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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 November 1923

PHONE 4872. RENTS CAREFULLY COLLECTED. MILES BROS., A. E. MILES - W. G. MILES. Land, Estate, Business and General Commission Agents. 2nd Floor, 274. COLLINS ST, MELBOURNE. Auction Sales Conducted Anywhere. All Classes of Property Wanted. ......... We Advertise at Our Own Expense. ......... Agents Royal Exchange Assurance. All Classes of Properties in this District F OR SALE Owing to heavy Sales in this District we have seriously depleted our lists. Expert Property and Furniture Salesmen, Insurance Brokers. MONEY TO LEND. --- CWe Advertise at Our Own Expense. -- ONLY ADDRESS: J. MORTON & 00., Established 1871. 100 Auburn Road, AUBURN. TELEPHONE HAWTHORN 393. REGISTERED AGENTS. Or at " FERNSIDE,:' FLAT ROCICROAD, HURSTBRIDGE (at this address week-ends only.) Heidelberg Saw, Moulding and Planing Mills B ,r'gui yS', S et ,4 H- l. ihtrr, and :i t:,ner of Peel and Cap:1 S reets, West.!eilbourt., Tel-cime. , 24 Heidelberg Ex. Gen- ral :, dI niiders' Iro.,:uongery, Glass, P:,=nt, Pa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 November 1923

;Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGC-E. JHAVING purchased the above Business from- Mr 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. IiM. MORELAND SOFT- DRINKS. AFTERNOON TEAS. CIGARETTES. BURNLEY ALE -ALWAYS ON HAND. Brown Bread and Small Goods n Speciality. Snci..ls and Picnic Parties Catered for. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. H U RSTB RI D E. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. PnorL 5. S Vt-T.I·ST IDi -?G . 5WINE PRICE LIST. All 'Wines are Guaranteed Pure. Rich Port ... ... 3s 6d Penfold's No. 0 Claret 3s 6d Old Tawny Port ... 3s 6d Own Bottling .. 2s Gd Invalid Port ... ... 4s Sherry Special ... 3s White Port ... ... 3s Gd Sherry No. 1 ... ... 3s Gd Muscadine ... ... 3s 6d VO. Golden Sherry ... 3s 6d Hock and Chablis ... 3s SPARKLING WINES. Hock ... ... ... 1Os All ...

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ELTHAM. SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 November 1923

ELTHAM, SCHOOL CONCERT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) On Tuesday, October 25, the school children held their annual concert in the public hall. Miss I. Dudfield had been coaching the scholars for this entertainment for some weeks past and the display given was a tribute to the capabili- ties of that lady. The attendance was large, an entertainment of this kind never failing in popularity. Messrs Birchall and McColl (of the school committee), Mr. Hynes and Miss Walsh rendered valuable as- sistance in carrying out arrange- ments. After the close of the pro- granime Miss Dudfield was the re- cipient of several bouquets present- ed by the scholars. The children are to give the people of Eltham another treat, when the programme will be repeated on November 15, the pro- ceeds being in aid of the hall funds. The takings for the evening amount- ed to over £14, and the nett pro- ceeds will be utilized in futhering school interests. The programme was as follows : "Here we are." chorus ; " Cor...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Yarra Clen. A. AND H. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 November 1923

Yarr'a, Glen. A. AND H. SOCIETY. The ac1nual meeting was held on the 22nd o.f October. The President was in the chair, and there was a good attendance -of members. Ow ing to having two meetings postpon ed it was decided to nominate and elect members for the coming Spring Show and the following were duly elected :-President, Mr. F. B. Lith gow (re-elected) ; patrons, Mrs. M. K. Woolcott (re-elected) ; vice-presi dents, Messrs S. J. Allan, William Bell, R. Newman ; secretary, Mr. E. A. Cary ; treasurer, Mr. A. Hubbard; Committee, Messrs C. R. White, T. Lithgow, John Bell, R. J. Lithgow, W. F. Hall, E. Macintyre, T. Harri son, H. Supple, E. A. Paul, R. Mor ris, W. Hubbard, C. Bath, A. Love, S. Mills, W. Mills, M. Towt, J. Towt, N. Allen, J. W. Lawrey, R. A. Bell, G. Nash, C. Petty, J. Gunn, N. Wml liamson, P. F. Downer ; auditors, Messrs J. W. Lawrey, E. Papsworth. The president thanked the mem bers for the honor in re-electing him preside t and he hoped the Spring Show Would be a succ...

