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Rating M.M.B. Lands. REPLY TO THE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
Rating, M.M.B. Lands. i REPLY TO THE BOARD. a (By'the Organiser for Strathewen Progress r' Association). f :In'a.clrcnlar issued by the Melbourne and E Metropolitan B.W., purporting to show why c the property held by them should not be rated, they have shown at one and the same a time (that they will leave no stone unturned s to secure the maintenance of that "dis tinction" between themselves and other property holders in the matter of rate 'paying, which has for so long been so pro fitable to them), and that they will mis represent the position to bolster -up a case which their own statemento have proved is so hopelessly Weak. Yet this is on added reason why the penalised ratepayers and residents should co-operate with each other, make the matter a personal one and see that the " truth "is understood by" every " member of Parliament and the widest pub licity given to the injustice that the rate- r payers and residents have always bitterly complained of, and which has for long years...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
11VM.U.,LO.O.F. Loyal Caledonia Lodge, No. 5716, Hurstbridge. The Largest and Richest Friendly Society in Victoria. 1ENEFITS to be derived by joining : Doctor and Medicine. immediately on Sjoining. Sick Pay at. 20s per week for 26 weeks. ,, , at 13s 4d ,,. , 2nd 26 weeks. And 10s per week for continuous sickness after'12 months notil recovery ; siX months after joiniug. Funeral Pay, '£2o, and £10 for wife 1 mdnth after initiatibn. This is the only Society in the World wheel pays 10s per week after 12 months' sdchness until recovury. Contributions to the Society are: From 16 to 20 years, is 2d per week , 20 to 25 ,,. -I S ,, ,I , 25 to 30 ,, ls 4d , soto 33 ,, ls 6d ,, 33 to 36 is 7d ,, ,, , 36 to 38 ,, Is 8d d,, ,, 38 to-40 ,, -Is 9d Initiation Fee, los 6d. Specialist for Eyes and Ears provided Free, For further particulars apply to - C. H. FORD, Secretary Yost Office, Hurstbridge. ELEPHANT BRAND HAs THI LARGEST SAL3 OF ANT * Arsenate OF Lead - IN THIS DISTRICT - DISTBOTr AGanT R. W...
THE SUGAR BALANCE-SHEET. An III-Protected Industry. No. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
' THE SUGAR BALANCE-SHEET. An Ill-Protected Industry. No. 5. Country producers and their em ployees will understand the value to Australia of the cane-sugar industry when it is pointed out that it pays £6,000,000 a year in wages, whereas the whole of the pastoral industry in Queensland pays' only £2,600,000. Briefly, the national indebtedness to cane sugar may be summarised thus : Wealth production, £10,000,(30 a year; wealth distribution--the chief means of livelihood of 100,000 Aus tralians; wages--£6,000,000 a year; railway revenue, shipping freights, and large payments to Federal and State taxes; a valuable northern market foe the south's primary products and manufactures; payments in sugar ex clse-£2,500,000; profitable employ ment for foundries, engineering shops and many other trades; valuable by products--power alcohol, acetone, and methylated spirits. Since the outbreak of the war the industry has been specially valuable. It saved Australia nearly £25,000,000 In the cost of...
