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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
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 caims 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 .. .... 3/ Each CUSTOM HATCHING * Let us do your Hatching in our Mammoth Machines. Capacity 36,000 eggs. ONE CABINET 150 EGGS, 17/6 - Are you interested in Poultry?. If so, Phone or Write-Our 1940 Price Booklet is Now Ready. RESEARCH POULTRY FARM RESEARCH - VICTORIA Telephone ELTHAM 66. Established 1906. EAT AND ENJOY THE BEST - IT COSTS NO MORE! . ROBINSON & POWER'S (GREENSBOROUGH) Milk-Made Bread KEEPS BETTER -'CUTS BETTER - TASTES BETTER Try A Loaf To-day - It's Good Daily Delivery in Greensborough, Montmorency, Briar Hi...
FRUITGROWERS' MEETINGS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
FRUITGROWERS' MEETINGS A well attended meeting of the Fruitgrowers and Primary Producers Defence League, Diamond Valley Branch, was held in the Hurstbridge Hall on Monday night, July 22, when the usual business was dealt with, also the President explained the Canberra Conference with the Minister of Com merce (Mr. Cameron). On. Thursday, July 25 most of the members of this branch attended the Box IHill Townn.Hall to be present. ~at a mass meeting of fruitgrowers, to further protest against the acquisition of.the 1941 fruit crop. This meeting was attended by over-500, fruitgrowers, and several resolutions were passed unanimously. Among these were: "No acquisition of 1941 crop";.also that the executive of DefIence League Arrange it depiuta tion to Mr. Dunstan, Premier of, Vic toria,:to protest against the represen talon granted to the League at the State Conference; also to explain that they do not favor acquisition.
Kinglake Central LADIES' CLUB CARDS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Kinglake Central LADIES' CLUB CARDS The Ladies' Club held their fort nightly card evening at "Morella," last Wednesday evening and again a very successful and enjoyable evening was spent. Proceeds on this occasion were donated towards funds for the Soldiers' Send-Off Committee, and about 35/- was raised for that pur pose. bMiss Beryl Meehan was the winner of the euchre tournament and scored a very nice trophy. The fortnightly meeting of the above club was held at "Morella" on Thursday afternoon, and many gifts of" comforts 'for' local soldiers on ser vice abroad were received.
Greensborough Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Greensborough Red Cross The meeting for the Red Cross will be held on Wednesday, August 14 at 2pm. at the. MasonicHall. &nbsp; Buttons will be sold locally for the Lord Mayor's War Appeal fund, dur ing the next fortnight. We wish to acknowledge 12/ per Mrs. Rolfs. As a result of card party afternoons held weekly by dlfferent ladies. the sum of "£6/11/5 has been received up to date for the Red Cross • ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ · · · . -,v " ,: "/,'": "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
NOTICES WANTED! All Classes Of Property For Sale In This District C. JESSOP & COY. Estate Agents and Auctioneers GREENSBOROUGH - INCUBATORS * BROODERS • WATER SYSTEMS * All Poultry Requisites. Catalogue TYZACK & SON 15 Hardware Street, Melbourne Off Bourke St. between Elizabeth and Queen Street. Phone MU4352 MR. and MRS. T. J. TELFORD (late of New Zealand) Have taken over the Management of the Railway Wine Cafe DIAMOND CREEK. And wish to make the acquaintance of Old and New Friends. First-Class Wines, Accommodation and Meals. ` 7Tiny Tim Home Lighting Plant ONi Callon of Petrol will supply up to 10 lights for One Week.. Cost Only £65 INSTALLATION FREE Full Particulars from G. BROCK Doreen Phone: Doreen 5. .GOODS CARRIER Whittlesea-Bundoora Melbourne S. A. GIBSON WHITTLESEA Cream Collected Regularly Whittlesea: Phone 36, or 'City Depot: Queen's Wharf Carriers, Phone F4002. Agent for Holdenson & Neilson Pty. Ltd. COOL STORAGE Dilworth's HAVE the most up-to-date...
