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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 July 1940
MOTORING TOURS Make sure of no HOLD-UP by getting your car overhauled by LYON BROS. EXPERT MOTOR ENGINEERS Garage and R.A.C.V. Service Station Main Road, Eltham Tel.: E*ltham 37 ~eglitered at General Post Office, Melbourne for transmission by post as a newspaper. "ADVERTISER" 'CUP BRADFORD (Eltham) WINS DIAMOND VALLEY TROPHY With a total of 79 votes, Harry Bradford, the young Eltham player won-the "Ad- vertiser" Cup for the best and fairest player in the Diamond Valley Football Association. Bradford is undoubtedly one of the best wing-men in the association, and is partic- ularly popular with his club mates. The only serious opposition to Bradford came from Worthington, the captain of Epping team and a first-class all-rounder. Following is the voting list: H. Bradford (E!tham) .. 79 E. Worthington (Epping) 53 R. Laurie (D.V. Juniors) 19 D. Scott (Eltham) .. .. 19 B. Hart (Eltham) .. .. 12 E. Willett (Montmorency) 10 W. Pratt (Epping) .. 4 T. Pratt (Epping) ......... 3 T. Butherway (...
"ADVERTISER CUP" VOTING Panton Hill Contest Ending [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
"ADVERTISER CUP" VOTING Panton Hill Contest Ending Since the withdrawal of the Whittlesea team from the Panton Hill Football Associa. tion has upset the third round of matches, it is uncertain whether to-morrow's games will be the last before the semi-finals. A committee meeting will take place next week to decide this point. In view of this uncertainty, the voting coupon for the "Advertiser" Cup for the best and fairest player will be published next Friday for the last time. The contest will close on the following Thursday, Au gust 8, when all coupons must be in the hands of the Editor. Voting to the present stage is as follows: Tom Roche (Plenty R.) 27 Syd. McDonald (Whit'sea) 24 L. Waters (Plenty R.) 22 J. Bromage (Panton Hill) 19 W. Jukes (Plenty Rovers) 18 J. McMahon (Kinglake) 14 H. Verso (Hurstbridge) 9 T. Benson (Plenty Rovers) 8
Morang Market [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
SMorang Market Quiney Mawbey & Co, 396 Bourke St; Melbourne, report having. held -their usual fortnightly sale at their Morang Yards on Monday, wheni a shorter yarding of all clrasessof stock came to hand.. Porkers were in demand, and for these -prices were;.? slightly ljbetter, whilst slips and stoic's also showed sa slight Improvement on late l rates. About 30 milkers were offered. Competition was not:as: free as at late sales, and except for an odd choice cow, prices 'were. easier. The top price for a milker, was £1512/6, "whilst others sold at -from: £10 to £14/15/. Springers were also harder to 'sell, and values were about on aE lar i:lth last sale. Dairy heifers were well competed for, and for these prices ivere a shade better. Not many fats and choppers came to hand, and as there were. a couple of butchers from Melbourne present, these sold at rates fully equal to Mel bourne markets. 80 bobby calves wore yarded, and with the usual buyers operating, prices weoro firm. ...
Eden Park WAR COMFORTS FUND DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
'Eden Park WARlt COMFORTS FUND - DANCE As an inaugural function for the re cently formed War Comforts Fund at Eden Park, a' dance and euchre party was held at the home of MIi. Graham ha'st Satu'rday..nlght. There were a number' of visitors from other districts, and. .from Mel bourne and;rnore than £5 was cleared 'Mr. Gale has offored his home for functions in aid .of'the fund for the duration of the war. In aid of the -Whittlese- Comforts Fulnd, Mrs.. Hejvitý held an American Tea and ocaini afternioon liat Thurs dlay. and raised,'?4/ £ . '
Plenty RED CROSS DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
Plenty. REli .CROSS DANCE One of the niiost successful functions held iin. the Plenty district for some time .iias the idatco conducted by the Scliool Conimittee lait Saturday night foai the Red Cross Funds. Betweoen £7 and £8 will be handed iver as a. result of this -effort, which i~as the first to .be held in the district inl aid of .the Red Cross; A feature of the eovening was =an item by school children who sang two patriotic items. Great credit is due ,to Mrs. Newton of Plenty for the time |given: to coaching the children.
Eltham Friendship Cloth For War Service [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
Eltham Friendship Cloth For War Service A Friendship Cloth bearing the sig natures of as many citizens of Eltham district as possible is being prepared by Miss Scott, a sister of Mrs. Braid. The cloth is a cream linen supper cloth with an Australian flag as a centre piece. At a meeting of Eltham Council Council last week Miss Scott explained her proposal and asked that the Council's seal be placed on the cloth, and each councillor sign it. The seal and signatures will be worked over with coloured cotton. On the motion of Councillor Price, and seconded by Councillor. Smedley £2/2/ will be paid for having the Coulicil's seal on the cloth arid later each codncillor paid 5/- to have his signature on it. - 'Tlie general public will.pay G6d per signature. When the cloth is 1 completed it will be raffled and the -total prioceeds in cluding the cost of the signatures will be donated to the Eltham' War Service Funds. ..
