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PERSONAL HURSTBRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
PERSONAL - - -'- HURSTBRIDGE Mrs. M. Ford, accompanied by her. niece, Miss Mollie Ford, is on holidays in Sydney. After seeing all the sights, they will visit relatives, and will be away about a fortnight. Accompanied by her daughter, Miss Betty Morgan, and her sister, Miss Lorna Kubale, Mrs. Cecil Mor gan is spending her holidays at 'Oceanic House," Mordialloc.
METHODIST LADIES' MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
METHODIST LADIES' MEETING Ladies from four churches in the circuit were present and*had as guests ladies froih St. John's including the Lady Mayoress, Mrs. Ryan and Mrs. Bamford at the united concluding meeting of the Methodist Ladies' Guilds held at Wattle Glen recently. The speaker for the occasion was Miss Emille Hitch of the Methodist Homes for Children, and who recently returned from another visit to Japan. Her address was most interesting and instructive. She vividly told us of the people, their land, worship, and policy, concluding with remarks about the Home at Cheltenham. The 42 ladies present were delighted with the meeting. All remained for the splendid afternoon tea arranged by the ladies of the Wattle Glen Guild. A box of gifts was collected and sent to Ihe Austin Hospital for Xmas cheer
"A People's War" RED CROSS FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
"A People's War" RED CROSS FUNDS Intensive canvassing of the district was the method decided upon 'to raise funds, by those present at a meeting of the Diamond Creek Branch of the Red Cross in the public hall last Tuesday night. At the meeting, which was attended by only 9 mem,)e~s, Mrs. H. Bradley: (President) who occupied the chair, drew attention to the fact that en thusasm in the Red Cross had fal len off considerably in Diamond Creek When the Branch started last year, between forty and fifty people regu larly attended, the meeting, whereas lately the average attendance was approximately 15. "Why should the few enthusiasts support the Red Cross?" asked Mrs. !Bradley, "This is the people's war, and everyone should do their part, in it, however small," she said. Those appointed as collectors were Mrs. J. Buchanan, Mrs. A. Collins, Mrs. J. May, Mrs. S. Wieland, Mrs. H. Upton and Miss Miller. Members of the Red Cross were invited to attend the important Feb ruary meeting which would...
Dixon's Creek FOOTBALL CLUB DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
Dixon's Creek FOOTbALL CLUB DANCE A dance was held. by the Yarra Glen Football Club to help to defray the debt on the club, in Mr. C. Ellis' barn recently, and a very eniovable evening was spent, from which the club will benefit 'by about £2. Thirty couples were present. Mrs. J McCullock and C' Ellis won the spot dance, and Miss Alice Ball and D. Adams won the Monte Carlo trophies. Mr. Adams of Steel's Creek sup plied excellent music on the accnrdeop Mr. Black and Mr. Hec. Herbert shared the uties of M.C. A presentation was made by t.;o President (Mr. Bowman) to Miss Alma Ellis for decorating the build ing and polishing the floor, which was in excellent order. All were sorry when the time ca:ne for home, so it i3 on the cards ihzt it will not be lone before another such function is held.
"THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL" Review of January Issue [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
"THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL" Review of January Issue It is not often that a magazine re ceives favorable comment in the august halls of the Commonwealth legislature. This unusual honor re cently fell to the "Australian Jour nal" when Senator Cameron, ad dressing the Upper House on the sub ject of the Australian author, men tioned it as one of the few periodicals which gave the Australian writer a fair chance. The January issue, now to hand. presents an unusually long and varied contents list, with no fewer than 16 complete stories. Of particular in terest to women is "I Am a Nurse" a semi-fiction feature describing, the experiences of a probationer in a big public hospital, while in the "Last Dance," a mystery story of an un usual type, the Journal has struck another winning serial. There are several humorous yarns, making the issue particularly suitable for the holiday' season, Many readers have been reading this popular magazine for upwards of a quarter of a cen tuy. If you want to kn...
Diamond Creek Bush Fire Brigade Formed [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
Diamond Creek Bush Fire Brigade Formed At a public meeting called in the main hall by the Mayor of Heidelberg (Cr. J. L. Ryan) at Diamond Creek last Wednes day night it was decided to form a bush fire brigade to be known as the Diamond Creek Bush Fire Brigade. The Mayor was act ing chairman at the meeting and was later elected President of the brigade. An astonishing feature of the meeting was the extraordin arily apathetic support given by the district landowners to the small group of public spirited residents who were trying to offer property owners some protection from possible outbreaks of fire. Of the twelve men ,present, at least three were men who were too old to *be active fighters. Three w.vre young employes, and among the others were a representative of the Council, two butchers, an hotel keeper, an engineer, and a timber merchant. Of farmers and orchard ists there was a noticeable absence. The brigade formed is not connect ed with either the Metropolitan Fire Brigades Boa...
Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
Sheep Sales Macarthur & Macleod, Pty. Ltd, of 515 Collins Street, Melbourne, report that at Newmarket on Tuesday there -were 205 trucks and 5,230 sheep by road in the fat sheep section. This number was equal to 14 trucks less than at the last regular auction be fore the holidays. Competition for fat sheep through out the day was well sustained and values although fluctuating on occas ions showed little if any general change compared with recent rates. Included in our sales were:-On a/c A. G. Wallace, Tatong, 85 Crossbred wethers, to 27/, avg. 25/5; A/c P. J. Lehane, Wootong Vale, Coleraine, 84 crossbred wethers to 23/11, avg 23/. Fat Lambs.-There were 235 trucks and 16,224 fat lambs by road. This number was equal to 78 truck's less than the last regular auction before the holidays. The quality was not "as good as that available at New market during December and values were easier to 1/- lower. . Included in our sales were:--On a/c .A Meier, "Fair View," Kilmore, 123 lambs to...
TENNIS WHITTLESEA DISTRICT Whittlesea A d Whittlesea B [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
TENNIS WHITTLESEA DISTRICT Whittlesea A d Whittles-a R Men: E. and R.' Searle d W. Burn .ham-K. Lindsay 8-5; ,T: Davison-A. Lindsay d M. Lindsay-K. Gih-on 8-2. Ladies: Mrs. Searle-Mrs Clancy a Mrs. Blair-Miss V. West away 8-1; Misses J. Taylor-J .Val lance d Mrs. Wattc-Ms- HT. "~'"e drick 8-5. Mixed: E. Searle-Mrs. Clancy d W. Burnham-Miss Westaway 8-4; R. Searle-Mrs. Searle lost to Mrs. Blair-K. Lindsay 3-8; M. Davison-Miss J. Taylor d K. Lindsay Mrs. Watts 8-4; A. Lindsay-Mis" J. Valiance d K. Gibson-Miss McKen drick 8-4. Whittlesea A 59 games d Whittle sea B 33 games. Wollert v Mernda Meng: N. Pittaway and R. Smith d R. Collin -F. Wallis 0-8; E. Pitt away-J. Cliff d A. Wallis-Griffiths 2-8. Ladies: Mrs. E. Yann-K. Bunting lost to J. Bassett-N. Hope 8-7; Mrs. Schultz-Miss Schultz d D. Kilnatrick-B. Bassett 6-8. Mixed: N. Pittaway-Mrs. Yann d R. Collins J. Basett 7-8; R. Smith-K. Bunting d F. Wallis-N. Hope 7-8; E. Pitt away-Mrs. Schultz d A.. Wallis-B. Bassett 1-8; J. Cliff-D. Sch...
ARTHUR'S CREEK ASSOCIATION Arthur's Creek v Panton Hill [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
ARTHURS CREEK ASSOCIATION A-thur's Creek v Panton Hill The principal feature of this match was the fine play of two sisters, the Misses G and H McDonald, which were the deciding factor in favor of the home team. Mi-s V. Shanhun and B. Inness, playing their first game for Panton Hill, acquitted themselves satisfactor ily. Men: J. T. Murphy-W. Murphy lost .oto B. Ness-B. Inness 6-8; J. T. hU-h?y-P. Edge lost to B. Ness-D. Shanhun 1-8; W. Murphy-J. Edge d B. Inne=s-D. Shanhun 8-2. Ladies: Misses M Lobb-M. McDonald lost to Miss J. Masefield-Mrs. M. Motschall 2-6; Misses M. Lobb-G. McDonald d Misse- J. Masefield-V. Shanhun 6-4; Misses H. and G. McDonald d Mrs. Motschall-Miss Shanhun 6-5. Mixed: J. T. Murphy-Miss Lobb lost to B. Nes-Miss Masefield 7-8; W. Murphy-Miss H. McDonald d B. In ness-Mrs. Motschall 8-4; P. Edge Misses G. McDonald d D Shanhun Miss V. Shanhun 8-1. Arthur's Creek 52 games d Panton Hill 46 St. Andrew's v Hazel Glen After an enjoyable match in which some very good tenn...
