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Hurstbridge v. Arthur's Creek. Arthur's Creek—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 February 1923
Hurstbridge v. Arthur's Creek. Arthur's Creek-Ist Innings. W. Laidlayp e Wilson, b Verso ... 133 Harrap, b J. Sinclair -. 20 H. Apted, run out ... ... 15 McKimmie, c A. Verso, b W. Sinclair 14 Sparks, b Gilding ... ... 1 Green, run out ... ... 7 Howard, b Verso '.. ... 9 J. Laidlay, b Verso -.. 0 Watts, b-Verso ... ... 0 Sutherland, b Wilson ... 3 Herbert, not out ... .. Sundries ... .... 12 218 Bowling-Wilson, I for 44 ; J. Sinclair, 1 for 28 ; Gilding, 1 for 20 ; W. Sinclair, 1 for 38 ; A. Verso, 4 for 48 ; Shanhan, 0 for 22 : Milne, 0 for 6. Hurstbridge--lst Innings. Moore, b Green ... .. 0 J. Sinclair, b A. Howard ... 1 Wilson, run out *. ... Cox, c Howard, b Green ... 3 A. Verso, not out .. - ... 8 Gilding, b Green ... ... 2 Mi. Verso, not out ... ... 1 Sundries .. ... 3 Five wickets for 19 iowling.-fH. Green, 3 for 7 ; A. Howard, 1 for 9. aqpresentative teams from the Whittlesea Shire and North Riding Shire of Eltham Association will meet at Hurstbridge to morroe- (Feb 10). Th...
Kangaroo Ground. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 February 1923
Kangaroo Ground. The Eltham shire councillors, ac companied- by their solicitor (Mr Talbot) paid a visit to the State school on Monday last. They were received by the Head Teacher (Miss Davies), and the children immedi ately rose as the- visitors.- entered the school. The con cillors watched the children at their studies (there I are 29 on the roll), and then noticed the artistic paintings of the teacher which adorned the walls; This led to them being shown "The Histcry of Kangaroo Ground," that clever and artistic piece of work which Miss Davies had on view at the State Schools' Exhibition. Mrh Talbot, at the request of the President (Cr. Bradbury) addressed a few words to the children, congrat ulating them on: their healthy ap pearance. He said if they continue to be good boys and girls they will be good men and women,-and then Australia need not fear anything. He then made fitting reference to the Honor Roll. He advised the children to ex~el in everything they did, and not put of...
Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 February 1923
.Diamond Creek. (FROM, OUR CORRESPONDENT) A.very pretty wedding was -cele-' brated in St. John's Church, Diainond Creek;on Saturday, by the -Rev. Stan ley Wells.' The bride -was Miss Ella t Ryan and the bridegroom li1r Albert Wilkinson, two young- and popular residents of the town. The bride, who was given away by her father (MlrP. Ryan, J.P.),' looked charming in an ivy satin morocain, with an over . dress of Georgette ]ee,, and a bridal' veilbShe-carried a handsome bouquet I (made by. Mrs Stone, of Bentleigh). Her travelling dress was a biscuit-col ored crepe de-ohine, with hat to mat,-h. Miss Rose Ryan was dressed in a very nice nigger brown costume. Although the wedding was supposed to be quiet, some little bird whisp red the glad ' news and a number of friends attend ed the church. Breakfast was partak 'en of at the residence of the bride' s father, after "vhich the. happy couple' left for Ballarat and Bendigo. The annual meeting of the Institute was held in the hall on Thursda...
