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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 1 March 1940
"Advertiser Print " .. Yes, orders executed by the Printing Department of: "The Advertiser" are sure to give -:satisfaction to all. Their designs are ultra-modern and their, work is keenly priced ! * Get Your Printing From "THE ADVERTISER" 481 HIGH STREET, NORTHCOTE, JW1046' i YARRA GLEN SHOW [ Ga SATURDAY, MARCH 16 - Grand Display of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, etc. Government Exhibits. Handy Hunters' Competition-first display of this Competition in thei gdistrict. Grand Display of Dogs, affiliated with K.C.C. g ® Splendid Grounds. Williams Amplifiers. I , EUCHRE AND DANCE AT NIGHT " a Entries Close MARCH 9. Catalogues on Application. ? E. A. CARY, Secretary, Phone Yarra Glen 15M. U Funera! Directors, Embalmers and Cremations (Established 1852) Pnneral Chapel and Head Office: MOOR STREET - - - - - FITZROY Branches: RqIDELBERG. ST. KTLDA. ELSTERNWTCK, LONSDALE STREET -MFTRLPTTRNE. and WT4TTTTLE?A. W. G. APPS & SONS, Ptv. Ltd. Phone: J1145 (two lines) Latest Fleet of De Sotos &...
ELTHAM ENGINEER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 1 March 1940
ELTHAM ENGINEER'S REPORT The Shire Engineer (Mr. C. L. C Tiiigate) presented.the following re- tc port to the February meeting of the di Council. covering the work carried ti out since the December meeting:- e! Country Roads Board. Maintenance work has been car- H ried out on all main roads. The work e: of widening and regrading on the fi lIurstbridge-Kinglake Road has been k discontinued as there is now only 1 sufficient money for maintenance.' q A sum of approximately £400 is a available for work on the Eltham- re Yarra Glen Road, and a start has been made in widening and grading 1' up the long hill on the: Yarra Glen n end. c .:There is now only sufficient funds ti available' for maintenance on the' fi Yarra- Glen-Glenburn and Kan?a'oc , Ground-Warrandyte, Roads.; ?? The second contract of' Mr: Gale's oi: the Kaingaroo Giouind-Panton Hil' . Road is well 'advanced, and his con tract: on the Greensborough-Elthnam Road is now rcompleted.: ' ::The plan and'specification for the 1 :Ar...
Yarra Glen RED CROSS BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 1 March 1940
Yarra Glen RED 'CROSS BRANCH On Saturday morning, February 1.0 at 7 a.m. the members of the Red. Cross Branch were on the job, cutting sandwiches, packing crockery, and making themselves generally useful. It was the day of the garden party 'it Mrs. Gibson's "Chateau Yering." Mrs. Gibson had graciously ,offered her beautiful garden, comprising five acres of well kept grounds, for the 'urpose of raising funds for Red 'ross work. I The weather was all that could be Tesired, and the attendance was sat, 'factory. At 3 p.m. all was ready. fr. W. H. Everard M.L.A., after -omplimenting Mrs. Gibson on her wve of flowers and trees, and. on the beautiful gardens, declared the Gar :en Party open. The delightful surroundings, the ea,utiful flowers, the cool shade of he wide-spreading and towering •aks, all contributed to a very suc essful afternoon. Various competitive events gave a nice of variety to the entertainments if the day, and'an appreciative audi ,nce watched the manly efforts of the h...
Panton Hill Returned Soldiers' Club [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 1 March 1940
Panton Hill Returned Soldiers' Club At the Club's annual meeting held on February 22, office-bearers for the ensuing year were elected as follow: President, Captain P. Roach-Pierson; vice-presidents, Messrs A. J. Verso and W. Bloxom; hon. secretary, Mr. C. T. Harris; assistant sec. Mr. G. J. Smith; treas. Mr. A. Barber. These office-bearer; with Mr A. D. Shanhun ^s Past President, will comprise the Executive Committee. Messrs E. Garsed and W. Lewis were appointed auditors. In the absence of Mr. A. D. Shan .run through illness, Mr. A. W: Wild man .(vice-president) took the chair and. dealt with preliminary business ' The balance sheet showed a credit of £14/13/11. This was deemed sat isfactory as there .had been calls on th- fund4 and patriotic causes had been helped considerably by the club efforts. Prior to the ballot for office-bear ers, Mr. A. J. Verso, a nominee for the presidency, declined to stand. lie said that although he appreciated the nomination, he thought the club would...
