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Arthur's Creek Red Cross (Continued from Front Page.) [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
Arthur's Creek Red Cross (Contini:td rmla Front Page.) b)ranch valuable assistance. Since the formation 'of Red Cross in Arthur's Creek they have handed.. to the fRed Cross ladies over £20 . *by collecting. tild tlhe branch is very grateful both to ther and 'to the residents of Ar thiur's Creek who so kindly contribute to those lists. It' was decided to ;l~old the annual meeting during" August. It will be advrll.:ed at a l'tter date;. Any waste tnaterial, such as papery: .books; to lacco tins etc.; as ? ell as old rags, may lhe left with Mrs.Marshaill at the local school. , The social evening which was ad vertised a fortnight ago for next Sat urdlay, JTuly 20 ipromises :to be very successful, and -those- attending can look forward to a good night's enter ta:nnment. -i
ELTHAM COUNCIL NEWS Collection Of Waste [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
ELTHAM COUNCIL NEWS "" 'Collection Of Waste Eltham Council decided last week to co-operate wherever possible with the Government in the collection of waste materials. This decision was reached following a report on a meet ing convened by the Municipal Associa tion to discuss the salvaging of waste products and materials. Councillor McLellan said that the ,North Riding roads seemed to have been made dumps for old tins, carl parts, books etc. Councillor Price said that he had collected a large number of tins and had cleaned them and stacked them into boxes, only to be informed that they were useless because they were round. It was preinted out that depots had been fixed at Mrs. Brenneor's, Mrs. Plumridge's and Mr. Staff's premi ses where papers, tins etc.; could be left. The Shire Secretary (Mr. Tingate) referred to the possibility that the Council collecting such waste mater lals may put a number of men out of work who make a living out of col lecting such goods, and also affect the ...
MEDICAL OFFICERS' REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
MEDICAL OeFLFICERS' REPORTS The, Mledical Ofticer for the South and North Ridings (Dr. . E . Cord nor) submitted the following.' reports for the months ?of May: antd 'June :res pectively: MTAY Infectious: lDideases.--One` case. of dilphtheria= and .four cases ofi scarlet fever. The diplhetirii case is Ean adult whoih': hd not; :libeonimmunised.?,: The ? .fi lia munising :idose of Ana toxtiil·'i as, given during the hmonth to the? schools 't B3Fiar 11HIl (State School and. St. Xavier's. R.C. ) Mont moreiicy, -Loweor Plenty;` ..Eltham (State School, H.E.s:, :hand Our Liady's R.C., ) Research, Hurstbridge, Pantoin Hill, IKinglakle Central and. East); Kibngdroo -iound'= anid St. Andrevws hail no: consent :foimis at tlielr schools this yeans Diseases -Not Iifective. - :The first case' of whoopi'ng cough hiars occiirred in =Briai- Hill. It, will; now probably spread, not -oveir. otnl portion Iof ":the: Elthim Shlire, 'but " liso City of Heidelherg. TJUNE Infections Diseases. - One case of...
Panton Hill WAR SAVINGS GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
Panton Hill 1' R SAVINGS GROUP .:-:i At present there are 35 subscribers to the War Savings Group whichi has ibeen formed at the- school and the headmaster (Mr. 'G. Rankin) . hopes to extend the group to include" many' mnor :resideiits'of Itlih district. Sevei'al : certificates 'have,. already: -been allotted, the following. being the:: recipients: Adults: nir. and Mirs. 'fena Lewis,`, Mrs.- Rankin, Mir. B. Barber, Miss - Bickford. .Children:' Enid `'Gathercole, Keith DonaldsOn, Robert- DuffP and Ian Shanhun. F.OOTBALL ,LUB EUCIRBE - The' Footb~ll: Club's 'euchre" held in -the Soldiers'~fHitll oni Tuesday? night was attended .by about 20, players. The winneirs were .Mirs. Serple- and Mr. A. Bannerman. Half .the- proceeds of these fuiictions are donated to Red Cross Funds: RIED) CROSS AND COMFORTS DANCE On Saturday, .TJuly 27 the Pantoni Hill Red 'Cross and Coinforts Funds will conduct :a dance in the Panton Hill Hall. A good -eveniiig is :prom ised with special musict;- a good sup p...
