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Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
Methodist Chur'ch Services .`. Methodist Church Services will be held as follows : SUNDAY, SEPTEuIBER 17. 1922. Diamoud Creek, 11 a m,., AMr Page 7.15 p.m., Mr Cullom Arthur's Creek. 3 p.m, Mr Collom Cottle's Bridge. 3 p.m., Mir Pate Hurstbridge, 7 15 p m., Mr Freeman Tanck's Corner 3 p.m., Mr Freeman Panton Hill. 7.15 p.m., AMr Page Wattle Glen. 7 15 p in., Mr .McWiggin
Whittlesea. MASONIC SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
Whittlesea. . MASONIC .SOCIAL. - Notwithstanding the wet weather on Friday last, a good gathering ' assembled in the Mechanics' Hall .to participate in thd return .sooial to. W. -Bro. Dawson and the seiild-off to , Bro. Hughes and family. The toast of" the W. KM. was fittingly proposed.: *? by Bro. Apted, who referred to the . hospitality that had been extended t to them, and the remarks were .sup- a plemented by Bro. Crawford, which. was followed by the " Scotch fire." 1 W. 'Bro. Dawson suitably responded,; and was pleased:- to. see so many-. t present. He hoped to see many~puch pleasant re-unions. .. , . The W. -M. said he had the plea-, i sant duty of making a presintation 'i to Miss'Hughes, who,.on m?any. o?- i sions, had generously assisted at their 4 f anctions. By reason of her parents I leaving the district the .members of ? the lodge were also sorry to lose her. During the war period she and 'her 1 mother did valuable work, bint.shej also found time .to assist the lodge soc...
Eltham Police Court. (Before Mr W. G. Smith, P. M., and Messrs E. M. Smithers and C. Wraight, J.P.'s) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
Eltham Police Court. (Before Mr W. G. Smith, P.M., and Messrs E. M. Smithers and C. Wraight, J.P.'s) DEBT CASES. P. J. Bourke v.- 'red: Burn, claim £7 4s. :The debt was admitted and, an order, made for the amount arid 6s Scosts. b M. . J Bourke v H. H. Mills, £4 10s for labour. Order for amount and 6s costs. . , M A. M orris v.Edgar Boyal, claim P £7 for rent of house. The defendant said that be hlid been laid up with bad ' eyes for thi'ee months, and had a big fariily to keep. . Order for the amount F and 6s costs ''There,was also another P case between the same parties. Boyal being charged with remov.ing shelving S and fixtires to the value of £14. The t P.M. advised them to settle the affair 9 .themselves to avoid legal expenses and f further trouble. The case was struck 1 out. . t fM. A. Paul v. F. Atherton, claim ] £10 10s. Order for amount' and 6s m costs. a A COUNTER CLAIM .. . 5 ;Olsen vJ. Muir. claim £19 6s. G Mr Thomson,. who appeared for Muir, said they only admitted, £11...
Whittlesea Shire President. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
Whittlesea Shire President. At the first meeting of the new coun cil, held at Mernda, on Wednesday, Cr. Clarke was voted to the chair. On the notion of Crs Cornfoot and Murphy, it was decided . to make the president's allowance £6o, the same as last year. Cr. Thomas proposed that Cr. B. McCormack, the retiring president, l~e re-elected to the position. The coun cil has troublesomiie times ahelad, and a fair and impartial man is: required. From the way' Cr. McCormack has attended. to the duties in the past, he thought the members would be doing well to again place him in the .chair. Seconded by.Cr. Browne and sup ported by Cr. Murphy. Cr. Clarke said: tr. .icCormack was a hard hitter, but he gave them all a fair deal, and he wished him every success during the year Cr. McCormack, who received the applause of all councillors on taking his presidential seat, thanked them for the honor conferred on him. He did not iitend to again- take the chair as he be leived in the position going rou...
Kangaroo Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
Kangaroo Ground. At a meeting of the Memorial Park Com mittee and all interested therein, held at Kangaroo Gro und on Monday evening, it was resolved-to ask the-councillors to form sub-committees in their respective centres to help swell the funds in connection with the monument to be ereeted in the park on Garden Hill. It was also resolved to. ask the council to consider the advisability of holding a- sports meeting inmaid of same. It was decided to ask the ladies of Kangaroo Ground anti district to hold a meeting re holding a bazaar. (We cannot do much withcut the consent and help of the ladies.) As this park is a Shires' Memorial, and not merely & local one, it.is to be hoped that all in the shire will w'ork together towards financing a'woit.h* object in the shape of a monumeht in honor of- all those who en listd from the. shire.