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
-WHITTLESEA i S HIRE COU NCIL L` SMONTHLY MEETING. o The cbunCiUlors 'iriit at Merada bn c Wednesday,\ eat:;: rs ' M'Oor mack:. (presidehnt),: Duwnie, Thomas, v Murphy, Huraye?;'Biitler, -.Morgan, . Mitchell, Corifo~6R,'ii 'and Clarke An apology was reoaivd' froi Cr f Browne. d r ( i Cr Raid, who atteided the meeting after luncheon for.: the first time for a several months (owing to illness), was extended a hearty welcome, the Presi , dent remarking that they were glad to c see the "Father of the. Oouncil" with them again, and hoped he would con tinue with them for another three r years. So interested was Or Reid in. council matters that he was going to s propose a notice of motion. (Applause) t -Cr Reid briefly thanked his col leagues for the kind reception. CORRESPOF;DBNCB. I Public. Health Department, f r warding regulations relating to board ing houses:- Received.-Five persons living in ,a house -in addition to the family, cohititiates :a-boarding house. 3Department of: Public. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
The old' Order Iihanget. Andrew's Store i -*^TIZEE.W3 has p.a^ged hand s.g F G- Ra KRI O T ." p1?? 4 p sed this old *% . d - .JL V ,JJ... e _tblihed business, ag y wllI,,ci for and deliver orders. "By keepuig the best of goods he hopes to retain the cu tom exdd to his pi*er??orr -.: '-. _:. .. 1'i1.jiLbbone 3 J. . ;. : Leading Store of Eltham We supply at lowest prices, the beat of goods Groceries, Produce, Drrapery,: Boots, &o. DELIVERED AT TOUR DOOR. A. and E. C-OPELA-D, (Late J. B. & N. LEE.) General Grocer and .dProduce Merchant, RAILWAY STORE, MAIN. ROAD, ELTHAM; .Give.us One Trial and be Convinced. ta Anythlngnot io Stock will he Pr runred Hurstbridge Bakery. W. BODEY W ISHES to notify the Public oif Hurstbridae and Surrounding District that he. bhas purchased Mr Oliver's Business, and having a First-class Baker is in a position to supply a Good Loaf of Bread. Brown Bread and Small Goods a Specialty. Bertrand and Ohamberlain, -GGROCERS anad PRODUCEI MERCHANTS S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 13 October 1922
THE Post Office Store. A t A , =full s stocks of Grocery, fronm ongery, ... "k yCr giapery, Cp ler othinag , etc. ,specialise irn_ suits to measure. Satisfaction .- guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose from. A trial order solicited.' (LATE OF A.I.F.) . HURSTBRIDGE;. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE 8TATION. . HURSTBRIDGE. A. ! AMBLER. Meals -at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. CR1 CKi E T d.IA T ERIA L At your Service for Mutual Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 S UPPLIED oompl.te--BALTs, BALL, L=a GUiaDS. ST -&Rk, GLaoI?s, Mazmbas, BAT REPAIRS a speoialty New Blades 7 BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. New Handles andles repaired, re-itted and re-strung. CRIOCIET BALLS recovered equal to new. Best value of all 8portiig Coods guaranteed. A trial will Coqvince you 389.-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT SMADEn A A AITRA IA BY AUSTRALITAI. 28 Years Experience. Phone 144, Northcote Factory, ...
KINGLAKE WEST V. SCRUBBY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
KINGLAKE WEST V. SCRUBBY CREEK. The above match was played at Kinglake West, who won by an innings and 48 runs. Kinglake West--lt Innings. Declared closed, 9 wkts. for 128 The principal scorers were D .l'Kimmie (38, retired), A. Yeo (13). A. Burton (19 not oat), R. Burton (14', S. Dunstone (12 not out). * Bowling.-T. Draper, 4 for 26. Scrubby Creek--let Innings ... 39 2nd . ... 41 The highest scorers were J. Dawson (11) and G. Bolton (16), Bowling.--S. Perry 11 for 20 ; A. Tao, ? for 38; B. Pearce, I for 8. Arthur's Creek met Panton Hill on the latter's ground on Saturday last. . Arthur a occupied the wickets all the afternoon, and compiled 450 rune frir the nlos of. eight wickets, W. Laidlay (175) and 'T. Laidlay (90 not out) being top-scorers. Cracknell and L. Howard were the mest successful bowlers. Hurstbridge, playlog against Queenstown;, lost three wickets for' 93 runs (Vereo soor ing 47, not out). "Queenstown were 'all out for 79. The abore competition matches will be conclud...