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Strathewen. SOCIAL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 November 1923

Strathewen. SOCIAL CLUB. The euchre party and dance held on October 19, equalled, if not our passed, all previous functions for socialibity and enjoyment. The at tendance was representative of all the surrounding districts as well as Strathewen. Several club enthus iasts, assisted by other residents of the district, unselfishly devoted their spare time to making the necessary preparations for the function, which was very creditable to them. The prizes for the euchre were : Gentle man's prize (a wallet), Mr. T. P. Murphy; lady's prize (silk handbag), Miss Bridget Murphy. Booby prizes were awarded to Mr. J. Burton and Miss V. Murphy. Mr. Smith, in pre senting the prizes, extended to all a hearty welcome and wished them a good time. An excellent supper, provided by the ladies of the district, was then handed round. From then onwards till nearly daylight eager couples tripped the light fantastic to the splendid music of the popular musicans, Mesrs Leo Ryder (piano), and T. P. Murphy (vi...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. HURSTBRIDGE TO KINGLAKE RAILWAY EXTENSON. To the Editor of The Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

Correspondence. HURSTBRIDGE TO KINGLAKE RAILWAY EXTENSON. To the Editor of The Advertiser Sir,-As one deeply interested in the welfare of Kinglake, and alive to the possibilities of such a wonder ful district (capable of giving a good living to two or three hundred more families), I feel gratified at reading that we are to have recom mended an extension of approxi mately eight miles from Hurstbridge, aven under the conditions mentioned. But, Sir, we shall never get to the top in our lifetime, if we do not de rise some plan to guarantee that the 2ost of construction, although very high (will it ever be lower?) can be met. In giving evidence at King lake Hall, I stated that the Crown lands would bring £5 per acre, given railway facilities on the tableland in a central position. I am still of that opinion (where can you get good land at that price, so near Mel bourne?) and furthermore am san g~uine that if the Closer Settlement Board would survey the Crown lands into 50, or up to 80 ac...

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FOOTBALL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

FOOTBALL DINNER. The annual dinner and social given by the friends and supporters of the Diamond Creek Football Club was held in the hall on Saturday evening, there being a large atten dance. Mr. B. Rose occupied the chair, and the following toasts were honored:-The King, by the Chair man; Football Association, by Mr. Dick Wadeson, who drew attention to the splendid feeling existing be tween the clubs, and the way the As sociation carried out .their duties were a credit to them: Councillor Santon responded on behalf of the Association, and said it gave him great pleasure to be with the Creek boys again as they are all sports, and it was always his ambition to keep our football clean, and as chairmar. of the Association he has always en deavoured to do so. He commented on the fine game of football played I between the Creek and Green borough, and he would like next year to see one of the country teams premiers. He had always done his best to put down bad language, and if any player c...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. HURSTBRIDGE V. PANTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

CRICKET. RURSTBRIDGE V. PANTON HILL. Panton Hill-First Innings, 115 Second innings-A. Sublet, c Gild Tng, b Wilson, 5; H. Cracknell, b Wilson, 1; A. Howard, b Wilson, 0; B. Smith, c ar.d b Wilson, 3; L. Howard, c Shanhun, b Sinclair, 0; J. Howard, c Gi'ding, b Sinclair, 0; G. Power, run out, 5; J. Plunkett, b Sinclair, 0; A. Williams, not out, 4; S. Crackknell, b Wilson, 0; D. Robertson, b Sinclair, 1; Total, 29. 3owling-C. Wilson, 5 for 16; D. Sinclair, 4 for 8; G. Gilding, none for 5. Hurstbridge, First Innings- A Leonard, b A. Howard, 2; M. A. Verso, 1.b.w, b Smith, 23; D. Sin .lair, b A. Howard, 0; J. Mills, c and b Cracknell, 0; C. Verso, run out, 3; D. Shanhun, c Williams, b Crackneli, 45; G. Gilding, c and b A. Howard, to resign the office which vou have Wilson, c and b A. Howard, 0; R. 9; A. Verso, b A. Howard, 35; C. Thompson, run out, 0; J. Cox, not out, 1; sundries, 5. Total, 122. Bowling-A. Howard, 5 for 37; Cracknell, 2 for 38; Smith, 1 for 22. Second innings.-A. Verso,...

