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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
W\ITANTED.-Girl; housework and wait V ing.-Apply, MRS. Ewims, Dorset House, Hurstbridge. Phone 5. LORRY, in good order, carry 30 cwt., pole and shafts, £27.-E. LEWIS, Hurstbridge. L OST.-Between -Eltham and Greens borough, Black Fox Fur.-Mrs Wip pell, Clifton Grove, Ivanhoe, or this office. OR SALE.-One of I Edison's Home Phonographs, in good order, with 100 Records, for £10, records worth money; Set Jinker Harness, £2; Hames and Chains; Steelyards, new, 10s; Potato Fork; Shoemaker's Iron Last; Miner's Mortar and Dolly; 1-gal Demijohn.-NAIRNE, King-. lake. ELTHAM SPORTS. HUGE ENTRIE&lt;. Saturday, January 13, 1923 Admission is Id. Concert in Evening. The Girls' Club WTILL hold a Grand FANCY DRESS VV BALL in Hurstbridge Hall on. JANUARY 29TH, 1923. Prizes and full particulars next issue. Luckman's Band. Supper. Proceeds in aid Memorial Park. EDITH E. MILLS, Hon. Sec. H. S. Hammet, Sworn Valuer and Commr. for Afidavits, Fairfield and Ivanhoe. OUSE AND FARM SALESMAN -.LJ AND -A...
Whittlesea Shire Council, MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Whittlesea Shire Council, MONTHLY MEETING. The councillors met at Mernda on Wednesday. Present :-Crs. B. McCormack (president), Thomas, But ler, Morgan, Clarke, Murphy, Browne, .Mitchell, Cornfoot, Downie, Hurrey and Reid. CORRESPONIDENCE. Public Works Depaitrment, re vote for constructibrn of roads in Thomas town settlement-£200o. Country Roads Board, enclosing a letter from the Education Department with reference to the channel on-Whit tlesea Kinglake road. Expense has already been incurred in removing the fence -nearer to the school (Scrubby Creek).-Engineer to inspect. Railway Department, stating that the Commission have approved of limited quantities of cream being for warded by the Sunday train from' Whittlesea, subject to ordinary parcel rates being charged, instead of the usual charge of half parcels rates on week days.-Received. Amess and - Clarkson, solicitors, re cheque for £36 17s 6d-appeal case .re Mair. M r Sabelberg, stating thatsthe appeal court has been fixed for Sa...
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Diamond Creek. (FROM 'OUR CORRESPONDENT) We regret to report the death of Miss Harriet Patterson, who died suddenly at the Sutherland Home on Suniday afternoon. The deceased was a.single woman of .73 years of ace, and had hbeeu employed at the home for the past 12 months as a nurse. On Sunday she accompanied- a number of children to church at St. Helena, and on going up the hill she complaine about shortness of breath. She sat down for a while, and was afterwards conveyed to the Home. Dr Corduer was sent for, whb .soon after re ported that she was dead. Constable Rose. reported the matter to the Coroner, who gave an. order for burial. - The friends of our well known contractor (Mr Otto Leirse) will regret-to learn that hae met with a very painful accident -early on Saturday morning. H6 was taking out his horse, when the cart knocked his leg and broke one of the bones... He was attended by Dr Cordner, and is now as wvell as can be expected. As ydur local correspondent was going aroun...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, JANUARY 12, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
THE ýlthamn Aid Whtteiotat hirei rlu erti ex AND Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, JANUARY 12, 1923. Local and General. The balance-sheet of the Whittle sea Shire Coancil appears on page 4. In the statement of receipts cheques outstanding should be X200 13s 6d instead of £200 3s 6d. Clinton's Heidelberg Motor Gar age advertises prices f6r Ford cars. Mr H. S. Hammet, house and farm salesman, Fairfield, inserts a notice in this issue: The Eltham shire council meeting will be held on .Monday next, when tenders close for re-grading a road at Eltham, erection of bridge at Kay lock's, fencing at Eltham and M?ot chell's deviation, and formation and excavation on the Yarra-Glen-Too langi road. Mr Albert-A. Haynes, auctioneer,. Greensbdrough, advertises a sale, un under instructions frob?iMr.W. West, of rich creek flats, also house ad?d19 a acres of land, to be held.on the pro-. perty of - the late :.r R; West, El tham, on Saturday, January 27, at 3.30 p.m. Plans, &c., ma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Tomato Plant9: XA7 G. GRAY can supply Orange Prolific ChalksE. Jewel ... 3s per 103 Indomitable .... 5/6 per trav Klondine Red ... 25/ per 1000 Mikado . Allwood ... J. The LATTER of my owu RAIsrNG.. Owing to heavy booking orders the above varieties will not be ready for delivery un til Second week of NOVEMBER. CASH ON DELIVERY W, G. GRAY, .- ALLWOOD NURSERIES - Hurstbridge. The "1Blue Gum " SODA FOUNTAIN, CONFECTIONERY, CAKESI', PASTRY. MAIN. ROAD (OP. RAIL.WAY STATION) is In(.w open. FINEST QUALITY GOODS ONLY ARE STOCKED . Gillett Builder & Contractor, ELTHA-M PLANS SPECIFICATIONS SUPPLIED. Ray Rogers; Builder and 8.Contractor, PANTON HILL: Building and. all Classes of General. Wbod Work S carried, out. All Work Gu aranteed. PRICES RIGHT. ESTIMATES. GIVEN' Also AGENT for the . Queensland Insurance Coy:' WHER "?' GOOD FURNITURE COSTS LESS. Now is the time to visit the Collingwood Furniture Arcade. Conie and see the Gallery of Six Model Furnished Rooms. Come and see the new C...
