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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

S For BrionhiifhiZhdgla take Woods Peppermint Cure. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails. d- ( ·rS.rrtT+ _ 'cTrC? = `r '-I i A D (' :$; V ;7 With the elimination of these intricate mechanisms, and with a very simple method of ignition, this engine cuts out usual engine troubles. Users say: Anyone can run it.", "Not a moment's trouble." "Pumped 21.000 gallons of water for 1/3." "Starts on frostiest morning v:ithout trouble." ' These are actual extracts. Complete testimonials on request. M'r. R. Walker, Deniliquin, ran his Imperial on cream, having run out of ua Buy direct from the makers 'for S£5 DOWN EASY TERMS. Mmny back if dissatisfied. Write for booklet. A. L McDONALD & CO., 632-634 BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. Works: Richmond, Vi. And at Sydney and Ade'nide. IRILNTING of all descriptions at I this office. For Children's Hacking Cough, Woolos' Great 'eppermint Cure. TO LET Y OU Know our Quality and Prices are Right. Send your 10s Week-end Order to ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

ELTHAM. (From Our Own Correspondent.) On SCaiarda ?e uiug the Hall Committee held a successful dance and euchre party. The attendance was good. Good music was supplied, and Mr Gollings was M.C. The euchre was well contested, the final honors being won by Messrs Howes (1st prize) and F. Scott (booby), Mesdame Ryan (1st prize) and Stafford (booby). Mr Scott had as his award a small china goat, and he auctioned it in the interests of the Queen of Sport. Mr W. Noble was the successful bidder. A sum of 12/6 was realized. The Queen Carnival now in pro gress is causing a great interest in the district. Two Queens, i.e., Queen of the Hall, and the Queen of Sport, are considered having equal chances for Regal honors. Numer ous side shows are arranged, and in cluded in those now in operation is an ugly man's competition. A black board is installed in a local trades man's window, and a person upon paying 3d may elect a man for the title, the name being placed on the board, and being displayed ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CR. CAMPBELL—PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

CR. CAiMPBELL-PRESIDENT. Before the election of president Cr. Bradbury (retiring president), proposed that the allowance be £50 a year. Cr. Bath, in seconding the motion, said the president had a lot to pay out of his own pocket, and the shire, according to revenue, was amongst the lowest in Victoria in its allow ance. Cr. Shallard proposed as an am mendment that it be £40 (the same as last year). Seconded by Cr. Hubbard. Cr. Smedley said he thought £40 was sufficent. Cr. Hewitt : Some say our finances are good, and some say they are bad. He thought £40 would be enough for next year. The amendment (that it be £40) was carried. Cr. Hubbard said it was the North riding's turn to have the presidency, and he proposed that Cr. Campbell (Kinglake) be president. Seconded by Cr. Bradbury, and as there was no other nomination Cr. Campbell was declared elected. The retiring president thanked the councillors for the support they had given him during his term, and ask ed for a continuation for ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Panton Hill. SCHOOL FUNDS CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

Panton Hill. SCHOOL FUNDS CONCERT (From Our Own Correspondent.) A most successful entertainment was held in the Panton Hill hall on Friday week. Visiting and local ar tists presented an excellent and var ied programme, which opened with a sparkling overture by Miss Condon, of Essendor,. Mr. A. Groube, of Chiselhurst, delighted the .-audience with a fine rendering of " I passed by your window." A " Tambourine Dance " was gracefully executed by Miss Hills, of Ascot Vale. Miss Rita Cbndon, in good voice and with ap propriate feeling, sang " My Prayer." As an elocutionist, Miss Cornell, of Melbourne,, delighted the audience with " Mrs. Green on Husbands," and as an encore gave " Mrs. 'Obson's 'us band." The Misses Condon contri buted a gem, " The wind and the Harp." The voices blended most musically. Mr. Sangster, of Mel bourne, had to respond with an encore for his song "No body noticed me." Graceful and very skilful eurythmics was demonstrated in' the " Toe Dance " by the Misses Hills...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

