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NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Hurstbridge v. Christmas Hills. Christmas Hills—1st innings 17. 2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
NORTH RIDING. COMPETITION. Hurstbridge v. Christmas Hills. Christmas Hills--1st innings 17. 2nd Innings. E. Muir, c Wilson,.b Sinclair .,. 17 Jackson, b Verso ... 13 Irwin, c Atkins, b Wilson ... .3 Davie, b Wilson ... ... 2 Still, b Wilson .. .. Fanelli, bit wicket, b Wilson ... 6 Young, c Wilson, b Mills ... 3 Saville, b Wilson ... .. -.8 Love, b Milne' ... ... 2 Lewis, c'Mills, b Shanhun" .. 27 Sundries ... ... 87 Bowling.-Wilson, 5 for 44 ; A. Verso, I for 4; Shanhun. 1 for 1; Mills; 1 for 12; Milne, 1 for II; H. Sinclair, 1 for 9. Hurstbridge-lst Innings 85. 2nd Innings. J. Moore, c Still, b Panelli .,, 7 D. Shanhun, not out, . 11 M. Verso, notout ... .. 3 Sundries .... ... 2 1 wicket for: 23 Bowling--Irwi?; 0 for 5,; Panielli.-1 ?fi 5; Yonung, 0 for. . Draw for Jantiary'.2l and 27. - Quneen'stown v. Hurstbridge. Arthur's Creek v. Panton Hill. Christmas Hills v. Kangaroo Ground. Kinglake a bye. All matches to be played on the ground of the club first named.
Cricket. NORTH RIDING SHIRE OF ELTHAM CRICKET ASSOCITION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
Cricket. NORTH RIDING SHIRE OF ELTHAM CRICKET ASSOCITION. A meeting to select teams for asso. ciation matches against the Eltham District Association on A.N-A. Day, and the Whittlesea Shire Association on February 10 was held at Queens town last Wednesday evening. Three clubs only were represented, Messrs J. J. Mills, C. T. Harris and C. H. Peake forming the committee. The Christmas Hills club failed to forward names of players to the secretary, so that club will not have representation in either match. The match against Eltham district association on Monday, 29th January will commence at 11 a.m. The teams will adjourn for luncheon at 12.30, and will be entertained to dinner at the Wattle Dining Rooms after the match. It is expected that the presi-, dent of the association (Cr H. Hewitt) will preside. Cricket enthusiasts de sirous of being present at the dinner should forward their names to the secretary (Mr C, T. Harris) by Thurs day, Jan. 25. The team selected is : W. Laidlay, E. ...
Doreen v. Yan Yean. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
Doreen v. Yan Yean. The above match was played at Doreen on Saturday, Jan. 12, and ended in a draw. Doreen. M. Bassett, c, b Olney ... ... 38 Allen, b Welsh ... 13 L. W. Clarke, c, b M'Kenzie ... 7 A. Christian, b Olney ... 8 M. Smith, b Olney ... .. 83 Ev. Bassett, not out ... 25 Sundries ... 4 Innings closed, 5 for 178 Bowling.-Olney, 3 for 36; McKenzie, l , for 60 ; Wilson, I for 13. Yan Yean. Woods, not out ... ... 48 Blair, b Smith * •.. ... 2 Rodgers, b Bassett ... ... 22 Wilson, b Allen ... . ... 16 McKenzie, not out ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... 8 3 wickets for 98 Bowling.-M. Smith, L"for 12 ; E. Bassett, 1 for 12 ; Allen, I for 12. Scores are badly recorded in the books. Position of Clubs at End of First Round. Hurstbridge, 26 points ; Arthur's Creek, 18; Queenstown, 18; Kinglake, 18 ; Panton Hill, 6 ; Kangaroo Ground, 6 ; Christmas Hills, 6.
