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PROGRESS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 October 1922
PROGREbS SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the Dia mond Creek. ;Progress Society. was held in the hall on September 29,.Mr: P. Ryan being in the chair, and there was a -large attendance. The bhal ance-sheet" revealed a small credit. The election of officers resulted as follows :-President, Dr Cordner_; vice-presidents, Mrs Thompson and Messrs C. C. Lawrey, Ryan and Cook; secretary and treasurer, Mr Leach. Railways.-Dr Cordner suggested that a small sub-committee-be ap pointed .to urge the Railway Com missioners to give. a better railway service. The committee appointed consists of Dr Cordner, and Messrs Cook and Bell. It is hoped this committee will not clash with the -committee formed some time ago, and has already waited on Mr 'Clapp, and that gentleman promised that when the public prov ed to him that a better service could be run without further loss he would put on more trains. Mr Thompson urged the committee to go for the motor trains, which.do not cost much to ran. - Light.--It ...
Eltham Council Matters. MEMORIAL PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 October 1922
:Eltham GCouncil Matters. : ME ,,ORIAL PARK. At ,the Eltham council meeting on Mo enday, a letter was received from `'-. T:.'Bell, secretary ?e?irial Par'k' committee, asking that the committee' may be officially recognised' by the council in having permission from the council to care for .and beautify the park.-On the motion of Crs Hubbard and Andrew it was decided that the committee be officially recognised'by the council- to ac in co-operation in caring for the 'park, durihg the couin cil's pleasure. Same; stating that at a public meet ing h 'ld at Kangaroo Ground on the 11th irist., for the purpose of discussing means to augment-the couicil's contri-' bution of £250 towards the cost of the proposed monument, it was de cided to suggest that a sporti meeting be held under the auspices of' the` Council'during the holidays. On the motion of Crs Bath -and Andrew it was dee ded to give 'hearty co-operation, and approve of the con mittee, directing the gatheripng; Cb r-Wliite';saggeste...
Hurstbridge Tennis Club. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 October 1922
iurstbridgse Tennis. Cub, To-morrow (Saturday)i wll be re - garded as the opening of the club's& season,, when. (weather-permitting) a. gpod ggthering is expected: to parti cipate in the iames.- Afternoon tea. -illbe. provided. by mambers, and aJ cordial invitation:is extended to the public to attend., Play 'will som- mence at 2 p.n. The club's handicap° tournaments. will commence on Saturday, Novem bar U... Nominations for-.the differ enti sections,, accompahied by entry fte, to be lodged with the Secretary not later-than Thesday,; October-31. SIn the case of the gent's and ladies*' donbles the committee decided: that adira~Frbe made for- partners from nominations. recei.ved,; but in the case of mixed: doubles. the-nomina tions were considered; notflikely to. be even, so- it wasi decided& players. should choose theii- ooW~ partners. In the three handicaps. _-gama sets. willi be played,, Bexepting: in finals, when rubbers will decide (best two oit of three sets, with...
Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 6 October 1922
Eltham.. . (ra6o oUR CORRESPONDINT) At the nieeting of the Elthamr cricket club held on the -6th ult.,. the president (Mr.:G. Birhall)'announced he would donate a cul for the player taking the highest number of catches for the current season, and'also-a hat Sfor the first bowler to achieve the hat trick. It was also decided. to form a ladies' committee. A ball call was also put as'a motion and carried. This rule provides. that:- each: player has to pay the sum of 6d per matchjto cover the 'cost of balls, 'which is' quite a serious item as 'far as' finance is con cerned. A net .with leg andbtffwings was also decided on by the ileeting. Accounts from G -S. Bird'for sporting goods,: and from "The Advertiser ' for printing were passed for payment. SA new verandah at the east end of the public hall has been added to the list of' many improvements. provided by the committee of this institution. When one '.reflects' and cbntraets the building' with! tlihat -"ffa e'i ago, or perhaps a littl...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
Mlethodiu Chlurch Services, wilt e. held as. follow .:--. " SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 192. -Diamond Creeks 11 a.m., Mr Northcitt` 7.15 p.m., Mr Collom Arthor's. Creek, 3 p.m., Mr Northcott Cottle's' Bridge. 3 p.m., Mr Collom Rurstbridge, 7 15 p.m., Mr Northcott Tanek's Corner. 3 p;m.; Mr Thompson Panton Hill, 7.15 p.m., Mr McWiggin Wattle Glen. .7 15 p m.. ,ir Rose
NATIONAL ROADS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
NATIONAL ROA DS: ASSOCIAtL TION. .. The 'above.association ,was brought under the notice of -the Eltharm coun cil at its last meeting by Mr E. Daniel, the organiser. In pointing out to the council that. the association could be of service, he stated that their.object was to unite into one body all road users and bring pressure to bear on Govern ments and councils .for the improve ment of highways. Sixty three shire councils in Victoria had subscribed £3 to £ro each to the association. It was through their activities thatwork had been found for the uriemployed solders. - They were pieachidig ' Thte Gospel of good roads;? which would make life more pleasant in the country.. R-toad maps were supplied. to council. lors, and Mr Daniel stated. that the next issue would show .the memorial park at Kangaroo Ground. .,A vote of thanks was passed to hini, and assic: ance will be kept ii) view., when the estimates are conaidtod: .
Eltham Shire Council. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
Eltham Shire Council. ENGINEERS REPORT. Mr M"lcCormack reported as follows : North riding.-Two culverts have been put in. Arthur's Creek road is at present receiving attention. The over seer reports having inspected Mills rord arid recommends that the grader be used. I will give instructions to proceed on these lines. EAst riding.-Repaira have been ef fecred on Toolangi. road. Maintenance metal has been put out on Dixon's' Creek. i he bridge near Lawrey's has been repaired. Repairs in.,Yarra Gle have been 'attended to. 'The Yarra Glen main drain has been completed from' the railway culvert to the fac 'tory. Additional work has heen done on the old Healeaville road from "32 to to 35 mile post. The work.of regrad inand forming of School lane is now *being proceeded with. .South riding.-A start is being mnade this week with the repair of the r,-d in the vicinity of Plenty River bridge. The overseer reports tapping the ,6in. main.:? The corner at Kanga roo Ground, opposite the blacksmit...
Greensborough. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
Greensborough. (voRO OUR CORRBePONDBXT.) , A successful co0icert and dance was held in the local hall on Saturday,: September 30, in aid of the " Queen' of Football. ' Several 'artists came from town .-two who are always popu-. lar, Mr Neil M'Innes and Mr Fred. Ohampion. During. the' evening Mr 'Haynes made. a presentation, of an enlarged photograph of the local foot ball team to.aM rs.Stock, and spoke of the sterling good work done by her for the boys,-.; Many of the players she has knowi from childhood. Mrs Stock was too overcomne 'to'respond,, anid asked'Mr Haynes to think the players. for. he recipient.: S'b" '.Queenatof. ariousn orgatisa tiois iit'carnivaltl ke abdig"food work.: .Among. the events is a district haridi capnovelty wood-chop, stepping ..the chain, and relay race. : -
Kangaroo Ground. ADDRESS BY MR. COOK, M.H.R. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
Kangaroo Ground.. ADDRESS BY MR. COOK, M.H.R. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) Mr R. Cook, M.BH.R., accepted an invitation to address a meeting in this pot ion of the Indi Division on Mon day, October 2. There was a good attendance, the. best seen for many ye.irs at a political meeting here, -and considerable enthusiasm prevailed. Cr Hewitt, M.A., J.P., occupied the chair. Mr Cook apologised for the. absence of Col. Bourchier, M L.A., who was expected, but who ivas un avoidably detained and unable to be prasent. There were several .visitors from a distance, Panton Hill, Research, and Christmas. Hills being represented. In his opening remarks, Mr Cook referred very impressively to the criti cal situation in the near East, and ex pressed a fervent hope that war might be avoided-a sentiment that found an echo in the heart of every person pre sent. He had travelled extensively through Queensland, N.S.W., and West Australia, and there was an im mense amount of land suitable for settlement in th...
