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Eltham Engineer's Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
E.itham Engineer's Report At the meeting of the Eltham Coun cil on Monday, the. Shire Engineer (Mr. C. L. Tingate) reported as fol lows. - Country Roads Board. - As the Board's financial year is nearly com pleted, all works apart from patrol maintenance have been stopped. It is apparent that, in view of the war, only sufficient funds will be allotted for patrol maintenance in the coming year except that the Board is anxious to protect existing bitumen pavements by sealing them where funds will permit. Consequently arrangements are being made to treat as great a length as possible with a road mix seal. The work will absorb any money that may otherwise have been avail 'able for- widening, regrading and first seals. Mr. Christian has made a start with his ;contract on the Arithiir's Creek road, .which is proceedinig satisfactorily. Mr. F. V. Squire has signed the documents: in connection with the .construction of a- .footbridge at Lower Plenty, and intends to start immediately. The con...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
NOTICES Tiny Tim Home Lighting Plant ONE Gallon of Petrol will supply up to 10 lights for One Week.. Cost Only £65 INSTALLATION FREE Full Particulars from G. BROCK .Doreen Phone: Doreen 5. WANTED! All Classes Of Property For Sale In This District C. JESSOP & COY. Estate Agents and Auctioneers GREENSBOROUGH RISEDALE POULTRY FARM (C. CRAMP, Prop.) " Buy the Best-It Pays. Specialists in. Australorps. For strong, stirdy' chicks bred from my noted strain of. Prize Winers hatched fromn large eggs . Australorp Chicks: Sexed £8/10/ per 100, unsexed £4 per 100. White Leghorn Chicks: Sexed £7/10/ per :100; Unsexed £3/10/ per 100. Austral orp "& White Leghorn Cockerels, £1/1/- each. Eggs, incubator lots £1/15/ per 100. AIRLIE ROAD, MONTMORENCY N. E., ANGUS PANTON HILL BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR " NEW HOMES AND RENOVA TIONS. * MODERATE PRICES. COOL STORAGE Dilworth's HAVE the most up-to-date Store for the Cool Storage of Fruit. • The address is 67 HEIDELBERG ROAD, IVANHOE, and the T...
CYCLING WHITTLESEA AMATEURS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
WHITTLESEA AMATEURS, Whittlesea Amateuri Cycling .Cl.? conducted i' road race?over a `12 mnile course :last :atuirday: ,The coubrse was to: Hume Vale. and ieturn via Milky Lane. The winner.,proved to be R. Bat ten, 'who rode off the three-minute mark.f. He richly deserved' his win as he lias been riding consistently well during the season. During, the previbus :two- races he `looked like the winner. when he had a break down. , Second' place was filled by J. Searle from 2 min, who just beat A. Sparrow. Fastest 'time werit to ? ';.Watts from. scratch, who beat L; Mitchell (scratch) by a length..' His time was 35 minutes. D. McKendrick finished strongly to dead-heat for 7th place with L Mit chell. Aggregate scores to date: L. Mit chell 40.; L. Roberts 39. H. Lorenz 36; A Sparrow 35; J Watts 30; A. Beard 30; D. McKendrick 283 ; N. Woods 28; P. Sparrow 28; S. McDorn ald-2-1; R. Batten 16, A Gale 16; B' . Wailes 6.
Eltham Health Inspector's Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
Eltham Health' tc Inspector's Report ? The Health Inspector (Mr. N. T. Davies) reported-as follows:- Infectious. Diseases. - Two eases T of scarlet fever have been notified, ni one from Eltham, and the other from Montmorency; also one adult case of a: diphtheria fiom Warrandyte. o. Diainage at Yarra Glen. - The pipe `drain under the footpath and u road commencing at Walker's shop b was inspected and found to be block- a ed with leaves. An employe working in the channels was asked to clear-it e out. An iron grating over the inlet P woitld'probably save this blockage at this time of the year when, the leaves II are falling. Sludge to a depth of h aboutfour inches was stagnant at the h I junction of the drain froin Walker's. Occupiers. of .premises on each. side of :Walker's were notified to clean - up their drains. Septic, Tanks. - Two owners at Lowver Plenty were advised how.. to I remedy, defecit in their t*.pks. also t a new'~ ank at Yarra Glen,' nearing t completion, was inspected...
Whittlesea Tennis Premiership Ball [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
Whittlesea Tennis Premiership Ball The Parish Hall was very effect idely decorated i!' blue and gold on Tuesday night for the Whittlesea Ten nis Club's premiership ball, the work hiaving been carried out under the ,direction of Mr. A. Blair. : The president of the Shire (Coun cillo T. Hurrey) attended and presen ted the premiership pennant and the tribphies` wonnduriing the recent Asso-' ciation tourniament.' Councillor Hurrey expressed his pleasure at seeing such a splendid gathering - there were nearly 200 people present representing all teams in the association - to witness the bhanding over of the pennant. He adlded that Whittlesea had not won the premiership for a good few years, but this season they had played mag nificently and had won in a very coi-. vincing'sfyle. He handed the pennant to Mr. Davison oii behalf of the club. IWhen responding; Mr.' Davison said that it was ten years 'since Whittle sea had had the holior of gaining the premiership. Mr. Davison then' plade a pr...
