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Church of England. Sunday Next before Advent—November 24. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923

Ohurch of England. Sunday Next before Advent-November 24. Hurstbri:lge. 11 a m. Panton Hill, 7.30 p m. Queenstown, 3 30 p.m. hlev. E. Selwyn Chase. Kinglake, 2.45 p.m. Kinglake Memorial Church Anniversary Service on Sunday, December 2, 2.45 p.m. Rev. L. H. Croker, of Whittlesea.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Heidelberg Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923

Heidelberg Shire Council. I The councillors met at Heidelberg on Tuesday evening, the President (Cr. J. White) in the chair. CORRESPONDENCE. ii From Hurstbridge Progress Associa tion, calling attention to the state of c Haley's Gully Road.-Secretary to b reply. J Greensborough Park Improvement o Committee, suggesting that the man- ti agement of the local park should be 1( handed over to a committee of rate- c payers.-On the motion of Crs. Santon R and Leach it was decided that a local I! committee look after the park under t: the supervision of the council.-In re- p ply to a question the President said t] nothing could be taken out of the N hands of the council, P Secretary Greensborough Tennis 2 Club, asking permission to extend the c tennis court.-Park committee to be a met by councillors. M. J Bourke, asking permission to cut timber on certain roads in Glen Park.-Council has no jurisdiction z over private streets. d Health officer, reporting on drainage of Alexandra street -Tende...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Hurstbridge Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923

Hurstbridge Progress Association. b The monthly meeting of the above was held on November 15, the at tendance being 20, and Mr. C. J. Verso presided. POST - OFFICE. F. Taylor, Ripponlea, wrote stat- s ing that he Was prepared to put in a fireplace for the postmistress in the winter, and any other matters in moderation that will make for the comfort of the office. He also forwarded 2/6 membership and do- d nated 10/6 towards the association. If his health had been better he would have been pleased to attend the meetings.-On- the motion of Mr. Jones, it was decided to thank Mr. Taylor for his generosity and the way he met the request for a fireplace. Mr. Smith asked who was going to supply the wood for the fireplace. Mr. Ambler said he would contribute, as he brought the matter forward in the first place for Mr. Milne. Mr. J. Curtis also promised c some firewood. TELEPHONES. Z H. Hewitt (secretary Queenstown 1A Progress Association) wrote stating t that they were willing to assist in ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Arthur's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923

Arthur's Creek. The jubilee anniversary of the , Methodist Church, Arthur's Creek, was celebrated on Saturday, Novem ber 3, by a grand tea meeting. The P? weather was fine, and a great crowd C gathered from the surrounding dis- 25 tricts to do honor 'to the occasion. tit The tables and buildings were taste- t1 fully decorated by the young people, T] and the tea provided was of a most sumptuous kind, being much appre- at ciated by all. At the table set apart p for the old identities, and presided R over by the Rev. A. T. Holden, w O.B.E., B.A., were noticed Mr and ai Mrs Macdonald, senr., Mrs Banker, Mrs Hildebrand, Mr and Mrs Jos: B Murphy, Councillor and Mrs. D. Murphy, Mrs Hammet and Mr J. W Harrison. A feature of this table ci was a large and beautifully decorated sf cake made and given by Mrs Hempel, c7 of Huon, a former member of the ri church. This was afterwards cut N and handed round to all. Visitors a present included members of all de- c nominations in the dsstrict, and c ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THOUGHTS. POLICE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923

THOUGHTS. POLICE STRIKE. (BY u1ERNDA.) The troublesome times that we have had lately has set me thinking hard, and in doing so I try to come to a sane and just .concldsion xe the trouble,, but~ in ,the first place please allow me to say that, in -my opinion, under no circumstances were the pol ice entitled to strike. They were bound by a solemn oath to be loyal, and to do their duty ; certainly it was far from their duty to leave Melbourne and suburbs at the mercy of the underworld that prevails in all cities. Personally, I detest the name of strike. Is the fault all on one side ? I am afraid not. In my humble opinion there is too much procrastination in dealing with ur gent matters by the powers that be. Undoubtedly the public will know that the police have been underpaid, and their pensions kept back from them. This no doubt irritated the police, whom I have found as a rule a fine body of men, but I do not think it improves the position by the cry of no re-instatement of any of th...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923

