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THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1922. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

THE (SIthuuam ai nd Whittlese e tires AND gatarnx z eee 'a41ley AvcWate Published Every Friday ,Afteraoon ,FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1922. Local and General. On the fourth page will be seen officers' reports of the Eltham council, Glenvale, Wonga Park and Upper Plenty notes, and a contributed ar ticle on "Compulsion in Arbitration,:' The :Station sawmil!, Hurstbridge, advertise hardwood timber for sale. Mr Arthur Shands, the tailor of Northcote South, inserts a notice with reference to superior quality suits. The Eltham Red Cross Society ad vertise a eechlie party and dance for Saturday, Septemoer 23. Anew hay and cornstore- and gro cery business is likely to be opened in Hurstbridge. SMernda and Epping footballers play at Doreen tomorow. Thomas town was niot snccessfu.l in their protest. A meeting will be held in the Shire hall, Kangaroo Ground, on Monday evening next, of those interested in the Shirr metmorial park. Or G. F. Pitcher (Fairfield riding), has been elected president of the...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Upper Plenty. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Upper Plenty. A euchre party and dance was held in the Upper Plenty hall on Friday evening, and was very enjoy able. The lady's prize donated by Mrs Duckworth was won by Miss Clarice Grills, who won 8 games out of 10 played, and the gentleman's prize, donated by Mr. J. Grills, was won by Mr M. Curley, who also won 8 games. The booby prizes were carried off by Mrs Grills and Mr S. Graham. After the euchre a dance was held, Miss Patullo supplying the music and Mr S. Patullo officiated as M.C. The refreshments for the supper were supplied by Messrs Watson Bros., of Wallan, and gave entire satifaction. Mr. E. W. Gymer, who for some years has been assistant stationmaster at Wallan, and who has been pro moted to stationmaster and trans ferred to Parkdale, was tendered a complimentary social in the Wallan East hall by the residents of Wan dong, and Darraweitguim and pre sented with a wallet of bank notes.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMPULSION IN ARBITRATION. Influence Upon Trades Unionism. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

COfMPULSION IN ARBITRATION. ' Influence Upon Trades Unionism. Compulsory arbitration has pro duced what is termed to-day the "One Big Union," an organisation in which :the skilled worker and the "labourer are grouped tcgether under the con trol of the one executive and sub jected to a common disciplinary code. Craft unionism is a disappearing quan tity. The skilled worker is permitted to exercise nco more independence of action than the man who has applied himself to no fixed calling-the type of worker which may be classed as the industrial flotsam and jetsam. The trades unionist' himself-the tradesman, not the drifter-is the bet ter able to judge whether or not he has benellted by being merged into the ranks of a huge organisation compris ing so many conflicting branches of industry. ,The oillcial statistics con cerning the number of unions within the Commowealth, and their member ship, indicate very clearly that the trend has been to group the trades and bring all unionists down t...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KINGLAKE EAST-YARRA GLEN ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

KINGLAKE E AS'T-YARRA GLEN ROAD,. Mr W. .f. Everard, M.L.A.. has, received the following letter from the Minister 9f. Public Works --- I have pleasure. inip.ourming you that I have arranged for the expenditure of some ,£5,000 out of the Fedora .State unem-. pl6yrfient,.grt ,of '£140,000 on the road from Kinglake East to Yarra Glen. (This allotment.,is. of course subject to the approval of the Federal Government). It is estimated that the work` referi-ed to above will employ 75 men, who will be engaged at the Government .Labor Bureau in 'e- - bourne. The work will be put in hand by the Country Roads Board as soon as the necessary arrangements can be made. Specified construction of this niiture will absorb some £85,000. This will leave £55,000, uiuallotted, and the Government is willing to consider applicitions from shire councils for a share of this money, provided they agree to spend £1 for every £2 granted' by the Go vernments. The councils should also. bear in nmind that the work ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

