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Yarra Glen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 3 November 1922
Yarra Glen. (FROM. OUR CORRESPONDENT.) It is pleasing tb note that Yarra Glen is keeping up with the times, and that our enterprisiing townsman Mr P. 1. Hopkins, of the Centre:! Store. has gone in for a m'otor lorry of the newest stamp, and is thereby saving much time and labor in getting orders delivered in record time. Mr Hopkins and his lorry are worth -see ing when they are negotiating the mountain sides in the district, and he has the best wishes of all his custo mers. The Christmas Hills cricket club played their first match on their own pitch last Saturday. This was by no means their first public appearance, but it was their first on the Hills. The opposing team was the Kinglake club. One of the finest events of the afternoon was a marvillous catch by Mr E. Panelli. The afternoon was perfect, and the picturesque setting of the bills made quite an ideal spec- tacle. The Rev. Macaulay, of Camberwell, will preach at the anniversary services in the Presbyterian Church on Sun- day...
MORANG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
* M UP ANG MLRilT. Adamson4 8trattle, and Co. Pty. Ltd:, re port holding;.their fortnightly. sale last Mon. day before a good atteudanes of local, sur rounding district and Melbourne buyersn The yarding of. cattle was up to the average,. and consisted' chiefly of dairy sorte, for whichl the demand was anything but brisk,. but still prices ruled better, taking qpality into account, than those obtained at the. Corporation Market last Friday. Young. cattle and calves sold more readily thau of late,. while pigs, particularly suckers, and. slips, shbowed an improvement in values, and: we quoted the whole yarding of 136;head at.. very satisfactory prices, and vendors were. satisfied. Attention is invited to an adver-. tisement appearing in this isone re- speoting certain alterations, made in, the enrolment of electors on the. Commonwealth electoral roll, which have been rendered neceqsary in con sequence of the rediatribution of boundaries of, Commonwealth eieo . . . . d , v i. · . ... c,...
Kinglake v. Christmas Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Kinglake v.. Christmas Hillsi - Kinglake--First innings, 70;:seonnd in-? nings, 6 for 39;cIsaver] ;.Paoelli, 4,'for 28,. Jackson, 2 for 8). Christima. Hills -First inniugs, 64.; second innings, 35 (Bickertot. 1 eU ; Merris,.6.for 7.; Hunt, 2Sfor 6~;.Morpiiy,. 2 for 20). KiugLake won by three wickets ..and lu:runi.. ' Matches for November 11" antd 18 oar giound of first-named club ::-Kinglake vQ Kangaroo Ground ;Hunrstbriige v. Panton Hill ;:Arthux's Creek v. Qauenatown; Christ mas Hills a bye.. At'Kinglak6 Wesm `i' $ntotrday week; .J. Crawford, playing tor 'Whittlesea, went in, fitst and cae e out last, scoring 78, being? splendidly caught low down.. Kinglake West lost seven wickets for 914, Pearce. knocking up 47T:(not out). 'PTh match was drawns
Benne Teare C.C. v. Eltham [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Bene Tea.re.. . R. Eltbam. Jlltbam-Jarrold, c "\Water,, b M ans.ll 1;.: V. McColl, b Mollison, 3. Gillett. stprl, b. Mansell, 44F ;D. McC1ol, not nout, 37 Wil liams, b O'Connor, 1;.Simson,.o and h O'Con nor, 16; Isberwood, c Jeffiles,.b Kirkpatrick •:29; Gol:ings, c .aud b ()'Counor, 4;;Camerrn,. b O'Connor; 3;J: MclColl, c and b Carfrae,. 13. Norman, not out, 16':sundries, 10; Total for..nine-wickets, 178. Benny Teate C.C.-First ;ionincs,. 39: Second innings :. Ebbot, b Norman, I;. Car- frae, c J. MAColl, b lsharwood, 4; !Mollisond b Norman,,0; Jefftey. ran out,; 2; O'Connor, b -Isherwood, 0;. Kirkpatriok,: a Jar;ld, b-" D. XNcColl: 13;_ Trevena, ca ad b Simson, 5., Waters, c-D' McColl, b:Siinsn, 17; W. Car-. 'rae, b .ilnson, 2,;: Hastiong,' no out, 04.sann bries, 1. Total i45
