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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

- PROGRLSS ASSOCIATIa n. At the meeting of tile, ithlm and Glen Park P'rogress AssociatioI held on Tuesday evening tle memberaeo - pre~'?d indignatiqn at the treaitnment meted them by iMr :Clapp i:,i chi-f Rsilwav, Commissioner, .at the re.ent "deputation. ¶The. associalion deferl:ed c?ciii tpenrding the maeeting- of the Sltham aind:ieidelborg shiie' counci! Tiie meieting also deciided toi donate £15 towards the public hall fund.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Queenstown v. Kangaroo Ground. Queenstown—1st Innings 129. 2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

.-NORTH RIDTNG C'uMPETITION. Queenstow?, v. h:airr oo Ground.: Queeuntowu--l?t inaingoa 129. 2nd Inniigs. Ifirt, run-u.t- ,... S Dngdale, b Trim ... : 4 S1)O'Brien, not out . ... J:'. lMuller;notout .. 1 Snndries .? o :10 IDeclared closed: 2 wickets for 41 Bowling.- : Trim, i for 9 Wraight, 0 for 2; Norman: 0 for_4'Butteryworth 0 for 16. K. angaroo G'round 1st Innings. R. Norman; c Luckman, b 9llis ... 25 HB?tterworthi c W. 8picerf b Ellis 7 D. Wraight, b B Spicer .. . .. 6 Stevenson, at Hirt, b Ellis ... 1 Cassell, run out .... 11 B. Trim"c and h bealey 0 O,. Lacey, b Ellis ".. . ?. 'D. Lacey, c. Marriott, b Ellis ... . 0 SLawrence, b Healey .. .. W. Norman, not out ... , 0 Sbunidries .. ... 8 58 Bowling -Healey. :.2 for -4.;-ElliW,. 5 for 23; E. Spicer, 1 for- 23. 2nd Innigs., R,. Norman, not out ... ..22 Cassell, e W. Spicer. b Ellis 2 Wrkhig;'b hEllis 2 Stevenson, b Ellias;.. ... ?, 'iimn b Heanley " .. ' ,_ .0 O Lacey, I w, b Healey -...: - W. Nbrmain,st Hirt,.bealay ... Butter...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kinglake v. Hurstbridge. Kinglake—1st Innings, 95. 2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

Kinglake v.. Hurstbridge. .. Kinglake--lst Innings, 95. 2nd Innings; J. Murphy, b Wilson ... 0... XI Rail, b Verso ... ,. Papwurth. b Vorso -.. .. 0 "Hatty, b Verso ... 5 L. Lawrey, b Wilsn ;.. .,, 7 Al'Mahou,bh Wilson ... " 5 B. Lawrrey, b Verso .... . 3 Laver. not out ... .. liurphyjun, h Verso 0 I..,0 iitls, b Wilsou- .. . . - - Sundries .,.. .. 2 Bowling-W'iiso, 4 for 23;'Verso,.5 for 8. Hurstbridge--lst. Innings., Shauhun, b -Murphy ... . W. Sinclair, b Layer L. I Mills. bh Murphy .. ..b A. J. Verso;c d-urphy, b Laver 5 VWilson, c Lawrey, b Murphy ... 0 Coux b Laver . . ... 4 M~oore not out. . ... 8 Giliing, b Laver ... - .. 8 A. Versi, b .;urphy ... .: . r Barbour. Laver .. ... I •lilue;, a.:vrey, bkMurphy _ . 8 Sundries ...:. ., 3 44 SBowling.---airphy 5 for 20; Lever.5 for 2, -- 2nd Inuiugs. Sinclair, bh Murphy .. .. 7 I Wilaon, c Lawrey, b Murphy .18 A,. J..Vetso,:e . lurphy, b Jinrphy .. 22 "ioore,'b 1r:irphy ... J Shaubn, b Lawrey .i ... : M!lils. b Murphy ... ... 10 Cox,...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Red Cross Society. ARTHUR'S CREEK CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

R Red Cross society. ARTHUR'S CREEK CONCERT. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). Under the auspices of the Arthur's Creek and Strath4 wrn branch of the Red Cross, a very successful concert and dance was held in the Arthur's Creek hall on Saturday, December 2. Mr Everard, M.L.A., very willingly presided, and when he appeared on the platform received a hearty recep tion. In the course of his address as chairman be mentioned the am ount of good the Red Cross had done. He also touched on a subject of vital interest to the district, viz., the disposal of the fruit crop, and other matters of importance. The concert programme was varied and of fine quality, and those who contributed to make the entertain ment such a success were :-Miss Stagoll (Melbourne), who delighted the audience with her fine elocution. Miss Clarice Hildebrand(Melbourne) was also very much enjoyed in the same section. As a vocalist Mrs Dunk (Harstbridge) was appreciated, also Mr Cook, of Cottle's Bridge. Mr Sherlock (Melbourne),...

