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Steel's Creek. OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923
Steel's Creek. OBITUARY. (From a Correspondent.) Death has visited this district again, this time taking the wife of Mr: Alfred Hubbard, a wtll known resident of Yarra Glen. The deceas ed lady, who had been in ill health for only a few weeks, took a sudden turn on Tuesday night, 30th, two doctors being called in, but of no avail. She passed away peacefully on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hubbard was the youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mitten, well known residents of Queenstown, and was loved by all who knew her. She leaves behind a husband and three daughters, (Mrs Parker, Gladys and Hilda Hubbard) to -mourn- their loss. Her remains were interred., in the ,Yarra Glen cemetery, -where a large ninmber "of friends and relatives paid their last respects to her, and there were many. -beautiful wreaths and floral tri butes, amongst them being a wreath from the committee of the Yarra Glen A. and H. Society, of which Mr. Hubbard is hon treasurer. Mr Haslam, Church of England minister,...
Methodist Church Services SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1923. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923
Methodist Church Services ,SUNIAY,. NOVE11BICI?. 11, 1923. D)iamniond Creek. 11 a.mn., :lr Sai?t; 7.15 p.m., Mir Hose. Arthur's Creek, 3 p.mn. Mr Collom. Cottle's Bridge, 3 p.m., M1r zaiut. llursibridge, 7 15p un., ,\r Cbllom. Tanck's (Corner. 3 p.m , ?Ir Thoipson. Paniton Hill.7 30 p.m.. clr Saint. Wattle Glen. 7 p.m.. 1Mr Camrphell.
Diamond Creek. SOME EXCITEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923
Diamond Creek. SOME EXCITEMENT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) A sensation was caused in Diamond Creek on. Cup night, when Constable; Rose received an urgent message from Greensborongh asking for assistance. He immediately got to work, and in a very short time had two motor car loads of determined and well-armed men. He could have got half-a dozen loads if the cars had been available. By the time he and his assistants arrived in Greensborough the rioters had disappeared. It ap pears that a number of hoodlums connected with a drag picnic attack ed Mr Silk's bakery and confection ery shop. The news soon spread, and Constable Joe Poulter soon got to gether a number of local people, and that caused the rowdy element to scamper in all directions, everything being quiet when the Creek boys arrived. When the party returned they heard there had been a little distur bance at the hall by some visitors. Exaggerated accounts had reached the Creek about the trouble in Greensborough, and that the ...
Arthur's Creek. RED CROSS CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923
'Arthur's Creek. RED CROSS CONCERT. (From Our Own Correspondent.) The seventh anniversary of the Arthur's Creek and .Strathewen branch of the Red Cross Society was celebrated in the form of a concert, given by the Diamond Creek Musical Society, in aid of the tubercular sol diers' and sailors' association, on Oc tober 27, in the Arthur's Creek hall. IThe weather favored the ,occasion, and ther-e was a good attendance. The Musical Society (under the leadership of Dr. Cordner) deserves great credit for the excellent pro gramme, presented, which was com prised of part songs, solos, vocal and instrumental, and elocutionary num bers. The branch is most grateful to the members of this society for giving their services free of charge, the only expense being that of tran sit. Special thanks are also due to Mr W. H. Everard. M.L.A., who for years has most willingly- presided over this annual function. His ap pearance is always greeted with loud applause, and although he has a lot to tell that...
