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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
"Premier" Coach& Motor Body Works ( Support Local I ndustry. O NE TON TRIUCK BODIES a speciality. Inspection Invited. - Original Designs to suit Orchardists. S ti Hand-made throughout by Expert Workmen. (No machine work). Only .best seasoned hardwood used. Substitute Body supplied while awaiting delivery. Order Body when ordering Chassis to avoid delay. CUT PRICES. TERMS ARRANGED. D. G. GRAHALVI (44 years Farrier-sgt. A.1.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. 3. Gillett Builder & Contractor, ELTRAI1V PLANS S& SPECIFICATIONS-SUPPLIED. Carrying .Business. HURSTBRIDGE TG MELBOURNE, A. H. GRIMSHAW NOTIFIES the public that he has cam menced carrying fruit and all kiids of produce between ' Hurstbridge and Mel bourne on Monday. Wednesday and Friday of each week,. leavine Hurstbridge at 4 p.m. Address-Wattle Glen. E. J. ANDREW, Authorised News Agent, - New Premises - g Opposite iailway Station, I ELTHAM. Stationery, School Requisites, SPeriodicals, Advertisements Received Library Ray Ro...
Whittlesea. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
Whittlesea, A public meeting of residents of the Shire of Whittlesea, convened by the local branch of the .R.S.S.I.L.A., was held in the Mec hanics' Institute on Monday night, 2nd July. The President of the Dis trict Association. (Mr. W. R. Hop kinson) chaired the .meeting; and was supported by Mr. T. Jobling (President of the Fathers' Associa tion). The chairman explained the ef forts made during the last two years to erect a fitting memorial in Whittlesea as a tribute to those who fought and fell in the Great War ; hindrances of various kinds has de layed the work but they had been in vited that evening to express their opinions and vote for either of the following proposals: (1) A soldiers' lounge added to the present hall, or (2) A drinking fountain placed in some prominent position in Whittle sea. After a spirited discussion it was moved by Rev. Jas Raff, and second ed by Mr. T. Jobling, " That the soldiers' memorial at Whittlesea take the form of a soldiers' lounge according t...
HURSTBRIDGE v. DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
HURSTBRIDGE V. DIAMOND CREEK. The above teams met on the for mer's ground, both teams being very strongly represented. With a strong wind behind them, the visitors soon had three goals to their credit. The play was of a very even character for the next two terms, but in the last quarter Hurstbridge set out to wipe off their deficit in points, and it was through faulty kicking th tt they failed, as out of six scoring shots they scored 1 goal and 5 behinds, while their opponents failed to add to their total. The final scores were :--)ia mond Creek, 7 goals 15 behinds; Hurstbridge, 5 goals 12 behinds. Campbell made a most impartial cen tral umpire.
Christmas Hills. ALL-NIGHT SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
Christmas Hills. ALL-NIGHT SOCIAL. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT) An "All-Night Social" organised by Mr. W. Saville, Hoen. Sec. of the Christmas Hills Railway League, was held at the Mechanics' Institute, Christmas Hills, on Friday, 29th June. The function was well patron ised, for in addition to local residents there were visitors from Yarra Glen, Kangaroo Ground and Research, whilst Panton Hills, Steel's Creek, Hnrstbridge, and Lilydale were also represented. Musical items were contributed by Miss Norah Birch, the Misses Fleming, Miss Kate Muir, Miss Young, Mr Riggs (who did yeo man service), and Mr. Calwell. All varieties of dance music were played and universal satisfaction was given. At intervals songs, recitations, and solo dancing were introduced and thoroughly appreciated, as was evid enced by the prolonged applause and cries of "encore" to which there was always a ready response. Mr. Rolls, the local State School teacher, deserves a special word of thanks and approbation for the ex...
Lower Plenty. NEW SCHOOL OPENED [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
Lower Plenty. NEW SCHOOL OPENED On Friday last, June 29th, the new school at Lower Plenty was of ficially opened by Mr. W. H. Ever ard, M.L.A. The building, which is of the latest type of rural school, is prettily situated on the main Eltham road, and is built to accommodate forty children. The Head Teacher is Mr. F. H. Gilsenan. Mr. Everard, who was accompani ed by the District Inspector, Mr. J. T. Saxton, M.A., was introduced to the large gathering of parents and friends by Mr. A. Paragreen, a member of the school committee, who occupied the chair owing to the absence of the President, Mrs. F. J. Bond. Mr. Everard prefaced his re marks by apologising for the absence of the Minister for Education (Sir Alexander Peacock) who, owing to I:ressure of business, was unable to attend. He congratulated the school committee on the way in which they had fought for the erec tion of the school, mentioning spec ially the very active part taken in the work by their President, Mrs. Bond. He expla...
