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CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
CROYDON MARKET Cattle. Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales Croydon Market Each Monday, 11 a.m., B.st Melb. Country Buyers attending. Croydon F'riddys-Furniture & Stalls [-Iealosville Sale 2nd Thurs. in Month. Yarra Glen Sale Last Wed. In Month. Lilydale Sale Third Wed. in Month. Croydon Horse Sale Every Monday. Croydon wants every Monday, any quantity Cattle, Pigs, Calves, Vealers, Sheep, Poultry, Horses. Horness, Vehicles, Impleoments, Furniture, Dniry Utensils, Galy. Iron, Sundries. Top -Prices Assured.
CLEARING SALE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
CLEARING SALE A Clearing Sale will take place on Wednesday, June. 19, at .10.30 on behalf of F. J. Ramsay, Esq. Lots .will comrn prise Stock, Implements and Fui'nit tur'e, 260 cross bred two tooth.ewes, joined Suffolk Ranms, 24 -3-year old Hereford IBullocks, forward and fat; 7 farm Horses; 400 lots Machinery, Implements, Sundries; 300 lots House *hold Furnishings; 1 Chev. ,utility Truck, 1939, small mileage; 1 Foidson tractor. Machinery,' mnplements and Furni ture are the best I have ever had the pleasure of submitting-to the general1 public, without, reserve. Some of it was lpurchased in the .last twielve months. or. full particulars see Sat urday's 'Age," and the ."Ai'gus" of ,June 8 Note.-Sundries and Tools 10.30; Im plements and Machinery 11.0; Cattle, Horses and Sheep 12.30; Lunch 1.0; Furniture 1.30; The sale will take place at "Murraba," and "Callamondah!" pro perties, ori the main Healesville Road, on th Mlelbourne side of, the river.. ALLAN BROWN, Auctioneer, Croy don Mark...
MUSICAL TREAT FOR WHITTLESEA-HURSTBRIDGE DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
i MUSICAL TREAT- FOR WHITTLESA-HURSTBRIDGE " DISTRICT The Public Service Military Band of. 28 performers, supported by Mel bourne's leading artists. will give an excellent concert at Doreen on Tues day, June 25 in support of Red Cross Funds. This is one of the few milit ary bands in Melbourne, and some of its members were bandsmen at tached to the famous Guards Band of England. It is recognised as being one of the best bands in Victoria, so don't fail to hear it. The artists comprise Miss Violet Frawley, who is a wizard on, the mello-piano; she is also a singer' and an excellent comedienne. She is ably supported by Mr. Migliatti, the celebrated violinist. These two ar tists are wonderful entertainers, and their items are sure to meet with enthusiasm. The tall magician is certain to astound all, and he defin itely explodes the theory that seeing is believing. The ventriloquist "Syd" Stewart is. on the same footing as the celebrated "Ginger," and This pal "Ken" as a paperologist is su...
RAIN SPOILS FOOTBALL NO SURPRISES : GOOD PLAY IMPOSSIBLE ON MUDDY GROUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
7I RAIN oPLS )POOTBALL. No SURiPRTISES ': G":OOD PLAY IMPOSSIBLE i 'QN MUDDY GROUNDS A COLD, bleak wind and.continuous drizzling rain made conditions most unpleasant for football, and in conse quence attendances at all matches were affected, only the most ardent supporters braving the -elements. Good foot ball was out of the question and kicking off the ground was the order of the day.. Montmorency surprised even their own supporters by producing their best form of the season in a stirring last quarter in which they were unfor tunate to hit the post on two occasions. The Eltham Greensborough match was anybody's game almost to theifinal bell. Eltham showed better form in the first half and 'btained a fair lead, but the visitors improved as the game advanced and made the finish very exciting. Epping were too strong for the Diamond Valley Juniors;, althoilgh at timesithe Juiiiors had.their opponenfs flat out' but could not hiaintain the pressure, DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION ;PREMIERSHIP...
