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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 September 1922

My mother is so kind to me! Each night she takes me on her kneet And as the wintry twilight'pales Mum reads me lovely fairy-tales. And when I'm very good, She sings of "' Sweet Riding Hood Then last of all awl best, be sure,' Mum gives me Woods' Peppermint Cure. P. RYAN & SONS, BUTCHERS, DIAMOND CREEK AND HURSTBRIDGE, B EG to notify that carts will run as follows : Arthur's Creek and Strathewen-Tues days and: Fridays. Queenstown and Panton Hill-Wednes. "days and Saturdays. Tanck's Corner, Diamond Creek, Researeh and Kangar.o Ground Wednesdays and atunrdays. Prime. Mealt Reason.rtle Pri". PDRINTING-~from a postcard to a Pester. S at '"The Aedvertissr". olise, I MORANG MARKET. Held Every Fortnight. SALE DAYS for 1922 AS UNDER SEPTEMBER 11 and 25 OCTOBER 9 and 23 NOVEMBER 6 and 20 LECEMBER 4 and 15 CLEARING SALES conducted. Valua tions of Property for Probate made by our Sworn Land Valuator. ADAMSON, STRETTLE &- Co. PtyL Ltd_ 396 Bourke-street, Melbourne, Miss Amos, Hal...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 September 1922

Local and General. Whittlesea and Yarra. Glen nots. ap ipear on page 4. Tuesday next will be observed as a h6liday in the Whittlesea shire for the minddon Harriers sport meeting.. ;-M Albert A. Haynes will hold a market sale at . Hurstbridge on Monday next, -commnencinig at 1 o'clook. i?ibhe:Eitham shire council will meet oni Monday next, when tendere:close 'for fencing :adn breotion of a timber bridge. 2 Residents of Epping were surprised on Sunday evening by a bright illumination aiid clouds of.smoke seen to the north of: the township :?;It proved to be Mr. EK Burley's house in Craigieburniane which 'was completely, destroyed. Mr.? Rurley was in Epping at the time. The Whittlesea shire council gives notice of a Is. 9d. rate. .Stock are, impounded in Yan Yean :.pound, A.. ooncert and 'dance is advertised to be held at Kangaroo Ground' in aid of the funds of the tennis club. The Wattle Fair, which was opened at Panton Hill this afternoon, .will be continued to-morow. Mr. O. R. Nicho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 September 1922

PantoniHill Public Hall. BLOSSOM FAIR & .SALE OF GIFTS Friday and Saturday, 1st & 2nd September. The FAIR will be opened by W. H. EVERARD. Esq., M L.A., On FRIDAY, let September, at 3.30 p.m. Proceeds in aid of Hall Funds. NOVELTY BUSH CONCERT BY DIAMOND CREEK MUSICAL SOCIETY AT MECHANICS' INSTITUTB, Diamond Creek, ON SATURDAY, S.PTItnuBER . 2ND, 1922, ; ,At 8 p.m. Punctually. Tickets Is. Reserved -eats Is 6d. A. LEACH, Heon. See. . KINCLAI(E H.AILL A 'Grand' Entertainment By the Yarra Clen Minstrel Troupe Will be held on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER-8, in aid of the Widow and Child of the late Bert. McDonald. Tickets-2as. Children-half price. Doors open 7.30. Concert 8 p.m. BALL TO FOLLOW. P. EXTON, Hon. Sec. The Diamond Creek Musical Society Will give a CONCERT On Saturday, September 9, In the PAPNTON HILL PUBLIC HALL,' Proceeds in aid of Hall.Funcs:; Admission-Is. A.' SUBLET, Hon. Sec. CONGERT & DANCE To be held in the Kangaroo Ground Hall On FqIDAY, OCTOBER 6th, In ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 September 1922

