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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

Giv.s colds short notice to quit. ?e ties irritating coughs. Frees hed . and hroat and makes t rc,'hing easy. Safest cure. Ohtnin lneallrv ,r fr"m Perrin, Thy ('h mnint T1 TT Y WATTLE BRANDI Self Raising Flour, -danufactuerl edb3y ' W. B1ODE,. HUUSTBIUIDGI . GIVE it a trial'if you want best results Cheaper t han elsawhere HURSTBRIDGE BAK:\ERY TEA ROOM!.' alwa3's1 open. SW. 'BoDEY; Pro x etor: W ANT'1)--~A IBoy fir the. Newrsp~lrci W Businscs.e. Aply ADVTISFR' ibtfce, I · VMW.U.,LO.O.F. Loyal Caledonia Lodge, No. 5716, Hurstbridge. Phe Largest and Ilichest 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. ,; ,, at 13s 41 ,, , 2nd 26 weeks. And 10s per week for continuous sickness after 12 months until recovery; six Miouths after joining. Futieral Pay. £20, and £10 for wife I mouth after initiation. This is the only Society in the World whicl pays los per week after 12 months' sickness un...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, DECEMBER 15. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

THE Qithatiti inn! hiLittlesa ihtirs ! -': AND ýf antted 'red;"` l ley dA votltte Published, Every Friday A4ftern, on S-. HURSTBRIDGE, DECEMBER 15. .Local:and General. On page 4 will be found reports of a garden. fete, a wedding, picnic at H.urstbridgeitand Kinglake concert. -An impounding notice is inserted. Stooks;iof hay are advertised for.. The Yan Ycan picuic is advertis ed for Ne" Year's Day. .N?mitnaions close on Monday for the Dicgela ;Boxing Day sports at "' The A4ivertiser'' willNorT be pub lished on December-: 9-Christmas week: A .sale of.::rown lainds in Kings town (Panton Hill) will be held at .Messrs -Baillieu Allard's rooms, Mel bourne, on Tuesday next at 2 p.m: Mr W. S. Henderson has com menced as weekly motor carrying ser-. vice -between Melbourne and Panton Hill via Diamond Creek, and adver tises prices--.. Mr. H.: Johnston, of -Whittlesea, Swas the most successful of.dairy and !:Ayrshire cattle 'at the receit Dan "denong show, securing prizes as under:-F-lirst .fo...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

Wedding. -----t ---- GRIFFIN- RAFF. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Whittlesea, was the scene of a very   pretty wedding on November 2, the contracting parties being Jessie, second daughter of the Rev. and Mrs   James Raff. The Manse, Whittlesea, and Mr Albert Joseph, younger son of the late AIbert G. Griffin. of Barna- wartha, and. Mrs Griffin, Albion street, South Yarra. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a gown of charmeuse satin, with overdress of georgette filling in cascades, and trimmed with pearls. The wedding veil was held in place by a dainty tiara of orange blossom and pearls, and she carried a sheaf of arum lillies and Lily of the Valley. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Grace Raff, who wore a dainty frock of white voile and black   tulle picture hat, and carried a bou quet of pink carnations and asparagus fern. Little Marjorie Mitchell, who was daintily dressed in pink georgette, carried a s...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

The Storm, On ~ aturdlIy afternoon the storm' was felt throughout the district. At.Kiuglake the sheet of rain looked as if a mist had come over the place; and at Panton Hill it had the effect of glass; --At Hurstbrilge a-torrent of water swept alon, the street, taking quantities of earth and leaving numerous gutters. - Needless to say all the roads have suffered. At Glencoe, Whittlesea, Mr C. :W. Andrew and his son had anl -unpleasant experience. When-. the' storm a rose: Mr. Andrew was in Iihisbarn. ettiing brass ready for ihe.conmii district exhihit iu Melbhourne, ant ,., I ss ,th un a minute everythung il. SQ yards cmverbhis;he4d,4leaiiug hitm ,p. 4e bf i.ors One , .of his t'i ys" *as rolirig with' a pait' of; -horse hbaf-a- mile away, and sgeine the storm` coming, he went to the iores' heads. The: .a clap , of thunder caiused the horses to bolt with: the roller: They jumped a six-wire feuce 'in front of. them (with a abarb wire on top). Wheun the boy reached; them: he-fuuud' the...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

