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TILLEY'S ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
TILLEY'S ROAD. Sir,-And so your correspondent "The Magpie " is surprised that anyone should find fault with Cr. Bradbury. then admits that a large sum of money WAS spent on this road. Any councillor who gets a gra velled road to his own door, while other people have to put up with bad ones,: must expect to be regarded as not above sus picion. Has "The Magpie" noticed the incipient creeks that are beginning to develop in the water-tables of some of our back streets? Has he inspected the roads out Mr Rotter's way, or between Research and War. randyfe? If be has.ibe will know that there are none like Tilley's Road. He further tells . ns Cr. Bradbury is well versed in all matters of finance-it seems so, since he has secured a good road at the ratepayers' expense. Auain, your correspondent asks 'what other interest would you wish. him to show ?" Well, he might reasonably be expected to show a live interest in getting the rate re duced from 2s 6d to Is 31 in the £, and the water rate from...
Apology. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Apology. IN our issue of June 30 there appeared some lines over the name of "On looker," and as they were inappropriate and evidently intended to hurt the feel ings of several people, we regret having published them. We had only just taken over the business, and if time had per mitted fora a thorough perusal, they would not have been published.
"DAYLIGHT." TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
"DAYLIGHT." 0o TH? EDITOR OP THE ADVERTISER. Sir,--"Some Daylight" contends thst writing nuder a nom de plume on a public question is fair and legitimate. So it is if it is done decently. But no gentleman maken mean personal insinuations in an anonymous letter. It seems characteristic of this writ. er that he must impute narrow and personal motives to those who differ from him. He saya : "()ne ran appreciate Mr Rlodger's de sire to help one who did to munh for him during his attempts to enter municipal life." I have heard something like this before and have denied it frequently. I even heard that Cr Hewitt had been credited with writing one of my advertisementa for me. How tnyone could either invent or believo such a preposterous tale p:,sses mr compre. heusion. As a matter oi fact, I can only remember seeing Cr Hewitt once during my last "'attempt to enter municipal life " I went specially to see him about certain mat ters of fact, and found him, with his coat off, and his axe in h...
EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
EXPLANATION, TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER SSir,-- see by your last issue that Cr Hewitt quotes an extract from Mr Mann's letter of the 21st ultimo, as corroboration to his state tents regarding Cr White and the extra penny halfpenny rate. I need not point out to your readers that the extract referred to was from Mr MIann's letter in re ply to the one by Cr Hewitt, in which I ai le'e misrepraseutatinns were mande. Tnoua h it is pleasing to flud ex-Cr -Mann corrobor ating Cr Hewitt's statements for once even If indirectly, there might not have been a'snggestion of corroboration had \lr ar?lna ,who was present in the council chautber at the time), trusted more to his o, n hearing and placed less reliance on Cr Hewit.'s written sttement. Thanking you, sir. for this insertion nnd Cr. Hewitt for his brief, subtle reply.-Yours. &c,, 4? T; HARRIS.
THOSE 200 ACRES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
THOSE 200 ACRES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir,-Whilst thanking Cr dewitt for giv ing me a whole letter to myself in your last issue, in answer to mine of the 21st, he has not attempted to refute or answer any of the facts contained in it, but contents himself by giving a series of questious which are ir revelant, and of which No. 4 is the limit. I would refer Cr Hewitt to that old warrior mentioned in the lines learnt years ago The brave old Duke of York, He had five hunlred men, He marched them up to the top of 'the bill. And he marched them down again. So that when Cr Hewitt takes his produce 2 down to the main Queenstown road he cao just go back again. In No. 7 Cr Hewiit asks where are those 200 acres I referred to when I said that for every one acre that can be brought into prfiliable production in Ch Hewitt's route 200 can he brought into this in Mr Mann's route, and if Cr Hewitt does not know tiffs, it is perfectly lain he (")r Hewitt) has not a grip of what he is writ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
In Memoriam. TAYLOR.-In loving remembrance of our dear father, William John, who passed away at his residence, " Pine Avenue,' Eltham, on the 4th August, 1921. Nothing but a memory as we journey on, Longing for a smile and a face that's gone. &nbsp; -Inserted by his childlren.
