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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Heidelberg Shire' Council. Greensborough -'Riding.' Albert A. Haynes, THE- PROGRESSIVj :CANDIDATE, Will address the Ratepayers as follows: . DIaMOND. CaREE-Tuesdyy; November 21st, 8 p.m. GREENSBOROUGH - Wednesday,' Nov. ember 22, 8 p.m. POLLING DAY, . Thursday, November 23. Shire of Heidelberg. Greensborough Riding. EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the following Candidates hIave been nomi nated for the office of Councillor,,namely : ALBERT ALEXANDER' HAYNES `WILLIAM ALBERT SANTON and as the number' hominated erceeds the number to be elected, a pill for the elec tion of ONE COUNCILLOR f r-the above Riding will he taken aor R1'U *1AY, 23rd inrst.,.at the followindfg-?it ??s ' Greenaborough Public Hall. Diamond Creek Literary Institute Tanak's Corner State School :'Tormey'i-Store, Glen:Park ' : commencing at 8 o'clock in the forenoon and closing at 7 o'clock in the evening, E. C . LEAH:: Returning Officer, Greenaborough Riding, Shire Office, Greens Riding Beidelberg, i...
Hurstbridge v. Panton Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Hurstbridge v. Pantop Hill. Panton Hill.-Motchall, thills, b Vers?. 2!; H. Crackneil. b Wilson. 8; Plunkett, ts Milne, 18 ; Smith, c W. ginclair. b Verso, 3 ; Williams, b Verso, 2 ; J" Howard, b Verso. 7; L. 'Howard, h J. Sinclair, 0; G Howard, b Verso, 0; O'Day, b Verso. 0 : 8: Cratskndll, not out, 14 ; L. Howard, run out, 0 ; sundries, 2.-Total, 56. Bowling.-Verso, 6 for 21; Wilson, I for 18 ; J. Sinclair, 1 for 13; W. Sinclair, 0 for 1 ; Milne, I for 0. Hurstbridge.-Shanhun, .h L. Howard; 29 ; J Sinclair, b Motchlall. 4 ; W. Sinclair. thrown out, 13 ; Wilson, b L. Howard. 53 ; A.Verso, c S. Cracknell, s3 ; Mills,_c and b Motchall, 21; M. 'Verso, c O'Day, b L Howard, 5 ; Atkins, b Motchall, 4.; Milne, st, b Motchall, 0; sundries. 6.-Nine wickets for 15. Bowling.-Motchall, 4 for 26; L. Howard, 4 for 34. Our Research correspondent.writes: --The Public Works Department has been asked by the school committee to provide new furniture and fittings for the extended school, and the commit...
WHITTLESEA SHOW. A RECORD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
WHITTLESEA SHOW. A RECORD DAY. Near the foot of the Plenty ranges Siaw to'be~ien-a ,picturesque spot of 22 s ?reu, which has been in the posses -'sion of the Whittlesea' Agricultural .Society for the past thirty years. In the -imnmediate vicinity are avenues. of. trees and 'numerous green fields, zirll:of' 'which seem to withstand the bl0ittest;1i'ther, f?or the district al-. wayi yields its 'quota of food for man and- 'east. Within the society's area the 63rd annual show was held last Saturday, King Sol shone in all his - lory, and the day was voted a per fec\ one. The animals depicted the 'luxuriant pasture of a fertile district, and a record crowd of people admir ed'the 900 exhibits that comprised the show. :While compliments were paid the fathers and sons for the stock they. raised, .kudos was: un grudgingly given, to the mothers and daughters, whose excellent exhibits of cooking, preserves, needle and -fau. oy. work, &c.,.showed that their part in. the show entailed as ...