Wallan East. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 February 1923
Wallan East. A bush fire broke out on Cr. Browne's Camoola Estate, near the Whittlesea-road, on Saturday afterl noon, and burnt rapidly in the direc tion of Upper Plenty. About 200 or 300 acres of grass were consumed, but about sundown the fire was got' under control. It is -attributed to careless sportsmen. Harvest thanksgiving services were: held in St. Mark's Church' of Eng land on Sunday morning and, even ing. The church was.decorated with a large collection of: farm;, dairy and orchard produce. This is to be do nated to the Kilmore Ho.pital. It is many years since this part of' the district looked: so "bro"-l 'ni:, dried-up as at present. A 'good tai of rain is urgently needed for thie potato and green fodder cropsa nd for the orchards. Generally, ih'e latter are looking well, and give promise of heavy yields of apples and plums.'
ELTHAM. ELECTRIC TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 9 February 1923
ELTHAM ELECTRIC TRAIN SERYICE. (FIno OUR CORRESPONDENT). I" have to..h'and. the new* electric train time table for week days, which has been officially approved, and will be shortly published. The table pro ,vides for: a local service between" Hurstbridge and Eltham,, with the ex .ception of a jmidday train, which runs to Heidelberg, presumably, to pick up goods and to run as a-mixed train.- As far as can. be ascertained, apart from week days, the chief changes will be .. as follows:-The 12.12-p.m. from Melbourne on Satur days will leave at .2.20 p.m. On Sundays the last. train will leave 'Eltham at 9.10 p.m., and return from Melbourne at 9.45 p.m. Following is the week-day time. table, giving starting times only.; The official run ning time is 40 minutes:-, From Eltham.-a.m.: 6.25, 7.11, 8.3, 9.35, 10.55; p.m.;. 2.15, 4.55, 5.4.6, 6.31, 8.35,' 0.15. ' From--Mel-. bourne.-a.m.-:- 6.15, 6.56:,.7.51,`9.20, .10.40; p.m. 1,0 (steami'train, chlange at Heidelberg); 3.20, 4.40, .,5,32, 6.1...
CRICKET. HITTLESEA SHIRE v. NORTH RIDING SHIRE OF ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
CRICKET. ,HtITTLESEA SHIRE v. NORTH RIDING SHIRE OF ELTHAM. An Association match was played at -Liurstbridge last Saturday, - and was -won by the visiting team by 11 runs - m the first innings' count. The main feature of the match, which was full of interest, was the sensational bowling of .1. Murphy, who took 7 ,wickets, for 26 runs. T. .Tobling, the visiting captain, won the t?,s from W. Laidlay (captain of the 'home teaml. and decided to take the field. W. Laidlay and L. Morris opened to the attack of P. Nelson and T. Jobling. Nelson's fourth ball clean bowled W. Laidlay, with no runs on the -board. Morris and Marriott car ried the score to 10, when, returning One hard back to the bowler, Morris was smartly caught by ,Nelson. R. Norman joine4l Marriott. With the score at 42 Marriott was bowled by Nelson for 13. Verso commenced by hitting McDonald out of the ground, and a ball or two later lie attempted a similar hit, but was brilliantly caught by Duffy, one:handed, on the edge of...
MORANG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
MORANG MARKET. Adamson, Strettle and. Co., Pty. Ltd. held their fortnightly sale last Monday, 12th inst.,, before a good attendance of local, surrounding dis trict and 1elbourne buyers. The yarding included some very decent dairy cows, both milke+s and springers, and for these competition was about on a par with that ruling at last Friday's cow market All other classes of,cattle were rather neglected, and we cannot expect any improve ment in values until we have a general fall of rain. Milkers sold from £5 15/ to £16/10/-; springers ranged from £5/10/: to £12/7/6d. A pei of good conditioned bullocks brought .£7/2/6 Store cows from £2/7/6 to £3/15/-. Pigs -Full yarding and practically all sold at prices equal to and in some cases better than those ruling in the Melbourne market. Several horses changed hands.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
F OR SALE,--1 Pony (thoroughly brok en), jinker and saidle, good goer, no further use; 1 d.f. Cockshutt Orchard Plough, practically new and in good order, cheap.-G. MILNE, Panton Hill. F OR SALE.-300 to 400 (more or less) cases Good Jonathan Apples.-CoLES, "Navara," Hurstbridge. STRAYED from Preston, February 12, Iron Grey Pony, (M) near shoulder; last seen Heidelberg. Reward.-GREGG, Martin Street, Preston. Shire of Whittlesea. EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. YAN YEAN RIDING. N OTICE IS HEREBY 'GIVEN. that an Extraordinary Election of One Councillor for the Yan Yean Riding of the above-named Shire, caused by the re signation of Councillor William Reid, will be held on Thursday, 8th day of March, 1923. Every Candidate for such Election must be duly nominated at my Residence, Yan Yean, between the hours oft10 a.m. and 4 p.m., on or before THURSDAY, 22nd day of February, 1923, being day of Nomina tion, in the form in the 9th Schedule Local Government Act, 1915, or to the like effect. Nominatio...