SATURDAY'S RESULTS A GRADE Macmont v Wattle Glen [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
SATURDAY'S RESULTS t A GRADE . a SMacmont v Wattle Glen v D. Glasgow d R.:Bassett 6-1-; Miss p P. Thomson d Miss 13. Pinim 6-:5; t ' H. Wines-Miss B. Backman d'R Bas- d sett-Miss B. Pimm 6-5;. As Wattle Glen had only, t .o members in their tealir, they had to forfeit the remain- E ing, sets. Totals: Macmont 8-48; d Wattle Glen 0-11. Greensboniough 2 v Montmorency R. 'Stubley-G. : Hart lost 'to' D. McAdie-M. Spence 4-6;' Miss E. Spence-Mrs. Hart lost tb Mrs -D. McAdie-Mrs. McMaster 2--6; :R. Stubley d D. McAdic 6-5; Miss E. 'Spence d Mrs. McAdie 6-1; G Hart lost to M. Spence 3-6; Mrs. Hart lost to Mrs. T.'McMasttei 2-6; R. Stilbley-Miss E. Spence v McAdie Mrs? McAdie" 1--1. Totals: Greens borough 2-24; Montmorency 4-31.. B GRADE -Elitnam Central 1 v Eltham 1 L: Bryan-A, Lo.werson d D; Collis P. Church -4;; Misses O'Donnell Dryan cl, Misses Bradford-Apted 6---2; L. Bryan d D. Collis 6-2; Miss O'Donnell d Miss Bradford 6-2; A. Lowerson d P. Church 6-3; Miss Bryan lost to Miss Apted 5-6...
MEN'S COMPETITION Warringal 2 v Eltham [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
MEN'S I COMPETITION , arringal 2:v Eltham S. W;. Howell Id . R. Masters (Y--3; P.R W. Bradlibury d C. Kowell 0--4; . R.:W Biradbury lost to I.R. Masters ,2-??: S. W. Howell d C. Kowell 6-_0; ,Howell-Bradbury dl Masters Rowell 6--5i 6--0. Totals: Eltham S.5--32 d Warringal 2, 1--18. . . . Montmorenccy :i' Macmont .T.' McMasteil lost to" II. Thomsqn 5--6 J. Shallard 1t W Francis 6-3; T. McMaster-J; Shiallard d HI; Thom son-W. Francis (-1, 6-0; J. Slial lard d HI Thomison 6--5; T. McMas ter a W. Francis 6-4. Montmor ency 5-35; Macmont 1-1? .
GOLF WHITTLESEA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
GOLF WHITTLESEA CLUB : 'Scores for Saturday, June 1, (9 holes stroke) : Gents-C. Griffiths (4). 34; C. Clancy (7) 36; F. Owen (8) 36(i: Ladies. - Mrs. Loudon (15) 37: Mrs. Davison (14) 40;" 1Mrs'. Burn hm (18) 42. Sunday, June 2. Special tourna~ ment in aid of Swimming Pool funds. 'Gents (18 holes)-H. Blair (9) 66; C. Dobson (13) 69; C. Batten (24) 69. Ladies (9 holes stroke)--Mrs. Clark (7) 39; Mrs. Loudon (i3);42; Mrs. Burnham '(18) 43. GREENSBOROUGH GOLF Satirday last (12 holes)' 45, T.) North (13); 46, A Wyatt (13); 50, A. J. Hill (4); 50, L. Mason (24); 61, H. O'Brien (18). Associates: 46, Mrs. 'A. J. Hill (22) ; 48, Mrs. O'Brien (23) ;.50, Mrs Mason (20); 54, Miss Cooper '(11); 54; Mrs. Wyatt : (15)'i 55, Mrs:. al dron (13); 57, Miss Hill (21i); 59, Miss L. Hill, (. 9); ,62, Miss': Ladd S(25) ; 71.:Miss' Partington (26); - I .
D.V.F.A. REGISTRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
D.V.F.A. REGISTRATIONS MONTMORENCY.--A. Brailsford, &nbsp; &nbsp; V. Cowan, W. Ellis, R. Haworth, &nbsp; W. Jacobson, T. Lacey, J. Petrie, H. Richmond, J. Rouhan, R. Stains- by, J. Stock, R. West, F. Anderson, K. J. Beard, K. Field, G. Gould, J. MacMillan, J. O'Neill, R. Renouf, &nbsp; R. Romeril, R. Sands, W. West, &nbsp; E. Willett, A. Gummow, W. Hill, &nbsp; F. Taylor, E. Cooper.