Steel's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
St~e es Creek-. 'R DL. OUR CORRESPONDENT?:); The opening of the Strel's. Ceelc State school took place on the 4th1 Noverber, and the: weather heing fine and bbe night good,. there was. a .crowded school. In introducing,.Mr W.' Eversrd4 M.LA., the chairnan('1ir KI. A. Cary, said ib gave him. (the speaker> great pleasu-e; as Mr Everard& worked very hard in getting the child-~ ren an up tordate schooL ' He thought the committee was rather~ hard o,- thei'r member-being Saturday night-but the committee was anxious in having. Saturday night fortlheir.: fuiction. ow ing to getting singers fronrit? fibourn? • r EKverard gave a iterling address?i saying he was: very pleased to be ~ire ..-nt, although it was Saturday night.. He had known -Mr E. C0 Morris for a good maoyy-e?'rs, who-had taught the children for 35 .years,.and w-as far 2a years secretary for, the-..Marra Glen, Agricultural arnd Horticultural Society.. He was very.pleased that.Miss \lorris, had taken the- school overt....
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 17. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
THE ltnbam.and_ ?If title~a dAsirtl . ., A, lDtiiDer 1itatli ff ii t h W tality dvatet P-iblished Ev'ey Friday. Aftarnaon HURSTBRIDGE, NOVEMBER 17. Local and General. Several-reports appear on page 4. The Kilmore show will be held to-morro." " .Boots and shoes at less' than city prices at Gilding's; Harstbridge. The. Panton Hill R.S.S.I.L. sports programme is inserted. The polling plaicels are advertised for the extraordinary election in the Greensborough riding. . Orchardists who have plums for sale are directed to a buyer whose notice appears in this issue. Tenders:-are called by the Eltham council for: the erection of a timber bridge at: Kaylock's. Mr G-o. B. Muir's sale of furni ture at Christmas Hills. will take place on Thursday next. Mir P te'tch, the popu!ar. station maste. -aI~ 'Hiribridge, has been pro moted, and will take charge of the M itiamo stationono November 28 Self-raising flour ..(Wattle brand) is now nimIniffactared: by ir W. Bodey, of? the Hurstbridgo bakery, wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Cures colds. stop: coughs, clears the head and throat and makes breathing easy. First dose brings rc"l' Ideal for adults and chil. dren. Obtain localvy or from Perrin, The Chemist. BOX HILL Pianos -PIANOS AND ORGANS Tuned and Repaired in any part of this district: DROP ME A LINE. -LOAL ADDRESS- F. U p'. O'NEILL, Upper Diamond Creek p.o.. ALBERTAP . HAYNtES 1 Auctioneer Live Stock & Farm Salesman, CREEJISBOROUCIH &DIAMOND CREEIC Phones-Heidelberg 141; Diamond Creek 9 Buyers waiting for all Classes of Orchard .Properties. MOIRANG MARKET. Held Every Fortnight. SALE DAYS for 1922 AS UNDER : NOVEMBER 6 and 20. IECEMBER 4 and 18 CLEARING SALES conducted.' Valua tions of Property for Probate made by our Sworn Land Valuator. ADAMSON, BSRETTLE & Co. Pty. Ltd. 3ABonrke-street, Meilbourne. Ivanhoe Church of England Grammar School. A Public School for Boys. G ROUNDS of 24 Acres. A unique home for Country Boys. Education for the University or for Commercial Life., Illustr...
Panton Hill. MASK & FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Panton Hill. MASK &k FANCY DRESS' BALL. The Panton Hill branch R S.SI L. Iheld their annual ball on Cup eve, and notwithstanding the boisterous weataer ( prior to the hour of co 'inmencement, I there was. the usual Panton Hiil at tendance-a full house. The public' ? of the locality continue to keep up. their reputation of patronising every deserving cause, and their initiative in i this direction induces many to attend from neighbouring townships, therefore it was not surprisingo'n M.onday week 1 to see ,visitors present from Hurst bridge, Knngaroo Ground, Queens town, and Christmas tiills. Although the novelty of fancy dress balls has J slightly worn off in the district.quite a. number appeared in> costume, and in 1 many cases the disguise was complete, no one being able to recognise" Mrs 'T. Spencer and Miss .D. O Day as the. loving bride and bridegroom; these. young ladies received the prize for most humorous characters. For best, dressed lady honors deservedly went -t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
