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THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Greek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 27 July 1917
TIIHE 6fithan at Whittlcsca s Wirts Ndurtiser AND ,talttond (rccL Jatlot ýd4totaf Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1917. A danco for patriotic purposes will be held at the Kangaroo Oround Hall to-morrow (Saturday) evening. The annual meeting of the Arthur's Creek Rifle Club will be held on Saturday, August 4th, at 8 p.m. Messrs Charles Hamilton and Co will hold tlheir monthly salu at Wallns to-morrow (Saturday). Particulars appear in our advertising columns. The Hurstbridlg. Entertainers will give a grand vaudevillo entortainmoent and concert in the local MILll on Saturday evening, 4th August. Messrs II. C. Costello and Co., under instructions from. Mr P. lren nan, will sell his orchard at Arthur's Creek on Monday, 13:th August. Full particulars are given inl our adver tising columnls. By advertisement in this 9?ue0 ox-Cr Mealy, J.P., announces that he will be a candlidoato for the South Riding ceato at the Eltham Shire elections in August next. We draw the attention...
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 27 July 1917
ELTHAM. (FROM OUR CORREPONDENT.) The wattle vandals are early on their work of destruction. A party on a recent Sunday, whilst the owners were &nbsp; at chuch, invaded the property of a resident and positively tore trees limb from limb to gain the coveted blossom. In another case crop was trampled and fence pulled down to gain access, and the owner has cut the trees down to prevent further trouble. Police prosecution might teach some of these savages a timely lesson. Mr C. Overman, our worthy H.T., has, on appeal, been placed on the pro- motion list for advancement in the service. Last Sunday being the nearest Sun- day to St. Margaret's day, the local Church of England named after the saint mentioned, held its patronal service. Special music was rendered by the choir to a large congregation. The Rev. T. Sapsford is working for an honour board in connection with the church in addition to his other numerous activities. On Sunday, the 15th, the plain clothes police visited lice...
For Sale or 10 Years Lease QUEENSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 27 July 1917
For Sale or 10 Years Lease QUEENSTOWN. 480 ACRES of Timbered Land, 11 &nbsp; miles from Hurstbrridge Railway &nbsp; Station by good road,wlth prospects of early extension of railway, much nearer; 2 miles &nbsp; from Post-office; 2 miles from School. Diamond Creek runs through the land, which is surroulnded by 7 wire fence. CLASSES OF TIMBER:-Mesmate, Blue Gum,Blacbutt, Mountain Ash, and small &nbsp; proportion of Blackwood. All down grade by good road to station, There are hundreds of trees worth £10 each for export cases. MILL PLANT:- 15 h.p. oil engine, 1 &nbsp; &nbsp; breaking down bench (twin saws), 1 latest self feeding case bench, circular saws, emery wheel, wooden shied over whole plant, 12 chains of tram line for log-hauling. Good slopes to the Mill. Timber can be acquired in adjoining &nbsp; holdling as there is no other outlet for same except through this 480 acre property. &nbsp; &nbsp; PRICES REALISE...
GLENVALE. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
GLENVALE. (FtROM A CORRESPONDENT.) The Glenvale Brunch of the Lady Mayoress' League held a social in the Whittlesea Hall on Saturday, J.ly 14th, in aid of funds. Or Caorfuot, J.P., occupied the chair. Although there were many eotertainments of various kinds hold during July, the funds will henefit to the extent of £12 16e. During thb evening an auutton sale of goods left over from the bazaar was held. Raffles. Following are the several winning numbers:--Pir dlucks (gift of Mrs Thos. Jenkins) No. 77, winner Mrs Cavanagth, Eden Park; yellow satin cushion (gift of Miss Anna Cornfot) No. 22, winner Mr Dixon; crotchet cushion (gift of Mrs Veith) No. 15, winner Mtr Carey; table cover (gift of Mrsi D. Cornfoot) No,. 9, wiunner Mssa Rawlings. Mr S. Jenkins gave n pair of bantams, Mr Prowae a bog of wheat to be sold by niction. Concert Programment :-" God Save the King"; suog, " A Soldier's Song," Mr Fred. W:lker; violin solu, Mr MlI 11 ty?om; stong, Miss Ke.r ; atttCn, " Her-es of the D).rd...
