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GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
SGOLF Iclngnlake Golf Cltip 'vi as well repro's ented at the Flowerdale ,Golf: Links on Sunday. last, when a , tournament was held there. Almost the entire club turned up, whichl goes to slow that although the club is .om??less the spirit of golf is not deaid. .Members' of the clul -.wore in -luck w~here .the trophies were- corlcernedc Mrs.. Harold Collor 'succeeded' in.,car rylng off the ladles'. trophli, 'a hand some p1air- ofniulga wood book-ends; while Mr. Dineen -tied for the gent's trophy but lost it. on the toss. .This is the second time Mr. Dilneen has tied as trophy' winner on the Flowerdale cour'se, and. each time has been unlucky enough to lose on the toss.
RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
RED CROSS T'he, monthly meeting of the Red Cross was held in Price Hall on .Tes day, June 25. The attendance was good, and a large quantity of finished 'work handed in.. In the parcel forwarded this i-d"eli to the-depot were:-1 bed cover, 8 kit -bags, 13 bath towels, 13 huck.towels, 2 pullovers," 4 night caps, 4 pairs socks; . pair mittens, 1 helmet, 1 hot water bag.'cdver, and ?ther small articles. - .At the next meeting on. July 22 thbrev will be a quantity of work. to L distribute, and it is hoped that ladies in -the district will respond for this very urgent wvork.
OBITUARY MISS A RILEY [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
:.OBITUARY MISS A RILEY The sad news of the death of Miss Annie Riley, which occurred, at. Haw thorn on June 30 will cause deep re gret to her many friends at Panton Hill. It will be recalled that the late Miss Riley resided until recently at "Wharepuki" Panton Hill, where with the late Miss Maud Rattray more than two decades ago she took a keen. in terest in the welfare of the district. She was a noble worker for the church and every deserving cause, and helped assiduously with Red.' Cross work during the Great War" 1914-18, in association with the late Miss M. Rattray. The remains were. interred, in the.` :.: Kangaroo Ground cemetery .oiTues- ' fay, July 2.
Epping A.C.F. PATRIOTIC CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
'Epping A.C.E. PATRIOTICf CONCERT O'ne of .the most enjoyable aild suc cessful concerts' held in Eppi - was organised by the Eppingfand.T omas town bianch: of the A.W.NIL. 'at the Epping Shire Hall on Friday, :June .28. -The large audience was very appreciative. ,Thet League extends its thanks to Miss Jessica Smith who arranged the programme,. and brought such' de lightful artists as Marion Lightfoot, Iris Shaw, Norman Bland and many otlier well known artists, including Miss. Jessica Smith. . Miss Georgie Bunting,' President of.the local branch of the A.W.N.L., and of the Australian Comforts Fund Branch, wishes to thanl? all those who helped to make the concert such a huge success, makiig .a net profit of £20 which will be sent to the cen-. tral Australian Comforts Fund to pro vide_?omforts fo'r he. Australian Fighting Forces.
Kinglake West [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
Kinglake W est The Mothers' Club ran their last monthly dance in aid of: the' local school's branch of State Sichool War Relief Funds. The Whittlesea Mouth ?Organr Band again supplied the music foi' dancing, and as on their previous appearance at Kinglake West Hall, attracted a tremendous crowd from all parts of the district. The Mothers' Glub is devoting all future entertainments to the above VWa- Relief Fund, and is hopeful of securing the services of +the, mouth organ band permanently.:: The next dance will be held on: Uly'20. Mr. Bruce Dunn `and .Miss Violet -Burton were the wiiinersofthe Monte Carlo dance. . -.
The Right Man For Recruiting BORN TO BE A SOLDIER BRIGADIER GENERAL LLOYD'S MILITARY CAREER [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
The Right Man For . Recruiting BORN TO BE A SOLDIER BRIGADIER GENERAL LLOYD'S MILITARY CAREER In selecting Brigadier General Lloyd as the man best fitted and most likely to maintain a steady flow of. recruits for the duration of the war, the Federal Government brought one of the "Big Guns" of the last wir into action. When the war broke out in 1914, Captain Lloyd's name was amongst the first in. He went overseas as a captain in the Royal Australian Field Artillery, and was at the Landing. 'He was still in the firing line when the Armistice was signed. But in the meantime, he had made rapid progress in rank, finally reach ing the position of Brigadier General. When the A.I.F. was evacuated from Gallipoli. he went to France and Bel gium. He was mentioned in des patches, won the D.S.O., in 1915, and then in succession was decorated with the C.M.G., C.B., and C.V.O. In addition, he was honoured in the Fourth Class of the White Eagle of Serbia. Much 6f General Lloyd's success can be attr...