The sittlesea Tea Rooms MRS. B. 'RICHARDSON, Proprietress (Opposite Royal Mail Hotel WALNUT. STREET.) UNCHE'S Provided at all Times-Hot Pies,' Fruit and. Choice Confectionery, L . TOBArPrn ?n CTIGARETTES." Dining Room Open-il'hree-Course Dinner. COOKED MEATS A.SPECIALITY. HOT WATER PROVIDED. COOL DRINKS & ICE CREAM. .Now is the time to Consider what you will give for Christmas. . S ] AKE up your mind what you will give in the way 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 will ultimately shop, at Ladner's-where you will find. better values, newer goods and courteous service. We We invite - suggest a few articles that make acceptable presents. For 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, Sirnet 'of our Rings, Luminous-Wristlet Watches, Watch AlbertL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
THE Post Office Store. .HAS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, Clothing, etc.. We ;-specirlise '-isnic r to mieasure-. Satisfaction' ' guaranteed.. Large range of samples to choose from. A trial order solicited. (LATE OF A.I.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. "Wattle Cafe," RIlHT OPPOSITE STATION. - IURSTBRLDGE. A U AMlL3R. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. CRI CKE T ,'A r 'RIA L At your Service for Mutual Prailt and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 SUPPLIED somrplete--Bras, BALLS, LEr GUARnDS. STaurI', GLOVES, M\fArTINOS, BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades, BLADES REPATRED, SPL'rCED and BCUND. New Handles Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRi1 i(ET BLLS rsmovered equal to new. Best value of all.Sporti g Cood&; guaranteed. A trail will ob.lvince you: 889-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT i~ MADS IN AUIT'w.ALLA B. Aa TRALIANS.B 28 Yars Experience. Phone 144, Northcote.... Factory, Nor...
Yarra Glen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 17 November 1922
Yarra Glen. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) The anniversary services in connec tion with the Presbyterian Church were held on November 15, the Rev. Wilson MaCaulay, of Camberwell, preaching morning and evening. Col lections for the day amounted to £6 10s, which was exceedingly good. On M.onday evening,the 6th, the tea meet ing was held in the Victoria hall, and the ladies, as- usual; worked hard to make a success of it, under the cap able management of.lMrs C. White, the convener. The hall, which pre sented a fairy-like appearance with greenery and flowers, was decorated by the Rev. S. H6niball and Miss C. Herbert. The tables were attended to by Miesdames' J. Bell, Roberts, Hat field, Ross, Scott, Haniball and Smedley, assisted by the Misses Bell, R. Irvine, D. Smedley, C. Herbert, F. Herbert, E. Ml Pherson, F. Walters,,L. Walters, F. Hatfield, E. Borner and T. Borner. A feature of the tea meeting was the visit of the Rev. F. H. L Paton, the Moderator, and Mrs Paton, who arrived by the ev...
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COMPETITION. Doreen v. Morang. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
WHIT 1'LESEA SHIRE COMPETITION. Doreen v. .ldrang. This match was played at Morang last Saturday, and proved a most exciting game: Doreen lost 3 wickets for 9 runs and had 4 down for 29. Just w,,n the match on time. Too much praise could not he giveu to Morang tor the fine sporting spirit in which they played. Smith, b Purvis ... . ... 2 Allen, ran out ... .. 2 Ev. Bassett. b C. Ferguson ... 15 Nelson, b Junor ... ... .1 siM.Bassstt, run out ... ... 29 L. Clarke, run out... ... 21 Chriit'a'n, b Walsh ... ... 4 R. Clerke. c. b Purs .. 4 L M. Clarke, b ... :... 5 K. Hodgson. b ... .. o odsen; b ... ... ... Byes .. ... .4 L: ?lbyes .: ... '1 88 Won by Doreen on Brst innings.. .: Morang- st Inningr. Cameron, at,b Neison ... .?.. 16 A; Le Pege, b Nelson ... 2 A. Ferguson, b' Nelson .. .. Walsh.not out .. ... 31 C. Ferguson. b Nelson ... .. 0 Purvis, c Allen, b Clarke ... 3 Smith, c Allen, b Clarke ... .... 0 P. Le Page, c Allen, b Clarke ... o Junor, b Clarke . ... I sole. c Smith, b Cla...