" f ; ANTED Furnished House, Eltham V or Greeisborcugh, six adults, two weeks Xmas. Address with Mr Andrew, News Agent, Eltham. 1 OR SALE-20 Crossbred Ewes, 14 Lambs at foot. Apply-Wm. R. JOYCE, Smith's Gully. F OR SALE-Fruit \Vaggoii, 12 cwt., perfect order, pole and shafts, suit market gardener ,r carrier. Apply-H. W. , . SITH, P. 0. Store, Hurstbridge IOR SALE-Pony 14 hands, staunch, F good mover, broken harness and saddle, any trial. Apply-H. W. SMITH. P. O. Store, Iurstbridge. F14OR SALE. - Perambulator, wicker L body, g,od order, £2 10s. -CourTTs, Bannon's Lane, Hurstbridge. H ORSE Wanted, light draught, suit able for small orchardl, trial. CouTTS, Bannon's Lane, Hurstbridge. Panton Hill Hall. FRID)AY, SEPTEMBER 21. Grand Entertainment Will be given by the PANTON BILL MINSTREL TROUPE In aid of the Hall Funds. Admission-Adults, Is. Children, 6d. DANCE to follow, Is 6d. Refreshments. G. H. HARRIMAN, Hon. Sec. Shire of Eltham. East Riding, Ladies and Gentlemen.- I DESIRE to tende...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 7, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

TaE ltitnat n md Wthittissee Shires AND giattmond re1k j titey vduocate Published Every Friday -l fternuon HURSTBRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 7, 1923. Local and General. ----f Reports of Diamond Creek ball, Panton Hill concert;- and Eltham news appear on pape 4. Correspon dence, football, Diamond Creek, Re search and Pantoni Hill notes, and an article on the Wattle will appear next issue. Tenders are called for works by the Heidelberg shire council. Mr W. G. Gray (Hurstbrsdg) ad vertises tomato plants for sale. MI H. H. Clark will hold his usual" Eltham sale on Wednesday next. The Montmorencv school concert will be repeatedat Eltham to-morrow evening. Messrs Adamson, Strettle and Co. will sell at their Mernda yards on Monday next, a farm in the estate of the late David Main. Cr C. H. Bath (Yarra Glen) re turns thanks for being re-elected (unopposed) as a member of the East riding of the Eltham shire council. The Panton Hill Minstrel troupe will give an entertainment on Friday, September 21, in ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Suburban Radius and Fares [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

Suburban Radius and Fares A meeting of the Municipal Metro politan Council was held in the As sociation rooms on Wednesday, Aug ust 29th, to consider what was the best action to take to have the fares reduced, also to get an extension to 30 miles of the suburban radius on the railways. There was a good at tendance at the meeting, which was convened at the instance of the Bor ough of Carrum. In the absence of the Mayor of Carrum, Cr. Beards worth was voted to the chair. The chairman explained the posi tion and the hardships entailed by the excessive fares. On the suggestion of Cr. Thomas the two items were taken separately. Cr. Thomas moved, and Cr. Gray seconded, that the Government be re quested to have the suburban radius extended to 30 miles from Mel bourne. The mover stated that the extension of the radius was a mat ter for the State Parliament to deal wit;h, as when the Commissioners were requested to extend the radius they stated Parliament would have to deal with that. Cr. Th...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Montmoreney. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

