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Yarra Clen. ODD FELLOWS' BALL (Our Own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
Yarra Glen. ODD FELLOWS' BALL (Our Own Correspondent) The members of the M.U.I.O.O.F., of the Loyal Yering Lodge, gave their annual ball at the Victoria hall, Yarra Glen, on July 21. The weather was perfect, enabling the large crowd of visitors to attend the dance by travelling without the us ual accompaniment of rain and mud. The interior of the hall was most tastefully decorated with blue and gold streamers, and evergreens, and the lighting was very good ; and the floor was in excellent dancing con dition. Punctually at 8.30, the band-Taylor and Ferguson's band, comprising piano, violin, flute, and cornet-started playing the M.U. Quadrilla. The large room now be gan to fill rapidly, and a great host of visitors both from Melbourne and the surrounding districts was notic ed. The M.C. of the occasion was Mr. Harry Smith, who carried out his duties in a very able style. During one of the intervals a visitor from Melbourne, Mr. Neil McInnis (late of the Tivloi theatre) delight ed his ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
)RINTING-from a postcrrd to a Postel at The Advertiser" office. Ray Rogers, Builder and Contractor, PANTON HILL. Building and all Classes of General Wood Work carried out, All Work Guaaianteed. I PRICES RIGHT. ESTIMATES GIVEN [Also AGENT for the Queensland Insurance Coy. FUEL--4 h.p. Runs 8 Hers :for 1/ 6 h.p. Runs 8 Hours for 1/6 Larger sizes at proportionate figures. SAVES ITS OWN COST IN A YEAR OR TWO. Experienced engineers say: "I am satisfied that after this engine no body would purchase any other type." Farmers say: "I had never worked an engine before, but had no difficulty with this one, after reading the instruction book. It is so simple." The Imperial Super Diesel Oil Engine dispenses with electrical ignition and pre-heating devices, and ELIMINATES 95 PER CENT. OF ORDINARY ENGINE TROUBLES. Users, therefore, have only 5 per cent, of the usual upkeep and depreciation charges. £5 DOWN. Balance on easy terms. Sold direct from the factory. Booklet free. A. I. McDONALD &...
ELTHAM. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
ELTHAM. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. (FROM . OUR CORRESPONDENT. The usual monthly meeting of the Eltham and Glen Park ProgressAs sociation was held on. Friday even ing. Mr. Phillips was in the chair. The attendance was small. Mr. Barber reported the result of recent deputation to Mr. Clapp, during that gentleman's last visit .to Eltham. Gratification was expressed at the consideration received from the hands of the commissioner. A new light at the entrance gates, filling in depressions in the yard, and a pedestrian footway were promised, whilst consideration was to be given to the request for additional shel ter, and the better lighting of the station., A letter was received from the Shire Council stating, that the new footbridge in Maria-street, near Mr. Drohan's residence, would be erected as soon as possible, the quantity of work on hand having de layed its erection. Several matters were brought forward by members, but action was deferred till the next meeting on August 31st, when. a la...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
-Ieidelberg,-Saw, Moulding anda Plahin' MIills Burgundy Street Heidelberg, and at Corner of Peel and Capel Streets, West lMelbourne. Telephone 24 Heidelberg Ex. General nod Builders' Ironmongery, Glass, Print, Piperhancings, etq. . oinery :. Specialty. '- Quick Despatch by Rail or Road Baltic Timbers Reduced This Monh. Write or Call for Quotations. C. ROUCH, Proprietor. E. LANGFIELD, 178 Tohnson St., COLLINGWOOD. We Specialise in BOYS' & GIRLS' SCHOOL BOOTS. Made on the Premisee. ,uaranlteed to Wear. MEN'S WO?RKING BOOTS--Our Make-ALL SOLID > LEATHER. Once Worn, Aleways Woru. We do Repairs. Under New Maqagement Andrew's Stores E; T HZ .A._ 1i. 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, NORTHOOTE CORNER WESTGARTH STREET. Country Clients can ;et off at Westigath Station (Three Minutes front Sh:p),. arl...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
Methodist.- Church Services Methbodist Church Services will be held as follows : SUNDAY, AUGUST 5,-1923. Diamond Creek, 11 a.m., Mr Reid; 7.15 p.m., MAr Collom Arthur's Creek; 3 p.m., aMr Reid Cottle's Bridge; 3 p.m., Mr Campbell. IHursthridge, 7.15 p.m., Mr F. Thompson Tauck's Corner, 3 p.m., Mr Collom. Panton Hill, 7 p.m, Air Reid. Wattle Glen, 7 15 p.m., aIr Rose.
