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Whittlesea. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 September 1923

Whittlesea. A very successful American Tea and children's competitions in sing ing and elocution was held at the Whittlesea Public Hall on Saturday afternoon and evening, August 25th. Small money prizes were awarded to the first four in each section, Mrs. J. Jarman and Miss Neste Garner acting as judges. The marks were given as follows :-Recitations. -Girls: Lucy McKernan 38, Molly Allison 38 (tied), Evelyn Allison 36, Mable Kelly 36, (tied). Boys : Arthur Sparrow 36, Allan Kelly 36 (tied), Lindsay Travers-32, and Jack Rawlings 30. Singing.-Girls : 1, Grace Crawley 50, highly commend ed ; 2, Annie McNamee 40; 3, Maisie McNamee 40 (tied); 4, Molly Alli son 30. Boys : Reg Wheeler 40, Lindsay Travers 40 (tied); 3, Allan Kelly 25 ; 4, Billy McNamee (com mended). The proceeds, amounting to £27 were in aid of the renovation fund. The outside woodwork, fencing, etc., have recently been re-painted, and Messrs Gillespie, Dobson and Co., have re-dressed the floor of the hall, which was pronou...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Wattle. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

The Wattle. (By "The Wanderer.") At this time of the year the wat tle is a prominent feature in the landscape and its golden glory at tracts thousands of visitors to this district. There are many features of interest about the wattle. It be longs to the Leguminosea order of plants. This great family is unique, inasmuch as the members of it..have the power of extracting their nitro gen directly from the"air insteid .of drawing: ipon the supplies of that element in the soil. The wattle be longs to the ghnius acacia." This'teriii was applied owing to the fact that the earlier known varieties had sharp thorns on them. The word "acacia" is related etymologically to the word "acute." There are nearly 800 spec ies of acacia ; over 400 are purely Australian, about 100 are African, and about 200 are found in other countries. Another interesting bo tanical feature about the wattle is that a great many varieties have no leaves-that is, no true leaves, but merely flattened leaf stalks instead, ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

Diamond Creek. (From Our Own Correspondent.) The Loyal Diamond Creek Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F., held its annual social on Saturday, September 1. There was a large, number of brethren and friends present, and a splendid even ing was spent. A presentation was made to Bro. A. Gosatray by Director Bro. H. Tait, P.DG:.M., for his valu ed services to the lodge. Prizes were also awarded for.-the best advertise ment costumes, to. Mr. G.- Middleton (Menzies' Oatmeal). and Mr,. J. Bass (Witch soap). Good music was sup plied by Bros. R. Poole and B. Hed dle, assisted by Mr. W. Kirkbride's jass. band, while Mr. J. Cowin ably carried out the duties of M.C. At th' last social evening of the Girls' Friendly Society, the parishion ers of St. John's presented Mr. Bob. Poole with a handsome travelling rug. At a social evening given by the Rev. and Mrs. Constable to the choir of St. John's, the choir pre sented Mr. Poole with a set of brushes. "Bob " has been the or ganist to the church for some years and i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

HDTIOE TD BiTLE DEALERS AND OTHERS. AUL BTTLES with the trade mark and brand.viz.-- t.B. over C.Y. in a pade moulded thereon are the SOLE PRiOPElTY of THE C. ITAIIUFACTURERS BOTTLE COMPAIhY OF VICTORIA PRO PRIETARY LIMiITED, from which Company they have been hired, and such bottles have been delivered by such Company solely for the purpose of enabling the con. tents to be used cnly once for retailing, consuming, or using ale or stout or other fermented or unfermented liquora contained in such bottle. The bottles to branded are not sold, and when the contents are once used the bottles must forthwith on demand be returned to such Company or its duly author ised agents. Thebottlesmay nothbedestroyed or damaged, or parted with, or in any way disposed of. and may not be used for any but the foregoing ourose. DATED the 30th day of August. One thousand nine hundred and twenty three. A. J i·i 30t HERD, Manager. Pavey, Wilson & Cohen, Solicitors, 360 Collins Street. Melbourne. Woods'...

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Christmas Hills. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

Christmas Hills. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION FORMED. (From a Correspondent.) The operations of the Christmas Hills Railway League havine, for the time being, become suspended until the result of the recent campaign is known, it has been decided to merge the interests of that League in a Pro gress Association. At the outset cer tain of the committee of the Mechan ics' Institute, who had contrived to fall foul of the Railway League, refused' to allow the Progress Association the free use of the hall for its meetings. The new Association had therefore, to avail itself of the offer of the hon. sec retaay to hold its meetings at his resid ence "Osborne " Christmas brills. A preliminary meeting was held on 25th August and continued on Saturday, September8, when there was a strong muster of earnest and very enthusiastic supporters. Various matters consider ed to be essential to the development and improvement of the district were discussed, and these are, in the near future, to be taken up active...

