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Church of England [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

C1hi ;. of :"nngIanri. 22iid tr'l;ni ait rIiiuirit-' )etohrtr28. FHurstbri IZ2 II u1. iii Pauton Hill. 7 30 ,.in Queenistownr 3 30 p1m S(ollect ion for IHAopitad Sunday fund. N Fv. E. Selwyn 'hbase.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. Kinglake v. Hurstbridge. Kinglake—First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

CRICKE'T. I(inglake v. Hurstbridge. Kinglake-First Innings. J. Murphy, e Gilding, b Wilson ... 9 J. Mclahon, b Verso ... .. 3 F. Laver, b Wilson ... ... 8 Thornicroft, b Wilson ,... . 1 D. Papworth, c and b Verso ... 24 R. Tait, a Gilding, b Wilson ... 0 F. Thomson, b Verso ... ... 0 C. Plunkett, b Verso ... ... 0 P. King, b Wilson ... .... 0 L. Lawrey, not out, .. ... 5 A. Canipbell, run out ... ... 8 Sundries ... ... ... 2 60 Bowling--C. Wilson, 5 for 41; A. Verso, 4 for 17. Second Innings. Papworth, b C. Wilson ... ... 8 Lawrey, c C. Verso, b A. Verso ... 4 Laver, c Shanhun, b Wilson ... 0 MeMahon, b Wilson ... ... 16 Thornicroft, b Wilson ... ... 1 Tait, c C. Verso, b A. Verso ... 1 Murphy, c Thomson, b Verso ... 5 Plunkett, b Wilson ... ... 0 Thomson, not out ... ... 0 King. b Wilson ... ... 0 35 Bowling-Wilson, 5 for 23; Verso, 3 for 12. Hurstbridge-First Innings. A. A. Verso, b Laver ... ... 3 A. Leonard, b Murphy ... ... 6 G. Gil3ing, c Laver; b Lawrey ... 15 R. Thomson, c. ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BRIDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

BRIDGES. The Diamond Creek bridge, on the main Melbourne road, promises to be a costly structure to repair, and it is quite possible that a new bridge will be recommended by the Board. In the latter event a temporary struct ure will give service until it is com pleted. The Greensborough road bridge is at present taking all the traffic, but when Kaylock's bridge is opened it will provide a much shorter route to the main road. The old bridge has, I beli°e e, been giving its best for over fifty years, which is a tribute to the good workmanship of those who erected it. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison are at pre sent enjoying a short honeymoon in Eltham. Mrs. Morrison was former ly Miss Beatrice Irvine, eldest daugh ter of the Lieutenant-Governor, Sir. William Irvine, who has his home in the district. A team representing the Mel bourne "Age " and "Argus " *neivs papers will try conclusions with the local cricket eleven tomorrow. This fixture is an annual one, and up to the present the local boys h...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELTHAM. NOVELTY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

ELTHAM, NOVELTY NIGHT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) " On with the dance let joy be unconfined, No sleep till morn when youth and pleasure meet To chase the glowing hours with flying feet." Byron evidently penned those lines in anticipation of a grand. novelty night. Such was held on Friday evening. Crowds, joviality and good music admirably sums up the entertainment, and the good humored people were appreciative of the arrangements made for their benefit. The music was good and was supplied by Luckman's band. Mr. A. Gollings, as M.C., officiated in his usual capable manner. The de coration of the hall left nothing to be desired, the display of greenery and bunting giving an admirable ef fect. The visitors from other centres and suburbs were migrants from Preston, Bundoora, Mont Park, Greensborough, Diamond Creek, Montmorency, Heidelberg, Colling wood, Templestowe, Warrandyte and Hurstbridge, and the committee would like to specially thank them for their kind patronage. The dresses,...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Whittlesea. OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

Whittlesea. o BITUARY. Time, the great Reaper,has r moved yet apother of the early pioneers of Whittlesea and district in the person of the late Mr Thos. Glover, who pass ed peacefully away at his residence, Summer Hill, Whittlesea, on Satur day, 20th inat., at the ripe age of 84 years. Mr Glover was born at New tonards, near Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland. and as a young man of 21 years arrived in Victoria and came to Whittlesea a day or two after he land ed, er gaging in farm work continuous ly, with the exception of two years spent without success in mining at Woods' Point. As a result of patient industry and frugality Mr Glover purchased his farm from the Wills' estate; in his young manhood he took an interest in all that was going on, being a foundation member and N.G. of the Oddfellows' Lodge; a manager of the Presbyterian Church Committee and also became a Life-Governor of the local Agricultural Society. The deceased was married twice, there be ing a family of 2 sons and 3 d...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

