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THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Adveriser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURTBRIDGE, JANUARY 5, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 5 January 1923
- -idu rtie er -' " AND ý attluetid .-- . ll,. . -ýýq #e. "P blished -id Fidy ftei "orro IlURSTBRIDGE, JANUARY'5, 19"23. Local, and General. * Reports, of the Diggers' sports at Hurstbridge and a tennis tournameit appear on page 4. A notice is inserted with reference to Bailey's tea and luncheon. rooms, opposite the Eltham railway.station.. Tenders are called by the Eltham Shire Conucil for .work at Eltham; Kaylock's, and Motchell's deviation. We understand that the Eltham' markets -will start. on - Wednesday, January 17, at I i.p.m., particulars of which will apipearnext issue; iMr. ,:-D. Nioholson, who has pur.. chased Mr C.-W. Collard's Post-ofice store businiess~st Hfnrstbridge, has a notice on page 1. The Station Sawmills are now- cut ting. their timber' -at Kinglake, and st6cks will be kept in the yards at Hurstbridge, At the Yan Yean picnic on Mon-. day several oarsmen were discussing. the possibilities of a regatta on the reservoir. They said it would not hurt the water,; an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 5 January 1923
15 ACRES of LAND to let ; 12 acres in orchard, four.roomed House ; three ,miles from Hurstbridge .Railway Station.- "Apply Miss E. BASSETT,:Doreen. TRICE Wanted 250 Split Box or Stringy Bark POSTS delivered on No 4 Block Sill's Paddock, Upper Diamond Creek Road. -Apply S WaITE, 718 Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe. 1 HORSES for.- sale; N.S.W. bred, suitable fruit waggons or light farm ,work unbroken --STENNING, \Wollert. ERSEY COW for sale; just calved, J quiet. Apply to MSs. J. JARROLD, Main Road, Eltham. .M-OTOR SPRAY PUMP for Sale, VI.. I.H.C. Bosh Magneto, guarauteed running.order.--.W. :SPARKES, Strathewen'. Great Southern Co-:oper ative, Co. Ltd. With 700 Shareholders in the District. FOSTER,. TOORA and WELSIIPOOL A RE desirous of makinr arrangementi for the DIRECT PURCHASE of BERRY. FRUITS for-its clients. Supplying ,full particulars in first ir. stance to - , . ..D, G. G~AHAI1AM, Hurstbiidg. BAILEY'S T'ea .and Refreshment Rooms, ELTHAM. i pposite'li aiwnay, Stauiou. S:ofr: Dritiks,'...
Kangaroo Cround Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 5 January 1923
Kangaroo Ground Sports. The annual sports meeting was held on New Year's Day. The proceeds this year being in aid of the Shire Memorial Park, situate on the summit of Garden Hill, Kan garoo Ground, Messrs. Mess Bros. kindly granted the use of a field, which was favor. ably commented on for its suitability as a recreation ground. Many local residents expressed the opinion that the paddock in question should have been acquired for the Memorial Park-Lacking the commanding position of Garden Hill. Yet its usefulness as a recreation ground would compare very fayorably with the position, grand though it may be, with its- magnificent panoramic views forever admired by the tourist, though not the boon to" the district resi dents as is a first-class recreation ground. The sports committee held aI successful working bee on the Saturday prior to the sports, and can be complimented on the manner in which they prepared the ground. The attendance was good, Mr C. Wraight and his assistant collecti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 5 January 1923
W. S. Henderson W iSBES to notify the Public that he has conmmnced a WEEKLY SERVICE from MELBOURNE t.o PANTON HILL via -D;a moud Creek, every Monday. Lo.,ds up to Twi' Ton- 30:. per ton. Cdrrespondence Promptly Attended to Picnic Paties. TInins Met. Alf. -Johnson, (LATE A.I.P.) l)lI)ElS "-[-EG too.announne that he hais LARGE STOCK LC.A "J1 taken over the Post Office Store CAI.I. 1) FOR ' at Arthur's C(reek, andi hopes by strict - OF GROCERIES, utitentioi} to Business to merit - fair AND) h- iare of patronage. BRAN AND S A TIl AL SOLICITED. * DFLIVER'I). |SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. POLLA lD. Post Office Store, ARTHUR'S CREEK. 1 E thank you for your splendid :* Christmins patronage We have enjoyed with you the thankful spirit and rijoticing that b'hs been apparent in ., ~ all. We also thank you for the liberal .. support ?"corded to us during the past 7'- year, and assure you that everything possib!e will be. done to maintain the cordial relatiors that have ekisted- be tween us. and We ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 5 January 1923
Pst_ Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A D. NICHOLSON -= 7i.HES to inform thr Residents of the. District? that he. . has purchased the above Business . from Mr. C.: : .W has Full S, nt&-4. of Gr- cery;::Iro inmotiib ; .Cy a.ccker,;?y ~, 1 : ? ?lothing, Etc. We specialise in Suits io Mensure. Sati-s f. :::: fi uaranteed. Large Range of Samples to Choose from. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. S urstbridge Bakery. W. BODEY 1~~ ES to notify the Putblic of Hurstbridee and'--Surrounding k' "District, that he has purchased Mr Oliver's Business, and :.: ing a First-class Baker is in a position to supply a .Good i af ,of Bread. Blown Bread and Smt.ll Goods a Specialty. RIHT Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDGE. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. C'RI CK iT IAA TERJIAL : At your Service for Mutual. Profit and Satisfaction. i:tzr:y ports Depot ? . LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 SUFPPLIEID complete--Ars; BA.LLS, LEG GU:vDS. STrt?PS, GLOVES, MIATTIN\S, BAT REPA...