To A vertisers and: ' Subscribers. S\TQTICE , -bereby :given-. that the s Ader iaetr.i, will :NOTP:BE': PUBLISHEUD Ad;iring CHRISTMAS fWEEK (December. 29.::) - S: Adveretiers' Plesa&Note. ' PANTON HILL BRANCH R.S.S.I.L.A. - will hold a - CON C ERT and BALL - 'in the Panton' Hill Hall On FRIDAY, EDECiEMER 22, 1922. Communci'ng at.8 p.m:. Proceeds in aid of their Comrade, Mr C. H. Good Conceit Programme. First-class Dance Music.' Refreshments. Popular Piices-Concert, is 6d; Dance 2s.6d B . Y. HALL,.".' Presidents Panton Hill 'Branch R.S.S.I.L. The CGils- Club W ILL hold a GRAND)BALL in the Hurstb idge Hall .n MONDAY, JANUARY r-1923: Prioceeds in 5ai'1 of Memorial Par.ik " -r-?4:Mikmau's Bandy. ` Double Tickets, 5s; siglel 3s 6J; extra S- iil , is 6d, ..... -EDITH E. MIL LS, Ion. Sec. .Panton. Hill. Cricket Club A EUCHRE PARTY & DANCE will be held. in the .Panto?:Hill -Hall on DEJEMBER 23. Good Music. .Admission ::Gentit's.: 2s`'; - idies is.. J. PLUNKETT, Hon.'Sec. P.H...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Eltham. DEATH OF-EX-CR. MORRIS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

Eltham. DEATH OF-EX-CR. MORRIS. :; (FROM. OUR CORRESPONDENT.)' The- death of ex-Councillor William :Morris occurred at his residence on Frid ty last, December 8. The end was sudden, although he had been ailintr intermittently fotr someyears past. .;The intense heat of Friday, however, was ,undoi rtedly the c.uise. of hasteiinug the end. IHorn at Eltham in .1848. the- late geni.lenuati was probably one of the oldest Australiau natives, At that time, of course, Eithi .i was entirely dif ferent to what it is toiday, and no doubt Mr. Morris -hd his shire 'of the hardships. thenRsuffcredbv thie early Hettlers. He.was. [ uudrsta?nd, a scholar at. the: Eltham school, and he has outlived -many of his schonlfellows. He wivs a shire conucillor for an uninterruptedi period of 24 years, and. thrice shire president, and during his office materially assisteI in the then future dave lopmaant of Eltham. Mr Morris carried on., hbsiness for many years at the Evelyn Hotel, and axlso the Elthani butche...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Whittlesea Shire Council, MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

Whittlesea Shire :'Council, MONTirLY MEETING. The councillors met at Mernda on Wednesday Present : Crs. B. McCor mack" (president), -Downie, Thomas, =Murphy, Butler, Morgan, Cornfoot and Mitchell. An -apology was- received from Cr Browne. -CORRESPONDENCE. Froni Public Health Department, with reference to inspection of barbers and hairdressers' shops.-Referred to officers. . : Closer 'Settledfient Board, stating that. applicants desiring to take ,up farms in Kinglake and other. districts should possess at least "2oo in cash ,or in stock or plant. Advances will be made by the hoard for clearing and improvement of the'land - Country Roads Board, regardifig the construction of a .culvert on the road near the Commercial hotel, the b6ard has approved of the work being under taken, and desire to know if it will re move the cause of complaint.-On.the motion of Cr Thomas,-the work is to be done. .Mr. Angliss,' M. L.C, stating: that he will see that interested parties are re presented in cont...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

IX o T OR 0 AR i?2. ? BG . . " ?Henderson W TISES so notify the Putic th- lbe hs aennr m .... ,I a \VEEKLY?: SERVICE from MELBOURNE t PANTON HILL via D wmond Cree.k, evely Monday. Loads up to Two 'Tone-30:. per to6i. Correrpoe.dence Proplitly Attended to Picnic Paeti-.?. Tains Met. Alf. Johnson, (LATE A.I.F.) ORDERS " EGA to announce. that he has LARGE STOCK taken over the Post Office Store CALLED FOR at Aithur's Creek, and hopes by strict' OF GROCERIES, attention to . Business to merit a fair AND share of patronage. BRAN AND A" TRIAL SOLICITED. DFLIVERED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED POLLARD. Post Office Store, ARTHUR'S CREEK: ET7T thank you for your splendild • Christmans patronage'- We have enjoyed with you the thankful spirit and rejoicing- that has been apparent .in H dpp/ all.. We also.thank you for the liberal support accorded to us during the past year, and assure you that everything N possible will be done to maintain the cordial relations, that have existed be. tween us. and We...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

