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DEATH AT YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
DEATH AT YARRA GLEN. Mr. C. t.. Rhimes, an old resident of the district, died suddenly on Monday evening. Mr. Rhimes had recently removed to Au burn, and.be visited Yarra Glen on dniiday to trrinscit stnte business. He was on his way to t:the 'station to catch the evening train hornu wheu. he collapsed in the street and expired immediately. A post mortem exanmination,.ordered by the City Coroner, 1)r. Cole, irevealed weakness: of-tlheheart and infinenzi tbt hard, serliously atiected the right' liin, g Deceased leaves a widow and a grown up fantily of four daughters and two sons.
Eltham. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
Elthamn. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. (FROM OURCORRESPOND NT.) The usual meeting of the Eltharn and Glen Park Progress Associction was held in thIe Public Flall on Thurs' duty, June 22, Mr J. Banks being-in the chair. , It was?reported.that.the couneil-had decided to place a water-trough and tap opposite the station gates, arid also. that the. Honor. Avenue was to be rb planted. The meeting passed a motion that the council be comrmunicated with re garding the regrading of the roadway leading to the hall. Mr Pascal, hon. secretary., express, ed gratification at the treatment given to the association. by the shire council. The meeting also decided: ti.give its propised new school hall'at Glen Park, which is to he erected with- the aid of voluntory labor.
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
QHORTIULTURTAL' SOCLETY. ;About 150 persons attended the. monthly meeting of the Ivanhoe Horti cultural Sjciety lastyi Monday week to listen to in illustrated address on "Aus tralia's Palhii:lands and Coral Strands" by Mr A. H. . Mattingley, C.M.Z.S. Some unique pictures were shown, which were a revelation to the audience, very few of whom had any conception of the wonders of the north. Amongst the many slides shown was that. of turtle riding, and rac ing on the backs of the turtles is a favorite pastime. The nomination of officers for the ensuing year resulted as follbws :-President, ' 'r: E. 'MI'Danell; vice-presidents ýZ), Messrs E. O. Boase and, H: Amtos; hon. secretary, Mr W. -I. Val in ..:,- assistant secretary, Mussrs Grokroes ate?;FW'.-.4 ,:: rdokes;.trea'urer, Mt E. L. Wallac v; hon. judge, or F. S. Bryant; committee (8ha Messrs Shovelton, Pond, Carter, ,'Eaton, Casey, Hodgson, Knox, Groves, Youren, Matnews, Seoire, Steele, and W. E. Reynolds. Mr Boase resigned his position...
FRUIT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
FRUIT MA?ARET. The following, were the wholesale prices ruling at the \We-tern Market on Weilnes day ;-Apples--Guod to choice eating, 5s, 7s ; inferior dliting, 6 - 6d, 3s 61; giod to choice cooking 4s 6i1, 7s; inferior cooking, 2s 6d, 3s 6d; TasLniaiatu, 5s, 7s. Lenmcins Victuria, 5.;, 7s. Manldairins - New 6outh Wales, 14s "1s. Oranges-New ouutl Wales, 6s, 6, ; iQeensland, 8, 10 ;f Navels, 8s 11s. uassiun Fruit-Victorian, 12s, ISs. Pilineappled-Qtuens., 13s, 15z double.
POETRY OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
'POETRY OF ADV3ERTISING. An advertising man, who has re cently returned from the Orient, says the Japanese merchants and manyfac turers who have chosen to make use of printer's ink are not disposed to limit themselves to dull, prosaic statements concerning the excellence of their wares. Among the entertain ing bits that the traveller noticed in his study of Japanese advertising are these : "Goods dispatched expeditiously as a cannon-ball." "Parcels done up with such loving as a wife bestows upon her husband." "The print of our books is as clear as crystal; the matter charming as a singing girl." "Customers are treated as politely as by rival steamship companies." "Our silks and satins are as smooth as a lady's cheeks and.. col oured like the rainbow."