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 — 22 December 1922

Correspondence. ABOUT HURSTBRIDGE. TO TuIk EDITUR OF TH1E ADVERTISER. Sir,-I was glad to see Mr J. Parkes's reply about the local pro gress society, and naturally regret the apathy shown, but have not con ditions changed since then ? Fron what I can gather the place is on the move-new businesses have been opened, there is a demand for land. and more visitors are coming to thin place. I hear it reported that a pro minent corner in the town has been sold for about 32500, and that £3 a foot has been paid for land near th, station for a business for a descend ant of John Barleycorn. This is evi dence of people's confidence in th, district, and although land is verb cheap here compared to other places, the tendency to rise is an indication that the town will make headway of its own volition. There are a few pessimists who are always talking about it being slow, but what are they doing to make it otherwise? Considering the population there is a fair amount of amusement to be had .here if ...

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

Navy Experiences. A lecture on experiences as a Christian in H.M. Navy was delihvered by Mr C. C. i Sedgwick at Hurstbridge Church of Eng land on Wednesday evening, December 6. After an opening hymn, the Rev. E. Selwyn Chase offered pra oer and then introduced the speaker. Mr Sedgwick coranienced with a brief description of the surroundings, both in a barrack room and on board -ship. Be then went on to deal with the attitude of eare less comrades towards those who became Christians and bear witness for God either in barracks or on shipboard. After stress inog the fact that it is gloriously possible to live the Christian life. just wherever God has placed us, the speaker went on to show. how men in the service are won for Christ. First by the testimony of a coiisecrated life, which included the outward and visible act of prayer, either by the cot side; in the barrack room or under-a hammock on the' lower deck of a ship, the habit of regulart Bible reading, and consistency in life and...

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

Our LadYs Gollege, CAPE STREET, HEIDELBERG. PUPILS prepared for Leavilg and In termediate Certificates. Special les - sons given in Drawing. Painting, Singing etc. In music, the college has adopted Mr (~all s system of relaxation with marked _eceess. Kindergarten classes held. Convent of Mercy, Heidelberg. WATTLE BRAND Self Raising Flour, I Manufactured by W. .BODEY, HURSTBRIDG1E. -IVE it a trial if you want best results Cheaper than elsawhere HURSTBRIDGE BAKERY TEA ROOMS always open. - W. BODEY, SPro rietor The, ;"'Blue Gum:" SODA FOUNTAIN, CONFECTIONERY, CAItES, PASTRY. I MAIN ROAD (or. RAILWAY STATION) is now open. FINEST QUALITY GOODS ONLY ARE STOCKED MISS BAKBEia. Tomato Plants. G. GRAY can supply Orange Prolific . .. Chlka..: Jewel . 3s per"100 Indomitable -.. 5/6.pertrav. Klnndine Red .... 1? 25/ per 1000?:. Mikado' ... Aliwonid lY The LATs of inmy own RAIsINo-. - Owing to heavy bdoking orters the above varieties will not be ready for delivery un til Second week of NovEMBER. ...

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

Meditations, (B1Y. ExcELSIOR.) Methinks that- even a life' full of trials -has its compensations,. for -al though the Psalmist says-"Man is born to trouble as the sparks fly upwards,.' still, even in one's troubles,' bright gleams of sunshine break through the storm "clouds and light -them- up at times. . Who can measure up the good .a trusty friend may do, but-how rarely one finds such--plenty of people pre tend to be that, but. at the.first evil report. how they love. to gather up all bf it; and scatter '.it. far and wide. I well remember once speaking t!oa dear old Scotch lady about a verse-in'the Psalms, which I had remarked for. the first time, "I have lived long, and now am old, but never have I ~een the righteous - forsaken, . nor- his seed bego ging bread.' Her face-lit up, and she said "I know a living example of that belongs to E~ehezer. rat and although she has wolf of.hunger almost at some way:or othler.help as come just at the:right time; but she is a woman of prayer, y...