There are shattered idols and vanishing dreams, And never a ray of sunshine gleams. Where the cobwebs envolop forgotten joys In the h ileunt kingdom of broken toys. L;fe's dead I avrs litter the dast~strewn way Wh-re never ago n nor footsteps stray. But t here.asunnh..e ahead, the liarhleadssure 'r" ! h,.-,th and Woods' Peppermint Cure. .7 1 MORANG MARKET. Held Every Fortnight. SALE DAYS for 1922 AS UNDER : SEPTEMBER 11l 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, S1RETTLE & Co. Pty. Ltd. 396 Bourke-street, Melbourne, MISS GOLDMAN, L.T.C.L.A,L.C. ?., TEACHER or PIANO. THEORY, HARMONY, ORGAN AND SINGING. PuTrs prepared for Trinity College and Royal Academy Exams. Visits Dianiond Creek Wedresdays. BAPNID supplied for all Functions. Intending Pupils kindly Communicate. ADD?ESS : " Mt. Pisgah," PANTON HILL, 1iss Amos, Haley's Gully Road, HURSTBRIDGE, Dressmaker...

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Eltham Shire President. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Eltham Shire President. At the Eltham Shire Council meet ing on Monday, it'was decided that the 'President s-allowance for' the ensu-:. ing year- be £40, the. sameas last year. S'Cr Bath said he corisidered it-rather low, and the Seciretry retiarked that it 'was the lowest of any shire in the State with a similar revenue. Or Hubbard proposed that Or J. W. H. Bradbury be president for the ensu ingyear. . Foi the past three years. he had been with them, and had shown himnself: to be a capable and efficient councillor.. As president'he would1fill the chair as well-' as any of his prede. cessors. -Or White, in seconding the motion, endorsed the.remarks of the proposer, and the motion was carried. Cr Smedley (the retiring president) offered his congriitulatidns, *and- said there was -one message he wished to leave behind : To say "no" when there was no money. The councilhad nrow a credit of £?r6, a position which had not been enjoyed for 30 years. Now the halter was on he trusted the new...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Don't "Keep a Few Fowls" HAVE T,AYEIR S ! A Few Choice Breeding Cockerels left I will appreciate Early (irders for at ?i is each: SETTINGS OF I'GGS-(W L.) 7s 61 White Leghorn - rT owx splendid per serting. £2 10s per 1O0. strain. -*" DAY OLD CHICK'-(W.L.) 15e per Rhode.Island Red - JAas3 arAx's doz., £1 I0s per 25, £2 10s per 50 competition strain. £5 5s per 100. Black Orpington--oAnAH oaBISTZa Chickens forwarded safely to any ad strain dress within 250 miles. V. L. SORENSEN, - HURSTBRIDGE Local Agent for the Famous " KARswoon" FoTLTRTr ýPrIO. 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, S ELTHAAM. AFTER many years experience of Diseased Feet and SBad 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 andRubber Tyres a specialty. _CLIPPING DONE Bertrand a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