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales Croydon Market Each Monday, 11 a.m. Bostt Melb. Country. -Buyers attending. Croydon Fridays--Furniture & Stalls Healesviille 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 frown, Auctioneer, Proprietor. Real Estate and Business Agent, Live St:ck and Farm Salesman. Farms for Sale-0lac. to 500anc. Croydon MIarket Agencies: Alston's Windmills, Troughs, Pumps; Joyce and Co. Coolers and Milk Cans; British Mach. Co.'s Winches, Scoops. Chevrolet Cars, Trucks; Buick Cars; John Dero . Tractors, Orchard, etc.; .twitchell and Co's Farm Machinery; Lis...
DOREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
DOREEN. Mrs. William Christian, who unideir went a mdjor operation at the: Free masons' Hospital, East Melbourne.last week is now reported to be progress ing favorably. Dr. J. Kennedy was the .stirgeon in charge. Mrs. D. Monkhouse (nee Sister 'dna Edge) is visiting her, mother, Mrs. William Edge while her hus band, Rev. ' Monkhouse, is attending -Conference in Melbourne.
War Time Work Of Y.M.C.A. IN HOME CAMPS AND ABROAD [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
War Time Work OU Y.M.C.A. IN HOME CAMPS AND ABROAD Steadily and unobtrusively the Y.M.C.A. is catering for the welfare a and recreation of soldiers in the militia and A;I.F. camps throughout the State, and in its nine centres the t Association is serving over 24,000 men. The necessity for providing comforts and occupation for the nhm ited leisure of those undergoing mil itary training, is one that is vital, and one that began when the first soldier entered camp. That is the reason why the Young Men's Christian Association wvas authorised by the Defence Depart ment to carry on this extensive work for the troops, and why Y.M.C.A. centres have in every case been estab lished in the camps in time to welcome 1 the advance' guard. This work for "Fit and well soldiers" is an immedi ate and constant obligation. An officer at Seymour recently stated "Military camps cannot be without the Y.M.C.A.," and a private writes from onother camp "The mar quee has been a happy home without which we wou...
Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
Sheep Sales Macarthur & Macleod report: Fat Sheep. - There were 2016. trucks and .8720 sleep by road ut Newmarket dn, Tuesday (64. ~ore trucks.) At early sales there was a decline of 1/ a head o:i reccnt rates. As the market prog?e-,'cid the weak er' inquiry became fully apparent and with irregular competition, fat sheep were often 2/ a head lower the reduction in price being more pronounced for wethers. Inclhided in our sales were: On account of "Enderlie Estate" ' Srathbogie, '43 crossbred %Nethers, 2' and 4 tooth, to 26/1, and 62 crossbred wethers to 25/6. On account of W. F. Lov ick, Mansfield, 112 crossbred we'th ers to 24/10, avg. 24/8. Fat Lambs- 1311 trucks and 4956 fat lambs by road (49 trucks more). Fat lamb values were also 1'/ lower 'at opening sales, and in a fluctuating market values were on dccasions 2/ lower, although the remand for fat' lambs was mnore consistently maintained thni 'foi :fat: sheep. We sold in- this section':: On account George Huckei' "'' ir...
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
THE MARKETS Croydon Report Croydon Market reports a splen did yarding all round with good prices maintained. Milking coWes, only fair quality £13/5/; springing £12/5/; heifers £11/10/; backward £10; yearlings £5/15/; poddies 75/; L.W. bullocks £12 fat cows £11/5/; heifers £10/15/; beefy cows £9/ 10/; choppers £7; crackers £5/5/; dairy bulls, previous week £9/15/. Calves. - Demand firm. Large vealers £9/10/; small £5/8/; calves 65/; small 30/; underweight 15/. Pigs. - Competition keen. Med. porkers 59/6; light 51/; killable up to 43/; baconers 90/; sows £6/5/; choppers 90/; stores 33/; slips 27/6; suckers up to 26/. Sheep. - Always sell well. Lambs 25/11; shorn 24/8; two-tooth 26/1; f.m. ewes 21/6; broken 20/; 6-tooth wethers 25/; 4-tooth -wethers 26/3; store ewes 22/; rams 24/. Poultry. -1Full penning;' still in' great demand. Cockei'els$10/6; cock chickens 8/3; hens 8/9; w.1. hens 4/9; pullets 8/9; hen and chicks 9/; drakelings 11/;; dcklings 8/ ; draikes 7/10; ducks G/$;;duck and ...