Wedding. BURNS - DAVIES. -On August 12, by the Rev. E. Selwyn Chase, Robert Campbell, third son of Mr and Mrs E. W. Burns, of Port Melbourne, to Joan Eliza betb, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Davies, of Hurstbridge. As the late Mrs Craven (grandmother of the bride) was the first to be married there, the Christ Church of England, Glenlyon road, Brunswick, was chosen for the above marriage. The interior of the church was tastefully decorated with flags and bowls of flowers. At 4 p.m. the bride entered the church on the arm of her father, looking charming in a frock of ivory satin oharmeuse, tastefully trim med with silver threaded silk lace and orange blossoms. She wore silver tissue shoes and a beautiful oval veil of Brus sels net caught on to the head in a pret ty cap effect by a double row of living orange blossom buds with a cluster of the bloom falling softly from one side and tied with silver ribbon. She carried a trailing boquet of fern, white camelias, sweet peas and heath ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 September 1922

Don't ' Keep a Few Fowls " HAVE T_,AYERS:! A Few Choice Breeding Cockerels left I will appreciate IEarly Orders for at A1 Is each. -SETTINGS OF I GG'-(W. L.) 7s 6d White Leghborn - xx owx splendid per setting. £2 los per 100. strain. DAY OLD CHICKS-(W.L.) ISs per Rhode Island Red - JAxms axrA's doz.. £1 lou per 25, £2 10s per 50, competition strain. £5 6s per 100. Black Orpington-G-AHAM cHaIsTIa Chickens ftirwarded safely to any ad strain dress wilhin 250 miles. V. L. SORENSEN, - HURSTBRIDGE Local Agrnt for the Famous " KAaswoou " FoUtwrY 'rioa. Will make any lazy 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." . SFTE 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. CLIPPTNG DONE Bertran...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 September 1922

THE Post Offi e Store. JAS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, .p.Crockery, -Drapery, Clothing, etc. :-We '- ....specialise ir suits to?measiure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose from. A trial order solicited. @. W. §@LLAa3 (LATE O( A.I.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTB RIDGE. A . L AMBLE Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders& CRI 'KE T .11A TE RI I L At your -ervice for Mutua! Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 anICI I.Tr OLC.TrBS SUPPLIED eomplote-BATS, BALLS, LaE GiARDS. SToUPS, GLOEaS,. MkATNosxB BA.T REPAIRS a specialty New Blades andles BLADES REPAIRED;. SPLICED and BOUND:. Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRICKET BALLS reoovered equal to new. Best value of all Sporting; CGoda guaranteed A trial will Coqivince: youa 389-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT wJW' MADa It AusaTIRt BY AUSTRALIANS 28 Years Experience. Phone 144, ...

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Diamond Creek. POSTER BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 September 1922

1 Diamond -Creek. . POSTER BALL. (naoll oun OORBoasPoNDs T.) The Diamond. Creek Football Club ,organized a poster -ball to assist the funds of the popular "Queen" of St. John's Church of I:ngland (.\iss Mary Paul), and it was held in the Mechan ics' Institute last Saturday evening * Mrs' Edmunson and M.essrs Edmunson and Marshall kindly acted as judges, and, as every one will admit, it was no easy task- Messrs Poole and Heddle supplied their usual first-class music, and Mr J. Cowin was a capable \1.O. Dainty refr ehmente were served by a number of willing lady helpers, under the 'capable leadership of Miss A. Leach. After the Grand March, which was conducted by Mr B. Rose in true military style, the decision of the judges was announced, as follows : First prize (Lady), Mrs G. Middleton, as OGrnny Chramberlaina, Second prize (Lady), Mrs L. Wadeson, as Old Gold Chocolates. Fiist prize (Gentleman), Master. J.?Ed mouds.as Mlonkev Soap;:: Second prize (Gentleman), Dr-E.J..Cord ner. as Cr...

Publication Title: Advertiser
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Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 September 1922

Eltham. ' (FROM - OUBR 00RRESPONDUNT. ) The meeting of the cricket associa. ,tion': was;held- at Greenshorough orn .:uesday, August .29th. Present were MessrsC"ook, Reev?es:(Diamond Creek), Oakley, Weaver (Greensborough), M' 'oll, Nicholls, Birchall (Eltham), St. Clair and Parks :( (\ontmorency). Mr- Birchall was in the chair. The minutes were ad6pted. on the motion of .Ir Parks, with the following amend ment : ". That this 'association 'be known as the Eltham: District Asso ciatton."-?. irried., The secretary was instructed. to have amended rules printed. Mr Reeves moved that Whit tlesea Shire_ Cricket' Association and Eltham Shire Cricket Association he communicated with ;regarding the arranging of. matches with those a'so ciations. iThe meeting arranged the fixtures for the season, the first round of matches being played on. November z ith and. 8th. The hindsome James cup which 'is being -played for in the. competition was on view at the meet The' Eltham Athletic Club he!d its an...

