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YOUNG MEN'S BEHAVIOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
YOUNG MEN'S BEHAVIOU.w R. S. Falloon (Railways officer) v. Clarence Gordon, charging him with offensive behaviour while travelling in the train between Greensborough and Eltham on September 7. Mr. Destrie appeared for defendant. A special checker, inquiry officer. and guard gave evidence, from which =it appeared that defendant committed a certain act, and Cas bolt (checker) said defendant was slightly under the influence of liauor. Counsel for defendant said there was nothing wilful or objec tionable, but inevitable. The off ence was admitted, but under ex ceptionable circumstances. The Bench decided to convict, but did not fix the fine until another case was heard. The defendant was charged with behaving in such a manner in the railway compartment on the same date in the 6.30 p.m. train from town as to interfere with the corn fort of passengers. From the evid ence of railway officials he and the other young fellows were pulling each other about, and at Rosanna a lady pasenger got o...
Eltham v. Greensborough. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
Eltham v. Greensborough. On Saturday Eltham met Greens-' borough in the first round of matches. of the Eltham District Cricket Asso ciation. The outstanding perform ance of the day was the capture- of four wickets for seven runs by Fitz simons, the Eltham bowler. The scores were: Greensborough, 1st In nings.-R. Franklin, b. -Allen, 9; G. Purcell, c. and b. Allen, 0;:-F. John ston, c. E. McColl, b. C. Morris, 8; T. Baxter, c. C. Morris, b. Fitzsimons, 9; C. Jessop, b. C. Morris, 0; 0. Oak ley, c. J. Hill, b. Fitzsimons, 18; W: Stock, b. Allen, 3; A. Purcell, b. Al lein, 5; W. Mitchell, b. Fitzsimons, 2; W. Poulter, not out, 0; J. Poulter, b. Fitzsimons, 0; sundries, 2; total, 56. Bowling.-C." Morris, 2 for 15; W. Al len, 4 for 32; L. Fitzsimons, 4 for 7. Eltham, 1st Innings.-G. Birchall, 'b. Franklin, 31; L. Fitzsimons, b. A: Purcell, 15; G. Morris, b. A,. Purcell, 8; J. Watson, c. Mitchell, b. Oakley, 13; C. Nicholls, b. A. :Purcell, 13; W. ,Allen, b. Johnston, 5; E. McColl, lbw?, b...
Whittlesea Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
Whittlesea Shire Council, MONTHLY MEETING. The councillors met at Mernda on Wednesday. Present : Crs.B. Mc Cormack, Thomas, Reid, Hurrey, Murphy, Browne and Brownhill. CORRESPONDENCE. From Cr. Butler, apologising for his absence, and stating that he will have the papers in connection wth the Eden. Park deviato4 for next meeting. Department of Public Works with reference to the erosion of the road on the west side of Scrubby Creek village, and stating that the Minist- t er has granted £80 for the work of preventing this.-The engineer is to prepare plans and specifications to submit to the department. 1 J. H. Lister, M.H.R., stating that he will make a formal request for a t new telephone line from Melbourne to S. Morang ; also that he will bring the matter of the unsatisfac- 1 tory mail service to Mernda under the notice of the P.M.G. Same stating that the acting de puty P.M.G. had written .to the ef fect that the erection of the tele phone line has been extended as far as S. Morang,...
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
Rifle Shooting. The first stage of the captain's tro-i phy was 'fired' at 500 yards onr the Cottle's Bridge range bn November 3, the highest scores being : i. Brock 68, W. Tucker 62, W. Limmer 60, T. Pill 56, C. Limmer 53, E. Garsed 52. - A teams match was.fired on Cup Day-Post and Telegraph Rifle Club v. Diamond Creek Rifle Club, and was won by the former. Scores : Diamond Creek (10 shots 'at 500 and 600 yards).-W. Tucker, 48 and 38; G. Hildebrand, 45; Austin, 42 and 44; J. Miller, 43 and. 40; L. 'Brock, 43 .and 41; W. Limmer, 42 and 41; T. Pill, 42 and 37; R. fHirt, 25 and 42. Post and Telegraph. I W. Harris, 48 and 45; W. Salkeld, 44 and 40; J. Brack, 48' and 37 i E. Sprague, 44 and 41;-S. Realbrith, 42 and 32; D. Hollis, 46 and 29; M. Henry, 44 and 41 ; Gould, 45 and 44; Graft, 48 and 48; Pope, 49.and 32. The visiting captain thanked the local club, and especially 'the-ladies who assisted with refreshments, for the enjoyable afternoon, and-present ed a sovereign to" the highest ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. H. W. SMITH H AVING 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. M. MORELAND - SOFT DRINKS. AFTERNOON TEAS. CIGA ETTIES. BURNLEY ALE ALWAYS ON HAND. Brown Bread and Small Go ,ds s Sipe;u i:lit v. Sci. 1 a-ld Pire. Poti s o; -roed for. "Wattle Cafe," RICHT OPPOSITE STATION. H U RSTB RI DG E. A E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. I DORET IHOUSE PosNE 5 S -ETT ,sTERDBBX -E . WVINE PRICE LIST All Wines are Guaranteed Pure. Rich Port ... ... 3s 6d Penfold's No. O Claret Ss Gd Old T'awny Por ... 3s 6d Own Bottling .. 2s Gd Invaid P rt ... ... 4s Sherry Special ... 3s White Port ... ... 3s Gd Sherry No. 1 ... ... 3s 6d .Muscadine ... ... 3s 6d V.O. Golden Sherry ... 3s Gd Hock and Challi. ... 3s SPARKLING \VINES. Hock...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 November 1923