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Hurstbridge defeat Arthur's Creek [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Hurstbridge defeat Arthur's Creek Hnrstbridgoe-First innings, 69., Second innings: W. Sinclair, b Sutherland, 0; J. Sinclair, run out, 8 ; Shnhunub Green, 21 ; Gilding, b Howard, 1; A. Verco, c Sparks, b Laidlay, 59; Wilson, b Sparks, 23; Cox, not out, 11; Barber, not out, 3; sundries, 9. Total for nix iwiclct:, 1S5 (declared closed). Bowling-Sutherland, I for 3; Howard, 1 for 27; Green, I for 42; Sparks, 1 for 31; W. Lsidlay, I for 23. Arthur's Creek-First innings, 80. Second innings : W. Laidlay. b Verso, So; Apted, a Gilding, b Wilson, 2. Harrop, c Verso, b Wilson, 1; Green, b Wilson, 6; Howard, retired, 1; -&lt;prks, b Verso, 0; Watts, c J. Sinclair, b Verso, 2; J. Sutherland, c and b Sinclair, 4; Herbert, b Wilson, 1; W. Sutherland, b Verso. 0 : Lockman, not out, 0; sundries, 6. Total,5 . Bowling-A. Verso, 4 for 16; Wilson, 4 for 19; J. Sinclair, I for 1I. Queenstown beat Panton Hilt. Panton Hill-First innings, 47. Secoorn innings : Mo...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Methodist Chuiroh Services Methbodisit Churi:ch Services .will be held as follows: ISItN(AY, NOVEMBER I, 1921 . .Diaropd.Creok,.t1i.a nm., Sis . Bessie and Wednesdsy, 7.30; Diamond. Creek, 7.1J p.lm., Mr Colloru Arthur's Creek, 3ap.m., Mr Collom; Tues day, 7 3,0, Sis Bessie (kttle's Bridge, 3 Ip.m., Sis Bessie, Thurs. .. dhy, 7.30.. Hurstbridge,7 16 p.m., Mr Campbell Tanck's Corner, 3 p.m., Mr Rose Panton Hill, 7.15 p.m., Sis Bessieb and,~Mod day 7.30 Wattie Glen, 7 15 p.m., Mr pose'. Si.. . Bessi, Fridlay, 7.30
Boy Scouts. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Boy Scouts. As scoutmaster of thý Hurstbridge and Diamond Creek boy scouts, I feel it my duty to offer this report to the public of the above-named townships. At the outset I can only say that the troops are progressing very satisfac torily, and the interest has been main tained to a remarkable degree. As is well known, we had a four days camp at Queenstown, which was well at tended, and did a great deal towards establishing the troops. With a few exceptions all passed their tenderfoot examination, and several also com pleted their second-class examination, which was considerable encouragement to the officers of the troop. We had an instructor from Melbourne who was a great help to the movement. At the present time we are doing all possible, to get the boys efficient in badge work, and in this connection I will be in debted to the parents if they will do all in their power to encourage the boys to attend the weekly meetings. We are at present considering the annual camp, and I wish ...
Robbery at Hurstbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Robbery at Hurstbridge. Thii Huratbridge railway station wds forcibly entered by the back window on Saturday night last, and the thief let him- self out through the front door. : He took as of station, money, and 55s. helongiqg to the S.M. (treasurer of. the cricket club), and alsoa military, overcoat. The assistant S.M. lost an'.nilskin coat., and the guard a tin trunk= contaiiniag i" aimera. ertificte w~di other articles,.. It. is understood.ýhe ppliace has his eye on a certain lndividual.
History of Kangaroo Ground. AN ARTISTIC PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
History of Kangaroo Ground. AN ARTI3TIC PRODUCTION. (Br EMILIE DAVIES.) At the recent State Schools Exhi bition, held in Melbourne, one of the finest pieces of work on view was the "History of Kangaroo Ground,"which also contained a num ber of sketches and photographs of old residents. It attracted a good deal of attention, and critics were loud in their praise of the artistio 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..