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An Orchard Standard. HAVE YOU GOT ONE? [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 September 1922

.An Orchard Standard. .HAVE YOU GOT ONE? I BY G...M. FLETiCHSS (District Orchard Supervisor). When the "owner of a dairy herd wishes .to know the uinit value of his cows he applies a test to each one. Which ever aninal fails to come up to the standard of the test he removes or replaces. Why ? Simply because those whose production does not reach' a 'certaint standard are unprofitable-do nrot earn their-keep--and' represent a loss." The, dairyman knows that it costs him a certain amount to produce a cer tain quantity of milk'or. butter fat-the commercial reason for his keeping the herd. If the cost of maintenance is greater than the profit, if won't be long before 'ne is out of.business. With the FIRUIT GROWER trees take the place of cows. Does the grower set up a standard of production :for each vaiiety ?. iDo.es b ke know what it costs him to keep and maintain each arid every tree' in the garden, like the dairyman knows the 'maintenance cost of his cows ? A study of many an acre of ...

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Olenvale. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

GlenVale. Through the good offices of Mr W. H. Everard, M.L.A., and with the sanction of the Minister of Edu cation (Sir A. Peacock) and the Crown Lands Department, a quarter acre block within the State school ground at Gleuvale has been granted as a site for the erection of a me chanics' institute. This will prove a great boon to the district, and the scheme has been taken up with such enthusiasm by the residents that the building will soon become an accom plished fact. The size decided on is 50 x i30, weatherboard, and will be used for public meetings, church services and recreation purposes. At a meeting held in the State school on Wednesday, 30th ult., the following gentlemen were elected as an executive building committee: Cr. J. H. Cornfoot (hon. sec.), Mr Barclay, jun. (hon. treas.), Messrs Harold Norman, Johnson, Wheeler, sen., Medley, jun., and Rev. J. Raff (members of committee); Rev. Raff to act as chairman. A concert and social was also arranged for Saturday, 16th Sept.,...

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Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Methodist Churchl Services Methodist Church Services will be held as follows : SUNDAY, SEPTEIMBER 10, 1922. Diamond Creek, 11 a.m., Mr Collom 7.15 p.m., Mr Harris Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m, Mir Harris Cottle's Bridge. 3 p.m., AMr Collom" Hurstbridge, 7 rT p.m., r r MeWiggin Pantoun Hill, 7.15 p.m., M rCollom Wattle Glen, 7 15 p.m., Mir c(ampbell

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Eltham Shire Council. REPORTS. FINANCIAL STATEMENT, Receipts. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Eltham Shire Council. REPORTS.3 FINANCIAL STATEMENT, jReceipts. Rates current-S £29 15s, N £127 10s. E £62 2s 1Ld .:. £219 7 11 Arrears of rates-S £1 16s, N £30 10s, E 3s 6d .. .. 32 9 6 Interest on rates-S 6s 7d, N £1 12s 9d, E 12s Id 2 11 5 Dog reg. fees-S £1, N £2 10s 3 10 0 Loan refunds S £10, E £9 ... 19 0 0 Pound fees-E ... ... 15 6 Pan fees-S... ... ... 11 7 6 IHnspital fees-S ... ... 1 10 0 Sale of rolls-N ... ... 4 6 Rei:ts (trut aec) ... ... 15 0 0 Fines and costs-S ... ... 1 0 0 Merers-S ... ..... 9 18 6 Building permits-S... ... 1 0 0 £318 4 10 Riding Balances. South. r. ... ... ... £54 12 11 East, or. ... ... ... 157 16 7 Trust ac., or. ... ... 311 13 6 £974 3 0 Less North trust ac.... ... 812 11 10 Cash book balance ... ... £161 11 2 Cheques outstanding... ... 93 12 4 Balance as per pass book ... £255 3 6 Eltham Water Supply Account. Rates current ... ... £26 12 0 Rates arrears ... ... 2 4 0 Meter charges ... .. 11 1 1 Overdraft ... .. .. 137 2 2 £176 19 3 Overdraft la...

