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Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

Sheep Sales, ?Iacarthuir & Macleod Pty. Ltd re port Fat Sheep - At Newmarket oin Tuesday there were 216k trucks and, 9045 fat sheep by road, this numberi being 15 trucks more, than previous Tuesday. Competition was' steady and values were about equal to last week with a slight easing tendency towards the close of the sale. Included in our sales were: •On a/c W..Waltoni, Windermere, 165 crossbred wethers, to 31/4 avg. 31/2; a/cVincent Lanyon, Lake Seag hur, via Boort, 25 crossbred 2 tooth wethers to 30/3 avg. 29/7; a/c Peter Watchem; 57: crossbred and comeback wethers to 26/6," avg. 25/10. Fat Lambs.--There were 118 trucks .and 4261 by road, being 5 trucks more than last week.. Heavy' lambs were fully 1/- under recent quotations, and light plain quality were 1/ to 2/ below' recent quotations. Sales inclulded A/c 'Vincent Lanyon "Lake Seaghur' via Boort, 161 to 29/2 avg. 28/4;.'a/c Phil Clarke, "Condah View" Condah 53 to 27/4 avg. 25/11. .Store Sheep.-There were approxi mately...

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

THE MARKETS Croydon Report There was an extra go'l' yardiu;g on Monday all classes of cattle selling in brisk demand. Nilking Cows, niedium quality ,to £11/10/; heifers, £10/5/; .stale to £9/10/; springing1 cows £12; heif ers, £11; ; backward, £10/1Q/ year ling heifers, £ 7/5/; poddiesl 86/ store cowsi,. £7/7/6;:, prime, cows, '£12/10/; heifers, £ 11/5/?; beefy, .£9/10/; choppers, £7/10/; erackers; £6/S/. Calves. --- Competition keen,, large veal'ers £9/7/6; small £6/10/ calves 73/:. small 33/; underweights to. 14/. :Pigs.--Still selling well, heavy pork :ers, to' 69/; medium 58/; light 43/; killaible to 36/; baconers, ligliht 86/,' : oars 45/6;' stores 34/; slips 26/6;: suckeis, 20/. ' .. . Sheep. - Scarce and dear.L, Woolly? lambs 27/1; F. mouth ewes,:21/; 'wethli ers, 32/. ;.oultry. --Cockerels, 16 ; stidgs 12/; pullets, 13/8; liens 10/6;-: driiikeliiigs 14/; cock chickens 8/9; clhickens 6/; W, hens, 6/3; drakelings, 9/3,;; diucks 7/; lucklings, 6/10; duck and duck lings, 13/; ge...

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Research COMBINED CHURCHES' BALL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

Research COMBINED ('HURCHES' BALi "e]ifore .Lhe doors opened at Re search.Hall last Friday night for the CoinlbiMd Churches' Ball all the ox peiises:had been, donated, so that. the wihol;of the .takings were clear profit. Uinfortunately the inclement wea thor: conside~itbly reduced the number of dariciiler hich usually attend, but despite this the. evening was quite suc cessful. The chairman of the committee (AMr Anton ..Brinkkotter) ..thanked those present foi attending and annountced that ,the "proceeds would be divided betwoeen.the ;Roman Catholic Church and rtle-Chirch of England. Monte Carlo dances were won. by Mrs. A. Keenan and Mr. R. Huggett; and Miss Claire Sexton and Mr. Nor man Tempest.' -? An unusually elaborate 'supper was served and thoroughly enjoyed, by the dancers. Mr. W. Allen acted as M.C. The opportunity was taken at this ball to announce the first function to. be held in Research in aid of the War. Service. The Ladies' Club has ar ranged to hold,a ball to be hel...