Cricket. ELTHAM DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Eltham v. Montmorency. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
Cricket. ELTHAM DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Bltham v. Montmorency. This match was concluded on Saturday. Eltham were.dismissed for 135, and Mont. morency's second hand yielded 90. With a little over an hout to hat and 120 runs to win, Eltham went to the wickets a second time. The batsmen" went for the bowling. aid in 40 minutes hAd hit up 135 runs, Hill contributing 46 and Watson 21 not out. This must be surely a record ; that is, the scoring was at the rate of 202 runs per hour, or 3S per minute. The scores were: Montmorency-1st innings 164. 2nd lunings. Collard, sen., b Fitzsimons .., 8 Duneen, c J. McColl, b Fitzsimons 27 King, run out ... 0 Park, c and b O'Connor 13 Collard, jun., c Gillett, b O'Connor ... 7 Davey, b Fitzsimons ... 0 Yo'ulten, c Birchall, b Fitzsimons ... 4 Dixon, b O'Connor 3 Simonsen. b O'Connor . ... 12 Ellis, c and b Morris 0 Summerton, not out ... . Sundries ... ... 12 90 Bowling.-Fitzsiimens, 4 for 31: O'Connor 4 for 17 ; J MlColl, 0 for 15; V. Mc('Coll,...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
TENNIS. A tennis match was played between Hurstbridge and Kangaroo Ground at the latter place on Saturday last, and although the weather was very hot some good games were, played, Hurstbridge only winning by six games. The detailed scores are: Men's (Hurstbridge names appear ing first).-T. Cooke and E. Chamber lain beat Stone and J. Cockroft 8-3. Smith and Sinclair lost to Bartlett and F. S. Cockcroft 6-8. Ladies.-Misses E. Everett and L. Buck lost to Misses G. J. Bourchier and U. Bell 4-S. ,i isses Moore and M. Buck lost to Mrs Stone and Miss L. M!. Bourchier 3-8 Mixed.-31iss L. Buck and XMr Cooke defeated .1liss G. J. Bourchier anid Mr :tone 8-2. "?iss Everett and : r Chamberlain defeated \ iss !ell and AMr Bartlett 8-3. 3Miss :,loore and Mr Smith lost to Miiss Stone and, i Mr J. Cockroft 5-8. Miss 'ih uclrk and M1r Sinclair defeated Miss L. ':. Bourchier and Mr F. S. Co:k roft 8-4. Total scores: Hur;tbridge, 50 games (four sets, ; Kangaroo Ground, 44 games (4 sets).
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, FEBRUARY 16, 1923. Local and General. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
TIlE Eithi?nz and Whltittlefelt S4irei Edvertiser AND into GrU( rek tallt Sltu cdate Published Evcery Friday .1 fter,,on HURSTIRIDGE, FEBRUARY 16, 1923. Local anhd General. A report of the cricket match Whittlesea shire v. North riding of Eltham shire-appears on page-4. Tenders are called for the publi can's booth for Hurstbridge sports. A meeting will be held at Queens town (,u Tuesday next to arrange for the Easter sports. Mi' L. W. Clarke's clearing sale at Doreen will take place on Wednes day next. Mr Albert A. Haynes will hold his Greensborough market ,on- Monday next. The Eltham council offers a re wardh,for the conviction of persons damaging fenoing, trees, shrubs, &c. The Joymakers? will give-;a first class concert in the Eltham hall to morrow evening,: to be followed by a dance. Mr C. R. White's clearing sale at Yarra Glen will take plice on Tue.s day next, a full list being advertised by Messrs Campbell and Sons. Mr F. G. Bell, who has disposed of his drapery and "...
