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RED CROSS MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
RED CROSS MEETING The next meeting of: the Greens borough Red ?ross branch will be held on June 2G at 2 p.m. in the Masonic Hall. At the last meeting 12/' was received from- Mrs. Rolfs7 being the proceeds of a card afternoon. half of which was handed to the Comfort Fund.', pa rty`; x conval.sce rioldiera from 'Stonnington' will 'isit:Greens borough next Tuesday afternoon and will be entertained at afternoon tea at the, residence of Mrs. Santon, President of the Red Cross. Dona tions of cakes from branch members may be left at Mrs. Santon's' home. Mr. Studley of Diamond Creek has given a cake and a 7 Ib. bag of flour to be disposed of for Red (:ross funds.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
TIMBER! Hardwood, Softwood, All Sizes 0 Galvanised Corrugated Iron, * Hardware, SIronmongery, Etc. C. ROUCH PTY. LTD. Burgundy Street, Heidelberg Phone: Heidelberg 24. THE IDEAL STORE Hurstbridge H. M. Bertrand Prop. Cheapest & Best GROCERIES, GRAIN, PRODUCE, MEDICINES, TOBACCO; HARDWARE and CROCKERY at BED ROCK PRICES. 'ORDERS DELIVERED - ORDERS DELIVERED For Bigger Friendly Society Benefits, Medical Expenses, Sick Pay, Hospital,. Funeral Benefits, You Cannot Join a Better Society than the- MANCHESTER UNITY I.O.O.F. The Largest Friendly Society in Australia Tie Only Society 'Paying 10/- Weekly For Continued Sickness ,IFull Particulars from the Following Secretaries:-v Eltham.-L. W. BALLENGER, Main' Road. .Phone 13. Diamond Creek: G. J. MIDDLETON. Hurstbridge: J. COX. MEETINGS: Eltham Public Hall, Alternate Mondays; Hurstbridge Mechanics' Institute, Alternate Tuesdays; Diamond Creek Oddfellows' Hail, Alternate Mondays. THE ABOVE SECRETARIES ARE ALSO LOCAL AGENTS FOR THE MANC...
Eltham Air Force House AIRCRAFT AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
.Elthamrn Air Force House AIRCRAFT AUXILIARY In aid of the above funds a foot ball match between Central Office and Manin Storehouse of the Aircraft Pro duction Commission, will be held at Central Park, Eltham, on Sunday, June 30. Three League players and several ex-League players will be in eluded in the teams. The Newport Workshops Baniid .has kindly offered its services for musi cal recitals. These will start at' 2 p.m. and' intermittently during: the match. This day promises *to *be an ex ceptionally happy and entertaining one, and whilst you will be enjoying your selves, you will be helping an A.ux iliary which is in earnest need of your co-operation to do a good job in its. effort to help mnaintain Air Force House.- This is one occasion when a little talking won't hurt-talk abou? it to your friends.
CLUB'S PERCENTAGES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
CLUB'S PERCENTAGES EPPING-'For 100 goals 83 bhds; Against 41 goals 73. bhds; percentage 241.8. HEIDELBERG-For 81 goals 95 bhdsi Against 58. goals 67 bhds; per centage 139.6: GREENSBOROUGH-For 71 goals :90 bhds;. Against .63 .goals 80 bhds; percentage 112.7. ELTHAI-tiF'or 660 goals 95' bids: Against 80 goals 84 bhds; percent age 82.8. D.V. JUNIORS-For 55 goals 72 bhds;- Agaiiist'78 goals' 83 bhds; per centage 570.6. IMO TMOir ENCY-.-For 46 goals 60 bhds; Against 99 goals 108 bhds; percentage 40.6.`
HEIDELBERG DOWN AGAIN ELTHAM'S MASTERY IN CENTRE T. Pratt (Epping) Heads Goalkickers' List [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
' HEIDELBERG DOWN AGAIN ELTHAM'S MASTERY IN CENTRE T. Pratt (Epping) Heads Goalkickers' List. SURPRISING their opponents with their speed and stamina, Eltham gained a convincing win in their match at Heidelberg on Saturday. The football was of good: standard despite a strong wind blowing from goal to goal and heavy rain during the last term. The win stamps Eltham as a much improved combina tion and this success was brought about bytheir ability to master the 'Berg's usual supremacy 'across the centre-a factor which has won them many games ,on their own large ground. :':By losing to Greensborough, Diamon,d Valley Juniors : .have very little chance of taking part in the finals. Their, form.at times has been high class, but rarely has it. been maintained throughout a game. Montmorency are not disheartened: by the, fact that they have not secured a win, and turn up smiling .each week. : The outstanding feature of their;. match with. the leaders, Epping, was T. Pratt's tally of f7 goals,...
WAR SERVICE COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
WAR . SERVICE COMMITTEE There was an exceptionially big at tendance at' the' above, committee held at. Mrs. Andrew's* hoine on - Thursday. Many new.members join ed up, 'and the work is flowing in ,steadily. Since last meeting 23. prs of socks, 11 ,pullovers, 11 scarves, 3 helmets, and 1 cap have been receiv ed, and the amount from the en velopes realised £4/18/. Mrs. Bell and Mrs Howard attend ed the; meeting land handed in ten guineas, the proceeds of a ball run by the Ladies' Guild at Research on June 14. Mrs. Boake. expressed to them the thanks of the committee for their .splendid effort. It was decided to send £10 to the French Red Cross and also to send a parcel of woollies to the Comforts Fund. .The Committee has received authority from the Patriotic Funds Council of Victoria to act as a War Service Committee subject to its strict compliancewith the provisions of the Patriotic Funds.Act The Com mittee is authorised to grant permis sion to any organisation which desires to cond...