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

BRIAR HILL TIMBER Coy. ALL -GOODS AT CITY PRICES. SPECIALS! 3in x lin HARDWOOD SHORTS . 5/6 per 100 lineal feet 2in x lin SHORTS . ... ....3/9 per,100 lineal feet Limited Stocks Available * All Building Hardwood Available. Baltic and Hardwood Flooring and Linings. Phone: Greensborough 1 19. H. R. SQUIRE Proprietor Sherbourne Road Briar Hill THRIFT IS THE ARTIFICIER OF FORTUNE Thrift is just saving, not alone by the accumulation of money, but b' the wise spending of it, and saving is just commonsense. The majority of incomes are modest, so the majority of people must plan, either for unusually heavy purchases, or for thepventual establishment of a competence. The majority of people obviously realise this, and use the best, most practical system of-all, the Savings Bank account. It costs nothing, holds your money safe while paying interest, and re leases It to you whenever and wherever you may require it. (fmmIlnwcalt)b avings36Jank of lustralia (Guaranteed by the Commonwealth Governm...

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRUITGROWERS' MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

FRUITGROWERS' MEETING THE Diamond Valley Branch of the F. & P.P.D.L. met at Hurstbridge last week. At the request of the,Pre. sident (Mr. Keith Smith) who stressed the grave position overseas and the. loyalty of the prim~ary producers. The meeting opened with the National Anthem. The Secretary, read a detailed re port. of, the activities of the league in New Souith Wales. The President reported on the'activities of the league throughout Vtctpria and :;on mption; passed at 'meetings attended by the Diamond Valley delegates. The President then put suggestion; as alternative schemes to the meeting but the meeting decided to press :for abolition of the present scheme with the only alternative being a vote :one a. 50-50 basis. This motion is being piut to . the league when the delegates "attend, a meeting at East 'Doncaster oii' Thuis; day afternoon. ' FRUIT CONFERENCE -CANBERRA JUNE 24' In view of the discussions: on the urgent. necessity, for the holding of a conference on the ...

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

"THE ADVERTISER" BEST AND FAIREST FOOTBALLER "Football Vote," The Advertiser, Eltham. I desire to cast one vote in support of .............of ................ Club, as the mest and fairest player in the. ........ . ..... Association during the 1940 Football Season. at . . Auction PrIces NATIONAL SHORT WAVE MANTEL RADIO PERFECT TONE. / ... £17/17/ VALUE. HEALING RADIO -CABINET MODEL £4 .ASTOR MANTEL BATTERYLESS RADIOS As traded in, Guaranteed, and with new 6 volt Battery I (OR RE-CONDITIONED AS NEW, £16/10/) CABINET DRY BATTERY RADIOS PERFECT CONDITION £6/6 From '.. . .. :... All Radios Sold Carry Full Guarantee & Free Service, and may be changed for another if not satisfactory. EASY CREDIT AND INTEREST TERMS No Charge for Inspection of Your Radio. Repairs All Makes MONARCH & ASTOR DISTRIBUTORS SMITH'S RADIO Py Ltd. Registered Office: Write to Wellington St,, Montmorency PHONE: GREENSBOROUGH 152 DEPOT AT GREENSBOROUGH When orderinig SOFT DRINKS, Insist on .. . BARRETT...

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
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CROQUET PRESIDENT'S AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

CROQUET PRESIDENT'S AFT¶ERNOON On Tuesday the president " of the Croquet Club (Mrs. -A. Hodgetts) invi ted all members to a very enjoyable afternoon on the lawn. Competitions were won by Mesdames H. Sinclair, E. Herbert; S. Tonas and IH. Bradley.

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
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ELTHAM DEFEATS MONTMORENCY CLEAN, INTERESTING GAME The Teams [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

