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Correspondence. QUESTIONS FOR MR HALL. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
Correspondence. QUESTIONS FOR MR HALL. (To the Editor.) Sir,-In your last issue the few persons who requested Mr. Hall to stand for the. North riding state that they were specially requested to nominate a candidate in place of Mr. Matthews. It would be interesting to know who " specially requested them," and why ? Cr. White is an experienced councillor-one who knows the North riding from A to Z. Moreover, the extreme southern end of the riding is entitled to a repre sentative. Cr. White has consistent ly advocated the claims of Panton Hill. In view of the financial posi tion of the riding and the disgrace ful state of Cherry Tree-road, I ask Mr. Hall if he will make the position worse by supporting those who ad vocate an immediate reduction of rates, and consequently have no money to do anything worth while on Cherry Tree or any other road and increase the debt, or will he fol low the splendid example of Cr. White in advocating :-1. That the revenue should be properly spent, good ro...
Arthur's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
Arthur's Creek. A bright fine moonlight night and the memory of past enjoyable nights there, brought a very large crowd to the novelty night on July 28. People attended from the city, Queenstown, Kinglake and Strathewen as well as the majority of, the local residents. Motor buses, buggies, jinkers, motor bicycles, push bikes, and pony con veyed eager dancers, card players and onlookers to the hall. The Arthur's Creek hall is deservedly popular with dancers as it is a large one and the floor is always in excel lent condition for tripping the light fantastic. The well-known and popular musican, Mr. Leo Ryder, ably assisted by Mr. T. P. Murphy, provided the music, while Mr. W. Underwood proved an efficient M.C. Songs and recitations were provided by Miss Clayden and were highly ap preciated. The confetti battle was the source of wild excitement. Con fetti was lavishly thrown over every one, and the hall floor, cleared a few minutes before, presented the appearance of a field after a he...
Wonga Park. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
Wonga Park. The weather for the last week or so has not been at all comfortable. Very little work in the orchards has been done. Good rain has fallen since May to the present time, to talling S. inches. The Vestry of St Mark's Church fo England are busy preparing for the visit of the Archbishop of Mel bourne, who is to dedicate the church on Sunday afternoon, September 9, at 3 p.m. A benfit concert is to be tendered on Friday evening, 17th August, to Mr Arthur Smith in the Croydon Hall. Mr Smith is well known in the cricket field and also amongst axe men in wood chopping contests. He has now fallen on evil times, suffering a very severe illness, and in future will not be able to follow his usual occupation. There is a wife and young family to pupport and all the cricket clubs in the Ringwood and Croydon district are giving support to the movement. Any of Arthur's friends in the Eltham shire who would like to assist can do so by writ ing to Mr Fred Topping, the secret ary, Wonga Park...
ELTHAM. POPULAR WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
ELTHAM. S POPULAR WEDDING . A 'charming wedding was cele brated at St. Margaret's church of: England on Saturday afternoon, the' tcontracting parties being Mr. Wil= fred Tilley, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tilley, of Kew (formerly of El tham), and Miss Grace Gilsenani, youngest daughter of the late Mr. R. Gilsenan, J.P., and Mrs. Gilsenan, of Trenthan, (also formerly of El 'tham). Mr. Tilley and Miss Gilse nan, whilst living in Eltham, were active church workers, both being members of the choir at St. Mar garet's. ' They were also playing members of the Eltham Tennis Club, 'Mr. Tilley being captain' of the club. In view of their popularity it can not be wondered' at that a' large number' of persons' attended to see the nuptial knot tied. Old Sol, too, evidently in accordance with the old adage, "Happy is the bride whom the sun shines on," brightened the 'afternoon with his warming rays. The Vicar, Rev. J. A. Peck, perform ed the ceremony. Miss Joyce Gilse :nan' was! bridesmaid, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
