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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 July 1922
Don't "Keep a Few Fowls" HAVE LAYERS ! 'A Few Choice Breedini Cockerols left I will appreciate Early Orders for- at £1 Is each. SETTINGS OF EGG.s--(W L.) 7s 6d 1 White Legl?ioni ?~6-ir iwi'splendid: per'setting.-£2 10s per 100. strain. DAY OLD CHICKS-(W.L.) 15s per Rhode Island Red - JArEs ariaN's dos.. £1 10. per, .25, £2 10s per 50, t competition strain. £5 5s per 100. t Btick .Orpington--aa.sA. cnaRITIs Chickens forwarded safely to any ad strain dress.within 250 miles. i V. L. SORENSEN -- HURSTBRIDGE Local Agent for the Famous ' KAiswoon " FoLrTar SPICE. Will make any lazy henlay=-.. Pays for itself.; A 28 packet will do 20 hens for 32 days. E. GIADD, RI.SS. (SUccEssouR TO WEST BRos.) Coachbuilder, Shoeing and General Smith, ELTHAM. AFTER many years experience of Diseased Feet and Bad Teeth, which I always give careful attention to, I trust.the Residents of Eltham. and District will give me their.support. Horse Medicines in Stock. Paintingand Rubber Tyres a specialty. CLIPPING DO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 July 1922
Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails J. Z. Ryan Builder & Contractor. ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS. All Kinds of Building Works Carried out P ESTIMATES GIVEN. MORANG MARKET. Held Every Fortnight. SALE DAYS for 1922 AS UNDER : JULY 17 and8 31 AUGUST 14 and 28 SEPTEMBER 11 and 25 OCTOBER 9 and 23 NOVEMBER 6 and 20 DIECEMBER 4 and 18 CLEARING SALES conducted. Valua tions of Property for Probate made by our Sworn Land Valuator. ADAMSON,' SRETTLE & Co. Pty. Ltd. 396 Bourke-street, Melbourne, COGHILL & HAUGHTON, Auctioneers, Land Agents, Valuers, 79 Swanston St., Melbourne, And Opposite Station, HEIDELBERG. Money to Lend on Mortgage Albert A. Haynes, Auctioneer Live Stock &c Farm Salesman, GREENSBOROUGH, AND f DIAMOND CREEK. r Phones-Heidelberg 141 ; Diamond Creek 9 S--, Buyers waiting for all Classes of Orchard Properties. W.. J. i VERITT, Horseshoer, Coach and ) GENERAL SMITH. Public Notice. ---o TN returning THANKS, to my numerous S...
COURT SITTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 July 1922
COURT SITTINGS. At the Eltham Court on Tuesday, the 'P.M. (Mr R. Knight) asked when the railway line to Eltham was to be eleo trifled, as .it would be necessary to alter the hour of court sittings. He was in formed that the electrification was ex -peoted. in February-. A- preseut, said the P.M.,:he left the city lbythe IO:a.m. train, 'and did n~bt get to the court until 11.30, while the business was supposed to com mence at 11 o'clock. Some railway offi cers asked if, they arrived at 11.30 woul their oases be heard, and the P.M. said " Yes." If there are are twojustices pre sent they take certain oases, and wait on the P.M to sit on'unfinished cases.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 July 1922
"Land of Beauty, Hope and'Glbry ,?' Realm of treasures manif61ldi Land still new in song and story:. - : Buit in silence hoary old I Face thy'future bold and virile; Let no fears thy faithi allure ;: Render-germs of evil sterile. Treasure Woods' GreatPeppermint Cure For Children's Racking Cough, Woods' Great Peppermint Cere Dance at Epping W ILL be held in the Epping Shire Hall: on WEDNESDAY, 9th August, in aid of Confcetionary Stall of St. John's Church, of England Bazaar. Double Tickets, 3s 6d r Ladies extra, le1 Good M~.sic. Refreshment.. MISS A. SMITe, Hon. See. Rifle Club. A PUBLIC MEETING of all those in terested informing a Rifle Club will be held in the Panton Hill Hall on WED-. NEsDAt, August 2i 'at 8 p.m. All those over-theage of 16 years cordially invited. BAEL. J. HALL, S . ;C. -. onvener. For Leasing at Silv4n. 25 Acres of Land With HOUSE;forme'rly owned by Mr H. D. McCay. . O FFERS: are invited for leasing, for either one or two years, 25 acres of landfat Silvan with -...