TRY THIS SLIMMING EXERCISE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
TRY THIS SLIMMIING EXERCISE It takes.. three minutes. 'It can be' done in' bed. It has .been recommend ed by-thc;1938 British Open Champ ion, Reg. Whitcombe, not only as an exercise for slimming, but as one which helps to improve one's golf. Lie flat on your back in bed (hav ing removed the blankets). Raise both legs until the soles of the feet face the ceiling. "Then slowly, lower the legs to the original "flat" posit ion' Do this five times'. When you can. do this easily, and you won't do it easily on the first few mornings you' take to this slimming exercise, "add the following exercise in between each time you raise the legs. From the flat position, bend forward until your head touches your knees, and your' fingers touch your toes. When you have strengthened your muscles,, and become much. more supple, 'you will 'find- that you can swing your legs1 right over :your head.' As an aid to suppleness, try bicycling in bed. With your.legs in the upright ,position count up to 1.50 revo...
WANDERING CATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
'WANDERING CATTLE The Shire Secretary (Mr. R. G. C. Cook) reported to the council concern ing the recent wandering cattle charge held at the Whittlesea Court. He stated that the council had. lost the case on a technicality, and costs had been awarded against it. Councillor Gardiner: Are we going to take any more prosecutions? The Shire Secretary.: 'Of course we are. It was stated that the cattle had been sold since the court case, and that the. owner intended: leaving the district shortly..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
"THE . ADVERTISER" BEST AND FAIREST FOOTBALLER "Football Vote," The Advertiser, Eltham. I desire to cast one vote in supporto.,0f. Sas the best and :fairest player in the. .,... ".. :. ;. .. : . . . .Assocationi duirinig the 1940 Football Season. ::.,'MONEY 1 TO .LEND`; 'nimmediattely available. Auny:amount, froiii £10 upwards Witli or ,Without Security Repayments Arranged to'Suit, Borrower Personal Application Only to, The Manager . SPECIALTY INVESTMENTS PTY. LTD.. (Reg) Old Established GROUND FLOOR .81 COLLINS STREET MELBOURNE, C.1. Central 2643. EAT AND ENJOY THE BEST I - IT COSTS NO MORE ! ROBINSON & POWER'S (GREENSBOROUGH) Milk-Made Bread KEEPS BETTER - CUTS BETTER - TASTES BETTER Try A Loaf Toiday -It's Good Daily Delivery In Greensborough, Montmorency, Briar HIill, Ynrrambat 'PHONE. GREENSBOROUGH 56 at... Auction Prices ESSANAY BANTAM MANTEL RADIO Reconditioned and Guaranteed / / OR 2/6 WEEKLY VOXOLA 3 VALVE CONSOLE. In Perfect Order. SMITH'S PRICE ... ASTOR MANTEL BA...
WHITTLESEA COUNCIL NEWS WHITTLESEA POUND [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
SVWHITTLESEA COUNCIL NEWS WHITTLESEA POUND At the February meeting of the Whittlesea Council the Whittlesea Poundkeeper (Mr. W. Thomas) ten dered his resignation from the pos ition. At the request of the council he agreed to continue until the coun cil could make other arrangements. It was decided that the council make inquiries regarding a new site; to buy a piece of land if possible. To the present it has not been pos sible to obtain a new site. On Wednesday the President said that if Mr. Thomas was not willing to continue any longer the council could use its own yard at Whittlesea, or at Mernda if it was gazetted. Councillor McDonald, however, pointed out that the Whittlesea yard was quite unsuitable, because it was very wet. The matter has been left in abey ance.
MONTMORENCY'S FINE SHOWING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
MONTMORENCY'S' FINE SHOWING Despite the wet conditions the game at Montmorency was a hard, well-fought game. The game opened in a drizzle of fine 'rain. Heidellerg won the toss and kicked towards the railway end. The home side were first away, but the 'Berg's strong back line ..repulsed. them, and then from ,mart work on the wing " by Moore' for Heidelberg, kept them in attack," and the greasy conditions made marking difficult.. The quarter ended .with Heidelberbg i?i7 to Mont morency 2-1. The Heidelberg' ruc,) was winning in the centre and started many at tacks, but Willett,; playing well, sternly defended time and time again. Haworth was dominating the centre and keeping the forwards well fed, but the Heidelberg backs defend cd' ably. W Page was a rock on which many attacks were frustrated. Stainsby was a tenacious follower for Montmorency, and his able ruck work kept the home side in attack. How ever, Plunkett and Page goaled to give Heidelberg a handy le-id at the interval. The ...
