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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 July 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 MAOARTHUR & llAOLEOD PTY. II.'D.'S BROADCASTS:-Tuesday and Thursday, 12.15 to 12.30,p.m. from 3LK Central Victoria and on Timrsday at 9.5 p.m. from Radio West-i ern SHA. J. G. GRANDY'S ENGINEERING WORKS Any Lathe Work done by Fully Experienced Turner. Batery 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 andS Bartram ; - Engines. SPARE PARTS OF ALL TYPES AVAILABLE. Right on the . . . MAIN ROAD : : DIAMOND CREEK ALL HOURS You can purchase a...
Correspondence PUBLIC HALL, ELTHAM (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 July 1940
Correspondence PUBLIC HALL, ELTHAM ('Io the Editor.) Sir,-Owing. to. war conditions it seems the question.of the hall is likely to be postponed for some years.' The- Cbommittee should publish a list of contributors and amounts in cluding-those (if any) who donated at the .time of the Queen Carnival. Of- course, details cannot b'e giveii in cases .of entertainments and such like.. I',understand"a loan of about '£1.00 was made from the funds to pay a debt on the present hall. :I expect this Chas been paid back-by now. as it was irregular to have used the money for: that purpose. As the" Government want all the money they can get, I suggest the committee` should at once -invest all the monies in -War Certificates and advertise the fact so that contributors could' object to the .proposal if they wished to do so. Yours etc., "HALL "SUPPORTER." Elthaim, July 6, 1940.
Wollert COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 July 1940
Wollert COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION' There was a good attendance at the monthly meeting held at Wayside House and presided over by Mrs. W. Carr. The delegates' reports of. the State Conference and Annual Meeting, also secretary's report were read, and received with great interest. The motion which had been car ried at the State Conference, that each member of the C.W.A. through out Australia contribute one penny per.week for one year as a"combined gift to the Empire, was enthusiastic ally received and all present were willing to co-operate in this movement and several members have already paid a year's contribution. If all C.W.A. members in Australia co-op erate, it is sttaed that between £7,000 and £8,000:will be the result. Wool has. been procured from Headquarters, and members are knitting for the C.W.A. Branch of the Australian Comforts Fund Members are asked to befriend .soldiers' womenfolk and invite them to the meetings. A donation was sent -from the ' branch to the Infant We...
Greensborough TENNIS CLUB DANCE £16 For Red Cross and Comforts [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 July 1940
Greensborough TENNIS CLUB DANCE £16 For' Red Cross and Comforts Probably the most successful dance both socially and financially held in Greensborough for a long time was the dance organised by the Greens borough Tennis Club in aid of the local Red Cross Branch and Comforts Fund, and held in the Masonic Hall last' Saturday. More than 100 dancers were 'pres ent and had a 'thoroughly- enjoyable time, the only, complaint being, that the dance did not go oh long enough The moving. spirits behind .this fuiection were the: club's honorary secretary: (Mr. G. J. Gillberg) and assistant secretary (Miss Edna Spen= cer) although they had many willing helpers. Many donations ,of cash and goods were - made to assist .the: funiction from. Messrs I. J. Thompson, V. Ed-, monds, G. Bullas, R. Trinham,. F. J. Robertson,' xobinson & Power, A. Willett, Wallace, C. Thorn, Splatt, F.' Waterfall, Mrs. H. 'Collins, Mrs. S. Lyons, R. McEwan, Miss 'J. Hell. Mr. Coe and Mr. Northmore volun teered to a...
ELTHAM DEFEATED BY EPPING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 July 1940
ELTHAM DEFEATED BY EPPING. With the advantage of a slight &nbsp; breeze, Epping were first to score with goals by Pratt add Heath after a hard five minutes tussle between the half-back lines.. Eltham scored next with a point. Good work by Hart and Downing was spoilt by the strong defensive play of the Epping backs. Two goals by Brazil and Pratt gave Epping a commanding lead at the first change, Scores: Epping 4-4; El- tham 0-2. Ives who had left the field injured, left Eltham with 17 men, and Epping quickly added a couple of points.: Eltham were now giving a glimpse, of their'iusual form, started by a be~ti=ti ful goal by Hart. scored froni a per fect.place kick. Hill, taking a nicely-timed hit out by Scott snapped it through, for· goal. Worthington passed nicely to Gould for full points to Epping. Il lihgworth and. Squires repulsed many strong-attacks by Eppijig.. :lraithwaite and Lawson who were in everything, were responsible for LsBrocq and Hill being. able to score a go...
Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
Sheep Sales Macarthur &. Macleod, 612-616 Col. lins Street, Melbourne, report as fol lows: At Newmarket on Tuesday there wiere 28,000 fat sheep yarded being 2000 more than last week. Prime. quality sheep were in keen demand by exporters and local butchers but the quality generally was not as good as last week. Towards the end of the market the demand for all classes weakened considerably and values were 1/- to 1/6 per head lower. Prime crossbred wethers sold from 25/- to 28/- extra to 34/11. Comeback weth ers 20/ to 24/, good quality merino wethers 23/ to 27/6; and light merino wethers 18/ to 22/. ihcluded in our sales were:-On account of . T. Fisher, Yaapeet, 77 crossbred wethers to 29/1 avg. 26/; a/c W. J. Moles. Strathdownie, 92 comeback wethers to 27/3 avg. 26/. Fat Lambs. --- There were approxi mately 17000 fat lambs yarded which was 5000 less than last Tuesday. Competition for lambs was keen and values for old lambs were 1/- better and 2/- better for suckers. Included ...
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
THE MARKETS Croydon Report 'At Croydon Market on Monday fat cattle prices were above other mar kets. Milking heifers C12; stale £9/5/; springing cows. £11/5/; heif ers £9/10/; backward £S/15/; year ling heifers 90/; peddles 65/; store cows, £6/10/; prime cows £12; heif ers, £11/5/; beefy cows £10/10/; choppers, £7/5/; crackers, £5; dairy bulls, small £6. Calves.-Selling freely. Large vealers £8/15/; small 84/; calves 52/; small 30/; lightweights to 13/. Pigs.-A great sale, prices on the rise. Heavy porkers to 68/6; medium 60/; light 52/; baconers, light 85/; boars 50/; shopping sows 65/; killable sorts 32/. slips 26/; suckers 21/6. Sheep. - A few good sales store sheep. Poultry--Extra good sale, cockerels 15/; cock chickens 10/; stags 10/2; chickens 6/8; pullets 9/8; hens 10/8; W. hens 6/2; drakes 9/; drakelings 10/9; ducks 6/8; ducklings 7/2; duck and ducklings 13/. 'Horses-Demand better. Medium draughts £18; medium farm horses £10/10/; jinker horses £ 5/10/. All classes of impleme...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
WHITE LEGHORN CHICKS ", It always pays to buy the best, and it always pays to buy from the farm with the reputation. The Research Poultry Farm cairns all that and besides you buy from us in absolute confidence. Our motto is: THE BEST FIRST AND THE BEST ALWAYS. SELECTED DAY-OLD W.L. PULLETS ........ £6 10 0 per 100 SELECTED DAY-OLD W.L. CHICKS (unsexed) .. £3 0 0 per 100 STARTED CHICKS (any age) .. ........ Prices on Application EIGHT WEEKS' OLD W.L. PULLETS ... .... .... 3/ Each CUSTOM HATCHING - " Let us do your Hatching in our Mammoth Machines. Capacity 36,000 eggs. ONE CABINET 150 EGGS, 17/6 " Are you interested in Poultry?. It so, Phone or Write-Our 1940 Price Booklet is Now Ready. RESEARCH POULTRY FARM RESEARCH - VICTORIA Telephone ELTHAM 66. Established 1906. EAT AND ENJOY THE BEST - IT COSTS NO MORE ! ROBINSON & POWER'S (GREENSBOROUGH) Milk-Made Bread KEEPS BETTER - CUTS BETTER - TASTES BETTER Try A Loaf To-day - It's Good " Daily Delivery in Greensborough, Montmorenc...
Greensborough RED CROSS ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
Greensborough RED CIROSS ANNUAL MEETING( The annual meeting of the Greens lorough Branch of the Red Cross will be held in the Church of England Parish Hall on Wednesday, July 241 at 2.30 p.m. The M1ayoress of Heid elberg (Mrs. J. L. Ryan) will be pres ent, and Mrs. Norman Myer will give an address. The public are invited to attend. Afternoontea will be served by. the members of the branch.: A committee meting: will be held, at: 1,45p.m. . .;..i Further 'contributions are giatel fully ::'ackn6?wledged. as' follows: ireensborough :Tennis': Clubl dance; i 8; Card :afternoon : at . Mrs. 4Rboifs, 15/6. A dance will be, held'by: the Angleis' Clubi in aid of the Red Cross' next Friday.' Taxi-driver: "'Ere, this 'alf-crown's crook!" Fare: "Well, your'taxi's rotten."
Arthur's Creek RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
Arthur's Creek RED CRIOSS The monthly meeting of the Red Cross was held on Thursday when Mrs. Sutherland. the President of the Branch, took the chair. A large quantity of work was passed out, and 21 pillow cases, 21 prs socks, 3 prIs. mittens, 1 pr. hbed socks, 3 caps, 2 helmets, 1 hot water bottle cover, 6 cakes lifehuoy soap and books were despatched to the depot. This par eel was taken to the depot by M"r. T. -Murphy.of Streamville, who has kind .y consented 'o be honoralry carrier for the branch. A house to house canvass was made during June and July by M"r D. Sutherland, MIr. WV. McDonald, Mr. :L. Apted and JMr. I). McDonald, and so far they have handed the branch more than £9. It is expected that when the lists are completed it will be about £10. These collectors are giving the (Continucdl oill Ige 5.)