SCRUBBY CREEK CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
SCRUBBY CREEK CRICKET CLUB. The above club played their opening match against Yan Yoan on the local ground, and celebrated the event by play ing the match out and winning by 31 runs. For Scrubby Creek the top scorers were G. Bolton and Jack Dawson for Yan Yean; forYaa Yean,Ken and Alex M'Phea shared similar honors. The local club have been working hard,. and have put in a concratete pitch, and· the club is progressing favourably, both socially and' financially. The adies suipplied after noon tea in the usual capable manner.
Cricket. ELTHAM V. MELBOURNE B.T. (Eltham Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
Cricket. ELHAM V. MELBOURNE B.T. (Eltham" Correspondent.) On Saturday the local eleven met and de feated the Melbourne Boot Travellers' Club in rather an easy fashion. The visitors bat ting first scored 52, of which Bruce scored 39, not out. Fitzsimons took 4 wickets for 4 runs, narrowly missing the " hat trick." Eltham responded with 114 ruus, made with the loss of 6 wickets. Fitzsimmons made 41 and retired, Jarrold 24, J. M'Coll 15, and Birohall 7, not out, and M'Ooll 10 not out, were the most successful batomon. For this season theclubhos scored 276 runs with the loss of 14 wickets, an averago of .17.9 runs per wicket. Fitzsimons' average is 81, Birchall 63, and Jarrold 29. *Keep up the good work, Eltham 1 Appended are the scores : Melbourne Boot Travellers.-lst innings. Marks, run out ... ... 0 Bruce, not out . .. ... 39 Gar., o Norman, b Jarrold. ... ". Denham, b Jarrold .... 0 Bourke, a J. Hill, b Morris .. Walker, b Morris 0 Blanche, b.Morris . ... .... 1 Marshall, b Fitzriit...
QUEEN CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
QUEEN CARNIVAlI. (From:a Correspondent4) SA very successful Queencarnival and fete, in aid of'St .'John's Church of . England, D.ipamond Creek, was held on Saturday. afternoon' last. iMr Weldon (Commissioner of Taxation); after a few personal reminiscences of the district as he knew it 30 years ago, declared the fete °bpen, and was supported by Cr. Price, of Greens borough. There were three candi dates for the Queer cori'ietitionu- the Misses Paul, M. Edmanson and Edwards. Miss Edmanson-was de clared the successful candidate, her voting returns amounting to .£50 Miss M. Paul came second wih .a very creditable £41, and Miss Ed wards, who only entered the eompe tition a fortnight ago, realized £12. The crowning,. oeemony was very picturesque, and?was ably perfOrmed. by Mr Weldon, whose well-chosen little speech was- e1ery approprate for the occasion. The following: ladies, 'underi thE presidency of Mrs Pattison, were in charge of the stalls :i-Fancy stall, Mesdames Burke 'and Bass; to...