Montmorefney.. The Montmorency Progress Asso 1'ciatiofi' held 'its:nmienthlylxmeeting at St. Faith's' onW Saturday, ,August :4. Mr. W.H~ifeyman (-president) was in the chair. ' The -letter :drafted,by the. sub-cominittee ?-to .the Railway. Com missibners'was read to the meeting. and approved:? It was unanimously resolved to re dommnend and -support theapplication of a member of the Association who has 'applied 'for the' position of. post-. mistress, .when a' post office. is es-., Stablished at Montmorency. . A suitable sit ' has' been secured for the post. iffice'-in the Landcox..es-.. tate, .which adjoins the Montmorency station. , This .will be .a great public convenience; "aind it'is hoped that a.; public telephone will be available for the convenience of the 'residents. On the motion of Dr. Nicholson, se conded by Mr. 'C. McDonald; and car ried unanimously,, it was resolved. to tender the thanik :of' the association to Mr. .W.. H.: Everard, 'M.L.A., for his. consistent 'Aupport ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NEW RAILWAY STATION OPENED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

NEW RAILWAY STATION OPENED. The opening day of the Mont morency station on September 5, 1923, will be memorable in the his tory of the district. To fittingly mark this epoch Mr. Maloney (Metro politan Superintendent), attended and granted the children and school commitee of the Montmorency State school a joy ride to Eltham and back. Though the weather was most inclement the attendance was good. The weather prevented the children of the Lower Plenty State school from taking part in the great event. The official opening will take place at a later date, when the residents will entertain the visitors and school children in a manner fitting the oc casion. The Railway Department is to be congratulated upon the speed with which the station was built. The first sod was turned on the 2Sth July, and the opening was promised for the 15th September. Mr W. H. Everard' M.L.A., Mr. Price, the Railway Trust, Progress Association, and the local councillors are to be congratulated on their untiring e...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Councillors Entertained. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

Councillors Entertaiýnd. There was a pleasant diversion at the monthly meeting of the Eltham shire councillors at Kangaroo Ground on Monday, when, instead of the us ual midday repast, the councillors were entc1rtained at dinner at the hotel ivy the shire secretary (Mr. P. J. -K: iaheon) and the shire engineer (Mr. C. J. McCormack), out of cou"htsy fcr the number of times that t!w:ec two otfiiers had been the Sguests of various presidents during several y'ears. After the.toast of "The King " had been honored, the President (Cr. Bradbury), in proposing the health of " Our Guests," said he appreciated the spirit that was underlying the happy thought when the officers in' vited the councillors to dine with them. If .they had more of such gatherings.it:would be better for all, and make them feel more closely. as sociated than under ordinary condi *tions. It would help to knit them to gether, and that is what, they want ed. "For they are jolly good fel lows " was then sung. Mr. McMahon, i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Progress Association. ELTHAM AND GLEN PARK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

Progress Association. ELTHAM AND GLEN PARK The second year of the Eltham and Glen. Park Progress Association closes with a very satisfactory re cord of things accomplished. The report stated that the outstanding feature of the history of the district for the past twelve months is, of course, the inauguration of the elec tric train service on Sunday, April 15th, 1923. Already same has con tributed substantially to the progress of Eltham and environs. This assoc iation took a very prominent part in the matter and marked the com mencement of the service by a very pleasant little ceremony to welcome the arrival of the first train of the electric era on the date mentioned. It is confidently predicted that the passing of another year will show wonderful strides in the advance ment of the district through the agency of the new service. The following record of objects attained confirms the immense value of the Association's activities to the residents :-Improvement to Eltham station, formin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

:Methodist Church Services' !~eiliodioe Church Services-will be held& tas foll&ws':- + y+l . SNL AY, SEPTEMIBER 9. 1923. Diamond Creek. '11 a ., ??r Collom; 7 15"p:m.. Mr-.McWiggan 'Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m., \Ir Collom Cottle's Bridge; 3 p.m., Mr Spicer. Hurstbridge; 7 15'p ni:, Mr Campbell .Ppnton Hill, 7.30 p.m., M.r Colloin 'Wattle Glen, 7 p.m.. Mr Hlose

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Church of England. 15th Sunday after Trinity—September 9. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

