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PANTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

PANTOIN HILL. SBetween fift,y and sixty people (in eluditig a number of ladies) attended the meeting atKPanton Hill at 8;p.m-. ilr D. Rodger (president of the lo cal progress association) was asked to take the chair, and in introducing tI~& speaker said it was only a fair thing.to oto a meeting, whether you agreed with the speaker or not, because. you never knew when you would strike a. bright idea. Mr Mackinnon said hewas flattered' to see so:many.present, and proceeded on similar lines. to those;,at Kangaroo Ground.: He.stated that: his 2o years •of public life and hi' recent tiavels abroad placed, him: in a position to be of value to this country. The main` difference between the Country and the Nationalist party is the arbitration law, which lMr Hughes. clams..has not had a fair trial owing to war conditions. Every trier on the land will-have a chance of winning t?irough, as they "will get assistance from the Parliament of Victoria. He did not approve of the State's righ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Diamond Creek v. John Kitchen & Sons. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

Diamond Creek v. John Kit,:hen & sonu? Diamond Creek were at home last Satur day tsa.o:eteyeu chosen from Johri Kitchen M.&Sohavseý ploye`es. Afterboona tea, awhich was much appreciated, by 'the:players. and otffcials, was served by lady helpers. Kitchen & Sons--Newton,' c Whicker, b West?nmreland, 5; Sauuders, lbw., b Wade son, 12: WcCauley, lhw., b Wadeson; 5; Croy, h Wadesuu, 19; Robinson, b Wade. 'son, 0; Smith? c Maggs, b Wadeson, o; Wer rett, run out, 0; Murray, lbw., b Wadeson, o;-;"emmens, c Weetmoreland., b Wadeson, 0o; Sticker, stpd Cook, h Watdeson, 0; Mrow bray,1c Margs, b. Wadeson,.6; Pyke, not out, 0; sndries, 2. Total, 49. C'owlingi WeAtmoreland I for. 16, A. Wadeson 9 for 22, J. Maggs, 0 for 7. ., Diamond: Creek--Reever, o Pyke, b Mow bray,. 0,o Cook; c McCavley,. b. Smith 3; 'Westmo,reland, c Saunders, "b Mowbray, 6; Maggs, b Smith, 2; Gosstray, b Newton. 25; Cowin, b Newton. 7; Wadeson, bi McCauler, [; Whicker, b Newton, 0; Potter, b Mow: .I...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Indi Electorate. MR. MACKINNON'S CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

Indi Electorate, MR: MACKINNON'S CAMPAIGN Mr Donald Mackinnon; the Nation alist candidate for the Indi seat of the Federal' Parliament, visited HurBt= bridge on Tuesday at noon, and as that hour was evidently not a conve nient one for a meeting, orily a few at tended. The candidate had a ;chat with those, and then went to see a number of others. KANGA.ROO GROUND. There was a small .attendance at the Kangaroo Ground hall at four o'clocko and Mr John Bell" presided. In in troducing the candidate he said ilr Mackinnon had been in Parliament for 20 years, and had done good work. Mr Mlackinnon said although the attendance was small he. thought it worth while to say a few words, as the present election was 'ir?portant, and people should take an interest in it. Last year he spent the greater part of his time in England, France, Italy and Germany, and although Europe Is 12,000 'iilei.. away,. we -ar iff'ected .by the conditions that. exist'there, as the war has left its effects. This consti...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr Cook's Candidature. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

Mr Cook's Candidature. Mr. R. Cook, M.H.R., addressed. the electors of Panton Hill in the public hall on Tuesday, 24th inst. The chair was taken by Mr. F. Rickard. In introducing Mr. Cook, the chair man stated that he.had known him for twenty years as a successful farnier. The candidate dealt with emigration and land settlement, and stated.that to enable him to know the facts he had through the various states. In Queens land and Western Au.tralia he found many millions of acres of the very best land, and not the slightest use being made of it; 'and where any settlement existed the holdings, were one hundred square miles in extent. He argued that the best defence Australia could have is closer settlement. In dealing with the sugar question he spoke with first-hand knowledge, and propounded a scheme which was both fair to the sugar growers and fruit growers Mr., Cook, who used no notes, spoke for aboit an hour and a half, and was listened to with great interest, because it" was quite ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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STOLEN WHIP. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

