicated to Mrs Conway.] [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
The Bunyip. [Dedicated to Mrs Conway.] In the hinterland of Christmas Hills, In a wild and lonely glen, There lives a budgery bunyip Far removed from human ken. You may hear him softly calling If the night be calm and clear. How wonderful his music Sounding far away or near. Or north, or south. you cannot .tell, Whence that deep note-crescendo That fills with fear the soul at night, Then dies-diminuendo. And you think you see him ghost-like, In the darkness at your side, Where the reeds are swaying wildly, Some huge monster sure must glide. Then you shudder and grow timid, When there breaks beneath your feet Some fallen branch, some withered leaf ; Hush ! hush ! -his grinding teeth. And you shiver in thd stillness, As his call swells to a roar Like the bellowing of a maddened hbull Stabbed by the Toreador. M.M. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 June 1923
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