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COMPETITION. Doreen v. South Morang. Played at Doreen on Saturday, Jan. 6. Doreen. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COMPETITION. Doreen v. South Morang., Played at Doreen on Saturday, Jan. 6. Doreen. Allen, b Junor ..... 12 P. Nelson, b Ferguson ... 1 B. Bassett, b Walsh ... .. 16 M. Bassett, b Walsh ... - 19 M. Sinith, run out . .. ... 28 A. Christian, b LePage ... 28 Ev. Bassett, not out ... ... 7 W. Christian, not out 1" Sundries ... .;. 2 Innings closed, 6 wickets for 114 South Morang. Junor, b Smith ... .. 7 Walsh, b Smith ... ... 28 W. Le Page, b Smith ... ... 8 Ferguson, b Smith... . ... 0 Armstrong, b Nelson . ....... 2 E. Le Page, b Smith ... O R. Smith, not out .., ..; 5 P. Le Page, run out ... 2 King, b Smith ... ... 0 Byes ..;; . .. 3 55 Bowling.-P. NelsonR 1 for 21 ; M. Smith, 6 for 31, Won by Doreen by 59 runs.
Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
Tennis, A match between.Arthur's Creek. Central and the Hurstbridge clubs was played at Hurstbridge last Satur day, the home team winning by the small majority of 5 games. Scores: Men's Doubles. T. Cooke and C. Harris (H.B.) de feated J. and G. Murphy (A.C.), 8-5. T. Cox .and E Chamberlain (H.B.) defeated A. Steer and G. Murphy (A.C.). 8-5. Ladies' Doubles. Misses L. Buck and E. Everitt (H:B.). lost to M esda . Pitt and J. Murphy (A.OC.), 2-6. Misses R. Thompson and M. Buck (H1.B.) lost to Mrs J. Murphy and Miss V. Murphy (A:C.), 1-6. Mixed Doubles: T. Cooke and Miss L. Buck (H.B.) defeated Gondon 'Murphy and Mrs Pitt (A C.), 6-0. H C. Harris and Miss R. Thompson (B.B.) defeated J. Murphy and Mrs Pitt (A.O.), 6-3,; T. Cox and Miss E. Everitt (H,B.) lost to George Murphy and Mrs J. Murphy (A.C.), 2-6. E. Chamberlain and Miss Buck (H.B..) deeated A. Steer and Miss V. Murphy (A.O.), 6-3, Hurstbridge, 5 sets 39 games; Ar th~ir's Creek 'Central, 3 sets 34 games,
MORANG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
MORANG MARKET.: Adamson, Strettle and Co. Pty, Ltd. report holding their fortiightly sale (last Monday, 16th inst., when they had a full yarding of both cattle and pigs. As is usual at this time of the year, the cattle consisted mostly of dairy sorts, and yesterday's market was no exception to the rule, including, as it did, some very good forward :springers, which sold from £10/10/- to £14/5/-. There is no improvement to note in the value of dry cattle or young stock. Pigs.-This section was well re presented, 118 being penned, chiefly. young 'sorts. The demand was not too-lively, still we were able to make a clearance. Porkers to 54/,, slips to 43/-, suckers ranging from 8/- to 25/.. ,. Mr A. Wilkinson, Diamond Creek' motor garage, inserts a revised price list for cars. Any one willing to assist the But' 1::: ton day appeal, on March 9, in aid of the W the Women's Hbspital, are requestod: ' to send in their names as early as possible. -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
ELEPHANT BRAND Arsenate OF Lead HE quality of EL?EPHANT BRAND SABSFENATE still stands dvell above all others -as demonstrated by the .1921 tests of the: Department of ':Agriculture; S8A., The fineness or suspension quality 'ofT Eleph'nt. Brand being far ahead of all others either locally, manufactured or, im ported 10d Ib,:Jn -cwt. lots. DIAMOND, ;VALLEY ;PACEING SHED. DIAMOND CREEK COOL STORES. OR R. WiLK NSON?:.; , . HUiISTBBIDGE. , * "" 1VM.U.,JLO .O.F . Loyal Caledonia Lodge; No. 5716, Hurstbridge. The Largest and Richet Frilendty Society in Victoria. . BENEFITS to be derived by joining : Doctor and Medicine., immediately on Joining.., ' - Sick Pay at .Os per week for 26 weeks. ,, ,, at 13s 4d ,, ,, 2nd 26 weeks.. And 10s per week for continuous sickness after 12 months until recovery; six months after joining,? C Funeral Pay, '.20, anid £10 fdr wife 1 month after initiation. This is the' only Society in the World whtel - pays lOs per week after 12 months' stckness until recover...