Kinglake National Park 'TRIBUTE TO LATE CHAIRMAN [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Kinglake National Park 'TRIBUTE TO LATE O?1tAI?MAN At the last meeting of the Committee of Management of the Kinglako Nat lonal Park, the following appreciation of the :work of Professor 'V. A. Laver. late chairman, was read: Professor WV. A. La'ver (Chairman, 1928-40) was at home amidst the tall tlmber and. the -beautiful fern glades of the Kinglake Plateau. No doubt his artistic temperament there fountd a harmonious setting. He conceived the. Idea of preservingi for all time for the people, the stretches of- nat ural buch country known as the Icing lake National. Parkland the "iombel ano 'Falls reserve 'respectively. In 1928 his hopes wore realised and the areas were proclaimed to be a National Park res'erve. -Iis unceasing energy in bringing his conception to a success ful issue, was coupled with-a prac tical and' generous gesture which was characteristic of - him-the donation of part of his own property adjoin ing the head of Jehosophat Valley and the road whrlich gives access t...
St. Andrews Patriotic Dance [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
St. Andrews :Patriotic. Dance The dance held on July 20 by the Qucenstown Patriotic Committee. was a great success, the profits being. ap- - proximately £6. Mr.' A. Williams with his novelty auction of articles donated was the chief item of finance. Mr. H. Wood acted as M.C. The Ladies' Committee provided' an excellent supper. The music was supplied by the Kit and Carr Band. - The euchre parties still held by the. committee are attracting a- fair at tendance. The last winners are. lad ies, Mrs. Rouche. and' Mrs. Lander: men, F. Sutton and H. Wood. .All: prizes have been donated, and the tak ings are clear profit. Australian Comforts Fund Day held on last Friday was not forgotten at St. Andrews. There were not suffic iont flags and 'badges ordered to sup ply the demands. The dance to be held to-morrow will havo.some attractions. Mr. W. Nor man has donated 10/ towards novel ties, 5/ for monte carlo and 5/ for spot dance. Music will be supplield by Mt's. A. Williams Jun., and a good. n...
School Football. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
School Football. Through the public-spiritedness of Mr Pywell, who took the Yarrambat boys in his truck to Plenty to play a return match against the Sutherland Homes and Plenty, a great time was spent all round. Mr. Cowan was a capable umpire, and Messrs. Pywell and the Plenty School correspondent, goal umpires; Mr. P. Powell, boundary umpire. Yar- rambat lost by a large margin. A splendid afternoon tea and an abundance of oranges were much en- joyed. Mr. Sexton warmly thanked Mr. J. Caulfield for the fine arrange- ments, and eulogised the ladies and our school opponents. Mr. Caulfield suitably acknowledged the appreciative remarks. There were many interested spectators at the match.
Whittlesea MOUTH ORGAN BAND DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Whittlesea . . I \MOUTH. ORGAN BAND DANCE Whittlesea Mouth Organ Band' held a dance on Saturday-:night in aid of :ts, own funds, and the :fact that it" wuas a success owed very little, to the su)?ort accorded by locals, many of them members of-.committees and-qr ganisations which haveo, previously benefitted by the band's generosity in playing gratuitously for charitable functions'. The dance received far. Lgreater 'support from 'outlying dis tiicts. The proceeds from the dance to talled £5711/6. Supper was provided by the hand, and many of the young lads helped to serve it. Mr. S. 'Mic Donald acted as M.C. ENO ELErOTIONS THIS YEAR When nofiinations for the annual municipal elections in the Shire of Whittlesea closed, at 4 o'clock yester day, the .oniy nomination papers re colved were those fromn the retiring councillors in the four ridings. Consequently these nominees 'will ge.re-elected unopposed, and no elect ions will be held in the Shire. The four nominees arb MIessrs 'O0. Dale...
DIAMOND VALLEY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL £4000 Loan Offered By James Trust CONTRIBUTORS TO SCHEME WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
DIAMOND VALLEY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL £4000 Loan Offered By James Trust CONTRIBUTORS TO SCHEME WANTED AFTER some weeks of organising and investigation the proposal to erect a Diamond Valley Community Hos pital appears likely to take place in the very near future. Representatives of the committee which was formed recently at a meeting at the home of Dr. E. R. Cordner waited on the trustees of the James Trust last week and was later informed that the trust would be willing to loan up to £4,000 on the proposal. At a meeting held last night it was decided to form local committees in various centres throughout the terri tory concerned for the purpose of making contact with all residents and interesting them in the proposal. - It was pointed out that subscribeis to, the hospital would receive a reduction of £2/2/- per week in the fees charged in the event of them .requiring hospital treatment. Dr. Cordner reported to the meet= ing on: the interview which. Messrs sop, Glenny,:Stubley -and lihe...