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 July 1922
IHORTICULTUIRAL SOCIETY.. At the. sixteenth annual meeting of.the Ivanhoe Horticultural Society on Monday week, the balance-sheet disclosed that the receipts,for the year were.£200. The! sum of £53 was paid for prizes, £9, to, winners of points prizes at the monthly competitions, and as donation of £14 was. made to the Austin Hospital. An honor arium of £ 7s was made to the retiring, hon. secretary (Mr E.. O. Boase).: The election of officersa for the ensuing year resulted as follows.--President, Mr E. McDonell; past-president, Mr C.. H.. Gibbs; vice-presidentsi Messrs H. Amos and E.O.. Boase;hon. secretary,. Mr W. H.. Collins;, assistant secretary, Mr T. K. Groves; hon. treasurer, Mr L.. Wallis; judge, Cr F. S. Bryant;' auditors, Messrs H. Amos. and H. Metzner;, committee (14 nominated and: 8.elected), Messra G.. R Carter,. F. W..Casey, A. Eaton, C. G. -Hodgson,. V. Matthews, A. G. Pond, H. Shovelton and W. Spence.. ]t. was men tioned that Mr Amos, one of the, oldest members of the...
A QUESTION OF ROUTES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 July 1922
A QUESTION OF RO'UTES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. > Sir,-Will "Progress" please tell me if he knows one word of what he is writing about ? If so, will he please tell your readers i-What actually Is the route I am advo cating ? 2-How much "unimproved" land I have. and how much those on Mr Mann's route have ? 3-Where are the 50 chains of frontage on my route :to the ONE on Mr Mann's route ? 4-If I have a very fair road downhill a few minutes' drive from the Main Country Road Boiards road, what sort of a road have I uphill ? 5-Is the first part of Mr Mann's route parallel to the main Arthur's (Creek-Hurst bridge road, and only 54 chains distant from it ? 6-Why was this road abandoned by the Strathewen people some years ago, and the council put to the expense of constructing a new road past Mr Brennan's property at Arthur's Creek ? 7-If "for every acre of land that could be brought into profitable production on Cr Hewitt's route, 200 acres could be so done along ex-Cr 'Mann's r...
A RAILWAY SLEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 28 July 1922
. A RAILWAY SLEEPER. On Tuesday morning a man was found asleep in the guard's van at the Hurstbridge railway station. When awakened he was very irrational in his talk, dwelling on the Yea murder. Constable Dank took him to Diamond Creek, but on further investigation it was found that he knew nothing of &nbsp; the tragedy, and was discharged. The man had walked from Heidelberg to Hurstbridge.
UNRESTRAINED BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
UNRESTRAINED BOY. A lad from near Melbourne was taken charge of in Hurstbridge last week by the local constable The father came and took charge of him, but before the train left the station the lad hid himself under the seat, and escaped at Diamond Creek. He had a fit while there, and the local constable at tended to hin and got medical aid. rome time ,afterwards the eonstable had to go into the town, and while away the'bly took his saddle and bridle, put it on another man's horse, and was riding away. He hadc not gone far before he again fell into the arms of the law, and will be dealt with in the children's court. For Influenza Colds take Woods' Great Peppercint Cure
The Findon Harriers. MERNDA-YAN YEAN RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
The Findon Harriers. MERNDA-Y.AN YEAN RUN. (By JOHN PEEL). " What a fine hurting day, 'Tis as balmy as May. And the bounds to the station have come. Every friend will he there, And all trouble and care, Will be left far behind them at home." The above linxes from the old English hunting song occurred to me on Friday last as the master of the above club, with the hbounds, and followed by a large niumber of lady and gentlemen riders moved off from Mernda station. In glorious sun shine, and the air laden with the fragrance of the wattle, is it any wonder one and all were in the best of humour, laughing and talking as they wended their way to Mr. Jef frey's farm, where was the first throw-off. Little time was lost in putting up a hare, which, having no chance with a fresh pack, soon fell a victim. Messrs. Morris and Max well, two stout snppoiters of the club, had " logged " a fox that morn, ing,' and it was decided now to give him a chance for his life. As soon as released Reynard made ...