FOOTBALL. DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
FOOTBALL. DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. Kangaroo Ground v Hurstbridge Eltham v Heidelberg Warrandyte v Greensborough Templestowe v Diamond Creek Positions of Clubs Club Played Lost Won Points Heidelberg 13 1 12 48 Greensborough 13 1½ 11½ 46 Diamond Creek 12+ 4½ 7½ 30 Templestowe 13 6 7 28 &nbsp; Eltham 13 7 6 24 Hurstbridge 12 9 4 16 Warrandyte 13 11 2 8 Kangaroo Grd, 12+ 11 1 4 + This match is yet to be played, as the umpire failed to turn up as appointed.
Whittlesea Agricultural Society. ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
Whittlesea Agricultural " Society. t ANNUAL MEETING E d Twenty-two members attended to the annual meeting at Whittlesea on iv the afternoon of Thursday, July 26, ii the President (Cr. Walter Thomas) ti being in the chair. CLYDESDALES The Royal Agricultural Society wrote stating that Captain A. E. T. ti Payne had given a donation of 100 le guineas, which had been allocated for clydesdale stallions. The district was asked for 60 registered mares at £5 5/ each 'between the age of 3 and 12 years. s Mr. J. J. Love said it would take jl Victoria all its time to comply with the conditions. He moved that the meeting cannot see the possibility of guaranteeing such a large number of mares. b Mr. J. Mason doubted if they t: could get 35 registered mares. o Mr. G. Sutherland seconded the t motion. t Mr. J. Andrew said it was a good t thing to get horses to travel, but t they would have to go back five ii generations to get mares from the t stud book. At no time have they wanted a good stallion ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
In Memoriam. EX.-CR. WM. REID, J.P. (By Mernda) There passed away at Hazel Glen on Sunday, the 22nd inst, in the per- &nbsp; son of the late William Reid, J.P., &nbsp; one who, by his life and public work, &nbsp; deserves more than a passing refer- &nbsp; ence. With his father (the late Patrick Reid, mother and family then existing), he arrived in Vic- toria in 1839, being then four years of age. Mr. Reid's father then took up among the first settlers, in 1843, &nbsp; a run of which the Hazel Glen pro- perty formed a part. The future councillor never left the home, made &nbsp; when the run was selected, but lived &nbsp; his life there and died there after eighty years residence thereon. About the year 1867 the deceased was elected a member of the Whit- tlesea Road Board, and held the &nbsp; position until the amalgamation into &nbsp; the Whittlesea shire. He held the position continuously of councillor &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
.OR SALE-Jinker, long body, ý shafts, F solid, gr,od order throughout, cheap. 1;" semi-rotary Pump, with piping, good order.--" Clhselhurst," Watson's Creek. FOR SALE-About 20 Crossbred Sheep, ewes and wethers ; young sheep in good condition.-GEoRGE HorN, Strath ewen. P RUNER Wanted, long job; good con ditions, wages £2 2s with keep. GEORGE HORN, Strathewen. BROODY HENS Wanted. - V. L. SORENSEN, Broad Gully Road, Hurst bridge. STOLEN or Strayed, on June 20.-One Strawberry Brindle - marked COW, short horn, one horn shelled, branded 31 ; would be calved. Police notified ; finder rewarded.-A. E. MORRIS, Watson's Creek. Euchre Party and Dance. _PANTON HILL HALL. - FRIDAY, August 10th. Prizes will be given to the winners. Cards 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Dancing 10 p.m. to 2 a.rm. Doors open 7.45. Cards commencing 8 sharp. Mrs Luckman, pianiste. Admission 2s. Good supper provided. F. SCARCE, Hon. Sec. P.H.L.S.C. Panton Hill Public Hall FRIDAY, 24TH AUGUST, 1923. A GRAND CONCERT, in aid of the Sch...