DEATH OF GENERAL SQUIRES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
DEATH OF GENERAL SQUIRES Every Australian under arms will feel a sense of loss at the death of the Chief of the General Staff, Lieut General E: Ker Squires, C.B.- D.S.O., M.C. :Called 'to Australia to, examine the problems associated with. the:. expan sion of the defence forces ?;iiich was projected in 1938, he. remained to assist! in the carrying into effect of many of his iecommendation:'He wis a soldier foi 37 years, many of which were spent in India, where ?he was born in 1882: . In his personal attrib utes and his -career he. represented as nearly.a man could, the ideal British soldier
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
J. G. GRANDY'S ENGINEERING WORKS Any Lathe Work done by Fully Expe'ienced Turner.: Battery Charger installed and all types of Battery Riwpa t?l,',nir.I Iii S OXYWELDING DONE BY EXPER'TS,? SRepairs to Spray Pumps of All. Descriptions :i I stributing. Agent. for Alfa Laval Separators :? d Bartramni 11 Engines. .8 '.AltiE PARTS QF ALL TYPES AVArr,i.; ' .. SRight onr t . . ' . MAIN ROAD DIAMOND) CREEK A.I. HoLURS SMACARTHUR & MACLEOD SPTY. LTD. A. N. Macarthur and W. E. B. Macleod,, Sworn Valuators ; .AUCTIONEERS, SIOCK & LAND SALESMEN - I IEAD OFFI'CE: Phosphate House, 515 Collins St. Melbou e. 'Phones: '2471 (.two lines) : All classes of Sheep imdl. Cattle gold at Newmarket l?i :'rUSDAY ' OWEDNESDAY, and THUI'SDAY, and Dairy Cattle on FRIDAY. . For U,-to-dwte M.arkl.t .',ports and General Sti"k and Land Information listen-in ltowU .\itTlURt & MACLEO)D ITY. I/TD.'S IROAD)CASTS:-'Tuesdac ) teid Tniur'iday. 12.15 to 12...o' pI.. frIrol 3LjK Central Victoria and on...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
MR. W. RAYMOND Has taken over the Management of the ELTHAM HOTEL: And hopes for a continuation..of the Patronage extenlod: to Mr. Walsh) . ., In the past. , EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION AVAILABiLE.' S' , a MEALS AT ALL, OqURS " LIQUOR SERVED'iWITH MEALS TILL 8 p.m.. .... ... ... . .-rip.-c..* "*" . hG. -"-.'* . - S-O.g..g * . b . GREENSBOROUGH GARAGE New Cars and Trucks -- Service Repairs District Agent for FORD V8 CARS, UTILITY VEHICLES And TRUCKS Agent for HEALING CYCLES REPAIRS To ALL. MAKES OF CARS C. C. JESSOP - MAIN ST. GREENSBOROUGH Tellephone: r( nshorl' ou h 49. WE MUST DEVELOP AS WELL AS DEFEND Progress must not be stayed while war wages. We are fighting for bur existence and will need every penny we can get to prosecute the war. But-our ability to wage war depends upon our economic strength and our economic strength depends upon development. It is the duty of; very Atistralian citizen to do his, or her bit in this timeof crisis, but.elspecially perihaps is it the duty of those...
Show On Easter Saturday JONATHAN CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
Show On Easter Saturday JONATHAN CHAMPIONSHIP At all previous shows at Panton Hill the most coveted honor amongst local fr'uitgrowers was to gabin first award for the best plate of Jonathan applos. As the district is renowned ,or the prodtlction, of this favored apple, competition has been keen. To stimulate. even 'greater interest this year the Association has made the plate of Jonathans a Champion sec tion, and the winner will be awarded an inscribed cup, donated by Mr. Stan Truman. Although there is general dissatis faction amongst growers through the Federal Government's actionu in ac quiring th 19.40 apple and pear..crop, the Association expects good support for the Fruit Class. . To expedite judging!, three judges will be engaged ---Messrs. Jos. 'Jordan (Burwood),. C. H. Coleman (Mt.. Wayerley), and W. G. Gray. (Hurstbridge). The Fruit Class is open to, all' comers. THE FLOWER CLASS Contrary to expectations, the sea son has been n, diflicult one for flower growers. The long dr...