RANGER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
1tANGEU'S REPORT .he Councicl's Rangeir (?rI. J Shalii h iun)rel"rted s otiilloih ??&lt;, C'arlig out instructions frofm the Secretary ' a: complaint- from Mr. J .-. -Towsey; dated .:lne I5; v1isited K.inglake: on the Sunda~y following, and .interviewed sIr. Tow;sey. -person ally, as lie happened to be up at hii Sie-eekend house 'at Kinglakce. The complaint is that "cattle des troying his property w'ere' deliberately .put in his place by his neighborsl.,. As regards .wandering stock and ac-. .,cidents happening some .time' back, I visited several houses. Lnd warned owners of stock, but all denied stock .wandering. I have visited IKinghake twice in the lasat month,'. uit have 'sen nio wandering stock : : I was called : to Montmorency by telephone re horses `doing "idamage, in Gladstond Road. I arrived in. time to "see, one bay" horse with' four .white ,feet, whlich proved to belong to. Mir. Splatt, diirynil; I M\Lontmorency. There ivas also a. bla ltck hor'se s wihiah S.re?ov...
ELTHAM [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
ELTI-IAM No F.-F Forde In AI.F solid defender wtli p!enty .:o courage; rare hafaiis to `get hi kick .IT fiadfbrd : I; ) Naturai. foothailelr ono of the best wing-men in the Asso:.ation; ?ery :fast: and: good doliveryI 4 -B Illinw tirch Pact having hil ~est soason pla3 ing with greater deteimination; than tfoimei.y. o,: 1 . lButhei.ay, (capt) Half for ward :;no better mairk in As~sociation';. oxcellent kic; aehtch: winnei on his S-B H rt't .(coacl) : ;Cents, : has ability antlbrains, and rarelj.bd ten" has. mouldedlthe` tem i.into at fast; cevor edmibiatio gVery popu la fori w rd. Speedy and slippery as an 8 -KI i ill0 oriard;n ' sloviI:iover but nmaiks stafely xand kicks iaccuiiitely 10: W squire' Ruciek fearless and goes. throughl wtithti greiat dash; ; ,has good turniof .speed fo l.;ig man:.. 11.- L. Lowerson (RAA.F) Full back and ruckI excellent kic and has great Estiamina always veryfii 12.- -M. Lawson: Forw?~rd; first sea sbi -lad: ;.'keeif and will: develop wvith coaching: - 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
at . .. Auction Prices COMMODORE 5V SUPERHET DUAL WAVE Was £22/10/-. REDUCED TO .... .. UNIVOX 4 VALVE CONSOLE -£5/10/ ASTOR MANTEL BATTERYLESS RADIOS As traded in, Guarantee,2/10 and with new 6 volt Battery (OR RE-CONDITIONED AS NEW, £16/10/) CABINET DRY BATTERY RADIOS PERFECT ' CONDITION From .. .......... All Radios Sold Carry Full Guarantee & Free Service, and may be changed for another if not satisfactory. EASY CREDIT AND INTEREST TERMS No Charge for Inspection of Your Radio. Repairs All Makes MONARCH & ASTOR DISTRIBUTORS SMITH'S RADIO Pty Lt~d, Registered Office: Write to Welllin ton St~., Montaorency PHONE: GREENSBOROUGH 152 DEPOT AT GREENSBOROUGH
FOOTBALL Panton Hill Association WHITTLESEA DEFEAT PANTON HILL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
FOO TBdALL 1 Panton Hill Association WIIITTLESEA DEFEAT PANTON a HILL .F The W\hittlesea team, playing what t is reported to be its last match of the £ season; took charge of the game and B played like- a 'premiershlp team. :.On ?the large. ground the .Panton I -iilli boys appeared to be entirely at d sea . and could make very little head- p .way against thleir heavier opponents. 11 In the, ;centre, the Whittlesea play- o ers did not halve it.all their own way, o aniid the its toar': defenders withstood their oppolnents' attacks crieditably, but Panton Hill is still, wanting a goal sineak .:who ca'n irealise on the efforts of the team when attacking? WVhittl?sea seldom failed :to trealise ion ,the offensives launched aby Win ward and Ovenden..Almost eveiy time lie litidi:hahnds on the hiai1; DiFunston notched a sixor. At the other end of the ground, his brother, L. Fuiston, one of the. best full baclks 'in the Association,' could "hardly be passed. : "The first quarter saw :the visi...
