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COTTLE'S BRIDGE-CHADD'S CREEK ROAD. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
COTTLE'S BRIDGE-CHADD'S CREEK ROAD. TO THU EDITOR OF THE ADVBRTIBER. Sir,-According to promise 1 supply par ticulars of properties along the rival routes, The first part of the road -from Cottle's Bridge to Taylor's corner or Hil debrand's-and the end Chadd's Creek or Mr Mann's property is fixed-by the Board. The question in dispute is the route from Taylor's corner to Chadd's Creek. No. 2 route-Mr Mann's-goes down Hector's Gully and along Green's Hill to the main Arthur's Creek-Strathewen road, which it follows to Chadd's Creek. The properties along this route (leaving out Freeman's and Hildebrand's, which being at the corner, are on either route, although the houses and entrances are on No. 1 routel are as follows: .1. Christian's-61 acres;' valued at £12;' no house. 2. Green's-179 acres ; no house ; valued at £76 i; but this valuation includes' an ex tra 60 acres with house arnd orchard. 3. M'Donald's-236 acres; no house; valued at £35; but this valuation again in aoludesian addi...
CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
CORRECTION., . TO2 Kar oDIrfo o0 TWO ADYVm TIm7i. Sir,--In your issue of the 11th ybu re .port that- portion of our shire council .meeting-very unsatisfactorily, as you say ,;:,.that the.President asked Cr Hewitt what. became of the title he took away. Or Hewitt replied he handed them to. Mr Purcell-not to our solioitors-niotwith, standing the council had paid for the land, but we had not got our..title.- Yours, &., J. SMEDLEY.
WHERE'S THAT £480 GONE? [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
. WHERE'S THAT £480 GONE? - Sir,- Cr Hewitt *will persist in. stating that- the-above amount was wasted oi Bow deu's.Spur. Would he publish the amounts paid (a' Wages, (b) sUlpervision,'(c) wrongly spent on 1lurdie's road. The Strathewen Progress Association advocated this road, Mr J. Mann backed it up, and bad 'he been returned at last election we would have one of the finest roads in the shire, a road an paralleled in the whole State for scenery,'a more direct road to central Kinglake, and a lasting memorial of the great war; and at no expense to the council. This road must be. completed sooner or later, and the funds must come' from the rateyayerse; since the time is past for repatriation grants., The waste of money rests not with Mr Mann. hut, his successor, who advocated first.Bald Hill.i secondly . Queenstown Bridge, and lastly Memorial Park, and failing in his efforts was determined to out Bowden's Spur and ob tained; :satisfactory results to, himself. Yours. ac., W. HORNE, '...
BOWDEN'S SPUR. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
- BOWDERNS -SPUR. TO THE EDITOR OF THI ADVERTISER. Sir--As the time is opportune, I should like to place the facts relative to the above before your readers, to enable them to judge whether the Strathewen Progress Assecia -tion (not any one councillor) in its rtquest for a portion of the North riding's share of the repatriation grant, to be spent on the above spur, committed such a grave blunder as some would have them believe: As I was appointed to introduce the request, I naturally am prepared to justify its claims, We had more than one reason for our re quest ; they were :-1. 'The openilg up of the Peter's Creek, one of our beauty spots, whiih compares favorably with many others in Victoria. 2. As a connecting link. be tween Kinglake and Strathewen this spur is ideal, on acconut of its shortnesa, and its great suitability for road making.- It would open up Crown lands. The work was of a national character, and complied with the counitions of the grant, It was rekolved to notify t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
Don't "Keep a Few Fowls" . HAVE LAYERS I A Few Choice Breeding Cockerels left I will apprei:iate Eairly Orders for at £1 Is each. SETTINGS OF l,:GGt--(W L.) 7s 6d White Leghorn - xw -owx-plendid - - per-setting, £2 los per 100. strain. DAY OLD, CHICKS-(W.L.) .15s per Rhode Island Red - Jaxas rA?x's doz., £1 10s per 25, £ -'10s per 50, competition strain. . £5 5. per 100. Black, Orpington--o.xAx caarsTin Chickens forwarded safely to any ad strain dress within 250 miles. V. L. SORENSEN, - HURSTBRIDGE Local Agent for the Famous "KARswooD " POULTRY :PIOB. Will make any lay, hen lay. Pays for itself. A 2s packet will do 20 hens for 32 days. E. GADD, R. S,.S (SUCCESSOR TO WEST BROS.) Coachbuilder, Shoeing and General Smith, ELTHAM. A FTE R 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. Painting and Rubber Tyres a specialty. CLIPPING DONE -...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
THE Post Office Store. HAS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, -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.) HURSTBRIDGE. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. H U RSTBR I DGE. A B. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. CR1 CKE T JIA TERIA L At your Service for Mutual Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 SUPPLIED complete-BATS, BALLs, Lao GUAnRD. STUMPS, (GLOVES, MATJ;lGS, BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. New Handles Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRICIKET BALLS recovered equal to new. Best value of all Sportiqg Coods, guaranteed. A trial will Coqvince yea 389-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT W MADL IN AUTrRALIA BY AUSTRALTANS 28 Years Experience. Phone 144, Northcote Factory, 'Northoote. City ad...
