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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
If it's better values you want - you must call and see.. . W. ROWLANDS, 319 HIGH ST., NORTHCOTE JW 1990 . .. .NORTHCOTE'S LEADING DRAPERS & MERCERS . . . JW 3383 12/6 Men's Fancy E/ MEN'S NAVY OR KHAKI 8/11 Striped Flan'ette . Jacquard Puallovers oPyjamas All wool .................. Bib Brace Overalls Extra warm. S.M., M. & O.S. Usually sold at 6/11 pair. 1/3 yd. Good Quality 4 I/ AN,/ 2/6 Ladies' / White Flannelette I , ROWLANDS / Fleecy Bloomers Buy Now! ............... PRICE ... ... ?pecial to "Avertiser readers. 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 .....
GREENSBOROUGH ANGLING TROPIES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
GREENSBOU OUGII I ANGLING TROPIES Following is a list of prize-winners" in the comipetitions held by .the Greensborough Districts Fish Protect ion Society and Afngling Club during the past season-the most successful season yet held by the cltib. The trophies will be presented at the club's annual social to be held In, the Greensborough Masonic Hall to-night. The club has decided to." give the gross receipts from the social to the Red Cross Society Mr. WV. H.. Eveirard M.L.A. will :'be " in attendance, and, present'the prizes; Aggregate weight of fishl. Club Championship, won by 'T. I Kelly. Points championship, L. .Allan; Lad les' Aggregate .Card championship, Mrs. McDowell. Heaviest tish trophy, L. Allan; President's trophy,. T..God will; H. Ryan's trolphly, T. Kelly; Club, trophy, A. Ellis; .'Club trophy, W. Slater. Montmot ency. sports -:trophy, F., Wigraf. Moo're trophy, F:.;Kelly. Club' trophy, C? .Grass. Club, trophy, S. Isaacs. . Club trophy, R. Giaham. Trunana trophy, T. Kel...
METHODIST CIRCUIT MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
MFITILO)IST CIRCUUIT MEIETING ' The Quarterly' Meeting of the Dia mond Cireek: Methodist gqircuit :.was. held at Diamon'd. Creek on., July 13. The: financial' statement showed- a defic:t;' of £22' Arrangements were made for :the :Rev. G. F. Dyson to .visit the district on August 18 in the interests of Home Missions. The dis cussion of Evangelism was continued, and it was agreed to again call our .people to prayer, and also to invite an -evangelist to visit the district for the next circuit rally, and to continue in a series, of meeting in the churches,
FOOTBALLERS IN ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
FOOTBALLERS IN ACCIDENT Plenty Rovers Footballers and, sup= porters had a narrow, escape: from serious injury on Saturday. TWhen on their way:to Panton Hill to play a match, the bus swung wide on a turn neat' Nutfield, and the edge of the ioada coll?psed throwing .the bus ovoer Fortunately the bus was caught by, a stump and prevented from complete. ly capsizing otherwise it would have rolled' down a decline 30 ft deep. TVheln all haid been extricated, they were conveyed to Panton Hill by -Messrs Laidlay, Kilpatrick, Bassett, and Grifiths. The accident did not prevent the team . from inflicting _ crushing ,de feat on Panton Hill. The bu3 was not removed until mnid cay on Sunday.
CYCLING WHITTLESEA CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
CYCLING WIIITTLESEA CYCLING Since the Whittlesea Football team has withdrawn from the Panton H1ill Association, some of its members haveo resumed riding in the races conducted by the WVhittlesea Amateur Cycling Club. The race to-morrow will be about 16 miles from the Royal Mail Hotel to the Yan Yean crossing and return around Milky Lane. Handicaps are as follow: Scr., Watts, Mitchell. .1 min: R. Batten, 'Woods, IMcDonald, Roberts. 2. min: Baird, P. Sparrow, Ovenden. 3 min: J.: Searle, D. McKendrick. 7 min: Wailes, A. Sparrow, Lorenz, Gale.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
Auction Prices ESSANAY AIRLEADER In de luxe cabinet featuring Rola Speaker, Philips valves, tone control & an inbuilt aerial. Re duced from £21 to .. VAN RUYTEN MANTEL MODEL In Walnut Cabinet, has Rola ./ Speaker, in-built aerial. This set has an excellent tone ASTOR MANTEL BAT . As traded in, Guaranteed, ? and witht lew 6 volt B Etter)' M I 1 (OR RE-CONDITIONED AS NEW, £16/10/) CABINET DRY BATTERY RADIOS PERFECT CONDITION £6/6/0 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' RADIO PFty. Ltd. Registered Oficc: Write to Wellintaton St. Montmorency PHONE: GREENSBOROUGH 152 DEPOT AT GREENSBOROUGH
MR. LEO GAMBLE ENLISTS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
SMR. LEO GAcMBLE - ENLIS:TS" .Mr. Leo Gamble is'a mener of the A.I.F. and is at-.prosent: at a N.C.O. school -dorig -a refresher course in Machitne Gun Instructing. - He is a Sergeant and will be. drafted inito the A.LF. as an instructor. - His wife,' Mrs. Gamble, is a returned Army. Sis?tr; who served.abroad with the R.A.A.N.S.,. and ,has once again offered her services arid. is on the re serve list and' may be called up at any time.;, Mrs. Gamble's daughter, Nancy, has just finished her training at the Child ren's Hospital and is about to enter the Prince Henry Hospital to under take six months training in adult nursing. Kinglnke can, ill afford to lose Mrs. Gamble, and when she leaves shortly she will be sadly. missed. in all branch es of Red Cross work. She was Lead er of the Junior. Red. Cross at King lake School'for the past twelve Months, and was elected Presideint of the Red Cross Branchl at the annual meeting.
