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Correspondence. WHAT'S WRONG WITH HURSTBRIDGE? (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

Correspondence. WHAT'S WRONG WITH HURSTBRIDGE? (To the Editor.) Sir.-I was pleased to see your timely article in last week's issue. Every progressive district in Eltham and Whittlesea Shires has a progress so ciety, and it is a reflection on Hurst ;bridge that we have not one. and if we don't we will soon become the laughing-stock of such plnces as Eltham, Greensborough and Mont morency, who are alive to their re-, quirements. What better recreation can be indulged in than debating and helping our district. Indirectly, a progress society would put money into. our pockets, dnd bring happiIness to our homes. In due course a meeting could be called of district associations, and a- comprehensive scheme outlined for the welfare of the vhole district, which seems to be more appreciated by outsiders than ourselves.--Yours, etc., COMMON SENSE.

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MISUNDERSTOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

MISUNDERSTOOD. I see that I have been hurting the feelings of one of your readers, which I truly regret. I always have, and, I hope, always will, admire the true gritof our i*nfitrrf , i coming out :-: this lovely f ' ?ose, I do not .-. - . f ·I have been . "e. -c' up some of : ::,'. ., :es not admire m r mentioning . :''i 'U I don't like the word. The folks coming out here are deserving of a better name, for it takes some pluck and grit to leave your home and friends to come to a place that is supposed to be all black men. Well, I am saying too much, and my- notes will be cut down. so I will finish up with saying I am sorry I hurt the feeling of one of your readers. I am sure the others took it as a joke, but if your reader thinks it is too serious for a joke I will pro duce the following:-lThe person who skinned the poultry, and also--the one who attempted to pluck the rabbit, and I think the gentleman who had the joke on his wife about the feeding bottles. I have another good one...

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ELTHAM DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Greensborough v. Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

ELhIAM D)ISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Greensborough v. Eltham. Eltham journeyed to Greensborough to continue'their match. Pitzsimons, who was absent during the first day of play, scored a good double, taking 5 wickets for 24 runs and scoring 31 not out. This player has an average of 5.3 runs per wicket, and 41.5 runs with the bat. Appended are the scores - Greensborough-Ist Innings 89. 2nd Innings W. Franklin, b Fitzsimons ... 1 R. Franklin, b Fitzsimons ... 8 Oakley, c V. McColl, b Morris ... 7 Jessop, b Fitzsimons ... 0 Purcell, b Fitzsimons ... ... Stock, c Birchall, b Morris .. 14 Baxter, run out ... ... I Qnirk, run out ... ... 22 G. Purcell, b Fitzsimons ... 3...3 Mitchell, not out ... .. 1 Collard, run out ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... 8 66 Bowling.-R. Morris. 2 for 22 ; L. Fitz simons, 5 for 23 • V. McColl, 0 for 6. Eltham-lst Innings 91. 2nd Innings. E. McColl, c Purcell, b Collard ... 18 C. Nichols, b Oakley ... Fitzsimons, not out ... ... 31 V. McColl, not out .. ... t Sundr...

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Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Queenstown v. Hurstbridge. Queenstown—1st Innings, 110. 2nd Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. K Queenstown v. Hurstbridge. Queenstown-lst Innings, 110. 2nd Innings: Marriott, c Barbour, b Sinclair 8 O'Brien, b Sinclair .. ... 8 Hirt, c A. Verso, b Wilson ... 5 E. Spicer, run out... ... 0 W. Spicer, b A. Verso ... ... 28 Luckman, jun., c Milne, b Wilson 22 Luckman, sen., c Mills, b'Vers' ... 0 Healey, b Verso ... .. 0 Dugdale, not out .. ... 4 Muller, b Verso ... 0 Ellis, absent .. ... Sundries ... ... I 76 Bowling Analysis.-A. Verso, .4 for 23 ; C. Wilson, 2 for 15 ; J. Sinclair, 2 for 19-; F. Milne, O for 8. - Hurstbridge.-1st Innings 54. 2nd Innings. Moore. I b w, b Spicer ... ... 8 J. Sinclair, b Marriott ... 2 Shanhun, c Dugdale, b Spicer ... 3 Mills, b Marriott ... . ... 12 A. Verso,c Luckman, sen., b Marriott;.. 18. Wilson, c Luckman, jun., b Spicer 20 W. Sinclair, b Spicer ... ... 9 Gilding, c and b Luckman, sen.... 8 M. Verso, c sub., b Spicer- ... 7 Milne, c Muller, b Luckman ... 2 Barbour, not out ... ... 3 Sundries .. ... t 94 Bo...