St. Andrews Home Destroyed By Fire [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
St. Andrews Home Destroyed By Fire A fire occurred at Queenstown on' Monday,.. February 26 when' Mr. Jim Tyrell lost his home and all. belong ings. He was doing some /prospect ing at the time, anld when his neigh bori., saw his home ablaze,: it. w~as too' late to try to save anything, and they ?entt and, told Mr. Tyrell his hoinme as almost completely destroy ed. M. :Tyrell tried to, rush into the blaaing house, -but wuii restrained by a neigh bdr. He is well. and favour ably known, throughout the -district. Born at Mernda, he lived at Weirran dyte and Queenstown for many years. Advertised in this issue is a dance for his benefit to be held on March 23. Well knowing the generosity of residents of Queenstown and sur rounding districts, a bumlier house is exlectced. when all who' attend are assured of an excellent night. Sub. scription lists are also out.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
® MOTORING TOURS Make sure of no HOLD-UP by3 Wgetting your car overhauled byA _ LYON BROS. . i EiFx'ERT MOTOR ENGINEERS W * Garage and R.A.C.V. Service Station I * aB Main Road, Eltham * TeL: Eltham 37 rAif U ne hUE U U EEEEmEEEEEE n Registered at uineral Post Office, Melbourno for transmlesson by post as a nowspaper. Diamond Creek Horticultural Society 56th ANNUAL SHOW \VWill he held in Horticultural Hall, Diamond Creek. * Afternoon Tea will be provided in the Luncheon Hall by the Diamond Creek Branch of the Australian Red Cross. SUPPORT YOUR DISTRICT'S BIGGEST FUNCTION ! GRAND DANCE AT NIGHT First Class Supper. Admission 1/*. G. G. MIIILER, President. T. W. I-IARRINGTON, Hon. Sec. Phone, I)iamond Creek 18. aw ýý.o .ýe o41,?~~ ýr w o sow wm ~ ~ w w w w o .w wo . wowh GENT'S QUALITY OUTFIT FOR EASTER 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 15 6 ?"i .SMART HAT.......
(To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
(To the Editor) Sitr-- was glad to see by your papeir that Research had wakened up at' last re naming of road. Pine Avenue seems to me very ap propriate. It leads to Pine Grove Estate which is overlooking the aque duct and the view of Research. What is more, it is very confusing to have names alike. There is already a track showing on plans Gully Road. I am an old l)roperty owner of Re serch and thank Mr. Connell for al ready making a move for progress and wish him luck in the fplture. Yours &c. MIRS. de H. STOi-EY.
Kinglake Central TENNIS AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
Kinglake Central TENNIS AFTERNOON SAs, several members of the Ladies' Club have become tennis-minded, Mrs Harold Coller held liei' afternioon for the ladies at the Morella tennis court last Thursday,. and duiring the aftier noon, many enjoyable sets were play ed. Afternoon tea was served, Mles "daines Blayliss and Kelly Jeiwz ams `siCing h'ostesies. TENNIS CARNIVAL A tennis club has been formed at Pheasant Creek. and a very full programme is being arranged for the Easter holidays, commencing with a grand Carnival Night which is being held in the Kinglake Central Hall on Easter Saturday. An excellent night's entertainment is anticipated, there being such a variety of novel and entertaining items and side shows as Kinglake has never seen hforc, as well as dancing competitions, gipsy fortune-teller, home-made sweets stall, lucky dips, etc. with generous pr!izs:for all. Following that is a tennis tourna m('i t which 'will be played on Mrs. Col]lr's courtg at "Pharamond" on Fifor r Sunda...
Doreen RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 8 March 1940
IDoreen RED CROSS ·Ott AVthe, Doreen ' Red Cross meeting held: oi Thursday, February 29 the IHon.; W. H. Everard M.L.A. gave a veir interesting talk on the activities, of -t1he Red Cross Society.'. The following list of aijticles were se#i to, the Red Cross depot by Mr. T Murphy,.who is voluntary- carrier for?the Doreen: Branch: 6 shirts; 5 prs. pyjamas, 9. scarves, 24 face wash ers, .5 plirs. bedsocks, 6 helmets, 2 Lcardigans, 23 handkerchiefs, 44 prs socks. HARVEST FESTIVAL' ThIe ainnual Harvest Festival Se? vices were held in :the Hazel Glen iMethiodist Church ilast Sunday Th,"` preacher, Rev N Giahamn of Kooyong Rd; Cauilfield, gave very inspiring ad dresses hat both the mo ning.and ev ening servicel.. .At the eveiing .scr vice the United Choirmnnder the lead ership of Mr.: F. Sharp sang several anthlems, and a solo by Mrs. Tyson Creighton' of Wollert was reudered and,'.well received. by :i rovwdea church. :'The church was tastefully decor ated by Mesdames Gordon Creighton, .R. ...