- -STOLEN WHIP. Ew TNE EDITOR 6ron o I: A sasBrIsaI. Sir;-Would on kindly all?; mue k snalL space to state that como paltry': thie. was. mean enough to take iLbe whip. out of amy jinker on' turday week 'at'thle Hrst bridgi Hall'wbhe ti'e biHo'llers deiluce was in progress. 'Thi is 'the e::i .tini* within six months that I have a'hd a ':new whip. stolen while at a dince . I am sure it there Is anyone else who drives to the foothallers da.pces and is tou poor to buy a whip an. appeal to,the club for funds, would save them from, becoming a common thiet. -Yours &e, ' A..E. BIRCH, Xmas Hills.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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History of Kangaroo Ground. AN ARTISTIC PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

History of Kangaroo Ground. AN ARTISTIC PRODUCTION. (BY EMILIE DAVIBs.) At the recent State School -Exhi bition, 'held in Melbourne, one' .of the finest pieces of work on view was the " History of Kangaroob .Ground,"which also contained a num ber of sketc6hes and photographs of old residents. It attracted a good deal bf attention, and critics were loud in their praise of the artistic and poetic character of the authoress -Miss E. Davies, the head-teacher of the. school .at. Kangaroo Ground. Why is such a young artist remain-. ing away out there ? was the ques.. tion often. put, and the reply that was usually given was that she loves to be in the midst of- the beauties of country life.. The cover, enclosing this history of Kangaroo Grounnd.is striking?and effective. It consists of dark green linen, 22in. z 15in., with a design of Kangaroos leaping over the stretch of oiriuiy which was once theiii' home, the old man. kangaroo in the foreground resting-on his hind legs, body erect read...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

In Memoriam. HOWARD.- In loving memory of my dear husband and our dear father, Harry Val- entine, died 24th October, 1916. In dreams I see your dear, sweet face As I kissed your still-cold brow; In life I loved you dearly, As I love your memory. Inserted by his loving wife and family.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

The Modern Stores ELTI-.A.1VM BIRD BROTHERS Cash Grocers and Fruiterers (OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION) SUMMER DRINKS AND CONFECTIONERY A Specialty. A full Stock of Groceries of the Best Quality always on hand at City Prices ORDERS CALLED FOR PROMPTLY DELIVERED D O you know ? If not make his ac quaintance CEO. A. DANSLOW, Hairdresser & Tobacconist (Opposite Eltham Station.) GENTS' HAIR CUT, Is- Boys 9d. Fobr Dandriifftry Tnilet Parrafin. Imported Cigarettes and,best Cigars kept.' Briar Pipes from is 9d, Ropp's best: 2s, others from 6d each,, . ]-M .U.,I.O.O.F. Loyal Caledonia Lodge, No. 5716, Hurstbridge. The Largest and RichestFrieudly Society in Victoria. B ENEFITS to be derived by joining : Doctor ' and Medicinei immediately on joining. Sick Pay at 20s per week for 26 weeks. ,, ,, at 13s 4d ,, ,, 2nd 26 weeks. And lOs per week for continuous sickness afier 12 months until recovery ; six months after joining. Funeral 'Pay, £20, and £10 for wife I month after initiation. This is...

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Orange Blossom. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

Orange Blossom. (PhtOJM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) A very pretty wedding was cele brated at the res'dence of Mr. and Mrs. Pollard (the bride's parents) of King lake West, orn Saturday, October az. The contracting parties were Mr. Arthur George Roney and Miss Millie Evelyn Pollard, both of Kinglake. The bride looked charmitig in a. white crepe-de-chine dress, draped Iwith radium lace beaded tastefully with crystal beads, a, pretty spray of hand-made flowers and a spray of .orange blossom at waist, white shoes and stockings, silk embroidered veil with wreath of orange blossom. The bride carried a beautiful bouquet of white watsonias, single roses and orange blossom. Miss Bertha: A. Pollard was bridesmaid, and wore. a pretty crepe-de-chine frock, white shoes and stockings, pink georgette and crepe-de-chine hat, trimmed with a spray of pink and blue, and carried a bouquet ot pink carnations and. pink roses. Mr. Llarence Roney (brother of the bridegroom) acted as best man. The " Wedding March" ...