.15th Sundayafter Trinity-Septemher: 9. SChurch of England Se'vices will be held SRiaigak" 2 45 p m. (ueenisftowiv, .30 .'i ". ' • "'" Re. E Selwyn Chase. ' Panton Hill, 3.30 p.m : : Hurstbricge 7 . i. ý :". .ir J. Carter.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Eltham Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

Eltham Shire Council. 1 MONTHLY MEETING The councillors met at the shire hall, Kangaroo Ground, on Monday morning. Present : Councillors Bradbury (prdsident), Smedley, Hubbard, Bath, Andrew, Campbell, Shallard, Hall, and Hewitt. CORRESPONDENCE Department of Public Works, with reference to severance instalments overdue by the Shire of Healesville. Country Roads Board, stating-that - the sum of £1500 .has been allotted for the maintenance of the Eltham Yarra Glen-road and £1000 for the i Hurstbridge-Kinglake-road for the i year ending June 30, 1924. Municipal Association, regarding proposed enrolment of persons on municipal rolls without payment of i rates.-The President.--I move that we oppose it tooth and nail. Se- 1 conded by Cr. Bath and carried. Same, asking council to nominate i delegate to annual session.-Cr. Bradbury was nominated, and Cr. , Shallard as substitute. Country Railway Users League, giving particulars of proposed dis play of wireless board casting at the show. Publ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Diamond Creek. PAROCHIAL BALL [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

Diamond Creek. PAROCHIAL BALL The organisers of this popular ball are beginning to be faced with a great problem in the way of how to accommodate the hundreds of couples that patronize this ever increasing. popular function. THe Diamond Creek hall is .the largest in the dis trict, and how to accommodate 400 dancers in a hall which was never meant to hold such a number with any degree of comfort or conven ience is a problem that, can never be solved, unless by a recast of ar rangements and conditions. Either another and larger hall should be the venue of this democratic and eagerly looked for evening or a limit ed number of tickets only should be sold or the price of the tickets should be increased. All these are pro blems. Where is the nearest larger hall ? It is very difficult to know how tickets can be limited, since on last Friday week between £30 and £40 was taken at the door in cash, not counting the hundreds of tickets; so one can never tell how many are coming to such a funct...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Girls' Club Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

Girls' Club Ball. On Friday last the Girls' Club conducted a ball in the Hurstbridge hall, proceeds to be placed towards the Memorial Park funds, which is deserving of support, as the resi dents have in their 'park a most pic turesque place. Heavy rain fell in the afternoon which no doubt mar red the attendance considerably, but the club must feel gratified at the splendid gathering of adults and chil dren. Paper and fancy costumes Were the order of the evening and with such a diversity of colors, the young ladies, so attired, appeared most "Dc min? as they tripped to the m.-c o- L~ ucl:u.n's band. Parti cu!arly striking costumes were worn by Miss Sylvia Gray as Butterfly, and Miss Eileen Ev-er itt as Magpie, who evidently spent many tedious hours in designing their paper frocks. These two ladies were equal for first prize in the adult section ; other com petitors being Miss Jessie Petterson, Dresden China ; Miss Winnie Moore, Searchlight; Miss .Leslie Norgrove, Circus ; Marian Curr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. SHIRE MONEY. To the Editor of the Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

Correspedence. - SHIRE MONEY. To the Editor .f: :The .Advertiser, Sir,-Mr. ,Hewitt, ,in.-his letter of~ •the 17th' August,, says .you will.:inote...:: 'that .I: am receiving a considerable, Samount .of shire.x noney. and, wonders ;at me having, the -face to. write to:.' your paper complaining of his action. in checking expenditure at ?Kinglake. In answerrto that I .say he is ab solutely. wrong, as the corntract that' I am. doing... is, developmenital road work, ,,which only costs :.the - council ,'l. per cent. on the capital c? t of. the amount drawn last-meetig £125,?; ..the council onl?y:has to pay.£1 17/6. :Is that. a considerable sum 'of-: shire: " revenue ?. On. top, of .that :he'saysl' the- counciil. has top-find the- money" -and although some paid is'reftinded:, later on, they have to pay interest on it' for' weeks or months. Now, " from these remairks :youwould naturi -ally: think that the. money .was pa ido out .right.`'away, but. that is not so;. That money is passed by th...

