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Greensborough. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923
Greensborough. (From a Correspondent.) A meeting of the progress associa tion was held on .l onday, November 26, Cr. Santon presiding, in the ab sence ot Mr H'aynes. Correspondence was read from the council re drainage, water mains and electric light extensions. Cr. White, the shire president was present, and as he is also a member of the M.M.B.W. he gave the meeting a report of his ef forts through the council, as its repre sentative, to improve and lay down larger mains through Greensborough for increased water supply, and future extensions. He explained that a com mittee of the board has recommended to the Metropolitan Full Board that this work be carried out, and it will very shortly be put in hand. It was pointed out that the new water rate will be xs 3d in the L for outer subur ban districts, which will have to be endorsed by local ratepayers. With regard to electric lighting of Greensborough, Cr. Santon explained that the Electricity Commissioners would be able to give electr...
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923
ELTHAM. (From Our Own Correspondent.) It is with regret that I report the death of Mr. Clive Capewell, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Capewell, who are so well known locally. The oc currence is made more pathetic by the fact that the deceased gentle man spent his honeymoon in Etham some few months ago. He was a pupil of the local school and popu lar amongst his schoolfellows. Upon leaving school he adopted the engin eering trade as a profession, and ob taining an appointment in Tasmania, migrated there some years ago. He married and settled there. A few weeks ago he contracted pneumonia, and his mother was hastily 'summon ed by a telegram, his father .and brother following later. Mrs. Cape well just arrived in time to see her son alive. A young widow is left to mourn her loss. Our sympathy is extended to the sorrowing parents and to the members of the family. A memorial service will be held at the Eltham Methodist Church, ' of wi-',h the deceased, prior to his de parture to Tasmania, wa...
Codlin Moth & Light Crops. A WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923
Codlin Moth & Light Crops, A WARNING. By G. M. Fletcher, Orchard Supervisor. It has been a matter for congratu lation among apple growers that codlin moth has been remarkably light this season, and a false sense of security has lbeen created. It is a fact that practically no moths are yet in evidence, but it does not fol low that the balance of the season will show the same freedom. There is a reason for this scarcity. It is the remarkably cool weather that has obtained up to the end of last week. The sudden rise in tempera ture this week, to what is really sea sonable weather, will act like magic on the grubs, lying in cover in their cocoons, behind bark, cracks, and all sorts of shelter. Nature is a good parent in some ways, and in her care of her broods of codlins she has just delayed their wakening till wea ther conditions were really favour able to their existence. Every grower wilt remember that right through the late summer and autumn, the codlin was bad, and the grea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. I. W. SMITH HAVING purchased the above .Business from li r A. D. Nicholson, .wishes the Residents of the District to know that he has - FULL STOCKS OF - Groceries, Ironmongery, Crookery, Drapery, Clothing, etc. Large Range of Samples to choose from. A Trial Solicited. Hurstbridge Bakery. i M. MORELAND SOFT 1)RINKS, AFTERNOON TEAS. CIGA IET'TES. BURNLEY ALE ALWAYS ON HAND. Brow, Bir d nd Smanl Go ds :, Sjti l i'v,. Soci .l, and Pic, ic Panis Ca;,reid for. "Wattle Cafe;" RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDGE. A E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. DORSETk HOUSE PnoNE 5 S -IEiTERSTEBRI1GE WINE PRICE LIST All Wines are Guaranteed Pure. Rich Poit . .. 3s Gd Penfold's No. 0 Claret 3s Gd Old 'l'awny Port ... 3s Gd Own Bottling . . 2s Gd Invalid Port ... ... 4s Sherry Special ... 3s W hite Port- ... ... 3s Gd Sherry No. 1 ... ... 3s Gd Muscadine ... ... 3s 6d V.O. Golden Sherry ... 3s Gd Hock and Chablis ... 3s SPARKLING WINES. Hock ... .....
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 30, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923
THE (ltllam and, W??lihttlesl il i'res Advrrti er. AND ianmond reel1 Wllt dvuorate P itblished Every Friday . Ifteroon RURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 30, 1923. Local and General. On page 4 will be found a history of the Arthur's ,Creek Methodist Church, and. reference to the rating of M.M.B.W. lands. . We have re ceived several letters on the police strike-for and against--but owing to their length we are unable to pub lish them. An article on the Road Problem and a Whittlesea obituary notice are held over. Mr V. L. Sorensen, Hurstbridge, has 200 pairs pedigree fowls for sale. The Whittlesea council calls ten ders for a number of contracts. The Eltham council will meet on Monday next at 11 a.m., when ten ders close for various works. Hurstbridge is now on the "Sub divisional Map," for particulars of which see auction sale for Dec. 8. The Rev. T. C. Rentoul's lectures on his war experiences will com mence at Diamond Creek on Monday. The Panton Hill Progress Associa tion, in conjunction with' ...