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Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

Diamond Greek.. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). The contractor for the footbridge over the Diamond Creek has made-a start, but there are a lot of complaints -re the width of the bridge. It would do for Chinatown, where they follow each other. There is not enough room for two persons to walk abreast. It is to be hoped that a proper bridge will be erected. On Friday last Cr. Dennis, J.P., DIR, of Northcote. attended the   local State school to present the prizes given by the Diamond Creek I.O.R. to the scholars who gained over 60 points in the recent examination on temperance. The papers were a credit to the scholars, and the principal prize takers were Hellene Weiland. Wilfred Weiland, Harry Weiland, Horace Edmonds, and Percy Sinclair. The three Weiland's deserve great credit for the work done, as they were the three highest. Speeches were made by Mr Dennis, Mr T. Collins, secretary to the I.O.R., (who takes a lot of interest in temperance work), also Mr Anson, our popular hea...

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Eltham. Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

Eltham. * (oR Oea U CORREIPOWD =NT). Progress Association. The usual monthly meeting of the Elthiam andGlen -Park Progress Association. was. .liildon 'Thursday, 26th ult. Mr J. Basiks was in.the chair. . Correspondence was read from the feidel berg and Eltham Shire Councils re their support to the proposed station at Glen Park. The president informed the meetin; that the school inspector (Mr Saxton) was much impressed on the occasion of his re centu visit, and the chances of the establish ment of a State school at Glen Park were :particularly bright. Mr Smithers informed the meeting that :he was shown-a letter from Mr Clapp, Chief -Railways Commissioner, .denying reports that. had been published in the Press to the effiet that the electrificitiou of 'the fleidel bedrg-Eltham. line would not be completed on schedule time., :-,Literature from the National Roads Asso. ciation was distributed; anid the 'meitiri de cided for affiliatioun ith the" latter body. Tho. hon treasurer informed ...

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DEATH OF TWO RESIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

DEATH OF TW(' RESIDENTS, The rider on the pale horse has recently been exacting his toll on the Mernda dis trict, and two highly respectable residents have ,one to their rest. The first was iMr Arthur .lohn LePage, a native of South Mo - rans, where he resided during his 48 years of life. The deceased gentleman was of a quiet unassuming disposition, sterlin'ohnn e-tv and uprightness. He was a good hus band and neighbor, and in cricket circles was known as a good sport, always belong inr, tio the South Morang cricket club. The, derenset passed away in a private hospital from dropsy, which followed pleurisy. He leaves a widow and family, and his mother is also alive, her home being on the Plenty road; South Morang. The other death was that of Mr Samnel Stephen Glass. late head teacher of the State school. MIernda. He passed away on Ortiher 25, at the residence of his son-in law. 85 Tooranga road, Malvern, after n se vers illness of many months. -He retired fir?m the school about six y...

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Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Author's Creek v. Hurstbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

C; . ricket. NORTH RIDING- COLMP ETITION; Artbur's Creek v. Hurstbridge. Hurstbridre-First inniovis: W. Sinclair. c Watts, >'Gr.en, 1; J. Sinclair, b Graen, 4; Shauhun o Green, b Harrop, 4; Cox, b Green 8; A Verso. b Green, i; M. Verso, b'Green, 7; Wilson, b Green, 12;, Milbe; b Sparks 3; Gilding, c Apted, b. Sparkl;:-14;" Barker, run ont, 6; HI. Sinclair, not out 0; sundries, 6. Total 69. Bowling-Green 6 for 37, Harrop I for 18, Sparks. 2- for 8 Second innings: W. Sinclair, b Sother land,i;-.J. Sinclair, not out 5; Shba:bun, not out 3; sundrio, 3. One wicket for 11. Arthur's Creek-W. Laidlay, h. Wilson, 27; Harrop, c J. Sinclair, b VYerso, 1; Apted, h Wilson. 20; Howard, b'Wilsou, 10; Green, lbw b Wilson, 0; Watt, b Wilson, 1; Sparks, b J. Sinclair, 7: Herhert, retire , I; J Sutherland, b Wilson; 2; W. Sutherland, lbw., b J. Sinclair. 6; Sockman; not out, 1; iundries, 4. Totl, 80. - Bowlin--Wilsoi 6 for 40, Verso ? for 19, W. Sinclair, nole for 1&; J.. Sinclair., 2 for ....

