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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 2 November 1917
R. H, ' HALE VOGLER, Yarra Glen, AT flOME DAILY a1'bll Vaccination at Kangaroo Groand (2 p.m.) and Queenstown (3 p.m.), . 'FRIDAY, STn OCTOBER, 1917. DR. 'ROLLASON, S Of I'Heidelberg, "VTSITS ELrn ar, Tuesdays, 12 noon. GEGaNSOBU0000, Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m DI^exo'n Caoo:E Fridays. 3 p.m YWoodcock & McCormack, Civil Engineers, Architects & Surveyors Water Supplies reported;on and executed. 'Plans of Buildings prepared and erection s.pervised. ,pSaob-dirvsidns of land expeditiously carried oat. NORMANBY CH.IMBERS, 43o LITTLE COLLINS ST. :MELBOURNE. Tel. Central 3241. P. J. RIDGEWAY, SOLICITOR, 60 Queen-St., Melb., A TTENDS on COURT DAYS at Dawson's Hotel, Heidelberg, Morris' Hotel, Eltham, .And other courts in district by appointment Telephones-760 Central. 6927 Ascot. McNAB & McNAB, Barristers and - .Solicitors,: 465 O0LLINS ST., Melbourne. /U R. FRANK MoNAB, LLM. visits Royal Mail Hotel, WHIT. TiESEA, from 3 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. on the ist and 3rd S.\TUIIDAYS each ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 2 November 1917
O'Brien's Royal MIail Line of Coaches. QIJ JENS'I(l)WN TO III ? - 11111) 111EI IILW Y A ' I'AI ION, VIA PAN'ION hILL. Cnnrhll I,'avI \t. Andrew's I'Am m lll Illlln'l. Iwit l hn y slrllhrll \rrl ( leur day,) at1 Or ru rIn d 12u11 muu Suuuutuye 6.t5 purr I I ntutu lull t It'".rt.u tttu, itl.tuut.Iuu, utnd 4 p lrrnv 5ut) purm, Iir Iii Eli II I IIN Inrrni r t'l uu'i'a 1hlutrut Irl urury ultullo woiurk ruryr (utuir Sttluttujy 7.10 art., I 4UJ lwIU ard tt.1U part Australian Expeditionary Forces. Recruits Wanted. S...~ EVEh MAN PHYSIOALLY RIT IS WANTED. CONDITIONS OF ENLISTMENT. Age, 18 to 45 yeuis.' Minimum height, 5 feet 2 inches. Chest measurement, 33 inches. Persona desiring, to enlist should apply at the nearest Town Hall, Shiro Hall, Drill Hall, or Recruiting Depot, where arrangemoents will be made for medical examination. Persons who are considered suitable will be granted free; Railway tickets to the Metropolis for final medical examination and enlistment. RATES OF PAY PER DAY. Pri...
Social Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 2 November 1917
Social -Notes. (BY THELMA.) Wo ore pleatced to record the birth of a daughter (Eilesn Mary) to Mr. and Mrs. T. Cooke, of Cottle's Bndgo. WVe rgrot to record the demise of Mr. Wolfe, at hn advanced age, on Friday last at his residenes, PFenton Hill. Mrs. P. Grodwin, of that distriot, is a daughtor of thel late Mr. Wolfs. Privates Gordon Camotan, Kangaroo (round : J. Smedley, Yarra Glen; and F. UI. Starling. Diamoond Creek; have also been reported wounded in action. Tomorrow (tlrtulday) afternoon the lion. W. A. Adamson, M.L.O., Minister of Publio Worke, will offiially open the new Lridge at IHurotbridgo at 3.30 p.m. Miss Edith Mills, daughter of Mr. J. J. Millls, anagor of IHuretbridgo Cool Store, kh, t0eon successful in winning a Fell iehnlhlrshlp at Bradshaw's Business College. bho was coached by Mr. W. Ml'Aulife, Al!d Teacleor of State Bchool 1134, Panton lill. Mr. Reginald Keolly, of Heaileivlle, has ehIrile his campaign for the Evelyn elsec torote seat in the State Parliament. A...
THE AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 2 November 1917
THE AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH. (BY THELMA). The student of the Australian Com- monwealth during the past fifteen years will be at a distinct advantage with one who tried to understand the trend of affairs whilst these things were being onuemanated. In the first Federal Parliament there were three distinct political parties, viz: the supportore of the Barton Government, which was Protectionist ; the efficient opposition led by Mr G. H. Reid, who wanted a tariff for revenue-raising purposes only ; and the Labor Party, led by Mr J. C. Watson. The Ministry was made up of five men who had been Premiers of their States in pre-Federation days — Messrs Forrest, Kingston, Turner, Lyne and Fysh, and in addition our most brilliant orator of the time — Alfred Deakin. In experience and intellect it was a strong administrition, but its weakness lay in having too many loeaders. It says much, however, for the remarkable leadership of Edmund Barton that he kept this team together for nearly two years....