POLITICAL AND OTHER GAMES TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
POLITICAL AND OTHER GAM ES TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER,. Sir,- The stock phrase "Seething with discontent" is applicable to other sections of people as well as policemen. The reign of discontept ensures pro gress, if not of the, generally approved kind; it means a. nove on towards; some other sort of goal. A man might. be fairly content leaning against a ver andah post, but our uniformed 'officer duty bound strongly forbids the ob struction being duplicated, consequent ly the law of force is upheld. The can tilever idea of shading the footpaths will do away with this luxury. The application of force is imperative. Everybody hates it and resents it. We are particularly willing only if it suits or pays us Our good fellow." Mernda'" says "Love is the thing," so does lots of others; for instance, Kinglake, sec tional interests, when they hint that an alliance with Kangaroo Ground is very fine and large sometime in Aug ust. Our footballers,and barrackers love the, umpire-sometimes. S...
Council Deputations. EXTON'S ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
Council Deputations. EXTON'S ROAD At the Eltham council- meeting on Monday, Mr. C. Exton attended, and pointed out that £6 was due to him for work he had done. He said he had been in the Kinglake district for thirty years, and the roads were in a shocking state. He hoped- they would not revert to a 1/6 rate as suggested by Cr. Hewitt, as they would have no road at all then. He would like to see the council adopt a bold policy and borrow some money so as to overtake the differ ence. Cr. Campbell explained that a few years ago Mr. Exton spent some money on the road, and at the time did not put in a claim for it, as he knew the exigencies of the council. At a recent meeting he was prepar ed to forego the £6 if £20 was spent on- the road, but owing to Cr. Hewitt's action last meeting it was not gone on with. Other cduncil lors.had supported him (Cr. Camp bell) in trying to get the grant of £150. The President said there were hopes of getting that grant. The north riding had spent all th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
Heid elberg :Saw, Mo.ulding and Planing Mills Bnrun!v Sreet Heidllh'r,-. :ard dat Corner of Peel and Capel Streets, West Melbourne. Telephonf' 24 Heidelh~rg Ex. Ge"rasl nrd Buiidter Ironmnongery, Glass, Pnint, Paperhangings, etc. Jo,"rv ::- Specialty. Quick Despach by Rail or Road Baltic Tinmh.:s Reduced This Tonnh. Wiee or Call for Quo:nrions. C. ROUCH. Proprietor. .o LANGFIELD, 178 dohnson St., COLLINGWOOD W\ Spe:ciaiie i,, BOTS' & GIRLS' SCHOOL BOOTS: Mlade o? , the Premises. Guaratend to W\ear. M1EN'S WORKING BOOTS-Our Mike-ALL SOLID LEATHER. Ovc,' Worn. AlAbayo Woru. We1 don Repairs. Under New Maqagement Andrew's Stoie, V. O. & G. R. KRICK (Late A.I.F.) General Grocers and Produce Merchants. Orders Cable.: for and Delivered. A TRI AL SOLICITED. If Satisfied Tell OTHEPS. If Not Tell Us. Northoote Furniture Coy. 5-4 IH?G. STREET, NORTHOOTE CORNER WESTGAIRTH STiEET. CCout: ry Clieti can zet c.ff at VesrtgSth Station (Three Minutes fratn 'Sho;p), and Goods will be f...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
MVethodist Church Services ptelhod ist Church services wVill he held IS follows :- SU'i)DAY..oJULY 8. 1923 Diamond Creek. 11 a.m., M1r Smalhy; 7.15 p.ro.. Air Collom. Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m., Mr Smalley. Cqttle's iridre. 3 p.m.. Mr 1cW\\'iupan. ImnisthridCe. 7 15 p.m., ;1r Smalley. Tunek's Co?ner, .3 p.m., 1.,r Colllnm. Panton Ilil. 7.2:0 I., lr Rotoder. Wattle Glen. 7 15 p.m.. Mr Lose.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
I OUTH wants work. Apply-N. As .TO Wrox, St. Andrew's North. STRAYED into my paddock 1 Dark Bay - Bay Pony Mare, 1 Light Bay Pony Gelding; no visible brands.-E. 'J. HER BERT, Nutfield. LOST.-Black and Tan Cattle Dog, blind in one eye. Finder rewarded; detainer prose uted.-W. QUARMAN?, Pan ron Hill. FOR SALE.-I.H.C. motor sprayer, magneto ignition, in good order. ALFRED PALMER, Research OR SALE-Good COW, due calve 1 within week.--J. O'BRIEN, St. An drew's. T TANTED.-General; all duties, as sistance given; three adults, 33/6. --VICARAGE, Panton Hill. Montmorency ,Railway Station Trust. PUBLIC MEETING will be held at St. Faith's on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 11th July, at 8 o'clock. Business :-To suggest shorter name for station as desired by the Com missioners. ALBERT A. HAYNES, Hon. Sec. Diamond Creek Rifle Club A SPECIAL MEETING of the above will be held in the Hurstbridge Hall on.SATURDAY, 7Tn JULY, at 3 p.m., followedl by a Committee Meeting. Business :-Accounts for New Range, Opening Day fo...