Morang Market [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
Morang "Market - Quiney Mawbey & Co,.390 Bourke St, Melbourne, held their usual fort nightly sale at their- Morang Yards last Monday, when, a good yarding .of all classes of cattle and pigs was penned. The usual buyers were operating for pigs, and prices for pork were on a par with late rates, but suckers and stores wvere a shade dearer. Not so many milkers were yarded as usual, but the quality was good and competition yery free, and values were, dearer. The top price for a heifer was £15/2/6, which was paid .for a Jersey sold on behalf of Mr. J. Mann. Others made from £10 to £13, and one Guernsey cross cow on her third calf made £14/12/6. Springers also sold well, several being bought to go north, whilst the demand for dairy heifers and store cattle was the best we hive seen for some time. Fat cattle and choppers realised rates equal to Melbourne, and made up to £10/12/; practically the whole yarding of cattle was sold at auction, and the sale was generally consider ed to h...
CLUB NOTES ELTHAM [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
CLUB NOTES ELTHAM (By, Peg Leg.). Eltham Football Committee was well pleased with the' foi'm of its tean in its victory over 'Greensbor ough last wieek and are confident that if the boys play as well. again on Saturday they will defeat Heidelberg They also wish to remind siupporters and others who are interested that they will be 'holding a dance this Saturday, June :15' at the Public Hall So .roll up andl help to make it a suc cess. They wish to announce that every Thursday night is players' night at the club rooms.- Ant non-players will be made just as welcome as the players themselves. So come along and have a good time with the boys. Eltham's best man on Saturday was undoubtedly Clarrie Cresp. Al though in the position . the 19th man, he also took over the duties of goal .umpire, in which position he was compelled to stand in the driz zlinkg rain almost the whole afternoon In Bill Davis the club has secured a very staunch supporter who is al ways willing to carry out any duties ...
Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
Sheep Sales Messrs. Macarthur & Macilecd. Ply. Ltd., of 612-616 Collins Street, Mel Sbourne report: There were 161ltrucks and 3824 fat Ssheep by.road (17 trucks more than Tuesday last). Competition at early sales was steady -and- values some times a shade higlier than .recent quotations, but sales fluctuated later -in the day. and values generally av eraged about equal to last week. Prime Squality sheep often met str!ong com petition as has been the case at most / sales. The greatest- fall in all sec Stiolis being for plain 'nad inferior quality. Included in our sales were:-On a/c R. R. King, Warracknabeal, 66 cross bred wethers io 28/8 aavg. 28/6; on a/c of John Dunne, "The Homestead" Springhurst, 41 crossbred wethers, at 30/11. . -.Fat Lambs: There were 763 trucka and 4572 by road, this number being equal to 17 trucks \ess than: the pre vious Tuesday. Competition was steady throughout the .auction and values for. best quality were firm to, on oc casions, 1/ higher.. ' Incl...
Eltham KITCHEN TEA [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
Eltham KITCHEN TEA ,The popularity of Miss Bonnife Wal ker and Mr. .Bert Hart was clearly demonstrated on Wednesday night when a: kitchen tea hii their honor \vas held at the Fire Station.' Repre sentatives of all sections of the com munity were present. Cduncillor Andrew presented to the young couple, who will be married at the Methodist Church on June 22, the tableful of gifts, which had been brought by their many friends, and Mr. A. Kirkland, president of the Eltham Football Club, spoke oni behalf of the club. I On behalf of the Fire Brigade, Mr. 'W. Allen presented Mr. Hart with a fire screen. Music. for dancing was provided by Mr. B. Heddle, while Mr. Allen acted as M.C. After a thoroughly enjoyablo evening ..supper was served.