EGGS AND ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
EGGS AND ONIONS. Cook Lrinme llr?a of onlonli in somo butter without letting thorn brown. When they ore loft ?prin;leo a little 'flour over them ; rtir well In. Add cream, if nny, or milk will do, salt anti popper; let thin lnlrnmr about flvoe minlten. HI-ve ready onmr hlard ho'lerl ora, cit Into olerln, and aidd to the mrinture to warm without let t:n' them crok ; nrrve very hot. For each lperson allow on ipanlle oonlon and one nlg. If nlo S?lnlc onllion to to had, rmoll onlion will do, but the othero look nicer whmn served.
TEA MEETING AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
TEA MEETING AND CONCERT. Favoured by fine weather the tea meeting and concert held in tile Whittlesea Hall on October 25th, passed off most suc cosltully. Thu catering for the tea was carried out by Messrs Mitchell Bros, local storekeepers and bakers. and was all that could be desired, the tasty ckes and pastry being much relished. 'the concert, pro - sided over by. the minister (Rer. Doughlas Bruce), was greeted by a crowded house. Tile performers, the unajority of whom came from Melbourne, gave excellent accounts of themselves, and each and all were enthusinetically received. songs were given by Misses Myrtle Gemmell, Slay tKeir, U. M. Solomon, Jessie Sutherland, and Edith Smith, and Messrs Marshall, Broughton, and Alex. Shaw (Scotch come dian, who was recalled six times), and Muaster August ltirtman. Mr lMarshall recited and MiSs Kate Coruell gave several humorous monologues, depicting tih views of .\s Murphy. Ducts were rendered by Misses Myrtle Gemmoall and Edie Smith, and Mess...
MACARONI AND EGGS (Hot Dish). [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
MACARONI AND EGGS (Hot Dish). 4oz. macaroni, two eggs, lo.. of but, tar, lot. flour, sugar, salt, and pepper. Dreak the macaroni' in short lengths, put it In rapidly boiling water, salt ed, and cook until tender. htelt thbo butter in a stowpaln, atdd the flour, and cook for a faew minutes. Then break the eggs into the pan, letting them a set a hit bIfors stirring. Then e.anon with a little tomato ketchup, a pinch of sugar, and salt to taste; let it boll for a lfw minutes, then add the macaroni, and whon thoroughly hot turn on to a diuh and serve.
HURSTBRIDGE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
HURSTBRIDGE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. The monthly meeting of the Ilurstbridge Horticultural Society was held In the Mechanics' Ilall on Tuesday, Oct. 27th, instead of thie usual first Tueslay, owing to that day being Cup Day. Mr W. (Gray occupied the chair. 'IThere was a good attendance, although still room for a greater number. Commutoleatioa were received from the Postal authorities notifying clearance of mail matter at Ilurstbrilgo .every Mtonday m arlnl for three nlonrb on trial. Reports of delegates at Fruitgrowers' Conference and report of Sylabus Com. mittee were held over till next month owing to the presence of Mr Wallis, orchard supervisor, who gave a vary interesting and instructive lecture on " Orchard Pests and flow to Eradicare Them." Many of his remarks are put into concise auo stalls. tical form ont the last page of your paper of November 3rd, so that there is no ntrl to repeat them, although he described fully the life And habits of these pests fron the spnre or egg to...
EGG CUTLETS. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
EGG CUTLETBS. T'wo eggs, 1ion. butter, 2oa. flour, } pint milk, pepper and salt. Boil the eggs for twenty minutes, then place in cold water to get thoroughly cold. Melt butter in a stewpan, stir in lour, cook well together. Now add milk, and brling to the boil, season well with pepper and salt, then stir in the eggs, and allow- to get cold. Form into cutlets, roll in flour, egg and breadcrumba ; then try a golden brown in plenty of hot fat.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
ERVOU8S BR EAK DO MN A REMARKABLE CURE What Clemeats Tonic ca -do in restoring the nerves to healthy power and making the weakened system strong. A letter in point which is worth reading. No. 6 Post Oliee Place, South Mclb.. 2/7/II. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., , " Your tonic is one of the quickest nerre and brain cures known. I tried all kinds of doctors' medicines. and got no relief as I have from your tonic. I could not stand anyone talking:to me, or the noise of the town,traffic. I lost appetite and weight.. I was that weak at times a child could push me over. I harl to give up work. I lay hour after hour awake, now 'I can go to bed and almost sleep at once. My case was one of the worst I ever heard of. I thought I would' never get well. I can hardly believe the rellef I have got from Clements Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I told you of have lft cue, and two or'three more t1rttles will make me strong. .rfr?. rlrlhsIr wans ing twice a week to the . elbuurne Huspial, and many people we...