Eltham Shire. COUNTY—Evelyn. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Eltham Shire.. CoUNTr-Evelyn. PiarsIts-Burgoyne. Sutron, Tarrawarra part Greenaborough, Kinglake, Mouds Nillumbik, Queenstown, Tarrawarrm North. Created a District, 26th Sept., 1856. Pro claimed a Shire, 6th April, 1871. Boun - daries adjusted, 31st May, 1912. Lo?as-£5000 ; Sinking Fund--:3497, President-Cr J Smedlcy. Councillors. SOUTH RIDING. Name Address Retirea Aug. Joseph Bromley Shallard" Eltham 1921 J. W. 11 Bradbury Elthum 19221 WErnest J. Andrew Eltham 192& NORTERNr RIDING. Alexander Camptell, Kinglake 192L Serbert Hewitt. J.1'. St. Andrew's 1922' Robert C. While' Kangaroo Ground 1923: EAST?R?N RIDING. Joseph Smedle3* Y.,rra Gleu- 1921 W ihiam Hubbard. J.P.* Steel's Creek 192-2 Chas. hlicks Bath,.J.P.+ Yarra Glen 192&. * Has been President. Council meets at Shire Office. Kangarao. Ground,. First Monday in month at 11 a.m Secretary attends office from 0lto 4. OrzcERas Secretary, Valuer, and Collector-P'. J. M'Mahon. Enviveer-Charle? John M'Cormack, c s;,. 430...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
MUORING MARKET. Held Every Fortnight. S ALE DAYS for 1922 AS UNDER : JULY 17 and 31 AUGUST 14 and 28 SEPTEMBER 11 and 25 •OCTOBEI 9 and 23 NOVEMBER 6 and 20 LECEMBER, 4 and 18 CLEARING SALES conducted. Valua tiodls'of Property for Probate made by our Sworn Laud Valuator. ADAMSON, S, RETfLE & Co. Pty. Ltd. 396 Bourke-street, Melbourne, PIANOS . PIANOS AND ORGANS Tuned and S Repaired in any part of this district. DROP ME A LINE. LOCAL ADD?eSS F. A. 'NEILL, Upper Dia;mond Creek p.o. Iurstbridge Bakery. H. OLIVER, Proprietor. Bread Delivered to every part of the District. Brown Bread and Small Goods a Specialty. Orders taken on the Shortest Notice. PRODUCE STORE--ITY PRIDES. For Sale. C?OCKERELS, pedigreud, BLACK OR PINUTONS, ?A HITE LEG HORNS, from 15/-. World champions laying strain; 11 years of careful breeding behind this Stuck. Full brothers to pullets doing well at Bandigo Conipetition aqd at Burq!ey. EGGs AND CotICKEaS IN SEASON. Order early to avoid disappointment. Inspe...
THE STRAIGHT TIP. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
THE ýT'RAIGIIT TIP. TO THe EDITOR OF TItE ADVeRTI8?R. Sir,--These facts the ratepayers know to be unbreakable :-l. Cr Hewitt does not convince us what he is talking about. 2. Strathewen people are awai:iun the comple tion of a developmental road before building a co operative cool store. The Arthur's Creek gtbowers are considering the same prl, ject. Cr Hewitt's questions answered briefly for readers, and whose lack of knowledge na this matter is surprising. No. I-What ac tually is the rouse I am advocating ? Answer --No. 1 route when the controversy started; possibly No. 2 route now. No. 2--Hw much unimproved land I have, and h,,w much those on Mr Mann's route have ? An swer-Too much for the benefit of the shire when it is not rated on the unimproved value system. No. 3-Where ire the fifty chains of frontage on any route to the one on Mir M1ann's route ? Answer-On the No. 1, where the surveyors took the levels. No. 4.-If I have a very fair road down hill a few minutes' drive from t...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1922. Public Service. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
THE 01lt at and W hittleoea Y is4e t vertiSer AND Published Every Friday Afternoon FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1922. Public Service. To do good to those around them is the aim of quite a number of people, but ii proportion to population they are numerically small. - Some men take little or no interest in public matters-in the affairs of their town or 'country. They say they have not time, but when the case is analyzed it proves that they are so engrossed witlh their.:own, business . and the pleasures of the day that they do not want to make time for the com munity's good, Again,there are those who are very fond of laying down the law, but do not go any further, as it means a little self-sacrifice. The silent worker is known only to a few, as he does not proclaim what he is doing from the housetops, but gets results that count. Most people have some leisure moments with which to effect good results, an im provement in local conditions, or a benefit to the individual and society generally. It i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Shire of Heidelberg. TENDERS are invited up to 4 o'clock on Tuesday, 15th August, 1922, for the supply of 300 cubic yards Sandstone Metal, between Clark'e Lane and Morang Bridge. Specification may be seen at Shire Office, Heidelberg, and at Cr White's residence, Greensborough.' H. J. PRICE, Shire Secretary. Shire Office, Heidelberg, 2nd August, 1922. Cricket Club. A MEETING of all interested in form ins a Cricket Club will be held at the Panton Hill Hotel on Saturday, August 5th, at 8 p.m. . J. PLUNKETT, Convener. Panton Hill Branch R.S S.I. L.A. AN UP-TO-DATE CONCERT & DANGE Will be held at the PANTON HILL HALL 0q Friday, August 11. 