Eltham Police Court1 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23. (Before Messrs Smithers (chair B. Rose v. S. Jonas, for use and hire of beast. Complainant stated that some time ago Jonas asked him for the use of his dog, which is a pure bred Australian terrier. It was loaned on condition that com plainant had the pick of the pups or 10/6, and if anything happened to the dog defendant was to pay. £3 3/. Some time after defendant gave com plainant a pup, which complainant re marked was very black. Defendant stated that it would change color, and after keeping it for some time found that it was a half-bred mon grel dashound. Complainant called on defendant, and asked him for a proper pup or 10/6 for the services of the dog. Defendant said " All right." As he did not pay a summons was issued. As the pedigrees of the dogs was being questioned, the chairamn said it had nothing to do with it and disallowed the ques tion. Cross-examined by Mr. Williams: Did not see the pup after it was whelped, not at any time. ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Young Men's Club. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

Young Men's Club.. On Monday evening a further meeting for the formation of a Young Men's club in Hurstbridge was held in the school hall and was very successful. The object in form ing this club was explained that the young men could have a meeting place, indulge in various games and enter into debates which is of valu able assistance in the education of men. It is also the iritention of the club to obtain material for gymnas tics. Election of officers :-President, Rev. E. S. Chase ; vice-president, Mr. F. Grundy; hon. secretary and treas urer, Mr. P. J. Zenner ; committee, Messrs G. Cummins, A. Armstead, J. Mills, A. Currie, O. Sly and office bearers with power to add The following resolutions were agreed to :-That the general meet ing and election of officers be held on January 15th, 1924 ; That the night of meeting be Mondays for the pre sent ; That 5 of the committee form a quorum ; That the subscription be 1/ per member per quarter ending January 15th, 1924, and Gd each meetin...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

School Committee, At a parents' meeting held at the Hurstbridge school on Friday, 19th inst., the following were elected as a school committee: Messrs Grey (chairman), J. Cox . (secretary), Everitt, Mummery, McMillan, J. Bourke and Davis. The first meet ing of the new committee was held on Tuesday, 23rd, and a fine spirit of co-operation was shown, which augurs well for the future. The erection of a shelter shed, which has been so long delayed, will be put in hand at the earliest possible moment.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

Diamond Creek. On Saturday, 7th inst., the Dia mond Valley Masonic Lodge enter tained the children of the Suther land Home on the reserve. They in dulged in various games and all re ceived toys, lollies and fruit, and after partaking of tea were convey ed home by motor after having had a good time. The ladies, as usual, provided enough for twice the num ber. The committee is to be com mended for their actions, and it is to be hoped that other local bodies will entertain these children, as they will be well repaid by the pleasing man ner of them. The matron and staff deserves great praise for the behav iour and condition of the children. The following names were omitted from the report of the-Masonic ball in our last issue : Mrs. G. Anderson, of Fairfield, dressed in orange satin trimmed with gold, grey shoes and:. stockings ; Mrs. F. Henricks, of Northcote,' powder blue georgette over blue silk, trimmed with steel beads, black shoes and stockings ;i Mrs.., Chambers, Diamond Creek,::...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Trip to Yallourn. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

Trip to Yallourn. On Friday last about 700 council lors and their wives visited the State Electricity Commissioner's under taking at Yallourn, and on their re turn expressed surprise at the size and importance of the works. Many of the councillors who attended were delegates to the Municipal Con ference in Melbourne. The outing was considered an educational as well as an enjoyable one. The inexhaustible supply of brown coal is one of the features of Yal lourn, and it is estimated that in an area of one square mile there is more coal than can be extracted in 150 years. The power house has exceptional advantages in working brown coal deposits by open cut methods, and the consumption of water will be about five millions gal lons per ilour--reater than Mel bourne's daily consumption. The more expensive methods of under ground minining are not required. In the several areas where open cuts can be made there is one about 30 square miles in extent, where the overburden is less than 100 fee...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PERIL OF X-RAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

THE PERIL OF X-R??YS. In view of .the many recent deaths of radiographers, it is suggested that there should be a searching investi-. gation into the whole question of the effect of X-rays on healthy blood and tissues, and the best means of protection for the operators (observes the "Children's Newvsnaper.) ' While the patient is exposed for only a short time, the operator working on a succession of patients is under the influence of the rays for many hours at a stretch, and it is the operators who suffer. The fact is that in the X-rays man has tapped a power that he does not thoroughly understand and that he cannot properly control. At the pre sent time, indeed, t .great crisis has 'arisen in the science of radiography. X-rays and radium set up three dif ferent kinds of waves which are oeown to science by the names of the :-t three letters cf the Greek alpha Let-alpha, beta, and gamma. The alpha and beta rays have a. long wave-length and are spo'en of as s;ft, ;which means that the...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