Cricket. WHITTLESEA SHIRE COMPETITION. Mernda v. Doreen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 5 January 1923
Cricket. WHITTLESEA SHIRE' COMPETITION. " Mern.da v. Doreen. This match -was played at Mertida. Scores : Mernda-1st Innings. E. Garside, c, b M. Bassett ... 3 F. Bassett, c, b Bassett ... 1 M'Donald, b Bassett ... 1 E. Murphy, b Nelson . 8 Sullivan, c Nelson, b Bassett ... 13 J.'Wittin, b Bassett - 4 A. Owens, b Nelson ... ... 1 C. Murphy, b Nelson .. o L: Murphy, b Nelson ... 0. S. Welsh, b Nelson ... 5 Giddens, not out ... ... 0 36 Bowling.-L. Clarke, 0 for 12; M. Bassett, 8 for 14; P. Nelson, 5 for 10. 2nd Innings. Giddens, c and b M. Bassett ... 2 M'Donald, c M. Bassett, b Nelson 21 F. Bassett, b Nelson ... 9 E. Murphy; not out .. 20 Sullivan, c, b Clarke ... 2 Owens, not out .... .. 1 Byes ... ... .. 1 Six wickets for 56 Bowling.-M. Bassett, 1 for 19; Nelson, 2 for 26 ; L. Clarke, I for 11. Doyeen- st Innings. P. Nelson, b S. Welsh .... -. L. W. Clarke, b B. Murphy .... E. V. Bassett, c, b Murphy. - ... 15 M. Bassett; st, b E. Murphy ... 0 Allen, b E. Murphy ... ... 10 A. Chris...
Yan Yean Picnic. GLORIOUS DAY'S OUTING [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 5 January 1923
Yan Yean Picnicii ..GLORIOUS DAY'S-: OUTING. - For the past half'century thousands of pebold- have attended the-monster picnic and sports held-at:the Yan-Yeatr reservoir, and the,.gathering, held on Monday-last was ii.keeping.-with- those held on previous New Year's Days; the attendance being in the vicinity.of. 3,000. There were family parties from. nearly every part of the Whittlesea and Eltham shires, including. a small con tingent -of- Boy Scouts from. Diamtmd. Creek. When the large were .spread: under the:L majestic gum and box tr;*z which were placed thereoild; i3-? nlany cases, have done credlt ?i:9i ? or- IMenzie's. ..There wid anppeIc water. available, and there. ·~s c, rti stant stream of people wit. i appd 2a billy-cahs moving about :o bre 'bd L *ia, of tea. : For -those who e?fl vided there was a refresh,,e.~ ni. ,:;, charge of Mrs. H Rich ardb:si,-?ut Whittlesea dining roomi-s : ait.lot ig there was a heavy demain ir ' ht visions,; she gave generl'?;atidC:b'~. :'Ori'e o...
Research. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 5 January 1923
SResearch. : a(Taos OUR CORRESPONDENT) A very enjoyable - evening was spent at the Research school on December 18, when. the Sundyv anl. State schools were enter; t.ained at a Chriktmas Tree. O:i Wednesday, DI)ecember 27, some visit ing youths broke into the :I1cal school but 'were fortunately intecriupted b6fore muchW dam hei was done. Entrance.LWas gained' by smashing the back door by means of a mattock, obtained at the school. lr Doney, who .was at Work in his .rchard neareby, heard the blows and ran up The alarm was givenl, but the two eldest youths Swere caughtr, making off with trho basket ball r ueqd.nother large ball. The police atEl f tham were comhmunicatedi with ' and Ithe Sn,ames-ot the' culprits obtauied. Several panes in one window were also broken. Victor Davey, a young son of Mr Davey. :of this place,. was cutting the': bnds of a Ssheaf of hay, when the knife slipped and entered his eye. He was taken to the Eye an' gid ;Ear--Hospi.tal-h There are hopes that the eyesi...
