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SCHOOL FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 16 August 1940
SCHOOL FOOTBALL Thanks to the very fine spirited action of Mr. Pywell, of Yarrambat, who transported the Sutherland Home- Plenty football team to and from Yar- rambat, a fine game eventuated, Yar- rambat losing by a small margin. Miss Coles provided a case of oranges and Mesdames Allen, Brooks, Coles, Sex- ton, Worn and Misses Powell and Coles dispensed a fine afternoon cheer. The football teams cheered the ladies. Mr. J. Canefield (H.T.) was capable umpire and Mr. P. Powell and Mr. Pywell goal umpires.
Whittlesea Cycle Club RACE WON BY A. GALE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 16 August 1940
Whittlesea Cycle Club RACE WON BY A. GALE The course set for last Saturday's race was twice around Milky Lane. first round to include Pint Pot Hill. The winner proved to be A. Gale, who had finished a close second in the pre vioits race. The limit men, A. Gale, H. Lorenz and A. ,Batten all rode well and at no stage of-'the race looked like being caught by the back-mark ers. Going through the town the first time they still held their lead of 3 min over the second bunch. J. Searle had left his co-marker, D. McKendrick, and set out on his own after the leadh ers, Normn Woods- had also left L. Robertsand was riding extremely well, but was too far behind to have any chance. The same could be said for the scriatch 'man, J. Watts, who had to ride alone throughout the race. One hundired yards from the finish the "limit men- were all, in line, -bibt: A.: Gale gradually fbrged ahead and won a well -judged race from H. Lorenz with A. Batten a close third. The next bunch to appear were N. Woods...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 16 August 1940
MACARTHUR & MACLEOD PTY. LTD. A. N. Macarthur and W. E. B. Macleod, Sworn Valuators AUCTIONEERS,, STOCK & LAND SALESMEN HEAD OFFICE: Phosphate House, 515 Collins St. Melbourne. 'Phones: M2471:(two lines) All classes of Sheep and Cattle Sold at Newmarket on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY, and Dairy Cattle on FRIDAY. * For Up-to-date Market Reports and General Stock and Land information listen-in to MACARTHUR & MACLEOD PTY. LTD'S-. Broadcasts-Tuesday and Thursday, 12.15 to 12.30 p.m. from 3LK Central Victoria. J. G. GRANDY'S ENGINEERING WORKS Any Lathe Work done by Fully Experienced Turner. Battery Charger installed and all types of Battery Repairs, done. OXYWELDING DONE BY EXPERTS Repairs to Spray Pumps of All Descriptions Distributing Agent for Alfa Laval Separators and, Bartram Engines. SPARE PARTS OF ALL TYPES. AVAILABLE. Right on the .' . MAIN ROAD - : DIAMOND CREEK ALL HOURS • -- 1 You can purchase all your Tools, Hardware, Oils and Paints at the " Elth...
BOY CRITICALLY INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 16 August 1940
BOY CRITICALLY INJURED, When he was riding a bicycle down the hill on the old Diamond Creek Road at the cemetery, Bruce Penrose, aged 11 years, of Preston, crashed in to a telegraph post and received se- vere injuries including a fractured skull and arm. After being taken to Dr. Boxall's surgery by Mr.G. Huntley, the boy &nbsp; &nbsp; was removed to the Children's Hos- pital by ambulance and he is in a critical condition?
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 16 August 1940
N.S.W. Bride Wears Grey SHELTON—CAIN A spray of orange blossom, worn by her mother 22 years ago, was pinned to her lapel by Ouita Mary, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Cain, "Trickett Dale" Yarrie Lake, Narra- ble, N.S.W., when she was married on Saturday to Pte. George Edward Shel- ton, eldest son of Mr Charles Edward Shelton, of Epping, Victoria, and the late Mrs. Shelton. &nbsp; Given away by her cousin, Mr. A. Trelor, of Cheltenham, the bride was attractive in a smart grey costume with navy blue accessories. She was attended by Miss Winnie &nbsp; Geig, of Launceston, Tasmania, while &nbsp; the bridegroom had Pte Malcolm &nbsp; &nbsp; Tolmie of Albury, N.S.W was best man. The bridesmaid wore a navy blue en- semble with a matching hat. A wedding breakfast at the home of the bridegroom's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Boxhall, Cavanagh &nbsp; St. Cheltenham, followed the cere- &nbsp; mony, which was performed by the &...