Heidelerg Saow, Mo ulding,, and.. Planing Mills Burgundy Street Heidelber2, and at Corner of Peel and Capel Streets, West Melbourne. Telephone 24 Heidelberg Ex. General and .Builders' Ironmongery, Glass, Paint, Paperhangings, etc. Joinery n Specialty. Quick Despatch. by Rail or Road Baltic Timbers Reduced This Month. Write or Call for Quotations. C. ROUCH, Proprietor. 178 Tohnson St., COLLINGWOOD We Specialise in BOYS' & GIRLS' SCHOOL BOOTS. Made pn the.Prenises... Guaranteed to Wear. MEN'S WORKING BOOTS-Our Make--ALL SOLID LEA'ITHER. Once Worn, Always Worn. We do Repairs. Under New Management. Andrew's Store., I"ELTIHA?.A 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. Northoote Furniture Ooy. 54 HIGH STREET, NORTHCOTE CORNER WESTGARTH STREET. Country Clients can get off at Westgith Station (Three Minutes from Shop), and Goods will be forwarded to...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
:Methodist qhurc&h Services Methodist Church Services will be held as follows : SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 1923. Diamond Creek, 11 a.m., Mr Cock; 7.15 p.m., Mr Rose Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m., Mr Collom ,Cottle's Bridge, 3 p.m., Mr Dock Hurstbridge, 7.15 p.m.,. Mr Collom. Panton Hill, 7 p.m., Mr'Cock. : . : Wattle Glen, 7.p.m., Mr rThompson -.
Eltham Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
Eltham Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING The councillors met at the shire hall, Kangaroo Ground, on Monday. Present : Councillors Bradbury, (president), Smedley, Hubbard, Andrew, Campbell, Shallard, White, Hewitt. CORRESPONDENCE' Department of Public Works, stat ing that there is no departmental ob jection to proposed road deviation at Laity's parish of Queenstown.-En gineer to supply necessary particu lars. Same, approving of building re gulation.-Seal to be attached. Country Roads Board, approving 1 of the acceptance of the tender of C. A. Hunt for gravelling 650 feet on the Yarra Glen-Kinglake East road. Same, stating that the tender of Sly and Starling for erection of a bridge over the Yarra at Tarrawarra for the sum of £973 0/7 has been accepted. Same, approving of plans and specifications for contract 56D on the Balee-Kangaroo Ground-road, ten ders for which are not to be called until next calendar year. Same, asking for a report from the engineer regarding a request from the Art...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
L AND-Wanted to Buy, 2 Acres, handy to water, well drained, 1 or 2 miles from any town between (reensborough and Hurstbridge; suitable for poultry.--14 Marong road, Hawthorn. H ORSE and Fruit Waggon for Sale, no further use.--F. STONE, Kangaroo Ground. WCTANTED to Bny-Motor Spray Pump. S Price, make, are, etc., to JAs. MURPIY, JUNR., Arthur's Creek. FOR SALE-Jinker, long body, I shafts, solid, good order throughout, cheap. 11" semi-rotary Pump, with piping, good order.-" Chiselhurst," Watson's Creek. B ROODY 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 M ; would be calved. Police notified ;finder rewarded.-A. E. MORRIS, Watson's Creek. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS. Melbourne, 1st August, 1923. TENDERS will be received until Twelve o'clock on THURSDAY. the 23rd Au gust, 1923, for ADDITIONS, State School No. 3939, HURSTBRIDGE. Deposit, £5. Security, £5 per cent. Pa...
