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  • Family Notices

    ... [Family Notices] (42 words)
  • ENGAGEMENT

    The engagement is announced of Gladys Jean, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Marshall, State school, Arthur's Creek, to Eric, ... [Article] (40 words)
  • The Advertiser Incorporating ELTHAM & WHITTLESEA "ADVERTISER" and DIAMOND CREEK VALLEY "ADVOCATE" FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1931. Accidents

    Mr. W. Hutchinson, of Montmorency, received a severe burn on his leg through boiling water falling on it while in his garage. He is now ... [Article] (881 words)
  • EMPIRE DAY Diamond Creek

    Out of a roll of 82 only two scholars were absent on ,May 22, when Empire Day was observed at the school at 10 a.m., two members of ... [Article] (465 words)
  • FOOTBALL THE CHRONICLES OF WILLIAM

    Dear Brother,—I am very glad to say that our players have struck form again. Last Saturday we went to Panton Hill to play them their ... [Article] (178 words)
  • BOURKE-EVELYN ASSOCIATION

    Whittlesea were at home to Mernda and a good game resulted, but Whittlesea proved superior. The final scores were:—Whittlesea: 11—11 ... [Article] (85 words)
  • DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION Thomastown v Diamond Creek

    Although Diamond Creek boys were beaten by 10—S to 3—8 the scores lid not give a fair idea of the difference between the two teams, the play be ... [Article] (658 words)
  • UMPIRES FOR TOMORROW Bourke-Evelyn Association

    Mernda v Epping, Blandin. Donnybrook v Whittlesea, Dent. Diamond Valley Association Eltham v Heidelberg, Thomson. ... [Article] (117 words)
  • WARRANDYTE. Unemployed Works

    Work by the unemployed on the new road from Pound bend towards the township, which is to be named Everard Avenue, is going along very ... [Article] (133 words)
  • LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTION SOUTHERN PROVINCE MR. W. L. RUSSELL CLARKE'S CANDIDATURE

    Mr. W. L. Russell Clarke, M.L.A., directs attention to his candidature for the Southern Province election. Polling Day is Saturday, June 6. 8 ... [Article] (176 words)
  • CORRESPONDENCE. PANTON HILL HALL (To the Editor)

    Sir,—In your last week's issue, under the heading of Panton Hill news—Returned Soldiers' Meeting—was a resolution to write to the Progress ... [Article] (273 words)
  • RESEARCH PUBLIC HALL (To the Editor)

    Sir,—Your correspondent "One of the Interested" voices the opinion of everybody having the interest of the Research Public Hall at heart. No ... [Article] (59 words)
  • To a Correspondent

    "Locus Standi"—Your letter we consider is distinctly libellous, and we cannot publish it unless over your own signature.—Ed. "A." ... [Article] (22 words)
  • TITLES FOR MOTOR CARS WOULD CHECK CAR THEFTS

    Following representations made by the Royal Automobile Club, the Chief Commissioner of Police (General Blamey) is considering a scheme which ... [Article] (233 words)
  • Barrow or Building

    John Kendall and Norman Stanley Willoughby answered charges at the Heidelberg police court of building a structure in Station street, Fairfield, ... [Article] (128 words)
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