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Clearing, Furniture Sales Conducted [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
Clenring, Furniture Sales Conducted Valuations, Probate and Mortgages. All Classes of Insurance Effected. Allan Brown, Auctioneer, Proprietor. Real Estate and Business Agent, Live St ck and Farm Salesman. -n'arms for Sale-10ac. to 500ac. Croydon Market Agencies: Alston's Windmills. Troughs, Pumps; Joyce and Co. Coolers and Milk Cans; Pritish Mach. Co.'s Winches, Scoops. Chevrolet Cars, Trucks; Buick Cars; fohn Dere Tractors, Orchard, etc.; .i;tchell and Co's Farm Machinery; rister & Blackstone Engines, 1-50 h.p.: Gibbons' Rev. Hillside Disc Ploughs: Zarriers, Drovers, tel. C'don 45; pte. 76. Lnry T rns arranged on Agencies.
PERSONAL PHEASANT CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
PEPRISONAL I'll I:i\S.1N'I' CiEICK .lr. and ril's. DIayliss, of Pheasant r'eek, have returned froni a holiday trip to Sydney ntnd Hiltbane.'. Mr. and AlMrs. 0. ' Teb'lieyand'Mlsyt Rahye Denerca, wveit Vbith therii .They travelled by car around the coait and camne home ?Va, the m:I t IIlgw'ay; and altogether lada it wonde ful trlip \hiloe Kinglake shveored In fan athios phere close to eiro they found it quite unpleasantly htot in, Irislanto
SCHOOL ENDOWMENT [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
SCI[OOL ENDOWVMENT Tune20 i 'as selected by the trustees (HiI, ,Allen: (School Committe'), T. J: OC ugan and C. J. Smith (Puiblic Trus "teesa id i head teaclhet for, the final p)lanting aof 100 ,pine trees to comnpleto the sr:i acres. ."lHundrieds ofa .trees planted nine years ao a?re now i, ? odd feet in 'helight, In z another 20 years 'the local, school iivll gi eatly binefit, and theo head teachei, • on ,behalf of 'thollDealctltnent, sincerely thanks the tusttee, wliho have rl'ked eariesitly .ndl Indilstioid'.sily, and the ',scoce? ofl locial people who have avwliy.s resplond edl woll to th'e iniay culls:. 'The lad le. have always' provided~ rioi f no ,on tea. Australia. is the .ichoji ifoir this fine worklc
Yarrambat DEPARTMENTAL WAR FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
Yarrambat )DEPARTMENTAL WAR? FUNDS , The head teacher if iarrangingb' for the first 'of 'he school 'functions for thle a)bove ,Waar Fund.l. Ex-scholars of the, past twelve yel?Vs- and pres ent ~asholais are to mniangee coniplete WORICIN,G ?BEE' ". The last worindg. bee on the C'huich rof: Engl?anit ere~ :,wvas a qecided suc cess .iiev.A J; t?iamlford' led thev will= hoid orers. Ladies piovided a fine afternoon tea; The ,Rev. A-'A..aJ.a Bamr fo iihlias discontinued church:, frunc-. tio?ts locally^ on account of, the hiter= national situation '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
"THE ADVERTISER" BEST AND FAIREST FOOTBALLER, .. "Football Vote," The Advertiser, Eltham. I desire to cast ione vote min support of . ....'of;L'-/.... . .f .. .. ... . Club, as the -best and fairest player in the.. .. ..... ..,,............ . Association during the 1940 Football Season. at ... Auction Prices VYOXOLA-CABINET ELECTRIC INTERSTATE RECEPTION. AIR KING--MANTEL ELECTRIC Traded in for Battery Set. ASTOR MANTEL BATTERYLESS RADIOS As traded in, Guaranteed, Sand with new 6 volt Battery I (OR RE-CONDITIONED AS NEW, £16/10/) CABINET DRY BATTERY RADIOS PERFECT CONDITION 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 Pty. Ltd. ltegistered Oflice: Write to Wellington St., Montmorency PHONE: GREENSBOROUGH 152 DEPOT AT GREENSBOROUGH When ordering SOFT DRINKS, Insis...