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
AND '9iamnondt t reekllle AM ratrWe Published Every Friday .Afternoon FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1922. Local and General. -4--- On page 4 will be found correspon deoce, Eltham Glen Park Progress association report, and an article on the sugar problem. Tomato plants are advertised for sale. Mr W. H:.Whitirig, of Alexandra, will:be a candidate for the Indi seat. The balance sheet of the (:hrietmas Hills Memorial League is publi shed. The Eltham council gives notice of a sanitary rate. Mr Copeland notifies that be bas purchased ?1r Lee's Railway Store at Eltham and solicits a hare of patron age. Mr W. Bodey (recently of Dande nong) has purchased M r Oliver's bakery business in Hurstbridge, and having a qualified baker, is in a ,position to supply a first-class loaf. As Mr Bartlett was walking into :Hurstbridge yesterday morning he saw a tiger snake3ft. 6in. long on the Cherry Tree-Gully track, He went a little distance for a stick, and as:the snake :aid not seem inclined to run away, it was...
MUNICIPAL COUNCILS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
MUNICIPAL COUNCILS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER Sir'-Having m're than a passing a: quaintance with municipal matters. I felt it incumbent on me to say a word for those much-ahused hodies of men called shire or rather municipal councils. It amuses me when I read such bitter comments on the actions of councils re the main roads of the State and the laxness of said councils in dealine with such roads. I feel that those satirical writers in the weekly and daily press who belittle the councils know very. little of the subject that they write about. Take for instance the main Whittlesea road as far as the portions made by the Country Roads Board are concerned, they are very good to travel on. but they require constant and expensive watcihfulness, otherwise they very soon go to the had ; and, moreover, when we take into consideration the en ormous cost of the construction of the por tions made and the heavy liahi!iiy on the shire council to cope with their share of the expense, it is n...
ELTHAM SHIRE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
ELTHAM SHIRE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTIBBR. Sir.-Dnring the recent election campaign Cr Hewitt took to himself the credit for the improvement that has taken place du-ing the past two years in the financial position of the shire of Eltham onmewhat curious in the matter. I have been seekint infer-. mation. and am rather surprised to find that the improvement has been confined to the South and East ridings, and that the riding represented by Cr H-witt is, financially, no better off than it was two years ago. and actually more in debt than at the close of last year. It needs no fioancier to point out that if the other two ridings had pro. gre?sed in the same way as the one repre scetee by Cr Hewitt there wonuld he very little to take credit for.-1 am. et(,.. RATEPAYER.
Progress Association. PRESIDENTS ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
Progress Association. PRESIDENT S ANNUAL REPOiRT. At the annual meeting of the Elthanm and Glen Park Prog, eq Association, Mr Jos Banks reported ae fihlows : The end of th's m.outh (A,"gnst) makes'a year since our association was established, and I purpose to summ trise the business un.lertaken antid cried out during this period. At the preliminary meetin:g of the residents called for the purpose of forinag the association on the 20th August last year, the attendance was most gratif i.:g, and 38 membe-s give in their names ani paid the annual subscription of 2s t,l. The amount of the contribution was kept as low as possible to exable all residents to join, the conveners realising that there were other associations and societies whose con tributions had likewise to be-met. By the end of August the membership inoreesed to 51, and in the following two months to 98. Subsequent admissions in the new year brought the total membership to one hundred and eight, at which it now stands. The k...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
In Memoriam. HOWARD.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother who passed away on 16th September, 1919. You from us, dear, were taken; You that our souls love best ; While we have our work to finish and You have gone home to rest. -Inserted by her loving husband and family. &nbsp;
AUSTRALIA'S RURAL INDUSTRIES. The Call for Unity. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