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THOUGHTS. THE RAILWAYS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

,.- THOUGHTS. ! ---- --t . THE RAILWAYS (By Mernda). My thoughts have been recently very much occupied with a study of the various aspects of the problems, connected with our railways-roads and in general, the1 subje t-' 4f: tran?port of paspsnges, beastsnd'the produce from -the land. 'I venture, with your kipd,permissipn,Jt9 giyv?entto thosq, thoughts in the hope that anything good contained in thein will tend to impr'ove .the .position.... ..In the .first place, it is a great. mistake for the powers that be to become what I might call too autocratic ; by that I mean too independent. It is all very well to say " help us and we will help you," whilst those who say. it are exacting,to ,the ,utmostwhat, they,.can from the public. The fact is we are, or should be, jnterdependent on one ahother, and such being the case:we should work in unison one with another. I grant you our railway men have a hard problem to solve, and it. is especially so from tlihe dic tum that the railways must pa...

Publication Title: Advertiser
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CRICKET. CRICKET ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

CRICKET. CRICKET ASSOCIATION A delegates' meeting of the North Riding Shire of Eltham Cricket As sociation was held at Queenstown on the 27 ult. Representatives from the seven clubs that competed for the Cambpell-Hewitt shield last season attended. The delegates took keen interest in the proceedings, and it was decided to commence association matches on Saturday, September 29th. Final date of registration of competing clubs was fixed for Mon day, September 17. The following office-bearers were elected :-Presi dent, Cr. H. Hewitt ; secretary and treasurer, Mr. C. T. Harris ; vice presidents, Messrs J. J. Mills, J. O'Brien, A. Pitt, F. Thomson, S. S. Cracknell, C. H. Peake, and A. Love; patrons, Cis. A. Campbell, B. Y. Hall and D. Murphy, Messrs ,W. H. Everard, M.L.A., J. Leonard, W. Knell, F. Thomson, A. Trim; G. D. Nash and Goodson. The delegates will meet on Monday evening, 17th inst, for the purpose. of revising rules and the drawing of fixtures for the ensuing season.

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THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 14, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

THE OUtRa= mnd WVtitteot t i2rs C duertiser AND •iýnancgred Articl li ua?oate Published Eevry Fridiy A fternt on HURSTBRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 14, 1923. Local and General. On page 4 will be found corres pondence and articles on the Wattle and Railways (by Mernda). The Kangaroo Ground cricket club will hold a social on September 28. Application is made for a goldmin ing lease. The Heidelberg council calls ten ders for works at Greensborongh. A report of the Strathewen tennis club ball will appear next issue. Tenders are called for additions to the Hurstbridge school. Mr Albert A. Haynes will hold his usual Greensborough market on Mon day next. The Minstrel entertainment at Panton Hill will be held on Friday next in aid of the hall funds. A meeting will be held at Cottle's Bridge on Thursday of those interest ed in forming a tennis club. The annual meeting of thbe Hurst bridge tennis club will be held on Saturday next. Mr T. Hurrey is at present attend ing to the staging cf the Whittlesea ex...

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Wonga Park. DEDICATION CEREMONY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

Wonga Park. DEDICATION CEREMONY (From Our Own Correspondent.) Sunday afternoon, September 9, was a red letter day for the locality. Favored with ideal weather, with a beautiful sunshine, made it at once evident that there -would be a large number of visitors to witness the Archbishop dedicate St. Mark's Church of England. As the hour, 3 o'clock,approached, people came from all directions for this picturesque lit tle spot, and with the local popula tion there was quite a large atten dance. The building in itself is one for the local folk to feel proud of, being well constructed, of nice design, and in a good position ; the population are to be congratulated in having such a fine structure. The Archbishop was met at the vestry door by Messrs E. R. Collyor (treasurer) and Fred Topping (sec retary), who then proceeded to the main entrance, where the formal pro clamation was read, afterwards en tering the church, where the order of the dedication was gone through. His Grace took for his ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ELTHAM. CRICKET ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

CRICRET. ASSQOIAION :(From .Our Own .Correspondent.) The annual meeting of .;the El?hain -District - Cricket Associa 'tion was. . ild at Greenisbor oughl , `ona `Tiesday, September 4, and , delegates from Eltham, IDiam9~pd Creek, .Mndtmorency, .and (reensboroigh attended . Mr. Bir chall was in the chair. The balance sheet, showirig a credit balance of £2 2/, was read and adopted. - Mr. Bir 'chtiVl (presidefit), 'in a few well | chsen w~ords,';outlined the activities 6'f t: he associati on. during the? year, apd eulogised the fine performance of Mr. A. Gosstray (Diamond Creek), in winnisng.,both batting, and bowling averages. Messrs G. Birchall (El tham), and D; J. McColl (Eltham), were re-elected president and 'secre tary respectively. Rules .debarring local players from participating in competitio~ games ...after .playing more thai two games in pennant cricket, and one,y yith.another associa tion, were included in the. rules, on the motion of Mr. Cook (Diamond Creek). The- secretar...

