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Panton Hill. PROPOSED MEMORIAL CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
Panton Hill. 'PROPOSED MEMORIAL CRoSS. A public meeting of subscribers and all interested in the erection of" a memorial cross to the memory of the fallen soldiers-of Panton Hill and district was held itn the Gihson Memorial Hali bn" 'Ti" da evening. 8th inst. The Rev. E. S. Chase was elected chairman,and .before opening the "subject for, general discussion said be had spoken to some of the relatives of the district's fallen soldiers and they favored the churchyard for a memorial site, particularly'as the me morial was to take the form of a cross. If erected in the churchyard it " could be re garded as in a place of safe keepine The attendance was' then 6tnmiie'ated on by the few present--mostiof: whom. were re .turned soldiers-and the view. was held that the ie'etirig.'was 'not representtatiie of the: pablic of :Phuton Hill. Mr Cleave sugoested that. somet:hin, pee= haps wag overlooked, or that the sentiments of the people had ot't been appealei1 to in quite the proper mariner. Peo...
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Receipts. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. FINANCIAL STATEMENT. Receipts. Rates current-S£69, N £13018s £72 4s 8d ... ... £272 2 8 Arrears of rates-S £10 5s Id, £13 5s 9r, E £15 8 9d ... 38 19 7 Interest on rates-S £1 10s 6d N£3 7s 7d, N £1 16s 5d ... 6 14 6 Fines and costs ... ... 1 6 0 Dog registration fees-S £13 S5 N £1, E £4 5 .. ... 35 10 0 Pan fees-S £8 13s 6d, E £10... 8 13 6 Building fees-S ... ... 2 10 0 £375 16 3 Riding Balances. South, r. ... ... ... £534 10 5 East, er. ... ... ... 177 17 3 Trust ac. East, or. ... ... 296 13 6 1009 1 2 North, dr. ... ... ... 775 0 1 Cash book balance, or. ... £234 1 1 Cheques outstanding ... 149 17 5 Balance as per pass book ... 383 18 6 Eltham Water Supply Account. Rates current ... ... £50 18 3 Rates arrears ... ... 9 10 0 Meter charges ... ... 7 2 9 Interest ... ... ... 4 3 Overdraft ... ... ... 140 0 6 £207 15 9 By overdraft last report ... £203 15 9 Cheques drawn last meeting 4 0 0 £207 15 9 Yarra Glen Water Supply. Payments to bank ... .. £115 18 3 Over...
Cherry Tree Road. TRANSFERS AND TITLES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
Cherry Tree Road. TRANSFERS AND TITLES. Cr. Hewitt has forwarded the following for publication :-As there is much mis understanding about the Cherry Tree Road titles and documents, I forwarid for. 'your inspection the' dociments referring to the matter. The followiing is' an ab stract of these documents: L August 21, 1921 (almost' a year ago)' Hill and Talbot (solicitors to the shire) i acknowledging receipt from Cr Hewitt of title in name, of Geo. W. PurcelL 2. August 24, 1921.-Hill and Talbot, acknowledgipng transfers, to the' Eltham council, signed by (a) Mrs Elizabeth Moore; (b) Arthur G. Mills; (c) G. W. Purcell;(d) C. Cleaves; (ea Fred.WClarke.: 3. August 24, 1921.-Hill and Talbot, acknowledging receipt of titles in. the names of (a). Mrs Elizabeth Moore, (b) Fred. W. Clarke. On the samie day I in 'formed the shire solicitor that Mr.Millls' was,at Da?hiore. and that the Savings .Bank had received instructions to allow the shire solicitor' to 'have .Mr Cleave's title. ' 4. Nove...
NEW BUSINESS METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
NEW BUSINESS METHODS. All nations want to sell to other nations, but no nation, if it can help it, wants to buy from other nations. The efforts made to sell are sometimes startling. For example, at the present time France is making a special effort to sell to Canada. French manufac turers have an exhibition train, con sisting 9f large cars filled with typical products of French industry, rushing through the Dominion. The train is accompanied by a de'rgaticon of repre sentatives of French representatives of French industry, who take every oppor tunity .of setting forth in glowing eloquence the high merits of French wares. These representatives are en tertained by public bodies in public bodies in public halls, when they take care to make known the object of their mission. But the new departure is not going to end there. ('anada is going to do in France what France is doing in Canada. This year. it appears, Canadian manufacturers are to hay an exhibition train running through France, ...
