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Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
-iChurch Servi?es. Church of EnIland Services-will be held aM follows: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 10. 2ndSuniiday in Advent. Huratbrid e, 11 a.m. Panton"Hil, 7 p mn. (Holy Communidn) P ant i" , "Rev. E. Selwyn Chase. Queenetown, 3.-30 p.m.. Mr Chase.. S~igwick3 .of St. James and ,St. Jobhn Mijsion. i.. '
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Methodigt .Ahuroh : Services oveiho fsty , Clrucb:Servicea wit1 be held a1follows : - - SUINDAYI,yDEC EMDER 10, 1922. :Diamotid Creek '1-a.m., Mr Collom ; 7.15, : Mr J r G :Thompson .Arthitr's -Creek, 3 p.imi- Mr"Collom Cottle'a Bridge, 3 p.m., Mr M-dWi gin Hursthridge, 7.15-p m.,'Mr Collom Tanek's Corner, 3 p.m., Mr 3. G; Thompson Panton Hill, 7.15 p.m., Mr McWiggin l Wattle -Glen: 7 15 p.m.. Mr Rose
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Hurstbridge v. Kangaroo Ground. Hurstbridge—1st Innings 95. Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Hurstbridge v. Kangaroo Groand. Harbthridre-It. Innings 95. Second Innings. A Verso. b Norman ... ... 0 Shanh,"n. not out .... .. 24 A .T. Verso; b 1'Norman ... . I W. 'inrlair, I w, b Cot ... 7 C. W ilson. h Dillon ..... i G* Gilding. bD Lacey ... - Sundries ... 10 lnnlngs closed 107 Bowling.-Norman. 2 for 40; Trim', 0 for Cox. I for 24 ; Dillon, 1 for 1I ; D. Lacey, 1 for 1-. Kangaroo Ground--lt Innings 92. S2nd Inningi. Norman. bot nor - ... 7 BInrterworth. h.Venro .. 0 Dillon. b Ver"n "** 2 Cassells, h Wilson ... -0 Trim. b V*r.o ..: ". S C'x. c. b Wilson ... *... O. Lacey. b Wilson ... ... D. Lacey, c. h Wilson ... 0 Stevenson. h Verso "... . 0 Jcbhnson, b Velso ... 0. Laurence, run out ... . .... 41 Bowling -A. Verso. 5 for 16; C. Wilson, 4 for 24 ; F. Milne, 0 for 1.
Yarra Clen Sanitary Depot. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Yarra Glen Sanitary Depot,: --At the Eltham Council meeting on Monday letters :rwee at'aa froin H. D. Evans, $. R.. White, -P.. F. Maud, A. H. Pearce, W'. J; E?ll, 7fF_ 'Brock, and A. Johnaton, objecting to a per manent sanitary depot being placed between .,the. properties of .\lessrs White and Evans, as it is too near -the land of milk suppliers, ' and is a men ace to the health of residents. Dr. Vogler wrote as follows :-A corn plaint bas been made.- to -me by Mrs iH. Evans.in regard to the Yarra Glen sanitary. depot'being permanently. where it is at present, and also complaining that tbe depot is a nuisance, i.e., offensive to and dan. gerons to the health of their household an-d to their dairy her.i and farm. The site for the sanitary depot was chosen by th ERitham onuncil before ' I was appointed medical :officer of health for the East riding, and I asderstsed the site was strongly objected to by. ratepayers- residing near the depot, and an appeal was made by them to the Centra...
Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Eltham. (FROM 0oR OU ORRESPNDNT.) Eltham cricketers. who scored 15) on the previous Saturday. jJurneyed to Mlontmor eney and easily disposed of the local-team, who had scored 56 in the frst innings. Mont inorency made 60 in their secornd innings, of which Collard sen. scored 21 not out. Jar rmd and V. IcC(oll took the wickets for litbam, and they won by an innings and 34 runns. -- 1Cltham District Cricket Association.- The positinm of clubs: is as folhows :-E1. tham 5 points, Diamond Creek 5, Greens borough and Montmorency 0. Eltham. will meet Diamond Creek to- .orrew, and will thus decide who shall top the list. Out standing performancud to date are-- 'as tray (D .. ) 80 not out, Fitzsimous (i. 'ham) 65, Oakleigh (Gre ns,orough) 67 not out, Johnston (Greeusnorough) 67 not nut, A. Rleeves (D.C ) 59 not out, Nidh6lls'(Elthadn) 48 pot out, Franklin (Greenshorough) 45. WVatsaa (Eith.m) 41. A picked. team from the assocition will meet. the Noith ridiung shire of lltham eleven at 1lurstb...
