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Diamond Creek Rifle Club. FORTY NEW MEMBERS. RANGE AT COTTLE'S GULLY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

Diamond Creek Rifle Club. FOIRTY NEW MEMBERS. RANGE AT COTTLE'S GULLY A meeting of the Diamond Creek Rifle Club was held in the Hurstbridge hall on Saturday afternoon last; when the question of the proposed new range at Cottle's Gully and forty new ne:nbers from Panton Hill and Queenstown was brought under the notice of members. The small at tendance was due to the opening of the cricket season. r W. Tucker (captain of the Dia mond Creek clut,) occupied the chair. Mr Kimpton said that at a me=ting in Panton 'lill it was decided that the old Queenstown club would throw in its lot with Diamond Creek. The chairman said a little time ago it was suggested that he and Mr Shan hun should see about a new range; and they had secured one at Cottle s Gu'ly. up to 800 yards. It is an ideal site, and the men can fire with their backs to the sun. The Diamond Creek Club has a membership of 30o, and being an old club they have many privileges. +e had seen the super visor of rifle clubs, who quite a...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Eltham. RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

Eltham. RED CROSS SOCIETY. " V,, t OUR CORRBSPOND5WT:.) - ho. o Jk : dol:a1Poir.a TheiElth m branch'of the Rei'ross society -held a very successful ýeuchre party and dance in the public hall on Saturday evening: Pleasant' weather codiditions prevailed, snd consequyently the attendance was large . Mrs. Luck man provided the music, and Mr A.; Gbllings was. M.O. A large number of the visiting. rJ~'- eters attended the function. Thee::euchre was again an attraction. Mr. .V.:M'Coll succeeded in annexing the, gentleman s .prize, I and Mrs Lederman secured the lady's award. Mrs 'Bowman; and Mr F. Scott carried off the booby awards. Mrs Ritter, who 'is hon. secretary of. the society, kindly donated the prizes, which werme v'iluable ones for an' affair of this kind: Mrs Jewell, who pre sented the prizes, thanked all those who had assisted in the organization ,of .the function' mind also those who patronized the 'ef' : rt he dancers were well catered for, as Mr Gollings arranged an excellent ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

The- Nbrthb Riding Shire of" Eltham, Aasociation, will commence their,first round of matchea.on,Saturdly,.October 14. Thii season, three. extra clubs have registered, zir.,. Pknton Hill, .Ohristmas Hills, and: Arthur.a Creek,. making 7 competing; clubs for" Camp. bell-Hewitt Shield, which, has to be won three times before becoming the absolute property of any one club. The Association has left SBturday, Februear' 10; 1923, vacant in, their fixtures for a test match against- the. Whittlenea Shire Association, Thic match will be played at Hurstbridge Mr WT. Knell (Patron of the Arsscia tion) has offered a troph~y (a bat) for presentatinn to the player who makes. the highest score in Associatiorn '?it?ches during the seagon.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence, WHITTLESEA COUNCIL AND WHEEL TAX TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

- Correspondence, WHITTLESEA COUNCIL AND WHEEL TAX TO THI EDITOR O THE ADVBRTI?ER. :Sir,--1Wihyou petmit.me space to ask the Whitt esea Council to review its attitude towards. the proposed wheel tax before tlie' holding of the lMunicipal Couference in the next few'days, when a test.vote 'is-to be taken to ascertain the views of shire councils. on .this -matter. When the Wbhittlese, Council appointed "a delegate some months ago to a conference-to consider the proposed wheel tax the details asw'o the collection of the tax and spending the proceeds were not then known. The popular impression then was that those who. used the main roads were to be taxed, to support their" main tenance aud this would mean that owners of motor cars and vehicles in the metropolis would contribute towards the maintenance of the Whittlesea main roads. But what is" the proposal of the Minister of Public Works and the Country Roads Board ? The Board, finding it has made a mistake in declaring 6,600 miles of ro...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUNDAY TENNIS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

SUN)DAY TENNIS. TO THE EDITOR OF THB ADVURTIUDR. Sir.--1 have noted. the contents of your correspondeut's ("Love All ") letter, which appeared in 'last week's 1 Advertiser." I have also received furbther protest in refer ence to the IHurstbridga Tennis Club's reso lution,, viz., refusing to allow" tennis on Sundays. As the qiestion; " : hnuld the playing of"gamer s publicly be allowed on Sundays" is exciting much iuterest, I will refrain from making any official reply to protests until after my executive meets next Friday evening,' 29th inst. ; then, with the club's approval, reasons for protecting the court from tinjury by Sunday revellers will be given. The. advisability of allowing Sunday playing by members or visitors will be discussed at the meeting and the result made known.' The decision of the City Council concerning Sunday games in public places is regarded as a precedent by some who claim to have healthy, modern ideas, so they accordingly express surprise and amaze ment at...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