Christmas Hills. RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 November 1923
Christmas Hills. RAILWAY EXTENSION. (From a Correspondent.) On Saturday, November, 24, rep- resentatives of Christmas Hills, Kan- garoo Ground, and Panton Hill met at the hall, Kangaroo Ground, to dis- cuss with representatives of War- randyte the question of rail con- nection of the latter place with the metropolis, with a view to securing an extension from Warrandyte to some central position at Christmas Hills, and at the same time to for- mulate a policy by which the two districts could co-operate to their mutual advantage. Over fifty attended, there being a very good muster from Warrandyte. Councillor Hall occupied the chair, and Mr. W. Saville acted in the dou- ble capacity of principal speaker and hon. secretary. Mr. Saville displayed at the back of the platform a large map showing all the surveys laid down and their points of connection with existing systems. This map was very kindly prepared on a much enlarged scale by Mr. G. Harvie, from a tracing of routes supplied by Mr. ...
Correspondence. A LABOUR LEAGUE FOR HURSTBRIDGE. To the Editor of The Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
Correspondence. A LABOUR LEAGUE. FOR -H~IUSTBRIDGE. To the Editor of The Advertiser Sir,--In Hurstbridge and the sur rounding district there are probably two hundred Laborites but they are not organised and are out of touch with each other and the movement. Why do we not follow the example of Eltham' and form a Labor League? Regular meetings could be held and much good done locally, as well as for the movement. We could co operate with the progress Associa tion in agitating for what is for the general benefit of the district, and influence some .of the many half hearted supporters of the discred ited anti-labor parties to become earnest supporters of the workers' cause. In this and many other country listricts there are wage workers, and a plan is necessary for them to obtain regular employment; through not being organised they attempt to undercut each others' conditions, in order to be sure of a steady job. A Labor League by restricting com petition, could help to remedy this, and ...
THOUGHTS. ROAD PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
THOUGHTS. ROAD PROBLEM. (BY 31ERNDA.) Having read a few days ago the most astonishing statement, by a member of the executive of the Municipal Association, that the dele gates at the annual cohference of the Association did not know what they were doing when they turned down the proposed nationalisation of six arterial roads of the State, being one of those who opposed the propo sition, I can inform the executive that I knew perfectly well what I was doing, and so did those who voted with me, as it was a grossly unfair proceeding to pick out six roads and leave all the other main A short time after the tolls were abolished,. I was the 'first municipal representative to urge this being done. I did this when on a depu tation to the late Sir Thomas Bent, he then being Minister of Public Works, and Mr. Le Creu being the Secretary. On the deputation were Mr. McKiehan, representing the Mt. Rouse Shire; Mr. Benson, a metro politan constituency; Mr. Fitz Gib bon, then Town Clerk of Melbourn...
CRICKET. Hurstbridge v. Queenstown. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
CRICKET. Hurstbridge v. Queenstown. Queenstown, First inning:s-33; second innings-Marriott, c Gilding, b Verso, 8; O'Brien, c Gilding, b Wilson, 23; Luckman, Jr., b Wilson, 13; W. Spicer, b Gilding, 8; Healey, c Cox, b D. Sinclair, 12; Luckman, Sr., b Wilson, 0; Du'gdale, c Shan hun, b Sinclair, 2; Hirt, stpd., b Wilson, 1; E. Spicer, b Sinclair, 11; Watts, b Wilson, 2; Peake, not out, 0; sundries, 2. Total, 82. Bowling-Wilson, 5 for 27; Ver so, 1 for 21; Sinclair, 3 for 23; Gilding, 1 for 9. Hurstbridge, first innings -68; second innings-A. F. Verso, c Luckman, Jr., b Marriott, 14; Shan hun, c Luckman, Jr., b Spicer, 13; C. Verso, b Spicer, 0; A. J. Verso, c Luckman, Jr., b Spicer, 2; Thom son c Luckman Jr., b Spicer, 5; Gild-. ing b Spicer 5; Cox, c Peake b Mar riott, 0; Wilson, b Spicer, 0; Moore, b Marriott, 1; D. Sinclair, b Spicer, 2; E. Sinclair, not out, 0; sundries, 3. Total, 45. Bowling-Spicer, 7 for 11; Mar riott, 3 fo 9; Watts, none for 12.