Mernda v. Scrubby Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
blernda v. Scrubby Creek. The above match was played at Scrubby Creek last Saturday, and was" :woo by Mernda by an innings and 52 ruhs. )During e ;ptch a snake was killed alo.ugide the' ?ijtb, ?r Bolton canme to the rescue and iliC the snake, but split the bat. - crubby Creek-lst Inuings. R. Dawonu, lb w, b E. Murphy ... 0 J.'Dawson.st Owens, b Murphy... 2 •Bolton, b Murphy ... ... 10 L. Dawson, b Garside ... 2 Adams, b Garside ...' .. T Draper, rund out ... 65 Sweetman. b Gareide . ...- 2 W. Parker, b Murphy ..... o A. Parker, c and b Murphy, ... 0 W.'Draper, not out ... 1 Beattie, run out-- .. .. 3 Sundries ... ... 6 31 Bowling.-E. Murphy, 5 for ls; E. Gar side, 3 for 13. Mernda-lst Innings. M'Donald, c T. Draper, b Beattle ., 15 A. Owens, e T. Draper, b Beattie 1 Garside, a L. Dawson, b Parker ... 4G F. Bassett, c L, Dawson, b Parker : 'i? Sullivan, c Beattle, b Parker .., 0 C. Welsh, b L. Dawson 13 C.' Murphy, not out ... .. 2 B. Murphy, not out . . 9 Sundries. - ? 6 wickets for...
MORANG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
MORAnNG e| ARK?? T. Adlamon Strettle anrfCo. 'tv. Ltd. held their fcrtuightly live stock sale at their Mo. rang yards last Monday, before a very good artedanoce of buyers. both local and" from the-surrounding districts, witi a fair sprink linig of Melbourne dairymeo. There was a decided inprovemen?r its the' tone of the .market, and the morjority of thle :bupeau shoivsdr.uoro disposition to operate, conse. quently prices, were better, snld 'e practi cally made a total clearance. botti in cattle and pigs.'. The .following arie sortie of the princip:l ..prices :---Best .milkers :from £1 I o. Al4.l15s, the intermediate prices being £.9 Ils,'£10, £10Ss. All Id~. £1I 15s. £12 5s, £12 151, £13 5t, an) £13 10s. The sprinrer section" was not'up to the-- usual standard of quality ;, £?l..5s was? the top. Severall ho'ses change. hands no to £25 for draughts, and 912 15s 'for light .Larn'ess sorts. - The yardiitr of plga was very satis factory; and -so were the prices. "Daring last Friday's st...
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
hitroh Servio es. Chgrgb ff 1inglhand Services will be held .s follows SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 26. 8uitii~theidpe, 11 a~m, (Holyr Communion: YaitoD 'ill~3 p.n. (Special Ohildreis'a 'Service dnd Hoiy. Sltistin arid 7 p.mi -Rev. ir.,ýelW3' Che".heae Q iseustowti. 3.30;' m. Mr Wilson.
Methodist Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
Methodist. Qhurch - Services Meehodie; pbarchbServicea :Kilt be held as follows : $t5f ., iNOVEMBER 26. 1922.. 1i :siSoo Creek,: 11 am., Mr Gregersonca Artbufa's;"Cieelf.&J" p ir, , 4rvg; eraon cottle's"fridge: 3p- .in Mr (Polbti Kuratbridge, 7T b:h, ~r Freeman .W~anck's Qpr. r, 5-Vu.; -tr. BPwd man Rosesrcrh. ai3O;,:lr LBose . &lt; 'P.aotan i iU,:7.15.p r.44e tGregeraon Stujf% GlenMI~p.miDJM ·r" Thompnso
Cricket. ELTHAM DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
. Cricket. "" E1lTHAM"' ''DISTIT 1CT CRICKET ASSOCIATION; .. = r At the bachlusian o1 liie B'rit iound the positiori n "rlclabs-ii1 " a ;!oitbws .:-Diamond :Creek, 3points.;. E1thzm; 2 points..;,.G!Grenrs ..bdtoagli , O;, MonLnorency, 0. To-morrow's ýitiaobeag ara Elthrn-;m 4Montmoireoey, t II- 6ultmureedy, aud ;ITih1~iomd Creek ;v Grseen-· -Cbitrooh; at Greenatioroigh. ;Tb. points; are compiled as follows :-For a win outright, 3" points ; a wrn on the irt inniing, 2 pointsl; a tie;1 poinlt,
Diamond Creek [?] Montmorency. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
Diamond (,eekA:.ugutwmcrcncy. This ..atch *~esa.oacluded on BSaturday Slat in- perfect weather. .Diamond Creek,` whose- bowling wwiof i very high :standard,; ran 6tiutwinner by 102,rtibs. Scores : Diamond Creek-2nd Innings. Rleeres, hS imaondson ... ... 0 ,loggs. run oumt- ,. 91 '"Cowin,.c Park; b Collard, jun, ... 3 Westi'orland, ~Dickison b Siondion 1 Gositray jcapt ),bh Ellis .. 32 O mk, c Dsavey,-b imoudeson ... -. 0 les, c Collard, sen, b Ellis 6 Lswre: b Laey.. Edmonds, c .imoodson; b Lacey 4 - Wasleson. not buit ... ... mWhicker. c.:Jaie, b Elli . .. 0 sundit ... 7 91 .Bowling -Simondson, S for-12 ; Ellis, 3 for 27; o ullardi jnu.., L for 31 ; Dickson, 0 for 6 ; Lacey, 2 f,,r 8.