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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 22. Children's Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

Sitham cud Mhitleea Shires Published . 'very Friday A f terneon HUiRSTBRIDjE, DECEMBER 22. Children'.s Cotir.ts. .I: -we were allowed to publish. ra ports conzireing childre who are. :brougiht befre fth Children's Courts •the pu.blic would -receive a -great. shock au su~i?rald 'i'ealiie th~e apar ent want ot:o cotitrl so msany parents - have over their offspring. Ihe prin cipal offinders are.boys ranging from 8 ::to. 16 years of age, who conme to the Eltham HIIrstbridge-distiict from the congested sibaibnr iiareas: around IMellbonr ne, and are allowed to roam about at week ends. They spend .their tinif in. robbing orchards aid generall 'teating. anything they ran a-. thei-r:hands on, and parents often admit- that stolen goods. are: taken home bin- thei s-i"s. Many boys pro .ida. ttheiuise;;es with pea:riflesa and spend. Sindays- in shootiung rabbits and birdsi Noty in th.e bhands of a youngsti'r a? pea ;ifle is very danger oins, and many people complain to the:police bat :-the -dist...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

'Locl `alid G te rat. ''The. Advertiser"' will n6t be pub lishednex-t week; but will appear on Friday; Ja~nary" 5: We wish our readers the season's greetings, and '-ipd the .oiing year,?will be happy andlpiorp.erarus for.all. : Several reports appear o.n page 4. -Mr. A°. D Nicholson, of Sunbury, has parchased Mr., C. W. Collar-d's Pdst Offlce ?tiorekeeping business at Hnrstbridge. : - M Ti:ert Spargo, the champion featherweight boxer;,inserts a notice denying a. rumor that he- had. visited Panton, Hill. 'TlI Merada football club will Bild their ann.tia' ball .o' ion ew. Year's =night.`-rhea there will wand old-time dinces. Visitors to MAelbourn'e who are staying at the :Federal in Collins street include Mr and;iMrs S. Moon, of Melh . r`.( :The P aiton Hill branch of the R.S.S.i.L.A will hold a concert' and dance this aevening in aid of their :comnrade (Mr'C H. H Ford); who re_ cently-sustained a heavy loss thiroiigh firer. tLast Tiiesd ifter oon a rinumber of hdilar n' fromi tlie Hu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

M R. & MRS. A. W. BUTCHER, of L Panton Hill, desire to Thank- Matron E. Lloyd and Nurse Procter,.of Netley House Private Hospital,; Eltham, for their ertreme kindness and untiring. attention during Mrs.' Butcher's recent severe illness.' T OST on Friday last, between Kinglako. LJ and Hurstbridge, Military OVER .COAT. Reward.-O. PLUNKBTT, King - .lSe. I OR SALE.-Leather Couch, Dressing I - Table, . Large Gal. -Tub, Kitchlen Table 4ft 6ir x 2ft 6in, Sundriest-MRs. Er-DAvii, S.S. Kangaroo Ground; I5 ACRES of LAND for sale ; 12 acres - in orchard, four-roomed House; three miles from Hursthridge Railrway Sta tion. -Apply. M'iss E. BASsxiTT Doreen. T UCKS and- SUCKERS.- .: B LOT, j. Cotle a Bridg. . - TERSEY COW for. salo.; good -milko r. S-Apply G Phillips, '.-t. B.aswell's," Elthbam. O NE HORSE for salo, pick of two, suit able for.fruit waggon ; one first-class leader.- Apply F. W. NfNK, St Andrew's. P.O. SOGANBERRIES ready auy-time, order early ;' 5 per dozon lbs.; rail freight...

