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TROPHIES FOR DISTRICT PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
TtIWOPIiES FsOR DISTRICT PICNIC 'IThe trophies which have been do nated by Councillor and Mrs. Price, and IMrr. and Mrs. Welham for com petition among schools in the athletic events at the Greensbordugh District Picnic, have been handed to Mr. H. G. Glonny, honorary- seecretary of the Picnic Committee. One will Ibe for the senior and the other for junior events. It. is pro posed to arrange for schools:.to conduct sports meetings before the' picnic' to ascertain their - champions,' who will in turn represent their schools- on piicnic day.
CAR THROUGH FENCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
CAR TiROUGHir FENCE When a car driven by -Ir. Tom Wilson .of Greensboiough got out- of control between the bridge and .the railwaf crossing on Monday night. it crashed through a fence: tearing down several posts and at.sopped in a drain in a vaddoclc.' . .:: The driver was .not injured. .. ',,-. AIr. Arthur Collins has - ben ap, pointed by Heidelberg City Council as patrolman for the. Country -Roads Board between Wattle Glen and H-leld elberg and the section to Bundoora.
MEN'S COMPETITION Macmont v Eltham [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
ME5N'S COMPETITION -Macrnent v Eltbaim S. Howell d.H. Thompson 6--1; L; Nuttall (Z B.- Francis 6--5;. S. Howell-. L. Nuttall v IT. Thompson-B. Francis 6-4, 3-6, 6-4; S. Howell d B. Fran cis 6-1; L. Nuttall d H. Thompson 6-4. Totals: Eltham 6-39 d Mac mont 1-25. VWatrringal 2 v \Varringal 1 U. Porter lost to it. Hall 5-6; I. Masters d WV. Simondson 6-3; Porter Masters v Ilall-Simondson 5-6, 6-2, 6-1; G. Porter d W. Simondson 6--4. Totals: VWarringal 2, 4-34 d Warring al 1, 2-22.o MontmoroneyC '" Diamond Creek T. McMaster d W. Forman 6-3; J. Shallard d Baker 6-1; McMaster J. Shallard d aW. Forman-Baker 6-1, 6-0; T. Mc3Master d Baker 6-0; J. Shallard lost to W. Forman 5-6. To tals: Mocitmdi'ency 5-35; Diamond Creek 1-11.
CIVIC SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
CIVIC-SERVICE A special Civic Service at which prayers for peace will be offered, will take place on Sunday in the Diamond Creek Hall. His' Worship the Mayor (Councillor J. L. Ryan) will preside. The Mayor's Own Troop, of Boy Scouts ('2nd Ivanhoe) will be in attend ance in charge of Scoutmaster S. M. Sedgford; who is architect to the new Royal Hielbourne Hospital.
Whittlesea Court TRANSPORT CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
Whittlesea Court TRANSPORT CHARGES A number of charges under the Transport Act were laid at Whittlesea Cotrt on Tuesday concerning exces sive loading of timber waggons, ex cessive speed and insufficient lights. Mr. H. L. Jackson P.M. was, on the bench. SHoward Southwell was fined £1 with 2/0 costs for" having had his vehicle overloaded on June 12. On t sinillar charge Harold McEwI n was fined £1 it. wi'2/6 costs -while.on a charge of excessiae speed he: was' filnd £5 with / 2 costs,. . For having .lid nlidtheir tall light Snor side lights on his vehicle on June 12, Charles Wilson was flned £2 and £3 .espectively. Norman Alexander was fined £. with. 2/6 costs,.while .Fred Evans was,.fined £10. with . 2/6 costs for having his velicle overload ed ; . . • . . . ' . , On speeding charges,: . hoilas Secoves faced two charges, o'ie 'coni cerning June 6 and the kod'ind 7june'll SHe was fined £5 on tihe first chatrge and £10 on the sccond:'with 2/6 costs in each case. For overlbad in Colin R...
