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NOTABLE TOASTS. "THE KING!, GOD BLESS HIM!" [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
NOTABLE TOASTS. "THE KING I, GOD BLESS HIM i" Next to. the toast of the "King'", which is drunk every night in mllt ary and naval oficars mesa, prol'ably -the most taceted mrn in the world is Robert Burne, the poet. There are B urns' clubs in every nook and corn er of the world, and Scots keep them up even ca the battlefield, and when e'.er they 1 forgather "the immortal memory" is toasted. One of the quaintest toasts is the bne and only of the Two Pins Club. The name of the club, whi'h is an equestrian one,, is derived from Tur-, pin and Gilpin, and the only toaet permitted is to "Turpin's daring and Gilpin's respectability." The Mayor and Corporation of Ply mouth drink to the memory of Sir rFrancte Drake every year, not heca:se 11be bat the Armada, and was the frst Englishman to rail round the globe but because he first brought water to the old borough. This is the ancint and solemn toast : "May the desecen dants of him who beought water uot er want wina." A rather arn:-NI.in tono...
ARMY'S GUN DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
ARMY'S GUN DOCTOR. The guns Britain is using in France last much longer than one hai a rL.ht to. expect, and pieces whom normal life might be calculated at 6,000. or 7,P00 rounds firo 13,000 or 14.000 with out the loas of accuracy. Besides the guns themselves, how ever, enormous credit is due to the gunners, as well as to the character of the ammunlt!on and to the people who make it at home. By no means the. least Important factor of thi work of what are known as the mob ile ordnance workrhops, being hospit- ala for sick guns, which, Ilto dressing stations for human casualties, are euer pushing up behind our lines. The establishment and machinery for handling and repairing big guns are unavoidably cumbersome, with the great cranes, dynamos, lathes, plan ers, and other heavy machinery tools which are needed, but one of these shops rushes up into new waste coun try where the whole area of the shop has to be paved or floored before a lorry or a gun can be moved in it. A shop building m...
NOVEL BED. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
NOVEL BED. ( One'of the latest of the surgenn'n !ceane mt endosvoumr to enlighten the suiforings of.our ominded men is to ,o ifound in a military ward at St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington. It is a Osecial bed for the paralysed. , One of the great problema in cort ain cases of spinal. wounds is how to 1move the patient sufficiently to make his bed without increasing his suffer lugs by moving him. The new bed solves the problem. Surrounding the bed, just at the edge of the mattress ti a rectangular framework of hollow metal piping. Connecting the two parallel sides are broad bnrde. of webbing ntretched across on top of the mattrees, and on these the patient lies. The two short eides of the frame-work, the ona at the head andthoe' other at the foot, are connected by a geared wheel with a vertical steel post, so that by the turning of a handle at the heed of the bed the framework with patient ly ing on the webbing can be lifted, oil the mat'rcea without his position be. ing changed in the...
POLITE WILD BEASTS. RHINO DRINKS FIRST THEN THE ELEPHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
POLITE WILD BEASTS.. RHINO DRINKS FIRST THEN THI1: ELEPHANT.. Kipling's idea of a law of the jun- gle which is strictly obeyed is not . nearly aw fantastic as .it might be thourht In fact,. recent investigations:. assisted irrnmensely by the camera,. and sepecially the cinema, go to con tend that the novelist was right. For instance, it is an old idea that: the lion and tiger took advantage to-. place upon all animals the necessity to drink, lying in wait at the water holes for such defencelees creatures as-. tlse antelope and gira"es. Yet such an idea is a libel on the lion and a travesty of the tiger's character. There is a standing armistice or truce of the drinking place. Even a. lion will not take a defencelecs fawn at a disadvantage. He will hunt fair; The water-hole is neutral ground, and it qerne to be ll ouadrl:etoed fhnt I ;vhtle there- the peace mus t be kept. But there is order of preced- ence in the forest as there is in the farm. Have you ever seen cowd going into the ...