GREENSBOROUGH CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
GEI ENSI3OROUGH OLUB Second day,; club handicap: T. Wes .thorp? 43 (19);' A: Wtyatt 48 (12)-; A. J. Hill.48 (5): H. O'Brien 48 '(8); T. North 48 (12). Associates: Miss Ladd 47 (24); Miss D. Hill `49. (19i); Mrs. Herbert (49) (13);. Mrs. M??son: 53 (20).; Social Evening. A e?.'Very happy evenilng: was spent' at the Club-HoUse on .Saturday, July 13 when gblfers and their friends held 'a card evening. Prize-winners, Mrs.:r Waldron_ and Mrs Wyatt.? , A pail of silk stockings,- donated by the. clul, wvas won by Miss .NMyra Lane, Prince's --Hill.
EPPING CLUB NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
EPPTX( CLiUB NOTES T'he EI pi~ig teanm:havc d(one well to filiish the hbme inalat es e undcleeaited, as" they. have .tir ee Injui ed players op the list who 'erle not aible to 'take the fiid i i?the final gamen. The: are ?V. Ulitchell (broken rib). and Pauilku 13ro (bIrok'ei collar-bones). The coninilttee' :h'ave .aranged a euclire and dance oni satlurdiy; July 27, Griand Final Nigiht, to aid these players;; lAnd hope to .see a- full -house.
WHITTLESEA COUNCIL NEWS ENTRANCE TO THOMASTOWN CEMETERY [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
WHITTLESEA COUNCIL NEWS Council has decided to accedo to the reqtlest of the trustees of the Thomas town .C'emetery to, have aL crossiilg mAlde over the Spring. Street channel into Cooper Street, .which :lias ,be come the only entrance to the ceme This has become necessary follow: •ing the aotion of. the .Educatio'i c::o pI rtment in preventing traI'il to the, cometery driv!ng thirough the slchool ground. SiMr. Sbeflikldi, relpiesnoting the. tius t -es sai that in :S 11 the ;stte "wvads t. granttitfi ? the :New.v South 'taIes :.ove rninontit in d In 1853' =t ,ws lo"i - ^o:` .rnted .fo the: pi??ii ose ut estaib;ialting Ia iChuich- nd a ceminetey; In .18 ithe I ducttion .Depiart mi?tbo Ilght portion of the bl olk: for : ;school,:. vitih tile vci?jhial iiroviso- that Sthe. cmetery coul d tlw?ays haive ýa troad wayi thion li the school-ground," Si d :'hr Shetlioeld. :'Tw yeai's ago that ctrta:ngemeoni ,o:Was c:ncelled,; and, the onl; entifiince ois ;through. Cooper Streetl U;rsnless :iw...
COUNCIL FORMS WAR SAVINGS GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
On thi proposal, of 'otincillor O;ar diner, a ?WVar Savlngs Group has been formed armon eOmployes of the Whit ,tlesea Counc'l. It is -proposed to ask 'employes to contribute ]/ per week as from the end of .Juno into lth Sgroup. The President .Iolnted on that the employes would be helping themselves and the country also. Mr. Cook pointed out that tho school master had several groups organised in the township and had 'between . 40 and 5,0 people enrolled. Councillor Gardinor: O?)f -course, there is nothing compulsory :}bout this. It, is entirely voluntary. * Counclilors could also' be included in the scheme. If any employe enlists, his certiflcato would be paid up by the Council- and ipresented to him.
CYCLING WHITTLESEA CLUB RACE WON BY R. BATTEN [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
CYCLING WHI¶'ELESE?A CLUB RACE. WON BY R. BATTEN The course set for last Saturday's race was from Whittlesea to Hume Vale and return to Yan. Yean cross ing, back through TVhittlesea and around Milky Lane, to finish at police station. The winner proved to be' R. Patten who just beat' D.'MceKendrick 'and- P Sparrow. Returning. from Hume sale the- fist time. A. Spairrow hadigained Il1 mmii utes on the limit l??ien, whild!e all: the middl maikerrs alid scratch nmen ,wVere ridin lrilliantflyand had. con siderably :reduced: thoi': time: oi the limit men. Returning ft ro` Y.an: Yeain a liunch comprisinig a s'ealei D:i; McKendrick, . 'Bear;il P.. Splarrow? and: R. Batten were just behind the(.limit men, and had them. covered . The: scratch men were having` difficulty Fin gaining any time on this buich ' With' half a' mile 'd? go, R. Batten forged, ahead ;ind flashed over the line: just in flont of D. McKendrick `(who: wa's ather unlucky in having to. stopi riding -throughi getting off the r...