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Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

Eltham=; Police ,Court, TUESDIMY, SEPTEMBER 11 - k Before Mr.W . G. Smith, P.M.. and' Messrs E. W. :Smithers, ,C. Wraight, and J. J. O'Connor, J.P's.). .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

Eltham Dining Rooms (Late Morriss's Hotel). MRS OWEN DESIRES to inform the public that she has renovated the above house and is prel;=red to cater for the travelling public. Accommodation for week-endera. ~teals and afternoon teas. Own cows-milk cream, cakes, &c. Tariff moderate. Netley House, ELTHAM. Convalescent Rest.. Home. . --o--0 After July 30 no more Maternity cases taken. -0 PARTOULARS ON APPLICATION Matron : E. LLOYD;j For Children's Hacking Cough, Woods' Great Pepperniintu Cure. RYAN BROS, BUTCHERS, Diamond Creek and Hurstbridge ?b g ms t3at esveo its price in record ttimo. Does the hardest ariest work, ard runs on crude oil at one-fifth the cost of petrol Sof kerosene. Revolutionises farm power work. PTROL SNSA ZONAL IN ITS SIMPLICITY. ECONOMISES ENORMOUSLY.. SURPRISLNG IN ITS STRENGTH. I - SPluga, Wires, Switches, Carburettor, Magneto, Blow BBatteries. r Sold direct from the factory. 1T o s5 DOWN - EASY TERMS. Mioney back if you are not satisfied. - 4J .; R ME A....

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RESEARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

RESEARCH. (From Our Own Correspondent.) A very successful concert was held in the Research school on Saturday, September 1st, in order to provide funds for school equipment. The school, which has lately been enlarg ed and renovated, was filled to over flowing by an enthusiastic and ap preciative audience. Every item was well received and a long and varied program was submitted. For some weeks the school children had been busy preparing, under the tuition of the staff, for the event, and had en tered keenly into their work. The scholars provided the first half of the programme with songs, recitations, tableaux and dancing. Mr. J. Bell occupied the chair, and Mr. West kindly gave the use of his piano.: The children were trained for their songs by Mrs Sproston, assisted by Miss Renkin. The concert openedsvith a violin solo by Mr. J. Collins. Then a song, "The best school of all," by scholars ; " Heads and Heels" (en cored), scholars ; recitation, L. Blas chek ; song, " While London Sle...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Eltham Shire Council. FINANCIAL STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

Eitiham Shire Council. FINAN; CIAL STATEMENT Receipts :-South Riding : Rates currant, £7 12/7 ; rates arrears, £4 5/8 ; 17/10 ; dog fees, 10/ ; rate c rtfic:Les. i3/0 ; pound fees, £1 7/6; i::i. fees, £50 11/1-£85 17/8. North Riding : Rates current, £127 1/8 ; rates arrears, £13 12/6 ; inter est, £3 13/7-£144 7/9. East Riding: Rates current, £56 14/11 ; rates arrears, £9 8/5 ; inter est, £1 16/3 ; pan fees, £2 0/0; wages advance refund, £3 9/0-£73 8/7. Trust Account : Contractors' De posits, £36 15/0-£:'6 15/0. Riding Balances.- South, cr., £564 17/5 ; East, cr., £187 2/10; trust account, £681 12/5-£1433 12/S.-North, dr., £589 19/6 ; cash at bankers, £843 13/2. Eltham Water Supply Account. Receipts, £75 13/4 ; overdraft, £618 11/8. Yarra Glen Water Supply Account. -Receipts, £49 10/9 ; overdraft, £233 14/11. Montmorency Water Supply Ac count.-Receipts, £109 18/6 ; cr., balance, £124 0/3. ENGINEER'S REPORT Mr. C. J. McCormack reported : East Riding.-Gravel has been put on footpath an...