INTERRUPTIONS AT HURSTBRIDGE HALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
INTERRUPTIONS AT HUl STIlRIDGE IIALL. TO TIIn EDITOR OF TIE ADVERTIRER. Dear Sir.-I refrained from writing last week on this subject. Seeing your reporter present at the entertainment-one given by a travelling vaudeville cnlpanri-I fully expected to see a report of it in your papor, and perhaps ar few seathing remnarks on the conduct of a few persons present. out evidnotly your representative had a night off, for there was not even a report. The crnduct I refer to was interjections and remarks thrown at the perfermrners, and - rhich were altorrther out of place, and I think it only rlghr to let those persons know that their efforts to block one of the Items were Inot appreelated by the rest of anliencee. They should have remeombered that they were not hiring Ihe lHall, and also that others present paid to see the entertainment, and upon that right they should not Iave cueroechede Tfhere is always room outside for persons wh do do not wish to see a performanlce. 'fhesO inter jections...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
CORRESPONDENCE. TO IR r.fDIroR OF TiHE ADVJiTIT5ER. Without elueorclog the opinions of our correspoule nt, we shIall he glad to insert coumnunleuatiuon hearing upon topicse of public interest, which ma.y be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, of condition of receiving the writer's real Sname, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THi BDITOR ON TIOt ADVERTISER. Dear Sir,-By your kind permission I desire to contradict a statement that has been made thatI said I would not ride again with the Shire Engineer hecauso he is a RIoman Catholic. It is absolitely falseo. I have never at any time moade ouch a stlate muet. Thanking yol in anticipation, I remain. &e., J. DAIILEY ME~ALY.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
TO TIHE EDItOR OF TIHE ADVERTIBSER. Dear SIr,-Having a few minutes td waste,. I have decided to trespass on your valuable space for a reply to a letter which appeared in a receltisueo of your paper, siuned 'tSticky." Truly the writer has named himself well, It does not need further explanation for anvone possessed of tommon senlls to undierstand why. The lonour Btuord that was recently unveiled at Arthur's Creek was intendel by Mr Apps for the Church, anid, acting under his instructions, his workmen inscribed on it ' Arthur's Creek Methodist Church hIoll of Honour." Recently, at a lHall Committee meetinlg, I understand this subject was brought forward, " Why was the Itonotur Board placed in the Church when Mr Apps intended it for the lhll ?"' A reply to this at the time was given. When Mr Irown,. the Melthodist minister. htatd of the abore he at once eom nii'scated with Mr Apps, who replied to the effect that the Board was for the Church ; but as there was likely to be ill-feeliug a...
Eltham Shire. COUNTY—Evelyn. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
BEltham Shire. 'CCoTNY-Erclyn. P•ppaaus-? artgoyne. Suttnnonrt art Greensbooron h K k, }?glk lmbik, Queensitown, Tun North. Created s District, 26th Sept., e 856 claimed a Shire, 6th April, 1811 daries adjusted, 31st May, 1912, Loans--i5000 ; Sinking Fund President--iobert D. TayIr Councillors,. Sonrn ItIMqo. Name Addres Robert Dacid Taylor Elihau si William Morrisa Eltbia James Murray Elthata NOtTIERN RIDING. Robert C. White Kangaroo Grohad Wm. Georle Gray, J.P* Allw . John lann Strathewes EAasTean RIDIONG. Chas. Hicke Bath, J.P.* Yarra. Gle Joseph Smedlep* Yarra GlGeb William HIubbard ?Steel's Cre 1 Has beea President. Council meets at Shire Oilce, )ur Ground, First Monday in month all Secretary attends ofice from 10 to t Orecel?s., Acting Secretary, Valuer and Coll, P.J. MIMaono. Enuineer-Cbharles John M'Corack 430 Little Collins street, Melbourne, Treasurer-V. bhreaetrom, Cos Bank, Greensboroagh. Sanitary and"Inspctcra Slueghtetc -John Cone, D. Walker, 8. W. Rea1n Polndkeperes--...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
TIHE IS and Whittlesx Ifttreý ~irtrtiscr anod Grcclk Valety l g dvocate Ihledl Ecvery Fridany lorning. SFtII)AY, AUGUST 3, 1n17. e lurstbridge Entertainers will a concert in the Hurltbridge Hall arrow (Saturday) evening. e ordinary monthly meeting, of Eltham Shire Council will be held londay next. . . a helad-teacher and children of treamville school, with the assist of the School Committee and nts, are organising a concert and of gifts, to he followed bya dance. proceeds are to he devoted to the Schools' War Relief Fund. The t is a most worthy one, and the r promises to hbe a great success,. ill be held in the Arthur's Creek lhanies' Institute on Friday even 31st, August. ta meeting convened by the Shire ident (Cr. L. W. Clarke), to be to-morrow (Saturday) evening at Mechanics' Institute, Whittlesca, following resolution will be sub ed for adoption, viz :-" On this, third anniversary of the declaration righteous war, this meeting of the ens of Whittlesea records its xible determina...