AUSTRALIA'S RURAL INoDUSTRIES. ; ",,i The Call for Unity. No. i. Those who work the lands' of Aus tralia-the genuine primary producers -have a unity of interest that gives them a common cause. There ar&' the soundest reasons why they shouloi be united in action and purpose--fu; the good of their industries, as well as the advancement of, the Common wealth. Grain-growers, dairy farmers, gra ziers, fruit-growers, sugar-growers and cultivators in general have the same pioneering hardships, the sam( toil, the same struggles against bat seasons, pests and capricious markets They seek a recognition of their right: in face of the same misunderstanding Just as wheat-growers have had tc. contend for payable prices, the sugar growers of Queensland have had to fight for payable prices for thei' crops. When bread is at a high figure. the wheat farmer is credited by those who do not understand witl mak ing a fortune. Yet he recoeiv:l only a fractional part of the eoe-: of each loaf as th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
MORANG MARKET. H1ld Every Fortnight. SALE DAYS for 1922 AS UNDER : SEI'TE MBF.R'" 25 OCTOBER 9 and 23 NoVEMBER 6 and 20 DIECEMBER 4 and 18 CL1RARTNG SATES conducted. Valun * tiwre of Property for Pr.tbate made by oar Sworn Land Valnator. ADAMSONi STRETILE .& Co: Pty. Ltd 396 Il?urke-street, Melbourne, _Prit;i.ti an, 1,'iah hd bhy GeouIes PHILIP ' I??s' . at A a:os-r treat, H.rustbrndgo, i.ountr v ry, ,S of e', Sat Victoria. There's sorrow in the cup for they Who alcohol their wits away; But naught but joy can ever flow From one clear chalice that we know. Whenlshattered nerves and pain prevail Its aid is never known to fail. There's gladness in the cup, he sure, Which gives us .Voods Great Pepper mint Cure. "THE ADVERTISER" Printing & Publishing Works HURSTBRIDGE. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Full Reports of Whittlesea and Eltham Shire Councils and all Local and District Events..... SUBSCRIPTION (post paid) 10s. per annum. JOB PRINTING From a Card to a Poster. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
Tomato Plants, S- )URWOOD Wondor and Australian 1) .Large Red; £15s per A1000.-A. G. POND, Seedling Nurseryman, St. Elmo road, Ivanhoe. SOR SALE-Rubber tyred Gig, motor seat; pony and harness ; good order;, b?rgain.-G. D. GBUnAI, Blacksmith, Hurstbrýtlge. S TRAYED-A Bay Shetland Pony Mare, . aged, unshod, long tail, shaggy coat branded like -- near shoulder. Reward 10e.-W. RUDD, Kangaroo Ground. FTOR . SALE.-Good butter .Cow; and. I' milker.-W. NORMAx, Pesearch. FOR 'SALE'-Good scrong ink rieal: _ Apply, E. JoHE , North Queenstown. FOR SALE.-One 4-ton Iiory, 2:,,2axle, . Stinch tyres; built. by Sihuster and Co. last Septenmber. Further particulars apply, A. E. BIRCn, Christmas Hills. F OR SAL-E, I HAND CHAFFCOUTTER, C.DC'. Bentail, in good order. Ap ply-H. WATSON, Eltbham. W ANTED 14 acres orchard ploughed. . Apply. J. T. STREET, Hurstbridge. Eltham ied Cross Society. A Euchre Party and Dance Will be held in the ELTHAM PUBLIC HALL Oq Saturday, September; 23 At 8 p.m. Luckman's Band....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
I. , one 54 J. Leading Store of Lltham We supply at lowest prices, the best of g,,ods- i Groceries, Produce;' Drapery, Boots, &c. DELIVERED AT YOUR DOOR. A. and E. AOPELAND, (Late J. R. & N. LEE.) General Grocer and Produce Merchant, RAILWAY STORE, MAIN ROAD' ELTHA?. Give us One Trial and be . Convinced. *to- Anything not in Stock will be Procured.. N HtEristbridge Bakery. - W. BODEY - . ishes to notify the Public of Hurstbridge and surrounding district that he has purchased Mr. Oliver's Business, and having a first-class BAKER is in a position-to supply a-. GOOD LOAF OF. BREAD. :9:--- BROWN BREAD and SMALL GOODS a Specialty. Don't ' Keep a Few Fowls" HAVE LAYETR ! 0 A Few Choice Breeding Cockerels left I will appreciate Early Orders for at £1 Is each. SETTINGS OF EGGS-(W L.) 7s 6d White Leghorn - Mr owx splendid per setting. £2 10s per 100. strain. DAY OLD CHICKS-(W.L.) 15s per Rhode Island Red - rJAras RTA's dos., 1I 10s per 25, £2 10s per 50, F competition strain....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 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 AI.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. H U RSTB RIDGE. A B. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. At your Service for Muitua.! Pr.ftL and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 SUPPLIED eomplete-BATs, BALLS, LEG GUARDS. STUMPS, GLOVES, M1ATTINGS, BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades ndles BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. w H an es Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRICKET BALLS reocvered equal to new. Best value of all Sportiqg Goods guaranteed. A trial will Coqvince you 389-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy.. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT Ob MADE IN AUSTRALIA BY USBTRALIANS 28 Years Experience. Phone 144, Northcote Factory, Northcote. City address : Cromwell Building, 366 Bourk...
