Elephind.com contains 6,495 items from Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,306 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
GOLDFISHERS CLUB BALL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
GOLDFISHEERS CLUB BALL With the straining of every .effort to raise funds for patriatic purposes, the urgent needs of our hospitals are suffering considerabl. In view of this fact, it is to be'hoped that the concert and dance which Is being arranged by the Goldfishers' Club for August 21 in 'aid.of the Eye and Ear Hospital will receive gener ous support. The function is -to take place at:. Wayside. House, Wollert, and the ipro-. posal is to conduct a concert for the first half the programme and continue' dancing afterwards. Many leading entertainers have been included in the programme, among them being Norm. Bland, Iris Shaw, Ruth Daley, Marion Lightfoot, and others.
DUTCHMAN'S NOVEL WAR EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
flFFORT A Singapore Dutchmmn has a, novel Idea to help the ,local -ar fund which has now ralsed over; 3,000,000 Straits dollars for the Royal Air Force. I-Is personal business had decreased ow ing to the war qid his day's work .flnishes about.10.30 a.m. He sugges ted that he should 1io paid the normal rate for a European :willing to under take responsible work and said that ha would :give the whole of this re* inunertion o tb war charities,.
PERSONAL WHITTLESEA [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
PERSONAL 1VIITTLESEA 0 Miss. Dawn McDonald, daughter of .; Mr. and Mrs. C; McDonald,. has been: Ill with the mumps. :. Mr. Percy Sparrow, al prominent member of the-. Whittlesea Amateur° Cycling Club is suffering ivith pneu monia. LLast. Sunday afternoon inem bers of the club visited him. Miss Margaret Gibson who has beeh:: suffering with throat trouble; is mak ing .steady progress. Miss Vi Westaway- accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay on a-v lsit -to New South Wales on Monday. They will return next Monday. -- ' GREENSBOROUGII Sister Avery, who conducts- "Gen -ista" hospital, underwent an operation - this week and will be off duty for at least two months. Mr. C. J. Jessop, chairman of the - M.M.B.W left fdr Sydney by the Spirit of Progress last night on urgent busi ness in connection with. the -Board. -: Mr. Alf Kerrison who is, a member of the R.A.A.F., and who has been studying as a mechanic has been pro .moted to a -fitter.. He expects to be at home on leave about next Tues day. A f...
FOOTBALL Panton Hill Association PANTON HILL LOSES BY TWO POINTS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
":FOOTBALL Panton Hill Association PIANTON IILL LOSES BY TWO POINTS Thits was, a hcird-fought matchi thoughiout with the result in doubt un- s til' th~final,bell. The fate that King lake .plfed tycd.o "iieni short had. little I appalnt effect on their team wiork, and :q p h?riti ,the size of the girond the gheral game might have: improv ed if ?7ith ,teams had played two men short - The firstA torin wa-s undoubtedly en tliely in favor- of the home- team , whose ru imen and Gcouts "had he decided:i advantage:? ianton '-Hill `as a = hole gave their. best exhibitio? - of footbal:ofC'the sea son afnd m rovedl once again that given a strongg forwarld line. this team could iibld the best of the 'Associationr. 'The lae. e quiclkened into -a ,gallop .wfi'b Panton Hill 'attacking- strdngly. Bi;omingei andc Goodrope for - Panton Hill initiated thrust after thrust to such good oeffect- that the honie; ean( totted up four goals .while the, vis: itors'wlith poor' and :unlucky kickilig, registered...
Yarrambat School War Memorial [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Yarrambat b' School War Memorial On Saturday evening a splendid crowd assenrbled to shoiv their enthu slasm for the war effort run by the Sr hool Committee. Two hours of comnlunity-singing, with Mr. Gil Miller as the capable con ductor; dancing, Mr. Ray Stucbhbery, a very efficient M.C., and Mr. L. Clem ents (Greensborough), a very capable pianist, played for all musical items and the dancing. Mr. Cecil J. Smith looked after the euchre tournament thoroughly. Mrs. T. J. Grogan won the ladies' prize, donated kindly by Mrs. J. Worn, and Mr. L. Dowel the gents' prize. A fine supporting programme as fol lows was presented:-Mr P. Pbwell, funny stories: Mrs. C. J. Smith,. twr songs; Mr. Gil. Miller, two songs; Misses Patricia and Peggy Saiiders (Mrs. E. Sanders, accinir,anist)r tvwo songs, "Flower Song" and "Rainbhri on the River." Their costumes were superb and were highly praised. Misses Patricia and Doreen Sanders (Mernda) daugh ters of Mr. Clarrie Sanders, were also -'very proficient. ...