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Queenstown v Panton Hill [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

S Queenstown v. Panton T-ill Qeenstoirn.-L. O'Brianb K. Howard', 25; Healey, c Willi:ams, b Planklett, 24-; Marriot b Motchal, 3; E. Spicer, b ,?ot chall, 0; Hirt, b Pioulkett, 2; Dugdale. h Motchall, I, W. Spicer, b L Howvard, 38;t. ,O'.Brien, b Croknell, 5; J..Muller. not oa" 0; P.eak', b L. Howard, a; suadries, 2. 'Total, o0u. Bowling--t-racknell 1 for 12, L. Howard 2 for'34, Motchall 3 for 12, Plunkett 2 for 27, H. Howard, 1 for 8, O'Day none for 5. Panton fHill-W. Howar,, b L., O'Brien. 8; O')ay, b. Marriotr, 7; Motchall, c'Pung. dale,.b, Healey. 2; H Hi)w:rd; lbw.; b L. O'lhrien. 2; H. Cracknell, DIudale; b Mar riott,. 19; Plunkett, b Healey. 6; .S. rack nell, . Marriott, .b Hirt, 0, William., run ont l' L. Howard, b E. Spicer, 2" G. Power, not oiut, 0; sundriea 2. Total, 47. B iwling-B. Spicer, 1 for 1?. Marriott, 2 Ioa 14, :L ()'Brien, 2 for 9; HIealey 2 for 6, Hirt I for 6.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

Whittlesea Agricultural I Society, ANNUAL SHOW, Satiurday, I1th inst. r - Over X250 in Prizes. : HUNTING, HIGH JUMP, FF.LA. Ricks, &c. -Bia. Emeatzs Ayrshire, and Jerseys. Come along and enjoy yourselves iii the picturesque grounds. W. R. MIRRIELEES, S . S.. . cretary.l The-Ball of ,the District. rHE Panton Hill.Branch .g.L. 1. will hold their GRAND ANNUAL MASK,' - ND FANCY.DRESS BALL. ON MONDAY, November 6, Gup Eve, At 8 p.m. in the Panton Hill Public Hall. Good supper. Firsatclass music. Prizes for Best Dressed Gentleman. :Best Dressed Lady. Most Humorous Character. Special prize for Best Home-made Dress-- Lady orGent. : Admission: Double ticket, 4s:; Single t Gents, 3s ;Ladies Is Sd; Owing to limited accommodatidn:havailable the committee is reluctantly.cgmpelled to .institue a charge of 6d for all children over 10 years. Come right along and have a time. M.C.--Mr Jas. Cox. G . H.: ORD < Hon. Sec. ANNOUNCEMENT EXT1RAORDINARY The Diggers' SPORTS MEETING. A MONST...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

The old Order Charjgethl. Andrew's Store, E .aTX .&M ch, haa ehanged bands. . G R (Late A.I.F.) has purhebased this old a KK established business, and will call for and deliver ordeirs. By keeping the best of goods he hopis to retain the custom extended to hisrpredecessor. lelephousi 36 J. : Leading Store of Eltham We supply at lowest prices, the beat of goods Groceries, Produce, Drapery,2 Boots, &o., DELIVERED AT YOUR DOOR. A. and E. COPELAND, (Late J. B. & N. LEE.) General Grocer and Produce Merchant, RAILWAY STORE, MAIN ROAD, ELTHAM. Give us One Trial and.be Convincerd. ti*.Anythlne not in Stock will be Prnoursrl. Hurstbridge Bakery. W. BODEY W? ISHES to notify the Public of Hurstbridge and Surrounding YV District thait he has 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. -- The Mutual Store, I L It 55 T BR?B ='D Gr M. BFST LINES OF GROCERIES &amp...