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TENNIS. Hurstbridge v. Wattle Glen [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

TENNIS, Hurstbridge v. Wattlb Glen The above match was played at Hurstbridge last Saturday and. re sulted in a win for the home team by a majority of 18 games. The Hurst bridge first pairs out-played their opponents, and in the mens', ladies', and mixed doubles scored (the pos sible (24 games) - against Wattle Glen's 3 games. More exciting ten nis was witnessed in sets played by the second pairs of both teams, Wat t!e Glen gaining the slight advantage of 33 games in these., Scores: T. Cooke and C. Harris (H) de feated J. Twyford and A Jones (W. G) 6-1; Misses L. Buck and E. Everitt (H) defeated Mrs Bird and Mrs. T. Mills (W.G) 6-1; E. Cham berlain and P. Zenner (H) lost to R.. Bird and T. Clarke (W.G) 3-6; Miss L. Downey and Mrs. Dunk (H) defeated Misses E. Bliss and W. Moore (W.G.) 6-5; T. Cooke and Miss L. Buck (H) defeated J. Twy ford and Mrs Bird (W.G.) 6-0; C. Harris and Miss E. Everitt (H) defeated A. Jones and Mrs Mills (W. G.) 6-1; E. Chamberlain and Miss L. Downey (H) lost ...

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Councillors Complimented. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

Councillors Complimented. At the Eltham Council meeting on Monday the President (Cr. A. Camp bell) referred to the long service of Crs. Smedley and Bath, both of whom had completed 21 years as councillors. It showed the confidence the East riding had in these two re presentatives. He suggested a me mento in recognition of. their ser vices, but Cr. Smedley said it was not necessary. After compliment ary references were made to the two councillors, it was decided, on the motion of the President, that the council expresses its satisfaction and hearty appreciation of the services rendered to the ratepayers by Crs Smedley and Bath, followed by the singing of "They are jolly good fel lows" and cheers. Both councillors replied, saying that if their'services were appreciated, that was sufficient reward. Cr. Smedley has had 23 years service and contested two elec tions, while Cr. Bath has been in the council 21 years, and has had to fight four elections. The shire en gineer (Mr. C. J. McCorm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

:. ... . The engine that sacs its price in rccod time. Does the hardest " re .e!: wor-. and runs on crude oil at onei-fifth the cost of petrol r.an' -c.thi? d that of kerosene. Irevolutionices fazrm power work. rO . type and rie for every job. ..TROL SESA TiONAL IN ITS SIMXLICITY ENGINE ECONOhESES E'O'.O'ULY. S SU _P I2i. G I? ITS STRENGTH. or --Fzik Plugs, Wires, 'witce, .b:cL,, Magneto, Blow .. aap, BDattcries. Solh direc? from the factory. Two £5 DOWN"- EASY, TELRMS.. -RSN Money back if :Cu cre not aetiticd. _ lEROSENE A. H. McDONALD & CO., -- . I. . 3,2-1I4 ?OUI?l? E -TZ?T, MELBOURNE. I IGINES. Wors: Itichmond, Vic. .nd at S.iJdy 'and Adeli.' Co ckbill's High Grade Manures. l{eduction in Prices of £1 per ton on Al! Manures. B,O)()O) AND) hONE1 MANUUiIW. "Ihe Best ali round .Manure. Hiihllr C'oncentr;ated. A alysis Nitrozen 5.5 per cent. 'Pho!phori:t .'cid 1-4 per cent. BLOOD B3?81. \`.I) ' :i ,iPE .\ VI,' . I:,1 I lln I Ilanutllllle. An:ali t Ni r_.en 2 75 n.r cent. f1ho...