HURSTBRIDGE HALL COMMITTEE. Report of Hall Committee from July 4th, 1917, to July 1st, 1918. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
HU.RSTIT?ID E HALL OOMMITTEE, Report of H.-II Onmtittte from July 4th, 1917, it, July 1st, 1918. On July 4th, 1917, a meooting of residents of 1lurstbridge woa held in the hIll fIr the putrpos? of discussing bnlance sheet to dlte and of electing a olummittee to take over the mlnlage tment of the hall and duties attendant therccn. As there had been a lot of dissatisfacitn axpressedt over bIck fetnces and in inumtner.blo enteries of the auid residents, those present quite erxected a brilliant displly of eattiical and outnte plttimntltury langqage, but happily were disuppninted in that respect ; andt I think t Io uld ctonmitiee were also. The balaltce'..heet revealed no irregularitien, and it was plainly ovident that none of tile committe' had made fortunes out of handling the public institution, and there was nothing more alartmitt than a very small ovrdraft of £4 Is 101 in evi dence. Bu' as the old ountlmitlteo wre defii antly decisive in their attitude that they wanted no morn of th...
RED CROSS SOCIETY, CHRISTMAS HILLS BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
RED OlOSS SOO1ETY, CHRISTMAS HILLS BRANCH. At thile nnual getneral ,lneettig of tihe above held at " rrandview" ot July 4tl, the following waere elected oflie-.bearers for the cotint, yea' : Psesident, Mrs Muir; I.tln.'Tteasurer, G. D. Nasl ; [ion. Sdacetry, Miss bM. Wilsonl; O Cmulittet, Mtesdauses A. Ashmore, Birch, Jahnslon, ,1Muir, Nash, G. Sahauu; antd ldls. Lindor und 1. )Muir. Tile balane.-shlet showed n credit balance of £5 15, 10,1. The followtng articles havo heen maden andt ett away since July 5,b,l 1917 :-83 tlannels, 214 face wvaslerp, 12 knitted enrfas, 74 pair socks, 19 pillowl-lips, 2 pair tmittens, and old litnea.
WHITTLESEA. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
BDaance-slent oZ io. wounded and.1 ioIvnIldl soldieia enlrvIiIIIII'II held at Vh'tkeoo.a no Jun DLiI 1918 ; BDlnnce in hank ... £18 8 2 Sobocriptlons ... ... ' 8 8 0 Sale1 of jIroviiionIs ... 1 1 Ta'kingsk a luncahon duor 4 6 £27 9 9 Expcnditure. 711i1c11 liron. ... £2 16 3 Air Prica ... 14 7 Mir Soanal ..l .. 12 41 Mr Ohio ... . 12 3 .Mr Tnylor ... ... 7 4 Mr Cohel ... ... 17, 0 Mi's (ulmllino .. 17 0 Air U SIllariland ... 10 0 illluc iln Iin 11k ., 18 3 2 lulaulca in Treat, 11an1ds 2 0 101 £27 9 9 JACK MI'DoNALO, 1-11111, ilto. On J. II. olaiNSOOT , Prensldult, Aunitad id flound corl O I, Jotin ElnZUCY July 411, 1918
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. HURSTBRIDGE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
IIUl lTS'll; 11)l1 L:JNI2. Lenre TLeaves Arrives Ilurnatbrhrlgo ,ll . 1 t o [[wratbrhlgo. WI,?k'K 1)A YS. 7,15 a.m, 74.32 no.l. 9.0 ,.mnl, 11 60 9.40 11.19 , p.m, 1.40 p.m. .695 p.m. 6 5,16 0.44 SBA'I'UIII)AY. ?,9nm, 9.m. , nm. 9.19 n,m I,54 p.m. I.u0 |1,11,0. :,0 p1,111 6 6.4,1 8,9 SUNDAY. Arrives Ilurtlrldge, l)apnrts, I1.7 .m, 640 pllm, 19,9 p.m, 6,45
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
A Professional Dressmaker writes of Clements Tonic Mortbyrono Road, Ascot Vale, Victoria, 519116 CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "Your medicine has built up my health. I hope you will accept this letter in return for the benelit received from Clementa Tonic. "Twelre monlhs ago I had to retire from business for six months throunh nervous breakdown, faitioug attacks, and heart palpitation. I went to N.S. Wales to the hope a change might henefit my health, but returned much the same. I then took Clements Tonic with the result that I was eson able to resume business again." (sigoed) Miss Rose Eliot A Wholesale and Retail Saddle and Harness Maker writes 202 Sydney Road, runswick, stelboutoe, s51916l CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Clements Tonic was the means by which I could take up my business again aflter having to retire for live months through lll-health. The time I was speaking of was years ago. I was prostrated with nervous breakdown, I was not sulfering any pain but was a physical wreck. Insomnia and ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
