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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 15 March 1940
Classified Adverts. WANTED TO SELL BLINDS (inside and outsiue), ',Tar paulins, Horse Rugs, Hoods and Sidecurtains, made and repaired, 6 x 3 blinds from 2/11; Duck Tents, from 19/11; Camp Beds, 13/11. Tents for hire. Terms can be arranged. A. SPRIGGS 465 High St. Northcote-JW2295. rpASMANIAN hardwood flooring, 11al tic weatherboard, fibro-cement, fibro-plnster. Good stock of IIOUSE ILD PAINTS. Nails all sizes. Build ers' Ironmongery, etc. Glass cut to any size. TANKS, all sizes. BELOW MIELBOURNJE' PRICE.R. R. McLEL I.AN, lIurstbridgo. R. McLELLAN I IURSTIR1II)CE FOR DEFINITE SALE sINGLE Furrow Ploughs from 35/ up ward; 1 float, 1 leaf heavy harrows D.T. 2 "Planet" scarifiers £2/5/. Fire Stove 22/6. Philadelphia Lawn 'Mower; wheelbarrow; single barrelled shotgun £1. All guaranteed in per feet order. D. G. GRAHAM Hurstbridge. 2 TON Ford Truck, T model, good ord. fitted Ruxtal gears, painted, well shod. Price £12/10/. Apply W. J. Short, Cottle's Bridge. MUSCOVY drakelings and ducklings ...
S.E.C. EMPLOYES PRAISED (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
S.E.C. EMPLOYES PRAISED (To the Editoi.) Sir,--As a resident of the Whittle sea:District may I, through the col umns of - "The Advertiser" express my tribute to' the quick and thorough manner in which the employes of the State Electricity Colmmission carried out their duties iri coninection with the extension of the electricity line to Glen Vale?. Their general behaviour and cour tesy at all 'times was exemplary, while the fact that they finished a six weeks' job in five weeks 'speaks volumes for their hard work.. Yours etc., . . . "RATEPAYER'."
NAMING RESEARCH ROAD (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
NAMING RESEARCH ROAD - (To the Editor.) Sir,-In answer to Mrs. Storey's letter in reference to the naming of Pine Avenue, there is' a misunder standing. I asked permission: to name a road in front of our own premises Pine Avenue, for conven ience of town visitors, trading, etc. not the road from the store up as previously stated. I say with a num ber of other Research people that all side streets should have a name for the convenience of visitors, and would help to make Research better known. Thanking Mrs. Storey for her letter. Yours etc., M. E. CONNELL. "The Chums" Research, March 12.
Correspondence PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
Correspondence PROGRESS ASSOCIATIONS (To the Editor.) .Sir,-The difficulties of the I1l tham Betterment League reported in last week's issue of "The Advertiser" i. a comment on a sad lack of com munity spirit common to most of our Australian rural centres. In effort to stimulate interest and to counter act the lethargy, Progress Associ ations are always changing or moui fying their names just as political parties think a change of name will inspire support! It has been found that often Progress Associations arc hampered in their real work by of ficials of various activities who strive --often -successfully-to stiifle heal;thy criticism of inefficiency in public services. This discourages many vigorous people who do not, care to resist the contentions of fel low members. Eltham seems to suf fer also, because unworthy citizens 'take it out of tradespeople" who dare to enter public service by way of progress associations. In a few cases the associations ex ist only as an individual sec...
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
CROYDOQN MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales Croydpon IMaret Each Monday, 11ia:m.. Best Melb. Country Buyeis aftteiiding. Cr oycdon Fi.idys-,Furniture & Stalls -Healesvlle Sale 2nd Thurs. In Month. Yarra Glen' Sale Last Wed.,in MTonth. Lilydale Sale Third Wed. in Month. Croydon, Hor-e Sale Every Monday. Ciroydon wants every Monday, any quantity Cattle, Pigs, )Calves, Vealers, Sheep, Poultry, Horses Harness. Vehicles, Implements, Furniture, Dairy Utensils, Galv. Iron, Sundrles. Top Prices Assured. l nring. Furiniture Sales Conducted Valuations, Probate and- Mortgages. All Classes of Insurance Effected. SAllan Brown, Auctionee',. Proprietor. SReal Esttte and Business -Agent, SLive St ck and Farm :Salesman. SFarms:,for Sale-lOac. to 500nc. Croy'don Market Agencies: Alston's VWinrdmlls, Troughs, Pumps: *Joybe and Co. Coolers and Milk Cans; Britl.sh Mach. Co.'sB Winches, Scoops. Chevrolet Cars, Trucks; Buick Cars; John Dere Tractors, 'Orchard, etc.: w?ltc'ell. nmid, Co's Far...
Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
Sheep Sales Macarthur & •Macleod report: Fat Sheep. - At Newmarket on Tuesday. there were 149 trucks and :6141 sheep by road (84 trucks less). Right from the outset com petition was b'uoyant, and values throughout the day .were fully' 1/ and sometimes 1/6 above recent quotations. Tuesday's market was the only sale of sheep and lambs at Newmarket this week. Included in our. sales were: On ,a/c. "Enderlie Estate" 432 crossbred wethers to 26/6, avg. 25/6; on a/c. \ of Phil Clarke, "Condah View" Condah, 108 Cpmeback wethers to. 25/1, avg. 24/4; On a/c. R.' Orr Coungalt, '78 comeback wethers to 25/ avg. 23/4 Fat Lambs. - 1'39?, trucks and 4994 by road (19 trucks less) Com petition also in this section was keen and values were fully 1/ above recent. quotations. Many of the lambs were in dry condition. Any that presented sappy appearance and handled well were especially "sought by the metropolitan trade: Store Sheep. -. 67 trucks (45 less than last week). There was a good average a...
PANTON HILL SHOW SEASON WORST EVER [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
PANTON HILL SHOW SEASON WORST EVER When the Panton Hill Fruitgrow .rs decided early in the year to re vive their annual show and to hold it on Easter Saturday, March 23 there was not, as in the days of Julius Caesar a soothsayer present to bid them "Beware of the Ides of March" Although the fruitgrowers had quite enough warning to view the coming of the first of March with apprehen sion, little did they expect the .weather to play the tricks it did. Had they known that this usually well hehaved month. was going to treat them to a couple of severe frosts as well as a week's heat wave with the temperature at over 100 degrees, they would probably have drapped the show like the proverbial hot spud. Visitors to the show on Sat urday are therefore reminded that the growers have had to contend with a very difficult season, and if the dis play is not up to the* usual high standard, then ,sympathise with the producers who reside in waterless districts. The show will be officially opened at 2...
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
THE MARKETS Croydon Report The Croydon Market reports a; heavy yarding of stock, and poultry, with prices firm. -Milking cows, only fair quality ?f fering, .to. £13/12/6; nilking heifers, .£12; springing cow.s to £13; spring. ing-,heifers to £11; backward cows, S£10; yearling dairy. heifers £5/10/ poddy heifers, 73/; fat cows, to £10; fat heifers, ~9; .beefy cows £9; chop Spers, £7/10/; dairy bulls to £10. ' Heavy,,yarding of porkers. Heavy porkers to 64/6; light porkers to 50/; killable sorts to 45/; springing sows ;£8;? store pigs ,to 30/; suckers to S20/. Calves--In gdod demand. Large yealers to £'/10/; small vealers to £6;: calves to £3/10/; small calves :to 30/; underweight to 15/. Poultry-E'xtra big yarding of poul try, prices firm, cockerels to 11/2; fat hens 9/7; W.L. hens 2/6 to 6/; X hens 7/; pullets to S/; stags, to 6/: lien and chicks to 12/; drakelings 9/; ducklings 6/. ."Horsee.--o class horses offering.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
PANTON HILL SHOW Saturday, March 23 Official Opening at 2 p.m. DANCE AT NIGHT Cyclists! / Do you need New Tyres, Tubes or Spare Parts? Does Your Cycle need Repairing or Renovating? -IF SO, have the jobdone 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. i When ordering SOFT DRINKS, Insist on . . . BARRETT'S 1 . ; -"YOUR SURETY OF PURITY" -- Obtainable in Your District 529 Rae St. Nth. Fitzroy. Phones JW 1151-2 EAT AND ENJOY THE BEST --IT COSTS NO MORE ! SROBINSON WE 'S (GREENSBOROUGI) Milk-Made Bread KEEPS BETTER - CUTS BETTER - TASTES BETTER Try A Loaf To-day - It's Good , Dally Delivery in GTccnsborough, Montmorency, Briar Hill, Yarra6nbat 'PHONE. GRBEENSBOROUGI-I 50 e ons os uL)o n o nam m ow-no me oýwov mossm.i o uw1ooa n) s sn ý n
Doreen RED CROSS DRIVE FOR FUNDS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
Doreen RED CROSS DRIVE FOR FUNDS The Doreen branch of the Red Cross met on March 14. All members were keen to make the "Salamagundi Evening" to be held in the Doreen Hall on March 30, an outstanding success. It should prove a novelty in the dis trict and proceeds are in aid of the special Red Cross Drive being madehby Headquarters on March 29. So far the Branch is maintaining its interest well, two huge boxes of work, as well as donations in money, have been despatched to headquarters. There is, however, room for improve ment in attendances at the fortnightly meetings. The next meeting will be held on March 28. All ladies welcome.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
