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HURSTBRIDGE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
HURSTBRIDGE 10RTIOULTURAL SOCIETY, The Hursthrirlge Hrlioultural icty held ite uiluitily tl eti;i oil °oLy, 4IIh intLanLt The attendance this icusinn weas nor is large as tlhe plirince of the eul,,j"eia uildi;rdie. alr deseorvel. Am.onig the oorre> "llece weore loters from ViOcilrianl fel'rdi?t.' Co operative Asewliation ii Collral Pruilgrowers' Assooinlioen, 3ilfilin1g important ilanis in riit. Caim with the nlackeling of this ae '3 fcuit urnlc , Owilg to, tlhe II a lltiOedn0oe met of the I emn lad h1 lithil over for nIext ntetieng, A leottr was received frann the I lliuWIwn PrIO?trIes Aes.ielatioa, king the S?Ilety to Jlein thmn icl rolest Uegeintt IIi pc p-al tU make li l Sbhiie of El hati at this presi t d bIt it w cs alinnge unsaimously dI Iulo ielepIrt Or Urey'i prlrosal, It ne als idcidedi to intl roout out o i the OuCentral Ununuil tic ,)1y olhl'oe the propiacl of .', A5'iiilnlin e i ts eiffra to thi i"inlh i for fruit iy legielttio , it ll'iInnloit u ti'?ilnlll sy egrely...
THE MAGNANIMITY OF THE BRITISH. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
THE MAGNAN[I1rTY OF TIlE B1tIT1S I. This great trait in the character of the British is niora noticeahble hero than in the Old Lind, chitfly on account that this geilt .country- hon attr.cted some. of the very bteat from European cetltres other'thet our own Little England, Ireland, Scotland and Vales and tile adjaceth Island. of Mletl, Man, eta. Our leadintg citizons have taot been slow to eeangnise tlie worth anti value of some of these t..la..'Th n.and.tlaheir.,descendants are close neighbours to some of its by contact mnd interinarriags, and havo become parts of us. The war Ihas stirred their ancestors' inood that is in themr Iabit, which is quite tantuanl, but they are int a sort of dilemma to know what it is all about, and sing " Rule Britannia" with vigour thea ante as ourselvee. Every nation belieavo they have a great future before tlem, nn.l all the lot excetl Ireland and a seition of Australia Ihave mrndo up tlheir tainds that if they want anything Imtre thnn thely hava alr...
WHITTLESEA SOLDIER HONOURED. CORPORAL W. J. YOUNG WINS THE MILITARY MEDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
WflITTLESIIA SOLDIER o HONOURED. CORPORAL W. J. YOUNG WINS THE MILITARY MEDAL. Word has. been 'itioially received front the Defence Departnent that Corporal W. J Young, whose mother lives at Eden Park, has been decorated with the Military Medal for bravery whilst in action in France. He is connected with the.22od Battalion and hes been on notive service for onme time. A movement, initiated' by Mr. Robert Hughes. J P. (whbose son, Pri rate Claude Hughes, was recently killed in action in France), hal hree set going to make anitable recognition of the honour won by Corporal Young A strong Committee has been formed tocally wibh Mr Thomas Jobling as Honorary 8 ,.oetary. Corporal Young is to be heartily congratalated on the coveted distinction he lasa won,
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, 12TH DECEMBER, 1917. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
WI-ITTLESEA SHIRE .COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MIIETING. WEDN$EDAY, 12TH DErnaManR, 1917. The fo.llowing is the floanial state ntent submitted- and adop-ed at the last meeting of the above Council I - General Account. Payments recomnmended, £147 Os Sd; nmount received sinen last meeting, £385 9. 5Sd ; dr balance as per bank book, £-4858 84 4d. Country Roands Board. Payntents recommended, £150 7s 2d ; amount received since last meeting, £157 0- 3rl; dr balance as per bank book, £737 Is 11.. Loan Account. Payments recommended, £180; amount received since last meeting, nil; dr balance as per bank book, £2316 83 6J. Riding Balances. Whittlesen dr, ...£ 8615 0 4 Yan Yean , ... 1758 1 0 Morang , ... 2044 1 10 Epping , ... 1 45 2 6. A tl ere'' N t, Mr. W. H. James, Ysn Yean, wrote as follows: Adverting to your's of the 6th inst., you have either beenmi ninformt.d or pulposely -misled 'hy' animono whose busineasit is to discover maro's nests, as neither myself or any of amy employees have bee...
