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Methodist Church Services SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1923 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 September 1923
Methodist, Church Services SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1923 Diamond Creek, 11 a .n., Mr Collom ; 7.15 p.m , .\ Mr McWigan. Arthur'.( Cleek, 3 p.m, L.P.A. Cottle'h Bridge. 3 p.m... Mr Thompson. Hurstbride, 7 15 p.m.. M?r Rose Research. 3 30 p cm.. MIr C,'ilom. Panton Hill, 7 .30 p.m.. \lIi Cllom. Tnattle Glen. 7 p.m.. Mr Campbell.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 September 1923
G IRL wanted for light housework, no washing, fond of children, rood wages. 'Phone, Ivanhoe 122. "Toolangi," 735 Heidelberg road, Ivanhoe. C OW, just calved, for sale.-D. WALSH. Allendale road, Diamond Creek. G OOD COW, just calved, for sale; 16 to 18 quarts ; consistent milker ; £9. -B. A. POPE, Greousborough. I1OR Sale.-Eight pairs Muscovy Ducks (laying).-J. BELOT, C(ttle's Bridge. IOR SALE.-One Double-seater Far l mer's Buggy, strong, in good condi tion, with pole and shafts ; also one Light Waggon, with pole and shafts, will carry one ton.-Apply R. A. HUBBARD, l)ixon's Creek P.O. Kangaroo Ground Hall. C RICKET CLUB SOCIAL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. Good Music. Supper provided. Double ticket, 3s 6d ; single ticket, 2s 6d. Epping Parish Ball. S'TRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 28. IN THE SHIRE HALL, EPPING. Hoffman's Band. Double Ticket, 10/6. The Best Ball of the Season. REV. FR. O'CALLAGHAN, P.P., Treasurer. JOHN BRAZIL, Hen. Secretary. Queenstown Hall, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. C RICKET CLUB ...
Heidelberg Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 September 1923
Heidelberg,Shire:; Council. The councillors met at- Heidelbherg pn Tuesday, Cr. J. S. White (presi- I dent) being in the chair. Cr. Pitcher, on behalf of the.coun- t cillors, conveyed to the President 2 their earnest sympathy in the great t loss he had sustained in the death of his wife, a loss which will make the position of president all the more difficult to fill. The councillors then 1 rose in silence- as a- mark. of- .sym-- I pathy. CORRESPONDENCE. Greensborough Tennis Club, apply ing for use of tennis courts at Greensborough, and enclosing chequeI 5/ for fee registration.-Request granted. Constable Rose, applying for in creased remuneration for his work as' sanitary inspector ..and assistant ranger.-To be considered when es timates are" being compiled. Constable Rose, re McMahon's pig gery.-Received. North. Williamstown Presbyterian Sunday School, applying for use of Greensborough Park on Cup Day. Granted under usual conditions. E. F. Greenwood, asking for cros sing in front o...
HOW I TRAIN MY FLEAS. PROFESSOR M. NORTHCOTE TALKS ABOUT HIS WONDERFUL PERFORMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 September 1923
HOW 1. TRAI~ MY FLEAS. C si PROFESSOR a_ NOfHC OTE g TALKS ABOUT "- IS WONDERFUL L PERFORMERS. The great thing about flea training is that you must catch your flea first. b Some people may th~ that is easy, but I have the greatest difi culty in keeping up the supply. If I ti could use cat and dog fleas I should P he- in clover ; there are always plen- b ty of these. But they have no stam- c, ina. Take them away from their natural victims'and, they die. a No, the kind of flea I like is the N one that likes you-the kind that S spoils your night's rest and makes you sit up and - look for a slipper. Next time you have an adventure with one don't be too hard on him. Remember that a' has an nup-and, o down sort of life and has to find his lh victims as best he ean. C Don't kill him. Just ]ut him in a bottle, and when you have caught t, several send theem to me. I will pay 1 you threepence each for the little dears, and perhns some day you will have the plensure cf seeing them per form. Yo...