DOCTOR'S HIGH FEES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
DOCTOR'S HIC-t FEES. High fees were paid to Statt doc tors under the old Boer Government. Dr. Hans Sauer, who was medical officer for the Johannesburg district thirty years ago, says he was entitl ed under law to charge £10 10s. for every post-mortem, and he held as many as ten a day. The attendances 3n floggings at the jail were even more remunerative. The fee for at tendance at each flogging was £1 for each 'person flogged ; as the punish ment was inflicted on as many as a hundred persons an a single day the fees accruing amounted to a good deal at the end of the month.
SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
SOCIAL, E~VNIN.G. Mr Clem Orford, who was'nmarried recently, gave a social evening in the Public. Hall on June ?4. vLrs- Harri son, the mother of the newly.-wedded young lady, wts: the hostess. Thi mnany friendi: of the young coup'le i?s semnbled and ralde m..st. ,f the lavish opportunieies to enjoy themuselvas. Dancing was the order of the evenin, \lii; Goldrin and fItr WVnte supply; in, the music, and Alir Arthur G:Io linas actinlg as M.C Musical itenr, were rendered hv Melsdames Wilsoti and Tung. \hli.s Frizellegatve a fine dispiay of f~ncy dancing, h.er repre sentation of the "D :,ing ?van' being a fine effrt Mlisses .. aril D. L'e ploeased the visitors with the Irish ji,, and they receivad du . recognition. The dancing w'.t inltde further enj.,y able h the rnmooth ,,li:li ng fl:or. Mr O&ford, speaking on behalf of himself and wife, th inke.d his firiends for their attendance, and remarked. that it was a fitti.g rafterinadti to a good 'afternoonm (refe'ringi to Eltharrm'...
The Late Miss Rattray. AN APPRECIATION. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
The Late Miss Rattray. AN APPRECIATION. (Contributed.) By the passing away of the late Miss Rattray, of "Wharepuki," Pan &nbsp; ton Hill, this and surrounding dis trict have lost a valuable friend. Those who have had the pleasure of know ing this highly cultured and progres sive lady will sadly miss her from her usefull spheres of labor. It was prac tically due to Miss Rattray that so many beautiful homes were built in the locality of Panton Hill, for she spared no trouble in advertising the beautiful natural surroundings of these districts. In all matters associated with the advancement of the, community the late Miss Rattray,was always a most willing and capable helper. In asso ciation with Miss Riley, at their beau tiful home "Wharepuki," one was ever welcome if associated with a good cause. Both these ladies gave liber ally, but unostentatiously, and bona ilde collectors always came away from this home cheered by the fact that there were some warm-hearted, sym pathetic s...
DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. Eltham v. Diamond Oreek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION. Eltham v. Diamond 'Oreek. : On Saturday, June 24, Eltham and Diamond Creek met at Eltham. A crowd much' larger than usual had as sem6led to watch the game, which way the match of the day as far as the Dia mond Valley competition was con cerned. Eltham were without the ser vices of G. -Parsons, and Mcintyre filled the vacancy. Umpire Bush bridge kept the game well- in haid throughout, and warned several of the players for unnecessary elbowing and tripping. The game. commenced in favor of Eltham, Fraser finding .the goals early in the term. "Diamond Creek were at. sea, the local back men playing a fine defensive game. Par sons kicked Elthani's second goal. Diamond Creek rallied, and their sup porters were overjoyed as Gosstray raised the two flags. Gosstray was shining out as the best man for'Dia mond. Creek, his football being all first class. Fraser was knocked out, but he quickly recovered, and marking the ball in front, registered the home team's third ...
