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POSTER BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922

POSTER L?ALL. The Whittlesea Football Cltb held, a poster ball in the, Whittlesea hail on Friday night to wind up the seasdli. It. proved a great success, as was proved by the crowd that came from every where. The dresses weie b'eautiful,. and it took the judges all'they kniew'to decide which was best.'' After.a long consideration it was awarded to Mrs. Ea:les, who represented " Fathions for all.'" Amongst the others,: were Mrs Higgs, Mrs Hillier, Miss:H!owell,. , iss Blair, 11 iss Hall iand Mrs MlcDonald, whose tastes were. very great for colors and advertisement... The waltzing competition wat won by Mr Bert E4air. and Miss D Howell, whose performance would. be.hard'to. best on atfloor like we have at Whittle sea. The music was provided by.?Mr Erl1es. and Mrs Crawford, who are very capable musicians. At I .3o supper was handed round, the part which all take a hand in and enjoy. The dance went on after to the small hours. of the morning, when the secretary thanked! the people. for ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Heidelberg Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922

Heidelberg Shire Council. The monthly meeting was held at Heidelberg on Tuesday evenitg, the president (Cr. Pitcher) being in the t chair. CORRESPONDENCE. From Police Department, advising 1 that the complaint re speed of cars at a Greensborough will receive attention. t -Received. t R. F. Orr, asking council's approval i of proposed subdivision in Alexandra e street, Greensborough. - Approval withheld. Secretary, Shire of Eltham, stating c that the president (Cr Bradbury) had been appointed delegate to attend deputation to Railway Commissioners j :re proposed pick-up station at Glen Park.-Secretary to write to Eltham council. Public Works Department, stating that numerous objections had been received to leasing or fencing reserve at Diamond Creek.--Referred to riding members. A. E. Bayliss, asking permission to cut green timber on road between 0 Lee's and. Herbert's properties.-Re ferred to Forestry Department. .. Greensborough Progress Association, forwarding copies of resolutions ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THOUGHTS. WAGES TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922

THOUGHTS. (BY M ERNDA.) WAGES TROUBLES. At the Shepparton Convention on Wednesday, July 5, 191I, I read a paper on''The Rural Workers Wages," which also dealt with wages as a whole. In that paper.I expressed abhorrence t of all strikes as being inhuman in their incidence and ruinous to the wage earners themselves, and, re Arbitration Courts, I spoke of them as being per nicious and worse than useless ; my. reason being that Judges are often ap pointed for their political leanings, and from early associations and politics, no matter how honest in their convictions, unconsciously biassed in their deci sins. I much prefer to arbitration a Wages Board, constituted as follows: -Three or five representiiives. of em pllyters and the same number to repre sent the employees. The board, as i then constituted, to select an inde pendent chairman to be mutually agreed upon; the chairman to have E only one vote and that only when there- I was a tie in the Board's decision,. I am certain a Board c...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE Eltham and Whittlesen Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, OCTOBER 20. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922

THE (81ti?tatt Asidt Wittlfesea $1tfSrtIS .... A er:ti$. p AND . Priublishd Eery Friday ftrnoon b Local and General., Articles on rating - the M.M.B.W. t land and the. sugar problem appear on page 4, Hardwood dump cases (shooks andc: ends) are advertised for sale. a A bazaar in aid of the Shire of El tham, M?morial will be held at Kan garoo Ground in February. The rule relating'to restrictions in regard to slaughtering is inserted by theWFWhitt?esea shire council. The Diggers advertise that they 3 will hold= ?, monster sports meeting in Huixrstdg on Boxing Day. Details of the R.S.S.I.L.A. ball, to be held at Panton Hill on Monday (Cup eve) appear in our advertising columns. The Hurstbridge Tennis Club ad vertise a concert and dance for Fri.. day, November 3, and a first-class programme is being arranged, so that 4 -patrons will be well entertained: We have been informed by the member .for the district (Mr W. H. E'verard) that tenders will be' invited next week for the Research and G...