ELTHAM COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
ELTHAM COURT. : At Tuesday's court, before Messrs J. Bell; E. W. Smithers, A. H. Price, and C. Wrraight, J.P.'s, the following cases were disposed of;-P. J. Burke v. Edgar Bo gall, claim £14 11s 5d; order, for amount and 6s costs. Lawrence and McKenzio v. D. Wilaon, order for £7'2s 3d and coats. Geo. T. Herbert v. David Groves, .claiin £12, for use and occupation of household land; order for amount and 7s costs J. J. Owen was lined 10s nri. 123 6d'cods for trespassing on railway land at Greens borough. Robt. McCulloch was fined:IOs for failing to have his child vaccinated. On the application of.Constable Rose an order was granted prohibiting licensed victuallers in the Eltham and Heidelberg shires from serving David and Alice Wheeler. E. C. Wilson was granted a carrier's license.- BEfore commencing the business .Constable Sargent was welcom ed by the Justices. Cr. Price was wel comed back to thabench after an absence 'in other countries. In respondinghe gave a brief description of w...
COUNCIL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
COUNCIL ELECTIIONSL Voters are reminded of their duty to the candidates who are standing for mu-, iniipal honors on Thursday next. In the North riding of the Eltham shire there is a contest between Cr Hewitt and ex-Cr Mann, the third candidate (Mr J. Kinmp ton) having retired so as to leave a straigh out contest. In the Greenshor ough riding of the Heidelberg shire Cr Lbrimer is being opposed by Mr E. C. Leach, and both are residents of Dia-. mond Creek. Keen interest is beingtaken in both elections, and ratepayers are ex pected to supplort their candidates, by ex ercising their rights at the poll.
MORANG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
* MORAN.G MARKET. Adamson, Strettle and Co. Pty. Ltd. ..report-i holdin~gtheir : usual. fortnightly sale at.tliheirorang yarda.on Monday last, before a fair attendance: of buyers. :ThemB was- al; average; 4yarding, but throughout the sale competitidn was slack and prices generally were about the same ashdse ruling at. present in Mel bourne? ,,l?ee was a good yarding of pigs,?whlcih met with good competition, and a total clearance was effected at eat isfactory prices. . The next -Mor ag liar ket will beiBeld on'Monday;,August i 8.
SUICIDE AT KINGLAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
SUICIDE AT KINGLAKE. Oh Friday evening last Constable C. D'ink;'of Hurstbridge, received word by telephone that an old 'man was found dead ia'a.?1itat Kindlake. When he ar rived there he saw the body of-Jim Cree, •a man of:.-65. years of age, with a large wound in,the'throat, the windpipe.being almost severed. Near the deceased's hand?:.was:; a: worn 'table knife, covered with blood. The body was found by R. E. Shelton,-who is caretaker on Mr Rua eel's orchard, where the hut is situate. Decpatecl'tdi-beein given permission a few days' previously to camp in the hut.. On Wedesaday..he. eemed very despon dent and would not talk.
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1922. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
THE ta ..tts . thittie. .eI i t Piublished Every Friday Aftern on FRIDAY, AUGUST 18. 1922. ,Locil and. General. A wedding raport and.tie Eltlai'm shire engineer's report and financial statement appear on. page. 4. - Several letters are unavoidably .held over, but 'will appear next issue. . A correspondent writes :-"Evidently some of the-Hi?stbridge -youths consider themselves "girlie" enough to attend a Girls' Club meeting. District cricket clubs desirous of enter'. ing the North Riding Shire of Eltham Cricket Association's'competition for the: season 1922-23 are reminded that a dele gates' meeting will be held at Queens town on Mom~day; 21st, at & p.m. - Captain Fethers;, B.V.Sc., notifies that be will be at Mlr Graham's forge, Harst bridge, on Friday, August 25. Mr Albert A. .Haynes will hold his Greensborough market on Monday next. The Upper.Diamond Creek postoffice has been moved toBalee, a mile nearer Diamond Creek. Balee has been - re named. Wattleg~en,, the name being...