THE ;ost Office Store. JAS full- stocks of Grocery; Ironmongery, Crockery, Drapery, Clothing, etc. We s: pecialise ?=-i !.suits to. measure.. -Satisfaction guaranteed. Large range of samples to choose -from. .A trial order solicited. -.. ARS (LATE OF A.I.F.) HURSTBRIDGE. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HU RSTBRI D G E. A B. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodationh for Boarders. CRICKET .1A T'4RI [L_ At your Service for Mutnal! Pr:filt and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 sUPPLIED complete-BATS, BALLS, LEO GUARDS. ,STUtSPS, GLOVES, ?iATTINGS, • BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades dBLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. ew H andles . Hnndlt.n repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. CRIRi#ET B&LU8 recovered equal to new. Best va'ue of all Sportirg Coods guaranteed.: A trial will ,olovince you 889-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT 1 MADI IN AUSTRALIA BY AUSTRALIANS 28 Y.-ars Experience. Phone 144, Northcote Facto...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Meeting of Fruitgrowers. ADDRESS AT HURSTBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

Meeting of Fruitgrowers. ADDRESS AT HURSTBRIDGE. A meeting or orchardists was con vened by the Diamond Valley Fruit growers Association at Hurstbridge o-i 'Saturday, December 2, .when there was a fair attendance. _Mr B. Y. Hall (chairman of' the company) said the directors regret ted this call upon the fruitgrowers' 'time, but the board considered the m?eeting advisable in view of:the con flicting rumors current in the dis trict, and, to -acquaint the growers officially with the fact that Dennys Lascelles Ltd. occEpied the position in relation to. -the shed previously held by the Fruit aid .Produce Ex: •c.iange Ltd. The chairman review ed last season's pack; and pointed out that the association had-never sanc tioned the pooling of-the fruit. They were all anxious to do better busi ness this. season, and to eliminate any -of the minor mistakes made in the handling- of the previous pack. It I was 'pr6posed to increase 'the floor -space by half as much again, and ' that would go- far t...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Eltham v. Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

Eltham v. Diamond Creek. SPlayed at Eltham on -aturlay last ...The Eltham team wore black .arm-bands in mem'ry of ex-Couucillor Morris, who died on the previous day. Diamond Creek--Ist Innings. Reeves, c E.' M'Coll, b Fitz?imous .-.. Cuok, C Jarrold, b V. M1'Coll ... 16 A. Gosstray, h Pitzsimoiis... .. 23 Wlestmorland, b Fitzsimons ... . 4 Magg, hb FitzimIus .... 0- . Ives, c Fitz-imons, b Jarrold 20 W. Gosstray, c Gillett. b J. M :oll .. La'urie, c E. M'C'oll. b Jarrold 2 WaJeson, b Fi zsimons .... .. 0 Edm.n.ds, c Watson, b Fitzsimous 6 Scroggins, not out ... .... 2 Sundries .... ... "11 Bowling.-Fitasimons, 6 for 25;- J. M'Cll, 1 for 25, V. M11'oll I for 15, Jarrold 2 for 15. Eltham-l st Innings. Birchall, c Cook. h A. Gosstray ... \ratson, bI A. Gostray ... 10 V. M'Coll. not out ... ... 7 Nicholls, I b w, b W. Gosstray ... 2 L. Jarrold, not out ... ...18 Sundries ... .... 3 3 wickets for 41 Bowling --A. Gosstray, 2 for 14; W. Gosstray, I for 21'; Westmorlaud, 0 for 3 The match w...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr Cook at Hurstbridge. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

Mr Cook at Hurstbridge. ,,@, About two dozen people attended the Hurstbridge hail on Monday even ing, when Mr David Andrew and Mr Cook (vl H.R. for Indi) gave ad dresses. Mr J. Parkes was voted to the, chair. .Mr David-Andrew, one-of the Coun try Palty ca~ldidates..for,. ,the Senate, said hiiehad just conmefrom the Malee, where the :people resented the elections bei"?'iheld ait harvest- time, and state :th'atMr: Hughes fixed that time so as to-prevent ,voting, but they were deter mined to record''-iheir votes. The speaker gave a brief description of the fourteeh points of the Cduntry party p!atform,' the slogan of which is : "Pro duction,, scientific marketing, and a fair deal..' The national spirit of Als tralia should iaot be .under the control of one man. There.'should be govern ment of the people .by the people- for the people. :The present Government had increased expenditure instead of reducing it, while Greatt Britain, Can ada and New Zealand had. decreased theirs. The Govern...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. ABOUT HURSTBRIDGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 15 December 1922