The Whittlesea Shire. FIRST PRIZE ESSAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 5 January 1923
The Whittlesea Shire. FIRST PRIZE ESSAY. At the last Whittlesea show Andrew Hancorne gained the first-prize for the following essay on the Whittlesea shire in grades VII. and VIII.: For the purpose of facilitating the governing of Victoria the State is divided into many sections of various sizes called shires. One of these shires of no little importance and in which I live is known as the Whittlesea shire. It extends from the outer suburbs of Melbourne to the Great Dividing Range, its total area being 2?5 square miles. It is bounded on the north by Prindle Bridge and .Bruce's Creek, on the south by the Bundoora Settlement road and the EppingCamp road, on the east by the -..r . :::, on the west by T: population, which S.istributed over the ::o :.. :c.nt. 3,325 persons. ; :. whici~ are too trivial to to ? ih'e State Govern :,e: .: . - .re settled by the n??c-- council consists .2 ±ire .men, who are S ottcf he ratepayers of the -. h.?: the four ridings of - , S A:: hforang, Yan Yean an...
Dividing £600 Grant. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
. Dividing £600 Grant. At the Whittlesea councilmieeting on Wednesday the allocation of the grant for unemployed created a lot of discussion. Cr Murphy advocated going on with the proposal to spend £300 on Eden Park and £300 on-Brennan's Hill. _ Cr Clarke favored Kinglake or Thomastown Settlement. Cr Thomas pointed, out that the en gineer said Kinglake road came. under the developmental scheme. The quick er the money was taken, the better. OCr Mitchell said the money was most needed at Kinglake. Or Downie said that amount would be no use there. Cr Butler explained that the King lake people suggested spending the money where it would be most useful. The President said Mr Everard, M.L.A, had suggested to him to send in a" list of the amounts and where ,they were to be spent, and he felt sure the Minister would approve of them. . Cr Hurrey suggested spending the money elsewhere than Yan Yean. They had enough for Brennan's I lill, Cr Clarke moved that £200 be for Thomastown.-Cr Thomas s...
NOCTURNAL RAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
NOCTURNAL RAIDS. Stray cows at Elthano are causing many people much trouble. Most good-maunnered cows-stop at home, but apparently some of these quadrupeds are not content with .merely roaming the streets, but break into paddocks and orchards. One person bad the tops consumed of his fruit, which were showing great promise. 'The pity of it is that most of these beasts make nocturnal raids, and therefore the c.,ances of detection are small. It is hoped that the council offi cer. will see fit to take action in connection with there four-legged offenders.
ELECTRIC TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
ELECTRIC TRAIN. - It has.been officiay reported that a trial electric train will be run on the Elthama Heidelberg line on Febriuary 23 uanid apfail se vice instituied on March I. This service will supply a much-needed want, and.enable the districts served to make noresatisfac tory progress. M3r Barber (secretary of the Eltham and Glen Park Progress Associa tion) is arranging for representatives 'of other progress societies in the district .to meet de:egates from his association so as recommendations re train running can be submitted to the Inspector of Electric Trains. It is anticipated that many of the suggestions will be adopted.
Evidence for Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Evidence for Railways. The Hon. -W..:McPherson, M.LA. (Treasurer), has promised to visit the: Kinglake district, with a view to. inspecting :the roads ir that quarter, after: he has 'completed hi ttrip into Gippsland. Itinerary of Railway Standing§Committee is'as, follows : Evidence to be taken on Monday;?5th March at Hirstbridge, at 3.30 :p.i.; Tuesday, 6th, at Strathewen ?10.30 a.m.,. Queenstown, 3 p.m.; Wednes day, 7th. Yarra Glen, 11 a.m.;saime day, at Toolangi House, 3.30.pjn.;: T'hursday, 8th, Kinglake East; 1030 a.m., afterwards inspection of coun try,. thence to Whittleses in-evening.'; Friday, 9th, Flowerdale, 11 ari., -Kinglake W. 3 p.m. Saturday, 10tth, ScrubbyCreek, 10.30 a.m.