Church Servlces.. Church of Eugland Services will be sheld as follows.:- . SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1929. Hiurstbridge, 11 a.m. Holy Communion. "Scout Parade. tQueenstown, 3.30 p m. 'Panton Hill, 7 p.m. Holy Communion. Rev. E. Selwyn Chase

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

Methodist Church Services Methodist Church Services will be held isa follois : SSUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1932. Diamond Creek, 11 a.nm., Mr Thompson 7.15 p.m., ,MrCollom Arthbr's-Creek, a" p.m', AMr Thompson Cottle's. Bridge. 3 p.uL, Mr Rose Hurstbridge, 7 15 p.m., Mr McXl iggin Tanck's Corner, 3 p.m., Mr Colloln Panton Hill, 7.15 p.m., Mr Thompson. Wattle Glen, 7 15 p m.. Mr Freemani - -- -'-- . .

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

Local .and GenGeral: Diamond .Creek Rifle Club ;report', Arthur's Creek notes, 'and the Triith 'about'Sugai:appear on page 4 ..... Tender'a're called fo'r various privi, leges' for. 4Che.. Whittledea .show, atid close on OctoLeLr T. " The annual' meeting of the Hurst bridge Rcreatifrn R.eserve will be held on Tuesday evening nest. The concert in connection riththe -Red Cios-ociety at Arthtir'eiGreek has been ,oigponed on accgiiip of a bereavement..iiF An:: .ceri'ment in tobacco growing is to'be made y. Jvlr. ;J. J.. Kimptpn,-, of. "The .Knohhs,' Queenstown.' He, has put i. sufficient seed to plant four, acres. The "Eltham shire counicil will meet on Monday .'next at. 1.1 a.m.` when i tenders close for feideing and a timber " bridge, also applications for an in-: spector for th. North.riding. " Mr. R Cook, M.H.R., accompanied by' Col. Bourchier, O.M.G, M.LA., will address a public meetiig at Kan garoo Ground -on Monday evening n xt in- connection with the enlarged Indi division; Mr' ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

When swallows nestle 'neath the eaves And faintly stir the autumn leaves, There waft to me as night boats glide Sweet songs of love at eventide. Chill wind blows keenl across the bay As twilight hlowly wanes away, And that brings sear of colds, be sure Anl though!ts of Woods Peppermint Cure. And tile MELBOURNE 8jOW are iapidly Approachiqg I ORDER YOUR SUIT HOW and to be sure of satisfaction have it tailoreot at S.LiDs. All latest ma terials are now inatck, and one glance at them will be sufficient to convince any man of their superior, quality. EShacid's have beea tailoring Suits for particular men for years, and it's hardly necessary to mention that style, fit and workmanship will be of that. faultlessness that assures abso iu;e satisfacti, n. Call in to-day ald bemeasuced, or if unable to call,write for patterns a? once, ARTHUR SHANDS, Tailor and Mercer, 88 High Street, Northcote South, Paox~a: Northoote (97) Station Saw Mills HURSTBRIDGE. H ARDWOOD BUILDING TIMBER ON SALE ALL OnD...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

Tenders I Whittlesea Show, Nov. II. T ENDERS for Publican's Booth, Lun cheon Booth; Fruit Stall, Soft Drinks, Lollies, and Ice Cream, Brass Band, olose on OcrroazB 7Ta with W. R. MIRRIELEES, Secretary, Whittlesea. Public Notice... T WISH to notify. the Public o, o~a.: 1 Hurstbridge and SurrouudingDis-. trfctethat, with the addition of large dust proof - PAINT SSHOP - and the services of a first-class TanM 3ma, I am competent to undertake all classes of PAINTING and TRIMMING (cars a specialty.) .Wheelwriglting & Blacksmitbing 1 ton and 2 tori Motor. Trays and Bodies under City estimates. All Woirk Executed Promptly. - PRICES ON- APPLICATION - From October it, 1922, ..ar, NoTs-5 per cent. discount; spot, cash, 21 monthly ac. D. G. GRAHI?A (4t yearsFarrier sg. A.1 F.?: PIANOS PIANOS AND ORGANS Tuned and Repsired in any part of this district. DROP M'I A LINE. LOCAL ADDRESR F. q.O'NEILL, S' Upper Diamond Creek p.e. ?'? ' " " , ' Arthur's Creek . aqd Stratlewen Red Crass Branch. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