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Whittlesea. SCOTS FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Whittlesea. (FRO?[ OUR CORRESPONDENT'): ScOTs FAIR.. A highly successful Scots. fair, in connection with the local Presby terian church, was held in the .Me ehanics' Institute on. Friday and Saturday,. 1st and 2nd September, the object being to raise fuhnds for the phrchase of a newchrirch organ.. For some. time 'past the ladies of the congregatiomi had been tiaking preparatibn, anid the various stalls, with their decorations, gave the hall a bright a nd :attractive. appearance.. Whittlesea is. noted for good cooks, and-the display..of .cakes.and pastry would be 'hard to' beat." Great in, terest was tiken by the men in the shooting contests. On Saturday evening, Mr Jas. , MDonaldl of the Collingwood Pipe Band, enlivened the proceedings with some ..fine marches on- the pipes. The following ladies -were stall-. holders.:-Fancy, stall:: Mesdames J. R. -and S, Gibson.: Sweets: Misses Collins, Sutherland -and Price. Pro aice and cake stall: Mrs Raff and Miss Glover. Fruit salad : Misses:...

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ESTIMATES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

ESTIMATES. Estimate of receipts and expenditure for the year ending September 30, 1923: Receipts.! T'tls S'th N'th East Bal bt. fwd. £161 504 - 157 General rate 5605 1293 2549 1763 Endowment 208 29 74 105 Licenses 123 21 62 40 Pan fees 235 75 - 160 Dog fees 130 20 ' 60 50 Hospital fees 50 10 30 10 Pound fees 25 10 - 15 Miscellaneous 228 60 80 88 £6765 2022 2855 2388 Expenditure. Ttl's Sth N'th East Dr. hbalance fwd. - - £812 - Trust accounts £311 C. R. Board 700 100 400 200 Salaries 562 110 252 200 Sanitary 207 75 - 132 Dog fees com. 52 8 24 20 Printing, etc. 200 40 90 70 Law costs 50 10 22 18 Infects. diseases 100 20 45 35 Audit 25 5 11 9 Int. redemption 937 142 361 434 Miscellaneous 140 28 63 49 Available P.W. 3481 1484 775 1221 £6765 2022 2855 2388

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Mr Everard at Panton Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Mr Eyverard, at. Panton Hill.. The member for the .district (Mr W..H. Everard), in opening. the Blossom Fair. at Panton Hill last Friday afternoon, touched on several subjects which are ofhgeneral in terest. In dealing with ROADS he said that the country Liberals had- spok en in no uncertain voice to the Premier in expressing their disapproval of the answer he gave them when they asked for a million pounds a year to be spent on roads.. They were now.looking for-a.bold policy from.the Premier in respect to.roads. When the De velopmental Road Act was. passed he (Mr Everard)' said that the -money allocated would only touch the fringe, and it shamed: him to think that while the Government was introducing an. immigration policy. peo ple within forty miles of: Melbourne. had to put up with such bad roads. I f the immi._ grants. areannt treated Any better-than our own settlers, then: God help them. King lake is.so blocked-in. that people cannot.get their produce out. If the Government only...

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Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Diamond: Creek. (rROM .oU COR?RESPOPONDENT) There appears, to be great excite ment as to who will be.," Queen of St. John s in the forthcoming carnival. A social evening was held at Tanck's Corner on Saturday last, and, a most enjoyable evening was spent.in aid .of Queen. of Tank s Corner-Miss , aar jorie ldm.anson,. There was .siiging, .recitations,'dancing, etc.. Mrs.:loare was in charge of the musical pro gramme, and .Mrs Tom De Frederick had charge of the "cake stall. A number of friends went up from, Dia mond Creek. About £10 is expected from, the results of the?evening. On Tuesday evening the residents of .the Creek were staitled by a Iarge jass band' visiting th'e local hall. Harry Stone and his"' merry troupe gave a very, pleasatit eirening with his vaudeville party and his boxing part ners. A splendid programme was .presented, and the .most noticeable were Misses ,Maggie and Sadie , lancy, Girly and Nellie Kealy, :Bert. Hoppin and Teddy Clancy in the musical part, and in th...