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Diamond Creek Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

'Diamond Cree k Rifle Club. The annual meeting. of the above was h-ld in. the Hurstbridge hall on Saturday., ,September- ,. ,wpan t1iie're .wassa fair, attendance.. -_The club is in a.good position, and its proipects. encouraging. The. following officers -were elected: - Capitain, :Mr W. Tucker; president, Mr J. Shanhun; secretary, Mr J. Street; treasurer, Mr J. Pill; correspondent, Mr-A. Currie; committee, Messrs C. IFml mer, J..Shanhnn, J. McFarland and Cr. B. HalL. It was decided that a compulsory meeting .of .thei.cmmittee. be held every two months, and .more often if occasion: arises.,.. Trophies .to te value of £1 Is each for scratch and; handicap champions are to be shot for during the season. Club rifles for.the use of members will be'issned on loan by the captain. It was de-. cided to affiliate with the V.R.A. and No. 21. Union... There will be a match on Cottle's Bridge rifle range on Saturday, Sep. tember 7,. and.. all members are re quested to attend. Ladies interested i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

L'ANDCOX4 ESTA RIGHT ON New Montmorency Station; IN A SEATED MARQU.EE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, at3:ip, 32 RESIDENTIAL & SHOP SITES 32 Plans with Pleasure from the Auctioneer.- ALBERT A. HAYNES, GREENSBOROUGH. Heidelberg Saw, Mo6uldiig and Planing. Mills, Burgundy Stoeet Heidvihfr,. and at, (;orner of Peel and Capel Streets. 'WeistMelhouine. Telepholn 24 Heidelberg Exi General and Bdiid~'rs' Irnomongery, .Glass, Paint, Paperhnnaii gs, etc. Joinery H Specialry. Quick Dfsp'tch Iy Rail or Road Baltic Timlibes Reduved This Mlowh. Wiile or Call for Quo'rtions. c. ROUGH, Prop ietor. E. tAN'GFIXE , 178 Tohnson St., COLLINGWOOD We Specialise i,, BOYS' & GIRLS' SCHOOL BOOTS. Madei on tIe Premi. es. Gu-r'nra -d to Wear. MEN'S WORKING BOOTS-Our Mnke-ALL SOLID LEATHER. OncF Worn, Alwny4 W,-ru. We do Ripairs. Under New Maqagoment. Aindrew's Store, E: LT W - M.P. WE-. V. O. & G. R. KRICK (Late A.I.F.) General Grocers and Produce Merchants. Oid&r- Cilei for and Deliv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D. NICHOLSON W ISHES to .ii form ;the Residents..tIf tf DtismticL that hlie hIas purchsedri the' .hove Businues frn ME 0.1 lard. and has Full Stocks of Grocery, Ironutionery. Cocckery, Drapery. Clothin,_,, Etc. We specialise in Suits to Measunr. Satins -faction Guaranteed. Large Range of S.mnples to, Clnose froi. We have engaged the services of one of the letading saleswomnti frmn Myers', Meliourne. ,. take charge of the Drapery Department, and Prices will he as near, the City as possilce. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. Hurstbridge Bakery. M. MORELAND WTISHES to notify he Pultlic of Hiurs!hi e nd Surrounding District that he h, J purchase.l M, Body's Business, anti having a First-class B ker is in a p,,iti... to supply a Good Loan of Bread Bownn. Bread and SmF ll Go ils a Specialty. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. H U RSTB R I D G E. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. < :., ----,O0 GOOD ACCOM 1 ODATION. Pie.ic...

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