Kinglake RED CROSS EMERGENCY [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
Kinglake IRED CROSS EMERGENCY On Empire Day the Red Cross Emergency Service Company conduc ted a stall in the city in front of Mel bourne Town Hall. Although the idea was not suggested until about two weeks prior to Empire Day, members collected potatoes, generously dona ted by many growers in IKinglake, jams and preserves, bulbs, cakes and sweets, flowers and ferns from local residents and by Friday a good collec tion was ready. Mr. WV. Ilarcombe placed his truck and Mr. Leo. Laurey his car, at the disposal of the Coy., and Mr. Leo. Lawrey and Mr. Jack Upton, driver of the truck worked hard for the success of the venture, both in the transport ing the goods and members of the company to the city, where they re malned the whole day, returning to Kinglake at 10 p.m. This was all done without any ex p)ense to the company or members and was a very line gesture on their part. Members who went to the city were Mesdames F. Thomson, W. McMinn, J. Trounson, Leo Lawrey T~. FIarcombe and A. J...
Kinglake West MOTHERS' CLUB BALL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
Kinglake West MOTHERS' CLUB BALL To mark the first birthday of King lake West School Mothers' Club a ball was hold in the' local hall last' Satur day night." One of the largest crowds seen in the: district for many years gatheredi there, and with - daricillg rnod nmany,: novelties the evening' pass9 od gaily: he: 'hail iwvs delghtfully decoitated with fringed. streoamers radiating ffoni :a -estoon;'rof balloons in the cegti: to ba skets' of flo~ers at '-the :ies:; Wiile, ''`: the w:ialls and stiagede recovered with turn l iends. 'The' Whittlesea Mouthorgan Bandi" nalklng ite fl. ist appearance ,in ing lake, suppiled lthe' music aida pleased21, all pies.nt .with the excellent ler formance The :inemher of. the abiove;i club't: ,: ljave done spi eiidid ~ok fori the scho'ol+; during their filrst year of office, and °; arle noi co ns(eiaring' carryingtheir effortis further y'? aissiting :tieh;-;ie , a?'le C oss l rovement.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
A? MIGHTY -EFFORT MUST BE MADE i I This Loan is a great offensive against the enemy, an offen rI ; sive. to be fought with that powerful weapon, wealth-the I wealth, great and small of every Australian citizen. This " I War Loan (and its twin, the War Savings Certificates Cam-; paign), gives everybody. a chance to help to win, and. complete success will only come if everyone subscribes all, I Sor even more than 'he can spare. if £20,000,000 is asked for, and the terms are 2 % for 5. years, .I repayable 1945, or 3% for 10-16 years, repayable 1950-56:?'. I Apply to any Bank, Money Order Post Office or Stockbroker.. AUSTRALIAN WAR LOAN LEND TO DEFEND THE RIGHT TO BE FREE BRIAR HILL TIMBER Coy. ALL GOODS AT CITY PRICES. SPECIALS! 3in x lin HARDWOOD SHORTS ..5/6 per 100 lineal feet: 2in x flin SHORTS . . . .. .' 3/9 per 100 lineal feet Limited Stocks Available eAll Building Hardwood Available. Baltic and Hardwood Flooring and Linings; Phone: Greensborough. 119.. H. R. SQUIRE Proprietor S...
SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICES Ini,.accordance with .the l?ublished .wiih i of .King George VI, special pryS, ers were made in all the churches of the districit on Sunday. Mr. '',i Green conduicted the Methodist services:, Mri C. Dron the Presbyterian; wher'e a special .prayer meeting . Was also or ganised and 'well attended,', alndl :Padclr H.i E. Hayes the Anglican Church .where :thi'ee special 'services :were ? or ganised and the collections :given i't the Mernda Red Crossi. Mr. A. F, Jessop conducted the evenin' -service at. :undoora. Mr.` A. F. Jessop, dio cesan lay reader, coriducted the sped ial Emipire IDay prziyer sei'vice in :All Saints' Church.- There was a larged attendance.