BOWDEN'S SPUR ROUTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
BOWDiN'S SPUR ROUTE. TO -THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER Sir'-As a member of the Strathewen Progress Association, I wish to take excep. tion to Mr Rodger's letter which appeared in last week's "Advertiser." Although it did not benefit me as an individual to sup'port the Bowden Spur road, I gave it my sup port, realising it was a boon for Kinglake growers to get their produce by a short, clean foute toHuratbridge. Althongh.small and outlying .we will compare more than faiorably in the matter of sectional voting, which was Panton HilL's strong point,under Mr Rodger's guiding hand, and in the out put of produce. Cr tiewitt, after dealing with election matters, mentionsbis inten tion of publishing. the names of property owners on each route, with their acreage, valuation; etc. This will not give.any indi cation of the value.of the diferent routes to the shire or State fora developmental road. It is the country they ivill serve and develop that counts. Publishing these figures from the shir...
THE COMING ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
lTHE COUMING ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF- THE ADVERTISER Sir,-As a ratepayer and one who ought to know something of the requiremehts u:o the district, I would like to bring a few facts before the electors with reference to the choice of a candidate. I wish it to be understood that I hold no brief for: any can didate, but I must say that during the time ex-Cr Mann represented us the interests of the ratepayers of the riding and shire gene rally were well 'conserved. I can say Mr Mann devoted time and attention to the roads not only in his own immediate locality. but in distant parts of the shire. I would point out that for 12 months after Mr Mann was defeated the main, Arthur's Creek" road and many others were totally. neglected, some of the- culverts being positively dan gerous. -Yonrs, &c., HUGH MACMILLAN. Arthur's Creek.
A REPLY TO MR. RODGER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
A REPLY TO MRH. RODGER.,. TO .THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. Sir;-Because a hard surfaced, well graded road along Bowpen's spur (to enable Cen tral and East Kiuglake people to bring their produce direct towards the city via their natural railway station, Hurstbridge. instead of going miles out of their way to Yarra Glen or Whittlesea, as many now do) was not completed by a few chains, Mr Rodger and OCr Hewitt argue that the money spent was wasted. I1 believe the proper course would be to spend a little to complete it, and then it will no longer be " the Bowden's Spur failure.' If the engineer claicns that thenm oney spent would be wasted, as Mr :Rodgr says he did, was it not only because h h heId that the money allotted was- not enough to. nmpiete thk road ? Why hinipme Mr Mann for what tlie whoib?:iuoiicil was 'responsible for ? If the council repreten'.a tive was responsible for wasting " (?) money and not taking the engineer's advice, as' thei gentleman referred to argue, then as ...
SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
SOCIAL EVENING. A very enjoyable evening was spent in the Hurstbridge hall on Weddesday; Au gust 9, when Miss Jean Davies was the guest of the 1urstbridge Girls' Club. The I time was spent in dancing, singing and oards,.and the hour of departure came all too soon. Mr Bertrand, on behalf of the Girls' Club,.welcomed- Miss Davies, and' in a few appropriate remarks, wished her :every. happiness .in her married life. Three hearty cheers were then given for their guest, and one for "Bob," after sing ing for "He's a Jolly Good Fellow." Mr Arthur Davies responded on behalf of his sister. Mr Bertrand sang "Away in Athlone" and "The end of a Perfect Day," and Miss Goldman gave two monologues, all of which pleased their listeners. The music was supplied by Miss Goldman and Mr Howard. A dainty supper was 'served, ,and the evening was brought to a close by all joining h2nds and singing " Auld Lang' Syne." A report of ;the wedding will appear later.
Football. BOURKE EVELYN ASSOCIATION. Epping v. Hurstbridge [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
Football. BotyRIx EVELYN ASSOCATION.. Epping v. Hurstbridge [By True Bluer Epping jouaneyed to Doreen on Saturday. last to play Hurstbridge, and a game which, although, not good football, was interesting! -to spectators "resulted. The day was ideal for football, being, cold and showery The ball and ground, were both greasy, and the players often crawled, slit or uolled in des perate attempts to get their hands on the evasive leather. Epping won the -toss and kicked towards the grandstand goal. I'On the bounce Mason forwarded, Murphy was fouled and from a free punted a behind. On the kick off Epping forwarded, and (G. Tag gart picking up. smartly from a acrimmage punted a :,goal. 'Bridge then forwarded from the bounce, but Escott was a stumbling block and, passed to Mason on the hill wine. He forwarded and Brazil securing scored a sizer. Play then remained around --the 'urstbridge goal, and the Eptiinaites scored several voints. - t half-time the scores were --Epping, 2 10 ; Hurstbri...