Beauty Spots of the Plenty Valley. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Beauty Spots of the Plenty , Valley. (By MERNDA). We have many beauty spots along the Valley of the Plenty in the Wliit tlesea Shire, to say nothing of those in the Shire of Heidelberg. The first to be reached from the city is at-Jane field, whore it -is very. pretty and soothing. The southern portion of the Janefield estate is now used as a soldiers' settlement North of that is the prettily situated property of Miss B. B. Reid, " Blossom Park." The scenery along the river is very beauti ful, and the estate is well worth a visit, where the genuine visitor is sure of a welcome if he first communicates with the genial and hospitable pro prietor. Travelling still further north, we reach "'Riveiside," the beautiful home of Ryan Bros., one of the most pic turesque spots in Victoria-a spot' where thousands of people have held picnics. This spot has only to be seen to be admired. Following the winding course of the river, we pass the properties of Messrs Crozier and the Le Page Bros., the ...
SHIRE OF WHITTLESEA. Annual Statement of Accounts FOR Year Ended 30th September, 1922. Statement of Assets and Liabilities. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
SSH IRE. OF WOITITLE SE "-A. S Annual Statement of Accounts FOR ear Ended 30th September, 1922. . , _ Statement. of Assets and Liabilities. ASSETS. LIABILITIES. Arrears of Rates £497 19 9 Contracts ... .. ... ... £859- 3 8 Pan Fees ,. . . 63 8 3 Contractors' Deposits ... ..: ... 73 12 6 "Cash in Hand... 4 2 3 ound Trust .. ... . ...29 4 3 Minicipal Fund 10982 13 4 Commercial Bank ... ... ... 2980 6 7 State Savings Bank ... ... ... 4800 0 0 Overpaid into -Bank ... ... ... 1 3 Country Roads' Board Permanent Works 1359 15 3 Country Roads Board Maintenance .. 1446 0 1 £11548 3 7 £11548 3 7" - Statement of Rates. A GENERAL RATE of One Shilling and-Ninepence in the Pound to 30th September, 1922. Arrears fl.ing. Valuation. Amount Amount - Amount I Brought Arrears Total of Rate. Collected. Uncollected. Forward Paid Arrears W ITTLESA .... £10432 0 0 £91216 0 £864 14 5 £48 1 7 £10013 1 £89 011 £5913 9 YA'i YEAN .. 10377 0 0 907 19 9 900 5 2 7 14 7 47 1 9 37 0 3 17 16 1 In oRA;NG .. 8614 0 0 7...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
S, Hendersoni VATISHIES 'o notify the Pullic that he haI oc:,nmen,,ced a WEEELY V . SERVICE from MELBOURNE to PANTON. HILL via Die ,mnud Creek, £le ery Monday.. Lo.ds up to Tw, Tons-30. per ton. Correspondence Promptly Attended to. Picnic Pa ties. Tains Met.: Annitcss:--".TI'E DELL." (next Goldman's), Panton Hill. Alf. Johnson, (LATE A.I:P.) ORDERS BEGS to announce that he has LARGE STOCK taken over the Post Office Store CALLED FOR at Arthur's Creek, and hopes by strict OF GROCERIEE, attention to Business to merit a fair AND share of patronage. BRAN AND DFLIVERED. - A, A TRIAL SOLICITED. POLARD. * SATISFACTION GUARANVbED. Post Office Store,. ARTHUR'S CREEK. - 4 . E thank you for your splendid Christmas patronage We have enjoyed with [you the thankful spirit I' and rejoicing that has been apparent in i __ all. We also thank you for the liberal ' support accorded to us during the past j? :year,-and assure you that everything , . - o ;"" t?4E J • possible will be done to maintain the =...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D. NICHOLSON W7TISHES to inform the Residents of the District, that he has purchased the above Business from Alr. C. IW. Col Drapery, Clothing, Etc. 'We specialise in Suiis io Measure: Satis faction Guaranteed. Large Range of Samples to Choose from.. A TRIAL ORDER SQLICITED. Hurstbridge Bakery. W. BODEY W ISHES to notify the Public of Hurstbridee and Surrounding District that he has purchased 1Mr Oliver's Business, and having a First-class Baker is in a position to supply a Good Loaf of Bread. B,own Bread and Small Goods a Specialty. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HURSTBRIDGE. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. CR1 CKE T ./IA TERI.- L At your Service for Mutual Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. Phone 10876 _ c:? iC 3?.'?-T CI 7B ~iUPPLIED c'omplete-BATs, BALLS, LEG GUARDS. STUJIPS, GLOVES, MATTINGS, BAT REPAIRS a specialty New Blades BLADES REPAIRED, SPLICED and BOUND. New Handl...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 12 January 1923