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
THE CONCERT. As a fitting termination of a pleasant day, -a concert was held in the public hall in the evening, when there was a very fair attendance. The performers who arrived to give the concert pro gramme had . a disappointment, and much more so the audience, for M?adame Richardson, who is so well known in the district was taken sud denly ill, and had to be taken home to Heidelberg by car, and a doctor suni moned. However, true artists have al ways a repertoire to draw on, and Madame Grime, Mr. Townley,: the magician, and the accompaniste, Miss Ethel Croker (all from Ivanhoe), Mr. *Hardman (Heidelberg), and Mr. Cross ley (Albert Park), had no difficulty in giving a first-class entertainment Madame Grime, -MRr, Townley. and Mr. Hardman sang "The Madrigal," "Memory," "Strauige Adventure," and "'Regular Royal Queen" in finished style. Messrs. Hardnman and.Townley sang several duets, including "Tenor and Baritone," and Mr. Townley also sang With' -Iadame Grime in ,5'That's the Time ...
ELTHAM'S GALA DAY. ATHLETICS AND TROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
ELTHA ;,,' .A -DAY. ATHLETICS TRQ ING. ý One of the best countfn gatherings held this summer within 40 miles of Melbourne took place in the Eltham Park on Saturday lastwhlen between 2000 and-3000 assembled, and they were favored with ideal weather con -ditions. - Elt-ham is fortunate in hav ing 50 acres.of park land on the banks of the Diamond Creek, which fiowsa little further on into the Yarra River. There is ample shelter in the grounds, but a few more seats underneath some .of,Lthe bigtrees, w 1ia'-1ia et ~"en a? boon to many people on Saturday. The track used for the trotting events is the same one that was used fifty years ago, whenr~ iacemeetings used'to be held there, and Cr. E. Andrew's father was secretary of the club. The Athletic Club's meeting of 1923 was as successful- as anyone, could wish, and, in addition to a large mem bership, the gate returns were between £40 and £50. The entries for the Dis trict Handicap totalled. 21, Sheffield Handicap 45, 75 Yards Sprint 48, ...
REVIVAL OF A DEAD INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
REVIVAL OF A DEAD INDUSTRY.. Charcoal "burners" are.: busy...:in England just- now- .making.. charcoal,. which will be -burned; in the trenches: next ?winter. Until the war broke out this :craft was almost dead-the mai in the- woods, who sat, and ?glirded his smoulderinig pile, had;all but ceas ed to :exist. Btt t'lie calling, was cluiely -revived. In the woods of'-ir rey and Kent solitary figures are to be sn` who cut the wood, place it up in heaps,. and, after covering the mouids with turf, set light to itfrmm within." In this condition is smould ers ;or days, until the '`'brner,"' re moving the turf, puts an "nd to the calcining..process. Cha.rcoal prDared in this %Way is more lasting than that .prepared at the taciories.. Many thQusand ot. ons of charcoal ha: btcn -buri-ed in the trenches siade the war began, and no small amount of this is prepreed in England wood lands. `'The ruddy, glowing brhaeii af fordsianu? told?. i omfort to oir me duringhlie `winter motbhs. "Johnny had` ...
THE PRIME MINISTER'S HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
THE PRIME MINISTIR'i S HOUSE. The wife c ,the Prime Minister, who recently drew aside- the- veil from one of the most painful domestic secrets associated with the official residence of the First Lord of the Treasury the fact that until Mr. Asquith took possession- of the premises it was without. a bathroom-might have gone a. step further un'-her revelations. Itis the fact that although, with few exceptions--and notably the late Marquis of Salisbury-successive. Premiers have resided within the walls of the historic building, the in conveniences of the place have by far outweighed the advantages gained by its geographical proximity to .the Palace of Westminister and the ad ministrative offices generally. It-was not-.until Sir Henry. Camp bell-Bannerman-' oecupied the house that a lift was erected, and. there hasi probably been no year since that im-. provements of some kind or another; have not been carried out; . echl- new occupant endeavouring to replace the 'omissions of his predec...