Wallan Soldiers' Memorial. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Wallan Soldiers' Memorial. (?a'R"M OUR OORRLESPONDENT) The Wallan Soldiecr Memorial, which has been erected on toe. Sydney road- opposite the Wallan, public Hall was unveiled on Saturday afternoon by Brigadier-General Elliott; There wias an attendance of about .3J0 people. The menorial takes" the form lof a grey granite monolith, and contains the names of 53 soldiers of the Wallan riding of the shire of Broadmeadows. The inscrip tion on the front face of the stone reads s - "For God, King and Country. Erected by the residents in honur- of the men of the Wallan riding who served.in thb Great War .191419190. Lest we forget." On the north-side of ther monument the wards "In &letn riau." Then follow the names of J. Bourke, G Clarke, W. Har giave. H. Lewis, E. hIMrley, W.- ,luuro, A. Quirk, tR. Randall, F. Rowe, L..:mith, W. Sockdale au " W. Stute, all of whom made the supreme sacrifice. The memorial' is erected near the centre of the Avenue of Honor, which was planted in memory ...
Panton Hill v. Kinglake. Panton Hill—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Panton Hill v. Kinglake. Panton i111--lst Innings. W. Howard, b Morris ... ... 0 ?otschali, h, h Morris ... 4 H. Howard, b Morris .. ... 0 H. Cracknell, c. b Murphy ... to Plunkett, b Laver ... .. 8 bmith. h Morris ... 6 S. Cracknell, b Morris .. .. 9 J Howard, b Murphy .. 1 O'Day, b Murphy ... ... 0 Power, b Morris ... ... O L. Howard, not out .. ... Byes ... ... 1s 75 Bowling.-Morris, 6 for 24 ; J. Murphy, 3 fdr 26 ; Later. I for IS. 2nd Innings. R. Cracknell, c. b Murphy ... 5 Motsehall, b Murphy ... 3 1. Howard, h Murphy ... . 14 Plunkett, b Murphy ... 4 W. Howard, b Morris ... ... 0 H. Howard. c Laver, b Murphy ... 6 S. Crneknell, b lorris ... ... 9 t'mith. b Morris ... ... 19 Power, b Morris -... ..l 0 J Howard, b Murphy ... 2 O'Day, not out ... ... Sundries ... ... 90 83 Bowling -Morris, 4 for 22; Murphy, 6 fur 37. ,Kinglake-lst Innings. Morris, b Motsehall .. ... 3 Murphy, c H. Howard, b Cracknell 60 M'1ahon, b L. Howard ... ... 20 Lawrey, c Power, h L. Howard ... 4 Thomson,...
Fire at Panton Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
" Fire at Panton Hill. Mr C. H. Ford had a serious misfortune on Saturday afternoon last, when his house and contents were burned to the ground, nothiog being saved. The fire occurred about 2.30, having been started by a son of Mr Ford's brother (a little chap of three), who had struck a match for the first time, while his father was attending to some thing a little distance from the house. Mr C. H. Ford was in Hurstbridge at the time attending a meeting of the Diamond Valley Fruitgrowers' Assoointion, of which he is secretary.' A neighbor hurried from Panton Hill and informed him of the fire. Mrs Ford was in the city giving her weekly lessons in painting. The house was insured for £300 by the Repatriation Department, but unfortu nately Mr Ford had no insuraneo un his furniture and effects, and in addition to all those and his wife's treasures, he lost about £40 in notes and cheques belonging to the Oddfellows' lodge, which had just been paid to him as Secretary. The neighbors were ...