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THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 9, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

TRE wlthaun and .WhittleSea $hires dvuetitscr AND ,. instaotnd Orch; '0auty gdvocate Published Every Friday A flerumon HURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 9, 1923. Local and General. -0---- Eltham council report is on page 4. The Whittlesea show will be held to-morrow. Mr Albert A. Haynes will hold his fortnightly Greensborough market on Monday. A cricket club dance will be held at Kangaroo Gro~nd on Noveniber 30. The Montmorency Railway Station Trust balance-sheet is published in another column. A gymkhana 'will be held on the Bunker Hill estate, Donnybrook, on November 24.' Tenders close on Wednesday next for seven contracts for the Whittle sea shire council, which . heets at 11 a.m. A bazaar will be held in the Wat tle Glen school on the afternoon and evening of Saturday, November 17, in aid of the piano fund. At the Eltham council meeting on Monday, councillors expressed admir ation for the action of the loyal police, and voted ,£2/2/- to the "Argus" fund, which was inaugurated for them. We u...

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Wattle Glen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

Wattle Glen. On Saturday, November 3rd, the Ivanhoe Methodist Church choir gave a very pleasant entertainment in Wattle Glen School-room, before a large and appreciative audience. The proceeds were in aid of the local M.C. Anniversary funds. '"ha mem bers and others connected with that churchanticipated something uni que and were not disappointed, for their expectations were more than realized.. The choir of about 30 voices, who sang in unison, gave evi dence of extremely careful training and renqered !many choruses and solos in an excellent manner. Their success was undoubtedly due to their conductor (Mr. Grainger), and Miss Croker, L.A.B. at the piano, and the audience showed their appreciation by repeated de mands for encores. The recitation "They didn't" and encores by Miss Geddes were exceptionally good, and very laughable. The elocution was perfect. At the close of the evening Mr. Brett gave a very hearty vote of thanks to all who came so far to give such an enjoyable musi cal...

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Hurstbridge Park. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

Hurstbridge Park. There was an attendance of 45 (in cluding 20 ladies) at the.Hurstbridge hall last evening to consider means of raising funds for t) e memorial park. Mr Verso presided. It was decided to have a two days' bazaar and queen carnival in May, the Girls' Club undertaking to run the queen carnival, and the ladies held a meet ing after the general business last evening to form plans for the bazaar. *The park committee and Girls' Club each promised to advance £5 towards working expenses. It was also de cided to accept the kind offer of the Diamond Creek Musical.Society for a concert in January, and' to hold a registered sports? meeting on Eight Hours' Day.. The Shire,-President (Cr. A. Cample; of Kinglake) was at the. meeting, and showed practi cal sympathy with the undertaking -by offering donations to various stall holders: The Girls' Club supplied tea,' sandwiches, cake and scones; for which the chairman expressed the grateful thanks: of those present, and the singing of ...

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Panton Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

(From Our Own Correspondient.) The annual ,ball of the -Pantoni( Hill branch of R.S.S.L.L., was held' on;Monday evening. The committee. had spared no. trouble to ensure a pleasant and successful entertain ment, and the result justified their efforts. Various novelties were in troduced and proved very interesting.' Prizes were won by the following:-' Best dressed lady, Mrs G. Smith: (Eastern Lady);. best dressed gentle man, Mr B. Y. Hall (Spanish Cav alier); best home made costume, Miss J. Pettersen (Night); most comical, characters, Miss O'Day and Mr R. Milne (Pictures no artist conld-paint.) Excellent music was provided by Miss Goodwin (piano), Mr Healy (violin), Mr Power (cornet), Mr Groube (trombone). MrJ. Cox as M.C. was efficient and courteous.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

M RS. M. A.' HARRIS, of Smith's Gully, desires to intimate that ow ing to failing health she is no longer pre pared to undertake nursing cases. S TRAYED from Penton Hill. - Bay Mare, branded on rump, long tail. Tel. 592 Northcote. W. 8. ANDERSON, 27 Grange road, Alphington. T OST.-Bay Gelding, 15 hands, scalded L collar mark, shod, long heels, reward. -G. BIRCHALL, Eltham. TO LET, at Panton Hill.-Seven acres Orchard, part in tull bearing. Early peaches and Jonathan apples.-W. S. Ax DERSON, 27 Grange road, Alphington. Tel. 592, Northcote. F- OR Sale.-Tomato and Cabbage Plants, Bees in Frame Hives, Sheep, also Ewes with Lamb. -W. G. GRAY, "All wood," Hurstbridge. j OR SALE, cheap.-Strong Jinker, in F good order, g shafts.-Apply MRs. TRrP, "Daudaloo," Panton Hill. House and Land for Sale, H URSTBRIDGE, Mairi Road, close Station - SPACIOUS W.B. VILLA, j Acre Allotment, £400; £50 Cash, Balance Rent. BERNARD MICHAEL, 45 Queen Street, Melbourne. Queen of the Hall, Eltham, Will on SATURDAY,...