Diamond Creek Red Cross Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Diamond Creek Hoc pl Red Cross. Annual LI Meeting The first annual meeting of the BI Diamond Creek Branch of the. Aus- fr trallan. Red Cross Society was 'held Li on Tuesday. Since the inauguration of the Branch V( on October 16, 1939, 46 members have P 'been enrolled. The activities of the C branch have brought very satisfac- L tory results-. ti Dances _have beei', ~eid fortnightly CF in conjunction -with the War Service f Fund.. On jthese ddances a profit of 01 £77/3/5 was madeto June 30, and the Red' Cross r'eceived a half share of 0 this sum. The sub-committee-which was form. ed to organise these dances haVe do - cided to continue them'anid have book ed the hall foi the second,and fourth DL Saturdays .in each month for the dur- n ation of the-war. Social' evenings and houise parties o have addead 6/16/6 to the funds, and in grateful ;acknowledgment was made it I of -an amoount of £7/4/1 from a. dance C given ,by the School Committee of Plenty, " . 4 Systematic collecting has rais...
HOUSE PARTY FOR SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
HOUSE PARTY FOR SOLDIERS One, of the most successful house parties of the district was that held at Mr. and Mrs. Libbis' home "The Cosy Corner Tearooms" on Thursday evening, August 1. There were over 70 persons present and not one dull moment prevailed. While some of the guests enjoyed a, beautiful log fire others played euchre and the younger folk enjoyed themselves dancing to the strains of the accordeon and drums played by Mr. Young, of Pan- ton Hill. The euchre was won by Mr. A. &nbsp; Hodgetts, who kindly donated his prize back again to be disposed of, Mr. Lloyd Smith being the lucky winner. He also won the prize for the lucky number on the door tickets. W. May won the mystery parcel and Mrs. Bloxom was the winner of the large fruit cake made and donated by Mrs. Libbis. After an enjoyable supper and a &nbsp; very happy evening, Mr. R. Wadeson, President of the Soldiers' Social Committee, thanked Mr. and Mrs. Libbis for their wonderful effort in throwing their ho...
SATURDAY'S RESULTS A GRADE Macmont v Montmorency [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
SATURDAY'S .RESUT, . S ti -U ant A GRADE th( Mncmont ,v Montntorency : i :, vines d D. McAdio 6--: 3 D. be Glasgow d M. Spence 6-4; Miss- La Fronz lost to'Mrs. McMaster 1- -6; Miss n p.* Thonmson d Mrs. McAdie 6-5; D. in! Glasgow-H. WVine& d D:. MlcAdie-M* o Spence 6-3; Misses P. Thomson-La on Frenz lost to Mesdames, McAdie-MV- in Master 6--6; H; Wines-Miss Thomson th lost to D;: McAdie-Mrs. McAdie 4-6; D. Glasgow-Miss LiFrenz lost to M. he Spence-M rs. "McMaster 4-6. Totals: ge Mtacmont 4-38,: Montmorency :'4--39 Gn,-ensborough 1 v Wattle. Glen R F, Reed-A. Yandell lost to R. Bas sett-13. Hackett 5--6; Mesdames Yan- a fdOll-Lyons w.o. '6--0; F. Reed d B. to Hackett 6-0; ' Mrs. Yandell, w.o. 6-0; A. Yandell d. R. Bassett 6-1; or Mrs Lyons d Miss B. Pimm 6-4; F. p] Reed-Mrs. Lyons w.o. 6-0; A. Yan- a Sdell-Mrs. Yandell d . B Hackett-Miss B Pimm, 6-5; Totals: Greensborough 1, 7-47 d Wattle Glen 1---1. Wattle G?len were one lady short. ic S , GRADE Montmorenicy v 'Eltham 1 - J....