PROPHETIC LECTURE AT GREENSBOROUGH "HITLER MARCHES ON" [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
PROPHETIC LECTURE AT GREENSBOROUGH "HITLER MARCHES ON", EV:\Nc:I 1i1S'1' S. H. SI1ELL The first of a series of prophetic lectures discussed by Evangelist S. FH. Shell, in the light of Bible prophecy, will take place at he M~asonle Hall, Greensborough, on Sun day nigh.t.' The service -will begin with a special commuin ity singing session at 7 p.m. and the main ?.er," ice will comnience at: 7.30 p n. In lhis first tl ,i.. "1itler Hfarihes Ong 'itr. 'hell will discuss 'Hitler's- ,enslaving of nation after nation and apply it to Bible, pi'ophecy, and will then deal "lithtlihe future.as similarly prophesied. On the following Sunday night,. he will talke, "The World at -Vrar," as his sub. jeet, and .ask I'!s;tlif i Arma geddon?' 7 A\lthoughh at nu nber of ihese lectures hii?e? i een giv en in the city -,this will be the first opportunity., given to residents of- the Diamond: Valley- l.distriut to ii lr them. Ideally.. If". the ?" )1ulid sup port warrants such action,: tle series f~ill con...
Eltham WAR SERVICE AND AUSTIN HOSPITAL DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
wAItR Sh VICE AND AUSTIN IIOSPITAL' DANCE . The most successful: dance held in Eltham- for some time: was that con ducted by. the Austin -Hospital Auxil Iary and Eltham:Youbu gertSet or the Elthiam War Service Committee last Saturdar y night; :: s befying the heavy a, ii, dancors came lnot only fronm Eitham; but from Greensborough, , . Monthiorea'qy, i'- ie seIcrch and lowei-. Plent y, and, all had F a thoou ghly enjoable time. : A. confetti dan.ce helped the funl anll the lucky prize in -this dance ':as woan -by Mr. AMurray Carson, while' Pte ei II. Tih'adford and Miss Vea: ODonnell woai: the Monte Carlo dance. tl ,:Duiring the evening an enfbroidered b tray cloth which had been ,donated by Mi: Clark i Was displosed of. and "-beo caime "the "))roperty of Mr.: Keith' Brown 'After a plentiful supper had been o t nj?ced, a dutch auction of cakes and I sponges was conductedb Mr.; Mal- - colinm Birotn, of, Trenchards,. Charlton, resiulted iln more than f1 lbeing reall ised. 1 SThe next ...
Kinglake Central LADIES' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
Kinglake Central LADIES' CLUB Mrs. Bayliss kindly lent her home "Morella," to members of the Ladies' Club when they held a social and card party last Wednesday night in aid of the Kinglake Branch of the Red Cross Emergency Service. Although the weather was very dis agreeable, quite a number turned up and a pleasant evening was spent with music and cards. Musical numbers phlayed by Mr. (ordon Jenkins on,his violin:.accom led by Mfrs. Haiold. Coller at the pliano were very much appreciated, while after supper Mrs. Hargreaves very, pleasingly . sang .'"Rose 'of My Heart," -and; by request "Killarney." T, ihe sum of £1/8/ was raised by this smniall effort, and the club'is hopeful of continuing to run similar evenings every fortnight in aid of local instit utions. The next evening will be held at "Morella" on Wednesday, 24th, the proceeds to be donated towards funds for the pend-off committee.