TO THE EDITOR OF TIlE ADVERTISER. Dear Sir,--l your advertising columns of June 28th. there appeared an advertise eOIttt signed .by several local bakers, noti fying the public that on and titer the 1st July tthe price of the 41b (?) lota will be raised to 8d. During the last tontli, being buspicious that the bread purchased by me from a certain biker dil uot contain the proper weight, I made up my mind to teat the coeclusion arrived at re short weight. Durtug the time mentloned above not one single loaf of Ureatd conltaled the reqlired weight according to the Werlbts and .Measures Act. iMost of the 2b (2) loaves were 2 oz short, sind one 411, t?) loaf was 4. oz short. T'Jhinking that perhaps toy alrles were out" of order, I asked t store keeper to place the sante baker's bread upon his scales, wiich he did, with tile reslt that nmy scales gave me thie correct weight. Now that the brdul has heen raised to 8d per 4ib loaf, and all other necessaries of life are, attd have been for sotm...
FOR THE FRENCH RED CROSS. A DIRECT APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
FOR THE FRENOK RED CROSS..-, A DIRECT APPEAL. ,? An appeal for funds for the French Red Cross Society is be ing made throughout Victoria during the remainder of this month. The appeal is being organised by the French Red Cross Society in Melbourne, an official and fully authorised branch of the parent body. The nature of the appeal is to be a direct and simple reliance on the hearts of the public. No carni rals, fetes, raffles, or any other indirect methods of oajolery will be organised by the appeal com ,mittoo, wieho intend to rely entirely on the generosity of the public pnd the outstanding merit'of the tause. Since the inauguration of the appeal a large number of circulars setting out the appeal in ann attractive manner have been distributed broad-cast throughout Victoria, and already substantial results have been obtained. In this district patriotic bodies, pub lic institutions, trade organisa tions and individuals have been approached, and a splendid res ponse is being made. I...
HURSTBRIDGE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE AND FREE LIBRARY. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
HURST'rBRI)GE MDECHANICS' INSTITU'I'E AND FREE LIBRARY. ANN.JAL SIETIN?G. The annual meeting of tie above was Leld in the bIll onlthe evening :of tllhe ~lth tilt. There wdea fair atteuicdace. Or --W+:". O. Gray, onel of: the I-all'; Trueetes, occupied the-,chair. The annualI report aild l, lannae-shoet were plncid . before. -thoe inehting.. .Messr uRai, .Jone aend O.Spry. were,elect&ed. aiauditcns'tclIt- the, binalan-ceehect; aid reportad.ildel everything was. in in. order.: RMr Robt. Jiees congratu lated the Connmitten on their year's womk,and considered that it showed excellent managemelnt considering the mnny heavy expeases that had to he met. The Ohaitinan (Or Ory) also complimentec d thelp O.mnmittee, and spoke in ihe hihlist terms of praise of the way thil Cormnmittee hld conducted the lusiness eoi,.ected with tlie man agementcl the hail, noid monved thi a hearty vti of.tthlnkseiO to the 'Colnttit tee he recorded inl the minutees, a hich was carried unanimously The haO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
h nexi lol comes? Is. WILTL R SNI) IM ENOUGH FOil ANOTIIKIBt WYIK. Will YOU Help ? Nothlng deducted for expeneoe. RnND YOURi DONATIONS TO Over-Seas Club Southern Cross Tobacco Fund, 120 Queen Street, 'ianrlal y Ithe Wlant War Council.) • - _ .. . . . . . ' ' lit pIpIermIlt i ure, I".r i ~ n111 d Colds lnever fthull I1 t 11'IA Y+ w Mrs. Harper COSTUMIER, 8 o)ptIIhIIUA hul 11089e it HURST3RIDGE.. 8dpaiuhtioso ('hithi ou, IDroess onop Priucs Mlouturulo, .l'luauo Junt. Australian Expeditionary Forces. R ecruits Wanted. i" Nioutr i AN iaPHYSCALLY FIT Is WANTED. . `: -CONDITIONS OF ENLISTMENT. iges:18 to 46 yernR. _ .vi~rf . 'hlMinimum Iiertphti ( feet 2.iliches. .7 Chest menoaremeot, 83'ineihes Persons'deairine to enlist shoull npply at the nearest Town aoll, Shire Hiall,.Drill Hall, or Recruitio 1Depot, whrre arrangements will be made for medlicnl examination. Porsons who are consideredr suitable will be granted .free, Railway tickets to, the Metropolis fur final medical examination and...