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Diamond Creek. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

Diamond Creek. ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. (FRO?T oUR CORRESPONDENT). The aunaal meeting of St. John's Church of England was held in the parish hall on .TJanuary 23rd. Rev. W. Pattison was in the chdir. The balance-sheet was read and adopted. The following officers were elected: Vicar's warden, Mr. Edmanson; churchwardens, Messrs. Porter and Rose; vestrymen, Messrs. Whitaker, Christian, G. Herbert, V. Sinclair, Dr. Cordner, T.. de Frederick. Councillor Leach, on behalf of the parishioners, presented Mr. Pattison, who is leaving the parish, with a hand some travelling rug and shaving mirror. He said he hoped that Mr. Pattison would be long spared to en joy his promotion, anid have a happy and prosperous career. Mr. Pattison thanked the parish ioners for their gift, and said that during the 4. years he had been with them he had made some very close friends, and he had received letters from some of them who had not been able to attend the meeting, expressing their sorrow at his departure, and h...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

In Memoriam. HARRIS.-In loving memory of my be loved Husband and our dear Father ROBERT CHARLES HARRIS--who passed away at Bethesda Hospital on January 29, 1921.       Ever Remembered. (Inserted by his loving wife and family.) HARRIS.-In loving memory of our dear Brother Bob, who passed away after an operation at Bethesda Hospital on 29th January, 1921. Loved by all. (Inserted by his only sister and brother). E. E. Thomson and S. Harris, Kinglake P.O. Bereavement. SCARCE.- Mr and Mrs A. SCHULER desire to thank all who so kindly assisted in their recent sad and sudden bereave ment, especially thanking 'Mr and Mrs E. Coutie and Messrs G. and H. Coutie. Will one and all accept this as heartfelt gratitude. In Memoriam Service. The REV. JAS. RAFF will preach. AN In Memoriam Service for the late Mr John-Shiith will be held in the Mayfield Presbyterian Church, Mernda, on Sunday, February 4, at 2.45 p.m.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

In Memoriam. (By Mernda.) Once more our district has been   bereft of one of its best-known residents in the person of John Smith, the well- known farmer of Rosehill, Mernda. The deceased gentleman had not been in good health for some time, and was recently taken seriously ill and removed to a private hospital in Richmond,   where, despite the ablest medical skill, he passed away in his sleep on   Wednesday, January 24. He was a native of Victoria, having been born in   Templestowe 63 years ago, and went with his parents to Mernda. In 1884 he married Miss Janet Cockerell (a   neighbor's daughter), and had a family of three sons and four daughters, all of whom, except two, reside at home. The sons - Thomas, Leslie and Aubrey- were associated with their father in   extensive farming. Three daughters reside at home, and one is married to Mr Stephen Whitter, jun., of   Koo-wee-rup, the son of an o...

Publication Title: Advertiser
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Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

Ettham•, ' t m I ' (Fno3 -OUR CORRESPONDENT). Wandering 'eattle, which are still al ci lowed the right of way of our.public/ di streets, are becoming more and more a nuisance to .the ratepayers, who are wondering when the annoyance ?will chase.- On Tuesday morning two horses attached to a waggon, which is used as a delivery van by one of our local stores, were feeding from a feed a box rn front of the shop, when a stray * horse came and interfered with them. The result was a stampede, and the h horses cleared -away with the waggon, but fortunately were stopped after bolt- b ing for a quarter of a mile. c Mr G. Birchall's little son Leslie, who broke his arm some:inonths ago, had the misfortune to again break the same limb on Friday last. The cause of the accident was a simple fall. The limb- was set by the doctor, and the 6 boy, who is about six years of age, is a making satisfactory progress. In our report of the send-off to thW Gilsenan family, the :name of Mrs Fraser, who gave he...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