CRICKET. NORTH RIDING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 September 1923
C RICKE, -l NORTH RIIDING ? TT1N.: Discussion. on.-rules;, regulatiodn and, resolutions.caused rslate,.sijttig of: delegates, ate the North. l iding Shire of Ettham. Cricket A?sociation meeting at Queenstown;glast Monday. night. Mr F. Thomson, (vice-presi dent) presided.. Seven. clubs, regis, tered to compete for the Campbell-. Hewitt shield. ..... Before the.revision of rules was proceeded.with . the secretary, read correspondence from Mr.A. iublet, who advocated- one. day matchies. T'lhe. fact was pointed.out that Iastseason cricket was unduly..prolonged,; and interfered With football fixtures.. After discussion Mr H. Apted (Ar thur's Creek) moved that ,to-day matches be. played throughoutlhe I season, one Saturday only to be left vacant in fixtures (February 10,. for the Whittlesea association ,match). Seconded by Mr A. Trim. An amendment was moved by the Hiurtbridge delegate (Messrs A. Cotfxnd A. Verso), that two-day matches be played the first round, and that one-day matches be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 September 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D. NICHOLSON r W ISHES to inform tihe Residents of the District' that he . has purchased the ,,hove Business from Mr. C. V. Cl lard: and iias Full Stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crcckery, ':: T Dbrapery, Clothing, Etc. We, specidlise in Suits to MiNasurf'. Satis faction Guaranteed. Ltare Range of S:mples to Choose from. We have engaged the services of one of the lending saleswomen from Myers', Melhourne, to take charge of the Drapery Department, and Prices will he as near the City as possib!e. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. Hurstbridge Bakery. M. MORELAND W ISHES to notify the Public of lIursatinde and Surrounding District that he h hs purchased Mr Bodey's Business, and having a First-class Biker is in a positiont to supply a Good Loaf of Bread Biowu Bread and Smill Goods a Specialty. "Wattle Cafe, RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDGE. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. 6DORSET Hq'OUSE 0 GOOD ArCO1M \ODATION. Pi,-nic Parties Sp...
Strathewen. FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 September 1923
Strathewen. FANCY DRESS BALL. (From Our Own Correspondent.) On Friday, September 7, the Strat hewen Tennis Club held one of the most successful balls ever witnessed in the district. Despite bad roads and wretched weather conditions, glad young hearts came from King lake, Queenstown, Hurstbridge, Arthur's Creek and the city to make gay the proceedings and lend a help ing hand. The hall wad tastefully de corated by the Tennis Club. Splen did music, with the swing dancers I appreciated, was supplied by Mr. Leo Ryder, Miss T. Brennan, and Mrs. L. Lawrey. The refreshments, as usual, were excellent, while the proceedings were in th hands of that capable M.C., Mr V. Brain. The fancy dress es were numerous, of a high stand ard, and very beautiful. The on lookers enjoyed themselves as well as the dancers, for the bewildering spectacle tripping past was compos ed of Clowns and CGnomes, Rajahs and Shieks, Night and Dawn, Indians and Costers, and sweet-bewitchingly sweet little Dutch, Alsation ...
ELTHAM. FANCY DRESS PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 21 September 1923
EL`TlIAMs FANCY DRESS. PROCESSION. (From Our Own C orrespondeaenY) Saitii~y a "a wa gala day ini jltliam: Thenlbnig'aite'd for proces~ sibn' a~in:'' fancy."dressed''' football inatih was t'a'ged 'iii" uncertaii weather, 6iit the mister of those'in fancy dress, was very' satisfatoiry: M6osu of the costiumes were of tlteri'- diculifos ivirfety;i ut still, 'that ad. d! id,' more humor 'to the:" carnival Side-shows suchi as boxing' were 'ar rangedi M'r: Copelaind had his car suitabIly decorated, and placards 'on either side .of the vehicle lore the in scripfi6oi " Helj us to 'help 'yourei ves.' '1~. No connection with "tlhe railways." Mr. Birchall made sulch a good constable of police that one exliected to see the inevitable? cook lurking round the corner with a big pie anid liquid` refreshments. The procession left the station at '3 p.m.; en routle for the park. ' Toll was taken, from passing motorists an'd houses along the roadway. Mr. R Morris, dressed as a mount'ed abori ginal, coll...
Correspondence. A CORRECTION. To the Editor of the Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 September 1923
Correspondence. A CORRECTION. To the Editor of The Advertiser Sir,-I desire to correct. a report in your issue of the 21st regarding the confectionery, soft drinks and af ternoon tea at the premises next to the Bakery. The facts are that after having paid a good sum to the pre vious occupier for the business, my position was forced by the accepted offer of increased rent, and owing to that my business of soft drinks, con fectionery and afternoon tea, far from being taken over by any other per son, has been transferred to and car ried on at the bakery.-Yours, &c., M. MORELAND. *Hurstbridge, 24.9.23.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 September 1923
For B onchia Couighs take Woods 'Peppermint:? Ciare;`· V," t,:,-' 6 r: Je, pLe iit Cure. Tomato Plants. Australian Large Red, 25s per 1000. Burwood Wonders, 25s. Wilding's Prolific, 30s. Cash with order, and arrangements may be made with the undersigned for delivery. A. G. POND, St. Elmo Road, Ivanhoe. REYAN BROS., BU'T"TCHEr S, Di.Lmond Greek and Hurstbridg,: ELitham Dining I'ooms (Iate :rr'rriss's Ho-li). A113 OWEN Ei.'II- t, I):f rm ti ih p.ublir that sne Ias re,,: ite the a love ihoue anid is prr.prd r,, t.. or the ,travellinnr Irnblie. Ac ':' : i ., :or ' ii e? -en! er.. -ls and iafteln on tra. OW'+ cow"s-l lik C'reamL, Culkr , &c. Ta udiff mo,rar e / o I y OIL ENGINE PUE.-4 hIp. Runs 8 Hours for 1/" 6 hp. Runs 8 Hours for 1/6 Larger sizes at proportionate figures. SAVES ITS OWN COST IN. A YEAR OR TWO. 3 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 S n...