Kinglake. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
Kinglake, Friday, November 23, was the scene of a festive occasion in the Kinglake Hall, when a plain and fancy dress ball was held in aid of the hall funds. The hall was beau tifully decorated with colored streamers, flags, and ferns. This was the work of some of the com mittee ladies, and reflects great cre dit on them. Another feature was the lights, which were suppled gra tis by Mr. Yates. The night was glorious, and many visitors journeyed from Steel's Creek, Hurstbridge, Kinglake West, Melbourne, and the surrounding dis tricts. A good many of the dancers were in fancy dress, and amongst them were Mrs. Haslet (moth) ,Miss Mills (France), Miss V. McDonald (Powder Puff), Miss Thomson (French Maid), Miss E. Murphy (Milkmaid), H. Murphy (Jolly), Miss Trounsen, (Romp), Mrs. Hurst Gray, as a house maid, carried off the prize for the most original dress. Mrs. Goodall (Red Riding Hood), Mr. Goodall. (Pack of Cards). Mr. Hurst Gray (Green Pierott) obtained the gentleman's prize. Miss Ir...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, DECEMBER 7, 1923. Shire Divisions. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
,Ithatil And? qVlritttae a hldr?. AND Pu blislhed Every Friday .4Afterion HURSTBRIDGE, DECEMBER 7, 1923. Shire Divisions. THERE is a desire amongst many: ratepayers for a readjustment of boundaries in the Eltham, Whittle sea and Heidelberg shires, and Alph ington is the latest to move in the matter, a meeting last week deciding in favor of a separate riding, i.e., to secede from Ivandoe riding. It was stated that the time would come when Alphington and Fairfield would form a new municipality, and that they had nothing in common with the other ridings. It is also asserted - that none of the ridings have any r interest in Greensborough riding, and there has long been a suggestion r that the latter area be cat off. The Epping riding is trying to sever its a connection with the Whittlesea shire and have a small shire of its own. There is dissatisfaction in the North riding of the Eltham shire, because it supplies about half the revenue of the shire and has only three repre sentatives ou...
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
ELTMAM, (Prom Our Own Correspondent.) The programme for the coming sports meeting, on January 12th, is to hand,- and `advertises 'a good list ' of events.- Professional running is omitted and an additional tirotting, two motor cycle, and one horse race events are substituted. - The prize money in most cases is substantial, and offers an incentive :for good en tries. The Athletic Club; under which auspices the meeting is held, again has Mr. Mitchell as secretary, 'and he anticipates additional patron age as a result of the alterations to the -programme. The proceeds are being devoted to the Public Hall. Mr.'Max Meldrum the: well known artist, who is at present holding an exhibition of paintings in Mel bourne, is again enjoying an indef inite stay in Eltham, where he is finding a plentiful suppy of sub jects for his brush. His favourite subject is the big, gaunt gum tree, and the Bend reserve is a favourite haunt of his, as the trees there are ideal from the artist's point of. view. O...
Bundoora. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
Bundoora. A very sucessful concert and sale of gifts was held 'in the Janefield Presbyterian Church, on Thirsday, November 22, the object being to raise funds to further diminish the building debt on the church. This debt was incurred when the church was thoroughly renovated, both in side and out, some two years ago. Before that time the building, which was ereced in 1861, was in a very dilapidated condition; The commit tee of the church hold two efforts annually, the concert of last week being second for 1923. The Rev. Jas. Raff, minister of the Whittlesea charge, occupied the chair. A varied programme, arranged by Mr. Wm. Brock, secretary of the church, was rendered by artists from many different parts of the surroun ding district. Contributors to the vocal section were, Mrs. Lambert, of Reservoir; Misses Edie Smith, Mern da; Maggie Anderson, Cragieburn; Jean Clements, Bundoora; Helen Powell, Coburg; Messrs. 'Lambert and Juniper, of Coburg; while Mas ter Gorie, of Preston, and the...
Telephone Delays. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
Telephone Delays. Mr R. Cook, M.P., has received the following letter from the Acting Deputy Postmaster-General: "With reference to a communication receiv ed from the Progress Association, Hurstbridge, urging that action be taken to obviate delays to telephone trunk line traffic between that place and other stations, I beg to inform -you that Hurstbridge is in circuit on the Melbourne-Cottle's Bridge trunk line, and an analysis of the traffic data indicates that the business is disposed of with reasonable expedi tion, although the results are not in accordance with the standard pre scribed. The particulars of the traf fic during recent months show a gradual increase, and the matter of providing an additional trunk line between Melbourne and Diamond Creek is under consideration. In the meantime action is being taken with a view to business over the existing circuit being disposed of with the minimum amount of delay.
