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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
THE Post -Office Store. S AS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, -- :: Crockery, Drapery, Clothing, etc. -We specialtse in suits to measure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose from. A trial order solicited. (LATE: OF A.I.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. '"Wattle Cafe," BIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDGOE. A . AMsBLIR. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. CR1 C KE T .IA TIRIAL At your Service for Mutual Profit and SPatisaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 ceIoCEa-'T CLT?B ES S UPPLIED eomplete-Bars, BALLS, LEG GUADSa. STasIPS, GLOVES, MM~TNO, BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUNDL Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. RICI1(ET BALLS recoveredtrqual to new. Best value of alISportiqggoode guaranteed. A trial will Coqvince you 889.391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT 1 ?1ADE ix Auara.u iA BY AUSTHALIA t 28 Years Experience. Phone 144, Northcote Factory, Northcote. City address...
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
ELTHAM - SHIRE COUNCIL. R MONTHLY' MEETING.. : he councillors met at the shire hall, c .:.Kangaroo Gzound; on Monday. -Pre sent - Cris. Bratluryi (president), Saidley, Hubbard, Andrew, :Camp bell. Bath,' Shallard, White" and A Hewitt. THE SECRETARY ILL. The president said he was sorry to 1.inform councillors ;that the secretary .(Mr M'Mahon) was ill in':hospital, but .he hoped to be '6it soon.': He asked :members to do. what they could, and " postpone the balance of the business a until next meeting. -Mr M'Cormack.(engineer) said he had gone through the books,.and was " prepared to see the meeting through. 0 CORRESPONDENCE. From W. H. Pitmanri,objecting. to a N lease being granted through: Dotiald- r. son's property., Hill and Talbot, solicitors, submit ting offer from the Bank' of Victoria fortJand at Kinglake.-Offer accepted. Wm. Brown, Rattray road, corn-. plaining of--driiinage; eto.-=-Referredito a the engineer . 'L..Crawford, asking for a road out, which the use of the grader ...
Panton Hill. DEATH OF MR J. J. FOUBISTER [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
DEATH' OF MR J. J.SFOUBISTEER. (PRO., QUR GOP.RESPOND2NT It is with regret. thbt tde: hav e to report" ;the death 'f Mr James.J. For'bister, of Pan. ton Hill'. wichoccurred onI Tuesday night.. :One of "Nature's Gemtleton" Mr Foubisrer. was-leldiu the highest esteest by all whose. privilege:.it was to'be acquainted with him. ,His generous, genial, kind-hearted nature endeared. him to al-old, and young. He. iwas a man of. great mental- and moral. strength,, and his life was lived in perfect harmony. with the. high principles he pro fessed. 'Mr Fotubister wae. valuable public -man. ready at all. times tassnume the res- ppnsibilities-tf seocial leadership and public duties Ati the time of his. death Mr Fou bister was-treasurer of the school commit. tee and vice.president of:the progress asso. oiatioa: Eor manyryears MrFoabister carried on? a dentistry.practioeat Clifton-HHill. Several years ago he retired frombuasinsss and took up his, residence at Panton Hill, where he. could indulge h...
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Diamond CGreet.. (FROML UR coRRESPONDRENT). On-Thursday evening the Horticultural? Society held, their monthly meeting. There was a fair. attendance Mr G. Middleten. was in-the chair. It was decided that the Reoretary.write to-the City Counolt, aski~ g that the bye-law re selling fruit in the mar ket be strictly enfbroed, as some growers at- tend the markets, at. the early hour of the morning and sell by candle-light, which, is very unfair to the growers. The Diamond Creek Musical'Society held a 'sacred concert in the hall! on Sunday. afternoon in aid.of hospital Sunday. There was only a fair attendance., It is a great pity that the publi' does not realise once a year whai'a great blessing thehospitale .are to ?iankind, and attend' these functionsi:hld. in aid of 'such a worthy-cause.. The singings under the leadership of Dr. Cordner, was. all that could be'desired, and the stay-at-homes. miised a treat. The fllowing selections were given :--" Send out the light," choir ;. " Lost Ch...