Methodist Church Services. AUGUST 5TH, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
MothodiHt Oliuroli Sorvioos. 7 16 p~m,, ArIII,,gRn in 71 I. t- ,t 1r.111 'Ir 11 ole, (uillld rlrrIjI-7 p I).. Supply. 'Iiiuint'n Curnur.--7 p.mi., Mli A, Canrr,
PANTON HILL RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
PANTON HILL RED ?URO9SS 800IETY. The second aniual meeting oif the above - sOciety was ]heldi.n the Public l.ll on Thursdty, 20th unit., when there was a goid attenldance or tuntlPt ters. TiLhe annual anllne,.eheet, which wvns anublnited by Missn attq.y, Hon. Secretary, and kidi(dly dt!.itld "y Miuses Qa'.brook and Riiy, showed ,htt snubcriptton, amountin,, ton £48 1T G(I, hod lhitlei receiv.;d for th. year, anld £ i t :1, hald boon Ixltlde1, thus ltaving a Ilalnee nifL 10s Il ftnr thlt ourrent year. ,Dotitig ite.,ynr 16 ineetings nere held, and ith. fllowittc articles sent to the Central D.pot: 225 pnirm socks 158 pairs hed socks : 67 pits slippets : 6 pairs koe.kdsps 4 pairs mittensa 1 pair gloves 22 t,,ufllers 2099 Ihanlldkrlhir s 93 lpillow-slipe 489 wbshera 82 slirlts 17 culhliote .iv " ?. acok.t ; , " s "10 limnh suittn ' '![ 86 kitihItCs, Also lItn altnd i" Atrtrtlaslan.t We have stultdl tIhe IkneIll tor Earl ITi.clhener, but hlii spirit still lines aonllljst us. Watlty -- ci...
REMINDERS FOR AUGUST. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
REMINDERS FOR AUGUST. (From "Journal of Agriculture," 10Oh July, 1917). LIvT STOCsK Horses.-Th'l'se stabled can be fed liberally. Those doing last or bheavy work should be clipped; if not wholly, then trace high. Those not rugged on coming into the stable at nigltt should be wiped down and in halfan. hour's time rugged or covered with hogs until the coat is dry. Old b.rseu not weaned fools should be given aorshed oats. Grass.fed working hebure should be given hay or straw, if !here i+ no old gruas, ti !onurernsl the purging effects of the young growth. Oiua and badly conditioned horses shbould be given some boiled barley. OCatle.-Covs should still hie rugged, but coverings should be removed frequently, in order to en able the animal to get rid of the old coatr; or, bet er still, a good curry combing may blie given. Continue hay or straw. Look up treamenat frr milk fever in "Year Book of Agriculthore, 1905," and treat cattle accordingly. .Give calves a good warm dry shed. Give the mi...
STRATHEWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
STRATHEWEN. n (t'oost CoOOIksPOSIDENT) 1ksixth 50001 hily owes ing of ther Okhrwsrii Fruit sotl Prorroos Moo., nol Wvao old 00 Soi urdlay tost, 28.1k ki nsiid fkils'Ik~o nl f iois Kisglakas Uriliss I~k, tUusllkcss wO dealt wvish us is rf r~lrrkkrsr to a lutter irons thul ikHlI Froiigrl~nWsrrs Asooo1nisdoi ilog fIrI ~Ik I·lesst tI r ULI~ d ItIidi rI er·yl 5110115 15155 it W.)S 0)0 ss'uI tls\1Il i)1)1' lp kikkt 5tlktin5 hIint 08 iltis As ols l kld II Il3.j'Ctlkl tLl'lir oICtususo1 for lklk.tllirkkt Of tkltXI 10500k1'S Cr551., £50 - '55 Srkkulkl iitiesilt. itk! iosstilisy of oroctiog cool ii~osy. SlkIlky ikkkorreatilk55s e nilk.n i~fscsiv rstlisclhilssn cil lrlt ~ I~t t~il~ kIlls It~lk~iiktkttI)I 111kILtil SI(t5.i skk..£d ill st ieyssslcs for tlkll in.l EYi tislus'. 0~1 cferrlnizlglul I lclll rslws hllil l ~'A Illstler Wikich Oknlsod 11)0011 Ilisukil. Jik i. S k. iil 55)50'r~i~ tkuyiikf 1( Suns tklrlcr lluI~ vrkloplki of o YIkII'1kkIk tkk' 5 11"'"n Ifc AS~r 5lll k'l~lkl b'trLl. k Ilk )...
ARTHUR'S CREEK RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
'ARTHUR'S CREEK RIFLE CLUB A spoon shdot at 400 yards was fired on the AMernds range of lah above club on Saturday last, when 11 mem birs competed. Good weather tcndi. tione, oomnbined with the easy distance, helped in the compilation of some good scores, and two membelrs secured 68 out of 70 off the rifle. First pria.? went to Gnrsido, who was, however, closely followed by fulhlisch. The former in the shoot off secured 6 bulls without breaking, and the lattiersecured 5. The leadiug scores were : tifln h'cp total. . Garaide ... 68 3 70 S. Hallisch ... 67. 8 70 A. L. Brock ... 68 3 70 A. V. Wood ... 66 8 , ;,69 R. Greenwood 65 4 "69 J. Laidlay ... 64 3. 67 0 Lanoee ... 59 7.. ,66 H. Graft .. 56 10 66. The annual meeting of Ihe club rill he held rolmorrow night (4 8. 17) at the Hazelglen Ball. ++ ~ ~ ~ ~ ' __? ... ?"·
THE EAST RIDING. MUNICIPAL STEEPLECHASE. AT YARRA GLEN. THURSDAY, 23RD AUGUST. NOMINATION FEE, £10. INTENDING CANDIDATES MUST NOMINATE ON OR BEFORE AUG. 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
THE EAST RIDING. MUNICIPAL STEEPLECHASE, AT YAIIRA GLEN,. THURSDAY, 23au AUGUST.. NOMINATION FEE, £10. INTENDING CANDIDATES. MUtST NO.IINA'TE ON OH BEFORE AUG. 9Tn. Two candidates are already spoken of, and there's every promaise of a ~nod race. Their names are Democrat and A bsentee. Absentee is a veteran and gallops well on the track with a grade of one in twenty. Democrat is a maiden and will gal. lap well on the local track. Only those names that are on the municipal betting list are allowed to bet. Lists may be procured for the small sum of sixpence. Anyone wishing to bet by post should make an applicainln to the Chief Steward for a ticket at once. The weather forecast for the day is cloudy and threatening and a muddy track. STICKY Nlo II. 'Eat'in so Ilanikv moaih ,,bart that thor 'orse of the Presideat's I bhort it mite resemhble this e,. ols bloke erea mine. I 'ad a real dead cunnen ole bloke 'orse, called 'im Seipe.; e'd eac any bloomen thlin,, an' jump, 'e could j'op. I ast...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