DEAL Good Orchard Mare, used to all .-la asses of orchard vork ; for prompt sale.-R . . Burcsa, Panton Hill. I RINTIN G ROGRAMMES OSTERS. Address Labels Art Union Tickets Balance-Sheets Billheads Envelopes .Business (Business CARDS. Concert Invitation Visiting Handbills *Letterheads Prize -Cards. - Show Catalogues " Sports Cards If you want anything -known Insert a Notice in " THE A DVERTISER" TMOSST., MURSTBRionGE The Paper with the Circulation. CCockbill's High Grade Manures. Established over 60 Years. BONE AND BLOOD MANURE. A concentrated Manure of nearly double the btaength in Nitrogen of ordinary Bone Dust. BONE MANURE AND SUPER. ' A mixture of equal parts of Blood and. Bone manvure and superphosphate. Save Freight by Using These Concentrated Manures as only a Little More Than Half The Ordinary Quantity Is'eNesssary. POULTRY MEAT ME-AL POULTRY BONE GRIT CATTLE BONE LICK Prices'and Analyses on Application to J. COCKBILL, 407 Post Office Place, Melbourne. W ANTED to Lease.-About ...

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Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30. (Before Mr W. G. Smith, P.M., and Messrs E. M. Smithers and C. Wraight, J.P.'s). MOTOR CAR CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

Eltham Police Court. TUESDAY, JANUARY- 30. (Before Mr W\V. G. Smith, P.M., and Messrs E. M. Smithers and C.. Wraight, J.P.'s). s MOTOR CAR CASES. Constable Rose v. Thomas Walker, for drivinig a mdtor cycle in Diamond - Creek on December 17 without exhib iting his number; and failing to pro- I duce his license.-Fined ios and 6s 7d i costs on the-latter charge. -Same v Douglas Duncan for driving. a motor without a license on January 13 at Diamond Creek.--Fined 2zs'Gd. Constable Dunk v. Albert Peterson, for driving a car between Panton Hill and Hurstbridge at 8.30 p.m. on De ceniber 31 without lights. The con stable stated that he took the number of the car, and ascertained through the motor office in the city who was driv ing the car that day.--Adjourned for 14 days. Constable Dunk v. W. S. Hender= son, for plying for hire at the Hurst ---bridge railway station without a li cense. Defendant had applied for a license.-The P.M. pointed out that the action was taken by the constable of p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

Furniture for Sale. AT HURSTBRIDGE. O?AK Bedroom -uite and Bed, Seagrass Suite, Dining and Shadow Tissue 'Chairs, Tables, Couches, Linos, Congoleum and Grass Squares, and a number of useful sundries-all articles practically new. Also a number of Purebred Brown Leg horn Fowls - Full particulars at the Station Master's Residence, ·Hurstbridge, where the furni ture is on view-on and after Monday next. T OST.-One Brown Alderney Heifer, 2 year old, no brand ; one Red and White Heifer, 18-months old, no brand; reward. D. J. CHRISTIAx, Arthur's Creek. 7IOLINS.-Maggini and Stradivarius b models.-J. H. FOGGIE, Hurst. bridge. PTORTABLE Oil Engine, 6 h.p., Saw Bench, 2 Saws, Belting, good order; for sale; sacrifice--£60 the lot.-LNGRaaM, Research. TINKER, in good order, for sale. Apply tJ Post Office, Panton Hill. S1 RADED Seed Oats ;for sale.-MEss BRos., Kangaroo Ground. A YRSHIRE COW, well-bred, forward springer ; splendid milker ; price £12. Apply R. WADESON,.Diamond Creek. Panton Hill Publ...