Concert at Hurstbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Soncert alt Hurstbridge. The Tenhis Club held a concert and dancr iiaid of funds tot defray 'the'cost of con structing the- new court in the .Menori'l Park, on Friday evening last, and received good patronage from local residents. Thb entertainment was in the hands of a ladies' committee,. of which Miss. Jessie Petterson was secrestry. and to her. tha success of the evening is mainly due. Uhifortunately four of the leading artists were unayoidably pre vented from attending, and. although news of their absence was receised with, regret by the committee,. the programme submitted, though not lengthy, proved most attractive Mr C. H. Ford, the Digger comedian, 'brought down the: house" with the ooolic sobu Kitidly Step this Way, andlater inithe role of Mrs.Bunr 'eca Ulu The siugiag of Miss Rogers.and .Mesdames- Dunk and':Am-? b!er was a treat for the audience. The pro gramme was subtitted in the following or der':=-Overture, Mr W. Sawyer;song, 'Ave Ion, Mr A. A.. Haynes;: song, lIoles, R...
Mernda v. Whittlesea. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
Merndsa v. WhittleseLu On a, good wicket, and in the presence of : moderate. attendance, Whittlesea" aodt M ernda met on'the:atter'Ea ground. Basseth won the tos and sent Whittlesea in to bat. Slernda won by siz. wicketsand seven runst Whittesea-Nunan,. b C.. Murphy, 25y Crawtrd,.c C,' Welsh, b C- Murphy, 14r Bolands, rnn.out O;iDuffey, o. S Welsh, b. McDouald,.22.;.Dowoie, b Gar?ide, 1;:Moore b L. Murphy, 1 ?: T. Jobling, b McDonaldS. ?; T. J'obling, a F,.Basseta; b McDonald,,?'. Howell, not out,:.8. Bhtir, c-McDonald, b L. Mlurphy, 0-. MaNmee, b S..Welsh,. 1S.;-su- dtris, 8. "'?otal,. 114i. o Bowling'-. Murphy, 2 fot 36;;S..Welh;. 1I fur 21;:Garside, 1 fOr ?15,:crDonald, 3fuor 14; L. Murphy, 2 for 12. Merndai-McDonald; c E. Jobling, b.T.. J.obliug, 21;L Garside; .lhwti. b Downie. 34;; S!ullivan,.run out 6;.BaseLtt; not out. S36;A. ?twens, b McNante, ; : C:.Murphy,.not out,. 16; sundry, 1. Hour wickets for 121. BowJing--Doivnie, ' for 51; T..Jobling, 1; for 33;:MONamie,.L; for I.; ...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 10. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 10 November 1922
' b( e0Cjj.. f. 7. .i out and arr Glen pavilion re-t rtcultral Soiety will be helrnd on H ifash mGE NOVEMBER 10. L.ocal and Cgeie4 al: Historly of angaboroo ghnd, Boyre Sconts, and Yarra Glen pavilion re 6fThe appealr on pcaege 4.in o A ineeting 'of the Diamond Creek Hortcultheral Society ill be hewill bon hord by eveninge oi. which r ill bert A. Hane hill holdcolun. Thi fortnightly Greensborough market on Monday next. The appeal cases in connectiort with. .tho Whittlesea saire will be hoard by a P.M., due notice of which will be given in these columns.'. The "`number of appeals total 59. Mail tenders are advertised.: Tenders are called for fencing., The Whittleyea show will be held' to-morrow. The Panton Hill branch of the R.S.S.I.L. will meet on Tuesday. - A' notice is inserted with reference to:a lost insurance policy. Boots and shoes are for sale at Messrs Gilding and Son, Hurstbridge, at less than city prices. Mr Albert A. Haynes will address ratepayero at Glen Park to-morrow a...