FRUITGROWERS' UTOPIA Amalgamation Of Merchants And Growers Proposed [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
FRUITGROWERS' UTOPIA Amalgamation O Of Merchants And Growers Proposed Members of the Panton 1111 and District.' Fruitgrfowers' Assgciation marvelled as they listened to Mr. Es mond Russell,- of Esmond Russell Pty. Ltd., incorporated with- Fruit Eiport " ers Pty. Ltd:, who outlined proposals 3 to form an organisationof shippers and growers that must force out the Acquisition Schemne by` its strength and efficiency. Growers sceptical at all - times :of agents, having had dealings with men of that ilk before. were just:wonder ing whether any good could:come out of Nazareth when they: began to see visions of Paradise :Regainefi for. the industry--in short a Fruitgr6wers' Utopia. ' The proposals embodied cool store facilities;, properly equipped district packing sheds. No difficulty about fin ance -for the scheme, mark you! Growers would reap the benefit of agents'. foreknowledge of market prices and be paid accordingly-there may also be dividends. Lead -and .other orchard commodities co...
Approaching Marriages BRIDE RECEIVES MANY GIFTS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Approaching Marriages BRIDE RECEIVES MANY GIFTS Mrs. W. Daws of Broadford an nounces the marriage of her daugh ter Jean, to Mr. Noel Seymour Daws, of Wantabadgery, N.S.W. The wedding will take place at Cairns Memorial Church, East Mel bourne at 3 p.m. to-morrow, and re ception at the .Hotel Australia. LINEN TEA A Linen Tea was given by Miss L. Naughton and Mr;. and Mrs. J. Collins at Flowerdale Hotel .last Saturday night in honor of Miss Jean Daws on the occasion. of her 'approaching mar riage. About 40 guests were present, many having travelled from Melbour'ne, Kinglake and -Broadford. Music and &nbsp; dancing were enjoyed during the ev ening, following which an excellent. supper was served in the large dining room, where the decorations were at tractive bowls of Iceland poppies and ethryptomenae. After supper Mr. W. Collins pro posed the toast of the bride-to-be, and in a humorous speech, presented her with the many tokens of well wishers which had collected during the eve...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
IN MEMORIAM MILLER.—In loving memory of my dearest husband and father who passed away August 7, 1939. Resting where no shadows fall In perfect peace he awaits us all, God will link the broken chain As one by one we meet again. —Inserted by his loving wife and two sons, Frank and Charles. THANKS &nbsp; MRS. DRAPER and Family desire to THANK all kind friends and relat- tives for letters, cards, telegrams, and floral tributes, also personal expres- sions of sympathy in their sad be- veavement. Will all please accept this as a persbonal' acknowledgment of sincere gratitude. —"Barton. Hill," Yan Yean.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
WEDDINGS &nbsp; READ—ELMS &nbsp; &nbsp; At St. Cecelia's Church of England, West Preston, on August 1, the mar- riage of Dorothy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Elms, formerly of Glen Park, and William John, A. B., R.A.N.R., twin son of' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Read, Eltham, was celebrated by the Rev. A. G. Mee. The bride chose a dusty pink en- semble, beautifully hand-worked, and pinned an orchid on the coat and wore a halo hat and veil to match. The bridesmaid, Miss Nanette Rain- bow, a cousin of the bride, wore a lovely shade of green, with hand- worked bolero, and halo hat and veil similar to the bride's. Both carried hand-bags. The best man, Frank, twin, brother of the bridegroom, is also in the R.A.N.R. Following the ceremony, a recep- tion was held at the home of the bride's uncle, Mr. J. .J. Rainbow, of &nbsp; West Preston. REYNOLDS—CAPEWELL. &nbsp; &nbsp; A wedding of much local interest was celebrated on Saturday, July, 27, at t...
Ned Kelly A Figure Of Speech MEN WELL PREPARED LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 9 August 1940
Ned Kelly A Figure Of &nbsp; Speech MEN WELL PREPARED (By Kenneth Slessor, Official Corres- pondent with the A.I.F.) LONDON. &nbsp; After a fortnight in this brave old world of blossoming aerodromes and sandbagged villages, the soldiers of the A.I.F. are settling into the Eng- &nbsp; lish landscape as if they had been born here. They have made no effort &nbsp; &nbsp; to Anglicise themselves. On the con- trary, their habits of speech and ges- &nbsp; ture are rapidly affecting the British, and in those districts which, surround the Australian camps the colonising influence of the Commonwealth may be plainly seen. Not merely is this revealed by the &nbsp; &nbsp; mysterious crop of "Rising Suns" ris- &nbsp; ing and falling on the substantial &nbsp; bosoms of unnumbered village maid- &nbsp; ens, but also by the new wave of idiom &nbsp; in English conversation, supplanting the language of the m...