Netley House, ELTHAM. Private Hospital. -o OWING to many requests, Mrs. Lloyd has decided that she will again take MATERNITY CASES. Surgical and Other Cases also Taken. SHEARING (with Blades)-For particu. lars apply to -- E. HOWARD & SoN, PantonHill. WANTED to Purchase-Five or six roomed House at Eltha. Particu &nbsp; lars to This Office. STRAYED) from Panton Hill.-- Bay Mare, branded on rump, long tail. &nbsp; Tel. 592 Northcote. WV. S. ANDERSON, 27 Grange road, Alphington. TO LET, at Panton Hill.-Seven acres Orchard, part in lull bearing. Early peaches and Jonathan apples.-W. S. AN DERSON, 27 Grange road, Alphington. Tel. 592, Northcote. TO be sold at Morang Sale Yards on 19th November-Two Young Horses, me dium draught, good condition, quiet, for fruit waggon or farm work.-A. L. BRocK. FOR SALE.-Pure-bred Pigs (suckers) &nbsp; till Monday ; first-class Jinker Pony, &nbsp; thoroughly quiet and reliable, good goer. - B. Y. IALL, Panton Hill. F...
Market and Clearing Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
Market and Clearing Sales. Adamson, Strettle and Co. Pty. Ltd. report holding a very successful sale at their Morang yards on Monday last, before a good attendance of buy. ers-local, country and Melbourne. The demand for all classes of cattle was better, and a total clearance was effected at rates considerably in ad vance of those ruling previously. Young cattle, especially Jerseys, were in great request, a line of Jerseys 18 months making £2 19s, and several lines of heifers, Ayrshires and Jersey·, making from £2 to £2 15s. Milkers and springers also showed a good rise. Pigs were well represented, and atotal clearance -was effected at.satisfactory prices. The same firm also conducted a clearing sale at Doreen on account of Mrs Davies, of furniture, sundries, stock, etc., when everything was sold at highly satisfactory prices. The property was submitted, but passed in either for private sale or to lease. This is a very choice farm of 16 acres, and should either sell or let easily.
Research. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
Research. .---- (From a Correspondent.) The newly-remodelled State School at Research was officially opened on the 19th of October by our popular member (Mr. W. H. Everard). There were also present Councillor Hall and Mr. Tingate (Inspector of Public Works Depart ment). After a few words of wel come had been spoken by Mr. Spros ton (head teacher) and Mr. Doney (of the local school committee), Mr. Everard addressed the gathering. He commented upon the rapid progress the school had made dur ing the last few years, and remark ing on the splendid work which had been done by Miss Rigby, said that he thought from reports which he had heard, that the high standard would be maintained by Mr. Spros ton. He impressed upon the chil dren that happy feeling of good fellowship towards schoolmates, es pecially those who might appear to be slower than themselves, as the plodder often won the race. Councillor Hall, in his speech, im pressed upon the children the de sirability of good citizenship and...
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
ELTHAM, (From Our Own Correspondent.) On Saturday evening a dance v and waltzing competition was held t in the Public Hall. The attendance ' was large, despite adverse weather conditions. The music was supplied by Mrs. Luckman (piano) and Mr. it J. Reilly (violin). Mr. A. Gollings a officiated as M.C. Two compe- tl titions were announced, one for iv local residents and the other for all t] comers. Mr. F. Scott, partnered f with Miss F. Carrucan, and Mr. A. n Isherwood and Miss Coleman were I the heat winners in the local com- v petition, the final being awarded to ti the latter pair. In the open event, jy Mr. Alf. Ashley (Greensborough), N partnered with Mrs. Collard (Mont- t1 morency), won the final from Mr. fi Charles Oakley (Greensborough) g and Miss V. Butterworth (Eltham). fi The various prizes were distribu- c ted by Cr. Andrew. Mr. Barlow f, officiated as judge, and Mr. W. Bel- N zer as timekeeper. The decisions s did not meet with unanimous op proval, but in my opinion the j...