SLEEPERS PLACED ON LINE STATION BUILDINGS DAMAGED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
SLEEPERS PLACED ON LINE STATION BUILDINGS DAMIAGED Coming around a sharp bend ap proaching Pepper's Bridge, Wattle Glen, the first train from Prince's Bridge to Hurstbridge last Sunday morning crashed into two sleepers on the line and narrowly escaped over turning and crashing into the Diamond Creek. SOne of: the sleepers was -forced under the guard rail and caused the Westinghouse brake system to oper ate. o r clear .the driving motor, the train had. to. be' lifted and the sleeper remo red. When ,the station mistress :at Dia monl' Creelk went on duty the osame morriiig' she found' that consideralile diaasige had been -done overnight to -thestation buildings; contents of the sanitary pans having. been thiown.j over a ticket window and around the seats in the wviting room. Investigations which followed led to two youths being questioned, and they will be proceeded against in the Children's Court. The train, at the time, had about 100 passengers on board, and had the train crashed ove...
ROCKS ACROSS ROAD [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
ROOKS AOROSS ROAD . Police are also: investigating theo placing of bluestone rocks, on Per versl's Lane, Diamond'iCreek at' about 8.30 p.m. .on Saturday .night. Mr. and. Mrs. Perersil were enter tainlng friends 'ata fiunctioin to raise funds for the Diamond- Creek Roman Catholic Church. Many of the guests had arrived, but when Mr. P. Burjke was driving, up the lane, at 8.30 p.m. he saw that huge -bluestone rocks had been placed on the iroadway. r Here again it was only the fact that a car went up the steep incline .at an: essentially: low .speed, that prievented a serious acident.: Any Ivehicle' travel ,lindloawien the ianenmustchav e rabsir inito them and probably overturned.
Panton Hill Association PLENTY ROVERS ROUT PANTON HILL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
Panton Hill Association PLEATY OVERS ROUT PANTON 1 HILL ` The MIernda team with confident and consistent_ combination' showed on Satuiday last. that t is going to be dimflcult for any rivals to hold the pie miership from the P'lenty RIoveir, grasp. Although .the Panton Hill play ers fought ]hard right through, the few efforts they were able to make to take ,the :initiative were nullified by an impregnable defence. 'The only -wealkness exhibited by the visitors was in -thed goal-shootings department, faI too many points J.biiig igl;istered by, a team that had.so much of the init iative throughout the match. The game became monotonous with the continuous .bombardment of the Panton -Hill goals ;by the visitors. It says much for the stubborn nature of the Panton Hill defence that the visit ois' total was not much greater still than was compiled. - In 'thefirst quarter the visitors ob ta!ned 1 goal 5 behinds with Panton Hill able to obtain one point . only C' rom . Bromage's boot. During...
HITLER DOOMED! EVANGELIST SHELL AT GREENSBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
HITLER DOOMED! EVANGELIST SIIELIL AT GREENSBOROUGII, "Twice within the memory of many present, the levers have been pulled up which have launched the death ship." said Evangelist S. H. Shell, in his lecture in the Masonic Hall, at Greensborough, on Sunday night. In com.hnencing this series of lcttures on Bible Prophecy, Mir. Shell dealt with that interesting prophecy of Daniel 2. He sketched the fortunes of the four great universal kingdoms, name ly Babylon, Mledo-Persia, Greece and Rome. and showed how the character istics of each kingdom were exempli fied by the metals as shown in the imago referred to in the prophecy', In spite of their untiring efforts. the speaker showed how the ambitions for world dominion of Charlemagne. King Philip of Spain, and Napoleon were doomed by this remarkable prophecy. Comparing their lust for power with that of Hitler, it was, clearly sho;wn from the Inspired Word that a simi lar fate awaits the man, who to-day, threatens to overwhelm civil)satlon ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
Registered at General Post Office, Melbourne for transmission by post as a newspaper. MOTORING TOURS Make. sure of no HOLD-UP by etting your car overhauled by LYON BROS. EXPERT MOTOR ENGINEERS Garage and R.A.C.V. Service Station Main Road, Eltham Tel.: Elthnm 37 !jý Post Only Three Shillings JOIN With OUR SHIRT CLUB Your 3 Shirts for 1/, Weekly I Immediate .¢ LARGE VARIETY OF FASHION & Delivery COLLAR ATTACHED SHIRTS TO CHOOSE FROM INCLUDING: PELACO - JACK - O - LANTERN DOMINO & CHAMPION MAKES Etc. - I YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD - - USE IT ! "And Wear As You Pay - The E. L. Gates Way" .1 1,. , A l , , 473-9 High Street, Northcote JW 1842 345 HIGH. STREET, PRESTON SELL YOUR SU GOODS rf® the r `ti.s $~BH~~i~5. ~a~C Ii Printed by Leader Publishing Co. Pty. Ltd., aind published be Arthur Matthew Brindley
Hurstbridge RED CROSS AND COMFORTS DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
Hurstbridge RED CROSS AND -COMFORTS. DANCE The combined Red Cross and Com forts Fund dance hold at Hurstbridge last Saturday resulted In £'2/13/10 be ing raised. There was a very fair attiedance. considering the opposition at Arthur's Creek and Queenstown: MMr. W. Yates. acted as M.C. Thd- kitchen was in chargd"of Miss Elliott, the new secret ary of the Red Cross Branch, who was assisted by Mrs. Beaton, Mrs. H, White, Mrs. Ford, and others.. During the evening ar monte carlo dancee was won by Miss nAmy Williams and, Mr. Neil Laidlay. Ani innovation was the supper inter val at aiibout 11 o'clock., Usually, the siuiper takes .llace'after the. danco h~as ended at inidnight, butt:his makes it late w·vhen people leave, for. homer Many people who attend rn4 l" p port the Red Cross or nomforts Fund,, and -with ino intention of dancing, like, to get home by 11.30 orso.. HURSTBRIDGE HALTL 'TO GLOSE? Disgusted with the continueii lacki of interest displayed by. the.residents of Hurstbridge. t...