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Hurstbridge v. Christmas Hills. Christmas Hills.—1st innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPIETITION. Hurstbridge v. Christmas Hills. Christmas Hills.-lst innings. E. Muir, b Verso ... 0 A. Still, b Verso ... 0 E. Jackson. b Vero ..... 6 S. Irvin, c Mills, b Verso ... 3 .l Darie, b Verso- ... _ ...0 E. Panelli, b Wilson _ ... 1 A. Love, c Wilson, h Verso ... 2 WV. Saville. b Wilson ... 2 F. Lewis, c Moore, b Wilson - ... O0 T. Young, run out ... 1 S. Younr. not out ... . ... 0 Sundries .. ... 2 17 Bowling.-Verso. 6 for 4; \Vilson, 3 for 3; Milne, 0 for 8. 2nd Innings. Muir, not ont. ... - ... 6 Jackson, b Verso .. . .. 13 Irwin, c Atkins, b Wilson... ... 3 Davie, b Wilson ... ... 2 Still, b Wilo ...... 0 Sundries ...... 2 Foul wickets for 26 Bowling.-Verso, I for 4; Wilson,3 for 20. Hnrstbridge. D. Shanhun, b Jackson ... ... 2 M. Verso, b Irvin ... .. . 6 J. Moore, thrown out .. ... 17 J. Mills, b Jackson... ... 0 C. Wilson, b Jaokson ... ... 0 A. Verso, b Irwin . . 41 .1. Cox, b Jackson ... 6 F Milue..b Jackson ... .-0 VW. Sinclair, b Irwin .-. ....
Hurstbridge Girls' Club. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Hurstbridge Girls' Club. The ball held at Hurstbridge by the Girls' Club, in aid of the AMemorial Park, on January 1, 1923, was a'great i success.. There was a.large attendnice from surrounding districts, as wellas' -numerous. visitors- from:: -elbourne. The hall- was prettily decorated with club colors and greenery. On the stage the elder follk were catered for with card tables. - .Novelty dances-confetti and balloon dances and flirtation waltzes-played quite a large part in the success, seeming to ma';e everybody fr'endly and sociable. Supper, provided ly ladies of the district, was handed round about 11.30; and was much enjoyed.- The Memorial Park com mittee supplied doorkeepers and M.C., and they did their work very- effi ciently. Mirs Luckman and violinist supplied the music, which was perfect. Dancing was indulged in till three o'clock, when all drifted homewards after spending a very enjoyable New Year's Night--just like the old New Year balls, so it was said-quite a complime...
WATER MAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
WATI?R MAIN. The extension of the water main through Bible and Brougham streets is nearing com pletion, and one man at least is glad of the fact. It is reported that he carried sixty' tins of water to put on his garden I. The exr tension of the 'scheme will serve approxi mately twenty properties.
Eltham. THE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Eltham. T'HE SFORTS. (FROM OURI CORRESPONDENT.). .The entries for the sports. meetingito-be? held- to.mdrrow, are very large,--and the;I quality right. The park has become av?er itable home of -'the knights of.the.spikell' shoe" and "prads" of. every 'description. One horse had the misfortune to collide with a tree the .other evening, but fortu nately no damage was done--except to the . tree. Many trotters train in the twvilight, and it is a"rmatter of cougratulationnto. the riders that more similar accidents have npt: occurred. Mr Birchall, the energetic secre-? tary, has had rather a stienuous timne, and' he will be perhaps the gladdest man whei' the thing is over.- Given an'ideal day, the meeting will eclipse all records, and in any, case it will be well worth a visit.
Indignation Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Indignation- Meeting. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) One of th- largest public meetings -ever.held in Greensborough took place in the local hall on-Monday evening, 8th J,.nuary, to"express indignation at the treatment accorded to two of the council's roadmen, namely, Messrs Richards and Purcell. Ex-Cr. Price occupied the chair. . Mr Parcell is one of the principal. supporters of a vidowed mother who lost a sonin the great war, and it was felt. in that case it was particularly hard the dismissal notice should have been issued on Christmas Eve. The councillors for the riding had 1 been invited to attend, but Cr Leach was delayed in the city, preventing his appearance, whilst Cr Santon, who attended, apologised for Cr White, as he had only received notice of the meeting that afternoon. It was significant that .the notice convening the indignation meeting was posted up on.Friday evening and Purrell re started work before 8 o'clock on Saturday morning-,truly a won derful piece of smartness for ...
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Methodist COhirch Services Methodist 'Church'??ervices will be held as follows:: SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1923.... Diamond-Creek, 11 a.m., Mr Johns; 7.15 p.m.; Mr Collom Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m., Mr Collom Cottle's Bridge, 3 p.m., Mr Johns Hurstbridge, 7 15 p.m., Mr McWiggin Panton Hill, 7.15 p.m;, Mr Johns Wattle Glen, 7 15 p.m., MrDobson
Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Church- Services. Church of England Services will be held as follows : SUNDAY, JANUARY 14. 2nd Sunday after Epiphany. Kinglake, 2.30 p.m.-'Holy Communion). Panton Hill, 3.30 p,nm. Queenstown, 7.30p:m. Hurstbridge, 7 p.m . Ra. . A. AP. Cnase, B.A., Rey:4. Selwyn Chase.