ELTHAM DEFEATS MONTMORENCY CLEAN, 'INTERESTING GAME . The Teams Eltham: Butherway (capt.), Ives, (v.c;.), Hart, Hill, Forde, Bradford, Illingworth, Squire, Egan, Roach, Braithwaite', EdWards. Scott, Litw son (2), LeBroca, Morrison, Max well; 19th: McColl.. Moqrtmorency: Petrie (capt.), Stock (v.c.), Hill, Brailsford, Lacey, Sands, -Hodgson, Jacobson, West, Rou han (2), Willett, Beard, Romeril, An derson, Richmond, Fields, Stainsby; 19th: West. Umpire: Ross. Although weather conditions were not too promising, a good crowd of supporters turned up 'to see Eltham defeat Montmorency. Montmorency who had the wind in the first quar ter, were first to score with Petrie passing to Stainsby for a goal. El tham soon replied with Butherway passing to Ives for their first goal. Montmorency had the Eltham backs defending, but were turned repeated ly by Squires and Roach. Good work by Hart and Buther way helped Ives to add another goal. Petrie then passed to Stock who ad ded one for Montmorency, f...

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
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ELTHAM NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

ELTHAM NOTES The enthusiasm of the players has nevei'been greater, as evidenced by the large number that take advan tage of instruction, by the coach on Sunday mornings. Supporters are also displaying an interest in the prac tice games and this tends to encour age the players. During the last match there were indications of sdme excellent team work, a feature of which being the absence of any degree of selfishness. Pie nights are held every Thursday, and this provides a great get-together for the boys. Garney Burges is do ing an excellent job of the training, and is receiving splendid assistance from Henry Downing, but the boys would much prefer Henry to be in the team. Another whose appearance would be welcome is "Bub" Hughes Whose sterling play on the back line is sadly missed. When the "Sec." appeared at the ground with his motor cycle outfit repainted in ,'e club's colors, the boys rewarded his loyalty with a fortnight's holiday, which will be spent in a tour of the Western Dist...

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
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Arthur's Creek Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

Arthur's Creek Red Cross A meeting of the Arthur's Creek Red Cross Branch was held on May 9. A parcel containing 'socks, knee caps, pillow cases aind caps, was pack ed and forwarded to the Red Cross Depot. Fifty-one pillow-cases were cut out ready to be distributed to the imembers. A supply of wool was also available for. use of- members. Since the first parcel of work was sent on in February, 34 prs socks, '22 pillow cases, 14 kneecaps, 1 hel met, 11 flannels and 3 caps have been forwarded to Headquarters. Afterndn tea was served at the meeting, but members decided to ab andon this during the winter months. Mrs. T. Murphy of Streamville was. enrolled as a registered member. The next meting will.be held on the sec ond Thursday in June:

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
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D.V.F.A. REGISTRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

D.V.F.A. REGISTRATIONS Eltham. , -H. Bradford, K: Braith waite, T. Butherway, C. Cresp, A. Cunningham, H. Edwards, L. ~Forde, k. Hill, H. Illingworth, W. Ives, L. Lowerson, M. Lawson, S. Lawson. R. LeBrocq, D. Maxwell, J. Morrison, V. McColl, J. Blundell, J. Egan, W. Squire, D. Scott, H. McColl, M. King, T. Brown. Epping. - T. Brazil; A. J. Ed wards, S. Gould, O. Heath, J. Hird, L. Hewat, C. R. Jose, J. Paulka, Lew Paulka, C. Paulka, W. Paulka, L. Paulka, T. Pratt, W. Pratt, A. Rae, J. Ryan, C. Rose, A. Shallard, L. Welsh, C. Wilton, E. Worthington, R. Ellis, T. Ellis, K. Harrison, W. Hird, D. Scott.

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
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DIAMOND VALLEY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL TRUST "GENISTA" TO CLOSE IN OCTOBER, 1941 Public And Business Men Discuss Project HUGE AREA REQUIRES HOSPITAL FACILITIES : LATE MRS. PRICE DONATES SITE FOR NEW STRUCTURE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