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Local and General. A meeting will be held in Panton Hill on Saturday, August 5 (to-morrow) to form a cricket club. fTenders are called by the Heidelberg shire council for 300 yards of sandstone metal between Clark's lane and Morang bridge. Mr Albert A Haynes will sell at Eltham to-morrow, at 2 o'clock, furniture, stock, implements and sundries in the estate of the late Robert West; and at 3 o'clock in the estate of the late W Taylor, 1i acres of land at the corner of Bridge and Susan streets, Eltham. Nomination for election to shire coun cils close on Thursday next, and are to be delivered to the returning officers for the various ridings by 4 o'clock. Messrs Coghill and Haughton advertise a sale for Tuesday next at 1.30 pm, at Kangaroo Ground, of furniture and ef fect,'by order of Mr H. C. Benham. A concert and dance will be held in the Panton Hill hall on Friday evening next by the local branch of the R.S.S.I.L.A., the proceeds to be in aid of the clubroom. A first-class programme...
Correspondence, COTTLE'S GULLY—CHAD'S CREEK ROAD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Correspondence, COTTLE'6 GULLY-CHAD'S CREEK ROAD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir,-Two columns of closely printed mat ter on Cr Hewitt. and yet "Some Daylight" says Cr Hewitt's influence is almost nil. It may be that, like Gratiano in the "play, "'%ome Daylight" speaks an infinite deal of nothing; more than any man in all Strath ewen. His reasons are as two grains of .wheat hid in two bushels of chaff: You shall seek all day ere you find them, and when you have them they are not worth the search." It may be true that Cr Hewitt's influence for evil is nil. During his term of ,,ftic uo ta??,:er has been, appointed who takes stock out of the owner's paddock; no money has been wasted on wild-cat schemes, a?n, no ratepavers, however humble, buirie.l and denied assistance. But Cr Hewist's in fluence for good has been shown somewhat powerfully. '?he Varrandyte and Kauga ro:, Ground's roads have had soan money spent on them; a few bridges have been erected on the Watery Gully road, Keu...
COTTLE'S GULLY — STRATHEWEN ROAD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
COTTLE'S GULLY - STRATHEWEN ROAD. TO THE EDITOR OF THI ADYBRTISER. Sir.-Cr Hewitt's reply to my letter is still another instance of his persistent hos tility towards me personally, and to side track your readers as to the question at is sue. His evasion of a 'direct reply to C. T. Harris's splendid letter, and attempt to put .the onus on me, must be patent to anyone interested. He also continues to refer to £480 of repatriation grant money, and ac cuses me of treating the ratepayers as chil dren. If anyone should be blamed for the latter it is Cr Hewitt, who makes a misstate ment, as only about a third part, of the shire's grant was asked to be allocated to the north riding. I may never have been clever at fin auce, but my education, how ever humble, ena bles me to divide £749 by three, and cannot, without juggling, wake the answar £480. It it were necessarv to justify any statements in my previous le t ter I could readily obtain witnesses. A 1 though not appearing in the press repo...
Methodist Church Services. SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 1922. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Methodist Church Services.: SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 1922. Diamond Creek, 11 a.m., Mr Heardmore, M.L.A. ; 7.15 p.m., Mr Lee Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m:, Mr Collom Cottle's Bridge, 3 p.m., Mr Beardmore, M.LA. Hurstbridge, 7.15 p.m., Mr Collim Tanok's Corner 3 p.m., Mr Lee Pantoq Hill, 7.15 p.m., Mr Beardmore,- . M.L A. ? W ! T Glen,, 15 p.m., Mr Rose."....
ELTHAM RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
ELTHAM RED CROSS. A member of the visiting (Macleod' com mittee visited the sanatorium on Wednes day, July 12, with cakes, scones, etc., kindly donated by the following ladies : Mesdames Andrew. Rutter, Isherwood, Grant, Jewell, C. Jarrold, Longstaff and Misses Maplestoneand Apted. Thenext visit will be paid on Wednesday, August 9, when cakes or scones will be gratefully received, and parcelsleft at the railway station will be taken on by the 11.19 train on Wednes day morning.
