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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 February 1923

ELEPHANT BRA.ND Arsenate OF Lead AHE quality of ELEPHANT BRAND SASENATE still stands well above all others as demonstrated by the 1921 tests of the Department of Agriculture, S. A. The fineness or suspension quality of Elephant Brand being far ahead of all others either locally manufactured or im ported 10d lb.'in cwt. lots. DIAM('ND VALLEY PACKING sH EIC). DIA1MON I) ('REEK OOL S`'ORES OR R. W'ILKINON, H otSTiRIDG E. Pianos P IANOS- AND ORIGANS Tuned: and liepaired in any part of this district. DROP ME A " LINE,: LOCAL ADDRESS F. A. O'NEILL,, Upper Diamond Creek p.o SRINTIN G R-O GORAA. MES SOSTERS. Address. Labels Art Union Tickets Balance-Sheets Billheads Envelopes 'Business CARDS Concert CARDS Invitation Handbills - Letterheads Prize Cards -Show Catalogues Sports Cards If you want anything known Insert a .'otice in "`.' u PlOS ST., HURSTBRINGE The Paper., with he Circulation., Dental Satisfaction ..;.. I G St it . .. .... AND Guineas Saved . Compiete ausataction with re gard to ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 February 1923

Marriage. MlILNE-LACEY.-On January 17, 1923,   at St. Matthew's Church of England, Panton Hill, by the Rev. E. Selwyn Chase, G. J. Milne (late A.I.F.), only surviving son of Mr and Mrs J. Milne, Canterbury, to Myrtle E. A. Lacey, eldest daughter of Mrs and the late Mr G. Lacey, of Kan- garoo Ground. In Memoriam. KING.-In loving memory of my dear hus band, William Henry, who passed away at the Caulfield Hospital on 22nd Feb ruary, 1922. I was with you at the hour of death. To hear your last faint sigh, And whisper just one loving word. It made us weep and sigh, And, oh, it was so nice to think, I was with you to say good-bye. -Inserted by his loving wife and children.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 February 1923

T HE President and Committee of the S Kangaroo Ground Memorial Bazaar desire to Thank all those who so kindly sent Donations of Money and "oods. D. BOURCHIER, Hon. Sec. / 1 OOD Jinker HORSE for Sale, eight S years old ; any trial.-RAY ROGERS, Panton Hill. O IL ENGINE for sale, 7 horse power. SApply E. NoRMrAx, Research. ENCER Wanted. Apply Panton Hill State School. W ANTED TO RENT for Easter, two or three roomed Furnished House, Heidelberg or Eltham preferred; no chil dren. Address-H.O., this office. 'TOLEN or Strayed, Silver JERSEY HEIFER, milking; no brands; re ward.-P. O'CALLAGAlN, Eltham. Shire of Eltham. SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a \ MEETING of the Eltham Shire Council will be held at the Shire Offices, "Kangaroo Ground, at 11 a.m. on Monlay, March 5; 1923, for the purpose of EX AMINING AND SETTLING THE AC COUNTS of the Shire for the year ending September 30, 1922. A printed statement of the said Accounts lies at the office of the Council for inspection by parties interested....

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ELTHAM. ELECTRIC TRAIN SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 February 1923

,ELTHAM. ELECTRIC TRAIN SERVICE. bc (-1FROM OUR' CORRESPONDENT). O0 Mr Sullivan'and. two other officials of the Railways Department visited c Eltham on Thursday, February r5, in of connection with the electric train table. Cr Andrew, Mr Cox and Mr Birchall A interviewed the officer on behalf of the re residents of Eltham Cr Andrew pre sented a petition signed. by a large number of ratepayers asking that the ' prdposed 7:9 a.m. train be altered to 6.5o a.m. Mr Sullivan said that this alteration could be effected by altering the 6.25 a.m. to 6.15 a.m. as at pre sent., The deputation did not press any further alterations. Dr Cordner and Mr Lawrey were present as the. Diamond Creek representatives. The visitors were afterwards entertained, by Cr Andrew, and it is arinticipated from a the attitude of the officer that the de- b mands of the deputation will be a granted. An old landmark will disappear in a   very short while. I refer to the old   rustic bridge kno...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 February 1923