F OR SALE - House, almost new, 5 rooms, 1 acre land, £650. A gift. Deposit £100.--Muas Boes, 274 Collins Street. F OR SALE.-Hurstbridge 18 acres, 5 rooms, perfect order, 15 mins station, £750. Or exchange suburban property. Clear title, low deposit.--Mus BRos., 274 Collins Street. DOUBLE-FURROW Disc PLOUGH (Newell and Saunders), for Sale; 11 cwt,, had very little use, up-to-date plough. -MRs. TiPP, " Dandaloo," Panton Hill. UFOR SALE.-A limited number of Pure 1' bred R.I.R. and Black Orpington first year Hens in full lay, at reasonable prices.-Mrs A. W. BIGGS, Panton Hill. TO LET-22 Acres good Grass, con Svenient to station. Full particulars CLARK, opposite Station, Eltham. Hurstbridge Land. B USINESS SITE Wanted-15 to 20 feet frontage. State street and terms to STERLING, c/o "Advertiser" Office. KANGAROO G RO U N D HALL. FRIDAY, Nov. 30. Cricket Club Dance. Luckman's Band. Double ticket 2s 6d. Lady's ticket Is. Bundoora Hall. Mark this Date. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. Dancing Extraord...

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Orange Blossoms. RAFF—BURGESS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923

:-Orange -Blossoms. RAFF-BURGESS. A quiet, but pretty, wedding took place at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Whittlesea, on Saturday, 27th October, the contracting par ties being Mr Grattan Stewart Raff, third son of the Rev. and Mrs Raff, The Manse,. Whittlesea, and Miss Agnes S. Burgess, daughter of Mr and Mrs Geo. E. Burgess, of New port, Pagnell, Bucks, England. The Rev. Raff officiated. The church was nicely decorated for the occasion, and as the wedding party entered the building the hymn " O God of Bethel" was sung. The bride, who was given away by Mr A. J. Griffin, wore a most becoming frock of henna crepe- de-chene with trimmings of the same shade, and hat en suite, and carried a shower bouquet of red roses, friesias and asparagus fern. Miss Grace Raff, as bridesmaid, was attired in a champagne crepe-de chene dress, with black hat,- and carried a bouquet of Cecil Brunner roses and asparagus fern.. Captain Sidney Jacka (late A.I.F.) was best man. While the register was bei...

Publication Title: Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923

Ce PHONE. 487. RENTS CAREFULLY COLLECTED. MILES BROS., A. E MILES - W. G. MILES. 22 Land, EstateS Business and General Commission' Agents. 2nd Floor, 274 COLLINS ST, MELBOURNE. a Auction Sales Conducted Anywhere. - All Classes of Property Wanted. ........ We Advertise at Our Own Expense. Agents Royal Exchange Assurance. WATT PJ TED ]- - All Classes of Properties in this District F®OR C . iE "Af Owing to heavy Sales in this District we have seriously depleted our lists. Expert Property and Furniture Salesmen, Insurance Brokers. M ONEY TO LEND. --- VWe Advertise at Our Own Expense. -- ONLY ADDRESS: J. MORTON & C0., Established 187x. 100 Auburn Road, AUBURN. TELEPHONE HAWTHORN 393. REGISTERED AGENTS. Or at "FERNSIDE," FLAT ROCK ROAD, HURSTBRIDGE (at this address week ends only.) Heidelberg Saw, Mioulding and Planing Mills Burn-,rdyv St, eet H idll her., n,,d at i :, ,r r (if Pe?t and C pel St rrets. West 3lelblourne'. Te'ri -1 r e 24 Heidrl.l-r . Ex General and Builders' Irou;;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 November 1923