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall he glad to insert communications hearing upon copies of public interest which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily or publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. SEND-OFF AT WHITTLESEA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
COltRESPONDENO Without endorilng the opinions of our correspondents, we shnll be glad to insert communicationsi hearing upon topies of publicinterept, which may be itelligeitly expressed and free from pcriontll tics, oh condition of" rec'lving the writer's real. .name, uot nccessarily for publicationu, but as a guumntee of good faith. SEND-OFF AT WIIITTLESEA.; TO THE EDITOR Or TILE ADVEITISER. Dear Sii.-- Vtlt ws given outn as a public send off to tho- \Vlilt tsea boys who have gone intd camp to serve their country took plnce in the Mecnhanic' Institute on the 20th .Inne, and waq slated to be a great success (as usual), although only one of the Inds turne.d up. The public wtant to know why the affair was announced as a public rseunlo f to eight of the bhys, when ieven of thIBe refuse.I to aeC'upt the invitation to be present. Why did those running thel dnnce mislead the people of the district so tint unny ottemiled undier n wrong imprestion ? .\n riplhnation will be nwaited with soi...
ELTHAM RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
ELTHA1I ?E IED CROSS, --4-t-- ---. A maglnificont juvtnile ontortain meat was given it tlhe Rochabite Hall on Sturday evening in aid of local funds by a party of young people from Kensinglon, atnder tihe eadership of Mir F. C. Dawson, n gentleman who, having belen rej."cted for notive service, is devoting himself, at cunsiderahle expense and trouble, to raising funds in tits manner. The excellent pro. gramtme rendered furnished evidoaen of tmont careful training of the children, and the rtliieoncy of the items given displanyed exceptional talent in rinny instances. A lengthy and varied pro urnmmno was rendered the more dazn cling by the beautiful costumes and clever notions of the performers. Never before have we had a better aittedance at any perfurmance, and before the evening was over a vote of thanks was most fittingly respotnded with much enthusiasm. The ieeonm panist, Mrs Manson C?rlott, is worthy of mention, for her part in the pier. formantca was most ably rendered. The exhi...
RED CROSS, KANGAROO GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
RED CROSS, KANGAROO GROUND. Balnnoceshoet for,. half year ended Julne 30th, 1918: Rrceipts, Balance .... ... £4 1 8) Di?natione ... ... 1 Procaceds of quilt .,. 2 0 0 lloon carnival ... 15 4 7 Expenditure. Iy wnol .,. ,.S£12 2 9} Ilui flannel .. . 4 0 0 Goods from store . . 1 .0 0 o?nation to Oontral ... 5 0 0 Pa1,uge anod pondago ... 3 7 Il?lance on lhand .' 2 11 £22s 9 3 R. aosrNo, TronRurer, Audited and found norrenut 3 | 7 r 18 E. K. I, IlAnsuALA. hiM. J, Rvaeurr. List of goods denpantohd for half eer 1-104 p,,ir anoks (to Palriolle I'aguta), 20 pairs slippers, 5 pairs stilt. tens, I pair bed 'analkc, 20 lanner .hirte, 3 Ihandkerohidfs, 13 pkt e. onrt iu'lB 'sikta. jolly oryitale, 18 pkts ctrirottes, 8 tine cocon, 0 the mIiltk, I ?Iantlity of old linen, tlie, n ottlles. silvar papeor, tnagaines, and Illustraten POper.,
YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
YARRA GLEN. (Frnos oUR CORRnnIPONDENT) A very eajoyable evening was held on Wednesday, June 20th, in aid of the welcome home fund, the residents of thlt district also availing themselves of the olportlunity to pre sent to )1r and a51s Marshall a pair of easy armchairs,' also to Mrs Marshall, from the laIndies of the ReI Cross, a handsome leather bag. The young people also presented Miss HLilda Marshall with a cash prsesnt. lMr Marshall having now retired from a position as caretaker in the Metro politan Board of Works after some twontylive years or more in this die. trict, hli deooided to take up his residence in Melbourne. The presen tltlion was in the capable hands of Or 0, I. Bathi, who referred so the good qualitios of Air and Mrs. Marshall and familyIwho were Ilways ready to assist in everything for the good of the dii. trios. The Chilrman espeoially referred to thel good work done by Mrs AMoashall for the Red Oross asd all patriotic purposes, Air Poatlethwoite and air Oary als...