Sunday Games. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
Sunday Games. The question of Sunday games was brought up at'the Heidelberg ocoun eil meeting on Ttesday evening.. ,It was pointed out that games were played in the Heidelberg and Greens borough parks by visitors froih thli' suburbs. It was decided .by88 t't} that steps be taken to preventaore currence of the games. Couneilo , said they liked to see people enjoy themselves, but considered they 'h'ad time during the week for it. One. councillor asked why not try and stop Sunday golf at Rosanna, as he saw, no more harm in the picnic parties in the parks than golf. The President replied that golf was played on pri vate property, over which the- coUn cil had no control. Mr Donald Mackinnon. notfiefs dates on which he wil -address electors. The. name of the Upper Diamond: Creek postoffice is to be,changed to Wattle Glen on November I.. Mr Keenan, post master, has recefved this intimation from the depsrtiznL. .~ .~--L-_L-11
DOREEN V EDEN PARK. Eden Park—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
DOREEN V EDEN -PARK.. Eden Park-l1t Innings. Bell (onpt.) b .mhh ... . D. 1'Cormack, I b w, b Smith ... 3 Miller, c. b Smith ... ... 8 D. Butler, b P. Nelson ... 2 Graham, b Smith ... .. U T. Butler, b mnith ... 6 liBnrkly. hley IP:Nlo -... . 0 J. Butler, h P. Nelson ... 2 Chitter, not out .. ... 0 Anderson, b Smith ... O Leg-byes ... ... 2 23 Bowling.-T. Smith, - wickets for 14 runs ; P. Nelson, 3 for & Doreen--st Innings. Ev. Bassett. b T. Butler .. ... 57 M. Smith, b T. Butler ... 5 M. Allan, I b w. b T. Butler ... 4 P. Nelson. not out ... ... 11 J. Allen, a, b Bell .. .. 2 Byes ... 7 Innings declared closed, 4 wickets for 86 Eden Park-2nd Innings. Bell, c, b Smith .. ... 2 D. M'Cormack, not out ... 4 Miller, b Nelson .. ... 4 D. Butler, run out ... ... 0 Lanntan, run out ... ... 0 T. Butler, b Smith... ... 0 Berkley, run out ... ... 0 J. Butley, b Nelson -... 1 Chitter, b Smith ... .. 0 Anderson, b Smith ... 0 11 Bowling.--T. Smith, 4 for 3; P. Nelson, 2 for 8. Doreen C....
Cricket. KANGAROO GROUND V. CHRISTMAS HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
Cricket. KANGAROO GR('UND Y. CHRISMbAS HILLS. Those teams mest on the frmer'e ground on Saturday lost. Christmas Hills compiled 68 in their first iunings, Still (21) tani G. Morrish (15) hying top scorers, while It. Morris, with 6 for 35, was the destructive bwiltr. Kanga'oo Ground replied with 108. Watson '36), Morris (17) and Stevonsrn (16) showed good form with the bat. Still (r for 31) and Young (2 for 2)carried off the bowline hnorns. In the visitors' second innings they bad lost 5 wickets for 51 runs at the call of time.
Whittlesea. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
Whittlesea. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. (FRoM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) '-The quarterly meeting wais held on Saturday last, when'there.were present: - -Messrs E. Jeffrey (vice-president, in the chair), Coombes, Sutherland, Hur re?r?McSmith, Johnston, Lodge, C. W. Andrew, Pearce, Jas. Coulthead, A. V. Wood, J. Jeffrey, Downie and Norman. Apologies were received from Messrs W. Thomas, Love and Dawson. The minutes of the previous meeting having been -read and confirmed, ten ders were'dealt with. Three tenders for the supply of Jun cheon were received, and that oUM.r C. Young, of East Malvern, at 4s :par head, for official luncheon, was accept ed on the motion of Mr Lodge. . For the publicans' booth there were two tenders, and that of Mr Chas. Orr, of City Court H otel, was accepted, onthe, motion of Messrs Hurrey and McSmith. The tender of Mr A. J. Millerfor the right to sell fruit on the ground. was accepted, and Mr: Richardsop was theb successful tenderei" for soft drinks lo1 lies arid ice crean...