HEIDELBERG v. DIAMOND CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
HEIDELBERG v. DIAMOND CREEK This match drew a large atten dance of visitors on Saturday last, when after a good, clean and fast game, Heidelberg won by a narrow margin of 5 points. The final scores were Heidelberg, 5 goals 10 behinds; Diamond Creek, 5 goals 5 behinds. It would be hard to follow the game and do justice to it for everybody was out to win. Best players for Heidelberg were: Par sons, Elder, Twomey, Gillies, Young. McCracken played well but he must learn to kick. The Creek were very weak forward, and also lost a good deal of ground in the ruck. The best players were Wicker, Les. Her bert (pick of the team), D. and L. Wadeson, Heddle, Wright and R. Herbert. Umpire Walker was very good. His decisions were prompt and it was indeed a treat to see an umpire in charge of the game. It was also pleasing to see so many of the Greensborough folk barracking for the Creek, and it is to be hoped the hatchet is buried for ever. Hurstbridge defeated Warrandyte on Saturday, the scores b...
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
Diamond Creek. (FROM OUR CORR*IESPONDENT). On Saturday afternoon on Iron Bark-road, Diamond Creek, a motor car, supposed to be the property of G. Jenkins, of Ken Koria-road, Haw thorn, caught fire and damaged the rear part beyond repair. Whilst swerving to miss a dog which took possession of the road in Abbotsford-street, Abbotsford, Bob Poole, our well-known and pop ular motor-driver, had the misfor tune to strike a tree guard, and his car was severly damaged, but fortu nately the occupants of the car were not injured. The dog cart is never seen in that district. During the most exciting part of the football match on Saturday a more exciting game took place on the road between a motor cycle and its driver, and resulted in a win for the cycle. The driver was arrested for being drunk, and will appear on Tuesday next. Our new vicar (Rev. Constable) intends to fill the church at Diamond Creek if he has the support that he ought to get for his efforts. On Sunday last he gave a pictorial...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, AUGUST 3, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
THE >vuertiSer AND fiantattd ?r¢€Et WalIeg Ednutate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, AUGUST 3, 1923. Local and General. A report of the annual meeting of the Whittlesea Agricultural Society, and an In Memoriam (Ex-Cr. Wm. Reid) appear on page 4. A road is to be closed against timber and firewood traffic in the parish of Burgoyne. A euchre party and dance will be held in the Pantoi);Hill ball on Fri day, Augunst 10. Notice is given by the Department of Agriculture that a Panton Hill orchardist mast root up certain trees. The Whittlesea council meeting will be held on Wednesday next, when C.R.B. tenders close. Mr Albert A. Haynes will hold his fortnightly Greensborough market on Monday next. Legal proceedings will be taken by the Eltham shire council after 5th August against people whose rates are unpaid. Tenders close on Monday next, at the Eltham council meeting, at 11, for various works in Eltham, and C.R.B. contracts. Applications close on Thursday next for the pos...
Trains to Hurstbrtdge. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
Trains to iurstbrtdge. When Mr. Clapp (Railways Com missioner) paid a visit to this dis trict last month he promised to send officers of the department to Hurst bridge to discuss alterations to the timetable, and on Monday afternoon three gentlemen arrived by the slow train for that purpose, including Mr H. Cooke (timetables officer). They were met at the station by Cr. Leach, Messrs A. Keenan, J. J. Mills, and the secretary of the lea gue. The first proposal was for a mid day train to leave the city at 11 a.m. It was pointed out that the fruit growers could not catch the 8 train after being at the market and had to wait until 1.20 for the next train, which landed them at Hurstbridge at : 5, and sometimes 3.30. Another point was that the present service did not suit visitjors-the 8 train be ing too early and 1.20 too late. The' district was attractive, and a favor able train - service would help to popularise it, and eventually induce more people to settle there. When the 10.20 trai...
