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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. HURSTBRIDGE LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
RAILAVAY 'rDIE-.TABLS. -;n;o:-- IIuas'rrUvJ DO1 LINtI. Lenren Leaven Arrleon IluntirldlgO.' Nelbourno. Ilurnlbrldge, WNI~iK DAYS. 7.16 ani. 7.2 nm,. 0,40 n.m. 11 60 041) 11.19 6 IllI, 1140 1,10. 17,2 pi). s.: .1 k . 044 SATURDI~IAY. 7,2 nlm, 7,7n4m. '0,16 n.mn I,.U O:m I I p1m.' 1110 11.11 SUNIDAY, Arrlre Il irnlbrl)gn, D1epunrin. di,, u.4o 146
BALANCE-SHEET. Receipts. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
BALANCE.SHEET. Receipts. Cish in Bank,.Ang. 22, 1987 ... £45 0' Cash Sales ... 6 1 10 \Vhittlesea Show Luncheon .., 35 1 0 Christmas Fair .. .., 42 13 7' taillns and Goodes. id since , Juno Shop - 3 19 4. Hero Cards: sold 30' 3d, Busy Beo 'lickets tl Od ;.. 111 0 Donation . .. .. . 1 I 10 I Interest ... ... . 13 0 Petty Clah .... ... ... 2 7 8 £188 11 10 Ekponditure.. Wool Bought .. £59 8 4 Flannel Blought .12 8 0 Donation, Chomforts Fund .. 0 0 Refund for Iomrn Cards and Busy Beo Tickets'.... .... 1 11 9 £78 8 10 Petty Cash hold Treasurer .,, 2 7 8 Cash in Bank,.Aug. 1I, 1918 .., 107 15 4 £188 11 10 Audited nit found' correct,. 0 2 81|11018 P. W. CLAIn?. B. TASSIOKRltIi Hon. Seo., W.W.P. League.
WHITTLESEA WOMEN'S PATRIOTIC LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
WHITTLESEA WOMEN'S PATRIOTIC LEAGUE The Secretary roports: The annual meeting of the above League was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday, August 2r. Mr Cornfoot occupied the chair, The adoption of annual balance sheet and report was moved by Miss M. Lock wood, Secretary, and seconded by Miss iV. Lockwood and carried. Mrs Day, who has resigned the Presidency, ex pressed her gratitude to the Committee for the support she had received during her four years of office, and wished the League every success during the coming year. Miss Smith proposed a liearty vote of thanks to Mrs Day for her past services. The following oflice bearers were elected :-Miss M1. Lock wood, President; Mrs Cumming, sen., Vice President; Mrs Tassicker, sen., Vice-President; Miss Tassicker, Sec retary ; Miss Hughes, assistant Secre tary; Mrs Hughes, Treasurer. During the past year several' efforts have been made to raise funds for the League. The first effort for the year' uas made last-November, when Mrs C...
ARTHUR'S CREEK RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
ARTUIUR 'S CRJEEK 1IRLIFL OLUB, The usual fortnightly war stamps shoots was fired on Saturday last (7 shots at 300 and 6oo yards) on the Arthur's Creek range. The stamps were won.by A.'Brock, and the aggre gate for two shoots at 30o and 6oo yds was won by R, W., Pigdon. The fol lowing are the best scores : 300 6oo h'cp total. A. Li Brock ,J. 30 31 7 68 \., R, Pigdon 3o 29 9 68 . Ilassett ,.. 32 25 8 65 R. Oreepwood 27 a8 10 65 \W. Suthlreland a5 a6 t4 65 J, Lnldlay a.. a8 29 7 64 I1. GraT ,,. 9 ao to 64
PRIZE ESSAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
PRJ.IZE, tSAYS. As pronlisedrin _i preoinus issue, wr niow publish thlle.titing pr z, essays in connection -Witllh heI enttmptt ion tilta gtirulred, ; 'tthe T ,h Lyal Diastistd Jove Tild ?l liod.i ,T'ihe nmes of:-the writers and . winners of tlhe essai; are :-Orade 13 to 16 y'et?rs, Arthuir WValdesn.;. GsOdit 1i t, 13 yearfs, Sul. PaIt;" Griirade 8 to 11 yiuara, Il nee FJrnutnds : 'ISSiY ON TIlE iEUROPEAN WAR. (13 to IG years). (n- the 4tht Aitteit is te llnniversary of itritnai's entry into the war in 1914. C'tome time previous to this a quarrsel arasheltt?ee a ettvian andl an Asttllau prince, which: enlted with the latter behilg shot. letzmanny, who for many lprevius years had been per. paring for war, formedn an lliance with Austlin, as ~the had now found a cmlie fllr. war. War was thien dtelaotle n trarhin. Oermnuy still hlld a hatred of Franle, anlld shet wished tIo strike abOtlher blow at her. To do so she naked telgltium to let her armlaes Ipas tIhougB her territory. ielgium ...
GLENVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
GLENVALE. (FRons' A 00R5ESPotDINT) Again was Olenvalo on Saturday night, the 17th ult., waked to oevolry. A hundred folks joined froml all parts of the district to hid farewell to seven local lads who were on- the evo of their departure abroad to fields of war, viz :-Messrs. Ern Hillier, Roy Mason, Stan and Hedley Johling, Will Hall, Roy Riley and Jack Gibbs. This social evening probably eclipsed, both in merriment and success, any previously held here, and, happily, throughout tihe night not one dis cordant note was struck-from 8 o'clock until midnight "allswent merry as a marriage bell.1 Young folk and old whiled the idle hours away, -the jocular laughter of adults mingling harmoniously with the isino cent chuckles and romping feet of the young, all ,touched with like' excite ment, all alike moved by the same heartfelt feeling. 'lhero is, perhaps, always an intruding :sadness on such occasions of saying farewell; yet, though that sentiment was undouht' edly not absent on Saturday ...
WALLAN EAST. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
WALLAN EAST. (eoM A conntar8ONDaNT.) An venue il ihonour of district !ers who have enlisted for active rice was planted on tle Sydney road Saturday rafernoorn. There was a e attendanooo of relatives end ids of the soldiera. -Fifty-three were plaited, a tree being planted tae name of each local soldier. At ten signaRl itu trees were all planted llso enhlirrso' relatives, No special lonstration won Ihild, as ILt wne tdd to reserve this till when the l6?, which are to be placed in ealrnut Ire end of the avenue, are unveiled, i proposenr to erect two cairns, and ire to contain tahlets with ilth t of iho soldiers inscribed therena, e n tlels are to Ies gpnerouslly tild by the Engineer autlt Secretary tho Ilroadodnadowa Shlire Ounceil, jItt lthe trees land tee.guanrds have '" pronidtd by the Wnllan Mttu's Oh, elh lao oe mde iall iti arrange. to for thi.. venueO. Sonur diesp. linltiel in expreoaed at the faot that Irps plantedt on Saturday werre il il which a lot of people class as ontt1 I...
HAM COURT (SPECIAL) OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. Before Messrs White (Chairman), [?]senan, Bell, and Smithers, J.'sP). Licensing Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
.IlArI OOURT (SPECIAL) OF PETTY SESSIONS. TuESoDA, SiPTE1M~Ic 3.. fore MI',srs Whrite (Olairni?rn),' .enan, ,IBe, andi Smit ie rs, J.'aP.) Licensingi Oases. uipector iM'u Lihlin proceeded snri Joielli Butler, Greensborongh, .*k',ep'r, onil ihre clihaies. (1) i:g liquor dutiitg prolliliiited hours .lA Auguqst. (2) [lving hlar door : sid un 3rd Aunusl. (3) Allow. cerlai persouis on licensedt pr,. I diuriing prohibited hours sz, (1). dismissetn ; (2), fined £5 10I cos's; (3). fi.led 2s 6s. ry Splnlt wna fiuld 10&lt; in connre i i h tie third charge, being on 'rI prntiseý, eIc, :ie v. Louisa Wliitty, publican, ionld Creek, who was up on two ;a of r l.ar door bting open in pro l hours, once oi tllie 2nd and non II.t 3rd August. Oni the first 'redefendalnt was fined £5 and 10i I; secoid dismissed. tIue. v. M.?rg.ret Kiernnn, hotol. ;ir, (Greensboronllgh -Two charges ' door open on 2nd August, and S116e ae of liquor on 3rd. Defend Ilodleld guilly to hoth chnrges dj £5 and 1O?jcosts...
