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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 September 1922

There's nests for rest in " Sleepy Hollow," Cosy cots all white and gold :; There's dreamland days and nights which follow Sheltered from the wintry cold; There's drowsy, croontime songs unrailing, Lullabies which sleep assure ; and when there's croupy colds prevailing, Always Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. And tlhe MELBOURNE 810W are Rapidly Approachiqg I ORDER TOUR SUIT NOW and to be sure of satisfaction have it tailored at SHANDS. All latest ma terials are now instkck, and one glance at them will be sufficient t; convince any man of their superior quality. Shand's have been tailoring Suits for particular men" for years, and it s hardly necessary to mention that style, fit and workmanship will he of that faultlessness that ass.tres abso lute satisfaction. Call in to-day and bemeasured, or if unable to call, write for patterns at once. ARTHUR SHANDS, Tailor and Mercer, 88 High Street, Northcote South. PYoxa : Northoote (g7) P. RYAN & SONS , BUTCHERS, DIAMOND = CREEK AND HURS...

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Lilydale. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 September 1922

Lilydale. (PROM OUR CORRESPODiRNT.) Archbishop Harrmgton Lees visited her,- Saturday week, and administered confirmation rites to 76 members of the local Church of England.. He was entertained by the church vestry in the Sunday school after the ceremony. The Rev. Tinniswood, who has had charge of the local English church for the past two years, is resigning his charge owing to ill-health. His suc cessor is Rev. T. Smith, from Ross, Tasmania. The final football match for the Yar:a Valley Football Association was played Saturday week at Yarra Glen, between £Lilydale and Healesville. After a hard, strenuous and at times, bitter game, the Lilydale team won comfortably. The premiership flags were flying from the bowling club's flag-pole Monday week. Mr Neat, from Cressy, has been ap pointed manager of the E. S. and A. Bank here. His predeceesor, Mr Matthews, has returned to the head office. The District Schools' Exhibition, held in the local High school recently, was a great success. Six...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Heidelberg Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 September 1922

Heidelberg Shire Council. f The monthly meeting was h'eld at t Heidelberg on Tuesday evening, the President (Cr Pitcher) presiding,.. The new councillors at the table were Crs 1 Leach (Greensborough riding), Service (Heidelberg), and Lupton (Fairfield). Slotions of siympathy-were passed o I Cr Coate, :who 'had lost his father at the age of 84 years and .to the shire secretary (Mr. H. J. Price), whose daughter (Mrs. Warry) passed away re cently. CORRESPONDENC?. From :Municipal Association,. with reference to names of places being in dicated on boards at post offices "-Re ferred to Greensborough -riding niem-, bers. - The Railway Department is to be asked to place additional carriages on the trains which connect with Eltham and IHurstbridge. . . The Health Department'is to be in formed that the coun'cil. approves of the Caulfield military hospital being acquired as an emergency hospital District Forester, re proposed cutt ting 'of scrub on"road adjoining lot 9-3,, section 3, parish of...

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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 September 1922

Local and General. Lilydale; Wonga Park, and Steel's Creek notes. and other items appear on page 4.. The Yarra Glen sub-branch of the R'S.S.I.L.A. notify the public that they will hold a bazaar next Easter. A sports meeting and picnic.in aid of the Steel's Creek. tennis club will be held on New- Year's Day. . Mr H. a vell, the Ejham / 5her, inserts a notice with reference .to good quality meat. An Oddfellows'g social will b3 held? at Mernda on Friday; November 3,. the date being altered from that pre vionsly fixed. Applications are called for tlte po sition of health inspector and inspec tor of nuisances for the East riding. of the Eltham shire. A second lodge (The Darebin) was opened in Ivanhoe last week, when W. Bro. E. A. Knell was installed as Master by the Pro-Grand Master (R.W. Bro. Hickford); 7The sign Wattle Glen-has replaced that of Balee-the station between Hnrstbridge and Diamond `Creek. 'he. name;onthe sttation appears as two words, but on. the ticket it is one word. Wat...

