Elephind.com contains 6,495 items from Eltham And Whittlesea Shires Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Montmorency ST. JOHN HOME NURSING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
Montmorency ST. JOHN HOME NURSING A Home Nursing Class will start in the. Montmorency Hall on Monday, April 15 at 8 'p.m. The class will be in charge of Miss Fletcher, V.A.D,. Were St. Montmorency. ',CiOOLr COas .II'.'E As a. result of rec:-e; eloctiUnll:; the following were celets.: 1: i, c h l Mcnt-. monrncy School/ Committee:- . C'r. Price, President; Mr. Lyle, MVice' President: Mr. Lacey. Correspon.innt; Messrs. Milne, Grant, ' Daniels nn Aanensen. " " This, energetic band has begun worl with enthusiiiasm .ndl hs arianged n dance In the Prdoe -Hall for April 16, to raise funds' for much-needed' re. plirs to the "shelter .pavilion.
Whittlesea Ratepayers' League Dance [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
:.7?i.ttlesea, Re? ptfe erg: Leag - D a'giie "'i n tidoprihn a onilt e succesful dari * to 'k nti. o Inist Satiidayi who t 'I Snerfej o f. InP ne to raise fundp ýnrcds thQ ýir~itming ponl. e el?ir osit} :and ' enlergetic assi?o. ' ir enriven to fltuh s cretaiyv (Mrs I K'eirrick'i h' the l:onimittlee A Mers IC^rlr i'k exrensned her anio - it for the donations and to tnhose ihn asshited with the silpper . Th&ieM nite Carlo dnnce .as won by ",; :Ui'nhLiin h inad MIr. M:x I..inidaiO r Nile. Mrs. Alex Mitbhell;,be?jainri: th.i 'vner of a 10/- note. Mr. .itirles "eDonald was M.C., while' the music • , provided bhtr the Mouth Organ land. A series of progressive euchre par es'will be arranged to start in a ew weeks.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
A SHIELD AGAINST ADVERSITY Of all the ills to which man is prone so many can be defeated by financial -esources, that the necessity for their provision needs no emphasis. Few of us can build, Inherit, or even fortuitously acquire fortunes but all can provide against misfortune. Let your Savings Bank pass book,stand between you and the dangers of sickness, accident or un. Employment. The Savings Bank way is the easiest, safest, surest way of all and will help you provide for the requirements of education. for your children, old age, or the acquisition of coveted articles. Open your Savings Account to-day. olmlonealti) Savings JBank of flustralia (Guaranteed by the Commonwealth Government) i MR. W. RAYMO-ND S Has taken over the Management of the ELTHAM HOTEL." .. And .hopes for a continuatiou of the Patronage extended to Mr. Waush in the. past. 1 i * \"IXCELLN'UT ACfCOjIMODATION AVAILABLE. • . S . .. ...: .. . : ' MEALS AT ALL? HOURS I * LIQUOR SERVlD WITH MEALS TILL.8 p.m. Cyclists! ...
Wollert Country Women's Association [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
Wollert b Country Women's Association I ------ E The dance and euchre party organ- , istd by the branch and held on gas-. ter Saturday in aid of Comforts Fund i was an outstandinig success, both fin- v ancially and. socially. 'the sum .of C .9 /10/-.being cleared. Excellent mu- f *.l was provided by TWieland's,.band !nd everyone had a thoroughly enjoy- h ~hle .time. The: euchre was won 'by ,Miss 1. C:u:iu-r and Mr. l Mosig'res p,ectlvely. The success -o this func Lion was largely due to the untiring efforts of the. joint secretaries, .Mes dames A. Yann - and M. Harmer. The monthly meeting bf the branch was held on Wednesday, March> 27, Iwhen Mirs Carr presided over a good rtttendance, including members from St. hilda, branch, who were .given :a t.ordial, welcome. Mrs. Ilarmer read an interesting report on the recent conference held at Avenel. £1/1/ was donitted to 'Somers House. The market stall did .good business. I . competition for the best aarticle made from .a sugar bag was....