Arthur's Creek Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
Arthur's -Creek Red Cross The annual meeting of, the Arthur's Creek Red Cross: was held on August 8. The balance sheets, which :had been. audited by Mr. Minchin, A.C.A. of.Streamville, showed that since the formation of the branch in October 1939 till June 3.0, 1940 receipts were £36/17/, and expenditure '£30/5/4. A large quantity of both knitted and sewing work had been sent to head quarters durizig that period. The same office-bearers were re elected. Mrs. Sutherland, :President; Miss Murphy and Mrs..W. McDonald Vice-Presidents;' Mrs. Brown; Treas nirer; and, Mrs. Marshall Secretary. Fourteen melibers answered the-new roll call for 1940-41. S? parcel containing .40 pillow cases 1 scarf, 4 helmets, 3 caps,. 2 pairs: of mittens, 1 pair bed socks, 15 ,palirs socks, 2 jigsaw, puzzles, was sent to the depot.. " : A large] quantity of waste mtateriali .was taken to the. Waste 'Products Section in Elizabeth Street, tl~e- pro ceeds of .which : vill go to Red :Cross Funds. :This material w...
House Party For Red Cross KINGLAKE WEST AND CENTRAL BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
House Party For Red Cross KINGLAKE WEST AND) CENTRAl, BRANCH The second of a series of house parties organised by members of the above branch of the Red Cross, was hold at the home of.Mr. and Mrs. C. Law, last Wiedneday, .at which about 30 people -gathered. Theoe two young people had arranged a most compre hensive programme for the. entertain ment of thefir guests, and altogether a very cheery evening was spent. The .followiiig were prize-winners --??s. V.ilters,i lexicon; Mr. R. Coller, guessing compatitiont ; M?r. J. Burton jun.; corner; Mr. :G, Law,. cribbage; while there wei'e- trophies also for lucky 'cap and 'lucky niumbnier' Supper was provided: bymembers of the . Branch, *'following which 'iMrs. .Bayliss,. (Presideat), thanked Mr and Miis. Law for thelir hospitaity and, all piesent foil?coming along `to ,ake the evening a success. -, Mr. LatV. hnded :Mrs. Bayliass the proceeds -of 'the ovening totalling Durltng the evening; Mr. H.. Carman presented the amount, of £1/5/1to' t...
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig; Sheep, Poultry Sales =roydon Market Each Monday, 11 a.m. 3est Melb. Country Buyers attending. -'roydon Fridays-Furniture & Stalls Flealesville Sale 2nd Thurs. in Month. Varra Glen Sale Last Wed. in Month. Lilydale 'Sale Third Wed. in Month. Croydon Horse Sale Every Monday. 'roydon wants every Monday, any quantity Cattle, Pigs, Calves, Vealers, Sheep, Poultry, HoI'ses. Harness, Vehicles, Implements. Furniture, Oairy Utensils, Galv. 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, LivJe Stclk and Farm axlesman. Farms for Sale--lOac. to 500ac. Croydon Market Agencies: Aiston's Windmills, Troughs. Pumps; Joyce and Co. Coolers and Milk Cans; Rritish Mach. Co.'s Winches, Scoops. Chevrolet. Cars, Trucks; Buick Cars; .fbhn Dere Tractors, Orchard, etc.; ;Kitchell and Co's Farm Machinery; Liste...
Farewell To Soldiers And Residents [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
Farewell To Soldiers And Residents Farewell presentations were made to four soldiers arid to two local ?resi dehts :who 'were leaving the district at a functioin hildlin Doreen HiiHi last weekl The soldiers were Sergeant .Hariry Almond, Corporal Bob Reed. and Pri. vates Ken:' Almond and Willin:: George: .the residents being Mr. and Mis. Welsh: ; ?ll6r E. Owens, chairmail of the iFarewell Committee, introduced the Shire President (Conncillor Hurrey wyho mad the presentations to the sol diers, each. of whomn received a gold wristlet watch. *When making;. the presentations, Councillor Hurrey said -that the men were going out on an arduous mia sion, yet one of which they could justly feel proud, Be expressed the hope of all the residents that thle, boys would all refurn home safe and sound. Sergeant Almond' responded on behalf of the recipients. Th(e presentation to Mr. and Mrs. Welsh was -from the Doreen Cricket Club and took the form of cutlery. ?vIr. Welsh hlas been a prominent mem b...