Hurstbridge Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 September 1923
Hurstbridge Progress Association. There was an attendance of 14 at the monthly meeting of the Hurst bridge progress and fruitgrowers' association on Thursday week, Mr. a Bertrand being in the chair. P CORRESPONDENCE. " From Railways office; stating that c the matter of the station-yard road s is receiving attention. V The P.M.G., stating that the de- p lays in connection with the tele , phone service will receive attention t Police Department, with referenc b to the request for the Hurstbridge 1, station to be connected by tele- n phone.-Being considered. SUBURBAN RADIUS AND v FARES. 1 Cr. B. Y. Hall wrote with refer ence to the above, explaining what s was done at the council meeting in reply to the letter from the Borough of Carrum. The council decided that "it was in agreement with the ob- o ject." He pointed out the vital 0 necessity this was to Hurstbridge 0 and complained of the half-hearted nature of the motion. He suggest ed that the association write to Mr. Everard stressin...
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 September 1923
ELTHAM, (From Our Own Correspondent.) Cricket practice commenced on Saturday.. Owing to the inclement weather the muster was not large, but, nevertheless, satisfactory. The team this, season promises to be a strong combination, and the club is1 catering for at least thirty playing members. The membership last last year was. fairly large, but this season promises a far larger one. Trophies for individual excellence in the playing field have already been donated, and should provide health ly rivalry among the players for the coveted rewards. This evening the Eltham and Glen Park Progress Association will elect their office-bearers for the coming .year. Retiring officers are: Presi dent, Mr. J. Banks ; secretary and treasurer, Mr. J. Barber ; assistant secretary, Mr. D. J. McColl. This year a special effort will be made to induce local residents to take a more active interest in their town and be come members of the Association. The work of the society last year emphasises the advantag...
THE QUEEN CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 September 1923
THE QUEEN CARNIVAL. All hail! The Queen Carnival! Once more more you hold away; Your merry courtiers banish care on this your festive day. Send out your gladdest greetings to all who wear a frown ; And bid your jesters bring them to our jolly little town. Bid care, free joy and gladness transform the sourest face; ,And sorrow, care and sadness each find a hiding plaee. Bid songs of cheer ride along the flower f scented air; - And happy lilting laughter Ai?ud with music everywhere. Surround yourself with a merry throng all 'gaily dressed ; - And spread their revelry all around with royal zest.' Banish from your Queendom all who.would carry a frown; For Carnival ! 0 Greatest Sporting Qiteen I is the Ruler of our Town. Eltham, 21,9.23. : F: SsTHU?B .
Tomato Plants. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 September 1923
Tomato Plants. ALLWOOD 1 9d per dozen L'DOMITABLE 4s per 100 LEICESTERFIELD 6s 6d per tray MIKcADO J 30s per 1000 BURWOOD W. 1 6d per dozen CHALKS E. J7. 3s per 100 EARLIA NA 5s 6d per tray ORANGn PROLIFIC 25s per 1000 These plants are raised from my own carefully selected seed. 'Reduction will be made for customers suipplying own seeds.
CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 September 1923
CONCERT AND DANCE. (From Our Own Correspondent.) On the night of September 21, the committee of the Christmas Hills State school gave a very enjoyable concert and dance. Miss Pearl Wil liams played a pianoforte solo, her selection being Mendelshonn's "Hunting Song." This young lady is an accomplished pianist, and it is al ways a pleasure to hear her play. The children, under the baton of Mr. Rolls, sang a couple of rounds in a faultless manner. Miss - Isabel' Young then gave us " Off to Phil adelphia." This young lady was dressed as a boy, and sang her song in a very vivid style. Little Jean Hookey and Dorothy Matthews, held a very attentative audience's inter est in their highly amusing and ani mated duet called "You shan't play in my Yard." Miss Bridgine Birch delighted everyone with her song, "In an old fashioned Town." Mas ter George-Shaw and Stanton Bishop gave a recitation, Father William," from "Alice in Wonderland." Then came the treat of the evening to music lovers- when Mr...