ACCiDENT. Two young men had a very fortu nate escape from death last Saturday afternoon. They were travelling to -wards Panton Hill on a motor cycle and side car, and when ascending the hill by the shire ball the rider had to swerve to dodge a wood cart, and failed to notice a motor truck stand ing near the bhall. He just grazed it and lost control of the machine, which swerved and somersaulted sev eral times, badly smashing the side car. Both escaped wite a severe shaking and lacerations to hands and face. It is estimated that they were travelling well over 50 miles an hour. Mr \Berriman, the victim of the Glenferrie tragedy, was well known in the Whittlesea shire, and several residents attended' the funeral on Tuesday, including Cr. L. W. Clarke and the member for the district (Mr Everard).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. H. W. SMITH -TAVING purchased the above Business from . D. A. D. Nicholson, wishes the Residents of the District to know that he has - FULL STOCKS OF - Groceries, Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, Clothing, etc. Large Range of Samples to choose from. A Trial Solictted. Hurstbridge Bakery. MI. IMORELAND OFT ]DRINKS. AFTERNOON TEAS. CIGARETTES. BURNLEY ALE ALWAYS ON IhAND. Browon Dr, ad ndc Smiin l Go ,! , Si,,,ir.li Y. Snci..ls a,d Pie:: P.,rti,-s Cat-R,-l for. "Wattle Cafe," RICHT OPPOSITE STATION. H U RSTB RI D G E. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DT , , ?oOUSE PIIosNE 5 S -E ' 3 ERIDGcor3. WINE PRICE LIST - All Wines are Guaranteed Pure. Rich Po,:t ... ... 3s Gd Penfold's No. 0 Claret 3s 6d Old l'aw ny Pot ... s 6d Own Bottling .. 2s Gd Invalid Port ... ... 4s Sherry Special ... 3s White Port ... ... 3s G6d Sherry No. 1 .. . 3s G6d lMuscadine ... ... Gs 6d V.O. Golden Sherry ... 3s Gd Hock n':d Chablis ... 3s SPARK"LING W...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

SHEARING (with Blades)-For particu lars apply to-- E. HowARD &?SON, Panton Hill.? "?iOR SALE.-A limited number oif Pure L bred K.I.R. and Black Orpington first year Hens in full lay, at reasonable prices.--Mrs A. \V. BIGGS, Panton Hill. ? ANTED).--Horse, cob or nuggety ' _ Pony, for harness or plough, aged : also Light Buggy or Phaeton.-RocERS, Queenstown Road, Cottle's Bridge. Christmas Hills. Fi~IDAY, 2nd 0YOVEMBER, ClONCERT ANI) DANCE. Concert given by the P'an t,, Hill Minstrel Troupe. In aid of Christmas Hills Cricket Club. ARTHUR'S CREEK Methodist Church. JUBILEE ANNIVERSARY. G RAND TEA MEEI'ING AND CON CERT will be held in the Mechanics' Institute on SATURI)AY, 3RD NOVEM BER, 1923. Tea on Tables at 6 p.m. sharp. Special Sunday Services conducted by Rev. Holden. YES! We have no Bananas, but, we wil have the Brightest, Best and Most Up to-date Ball of the Season. N MONDAY NIGHT, 50T NOVEM BER (Cur EVE), the PANTON HILL AND DISTRICT BRANCH R.S.S.I.L.A. will hold their Gr...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

{^^';'J;^ :·3 ^; !ii i^ * OIL EMINE - FUEL-4 h.p. Runs 8 Hours for 1/ 6 h.p. Runs 8 Hours for 1/6 Larger sizes at proportionate figures. SAVES ITS OWN COST IN A YEAR OR TWO. 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 no difficulty with this one, after reading theo instruction book. It is so simple." The Imperial Super Diesel Oil Engine dispenses with electrical ignition and pre-heating devices, and ELIMINATES 95 PER CENT. OF ORDINARY E ENGINE TROUBLES. Users, therefore, Shave only 5 per cent. of the usual pkeep and depreciation charges. 25 DOWN. i Balance on easy terms. Sold direct from the factory. Booklet free. A. H. McDONALD & CO., 62.4 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE Works- Richmond, Vic, Aid at Sydney and Adelaide. V. '. Bt3ARNaES, (Late A.I.F.) Painter & Decorator, HURSTBRIDGE. Best of Materials Used. Estimatgs.Submnitged Free,. ':. .e _t_'. Builder &...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hurstbridge Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