Heldelberg Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
Heidelberg Shire Council. The monthly meeting was held in the shire hall, Heidelberg, on Tuesday ,evening;. 4 CORRESPONDiNCE : Seventeen residents of Grace Park, asking for water supply to Grace Park. -Engineer to report . Greensborough cricket club, asking for use of park.--Referred to riding member... Country Roads Board, authorising calling of tenders for re-decking bridge at Diamobnd Creek and er'ecting foot biridge.-Tenders to be called aýsoo n, as.possible. . Ranger Wi. 8. Laurie reported-ins 'pounding eighteei'x head of stock and ,paying over , Ia rs & . The Inspector of Nuisances reported` on, drainage at Flintoff street,. Greens borough.-Referred to. engineer and riding members, It is recommended that enquiries be made by' the secretary as to whether M r Ryar's-- slaughter-yard, Diamond Creek;.is-satisfactory" to. the. Health De partment ,before- the slaughtering li- cense is rinewed. F. Buttferworl's su.bdivision;, Greens borough .and A. H. Price's, suhdivi sion,; ...
Correspondence. WHO WAS RESPONSIBLE? [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
Correspondence; WHO WAS' RESPONSIBLE ? Sir.-Your correspondent, Dayid. Rodger, accuses me.of._wasting hundreds of pounds of ratepayers' mo?iey, add holds me respon i: ble for making the Bowden's pur project a failure. ie, goes on to say Cr li.witt was elected to stop this waste. Why did not Cr Hewitt do so ? Not one peney of the £280 grant was spent on Bowden's Spur till over THREE months after I was defeated at the election. Who, then, was responsible for the mismanagement and neglect which allowed the hundreds to be spent in the wrong place, and the. wrong way, if not the *district representative, Cr Hewitt,?. 1 main tain that, had the grant been speautwhere I wanted it and" how I wanted it tb be spent,. the Bowden's Spur project would have'been as lively to-day as it was 50 years ago, .when seventeen teams were carting palings down it. To-day many teams would have been carting potatoes down Bowden's Spur to Hurstbridge; but no, in spite of Cr Hewitt being elected to stop waste, h...
Eltham Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
Elthams Cri-cket Clubi The annual- meeting of the-clLb was: held on Tuesday,. August "i.5 Mr Birchall (president):was in the chair. The balance- heetfdisclosed: a su:rpus of £4 2s,. despite the heavy expenses during the season. The receipts were. £2 1'917, and expenditure £22 17 7. Patrons supported the "crub to.the ex- tent of £11 5- ': The balince-sheet was adopted.orr the motion of Mr 0.. Gollings. rThe-presidbat:presented his. report, ' which ?disclosed. some. inter-. esting statistics. The played'matches. were 30, out of which 25f were won. The total umnber of -runs for the season were 2108 and the number of wickets fallen 184-average of 11.34. Mr 0. Nicholls headed the batting list with. an average of- 22.6 runs,, and L. ;Fitzsimmons took first honors as a. bowler with the average. of 4.5 runs. per wicket. The report was received on the motion of Xi r J McOoll. Mr Fitzsimons movedthat the crub carry on for the season 1922-1923. M r( G Birchall', was re-elected as. •President, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
For the sleepless and the hopeless Who endure affliction's blight There are grim and gloomy shadows " In the silence of the night." But for weary, gasping mortals With bronchitis to endure, Cheering lights spreads thro' the portals Where there's Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. MORANG MARKET. Held Every Fortnight. SALE DAYS for 1922 AS UNDER: AUGUST and 28 SEPTEMBER II and 25 OCTOBER 9 and 23 NOVEMBER 6 and 20 DECEMBER 4 and 18 CLEARING SALES conducted. Valua tions of Property for Probate made by our Sworn Land Valuator. ADAMSON, SIRETTLE & Co. Pty. Ltd. 396 Bourke-street, Melbourne, P. RYAN & SONS, BUTCHERS, DIAMOND CREEK AND HURSTBRIDGE, BEG to notify that carts will run as follows: Arthur's Creek and Strathewen-Tuea days and Fridays. Queenstown and Panton Hill-Wednes days and Saturdays. Tanck's Corner, Diamond Creek, Research and Kangaroo Ground Wednesdays and Saturdays. Prime Mealat Reason'!'-e Prir You can RELY on ELEPHANT BRAND Lime Sulphur Better than the BEsT bu...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