KINGLAKE MEMORIAL CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
K[NQLAKE MEMORIAL CHURCH. •The Kinglake 'Memorial Church' will be officially opened-by the Most Revered? the Archbisbob of Melbourne on Wednesday, November 15,.at 230 p.m. A confirmation -ervice will bi held. A welcome to the. Archbishop and Mrs Lees will be given at the Vicarage, Panton Hill, on Tuesday even ing next, to which the members of the ves tries and those officially connected with the churches have received invitations, and to which the attendants of the' churches inthe. parish have been also cordially.invited, and ale requested to send in their names to. the vicar by Sunday next, the 12th inst. ,. ? ==, =, ?
THE HISTORY. (Continued from last issue), THE NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
THE HISTORY. (Continued from last issue), THE NEWSPIPER. In the sixties a newspaper was printed in Kangaroo Ground called the "Evelyn Observer," and was conducted by a company, Mr Ros-' s;ter being the first editor. The I printing and publication was done i in the schoolroom. After some years the business was bought by Mr I Harris, who carried on the work in the brick building erected by Mr t Donaldson, and now used as the shire office. Other brick buildings were erected at the same time-one being the present .Presbyterian 1 Church. MEMBER FOR EVELYN. In 1874 Kangaroo Ground was proud to have one of its residents Mr Ewen H. Cameron-elected as a member of the Legislative Assembly of Victoria. Born in Inverness, Scotland, in 1831, he came to Vio toria in 1853, and soon after began farming and stock 7Yraising at Kan garoo Ground. He was elected a member of the Eltham Road Board, which later became the Shii'e Coun- 1 oil, and in 1874 entered the Legisla tive Assembly as member for Evely...
Yarra Glen Pavilion. DI GRACEFUL CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Yarra .Glen Pavilion. I DI GRACEFUL CONDITION. A deputation waited on the Eltham Council on Monday with reference to the control of the Yarra Glen Horti cultural and Agricultural Society's pavilion in the show ground. Mr F B. Lithgow (president) said the hall was built with money collected" by the Society. They have no control over it now,-but it is being knocked about, and they want some control over the building. Mr Lawrey said when they erected the building on the recreition reserve they found they could only have it two days a year, and that the council had control of it. At present the building was a disgrace and swagmen could camp there. If they get con trol they would like to floor and line it. Mr Newman suggested leasing the building at a nominal rental if the council could not give them control. Mr Cary (secretary) said he had been associated with sports in Yarra Glen for years. They had the ground to themselves until 1919, when a hitch occurred, after. which. the material ...
Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Eltham. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). The Eltham district cricket associa tion will be officially opened to-morrow. The fixtures will be Eltham v. Greens borough, Diamond Creek v. Mont morency; the matches to be played on the ground of the first named club. Everything points to a successful, season, and the advent of possible &nbsp; inter-association matches will no doubt add to the interest already created. On Saturday evening the Eltham M.U I.O.O.F. Lodge held a dance in the public hall. Mrs. Luckman was at the piano and Mr. Jones was M.C. The attendance was not large, but sufficient to ensure success, for the evening. On Monday the ladies' ball com mittee held a dance. Unfortunately the musicians failed to arrive, but the evening was carried on with the assis tance of Mr F Gilsenan, who officiated at the piano, and he filled this office admirably. Mr. Gollings again offi ciated as M.C. The attendance was fairly good, and as there was no ex pense in connection with the functio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Hurstbridge to Kinglake Motor Service. J. D. CHALMERS M TOTOR WAGGON leaves Hurstbridge 1 Station three, days weekly for Kinglake-MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS-at 9.30 a.m., meeting'the first train from the City. Leaves Kinglake at 4.30 p.ni., and meets the 6 p.m train from Hurstbridge. SINGLE FARES, 4. APPACELS CARRIED. Special carting doneby arrangement. I DRINTING-from a,posteard to a Poster at '* The Advertiser" office. * M.