W. S. Henderson . W ISHES to ,:uoify the Put iic that he has coimm'ncned a WEEKLY SERVICE fro,, IELBOURNE to PANTON HILL via Dia niti O--k, .- y M otdlay. Loads up to I Tw 'l ot-30.. per ton. (Co.-r ,,%ond,'ýt;,' Promptly Attended to. Picnic Parties. 'T'itins Met. ADnot:ss--" THE DELL " (next Godman:r's), Pauton Hill. Alf. Johnson, ti (LATE A.I.F.) ORDERS "EGN to announce that he has LARGE STOCK taken over the Post Office Store CALLED FOR at Arthur's Greek. and hopes by strict OF GROCERIES, attention to Business to merit 3 fair ANI) share of patronage. - BRAN AND e A TRIAL SOLICITED. DFLIVEREID. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. POLLARD. Post Office Store, ARTHUR'S CREEK. VIE thank you for your splendid cI r ,y3"ý r -r Christmas patronage We have enjoyed with you the thankfrul spirit k3 t T'iriy~' all. We also thank you for the liberal # /S I B support accorded to us during the past ,"....", - ,,, -possible will be done to maintain the _. . cordial relations that have existed be tween us. an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 February 1923

Post Office Store.. HURSTBRIDGE. A. D. NICHOLSON WISHES to inform the Residents of the, District thtt h'e Shas purchased the a.bove' Business from Mr. ?, W CCl: lard, and has Full Stocks of Grocery, Ironmongery, Crcckery, 'Drapery, Clothine, Etc. We specialise in Suits to Measure. Satis faction Guaranteed. Large Range of Samples 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 ai near the City as possille. A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. Hurstbridge Bakery. M. MORELAND WTISHES to notify the Public of Hursibrid'e and Surrounding District that he has purchased lMr Bodey's Business, and having a First-class Baker is in a position to supply a Good Loaf of Bread. BRown Bread and Small Goods a Specialty. "Wattle Cafe," RIGHT OPPOSITE STATION. H U RSTB RIDG E. A. E. AMBLER. Meals at all Hours. Accommodation for Boarders. CR1 CK E T .l A T E RI .; L At your Service for Mutna! Profit an...

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Research. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 February 1923

Research. ____1 (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). At a meeting of the school com mittee, held on the 5th inst., Mr T. Beard tendered his resignation, which was accepted with regret. Mr Beard has been a member of the committee for some time, and has taken a keen interest in the welfare of the school, and proved himself a willing helper in all things appertaining to its wel fare. We wish Mr and Mrs Beard every success in their new home. On Saturday last a bushfire broke out in the properties of Messrs Palmer and McMahon. Fortunately it was soon seen, and the alarm being given, willing helpers from Kangaroo Ground and Research hastened to the scene. Upwards of 40 fire fighters were soon hard at work, and struggled to prevent the conflagra tion reaching the homestead of Mr Palmer. Fortunately a ,change of wind removed that danger. A tank of water was carted round, and all burning stumps and trees near the edge were extinguished. The fire fighters were supplied with food and liquid refreshments ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ELTHAM DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Diamond Creek v. Eltham. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 February 1923

ELTHAM 1)1-TIIICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Diamond Creek v. Eltham. Eltham played Diamond Creek at Dia mond Creek an Saturday, and the visitors collapsed for 33, Gosstray's bowling being deadly. He was bowling fast and keeping very low. He also made a fine stand with the bat, making 63-the best innings of the day. Ives made 78, but did not bat as con fidently as Gu..:Lay, giving two chances. The scores are : Eltham-lst Innings. V. McColl, e Heddle. h Gosstray ... 14 O'Connor. b Gosstray ... 0 Watson, c Coventry, b Christian ... 0 Fitzsimons. b Gosstray ... 6 Jarrold, b Gosstray ... ... 0 Nicholls. b Gosstrav ... 2 Gillett, c Heddle, It Christian . .. 2 E. M'Coll, b Christian .. 6 Hill. b Christian ... ... 0 J. M'Coll. not out... ... 0 D. M'Coll, b Gosstray ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... 2 33 Bowling.-Gosstray, 6 for 14 : Christian, 4 for 18. Diamond Dreek--lst Innings. Reeves, b O'Counor ... ... 15 G. Coventry, b Fitzsimons ... 16 A Gos-tray. run ,ut ... ... 63 Christian . I, Fitz.iton= ......