Queenstown v. Christmas Hills. Queenstown—1st Innings 235. Christmas Hills—1st Innings [?]6. Second Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Qucenstown v. Christmas Hills. Queenstown-- st Innings 265. Christmas Hills-lat Inningl 16. Second Innings. Savill, b Healey ... .. 17 Irwin, b Ellis ... 7 Jackson, hit wicket -... ... 42 still, c W. Spicer, b Kealy ... 14 Darle. c Marriott, b KEaly ... 12 Love. b Kealy .. ... 2 Lewis, c E. Spicer, b Kealy ... 20 Young, b Kealey ... ... 0 Osborn, not out ... . 1 Ashmore,;b Kealey ... 0 Morrish. absent ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... 6 SISl Bowllng.-Kealy. 6 for 9; Healey. I for 11; Ellis. 1 for 25 ; W. Spicer, I for 26 ; R. Spicer, 0 for 21 ; t'Brien. 0 for 23. Queenstown won by an innings and 48 runs.
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COMPETITION. Doreen v. Whittlesea. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
TPHIT ILIbIBA SHIRE CROMPBTITION. Doreen v. Whittlesea. -This match was played .at Doreen on Saturday. Dtcember 3. and won by the home team by 32 runs. ,Doreen. Ev. Bassett, b M'Namie ... ... 17 Allan, h Nunan ... .. 6 M. Bassett, c. b Jobling ... ... 25 Nelson, r, b Jobnling ... 12 Smith, b Rowlands ... ... 0. L. W. Clarke. not out ... IS Christian. b Rowlandi ... ... o Ersk. Hassett, b.M'Namie ... 3 L. M. Clarke, h MNarmie - ... 0 Cornell, c h Rowlands ... 0 Collins, b Rowland ... ... 0 92 Bowline.-M?'Namie, S for 32 ; Nunan, I for 11 ; Jobling, 2 for S3 ; Rowlands, 4 for 8. Whittlesea. Crawford, c, h Nelson ... ... 3 Nunan, c, b Clarke... ... a Buwlands, b Olarke . .. ... 14 ]uffy. c, b Smith ... 17 Jhling. I h w; b Nelson ... ... 2 Moor,. h Smith ... ... 1 Johnson. h Smith ... ... Is M'Namie. b Smith... - .... o Benu..tt h Nelsnu / ... ... 3 Downie, h Smith ... ... Gibson. not out ... ... o Byes 1... ... 4 60 Bowling -L. -AI. Clarke, i for 32; F. Nelson, 3 for 24; : ? Smith; 5 f...
Mernda v South Morang. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Mernda v Soouth Maltng. Played at South Merang, last. saturday, and the home team won by 39 runs on th. -'t innings.- . . Soutl Marane-Ist Inninge Cameron, b E. Garsid .. .. O A. Le Page, c Kn?si. b' Welsh ... ] Purvis, c Murphy, b Welsh . ... 17 ?.i Walsh, b Garsie ... ] C. Ferguson, cBIassett, b Walsh ... 8 .Jily, b Garside . .. .. *lunur, b Murphy .... . A. Fervtno, b Welsh ... " P. Ie Pae, not out ..... 16 . I e P.-s. b C. Welsh.b Welsh. 5 Dix, ti Wc.h . ... 2 Sundriss .. ... 9 de tr 85 a7-. O e . S st; 8. Welub, 5 Lorui U. r juyi, 1 fur 12, '2od IaliiuingY. P. I.e Pa f r. h C. Welsh ... ... 4 - Le Pfar. c Murphy, I). Giddous. 26 Purvis, ?lut out ... ... 46 - Bys .. . ... 3 2 wkts for 78 Bowling.-C. Morunhy. 0 for 33 : C. Welsh. I for 8 ; . Welsh, 0 for 16; Sulli ian, 0 for 8; R. Garslde.0 for 5; Giddens, 1 for 7. Mernda-lat Innings. 8 Garside, b Walsh .... ... 3 T. Bassett. e P Le Page ... 23 Sullivan, b Parris ... ... 2 Murphy, b Walsh ... ... 2 (._Welsh. c Cameron ... .. 0 S....