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METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 September 1922

-METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL.. On Sixuday; Septembe.a 17, the Hurstbridge .Methodist Sunday School held an open service, to which the parents,of th, children and all friends inrterasted. ere. invited. For some weeks- past the . scholarsi had .been practising new hymns and recitations, aicd. aiti~r the opening exercises they sang~h'hymn, ".Childrei of Jerusa tem.-" This was followed by a recitat iiin fi'on ýthle youtngpr seho1ýr:'; Jean _ ,treet; `sliBeBrtrania,.. Perdy Wood, Jim (Cox, lDoris Gardiner, Marjorie Mumir.ini, a?d'`1Annie. Cox, ientitled, " Littlle beai of rosy lighti " Then. followed a solo by Connie Gardiner, and chorus by the S.S, "What can little h ndsdo, " . o please the King of Heven,,' .and a,, recitation by the little ones, "God make my life a little .light." Mr. Merson addressed .the sch")lars, and * presented prizes . to: Connie Gardiner, and Nellie Street, for the number of texts found in which 'Love", occurred; 180 texts were found by . .Gardiner. After the hymn, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 September 1922

ie`lphone 354 J. Leading Store of Eltham " We supply at lowest prices, the best of goods Groceries, Produce, Drapery, Boots, &o. DELIVERED AT ..YOUR DOOR. A., and E. COPELAND, (Late J. R. & N. LEE.) General Grocer and Produce Merchant, RAILWAY STORE, MAIN ROAD, ELTHAM. Give us One Trial and-be Convinced. g~* Anything not in Stock will be Procured. Hurstbridge Bakery - W. .BODEY - r? ishes to notify the Public of Hurstbridge and V'I surrounding district that he has purchased M£r. Oliver's Business, and having a first-class BAKER is in a position to supply a- GOOD LOAF OF BREAD. • ,- : " .. 7 :0:?--- BROWN BREAD and SMALL GbOODS . Specialty. Don't "'Keep a Few Fowls" HAVE LAYERS ! A Few Choice Breeding Cockerels left I will appreciate Early Orders for at l Is each. SETTINGS OF EGGS-(W L.) 7s ed White Leghern - xr owx splendid , per settiug. £2 10s per 100. strain. DAY OLD" CHICKS-(W.L.) 15s per Rhode Island Red - JAxar aTAIx's doz., £1.0ls per 25, £2 10s per 50, compet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 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. 0. W. _OLEaR8 (LATE OF A.I.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDGE. A I. AMUBLR. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. . our 'ervice for Mutual Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 I UPPLIED somplete-BATS, BALLS, LEG GUARDS. STUMPS, GLOVUS, MATTI2NS, BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades New Handles LADIES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. N ew andles Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. ORICI(ET BJALL5 recovered equal to new. Best value of all 8portiqg Coods guaranteed. A trial will Coqvince you 389.391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT ' MZADn Ix AUSTRALIA NTr AUSTRALIAIs 28 Years Experiece. Phone 144, Northcote Factory, Northcote. City address : Cromwel...

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COMPULSION IN ARBITRATION. Spurious Remedy for Industrial Ills. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 September 1922

r COMIPULSION IN ARBITRATION. . I Spurious Remedy for Industrial Illse. The system of compulsory arbitra ion was presented -to the people of Lustralia as something in the nature if a gift designed as a cure-all for the industrial ills that, are visited upon the community. The value of the t remedy is indicated by the fact that i In eight years strikes in the Conmmon- • wealth cost. the workers. in.:wages the Dice rouhd sum Qf £i0,248,998. This T Ss the actual amount which the 6 workers forfeited because they de- 'i elined to work. It may be contended , that this huge sum of money was not t entirely lost to.the workers, because they may have gained higher wages thro'ugh striking. Of course, every- 1 one knows that strikes are intended t to increase wages. But how often do , they gain the. end for which they h aim? Very rarelyl If the wage earner were to enquire how often E strikes are successful, he would be o surprised to learn that direct action has t conquered on few occasions. In...