HEIDELBERG MAYORAL BALL COUNCILLOR AND MRS. J. L. RYAN ENTERTAIN 850 GUESTS Debutantes Waltz To Johann Strauss' Music [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
HEIDELBERG MAYORAL BALL COUNCILLOR AND MRS. J. L. RYAN ENTERTAIN 850 GUESTS Debutantes Waltz To Johann Strauss' Music 11EIDELBERG Town Hall was a perfect setting for the Mayoral Ball on Wednesday night, when Councillor and Mrs. J. L. Ryan entertained more than .850 guests. The only decorations in the beautiful ballroom were the Union Jack and Australian Flag draped across the back of the stage 'over banks of shrubbery, while the reception rooms and supper tables had masses of autumn-toned flowers and roses of every hue. Before proceeding to the reception where they received each of the official guests, the Mayor and Mayoress, together with their daughtersand son and the Town Clerk (Mr. F. W. Phillips) and Mrs. Phillips, met almost all of the guests in the entrance, hall. A key-note of the entertainment was the sincere and enthus iastic manner in which the National Anthem was sung immediately the official party had entered the ballroom, when the Loyal Toast :: was honored during supp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
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PERSONAL WHITTLESEA [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
PERSONAL WVHITTLESEA The engagement has been announ ced of Miss Gladys Brockwell, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brockwell, Hiume Vale, to Leslie, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Andrew, of Whittlesea. Mrs. Ovenden, a former resident of WVhittlcsea, is ill in the Alexandra Ilos pital. " Mrs. J. Coulthard, who is now at polac, has been ill and is , ng satisfactory progress to reco .-r,., Mr. George Hall, of Br uc ? who has been a resident of tl. et for many years, passed away last Thursday and was buried in Whittle sea Cemetery. Miss Iris Jolley, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. Jolley, of Eden Park, has re cently become engaged to Mr. Ray Todd, a cousin of the Willlamstown footballer, Ron Todd. MONTMORENCY -? .agement is announced of aughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. r e, Sherbourne Road, , to Robert ?I. youngest and Mrs. J. Ellis "Hill ensborough.
Diamond Creek RED CROSS MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
Diamond Creek RED CROSS MEETING A successful meeting of the Dia mond Creek Red Cross was held on Tuesday afternoon, and collections for the month totalled £6/2/. As the result of the recent dance in conjunc tion with the Comforts Fund, the branch will benefit to the extent of £5/4/6 heing half share. It was decided, in future, to hold fortnightly meetings, and to the meet ing on June 25 all are invited when sewing and work will be distributet}.
Panton Hill A.W.N.L. MEETS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
Pa tQh Hill A.W.IN.L. MEETS At" the well-attended quarterly meet )ng of the A.W.N.L. on Tuesday after noon the chair was taken by the Pre-. sident (Mrs. J. Quilliam). ..Before introducing the speaker-Mr. Adams - Mrs. Quilliam paid tribute to the secretary of the Panton Hill Branch (Miss C. Lewis) who, for the past 113 years had done so much to hold the branch together and give it the pos ition it holds among country branches. "A secretary's life" said Mrs. Quilli. am, "is not a happy one at the best of times,, and I could not have done my part during the 5 years of my pre sidency but for Miss Lewis. -She al ways gave me the greatest help, cour .tesy' and kindness and devoted her self entirely to the interests of' the A.W.N.L.. I am. truly glad ,she has agreed to carry on her work especially in these troublous times.", A word of appreciation was also given to Mrs. B. Smith, who has, looked after the branch's finance with true Scotch care, and to Mr. W. Lewis, who for so long,has grap...
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 14 June 1940
THE MARKETS Croydon Report All classes of cattle selling at high figures. liilking- cows, med. quality. £14; heifers, £13/5/; stale, £11/10/; spring ing cows, £13/10/; heifers, £12/10/; *backlvard, £10/5/; yearling heifers, £6-/5/; poddies, 84/; store cows, £7/10/; beefy cows, £11/5/: choppers, £7/10/; crackers, £5/15/; bulls, priv ately, £14. Calves.-Still selling well. Large vealers, £8; small, £4/10/; calves, 48/; small, 30/; lightweights., 15/. Pigs.-A. great sale. Heavy porkers to 69/; medium, 62/; light, 53/; kill able to 40/; boars, 53/; stores, 31/; slips, 26/; suckers, 20/. Sheep.-Lot of inquiries for good butcher sheep, with some good sales ,for store sheep. Poultry.-In great demand. Cock eresl, 11/9; drakelings, 12/3; hens, 11/3; pullets, 11/6; cock chickens 9/2; chickens, 5/1; hens, 11/3; W. hens, 6/2; drakes, yard bird, 28/; drakeling0, 12/3; ducks, 7/3; duck lings, 6/9. Horses.-Selling in better demand. Heavy draughts, £23; medium, £18; med. farm horses, aged, £10; jin...