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, DIAMOND CREEK. (By Ovu OWN REPORTER.) One of the most successful enter lainments ever produced at Diamond Creek took place last Saturday evening, when the scholars attending the Nillumilik school gave an entertain ment in aid of the Schools' Patriotic Fund. Trhe hall was crowded with visitors fronm far and near, and these witnessed a program worthy of any city in Victoria. The items were varied and interesting and were placed on the stage in such quick succession that the audience was, in many cases, astounded at the rapidity of the changes necessary for such to take place. This was due to the effective work of the dressers, Mesdames God frey, W. Edmonds and G Edmonds, who were ably supported by Messrs Godfrey and Cusack, upon whom fell the arduous work of the stage effects. The whole of these helpers are to be congratulated on the efficiency of their work, which could not be surpassed. To Mrs Cusack belongs the honour of the evening for her most willing volun tar...
A LETTER OF APPRECIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
A LETTER OF APPRECIATlION. .-- e*-- Tho following letter speaks for itelf, and we are sure the many frlends of r lM' Auliffe will be pleased to know his services are appre ciated : Education Department, Melbourne, 30th November, 1917. Sir,-I beg to inform you that your work as district representative in Ihrticulture has been brought undeor the notice of the Department. The Director desires to express his appreciation of the work you have deoa during the past year. The plan of spreading horticultural skill and tknowledlg by means of district repr'e sentattives has amply justified itself: it has done this on account of the energy and enthesisem of the teachers selected for these posts. In the trying times ahead skill in the differont branches of horticulture is sure to become more and more valuable. In thanking you for your past endeavours the Director feels sure that you will not relax your efforts, but will, on the contrary, multiply your past successeu. Yours obediently, C. S.IITtl...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. WELLER—LAWREY. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. WELLER-LAWREY. The Presbyterian Church, Yarra Glen was the scene of a pretty wed- ding on Wednesday, October 17th, when Miss Mary, A. Weller, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs E. Weller, Kia Ora," Yarra Glen, was married to Mr Alfred J. Lawrey, eldest son of Mr and Mrs J. W. Lawrey, Kinglake ----series, Yarra Glen. The church was handsomely decorated by the girl frieds of the bride with flowers, wed- ding bells and greenery. As the bridal party entered the church the "Wedding March" was played. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. ---- Chapmen. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a dainty frock of ivory-white crepe de chine, daintily trimmed with shadow lace and a girdle of orange blossom. The --rt-train, hanging from the left shoulder, was edged with lace and ----ing and ornamented with a horse- shoe of orange blossom and true lover's ---- of white satin ribbon. A hand embroidered tulle veil was worn, caught --- a wreath of orange blossom, and carried a...
GOLD IN DUSTBINS £3,000,000 A YEAR FROM EMPTY TINS. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
GOLD IN DUSTBINS 4.3,000,000 A YEAR FROM EMPTY' TINS. One,of the most curious results or the war has been the increase in the value of waste, some of which is now worth' nearly as much when it is' waste as when it was new. Waste paper has become quite val uable. Rag and bone merchants are buying up every scrap of paper they can find. This is.on account of the great difficulty of transporting wood pulp across the North Sea. Owing to the submarine menlce, our stock of' paper in England is becoming so. scarce that many newspaper firmns, following the example of the proprie tors of the-'Times.: are seriously. thinking of raising the price of their dailies. Certain woollen rags cost to-day" five times as much as they did be fore the war, because of the dye-stuffs. with which they are impregnated. If every consumer of: tinned com- modities could- return the empty re- ceptacles to an- organisation which. could work them up again into useful articles, an enormous source of eco nomy would be...