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Heidelberg Shire Co uncil. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

Heidelberg Shire Co uncil. -:-9---- At a special meeting of the above the application of H. V. Sinclair,of Diamond Creek, for water extension. t7 his property, w-as referred -to'the riding members. The secretary of the Greensborough Park Jmpr'oveeinmt ominittee wrote asking for informnation in respect to the proposal to .purchase 10 - seres of land adjoining the present park, also drawing attention to wandei'ing cattle on the park.-Referred to the riding members. P. Ryan, Diamond Creek, was gran ted a renewal of his s!aughtering li cense. The. Engineer. re, orted as follows on the Greensborough riding :-=Since last meeting the iipproaches to the foot bridge nat Diamond Creek lave been made and guard fences erected. Wire netting has been put on the side of the footbridge at Dianmnd Creek, ind al sa at Greensborongh. -Stone -is being broken from thi qutlarry near, ':orn's lane for the Yan Ve!n road. Metil is:beiing carted and sp-radt nMthe road leading to the bridge over the Plenty at...

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Gree[?]borough. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

Oree t r-h (Flron OUR 'CORRESPONDENT.) At the last meeting of the Progress Societ~ there were` delegates fro'il Eltham and Montinorency Societies, and the discussion of the new time tilble for the electric service was the chief topic. It was agreed to ask for .the first train to leave Elthaii at 6.20 a.m., the second at.7, and the third at 8, with practically' an hourly service afterwards. The balance-sheet in connection with the water supply was brought up by ex-Cr. Price, who pointed out that extraordinary charges had been debited to the Trust. Instead of it being solvent, it showved a liability of £300: A committee, consisting of Cr. Santon, 'Messrs. t Price, Wilkinson, Jes.op and.Baxter, was appointed to go into the matter and report at next meeting. Cr. Santon shed a ray of light over the- meeting by stating that a report had been received from the Electricity Commission; intimating that electricity would be ,available in about twelve months for street lighting. This wiPl be th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

S `-. ,. He nderson.;0A " ISHES to notify the>Publio; that he has-cominmeiced a WVBJEKLY VY SERVICE from MELBOURNE to PANTON -HILL via Din mmoid Creek, every Monday. Loadsupi to iTwo Tois--30..-per tort. Correspondence Promptly Attended to. Picnic Patties. Tinins Met. ADDnrESs.:-' THE DELL" (niext Goldman's), Panton Hill. Alf. Johnson, ' (LATE A.I.F.f ORDERS EGS to announce that he has. LARGE STOCK - -'taken. over 'the'Post Oflce. Store CALLED FOR at Arthur's Creek, and hopes by strict OF GROCERIES; ?ttention to Business to merit a fair .-AND share of patronage. r BRAN AND A TRIAL SOLICITED. L DFLIVERED. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. POLLARD. Post Office Store, ARTHUR'S,-CREEK. ..A E. . thank you for' your splendid Shristmas patronri'e We have .," F',? ý-::.?2::.?,. , enjoyed with iyou the thankful spirit S", and rejoicing that .has been apparent in all. We also thank you for the liberal i' support accorded to us during the past S ?-, , - "\ year, and assure you that everythin'g .. - ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

Post Office Store. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D. NICHOLSON .W ISHES to inform the Residentq of the District thait. he , has-purchased the above Business from. Mr. C. W: Col lard, and has Full Stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, ..rcckery, Drapery, Clothing, Etc.. We specialise in Suits to Measure. Satis faction Guaranteed. Large Range of S.miples to Choose from. We have engaged the services of one of the leading saleswomen from Myers', Melbourne, to take charge, of. the Drapery Department, and Prices will he as near the City as possible: A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. SHurstbridge Bakery. VIM. MORELAND W~TISHES to notify the Public of Hurstbridge and Suirounding Vi 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. Boiwn Bread and Small Goods a Specialty. "Wattle Cafe, RICHT OPPOSITE STATION. HU RSTBRIDGE. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. CRI CKE T .?iA TIRI. L At your Service for Mutual Profit...