Whittlesea Cycle Club [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Whittlesea Cycle Club On Satuirday, next the above club will conduct a road race over a course of 17 miles. . A very fine,, trophy has been donated for the race by Mrs. Woods, of Whittlesea. This is the final race'.for the "Southern Flyer tyres an, tubes donated by 'Br:uce Small Pty. Ltd., and a very close con test shothld., be witnessed as there are at least six riders with good chan ces of winning the prize. Following is the order for the Sou therin Flyer Aggregate:-. P. Sparr'ow 15; D. McKendrick 14, J. Searle 13; R. 'Batten 13; L. Mit chell 10;.A. Sparrow 10; H. Lorenz 9; A. Gale S; A. Baud 6; N. Woods 5; L. Roberts 4 and J. Watts 3: P. Sparrow the club's captain and leader of the aggregate at present has been confined to his bed during the last week, and will not be able to take his place in the race on Satur. day. This is bad luck for Percy as he looked like having excellent chali ces. of winning the tyres. and tubes. All members wish him a speedy re covery. Ledder's of the cl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Registered at General Poet Office, Melbourne for transmissfion by post as a newspaper. 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.: Eltham 37 Save Your Ready Cash! USE E. L. GATES' CONVENIENT CREDIT SYSTEM Gentlemen HAVE YOUR NEW SUIT TAILORED ' BY E. L. GATES ... PRESTON'S PREMIER TAILORING SPECIALIST. Remember - We Cordially Invite You To Inspect I Our Large Comprehensive Range Of . All The Latest English and Australian Materials at Pre-War Prices. PATTERNS GLADLY SUPPLIED 475-9 HIGH ST., NORTHCOTE - JW-1842 345 HIGH STREET, PRESTON 1111[r 111l II lllluIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII I lIIII l ll I IIII li ! IIIIIIC ll lIIIIIIC 111111 IIIII IIIII 11 11 11 IIIII II IIIIN 'll : 11111111 IIIII IIIIIIIIIIII I lll Ill! IfIC llfIIIII DIAMOND VALLEY SAWMILLS S.. Hurstbridge .. . ALL DESCRIPTIONS HARDWOOD SUPPLIEE REASONABLE PRICES PALINGS AND WEATHERBOARDS A SPECIALTY Printed by L...
Apple And Pear Control GROWERS RESENT WORKING FOR STARVATION WAGES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Apple And Pear Control 1--t __ GROWERS RESENT WORKING FOR STARVATION WAGES "One hardship after another is be ing Imposed upon ius. When are these indignities going to end?" Using ex pressive and colorful language, fruit growers asked this question at Panton 11ill last Thursday night. The Pirice paid for fruit under the. Contiol Plan was bad enough, but to, expect the growers to work for packing rates that would give them the munificent. wage of about 6/- daily When engaged was the last straw. The privilege of packing their own fruit out of cool storage was granted to growers by the Control Board, and the scale of packing charges fixed at 4d a case.. Now notification 'has.been received that the Control Committee intends to reduce the packing rate by a penny a dump case and twopence an upright market case, where a charge has pre viously been made for packing or rowing and grading when placing fruit in cool stores. "This is just a ruse to get the grow ers out so they can install their ...
Kangaroo Ground A.W.N.L. Comforts Fund [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Kangaroo Ground A.W.N.L. Comforts Fund Although only a small group of workers com prise the Kanigaroo Ground Branch of the A.W\.N.T,. Com firts Fund, the branch has forwarded an exceptionally large number of goods to the central organisation since it was forned last October. In the intervening )eriod 62 prs of sox, 3: pullovers, 3 ,khaki shirts, 3 ,flannel shirts,, 10/ for cigarettes and r£1/4/ for Christnlas hampers have beeoon forwarded. At the quarte.yly meeting . op July 31, 20 prs of sox, 1 pullover, 2 bala clavas, 3 1rs of omittens mli V" scarves were s?lt in addition to £2/10/ to vwarda the TLoaguo's aeropllan ai?poal. Tn addition a parcel of groceries were forwarded for the' appeal held in the city.'streets last Friday. The President, secretarny and com mittee desire to thank all who so wl'lingly helped in knitting anlld do nations. Competitions were conduct ed during the mooting. and handker chiefs woere won by Mrs. J. Kennedy, and a tray cloth by Mrs. Lavwrence. These "ris...
RED CROSS EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
IRED CROSS EVENING .A house party was held to raise funds for; the 'Kinglake Vest and : Ceiitral Red& Cro'ss Branch, on' Wed nesday, July 31, at the home of the vice'-president, lMrs.,Beattie. Tis wtas the first oif a series of hoube pa ?ties to be "hekl in connection vith'ithe local branch of the Red Cross Society, an'd the very. creditable amount of: about- £2 was raised."'--.. :Pri?es fore :a euchre: tournament. were donated bly Mi's. Beattie, arnd were -won by MrI. Jim Bunton, aind Mrs. 3 Jamiesodn- and Mrs. Butler v who .tied for the ladies' trolphy. The next house party' in aid of Red Cross .funds will be held at` the hiome of Mrs. C. Lawson, Wednesday, 'Aiiu gust 14.