Christmas Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923
Christmas Hills. (From Our Own Correspondent.) November the 2nd will remain a very joyous memory in the minds of all those who attended the concert and dance given by the local Cricket Club. Through the enterprise of the energetic *secretary (Mr. James R. Davie) the officer of the Pan ton Hill Minstrel Troupe were se cured, and the concert programme was carried out entirely by them. The hall was most tastefully decora ted with evergreens and white flo wers, and paper streamers repre senting the colors (blue and gold) of the Cricket Club, were gracefully festooned all round the walls. These decorations were carried out by Misses J. Davie, T. and J. Young, and B. Rickaby, under the able su pervision of Mrs. Young, who was also responsible for the excellent supper provided. At 8.30 the "fun of the fair" started, when Mr. Ford (Panton Hill), dresed as an old /washerwoman, bounced on to the stage and gave us her (?) experi ences of this rather trying profes sion-in song. What the Panton ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923
- PHONIE 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 Exrhange Assurance. TTWANlT TED - All Classes of Properties in this District F OR ) S A1L X, E Owing to heavy Sales in this District we have seriously depleted our lists. Expert Property and Furniture Salesmen, Insurance Brokers. MONEY TO LEND. --- We Advertise at Our Own Expense. -- ONLY ADDRESS: J. MORTON & CO, Established 187i. 100 Auburn Road, AUBURN. TELEPHONE HAWTHORN 393. REGISTERED AGENTS. Or at " FERNSIDE," FLAT ROCK ROAD, HURSTBRIDGE (at this address week ends only.) Heidelberg Saw, Moulding and Planing Mills Burtiundy Stieet HEidclhe-rr,. aid at ('oriier of PPIP nid Cap,'I S'reets, West aelliournP. Telphloil., 24 Hpidt-lh-rg Ex. General and Buiiders' Ironmronery, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. B. W. SMITH HAVING purchased the above Business from Mr A. D. L 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. M. MORELAND SOFT DRINKS. AFTERNOON TEAS. CIGA RETTES. BURNLEY ALE ALWAYS ON HAND. Brown Br-ad ord Small Gods Speci. i .: v. .Soclls and Picnic Parti,s Caf-red for. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDGE. A E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. PHONE 5 S HI- 'T.JRST I?DIGI3. WINTE PRICE LIST All Wines are Guaranteed Pure. Rich Pot ... ... 3s Gd Penfold s No. 0 Claret :ls 6d Old Tawny Port .. 3s 6d Own Bottling . . 2s 6d Invalid P rt ... ... 4s Sherry Special ... 3s White Port ... ... 3s 6d Sherry No. 1 ... .. 3s Gd Muscadine ... -... 3s 6d V.O. Golden Sherry ... 3s 6d Rock and Chablis .. 3s SPi'ARKLING WINES. Hock ... ... ... 10s All Wine...
Eltham Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 November 1923
Eltham Shire Council, t MONTHLY MEETING The Councillors met at the Shire a Hall on 'Monday. Present: Coun- t cillors A. Campbell, (president), Smedley, Hubbard, Andrew, Bath, Bradbury, Shallard, Hall and Hewitt. CORRESPONDENCE. Country Roads Board, asking if.: c inspection had yet been made of the r outcrop of granite nar-the Central. school at- Kinglake-,.VWest... -. Same,. asking for a list of the de-!f velopniental 'vorks .pri6posd to be s carried out during--the year..-The a board has not inspected the shire, i but a list of gazetted roads has been t sent in. Same, stating that, alterations to 0 Perry's bridge at. QCienstown can only be..carried out as maintenance. C.R.P., asking that request for report regarding damage to Mr. Jenning's property may receive at tention.-Engineer to inspect. Public Works Dept., stating that a conference will be held at Lily- n dale on the 12th inst., in connec tion with the proposed appointment of a joint health inspector.-Presi dent to attend. ° ...
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
ELTHAM, (From Our Own Correspondent.) The "sneak thief" has made his appearance in our vicinity. The local cricket club has lost two bats on two consecutive Saturdays, and like other articles of neuter gender, they ,have no legs, and could not walk away.. This despicable practice will have to cease, the club taking a serious view of the matter, and pro posing to charge the person, if dis covered. The club would like to hear of information which would .lead to the discovery of the articles. If the bats are returne'd voluntarily, no further proceedings will be taken. A strict watch is. to be kept in the future, and if the culprit - is dis covered 'the clib will be doing its share of public service by ridding the community of this univholesome pest. Mr. Herbert Watson was on Sat urday elected captain of the Cricket Club. "Jim," as he is familiarly called, is an enthusiast of the fair sport of cricket, and always plays the game as it is intended to be played. His motto is "fair play is ...
YOUNG MEN'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
YOUNG MEN'S CLUB. The meeting of the Hurstbridge - Young Men's Club was held on Mon day eveining last, and was well at tended, 18 being present. Some in, terestiug quoit events were contested, Frank Milne (from scratch) being the'winner of the first event. Iin ':& teamrs match, captained by Frank and Bob Milne respectively, 100 up; the latter's team, termed the "Boy: Scouts,"' won by 14. Other members?' enjoyed a game of bagatelle, and `.by next meeting the horizontal bar will? probably be ready for gymnastic: members. It is hoped that all jroung men will,_attend the meetings knd assist the. movement.
