Elephind.com contains 43,914 items from Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1922. [Before Mr R. Knight, P.M., and Mr E. W. Smithers, J.P.] RAILWAY TRESPASSING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Eltham Police Court. TTJESDAY,. JULY 17, 1922.. Before Mr R. Knight,. P:M.,. and M E. W. Smithers, JLP..] BAILWAY. TRESP.SSING... R.. S. Falloon,.railway prosecuting offiber,, proceeded against flerbert M.inett for trespassing. on.- railway property. M. J. Thorpe,. ticket: checken,, stated, that on April 25 he was. on special duty at Greensborough,, and. when checking,the 6.15. p.m, train. he saw. defendant step, down at the end. of the platform. l=e asked him? why he did it,.and defendant replied that it` was, a short cut. In some cases. this. was done to. avoid the tickets. being: checked: Defendant..eplained to the bench> that his wife was ill at the time, and: he wanted! to? get home as. soon as possible. The P:M. remarked that he might have delayed his home-coming. fon ev.er-if a train had been coming; The defendant said that: the :lain, had gone.. Fined 2/6, and. L2/6; costsi. the. P.M: advising, him' not to. do it again, on he would be fined. heavily.. 'he, law has.to., be...
GOOD WORK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
GOOD WORK A woikirig-bee commenced opera tions on the formation of Brougham street on Saturday, July 15th This streept is being formed so as to enable thecbouncil to carry the water nmain along the street. This portion of the town is a vastly picturesque one, two prominent artists residing here, viz., Messrs -Max -Meldruw atd R. Lux more. The bee consisted "of Cr An drew, E. ,' toll, I'.' Jewel,. R. Lux more, and F. Gilsedan. " Good pro gress. was made, and ae roadway almost completed. The opening of this street' will .prove a great asset to those who contemplate building in the vicinity.
CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
CRICKET ASSOCIATION. A meeting was held at Greens borough on Wednesd4y evening, July 19th, to consider the advisability of forming a district cricket association. Diamond Creek were unable to send representatives; ut it was gathered that they. : ere in favor of the proposed competition. ' . - . Present were Messrs Franklin,' Oa.illy, Johnston (Greensborough) D. j. _ Coll, G. Birchall C. Nicholls (Fltham), J. Pairkes and" W, You ton (Montmorency). On motion. of Mr Youlton, Mr. D. J. M'Coll was elected secretary pro tem. Mr G. Birehall.was elected chair man pro tenm, on the motion of Mr Johnston.,. A let*er was rad by secretary from the Mont Park I lub, regretting their inability to join their association. The secretary was instructed to4 communicate with the Hnrstbridge, Diamond Creek and Kangaroo Ground cuibs, inviting them to send repre sentatives to next meeting. It was decided to arrange boun daries at the next meeting, which would be' 'a more representative one No business could...
DIAMOND CREEK ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
DIAMOND CREEK ROADS. Sir,-I have read the report of your correspondent at Diamond Creek referr ing to the condition of the - roads 'gener-. ally of Diamond Creek. -4 think it is a pity that your correspondent has found it necessaryto write in this strain, be cause we all know that in wet weather the roads are bound to be slushy and in the portion of the shire that I reside in it is nothing new to be in a condition that my boots require changing when I reach the station. But I am not quiteso fussy about that and recognize that if we can get reasonable roads we should be, thankful. I will admit that I could do with a little more attention to my road, and I know other back roads can do with attention. I see that your correspondent says that there is a surplus for this iding. No doubt he is better i-iformed on that point than I am, but from what I can see whatever amount is due to our portionof the riding far too much is spent in and around the township of Diamond Creek, and not enoughi...
Opening of State Parliament. MR. EVERARD'S SPEECH ON THE ADDRESS IN REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Opening'l of State Parlia nient. MR. EVEr ARD'S S1EEOCH ON THE ADDRESS IN REPLY. Mr. Everard. said : "I did not in tend to rise :so early to speak in this debate, but unfortunately our party is not too well represented in the House. as the Honorable Member for D yles ford and the Honorable Member for Gippshind South are both absent through illness. The Honorable Member for Rodney has warned us that the revenue from the northern areas would not be as large as in the previous years. However, from a bad start sometimes good endings are evolved, and with reasonable rains in August and September the northern districts may yet bring forth an abun dant harvest this season. I am glad the Government ae? optimistic in regard to State finance. Mr. Allan expressed sorrow. that the expenditure had grown >o much.".. .Mr. Everard then went on to compliment Mr. Melter, of the Lands Department, for the splendid work he and his otficers had done for the Closer Settlement Department. During the rec...