Birth. PETTERSON.-On December 24, 1922, at "Bethesda," the wife of C. W. Petter son (late A.I.F.), a son-Noel John. Bereavement. MRS W. MORRIS and FAMILY de- &nbsp; sire to express their heartfelt &nbsp; Thanks to all kind relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, and personal visits, and floral tributes during their re- cent sad bereavement, especially thanking Constable Sargent, Mr L. Fitzsimons, and Mr S. Morris.; also Messrs Taylor and Son for the funeral arrangements. Main Road Eltham. &nbsp; January 9, 1923.
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, JANUARY 19, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
THE' ithm.ýAU altnd "i;httiesa ShftinS AND. Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, JANUARY 19, 1923. Local and General. A report of the Eltham sports ap pears on page 4. A notice is inserted with reference to Cockbill's high grade manurei:. At Clinton's Heidelberg'motor ga rage Standard touring cars-are for sale at £225. A social in aid of the Qneenstown oricket club will be held in, the hall on February 2, for which good mu sic will be provided. Mr M. Moreland, of Dandenong, has purchased the Hurstbridge bak ery business from Mr Bodey, and will continue it on the same pro gressive lines. A poster ball will be held in the Doreen hall on Monday, January 29, the proceeds being in aid of the hall funds. Good prizes are offered, and Hoffman's band will supply the music. T'he following are the dates on which the P.M. will attend the El tham Court of Petty Sessions: January 30, February 27, March 27, April 24,. May 22, Jine 19, July 17;" August 14, September 11; October 9, December...
AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
AUCTION SALES. Mr Albert A. Haynes, the Greens borough auctioneer, will hold his usual fortnightly market on Monday next, for which there is a special en try of furniture. On Tuesday next he will hold. an unreserved clearing sale at Kanga roo Ground on Felmingham's pro perty at 2 o'clock, and will also sell (on account of Mr Koenig) a week end home, on the main' road. On Wednesday, January 24, he will sell at the vicarage, Diamond Creek, on account of the Rev. W. Pattison, furniture, motor car, cow and sundries. The sale of the property in the es tate "of the late R. West will take place on January 27.
CLEVER FRENCH ROAD RUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
CLEVER FRENCH ROAD RUSE. It was necessary recently to move: a large body of French troops. across an open place between two comiuni cation trenches which were more than 'half a mile apart. A large corps of :artists were given the task of paint ing.a long strip of canvas to repres .eat a road. This accomplished, the work of erecting- the canvass on poles over the real road commenced: When the covering was in place the long column of troops were marched be neath it in safety and without obse vation by the enemy. It was only in3 the early mnornings -and late in the afternoons that the passage could not be employed. At those times the shadows of the. moving troops show ed on the canvass like dark blotches, and might have aroused the suspicion of enemy airmen. At all bther times throughout the day, however, the de ception was complete. The canvass locked like the road it covered, and it was impossible for airmen to de' tect the diiierence.
Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
Eltham. (FROM31 OUR CORRESPONDENT). .. The second half of the matches. in the Eltham 'district cricket associa tion will be resumed to-morrow. The fixL? .a are: Greensborough v. El tham, and Montmorency v. Diamond Creek, the matches being played on the firsa-named grounds. At the next meeting of the association the team which. Will play against the North Riding Shire of Eltham Cricket As sociation will be selected. The sec retail (QMr D. McColl) anticipates that a fairly representative team will be able to make the trip. Messrs R. Scdtt and E. Orford killed a: large tiger snake the other day. " It was of unusual thickness, and its well-fed appearance incited their curiosity so much that theycaut it open, and found the .cause of its, obesity was a young rabbit, which had been swalloWed whole. I On Saturday last Mr H. Sandars, of Glen Park, Eltham, was horrified to see his little son holding a snake in his hand. Seeing that the child was in danger of-being bitten 'at any moment, he ca...