I elephnne 354 J. Leading Store of Eltham We supply at lowest prices, the best of goods? Groceries, Produce, Drapery,: Boots, &o. DICLIVERED AT YOUrn DOO.li C A. and E. COPE LAN, (Late J. R. & N. LEE.) .General Grocer and Produce Merchant, RAILWAY STORE, MAIN ROAD, ELTHAM. Give us One Trial and ,be Convinced. t. Anything not in Stock will be. Procured. Hurstbridge Bakery - W. ±tDEY - gifflshes to notify the Publi&c 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: SBROWN .BREAD and SMALL GOODS, :Specialty.. I - Look after the PENS and the POUNDS will take care of themselves ! Put the mtoney-maakin -..aying btrains into YOULU Fowl Pens. - SETTINGS of FERTILE EGGS now obtainable at short Notice. -- Price ; 7s 6d per Setting, 25s per 50, 5os per ioo. - PURE BRED --- WHITE LECG(ORNS, my own Tisted Straiq IRHODE- ISLAND RED James Ryaq's Com...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

THE Post Office Store. JAS :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. *. W. §@LLAR3 (LATE OF A.I.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HU RSTBRI DGE. A B. AMBLBB. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. IU t'KE IJT .eIA TIERI ! L At your Service for Mutual Priofit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 CMICI.*ET CLUJSs SUPPLIED eomplete-BATS, BALLS, LE( GUAnDS. STUMPS, GLOVES, MATTINGS, BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades New Handles BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRICIET BAtL8 reoovered equal to new. Best value of all Sportiqg Goods guaranteed. A trial will Coqvince you S._589~.- 91I Brunswick -Street,- Fitzroy. - AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT C MADE IN AUSTRALIA BY AUSTRALIANS. 28 Y.ars Experience. Phone 144, Northcote ...

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Diamond Creek. FOOTBALLERS DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

Diamond Creek. -FQOTBALL:'RS DInNER.' (noM- OUR CORRESPONDENT) :?complimentary dinner was ten dered by the eppporters to the Dia mond Creek F6otball Club in the lo cal hall on Saturday evening last, when there was a large attendance. Mr B. Rose was in the chair, and after the good things of' the'festive board had been partaken of, the fol lowing toasts were honored ---"The King," by the Chairman."? "The Football Association," by Mr Gild ing, and responded to by Mr lHodson. (captain of the Greenaborough club), "Kindred Football Clubs," by Mr Fisher, and responded toby Mn Rod -gers, of the Kangaroo Club, who. stated that: their' club was jnst feel ring their way duri-ngthe past season, 'and they intend next.season t6. let the: association. seer that they .cam play football. The toast of "The Pre-. mniers'. --the: .Greensborouigh ,cl;ub was proposed by Mr-Cbok, and res- ponded to, by Mr-S'uton.their-popu- lar- secretary,. who stated that-they deserved! to, be premiers; as they had a fi...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Amongst the Lyre-Birds. GLEANINGS FROM A LECTURE BY MR. T. TREGELLAS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

...-... ME: T. TRnOEIaA s- t S(By Edith E. -Armatrong.) - .- ?' most people 'th-. lyre-bird is v little `more than a name-a bird with = t aeale staped like a lyre, of a shy e disposition, and found in certain se- s chiluded parts of this country. Those v who were privileged to hear what Mr Tom.Tregellas lad to say about.it inu the Ivanhoe Hall the other evening, a and to see: the series of -picturesafrom a --lantern slides, concerning its home and habits, thrown onthe screen, to- a gether with the beautiful. surround, i ings in which it lives, spent a delight- c ful couple of hours, and are inotlike- 1 ly to forget the vivid descriptions, or: i. the whole-hearted enthusiasm for his I subject which distinguished this gen- ' tleman's address, carrying his audi-. ence along with him in. absorbed .at tention from start to finish. t He had many .things to tell us . Simembers and firieids-of the :lvahahoe_.. Horticultural Society) about this fas ciaating bird, hiding away in the fern gull...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