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Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922

Eltham. S(rlSoM V conarsPoriODUi). I wish to make a suggestion .I' many of our Victorian towns, especi ally in later years, a scheme for en abling former residents to visit their home town for a week has been sua cessfully staged, so why not a "Back to Eltham " movement Z This little town of ours, with its many pleasant associations, was in existence when: Melbourne had scarcely graduated;. from the status of a village What an admnrable, opportunity for such a scheme. I suppose former residents of this little spot are not only scat tered all over Australia, but over the World. I am not ambitious enough to propose- that we call these people from 'overseas, but a notice inserted in the chief newspaper of each of our' capitat ci ies would no doubt have the de sired effect. The usual formula could be- arranged, and aged man could have the pleasure of a week's boyhood,' be sides helping to" boost " this little `placew, and..Jetting people kinow:.that 'siib a place eists.. I would like. t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922

Carpenter & Builder, PLANS AND ESTIMATES. Best Wortnlranslip- Cuarantead. Luck Street (OPPosITE STATION), ELT I HAM . Eitham Bakery. C. F. FISHER, PROPRIETOR. BREAD DELIVERED DAILY through out the Eltham District. BROWN BREAD BAIKED DAILY. The Modern Stores BIRD BROTHERS Cash Grocers and Fruiterers (OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION) BUMMRR DRINKS AND CONFECTIONERY A Specialty. A full Stock of Groceries of the Best Quality always on' hand at City Prices ORDERS CALLED 'OR PROMPTLY DELIVERED MEAT supplies. Strength-especially GOOD MEAT I PROOU HED FROM : Capewell The Eltham Butcher. u-.L' DISTRICT ORDERS SUPPLIED: IVi. U.,I.O.O.F. Loyal Caledonia Lodge, No. 5716, Hurstbridge. The Largest and Richest Friendly Society in Victoria. BENEFITS to be derived by joining : Doctor and Medicine immediately on joining. Sick Pay at 20s per week for 26 weeks., ,, at 13s 4d , ,,. 2nd 26 weeks. And 10s per wetek for continuous sickness after 12 months until recovery ;six months after joining. Funeral ...

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Strathewen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922

':trathewen. (roG[ OUR CORRESPONDaNT). A school concert was held in the Strathewen hal'on Friday, October 3, the object being to raise funds for the erection of a veraidah" for the school, and was '.one of the most enjoyable entertaitiitents yei;held in the district. The halliand stage were tastefully deco rated with flowers and fern leaves, and reflected great credit on those respon sible for the work. The programme was varied, and of high brder through out. The first item was an overture by Miss Giddens, and was very pleasing to the audience. The item of the evening was, a. cantata, "Dame Durden's School," the principal characters being Misa 'M. Brain, Fairy. Content; Miss Eileen Giddens, Dame Durden; and Nlaster A. Brain, Jiftite. The acting and singing throughout were perfect, and the dresses, combined with the deco rations, was a sight long to be remtem bered .A song by Miss V. M'Laughlin was highly applauded. This young lady has a very sweet voice, and we' expect: big things o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922

Shire of .Eitham.i: A PPLICATIONS are iniited from per sons willing to accept the position of Inspector under the Health Act for the South Riding. Salary £0lper annnm. P. J. M'MAHON, Shire Secretary.. Shire of Eltham. APPLICATLONS will be received uapto Saturday, Nov. :4th, 1923, for the position of Health Inspector; etc., for the North Riding. Salary £10 per annum. P. J. M'MMAHON Shire. Secretary. Shire of Whittlesea. Restriottons on Slaughtering O prerson shall Slaughter or cause or N permit any person to Slaughter any Animal or Dress or cause or permit any person to .dress .any Carcass except at a. Public Abattoir or a Registered Abattoir. Nothing in this Part shall be deemed to. prohibit any person from slaughtering. or causing to be slaughtered any animals. (a) on any premises in a shire (whether wit-hin or outside a. meat area) for, con sumption by. members lof his own. family andlnot for sale. (b) on any premises (not being a but cher's premises) in. a shire outside- a meat a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 20 October 1922

The old Order Chaggetl: Andrew's Store, SEiWLTHA]X i 5,, has changed hands. (. . RG R IC T (Late A.I.F.),has purihsed this old S.established business, and will call for and deliver orders. By keeping the best of goods he hopes to retain the custom extanded to his predecessor. -5 'rIsiphone d54 J. Leading Store of Elthamrn We supply at lowest prices, the best of goods Groceries, Produce, Drapery,i Boots, ?co. 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 Convineedi. " ' Anvthlne not in Stock drill he Pror'nred. Hurstbridge Bakery. W. BODEY W ISHES to notify the Public of Hurstbridne and Surrounding W,'VV".District that he has purchased Mr Oliver's Business, and having a First-class Batker is in a position to supply a Good Loaf of Bread. Brown Bread and Small Goods a Specialty. Bertrand and Chamberlain, GROCERS and PRODUCE MERCHANTS o sI W 3 T R X I IG 1- 3. Des...