Rating M.M.B. Lands. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
Rating Mvl.E .3. Lad3s. (iBy Organiser Strathewen Progress Association.) The two arguments against the rat ing of their property, given by the , MA. .B.iv., in their circular,.are: 1 The areas in question have practi- U cally no rateable value. 2. Even.if the D land had a rateable value it should not be made rateable. They claim that the t Board now spends on the maintenance t and upkeep of roads and tracks for the t use of the public, through its water shed areas, an average of about £1000, and they douht, whether, if they were rated by the shire councils in the same way as other laldholders are, as much would be received in rates. Land be- N longing to other landholders in the t shire, that is of "practically no rate- 1 able value,' is rated as it should be f The reserves held by the Board ard be- E ing continually extended as the con- t sumption of water in the Metropolis n grows, and in their 1915 report (I am b not certain of the boundaries) a map shows 27,700 acres, which I be...
Eltham Race Poster. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
Eltham Race Poster. Many residents of the Eltham dis trict will be surprised to hear that ins the days of the Eltham Road Board the people went in for the king of sports-horse racing-and a large. poster supplied to us by Cr E. An drew, of Eltham, givea'some interest ing details of the meeting for Fob ruary 28, 1867, There are still settlers in the district who will re member: many of the names of the sports of the good old dayl. The officers for the meeting for 1867 were:- Steward. . \essrs. Henry Stooke, J.P., E. H. HCameron, T. l1. fBell, John Boell, and B. O. Wallis; judge : henry Stooka; starter, Thomas Armstrong; clerk of the course : Thomas Batt; secretary, Wm. B.. Andrew (father of Cr. E. Andrew, of Eltham). The programme consisted of the D)iggars' Purse, of. 10 sovs,; Eltham Town Plate,. of 2.0 sovs; Pub licans' Handicap, 12 sos. ; Handicap. . Huvdle Racp,. 20 nove ; District Purse, foldov .; lrick Race, 5seovy !Rule 3 stated that'no personr w'ould. be allowed to enter or st...
SUGAR CONTROL AND THE GROWERS. The Case for the Producers. No. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
S U G A R C 0 5? T . -:: . : , L o? . ? 4 a s r - The Case for the Producers. No. 6. Whatever criticism may be levelled at the Commdnwcallh control of sugar, the purchases abroad or the high re fail price-whether it be justified or unjustifled-the sugar growers had nothing to do with it, and it would be unfair in the first degree to allow feel ing on these matters to react upon their industry. Their duty has been to supply their high-class raw sugar to the Commonwealth at £30 6s. Sd. per ton, or 31d. per lb. They have done that efficiently. Sugar has been dear to consumers because of dear im portations. The sugar producer is not permitted to buy his labour or anything else in the cheapest market. The Common wealth ordered him as a matter of na tional policy to employ only white labour. The State Arbitration Court fixed the rates of wages and hours of labour. The Queensland Cane Prices Board fixed the price of cane. During the earlier parts of the war, Govern ments fixed the price of...
Yarra Glen. A. AND H. SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
Yarra Glem. A. AND H. SOCIETY.. (FROM OUR COR1tESPONDBNT:) The annual meeting was held on the 9th -of October in the Victoria. Hall, Mr. C. R. White (president), in the chair, and there was: a good attendance of members. Minutes and correspondence were duly read and dealt with. The secretary read the report and: balance-sheet ending October1 which was duly adopted, showing a credit balance of £14 odd. The retiring president vacated the chair to. the new president (Mr. F. B. Lithgow) who thanked the memr bers for the honor they had conferred: on him, and it gave him the pleasuire of moving a hearty vote of thanks to Mr; C. R. White for the able manner he had carried out the last show, which- was the best they. have hid.: Carried with acclamation. Mr. White returned thanks' iu his usual manner. The following were diily elected - Vice-presidents, Messrs. C..R.. White, William Bell, S' J. Allen. (both re turned thanks); secretary, Mr. E. A. Cary; hon. treasurer, Mr.. A. Hubbard (re-elec...