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Kinglake. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 September 1922

Kinglake.. (-'ROM A CORo?C 0NRESPO-DENT.): An-:entertainment was: held. in the: Kinglake hall on Friday, September 15, the proceeds: of w'hich were in aid of the widow and child of the late Bert MDonald.. The concert, -which was given.?y the. Yarra Glen Minstrel troupe at their own per sonal expense, was a. great success. Mr Jenning, on. behalf of# the. com mittee, moved a hearty xote of than ks: for' the kindness of the: troupe and all present, as the weather was any thing but satisfactory.. Mr Cary, responding'ou' behalf of the troupe, said it gave them much pleasure to be able to help such a. deserving ncause. During the evening pot plants: (gift of Mir Warner, Camberwell) were sold, £2(being realised.. .herei wire ai?s.o.wo-affles, one be-. ing a silver teapot (gift of.D. ai?l W.. Chandler) and a baby's outfit (gift4 of Messrs Stent: aid' .:Corcoran).l They were won by Mr J. Hayes and Mr G.: Mills respectively.: Dancing was continued ti.. daylight,, high-class masic'being sappli...

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Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 September 1922

.Eltham. (rwoMI OURnCORESPONDENT). d At :the annual meeting of the. El thibmriid ndGlen Patk Progress Associa tron. held on; September rj4, Mr J. T hanks was re-elected President and ipr4D.J. JPUoll as assistant-secretary. Mr Barber 2was .elected: as secretary, and ':r A. Smitlers as treasurer. The retiring officers were Meisrs J. Banks t .(president), G. .Pascal (secretary), :J. R....Lee. (treasurer) and D. J. M'Coll (assistant secretary.) The annual meeting of the Eltham Tennis Club :was held= on Wedniesday, I September .13. The fiollowing officers I were - re-elected :- Mr F: DI)udfield' (president), .Mrs.G...Phillips (vice-pre sident), Mr rF. .Gilseffan (secretary), and lliss -I. liidfield (treasurer). The meeting decided.to have a working-bee on Saturday. September 23, to get the court in good playing order -Thzedate So.f the official opening' was :held over. " ...-The-ciickekt season p ill ppen'-on :Satuiday- iith a. inatch against the 1 '- Age' 'office. The official opening I...

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Councillors' Felicitations. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 September 1922

'Councillors'. Felicitations, The Whittlesea shire councillors, during the luncheon hour of the last fineting, indulged in 'a little convivi ality to celebrate the annual election of the president.. Cr B. :Mlormac'y, having been re-elected to'thps position;j proposed the toast of "The King;" re-J marking that it is not customary to make a speech in doing so, but as every nation must have a heaid, the King is the head of our nation, and therefore his health is always drunk. 'Or Clarke proposed the, toa t of "'The President,". and in doing so said Or McCormack had always been known as a good sport, ,and during the past two years he had been in the chair - he had given them all a fair, run-. The councillors feel honored on Cr. McCor mack again accepting the position. The President in returning thanks, said he would not have takeni the posi tion unless he knew that he had the right kindof men behind him :'Re ferrihg to the finances of the council, he.said that in .trying:to keep'the rat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 September 1922