be following article, written by ner H. S. Gallett, an Australian nelist, serving with the Australian d Artillery, Australian Impatrial e, has been made available by the later for Defence. RRIVAL IN ENGLAND. Salisbury Plain. a heat of the tropics is gone; we lost our ration of limm.juice; to, and singlet., and bare feet give to warns :and still warmer cloth appetites sharpen; I blue seas and r skins fade into green and grey. et the long and yet happy voyage awing to its close. England is at hand. We see more steamers, and smalel, eeh goineg her chosen as though the seas had soddenly cleared of their peril ; and, grand. ight of all for the eyes of those .love ships, many stately sailing ?l go by, the submarine zonet behind them, the most wonderful tnee sorely of all the evidences of hh sa power. Un.atutended, ance a matchless ulseen organization t" Navy, they went their way, tIhe a of Gitd their one arm against .iheat scientific achinevements and uctiv? weapons of the enemy. e troops...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. For Coughs\aud Colds, never fails, 1s 64. iirse zis of Mica St., Eroken Hill, N.S.W. who has a vast cxperience in fever and operating cases, and during her pro. fessional career has been associated with some of AIELAI E'S LEIDING SURSEONS sives her opinion, after dose observation, of the strengthening powers of CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "For months I have read the testimonies of nurnes in the papers, enpresning their opinion of the valu eble medicine, Clenments Tonic. "I qualified for the pro rfenion over 40 years ago, and in earlier days I was associated with "ome of Adelido's clovereat sur fgoons. Unt4d 12 years ago I nursed in South Aus trali., and am at present on the Barrier Fields. I have had great experi ence, and can oendorse the testimonicsa F the nurnes I have re' d. I have closely noted the effect of medicines upon my patients, and years ago was satisfied Clements Tonic had no equal. I am still of that opinion. Use thUi as you wish. (ignerd) NURSE...
ELTHAM. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
ELTHAM (FROM A CORREPONDENT ). &nbsp; FOOTB)ALL. Last Saturday week the Eltham team met the Bundoora boys in the local Park. Although the Bundoora team was far superior as regards weight the local team won through by 1 goal The scores were :-Eltham 3 goals 2 points, Bundoorn 2 goals 3 points. Charles, Overman kicked two of the goals on, the winning. side, whilst the third was kicked by Alf. Isherwood. St. Margaret's Patron'al Festival Iho Sunday proved an undoubted success., Oloral Communion was celebrated o, 11 s.m,. and Festal evening at 7 30. The clhir did excellent work, especially in the rendtlering of Guood's "a end Oat Thy Light," which founld ready appreciation by the largo congregatioons assembled. [The above itemas eached this offioe to, late far itsertiou in last iluse. El . "A."]
TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 3 August 1917
TO TIIR EITTOlt O" TIII AVltI:IKTIrI.t. Dear Nir,--lle t~ttntot help bhlin anluced at the fluhtilllg ~llltels of your Ihutbuil gieti correspolldetll. hAnt.ll-lullllhllo. I raith. In tny oash letter thlt lle rt lllrin't Ie haplpy till he lietit, ttallt tlhtt hie woult lte h|lsted with hI owln p lard, viz.. ra lltle bit of lis own Iunlier a nom tB plume. lll| stre enough ts moto Ics I llllljollltell Ihut aI rebeloon of hIla mileht alfer lhrough hItl lutters, he at ontet says " tow, hold 11t Il11, thlr Is IB not falrznin11C oIlt nl the nl wn"I itts devoid of putlltcl iterest." hit o loiig us Ihe olther wrtt.ru were It htt ithe Ou.11t ito| itltlltg his bletttity, te tteenttl e i jerci every) pttiiit l bc itt te?ll e u n iI, hitsi got so for L wolti, )l(-tIo hk Captl Apitd if he would ktillle glive uis, if Ihe ,it. a sho't reotLt of wt llllIctlall t lu Cls t htt dole Ltlwvards ti, war. 'hlt willl, Ini, etall ln, ip of ltipllllr I tLIIIIRIe I ttt IIot I n lr e e m le ln t ihl " A n t I I ...