WAR SAVINGS GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
WAR SAVINGS GROUP The Eltham School Committee has formed a War Savings Group at the School and already there are 64 siul scribers to the scheme. Although, up to the present, all the subscribers are either scholars or parents of scholars, any others who desire to join the scheme may do so. Regular weekly subscriptions will be. received, the children mostly pay ing 6d. per week, while adults may piay more according to their desires. It has been decided to keep the children and adults in separate sec. tions, so ,that whein the certificates rno allocated children will have a fair chance of obtaining a certificate maturing early. Further, it was decided that the collections. slhould take place at the school, although for the convenience of people- who have no children at tending the school Mr. J. C. Ritins will also accept subscriptions provid ing they make arrangements with him. Trustees appointed for the group are Messr:s. Williams and Rainis: Sec retary, and Treasurer, Dr. mBradimry; ...
RED CROSS MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
RED CROSS MEETING There was a very large attendance at the meeting of the" Panton Hill Red Cross branch ol Wednesday afternoon ,at the Soldiers'. Hall. The chair was taken by the president (Mrs. D. Shanhun) and after the sing= lag of the National Anthem, the sec retary (Mrs. Lewis) gave a :report of the month's work. The substantial aniount of .£9/10/ was handed in as the result of nu merous small efforts which had been held since the last meeting in May when £ 37/10/ was donated to the special appeal. A proposal for a system of system atic giving was 'outlined and received unanimous support from the mem bers. Mrs. P. Roach Pierson has offered the use of "The Crest" as a depot and work may be obtained from and returned to her at that address. The spending of £5 on wool and the purchase of 20 yards of flannel was authorised. Mesdames Roach-Pierson, W. Rowe and J. Gray offered their homes for cai'd evenings which will be dilly ar ranged and the branch is most grate ful for these house...
WANDERING PIGS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
WANDERING PIGS Some wveeks ago. Heidelberg Coun cil took action against Mr. Laidlay regarding pigs belonging to him which' were allowed to wander on the roads. Complaints had been received from a number of residents pointing outi the danger to children caused by the pigs being allowed to wander. Mr. Laidlay sought permission from. the Court for time to sell the pigs, and. this -was granted. However, the pigs have not been disposed of and are still being allow ed to stray on the roads. Further complaints have, been received oy the council, and at its meeting on Tuesday it was decided to take fur ther court action and to'push it to the extreme.
Yan Yean WAR SAVINGS GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
Yan Yean WAR SAVINGS GROUP A wonderful response has been made to the newly formed War Sav ings gi'oup at the Yan'Yean school. Although the scheme was only put into operation on Monday, every scholar has joined the group. Some of the children have trans ferred their Savings Bank accounts to the War. Savings, with the result that already approximately £8 is in hand for the purchase of certificates. ;A number of parents have expres sed their intention of joining the group, and it is hoped that more resi dents in the district will become mnem bers. _
CLEARING SALE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
CLEARING SALE " MONDAY, JUNE 24, at 10.30 sharp, to be held at the -Croydon Market for convenience of sale. ALLAN BROWN, Auctioneer, has been favoured with instructions from Edward C. Dyason Esq., to. dispose of the whole of his Farming Plant which has been purchased new under two years,-1 Howard Tractor and Rotary Hoe, cost £450, wor'ked 300 acres only; Ronaldson & Tippett Saw Bench 2ft Gin saw; "Nambool" Hand Hay Press; Massey Harris Cliaffeut ter, 3 knife, only cut 15 tons; Sun shine Hay Rake; McKay Manure Spreader; Massey Harris one horse Mower with pole and shafts, one year old; New Sunshine Disc Drill, 14 tynes; Ten foot iron Roller; New Set Grass Harrows; new Set Drill Har rows; New 3 leaf Harrows; Heavy Horse .Roller; Horse Orchard Spray Pump; Single Goose-neck Plough; Scoop; Scarifler; Electric Wire ien cer; Corn Crusher; Barn Trolley; Winch complete; Gas Pump; Cement SBarrow; Grindstone; Feed Bin; 2 Ladders; Spray Stand; 100ft HIoso; Camp Stretcher; Scythe; 2 Borde...
"THE ADVERTISER" CUP Votes Should Be Sent In [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 June 1940
"THE ADVERTISER" CUP Votes Should Be Sent In With only three more home and home matches to be played in the Diamond Valley Football Association's Competition, the period for voting for "The Advertiser" Cup for the best and fairest player in that association is drawing to a close. The final coupon for vot ing which will be available for supporters of the Dia. mond Valley Association players will be published on July 5, and the closing day for receipt of votes will be the following Thursday, July 11. Voting in the Panton Hill Association will continue until the end of the third round of matches. The closing date for that asso ciation will be announced later., To the present there have been, very few votes record ed, and: those who are hold ing', back their votes are asked to forward them. .DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION B. Hart (Eltham) .. .. 11 H. Bradford (Eltham) . 10' PANTON HILL ASSOCIATION H. Verso .. .. .. .. .. 3