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

ELTAM-, DISTRICT ORICKET A sOCIA TION. .:(ROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). At the-y conclusion ,of the first half of` the. programme o .the aisoci tion, Elthbafis top with,. 7points, Diamond Creek .5 points, ,Greeusborough 31 and Montmorency . .Eltham- are undefeat ed,'andl present, form points to the final match: being played by Diamond Oree. and Elthain teams. ElLthm.Cricket Club bad an outing to Kinglake ;on Suinday last. '1hey journeyed per char-a-banc, and, a-com panied, by. friends, formhed a :lively combination: "-Mr- G. Triumin, , the well-known inter-state- criclkter and honorary coach of the club also made the- trip: -The- trippers'.nide iiierry over a reputed gigantic snake story, and informed nuiiherdus pamuing folk that " Anderson." was dead. No-one see.iaed to know what the joke :as, but? neverthelesa it created- a laugh. .Meals were obtained at Thonson'sa hotel, and the proprietor of thit hostel certainly succeeded as. ah :host; the visitors commeniting mnost'. £fIorably on th...

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

toB. Henderson -ISH ES io -notify the Public .?eiahe has comrnru?ai.d a WVEEKLY SERVICE from, -MELBOURNE tý ,PANTON ,ILL' iiD ;Dia mnd Creek, every Monday. L ~ds p. to Two' Ton-,-30. per to,.: ?' Cnrrespondence Protiijitlvy Attended t... Picnic.Parih. Trains *1.Mt.' Johnsort, (LATE AIJ.P.) SORDERS . . EGq to nnounce -that he has . LARGE-STOCK.. D RS- . B--taken over.-the Post Offiee Store CALLED FOR st Arthur's Creek, and hopes by strict OF GROCERIES, attention to Business to merit a fair AND share of patronage?'. IRAN AND -FIVE "D. " .A TRIAL SOLICITED. SATISFACTION GUABRANTEED. PLLARD. Post Ofsice Store, .ARTRUR'S GCREEK:: E thank you for your splendid - Christinas patronage We here 1 . enjnyed withyou the thankiul spirit:.. aid rejoicing that has been apparent in all. We also thank you for the libergl Ssupportaccorded to us during the past, "year, and assure You that everytb?? possible:will be done to maintainthe cordial relations that have existed be ween us. and We extend to Yo...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

:i- .THE Post Office Store. ='::·:]; AS full stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery,:- Crockery, Drapery, Clothing, etc. We ;? pecialise in suits to measure. Satisfaction guaranteed. Large range of samples to choce from. A trial order solicited. (LATE OF A.I.F.) . HURSTBRID GE. "Wattle Cafe," /W RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDG E. A V. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. :CR CKE T .PIA TERII- L At your Service for Mutual Prnflt and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 S.UPPLIED oomplete--ars, BALLS. LEG GUARDS. STuMPS, GLOVES, MATTINGS, BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. New ]Handles Handles repaired, re-fitted and re-strung. SRII(ET BALLS recovered equal to new. Beat va!ue of all Sportiqg Coods guaranteed. A trial will Coqvince you 889-391 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. AUSTRALIA'S CRICKET BALL EXPERT CM' MADe IN AUSTRALIA. BY AUSTRALIANS 28 Y-ars Experience. Phone 144, Northcote Factory, Northcote. Cit...

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Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

Metdiodlst Church Services Metfliodist Church Services will be held as follows - : SUNDAY, DECEMBER- 24. 1922. Diamond Creek.11 a.m. ,.X;LC A.; 7.15p m., Mr- Rose Arthur's Creek,-3 p.m., Mr Collom ~ittle's. Bridge,. 3. p.m., Y.MLC. A. 8arstbridge, 7.16 p m,i;.,M.C..:A. Tack's Cor.ec3. p.in., ic M~Wiggin Riesearch, .:30 pnm.,-Mr.Camphell Pantou2V 'i, 7.15 p.m., Mr-Colio,:i. WattJ! :. en. .7 156 p.m., M r.Camnpbell

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILDREN'S PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

CHILDRK:N'S PARTY. Monday uihbt. the lath, will long be re membered by the children. as one of the pleasantest times spent for a lonr while. iA party and tableaux were arrangel by seim of the ladie .of the hills as an en.linu to a nuccessful-school term, and Mirs J. H. W5 il liaths and her two dauoibters-the "lissos Myrtle and Pearl Williams-threw the?n selves: heart and ,.soul into the training of the young people.. The tables?ut coisited of all the old nursery rhymes, ant were ast ed in character . Those taking part in Poor :Cock -Robin--to the acoompaniment of both piano(Miss Pearl. Williams) and violin (Miii Alma Irvine) Were--Litt9e 1oai add the gi'.1 who fouind him asleep'. Miss Mlargery and 8taiton B.'shp; Bo-Peep, Mis'-Alraas Ir oviter har'thrfahb: et, Miss ior oten Lo' s; Jack: Horner; O?.e , Rolls; -Mjis. Mufftpt, Peggy. Pate; Red Riding Boodd . tcuv ) borne; Qiiden an r' gn e of..Hearts,' Drio i`awlGeotge Biti .- - E sy- Netty? oCot, ?tari "anrCBhamhrs Snimple Siron s:and...