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 23 February 1923

Wedding Bells, MILNE-LACEY.     (CONTRIBUTED). On Wednesday, January 17, St. Matthew's Church of England, Pan- ton Hill, was unusually crowded with guests and interested friends, who assembled to witness and do honor   to the marriage of Mr G. J. Milne (late A.I.F.), only surviving son of Mr and Mrs J. Milne (Canterbury), to Miss Myrtle E. A. Lacey, eldest daughter of Mrs and the late Mr G. Lacey, of Kangaroo Ground. The   ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. Selwyn Chase. The church had been artistically decorated for the occasion by friends of the bride and members of the church; ivy, aspara- gus fern and native shrubs inter- mingled with flowers hung in profu- sion. The couple's initials, whose nuptial rites were about to be solem- nised, together with a symbolic wed- ding bell, was suspended in front of the chancel. The bridegroom was at- tended by Mr Reg. Bennett (Auburn) as best man, and Mr D. Lacey (bro- ther of the bride) ...

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Greensborough. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Greensborough. (FROM A CORRIBPOxDENT). At the Greensborough Progress Associa tion meeting on Friday last, the secretary (MAr Medhurst). who is leavine the district, was- presented, on behalf of his Greens borough friends, with a travelling writing case and fountain pen. In making the presentation; ex-Cr. A H. Price referred to Mr Medhurst's sterling qualities in always doing his utmost to assist the progress of the district. having been secretary of the association for over ten years, and also one of those who worked Shrd for the water supply ani all progres sive movements. After wishing the re cipient long life and prosperity in his new sphere. Mr Medhurst responded, thanking his friends, and assured them that he had found pleasure in all he had done for the betterment of the district. ,. ma m

Publication Title: Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ELTHAM DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Eltham v. Diamond Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 March 1923

ELTHIAM I)IsTKICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Eltham v. Diamond Creek. The above match was continued at Dia mond Creek on Saturday The local eleven carried their score to 286. Fitzsimons was the most successful bowler, taking 5 wickets for 69 runs. Jarrold took 3 for 44. Eltham again went in, but were dismissed for 54. Watson being top scorer with 22, and the only batsman to make a stand. Gosstray and Christian were the destroyers, with 5 for 22 and 5 for 30 respectively. Diamond Creek won outright by 199 runs. Northote XI. v. Eltham District. On Wednesday, February 28, a team re presenting the Eltham District Association tried conclusions with the Northcote XI. at Northcote. The visitors, captained by L. Fitzsimons (Eltham), took the field. The home team were easily dismissed, their total score being 68. Gosstray (3 for 29) and Christian (3 for 18) were the most success ful bowlers. The District men then went in, and knocked up the fine score of 191. Watson (63 retired), Christian (36 ret...

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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COMPETITION. Doreen v. Kinglake West. Doreen—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 March 1923

WHITILESEA SHIRE COMPiTITION. Doreen v. Kinglake West. Doreen-lst Innings. M. Bassett, c. bowled N. McKimmie ... 18 E. Owens, b O'Brien ... 44 P. Nelson. c, b McKimmie ... 23 MI. Allan, b McKimmie ... 14 A. Christian, b Yeo .. ... 1 M. Smith, not out ... ... 20 Ersk. Bassett, not out ... ... 13 Byes ... ... 1 Declared closed, Five wickets for 134 Bowling.-McKimmie, 3 wickets for 35. Kinglake West- -st Innings. R. Pearce, c, b Smith ... R. Burton, b Nelson ... ()'Brien, b Nelson ... ... 14 W. McKimmie, b Nelson ... o Evans, b Nelson ... ... 2 Yeo, b Nelson ... ... o A. Burton, not out ... ... 5 Carmen, c, b Smith ... . Byes ... ... ... II 42 Bowling.-P. Nelson, 5 for 13 ; M. Smith, 2 for 19. 2nd Innings. O'Brien, b Nelson ... ... 2 A. Burton, b Smith ... 3 R. Barton, b Smith ... ... O Carmen, b Nelson ... ... 0 A. Yeo, c, b Smith ... ... 2 McKimmie, b Nelson .. 3 Pearce, b Smith ... ... I Conan, not out ... ... I Leq-bye ... ... I 13 Bowling.-M. Smith, 3 for 5 ; P. Nelson, 3 for 7.