1922, At 8 o'clock. A first-class Program by first-class per formers, including the famous' DIGGER TROUPE in their first perform ance. Noonlight. Admission : Concert, ls ; Dance, Gents, is; Ladies, 6d. Prooeeds in aid of the Furnishing Fund of Diggers' Club Room. C. H. FORD, Hon. Sec. Dance 'at Epping XTILL be held in the Epping Shire Hall on WE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Don't ' Keep a Few Fowls" HAVE LTAYERS ! A Few Choice Breeding Cockerels left I will appreciate Early orders for at£1 is each. ,. AT llhETTINGS SIF RGGS-(W L.) 7s 6d White Leghorn - xr own 'spleidiad' H-eftrerting; £2 10slper 100. strain. . DAY OLD CHICKS-(W.L.) 15s per Rhode Island Red - JAMES RTAN's dos., £1 10s per 25; £2 10s per 50, competition strain. . £5 5s per 100. - Black Orpington-GRnAHA OHRISTIE `Chickens forwarded safely to any ad- I strain. dress within. 250 miles. V. L. SORENSEN, - HURSTBRIDGE Local Agent for the Famous 'KARsWooD " FOULTRY ?8ICE.' Will make any lazy hen lay. Pays for itself. A 2s packet will do 20 hens for 32 days. S (SUCCESSOR TO WYEST Rs09.) 3. Coachbuilder, Shoeing and General Smith, ; ELTHAM. FTE R many years experience of Diseased Feet and SBad Teeth, which I always give carefulf attention 0 to, I trust the Residents of Eltham and District willgive me their support. Horse Medicines in Stock. Painting and Rubber Tyres a specialty. CLIPPING DONE Ber...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
THE Post Office Store. O-tAS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, Draper-y, -Clothing, etc.-- We specialise in suits. to, measure .. Satisfaction guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose. from. A trial order solicited. (LATE OF A.I.F.) HURSTBRID GE. CR1 GKE T .IA T?RIAL At your Service for Mntnal Pr fit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy ports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 ' C~GEIý,IG T 2EýT SUPPLIED complete-BATs, BA-LLs, LEG GUA.RDS. STUMPS, GLOVES, MATTI NGS , e BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. New .Handles Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. / CRIGilET BALLS recovered equal to new. Best va!uo of all Sportinig oods guaranteed. A trial will Oorqvince you 389-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. 16DORSET HOUE, IHURSTB RDGE. -- O --- Under New iVianagement. 15 Rs . E INS, PROPRIETRE SS, BEST ACCOMMODATION for Boarders and Week-lEnders. Only one class of Australian Wines kept-THE BEST. Good Stabling. Efficient Gtoomn. Prices rig...
DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. The final match in connection with this association was played at Temple- stowe on Saturday last between the Greensborough and Diamond Creek teams. After a good exhibition of football Greensborough annexed the premiership by 28 points. Final scores: —Greensborough, 11.4; Diamond Creek, 5.12. &nbsp; The beauties of Panton Hill were ex- tolled in the Heidelberg-Melbourne train the other day by a lady who paid her first visit to that charming district. She men- tioned that the preacher in the local church was a visitor, and took as his subject "The Panton Hills."
Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Eltham. (PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) On Sunday morning the residence of Miss Godfrey was burned to the grouri~:c There was no one in occu pation" at Ehie time, and the cause of the fire is not known The residence, at one time. belonged to the late Mr Prout Webb, and was one of the old est houtses in the district. Thieves tried to gain- admittance to the business premises of Mr G. A. Danslow; hairdresser and tobacconist,. Main-street, Eltham, on Thursday evening, 27th ult. They succeeded in bursting one of th'e locks on the door, but the other- baffled .their attempts to open it. They made an effort to burst open one of the door panels, but were evidently disturbed, as they went away without gaining admittance. The recent reports of housebreak ing at Eltham will, no doubt, lead one to expect an advertisement of.. this kind :' " Wanted houses to rob." The Eltham branch, of the Vic 'torian'ithility? Poultry B-eeders' Ass6 ciation held a very successful euchre party and dance on' Saturday ...