Wedding Bells. MURPHY-MULLER. &nbsp; A very pretty wedding, which &nbsp; aroused much interest, was celebrated at St. Andrews Church, Queenstown, on Saturday, June 24, when Miss &nbsp; Matilda L Muller, second eldest &nbsp; daughter of Mr and Mrs. O. J. &nbsp; Muller, of "Flowerdell," Queenstown, was married to Mr. James T. Murphy, &nbsp; &nbsp; eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph &nbsp; Murphy, of " Middle View," Arthur's &nbsp; Creek. Long before the appointd d Shour the church was filled to over flowing, and during the ceremony the crowd of relations and interested I fri(-!ds extended beyond the porch I and churchyard to the pretty arch of i flowers over the gateway. The church itself was most beautifully decorated 3 by friends of the bride, streamers from C side to side hung from the ceiling, ] supporting a wedding bell. while a second very beautiful arch, with the r initial of the bride and bridegroom, a span...
AN UNACCEPTED CHALLENGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 18 August 1922
ANK UNACCEPTED CHALLENGE. TO THB EDITOR OF THE ADVBRTISea. Sir,-Two issues of your paper have been printed since my last letter appeared. Every statement I made I gave reasons for, and again challenge Cr Hewitt to. deny them. If not, he should abandon his agitation for a developmental road for himself, from Cott-le's Gully along the wall-known desert range between Q zeentstown and Upper Ar teur's Creek. Cr Hewitt ha. for some time, and still is, advocating the wasting of the taxpayers' and ratepdyers' money in con structiug and.maintaining," another " road. I also challenge Cr Hewitt to repeat pub licly his "main " argument against Mr Mann's route. If he will do so the 'itblic will be provided with much entertainment as well as instruction, in a brau new theory in economics.-Yours, &c.. DENIS MURPHY, JUN. Streamville, Arthur's Creek..
HEIDELBERG SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 August 1922
HEIDELBERG SHIRE GreeuhboroughRiding:-E.. C. Leach, of Diamond:Creek, 353; R. J. Lorimter, 341; majority for Leach 12,. The polling at Diamond Creek was'Leach 126, Lorimer 87, Glen Park Leach 33, I?rimer 0. Heidelberg Riding: J. T Service 724; J. G. Francis, 280. Ivanhoe :- R. G. Ball 859; W. A. Brookes,' 724. Fairfield: W. Lupton, 689; A. E. Brown, 551.
Electric Trains for Hurstbridge. MEETING AT DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 August 1922
Electric Trains for Hurst bridge. .: MEETING AT DIAMOND OREEK. Notwithstanding a cold wet night there were fifty people at the meeting in the Diamond Creek ball:on Tuesday evening last, called for the purpose of seeing: what coild be done to have the electrico train servi'e extenided to .Hurstbridge. It is expected that the section between Heidelberg and El tham will be compl- ted in February: next, which will only leave a distance of seven miles to Hurstbridge. Cr R. J. Lorimer, who convened the meeting, said they had met to discuss railway matters.' and he was glad to' see so many present. For the time be ing he wanted them to fdrget about .the municipal election, as the train .iervice was more inmportant.':1 r. Leach, was addressing the ratepayer~ in that hall that evening, and he had kindly consented to allow the meeting in con: nection' with the trains to be held first. The chairman explained that he had been approached by several visitors on the maiter,'and some had the idea t...