Youthful Robbers. CAUGHT IN THE AOT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
Youthful Robbers.. CAUGHT IN THE AOT. Three 'youths, whose ages are 14, . 15'5 ~nd ' 6 years, and' whose parents live in Northcote, Fairfield and,.rreston, set ou' don a plundering expedition last week, but. fortunately, their depre dations were nipped in thebud, thanks to the activity of Constable Dunk, of IHurstbridge. The lads arrived in Hurstbridge on Saturday evening last, .putting in'the night in a railway carriage. On Sun day they entered a hut belonging to Mr. N. Spry,. at Flat Rock. On Monday morning they came into Hurstbridge for provisions, and learn ing that there were inquiries for them they soon depairted. The father of one of the boys, hear ing that.he had left home, set out on Saturday for him, and informed the police on Saturday evening. The police told the residents that if they saw some strangers in the locality to let him know. Mounted- onstable Dunk, in, company with:l an elder brother of one of the boys, searched the hills all day on Monday -Late in the evening...
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
Diamond. Greek;. ' (RnoM. oUR coRRnsrPoMDNrT.) Oh: Saturday last. tHle: Diamiond~ Valley Mtasonic Lodge 'entertained the Suktherlancd Home children, also. some from C~rlton; The children: -had races, tops, fiuits and tea, and -went home fulI and liappy. The best turn during the afternoon vias our old and= esteemed Btro. Ben Goss tray putting the children through various marches with: his jazz' band.. Bro. Ben had been bitten on'the eye in the morning- with a bee, aind the children, after giving him `three oheers, gave the- bee three' roan?. Great annoyance was caused' on Friday morning through the` mail" bag being missing,' and it wa,,'vot itiil th1 t following morning' that Friday'a letteir iwsere deliveredi.
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
Church Services. Church: of England Services will be held as follr:ws HOSPITAL SUND'Y, OCTOBER 22. .Kinglake2 Op.m n. Pantoo ill 3.30 p.m. Queýistlianth 7 p.m. Hurstbfidge, .7.pnm, Rev. A.;B E.hbase, B:A., and ; . "Rev.~E. Selvyn Chase. Colleotionis focrMedical Charities. , g.? ? , '. ,
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
Methodist Church Services Tethodist Church Services will be held as follows :- - SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1922. Diamond Creek.l11 a.m., Mr Hanna 71, 5 p.?., yMr Collom Arthur!s Creek,,s p.m .:Mr Rn.e lottle's Bridge. 3 p.m., Mr Hanna Hunrstbridge, 7 !6 p.m., Mr Freeman Research. 3.30 p.m., Mr Collom. Panton Hill, 7.15 p.m., Mr iinna W ttle Glen.-7 15 li m.: Mr Johnon - - m",n ' mllrm ?= ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922
THE Post Office Store.. HAS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, Clothing, etc. ...We-ý specialise in suits to measure. Satisfactioe - guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose from. A trial order solicited. (LATE OF A.I.F.) RURSTBRIDGE. "Wattle Cafe," RIC'AT OPPOSITE STATION. -HURSTBRIDGE. A E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. CRI CK hT .PIA T'eRIA At your i?ervice for MMutua! Prr'fir and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 SUPPLIED oomplete-BAT?, BALLS, LEG GUARDS. STUMrPS, HLOVES, 1MATTINGS, BAT REPAIRS a speciaiJty New Blades New Handle BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. Hand'l- repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRIvi(ET BAILLS recovered equal to new. Best va'ue of all Sportir?1 Goods guaranteed. .A trial will Gailvince you 389-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKIET BALL EXPERT R o \ ADS IN AUSTRALIA BY .USTRALIANS 28 Y. ars Experience. Phone 144, Northcote Factory, Northcote. City add...