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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
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 D:stributing Agent for Alfa Laval Separators and Bartram Engines. SPARE PARTS OF ALL TYPES AVAILABLE. Right on the . . MAIN ROAD : : DIAMOND CREEK ALL HOURS *E- UEEEEEEE - U nnm ii M K E EI IUL DE EKEUD E Funera: Directors, Embalmers and Cremations Etstablished 1852) Funernal Chapel and Head Office: MOOR STREET - - - - - FITZROY Branches: SRtIDETLERO.. ST. KILDA. ELSTERNWICK. LONSDA LE STR EItET . ME,BROTTRNE. and WHTTTLE.-:A W. G. APPS & SONS Ptv. Ltd. Phone: J1146 (two lines) Latest Fleet of De Soto rX'TRA ATT'ENTION. DA AND NIGHIT ISERVii.IO You can purchase all your Tools, Hardware, Oils and Paints at the Eltham Hardware Store (W. Wal ker. Prop.). .'e us first for all Eltham Hardware Store your Plea b'. requirements ..: at low prices. Hot Water Services, Opp...
Yarrambat School Break-Up [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
Yarrambat SSchool Break-Up On Saturday afternoon December 16 Yarrambat was en fete on the oc casion of the Xmas break-up function when more than 60 adults assembled, and the gathering was graced by the presence of the Mayor (Councillor J. L. Ryan), and the Mayoress. Mr. R. Keayý extended a welcome to the visitors and parents and thanked the committee and Head Teacher. The Head Teacher (Mr. Sexton) thanked the Mayor and Mayoress for their presence and refered to Councillor Ryan's father who prevented the t school from being removed some years , ago to Doreen. Miss Mavis Marshall presented a lovely basket of flowers to the May oress. The Mayor and Mayores- were eulogised for the splendid manner in I which they were carrying out .their multitudinous duties. The School Committee, Mesdames Thompson, Brook-, Allen, Worn and Messrs R. Keays, J. Mooney (corres pondent and treasurer) and H. Allen, were all warmly thanked and praised by the Head Teacher, who remarked that during the past 12 m...
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY MEETING At a commnitte meeting of the' Dia mond Creek Horticultural Society held at the home of the secretary, 'Mr. T. Harrington) on Tuesday -ight, it was decided, despite the war "nd the apple and pear export con -ol Board. to hold the annual ilH?ti •ultural Show on March 9, 194-0. Apart from the reiteration of the 'rehardists' opposition to the fruit 'ýool, the only business done was the rranging of the Show schedule. Members are reminded that the "i?mond Creek Progre-s Association "eets in the hall next Thursday night CHEQUE FOR CHARITY The Mayor of Heidelberg (Coun 'llor J. L. Ryan) received two heques for £5 each during the week. .~nm Mr. H. P. Zwar M L.A. The 't was to be riven, at th- '?*""... ,cretion. to some person honestly Sned of financial assistance. withi" "'·city; the second was for the Red S:oss. Speaking of Mr. Zwar,- the Mayor (Councillor Ryan) said: "He is one of the most genuine philanthropists I have ever met. Do you know that he works on ...