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
i CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales CroydQn 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 Cdttle, Pigs, Calves, Vealers, Sheep, Poultry, HForses. Harness, Vehicles, Implements. Furniture, Dairy Utenslls, Galy. Iron, Sundries. Top Prices Assured. 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 500ac. Croydon Market Agencies: Alston's Windmills, Troughs, Pumps; Joyce and Co. Coolers and Milk Cans, British Maclh. Co.'s WTYinches, Scoops. ~lievrolet Cars, Trucks: Buick Cars; fohn Doro Tractors. Orchard, etc.; Kitchell and Co's Farm Macohinery; 'Aster &a...
CLEARING SALE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
CLEARING SALE Registered Jersey Stud to be sold on Monday, August 5 at 11 a.m. The sale vwill be held at Croydon Market for convenience. ALLAN BROWN, Auctioneer has been favored with instructions from S. J. McCosh, "IIeathermont," Jersey Stud Farm, of Wandin North, who has disposed of his property and in tends to sell the whole of his Pedigree Herd without reserve, including 11 cows, 5 heifers,. 1 bull calf, 2 bulls Sire, Glenvalley Masterman (10637), Sire, Brucevale Wyandotte King (8842) Dan Wompini Ma. Wie Rosette (28985). This bull carries. a double cross of Masterpiece (imp.). Sire, Bonney Edith's Masterpiece (15421) Sire Bonney Tulip's Abbybill (13538) Dam Jerseyinn Edith's 2nd (38450) who has prodieed -826 lb B.F. Cows - Carney Dell .Brilliant II (39187) winner -of numerous show prizes.- Top :production 5471b B.F. Cow,.. Heathermont - Countess Tex (57664) prolduced 402.57 lbs B.F., 6.08 test as JnrC3 year old. Also .1 :horse, 2 young large white 'sows;, 1 .sow and" litter. Ben...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
TIpMBER! Hardwood, Softwood,. All Sizes * Galvanised Corrugated Irori, a e* Hardware; - . Ironmongery, Etc. C. ROUCH PTY. LTD. Burgundy Street, Heidelberg Phone: Heidelberg 24. THE IDEAL STORE Hurstbridge H. M. Bertrand Prop. Cheapest & Best " GROCERIES, GRAIN, PRODUCE, MEDICINES, TOBACCO, HARDWARE and CROCKERY at BED ROCK PRICES. ORDERS DELIVERED - ORDERS DELIVERED For Bigger Friendly Society Benefits, Medical Expenses, Sick Pay, Hospital, Funeral Benefits, You Cannot Join a Better Society than the MANCHESTER UNITY I.O.O.F. The Largest Friendly Society in Australia The Only Society Paying 10/- Weekly For Continued Sickness Full Particulars from the Following Secretaries: Elthnam.--L. W. BALLENGER, Main Road. Phone 13. Diamond Creek: C. J. MIDDLETON. IIurstbridge: J. COX. MEETINGS: Eltham Public Hiall, Alternate Mondays; Hurstbridge Mechanics' Institute, Alternate Tuesdays; Diamond Creek Oddfellows' Hall, Alternate Mondays. THE ABOVE SECRETARIES ARE ALSO LOCAL AGENTS FOR THE...
Humevale LADIES' CLUB DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
H:uumevale : ý LADIES;'. LUB' ANOE A most enjoyablle :function marked thie initial dance to be conducted by tlhe Hume Vale. Ladies' Club last week. During the evenlig a presentation (of two prs "of so.x" wasn made to Don F?unstohn .Lid Cyril' DI'?t)ir, who have ;unlisted with, the A I .l. .A- most enjoyable sutll)per wna seor ved A lucky parilltner dlaune wrs woil )by Miss T(d ',roihy'andi Mili.. ilot M?TBrown. The monte caurlo winners were Counihllor .O. 0?T;Jay and u liss A. -Nll. ?.1r. "and ?irs. Bleattle won thhb prizes for euchre' which was coldlucl.t .,ed In : Conjini tionº> iil ththe ilance. ·. L ·--+ , .. : .. . . . . . .. " . .