AEROPLANE AMBULANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
AEROPLANE AMBULANCES. The many uses to which aeroplanes hire .been put during the war are ha dly" known to the general public. toli ir other war weapons they have ben used to save life as well as to Cw troy it. Didring the Serbian re 't-at aeroplanes were, used as ambul a!es for the first time. Thirteen v-ounded men needed to be removed at once; several would lose their life !kn-es operated upon without delay. The jo"hrney over mountainous roads :o a coast hospital was beyond the strength of the men, so it was decid ei to carry thens to the Italian port cf Valano by aeroplane. One of the. .worst cases travelled over 200 miles thus, the pilot making one landing at Prizrend-to make sure that his rassenger was still alive..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
AX.OTOR CAE I GllT W. S. Henderson W1TISHES to notify the Public that he has commenced \a WEEKLY ?' :'SERVICE from 'MELBOURNE to PANTON HILL via Dia :mtond CGieek, every Monday. Loads up to Two Tons-80s. per ton. Correspondence Promptly Attended to. Picnic Parties. Trains Met. ADDREss:-" THE DELL" (next Goldman's), Panton Hill. Alf. Johnson, (LATE A.I.P.) ORDE ' BEGS to announce that he has LARGE STOCK I taken over the Post Office Store CALLED FOR at .Asthur's(vreekRsadUey ip ic F G RjOCEIES , attention to Business to merit a fair AND sbhare.of patronage. BRAN AND DFLIVERED. - TRIAL SOLICITED. POLLRD. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. POLLARD. Post Office :Store, ARTHUR'S CREEK. , +r W E thank you for your splendid .. ...-. " ' Christmas patronage. We have enjoyed with !you the thankful spirit and rejoicing that has been apparent in . all. We also thank you for the liberal h support accorded to us during the past, Syear, and assure you that everything i + possible will be done to maintain th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
Post Office Store. EURS.TBRID GE_. W ISHES to inform the Residents of the District that he has purchased the above Business from Mr. C. W. Col - lard, and has Full Stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crockery, 1Drapery, Clothing, Etc. We specialise in Suits to Measure. Satis. faction Guaranteed. Large Range of Samples to Choose from. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. Hurstbridge Bakery. -Mv. MORELAND -. W ISHES to notify the Public of Hurstbridge and Surrounding District that he has. purchased Mr Bodey's Business, and having-a First-class Baker is in a.position to supply a Good - Loaf of Bread. Biown Bread and Small Goods a-Specialty. "Wattle Oafe, RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. HU RSTBRI DG E. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. CRC1KE T .MAT TiERI. L At your Service for "Mutual Profit and Satisfaction. Fitzroy Sports Depot J. LEONARD, Proprietor. - -Phone.10876 .40, L=X ;_V---Z. 3B C UB iUPPLIED complete-BATS, BALLS, LEG GUARDS. STUIM'S, GLOVES, MATTINGS, BAT REPAIRS a sp.ec...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
W ANFED.-Girl; housework and wait ing.-Apply, Mas EwINS, Dorset House, Hurstbridge. Phone 5. SUCKING PIGS for sale at market price, ready now; also one ferret, good worker. Apply A. H. WHITe, Kan garoo Ground. TWO Prams and one Oak Sideboard-for sale. Apply Dobson, Diamond Creek. PUBLIC NOTICE. Think of this ! 10s Saved in Every £10 Spent. SOFFER to the Public of Hurstbridge and surrounding districts on all work executed by me. 5 PER CENT. DISCOUNT 5 PER CENT.'. For Spot Cash only. 2j per cent. Discount on all Monthly Ac's. Having procured the services of a first-class -TRMmaR and PAINTER and the addition of a large up-to-date -- .PAINT SHOP - I am competent to undertake all classes of such work RE-COVERING WAGGONS -HOODS AND CUSHINs under City Estimates. Motor Bodies, Trays with Hood or Canopy S specially catered for. All'.lasss of WHEELWRIGHTING & BLACK * . SMITHING. Prompt Delivery. Cut Prices. One Trial, ISatisfaction Guaranteed. D. G. GRAHAfI (4J years Fatrier-sgt. A.1....
Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16. (Before Messrs. John Bell, E. M. Smithers, and C. Wraight, J.P.'s). MOTOR CAR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
Eltham Police Court. TUEIDAX, JaNUart 16. (Before Messrs. John Bell, E. M. Smithers, and C. Wraight, J:P.'s). MoTOR CAR CASE. A. Wilkinson'v. F. Bell, claim for £22 10s, balance due on car. Mr Dean appeared for plaintiff and Mr Fraser for.defendant. Albert Wilkinson, of Diamond. -Creek, stated that he sold. Bell a Ford truck in July last for £220. Defendant had offered him £200, but he refused. The truck was being sold for Rolls, and witness told de fendant that. He received £100 on delivery of the truck, and £100 a month later, leaving a balaice of £20. There was only- one conver sation with defendant when the-price was.mentioned; and that Was in Mr Bell's yard. There was nothing said about the plrice being £180.. Gillies and Daff had sold the car to Rolls. Witness got £10 commission on the sale to Rolls. E. J. Rolls, 'rchardist,' of Diamond Creek, said he. asked Wilkinson to -sell the car ifor £220 cashl, and he • had authorised these proceedings. .In a conversation with Bell he t...
