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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Tennis, The- FFurstbridge.. Club handicap: tournament was continued last Satur day in perfect weather and.:before a good attendance of'interested members and others. Cooke. and. Harris (owe 50' de.. Feated Bertrand, and: Sinclair, (owe 15),. --4. Misses L. Buck and E EYeritt defeated Mr'-s Dunk and Miss W.. iMoore, 9--3.. Competing pairs.in this sot both being on an owie r, 1Bmark,: played off scratchb H. Bertrand and, Miss L. Downey (owe 1.l) defeated '. Harris and Aliss iR. Thompson (owe i5}, 9?-- ? n the. mons double, though the handicap.ste ,died Cook and Harris on their opponents' services,. they won their own with, ease: 'Mises L Buck and E, Evoritt.easily defeated ;Ars Dunk acd, Miss Moore. the-fine. driving of Miss Everitt was one of the main features: of the- set. T. the mixed dou ble the mateh: was well; coin tested ` At the concluding stages. the good serving and fine ground. shots of Miss Downey accounted for. the v.io tory.
Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Thoughts. [By Mernda.] Being in a thoughtful mood, I veu tore, with your kind permission, to 1 give vent to my thoughts in your valu able newspaper., My first thought has been about pensions, to be available when incapacity, or old-age arrives. Now, sir, I have often thought over this problem, and my idea is to levy a tax on all money-earners and others over the age of 21 years sufficient to provide pensions where required, and thus give us a right honestly paid for a pension sutficient to maintain each citizen in an honorable and legitimate way when old age or incapacity arrives. 9 y second thought is about the de pletion of our timber resources. Where I reside on the main road, a steady stream of wood carts are con stantly travelling along the road, and when I remarked to a friend that we would soon have no timber left he re plied that it was only dry timber the drays were carting. This timber was wrung to make it available for fire wood, and many hundreds of tons had been carted ...
NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Queenstown v. Christmas Hills. Queenstown—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
-NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. SQueenstown v. Christmas Hills. Queenstown--lt Innings. ,Marriott, b Irwin ... ... 72 Hirt, b Jackson .. ... 89 Hialuy, b Jackson ... ... O 'W. Spicer, q Young ... 16 -l'Brieu, b Irwin ... "." 8 Kealy, b Irwin ... ... 26 Muller. b Young ... ... 12 'Ellis, not oat ... ... 16 E. bpicer. not ot .. ... 1 ., ,Sndris, ... .- 10 :7 ickets for 200 S'owling -Irwin, 3 for 82 ; Jackuon, 2 for. 42.; Ynnn , 2 fri62s ; Still, 0 forSt. Jack Json sant Young each bowled a wide. :Cbristmas Hills --lit Innings,. S"=avuillo, b Healy ... .... j r'in b Spicer ... - ... 18 .Jacks.en. c,W. ,Spicer, b Heale 1y3 Still; b er.al. . 0 SDavie; b E. Spicer .. ... 0 31oirisb, b B. 8picer ... O Love. b $, Spicer . ... 9 Lewis, b E. 9picer... ... I Yoang, b El.;is .. 3 Osborus, b rC. Spleer ... O Ashmre, not out ... ... 2 condris ..... .... 9 56 Bowling.-E. Spicer, 6 for 22i .T. Healey, -8 for-12 ;.E. Ellis,il for t.
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Methodist Church Services Methodllt `Churchh Services will be held as follpws0 - S + S IýUMAY., DECEMBER 3, 1925. Diamondo-Creek, 11 a.nm., Mr Bennett t -.. :d "..7.15,. Mr.Rosae. "Ar:i.ii Creek, 3 p.m., Mr: Bennett _Cottle's Bridge. 3. p.m.; Mr Collom H?urabridge.. 715 p m., Mr McWiggin .Panto. Hill. 7.15,p.in., Mr Collom Wattle , Glen,, 7 15 p.m.. Mr 3Benett
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
* Church Services. Church of England Services will be held as follows : SUNDAY. DECEMBER 3. Advent Sunday. Memorial Church, Kinglake, 2.30 p.m Queenstown, 7 p m. (Holy Communion) Rev. E. Selwyn Chase. SPanton Hill, 3 p.m.. Hurstbridge, 7p.m. 7Mr Chas; C. Sedgwiek, of St...James and St. John,' Melbourne.