Panton Hill. MINSTREL CONCERT (Our Own Correspondent) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
Panton Hill. MINSTREL CONCERT (Our Own Correspondent) The long expected and, eagerly an ticipated- concert by. the . newly formed Panton Hill Minstrel Troupe was held in the hall on Friday even ing. The preparations for this con cert had been seriously interfered, with-by bad weather, sickness, and other causes, and, at one period, it was thought that the proposed en tertainment-would have to be aban doned, but -just as. "when - night.. is darkest dawn is nearest," so, when" the 'outlook -was most gloomy help came forward, and since then, every thing has gone well. The greatest credit, however, is due to the pian ist,, Miss Alma Goodwin, who attend ed all the rehearsals, no matter how dark'l or wet the night was. ,The "corner men," Messrs J. Healey, P. Plunkett, G. Ste Tart and C. Ford, kept the audience im roars of laughter by their ludicrous ac tions and their pithy sayings. An" excellent musical program was pre sented. 'Mr. D. Rodger, as musical director, deserves credit for the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D. NICHOLSON W ISHES to inform tie Residents of the District that /e has purchased the abhove Business frn,, Mr. C. W. Col Iard. and has Full Storks of Grocery, Ironmnocery, Orcckery, Drapery. Clothing, Etc. We specialise in Suits to Melasure. Satis faction Guaranteed. Large Range of S ,oples to Chonse from. We have eunoaed the services of one of the leading saleswomen from Myers'. Melhonrne, to take charge of the Drapery Depart ment, and Prices will he aq near the City as possiie. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. Hurstbridge Bakery. M. MORELAND W ISHES to notify the Putlic of Hurstbride and Surrounding District that he ihs purchased; Mr Bodey's Business, and having a First-class Baker is i, a position to supply a Good Loaf of Bread. B, own Bread and Smtll Goods a Specialty. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. H U RSTB RIDG E. A E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DORSET HOUSE I-I' TTR:?.T"J R 1B t I IE -i?-G~r . GOOD ACCO.I M)OD'...
Montmorency. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 August 1923
Montmorency. Mr W. H. Everard, M.L.A., has received word from the Railways Commissioners that on account of representations made by him on be— half of the residents of Montmorency they are agreeable to that name be— ing retained as far as the Railways Department is concerned. They add that "In accordance with the usual practice the concurrence of the Pos— tal and Lands Department is being sought." No definite decision will be given until those departments have intimated their desire in the matter. Now that the vexed question of a railway station at Montmorency is settled, the member for the district (Mr W. H. Everard) is again urging the claim of the district for a new school at that place. The Minister promised this some time back, but calls have been numerous for new schools throughout the State. Mr Everard has brought under the no— tice of the Minister that intending scholars have been turned away on account of the congested state of the present building.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
S SPAR PLuG \4RE SWITCHES CARBUR ETTO Stcw hLAMP .. , -. -_a ..?-: y" ... .,t S£5 DOWN--_ _ _ __EASY TEý . Moe ac..k if datisfied. -- " Write for b .c?1lt. j A. H.'McDONALD &-CO., • f h . V -With the elimination of these intricate mcchnnisms, and with a vary sirsPle method of ignition, this cn-ine cuts, out u:inl engine troubles. Users s::; - !! Anyone can run it." " 'ot a moment's trouble." 'TampA " (jOC000 gallons of water for 1/3." "Starts on frostiest morninlg v itjhou. trouble." These are actual extracts. Complete testimonials on reqjuea:. Mr. R. Walker, Deniliquin. ran his Imperial on cream, having run out Buy direct from the makers for - j £5 DOWN-EASY TERMS. Money back if dissatisfied.. Write far bclia. - A. HL 'McDONALD & CO., Works: Richmond, Vie. And at Sydney and 6 °SEU'''" Eltham Dining Rooms (IAte MIor:ris's lintel). MRS OWEN D ESIIIE. to infuort the Pnhlic that she has renovated the ab ove house iand is prep- r:ed to cater for the travelling public. Ac...
Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
Valedictory. On Saturday last the Hurstbridge hall presented a "full house," the resi dents assembling to bid farewell to 9Mr and Mrs F. Chesterfield and family. Dancing was the enjoyable pastime, and the company .kept things merry. Mr Verso thanked all for their attend ance, and said Air Chesterfield had been transferred from the local station, where he had been for the past three years, and by his generous manner had won the esteem of the public. He was pleased he was receiving promotion to North Richmond, and on behalf of his friends presented him with a wallet of notes. Mrs Chesterfield had given valuable service to the Miemorial park and at working bees, and was always to the fore in providing dainty edibles at various functions, in recognition of which she was the recipient of a nice afternoon tea service. .Miss Thelma, who was a member of the Girls' Club, and regular in attendance, was present ed with a pretty toilet case. The ladies supplied a dainty repast, and as mid night...