Whittlesea Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
,P Whittlesea Shire Council ti ic MONTHLY MEETING g ,a The councillors met at Mernda on c W.ednesday. Present : Crs. B. Mc- P Cormack (president), Downie, Thomas, Hurrey, Murphy, Browne, if Butler, Morgan, Mitchell, Cornfoot, c, Clarke. An apology was received from Cr. Reid. d CONDOLENCE si After the reading of the minutes o: the council adjourned for ten minu tes out of respect to the late ex-Cr. C Win. Reid, the revered friend of all it the councillors. On the motion of w the President and Cr. Thomas it was o: decided to send letters of sympathy c' to Mrs. Reid in her sorrow. Both a councillors spoke in the highest e, terms of their dear old friend and d id colleague. h LATE LETTERS b Cr. Clarke drew attention to the u correspondence arriving on the e morning of the meeting when it was too late for the secretary to handle them. Most of the letters for the o meeting arrived after Monday. He moved that all letters must be in the hands of the secretary by noon on Saturday preceeding ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D. NICHOLSON W ISHES to .inform tlh. Residnts (,f th. District, lhat lie h.- - as pur eni sed the. ,,baove "B.ustness [frnt Mr.' . ,1. = CIl. ' lard. anti has Full Stocks of' Grocerry, "rtnaonvry. rcekery,. Drapery. CIlohitin. Etc. WYe specialise it suits to Mensulre. Satis faction Guaranteed. Large Range of Stiples to, Choose front. We have enIaIeld the services of one of the leading saleswomen from Myers', Melbourne, to take charge of the Drapery Department, and Prices will he as near the City as possi,:me. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. Hurstbridge Bakery. M? MORELAND W ISHES to notify the Public of Hursth1,i,~e .nd Surrounding District that he h;,s purchased Mr Bodiy's Business, and havitng a First-class Baker i. i-, a p.,si i1o to supply a Good Loaf of Bread Bonii Broad ,nd Sm!i Goods a Specialty. "Wattle Cafe," RICHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTB RIDG E. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. 7 0 G OOD A'CO'· ' Oi )A T 1N. Pi ,.ic...
Strathewen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
Strathewen, At a well-attended meeting of the residents of Strathewen recently a social club was formed for the pur pose of promoting entertainments and sociability. The convener, Mr. H. Hoare, who was elected to the chair, explained that he had called the meeting, in response to a sugges tion by Miss Rich. A social club was an essential need in the district -it was a progress association that catered exclusively for the social en joyment of the people, and though distinct from the Strathewen Pro gress Association, each would assist the other to hasten the progress of " Beautiful Strathewen," develop a spirit of comradeship and brighten the lives of the people. The following office-bearers were elected : President, Mr. H. Hoare ; vice-president, Miss Rich ; secretary and treasurer, Miss May Giddens. It was decided that the club meet -every week for social evenings and that business meetings be held monthly. On' the motion of the secretary and Miss M. Brain, it was decided that-the c...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, AUGUST 10, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
TIE ltat1 miriad arhittffesta Sir Yrr advtertiser AND jiamuonld T'red' aliy 3dvc ate Published Every, Friday I fternoon HURSTBRIDGE, AUGUST .0, 1923. Local and General. Eltham council report appears on page 4. Tenders are called for additions to the Hurstbridge school. Several reasons are advertised why ratepayers should Vote for Mr Hall. Mr H. H. Clark will hold his usual Eltham sale on Wednesday next, for which special entries are advertised. Mr R. C. White inserts a notice, in which he mentions a number of works which have been carried out owing to his efforts. 'The poultry thief was busy at Kinglake on Sunday night last, tak ing from the hotel grounds over 20 ducks and a number of fowls. A local sport has donated a medal for a Hurstbridge billiard champion ship, 250 up, all off scratch, and en tries are now being received. An officer of the Railways. Stand ing committee haa been to Hurst bridge this week for information about the traffic during the past three years. The Hurstbri...