Shire of'Eitham. TENIDERS, addressed .to the President, .are-invited, and ..will be received up' to 11 a.m Monday, October 2, 1922. at the Shire Hall, Kangaroo' Ground,; for the un dermentioned works : Contract 12 E 22-Fencing Recreation Reserve, also" repairinog the ex isting external fence. -Contriact 13 i 22-Ereotion-of Tim ber Bridge over Kaylock's Cross ing. Specifications may be seen at the Shire. Hall, Kangaroo Ground, and at the office of Messrs Wnodcock-and M'Cormack, 430 Little Collins Street, Melbourne., Preliminary deposit of 5 per cent. must socompany each tender. . The lowest or any tender not pcessarily accepted. P. J'. M'BIAHON. Shire Secretary.' Shire of Eltham. A PPLICATIONS'will be received by the Council up to. 1.1. a.m. on Monday,. October 2, for the position of Health In spector and Inspector of Nuisances for the East Riding. . - P. J, I 'MAHON, SShire Secretary. Septembe't 20, 1922. FOR SALE.- Motor ycle ' Rudge-multi; . splendid order. Full particulare HAiYr ...

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BOY SCOUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

BOY SCOUTS. The .Eurstbridge Scout ha?,e been. thanked .biy tii treasurder oF tlhe Chik idren'a Welfare. Association (' r. 8 Greig Sn?it)h for their recent efftort on WoVattle' Diay. The blossoms reached the .city in good condition, and . fhe association: greatly: appreciated their syipa?thetic. co-operation on behalf of children s oharities., The boxes were supplied, at is ual, by Mr. Collard. The above letter-was received by I r. J.~.Shanhui;i'who hat always taken an Iacivoei interest ii the welfare of chil dren..

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Research. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

R-esearch. COn Saturday last the working-bee, which was formed rerienfly in connec tion with the Research. TerinisPClub, met again to resume work. ,There.vas a: gouodattendancei and at large itnount of work was done. An impromptu meeting was. held by the: " bee' on the ground. As there is such a lot to be done, it wa agrieed ihat a plough, scoop, and a pain. of horses would be required 'to expedite: the. forming of the court and -making drains. T"wo energetic ýmeqnbers, who are taking a great interest in this matter, promised to provide the horses and the neces sary'implements. It now behoves the members and -residents, to .:c6me along td-morrow (Saturday) with .shovels, etc., and assist in spreading the earth that . comes from the .excavatiotis, Moreover, there are a. number of lads' and lassies blooming into manhood and -womanhoodv and when this court is '-finished it will provide a healthy pastime for .them, besides being a ·great asset to the little village of Re search.: The la...

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Strathewen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

Strathewet. .(ROM 3A GORRESLPONDiNT) The monthly meeting of the Pro gress Association was held in the Strathewen hall on Saturday evening, September 23. There w'as a large at tendance of members. In the un avoidable absence of the president (.ir G. Brain) Mr ?Mann was elected to the chair. .. .. On the motion' of Mr Mann; sec onded by Mr V. Brain, Mr A Powell was elected a member of the associa tion, and was welcomed by members. Mr J: Mann "moved, and Mr V. Brain seconded, that this association initiate a public agitation in support of proposed Bill to rate lands vested in the Mlelbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works, Srt Mann, irn a vigorous address, re called that as the result of representa tions made to him by, ratepayers and residents of the shire of Eltham, Whit .tlesea, and Healesville, Mr Everard, true to his constituents and the coun try in general as he has: always proved to be, consented to give notice of. in Itroducing into Parliament a' Bill to have lands vested in th...

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RATING M M B LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

RXTING MM MB LAND. The Sitrathewen Progress Associa pion has decided on initiating a cam paignl in support of>. Mr.. V. ,H. Everard s proposal to have lands rated' which are vested in, the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of. Works,. which will come before the House. in November. Thesaasociation appointed' l r Murphy, jun.;as districtorganiser, who will be pleased to supply infor mation .to any of the residents. M r: Diunstne (secretary of the Kinglake, \V. Progres' Association, has con vened a special meeting for to-rorrow" ever-inb t6-discuss the advisability of" fallihig' into line -with' Stritr.ewen. Tbho;.Bealesaville :Progress Assbciatiofr wil.l.alii, b?fsaked to give support to .the memnber., intro?euing, the bill; There is -a feeling amonigst the rate payers that as the passing of the bill' will mean s 'much to the district that no stgne should' be left unturned which.h will givi support.to th, t mea-: sure.