Eltham. COUNCIL ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Eltham. (FROM O.UR CORRESPONDENT.) COUNCIL ELECTION. -Latest -ad vices, to" hati'd contradict' the sta~teient that ,r Bradbury does not seek re-election. Cr Bradbury is essentially a business-man, and his services would 1e hard to replace. He entered the Council when its financial reisotrc's ivre decidedly .shaky, but 1 in conjunction with his colleagues his administration has been a great suc cess, as the Shire finainces to-day are very stable The people of 'Etham fully realise, the good qualities of their representatives, and a deputation waited on Cr.Bradbury last we k, and were informed by that gentleman that he intended seeking re-election.
WHITTLESEA SHIRE AFFAIRS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
WHITTLESEA SHIRE AFFAIRS. TO -THE EDITOR OF 'ri?s ADVFeItTISER Smi,-According to your report' of the Whittlesea Shire Council meeting I note the President stated that they had about£10 in hand that day; also that the secretary 'reported that- there is about £800 in rates outstanding. Why is this thus? Is it fair to those who have paid. and is there no remedy ? This council talked a lot about summousing sometime ago. .Was\ it only bluff? And did those defaulters know it as such, while the mugs not in the'ktiow tum bled -over each other, rates in hand, to keep clear of the police court? Now that Mr Everard, M.L.A., is bringing in a Bill to rate the Metropolitan -Board, can the council do nothing to strengthen his hand ? Why not call public meeting ini each Ridling to support him ? If su:h ?a Bill wore Ipased it would be the salvation of Whittlesea and Eltham Shires. The above Board holds thousands of acres of land, innchof it first. class land, and'close to the railway, which would su...
Arthur's Creek. ACCIDENT TO CR. MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Arthur's Creek. * ' ~--»- ' (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) ACCIDENT TO CR. MURPHY. An accident which might have been attended with more serious conse quences befel Cr D. Murphy, of the '\hittle-ea Shire Council, on the 15th inst. While proceeding to a Iriends place at Hurstbridge,. the horse which Cr Murphy was riding took fright at a' motor cycle and .side: car.drawn up almost in the middle of the road just across Burke's bridge. The animal, without any .arning, plunged into the side of the bridge, and losing control of its legs fell heavily. Cr Murphy was thrown on to the beam, of the bridge, his head cbming in :contact therewith. The horse, turning a. somersault, rolled on top of its owner. Luckily no bonies were broken, but Cr. Murphy is confined to hi.s bed with parts of his body badly bruised. The animal shows signs of lameness since its adventure. WEATHER AND' CROPS. -We are being favored with nice rains at present. The weather is very cold, however, which. is keeping the crops ba...
Yarra Clen. FIVE-ROOMED HOUSE BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Yarra Glen. (FROM OUR CQRRESPONDENT ) FIVE-ROOMED HOUSE BURNT. Ori T'hursday oirning. la t a five' roomed house in' Armstrong° Grove, owned by Mr Jl.: Watts, ,was` com pletely destroyed by fire..- The place was occupied by Mr. Skinner. A&lt; the timee NI r. Skinner was away in hospital u.ndergoing an operation, Mrs. Ski inke also -being away froni horie and a lad hamedf Scott was looking after the place. How the fire originated is a mystery,, as all was right when the boylocked up and went to the post office:. Mr. Skinner lost most of this furnit?re, ' which; it is. thought, was not iiisured, and the house inly carried an insurance of £200 and Mr. Watts will be a heavyloser'also. V
EUCHRE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
EUCHRE PARTY. On Saturday evening, July 15th, the ladies' section of the Public Hall Conumittee held a successful euchre party and -da?re: Despite adverse weather conditions a fairly, large and representative crowd attended the function. A good number of persons assembled to play euchre, and keen play resulted. Mrs Phillips, who is the life and soul of these gathberings, assisted.by Mr G. Birchall, attended to the card players' wants. A feature of the tourriamient was the secret prizes. A: number was placed in an envelope and was not disclosed till the last game was completed. The players, who were seated at the table of the corresponding .number, and who held highest numirber of points received-the .prizes. Mrs Bowman received the lady's plize,, and Mr J. M'Col the gentleman's prize The first prize was awarded to Mr Meisner, who was suc cessful at the last pa i'ty, and Mr Clark received the "booby.'. prize. Mrs Bruce was.auccessful in the ladies sece :tion,.- and ,-Vi res Watson- "...
DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. Diamond Creek v. Templestowe. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. Diamond Creek v. Templestowe. The first semi-final in connection with the above association was played at Kangaroo Ground on Saturday last between the Diamond Creek and Templestowe teams. The weather was wet, and the ball slippery. The match resulted in a win for Diamond Creek by 6 goals 6 behinds (42 points) to Templestowe s 3 goals 5 behinds (23 points). Umpire Biddescombe had charge of the whistle. The second semi-final will take place at Diamond Creek on Saturday &nbsp; between the Greensborough and Eltham teams.
OLD LANDMARK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
OLD LANDMARK &nbsp; An old landmark of the district is to be shortly demolished: That is &nbsp; Kaylock's bridge, which is affection- &nbsp; ately called "the old rustic bridge." &nbsp; At one time, as in the song, it was indeed "the old rustic bridge by the &nbsp; mill," as a flour mill was situated a short distance away. The proprietor of this mill (Mr Ford) is, I under- &nbsp; stand, still living, and resides in the Shepparton district. That was in the good old days, when Eltham boasted also a tannery and a brewery, but like Goldsmith's "Deserted Village," it de- &nbsp; veloped into a lethargic state, and earned the title-a not misplaced one -of "Sleepy hollow." But now the fairy prince has come and broken the enchantment; and so the rustic bridge must go. The council is building a new and up to-date bridge to replace it. The electrification of the railway line will do more than this, and ad- vancement, although all right in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
I'm just in the mood, so I'm quittin' for good ! In the city I'm not in the boom; And I m startin' straight back to the old hush shack By the creek where the wattles bloom. Poor Mum and ol I Dad "ave bin awfully had Flood-time winters are hard to enduro SoI'm goin' right back down the.old bush track With Woods' Great Peppermint Cute. Panton Hill Public Hall. A SOCIAL Will be held on SATURDAY, 29th, at 8 p.m., Iii aid of the BAZAAR FUNDS. Music. Dancing.. Supper. Admission Is. Shire of Eltham. Building Surveyor. A PPLICATIONS, addressed to the Shire President, Kangaroo Ground, will be received up to 11 a.m. on Saturday, August 5th, 1922, for the position of BuILD xGe SURVEYOR for the Shire of Eltham: Particulars of duties and remuneration on application at the Shire Office. P. J. ,i 'MAHON, Shire Secretary. Shire. ot IflEtham. 'INOTICE is hereby given-: that an Open C?ourt will be held at the Shire Office, Kangaroo, Ground, on Monday, July 24, 1922, at 2 o'blc?ok p.m. to Revise the V...
Heidelberg Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Heidelberg- Shire Council. The monthly meeting was held in the shire hall, Heidelberg, on 1'uesday evening. when all the councillors were present. Before commencing the busine-s the Pre sident (Cr. Hannah) welcomed Cr. Lorimer back to the meetings, and said they were all pleased that he had recovered from his re cent serious illness.-Cr. Lorimer expressed his thanks, and was thankful to be at the council table again. CORRESPONDENCE. From council solicitors, forwarding their bill of costs and scale of charges.-Atten tion was drawn to the fact that in the cases of wandering stock alt owner would be fined half a crown and a pound costs.-Ci. Price said if the beuch made the fines heavier there would be less wandering stock -On the motion of Cr. Van it was decided that the committee consider the matter of costs, and also the advisabhleness of having a soli citor living in the shire to conduct the cases. Victorian Railways, advising that the growth of Hosanea district does not war. rant t...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1922. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
THE - ,titnmt aId ?hiiittleIst £ .ires }"dvertiser AND Biarnoan(reet WIlle dauorate Published Every Friday A fternoon FRfDAY; JULY 21, 1922. Local and General. Eltham court news appears on page one, and Lilydale notes and K.S.S.I.L. proposals on page four. Applications are called by the Eltham Shire' Council for a ranger for the south riding, 'and. tenders are called for various works. "The. staff of life"-white-and :irown-is delivered daily in the. Eltbam district-by Mr C. E. Fisher, of the local bakery, whose nc tice appears:in this Issue. A social will be held in the Panton Hill PTiblic Hall on, Saturday, July 29. in aid cf the bazaar fund. Temlers. re. qalled by the Whittlesea shire •counucil for work on Mahoney's lane. idoticeis gven bg.the E)tblam counicil that legal proceedings will be taken for the re covery of outstanding rates.' Cattle are impounded in Yan Yean pound. Mr S. W. Browne, of Eltham, inserts a notice on page one to the tffect that he builti and repairs all kind...
NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
NARROW ESCAPE. A party4 of eight-five adults and three' children- had a sensatioinal experience on Sunday afternoon last while motoring along Rosanna road near The Gables.: A calf was crossing the road, and the driver tried te avoid running-into it, with the re suit that the car shot off the road, rpan through a fence, and dropped down a fif teen feet embankment. Fortunately not one of the passengers. was injured, but the steering gear and axle of the car were dam-.. aged, :which was takeno-teo oxaid Shuigg's Heidelberg garage for replirs. 'Th1"calf was killed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
THE Post Office Store. . .AS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, Clothilg, etc. W specialise in suits to measure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose from. A trial order solicited. (LATE OF A.I.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. CRI CIKE T IA T' RI A L At your Service for Mutual Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J,. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 SUPPLIED complete-BATS, Ba-ys, LEG GUARDS. STutPS, GLOVES MATTI NS: , e BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUN, Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRICKET BAPLLS recovered equal to new. Best value of all Sportiqg Goods. guaranteed. A trial will Coqvince you, 389-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. - DORSET HOUSE, HURSTBRIDGE. Under New Management. o- -MRS. EWII , PROPRIETRESS, BEST ACCOMMODATION for Boarders and Week-Enders. Only one class of Australian Wines kept-THE BE'S'r. Good Stabling. Efficient Groom. Prices right. Visitors will find every satisfaction. A trial sol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
Don't " Keep a Few Fowls" HAVE T, AYERR. ! A Few Chnice Breeding Cnckerols left I wili appreciate Early Order-. for- at £1 Ils each. SETTINGS (IF IGG;-(-W L.) 7s 6d White Leghorn - my owN splendid per set ing. £2 10s per 100. strain. DAY OLD ('HICKS--(W.L.) 15s per Rhode Island Red - JAMES RTAN'S doz.. £1 10s per 25, £2 10s per 50, nmmretition strain. £5 54 per 100. i Black Orpington-oRAHAia -canISTI Chickens forwarded safely to any ad strain dress within 250 miles. V. L. SORENSEN, - HURSTBRIDGE Local Agent for the Famous " KARswooo " FoULTRa SPICE. Will make any lazy hen lay. P:ays for itself. A 2s packet will do 20 hens for 32 days. E. GADD, R.S.S. (SUCCESSOR TO W\EST BROS.) Coachbuilder, Shoeing and General Smith, ELTHAM. FTER many years experience of Diseased Feet and t- ý Bad Teeth, which I always give careful attention to, I trust the Residents of Eltham and District will give me their support.. Horse Medicines .in Stock. Painting and Rubber Tyres a specialty. - CLIPPING--DONE...
COMPULSION IN AR[?]ITRATIO. Scope of Commonwealth Law. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 July 1922
COMPULSIOM IN A? rI-TRATIO - Scope of Commonwealth Law. The Commonwealth Court of Con :iliation and Arbitration was created to Jeal with indstrial disputes of an in ter-State character, the intention of the Legislature being that the States should minister to the ills of labour within their own boundaries. The idea at the back of the Commonwealth law was to confine industrial troubles to the locality in which they were pro moted, but in reality the opposite re sult has been achieved. Practically the whole of the unions in Australia have federated, and being federal bodies they claim a right to have their claims heard by the Common,, _alth Co'urt. There has never yet bean given a clear definition of what is 3n inte;' State dispute, and what is not. But the unions gain access to the court by pretending that the workers through out the country are on the verge of in dustrial rebellion. The States have their industrial tribunals. They fune- tion in their own-way, and are eternally in co...