Lilydale. FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
Lilydale. &nbsp; &nbsp; FRUIT MARKET. &nbsp; (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT) &nbsp; The second annual conference of the United Berry Growers' Association was held in the local Athenaeum Hall on Tuesday, 24th. July, the President (Mr C. E. Jones) being in the chair. Mr W. H. Everard, M.L.A., gave his usual forcible address. He quoted figures to show that the industry was &nbsp; apparently languishing, as before 1916 1917 more berry fruits were grown than &nbsp; are now grown. In times past prices were not conducive to the establish- ment of large areas. In 1916-17 there were 636,749 bushels of raspberries &nbsp; harvested. During the same period the strawberries gathered amounted to &nbsp; respectively 3,894,479 plants and 2,148,000, whereas currants showed a decrease from 41916 bushels to 36740. But growers had a magnificent market. at their own back doors which only re- quired exploiting. He personally ob- jected to the pract...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 August 1923
In Memoriam. THOMSON—In loving memory of our dear Florrie, who passed away at Kinglake Post Office on the 6th August, 1904, &nbsp; also our dear nephew, Robert J. Harris, killed in action on the 19th July, 1916. Everlasting Remembrance. —Inserted by father, mother, &nbsp; &nbsp; sister and brother.
4,500 Miles of Sovereigns 600 MILES DUE FOR PAYMENT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 August 1923
4,500 Miles of Sovereigns -4--- 600 MILES DUE FOR PAYMENT To back up her diggers in the fighting line, Australia raised about £500,000;000, :which is equal to 4,500 miles of golden sovereigns. Laid end on enld,:ýthis band'of gold would stretch, without a break, prac. `tically' from, Australia' to South Africa, and would' take 'a fast mail boat' about ten days, travelling day and night, to pass from beginning to end. When the boys were fighting in 1918 at the time the Seventh War Loan was raised, the Australian people, when the-Government ap pealed to them, poured a veritable stream of gold into the Nation's coffers. It was-a deluge of gold sent: to help the 300,000 hearts of gold who were- fighting the Empire's battles on the other side of the world. The Seventh. War Loan of £44,000,000, which--matures on Sep tember 15th next, represents about 600 miles of these sovereigns. Con siderably more than half the amount has already been converted, and the Government desire that the holders...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 August 1923
Sir,-On inquiripg-at the Shire Office I have been told that the North riding `estimates were so framed that if adhered to the riding should be out of debt at the end of the financial year. I have further learned that so far the estimates have not exceeded to any.appreciable extent,and the outstanding rates are quite sufficient to square accounts as between the ridings. This excellent position is due to the good sense of those councillors who resisted very strong pressure to incur expenditure. for which they had not provided. Mr Hall is going to reduce the rates as soon as accounts are squared That will be almost as soon as he takes his seat, and will not in any way be due to his assis tance. Now, whot I want to know is this: Does he propose to continue starv ing the roods as has been done necessarily during the past three years, or if not where does he intend getting the money ? His colleague (Cr Hewitt) is opposed to borrowing. Yet, to place the main Pan ton Hill road in order alon...
NOTABLE OMISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 August 1923
NOTABLE OMISSIONS; Sir,-In your last issue.ratepayers read a long list of benefits conferred on them through the initiative andwith the.sup-: port of Cr. White, but there were some notable omissions from his list-for in stance, he took no credit whatever for having moved or supported the raising of the rate to 2s 6d in the £. He also omit ted to take credit for the fact that not withstanding a 2s 6d the roads are'in a bad state, and the riding is in debt and hasfno money with. which to carry on ur gent work. There were. other omissions, but these will suffice to show that Cr. White's claim is somewhat one-sided, and not to be swallowed' without a grain of salt.-Yours, &c., SCEPTIC.
Research. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 August 1923
Research. The new school is in occupation now, though a little still remains to be done ere completed. It is anice well-lighted com modious room, and is greatly appreciated by staff and scholars after six months of outside work in the shelter shed. A con cert in aid of school equipment fund will be held early next month. The scholars are being trained for ch oruses, character songs and tableaux.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 August 1923
In Memoriamn.. RYA..-In sad and loving memory of my dear wife, Mary, and our dear mother, who passed to a-higher life on August 16, 1920, also my dear daughter add our deai sister, Mary, who passed to a higher life on August 13, 1918. So dearly Ihved, so sadly missed. -Inserted b-y sill at' "Airlie,"' Diamond Creek.