Christmas Appeals. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Christmas Appeals. * ST. VINCENTS. BOSPITAL;, MIEL BOURNE.--The books of Miniature Pi'c tures for the special Christmas, appeal ,have been in circulation for some time. As a small inducement to holders of books each contains 25 pictures this year, the price as usual being £z. Prizes are the same, viz :-£1,ooo; £ioo; .50; £25; £izo; 25 at £5 each. Friends and well-wishers of the Hos pital are again asked to extend their practical sympathy to the campaign by purchasing or disposing of a book. This is the only source of revenue by which the heavy overdraft on the buildings can be reduced. The selec tion of pictures positively takes place on 18th December, 1922, and returns may be forwarded up to that date. SALVATION ARMY.--The Christmas season brings with it special deeds of kindness in the name of'.Him whose birth we commemorate. Among the avenues for the distribution of bene faction is the Salvation Army; and the preparations., this year,. include parcels containing; meat, -flour, te...
Montmorency. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Montmorency. 'PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. Lest "aturday week the Mont mot.rincy Progress Association 'held their first annual dance in the Greeris borough hall. Good music was sup-. plied, by Mrs Luckman, and Mr Merle ofciciated as M.C. The, hall was crowded with, people from all parts of .th ditiict, and between the dances items w'e rendered by lr. Roy Quirk 'wo sang ." Beneath Thy Window "), .-Miss Phyllis Thompson (arecitation) and Miss Dorothy ,St. Clair (song, " Coming" Home '--ricore, "Kil Slariey). ?The, function was rIegarded as asocIal success.
Hurstbridge v. Kangaroo Ground. Hurstbridge—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Hurstbridey v. Kangaroo Ground. Hurstbrid#e--It Innings. Shanhun, b Norman ... . ... 6 Coxr t,:J. Cox ... ... 1 W: Ain:luair, b Norman .... . ... 4 A. yers., b Norman ... 9 C. Wiison.c Isherwood, b Norman ... 11 Mills. b Tsharwood ... ... 22 Gil'ing. 6 W. Norman, b Norman ... 22 A. F. Yerso, not out . ... 15 'arbour; b Norman ... ... "siluc, b Mrman .... ... Allan h Norman ... ... 3 Stindhis ..: ... 8 95 Bowling.-R. Norman, for 32 ; J. Cox, I for )0 lIsherwoedi, I for 12. Kangaroo Ground-lit Inninp. Cex. h Wilson" ... ... 0 -Dillon, b Verso ... ... 3 'Isherwood,;c, b Wilson ... I .Simo, c,c, b Wilson . .. ... 6 Johnstone, run out... .. 4 R. Norman, not out ... ... 43 Butterworth, e, h Verso ... 6 Cassell, b 8inclair ... ... 6 JLcey. c, b Sinolair ... .0 Steveuson; b Gilding ... ... 3 D. Lacey, c, b Vers . ... 18 Sundries . ... . .. 3 92
Eltham v. Montmorency. Montmorency—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Eltham v. Montmorency: Montmorerncy-1st nnin!, Ellis, b.J., M?Coll .. . Park,? 6 Fiissimons ... 1 Collard,; e?., c'Jillett, b Fitzsimuon ... 12 Liceyeb Fitzsimons ... 13. James, b Morris .. .. 10 D~rvey, C Hill, b Fitzsimons .. 0 : ewell, c V.; MlColl ... 4 a- viet. b Morris .. ... 1 Summertou. l? Morris ... . Honeyman, run out ... 2 Broateb, nat ot . ... ... 5 Sundries ... ... 4 2nd Innings. Collard, sn., not out ... ... 10 Park, b V. M'Coll ... . ... :Dey,'b V. M'C?ll ... ... 4 James, not out ... .. Total for 2 wickets 17 Bonwlin.-L. Fitasimons, 4 for 30; R. Morris, 4 for 20; J. M'Coll. I for 4 ; V. M'Coll, 2 for 9 ; L. Jarrold, 0 for 8. Eltham'1st Innings. Fitzimone, ut. b Summerton . .74 Watson..b Bllis ... ... . V. W(Coli, b Ellis ... ... 0 . . irchall.e Davies, b Ellisi' ..:. .o ..Jarrold, e.Collgrd, sea, b Broatch? ... 2o fill. b Lac y .,. ..3 "E: M'Coll,b Liiy . . .. 4 '"3:.M*Ooll; a Davyvb-TiLceyr .. 0 0,. Nicholls, not out ... ... 48 .Gilltlast s, b~Summerton ... 0 B. Morr...