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Panton Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

, i?hlie., Panton,. Hill,Recreation .Re-, serve -.presented a busy... scene. *.on. .aturday, afternoon,, -when .both the; .; cricket club andthie tennis club lieldi working -bees to pl in order their, respective playing, areas. -. TIhe work already acconplished, is extensive and reflect. greatt credit _ on the. public spiritof tho?e who helped on this. and former occasions,. At the .annual meeting. of: the cricket- :club .the. following officers .were .,elected :-President, Mr.- ;A. Sublet ;,vic-prsidents, MIessrs. .A.. Crackinell and G. Harriman ; secre tary,. Mr. J. Plunkett.. , A ,;cordial vote of thanks was passed to M'r. Plunkett for his.services as;secretary last year. The balance sheet showed total receipts amounted to £52 9/7, while .the expenditure was -£49 8/2, leaving- a credit balance of £3 1/5. Cr. Hall is offering a trophy for the highest aggregate for the season. Great numbers of visitors have visited Panton Hills lately, being at tracted by. the fine weather, good ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

LANDOOX ES TA TE RIGHT ON New Montmorency Station. IN A SEATED MARQUEE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,: at 3 :pm{ 32. RESIDENTIAL & SHOP SITES 3-2 Plans with Pleasure from the Auctioneer-- ALBERT A. HAYNES, GREENSBOROUGH.I ? I I 1 • III ImitiI A SIMPLE WAY -OF MOST PROFITABLY INVESTING MONEY. LIST OF OPTIONS FOR BOND-HOLDERS IN THE SEVENTH WAR LOAN. ?to?tn ,N. P ,. l.,. To leave the proceeds of the Stock or Bonds, to an amount not exceeding £2,000 in any, one case, on deposit. in the Common wealth Treasury, with the right to withdraw any sum up to £100 on demand, and larger sums on not more than seven days' notice ; interest at the rate of 5 per cent. per annum to be paid, and that rate not to be reduced for at least two years, the de positor to receive a Peace Savings Certificate in pass-book form. Option No. 2. To exchange the maturing Stock or Bonds for a Treasury Bill payable to bearer, maturing on the 15th September, 1924, and bearing interest for one year at 5 per cent per an...

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Methodist Church Services SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1923. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

:Methl1dlt On11 .1Servifces SU?NIAY, ?PTEiMBER 16,1923. Difandn ideek. 11 . i ?., 31r Jarrett; 7.15 .in:, iMr iose... Arthur's Ciekk, 3 p.m., Mr Jarrett. Oottle's .Bridge, 3 p.m, .Mr Collom. i'uritbriige, 7:15 .m., in r. Collom. Thnckl's Corner, 3. rin., ,Mr Thompson. - Panton .?ill, 7.30 p.m., MIl} Rodger. Wattle Glen, p.m.,. Mr Jarrett.

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Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

'Clinch ,of- England. I46thShiiid y after Trinity=-September 16. XtHuistbHd' ;e '11n: m * !PantflHiil 3'3L pm. Mdinbrfal Service ·in ihee~oryf ýrCaptain _ ripp;' Queenstowtn, 1.30P~ih - Rev. E. Selwyn ChRase.

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Whittlesea Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

Whittlesea Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. ELECTION OF PRESIDENT. The councillors met at Mernda on Wednesday. Present : Councillors B. McCormack, Browne and Butler (Epping riding), Thomas Clarke and Brownhill (Morang), Cornfoot, Downie and Higgs (Whittlesea), Hurrey, Murphy and Reid (Yan Yean). Cr. Clarke was voted to the chair on the motion of Crs. Cornfoot and Downie. 'Cr. Downie proposed that the President's allowance be the same as last year (£60). Seconded by Cr. Thomas. Cr. Higgs asked how the amount served last year.-Cr. McCormack replied that he would rather not say, except that there was nothing left. Cr. Higgs moved an amendment that the allowance be £75. Second ed by Cr. Cornfoot.-The amend ment was lost, and the motion for £60 was carried. Cr. Thomas proposed that Cr. Mc Cormack be re-elected president. Seconded by Cr. Reid. Cr. Downie said the presidency had been in the same riding for years, and he favored it going round the ridings, the same as Eltham shire. Cr. Clark...

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TIMBER TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 14 September 1923

TIM BER TRAFFIC; . Thomas Jas: Cranwell, an inspector of -the -- Country Roads Board, .pro ceeded.. against Lester...Clyde . Hub bardi'charging him . that ,.he..did at Kinr~gkei on- June 30,. by-me?ns 'of a 'vhicle, -carry timber over and. along t:ie main Hurstbridge-Kinglake-road, such'-road ;being cldsed t't?traffic un defr-section 4 of the' C.R.B. Act, 1916.; -Mr. Whitehead appeared for the Board, and Mr. Thompson for de fendant. -. --This case was.adjourned from last court- day, in- consequence of a simi lar case .being dismissed because the informant--failed to prove that:'the road trespassed upon was a C.R.B. road. Mr. ,Whitehead pointed out that the roads were primarily for, the people on, the-land, but other people, of a different industry,' used the road, cut out .their business, and- then left; leaving the farmer in the mud. The. Board was trying, to maintain, the roads ,for'the benefit of the man on the'larid, hence the prosecution.. T. J. Cranwell, inspector for the C.R....

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