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Heidelberg Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

il ifelber g Shire Coouurii. Tle'. monthly' meeting was held at Hridelberg on Tuesday evening. ihe President (Cr. Piicher) welcom d"_cr Santon,,the new =nembem for Greensborough -riding, and hoped he would havea -long and-successful term Softice.. No- matter how loIng,?hei re "ained, t'iere would always be- some thing to learn. - - Cr Sanitonexpressed-.-his thanks- for the. :velcome,: and hoped he would be a~l~ t owo-tk in harmonywith the rid ing mnembers, :,and also the whole-of *.the council. CORRESPONDENCE, . From Secretary Victorian Railways, advising that no additioual~accommo daition can be- provided on the trains. -A:.reply to be sent that this c0ouncil does not agree with the result of the inquiries made by the raihway officers, particularly in regard to the aiccmimo dation- on those trains.connecting with the Eltham arid Hurstbridge line. .Rrsidects and ratepayers of Glen Park. asking council to take over- Vat - tle 1Tree road 'or contribute- towards' the coiet.-Riding memb...

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GARDEN FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

. . ..GLRDE. :YET. - " - The public :hll commiittek held a garden fete "in the ha I giounds on *Saturday.- The attractions, wejre numlerous and ",the: juivenile were eapecially well catered for.. The-hoop. la was. undoubtedly the centre of attraction: The filh pond, .ii chage :of. \ra Ryan was perhaps the basis of ha iechildren's etiuoymehit-untold trea sures could be-fished-fdi 'a `iaitiial fee. 'he raffia werb miny, and one: gentleman was fortunate enough .to. win two of them-an unuuail occur rence. The hol~. evening enabled the refreshnienit stall to obtain its fair share of patronage '.I he rib takings, of. the effort will be. approxituately .60, and. -the various stall .holders and indeed all those who assisted in the organization of the functiofi, are to be congrattlated on the. uccess of the evening..- The following were the stall-holders :-Fancygoods, ?ri An dr.ews; refroshmUents, ;.rs Boake sweets, Mrs Birchall; fish pond, Mra Ryan ; -hoolp-la, Mr G. Birchall: kit clhen and...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

Wedding.     McKENZIE - DOUSSET. Garlands of white flowers and green- ery, with palest pink blossoms inter- mingled with a large white wedding bell and sunshine streaming through   St Mary's beautiful windows, made a delightful setting for the very pretty wedding which took place there on the afternoon of Wednesday, November   15. The nuptial knot was tied by the   Rev. W. A. Pouiton, between Mr Rod-     erick Kenzie, second son of Mr and Mrs J. McKenzie of Woodend, and Miss Agnes Dousset, younger daughter of the late Mr and Mrs P. Dousset, of Panton Hill. The bride,   who was given away by her brother, Mr Pierre Dousset, wore a beautiful bridal gown of ivory white satin grena- dine, with panel of radium lace out- lined with pearls, a trail of orange blossom and silver leaves at one side, and a girdle of hand made white roses, with silver leaves, and clusters of pearls and bugle b...

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Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 22 December 1922

Diamond Creek. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.)   The friends of Mr Jack Ryan will regret to hear that he met with a very painful accident on Sunday morning. He was out riding when his horse stumbled and fell, severely injuring his arm and ankle. St. JohN's Churcb of England celebratcd their anniversary tea and concert on Satur- day. There was a good attendance at the tea, and the ball was full in the evening, when the popular members of the Musical Society under the leadership of Dr. Cordner, took chage and gave a number of items that were well received and enjoyed. In the interval the Vicar presented gold brooches to the three Queens, Misses Edmanson, Paul and Edwards, and also heartily thanked the Musical Society for taking charge of the   concert. Great praise is due to Mr and     Mrs Val Sinclair and Mrs W. J. Lawrey for taking charge of the tea. It was a great pleasure to the old workers to sit back and   be waited on. ...

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