Kangaroo Cround. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Kangaroo Ground. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. A very successful tea meeting was held on Saturday, November 25, in the local hall. The evening being fine, about z5o adults and children sat down to tables presided over by ladies of the congregation, ably assisted by their visiting friends. A concert was held after, the tea, at which the Rev. S. J. Honiball presided. The following was the programme :-Miss Bell, overture, " Home Coming" ; )Mr Honiball, song, "Anchored"; Miss M'Donald, song, "Mother Machree ; encore, " Up in a Toy Balloon "; Mrs Stewart. song, " Homeland"; Mr Colin Bell, song, "Captain Mac"; encore, '" Breakfast in Bed on Sunday Morn ing"; Mrs Allen, song, "Down Here"'; an address by the ' chairman; Miss Bell, song, "Nymphs and Fawns"; encore " My Treasure "; address by 'Mr, R. H. Wilson, missionary to the aborigines on Mornington Island, which he made very interesting, he having been in charge of the station for the past four: years.; Mr Honiball, " Veterari. Song "; . Miss M'D...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
SOGANBERRIE --Orders booked for Loganberries; 5s per dozen lbs. M r. 0. cooln, Smith's Gully Road P.O. Mernda Football Club. d W ILL hold a GRAND BALL on V¥ FRIDAY, DECEMBER .'8, 1922, at Mechanics' Institute, Mernda. Presentation of Trophies won by Players during season Good Music Splendid Floor Refreshments TICKETS, 5/- ; Ladies Free J. 'VHITT EN, Treasurer W. SULumVs, Hon Sec r "CHISELHURST," WAITSON'S CREEK. The Residence of Chas. Cockroft, Esq. GARDEN FETE I [ O raise funds for the Sweets Stall in S connection with the forthcoming t Kangaroo Ground Memorial Park Bazaar, c will be held on SATURDAY, 9TH DECEMBER, 1922, commencing at 2.30 p.m. Attractive programme, including Tennis, Races for Children, Tug-of War, Christmas Tree, etc., Afternoon Tea, Sweets, 'Ice - Cream. Soft Drinks. Roll Up and Help the Cause, Admission-Adults, 6d; Children, 3d. r Protestant Federation. t; TmHE ANNUAL PICNIC to commem orate the Fifth Anniversary of the Arthur's Creek Branch of the Victorian Prot...