WAYS TO PRESERVE GREEN PEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
WAYS TO PRESERVE GREEN PEAS. Boll the peas in slightly salted water drain through a colander when cold, add a little cayenne, a, tablespoonful each of whole mustard and chopped horseradish, cover with strong vinegar and bottle. Allow an ounce of salt to a quart of water, boil for 20 minutes. Place some of this water in a pan, and when boiling add enough peas to fill one or two preserve bottles: allow them to boil for about five minutes, lift with a strainer, and fill into bottles ; then pour over the boiling salted water from the other pan, and seal care fully. A simple plan is to fill wide-mouth *d quart bottles or jars with the shelled peas, rejecting those which are bruised or discoloured. Stand the jars in a pan of cold water over gas. or fire. When the water boils, take out the jars, and at once cork them tightly and seal them. Keep in a cool, dry place. For the last method the peas do not require to be very young, al though they must be freshly gather ed. Shell them, and put t...
RASPBERRY PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
RASPBERRY PUDDING. Cream a quarter of a pound of but ter, and with part of it well butter a plain mould; with the remainder mlx, three well whisked eggs, a quarter of a pound of esgar and a pound of raspberry Jam. Take half a pound ot breadcrumbs, thickly sprinkle the mould with them, then put in mix turo and breadcrumbe alternately till the mould is full, adding bread crumbe last; if by chance you have not quite enough to make the last layer of breadcrumbs, nee a slice of bread-and-butter. Bake for an hour m a moderate oven, turn out, and sift sugar over the top.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
NERVOUS BREAKDOWN A REMARKABLE CURE What Clements Tonic can do in restoring the nerves to heahlhy power and making the weakened system strong. A lettu in point which is worth reading. No. 6 Post Office Place, South Malb., 2/7/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., r " 'our tonic is one of the quickest nerve and brain cures known. I tried all kinds of dorctors' medicires, and got no relief oas I have from your tonic. I could not stand anyone talking to me, or the noise of the town trallic. I lost appetite and weight. I was that weak at times a child could push me -..?t.?L.ail alvefaln.work. I lay hour after hiur awake, non I c.o go to bed and almost sleep at once. My case was one of the worst I ever heard of. I thought I would never get well. I can hardly believe the relief I have got front Clements Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I told you of have left me, and two or three more bottles will make me strong. Before this I was going twice a week to the V'elhourne iHsphlal, and many people were the...
Ladies' Column. PRUNE JELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
Ladies' Column. ---4-- PRUNE JELLY. Stew three-quarters of a pound of good prunes in nearly a pint of wa ter, with lemon-rind, cinnamon stick, and a little sugar. When quite ten der stone them and press them through a wire sieve. Measure the pulp and syrup, add enough claret to make up a pint and a quarter, and add half an ounce of dissolved gela tine, stir over the fire till thor oughly dissolved, sweeten to taste, and pour into a wetted mould. Serve with whipped cream or mustard, and stick shreds of almonds into the jel ly, or strew the top with fnaly-chop ped pistachio nuts.
WHITTLESEA STATE SCHOOL. ANNUAL BREAK UP. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
WHITTLESEA STATE SCHOOL. ANNUAL 13REAK UP. The brenk-up of the Whittleeoa State School for the Ohristmua recess took pllecn on Tuesday afternoon, 18th inst. The Chairman of the Committee (Rev. D, B nco) presided, and several of the parents and friends were pro sent. The children rendered a pro gramme of songs and recilations very nicely, and addresses were given by the Chairman, Rev. Wilfred Jtmes and Mir Thomas Jnhlling (Head.niaste). o'hlt Revs. Biuan, eld' Joaes slnIke very highly of the work of the teacherh, Mr Jubling .and j (les Salmon. Mr Jobling stated that during the ypar not a single complaiul hd been made by any of the parents of the children to him ; thills was plesing to him and the other teachers, and it indicated that the beit of feeling existed bhi. twoet parents land teolheera. Cheern were given for 5Mr Jlobling and Miia Salmon, Two Iprirs, donated by Mr Iultchinson, Yun Y'nn, for the blet hoy tald uirl in exatinalltnltl wete wil by Date Rtndnl anti1 slay M*Uren. Tw...
ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
ANNUAL AlrINGro. Printed statementa of accounts for year ended 30th September last were subiitlted and tith Auditnr's report read, which was as f?dlo??s:- t'resident, Ctotnoll ors a'd Rateplaers of the Shire of Whittlesea. Ladies and Oentlemen,-I- have to report that I have completed the audit of the accounts of the Shire of Whittlesto for the year ended 3oth September, 1911, and have certilled the samae an correct. Arrears of Itates.--t)u the 30th Sep tember, 1916, the arrears of rates amounted to £604 else t1. This amount has now been reduued to £31 1 Ita 4d, hilt to this must he alddd the amnount of tthe current rate ulnct. looted, namely, £193 Os 4, making a present total of arrearo of £684 17e 81, Your Seerrtary appears to have beet asuccessful in collectilng a subastontat amount of lthe old balance, and 0o doubt further pIrolreas In this direction will hbe marde during the cumlin year, Arrearn of SBanltary Charges.--On the B0th September, 1916, thtee stood at £lst Os Id, and a...
THE Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser AND Diamond Greek Valley Advocate Published Every Friday Morning FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 19[?] [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
T'le lititim at Rtttttltttera "dvucrtisr AND +iutloutd (?+rck Tull cl 1 Publialhed Eu ery Frtiday FRID)AY, DECEMIBER 21, 1 OURSELVES It has been our practice in t4 to drop an issue during Ch week to allow our staff to full? pate in the holidays. Thii however, owing to a quantity being on hand, and which s unable to insert in thisl in intend publishing a paper Cha week and to drop an issue in th week in the New Year; so will scribers and advertisers take tl an intimation that our next ian appear on the 28th inst., and tie lowing issue not till llth hi As Christmas will have come gone before our next puhlicatih take this opportunity of wishil readers the compliments of season. A report of the Schools' Hurstbridge will appear nexti We are pleased to noticethe Brivett Clarke, son of Mr.and L W. Clarke, "Linton G Doreen, has passed his materia and pharmacy examination. Holiday Events.-Boxing . plain and fancy dress ball, Hill Hall; ball at Hurstbridge Saturdiy, 29th inst., grand con the ...
REMINDERS FOR DECEMBER LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
REMIINDERS FOR DECEMBER (From "Journal of Agricultlre," Victoria, November 10th, 1917.) LIVE STOCK. Horses.-All farm horses in constan work at this sesson should be well fed rvi:t Slast yer's chaff or a mixture of old arn new, to which a liberal supply of outs ha been added. New chaff or hay alone is no recommended, as It has not the ousutridntri powers of old hay, and Is liable to give rise to digestive troubles. Horses require warle at frequent intervals I beeping them for , long time without water, and then allowion them to drink to eccess is injurlous " An occaslonal feed of green stuff will h, benefllal. In the ervent of this being un obtaloable, give at weekeauds a bran mash to which is added 17e or six packets or Epsom' salts. Mares which are away from foals for amn lengthl of time should have a portion o, milk taken from them before foal is allowee to run with them, otherwise serious results may accrue to foal. Good results follow al allowance of chalff and oats to mares aut...
Eltham Shire. COUNTY—Evelyn. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser and Diamond Creek Valley Advocate — 21 December 1917
CONTT--l5elyn, Paensls-H-Brgoyne. Suttno. Tar part Gre nabiroueh karlen ,,L Ntillumnbik, - Que atolwnrgla 1 North, arrast.rr Created a District, 26th Sept. 185s Pr cinhed a Shiro, Mir April, 180;71? dares aljuscted, 31st flay, 1012t e. LoANr---L5000 t Sinking Fuld_3491 President--toert C, White Councillors. Soan li?DINo. Name Address letia William Morris* Elthan A? James Murray Eltha t1 Robert David Taylor* Ellh hanm I NoRTuERN RSDIG. Wm. George Gray, J.p.+ AIIwood John Mailn Stralhee?- 111 Robert C. White Kangario Grouad llt EASTrItN IirntoGyo., I Joseph Smedle* s jw rrj Glen 1 Willialm lubbard - Steel's Creek Chaa. Hluks IBath, J .P.e YarrG I, * Has heen President. Council meeto at Shire Office, Ksan Ground, Firt .londay in Ionnth at PUt Secretary attends office from 10 to 4. Acting Secretary, Valuer and Collector. P, J. Ml'Mlal?ou. Engineer-Charles John M'Cornneckc 430 Little Collins street, Melboure. Trea.urer--V. I'.hreastrom, Comlte?d Bank, GreenahOroagh. , Sanitary aid'.Inspe...