THE Post Office Store. fJAS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery,. 'Crockery,- IDrapery, Clothrg, etc. -We;-: ... specialise in suits' to measure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose from. A trial order solicited.. (LATE OT A.I.F.): HURSTBRID)GE. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION.. HU RST B RID G E., A. . AMidL2R. Meals at alt Hours. Accommodation for Boarders.. C R1 CKE T .IA TERI.4 L At your Service for Mutual Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 a nx~cur~Ct **I T or-Ua~ SUPPULED oomplet--BArs, BaLLS, LxG OGT?ADS. STUIPS, GLOVES, M2arras,. BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades New Handles. BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOIoND. New Handles Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRICI(ET BA~LLS recovereL equal to new. Best valueof all Sportiqg Caodi guarantead-. A tral will Coqvince you, 3893-91 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT MW' ýADHB I AUSTRAaArs BY AUSTRALIANS 23 Y.a rs Experience. P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Cricket. NORTH ~IDING-SHIRE OF ELTHAM ASSOCIATION. A DELEGATES MEETING will be held at Queenstown Monday, 18th insta., at 8 p.m. All district Clubs intending to compete in the Association Matches (seasons, 1922 23) are requested to be represented, or al 'ternately to register with the Secretary on or before Saturday; 16th inst. C. T. HIARRI', Hon. Sec. Notice. A MEETING of the committee of and all interested in the Shire Memorial. Park will be held in the Shire Hall, Kan garoo.Ground; on Monday, September 11lth, at 8 p.m. C. T. BELL, ." Hon: Soc. Shire of Whittl esea / TlENDERS, addressed to the Presitient, are invited and will be received, up to II a.m. Welnesday,- the,13.th-; Sept., 1922, at the S1hire HRill, Mei?nda, forthe underinentioiedwodrks::-; Contract 5 i-2.~' 'rmation,,Pitch S ing an&dMetalling 12; ohains of Mahoney's.Lane. . Contract. 6,1 22.-Erectio, of Tim ber-Bridge, McDonald; Ep ping-Morang? Road. Specifiications may-be seen at-M'essrs Woodcock and' M'Cormnac...

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Correspondence. REPLY TO MR. RODGER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

.Corresp.oidenc,. REPLY. TO:MR. RODGER. TD. THE B DrTOa ,OI3ETHI- ADYIRTI8ER . :-ir.--.Mr Rodger'a reply to recent corres. pondeuts., includling myself. leaves "' all "' my;statiements 'pochallenged-". He..caunot-. disprove the contenuip nof.~n ybelf aiid oodtere. '.th'b°Boiradet Spas proaud ýorily hbhairtWi-ex penditure;of-:-a small esum- or inoney- to-. " contplete. it." to. he. a. very usefal road ;.. and It have-no dbubt ttit should Kinglake. people, through, their progrese- association/, bring! the matter under' the. notice of the Government -. through. our'- member (r r Everard). it would prnbably be dehlared a-. "tourist road,"'and like other roads,. there. would be allotted a share of.the forthcoming tourist grant for itscomrpletion: Then the Bowden. Spa.uroad problem.wodld be soLved,. and it, would be a splendid monumeno to the forsight' and, wisdom.of the Scrathewen Progress Association ;of 'ex-Cr ltann. who. introduced it: toy the connoii, ancd of the,. Ithban cenoncil, w...

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RANTON HILL TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

PANTON HILL TROUBLES Mr. D Rodgr was the first speaker;: and' asked that aicopy of the-names o€' ratepayers he placed. in .post offices ; that improved telephone ficilities. be given, ;asgreat inconvenience .. expe rienced in gettidig.Husatbridgdand its is ver~y noticeable~-when a docter-is re. quired. Thek herry Treesroad,,which serves a larg g1district, ia so. bad that it was used. asr: ani argument for the hightenders.fo6r remodelling the Pan ton, Hilltschool on account of the high, cost of..carting timber. The non-co m-. pletion of transfers has blocked. the - n- adf or-nine. years, and it was sug- gested that other solicitors be employ ed to-get the work through. Mr ?. v.. Hall advocated: a depuli cation,of'the: line- soas to get better telephone- commnunication,,. which, will tend toopen up-the-district. Recent ly it took three qugrterh of:anchour to. get a. doctor. Mr F'ou-istpr said. as heavy -tratfic destroyed the-road.. he asked if -there: could not be.-.some- restriction....