Eltham Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
Eltham Shire Council. MONTHLY MEETING. The councillors. met at Kangaroo Ground on Monday. Present: Crs Bradbury (president), Smedley, Hub bard, Andrew, Bath, Campbell, Shal lard, White, and Hewitt. CORRESPONDENCE. From Chief Commissioner of Police, approving of the appointment of Con stable Sargent as Inspector of Nui* sances -Received. Country, Roads Board, asking for report re the applica~tion of Mr. A. Woodman for the provision of three gates to give access to his paddock, - which has been cut off by the con struction of the Cottle's Bridge road. --Left to the engineer. Same; forwarding agreement for sig nature in connection with the pro vision of £2,000,000 by Parliament for C.R.B. work.-Agreement signed. Board of Health, forwarding a re port by Dr. Merrilees on the sanitary condition of Warrandyte, and asking what council proposes to do in the matter,.-To be informed that War randyte is not in this shire. Hill and Talbot, forwarding copy of a letter received from Mr Hargreaves ...
Yarra Glen Sanitation. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 19 January 1923
Yarra Glen Sanitation. The Board of Health wrote to the council, forwarding copy of a report received regarding the sanitary depot at Yarra Glen, and asking the coun- cil to remedy certain defects. A deputation of five members of the Yarra Glen Progress Society waited on the Eltham Shire Council on Mon- day last to protest against the recently acquired piece of land being used as a permanent sanitary depot. The sec- retary of the society read a resolution to that effect, which was passed at a meeting of fifty people. Mr Searl said he was outside the sanitary area, but he was interested in the township, and the depot was a menace to the health of the people. The President said the council is guided by the Public Health Depart ment. Mr Lawrey said he understood that ever since the soil has been deposited there milk people have protested, and it has only been allowed on sufferance. People are justified in moving heaven and earth to get it shifted. There is only one acre of it suited fo...
READ THEIR OWN OBITUARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 January 1923
RiEAD THILR -OWN OBFUARIFS. Certain German newspapers, by con tueing Earl Gray with Viscount. Gray, have given the 1itter an opportunity of reading his own obituary. TherQ have been many similar instances Among-.the distinguished people who have been "?biried" by the newepap ers before they were dead , may be ienticoned te late Count Tostri, the Rev. '. -Baring-Gould, and Dr. Ken anion, the present Bishop of Bath and Wells. -. Obituary notiees of the late C. H. - rookfield, playwright, and afterward play ceasor-appeared in two news papers years before he died. They afforded their subject marh- amns0 ment. - 'fBoth the .. newspapers in question," wrote Mr. BrookfdeM, i?e terring to the incident, "'sopie of 'me faI more kindly than I had any right to expect, and one finai;ed up by say ing : 'Never a great actor;: he was in valuable in small parts,' while the other - remarked 'in coanoasion, "But, after all, it is at his club that he will be_most missed." - Since the outset the Premier...
The POPE'S TRIPLE CROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 26 January 1923
The POPE'S TRIPLE CROWN. O iginally the tiara, or tripple. crown. of, the Pope was a plain high :cap, much like those in doses of Ven Ice no often represented in,. old pictures. It was first introduced by Pope Nicholas I in 860. Just when the first ooronet was ad kled is a matter of uncertiainty, but the second was placed by Pope Boni face VIII in 1295. and the third by Pope Utban about 1398. It has been :;held that the three crowns refer: to:the Holy.. Trinity, al though that; could not originally have been the .Ika, for. they ,wone certainly not have- been added :ne" after the other ?vith an .~nterven'ing period in each case of manry years. Some authorities contend that -they denote the three-fold royalty of the Bishop of R.ome, one being th6 symbol of the temporal power over the >Rn an states, another the sp3ritnal' e:, eacised over the souls of men, and the third the authority over all the kings and potentates of Christendom.