THE MILK BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
THE MILK:BILL. The member.for. thie diatrict (Mr W. R? Everard, M;L.&:);>speaking in the. :H)use on Tuesday when the Milk. Bill was under discussionstrongl9y objected to the fact that only ouedglegate was.to be appointet to re present the producers out of a total of six, which number.wasto ceohtitute the Board. He took exception tosa representative of tlie Railway Department being on the Board. and called attention to the fact that the milk producers of these districts were called upon to pay higher rates on the carriage of Sunday's milk, whildl6 niounted .fo a con siderable sum pe" annum.: .Mr Evetard w4s not successful in increasing the-number of producers on the Board, but it is hopeful that the Council :will when dealing wiih it next week. Kinglake was -visited on Tnesday by Sir James Barrett, Professor La ver, Mr W. H. Everard, M.L.A., and Mr W. Boyce, of the Tourist Bureau. The object was with a view of having. Home of tho beauty spots parmaunenly reserved. .. .. "<...
Wallan East. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
Wallan East. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) A concert and dance in aid of the Upper Plenty Hall was held on Friday evening, when an excellent programme was submitted. Mr. J. P. Delahunty, I a visitor from Melbourne and a former South Street and A.N.A. competition winner, was a host in himself, being unquestionably the finest elocutionist ever heard in the hall. All the items, however, appeared to be appreciated, and encores were demanded after prac tically every item The programme was as follows :-Piano duet, Misses A. and D. Patullo; song, Mr. W. Munro ; song, "' Amazon." Miss Patullo; song, ".Nancy Lee," Mr. Webb; recitation, "At Home Out back," Miss Mahady ; song, " Where my Caravan has rested," Mr. Byers ; recitation, "The Irish Philosopher," Mir J.. Delahunty (as an encore an original poem) "Paper Bag Cookery"); original humorous monologue, "The Kamarooka Snake Bite Tragedy,' iMr. J, Grills ; song, "Over the Hill," M iss Patullo; recitation, " iHoolaghan s Mare," Mr. Delahunty (enco...
Hurstbridge Girls' Club. A SPLENDID EVENING. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 24 November 1922
Hurstbridge Girls' Club. A SPLENDID EVENING. (Contributed.) For quite a while before'Saturday,: N2ovember 11th, in Hurstbridge, : iris were frequently seen hurrying here and there with little tolls of paper, etc, and perhaps boxes. Those who saw them guessed that it had to do with a little invitation that had been sent out to over one hundred helpers and friends of the Girls' Club. On Saturday evening, after a perfect day and on an equally perfect evening, the doors of the hall were thrown open to reveal something beautiful enough to he a part of fairyland. Passing in the.door through an a.ch of greenery and streamers one looked towards the stage, made to appear quite like the side of a pretty Henley boat-each side latticed in narrow vieux rose and saxe streamers. just leaving a diamond in the centre, through which a glimpse of a tiny yacht on a sea of blue could be caught; the stage background could not have been used to better advantage, blue muslin stretched from end to end with ...