N.U.P.B.A. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
. N.U.P.B.A. Meeting At the monthly meeting of the North Eastern Suburban Branch 17,1?Mr. C. Garrard presided over the usual .large &lt;attendance. , In.' an endeavour to have peultry stealing 1brought 'under the Sleep Stealing Act, all members tare hoping that the- State Council will meet with succes Outstanding personalities, Mr. James Murphy and Mr. Jack . Wear of VWer ribee ajudicated when 35 pullets were penned. Both gentlemen set a very high stan dard, and by judging each class sep arately, have the members a night of speclal.interest. especially as to their comments which were straight. to the point and most7lelpful to the Inexpcri bnced. They certdinlj' ?iill again be asked to visit the briahch'.-next sea The following awards were made: .Australorps: Mr. E. Davis. I - and i?haihlpion; Mr. G. Yates 2; ,Mrs. E. Abikhair- 3. Rhode Island Reds: Mr. J. Fellow 1; Mr. J. Armstrong 2 .and 3. \White Leghorns: ,Mr. J. Armstrojg. I and 3; Mr. J. Howson 2. The Branch section at....
FOOTBALL Panton Hill Association [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
FOOTBALL Panton Hill Association Due to the withdrawal of the Whit tlesea team from the Panton Hill As sociation's 'competition, there was some little confusion as to what pro cedure should be adopted for the re mainder of the home and home matches This resulted in .two teams -Pan ton HIill and Kinglake--both visiting Hurstbridge with the' intention of en gaging the home team. The- secretary of,: the Assoclation (Mir. Ray .Coller) has expressed the opuinion that as the third round had already started, the draw already ap proved of should be adhered to. This will i'esult in two teams having byes each, week. UInder, this arrangement, Kinglake played *Hurstbrlidg; who put 'up' an unexpectedly spirited and well fought game. They were defeated by only two 'points5,. To-morrow; Panton Hill wvill meet Kinglake on the former's ground. In 'view of the decision to continue the home and home matches accord ing to the original plan, the "Adver= tiser Cup" voting will continue until the end of t...
Heidelberg Return Ball CITIZENS ENTERTAIN MAYOR AND MAYORESS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
Heidelberg Return Ball CITIZENS ENTERTAIN MAYOR AND MAYORESS IN return for their hospitality a few weeks ago, when the Mayor and Mayoress of Heidelberg (Councillor and Mrs. J. L. Ryan) entertained a representative gathering of citizens at a ball, more than 800 residents entertained them at a ball in Heid elberg Town Hall on Wednesday night. Once again the stage was simply yet effectively decorated with shrubbery surimounted by the Union Jack and the Austra lian Flag draped across the back of the stage, but on this occa sion a finishing touch was added with the Crown of St. George picked out with colored -lights which was placed between the cross flags. In deference to the wishes expres sed by the M.ayor, the usual custom of making a presentation in recog nition of the -year's, work on behalf of the MIunicipality,; was dispensed with; and the money which would normally have been so expended will be donat ed to' patriotic funds. However,. .the ,committee made a symbolial presentation ...
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
THE MARKETS Croydon Report At Croydon Market on Monday, butchers' cattle and sheep sold at high figures. Milking cows, med. quality, ri'3; heifers £12/10/; stale £10/5/; .springing cows £11; heifers £10/2/6; ibackward' £9/15/; yearling heifers, f4/15/; ponddies 70/; store cows £7; beefy cow:s out shed £13; choppers £8/5/; crackers-£6/10/: bulls, small, £8/10/; yearling dairy bulls £7/10/; Pigs. -, Competition keen and on the rise.. Heavy. Porkers to 70/; mcfl. iO0/; light 54/; killable to 42/; bacon ers light.80/; b.ackfatters light £4/11/; bonars 50/i chopping sows 83/; spring ing .sows £5; stores 31/; slips 27/; st?lkers 22/6. C .!ves. -- A good sale.. Large v.al ors £10/15/; small £6/10/; calves 70/; small 25/; "lightweights 14/ :Sheep. - Supply insuffclient and prices extra good. Lambs 30/8; ewes -four tooth 30/; full mouth 25/; weth ers 6 tooth 24/5; full mouth 23/. Poultry: Still selling well. Cocker els 11/9; cock chickens 9/; -,tags 7/; chtickens: 6/2; pullets 9/6; ._W., hen...