GENERAL BUSINESS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
:GENERAL BUSINESS . tel On' th'e suggestion fi Councillor an Daly, the Health Inspector was ask- .i cd to 'uivl tigatc' a complaint that i sanitary pun was washed in one of the niain sti'eets cf' Whittlesea Town- 'U CATTLE STRAYING IN STREETS Councillor, Dalv aga'n drew atten tion. to the straying cattle. in the streets. of Whittlesnea. -. He declared that there were about .12 cows. and d, doe horse which were always in the street.'" The ranger (Mr. McPhee) ýv had reported that he had impounded w some cattle from the Whittlesea c Townishiip and that the dues had s been paid. However, this .had only c1 been done once, although the cattle : were 'there every day. - ,Continuing, Councillor Daly said n that Mr. Crawford spent a lot of-time in keeping his garden in order, and on a number of occasions the cows A had got in and wrecked it. He w ged " that some action be taken, even if it " meant getting the day-man to attend Ii to the matter. c Councillor HIurrey said that the c day man co...
Engineer's Report To Council CONTRACTS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
Engineer's Report To i Council CONTRACTS Mlahoney's Road, First Section - 'Modern Roads Ltd have pncaetcaaly .l *ompleted this work but some atten- 0o ';,n is still required on the flanks. cE Second Section-W. Gain has com- In pleted this contract, and has to main- (h rain same for two months. I have . arranged for the power grader to T work over this road toward the end of the maintenance period at the v( conrtrhjator'i expense. ,.: e GORGE ROAD al SW Gale has commenced work on -his road but has not spread any t erni?hed rock there to date. n. .'.Epping Road - -W. Gale has de- '1 ivercd' approximately 1,000 cubic s9 yd? of crushed rock for this work. SMain'. Whittlesea Road. -The P( backing up of this will commence in ri a few days' time in preparation for as ' e-shooting. c DAY LABOUR th SEpping Riding -All hands have tl been concentrated during the month pn the. reconstruction of Epping Road. .Timber has been ordered for -c-decking Cooper Street Bridge and y Harvest Home Bridge. ...
Eltham Combined Sports Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
Eltham Combined Sports Meeting The Eltham branch of the Victorian Stato Schools' Amateur Athletic Asso ciation held; its eleventh annual sports nmeOting under ideal weather condi %aons at Greensborough "last Friday. Ten schools competed and some good talent waas seen. Eltham school ".on with l120 points: Others scored es follow:'- Briar :,11 ` 91b j' Mlaeo'od, 84; .Mo Itmorency, 823, Plenty and Suther land Homes, 781; rieensborough, 741; Heidelberg West, 723i Eltlanam Northl. 70Y; Lower Plenty. 65J; 'Mr. W~. H4.l Everaid, L.A. presen toed the ltrophles :to, tha- winingni schools. :ELTHAM H..S.,AGAIN At Heidelberg Shorts on-Monday. the Senior Girls' Relay ' Team-I. Gla; gow, E. Scoggins, J.' Rains, alid P. Cameron. won: And the Senior Boys' were second (Breen,. Marsh, McNally, Dossor. This made Eltham equal oil points with Ivanhoe East. ior the Shield presented by Mr. C. Dowell. I. Glasgow won the Intermdedlate Girls' Championship-75 yards. pi,-r' silver cup. ' MilSS BAYLIS' CONCERT ...
Glen Vale ELECTRICITY CONNECTED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
Glen Vale ELECTRICITY CONNECTED - After months of negotiation and work in installing the electricity wires through to Olenvale, the power was put through to-day when Mr. Gil berg closed the switch. It was then necessary for each house to be connected to the main-a simple operation-and seven consumers be gan to use electricity in their homes this afternoon. Others will be con nected as soon as the wires have been Dut into the houses.