FATAL MOTOR CYCLE ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
FATAL MOTOR CYCLE ACCIDENT. On Sunday afternoon last a motor cycle accident occurred at Hurstbridge resulting in the death of Mr. Frederick Miller,: of 117 Easey-street, Colling wood. ?r Miller, accompanied by his wife, who was seated in the side car of the cycle, was doing a rhn through the district and crossed the recently constructed Monior bridge, and after proceeding a short distance turned on the homeward journey, and before he again reached the bridge he pulled off to the. aide of the roadway to allow another motor cycle with side car that was approaching from the rear to pass him. Buti he drew off too far, and his own motor cycle toppled over the embankment. His wife was pinned beneath the side car, and lie himself was crdshed between the cycle and a tree. Both .?is and Mrs. AMiller were removed to Dorsett louse and at tended to by a doctor from Diamond Creek. Mrs.- .iller was not aseriously hurt, but her husband had 'sustained severe internal injuries to the ribs. He was ta...
AUSTRALIAN REPATRIATION SCHEME. Speech by The Hon. E. D. MILLEN (Minister for Repatriation), delivered in the Senate, 2nd May, 1918. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
AUSTRALIAN REPATRIATION SOHEME. Speech by The Hon. E. D. MiLLr. (Minister for Repatriation), delivered in the Senate, and May, 1918. Senator Millen (New South Wales --Minister for Repatriation)[3,z5. r nmove *iThat this Bill be now read a second time. Regarding the measure itself, I do not deem it necessary to detain the House at any length. I pass thus hurriedly from the Bill itself, so that I may take the oppor. tunity of presenting a somewhat com prehensive statement as to the work already effected under the main Act, and concerning the activities which have been inaugurated on behalf of returned soldiers. In doing so, I desire to make, as. my justification, tihe. point that if I can place before the House a reasonably clear view of what is now in operation, honorable senators, will better understand the purpose and effect of the amendment now sub mitted. The Task. There has been complaint and criti cisim regarding the delay in inaugurating the system just launched. I offer much ...
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION. S.S. 727, GLENVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 12 July 1918
OO DAY CELEBRATION. .S. 7271, OLENVALE. very pleasant afternoon was spent lie Olenvale school last Friday, , whOn several of the parents Iriglds assembled to celebrate r Da. Ir WV. Gale very kindly rt his traction engine along, and jts aid brought down an old pear ,d reoaoved it frnom tle soeno of ions; it was then cut up for rd, llr J. H. Cornfoot was also t willing worker. 14i Ilok charge he plough, and soon had two beds lhed and harrowed in front of the school building. Messrs Blair, nis ad h'IKondrick interasted ielves in planting out young tain ash and lucerne tree plants Irilnmmilg up ithe other trees. it the gentlemen were busy inr uving the school grounds tile iattended to the wants of the ,rioi and provided a very daintsy sof cakes and tea, to which both n aond adults did full justice. children were then interested in opening of an oenvolope, which ,sined n certain number. Each ac paid a penny for a guess, and prize was a box of chocolates, iS w,,as won by a young scholar y...