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. a,, at 13s44 ,, ,, 2nd26 weeks And 10s per week for continuous sickness after 12 months until recovery ;six months after joining. Funeral Pay, £20, and £10 for wife I month after initiation. This is the only Society in the World swhwl pays 10s per, week after 12 months' sckness sntil recovery. Contributions to the Society are : Fr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Kilmore.Spring Show Sporting Exhibition: Saturday,, November 1S: L, LzL?? PRIzas :i i?"L, CIASSS,as Entrii oPlose November' 1, at 6 p.m. Late Entries ree'red. Catalogues on application. Grand Parade 3 p m.. Great Day assured. " Excellent Entries. . DON'T` MISS IT. Phone : Kilmore 12.7' . W. HIOBHARDS, .,ecretary. Diamond Creek Horticul tural .Society. ' THE ANNUAL MEETING will be. held .at the Iristitute, Diamond Creek, on Tuesday, 14th Nov., at. 8 p.m. BtrlNicss : l'o receive Balance-Sheet. To e;ect Committi? and Ofcers for the ensuing year.L By 'oder, E. C. LEACH, Secretary. WHITTLESEA HALL, 'Saturday :Deceinber 9. BAZAAR TN aid of Funds .to .'build a Hall at -* crubby. Creek Co-opera'ion of all 'r.idents requested. "The Arthur's Creek Sports. .Club . Are holinr .-. . GRAND ?IALL.. FRIDAY NIGHT,.' NOV. c TzH, In the ARTHUR'S CREEK HALL. Admission: IDouhie.icketa 3s 6d. L. RYDER, Hon. Sec. Tenideirs ANTED-Tenders for Splitting and Fencing-up "'t": Two, Miles of Fencing.- Apply, W. ...
Cherry Tree Road. MOTION NOT RESCINDED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Cherry Tree Road. MOTION NOT RESCINDED* A deputation from the Panton Hill Prdo gress Association waited on the council on Monday for the motion to be rescinded with reference to the above named road \ Mr D. Rodger, president of the associa tion, said the members objected to one road being singled out, and they could not see why the council would not resoind it. 'The Presidont said he was surprised to see this come up again. Or. White-It is rubbing.in dirt. The President said no affront to Cherry Trea people was intended. The transfora were all in order for the parties to sign. An outside feeling was being kept alive that was not nice, and some people were making it an indispeneeblo thing that the motion should be rescinded. He had' coon the so licitor, who assured him that everything was legal. Why bother your heads about the motion ? The council can rescind or leave it. The matter should be allowed to. drop. Cr Hewitt differed from the President, pointing out that the whole of'the ...
Whittlesea Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Whittlesea Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. i The councillors met at Mernda on Wednesday. Present: Ors B. lcCor a mack (president), Clarke, Thomas, Hlurrey, .Murphy,. Butler, Morgan, l Mitchell, Browne and Reid t CORRESPONDENCE. t From Public Health Department, conveying the Commission's formal 2 approval to the opening of the Roman F Catholic church at Epping.-The Pre- F sident : It has been opened this last 15 years; e Railway Department, asking if the c proposal of the department is accept n able to the council in regard to certain t drainage, at Whittlesea. - Deferred F until next'meeting. F Same, stating that there is no neces sity for the pipes at Whittlesea to be t cleaned out as far as the department is concerned. -Received. 'Same, stating that the proposal to construct a cattle pit crossing near. South. Morang will now cost £195, E instead of £167 as quoted in 1918.- To he'informed that there are no funds available, " oiltry"aRoda Board, stating that ] J.:McKerizie's tender ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Now is the time to Consider what you will give for' Christnas. ". s/m s AK E up your m ind what you , ,i give in the way "?.LV 'of presents. -;Look round and see what values' are offering, and buy where you get the best merchandise for the least comparative cost, and we are confident that you S- will'ultimately shop at Ladner's-where you will findd better values, newer goods and .courteous service. We e uge'st a few articles that make acce"rahle nresents.For We invite Ladies'. Wristlet Watches, Armlets; Strings- of Pearls, Your Inspection Brush and Mirror Sets in Silver and E.P. Ware; Etc. =For' Men's Sleeve Links, Signet of our Rings, Luminous Wristlet Watches, Watch Alberts, Shaving Mugs,. Showing of Military UHir Birushes, et. For Presents of general utility Engagement we . suggest that. you inspect our comprehensive Stocks of Cutlery Rings. and Plate. Jewellery Repairs a Specialty. T T- Watchmaker. WY. E. Ladn Jeweller, Optician, 282 Smith Street, -- Collingwood. The old Order C...