Whittlesea DECISIONS IN COURT [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
Whittlesea. DECISIONS IN COURT Leslie Funston was chadrged at the Whittlesea Court on Tuesday with having dliven a noisy truck on Plenty Road. Constable Edward Stock gave evidence that the noise of the vehicle could be heard 300 yards away. When intercepted, defendant had said that "The Boss had fitted a straight-out exhaust pipe without a silencer." A fine of 10/- in default distress was imposed. A. E. Welsh, of Kinglake, was also fined 10/ for not having had a time card on his vehicle when intercepted. RATEPAYERS' LEAGUE MEETS A the meeting of the Ratepayers' and Residents' League on Monday night the vice-president (Councillor Balharrie) occupied the chair. The business of electing a new president in place of Mr. Campbell who left the district, was again postponed. The League 'decided to foirward to the Council a cheque.for. £75 being its payment in regard to the latest grant made by the Public Works De partment towards 'tho- comlletion of the Swimming Pool. Another- matter which ...
Greensborough RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
Greersborough RED CROSS 'The next meeting of the Red Cross will be held in the Masonic Hall on Wednesday, July 10 at 2 p.m. Further donations have been re ceived from the Methodist Ladies' Guild, 15/; card afternoon held at the home of Mrs. Smith, Warwick Rd, 14/; card evening held at Mrs. Rolfs' 14/. A hand knitted jumper has been donated by Miss Amy Knapsey to be disposed of to augment the funds Tickets may be obtained from the Hon. Sec., (Mrs. Waldron) for a Municipal Cbncert on Wednesday, July 17 (tickets 1/) and Patriotic Ball by the Mayoral Debutantes on July 25 (tickets ,7/0 double, 4/ single.) . - / An appeal is. made to boys with trucks to carry waste paper etc to Mrs. Mason's, McDowell St, for trans port to Red Cross Headquarters. FAREWELL' SURPRISE PARTY To say farewell to Miss Carol.Bam ford who will marry Mr. Duggan Day to-morrow, evening, members of the Church of England Choir arranged a surprise party at th'e Vicarage last week. During the evening, Dr. E. R. Cordner m...
Wattle Glen SCHOOL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
Wattle Glen SCHOOL- NEWS i: On *June 15 a social evening was held in Wattle Glen School and funds ir.aised for the Junor Red Cross and. for school equipment. Many visitors came from Melbourne and a total of £3 was raised. Miss Jacobi helped to arrange the function with her brother, who is in charge of the school. The school has a remarkably good library for a small institution. A meeting .was held last week to help the Junior Red Cross which is working to aid children. Mr. Bean-do. nated a War Savings Certificate. Those present at the meeting were - Mr. Jacobi, secretary and treasurer; Mr. Bean, Mr. and Mrs. Keenan, Mrs. Mc Donald, Mrs. Pepper. Arrangements. are being made for:a a ; mystery afternoon at the School by,:.' which it is hoped to raise more funds, g , Children are collecting papers, iroin, tins etc., to assist in every way pos-:. , sible.
Thomastown MECHANICS' INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
Thomastown MECHANICS' INSTITUTE Avery. enjoyable and successful ball was held in'the hall on Wednes day, June 26 in aid of Hall funds. There was a very satisfactory at tendance. Mr. McNiece was MI.C. Many pretty frocks were seen in the' gathering: Misses M. McReown, red marocain and silver lame; P. Wil liams, -pink georgette;E. Rodda. black velvet; 0. Moore, clover lace and taffeta, sash; B. Barnard, tur quoise-figured marocain;, N. Hirt, dark: red sheer with- diamente trim mings'; M. Wilton, white georgette with silver lace 'trimmings;' F. McKim-. rmie, pink: georgette; J. Hirt, white chiffon, diamente trimmirigs; M. Cor rigan, mauve cloque; D.. Bell, floral. georgette; R. Guatta, cyclamen taf-: feta; N. Batten, blue chiffon; D. Cotchiin, pink georgette; G. Edwards, pink satin; A. Harrison, variegated goorgette; M. Caldwell, black satin; trimmed with white; E. Fulkner,, striped georgette; M. Varcoe. pink georgette with bolero; F. Henderson, blue net taffeta; E. Henderson, black vel...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
Clearing, 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. Farms for Sale-10ac. to 600ac. Croydon Market Agencies: Alston's Windmills, Troughs, Pumps;: Joyce and Co. Coolers and Milk Cansi British Mach. Co.'s Winches, Scoops.: Chevrolet Cars, Trucks; Buick Cars;, Jfohn Dere Tractors, Orchard, etc.; iJtoehell and Co's Farm lTachinery; Lister & Blackstone Engines, 1-50 h.p.; Gibbons' Rev. Hillside Disc Ploughs; Carriers, Drovers, tel. C'don 45; pte. 76. Easy T :mns arranged on Agencies.