Post Office Store. HTURSTBRID)GE. H. W.TSMITH "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 Solicited. Hurstbridge Bakery. M. MORELAND SOFT DRINKS, AFTERNOON TEAS, CICGA RETTES. BURNLEY ALE ALWAYS ON HAND. Brown Bread and Small Goo?ds . Spieilir v. Scia.ls a li Picn:ic Partis Catered for. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. H U RSTB RI D G E. A E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DOR S T OUST PnoNE .5 8 ]U[" S]BP D G'-. WINE PRICE LIST All Wines are Guaranteed Pure. Rich Pott ... :.. 3s Gd Penfold's No. 0 Claret" 3s 6d Old 'l'avny Port ... 3s 6d Own Bottling .. 2s Gd Invalid Pert ... ... 4s Sherry Special ... 3s White Port ... ... 3s 6d Sherry No. 1 ... ... 3s Gd Muscadine ... ... 3s 6d V.O. Golden Sherry ... 3s Gd Hock and Chablis ... 3s SPARKLING WINES. Hock .....

Publication Title: Advertiser
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Rating M.M.B.W. Lands. FURTHER INVESTIGATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923

Rating M.M.B.W, Lands. FURTHER INVESTIGATIONS. Mr. W. H. Everard, M.L.A., speak ing in the House on November 15 on the Bill to provide rating of Met ropolitan watershed, areas, said: I do not think the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works have treated the municipalities that I re present in a fair, and reasonable manner. This is to-the detriment of many ratepayers in the metropolitan •area. That watershed conveys a big boon to the metropolitan area. The point that I want to bring under the " Premier's notice is this: The reason why holdings are abandoned are that they are cut off from the shire by immense tracts of country that are occupied by the Forests Department and the Metropolitan Board of Works. It is unreasonable to bring forward arguments to thwart the desire of the municipalities to get a f-ir deal. We know that the Treasurer has travelled through that part of the State. He went right through these :reas, and he came back to Melbourne very' sympatheti cally disposed t...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bundoora. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923

Bundoora. A dance, which was brimful of life, was held in the Bundoora hall on Wednesday evening. There were about 200 people present, including a party of 35 from the city suburbs, organ ised by Mr Geoe, Ridley. There were also visitors present from Hurst bridge, Greensborough, Ivanhoe and Albert Park. The floor was in per feet order, the Jass Band music of the suburban-ites irresistible, the ladies' frocks (especially the new style) quite a feature, and the supper substantial as well as dainty, the Bundoora'brew of coffee being high ly commented upon. A novel attraction was a demon stration of fox-trotting by Mr Jerry Hales, the foremost exponent in Vic toria, and although his expert part ner was unable to attend, Miss D. Stanford kindly agreed to dance with Mr Hales, and everyone was delighted, surprise being expressed that theire was such grace and poise in the fox-trot, in which the couple danced thirty steps. Hearty ap plause greeted the performance, and Miss Stanford was the ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kangaroo Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923

Kangaroo Ground. The Kangaroo Ground Tennis Club held their annual concert on the even ing of November 23, when there was a large attendance, which was very grati fying, as there was a counter attraction at Panton Hill. Before the principal item, "Dick Whittington," was staged, a few items were given by local and visiting performers. Miss Sproston, in a masterful way, carried the audience with her through Kipling's stirring poem, "East is East and \Vest is \Vest," and well deserved the encore. When Mr Grouble walked on to sing he re ceived an ovation, and Miss Lily Wil son charmed the audience by her dain ty and rythmic movements in the dances she gave. Much interest was taken in "Dick Whittington," and the characters were well pourtrayed. Miss Renkin as Mrs Whittington; Mr Colin Bell as John, the favorite son ; Miss Nell Lacey as Dick the hero ; Miss Eileen Lacey as Pussy, in a realistic black skin, tail and whiskers ; and Miss Bell as the inter fering old lady Madam Anchovette wer...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. Diamond Creek v. Greensborough. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923