NORTH RIDING ELECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
NORTH RIDING ELECTION. TO 7B" EDITOR 01 THE ADYERfTIsER. Sir,-Being a conpsrat reader of yoon 'rvery 'valuable paper, I venture, oo;the e?ve r?-.of:=the- election 'fr'a member for the7North. riding of the shire of Eltham, to put in a .fgw. words in favor of Mr Mann,, whom I have known all his life and his parents before bhir ; being also, to acertain extent, -pecuniarily iiterested in the shire of El thamu,. I have the greater coufidence in expressing my views re the election. With. out wishing for one momeunt to be personal, my reason for'advocating M.\r Mann's retur is that has he has grown with the district and all his interests are- bound therein, and.., moreover, as he is a practical man in council work, being qualified to-in the maili if necessary-execute and do themajbr portion. ---of the work pertaining to a shire council. Mir Lan served the ratepayers well in the past, and I have no reason to doubt would doeso in the future if elected. Mr Mann is a member of a family honore...
Methodist Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
Methodist; Church Services. Methodidt Church Ser'ices will be held as.toli9"s -.. . .. S* NDAY IAGUST 20, 1922. Diamond Cree,?, 11 in., Mr. Alilridge 7.15 p.m.. r Pr.ollom Arthut'Ps -Creek,.' p.i ,'"Mr Collom : COttie's B'idge- 3 p.ni., Mr Aldridge - H·tirsthFrid Bjl;iu. Y .Mt:A. i TancklA4'orrin&i,?.6in,. Mr lN.Wiggan. ' Panitn H ill-.r5 :m'. Mr Aldridge -Wittle 'Gen,' ' p.'.m.-Mr -Freeman ." .; ?.^ j..', ? '*-?:.- . • . , . _ .
Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
Eltham. -----0--- (7roM OUR CORRESPONDINT.) Cr Bradbury is the only nominee for the vacant seat in the South Rid 'ing of the Eltham.Shire Council This will be Or Bradbury's second term of office as a representative of this riding. He has shown gieat interest in the locality during his tenure of office. He has been associated with proposing and supporting movements, which tend towards the advancement and beauti fication of.our town. We congatulate Cr Bradbury on his succession to an other term of office. SOn Friday, August 11, the counci' officials replanted the honor avenue. Many of the trees originally planted had died, and in response to a request from the Progress Association the Council decided to replace the trees. Mr Miller, of Eltham, surprised Reynard last week. The ravages of foxes were causing concern' in the locality,'-especially amongst -poultry. Mr Miller surprised these two .in. an old culvert adjacent to his homestead. One was easily dislodged and disposed of, but the...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
Marriage. MURPHY-MULLER.- On the 24th June, at St. Andrew's Church of England, by the Rev E. Selwyn Chase, James T., eldest son of Mr.a nd Mrs. Joseph Mur phy, of Arthurs Creek, to Matilda &nbsp; Louisa, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto J. Muller, of' Queenstown. In Memoriam. &nbsp; RYAN.-In sad and loving memory of my dear wife Mary, and' our dear mother, who passed away on August 16th, 1920 also my dear daughter and our dear sister Mary, who passed away on August 13th, 1918; So sadly missed. &nbsp; Inserted by all at "Airlie," Diamond Creek.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
.Capt. FETHERS. S BV.Sc. (MELBOURK INIVERSITvY), TILL be at Mr. D. G. GRAHAM'S Forge at Hurstbridge on- Friday, Augut,4.-?tjl from .3,q. a.m. ,tI)1 1 p.m. All olasses of Veterinary Work pnay be arranged for with Mr. Gr4ham.: D O you know.? If not make his ao , quaintance GEO. A. DANSLOW, Hairdresser & Tobacconist (Opposite Eltham Station.) "GaNs' HAmL CUT, is BoYs 9d. ForDandruff try Toilel Parrafin. Imported Cigarettes and biat.:igars kept. Briar Pipes-from z a i tRo9 p'a beat 2a, others from Cd easo6 Shire of Eltham. To THE RATEPAY4RS. OF TE NORTH RIDING. LADIES AND GEINTLaUxN, T lREE years ago .I offered. myself as your representative. with the special object of .putting , the finances on a business footing.,5 You did me the honour of electing me, and I may claim that I have fairly carneed:,ut -my: part of the bargain. I have looked after your interests with the iesult ihat the overdraft of £3130 (actual figures) has been entirely paid off-in addition to various outstandi...