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ELTHAM COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING, [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

ELTHAM: CGOUNCIL., MONTHLY MEETING, e The councillors .met at 'the shire office, Kangarbo Ground; on Monday" last. Present- Crs Smedley (presi- ' `dent), Bradbury, :Hubbard, Andrew, Shallard, White, flewitt; Bath. An' aipoblgy was received from Cr Campbell, whose brother had died at s Preston the previous evening, and' a motion of sympathy was passed. A iimotion ofsympathy was also passed to Cr Smedley, who had a similar be reavement. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Muinicipal Association, stating that in accordance with the terms of the award, wages from the ist September. will be reduced to Its ad per day. . From same, suggesting that the name of each town or village in shires be' dis played at post offices -=On the motion, of Crs Andrew and Hubbard it was de cided to approve of it. It was stated that you' can go through many towns t and see no indication of the. name. . Country Roads Board, approving of c specifications for" contiact 2a. i1 3 on f the Kinglake-Whittlesea road; also c st...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Council Deputations. MONTMORENCY S WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Council Deputations, MONTMORKNCY S WANTS. At the Eltham Shire Council meet, ing on Monday a deputation, consist ing of Messrs Cameiron, Sims, Davey and St. Clair, attended to place their wants before councillors. The President (Cr Bradbury) said ie was pleased to see: them, at: the same the rul- must .in future.be'ob served. that notice be given of deputa tions on tha Friday prior. to the meeet ing, so that the .councillors: m'ight knaow what they were coming about. Mr Cameron asked. to be ekeused.as they were unaware, of the rule, and it was only decided on Saturday to. send a deputation from, their society. Ia. drawing attention to, their-. many" dis- advantages. he described the slushy condition of Briar's: H'ill. andi oui of ga9railway tickets.issued from.Greens- horough_6o were- fromthis part. They wanted .metal,. not: loam, or grtavel. They were pleased to hear of the wa- ter proposals. A. park was wanted, and as land: was selling, irapidly, no time should' be. lost in -gettin...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

Eltham. (FROM- OUR CORRESPONDENT) The. king of summer sport has, aade. his appearance. The Bend reserve at. Eltbam, on Saturday last. again was the metting place, where. the young men of our town spend sunny. after noons in paying homagedto his Majes. ty King Cricket. The prospeet-of the forthcoming competition h-as given. ePd impetus.to the game iwn our locality, and the prospects for the coming season are unusually bright. To .dwell on- the. respective- merits- of. individual players would.be. divulging secrets, but I will say that-Etthamwill prove a hard.nut to crack., The Eltham. M.U.I.IO:F. Lodge held a successful--dance in the Public Hall on Saturday evening. T 'he music was supplied by Aliss Goldman.(pianao) and M1r Howard (violiin); and ilr A.. G:olhgs in charge of the ceremonies.; The attendence was. good andiasseredi tinancial success for the evening,.; During the week end an exceptionalb number. of tourists visited our.district,, the lure of wattle and the. perfect, ispri...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 September 1922

In Memoriam. GREENAWAY.-In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 5th September, 1918, at Clifton Hill. -Just a token of remembrance; Just a memory fond and true. -Inserted by her daughters and sons,. Mrs R. C. Harris (Kangaroo Ground), Mrs J. Scott (Diamond Creek), Thomas, Wil liam, Fred, and John Greenaway (Mel bourne.) LACEY.-In loving memory of my dear father, George, who passed away at Kangaroo Ground on September 7th, 1915. Love, like a creeper, still more fondly weaves Round the departed closer, tender folds, And hearts that trembled as the autumn leaves See death more loosened of its bitter holds. Time flies, and-years pass as a bell that's tolled.   Yet mem'ry is more green this very day ; Tho' seven years have as the billows rolled, We sit and think, of him who passed away. -Inserted by his. loving son, Stanley G. T. Lacey. Bereavement Notice M R. & MRS. G. ADAMS, Panton Hill, desire to THANK all friends for. letters, floral tributes,...