Panton Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
Panton Hill.. a The Diamond Creek Musical So ciety, on Saturday evening, gavea very fine-entertain ment.in aid of the Public Hall. Some of the performers had a rather trying time in reaching their -destination. The motor vehicle con veying the larger number of the party. a broke -down early- in. the journey, 8 leaving.the p.erformers stranded within d sight of their own homes; but the per- a sistency of Dr. Cordner, who made a couple of trips in his car, -and the kind ness of Messrs J. Ryan and R. Sharp, u resulted in the whole party reaching 1 Panton Hill in safety, if a litile late. i The first contingent had " carried on " I very. successfully to fill in the time till g the main body arrived . t The program m ewas varied, consisting c of solos, choruses, part songs and reci- - tations.. -Every item was enjoyed by a the audience. The rich effect of the a polyphonic singing was particularly r .fine. In "John Peel ' the resounding crescendo "View hallo that would wake the dead,' was...
Football. BOURKE-EVELYN ASSOCIATION. EPPINO V. MERNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
Football. SBOURKE-EVELYN ASSOCIATIO.: ': EPPINO V. MERNDA. SThe above was played last Satuiday at Doreen, and was witnessed,.by, a. Jarge crowd of supporters of both teams . Epping had their full strength;. aid.,: .Mernda replaced S. Welsh foi-Ken' M'Phee, otherwise their eighteen. was tti-same" that played against Thomas tbwn. Mernda players wore black' arm-bands out of respect of. one of· their old- supporters, Mr - Whillen,. father of the' treasurer. Cave' jiad' .charge of the garme and'h1e was .all .that could be desired. The ball bounced, Merda was at it: 'from the jump, and speedily put 6oo 0 two behinds, and then Eppinig took : icharge and added three behinds. .- The: play :.at this stage was fast and E. - Owens and J. Christiar were'going great- guns, and the last "pamed.passed ove.: to M: Cockerrll, who scored a. major.' 'Th'a play was now'swinging from one end to the other. .At quar ter" time the scores were:i-Mernda,. . z goal a. behinds, ,8 points:. Epping,..' 3 ;behinds...
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
.WHITTLESEA SHIRE o COUNCIL .., MONTHLY .MEETING. : The coancillors'met at Merndla on Wed iesday. " Present: -Cr:- M'Corinack, Thomasi a Downiel,:Hurrey; Murphy,. Browne, Butler, Mitchell, Cornfoot,.Clarke..: Regret was expressed at the absence of Cr Reid. who has been' ill for. several months. The Presi dent's allowance was fixed at £60, and Cr B M'Cormack was.re-elected president. CORRESPONDENCE. b, From. Department of Public Works, ask-.! ing if there are any-objections to road north 1i of allotment 9, Parish of Yan Yean, being £ leased t6 Mr J. Barrow, of Mernda. pi Same, stating that the Attorney-General 1: is the minister who has charge of the Metro politan Drainage and Streams Bill. Municipal Association, notifying that the annual session will be held on October 18.- ci Cr Thomas- was appointed representative, 4 and the president the substitute. h Same, suggesting that an. endeavour. he made to have the name of each town or h -islage in shires displayed ait the post office i ...
Greensborough. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 September 1922
Greensborough. (T'ROJ .OUR COR?MESPONDRNT) - A smoke night was given -by the support-. ers to the players of the Greensborough'" .Football Club in the local Hal' on Septeniber .2,:i recognition b?f-the team- laving .won the championship The chair was occupied? by Cr A. H; Price,. and amongst those prei sent were Mr Rogers (president of the asso- ciation);-and Messrs Stephenson, W. Cook and Cowin (representing -Kangaroo Gronund and Diamond Creek respectively). A very enjoyable evening was spent, and illuminated photographs of the team were presented. to the president, vice-piresident, .and secretary. An enlargement of the teamr waapresented to the captain, and a photo. graph to each player. 'The premiership medal, donated by Mr J. Leonard, was given to, Mr W. Santon; :c. retary -boots, donated by Mr Chester, to Mr?. T. Gillan, trainer. During the evening harmony was pro vided by Messrs T Champion. H. Davis, R. Quirk, ]lonergan, Burgess, Nicholls. Haynes and F, U'Callaghan. Mr C. Rall...