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Cricket. MONTMORENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 October 1922

Cricket. MONTMORENCY. The Montmorency Cricket Club opened the seasoli on Saturday, 14th, anD played a sncial team from the city. The members have been working hard clearing up the ground and making a gravel wicket, which will be a big improvement on last seaseon. At the last meeting held W. Simondson was elected captain and L. Lacy, vice captain. The matcb ended in wvin for the visitors by' three wickets and 40 runs, Montmorenoy scoring 64, and the visitors 9 wickets for 104. The detailed scores are as follow : Montmorency. .. Park, e and b Duncombe. ... 10 H. Collard, jun., b Button ... 0 L. Lacy, b Dnnscombe .... 10 H. Collard, sen.; stp. G. Donscombe 9 L. Herbert, stp. Hutton ... ... 0 W. Simondeon, c Hutton, b Duncombe 6 B. Broatch, b Dunscombe ... I C. Youlion, b Hodson ... 2 R. Davey, not out ... ... 13 R. Dickson, c Barber, b Hodson 1 W; James; b Hodson ,.. ... 6 Brldries ... .. 6 64 Bowling.-Huttonr I for 16 ; Dunseombe, 4 for 19 ; G. Dunsombc, 0for 10; Hfodson, 3 foi 12. Ec...

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NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Hurstbridge v. Queenstown. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 October 1922

N"OR'L'H HIDING CO.iP ETITION. Hurstbridge v. Queenstown. Q:ieenstown--First innings, 79. Second in.iugs, L O'Brien, run out, 1 ; Healey. b Verso, 9; Hirt, b Wilson, 0 ; i,. Spicer, run out, 1.; Watts, c Gilding, b Verso, 3; Marriott, run out 18 ; Dugdale, c Wilson, b Verso. 2; W. Spicer, run out 9; K. O'Bri n, c Gilding, b Sbanhun, s : Muller, not out 2 ; Goodwiu, b Shanhun, 0 ; suunries, 6. Tctal, 58 Bowling-A. Verso, 3'for 21 ; C. Wilson, -1 for 14 ; W. Siuclair, 0 for 13 ; D. Shan. hun, 2 for 4. Hurstbridge-First ianings-W. Sinclair. run out, 8; Shanbun, b Marriott, 10 ; Bir ker, b E. Spicer 1 ;' Allan Versn, b Watts, 52; Cox, C W. Spicer. b Hirt, 42; Gilding. 'b Marriott, 0 ;,H. Sinclair, stpd, b Marriott, 0 ; C. Wilson; run out, 43 ; H. Atkins, b Healey, 12 ; A Verso, not out, 5; Milne, b Healey, 10 ; sundries: 23. Total, "206. 'lowling--Watts,. I for 34; Marriott, 3 for 54; E,. Spicer. 1 for 33 ; L. O'Brien,.O for. 32; Dugdale, 0 for 11 t Healey, 2 for 14, ;Hirt. I for 5. Hun...

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Kangaroo Ground v. Christmas Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 October 1922

-Kangaroo Ground v.- Christmas Hills. This match, completed at. Kangaroo Ground last baturday, resulted in a 9 wicket victory for the home team.. Christmas Hills scored 68 in their first innings and 89 in the second.. A. Still (21), G. Morrish (15) and E. Jackson (10) .were the double figure scarers in the first innings and Bickerton (23).-Panelli (15), Morrish (14) and Jackson (12) in the second inoings. .Bowling bonore went to X. Morris (6 for 35. first innings; and J. Watson (5.for, 21, second innings)." ?Kangaroo round secored 104 (firstinnings) and 1 for 61, chief scorers being .1 J. Watson (36), R. Morris (]7)'and J. Stevenson (16) 0. Lacey (16) was the only wicketlost in the second iunlngs, J. Watson scoring 46 not out. Still took 6 wickets for 31 runs Draw for Satnrday, ('cr..28.andN,Niv 4. - Queenstown v. Panton Hill, Arthur's Creek v Hurstbridge, Christmas Hills v. Kinglake, Kangaroo Ground a bye. Matches to be played on ground of first named club. The secretaries of clubs...