EGG AND CHEESE FRITTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
EGG AND CHEESE FRITTERS. Two hard boiled eggs, 2oz of dried cheese, cayenne, salt, 2oz. short pas try (pieces left over from any dish will do). Boil the eggs twenty min utes, cut into rings. Roll out the pastry. then cut rounds with pastry cutter, put one ring of egg, a little grated cheese on each with salt and cayenne, wet the edges, make into . small turnovers. Dip in egg and breadcrumhs. Fry in boilng fat a golden brown. These make a nice dish for lunch, or a savourt'for din dish for lunch, or a savoury for din hot.
RISOTTO. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
Halt a breakfast-cupful rice, one small onion, two tablespoonfuls to mnto sauce, half-pint stock or hot water, 1 on margarine or butter, a little grated cheese. Put rice in small saucepan, add pinch of salt, and well cover with cold water. Bcll ra pidly, and when rice has absorbed all the water it should be sufieently cooked. Mince and fry the onion a golden bhown, and add to the rice. and then the tomato sauce and stock and hot water. After taking off the fire add some grated cheese and the margarine. Return to fire. Heat up and serve.
FLOWER DAY AT PANTON HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
FLOWER DAY AT PANTON HILL,. A crowded hullding greeted the efforts of sthecholars attendlnt the local State School for their atnual Flower Day domonstration. The Public Hiall was tastefully decoratedl ith evergreens and fags and the gifts were stged on two tables at the top of the hall,. he children had worked hard to make the ,ncetlo a success, and were well rewarded y the liberality of the parents nod frleods their school, It is elpe~ted that the elt results will be betweenr £i and £L16, o the Panton Hill scholars are to be con rematlted on their effort towards the icpatriation fund for our soldiers. Per. ps e hchief Interest of the evening was he unvciling of the Honour Board for the hitle hIll ; and doubtless many only ttended to do honour to our brave lads ho are so worthtly representlng this dis tect on the battleleldu of Europe and sin. A ile lHonour Board, made of solid oak, ad been presented by Mr Irwin, of RIeldel terg, and the members of the Progress teociation had affied...
WHITTLESEA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
WHITTLESEA PRESBYTERIAN COURCBh. ANNIVERSAIRY SKI1VICES. The annirersary servicea of the Whit tiesea I'resbyterian Church were held on Sunday, October 14th, by the trvr, W. It. flyers, of the Yarraville Preshyterian Church, who preachod morning and evening to largu congregations. The tere. W. it. IByers is one of the risuing young men io the Presbyterian Ministry, and is a prencher of rigour and ability. ie is a most popular and successful onlloiter at Yarrarille, one of the most populated suburbs of Mel. bourne. The Whittlesea congregatlon listened to two most thoughtful and eloquent sermons. The choir, under the able ?alder. ship of Mr Frank Sharp, rendered appro priato anthems and woru warmly praised by the Rlev. BIyers. The collectious for the Church funds were in keeping with tho spirit of the services.
RAINFALL, KINGLAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
IIAINIAIJL, KINGLAKE. J"luury, 19 K. h J Ju ly, 4011 Tpill, Ao ,, A io,, el.ý Ie neliL. 61:1 11113, ,,, (,u., 647 'iutnl L:ln~l,, 4902:
RICE SAVOURY. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
RICE SAVOURY. •3oz. rice, one pint milk, ilb. toma toes, }fb. cheese, pepper and snlt. Put rice, milk, and pepper and salt in a double pan, and cook for three hour's. Eutter pudding dish, and put a layer of the cooked rice in the bottom of the dish. While the rice is cooking put the tomatoes with a little mar garine in a hot oven until they are soft. Put the tomatoes on the bed So rice, and then fill the dish with the rest of the rice. Grate the cheese and saprnkle on the top of the rice and to mnatoes, and brown a golden brown under a grid or in the oven, and serve very hot.
STRATHEWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 9 November 1917
STRATHEWEN. On Friday last, 2nd inst., Flower Dany was celobrated'at.Strathawot byway of a patrioticeataeoff.: ohoo.ee or saob inance an tro all those workers. who helped with the event must feel indeed gratified with the result of their labour. The opening ceremony was performed by Cr. L. W. Clarke, J.P., who in his easy and pleasing manner explainedthe object of the event, expressing the hope that all present would loosen their purse strings and make the day a record one. Appro priate addresses were also delivered by Cr. Brock, Cr. Mann, Mr. W. H. Evorard, and Mr. George Brain. Business proceeded briskly throughout the afternoon, and towards e0ening the hearty, jovial voice of the auctioneer (Cr. Brock) could be heard above the crowd. Bidding was brisk and exciting, and first class prices were realiaed for all goods offdring. At 7.30 business was suspended and the hall put in readiness for the concert. This event was very keenly looked forward to, being the first school concert he...