Cricket 80 Years Ago. (Our Eltham Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Cricket 80 Years Ago, (Our Eltham Correspondent.) I have been handed a cricket scoring book by Cr. Andrew. It contains records of matches played between the Biighton and Melbourne clubs as far back as 1842-five years after the foindation of Melbourne Cr. An drew's father- (the late Mrs B. An drew) was secretary of the club during that period, and it may be said that he was practically the pioneer of Vic torian cricket Among the players ranks the name of Dendy, who was the founder of Brighton, a street in that locality still bearing his name. :Mr Dendy acquired a vast stretch of land from the blacks. This land was the spot where Brighton now stands. His right to this land was cancelled by the British Government, and he was awarded compensation and allowed to retain portion of the land he had acquired I- believe this record is unique, and probably the book is the oldest in our State. As the cricketers mentioned are unknown to record, although at that time they formed the leading teams...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, DECEMBER 1. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
'r hlr t1re. -. AND Siauon artc aUegj gaoate -Published Erery Friday A fttr,,on HURSTBRIDGE, DECEMBER 1. Local and General. O page 4 will be found Thoughts by Mernda, Christmas appeals, and postal voting. A poundkeepler is required for. the Whittlesea shire. The Phosphate Co-operative Com pany-,. advertises for sale hardwood dump cases and hardwood droppers. The W'hittl'esea bachelors are hold ing a ball on Friday,. December 8,, the proceeds to go towards the school seivifig machine. C'O'W.W A. Santon thanks the rate payers of-the Greensborough riding for electing him . a member of the Heidclborg shire council:. .Tenders are called by the Whit -tlesea cohuncil .for road. and timber contracts, and also for Country Roads "Board fodination and.inetalling. ,''tiniii a cricket, iwitch at Pantbno Hill on Saturday last:against King. lake; ;,Mick O'Day collided with a club-rnate, and his internal injuries were such that he had to be attend ed byr doctor, and will not be able to work for a f...
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Diamond: Ceelk.. Cbnstable - Rose:. one: Saturday. llstt arnrested maw: named, illiam, (och rane. and charged '1iifl.3twit1 lunacy.., He was examinedib'? Dr. Cordner and:, brought befor M r.: HaroldEf' Alston. :J. ,, and committed:t6tdth c'avc-ffrths? Receiving Homrie, flayai"'Park.. The: unfor.tunate man has.been living: altte foa- some years on. his orchard at_ Tanck's:Corner,. We are pleased to state that Miss, Lily Burke, eldest daughter of Mr. P. Burke, our local baker gained a scholarship. She was a pupil of the local State school, of which the popu lar head master is Mr. Anson. ,The Eltham council invites appli cations for Monday's meet?ig for a .health inspector and lamxplig}hter. '"Under the Metropolitan Drain •ageh and Rivers Bill, the Melbourne :and Metropolitan Boar'd 'of Works will have put into theiir hands. the control of the whole of the .trea&ms in the metropolitan distriot. They are asking for poweri to borrow. ,,000,000, and before very long they will want...
M. M. B. W. Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Mr. W. IH Everard, M.L.A., speak i.ng on the second reading of the above bill, which is to increase. the borrowing powers of the board by? two million pounds, said :-I have no objection. to this bill. The Mel;hourne.at d M etro politan Board of Works "ae doing splendid work for the metropolis, and I should like to inform honorable members that they are buying up big tracts of country. in. the sylvan district. around Evelyn. They have brought pressure to bear on many holders of land to sell..' They.have frightened. several of the landholders into parting. with their property .at a cheaper rate than it would have realized in the ordi nary way. I suppose that is fair busi ness dealing. But what are the shire councils going to- do when they lose the rates they have derived from these properties? How will they be re couped for their losses?:. I maintain that. if the Meliourne and Metropo litan Board of Wor;;s can afford to pay big commissions and brokerages, they can afford to help the s...