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. (Before Messers E. W. Smithers, (chairman), C. Wraight, and J. O'Connor, J.P's) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. (Before Messrs E. W. Smit~hers, (chairmani), C. Wraight, and J. O'Connor, J.P's.)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 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. atr All Classes of Property Wanted. - Sel ......... We Advertise at Our Own Expense. ......... Agents Royal Exchange Assurance. All Classes of Properties in this District FOR E SALE Owing to heavy Sales in this District we have seriously depleted our lists. Expert Property and Furniture Salesmen, Insurance Brokers. MONEY TO LEND. --- We Advertise at Our Own Expense. -- ONLY ADDRESS: J. MORTON & CO., Established 1871. 100 Auburn Road, AUBURN. TELEPHONE HAWTHORN 393. REGISTERED AGENTS. Or at "FERNSIDE,"' FLAT ROCK ROAD, HURSTBRI-DGE (at this address week ends only.) * Heidelberg Saw, Moulding and Planing Mills Burtn:u,dv S ,.,E H-i,hlhrt. and ;: Co.r ner of Peel and Ca0pel S' reets, West .lehlou,, ,. r ,Telihone 24 Heidelb-.rg Ex. G-nt-rail ad Lnii',er,' Iro.;m ongery, Glass,...
Methodist Church Services Sunday, November 18, 1923 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
Methodist Churchi Servior s SUNDAY. \ Si·,Vic;6lB!Si 18, 19237 Diamond Creeii 11 ain., -l r Cu!oulu ; 7.15 p.m.. Mr Cn nami'e!!. A~rIhur's (reel., ~1 ;i Ili ('a'inplell. Cattle's IGritfge.3 pp,.p iin, Jr ('olio lt. I1 iiiu r i.rieý,ý IS 15 fl i r ;'SO Pantou uii , 7 30 pm.. UII Col:uin. attc 0:e, 7 n m.. \!t Thompson.
Whittlesea's Annual Show. A PERFECT DAY'S OUTING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
Whittlesea's Annual Show. A PERFECT DAY'S OUTING. The Whittlesea district is so well known as the winner of the district exhibit at the Royal Show tiaft it was not surprising to see a record at tendtifffe at Tfie 64th . Annual Show on Saturday last, especially as the day was a pdrfect one-sun not too hot, and a slight coolness in the atmosphere.' Hundreds of people attend for the purpose of meeting friends, and chatting over what hap pened fifty years ago. The grounds are beautifully situated, and the township itself one of the prettiest in the State, and should become a prosperous business centre when the 1 latent wealth of the district is al lowed to be fully utilised: The scores of people who hdid their pic nic parties under the trees were con stantly hailing friends; the North cote Soldiers' and Citizens' Brass Band added further enjoymenf, with a programme of music that sounded; 1 beautiful in the open pure air of al favoured district; while explamations] came from young and ol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
"' ar' . 'Jhm o suiDrm III hJT OThousands giving entire satisfaction to purchasers beca-e 20 yc..-' r specialising has enabled us to produce a better engine. T;rect re!ini.; , saves-in-between profits and selling costs. The Imperial Sg' er Di. runs at one-fifth cost of petrol engine and one-third cod kercsene engine. Simplicity and stamina saves on repairs and rc;.ceu cnts. N --MAGNETO. CARBURETTOR, SPARK PLUG, L:O IC' LAMP, BATTERY, WIRES OR S~v1'iClF. A size and type for every job. Start instantly from cold. £5. DOWN=-EASY TEIR~ S. Money back if not satisfied. Catalo-:. Testinioni:als and BooLlk.t Free. 63 - 34 .BORKE STREET, MELBOUTRNE. Works: Richmoend. Vie. And at Sydney 'and Adelaids. Builder & Contractor, ELTHAM PLANS & CPYCIFJCATIOIS.SUPPLIED. 'I HE TULI).D. To Stand this Season at Panton Hill THE TROTTING STALLION C-A LI.lY iONT F.EEE,. 3s, ,Terms Half down at first service; balance when mare proves in foal. For further particulars apply to H. SCARCE, Panton...