NEW TELEPHONE OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
NEW TELEPHONE OFFICE Advice has -been receied by Mr. Hutchinson, M.H.R:, :from l-tlhe: deputy director of Posts and 1' Telegraphs (Mr.. R. N.Partington)l that: a new telephone office has been opened, at Whittlesea North at the iresdence of Mrs. M. D. H-oblitt, who-niow con'ducts the Allowance Post Office in thait district. . . The new office is colinected with Melboiirne by an :extension of dthe trunk line from Whittlesea.- ;
VAGRANT GAOLED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
VAGRANT GAOLED. Charged in VWhittiesea: Court on ruaesday with lhaving insufflcient law ful means' of silppqrt 'Herbert Arm strong, aged. 36 :years, of no flxied abode, was convicted and. sentenced to be imprisoned for one month by Messrs. Gibbs and Hurrey, J 'sP. In court, A1nmstrong admitted, that he hail not worked for five years. First Constable L. J. Plier gave evi dence that he arrested` Armstrong in Nilky's Lane.on Monday, and that` de fendant told him that for the past five years he had. lived on charity.
Kinglake West MOTHERS' CLUB DANCES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
Kinglake West MOTHIERS' CLUB DANCES The Mothers' Club of the local school are running all their dances now in aid of the State Schools' War Re lief Funds. Thes dances have been very success ful to date, and now that the services of the W'hittlesea Mouth Organ Band have been. secured permanently for each monthly dance, success is ensur ed for this small band of energetic and loyal workers., Their next dance is set for this Sat urday night, July 20, and a good night is anticpated. "Good prizes for novelty dances and an excellent supper are features of these enter tainnmeots.
Dixon's Creek RED CROSS BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
Dixon's Creek RED CROSS BRANOIC A lied Cross Branch has been form ed at Dixon's Creek, Mr. E. Ellis be ing appointed President and Treas urer and AMr. Albert Hargreaves, Sec retary. A strong committee: are at" work and decided to visit each others' homes fortnightly, holding euchre tourna ments. For the first three nights £7/3/5 has been handed over to the Yarra Glen Red Cross. Great credit is due to the ladies who ,provide refresh mellts. The next evening 1s to be held at Mr. J. Mitchell's home on the 20th, and following this a dance and euchre at Mr. C. Ellis' barn on August 2 for Patriotic :Funds.
Mernda RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
Mernda RED CROSS A very successful function was held In the Mechanics' Hall, Mernda on Thursday evening, July 4. It took the form of an Australian Tea. The attend ance was most satisfactory. The President (Mrs. J. G. Orgill) called uponi Councillor T. Hurrey, the Shire President, to declare the pro ceedings open, which he did with a stirring address, stressing the urgent need for more money for Red Cross Funds. Brisk business was conducted at the various stalls, and Mrs. T. .Creighton delighted all with several songs and led community singing with patriotic songs, which was much enjoyed, as was imlpromlptu dancing by the young people. Stalls looked very attractive, and were in charge of the following ladies. Fancy, Mesdames Orgill and Dann; Produce, Mesdames Linton, T. Creight on and Miss Robson; Cake, Misses A., .I., and G. Thomas; Supper, Mes dames Buckley, Jeffrey and GrifIlths; Guessing competitions, Mrs. Riley, Merna Bennett, Michael Drake and Milton Graff. More than £16 was re...
Kangaroo Ground DEATH OF MR. R. P. COOK [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
Kangaroo Cround DEATH OF MR. R. P. COOK Shortly after 1 a.m. on Friday morning last the death occurred of Mr. Richard Phillip Cook, of Wat son's Creek, at the age of 79 years. Mr. Cook has, with his wife :aind. family, been a resident 'of tlhe Kan-, garoo Ground district for. many years and latterly has enjoyed only indif ferent health. ..:... About 1 a.m. on.. Tllursday morning Mrs. Cook gave her husband a cup' of tea and 'soon afterwards returned to find that he had passed- away In his sleep. Mr. ,Cook is survived by. Mrs. Cook' and an adult family compris ing one son and three daughters. The funeral took lplace at Spring vale.onl Monday.