St. Andrews NEW YEAR CELEBRATION [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
St. Andrews NEW YEA' "CELEBW ATiON With one of the most unique cele brations ever: held ini the district, residents and visitors to St, Andireiv's on. New Year's Eve, bade, farewell to 1939 and welcomed 1940. The function was arranged by Mr Russell and conducted by -?h. Gosch with the co-operation of:Mr. anid 1rs G. -Hayman, of the Post, Offie, Store. ' ' . , After danicing at the Hut ,during the evening, the 100 oir inore form ed.up three abreast outside, and at a signal, each lit a candle and stepped out a fewyards apart in a procession to the. post. ofice. The evening was perfect .for this candlelight procession, and for out of-door community.singing and con ceirt Whlich. followed. On arrival at the post office they' were met by Mr. and Mrs. Hayman. A light' had been hung',.froni: a tree, and an' organ was ready. Miss Gosch provided : 'the accompaniment for the singing which was conducted by Mr. 'Gosch. Solo items were provided by some of those presitnt, and ihe mid night hour- '...
PERSONAL WHITTLESEA [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
PERSONAL WHITTLESEA Clive Gibbs, who has been study ing engineering at the Preston Tech nical School, has been advised that he has passed his Intermediate examin ation with credit. He is now waiting for an appointment. In the same examinations, Frank Watts gained his junior technical certificate, and Peter Griffiths, Ivan Coulthard and Davis Johnston, their merit certificates. First Constable and Mrs. David Brough will be leaving the district in about a month, having been trans- ferred to Macedon. A new home is being erected there for them by the Police Department. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Walker return ed on Monday from a holiday at Bright. Corporal Richard Gale has enter- ed Puckapunyal Camp for three months' training. Mrs. W. Blair, of Bruce's Creek, one of the pioneer residents of the district, had a fall at her home last week and fractured two ribs. Mrs. II. C. Johnson and her fam- ily are holidaying at Chelsea. Mr. and Mrs. W. Gale, who were married quietly on December 16, have sett...
Marketing Of Apples And Pears PROBLEM REMAINS A HORNED SYLLOGISM Meeting At Diamond Creek [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
Marketing Of Apples And Pears PROBLEM REMAINS A HORNED SYLLOGISM Meeting At Diamond Creek A LARGE gathering of fruitgrowers listened glumly in an oppres- sive atmosphere while Mr. W. J. Hutchinson. M.H.R., explained the Government's Marketing Plan at Diamond Creek on the even- ing of December 28. Little enlightenment, was gleaned by growers present, but they are now convinced—as little as they might like it—that they &nbsp; will have to put up with the Fruit Pool for the duration of the war. The one ray of comfort was Mr. Hutchinson's assurance that &nbsp; the Federal Government would stand by the industry should it &nbsp; become unstable as a result of the Pool. Mr. W. H. Everard, M.L.A., vigorously attacked the Government for not seeking advice from the industry before constituting the Control Board. He said if &nbsp; the Government was sincere for the welfare of the industry, they would offer a reasonable advance instead of a mere pittance. They ha...
Montmorency Bush Fire Threatens Four Homes [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
Montmorency Bush Fire Threatens Four Homes The first bushfire of the year threat ened four homes at Montmorency on Thursday, December 28. Twenty-five local volunteer beaters aided by the Ivanhoe and Greenabor ough brigades, fought the fire and controlled it before it reached an area of thickly timbered country. The outbreak was confined to about six acres. At about 1 p.m. on Thursday, 28th, a fire started in the eighteen-inch high grass on a vacant block of land at the corner of Wilson Avenue and Rattray Road, Montmorency. Fanned by a strong wind the flames spread rapidly through four properties owned by Messrs. A. J. Murray, Wal ker, J. Cavill and H. J. Williamson. To get into Williamson's the fire jumped Rattray Road. All four homes together with the outbuildings were endangered. Trees were burned six feet from the ground and several fencing posts burned, but no othdr damage was done, due to the enthus iastic efficiency of the fighters. Had the lroe gained a firm hold in Williamso...
METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS Cr. Jessop Possible Chairman [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS Cr. Jessop Possible Chairman Recent developments (make it seem possible that Councillor C. Jessop, one of the three representa tives of the Greensborough Ward in I lhe Heidelberg City Council, and a -e'l-known figure in Greensborough, wvi'l be the next chairman of - the Mrtronolitan Board of Works. Owing to ill-health, Mr. D. Bell -'re"tlv resigned from the po-ition -f chairman, and Cr. Jessop was nom :nated. He, with one or two others, has ac -,nte4 nomination, and the election ",ill be on February 13. Councillor Jessop became one of the 39 members of the Board six years ago, but showe- such enthu-iasm that he was made Vice-chairman of the Finance Committee three years aco, and has held that position ever since. Chiirnianship of the Board carries a salary of £1500 a year, but to be come chairman, a candidate must cease all busine-s onera'tions and re sirn from any council or parliament of which he may be a member. There have been only three chairmen of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
Cyclists! Do you need New Tyres, Tubes or Spare Parts? Does Your Cycle need Repairing or Renovating? - IF SO, have the job done by an EXPERT, Consult- W. "BILL" MARSH Proprietor of "BELLBIRD" CYCLES 778 High Street Thornbury - (Opposite Regent Theatre) New Cycles from 3/6 Weekly; Reconditioned Cycles from 2/6 Weekly. TRA VEL on a PASS BOOK A Magic Carpet is just an Arabian Night's tale, of course, but who hasn't dallied with the fascinating idea of effortless travel at will. And there are Magic Carpets still-almost magic, anyway. A Savings Bank pass book, for instance. If you have a Savings Account (and it costs you: nothing to open one) you can make arrangements to draw money Wherever you go, within Australia. - Don't take the risk of carrying large sums with you; travel light and travel safe--on'a pass book. Commonwealth Savings Bank of Australia (Guaranteed by the Commoniwealth Government) TIMBER! Hardwood, Softwood, All Sizes 0 Galvanised Corrugated Iron, ® &lt;P Hardwar...
Yarra Glen RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
.Yarra Glen RED CROSS The Red Cross Society has been e con-istently active of late, and keen ,e interest is still being taken in first aid a lectures also home nursing in addition at to air raid precautions. Entertainments of various kinds s- have been held to increase the funds. ,1- The sewing branch is now in full ts swing with Mrs. G. Hubbard as sec to retary. During the last military t, camp singlets were sent to local train ees. ,I The secretary of the society, Mr. . David Carver has been obliged by pressure of business to relinquish hi' k'office and was tendered the appreci ation of the society for faithful ser vice rendered. Mr. E. B. Robinson was appointed to fill the vacancy. PRESBYTERIAN FETE. t December 9 was the any of the Presbyterian Church fete. An excel. e lent climatic day was further improv c ed by a splendid gathering of the loca' folk, who. appreciative of the bargains s offereu, helped to swell the Church funds. 1. The Rev. W. H. D. McMeekin of Lilydale opened t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
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: Eltham.-L. W. BALLENGER, Main Road. Phone 13. Diamond Creek: G. J. MIDDLETON. Hursibrilge: J. COX. MEETINGS: Eltham Public Hall, Alternate Mondays; Hurstbridge Mechanics' Institute, Alternate Tuesdays: Diamond Creek Oddfellows' Hall, Alternate Mondays. THE ABOVE SECRETARIES ARE ALSO LOCAL AGENTS FOR THE MANCHESTER UNITY FIRE INSURANCE CO. DAILY We DELIVER In Your DISTRICT! For Wholesome Nutritious . .. BREAD Delicious Pastry, . Buns, Cakes, etc. YOU CAN'T BEAT - E. J. CALLANDER "T...
Substantial Progress In National Mutual Business [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
Substantial Progress In National Mutual Business Despite difficult conditions, highly satisfactory results have been ach ieved by The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Limited for the financial year ended September 20, 1939. The amount of new businegs com pleted during the year was £10,158,497 of Sums Assured. The total amount of Assurance in force is now over £133,000,000 (in cluding bonus additions), and the to tal funds now amount to over £47,300,000. The income for the year was £6,164,576 which is substantially greater than for any previous year. All these figures relate to Ordin ary life Assurance only. The Asso ciation does not transact Industrial Assurance. The National Mutual was establish ed in Australia in 1869, and by its constitution is both National and Mu tual. It Has No Shareholders. It originated the world-famous non-for feiture principle. It is Victoria's oldest Mutual Life Assurance Office I and has become known as "The Nat- I ional Mutual of the Empi...