Eltham Premiership Ball [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
Eltham Premiership Ball Seldom has the Elthanm Hall been more 'effectively decorated, than on Friday night last when St; Mary's Cricket Club held a ball to.celebrate their 1939-40 premiershlp of the Elt ham District Cricket. Association, The color scheme was black and white - the club's colors used in streamers-from the ceiling and intro ducing\ clusters of balloons down the centre of the :0ll. Around the walls were large. iosettes worked in the col ors of each of the cllibs~of the 'asso clation, with the naime of each club on its respective rosette.- St.. Mary's' was in pride of place on the stage..:, The president of the club (Mr. Cresp) introduced. the President of the Association (Mi'r. Shallard) who ex tended congratulations to St. Mary's on winning. their first premiership in the Association. He - referred to the fact that they were a comparatively new club in the association and for the past two or three 'seasons had. been very close to carrying off the premiership. "This yea...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
MACARTHUR & MACLEOD PTY. LTD. A. N. Macarthur and W. E. B. Macleod, Sworn Valuators AUCTIONEERS, STOCK & LAND SALESMEN HEAD OFFICE: . Phosphate House, 515 Collins St. Melbourne. 'Phones: M2471 (two lines) All classes of Sheep and Cattle Sold at Newmarket on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, And THURSDAY, and Dairy Cattle on FRIDAY. ", For Up-to-date Market Reports and General Stock and Land information listen-in to MACARTHUR & MACLEOD PTY. IlED.'S BROADCASTS:-Tuesday and Thursday, 12.15 to 12.30 p.m. from 3LK Central Victoria and on Thursday at 9.5 p.m. from Radio West ern 3HA. J. G. GRANDY'S ENGINEERING WORKS Any Lathe Work done by Fully Experienced Turner. Battery Charger installed and all types of Battery Repairs done. OXYWELDING DONE BY EXPERTS Repairs to Spray Pumps of All Descriptions Distributing Agent for Alfa Laval Separators and Bartram Engines. SPARE PARTS OF ALL TYPES. AVAILABLE. Right on the . , MAIN ROAD : : DIAMOND CREEK ALL HOURS ' I _ You can purchase all ...
Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
Sheep Sales Macarthur & Macleod Pty. Ltd. re port that at Newmarket on Tuesday there were approximately 18,000 sheep yarded which is over 2,000 less than the same day last Week.. Competition was steady at abodt the average, of last week's Quotations. 'The top. price was 34/1 and most' pens of .good av erage wethers sold between "C/ and 27/. Included in our sales were-a-On a/c "Vernon Price, Heywood, 92 Corrie dale cross wethers to 26/6, avg. 25/7; a/c F. W. Graetz, Angip; via War racknabeal, 57 crossbred: two tooths, to 26/, avg. 25/5. Fat Lambs. - There were 14,500 yarded .vhich was approximately 500 less than liBst week. The yarding in clpded many plain quality, but prices generally were equal to last week's lower range of values. We sold on account of F. W. Graetz Angip, via Warrnaclknabeal: . 59 to 26/5, avg. 26/; a/c Coffey Bros Monglo 44 to 24/ .avg..23/7; a/c M. F. Ken nedy, Bonnie Doon, 34 to 21/10, avg. 20/. Store Sheep. - There 'were' over 10,000 store sheep. submi...
Whittlesea Court Wandering Cattle Charge Fails COUNCIL TO PAY COSTS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
Whittlesea Court Wandering Cattle Charge Fails COUNCIL TO PAY COSTS On the technicality of ownership of four cattle found wandering un- attended in Laurel Street, Whittlesea, on Saturday afternoon, April 27, a charge laid by the Shire of Whittle- sea against Mrs. Myrtle Batten, of Whittlesea, failed in Wlittlesea Court on Tuesday. Mr. H. L. Jackson, P.M., awarded £2/2/ costs to the defend- ant against the Council. How he had found the cattle wan- -dering unattended In Laurel Street; about 3 p.m. on April 27, was described by John Alexander McPhee, of Yan Yean, the council's ranger. He gave evidence, that there were two jersey cows in milk and two Ayr- shire heifers, the two former bearing the brand MB. "I caused a message to be sent to Mrs. Batten's home," said McPhee, "and later Miss Beryl Batten came. I have known Mrs. Batten for seven or eight years. I have seen these cattle, often in the last 12 months and have impounded them on about 15 occasions. Mrs. Batten has always &am...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
WEDDING PARTY To celebrate the recent wedding of Mr. and Mrs. A. Graham about 50 guests met at their home in Whittle- sea. Dancing and cards were enjoyed, the music being provided by Messrs. D. Murphy, Disney, Wright, Rogers, and Basanco. Items were rendered by Mrs. Morland, Mr. J. Wright, Mr. S. Rogers, Mr. R. Johnson and Mr. W. Disney. Mr. W. Young acted as M.C. The monte carlo and broom dances were both won by Miss Maxwell and her partner. After supper had been served, &nbsp; Councillor Balharrie extended con- gratulations to the newly married couple and handed to Mrs. Graham &nbsp; a sum of money.