OBITUARY Returned Soldier Passes Mr. A. Frazer [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
OBITUARY &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Returned Soldier Passes Mr. A. Frazer We regret to record the death of Mr. A. Frazer, of Hurstbridge, who passed away at Coburg on December 29. The well-known and popular Bert Frazer served with the A.I.F. during the Great War and has resided at Hurstbridge for the past ten years. Although he had not been in good health for some time his death was unexpected. He was a live member of the Panton Hill Returned Soldiers' Club from &nbsp; which he will be greatly missed as he was a regular attendant at meet ings and a willing helper at all the Club social functions. Being of a kindly and courteous disposition, good fellowship simply radiated from him. He was prone to look for good in his fellow beings and quick to appreciate any service or acts of kindness. There will be a touch of pathos at the Club's next meeting when the minutes of the December meeting are read as resolutions were moved by him expressing the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
READ THESE C WANTED TO SELL ONE Fie Stoves, Tallboy Sates, Kit *- coell 1inls, -Oi". IiaoOt .L~adiii, ,ar." rows, Laulers, iJoors, UiIce 1Partit ions, Veraulan Blinds. Ailction Rtooms Greunsuorough. 7 PCE. Leather Dining Room SbuLe 1 blackwood Oval xtenslon Taule I Kitchen Cabinet, 1 Hallstand. As good as new; would suite couple plan ning marriage. W. . G. urges, LIltnam 2 SIDEBUARDS, 1 Sewing Machine, 1 Cherry Churn, 1 Perfection Oil Stove No. 1, Bicycle free-wheel, Piano, 1 Ice Box, 1 ,Bridle, 1 Set Jinker Har ness, I1 ireast Plate, 1 Collar. W. G. Burges, B1ltham. -OR Definite Sale: Guaranteed Per feet Order. 1 L Harrows, d.t. tynes; one light garden plough. Two culti vators £2/5/ each. Orchard Cart. Float, suit milkman. D. G. GRAHAM Hurst bridge. MEGGITT'S Meal, 10/6 uag; Laye?r Pelletts, 9/- bag; Feed Oats, 6/6 bag, approx 1211b; Schutt & Barrie's SGreen String Chaff 4/B per bag, £4/12/9 ton; Good Chaff, 4/6 bag, £4/7/6 ton; 8ft Galv. Iron, 4/- sheet; Kimpton's Flour, 2...
Arthur's Creek Ball [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
Arthur's Creek Ball Rarely in recent months has a &nbsp; dance or ball at Arthur's Creek at- &nbsp; tracted such a large crowd as ap- &nbsp; peared there on New Year's night Monday, January 1. The occasion was a grand ball giv- en by the Hall Committee in aid of the hall and the Red Cross Comfortf Fund. The hall was tastefully decorated in gold and blue. There were no other functions from Kinglake to &nbsp; Greensborough on that night, some of those present came from Morang, Doreen, Queenstown, Panton Hill, Hurstbridge, Diamond Creek, Greens- borough and Eltham. At one stage of the proceeding when one of the gas lights needed at- &nbsp; tention, a member of the band kept the assembly entertained with clever exhibition of trick violin play- ing. Mr. A. Steer acted in his usual capacity of M.C. and Messrs H. Christian and Les. Apted officiated at the door. A statue dance which caused con- siderable amusement was won by Mr. R. Wilson and Mrs. C. ...
South Morang [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
South Morang At the December euchre party and &nbsp; dance conducted by the South Morang Red Cross Branch, a large number &nbsp; spent an enjoyable evening. £5 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; was cleared from the effort. Prize-winners: Ladies: Mrs. N. Dare; Men, Mr. G. Hirt; Booby, Miss Ewart, Mr. Hull; Lucky Ticket; Mr. J. Giddens; Competition, Mr. Hull. The activities of the Red Cross em- braced many things, and the follow- ing are some of the results: 39 pairs of socks, 12 suits of pyjamas; 2 scarves, 1 balaclava, and 6 pullovers. Approximately £35 has been raised through social functions.
Kinglake KINGLAKE SCHOOL JUNIOR RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 January 1940
Kinglake KINGLAKE SCHOOL JUNIOR RED CROSS Members of the Kinglake School J.R.C.C. travelled to Melbourne on De- cember 8 in charge of their organ- iser, Mrs. Brydon on their second visit to the Children's Hospital for which they work. They were met on their arrival in Melbourne by Mrs. Gamble and Jean Brydon. The party numbered 19: 16 children and three adults. One of the large city stores was visited, and Santa Claus talked with the children. Then to a cafeteria where lunch was much enjoyed. From there the party visited the Shrine of Remembrance, where they were conducted over the Shrine by a returned Soldier on duty who de- scribed all interesting points. Among these was a book in its glass case with the name "Sister A. Alex ander," and we all felt a great pride as we had "Sister" with us, her name now being Mrs. Leo Gamble. Mrs. Gamble was on active service over seas in the Great War. Mrs. Bry- don also saw her husband's name, Mr. A. J. Brydon, as well as Mr. L. Gamble's. The chi...