ELTHAM DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Greensborough v. Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
ELTEAM DI'TRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Greensborough v. Diamond Creek. Played at Greenabornuhb. Diamond Creek won by 57 runs on ihe first innings. Diamond Creek- Ist Innings. Beeves, not out .... . 69 Cook, ran out ... ... 16 Westmorland, b Quirk ... ... 80 Ives, b Collard ... ... 24 Go?stray (capt.). b Collard ... 0 Magge. a Mitchell. b Johnson'. ... 0 Scoggins, b Collard .... ... O Cowin, a Baxter. b Johnson 2 Wadeson, b Collard ... ... 0 B. Edmonds, b Collard . J. Ednmonds. c Collard, b Johnson ... 1 Sundries ... ... 9 142 Bowling.-Oakley, 0 for 16 ; Collard. 4 for 29 ; Johnsen, 4 for 46 ; Purcell, 0 for 6 Franklin, 0 for 25 ; Quirk, 1 for 12. Greensborough-lst Innings. Franklin, b Gosstray .. ... 1 Johnson, c Magga. b Goastray ... " Baxter, c Scoggins, b Wadeson .. 15 Jessop, b Wadeson ... ... 1 Oakley, c Maggs ... .. 17 Mitchell, h Gosstray .. 4 Quirk. b Gosstray ... ... 16 Purcell, c Wadeson, b Westmorland 5 Wearer, not out ... ... I Collard ... ... 0 8tiok ... .. .. ... O Sundr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
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THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, DECEMBER 8. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
TEE fthatam U&d. "h.ittlesea pres Advertiser AND girttaou wrecrk Walety tdvoc te Publishel d £vqrp Friday .4Afternoon BURSTBRIDGE, DECEMBER 8.. 'Local, and eneral. Oricket reports appear on page 4. An account of Mr--Leater's address to the orchardists at Hurstbridge and a Whittlesea wedding report will ap pear next issue. A euchre party and dance will be held .by the Panton Hill cricket club on'December&2:( :. - Messrs Geo.' Page -aud Son, the well-known' .timber.merchants of Al. phington, have a notice on page' 1 Mrs A. J:'iMcDonald tenders thanks to those wli contribnted to her bene fit enitertainmient. Before a good audicnce-at e Queens tow'n. on' Saturday-" last, Or. Hewitt unveiled a machine gun -on behalf_ of .the Retnurned?Soldiers' League. i The barriii syste?? has been intro duced on the Elthanm-Hurstbridge railway platforms, to the convenience of the staff and the chagrin of many local people. SMr E. -r Smithers, ?JP., of El tham;, h'ais -been appointed by ...
Whittlesea. PRESYYTERIAN CHURCH CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Whittlesea. PReSTYTERIAN OHUR? H COWOgRT. " One of the best" was the unani mous opinion of the- audience. who filled the public hall, Whittlesea, on Saturday Dedemnier 3, to bear Mr Arthur-Douglas and his talented com pany in Scottish song and story, while the finished elocution of,\liss Winnie Moverly, ..in pathos and'humor, so de -lighted her ..hearers that she had to respond again- and again.. Miss Ella Riddell, a charming-Scottish contralto, took the heart df the audience in her first. song, :and ,generously: responded to many encores- .. MiRs. -Louie Hil burn, who studied. undeir Madame -Melba and h"s made a name foi-lher self in opera and oratoria,- possesses a cultured mezzo soprano voice, and her rendering of "'Oaller: Herrin''' and " Salaam " -proved a musical : treat. Miss Olive Dawson, the only local artist on the programme, rendered "Love's Merchant' in such a way as to receive_ a hearty :recall, and re spopded with "The Voice of Spring.' Miss Ruth E., Smith, of "Rosehil...