Correspondence ABOUT HUiiarBRI D : : TO THB EDITOIR OF THIS ADVERTISBR.I .Sir,-.ust a few lines in reply to "Cberry Tree" and also a letter some weeks ago by ."Progress." It is a very easy matte tbo write about Hurstbridgh and mention things .which ehoald. be done, especially over anom de-plume-. Will the writers come toi9f-e' front, make suggestions, and help to carry. them out t We had a progres isociety here till about two years ago. Mr Hurst Gray bie ing the last secretary, and [ was secretary" for some time previous to him ; The last few years there were only from eight to twelve members, so the numbers show how much interest was taken in the society, an I the few that attended the meetinig thoutiht: they had better have a sleep also. I think Mr Hurst Gray is out of the district. but if "Progress" or "Cherry Tree" wouldi like any further pslrticulars 'abhut the old'pro ress society I will bepleased to give them all the information I can.-Yours, &, J. PARK b IS,-Hurstbri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JUVENILE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

JUVRNILE BALL.. The annual juvenile ball given. to the schulird ui thei Elthainu State school was held ott Thnurada; December 14. '"Thep pi. pile are. I understand, prepared for thia event by Misses Sweeney arnd -. Du!fi. :ld, and certainly. on, this nccasion were indeed creditable scholars.- Miss -Srweeney ws..i.C. and the music. was supplied' by Misse? J. ')udfield and Goimrnan The postunes- were manu. and varied,- and even included Bri tamquja. in all. her masjestyv and a Father CObrisimns in mitniature. The tiny tols gave the audience ast .entertainment by their antica lu the nuriery game P,'p. goes the Weasel. One also i oticel a wily Celesatial amongst the group, a iuntclsm n re?plendsa?t: in his red c'oat, and a little mald of Holland: The costuulea were indeed a credit to the painstaking parents, who were only too eager to give the childrea"their nilht out." After the jureuile dispilay the fl:or was 'giren over -to the "grown up children," Missa Goldnman'suplplying the music...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELTHAM DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Eltham v Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

ELIFIA.1 DISTRICT CRICKET ABSOUIATION. Elitham v Diamond Creak. Elth?m c utinded their match against Diamond Creek "on Satirday and won by 9 rutns. Details : Diamond Creek-let Innings 21. 2nd lnuings. .A. Reeves, b J. :i'Coll ... .. 47 'A. Gosstray, c -imsin; b V. M Coll Maggs, c and b V. M. Ccll 6 .Cook, lb w, bV. M'Coll ... 4 Westmorland, c Firzimonos b V. .'iColl. o Ives, c and b Fitzsimonr ... 4 W. Go stsray,'c Jellett, i V M'Coll ' :... 1 Wadeson. b Fiizsimois .. .Lawrey..h V.'Coll ... 14 Ecrmuuds,.c E. 3':e I oil, b Jarrold .0 Scroggins, not out ,' ' 7 Sundries .. 99 Bowling.-V. M'Coll, 6 for 58 i Fitz. simonq, 2 for 14; Jarrold,. 1 for 9 ; J, M'Coll, I for 4. Eltrham--st Innings. Birchail, c Cook, b.Gosstray ,. ! Watson, b Gosstray . .. 10 V;.-'Coll, b Gosstray ..., 23 Nicholls, 1 b w, b W. Gosstray 2 Jarrold, I b w, b A. Gosstray ... 31 -E. M'Coll, b.A. Gosstray 7. . 7 Fitzsimons, a, b Westmorland :..17 D M'Coll; b A. Gosatray... . - -Gillett, bA. Gosstray .. J. M'Coll, b We...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COMPETITION. Doreen v. Scrubby Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

WHITfTLESEA- SHIRE. CO PETITION. fDoreen v. Scrubby Oreek. This match was played ýat Doreen on S.turrday 16th inst.; and :resulted in. a wiun for Doreen: Doreen--1st Innings L, W. Clarke., c. hParker ... 29 P. Nelsoi, run. out ... .. . 5 E .',3assett, c, b Bolton ... 2u Declared closed; 2 wicaetetfdor 104 - Scrubby Creek let Inning. D . eattie, c, b N'lsion . Harper; c, b Nelson ",' 1 L. Dawson, b Nelsoni .. .: . 2 K Dawson, b Nlson .. O Qlsen, riodbt ant 6 liolton, b Nelson . '.. " Draper. b Nelson .' .. 0 T. Dawson, 'L 'Clarke I W. Parker, b. L larke . .. ', .. 0 -A Parker ?, b' larke . .. 0 W Beaty, b:Nelson 0 : .- i 17 Rowlin .M S.mith loDr 0 P Nelson 7 for 4 L..Clarke, 3' or0i 2nd Ionnin: ` :', ;".gs Foiur wickits down for :41