WHEAT SALE 56,000,000 BUSHELS FOR UNITED KINGDOM "SATISFACTORY" PRICE REPORTED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 January 1940
WHEAT SALE 56,000,000 BUSHELS FOR UNITED KINGDOM "SATISFACTORY" PRICE REPORTED The sale to the United Kingdom Government of 56,000,000 bushels of wheat and 150,000 tons of flour at a price which is regarded as very satis factory brings the disposals of the second Commonwealth wheat pool to 80,500,000 bushels. The price which has been secured will give the Commonwealth Govern ment which acquired the whole of the wheat crop by guarantee, a "satis factory" margin over the first ad vance of 2/10td. a busnel f.o.r. ports for bagged wheat, and 2/8id. for bulk wheat. These rates were an nounced by the Prime Minister at Canberra in November. The quantity of flour sold is equi valent to about 7,000,000 bushels of wheat. This very large sale, while reduc ing considerably the liability of the Commonwealth Government in dis posing of the wheat crop for the growers, still leaves about 50,000, 000 bushels to be sold. On the estimated yield for the year, however, local 'requirements will take abou...
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 January 1940
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales ,Croydon 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 Cattle, Pigs, Calves, Vealers, Sheep, Poultry, Horses, Harness, Vehicles, Implements, Furniture, .Dairy 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, Live Stck and Farm Salesman. Farms for Sale-lO0ac. to 500ac. Croydon Market Agencies: Alston's m'indmills, Troughs, Pumps; Joyce and Co. Coolers and Milk Cans; British Mach. Co.'s Winches, Scoops. . Chevrolet Cars, Trucks; Buick Cars; John Dore Tractors, Orchard, etc.; Mitchell and Co's Farm Machinery; Lister &a...
Diamond Creek v Eltham [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 January 1940
Diamond Creek v Eltham Eltham, first innings 87 (J. Butherway 31, T. Butherway 25; C. Hodgson 4/26, W. Laurie 5/30) v Diamond Creek, 1st innings 89 (C. Hodgson-27, F. Norris 13; W. Allan 1/16, C. Allan 5/16, J. Butherway 3/18) 2nd innings 147 (A. Gosstray 92, F. Norris 26; H. Butherway 4/18, C. Allen 3/40). Research v Montmorency Montmorency 1st innings 79 (W. Mills 25; W. Lomas 13, M. Lawson 12, H. Downing 1.0; N. Palmer 5/16) 2nd innings 5/93 declared (W. Mills 33, H. Downing 38; P. Carrucan 3/17) v Research 1st innings 68 (R. Norman 11, E. Monson 19, N. Pal mer 11; J. Doherty 2/13, W. Lawson 2/15, W. Lomas 3/9); 2nd innings 77 (R. Norman 18, C. Layfield 11, E. Monson 14, N. Norman 14; J. Doherty 3/21, M. Lawson 3/6.) Montmorency won outright by 27 runs. Hurstbridge v Panton Hill Hur.tbridge. First innings 157 and 1/20 (W. Laidlay 68 n.o.) d Panton Hill. first innings 96 (A. Duff 22; Smith 6/25) by 11 ,"uns on" the firs., innings.
Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 January 1940
Sheep Sales Macarthur & Macleod Pty Ltd, 515 Collins St, Melbourne, repuort:-- At Newmarket on Tuesday t!;ere were 203 trucks and 7105 fat sheep by road (16 trucks more than last week). Competition was well sus tained throughout the auctin, and values generally were firm compared with recent quotations. Inctuded in our sales were: On account of H. C. Langford "The Gums" Yuroke, 18 crossbred wethers at 24/5; on ac count W. J. Code "Evaville" Heath cote, 105 comeback wethers to 20/5 avg. 20/; on account W. J. Moles, Strathdowne, 108 merino wethers at 17/3; On account of E. Stribling, of Euroa, 238 merino wethers to 17/4, avg..17/. Fat Lambs-169 trucks and 14,347 by road (85 trucks less). With this shorter supply the market was buoy ant at values that were firm to 1./ dearer, and at the peak of the mar ket rises of 1/6 per head were on occasions noticeable. Some excep tionaly heavy lambs realised 35/11 pari head, and many consignments s?ld between 27/" and 30/ with good average...