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SENSATIONAL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 October 1922

SENSATIONAL MATCH. (PROM OUR ELTHEAL.I CORR;WBPONDRNT), . lbtham played Brooks Robinson C.C. on. -atmurday, October 21st.. Eltham batted first, and on the second' ball Jarrold was clean bowled. The wickets fell rapidly and the home team were out for 47. The wickets fell as follows ---1 for 0 2 for 2, 3 for 8, 4 for 9 5. for 13, Sfor 18. 7 for 18, 8 for 19, 9 for 21, 10 for 42,'11 for 44. Norman comrn. piled 13 runs. Brooks Robinson were di.' posed of for 32, Derrick who scored 12, being.top. scorer. The wickets fell as fol lows :-1 for O, 2 for 0, 3 for 3, 4 for 3, 5 for 3. 6.for 4, 7 for 8, 8 for 24. 9 for 25. 10 for 25, 11 for 30, 12 for 32. Jarrold, V. M'Coll and J.' Hill were the destroyers. Perhaps the reason for the poor batting performances may be on account of the wicket playing very fast, and the ball rising quickly off the pitch. Appended are the scores : . Eltham.-C. Nicholls, b Tydeman, 0; Jarrohl. b rhomson. 0; V. M*Coll. b Tyde man, 3 ; Bill, b Tydeman, 3 ; D. M'Coll, ...

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DOREEN V. SCRUBBY CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 October 1922

DOREEN V. SCRUBBY CREE: The abore match was played on Saturday at bcrubby Creek. and resuited in'a wil for boreen by an innings and 21 runs. Scores: e.rnbby Creek-Isl innings-W. IDra. er. b M. Bassett, a0 H'. Adams, stp. b Nelson, 5, G. Bolton, b M. Basset. 0 ; J Dl)awsoi', c, b P. Nelson, 3; W. Parker. stpd, b P. Nelson, 0; R. Dawsou, b P. Nelson, 2; T. Draper, c. b M. Bassett, 2; L. Dltwson, c, b M. Smsith, 4, A. Parker, b M. Smith. 1 ; H. )Owens, not out, 1;B. Brown, b P. Nelson, . 'Total 23. Bowling--M. Bassett, 3 wickets for 6 runs; P. Nelson, 4 for 8; 1?. Smith, 12 for 5. Second innings-Owens. b. M. Smith, 0 ; Adams, b 'mitb. I ; J. Dawson, b Nelson, S: Bolton, h Nelson, 11.; V Parker, b Nelson, I ; T. Draper, c, b M. Smith. 0 ; A. Parker, atpd, b Nelson, 1 ; W. Draper, b M. Smith; t.; Dawson; b Nelson.'Q O Drown, ntot out 2 ;.. L. Dawson, b P. Nelson, 1 ; Sundries, 2. Total 20 Bowling-M. Smith, 3 for 6; P. Nelson, 6 for 11. Doreen-Ev. Bassett, c,. b Draper, 0; Smith. b L. Daw...

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Correspondence. PROPOSED NEW SHIRE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 October 1922

Correspondence. PROPOSED NRW SHIRE. TO THEB DITOR OF THE ADYEBUTIIUR Sir,-At a meeting of the Panton Hill Progress Asseiation held on Saturday, 21st ilnst., the above subject was discussed, and a motion unanimously carried tupporting the proposal as outlined'in your, leading artice-l Such a new shire as you" suggest w?ould 'be strong and compact, with sufficient corn mnzity of interest to make it more of a unity, ad 'less of a :heterogeneous con glomeration than the pr'esens Eltham shire: But it was felt that no progress could be ,jade`hith any such scheme :till the-wishes of the various districts proposed. to be in cluded' had been. ascertained. Supposing all favorable, the greatest dificuilty then would seem to be that your proposal, while not seriously-at least not, detrimental y affecting Heidelberg or Whittlesea Shires, would leave Eltham Shire so weak that it could not carry on: If your scheme: is ever carried through in its entirety, it ,wilL have to be part of a larger schem...