Montmorency MODERATOR VISITS ST. ANDREW'S [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
Montmorency MODERATOR VISITS ST. ANDREW"'S The Moderator of the iPresbyter.ldn Church. of Victorla. .l'.lght. Rev. J. Noble M:~ckenzie., paid an ofiecial visit to St., Andrew's' Montmorency, on Thursday evening, July 11. After a short devotional service, Mr. rfackenze gave an interesting account of his 15 :years' 'wrk amongst the na tives of the New Hebrides, where, to assist. the natives, .he translated and had p!.nted 'three quarters of the New Testament.. 'Ill health -compelled him to return'to Australia. Later he volun teerid to work in the K(orcan Mission. For hiM work amongst the lepers there he received recognition from the Japanese Government.. Mr.. Mackenzle, himself a Highland or, gave solos in Gaelic and New IIeb ridean. I-e and Mrs. Mackenzie gave a duot in Korean. During supper, wvhich was supplied by the ladies, Mrs. Price sang two solos, .accomplanied at the piano by Mrs. Elvins. The energetic secretary, Mr. Lugton, who has been indisposed for some time, has on doctor...
THE WITNESS OF THE CHURCHES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
THE WITNESS OF THE CHURCHES Arrangements are in progress for a Civic Service to be held in Diamond Creek on the afternoon of August 4, when the Mayor, and some Council lors will attend a service of worship to be conducted by Revs. A. J. Bam ford and S. Shepherd. It Is hoped +o have other local committees and so creies. represented. There was a good attendance at the combined, prayer gatherhig in the Methodist Church on 'Wednesday 17th The need of national repentance as a corollary to .national prayer for Divine aid was stressed. An invitation is extended to all to join in this ser vice of intercossion.
Mernda 70th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
Mernda : 70th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Mr. L. W. Clarke J.P., of "Linton ,Grange," received many congratula- I tions from relatives, friends and old colleagues on Sunday when he cele brated his 70th birthday. A goodly number of visitors witnessed the cere mony of "blowing out the candles" on the birthday cake made by Mrs. Wil son and decorated with Union Jacks. Mr. Clarke was a WVhittlesea Shire Councillor for more than thirty years, and retired some four years ago owing to an injury to his knee which was causing -difficulty. He was then Shire President, and had served many per iods in that capacity including :all the war yearsfromr 10?4 to 1920.: Ie was chatrnian of; the Recruitinig and other committoes, and was, active in.- local Red: Cross work. He was a leading. spirit in the Doreen Cricket Club and also ran. a1 private club to encourage free sport. VWith Mrs. Clarke, -wvhol died two years ago, he was responsible for giving the old Hazel Glen public hall for use as a Church of Engla...
South Morang RED CROSS BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
South. Morang RED CROSS BRANCH Prhe annual meeting of the above - branch was held-on July 18. All re tiring office-bearers were r'-olected. President, Mrs. R. W. Crozier; secret try, Mrs. M. A, Jones; treasurer, "Mrs .?--Dare; vice-presidents; :,Mesdames l,. Williamson, Wm. "Vlhecl.*, E. Booth and H. Harikices, .'i The ?'nniintl rep9rt and balance 'shee :'werto' pre sented, and" Mr. Thomas was appoint ol auditor. . During the nine nionths it has beeoon in existence, the branch "l has raised £78. The next euchre party and dance will be held on Saturday evening, July 27.
Woodstock RED CROSS BRANCH FORMED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
Woodstock REaD oROSS BRANOa FORMED ,Converted by Councillor McCormack, a verY well attended meeting of. resi-. dents fortned R ed Cross Branch on Ticend3,Y, J.Tuly' 16. O)iice-bearers `elected were: presi de t, 'lrs. Mlann,; vlce-president, Miss 1. Stiimnon;f secretary, Miss .:Agnes Mann; treasurer. Miss Alma- Body cat. Misses Mann and Bodycoat were appointed collectors : for the Sranch. Meetings are to be hold on the first and third Wednesdays at 2 o'clock. The next meeting will be on WVednes day, August 7. .wlon new members will be welcomed. r'
DUMPING RUBBISH ON ROADS (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
DUMIP1NG RUBBISH ON ROADS (To the Editor.) SSir-I would like to draw the atten-' tion of the. Council or- those. respon sible, whoever it mright be, 'to :-he dumping of :ribbish on 'Cherry Tree Road.; Why should, the rubbish of other people living in other parts of the otwn be allowed to be. deposited on our 'beautiful road, the rubbish making it absolutely unsightly. . As a ratepiaycr living on and using the said road, I object .to the. disgusting prac tice, and trust onie-of..the responsible officers will inlspect the roads and stop the dumping of rubbish. Yours etc.,. M' : M.SAVILLE (Sen.) Flat Rook Road, Hurstbridge, July 17, 1940. -
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 July 1940
(To the Editor.) Sir,-During a recent visit to Whit tlesea, I notice that a number of the trees in the avenue applroaching the township were hardly in keeping with the substantial guards protecting them. As they were planted at some cost, and cost a good deal of money keoping them watered during thd first year, I hope the Council will see that they are looked after and givenl Cvery attention. While on the subj.ect of trees, I think those on the road at Yan Yean need cutting back. Sugar gums are neither shade ihor ornamental .if' allowed to run up 30 or 40 feet. Yuirs etc., ' "TREE LOVER."