Morang Market [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
Morang Market Quiney, fLawboy Co., 396 Rourke street, Melbourne, report having held their usual fortnightly sale in their M'orang yards last Monday. A good - yarding of pigs was penned, but com petition was weaker and prices throughout were ecsler. Thirty-one milkers were yarded and included some high-class heifers, which met strong competition and showed a rise on late rates. One Jersey Cro.s Helfer realised £15, an other £14/7/6, and several between £13 and £14. Springers sold up to £13/15/-, others from £9 to £12/2/6. Fat and chopping cattle were firm. whilst dairy heifers were dearer. 87 hobby calves submitted and sold at late rates.
Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
Sheep Sales Macarthur & Macleod Pty Ltd re port: Fat Sheep. - On Tuesday at New market there were 1441 trucks and 6189 by road, being 85 trucks less than the previous Tuesday, but as the bi-weekly sales have been resum ed the supply available this week with Thursday's numbers added, will be 49 trucks more. At Tuesday's auction competition was active but at values that were 1/ lower for best sheep and 2/ lower for plain quality. Included in our sales were: On a/c. of G. T. Kerr "Brooksleigh" Strath kellar,.36 crossbred wethers to 36/7 avg. 31/2; on a/c. Enderlie Estate 217 merino wethers to 22/4, avg. 21/4 Fat Lambs. - 79 trucks and 6226 by road (14 trucks less than last Tuesday), but the supply this week when Thursday's number are added, also exceeds last week by 93 trucks. This greater number available was no doubt the cause of a fall in value of 1/ to 2/6 per head, plain quality suf fering most. However values were fairly satisfactory for it must be re membered that rates ...
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
THE MARKETS. Croydon Report All classes of cattle selling in brisk demand. Milking Cows, £15; heifers, £ 15; stale, £11; springing cows, £15/7/G; heifers, £13: backward, £10/10/; yearling heifers, £6/7/6; poddles, £6/5/; tStore bullocks, £10 /11/; store cows, £7/7/6; lightweight bullocks, £12; prime cows, £12/5/; heifers, £11; beefy cows, £10/15/; choppers, £7/5/; crackers to £6. Calves.-Competition keen. Large vealers, £9; small, £6/5/; calves, 83/; small, 28/; underweights to 15/. Pigs.-Heavy porkers to 72/; med ium, 60/; light, 40/; killable to 36/; haconers light, 80/; boars, 57/6; stores 33/; slips, 25/; suckers to 19/6. Sheep.- Selling freely. Woolly lambs to 27/; ewes, 2-tooth, 24/3; ewes, full nmouth, 21/; 'wetlhers, F mouth, 25/; store rams to 22/. Poultry.-Still going well. Cock erels, 12/6: drakelings, 11/6: hens, 9/9: cock chickens, 9/3; stags, 7/9; chickens, 6/2; pullets, 9/6; hens, 9/9; WV. hens, 5/3; drakes, ,/-; ducks, 6/3: ducklings, 6/8; turkey hens to 15/-. Horses...
WEDDING PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 31 May 1940
WEDDING. PRESENTATION At a functioil arranged. by the. Plenty Rovers Football Club last Sat urday and' held in the Mernda Me chanics' Institute, a presentation was made ~ to `Mr. Ron Collins, -a former captain of the Club, to mark the oc casion of his recent mnarriage to Miss Smith. The president of the, Club (Council lor Orgill) made the presentation of a crystal reading lamp and eulogised Mr. Collins' sportsmanship. : Mr. Or gill said that' ;the "guest of .honor hiad always ,tried'lto play the ball. rather than the man. He' was a gentleman both on and off the field. SHe. was supported in these i'emarks by' this year's :capt in, Bruce Kil patrick.