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales ,Croydon Market Each Monday, 11 a.m. Best Melb., Country Buyers attending. Croydon Fridays-Furniture .& Stalls Healesville 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, Harness, Vehicles, Implements, Furniture, Dairy Utensils, Galv. Iron, Sundries. Top Prices Assured.
Yarra Glen Timber And Galvanised Iron Sale [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
Yarra Glen Timber And Galvanised. Iron Sale Contents: of Large Hall and Build ungs, 300 sheets Galv. Iron, 6ft, 7ft and 8ft lengths, 6000 Baltic Weather boards, 12000ft 6in x .in Baltic lining, 2000 lain Baltic Flooring, 10,000 super ft H.W. Studs, Rafters and Joists, 3000ft H.W.' Weatherboards, '4000 -4in x 1Win Kauri flooring, 4000 Machine Bricks, 50 good 6 x 7 round *Strainlng Posts. Also 100 4 to 5 ft. Posts, 20 .pr. Window Sashes, Lot Window Frames, 20 .Panelled and Ledge Doors, .Light Lunch at Sales, small fee. Further particulars Croydon "Market, Phone 45, private 76.
Two Clearing Sales On Same Day 42 HEAD OF CATTLE AND HORSES YARRA GLEN AND DIXON'S CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
Two Clearing Sales On Same Day 42 HEAD OF CATTLE AND HORSES YARRA GLEN AND DIXON'S CREEK Situated two miles apart, on Wed nesday, July 10. Yarra Glen-Timber and Galvanised Iron Sale. Starts 11 a.m., finishes at 12.30 p.m. Dixon's Creek Cattle and Implements Sale, starts at 1.30 p.m. finishes at 3 p.m. ALLAN BROWN, Auctioneer, has been favoured with instructions from Mrs. M. J. McCullough, who is relin quishing Dairy Farming to sell with out reserve the whole of her stock and plant including 12 Milking Cows, 3 Springers, 15 Dairy Heifers, 6 prime Fleifers, 2 Bulls, 3 good farm Mares, 1 Pony, 150 W.L. Hens, 3 h.p. Int. Engine. Saw Bench, 3 Knife John Smith Power Chaffcutter, Light Lorry, Tlp Dray, 2 Leaf Harrows, Double Shave Plough, Single Disc Plough, Spring Tooth Cultivator, Grain Crush er, Scarifler, Maize Cobber, 5 Concrete Troughs, 200 Fencing Posts, 60 Lengths new 4jin Galy. Spouting, 20 Lengths 2in Downpiping, Cyclone Wire Net ting, 100 Iron Posts, Copper : Stand, S new Gates ...
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 5 July 1940
THE MARKETS Croydon Report Cattle, pigs, calves and sheep in great demand, Milking -cows, med. quality, £13/10/; helfers, £12/5/; :stale., £10; springing cows, £12/7/6; heifers, £10/12/6,; backward, £8/110; yearling heifers, £5/10/; poddles, 90/i store'heifers, £6/115/ fat bullooks'pire week; £165: -prime cows, £12; heifers; £10 beefty cows;, £8/10/;. cihopperis, 71/5i; crackers, 90/; dairy -'buills small, £7; Calves.-Selling freely. Large veal ers,':£9 smrall, £015/:" calves, 55/; sniall to 30/;'. lght weiglhts to 12/. Pigsi.-Goold sale. H-eavy porkers to S5/?;6 'medium, 53/I `light, 42/;. kill ab t 38/ baconero light, 09 boairs, 60 ':chopping -sov, 70/; stores to 31/ sllps 24/ sickers up to 18/-:j Sheep.--Competition. keen. o.Poor quality of ered Lambs, 24/6 ewes, 4 t., 24/1; 6-t., 23/6 store oewes, 16/. Pouiltry.-High pliides nmaintai'ne. dockerels, i11/; cock chickens, 8/6; stags 9/' "pullet, l9/3; hens, 10/4; .~Y. hens,' 6/4; -drakes, 9/12; drakelings, 10/9; ducks, 7;' duckling...