DIAMOND VALLEY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL TRUST "GENISTA" TO CLOSE ,IN OCTOBER, 1941 Public.. And Business Men Discuss Project: HUGE AREA REQUIRES HOSPITAL FACILITIES : LATE. MRS,- PRICE .DONATES: SITE FOR NEW STRUCTURE .. ONE of the most representative gathering of "business and pu-blic; men yet held in the district met at the home of Dr. .E.'iRC ? . R.. S " in Greenisborough las night to discuss ,the recessity for the erection of a community hospital in the Diamond Valley distriet. "T'"'' *,.,u','" ..... The :. lease of. the present h'ospital .at Greensboroughs ? r:,: : GePista," will expire in October, 1941, and Dr. Cordner stated that : :.:.. ,.tie owners were not desirous of entering into a.new lease for fihe' `, building to be usd as a hospital. This.will mean that there will be no, hospital ,of any descripy :, :ion' nearer than those at Heidelberg and, Ivanhoe to.serve.the,.dis atrict bounded by Whittlesea and Yarra Glen; and from Kinglake ' . down to Rosanna. It was estimated that t...

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
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DIAMOND VALLEY FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION Epping, Heidelberg Unbeaten ELTHAM'S FIRST WIN [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

DIAMOND VALLEY FOOTBALL ASSOCULATION Epping, Heidelberg Unbeaten ELTHAM'S FIRST WIN THE meeting of last season's finalists, Epping and Greens borough, at Greensborough created something in the nature of a football surprise. The visitors unwound some brilliant football and by all-round superiority made the game most one-sided. Heidelberg continued their unbeaten run with an im pressive win against the Diamond Valley Juniors. The match of the day was staged at Eltham, where the locals and Montmorency provided some excellent football with the result in doubt almost to the final bell. These two teams include many juniors who seem certain to develop into first-class players. TO-MORROW'S GAMES The star match of the day will be the meeting of the unbeaten teams, Epping and Heidelberg at Thomas town. Both these teams have proved their superiority over all their oppon ents tot date, and with fine weather the football should be of a high stand ard and well worth going along to see. Epping v H...

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
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This Week's Text— [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

This Week's Text Righteopsness exalteth:-a. na tion, but sin is a" reproach to any people.-Proverbs 14-34. t L.0 . . · . . .. i. T i7rT is the aim of the "Adver tiser" to make the football . page as interesting as poss 1ible''for the readers, and to d , 7 this end the co-operation of I Sthe clubs has been sought I {i-with:. a request that eachi' I home team supply a brief 1 I resume of the play quarter I i by quarter. As will be evident, in some cases this is being done and the opportunity for publicity for some 'clubs is being used Ito 'the full. In other in stances, however, the clubs have not seen fit to assist the paper. It has been imposs- : ible to'obtain comments on T some matches, even .scores I not being available. It is the desire of "The Ad- i Svertiser". to create enthus Siasm.. and interest in the! public for the various clubs, I aind to ,this end ,tvo cupsl have?-been offered, one for I i each association, for the i I best mnd fairest players in the associations. In vi...

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
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DANGEROUS HORSE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

DANGEROUS HORSE Councillor Price asked that the poundkeeper be instructed. to retain possession of a hoise which has been impounded in Eitlam pound until such time as contact is made with the. owner.. It was stated that' the- horse wan deied' on the roads arid created a dan ger to pedestrians 'by chasing them. Two women, t was said, had been kicked by the anmiial which was in, the habit of jumping fences and dam aging gardens. Councillor Price understood that several actions 'were pending against the owner for dam ages. Some people wanted to pay the poundage dues and shoot the horse.

Publication Title: Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
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Diamond Creek EMPIRE DAY [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

Diamond Creek EMPIRE DAY - On the afternoon of Friday, May 17, in. spite of'rhin,.a .largeo.number. of *ri'ents and ,friends visited the State, tchool to enjoy'tl e it'ems given by the, phildren 1n celebra.tinn of Emrnpiie 'Day. Both, the. Mayor '(Cdtincillor Ryan) and Ithe chhiiirithn of .the. Schooi Com initte !i(Mi. i3uchanah) .addressed the schliairs.. " , Aftiernoon. teoi .wasr -served for" the s?nall."h'iirge -of, id, by.. the Mothers' Club members, whereby the sum. of £1/5/- w'a s'dded to.. thoe cluih's fund for the children, ]'irls ,and.v:sweets were given' to the scholars, Credit is due 'to Misr: Maynard. for the training of the children. The now flag, which was very gen erously presented to' the school by thl Mayor and Mayoress of Heidelberg (Councillor and Mrs. Ryan) was first unfurled on Arrnzac Day.