KINGLAKE W. v. EDEN PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
-KINGLAKE W. s. EDEN: PARK. The above team met at Eden Park on Satvrday last. In the first innings. Eden Park scored .71 ruspa, 4nd Kiqglake West ran up" 111 for'5 wickets. Tlhe principal scorers for Kinglake W. were B. t'6arce 47 (retired), D. McKimmie 27 (retired), N. MoKimmie 10.-and P. a Carmanel&8.Bowlio: J. _Miller .(for Edezq Parrk4h2 .for 39; -T? Buller . for 26 . The. North Riding bShire of iEltham' Crioket Association's season will commence to-morrow (Saturday 14), when HIurst bridge will mset Queenstown at Hurst. bridgo. Kangaroo Ground will play Christ mas Hills at. Kangaroo Groind, and Arthur's Creek will journey to "Panton Hill. King lake has drawn the first bye. A lengthy delegates' meeting held at Quneenstown last Monday evening finally arranged all pre. liminaries and granted a number of permits. The rules this season has caused more than an ordinary amount of discussion. The secretary advised that if delegates pe?rist in finding flaws in the rules and raisi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
"?ACKER wanted .Mondays and Frldays _ at Hurstbridge Cool.: Stores..-R. Wunqlsor, 'Hurstbridge, FOR SALE-Two enapliellid 'cast-iron baths, in first-elarassorder; £ each. IvATNao Gn AalMn SCeOOL., Lower Road, Ivanhoe; TeL;Iranboe_ . " 1 ? F ORS=BALE- Twi8:'h?nree s fr , pick. ot^i( :three onegorid leaer. or par= ticulars apply F. W NInb-, St. Andrew's P.O. T OST-botweei "Research and Eltham, U pair. of .winkers'T returni 'E. Noa xA, Research. ,ARSWOOD Pi. ultry Spice (containin . I. ground ihsects) is an ihvaluable aid to increased egg production. It enriches the blood and puts your birds in firmer rs productive fettle. .2 Packets.an.d7lb tins from V. L. SORENSN, Hufrstbridge. ;L D mEIDGoa Baz . r. W TANTED-A Bor'for tbhe Newspaper V ' Business.?. Apply: '" Anva emua.s" Office. The Ball of the District. THE, Panton Hill Distriqtk Branch 1 R S.S.I.L wiill hold tiheir.. " l: t' "?+ .jf:: As usual on Cup Eve, ` Nove?iher 6. Watol ths Space for further particularl" Hon: Seo. Shire of Elt...
WHITTLESEA V. DOREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
WHITTLESEA V. DOREEN. A matoh was played at Whittlesea on October,7-Whittlesea v. Doreen, it being keenly contested. Whittlesea closed their' 2nd' innings, leaving Doreen $0 .runs, to make in an hour foran outright win, which they.did in 50 miuutei with 4 wiokets to spare. Scores are: let innings.-Whittles. - C. Rowlands, o P. Nelson .." 13 J. Crawford, b P. Nelson... ... 2 W. Nunan, c P. Nelson .. ... 0 - Foryan, h M. Smith ... 0 T, Johlinj, lbw., b.M. Smitb .. 0 N; Downie, b M, b minh... . ..,. F. Jobling, e P. Nelson ... . ;... .0 W. Duffy, 6 P. Nelson ... .. 8. Johnstone, b M. Smith ... 1: A. Mitchell, P. Nelson... .?.. H. Beney, .not out. ... ... Byes .. . ... ... 4 24 Bowling.-P. Nelsoo, 6 for 10; M. Smith, 4 for 10. Whittlesea.-2nd inning. Rolands, b M. Smith ... ... 2 Crawford, c, bP. Nelson ... '28 Runan, run out ... .... 6 Foryan, b M. smith ... ... 3 T. Jobling, a, h M. Smith ... 0 Downie, a, h M. Smith ... ... 6 F. Jobling ... ... ... 2 Duffy, not out ... ... 11 Beneyeru...