MOTORING TOURS m .Make sure of uo HOLD-UP byE getting your car overhauled by. SLYON BROS. i EXPERT MOTOR ENGINEERS SGa?rgeo and RI.A.C.V. Serveco Station * Main Road, Eltham ? U * Tel.: Elthann 37 rl la ?BBB B M M m[111B? l·L~l itcttrird at General P'oet Office, Melbourne for transmission by po&St as a nwtspaper. NEW SEASON'S SUITINGS Available Now At .PRE - WAR PRICES From .. E. L. GATES l Northcote's Premier Tailoring Specialists Blues of a distinctive ne~wness are featured in these Suitings S .. .i of Super Grade Worsteds. , From 90 - "Wear As Vou PIa - The E. L. Gates Way L. : From / Weekly: ?ii~Ii: :7:::''i~"B IMPORTANT ! ! I FREE SHOES .1 With every Tailored to Order Suit during April, Value 25/ E. HL. AT ES 473 High St., N'cote PHONE: JW 1842 Post to-day for FREE PATTERNS and Self-Measurement Form. NAM E .. . ... . ;. .. i. ADDRESS. DIAMOND VALLEY : b SAWMILLS V HURSTBRIDGE PALINGS 5ft. - 6in. x in. 6ft. -- 6n. x in. U U LAll Descriptions of IHardwood SuppliedU H HARR...
SOLDIER ENTERTANED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
SOLDIER ENTERTANED Mr, Jack Handley, a member of the Second A.I.F. was farewelled by members of the Panton Hill Returned Soldiers' Club and friends at a smoke social held in the club room on Tues day evening, March 12. The Club's President, Capt. Roach-Pierson, pre sided. The highlights of the evening were the presentation of an inscribed wal let to Mr. IIandley by the President. Mr. Handley's reply-"That if the Second A.I.F. could live up to the traditions of the old A.I.F., they would be quite satisfied"; a recita tion by Mr. W. Murphy "Kicked Out of Hade-"; and the arrival of a block of ice to cool down the re freshments (much needed). The lively . music supplied by Messi's H. G. Young and A. W. Wild man; the outspoken comments on the war by the secretary (Mr. C. T. Harris) who declared that when it came to a show-down there would be a test of manpower, and that in those days the morale of the Australian and other colonial troops would be a deciding factor.
ADDITIONAL MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
ADDITIONAL MAIL An improvement in the mail ar rangements at Whittlesea Post Of fice has been provided by the Postal Department. As from Monday, March 18 a mail from Whittlesea Post Office is being despatched to ihe G.P.O. Melbourne daily except Saturdays by the 10.48 a,m, train, closing at the Whb tlesea Post Office at 10.10. a.m. The mail will, if availed of by the public, prove very, convenient as it will enable lettei's posted up to 10.10 a.m. to be delivered during the sane after:ioon in Melbourne and.suburbs, thus making it possible to receive a reply next morning. - This mail will also connect with t.hr express interstate mails. and after noon country mails.
MERNDA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE OFFERED TO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
MERNDA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE OFFERED TO COUNCIL In a letter to the Council on Wed nesday, the President of the Mernda Mechanics' Institute and Library: of fered to .allow the Council to take over the buildings and library, pro viding the Council's office was tranis ferred and the meetings' held there. It was stated that there is an over draft at the bank of £9. The Shire Prcsident (Councillor Hurrey) pointed out that nothing could be lost by ascertaining whether the Council could legally• take over the Institute. He though inquiries should be made before the-offer was refused. The council could receive revenue from the letting of the hall. Councillor Gardiner said that he still, considered Mernda the best place for the Council's offices and meetings, but he was suspicious of thin'gs when they were. offered' for nothing. Councillor Orgill, who is an .officer of the -.Institute controlling body, said the position was not one that should be rushed into: The Council's solicitor could go ...
SHOOTING BY SPOTLIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 21 March 1940
SHOOTING BY SPOTLIGHT The grave -danger caused 'to human life and stock by people who came out in cars a( night and shot from the moving vehicle by the light of a spotlight was stressed by Coun cillor Gardiner at the Council meet ing on Monday. j;. He pointed out that several such instances had occuired in.the vicinity of his property on the Epping-Morang Road within the past few weeks, and added that First Constable Ellis had stated that he was unable to take any action unless it could be proved that a person was firing dangerously. "Are we to wait until our stock is shot and then run around looking for someone?" he asked. Co.uncillor Orgill pointed out that it was an offence to shoot from a moving vehicle. Councillor Gardiner said that it was a risky business going out in the dark to order anyone off, but un less something was done some resi dents would take the matter into their own hands.