Doreen Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
Doreen` Red Cross The Doreen Red Cross Branch met for their fortnightly meeting on Au gust 15. It was very much regretted thatithe President was unable to be present, and in her absence Mrs. Wallis, Vice President, .very ably took her place.' The attendance was fair, and a. good supply of work brought in. Arrange ments were completed for the dance to be held on August 29. A good night is assured to -patrons. Another bazaar is in the air, and will be advertised in this paper shortly Stallholders were elected and will work steadily for their various stalls. A further £13 has been spent on' ila terial and £12 on wool, leaving .a banking account of £46.
Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
Sheep Sales Macarthuir R& Macleod PLy.. Ltd.. 515 Collins St, Melbourne; report: At Newmarket lastoTuesday 206500' .head were yarded, being 8,000 heavier than last Tuesday's market. Sales through out the :day for. -prime quality ewes and -wethers were equal to late rates, but secondary grades were hard. to su!t at easier values. Prime quality crossbred, wethers nmade up to 36/2. while others made from 20/ to..32/. Meaty wethers sold at from 17/6 to 22/,. Merino wethers up to 31/11. and. other sorts down as low as 12/ and .141/. Good heavy: ewes were noticedd, 'at from 27/ to tlhe very best at.30/5. Shorn wethers sold up to 22/;' andl ewes to 16/. Someo of our sales -were. 75 cross "i red wethers, a/c. eoriTibeo Estate it 35/2; 50 ciossbred- wethers, Geo. Dunead;i.Dggeris Rest avg. 26/5; 45 crosisbred ewes a/c C. C. Mlacdonald, Molton to 26/10, avg 24/3;.50 shorn Owes, R, R. ICing; TWrracklnabeal, ,to .Fat Lambs. - In this section of themarket the yarding consisted' of 34,500...
Morang Market [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
Morang Market Quiney, Maivboly & Co. 396 ,1ourkc * St, Melbotirne, report holding. their fortnightly-salc in their Morang Yards last Monday, when an an exceptionall`y large yarding of battle came to `band. Milkers w'ere.not so heavily supplied as usuail, and: no outstanding cows weore penned. Buyers were not anx ious, and valites were about on a par ,with last sale Springers sold well, and the demand was keen at late rates.: A very heavy yarlding of dairy heif ers came tohand, and comlrised some very well-bred Jerseys, from 1.2 to 15 :months old. Several outside Juyers were operating for this class of cattle and competition was very keen. Prac tically the whole yarding was sold at prices showing a rise on Ipevious'rrtes Odd heifers made to £5/-10/, whilst heifers in truck.loads..realised 14/6/. £4/5/, and from £3 to £"3/127. Five butchers were present for fits, with the result that. prices were quite equl to the improved rates at New mai'ket last week. Small yarding of. `pig...
SOLDIERS TO BE ENTERTAINED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
SOLDIERS TO BE ENTERTAINED So pleased were the 'soldiers from Stonnington convalescent hospital with their visit to Eltham some weeks ago, when an party of 2_5 wore entertained :i' "Kooringorama,'" that Mrs. E. ~l. Boakc has been. asked to receive an other party of 28 dext Tuesday after noon. The ' mn"_ willi be .'entertained : at "Kooringorama' by the ladles of ttlre Eltham Emergency! Firstl Aid Detach ment. Miss Laura Johnson has donat ed, cigarettes to. be presented' to each soldier'.
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
THE MARKETS Croydon Report Croydon Market on Monday reports a great sale of milkers, fats and cliop pers. Milkers med. quality £12; heif ers. £11/5/; stale cows £10; springers £10/10/; heifers g £10; backward :£810/;- yearling heifers £5/8/; plod 'dies 80/; store cows £7; fat bullocks (privato) £16; fat cows £12/10/; helf ers £11/10/; beefy cows out shed £10/ 15/; choppers £8/10/; crackers £5/ 12/6 i0 dairy bulls (private) =£12/10/; Calves.'.- On a par.with other mar-. " kets. Large. vealers £11/10/; small £6/5/; calves 50/; small 25/; under= weights. 8/. Pigs. - All descril?tions sod read Ily. Heavy porkers to 65/; mnod f6/ light 43/; killable to. 37/; lbac~ners 88/; stores 31/; slips 28/; 'suckoers22/ boars 44/6; chopping sows 80/. Sheep. - Good inquiries for all descriptions. Poultry. - Prices well above other markets Cockerels 13/i; ock .chick etns 9/9; stags 8./6; pullcts 11/3;' hens 10/7; W. hens 6/1l hen and chicks 11/6; drakes 10/,? drakelings i11 ducks -/;ducklingsa 8/0; du...