WHITTLESEA SHOW. PRIZE LIST. DRAUGHT STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
WHITTLESEA SHOW. o PRIZE LIST. pu DRAUGHT STOCK. col Best Entire Draught Horse (open 2. to all comers), any age.-Hehr Bros., let 1 and champion; J.' H. Cornfoot, 2. Yearling Colt or Gelding.-Hehr A Bros., 1; E. F. Johnson, 2. tri Draught Dry Mare.--Hehr Bros., 1 and champion; W. Fox, 2. Ca Three-year-old Filly.-T. Smith, 1. Two-year-old Filly or Gelding. 'Hehr-Bos., 1 and 2. Yearling Filly.-D. 'Murphy, 1; Hehr Bros., 2; E. T. Johnson, 3. Single Lorry Horse, driven in lorry. co -Hehr Bros., 1; J. Brangrove, 2; C. A W. Andrew, 3. Pair Lorry Horses, driven in lorry. h. -W.' G: Hall,' 1. Two Farm Horses, working on' farm three months.-Hehr Bros., 1. L Horse, Dray, and Harness, to have been worked six months.-C. W. An- d' drew, 1; W'. J. Hall, 2. HACKS, HUNTERS, ec. er Hack, 13 'st. -J. Coonerty, 1; 'H. Crozier, 2. N Hack, 11 st.-Morton and Little, N 1; Mrs. R. S. McATllster, 2. 13 Aj Entries. Buggy Horse, driven in buggy.- C: L. McFarlane, 1; H. J. Curtis, 2: 6 Entries. G Spring Cart Ho...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 16, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
THE 0litham mnid IiitittleSea SIirtas AND ltoi d u ront i sffch Wallty udveiate Published Ecer Friidaay Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 16, 1923. Local and General. The prize=list. of the Whittlesea show appears on page 4. The Wattle Glen bazaar-. will be 'held to-morrow. At a land sale in Preston last Sat urday, land in a side business street brought £25 a foot. A meeting of the subscribers of the Montmorency Railway Trust will be held in the Greensborongh hall on Tuesday evening next. The fields in the Whittlesea dis trict are now looking at their best, and owners of' land around Mernda are asking £100 an acre. Mr W. T. Grant, of "Eltham, has been appointed registrar of births and deaths for Eltham and Kangaroo Ground (vice Mrs Cone, resigned). Quirk's Victory Lighting Co. have a notice on page 1 with reference to their 300 candle power lamps, which cost ,lesssthan d .per hour to run.. They? are- very sdit?ble Tforu':ise in' country homes auid halls. The com pany's address is 378 ...
CRICKET. Arthur's Creek v. Kangaroo Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
C:CRICKET,. Arthur's Creek ,v. Kangaroo. GroviLd. Kangaroo Ground, 1st.' Innings;: Day, c. Green,.- b., Herbert, .. 6; ;f. O'Day, c., W. Sutherland, b. Green, 3; Cassell, c. W. Laidlay, b: Herbert, 2; A. Groube, b. ,J. Herbert , 1; McMahon, b. Green, 7-; Johnson, not out, 44; O'Lacey, b. Green,'8; W. Mor-. ris, b. W. Sutherland, 3; R. Wraight, b.. Bacham, 7; Bolton, b. W. Suther land, 2; H. Morris, b. W. Sutherland, 0; sundries, 9; total, 92.- Bowling. H. Green, 3 for 19; J. Herbert, 3 for 21; H. Bacham, 1- for 35; W. Sutherland, 3 for 8. Second Innings.-Day, not out, 2; M. O'Day, c. Bacham, b. Sutherland. 0; Cassell, not out, 0; A. Groube, b. H. Green, 8; Johnson, b. Sutherland, 9; Wraight, b. Sutherland, 0; total, 4 wickets for 19. Bowling.-Sutner land, 3 for 4; Green, 1 for 15. Arthur's Creek, 1st Innings.- W. Laidlay, not out, 52; H. Apted, c. XMcMahon, b. E. Day, 9; H. Bacham, c. Wraight, b. A. Groube, 2; H. Green, c. Groube, b. E. Day, 12; J. Herbert, b. Groube, 2; W. Sutherla...