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PROTESTANT FEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

PROTESTA NT FEDERATION. Under the auspices of the Vic torian Protestant Federation the Arthur's Creek branch held a most successful meeting in the Methodist Church on the 6th inst. The speakei for the evening (the Rev. D Daley.. of Melbourne) gave a very thorough and interesting lecture on "The problem of Ulster." Mr Daley handled this subject, which is one of the burning questions of the day, in a most cap able manner, and in dealing with Ulster during James the First's reign right on through the centuries of time up to the present day, showed himself to be possessed of endless facts, and this kind of knowledge imparted to any audience is not only interesting but very instructive The large gather ing present voted Mr Daley as one of the big successes of the quarterly meetings. .1r. Daley gave this his torical lecture during the convention held recently in Melbourne, and re ceived an ovation for his fine address. In the absence of the President (Mr Collom) Mr Fred Freeman. jun., pro...

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THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 29. Proposed New Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

aItlt ria lld ' 'btittlexot. t Sit: AND· Iameud areh Vality Aducart e Published Every Friday Afternton HURSTBRIDGE, SEPTEMBER 29. :Proposed New Shire. THE progress of the district, lack of many things in common with vari ous ridings .in two shires, and the desire for a compact municipality in which growing towns have commnn ity of interest are the principal motives*: which are causing rate payers .to agitate for a; new shire. Hurstbridge, which. is the terminus of the line, '"is controlled by three shires--Heidelberg, Eltham, and ýWhittlesea. The shires cut of which the proposed municipality would be formed consist of suburban, rural and. country., For many years- it.has been realized that the Greensbor-, ough riding has had nothing in com mon with the other portions of the Heidelberg shire-Fairfield, Ivanhoe and Heidelberg-which are receog-. nized as .residential snburbs, whilst the Greensborough- area is rural. The, Heidelberg : council controls a large scope of country,. in addit...

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THE TRUTH ABOUT SUGAR. Facts and Figures for Consumers. No. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

THE TRUTH ABOUT. SUGAR. Facts and Figures for Consumers. No. ?. The retail price of sugar In As?ttra hia rose to 6d. per pound only when sugar had to be importL', if tht in Justry had received before the wer the -arme encouragement as was given to' o.ther kinds of production, rmnporta tions would have been unnece..:ary, and the retail price need not have 'aver .ged more than Ad. per' pound, a-at :houlig the people of other coun tries were paying up to is.' Gd. The sugar control was en forced by the Government in tho in terests of consumers, and not at the request of the 'sugar producers. In 1918, so keen was the struggle for existence in the north that 4(,000 acres of the sugar fields went out of cultivation. The following extracts from the re port of the Commonwealth Royal Commission on Sugar, 1920, explain the situation:-"In October, 1918, the price of Australian sugar to manufac turers who had contracts for the supply of jams, jellies, and canned fruits to the Imperial, Indian, a...

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ELTHAM SHIRE MEMORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

ELTHAM SHIRE MEMORIAL.'. A iAmeeting of the,1?idies of Kangaroo Ground was held in the Shire Hall on Thursday, September 21, to consider a .request from the gemorial 'Park Committee to hold a bazaar to raise funds for the :purpose of erecting a memorial- in the Shire: of Eltthatn ý\leniorial Park-in honor of' al.l who enlisted: fr.om the Shire. It, wasa de ci ded to accede to the request condition, arll` and, tolioiid ?'bazaar about March .next, ;ttle ;condition beinig that the Bazaar C &imittee be given represen tation on any committee empowered. to deal with the memorial in propor tion tothe amount it,may raise. The f~llowiig office bearers were appointed:. Slii dent, Mrs .Bell; secretary M ir B ?urchier; treasurer Mrs Gosling. Sewing.meeting'are to he held monthly= and orders for work will, be taken.

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