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HEALTH INSPECTOR'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

HEALTH INSPECTOR'S REPORT In'fectious Diseases. - Four cases o0 scarlet fever were reported -two from Hurstbridge, and the others from Briar Hill and Montmorency. Immunisation Campaign.-- Con sent 'forms were prepared and sent to all schools in the.South and North Ridings. and 78 children:are to *be treated this year. This information has been passed on to the Medical Officer of Health. O o:tSanitary, Convenieinces on Park Areas-Plans have been drawn of proposed sanitary conveniences' for the two Elthamh parks and the' Mont morency, Park. Parts of the present conveniences ,, could be used for roofing, and dividing walls etc. The estimate of costs, if susten ance 'labor is used. for construction of the conveniences and septic tanks (material only quoted, fittings, pip ing and plumbing not included) are as follows: Eltham Central Park, £23/8/; Montmorency Park £23/8/;' Eltham Park £2G. These estimates are for conveniences with six-inch concrete walls, seven feet in height, and with th...

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Engineer's Report COUNTRY ROADS BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

Engineer's Report COUNTRY ROADS BOARD Widening and realigning of. ttlie Eltham-Yarra Glen Road on theiYarra;' Glen end is being carried out steadily. SThe bridge over the Yarra River lit Yarra Glen is being painted and tai red. The Yarra Glen-Glenburn Road -ali been graded and dragged, aiid ar'ran".-i ments have beenl made for this ,wor, to be carried out regularly. General maintenance work has been done on other main roads. The contractor has not yet :lcoml menced work on the Arthur's Creek Road as the delivery of pipes ..has been held up by the coal strike and defence requirements. Tenders have been called for con tracts on the Dixon's Creek and Tarra warra Roads, and fresh tenders have been readvertised for the footbridge at Lower Plenty. In the event of no tenders being received for this con tract, I have received authority front C the C.R.1. to construct the bridge by c cday lobor. ' UNEMPLOYMENT RELIEF WORK d The timber for O'Callaghan's Bridge has been cut, and most of it has...

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SCHOOL TEACHER FAREWELLED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

SCHOOL TEACHIR,3 'AREWEJtiED .ITo sayI far?voell toyMr. J. .in)ber lake; head teticher at Wollert School, the "school committee comprising Mfessrs. R. Batten, E; .Cotchin, Gass, (.) -Jaliwell, H. Loft, .;G.. Spruzen :and C. Yoting arranged ta'presentation. to, take Bilae when the scholars broke up last Prlday. On hehalf of the committee and th(i pupils,. Llndesiy .Cotchin- handed 1M\r. Timherlake a military set of brushes and 'cigarettes. Several addresses were made, and Mr. Timberlake thank ed those present for the gifts and for the very kind expressions of goodwill.

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HEIDELBERG WIN AGAIN [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 24 May 1940

HEIDELBERG WIN AGAIN If Diamond Valley Juniors had followed the lead given them by their captain, Bob Laurie, and played for the team instead 'of wandering from their positions and playing a selfish game, they would have given the tHeidelberg team a severe jolt. There is no doubt that the Juniors have the material for a first-class team. as witness their first half in the opening match of the season against Epping, but it was woeful to see them wandering around the ground on Saturday last. Instead of keeping with their men they dragged along a yard or two behind, with the result that Heidel berg were almost invariably to the ball first. Unless some definite improvement is shown by the back lines and the forwards, a drastic reconstruction of the team will be necessary. Except in the case of Wadeson and Smith there was absolutely no co-operation between the players in either of these departments. and time and again the Heidelberg team defeated their op ponents by nothing more than the...

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