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ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

ELTHAM. (Fromdi Our Own Correspondent:) The Jovial Entrtaindrs- 'ipreseited their concert programnie at tihe Pub lie 'Hail on Saturday evening. The proceeds, were in aid of the .Cricket Club. The attendance was not very large. A hapyy : note was struck, however, by the support rendered, by one club in particular. The programme 'presented was first rate, and the audience an apireciat ive one. The following were the ar tists : Messrs Ern Gibbons, .Gint' Con nell. (comedian) and Alf Woods (baritone), Misses May Martin (Miss Pops Fearne) and Bonnie Brennan; the 'dainty little dancer, who was a Ipopular favorite: One: item espec ially -earning applause was " Sym pathy," rendered by Messrs Alf Woods, Ern Gibbons and IMiss -May Martin. Gint Connell, as .a patter oligist, was exceptionally good. All the artists were encored. Miss Vinnard, who was the accompaniste, was deserving of special comment, as her performance was creditable. Of course "Yes we have no bananas" was included in the prog...

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Pessimism and Optimism. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

Pessimism and Optimism. (By Mernda.) My thoughts are centred on Faith, and I cannot remember in my exten sive reading of a pessimist to whom I would give a second thought. In the Great War, when the tide seem ed to be against the Allies, I heard doleful persons advising a settle ment with Germany, but wiser coun sel prevailed, and the war was won not by the pessimists (although they may have helped)--but the optimists. Two of the greatest blessings that have been given to us are faith and optimism. I have had a good deal to do with contract work in my time, and the different work done by the pessimist ic man and the optimistic man was very marked. At all times give me the optimist ; I have no time for croakers, who retard rather than en hance the progress of the world. As one of the oldest shire councillors in the State I am often amused at the doleful view taken of council life, but I am optimistic enough to feel and know that means must be found to meet the position, and I have fa...

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RED CROSS WORKER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

RED CROSS WORKER. Mrs. Mann, who has been a resi dent of Arthur's Creek district for many years, .and took a keen in terest in the Red Cross work, is now in her 83rd year, and in a very low state at Northcote. The following is a copy of the letter sent to Mrs. Mann by the general secretary (Mr. P. N. Robertson), of the Australian Red Cross Society, Melbourne: Dear Mrs. Mann,-We were so sorry to hear from Mrs. Pitt that you had been compelled through illness to resign the office which you have held so long and so honourably as President of the Arthur's Creek and Strathewan Branch of the Red Cross Society, and I am writing to convey to you the sincere sympathy of the society, and our best wishes for a speedy improvement in health. It must be a great comfort to you when laid aside, to look back upon the valuable work. you acccomplished as head of your branch, and also per sonally, for the sick and woundeh soldiers. It was so unselfish and pa triotic at your advanced age to ac cept the ...

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JUSTICES' JUSTICE. To the Editor of The Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923

JUSTICES' JUSTICE. To the Editor of The Advertiser Sir,-There was a queer case in the Eltham Court last week, when a Diamond Creek resident was ordered to forfeit 5/ for carting wood on a Sunday. It was stated that the charge was laid under an Act of Charles II, who decreed that a man should not follow his daily occupa tion on the Sabbath. In the name of common sence why should he be stopped any more than a railway of ficial, a fruit carter, a restaurant keeper, a pressman, a policeman, a parson, a vegetable grower, or any one else. Why should the poor woodcarter be singled out (a Seventh Day Adventist, too, who ob serves Saturday as the day of rest)? If the constable who laid the charge failed to discriminate as to what was right and wrong, surely the Justices on the bench should have had suffi cient knowledge of the world to know that the man was doing no wrong, and should have dismissed the case, instead of upholding an ob solete law. We meet cases some times where everything is ...

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