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 August 1922
Tennis. The annual meeting of the Hurstbridge tennis club was held on £uesday evening and was well attended. The office-bearers elected for the ensuing year were: President, Mr T. Cox; vice-presidents, Messrs A. W. Cooke, C.. W. Collard, H. Bertrand and A. Ambler; secretary and treasurer, Mr 'C. T. Harris ; general com mittee, (including president and secre tary), Miss .. Downey:; Mi? : J. Pet terson, and .Mrs. Dunkl Messrs T. Cooke -and C. Dunk; matohl committee, Messrs T. Cox, C. Harris; Misse L. Dow ney and L. Buck.: The: meeting decided to' open the season ' on 7th- October,. weather permitting, and to hold a spring ,tournament in November, oonsisting of gent's, mixed and ladies doubles. To finally defray the cost of erecting the new court in" the Memorial :Park. it: was de cided to hold a concert and ball On Fri lday, 6th 'October. The enteitainment will be managed by the lady members of the club, Miss J. Petterson being ap pointed secretary of the committee. The membership fee...
Football. BOURKE-EVELYN ASSOCIATION. Epping v. Hurstbridge [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 August 1922
Football. BOURKE-EVELYN ASSOCIATION. Epping v. Hurstbridge [By " Trde Blue."] The first semi-final of the above, com petition was played on Saturday last, W -lieb'Tppit dlti Huratbridg&' idurneyed to Doreen. The weather ias disconcert ing, but eventually. turned'- out fine. Drags, motors; and other vehicles con veyed a large crowd of spectators to the ground. Both teams had -their full strength, and a good game ensued. Epping won'the toss and kicked towards the grandstand goal, towards which a light breeze was blowing. They forwarded from the bounce, and scored several be hinds. Hurstbridge worked up the road wing and scored a couple of points, then R. Milne secured and kicked first goal. Epping again forwarded and a great dash by Murphy resulted in a goal by the, same player. The bell wentfwith Epping three. points to the good:'. The second; was fast, and Hirstbridge having the better of it secured a lead of several points. The third quarter iwas much the same, and the lead...
Panton Hill. FANCY DRESS PAGEANT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 August 1922
Panton Hill. FANCY DRESS PAGEANT. On Friday evening a very success ful entertainment was held at Panton Hill. It took the form of a fancy dress ;pageant and .calisthenic display by the' pupils of -the Panton Hill State school, who had been trained by Miss Goldman. The dressing was most creditable to the parents. It included comical, historical, ;asthetical and ori ginal features, and, together with the dancing `and -graceful movements of the children,, afforded much pleasure to one of the largest audiences seen at. Panton Hill for some time. The following is a list of the children who appeared in fancy: costume.: Milly Adams, Fairy ; Jack. Brennan, Peacock; Phyllis .Coutie, Red Cross Nurse; Jack. Coutie, Soldier; :Bob Cracknell, .Pierrot; Jean Cracknell, Bo.Peep; Don ('racknell, Charlie Chaplin :;,Jack. Cracknell, Red Indiian ; Mollie Carter, Fairy; George Carter, Coster:Boy; Rudolph Foubister, Black Cat.; Phyllis Howard, Carmen; Ivy Howard, :Spangles; Essie Howard, Iighland- Lassie...
Methodist Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 August 1922
Methodist.: Church Services. .Methodist;t (t?rch Services wilt` be held as follows i SUNDAY AUGUST 27, 1922. "DiamodýCriel,, 1 " .n., Mr Kemp 7.15 p.r., DMr Rose Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m, Mr Kemp Cottle's-Brir, 3.d.p,., Mr ,'ollom Hurstbridge, I p m., Mr Keimp Tanck's Cornet 5 p.m , Mr Rose.. lResearch'.30 p.iu., V. Freeman Panton Hill, 7.15,p.m., Mr M'Wiggin Wattle Glen. 7 15 p.m., Mr Collom
LADIES' KENNEL CLUB SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 25 August 1922
'LADIES' KENNEL CLUB SHOW. At the abqve show, held at M~elbourne .on Thursday and Friday. of last week, Mrs S., 4Efer,:of Kangaroo Ground, had a suo efil' time ;with her Persian oats, 0win nig'e open clss for'COhliichilla with her hainmpio " eg ," also the olib's upe ci for best 9hinc1iilla and the Blue rib bon for "the bst: tcat in the show (any iebrd or. ie) 'with this phenomenal cat. This exhibitor showed her female kitten "Carisaina, " who is just seveammouths old, and praotically won everything with her, being first in' kitten' tnder '9 months, also under 12 months; first in adult fe miales, and the olub' challe nge for best Chinchilla female '(any age) ; special for best Chindhilla kitchen, and: finally got the special for best kitten in the'show (any breed). .This trophy has been runs ning foi 16 years, and has now been fin ally won outright by Mrs Ealer. It had' to be won three times by the same exhi bitor with a kitten' under 12 months old Mrs Esler won it outright in three...