CRICKET MATCff Elthban played thee A"ge" Cricket Club in the'first match of the curarent season. ..The tisitor's oinrneved to Elharn per char-a-banc, the travelling facilities 2.beng provided by. the management.- Toie wicket was :perfect,. although., the o :tfield :was a trifle wet,. The fielding of both tearmts was good. For the visitors Elkington. and Carter played sound cricket. I Webb, a player with a reputation, was clean. bowled under peculiar circunmstances: lie -sti;uck at the ball and missed,. the ball j~st grzinhg one of the bails. The bail. renvmained su.-pended till the ball was lodged in the wicketkepar's hands, when it gently toppled over. For the tlocal team Jarrold .played a grand innings--sound cricket, and he fully deserved his 31 not out. Ap pended are the scores : Elthain--st innings. , J. Watson, b. Carter : ... ... Q. Nicholls, c, b CaJrter .. 2 R. Normal,. c. b Webb. ... ...j 1 J Hill, tCarteri ... ... 8, J. l'Coll a b Carter -. ... 13: ,L. Jarrold, not out . ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Arthur's Creek. MISS ISABELLE MURPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

Arthur's Creek. MISS ISABELLE MURPHY.   (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) Gloom and sorrow cast its shadow over Arthur's Creek last week when the sad news of the death of Miss   Isabelle Murphy was known. Her death being so sudden came as a great shock. A generous hearted, loving and happy girl, bringing brightness wherever she went, she was loved by everyone, and her loss will be a very sad one indeed. The funeral was a mile in length, her friends thus showing the esteem and respect in which Miss Murphy was held. To her sorrowing father and mother, sisters and brothers, the deepest sympathy of everyone goes out to them. But though she has gone from us, still Isabelle leaves fond and loving memories in the minds and hearts of those who knew and loved her.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Day At The Show. WHITTLESEA WINS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 29 September 1922

A Day ,At The ,Show. -WHITTLESEA WINS AGAIN. (BY?' KOoKARURRA). A 'day at :the. show. ;,.Anyone can see a lot at the show in a- day if lie. keeps moving about. My day staried about' 8 in the morning till 5, which is closing time. My first experience was about- the District Exhibits,: There they were, the old familiar faces, just as they have been,. for years, working at the Whittlesea exhibit-- l essrs Hurrey,. Exton, Brock,; ,\aycott and several others--all just,ordipary men, and the go-slow policy was not seen anywhere. " There mayh' 'hve been some ladies to help in the pretty titi vating,' but I didr't see any. How? ever, everythintg in the garden looked lovely, so, of course, Whittlesea won again. The -Marsh ran ..ther? fairl~ close l this time, so Whittlesea will, in: future, have to fight hard to retain, tb?e'belt. It is a great credit to them to hold-it.' as they; do; as they are bounded on- the: north by the Metropolitan Board court try, which is unproductive,.and -on the we...

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Research. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 October 1922

Research. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDEN?.) On Saturday last a number of enthusiasts again 'assembled with plough, scoop, etc., at the proposed tennis ground, but the ele ments again frowned and so little was able to be accomplished.. The working bee will ,be again continued uext Saturday. Notification has been received by the head-tdacher that Research school will be visited'by the doctor, who will address the childred on. health matters on Friday (to-day. 1 . *The schoIars~at the localaschool are busy forming a basket hall court. The ground' is riot the't lost suitable, but- they hope to make it fit for-playing in the near future. Mir C- ok'a meeting at Diamond Creek and other reports are held over.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GIRLS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 October 1922

GIRLS' CLUB. The dance held by the Girls' Club in the Hurstbridge hall on Saturday; evening was spoilt by the rainU.'. It was a surprise to see'so inany pre sent, especiallywhen the roads were so bad. Miss Goodwin and -Mr Healey supplied the music, and Mr W. Yates acted as M.C. Miss 'Pet tersen (president of.the ladies' com mittee of the Memorial park) has called a meeting of the committee and ladies of the district for October 11, and the Girls' Club will enter tain them afterwards.

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Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 October 1922

Diamond Greek. (FROM OUR OORRESPONDENT.-). The annual meeting'of the :Recre ation reserve was held on September 27, when there was a fair attendance. The balance-sheet showed that the overdraft was considerably .reduced during the year. The secretary (Mr E. C. Leach) reported that there was a, great demand for the.; sp of he ground for picnic parties; and it:was. decided t6 make available the lower reserve, and when that is cleared up they will be able to accommodate three large picnic parties at once.

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