Kangaroo Ground. MEMORIAL PARK BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
Kangaroo Ground. ! i -9------ MEMORIAL PARK BAZAAR. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). " The Kanigaroo Ground M emorial Park bazaar was formally opened by Mr W. !. Everard, M.L.A.., who was accompanied by the President of the shire (Cr. Bradbury), on Friday, Feb ruary 2. There was a grodly number present, and in a short speech Mr Everardl reminded those present of the noble purpose to which the proceeds were to be devoted-the erection of a memorial worthy of those who served -the shire, from which they enlisted and the magnificent site on which the memorial is to be erected. He com plimented the ladies of the district on the handsome appearance of the stal's and the very fine display of goods, which were marked at-prices as cheap as similar goods in city shops, and he strongly advised those present to buy and not worry about their change; and if any did bother about it, it was merely to spend it at another s all, and they would always get value for their money, except when they took a mod es...
Diamond Creek. TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
Diamond Creek. TRAIN SERVICE. (FrnOr OUR CoR:.f Soxu i)-NC). The L)ianlond Creek Progress Asso ciat.iin held its monthl, mieeting in the hall on .,onday eveniog, Dr. Cord ner being in the chair, and there was a large attendance. 'I he most important bunsiness was the new railway time-table. In past years Diamond' Creek has suffered greatly in railway matters, and the re suit is that a splendid motor service for goods is running from Hurstbridge to the city. The result is that goods can be obtained the same day or the next, and it is mooted that if we do not get a proper passeniger service the motor will carry patssengers, as our motto is "Help those who help you." After a lot of discussion it was re resolved that the following trains be asked for :-Week days, from Hurst bridge : a.m., 6, 7.37, 10 20; p.m., 4.8, 5.57, and return after the arrival of the train from Eltham. Saturday. from Hu mstbridge, 6 and 7.37 a.m., 12.20, 1.20 and 7 p m. Sunday, 9 a.m. and returning after 9 p.m. A ...
Whittlesea. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
Whittlesea. A Presbyterian Children's Rally will be given by scholars of the fol lowing Sunday schools:-Whittlesea, Glen Vale, Scrubby Creek, K'inglake, Strathewen, Yan Yean and North Carlton, on Sunday, 25th February, at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., in the Me chanics' Hall, Whittlesea. Mr. V. F. Hadley, the newly-appointed Mis sionary to Kinglake, has been training the scholars for some time, and a good result may be expected. On Saturday evening, 24th Febru ary, the anniversary concert will be given by ,the Whittlesea Suiday school children, assisted by the North Carlton Boys' Bible Class. 'A splendid concert. was given on 2nd February by the Blind Cdoacrt Company,: the proceeds 'from which amounted to £12, a record for Whittle sea. Mr.. T. Marks,. the secretary, in writing to the Rev: J. Raff (local hon. secretary), said they are very pleased with the result, which they recognise was due- to hard workon i the part of friends and helpers, all bf whom they desire to thank. -
Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