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THE HISTORY. (Continued from last issue), A SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

THE HISTORY. (Continued from last issue) A SCHOOL.     The discovery of gold in 1851 did   not disturb the quiet content of the farmers of Kangaroo Ground; although   in the valleys some gold was found. Of far greater importance to them was the establishment of a school in their midst. The need of a school for the little community had been felt for some time, and. in 1851 Mr Andrew Ross, coming from Scots school in Mel- bourne, took charge of the first school in Kangaroo Ground. The ground was given by Mr Donaldson, and the building erected of slabs, palings and shingles by local labor. The site was near that of the present school. The school was a boarding school, and often accommodated sixteen pupils. Mr. Ross was public spirited, and a most energetic man. Recognizing the needs of the community he began a farm in connection with his school, and it was on that farm that sugar cane was grown beside the other crops. The school &...

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The Fruit Industry. MR. R. COOK'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

The Fruit Industry. o0 MR. R. COOK'S VIEWS. .. b The following address.. wa de- n livered by MrI. R. Cook. M.H:R., in m the House .of, Representatives :- tI It seems to: me. that. the question T at issue is of?. suh momentous im- ht portance that it should be disciissed E in amore amicable way than it.has ae been, and that our objeob should be gt to secure, if not all-round justice, at sac least a compromise. on the . best pos- it sible lines. 1 made it ,my duty dur ing the last: recess to travel. over i part of Queensland, and so to make ca myself familiar with the position of an the cane-grower, the miller, and d everyone associated with the sugar t industry. 'There can be no doubt p that the sugar industry is a great i one. - We have spent millions of P pounds on' thtle defence of Australia, ti and shall have to do so again; and it v seems to me that those who have so t far addressed themselves to this d motion have not given the considera- I tion to' 'the' luestion of- the effec...

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

TO Tr, - DITOe Ou TiB ADt aiTIsan. Sir,-As the Indi electorate is now ex -tended to Ringwood, and as a large numhber of. electors have had no opportunity of t knowing Mr R. Cook. :I.H.R., kindly allow one who has known him for twenty years to encroach on your space. When the North Eastern district was' first. run over with rabbits the District Rabbit Leagues applied to the late Sir T'hoa Bent for wire netting on extenderl terms and after a big fight, in which Mr Cook took a part, their request was granted, and everyone knows what a .boon this' has been, not only to the North East,.but to every part of the State. Before cnn-peration farmers were selling their bacon .at. 2d and 2jd per lb.. Mr Cook and'others put uil a hie fight for co-operation, with the .result that the proprietary firms sent their 'taents 'll over 'the district and b6'ught no all the bacon pigs at 6d per Ib, and the price has never fallen below that figure. and at times it has been considerably higher. Not withstan...

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Correspondence. WAKE UP, HURSTBRIDGE TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922

Correspondence. WA?IL UP, HQRdTB RIDGE I T11 TRW IDITOR O' TJia ADT-IRTIIBR Bir.-As. one. who haa, been noting thei various activities, of tha: different progress. assnciations- sad, how, they bring-the need.e and possibilities of their districts under the notice of the: Government,,ounncil, and the. general public;. I'd like to. ask ?arstbridge residents why. thiey. have, no progresseasso ciation. I have noted. from: time to time how Queenstoawi and Pauton Hill Progress. Associations. get mainy of the disabilities of their distriicts rectified, and I've also noted that S.trathewen Progress. Ausociatiou have started bn agitation to.suppbrt Mr ET.erard's. bill to have the-laudsheld. by the-.11I.B W. rated, and which bids fair to ezeundS throughout Victoria. The least " the, ,agitation can d, is to advertise-the district, -and if it does not succeed. this time in havin2. the bill pasaed: it will wi; a lot of supporters. for neit:time It seems. to me,. as a plain working mans. that now...

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