ARTHUR'S CREEK v. STRATHEWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
ARTHUR'S CREEK c. STRATHEWEN. Strathewen, 2nd inniilgs.-A. McKim mie, b W. Sutherland, 1; L. Smith, run (ut, 9; D. McKimmie, not out. '22; W. Sporkes, b Sutherland, 0; R. McKnimnie, 1b J. Her bert, 9; W. O,Dea. b Sutherlanl, 3; R. Mann, b Sutherland, 2;: R. Stanlake. c L. Apredl, b Sutherland, 0, Tratt, c Millar, b Sutherland, 0; J. Rich 1) Sutherland, 1: ex tras 7; total 54. Arthur's Creek won by an innings and 85 runs. Bowling.--J. Herbert I for 24, WV. Sutherland 7 tor -3. .' Greensborough made 27 and 92 against Diamond Creek, R. Franklin 15 adil A. Pur cell 47 top scorers. Diamond Creek made 51 and 32, C. Christi,.n, not out, 15 in the first innings. The second stage of the rifle club trophy was fired at the Cottle's Bridge range last Saturday-200yds, 14 shots, with the following scores : C. Limmer 66, W. Limmer 62, A. Currie 60, H. Pill 5S, W. Tucker and E. Pill 56, W. Masson 54, J. McFar lane 53, C. Shearer and J. Brown 52, H. Thompson 51, J. Street 46, E. Garsed 43,-L. Sheare...
Queenstown. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
Queenstown, The Secretary of the Delegates' League of Progress Associations of the North Riding has appealed to Mr Robt. Cook, M.H.R., to support by all means in his power, the re-erection of the telephone line from Queens town to Hurstbridge. The erection of this short" stretch of three miles would mean direct communication between Kinglake, North Queens town, Queenstown and Paunton Hill, with Hurstbridge - the local rail way and shopping centre - instead of as at present, all messages having to go first to Melbourne and then back through Diamond Creek to Hurstbridge. The prospect of railway extension from Hurstbridge to Mitton's Bridge, Queenstown, has led to a mild build ing boom. Already two new houses have been erected; the timber -is on the ground for a third; and plans have been considered for two others. The district is ideal for week-end resi dences. A troop" of girl-scouts hiave made arrangements to camp in the district over the, Christmas vacation. The "Bachelors of Strat...
Methodist Church Services SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1923 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
Methodist Church Services SUNDAY, DECIE.\BER 9, 1923 Diamond Creek. II a ni., itr Jurrett; 7.15 p.m , .Mr Frank. Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m ., Mr C(ollo:i. Cottle's Bridge,. 3 p.m., Mr Jarre t. Ilursthridge, 7.15 pm n., \ir Rodger. Tanek's Corner. 3 p in , Mr C:tmpbhc'. Panton Rill,7.30 p.m., \Ir Cnllam Wattle Glen, 7 p.m., Mr Jarrett. When the Loan Appropriation Bill was before the House, Mr W. H. Everard again drew attention to the necessity of the electriefication of the lines to Hurstbridge and Whittle sea and the extension of the subur ban radins, pointing out that by giv ing facilities for living in the country it-would prevent the crowds increas ing in the city. A motor train ser vice had been promised: for Whittle sea, but the promise has not been kept. The Whittlesea district saf ers a great deal because of-the M;M. B.W. having a great deal of land on which no rates are paid.
MONTMORENCY R.S. TRUST. To the Editor of The Advertiser [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 7 December 1923
MONTMORENCY R.S. TRUST. To the Editor of The Advertiser Sir,--I was glad to see that every thing is now settled up about the railway trust, and we ought to be very grateful that we have such a nice station, so handy this hot wea ther. I would like to make a suggestion, that the list of all subscribers to the trust be also sent to the chairman of the Montmo'rency Progress Assoc iation (or the secretary), as it is much easier for most of the subscri bers, I should think, to see the list in Montmorency, instead of having to go to Greensborough.-Yours, &c. LOWER PLENTY. [The secretary of the trust in forms us that subscribers' lists are in the hands of Messrs. Price, Haynes, and Jessop (Greensborough), and Cameron (Rattray-road, Montmor ency).-Ed. "A"].