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MORANG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

MORANG MARKET7. Adamsoni Strettle Raid& Co ;,Etv, Ltd. re: priort holdiug their usual forri"iht'l s?le' at .?oraog -on 'Monday last before a goo'i, a endance- of buyeri, 'inclu'ing Melbburne ..nd, dountry, buft cometition -tihrughlioilt 'Tas very mild except for any chdoce'milkj. rrs or spriugers, whiclf ;were in reqiest at slightly better ,valaus. Younuz, .aore and beef cattle were about the saine as'last week.. One choic mnilketr me 19 ; seve ral cows sold at £18 101, X£17, £.15 &c. : A good supplv of pigs, calves ,nml poultry -7erC;:leared at carrfaclory prices. .

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Mernda v. Kinglake. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

Sr leri'nda . Kiulake. The above match was played last Saturday at Kinglakie, aid wa won by the M ernda club . The feature of the match was the batting. of E. -Garside and FI' Murphy's bonwing. Mernda's fielding was first-class. DI) M'Kimmie;,of Kinglake, fielded, splen didly. Mernda -,let Innings. 1~.Garside, b Pierce ..:. .;. 85 'D. M Donald, biYd?i 4 F. Basett,.e and. bti O'Brien . I .E: Murphy. b O'Brien . .:S 'li a? b ei.14 Sullivan, b Yeo . 8 Ij. Maurphy b Pierce ° 4. Welsh, not'out . 5 Whittei, c 11:Kimmie, b Yeo ... 4 Giddens; not out . ... I S Sondrie . 4 Declared closed,-7 wickets for 125 Bowling.-Yeo, 3 for 39 ; Pierce, 2 for-25; O'Brien, 2 for 57. Kinglake- 1st Innings.:. Pierce,l b w,'h E Murphy -.. :6 Exton, c Whitten. hb Mrphy .. -2 R.tBurton, c Whitten, b Murphy ,. 2 D.-M'Kimmie, rdn out ... o 8. Perry, b Murphy , ... ,: 4 I)unstan, run out ...,. . ..; ; S µ: 5 Evans, h Murphy ... 2 O' Biieni?c and b Mudrphy ... 12 A. Yea, c L. Murphy, h Murphy . 10 1N.. MKimmie. c L...

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The Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

The Elections. The firs£ ounresute'a follows : - IIdi:=-R.. -Cook, sittin, mem':er (CP.), 8082 J' P. Minogue (Labor). 715I3 ; Donald M1cKinnnn (Nat.): 5234. The figures for Kangaroo Ground were : Cook, 198 ; M'Kin non,.:93;. Minoguuel 6 t. bThe latest figures are :-Cook; 8736 .;, Minogue; 7763 ; McKin non, 5700 Corio.--J. iH. Li.ter (Nat)1 ,1111;.0 . J. Hampson (Llblor),: .1,1052 ...Diamond (reek : Lister, 221; Hampsn. 1900. ..Whit tlesea,: Lister, 9'i; 1HampE.u, 61. The .latcst.figures are ;--Lister, 11,842; Ha'mpson, 11,435 :Fli6ders.-S '·. . Bruce (Nat.), 10.018; 4. P. Thompson (Lib.).8l31. Heidelberg i Rruce, 588 ; Thompson, 417. the latest. figures arie. :-B(uce, l 010,"' ; Thompson 8036. ? " . . State of.Parties --National, 29; Liberpi* 4 ; Counitry,-15 ;ia'fior, 7 t;total, 75. This may be altered 'by preferencevotes

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Christmas Hills. TENNIS CLUB AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

Christmas Hiis. - TENNIS CLUB AT HOME. (FROM OUR CORRESFiONDE{'T.] A very plea-ant utternoou v, etent by ( residents and visitors on the 13th instant, when the Christmas Hills iMemorial Park Tennis Club wata "At Home" to the district clilbs. The Yarra Glen club :wos well re presented, and incluled thoir energetic sec retary, Mr Bill Flcmnuibu. Sow0 s;,iendid games were foughr out, which gnare our club (the younmest in the district) the opportuni ty of proving that it can hold its own with others. Tea and refreshment nls were handed round, and at the conc:usiou of the evening Mr Flemming. in a neat litte speech, thank. ed Christmas Hills for a very pleas~ut af[ ternoon's enjoyment.

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