EPPING DEFEATS ELTHAM [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
EPPING, DEFEATS ELTHAM Epping. - --Worthington (capt.) Heath. Welsh, Dea, Gould, Hird, Shallard, Brazil (2). Pratt (2), Rae, Paulka .,(2), Scott, Hewat, Harrison, R. Ellis; 19th: Jose. Eltham. - Butherway , (capt.), Forde, Bradford, Illingworth', Hart, :Egan, Hill, Roach, Lowerson', Braithwaite , Edwards, Scott, McColl, Le Brocq , Morrison, S. Lawson, Maxwell, 19th man, M. Lawson. Umpire: Ross. In a sparkling dlisplay of pacy foot- ball, Epping and, Eltham provided bright. entertainment at Central Park last Saturday. Epping had the ad- vantage of the strong breeze in the first quarter. Worthington, securing the hit out -from the ruck, passed to. Rae who kicked first.goal. . Elttham fought back through Butherway and Bradford , but only a point resulted. Ep ping then had things their.own way .. with Harris, Pratt and Heath all ad ding goals. Eltham backs were flat out in. trying to stop Epping's strong attack. Worthington then passed to Rae for another 'goal for Epping. Good work by S...
ELTHAM HALL DESCRIBED AS "FOWL-HOUSE" "Not Fit For Dogs To Live In!" OPPOSITION FORCES ADJOURNMENT OF LOAN MOTION UNTIL JULY [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 7 June 1940
ELTHAM HALL DESCRIBED AS "FOWL-HOUSE" "Not Fit For Dogs To Live In!" OPPOSITION FORCES ADJOURNMENT OF LOAN SMOTION UNTIL JULY HEATEDLY declaring that the present Eltham Public Hall was a '"fowl-house" and."not fit for dogs to live in," the President of the..Shire of Eltham (Councillor Braid) tried hard to get a motion authorising the borrowing of £3,000 for the erection'of new Shire Offices and Hall by the Council on Monday. He had previously signified his intention of moving in this direction at the June meetng. In face of opposition from Councillors Hewitt, Smedley, Clarke and-McLennan, in view of the serious position overseas, Councillor Braid adjourned the matter for one month. Councillor A. Bell.was not present at the meeting. Dr. Cordner, reported to the meet ing that :hel had interviewed Mir. Ddig' one of the trustees of the James Trust concerning' the offer to lend up to £1,500 at one per, cent. interest £ for £ with the amount raised by, the --" lamond iValley Codiuiinifty ...
Hurstbridge RED CROSS AND COMFORTS DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
Hurstbridge RED CROSS AND COMFORTS DANCE To-morrow night, instead of, the dance which was to have been. held asa combined effort by the Panton Hill and Hurstbridge Red Cross and Comforts Committee, a dance will be held by the Hurstbridge branch. A special feature of the fiuintion will be the orchestra which is coming from Melbourne for the occasion. The prices have been reduced froni those previously advertised and the new charges will be found in the adver tising columns. "Everything all right?" queried the road foreman of the new watchmasn. "Quite all right for my first night. I've checked everything and there's only one little thing I can't trace." "What's that?" "The steam roller."
WASTE PRODUCTS FOR RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
WASTE ' PRODUCTS FOR RED CROSS A depot has been established at Mrs. Mason's honie, McDowell. Street Greensborough where clean iewspaper. telephone books, old .torn letters, cartons, cardboard boxes, etc., to bacco and cigarette tins and all metal, clean rags, hemp, jute, linen and cot ton waste, may be left to -be for warded to the celitral depot, Eliza beth Street, Melbourne. Clothing for refugee children is in gently needed. New a?id old gaiments may be sent to the store depot, North MelbournL. For further information. ring Greensborough 126.
Greensborough RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
Greensborough RED CROSS The meeting held. in the Masonic Iall last Wednesday was well., at tended, many new members' have. of fered to help with, the knitting ilid sewing , 'A siipply of flannel- has been pur chased; anyone wishing to help maik garments, etc., can obtain work from Mrs. Luxford. - The -President (Mrs. Santon) as sisted by-Mrs. Roy, entertained mean hors.: t, afternoon tea. ' A financial statement will be-published at the end of the moQntlh.