Football. BOURKE EVELYN ASSOCIATION. Mernda v. Hurstbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
Football. BOURKE EVELYN ASSOCIATION. Mernda v. Hurstbridge. Hurstbridge journeyed to Mernda last: Saturday, accompanied by their usual good following of supportors, and suffered a defeat by three points. The home team had their best eighteen in the field, while the visitors were with out the services of three good men, namely, A. Howard, J. Sinclair and T. Holden, Mernda 'von by a small margin, but notwithstanding this they were the best team on the day, their main features being clean marking and hand-balling. Hurstbridge's leading players appeared to be unusually slow, and at times :fumbled badly. The umpiring of Rhodes was fair. From the bounce Mernda attacked, and within a short time registered a goal and two behinds. Play. eventually came II ursthridge way, where N. Spry snapped the visitors first goal from a free... Brilliant play by McDonald went to Murphy and another goal was registered The quarter scores were: -?.'lernda, a goals,2 behinds; Hurst bridge i goal. . Mernda sta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
For Children's Hacking Cough, Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Snug in the depths of that saddlebag chair, .:helt"cr c? from.sorrow and strife alnd care, What. is there left that. your heart can de. sire : .' .. My beautiful "Alice-Sit-by-the Fire .!' Fair\' taies ? music ? and, wonderful toys ! Life seems a vista of triumphs and ijios. Here's nursie waiting ? she's anxious I'm Sure Don't miss your Woods' Peppermint Cure. P. RYAN & SONS, BUTCHERS, . DIAMOND CREEK AND HURSTBRIDGE, B EG to notify thist carts will run as follows :- ' Arthur's Cr?.ek and. Strathewen--Tues days and Fridays. Queenstown and Painon Hill--Wednes daysoand Saturdavs:v'r ; ..:. Tanck's V(order., D iaudioti id; Creekl S;?-:..t ,emtrcbh .tdi~ lan ar,.oi. 'Grdfbbd.'d Wednesdays and 'atpardjtt."' Prime Mealat Reason-s'e aPrir Woodcock & McCormack, Civil Engineers, Architects & Surveyors Water Supplies reported.on and executed. Plans of Buildings prepared and erection supervised. Sub-divisions of...
Correspondence. "SEEKING HIS FORTUNE." TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
Correspond.ence. USEE.KINl HIS FO.RTT-NE.-" STi IILM EDITOR OF TILE. ADIVETISER Sir,-'iWhich is 'the nearest point to M.elbourne at, which womubat, living under natur'al conditions. amiy be found ?. It was a great su.rpri-se one aourning recently to find a fie Jsp ei men disputing passessionu of the pad dock witi, the old dog, who wai: equ d- ly surprised and. greatly excitel at the-.. meeting. The note of ue rvvous fero city in his- bark indicated. that he re garded this as an encounter with "'big game' Whenever th- dog got top clo"e the waomrbat would charge, and for a hort. distance both would be go. ing in the same directionl; the dog, taiu dc,w.n slightly in. the lead. Charg. was followed by .counter chairge, add. than the- wombat w.ould squatt on his. haucuhis, gru .nt and snap,; with a,'. occasional blow auitei iat lhis opponentt w·ith his heavy- front piw., qrmd, with. huge claws-tli Seri'et of hi's suecess as a miner. Ta ing shelter? under a.. bush, a dull thud could be- he...