Huristridge Progress Association,. The monthly meeting of the above was held on Thursday, October 19, when the attendance was 25, Mr. C. J. Verso (president) being in the chair. The Police Department wrote stat ing that arrangements were being made to have the Hurstbridge police station connected by telephone. The Telephone Bureau, Melbourne, wrote asking for specific instances of delays on the trunk line, and ask ing whether there are any circum. stances existing which require re medial measures.-Mr. Ambler said there were complaints about waiting In regard. to the " common," while Mr. Zenner stated that the last two occasions that he required the phone it had been satisfactory .-Two members were appointed to inter view the postmistress about the mat ter. WATER TROUGH. Mr. Gilding,wanted to know if the council had replied to the letter about having the water trough filled. -The President said the council had referred the matter to the-Railway Commissioners.-Mr. Zenner said the plum...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, OCTOBER 26, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 October 1923

THE El?thin and thittlesea Dhirce dv?urti r AND Published Every Friday A fternibon HURSTBRIDGE, OCTOBER 26, 1923. Local and General. Reports of the H-urstbridge and Christmas Hills progress associations appear on page 4. Tenders are called for grubbing 1800 fruit trees on the property of Mr R. M. Chirnside, Whittlesea. Netley House, Eltham, is again taking maternity and surgical cases. The Christmas Hills cricket club will hold a concert on Friday, No vember 2, the programme to be giv en by the Panton Hill Minstrel Troupe, The Jubilee anniversary of the Arthur's Creek Methodist Church will be celebrated on Saturday, No vember 3, in the Mechanics' Institute, by a tea meeting and concert. A special Sunday service will be con ducted by the Rev. Holden. The Hurstbridge Memorial park committee, at a' meeting held last evening, decided to have a bazaar and queen carnival and sports. A public meeting to make arrange ments,will" be held in the hall on Thursday, November 8, at 8 p.m., at whi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tomato Plants. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 November 1923

iTomnato Plants. ALLwoon 9d per dozen INDOMITAnLE 4e per 100 LEICUSTXRFIXLD 68 6d per tray MiADO 30s per 1000 BURWOOD W. 6d per dozen CnALKS E. J. 3s per 100 EAZRLa?NA 5. 6d per tray OwaNao PROLIFIC 25s per 1000 These' p]anti are: raised from my own carefullyJaelected seed.. Reduction will be made for customers supplying own seeds. W. G. GRAY, "Allwood" Nurseries, Hurstbridge.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TIMBER TRAFFIC. To the Editor of The Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 November 1923

TIMBER TRAFFIC. To the Editor of The Advertiser Sir,-In your last issue "one of those affected" complains about the restrictions- placed on the timber traffic, and rightly says "there are two sides to every question." He puts his side in a full column of print, which to put it briefly, means that the sawmillers should have the right, at all times of the year, to plough up the roads and prevent other people from using them. It must be borne in mind that the tim ber waggon, with its five and six horses, can use the roads when smaller vehicles cannot. The small man wants to get a certain amount of his produce out in the winter, otherwise it is lost to him. Not so with the timber ; it can be stacked and carted in the summer. There is also another reason why the small holder of land should be considered. He or his successor is there for all time, continually paying rates, and settling the country. I grant you that the timber industry is an im portant one, and is essential in get ting cer...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 November 1923

SSPARK PLUG XdiRa SWITCftES -~~ CAR~BUrETTO1 ~~ J: NANET IL; f 311 -41" Wt' the' climnlfftifl of thcsa intri ate nc4 ^~ain'- a, c an V.' a vc~v ir. b iJr .' r' ,:U 9 0`LM n1r t Un' : . t oie. Sadia . yy ~-ij^ -.- -. - -:---.- i.,.- 1 ... ·Za i it{-s ý cr frr 6 -3iBO 'Rt, STTE-r wak:Rcmn,.ic 'Aac yx, jý iT1 Yy_ , .ý ·rr: rCR _Yrý;Et;t,~ THE. STUD. To Stand this Season at Panton Hill THE TROTTING STALLION CALMVION T FEE, £3 3s. Terms : Half down at first service; balance when mare proves in foal. For further particulars apply to H. SCARCE, Panton Hill. V. E. BARNES, (Late A.LF.) Painter' & Decorator, HURSTBRIDGE. ` Best of Materials Used. Estimates Submitted Free J3. Gillett Builder & Contractor, ELTHA?M PLANS &' PPFCIFJCA1IOiS SUPPLIED. Ray Rogers, Builder and Contractor, PANTON HILL. Building and all Classes of General Wood Work carried out, All Work Guaranteed. PRICES RIGHT. ESTIMATES GIVEN Also AGENT for the Queensland Insurance Coy. Cookbill's High Grade M...

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