Kangaroo Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
Kangaroo:- Groundd.. The local tennis club hield a concert and dance in the Kangaroo Ground hall last Friday evening, 7th inst., when a good gathering of local and district people assembled to assist the cause, and were re warded in turn by having an excellent pro-. grammeo presented. for' their enjoympelt., 'the entertainment was rather late in com. mencing, but this is not unusual-ii farming districts. Mr Colin Bell ocdupied'thtbchlialr, and the following programme was then pro ceeded with :-Overture, Miss 2' Goldman; song, " Piccaninlesd Lullaby," Master Jack Wilson; recitation,- ' A. .eart of Gold,! Mr Herbert; song, "The Swallow," Miss J. Bell; song, " Amazop,"'Miss* Goldman (encore) ; song, When Dreams Come True," Miss Lily Wilson ; cantata," The Fairies' Quest," given by the Research school chil. dren, the prancipal parts being taken by Misses May Norman, Ruth Tomkins, Win ole La Franz, Dorothy Chivers, Master W:illie Doney and Tom Beard... A limelight tablesiu followed the c...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, OCTOBER 13. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
nXui ti-t. a ""'A' A ' ND - :-' 4 . - - . . . . . R ,':OOTOBFR 13. C SLocal::and General. A .repott ofMr 1 R.ook's (M.M.R.) addrees, :,,delivered 'at .' Kangaroo Ground, appear on page 4. . be referred to t'ie:?ealth Offiioer, * Mi1 lbet A. H.ynee pilY hotd) iis Greenisborough-markotr ext Mooiay.a We -adertaind ;t'ht Cr . Clarke (Whittleshire shire) " sitem pdtee. a trip to'the Old Country early next A notice'appears:- from: the Barksia Privaite 'Hosjital, HR'dlberg, 'where mrdical, Esurcar vand aiiaerhity:cases Eltham sai ~i fr" thel?A.ositions of health :,inspectors for the..North, and Southiridings, -ad a piece of land for i :The -new scheme rOf representation on the pMla3.W . feiab's the Eltham shii n; i t Nianaiadin'g, Doncas ter ,and otherts' -The. question is:be iiig asked :bhyiElth'am could.not be bracketed vith Iteidelberg. The Moritmorency school will have a'nbew.:ead tiacher next week, Mr McOartney, of Castlemaine, taking charge. 'Mr Kerlin, the, present teacher, has, bee...
Eltham. GYMKHANA. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
SEltham. (Iaox oUB CORRESPONDwi . GYMKHANA. " On Saturday, October 7, a,''gym khana was held at "Koormngaratna" the - residence of l lr Boake, the proceeds being in aid of the Public Halt ftiid.,' The day was exceptionally brighit"and` t clear, and consequently the attendance: was large, about s50 persons being' present. The attractions were numer ous, and followers of the various sports were well catered for. The tenns and. other.sports were well patronised. A: fortune teller was in attendance, and. she .-dipensed or rather .unfolded- tile. future for a nominal sum.:.The roidd about was the centre of the children:s attraction. Cr Bradbury (the Eltham shire pre sident), who declared the function'. open, had the distinction of presiding in a different role-he was. the'p resid-. ing judge in the "court of injustide:"' The two burly members of the .gym-. khana detective force,' -viz., Messrs N..: Simson and J. Cornwall, made severalt arrests, and charged their prisoners. ,with various ...
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
Diamond Creek. (raox oU .oORRIaPOoDEnrT.) The funeral of the late Constable Cone took place on Friday last at the ;Melbourne cemetery. The .. coffin bearers were Mr Andrews, Mr Har :.ison, P.M., and Constables 'Sargent and Rose ; pall bearers. Mr A. Nich olson (Commissioner of Police), Sen. Constable Peveral, ex-Sen. Constable , Vivian, G. E~. Sheffiield, J.A.Wright, H. Perry, and M. V. Richards. The service was conducted by the Rev. Jae. A. Peck, vicar of Eltham, and the funeral arrangements were in the hands of Messrs Taylor and Son, of Heidelberg. The deceased was well known and highly respected throughout the district. His only son died through, the effecs of the. war. The deceased, who resided in Eltham, leaves a window, and twod daughters to mourn their oiss.. - On Tuesday evening : lait'the-Dia nond Valley Masonic Lodge" held their annual ball, and it was the best ever .held in the hall.rh The stage de corations` were in the hands of Miss ,Leach and . otlers,. thd' gag i'g co...