OBITUARY MISS PHILLIS THOMPSON [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 January 1940
OBITUARY MISS PHILLIS THOMPSON ThA death occurred on Sunday last of Miss Phillis Winifred Thompson, aged 22 years, of Mountainview Road, Montmorency. Miss Thompson, who was an invalid for twenty years, was the daughter of Mr. W. Thompson, a returned soldier, and was living with her mother in Montmorency. She leaves two sisters, Wilma and Eliza beth, and two brothers, Robert and Harold. The funeral service, which was con ducted by the Rev. Mr. Tempany, took place at Greensborough.on Tuesday at 11 a.m.. It was attended by a few friends and relatives of the family..
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 January 1940
THE MARKETS Croydon Report A big yarding and all classes of livestock in great demand. Milking cows, £14; heifers, first calf, £13; springers, £12; heifers, £11; back ward, £8/15/; yearling heifers, £5/5/; poddies, 70/; fat cows, compet ition keen to £11; heifers, £10; beefy cows, £8/10/; choppers in great de mand to £7/5/; crackers, £5/10/; dairy bulls selling well to £9/5 Calves.-A bit easier, large vealers to £8/5; small to £5/7/; calves from 12/ to 36/; very small to 10/. Pigs - Selling on par with other markets. Heavy porkers 64/; med. 56/. light 50/; killable to 38/; bacon ers, 76/; store pigs, 38/; slips, 29/; suckers, 26/6. Sheep. - A great sale for prices, woolly lambs, 25/; shorn, 22/6; full mith. wethers, 17/10; broken to' 13/; six t. ewes 22/; full mouth 18/. Poultry-Full penning, competition keen. Cockerels 11/; hens, 9/6; drake lings. 13/. W.L. hens, 6/9; pullets 8/6; cock chickens 9/; stags 7/; hen and chicks 15/; chickens 5/6; duck lings 8/9; ducks 7/; duck and duck ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 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. TRAVEL 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 Commonwealth Government) TIMBER.E Hardwood, Softwood, All Sizes o Galvanised Corrugated Iron, o Hardware, S• 0 Ironmongery...
Glen Vale ELECTRIC LIGHT IN APRIL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 January 1940
Glen Vale ELECTRIC LIGHT IN APRIL Plans for the extension of the electric light supply from Whittlesea to Glen Vale have been approved by the Commission, and if work proceeds to schedule, Glen Vale will have the light by the middle of April. A survey of the land is already be ing carried out, and the erection of poles will commence immediately this is finished. Although the two-mile extension of the. electric light has attracted only nine additional subscribers, the Commission has sound reasons for considering the expense of construct ion worth while. If people are not sub-dividing and selling their farms as house blocks, says the Commission, it means that the farms are returning large enough incomes to satisfy the landowners. Therefore, while there is not a build ing boom or any material increase in the size of the population, the resi dents of the district are permanent. If the Commission can supply elec tric light at a small cost to these people and help to make their lives more ...
Legislative Council Elections [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 January 1940
Legislative Council Elections The ratepayers lists, from which the rolls for the Legislative Coun-il elections are being prepared, 'ill close on Marsh 15 next. All claims for enrolment and objections against retention of names on rolls must be lodged by that date. Claim forms are obtainable at Post Offices and Po!ice Stations throughout Victoria. Enrolment is optional for those qualified to -te in Legislative Coun cil elections-any eligible for muni cipal voting-but voting is compul sory for all those who do enrol. "'The qualification for inclusion in the r..tepayers roll is occupancy of property rated annually at £15, or occupancy ar owner of property rated at £10. If -. person has this quali fication in more than one province, he may enrol for each such province and vote there if he is able to do so personally. In such cases voting is only compr' ;ory in the province in which. the elector lives. If there is no contest in that province, .ie must vote in another where he is enrolled...
500 M.P.H. Aircraft [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 January 1940
500 M.P.1H. Aircraft The speed 'b'fightci. airciaft is fast' aPproaching the speed of sound. The National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics at Washington is con templating the building of machines capable of 500 miles an hour. This is more than 700 ft a second. Sound travels roughly at 1,100 ft a sec ond. The amazing progress in aeroplane. speeds during the last 25 years is shown by the following figures: Average speed, 1914, 70-80 miles an hour. Average speed, 1918, 4140-155 miles an hour - World's record 1931 (Schneider. Trophy) 340 miles an hour. World's record 1939, 440 miles an hour.