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Diamond Creek. -- - (PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). The official opening of the Diamond Creek tennis club took place last Saturday, when, in the presence of a large gatherinir, which included visitors from Melbournr,-Wattle Glen and Hurstbridge, the president.(Dr. E. R. Cordner), in the absence of Councillor W. A. Santori, in a neat little speech;de clared the ciorts open. Afternoon tea was served by the ladies and was appreciated by all present. Much credit is due to Mr. Whittaker. our popular -.M., who, through unliring efforts and sbpervision, was instru mental in having the court, in such splendid order; It is hoped to arrange matche' with surrounding clubs early in the new year. - - The .cretonne ball in aid of the-tennis club, held in the Mechanics' Lnetitute last Saturday evening, drew a large attendance. Pretty frocks were the order of the evening, and from the spectator's point of view, every dress was equal to a prize.- For gents. a prize was offered for the best original costum...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Alf. Johnson ] (LATE A.I;FP.)- - ORDERS T3EGO to announce that he has LARGE STOCK 1. taken over the Post Offiea Store . .o1 CALLED FOR at Arihur's. Creek, ~pdi hopes by strict OF GROCERIBES, a attentioh to- Business to merit a fair fr AND share of patronage. BRAN AND rt A TRIAL SOLICITED. DFLIVERED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. POLLARD. Post Office Store, ARTHUR'S CREEK. Now is the time to Consider what you will give for Christmas. E Sr t f AKRE up your mind what you will give in the way S .LyLof present,.. Look round and see what values are -offering, and:bur where you get-the best merchandise for S the least comparative coat, and we are confident that you will ultimately shop. at Ladner's-where you will find -better .valne, newer -goods and courteous service. We We invite sugest a few ariecles that make acceptable presents.. For Ladies' Wristlet Watches;,-Armlets,- Strings" of Pearls, Your Inseetion Brush and Mirror:Sets in Silver and E:P. Ware, Etc. For Men's Sleeve Links, Signet of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
THE Post Office Store. HAS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, Clothing, etc. We Sspecisalia in suit to measure.? -Satisfaction: :; guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose from. A trial order solicited. Q. W@ OLLAa3 (L4Tn OF A.Ll.) HURSTBRIDGE. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDG E. A .. AMILIR. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. CR1 CKE T .,1 A TEI RI A L At your Service for Mutual Prflt and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor: Phone 10876 1 UPPLIED e*mplee--}Ls, BAx.LL, Les GOOARDs. STOPrs, GLovas, Mrrnzwos, BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades Nw ndl EBLADES REPAIRED, SPI.CED and BOUND. New Hadles Handles repaired, refitd and rstrung. 4RIlOlT BALLI reeevered equal to new. Beet value of all 8portirg Goods' guaranteed. A irlal will Ceqvince you 889-391 .Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT S-MADE IN AUSTRALIA BY AUsTRALIANS 28 Years Experience. Phone 144, Northcote Factory, Northoote. City...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
Notice. T HE Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C.- H?. [ Ford are requested to meet iit the Public Hall, Panton .Hill, on SATUR DAY, December 9, iat 8:30 p.ri:. E. SELWYN-: HAE, A. .-SUBLET. PANTON HILL .1RANCH R.&S.I.L.A. will holdc G--? RAND - CONCERT and. BALL in the.. " Panton -Hill -Hall Da F IDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1922 Commencing at 8 p.m. Proceeds in.aid oftheir Comrade, Mr C. H. Ford. . Good Coiioert Programme. First-class Dance -Musio. IR?fresbmenta. Popular Prices-Concert, ls 06?; Dance 2s Od B. Y. HALL, President Panton Hill Brahoh R.S.S.I.L. The Girls' Club WTILL hold .a GRAND.BALLin the .-- Hurstbridge Hall on MONDAY, JANUARY I, 1923. Proceeds in aid 'of Memorial Park. Luckmnan's Band. Double Tiakets;, 5s ;: sigle: 3s_ 6A; eitra lady, Is Gd. EDITH-E. MILLS ' bHn ; Sec: Indi Electorate.- THE COUNTRY PAr?.r MR - OO 0 TILL SPEAK at the HURSTBR?ID(E SVY HAL~5 on MON-DkA- ' NIGHT, at '8 p.m. .Rll up and hear why- you should. sup. port the Country Party. Authorised by H. Hewitt. Ka...
Eltham Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 8 December 1922
- Eltham Shire - Council:. SMONTHILY MEETING. The councillors met at the shife hall,. Kangaroo Ground, on Mdnday.. Pre seit :--Crs Bradbury (p iesident), Hliub bard,. Smedley, : Bath, .Andrew, Shal " lard,. Whbte, Hewitt, Campbell. Public -Health: Department, asking: that the shire inspectors give special. attention to the enforcement.of the re gulations deakhng.with barbers' shops. - Same, forwarding copy. of proposed regulations for securing the cleanliness of foods.,__ : Department of Public -Works, for: .warding copy of. proposed= reguilationrs 'for storage of petrleumn, and asking if 6t-i? council desires.that'they should be made to apply do the shire. - A Curwen--Walker, asking council to agree to the sale. of a road at Dixon's Cre-k.-.On 'thie motion." of Crs Bath and H-ubbard, ltt was decided to have a deputation on the grourid of all those interested. - ' '.ational Roads Association, sug gesting -that whei the monument at Memorial Park- is tbeing unveiled arrangetments.be m...