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HURSTBRIDGE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 October 1922

HURSTBRID(11 SCHOOL. On Tuesday afternoon there was. a pleasant little funetion at the Hurst bridge S.tate School, when the.pirizes and certificates gained in connection 'with the recent Temperance Physio logy 'ekamiiation were presented. The Head- Teacher (Mr- Jos. O'Do herty) said the result was largely due to the efforts of Miss Merson. An' interesting little address was given to 'the children, by Mr J. D. Mprson, wrhi said that physiology is to study. the life of everything, and temperance means the moderate use of good things; and abstinence from things that are not good. He men tioned a number of countries that are trying.to. stop the drink traffic,, and quoted Homer's Iliad (dating 2500 yeara back)'.- to:somw that, it. was no' new thing; aiid that in those days the heathen chief spoke against drink. The certiicaites are 'given by "The Rechabite,".the prizes are snbscribed locally, and the examinations, are con ducted in the schools, Mrs Saville, in a few encouraging words, pr...

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Are You Enrolled ? [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 October 1922

Are You Enrolled ? The Amending Electoral Act of 1922 contains a provision that an elector whose real place . of living is not in the division in respect of which he is enrolled shall not be en titled to vote as an elector of that Division if, since he secured that enrolment, he has at any time before the commencement of the period of twenty-one days before the issue of the writ for the election, become en titled Ito be enrolled in respect of the Division. The Amending Elec toral Act further provides that an elector shall not be disentitled from voting in respect of the Division for which he is enrolled if he is tempor arily living elsewhere than within the Division in respect of which he claims to vote with a fixed intention of returning to his place of living in that Division for the purpose of con tinuing to live thereat. Persons qualified to enrol, and electors who have changed their places !of living since last securing enrolment, should at !once see that they are correctly enr...

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KINGLAKE CENTRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 October 1922

KINGLAKE CENTRAL. At 2.30 the party arrived at King lake Central, where fully 100 adults and children assembled in the school, with the teacher (Mr Reader) in charge of the scholars. The inside of this building is very attractive, there being a number of pictures bhung on the walls, and numerous first and second prizes won by the children at the Melbourne show for potato grow ing also adorn the walls. The Na tional Anthem was sung, and Mr Pearson (chairman of the school com mittee) introduced the member and inspector. Mr Everard said he was sorry he could not spend the afternoon with them and soe more of the country, but other engagements prevented it, and he was also sorry that Sir Alex Peacock w a unable to be with them. If other Ministers took a leaf out bf Sir Alex's boo. there would not be any trouble, as the Minister for Edu cation has done splendidly. Mr Everard said the new school was built for 40 children, and at' present there was an attendance of 26, the ground area.being...

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Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 October 1922

R Rifle Club. The azin.ual meeting of the.. Di mond Creek Rifle Club was. held at Hurstbridge on Saturday last, Cap tain Tack r being in. the chair. , The secretary read the balance-sheet,. which "showed the club to be in a, good position. After meeting all ex penses there remained a balance of £12 3s 9d, and in addition there is the annual grant of £7 10s; out standing 19s ; bringing the total to £20:12s 9M1. The next business was the position of the club regarding the new range, which is about to. opened at Cottle's Bridge. The Captain and.Mr Shan hun explained the. position to. the members, pointing out that the chief advantage.. of. a :.rangp at. Cottle's Bridge 3 .?s a :oen.ra:. range, at the same time retainin guctblha?iesent, sites: t Bat'efiu-X h Quieibatown"fdoi phiýc= tice for members' hod-live near by.. The Captain read?rt port giving all d-tails which ledu.;dp- t.?the present p6sition, This wds fMaoralay receiv ed, and it wits deoided;bn: the uiotion of Messrs ,Lorimer a...

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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 27 October 1922

Church Services. Church of England Services will be held as follows: SUNDAY. OCTOBER 29. Hurstbridge, 11 a.m, Panton Hill, Special Children's Service and Holy Baptismn, 3 p.m. ; Evensong, 7 p.m. Rev.'E. Selwyn Chase. Queenstown, 3.30 p.m. ~Mr P. Wilson.

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