Strathewen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
Strathewen. (From a Correspondent.) Many growers report good peach crops, despite the trying conditions. Apples are from good to medium. Tomatoes are being planted freely. Motor trucks have completely outed the horse waggons, and the coming season will see over a dozen on the road. The Social Club still hold their weekly meetings and the members are still increasing. The Tennis Club has dug up a couple of Tildens, and four M'lle Lenglens, and at an early date ex pect to come out and wipe up Hurstbridge and a few other teams. The Cricket Club has won three out of four matches, but expect hard times from now on.
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 23, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
THE AND ?iaunnon rek `'i Ieatj `duoorateI Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 23, 1923. I Local and General. On page 4 will be found the report of a lecture on "Pig Raising" at Christmas Hills, and Thoughts-The Police Strike. Tenders are called for grazing the Hurstbridge recreation reserve. Mr Albert A. Haynes will hold his fortnightly Greensborough mar ket on Monday next. The Strathewen cricket club will hold a ball on Tuesday, November 27, and a prize of £1 will be given to the best waltzing couple. An auction sale of drapery will be held in the Kinglake hall by Messrs Gray and Rivers on Saturday, De cember 1, it 2 p.m. This is a good opportunity for bargains. The anniversary tea meeting and concert of the Kangaroo Ground Presbyterian Church will be held on 3 Saturday, December 1, and special services will be held the next day. Mr J. McGregor's farm stock, im plements, furniture, and sundries will be sold by auction, on the pro perty, at Nutfield, by Messrs Ada...
Yan Yean. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
Yan Yean. (From Our Own Correspondent.) A correspondent writes :-The sale recently at £100 of the 2-year-old Yeneda colt should prove a good ad vertisement for Mr D. A. Hutchi son's fashionably bred horse, which, if given the opportunity his breed ing deserves, could produce some thing able to hold its owii in the best of company. It is intended to hold a bazaar at Yan Yean in aid of the Red Cross and school funds on December 22, and a committee of ladies is bu.y working for the success of the func tion. Mr. W. H. Everard,b M.L.A., has promised to attend. Particulars will be advertised later.
Christmas Hills. LECTURE ON PIG REARING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
Christmas Hills, LECTURE ON PIG REARING (From a Correspondent.) On Friday night, 16th inst, one of the Department of Agriculture's in spectors, gave a lecture in the Mec hanics' Institute, Christmas 'Hils; on Pig Rearing as an. adjunct to -the;: dairying industry .The lecture. was. the first of a series arranged by the, Christmas Hills Progress Association, and was free to all who cared to at tend. The weather turned out very wet and windy, but nevertheless the attendance was good, more than six ty putting in an appearance. The department had originally intended to send Mr.Archer who lectures with lantern views, but as he fell ill a few days previously Mr. Kerr took his place and right ably did he "fill the bill." Mr. Kerr, who was born and bred in the Yering district, brought practical and local know ledge to bear on his subject He handled it with special reference to the conditions prevailing at Christ mas Hills, and so made it far more interesting and probably more use ful than a...
Montmorency R. S. Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
Montmorency R.S. Trust. A meeting of subscribers of the Montmorency Railway Station Trust was held at Greensborough on Tues day evening, Mr A. H.Price being i'" the chair. The statement of accounti as previously advertised was read and adopted. A letter was received from Dr. Nicholson, who was unable to attend. A full list of subscribers may be seen at the secretary's office. The chairman's action in connection with the roads to the Montmorency station was endorsed by the meeting. Votes of thanks were passed to Mr W. H. Everard, M.L.A., for his as sistance in getting the station, and to the chairman (Mr A. H. Price), sec retary (Mr A. A. Haynes), and the treasurer (Mr G. Cameron) for their active and valuable services in con nection with the trust. The Rail ways Commissioners were eulogised for the expeditious manner in which A L-s 1 c-te - n.on erected.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
Woodcock & McCormack, Civil Engineers, Architects & Surveyors W, ter Cur'plies reporitd on :nod cxecuted. 'tlans of 13nilding, prepared and erection .upervised. :ul. divisci?,on f I . Id e?p lditiouisiy carried out. NOIJMANlIY CH fA.MBEl,, 430 LITTLE COLLINS STREET Tel CenrEl 3I? NE. 'Tel Central 3241. H. G. PURCELL, FHUIT AND CO\I\IISSION AGENT. VICTORIA Iyq[KET, MELBOURNE. W IýIIES to inform Fruitgrowers that he is prepared to receive Consign n;:ots of Fruit and Produce. Furtheri particulahrs and L:l:els on Appli PUIVATE ADDRESS : TOWN HALL AVENUE. 1'PR?TON. For Sale. T OMATO Plants, Cabbage Plants, Bees in Frame Hives, Sheep, also Ewes with Lamb. W. G. GRAY, "Allwood " Nurseries, Hurstbridge. RYAN BROS., BUTCHERS, Diamond Creek and '.Hurstbridg: :. -illest Builder & Contractor, LLTH AM PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS SUPPLIED. S.., ý .&lt;..-' FUEL-4 h.p. Runs 8 Hours for 1/ 6 h.p. Runs 8 Hours for 1/6 Larger sizes at proportionate figures. SAVES IT...