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Panton Hill Blossom Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Panton Hill Blossom Fair. Foi some'time past the ladies have been working in aid of a fair to liqui date the debt of £40 bon the hall, anrid. the splendid' results ,were seen at the opehning on Friday afterhoon7 last, when the hall presented an atittactive appearance-useful and ornamential articles and decorations contributing to the scene. Mr. D. Rodger (chairman 'of the hall committee, said that our member (Mr Everard) needed no introduction to Panton Hill people, as they knew. him so well. When some politicians enter Parliament it. seems. to draw them,, and they are lost as much as if they had gone to heaven. Not so with' Mr e.verard, as they see him frequently,.aud he helps them both in, and out of Parliament. He has.done more. for the fruitgrowers thaii all the other members. His work in.the cause of education is also good'; and: he is alive' to the fact that children cannot be property educated inobso Mete buildings and with poor equip ment.: Cbnsiderable damage was. done-'to ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

ENGINEER't RflEPORT. Mr McCorm:ack reported as follows : East Riding.- The drainage fron the hall to the river at Yarra Glen, I expect same to be completed during the coming week. A start hlia been made with the building of the bridge at Hunt's on the Steel's Creek road. Attention has been given to the washout on the Old Big Hill road. Metal has been spread and rolled on Dixon's Creek road. Repairs ieve neen effected at Scott's Hill. Culvert near Elliott's has been cleaned out. Gravel on McLean's Hill and other minor repairs have been atteuded to. North Riding.- During the present month the overseer has been engaged repairine the varions roads leading to Hurstbridge. Clarke's entrance has been attended to Boffman's culvert: I expect to be well on towards completion during the present week. Repairs have been effected to Red Shirt bridge. South Riding.- Tenders have been in vited returnable today for erection of Kaylock's bridge. The crossing into Lloyd's lospital has been completed.....

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ELECTRIC TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

fELECTRIC TRAINS. Mr Harold W. Clapp, Chairman Rail ways Commissioners, replying to a letter from us in connection with the meeting called at Diamond Creek. for the eleotrifioa tion of the line to. Hurstbridge, writes as follows:-. The Commissioners are now looking .into -the question of extending electrification from Eltham to Hurstbridge in conjunction with other sections of the eleotrified routes. As you are no doubt aware, it is expected to run eleotrio trains to Eltham not later than February next, but before they can be extended to Hurstbridge the.approval of Parliament would require to be given to the electrifi cation of the line beyond Eltham. The present electrification is being carried out in accordance with a resolution of Parliament passed in December,1912, and no ?ovision wnas' then made. for extend; .ing it-beyond Eltham2 .Beforeanything definite can be done inthe nriitter,' in' formation .as to the probable financial resultts of electrification. will require to be pre...

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Wonga Park, CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Wonga Park, CRICKET. The annual meeting of the Wonga Park cricket club -was held on Satur day evening, Sept. 2nd, in the pavi lion. A fair number of members were present. The balance-sheet, which was accepted and adopted, was: Receipts, £19 4s 6d; expendi ture, £15 1ls 6d; balance, £3 13s Batting average.-E. H. Burch, 16.44?; W. Edyvane, 12.5; Davidson, 8.7. Bowling average.-F. Topping, 8.2; E. H. Burch, 9.28; E. Collyer, 11.27. It was again decided to enter the Ringwood and Croydon compe tition. The following office-bearers were duly elbcted for the coming season :-President, Mr E. R. Col lyer; vice-presidents, Messrs E. R. Burch, Hewish, Wright, Marshall, Farron, Coxon; hon. sec.,. Mr H. Burch; match committee, Messrs F. Topping E. H. Burch, J. Hartley; delegates, Messrs W. and G. Edy vane; caretaker, Mr F. Gilbert; auditors, Messrs W. Collyer and J. Dickinson. The members are hard at work preparing the ground with horse teams, scoops and ploughs. Eventually a splendid cricket gro...

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