CIVIC SERVICE AT DIAMOND CREEK [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
CIVIC SERVICE AT DIAMOND CREEK On Sunday afternoon the Mayor and Mayoress and councillors. of Heidel berg attended a Civic Ser'vice at Dia mond Creek. The attendance was not, quite as large as was expected, but a very fine spirit pervaded the service of worship conducted by Rev. A. J. Bamford (C. of E.) and Rev. ;3. Shepherd (Methodist). In his addl;ess Rev. S. Shepherd used the words.of Isaiah "Trust ye in the Lord for ever;, for. in the Loi d Jehovah is everlasting strength." ile' spoke of the Christian civilisation which is one heritage, pointing to the Coronation Service, the use of the Bible in every oath; in the Cavalcade of History, and poetry and to the re cent utterances" of leaders of our na tion. He showed the audience a Khaki New Testam.ent which the King wanted read by all soldiers and civil ians. This being our heiitage-a civic service was fitting and should be used as a means to call people to be worthy of the traditions of Empire. Are we true Britishers? Are we true ...
Humevale DEATH OF MR. J, BAVINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Humevale . DEATII OF MR. J, BAVINGTON Mr. Joseph B3avington, who has -been a resident of the Hume Vale district for more than 40 years, passed away at his home during the weckrond. The deceased, who lived alone, was aged 83 years. He was in the habit of.visiting the Hume Vale post office. every da?,; and when he did -not ar rive .on :Monday, investigations w'iere malde and, he '\vts found lying dl la in his hom;ie. ,: . rs. Bavington predeceased her huis band, and he is suivioed by an adult. family._
MEN'S COMPETITION Warringal 2 v Montmorency [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
MEN'S COMFETITION W?Vrring-al ' v M[ontmorency S.T.Shallard lost to . .Porter 4'--6; F.' MciMaster d T. Masters 6-2; •McMaustor-Shallard v Portor-Mlasters 0-2, 6-6, 6--3; J. Shallard .d I. iMas '.tel's 6-2: F. -McMaster lost t G.L. Portor 3-6. Totals: Montmorency 4--36 d' Vaarrilngal 2, 3-27. - Elthtlni v Warringal I R. Wr. Bradbury d W. Simondson ,-2; S.-Blradbury d R. H1all 6-1; S. lB radbury lost to W. Si mondson 3-6: R. Bradbury A R. THall 6-2; R. W. and S. Bradburly di V. Simondson-Ri. Hall 6-1. -6-5 Totals: Eltham 5--33 d Warringal 1, 1-17. Dlnniond C'eek v ~lnclmont W. Forman lost to II. Thompson .4-6; -,. Baker lost to Wn. Francis 4-6-; WV. Forman-HI. Bakel v I. T''hompson-W\. Francis 5-6, 6-4, S6-2 Totals: Diamond Creek 2-25 d Macmont 3--21.
Kinglake MOTHERS' CLUB CELEBRATES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Kinglake OIOT[IERS' CL-Ul CEIEBII ATES The.seventh birthday paity of the Mothers' Club of the Kinglake State School took place in the ]cKinglake HI-Ill lst Saturday night. The. attendance w?as not nearly as large: as usual owing to another funct ion being hold in the Kinglake Central Hall. Music was supplied by .IMr. M. ltyan in his uiual capablo manner, ' Mr. James McMahon acting as M.C, The monto carlo dance was won by Mjster Billy Thoinison and partner. The birthday cke b)ecame the prdp erty of Miss Fredi Gnamble. A very tasty .supper was supplied by the Mothers' Club and hot coffee brought a pleasant evening to a close.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Savings Bank Interest Savings Bank Regulations prescribe that depositors' passbooks must.: be presented to the Bank once in each _ year for' examination and insertion of interest. Depositors who have not presented their 'passbhoks since 30th June last are requested to do so at their earliest convenience. Qnmmonnwealtb $ avinaa aiik of llustralia at , .. Auction Prices 5 VALVE RADIOLA In spotless condition; 7 / months' old. Cost 21 gns. W ill sell for .. .. .. .. STUDEBERG 5 VALVE SUPERHET Modern cabinet,, Rola a speaker. Worth £6/10/-. / ( Our Price ...... . .. .. ASTOR MANTEL BATTERYLESS RADIOS As traded in, Guaranteed, / and with new 6 volt Battery I (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...