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THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Creek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Afternoon HURSTBRIDGE, MARCH 2, 1923. Good Move for Hurstbridge [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 March 1923

AND lirnatntlla ýi r k h Vlleu ýduocate. J.ublished ' Ecery Friday .1 fteriipone HURSTBRID-(i, MARCH 2, 1923. Good Moveefor Hurstbridge RESIDENTs who are interested in toe welfare of Hurstbiidge will be pleas e'dto note that a public-meeting is convened for: FFriday next at 8 p.m. foir:th'e purpose of 'forming a pro gress association. There is a for ward move at present in the district, and it behoves all those who wish to participate in itto be alive to the re quirements" necessary to drive it ahead. It is unnecessary to' mention what is required in.Hurstbridge, as the local peopT? know only too well. Nature has dbnel. ier part by giving pict.resquopps ouidipgs and plac ing.it within sy.::-Ireaoh of-the city, and'it now'etihains for the residents to work unitedly and make an effort .to secure .modern .living, conditions which will make the place attractive. Many townships;,. with ",far less pre tensions than exist here, have done it to the advantage of all. ' With a progress associ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. NORTH RIDING COMPETITION. Panton Hill v. Hurstbridge. Panton Hill—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Cricket. NORTH RIDING" COMPETITION. Panton Hill v. Hurstbridge. Panton Hill-Ist Innings. Sublet, c Shanhun, b Mills .... 37 Motschall, b Grundy ... 0 H. Cracknell, c Shanhun, b Verso ... 34 Harriman, b Verso... .... 1 O'Day, run out ... ... 0 Power, b Mills ... ... 1 Williams, c M. Verso, b Mills ... 5 Smith, c Shanhun, b Mills ... 2 L. Howard, c Shanhun, b Mills ... 7 W. Howard, c F. Milne, b R. Milne 1 J. Howard, net out ... ... 2, Sundries ... ... 14 104 Bowling.-A. Verso, 2 for 21; Grundy, 1 for 28 ; J. Mills, 5 for 25 ; R. Milne, I for 4 ;IF. Milne, 0 for 13. Hurstbridge-lst Innings. D. Shanhun, b Cracknell... ... 43 Moore. I b w, b Motschall ... 4 M. Verso, run out ... ... 3 Mills. c Power, b Cracknell ... 19 A. Verso,.b L. Howard ... ... 37 Grundy, b L. Howard ... 8 J. Cox, b L. Howard ... ... 0 R. Milne, b Harriman ... 1 Sundries ... ... 17 Eight wickets for 132 Bowling.-Cracknell, 2 for 42 ; Motschall. I for 28; Smith, 0 for 22; L. Howard, 3 for 14 ; Harriman, I for 7. Quee...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Diamond Creek Gold Mine. NEW COMPANY FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Diamond Creek Gold Mine. NEW COMPANY FORMED: There is some mild excitement in Diamond Cree . in anticipation of the old mine being opened up, which is within a mile of the railway station. A company with a capital of £50,000 is being formed, £10,000 of which is in hand, and it is expected that 100 men will shortly be at work in search of the precious metal. M.r. W. O. Hug (promotor of .a motor bus comp.ny to starit in ,iel bourne) and the Rev. L. Arnold (master at the Melbourne Grammar School) put in the -first peg at the mine' on Saturday, which awakened many incidents of a few years -ago. It is calculated that one million pounds worth of gold has been taken out of the mine. There was a fire at the mine about nine years ago, and the war following it, company promotion -was made diffi cult. Many people have been alive to the wealth that remains hidden in the mine, and old miners are confident of a return to the "good old days."' The present promoters had the lease transferred to the...