THE MISSION TO THE LEPERS. AN INTERESTING ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
TIHE MISSION TO THE LEPERS. AN INTERESTING ADDRESS. A highly interesting address on the " Mission to the Lepers" was given by Sister Louise, of Melbourne, in the Whittlesea Piesbyterian Church on Thursday afternoon, August 8th, in the presence of a large gathering. The Rev. I). Bruce occupied the chair, Sister Louise said that leprosy was a very ancient disease. There were three kinds of the disease: (t) white leprosy ; (a) assasthetic; (3) tubercu lar. In Australia there are too lepers to-day, only one case being in Vic toria; in India there are 5o0,ooo lepers; Soo,ooo'in China, and 70,000 in Japan. Lepers were outcasts, and in pagan countries their condition was deplorable. So pitiable was their state that the missionaries felt that some thing ought to be done for them. The result was the formation of the Mission to the Lepers. The Mission is inter denominational. It has no missiou aries of its own;,but it works through all the Missionary Societies. It is supported by voluntary co...
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
ELTIIAM, The sad news came through last week that two of our Eltham lads had paid the supremo sacriflce on the battlelields of Franceo., Private Edward (Ted) Bird, soh of Mr Geo. Bird, of this place, was killed on the 11th of August. He-was a native of Eltham, and practically all his life had bhen spent hero. He was a steady, indus trious young man and highly esteemed by all wlo know him, He had been previously wounded. The second case was that of Private John Brown, son of a former lcead Teacher of the local State School. I-IHe was a process engraver and enlisted in Marcl,, 1916. Shortly after he aniled his wife died, and later on Ihis brother George, one of the Southland heroes, was killed near Pozieres. John Brown was severely wounded in the head in action, and for some time oai staff duty in England. He returned to the front. lie was much liked by. all, his charactor in all respects being thoroughly estimable. Killed on 18th August. In one household, that of Mr Geo. Bird, junior...
RETURNED SOLDIERS AT HURSTBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
RETURNED SOL?IERS AT HIURSTIRIIIDGE. Irurstbrelde lihtd al very anlhated appenr once on hlrlay Inst, whenll sometllhing over 100 returned sick nud wounlded soldiers wrre entertained by the locntl Iled Orors ('tn. miltee Added -to this, well over 1000 pleasureseekers and wlattle-gatherers came by train from tile city. A little afler 3 o'clock tile motor cars bearing the soldiers heenn to arrive, nnd when all had lrittlrd at the Ilnll the soldifra were called in nod briefly but coldially welcomel by Air. J. lainhunl (President) on behalf of the Hurst. bridge ied Cross anld reslllentsl, of whliem a hlrlge lnumber turned up to do hocour to tile retuned Inlds who hare fought anod suffere for us, lefreshmelntls, cigarettes, etc , were Iplentifully provided, nnd the soldiers ando thlir drivers nod friends were trade qruite at homne, and seemoed to Ihoroughly enjoy themselves. Duroing the afternoon Corpornl Phillips (one of tlhe returued soldiers) gave anO excellent dispay of his extranirtl...
MEMORIAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
SEMORIAL SERVICE. n Sunday evening last a most esivo memorial service of peculiar pathetic interest was held at St. ks Church, Huratbridgo, occa by no fewer than four recent sements in this district. The E. S. Chase conducted the , assisted by Mlr. Minto, and was i la rge congregation. f.e sympathy of all in the district go out to the bereaved ones, :icula'ly to those who are far away he battle front. An occasion of kind brings vividly before us one t of the sacrifice which both -who hlav gone and those who sft behind are making. Some, at of those who have suffered .iement have loved onies at the t, ndl the anxiety which is ever at with them must be increased made more acute by thoir present , anl tihat grief made harder to by their anxiety. r. Courteny, in Ia recent lecture at ton Hill, told how the thought of at home heartens our troops; the hope is always before them of fg to the old homeo. But when ,ement coaes to' the soldier's b fmily circle, he has ;still, .cer :?, the hope o...
Social Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
Social Notes. DY TfHELiMA. The Church of Englenna -os,,. Society invito all members of the Church of England and others to whom the call to worship, praise, and intercession comes as a message from the Almighty Father, to attends Church on Sunday next, September 8th, which has been termed "Go to, Church Sunday." WVe regret to record the death of Mrs. Greenaway, mother of Mrs. R. C. Harris, iwhich took place at hot residence, Clifton . Hill,, yesterday (Thursday) morning. The deceased laedy was a colonist of 66 years. At a recent meeting of the mana gors of the Whittlesoa Presbyterian Church,. sympathetio. reference was. made regarding Mr;: Thomas Glover senior, who is suffering from ill. health, end the Socetary was in structed to forwvard. him a letter expressing 'the hope' that he would soon be restored to. his. usual robust hgaltlih' Mr. G-lover, over since its: inception, has been. a liberal sap.. Spo,?orof the 'Whittlesea Presbyterian. Church, and for miiny years was an active ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
CLOSE SEASONS, &L., FOR GAME AND FISII, & MINIMUM LEGAL LENGTHS OF FISH. The subjlined tables, havine refereeco to the Close seasons for Game and Flsh, and t1inhnura Lengths of Fish, are published for general information. F. LEWIS, Acting Chief Inspector of Fisheries and Game, lot Floor, Titles Buildings, Queen-street, Melbourne; List of Game and Native Game protected in Victoria under the Second and Third Schedules to the Game Act I'15 t THE WHOLE YEAR. All Australian Fauna (with the excep tion of snakes) in the National Parks and Public Gardens Acanthilae or Tits Anteaters, Porcupine or Echidnas Babblers Blears (see Native Bears) Bee-eaters Bitterns Black Cockatoos Black swans Black-tailed or Rlock-Pebbler Parrots Bower-birds, Satin, Bronze winged and other Wild Pigeons DBustard or Wild Turkey Californian Quail Caterpillar-catchers Chats (see Ephthisnours) Coach.WLhp Birds Cockatoos, Black Cranes-all birds known as Cranes, such ,. as Herons, Egrets, &c. (ex...
REMINDERS FOR SEPTEMBER. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
RENIINDEIRS FOR SEPTEMBER. From "The Juurnal ofthe Departnrcn olf Agriculture of Victorln," August 1918.) . LIVE STOCK. Ilorses.-Feed stabled horses well I give green sltff If available, Continue rugging to encourage the shedding of the coat; good grooming will also be beneficial. Give bay or straw to grass-fed working horses. Feed old and badly-conditioned horses liberally. In foal mares due to foal early, If worked, should be turned out to paddock. Stallions doing stud duty should be-fed liberally. Equivalent amount of cracked Indian corn (maize) may with advantage be substituted for oats, if latter grain Is scarce. Cattle.-Cows should still be rugged, but coverings should be remsored frequently, -in order to enable the anolal to get rid of the old coat ; or, better still, a good curry combing meay be given. Continue hay or straw. Look up treatment for milk fever in " Year Book of Agriculture," 1905, and treat cattle accordingly. Give calves a good warmi, dry shed. Give the milk t...
ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Kinglake Tram Line. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
OIRDINARY MONT?ILY MEETING,. Kinolnke Tram Line. Feoro J. Sahelherg, forwarding cor. repondence showing that up- to the present the solicitors for the Kinglake Timber Co.. had filled to.produce may evidence that they had any t-iht or pioplietatry interest or jurisdictlon in or over thne Kiilgie. Whittlenea tram, and beforothe matter wont any further the Councils had the right to know with whomn they are dealing. No cor. poration under tie title of Kinglake Sawtwmills lis been registered. F, out Hill and Talbob, re the same matter. Fromn Department of Public Works, stating that the Minister had agreed to receivel n deputation froim tho-reshlents of Kinglnke, with riegard to using the tramlinie, on 'ritirsday, 5-Ih Sptolnltnlor, at 11 amt., nd nasking that the Cour oil be represented at thle Interview. Mr J. Johnston, who waq present, was introduced by Or blann,and handed li thie following letter written by his sollcitors (Johnston and Johnston) :. We have hibeen Instruoted by Mhr J. ...
KINGLAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
A social wes held in the Kinginke Hall on WiedaePday. August *28 h, in aid of " Our Boys' Billies." There .was a goodl attendanco, end the pro ceeds amounted to over ,£. The evening's entertainment consisted of dnnoing, songs, and. r.ocitatitns, Mrs Crckfard sang " God Send'You Back to Mo" and ' Coming flome at Even tide." Miss Laswrey sang "Little OGey Holmett in the NWest." Mr Leggo snog "The. Shells, Sea Shells" and another. Mrs Oasidy recited "The Bald-headed Man." The Irish Jig was very nicrly danced by Miss Leggo and 'Miss B Dnudo. Mrs Milsom sup. plied the imusic, and Mr: Sutherland made an ercelleat M1C. During the evening Mr Ooller sold by auction a nm ll' basket of lollies for 3S 9il, a donation by Master Lawson Ingram, whose father was killed i: action some lime ago, The singing of the National Anlthem brought the- eveniig- to a close. After sereriil tries, Ronald Skelton, an English lad, has at last passed for active sorvice. r to is one of' three broters whlo lohave enl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
Si last Till 11 next lo comes? Is. WILL SEND IIM ENOUGH SFOR ANO'rIIh IT WEEK Will- YOU Help ? Nothing deducted for expenses. SB.NDO YtOUIO DONATIONS TO -- Ov=erse Club Southerf Cross Tobaccofund, 120 .Queen Street, M LIIOUI1N. (Authorlsed by the Slate War CounitlI.) -.1 1HI POPRIPETORS Of TTL I"EMPIiE" SIUDIOS. 308 BRIDGE ROAD. RICHMONID, VICIOpla. WRITES IHIS TESTIMONY CLEMENTS TONIC Ltd. 4 "If my letter will be of any use, you are as welcome to it as the air we daily breathe. For some time I have been fudebted to your valuable medicine for the good health I enjoy. It Is three years since my health became very poor, the chief trouble was INSOMNIA. I am not exaggerating when 1I say that at the present time I get more sleel in one night than 1 did before in three months, so you can just understand how worn out I was for the want of rest,and how thankful when CloementsTonic brought lme that sweet relief. I suppose I have reconlmlended it to hundreds of people for their nerves and lns...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 6 September 1918
WEDDING BELLS. ----*---- PHILLIPS-PRIOR. A very quiet wedding was cele- brated on Saturday, the 24th of August, by the Rev. S. Schweiger at St. Catherine's Church of England, Caulfield, between Raymond, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Phillips, of &nbsp; Mooroopna, and Nurse Violet Prior, eldest dauthter of the late Thomas and the late Mrs. Annie Prior. The bride, who was given away by Lieutenant Buchanan, wore a soft, clinging white frock, and wore the conventional wreath and veil. The bride carried an 1830 posey of blue and yellow, the colors of the bride- groom's battalion-the 14th. Miss Millie Prior wore a soft voile dress with picture hat. Mr. Ray Phillips, who enlisted as a stretcher-bearer in September, 1914, was in uniform, and was attended by Sgt. Frank Broven, of the 15th Bat- talion. Amongst the gift received was a silver tea and coffee service, the gift of Major Morley, Mr. Aunger, and the men of the Artificial Limb Factory, Military Hospital, Caulfield.