Seen and Heard. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
Seen and Heard. [CONTRIBUTED.] Tbat o-..uo-Pe p acy -was the orud'ioE'e a-*,;±tin ::e fo.mo2a Ve;.v ple1ksa.;Thl s.Q s8ceess". '.noose P..:.v i.l rid 0' iOe, S:eet'8 Creek S:a'e.scnool ;auo, whe: e £10 16s Gd 'fiat mra: A"iies' herea,6'Ls s'"e ?asItonP'jte au l ese'i, aJic oar f-e-ds "', *'ie .dsck cloch ase woid;.. bg rev. Ixre. '1'j't ;je Y-. a-"' Ceu Mirs::,el ,TJ'Lou"-e held a ve: v bsacess:Q' can ce. L on 1 i1,j1flst,, -d P e io be coa r l'-eu-* on tie e cet'eice o:l-de'r pe: 'o :aace. **2.e nal ~ i t:ePieaed to ou s-1* 'le a i1ist: els. .1:: r !"op ti'uaiv y' -iele a M:370. qOPci' v 0 out a12L noc, si79ic'e? s',' .-e. w-eh -plo JP4'ly ex ula~s t't A!;se , i 02e ja11 ieo P.- if so, -we cutr P: 1v e he mPa.ca oae.-Ž 0'] . e ! o10 . T'L''t -w-e Ya .-a Gael 3oo )a'l C1Tr:) is ie-'" 0si.~'~ea p: ene tePUJ, aii we e a e.i c'se by WPa c.ý"e o'>. .16- 1i;·.º, t'ea t'ey ac cor LeLL :'r Wo__ '. F.oc.. *;iA a for-" ;ce,-s mr. aoa :e2 ' eý ~,c, r,1_1su: el i,_o-,ne ru ea i~eU Co t 9 's...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
THE Post Office Store. JjAS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, Clothing,, etc. We : specialise. in, suits to measure. - .atisfaction . gudraireed. Large ranged of samiples to chioose from. A trial order solicited. (LATE OF A.LF.) HURSTBRIDGE. C11 2 C? T i1A TERI L At your Service for Mutual Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 C UPPLIED complete-B4TS, BALLS, LEG GUARDS. STUMIPS, GLOVES, MATTINGS, e BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. New Handles Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRICKET BALLS recovered equal to new. Best value of all Sportinq Goods guaranteed. A trial will Colvince you 389-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. DORSET HOUSE, IIURSTBRI DGE. 0 Under New 1Management. PROPRIETRESS, BEST ACCOMM(tDATION for Boarders and Week-Enders. Only one class of Australian Wines kept-THE Bl'r. Good Stabling. Efficient Groom. Pi "?s right. Visitors will find every satisfaction. A tria...
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
Church Services. Church of huglaud Servicu will be held as follows: -o- - r SUNDAY. .JULY 2, 1922. Kinglake, 11 a.m. Panto. Hill, 3.30 p.m. Queenstown, 7 p m. Hurstbridge, 7 p.m. Rev. E. Selwyn Chase and Mir Riley, Ridley C.llege." Services at Panton Hill antd Queenstown are held every Sunday alternating after noon and evening, and at HursLhridge alternating mornintg and event ig.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
Don't:' Keep a Few Fowls. - -* HAVE -.T AYRS ! A Few Choice Breeding Cockerals left I will appreciate Krnrly irders for -.a £1 Is each. SE-TT 'rIGS-OF tIGG --(WV L.)-7s 6d --White Leghorn --;!rrT ow~ aslilendid per setiung. £2 1o.. per 100. strain; DAY OLD CHICK--(W.L.) 15s per Rhode Island Red - JAMrES RYAN'S doz.. £1 10s per 25, £2 10s per 50, competition strain. £5:5+ per 100. Black. Orpington-GRAHAM cHRISTIE Chickens forwarded safely to any ad strain dress wit hin 250 miles. V. L. SORENSEN, - HURSTBRIDGE Local Agent for-the Famnon ",KIARswoon" VFoIuLTItY 'PICE. Will make any lazy hen lay.: Pays for itself. A 2s packet will do 2J hens for 32 days. E. GADD, R. .s. (SUccEssoR TO \?EST Bros.) Coachbuilder, Shoeing and General Smith, ELTHAM. ?.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 kubb r Tyres-a:specialty....