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QUEENSTOWN'S CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 March 1923

QUEENSTOWN'S CASE. Sir,-I am disappointed with the attitude Queenstown people are adopt ing. We have an unanswerable case for railway extension, but everything will be lost by advocating routes. Ex tension via Arthur's Creek is imprac ticable, so nothing will be lost by simply presenting evidence of statistics and being faithful to the agreement. Yours, &c., COMMON SENSE

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Railway to Kinglake. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Railway to Kinglake. The following is the itinerary of the Railway' Standing Committee, which will take evidence next week in. connection with the proposed ex tension of the'liue-to Kinglake : Monday, March 5.-Hnrstbridge arrive at 3.7 i.m., and take evidence at Dorset House at 3.45, .remaining there for the night. Tuesday, March 6.-Leave Dorset House at 9.15, a.m., and motor via Cottle's Bridge to Strathewen (ten miles), receiving evidence at the hall at 10.30; leave Strathewen at 12.30, and lunch at Dorset House at 1.15; leave Hunrstbridge at 2,' and motor towards Kinglake East (13 miles), and return to Queenstown; evidence at Queenstown hall at 3.30; "leave Queenstown at 5.30, and motor to Hurstbridge, staying- there all night.. Wedniesday,.: :March 7. -' LLa-e H1urstlri:dge at 9.30 a.m. 'and motor via Panton Hill, Kangaroo Ground and Christmas Hills to Yarra Glen, receiving evidence at 11 a.m.; lunch at Grand Hotel, Yarra Glen,. at 1 p.m. ; leave Yarra Glen at 2, and mo tor to T...

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ELTHAM. PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 March 1923

ELT-i M. (iFROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. E?ROGRESS ASSOCIATION. The usual monthly: meeting of the Eitham and Glen Park Progress Asso ciation was held on 22nd :February.. A letter from the Chief Commissioner of Railways (per Mr Everard, M.L.A.) intimating that the Comimissioners had again considered the&?iequest.for estab lishing a station at QGlen Parki,; but re gretted that they could:-not accede to the proposal,- was read. The meeting expressed surprise,. as no recent re quest regarding this matter had beeri made. It was moved that a letter (of which a draft was read) should be sent to Mr Everard expressing the" feeling of the meeting. Comment was made on allowing stock to roam the streets.- Several: in stances of annoyance caused by these animals were spoken of by the mem bers. It was decided to write the Shire Council to see if something could be done to remedy this nuisance. It was also decided to write to the Council re the :proposed saiitary. ser vice. A proposal to form a ...

Publication Title: Advertiser
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WHERE IS THE RANGER? TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 March 1923

WHERE IS THE RANGER? TO THY EDITOR OF THE AD 'kRTIBER. Sir,-Oh, where has the Eltharn anger gone; for him a few of us fre quently mourn; the horses are out and the cows roam about, and there's no one to gather them home. A kindly shire council erected a trough, where drivers could water their steeds; a boon it has proved, but abused far too soon, by owners of wandering weeds. The tramping and mooing and constant pursuing, of water by these quadrupeds, cause pain and much friction and no doubt objection to people while lying in bed. Now I would suggest, without any zest, that the councillors all take a hand; get up in the night, give the stock all a fright, and their election will hereafter stand. Without rythm or rhyme I think it is time to call the owners to book; for if you delay the people will sway, and the town will be left to the crooks. ELTHAMITE.

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Methodist Church Services [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 2 March 1923

Methodist Church Services Methodist Church Services will be held as follows : SUNIDAY, MARCH 4, 1923 Diamond Creek. 11 a.m., Mr Page: 7.15 p.m.. Mr Collom Arthur's Creek, 3 p.m.. 1Ar Collom. Cottle's Bridge, 3 p.m., i tr Page. ilurstbridge, 7 15 p.m., AIr Page. 'Tanek's Corner.3 p.m., Mr Hlose. Panton Hill, 7.:.0 p.m., Mr Roer. Wattle Gleu, 7 15 p.m.. Mr Rose.

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