War Work by H.E.S. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
War Work by HiE.S. War work :has been undertaken seriously by the Eltham H.E.S. tl'lis year. Knitting by the senior girls has re sulted in 16 pairs of :socks being sent away, and 16 pairs are being made at present, as well as mittens for local 'branches of the Red Cross. 'The boys, have established vege tble plots in the school ground, and aim to raise money by the sale of their produce. Something like 4 cwt. of waste paper, nearly.2 cwt. of which was sent to the school fromn Mrs: ;Ness' depot 'at-Kangaroo Ground,"80 dozen tobacco `tiksy,' some alumintium, copper, lead, silver paper, etc.. have been collctlcd and sent to the Red Cross depot.' A drive is being made to increase the saving of waste material. To, date, during the term, the sum of.£10/5/1 has been raised by colloc tions and other efforits for the School's War Relief- Fund. The proceeds of a concert by the H.E.S. pupils, to be held op .Wednesday, August 28, in the Eltham Hall, will also help to swell the funds. Approximat...
Eltham Court RAILWAYS OFFENCES YOUTHS AND GIRLS CHARGED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
Eltham Court. RAILWAYS OFFENCES YOUTHS AND GIRLS CHARGED •Fdi' some considerable time. the be havioiir of some young peopdle travel ling on the trains betwoen .Pi'ince;'s Bridge and Hurstbridge has be'en the subject of much complaint to the Rail-' Ways Department. On Wednesdtiy a :number of they young people -living-in yvarlous' .dis tricts along the lino, alppeared ibefore Mr. Hammond P.M. Atnd a liench .of Justices. to answer charges of disor derly-conduct. In mostcases- convict-. ions wCere recorded and nominal fines` im)posed. Some, of the charges were dismissed. E.vidence was given by Edwin ,Mc ?an, a5'aO slecial inspector ;employed by the lRailways. Departnient .that on May 13 lie .av iv padssengoi on the .544 tradlin?ti'o Princes', Bridge to Eltham. "! sat in .the samne compartment a.. the- defendantst during the journey." sitid' ME?nan. "Some of.tlte defend anits.. were continually wrestling and. stiia'irihig with one 'anothel. At one: state a girl not present ina court' was...
Panton Hill RED CROSS AND COMFORTS DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
Panton Hill RED CROSS AND COMIFORTS S DANCE The first effort conducted by the re cently formed Combined Social Com mittee. of the Panton 1-11ill Red Cross and' Comforts Fund took place last Saturday night when a" dance at the a Iiall realised more than' £4/10/. Visitors for the function came from all surrounding districts and from Melbourne. .The music was provided by Mr. Don Cracknell on the .piano and' Mr. Worthington of Melbourno, on the drums c A monte carlo dance was won 'by I visitors from the city, while a.bridge C ]party conducted in the 'Soldiers' I-Haill in conjunction with the dance resu:t- f ed in. wins lfor MIr Charlton and IMrs. Mlasefield. ?Ir. G. Rankin acted as M .C. forthe a dance,, and he was assisted by iMr. c Syd. Graham of Queenstown. FAREWELL SOCIAL ; TO 1SOLDIEIIS The first social to say farewell .to soldie's enlisting from. thg_ district 1i to take place next Friday night when 'seven boys will-be presented with wal-i loets on behalf of the district resldents...
Doreen "At Home" [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 2 August 1940
Doreen "At Home" Miss Grantham, the President of the Doreen Red .Crois Branch, is to be congratulated oli the well organised "At. Home''" held by her at "'Linton Grange" on Saturday July 27. ' The fine old homestead, with its spacious rooms, lent itself admirably for the occasion. The diningroom was ar ranged with small tables for euchre, and the lounge was. for those who wished to chat, or solve the answers to competitions, etc. Both rooms were artistically decorated with cut flowers from the "Linton Grange" garden and huge log fires in the large open fire places lent a warmth and. cheeriness which proved a pleasant contrast to the oiltside elements. A most enjoyable afternoon tea was served in both rooms. All. who attended were heard to ex" press appreciation of a very pleasant afternoon's entertainment. M1's. Al mond, of Doreen, was the winner of .a jam gtiessing competition, and a motor car competition was won ?by Miss Jean Brock, also of Doreen. The takings for the afternoon am...