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Whittlesea Agricultural Society. QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

Whittlesea Agriulturall Society. QUARTERLY MEETING., The quarterly meeti of the abo society. was held on-. Wednesday,. Jah. 24th, -when: there were prsesnt:-- Mriessrs. W.: Thomas (president, in,the chair), Love, E. Jeffirey, H. Johnston, Facey, -Coombles, Wood, Sutherland, J. Andrew, A. lMeSmitli,. . W. Anidrew, Scott, Norman,- Jos.`' CouIlt hard, -Hurre, Jas. Coulthard, Downie, John Mason; apologies from' Messrs.. Dawson and Jas. Thomas. CORRESPONDENCE. Yarra Gleni Agricultural Society for warded complimentary . tickets. :for .their show on March 21st. Mr. W. H. James wrote tendering his resignation `as a meihi~er of-the committee owing to his removal from the district.-Accepted with regret ,o ii. the motion of :Messrs. E. Jeffrey and'" McSinith. From" Shepparton A'gridultura So city ` re testimonial to Mr. E". Pye, of Dookie College.-Mr. Love moved that no action be taken. Seconded by Mr. J. Andrew and carried. From Chamber of Agriculture, ask,-: ing for report oh manurial plot o...

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Hurstbridge Ciris' Club. FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

Huristbridge iris' Club. FANCY DRESS BALL. %..' Quite a gay. scene-was- witnessed in the Hiurstridge Hall on.: Monday evening last, whin 'a large -.number of dancers and onlookeis- atteiided the fancy.dress ball organised liy ttlh Girls' Club, and the display of dress s. "was considered to be. the best `seen' in the hiiall for the past 25. yearis, :fo in those' days such functions were a .noveltyl, and dreW people from a .dis tance .of twenty-miles. The promoters: of this dance, however, were .not con cerned about what happened' in, the distant past. They aimed- at a suc cess for Moliday eVening, so-that-they might hand over a substantial sum to the Memorial Park, and their efforts were rewarded;. both as regards at tendance. from nearly : every , place: .within a radius of ten miles, `and -also from an enjoyment point of .view,?os nothing seemed- to be lacking. The. hall was nicely decorated with' willows? and -gums, while streamers :of -.saxe blue and - vieux 'rose .,(the club's :...

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ST. JOHN'S SUNDAY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 February 1923

ST. JOHN'S SUNDaX SCHOOL. The aunnual presentation of prizes took place in the parish hall, the Rev. Mr. Pattison being in the chair. The following were the , prize-takers: 1st class girls: Elsie Gilding, 1st and special; Lily Burke, 2. 2nd.class girls: Elsie Burke, 1; Doris Lawrey, 2. 3rd class girls: Lorna Gilding. 1: Joyce Whitaker, 2. 1st class boys: Tomni THarrington. 1; Sol. Paul, 2. 2nd class boys: Claude Harrington, 1; Peter Alston, 2. 3rd class boys: Alan Whitaker, 1, George Huntley, 2. Kin lergarten girls: Nancy Whitaker, 1; Trixie Hiddle, 2. Kindergarten boys: Raymond Ives, 1. Mrs. Paul (the superintendent of the sehool) and her staff are to be con gratulated on the manner in which they have looked after the school, also Elsie Gilding for obtaining the highest possible number of marks. Games were indulged in, and a very pleasant evening was enjoyed by all present.

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Yarra Clen Depot. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 February 1923

Yarra Glen Depot.. A4 th ..Eltham-:ounl meeting on Monday a letter was read from M. J. Scott, protesting -against a nightsoil depot being established in Mr Bell's paddock;, Yarra Glen. .C. R. White: giving notice. that he will not allow nightsoil to be pdt in. the present depot after February 3. Forty-three ratepayers, protesting against the action of the council in purchasing and locating.the sanitary depot in the area known as William son's paddock. H. D. Evans, submitting a letter received from J. W. McKIt zie, dairy inspector, ,re the depot, and wishing him every success in his fight. The councillors, who had visited the two sites, discussed the matter-in committee, their solicitor (Mr Talbot) being present. The President (after discussion) said he was satisfied with the present site if properly attended to, and an ironclad secured in place of the cart. It was mentioned that the health authorities had no objection to the present site; also that the proposed area at Mr Bell's was...

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 February 1923

Tennis. .,The ,?lurstbridge Club will play a. return -match,at Kangaroo Ground to-morrow (Saturday, February 10). The .Bridge will be, represented, by T. Cooke, - E. Chamberlain; B,-Smith, H. Bertrand, and -Misse's L. and M. Buck, E. Everitt and W. Moore; Miss C. Verso first emergency. Play will commence at 2 p.m.

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