Eltham Court. (Before Messrs E. M. Smithers, A. H. Price and C. Wraight, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Eltham -Court. (Before -Messrs E. M.' Smithers, A. H. Price and 0. Wraight, J.P.'s.) Constable Rose v. John Dunne, for failing to supply informnation relating to a holding.-Fined' 10s. A prohibitioni order was granted against: Grace. Groves, and" also .against Alf. Potter. Hubert Rutter was fined 2s 6d for failing to have his child vaccinated, ,and-Wm. Tomkins and Leslie Apted 1Os each for similar offences. The Eltham oonncil received jndg ment in the following cases with 13s costs against, each. defaulter :-F. M. Groube £7 5s 9, F. FPelmington £& 12s 6d, A. E. Davies £9 9s, J. P. Cavolin £3 16. 9, J. H..Daicey £17 7s, Eva Collard £3, F. C. Clarkson £6 9s 6d, James Rankine £5 16s 6d, J. 1. Gregory £4.12s 9d, Jas. Daw nie :? 1Is9d,.Neil Smith :,£7 5g 9d, Jas.. M. Rudolph £2 5s 4d, F. Haw *1e £2+8s, E. J. Serenikoff £21 10s 6d, J. Peterson £2 6s 10d, R. J. Thompson £7, Stephen Mills £19 ls 6d, Hector Hocking £2 5s, R. G. Todd £31 16s. E. 01 DC. ning; F. G: Bell; T: G. Wain, P....
Correspondence. GREENSBOROUGH MEETING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Correspondencre. GREENSBOROUGH MEETING.. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADQERTISEL- ; Sir,--Thec Diamond Creek. coxres pondent of your contemporary takes. exception to the supposed action of mine in connection with'the meeting held at Greensborough. I would like to state the position As soon as I had intended to retire, recognising thatI re presented the whole of the riding, I wrote to the president of the Diamond Creek Progress Society at the same time that I did to the Greensborough society. In addition I communicated .by telephone with the president, and up to the present I have received no acknowledgment of my letter advising that I had resigned The meeting was convened by the Greensborougb Pro gress Society, and I had nothing to do with it. If there is any feeling in the matter the fault does not lie with me, but evidently with the officers of the Diamond Creek Progress Society. Yours, &c.; A. H. PRIOE. Greensborough, Nov. 15.
Cricket. Eltham v. Greensborough. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Cricket. Eltham v. Greensborongh. Beautiful weather marked the opening of the match between the above teams at Eltham The lthham ekptain, winuuing the toss. sent the visitors to the wicket. Fits rimons opened the bowling.... His howline a:ways had the batsmen in difficulties,. and with suficient, support in the field his average would have been much better His fitures we:re 14 overs. 3 mtirilens. 6 wicket4, 32 rous. Johnson was the only batsman to make a stand. scoring 67 not out Aithough he gave five chances he bai.red attractively. Klthem appear to have a reasonable chance of victory ou the score, as both- not out men are batting confidlently. The progras scores are: Greensborough 1st Innings-Fraoklin, c E. M'Coli, h Fibznimone, 8; Johnann, noL out, 67 ; Baxter c Morris, b Fitzeimopn, 9; I. Purcell, b Fiti?imonas, 0 ; C. Jessop, b Fitzsimons. 0; R. Quirk. c Nicholls, b War. soli, 14 ; Burgess. c Morris, b Jarrold, I ; Oakley, c D. M'Coll, b Jarruld, 2; A. Purcell, c Hircliall, b V...
NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Queenstown v. Arthur's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
NORTH RIDiN?- CU.ItPE'r1TION. Qneenstown v. Arthur's Creek. Arthur's Creek, 1st Innings -W. Laidlay, c J. Muller, h E. '-picer, 40 ; Harrop, c G. ,iuller, b O'Brien, 0; Howard, c Marriott, b Healey. 0; J. Laidlay. c W: ipicer..b Healey, 13; Watts, I h w, b Healey, 3 ; Green. h E Spiter. 6 ; Herbert, c Marriou, i, i. Spicer, 7; J. Sutherland, not out. I ; W. huther land, b E. Spicer, 3 ; LI'Kimmie, b Healey, 1 , sundries. 2-T'otal. 73. Bowline.-HIcaley, 4 for 34 ; E. Spicer, 4 for 27; O'Brien, I for 10. Queuentown, 1st Inning; --iarrintt, h Green, 12 ; L. O'Brien, bliarrop, 0, Healey b Harrop, 11 ; W. Spicer, ran out. 18 ; Lockmau, b Green. 3; Hlirt, I Gren. 0 ;. E Spicer. b Green. 0O; Dugdale, c' Harrop, b Howard, 3; K O'Brien, c M'Kimmie. b Howard. 0 ; J, Muller,. b Howard; 4 ; G. Muller. not ont, 11; sundries, 1.-Total 52. Bowling -Howard, 3 for 4; Green, 4 for. 15 ; farrop,:2 for 21; M Kithinle, 0fo'ill. r'' thur's Oreek,.2nd Ihui 'gs.-W. Lail lay; not ,out, 9; M'Kinimie not out,...
Whittlesea Shire Council. (Continued from last Issue.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Whittlesea Shire GCouncil,. (Continued from last Issue.) E.O. Pittaway, Wollert, enclosing statement for the outside light at the post office for six months to October 31, the amornt being £2 19s 5d.-To be considered next month. Shire of Glenlyon, with reference to goods sheds and weighbridges being p ,removed from railway stations -Re ceived -Cr Clarl-e said the object of the department is to facilitate work at country stations MISCELLANEOUS Cr Clarke drew attention to 4o.head of stock, being seen on the side roads, and moved that the ranger devote more attention to them On the motion of Cr Hurrey, it was decided to get a horse and dray to assist the overseer on Hazel Glen hall. Fresh tenders to be called for Ma honey's lane and M'Donald's bridge. Notices of motion with reference to extra and special rates of .6d. in the £ were passed. Cr Clarke's motion for building by laws was deferred till next meeting. On the motion of Cr Thomas, it was decided to ask the Railway Department. to...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Methodist Churchl Services IMeLbodist Church .ervices will be held as follows:- : SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 19x. Diamond G(reek, '11 ahi., Rev. Godbohear 7 .15, '.r M'Wigina Artburs.sa(reek, ! p.m., Rev. Godbehear .Cottle.' B?i . 3 pi.m., Mr. Spicer Hure ' ciy6 i i 1 pm., Mr Rose: Paih7of5o ,t '1.15 p, u;, Rev. Goodbehear Wiltle '"h' e,7o 15 p.m.. \Ir tWrWiegin
CRICKET GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
CRICKET GROUND. , The local "crie' et ground .now hbas a -very.good appearance. The concrete pitch is .finished .and, it was: given a .trial' on.? aturday by the lads (wbo hav-e the bye in the oompetition), who pronounced it perfect, not. one .ball howled during the afternoon :proved dangerous. The ground is a credit: to. the local lad: ; they, have done all the work them'selve.:: In time the ground :will ha one `iof the best oitide Mlel bourn.e. o
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Rifle shooting took place at the Balee range last Saturday, by the members of the Diamond-Creek rifle club, at `500 yards. A& 'ommittee mfxeeting was held afterwards, and it was decided to:have a syllabus prin ted from January to June. It was arranged to have two new targets. 200 rounds of ammunition and rifles sent to Queenstown. range, and that a match be held there on November, 18,.and a trophy match at Bales the following week. All match ammu nition is to be free, and each member will receive 70 rounds to be used in club shooting before June 31; the price of practice ammunition to be reduced to 6d per packet of ten? in the hope of encouraging shooting.. The Hurstbridge tennis club will commence their handicap tournament to-morrow at 2.30. E. Chamberlain and B. Smith (owe ) 15) will meet C. Dunk 'and C. Collard (ser). T. Cooke and C. Harris (owe 50) will play H. Bertrand: and H. Sinclair (owe 15). A ,ladies' double will be played when Misses R. Thompson and' C. Verso (owe...