WHITTLESEA. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
WHITTLESEA. (From Our Own Correspohdent.) Much sympathy is felt for the Lockwood family. Miss Wilhelmina is being nursed at the Melbourne hospital, and her condition is so serious that Miss Lockwood, our esteemed postmistress, was called to the bedside of her sister on the 13th instant, and is doing all possible to aid her recovery. [Since the above was put in type Miss Lookwood passed away at the institution named, following on an operation for appendicitis. She leaves two sisters and a brother to mourn their loss.] A Christmas Eve concert is being arranged for MIonday, 24th Decem ber, in the Mechanics' Institute to help the buildings renovations fund. As evidence of the popularity of Mr Fitzpatrick, late S.M. of Whittle. sea, who has been promoted to the charge of Yarra Junction railway station, a social was tendered to.hin on Tuesday evening. Presentationrs were made to Mr Fitzpatrick of a gold chain, and Mrs Fitzpatrick of a silver teapot. Cr. John Higgs and Mr T. Jobling made t...
CRICKET. Christmas Hills v. Hurstbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
CRICKET. Christmas Hills v. Hurstbridge. Christmas Hills-lat innings, 42.. 2nd innings-Howard, c Sinclair, b Verso, 4; Muir, h Verso, 4; Saville, b Verso, 0; Beames, b Wilson, 1; Davie, b Verso, 9; Carpenter, b Verso, 0; Young; not out, 10; Love, b Gilding, 2; G. Carpenter, c Thomp son, b Gilding, 0; sundries, 1. Total, 31. Bowling-Verso, 5 for 15; Wilson, 1 for 9; Gilding, 2 for none. Tfhrstbridge-First innings, 164. Arthur's Creek v. Kangaroo Ground. Kangaroo Ground-First innings, 92. Second innings: G. Johnson, b W. Suther land, 9; A. Day, c Wrackham, b Suther land, 0; A. Groube, b H: Green, 8; E. Day, b Sutherland, 4; R. Wraight, b Suther land, 0; A. Cassell, b J. Herbert, 0; MeMahon, b Herbert, 0; W. Morris, b J. Herbert,11; H. Lacey, b Sutherland, 10;.. H. Morris, not out, 2; extras, 1. Total, 45. Bowling-W. Sutherland, 5 for 24; H. Green, 1 for 15; J. Herbert, 3 for 5. Arthur's. Creek - First innings, . 118. Second innings: J. Luidlay, b Groube, 6; J. Sutherland, c'. Morris,-...
Wonga Park. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
Wonga Park. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Wintry weather set in here on Friday evening, and steady rain fell; Saturday night recorded over an inch. The fruit crop is very much on the light side, thrip, which is very bad, being mainly the cause. Mr F. Topping, who has resided in this district for the past 30 years, has sold his property at a satisfac factory price. He was always the leader in various matters for the welfare of the district, and he will be greatly missed. It will be hard to find anyone to fill his place. The residents of this district heartily approve of the action of the State Ministry in connection with the riots which -took place in Mel bourne recently, and offer their sup port to maintain law and order. Great credit is given to the loyalist police, for their action during the crisis, and it is hoped that the Minis-' try will not reinstate in any way the disloyalists. A business site in Hurstbridge is: advertised for. An impounding notice is inierted.
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
TENNIS, Owing to the bad state of the weather on Saturday last, all matches had to be postponed. A meeting of the association is to be held oR Monday next, when the registration of players is to be dealt with. Arrangements will also be made for the playing of the postponed games. Fixtures for Saturday :-Central v. Yan Yean; Queenstown v. Hnrst bridge; Wattleglen v. Haselglen. Central journeyed to Wattleglen on Saturday, the 17th inst., but owing to the rain the match had to be postponed. A few friendly sets were played between the showers. Afternoon tea provided by the ladies was much appreciated by the visi tors.
Methodist Church Services SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1923 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923
Methodist Church Services SUNIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1923 Diamond Creek, 11 a m., AMr Lade; 7.15 p.m ., Mr Lade Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m , Mr Lade. Cottle's Bridge, 3 p.m.,.Jr Rodger. Hurstbridge, 715 p.m., .Mr Frank. Tanck's Corner, 3 p.m , M?r Collom. Research, 3.30 p.m., Mr Campbell. Panton Hill,7.30 p.m., .lr Thompson. Wattle Glen, 7 p.m., Mr Collom.