Arthur's Creek. SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Arthur's Creek. (iiox oUR cORRSePONDENT.) SOCIAL. SAn enjoyable evening was spent i the Arthur's Creek hall on Friday, the:-V 17th inst., the final social being held in connection with the locol tennis and cricket clubs. Euchre tournaments, were arranged from time to time. There was also a prize for the lady or gentleman winning the most games during the tournament. The success ful lady proved to be Miss Giddens, of Strathewen, while Master Willie Murphy was the lucky gentlemari,and Mr H. Christian secured the speeial prize. Dancing was indulged in till the small hours, the music being ex. cellent (Mr Leo. Ryder, piano, and Mr T. Murphy (violin). The local sports; clubs. will benefit financially Mr Ryder as secretary, with as willing com nmittee, proved his ability: in making each: ,entertainment "a: success,. and much thanks is. also due to those ladies- who provixlede, refreahments. The fruit season is well on its way" with. the: prominse of a .prolific yield. Cherries are ripe an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Hurstbridge to Kinglake Motor Service. J. D. CHALMERS M OTOR WAGGON leaves Hurstbridge .I 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.m., and meets the 6 p.m train from Hurstbridge. SI-NLE PAES, 4s. PaCEas CaaRIED. Special 'carting doneby arrangement. Cores colds stops coughs, clears . the head and throat and makes breathing easy First dose brings r d"f' Ideal for adults and chil. dren. Ohtain locally or from Perrin, The Chemist l .-X BILLA .iý JI WATTLE BRAND Self Raising Flour. Manufactured by W. 1BODEY, HURSTBRIDGE. G IVE it a trial if you want best results Cheaper than elsewhere HURSTBRIDGE BAKERYTEA ROOMS always open. W. BODEY, Proprietor. Pianos PIANOS. AND ORGANS Tuned and SRepaired in any part of this district. DROP ME A LINE. LOCAL ADDRESS FA. V. O'NEILL, Upper Diamond Creek p.o java " Quality" Woven into your Next Suit. QUALITY counts more in regard l to tailored-to-m...
Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
Eltham. * (FRaoxOuR OORMRBsPONDINT.) M r. G. Birchall's son Leslie had the misfortune to sustain a fractured fore. .arm on Thursday, November 23. Be was riding a pony and was thrown off" It was thought. that the child hid obtained a sprained arm, but as the wound became more painful,. Mr. Birchall took him to Dr. Cordner, who promptly set the arm. The child is none the worse for his adventure. The local sports posters are to hand, and show an attractive programme, including three 'horse ,trots, three pedestrian events' a woodchop and several minor events. A :band will also be in attendance. The fencing improvements to .the park and arena will also provide a barrier to prevent the spectators from crowding the com batants. The prise moneyr offered is substantial, and should prove an in-' centive for increased entries. . Several local trotters are iiaeady in~ public favor, but I do" not; intenrd giving away information as to' the 'for of these candidates. A f~atutre of the meeting--one...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
The Whittlesea Tea Rooms StMRtS. H. RICHARDSON, Proprietress (Opposite Royal Mail Hotel WALNUT STREET.) LUNCHES Provided at 'all Times-Hot 'Pies, Fruit and Choice Confectio..ery, H TOBACCO .a~o CIGARETTES. -:0: Dining Room Open-Three-Coursea . Dinner. COOKED MEATS A SPECIALITY. HOT WATER PROVIDED. COOL DRINKS tk ICE CREAM. Now is the time to Consider what you will give for Christmas. s I ][AKE up your mind what you will rive in the way .V..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 suggest a few articles that make acceptable presents. 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, Shavi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 December 1922
THE Post Office Store. [lAS fill stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, Clothing,_ etc. We specialise in suits to measure. Satisfaction - guarianteed:. Large range of samples to choose mon * tria} order solicited. (LATE OF A.I.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. "Wattle Cafe," RltHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDGE. A 1. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. CR1 CKE T .3IA TIERIA L At your Service for Mutual Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 "- - n exo ain.]*T o.T-rr ' 't UPPLIED osmplete-BATE, BALLs, Leo GUnarD. STUMPS, GLOVES, MATTINOs, BAT REPAIRS a, specialty New Blades Nw Handles- BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. N ew H andlandle repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. SRIl(KET BALLS recovered equal to new. Beat value of all 8portinrg Good. guaranteeS A trial will Coqvince you 8.89-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT J tADE IN AUSTRALIA B? AUSTRALIANS 28 Years Experience. Phone 144, Northoote Facto...