Wonga Park. POSTER BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Wonga Park. --- -- (FRO, OUR CORRESPONDENT). POSTER. BALL. On Saturday evening, llth:inst, a poster: ball, in aid of the local cricket club was held in the local institute There was a very large attendance. Nearly every .,person. wa`.s in some costnume or other, and some expensive dresses came to light If the fiirms whom some represented could have been seen by those managers it would -have brought additional .funds in to the-club: However, it was a great .uuces?. The prizes for best got up advertisement. w'swon hv Miss Dare (Tin Tax *Dyes), :nd Mr S. Platt (A B. Wine l'onit:) The other prizes for competition w'ere Baloon Dance, which was won by Miss Grigg and Mr. Symons. This :itern caused much amusement. The waltzing competi tion was won by Miss Grigg and Mr Borden.
Rating M.M.B.W. Lands. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Rating M.M.B.W. Lands. (By the Organiser for Strathewen Progress Association.) Reliable information has been obtained that the Bill to rate the lands held by the Ml.M..B.W.. which was due for introduction on 16th November is unlikely jo appear this year on account of the numoer of Bills due for introduction prior to it. In any case, supporters of the Bill must not relax their efforts to organise the public agitation in its favor. The support, public and private, le ceived up to date is most gratifying, but much more is possible and urgently needed. For the consideration of those concerned. I offer the following suggestions :- (1) That all district progress associations consider the matter of co-operating in the public agita tion for the Bill at their next meeting ; ap point a vigilance committee aunl a campaign organiser, and see where there is no progress association that some person call a meeting of district residents, form a distlict comu mittee and alooint an organiser. To co o...
Greensborough Gala. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
- :Greensborough Galas (raOM OUR CoRRESPONDENT). On Saturday last a grand carnival, was held in Greensborough Park. to. :raise funds to beautify same. The day, being all that could be desired,. proved a huge success. The carnival was officially opened by Coun.,cillor Pitcher (president of the shire), who congratulated the committee on.,tbeir efforts to raise money for such: laudable purpose, and also said that we should look ahead and try and se cure more park lands. The stalls wore, tastefully decorated, and werWe ia charge of the committee representinig each of the four queens, and were allocated as follows :--Refresbments Cricket; confcotionery andafruit, lo.t. ball ;ice cream and soft dridnk, Mont morency ; jumble stall, 'Workers. While tobogganing slides and aerial railway were greatly patl oroiid, t?ho Court of Injustice crested much it erri merit, all the local celel;ritie beiihng arrested and charged` with various -offences, such as dfiving wit?h&,~ ' ~. rlight ?- i~...
Diamond Creek. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Diamond Creek. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. The annual, meeting was held in the public hall .on Tuesday evening, Mr Ir. Middleton presiding over a fair attendance.. The balance-sheet was read and adopted, the best item in the receipts being the gate of ,73 j6s 3d (a re cord). The prize money was £109. The overdraft is £159 3a 3d, having been reduced by J40 during the past year. The .assets consist of buildings and land valued at £350, and excess of assets over liabilities are estimated at £159. Mr W.- J. Cooke, 'who audited the accounts, complimented the secre tary (Mr Leach) 'on the way the books were kept, and his effort's in getting the overdraft reduced. The following officers were elected -Pres;dent, Mr B. Gosstray ; ?'ice presidents, Messrs A. N. Jones 'and S. J. Downey; treasurer, Mr N. M. Finlay (re-elected); secretary, Mr E. C. Leach (re-elected); building com mitteq, Messrs 'B. "Rose, P. Lawrey, W. 'J. Cooke; president and secre tary; general purposes committee, Messrs E. D. Wad...