METHODIST CONCERT SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
METHODIST CONCERT SUCOESS The concert cornducted by tl)e young people of the M?ethodist Church last Saturday night; in aid of the Eltham War Service Fund, was a complete. success, and more than £7. was raised : There was a -`very large attendance; Items were given by the Boys' Gym nasium of which M'r. Gus Smith is the instructor: Mr. Vob Findlay, comed ian; Betty Ford and Betty 'Owens, lpupils of Miss A. Bayliss, gave dancing items in costume; Mr. Keith Cock erell led community singing of Pat riotic songs; Miss M. Matthews pre sented a class of girls in a minuet, and a number of artists came from the city. Mr. A. Smart, who organised the concert, slpokd' on behalf of the trus tees of the -church, and expressed Igratifcation that the. concert had prov d ýso successful. In the absence of the President, of the War Service Committee (Mirs. E.. hM. Boake)' the secretary (Mrs. Dag nal) thanked the church rind'ithe ar 4tists for their wonderful effort on be half -f the committee. At the co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
DAILY We DELIVER In Your DISTRICT! For. Wholesome Nutritious . . . BREAD Delicious Pastry, Buns, Cakes, etc. YOU CAN'T BEAT - ... E. J. CALLANDER "The Better Baker" Delivery in Eltham, Greensborough, Diamond Creek Districts. Ask Driver To Call 597 HIGH ST., PRESTON JU 1040 162 BURGUNDY ST., HEIDELBERG - Heid. 69 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 Mammthoti Machines. Capacity 1 36,000 eggs. r ONE CABINET 150 EGGS, 17/6 " Are you interested in Poult'ry?. If so, Phone or Write-Our. 1940 Price Booklet is No...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
MOTORING TOURS Make sure of no HOLD-UP b getting your car overhauled by LYON BROS. EXPERT MOTOR ENGINEERS Garago and R.A.C.V. Service Station Main Road, Eltham Tel.: Eltiham 17 Registered at General Post Office, Melbourne for transmission by post as a newspaper. SGENT S FULL OUTFIT OUTSTANDING OFFER BY E. L. GATES STYLISH SUITS . . . Tailored Ready to Wear Suit, Navy Twill or Fancy Worsteds. Superior Quality & All Colors. Value at- £5 i. 6. SMART HAT.. .. Pure Fur Felt Hat in All Popular New Shades and Styles. Value at-- £1. 0 SHOES . . Genuine Welts, Black and Tan, Medium or Wide Fitting Lasts. - Value at- £1 5 0 SHIRT ... . Coat or Fashioned,;with 2 Collai's to Match and Guaranteed Superior Quality Woven Poplins and Silk. Value at-- 14 6 Super Quality AlI Wool So•x. Excellent Value at- 4 6 TIE... Silk and Poplin Tie. Smart Designs. S' ' - : Value at- 4 6 THIS OUTFIT USUALLY COSTS £9 9 0 CAN BE YOURS FOR ONLY £6/19/i "Wear As You Pay The E. L. Gates Way" for 3/6 Wh?l?. E. L...
KINGLAKE'S BIG NIGHT SEND-OFF TO 17 SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 23 August 1940
KINGLAKE'S -BIG NIGHT SEND-OFF TO 17 SOLDIERS THE hall at Kinglake last Saturday, although packed to its capacity, was not large enough to accommodate the crowd that gathered to farewell seventeen local lads, many people having travelled long distances to be present. The spirit of friendliness and joliii ity which prevailed throughout the veoning reached a climax when, just before supper, these popular sbldier lads marched through the hall and -mounted the stage to Ibe received and welcomed by mcmbers of the Send-off Committee. The President of the Committee (Mr., J.. R. Thom) introduced the 1-Hon W1. H. Everard II.L.A, also Councillor McLellan of Elthamr, and Councillor Daloy of Whittlcsea'. With one exception (Pte. P. IoreInz, who was -unable to be present) all the boys cheerfully answrered'tho rbI call. : ; r A. passage way wvas formed from tlie firont hall door to the stage, and .in marched 'the boy in -kha!ki. They looked'a fine body of men, anid King laie,' mnust feel proud of...