Whittlesea Fair of 1859. INTERESTING FACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 4 August 1922
Whittfesea F.air of I859.. INTERESTING FACTS. 'The fame of the Whittlesea Show is well known throughout Victoria, as: well- as the excellent annual-exhibit at, the Melbourne Royal Show.; Interest is naturally centred 'in'such a societr and as Whittleseas first fair d frogm 1859, the follow.ing particulr.s,. kindly supplied to. us by Mr W.. R. Merrielees (secretary of_ the Whittle sea Agricultural Society)' are of gen. eral intere t. The details contained in. the now famous poster are . "Stop.! Stop, t! Stop ! ! L The Gret. Fair will be held at Whittlesea, Up per Plenty, near Yan Yean Reservoir, on. Tuesday, 3rd May, 1859. Stock: Pens,.&c.,, ai.ep.reted: No entrance charged- for horses Cattle, Sheep,.. Pigs, Poultry or-Farm-Pi-oduce. Hur ry to and alirrah, for Whittlesea !". The following is a copy of the first subscription list : Whittleseea Fair, 18-59---The gan tlemen/of:the Upper Plenty and neigh borhood are respectfully informed that. the first. Whittlesea Fiir wi h:be h...
COTTLE'S GULLY—CHAD'S CREEK ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 August 1922
COTTLE'S GULLY-CHAD'S CRlEK . ROAD. Str.--As you have stated that your. space. is limited, I shall confine my remarks to thr,.e things. (1) As the Ž .rth- riding con tributes neirly one-half the rates, and pays nearly one-half the expenses of the slire, the Nortbhridiug. receives nearly one-half of any grant made, - and very often more.than half. So Mr- Mann need. not divide £749 hby three. lHe.shuuld tell us how much was spent on the Bowden spur. I said £480 rj"most of the-soldiers' money." .I kept an account while the Bowden spur work was on, and my. total came tQ £48Q without cer tain incidental. expenses. ' There was still ,bout, £20 of - the repat.iation grant un claimed, and I tried to obtain this for the only returned sp!dier ,who lives near the spur -Geore ldairdie ;Ifailed.. The papers are at my hbuse and -cani be inspected at any time. ,'The' North riding, contributes this year £2448 i9, ratesout-of..a total of £5142 for the wltole shire, i.e., £t23 leessthan: one half the...
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 August 1922
Diamond Creek. * (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.)'i' Great excitement prevails through out .the district, owing to the fact that a local ecclesiastic has decided to bring up a number 'of professional boxers .on September 5. Whispers are going around that Jack Ross and Lou Brooks are going to have a try at featherweiglits, and a namber of would-be boxers are training on the quiet. Another rumour is that a well-known trainer of the local foot ball club. is looking' for someone's scalp.
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1922. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 August 1922
T. HE Etlt atts and Whiitte ea ýhir st - dvertiser AND : iatola Irarh WaIteg jb ua c e Published Every Friday Afternoon FRIDAY, AUUUST II. 1922. " Local and General. The Eltham council.ieport appears on page 4.. Letters, a wedding report, and other items are held over. " Over sixty letters were dealt with at the last Eltham council meeting. A meeting at Kangaroo Ground cricket club will be lield on Satnrday next. Tenders foi. painting close on Thursday. next. - Mr Albert A.Haynes will hold a sale of 23 blocks of land at Greensborough to morrow airibnoon. A meeting will be held in the Panton Hill hall on Wednesday next to form a district rifle club. A business site in Northcote, with a frontage of 7, feet, Was sold this weekat £82 a foot. Dr Rollason, of Heidelberg, notifies the residents of Eltham and Greensborough that he visits those towns every week. Mi A.: R. McKenzie, blacksmith, of Yarra Glen, notifies that he has purchas ed Mr R. Bull's business. A delegates' meeting of the N...
TENNIS CLUB BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 11 August 1922
TENNIS CLUB BAZAAR. On Saturday last, August 5, the com mittee of the' Diamond Creek tennis club held a fancy bazaar to raise funds to com plete the.courts partly constructed, on the ground recently purchased. The.,effort was a highly successful one, and. thbsum of £56.has already. been cleared.. The President of the shire-(Cr Hannah) opened; the fete with an appropriate spe.ch. The following were the principal stalls: Fancy stall, conducted by the hon. secre tary of theclubh.Mrs C. C. Lawrey),.ably assisted by Mrs' Bell and Miss Reid; jumble stall, Mesdames Cordner and P. Lawrey, assisted by Mrs Cook; sweets, Mrs Reeves, assisted by Misses R. God ber, and Weigland; penny dip, Miss Faith Cook; produce, Messrs C. U. Law rey and W. J. Cook ; refreshments, Misses Leach and Miller, and Mrs Hawke. One of the chief items of interest was a baby show. Class I-Children under 12 months, daughter of Mr and Mrs A.ýert Collins, 1; Mr and Mrs Mealy, 2. Children under two years, daughter of Mr and...