Diamond Creek. FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
Diamond Creek. FANCY DRESS BALL. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). , A gala night was held in the local hall on Saturday, when the lady sup porters of the football club held a fan cy dress ball in aid of the club funds, and their efforts were crowned with success. The various clubs in the com petition were well represented, which showed the good feeling that exists, and all expressed a wish that a similar evening be held again. The decora tions in the hall were much admired, Mirs Poole having kindly lent them. The following were some of the characters :--Miss Grey, Pierrot ; d r W\. Everitt, Prince Charming (first prize for best costume) ; Mr Shearer, Spanish Peasant; MAr E. Herbert, , ephistopheles; Mr Ait:.en, Pierrot; Mbiss Poole, Fisher Girl ; iss Poulter, Ideal Husband; 'iiss Florry Wade son, Ideal \ife (first prize for best sustained character) ; Miss Gunn, Balloon; .1iss Paul, \Vinter ; ,is Trixie Heddle, Fairy ; Miss Mioore, Princess Charming ; M1iss Lyons, Air boy; Miss I)ora Wades...
FOOTBALL. DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
FOOTBALL. DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. The following are to-morrow's fixtures:— Eltham v Kangaroo Ground Heidelberg v Warrandyte Diamond Creek v Greensborough Templestowe v Hurstbridge Positions of Clubs Club Played Lost Won Points Greensborough 9 1 8 32 Heidelberg 9 1 8 32 Templestowe 9 4 5 20 Diamond Creek 8+ 3 5 20 Eltham 9 5 4 16 Hurstbridge 9 6 3 12 Warrandyte 9 7 2 8 Kangaroo Ground 8+ 8 — — + This match is yet to be played, as the umpire failed to turn up as appointed.
Correspondence. NORTH RIDING FINANCES. TO THE EDITOR OF ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
Correspondence. NORTH RIDING FINANCES. TO TuE EDITOR OF ADVERTISER. Sir,-The Kinglake Progress Asso ciation is perturbed because that dis trict has lost a Government grant of £150, and blames Cr Hewitt for the loss, notwithstanding the lion's share of the revenue had already been spent in JKinglake and district (thanks t,, Crs Campbell and White), and with an overdraft of more than £1200 i r Hewitt did what was quite right ini opposing a further increase of the debt, and other parts' of the riding will commend him for h s action. He pointed out tlat unless a stop were put to spending it would mean a 3s rate. Other parts of the riding may be long suffering, but they are cer tainly not anxious to pay a 3s rate for the benefit of Kingiake. Crs Camp bell and White, being able to outvote Cr Hewitt, were responsible for the estimates; they were responsible for exceeding those estimates, and conse quently they were responsible for the overdraft. The anxiety of the King lake Progress Associ...
Eltham Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
Eltham Shire Gouncil. pl MONTHLY MEETING. tio ni The councillors met at Kangaroo w Ground on Mionday. Present :- f Councillors Bradbury (president), ti Smedley, Hubbard, Andrew, Bath, Ic Campbell and Hewitt. Apologies to were received from Crs White and S Shallard tc CORRESPONDENCE. Country Roads Board, asking for an g estimate of the requirements for main-. tenance for the coming financial year. s' -Referred to the engineer. a Railway Department stating that the s1 Commissioners will visit Yarra Clen at 1.41 p.m, and Tarrawarra at 2.2 p.m. b on Friday, 6th July. John Hubbard & Son. applying for c registration of sawmill premises at C Kinglake.-Granted, subject to every- c thing being in order. G. C Nicholson, asking what steps he should take to obtain a supply of electricity.-A report is now being t prepared by the Commissioner. f Railway Department, stating that ' under new arrangements now in opera tion there should be no necessity for the train stopping on the trestle br...