CRICKET. Diamond Creek v. Greensborough. Greensborough, 1st innings: R. Franklin, b C. Christian, 0; F. Johnson. b A. Wadeson, 6; W. Poulter, b F. Johnson, c C. Chris tian, 0; A. Purcell, b C. Christian, 1; T. Weaver, run cut. 6" S. Collard, stmpd. Cook, b C. Ch'ritian, 0; W. Mitchell, not out, 1; C. Oakley, b and c C. Christian, =1; J. Poulter, stnipd. Cook, b C. Christian CO; W. Stock, c Scroggin., b A. , adeson, 0; W. Collard, b A. V-adc sn, 3 sun dries, 3. Total, 27. 2nd. innings.-R. Franklin, c Cov entry, b C. Christian, 15; F. John son, b C. Christian, 0; W. Poulter, c Coventry, b C. Christian. 0; A. Purcell b Coventry, 47; T. Weaver, L" C .-entry, 0; S..Collard, not out, 7; .-. 5Mithe!ll, run out, 2; C. Oak ley, run cut, 9; W. Stock, c Cham bers, b ives, S; W. Collard, not out, 1. Total, 8 for 92. Bowling, 1st innings.-C. Chris tian, 6 for 11; A. Wadeson, 3 for 13. 2nd innings, C. Christian, 3 for 37; G. Coventry, 2 for 22; H. Ives, 1 for 10; F. Johnson, 0 for 20. Diamond Cre...

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Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923

Diamond Creek. (From Our Own Correspondent.) On Wednesday, November 21, St. John's C.E.M.S. gave a most amus ing and extraordinary entertainment in the Parish Hall, before a crowded audience. The farce opened with Mr. Weiland's jass band, followed by a song by Mr. Gus Edmonds. Dr. Cordner started community singing and he said it was a great success. Next came Dr. Cordner's farm yard. He should be fined for keep ing such a medley of animals, and must have gone to a lot of trouble in training them. His two dogs were not too quiet, snarling and barking a treat, and one of them made a bite at the doctor; next came two cats, and the fun started-cats and dogs got at it; then came two pigs, and with their grunting, etc., the cats left off fighting and started to laugh. The two donkeys came along and one of them made a kick at the doctor; he just jumped off the stage in time, for if he had got it he would have seen stars. Next came two mild looking cows-poor things, they, looked as. if they...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TENNIS. Queenstown v. Hurstbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923

TENNIS, Queenstown v. flurstitridge. This match was played at North Queenstown last Saturday, and won by the visitors by a majority of'3o games. Scores, Hurstbridge players iing mentioned first: Men's Doubles.-l'. Cook and C. Harris defeated J Muller and R. Nink, 6-3 : E. Chamberlain and F. Buck d. G. Muller and C. Nink. 6-r. Ladies' Doubles.-Miss R. Thomp son and l1. Buck d. Misses V. and V. Muller, 6-3; Mlisses Downey and Ver so d. Misses Hewitt and I3.Muller, 6-o. Mixed Doubles -T. Cook and Miss M. Buck d. R Nink and Miss V. ?iul ler, 6--3 ;'. Harris and Miss Thomp son d. J. Muller and .Miss V. V uller, 6-3 ; E. Chamberlain and Miss Dow ney d. G. Muller and VMiss !'. Muller, 6-3 ; F. Buck and Miss Verso d. C. Nink and C. Hewitt, 6-2. Totals Hurstbridge, 8 sets 48 games ; Queens town, o sets iS games. Central v. Van Yean. Men's doubles (Van Yean names first).-H. Burleigh and J. Hancorne lost to J. and J. Murphy, 2--6; R. and A Hancorne lost to T. and G. Mlur phy, 4-6. Ladies' doub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 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 t'OLLINS ST, MELBOURNE. Auction Sales Conducted Anywhere. All Classes of Property Wanted. ......... We Advertise at Our Own Expense . ...... Agents Royal Exchange Assurance. WAT 1l TE D All Classes of Properties in this District FOR S A. _. FE Owing to heavy Sales in this. District we have seriously depleted our lists. Expert Property and Furniture Salesmen, Insurance Brokers. MONEY TO LEND. --- VrWe Advertise at Our Own Expense. -- ONLY ADDRESS: J. MORTON & 00., Established- 187 . .. . 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 Bur. u;?,y S: eet Hoidelber., ant a: Corner of Peel and Cape)l S:rnets, West .lellour re. Telephon.. 24 lHeidlb,-rg Ex. General and Bniilers' Iro,::noqn.ery, G...