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Mernda. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922

Mernda. (rRoM OUP. CORRESPONDBNT.) Crops- are looking, promising here and the grass is showing signs of spring, hat more rain will be wanted during the next few weeks to ensure a good season. The milk trade here is in a very unsettled position. The Metropo litan Company having transferred its business to a liquidator, and the. housewives' drastic action with re gard to the price of milk has tended to the present unsettled position, but one cannot blame• them, as the large .profit. the retailers get is unreason able, and the producers and con sumers both suffer by it, and some redress is bound to; come ere long.. September 5 was enjoyed as: a public holiday in the shire, and a large attendance of - sightseers was present at the Findon- Hunt Club district point to point steeplechases for both gentlemen and ladies,. who also were the riders in a draught horse race. There were also sports for school children, and the general wish is that the outing will be an annual one. The' Hunt Club ...

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Research. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922

Research. (FROM A. CORRESPONDENT.) The anniver-ary of the Church of Etig land Sunday school, Researchl; was held in the State schoolroom oil Saturday evening, 9th inst. The building was filled with an enthusiastic audience. The Rev: Peck oc- r cupied the chair, and in his op'niny a-I dress congratulated the residents of Re search on their successful Sunday school I gathering, also in 'hading workers who in terested themselbes .in the. children's wel fare. The proceedings commenced with c the singing by the children of a chorus entitled " Ring the peace bells of love." This was followed by a pianoforte duet, songs, and recitations, also piano and violin 1 duet by two of the infants. -A Dutch song by three boys and three girls was .very t pretty and effective, and had to bb repeated. This concluded the first partion of tue pro gramme, after which there w.:s an interval of five minutes to make preparations for a f c ntata- entitled the "Fairy Quest," an item that was very much apprecia...

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MORANG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922

MORANG MARKET.. Adamson, Strettle and Co.-Pty. Ltd. report holding their fortnightly sale last Monday (Ii inst.), when they had a full yarding .of: cattle; chiefly dairy sorts. Amongst the milking cowswere some very useful dairy sorts,. which commanded.faircompetition, making up to £15 5s, but, as of late, all classes"of store cattle were dull of sale,. and difficult to quit except at very low figur es. There was more than' an average yarding of pigs, chiefly slips' and suck ers. Competition was good,.and'prices satisfactory, especially so after -the slump in last week's M elbourne market. Light -baconers made up to £3 19s;: porkers to £3, slips "to 38s 6d, suckers 32s 6d.

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P. M. WELCOMED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922

P. M. WELOOMED. At the Eltham Police .Court on .Tuesday. ,Mr W~. G. Smith, the newly appointed P.M. for the district, toox his seat for the first time, and was welcomed by 'j r E. :l.. SSnithers on behalf of the bench, Constable Rose on. behalf of police, Constable Sargent:as clerk of the court, and alsouby. rep-: resentatives of :he :law -and. railway department. The P.M, in expressing his thanks for the words of welcome, said he :had 'ben ihn most parts of: Victoria, .,and .hoped .th t the good, feeling: that;: bad, hitherto existed. amongst the police and the 'bench -in Eltham would continue He looked forward to a ple aant time, and real ized that this district was undoubtedly. progressive.

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Correspondence. CHALLENGED STATEMENTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922

Correspondence, CRAL.T.F'GED STATIEMENTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. i-ir.-Mr Denis Murphy, jun., returns to the -barge with unabated p.r:inacity. He seems to exa,,ct me to "challenge" his "stattements" rnod " disprove" his ' contet. tions." I am sorry I cannot oblige. But whar Mr Murphy and others" fail to realise is that no amount of unchalleuged state meunt and cotenrtionas by ignorant amateurs -ni, amount of high-flowu talk about" a splendid monument to the foresight and wisdom of the "irathewen Progress Associa lion and of ez Cr stann," will make an un sonn 1 engineering plrotposition a good one. These things depend on facts ascertainable only by competent men. People who do not r, aiise this mar have the best intentiotns hut they are a public danger if they influ enre the control of public funds. Mr Mur phy says that I recently accused the Eltham council of mismanagement, but did not state that I championed the present discredited systemr of rating. Evidently there is su...

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