GREENSBOROUGH v ELTHAM [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
GREEENSBOROUGH V ELTHAM Eltham journeyed to Greensbor- ough on Saturday. The absentees from the local team were Adlington, V. McColl, Jarrold, R. Scott and R. Morris. A full eighteen could not be mustered, so M. Gillett, whose hand is just out of the sling was play- ed in goals. Greensborough won by three goals, after having a lead of five goals at half time. Best for Eltham were W. Noble, "Doctor" Scott, Par- sons Brothers, "James" and Cape- well. The umpiring was satisfac- tory. Warrandyte beat Templestowe Heidelberg beat Kangaroo Ground.
Hurstbridge Train Service. VISIT OF COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
Hurstbridge Train Service. PISIT OF COMMISSIONERS. The visit to the Hurstbridge- dis trict. of the. Railways Commissioners (Messrs Clapp and Shannon) caused quite a little excitement, as residents came from all parts of the shire to make requests on behalf of an im proved train service and other facil ities in connection with travelling and station accommodation. In addition to the Commissioners there were sev eral members of the staff. ELTHAM. ,. The special train arrived in Eltliam a little after 11 o'clock on Wednesday morning,!and the officials were met by the Shire President (Cr. Bradbury) and Crs. Andrew and Hewitt, sever al members of the progress associ tion, and a number of residents. The President asked for a. shelter platform for the enlarged station and an improved station yard. Mr Clapp said the shelter shed would come : later on. Mr Butler, on behalf of the pro= gress association,asked for alterations to the train service, lights on the new platform, a path leading to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 July 1923
Post Office Store. H.URSTBRIDC-E. A. D. NICHOLSON W ISHES to inform the Residents of the District that he has purchased the bhove Business from Mr. C. W. Col lard, and has Full Stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Orckery, Drapery. Clothin-: Etc. We spealise ils Suits to Miasstre. Satis faction Guaranteed. Large Range of Stmoples 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 Hurstbrid-e and Surrounding District that he h+s purchases Mr Bodey's Business, and having a First-class Baker is in a position to supply a Good Loaf of Bread. Bown Bread and Small Goods a Specialty. -I "Wattle Cafe," RICHT OPPOSITE STATION. . HURSTBRIDGE. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DORSET HOUSE, StURSTBRIDGE. o" Under New M[anagement. PROPRIETRESS, B...
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 July 1923
ELTHAM. The Queenstown branch of the Band of Hope had a very enjoyable evening on 30th ult, when Mr Carter, the secretary of the Victorian Band of Hope, entertained the resi dents for over two hours with a se ries of cinematograph films. After the pictures, which were keenly ap preciated by both adults and chil dren, Mr Carter addressed the assem bly on the evils of strong drink, and urged those present to cast it away from them as a tempter and a snare. He said the evidence of doctors and the insurance companies' tables were against even the moderate drinker. The T. and G. Mutual Life Assurance Society had two branches, one for total abstainers and the other for non-abstainers, and the deaths in the first branch were considerably below those in the latter, thereby enabling much larger bonuses to be paid to policy holders in the total abstainers' branch. Mr and Mrs Rodger, of Panton Hill, supplied the music during the evening, for which they were thank ed by Mr Carter. After supper ...
Band of Hope Meetings. QUEENSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 July 1923
Band of Hope Meetings. QUEENSTOWN. The Eltham Band of Hope society held a social evening in 'the Public Hall on Thursday last (June 28th) at which there was a good attendance of members and friends. A musical pro gramme was provided by the follow ing:- The Misses Bunker, duet; Mas ter F. Butterworth, song; 11 rs Fraser and Miss L Taylor, songs. The enjoy ment of the evening was added to by the playing of games and compet itions, under the direction of the sec retary (Mr.R. Tayl r Jnr). Mr. W. H. Rose, hon. State organiser of the Victorian Band of Hope Union, was present, and gave an address on the manufacture of wine. ie used exper iments to illustrate his address and made reference to the dangers associ ated with the use of tonic or medicated wines. Refreshment arrangements were under the supervision of the Superintendent (Miss Noye.)