Correspondence. COUNCIL MATTERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
COrrespondence. COUNCIL MATTERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir,-Just a few lines, in reply to "Coun cillor" in your last issue. - I desire to thank lim for his informatioh re rate defaulters. He states that they pay six per cent inter est on overdue rates, but as the council pays at least 8 per cent on their overdraft, it looks like topsy-turvy finance. I hope "Councillor" is not on the finance commit tee of the council. If he is I can foresee increased rates ere long. I am well aware that the councillors act in an honorary ca pacity, but I am not aware that they al ways do their best for the advancement of the shire. To pay 8 per cent- on overdraft and charge 6 per cent on arrears proves my contention. "Councillor" says there is very little bluff about council business. Then he tells us that the council threaten ed to summon if rates were not paid. Isn't that bluff ! It is nice to hear that there are no mugs in the shire, but all are not millionaires. Apparently there are se...
Picturesque Spots. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Picturesque Spots. T, he Heidelberg Shire Council has published' an attractive booklet en titled "Heidelberg the Beautiful,','1 it contains many illustrations of 'e shire's beauty spots, its recreations and institutions, and its towns and indus tries; " In the couirse of a descriptive narrative of a motor trip through the district, the following details appear with reference to DIAMOND CREBBK and GREENSBOROUGH. In the car again, we sped onward, and I was informed that we had en tered Greensborough Riding. " As you know, " my companion proceeded, "we are now inma true farming district, although barely nine miles from the General Post Office.. How long it will remain a' farming centre is matt r for conjecture, because there is certain to be a rush when the railway electrifi cation is extended from Heidelberg in 1923.. The riding embraces Greens borough and Diamond Creek, and; occupies three-quarters of the entire area of the shire. Beautiful, as you see, but with the inevitable expans...
Football. BOURKE EVELYN ASSOCIATION. Hurstbridge v. Mernda. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Football. BOURKE EVELYN ASSOCIATION. Hurs tridge v. Mernda. One of the largest crowd seen at at football match in this association this season assembled at the -l emorial Park on Saturday. Both teams were strongly represented, and the weather was ideal for the game. Proud won the toss and kicked towards the nor thern goal. Sheridan got a free from the bounce, then Woods, M'Kenzie and F. ilurphy put in good work for Mernda, while Verso and Underwood did splendidly for the home team. After good play by M'Donald, H Christian and Lawrey returned' the ball forward, where Nelson was awarded a free, and F. M ilne, marking, scored t Hurstbridge's first goal from a beau tiful kick. Mlernda immediately re taliated. Woods sent along from the bounce, and Benson passed to Prowd. then a free to Sheridan found the goal. From the bounce Sheridan forwarded, t Holden relieving, and Garsed returned I D.- M'Kenzies next effort. Owens next.took up the attack. but the Apted: Bros. rushed the ball away ag...
Epping v. Whittlesea. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Epping v. Whittlesea. By True Blue. Epping journeyed to Whittlesea on Saturday last, where an uninteresting game resulted from a sporting point of view. Epping were just able to scrape up a team, several of their men being on the sick list. Umpire Rhodes kept the game open, and was quick to penalise any infringement of the rules. The first quarter was evenly contested, there being only a few points differ ence At half-time Epping had in creased their lead to io points. The third quarter was fast and open, Ep ping scoring 5 goals 5 behinds to their opponents z goals. On the bell Whittlesea: supporters crowded -.the ground and made a hostile demon stration against the umpire. They de cided not to play on, and left the ground. Epping waited till. they had all dispersed, and then went quietly to the dressing Yoom, ýThe umpire left the ground in the company of a con stable and several members of the Epping team. Thus ended a game which is a mar on the clean sport that has charrcterised t...
RATING M.M.B. WORKS AREAS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
RATING M.M.B..WORKS AREAS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER Sir,--Your correspondents "Ratepayer' and "Progress" deserve the thanks of the general public and the ratepayers and resi dents. of the shires of Whittlesea, Eltham and Healesville in particular for their help. ful and constructive criticism of the coun cils concerned, and their valuable sugges tions, which, if acted upon, would materi ally assist Mr Everard in his fight for jus tice for the shires concerned. Your cor respondent "Councillor" seems to resent the helpful advice of the above-mentioned correspondents. He should remember that councillors are the servants of the ratepay ers and not their masters, and that shire matters are just as much the ratepayers' business as that of the councillors. Conn cillors undoubtedly do act in an hdnorary capacity, and when they serve the ratepay ers well they deserve credit for it, but where, as in this case, the welfare of our shires is so deeply involved, and so little has been done...