Eltham Shire. COUNTY—Evelyn. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
Eltham Shire. CotNTY-Evelyn. PARIsnEs--lurgoyne. Sutton, Tarrawarra part Greenslnorough, Kinglake, nIonda Nillumbik, Queenstowu, Tarrawarra North. Created a District, 26th Sept., 1856. Pro claimed a Shire. 6th April, 1871. Boun daries adjusted, 31st May, 1912. LoANs-£5000 ; Sinking Fund--£3497. President-Cr J Smedley. Councillors. SOUTH RIDINe. Name Address Retires IJoseph Bromley Shallard Eltham 11121 J..W. If Bradbury Elthati 1922 Ernest J. Andrew Ellhamn 1923 NORTHERN IIDnING. Alexander Canmpell,-Ki,?lake 1921 HIerbert Hewitt..1. P. St. An Irew's 192 Robert C. Whi;e* Kangarno Ground 1923 FAiTEmRN IDmsG. S.oseph Snmedle.* .Yarra Glen 1921 William Htuhillbl. J..P.*" teel's Creek i922 (Chas. Hicks. Bath, J.P.+ Yarnr Glen 1923 * -Ha- been Preiil-nt. Council imeet at shire Office. Knnararoo Ground. First .1Motley in in;,nth at 1! ita. . ecretary attends offiee from 10 to 4. O Fy ICIRS Secretary, Valuer and Collector-P, J. M- M1ahon. ECnineer-Charle- .John 1T"C.iick . c.E., 430 Little ...
Orchard Implements. DEMONSTRATION AT ARTHUR'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
-Orchard Implements. .DEMONSTRATION AT ARTHUR'SO CREEK.. ,. V. McKay Pty. Ltd. (Sun shine, Harvester Works, Sunshine) are -iothing . if not practical, and realising that the advance of the orchardist means the intrdauction of new machinery, they make it their business to study the wants of the fruitgrowers and supply what is re quired. After the machinery is perfected it is taken on to a farm, so that the settlers can see it at work, and for that purpose a repre sentative gathering assembled on Mr..S. McKay's farm at " Lomas," Arthur's Creek, on Tuesday after noon, wheun a public demonstration was given of a number of imple ments. The first machine to be seen in the field was the spraying set The de sign excited "admiration throughout, the pump- being admitted on all sides as being the best of its kind everex .hibited: in;..the':diStrict. Owing tý5: the- -corrosive" actiori "of spraying fluids upon ordiniary metals, a special care has been taken with the pump, and- gun-metal alloy o...
COMPULSION IN ARBITRATION. An Industrial Travesty. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
cO.;)JLS Of IN ARBITR74TION. An Industrial Travesty. Visualised from every angle the sys teni of compulsory arbitration as ap plied to the Australian Continent is es sentially wrung. When it is realiced that a judge sitting in Melbourne or Sydney takes'upon himself the task of regulating wages, hours, and conditions of labour for a country into which three-fourths of Continental Europe could be placed comfortably, one can readily imagine that the process of dis pensing justice is r.ot only cumbersome but is burdened with all the elements of inequality and inequity. The Presi dent of the Commonwealth Couet of Conciliation and Arbitration is clothed with powers little more elastic than those of a judge of-the criminal or civil branch of the judicature. He forms his judgment upon Ilie evidence subn.:tted, and delivers his award in a manner consistent with the facts brought be tore i:is notice. But is there anyone so enafroured of the system of cnompul sory a.rbitration who wilt say tha...
ABORIGINAL NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 30 June 1922
ABORIGINAL NAMES. Nearly ull ,tir aboriginal place names are mutilated \writes Dlaitld I.l'Doial.I, in " The Argis)i, :nd th'dre are sonre striking exumpli s roudi ,iabout \Irlnourne, Sacu as .Prahran for pur-ar-ran, Yar?a for yiLnau, Yan Year fuIr ylti yanl, Jika for j.tg , and so on.. 'The tru in- Ci-pe CI,pl-icaly called Cap Cup-sad the lr?1nin? of wiicil, a resident requires, should, I think, be Gope Gope, meaaning a drainage place o, overfiow. &lt;.The inquLrer will 'r.Llise for himself just how and to what extent that, name applies.