M ethodist Church Services Meethodist Church Services will be held as follows :? SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1923. Diamond Creek, 11 a.m., Mr Gibbs: 7.15 p .m., Mr Gibbs ,Arthur's Creek; 3 p.m . Mr Collom. -Cottle's Blridge, 3;.p.m., Mr McW-iggin. Iurstbridge, 7 15 p.m., Mr Campbell. Tanck's Corner. 3 l,.m-. Mr F. l'lhompson Panton Hill, 7.5:0 p.m.. Mr IcW\lggin. Wattlc le Glen, 7 p.m., 1Mr Colloui.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
Telephone 351 .1. Leading Store of Eltham We supply at lowest prices, the best of good- Groceries, Produce, Drapery,. Boots, &c. DELIVERED AT.-YOUR DOOR. A. and E. COPELAND, (Late J. It. & N. LEE.) General Grocer and Produce Merchant, RAILWAY STORE, MAIN ROAD, ELTHAM. Give us One Trial and be Convincedl. tW Anything not in Stock will be Procured. To help you during SUMMllER Freezer Butter Coolers 1 2 3 41b. is 4d Is.8d is i.d as IId A pprox. weight packed 5 6 8 91bs Meat Safes.. Peforated Zinc. Aluminium finish, square, to hang. 12 4-. 16. inch tI is 6d ...-. 12s 6d i6s 6d Approx. weight packed -7 io.. i 21bs Goya Fly Papers 2s if -posted Wire Fly Traps, is 3d; posted is 9d. Fly Wire Gauze 24 26 28 , 30 36in Green painted is 6d is 7d is 91d is Io5d 2s 3d yard r' Galvanized 24 26 28 30 36 inch Is Iod . 2S 2S 2d 2s i.d 2s 9d yard Weight approx. I pound to square yard. We invite you to write for SPECIAL XMAS LisT -giving sug gestion for Presents Also Fly Wire Door and W...
Whittlesea Shire Council, MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
Whittlesea Shire Council, MONTHLY MEETING. The councillors met at Mernda on Wednesday. Present: Crs. B. McCor mack (president), Downie, Thomas, Murphy, Browne, Butler, Morgan, Mitchell, Coriifoot, Clarke, Hurrey. CORRESPONDENCE. Department Public Works, notify ing the council that £200 has been revoted "for : onstruction of roads in Thomastown ' Settlement.-Received. Railway Department, asking for par ticulars re certain drainage in Whittle sea.-Cr. Downie moved that the coun cil agrees to the scheme proposed.-Cr. Browne suggested that the riding members and engineer consult.-Or. Mitchell moved that the engineer le port on the drain.-It was decided to accept the Government's offer of £15 on condition the channelling is on the north instead of the south side. Raiilway Department, stating that existing train arrangements with re gard to 'holidays would be maintained. -Received. S ,? asking what action the coun cil intends to take with reference to a cattle pit crossing near South Mora...
ELTHAM. ELECTRIC TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 16 February 1923
ELTHAM. ELECTRIC TRAIN SERVICE. (14ROM OUR CORRESPONDENT;. Additional to my timue-table of last week, the time-table which" has been I officially approved is as follows : Saturdays a From Eltham, a m.-6.25, 7.9, 8.3, s 9.35, 11.15; p r.-12.28, 1.29, 2.13, 3.53, 5.53, 6.59, 8.55, 10.14. From I Melbourne, a.m.--.15, 7.13, 8, 9.40, 11.20; p.m.-12.20, 1.20, 2.20, 4, 5.40, 7, 9, 11.2.5. - Sundays. From Eltham, a m -.9.55; p.m. 12.33, 2.13, 5.15, [6.16 7.18-steam trains], 7.35, 9,14. From M !elbourne, i a.m. 9.10, [10.25, 10.45-steam trains]. 11 ;p.m.-.2 20, 5.20, 7 40, 9.20. Miss Kellet, who recently left Eltham, was tendered a farewell on Saturday .at "St. Boswells," the resi dence of M1r G. Phillips Mrs Phillips was the hostess. A good number of ladies were present. Mrs Boake made the pre.entation-a handsome writing adesk--and expressed her regret that .M is Kellet was leaving the district; Miss Kellet suitably responded. Afternoon tea was served and the function concluded with a short...