MINE EXPLODING BY WIRELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
MINE EXPLODING BY WIRELESS. From France came news a few - -weesj? go of success in the art of :exploding ocean ?min by wireless im pulses,. but the news was received with suspicion. N;y we have an offi cial report by United States Consul, Benj, F. Ohase, of Leghorn, Italy, that he personally witnessed two suc cessful explosions of mines in the bay by -wireless impulse. He states that' Manrico Compare, inventor, operated -the mine at a distance of 2,500 feet, .with many intermittant obstructions. There are strong probabilities that jthe wireless controlled mine will still .make. its appearance in the present war.
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
Diamond Creek. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). The friends of Mr. Page, the well known farmer of St. Helena, will regret to learn that he met with a very painful accident when carting in some hay. He 'slipped off the load and fell on his arm, splintering the bone. He was attended to by Dr. Cordner, and, although very painful, it is progressing as well as can be expected. CHICKEKS. A young soldier, having brought home a !young wife from the other side, started housekeeping, so he bought a broody hen and set it un beknown to his wife, and when the chickens arrived he said: " Come along, dear, and see what has arrived." They went down the orchard a little way. a.nd in the hedge were thirteen lovely chickens. She was in raptures over them, and, turning to her husband, said: " How will we feed them ?" He (the brute) said:. "Well, my dear, you go to town and buy thirteen chicken feeding-bottles." She said: "They will be a bother." He said: "Oe, no; you only have to fill them and place thei min ...
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. LONG FLIGHTS BY BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
SFROM VAfnIUs 581SE LONG FLIGHTS BY BIRDS. r A thruh was caught at Southport .recently with a ring on its leg, mark ed "Inform, Witherby, High Holborn, London.' Mr. Holborn, who is the editiir of 'British Bir:s,' has, since 1910, had 75,000 birds so marked in the hope of? iearning something :about.. their travels. A swallow ringed in -Lancashire was found seven months later at Grahamstown, South Africa,, 6,000 miles away. A "lenser black backed gull,'" ringed at the Farn. Is - lands, off Northumberland, was found eight months later ,-at :8t..t.Louisi, Senegal; and a black-bird ringed in London, was.found in Moseow a few -weeks afterwarde. It would seem the birds are greater travellers than most of .us- imagine.
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
Methodist Church. Services - Methodist Church Services will be held as follows : SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 1923. Diamond Creek, 11 a.nm., Mir Crocker ; 7.15 p.m., Mr Crocker Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m., Mr Crocker. Cottle's Bridge, 3 p.m., Mr Collom Hurstbridge, 7.15 pm;, fir Freeman ranck's Corner, pp m., Mir W. Campbell Panton Hill, 7.15 p.m.; .fir Collom Wattle Glen, 7 15 p.m., Mr Rose
Panton Hill v. Kangaroo Ground. Kangaroo Ground—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
Pantpn Hill v. Kangaroo Ground. Kangaroo Ground-lst Innings. R" Norman, not out ... -... 70 Cassell,.b Motschall ... 0 W. Norman, b Cracknell ... ... 0 Morris, b Cracknell ... 0 Butterworth, c J. Howard, b Cracknell... 13 Stevenson, run out... ... 8 Trim, b Motschall ... ... 6 0. Lacey, c and b Harryman ... 0 D. Lacey, b Plnnkett ... ... 12 McMahon, b Motschall ... 12 Lawrence, b Cracknell ... ... 1 Byes ... ... 15 132 Bowling--Motschall, 3i"or 43 ;Oracknell, 4 for 34 - Harryman, I for 12 ; Plunkett, I for 15; L. Howard, 0 for 13. 2nd Innings. R. Norman, not out ... .... 51 Stevenson, b V. Smith ... 0 McMahon, a sub., b Smith ... 4 A. Cassell, a J. Howard, b Cracknell 9 Trim, st Williams, b Plunkett ... .68 0. Lacey. c L. Howard, b Cracknell 10 D. Lacey, b Cracknell ... ,.. 0 Morris, b Cracknell- ... .4 W. Norman, c Sublet, b Cracknell .. 0 Lawrence, o Williams, b Cracknell . 0 Byes ... ... ... 6 100 Bowling;-Motschall, 0 for 26; Smith, 2 for 18 ? Cracknell, 6 for 39; Plunkett,'l fo...