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Methodist Church Services SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1923 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923

Methodist Ohurch Services SUNDAY, D1V:EM1IBE 2, 5-23 I)ainotid Crlak. I] ai . r I~entnul I 7.15 p · \tr (`oIlotm. Arthur's ('Meek, 3 p.mi , Mr kentoul. Cottle's Iiiidge. 3 ii., fir Coil.zn Hursthriize., 7 5 p m , Air C.ni+mbei'. Prnton 1ill.7 30 p!"m., Ar IRodrer. WaVut Ie Glen. 7 p.m... Mr RLeraul.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923

?Ol' SALE - -House, almost new, 5 rooms, 1 acre land, :'i50O. A gift. Depot,sit £100.-- ILL: s BRos, 274 Collins Street. F "OR SALE.-Hurstbridge 18 acres, 5 rooms, perfect order, 15 mins station, £750. Or exchange suburban property. Clear title, low deposit. - MiLEs BROS., 274 Collins Street. ORl Sale, good strong .Jinker, I- shafts, £12. - lr,s. TltRr', " )aridaloo," Panton bill. .:0R SALE.-A limited number of Pure I bred R.I.R. and 'Black Orpingt.o first year Hens in full lay, at reasonable prices.-Mrs A. WV. BIGGS, Panton Hill. INGLE horse \Vaggon, perfect order, just overhauledl, new hood, repainted, £35, cash or terms.-PREMIER COACH. W\Vorcs, I urstbridge. n1RE5 IER JINKERS, long distant _ axles, motor seat, rubber tyres, best I unlop ; £36 ; written guarantee ; seas oned timber. -- PREMIER COACH WORKS, Hurstbridge. I AV Y l)raught. Mare, 10 years, for I. sale; staunch and used to all work. --\V. InUDD, Kangaroo Ground. SO he offered for sale at Morang sale oi S D)ecember 3, Al...

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Arthur's Creek Methodist Church. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923

Arthur's Creek Methodist Church. (Contributed.) On this very happy occasion of its Golden Jubilee, the trustees of the church present to you with gratitude and pleasure, the following report of the Church's history: The first public religious service held in Arthur's Creek was aranged by the late Messrs. J. Ryder and George Gilbert. Mr. Gilbert, who was a Primitive Methodist, came from Eltham, bringng another prea cher with him, and together they conducted a service under a tree in Mr. Ryder's property - now owned by Mr. Draper. The fol lowing Sunday, Rev. Mr. Dueberg, and Messrs. Cantell and Dosser, Wesleyan Methodists from Yan Yean, visited the district, but, find ing that Mr. Gilbert had arranged to hold services regularly, they did not come again, and the services continued to be held under the aus pices of the Primitive Methodist Church, until the consummation of Methodist Union in 1902. For over two years preaching services were held in a barn and house be longing to Mrs. McDo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923

SHEARING (with Blades)--For particu lars apply to -- E. HoWARD & SoN Panton Hill. t ( - _ . ml- SwiTCHES .-: iosof r i'rI/; Of usal f. . . i.- '-"·'1 Buyon dimc ru otcr;;?rsf. 15 ducet f ri e m . hioney Lack if dis~atisfi~d. fc r. .. A U. McTXY LD ,SL;C. L C CO.,. 632-634 LOUmc s Works:,.Richmond, Vic. La.! at Lý-'P - rRi ^"ýý . ý fr,' 7S1''l>`... 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. Settings of Eggs I'ntirely from Competition Strains ¶jTo-be had at moment's notice Will further advice. Infertiles replaced (if any). iTow is the time to hatch. (-et the best; it's the Cheapest. Sent anywhere safely. Cash with Order. Prices : 7s 6d for 14, 25s for 50, 45s for 100. V. L. SORENSEN, Breeder of White Leghorns, Rhode Island Reds and Black Orpingtons. HURSTBRIDGE. TICKETS and Cards printed the ADVERTISER Offie Cockbil...

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