Farewells To Mr. And Mrs. Spares [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
Farewells to. Mrr -.And Mrs. Spares . On Wednesday afternoon tthp i !cies ,f the Red Cross moet at the home of 1Mr.. C, J. Jos .op to .say farc.well to .\lrs. Spares, and a social atmosphere prevailed in spite of the work .which :r.;cqeded in cut ting out garments fop" .swing. Mrs. Santon, president of the branch, ,xpressed on behalf of the rnemrbers, Iheir deep regret at. losing Mrs. Slnpre to the district and on behalf of the ladies handed hier" a beautiful basket of flowers. Mrs. Snnton said that.the: unst of honor wa;s an'ri'dent workor rnd would he "t severe loss .to .the branch. In reply, Mrs. Spares said that: ?he was sorry to be leaving the dist'ict, m;nd hoped that, the Rod cross Inem hers would continue to woi'k as enor :,?rtically as they had in the. past. last night in the Methodist Hall I trresentativeis of the Methodist Ladies' Guild. Golf Club, Austin -Hos pital and Returned Soldiers, cou?nained in a public fnrewell to Mr.. :ad .Mrs., S!p:l.res and Mr. J.- C. Jes.°tli...
Greensborough Farewell To The Rev. J. J. Tempany ALL SAINTS' CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
Greensborough Farewell To The Rev'. J. J. Tempany ALL SAINTS' CHURCH OF ENGLAND On Tuesday last the Parish Hall was the scene of a farewell'eveltlig tendered to the Rev. J. J. Tempany by his many friends in the Parish. It was pleasing to see such a large gathering, and quite evident that dur ing h! four years of service among the parishioners, Ihe had Well, and truly won their hearts. The even ing oplned' with a variety of excel lent concert items, presented by the parishioners, after which followed speech making, arid the plresentation. The Rev. A. J. . amford acted as c.hairman, and .after giving. a brief resume of Mr. Tempany's activities during his period of service here, cal led on various mmlnrelars of the cont Inunity to speak. .. I)r. Cordner, Messrs .: Day. Tait, :Davidson, and Sole all spoke feelingly of their friendships with Mr. Tem Iany; and of the affection with which hr was regarded by the Greensbor rngh folk. Mr. lubeck, in a brief speech, also conveyed the .whole. h...
GOLF WHITTLESEA GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
GOLF WHITTLESEA- GOLF Last Saturday's results :-One stick competition (9 holes): L. But ler (13) 34; J. King (4) 37; D. Loudon (13) 37; C. Grifliths (4) 40. Ladies: Mrs. Davidson (15) 42; Mrs. Loudon (1.3) 47; Miss J. Lear month (18) 49. GREENSBOROUGH CLUB A stroke competition was held last Saturday and resulted: Men-F. Walker (16) 46; P. Cooper (24) 47; W. Balsillie (24) 48; H. Carse (20) 49; A. Wyatt (13) 51; A. J. Hill (4) 52. Ladies--Mrs. French (18) 48; Mrs Carse (19) 49; Mrs. Hill (22) 54; Mrs. Wyatt (16) 54; Miss Cooper (13) 55; Miss Ladd (25) 58; Mrs. D. Harris (25) 62; Mrs. Waldron (13) 63.
CYCLING WHITTLESEA CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
CYCLING WHITTLESEA CYCLING Whittlesea Amateur Cycling Club opened its 1940 season with an eight mile handicap race around the Milky Lane for a silver sup donated by Mr J. Taylor. The race resulted: L. Roberts (of Flowerdale) 1; Alf Gale (Whittle sea) 2; A. Sparrow (Whittlesea) 3. P. Sparrow (Whittlesea) gained fast est time with 21 minutes. All the place-getters were off four minutes. The two scratch men, Syd McDon ald, and J. Watts crashed, and al though they had no chance of win ning, they finished the race. There were about 20 entries. The -next race will take place on Satur day, April 20, a 16-mile event over the same course.
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
STHE MARKETS Croydon Report At Croydon Market on Monday all glasses of cattle, pigs, calves, sheep and poultry sold well. Milking cows not much quality offering. Hedters to £11/7/6; springing cows, £11/15/; heifers, to £10/10/; backward, £9/7/6; yearling to £5/12/6; pod (lies, £4/7/6 and selling freely: store cows, £7/12/6; bullocks, to £15/2/i;; fat cows, £11/7/6; heifers, £10/10/: beefy cows, £10; choppers, £7.'10/; crackers, £5; dairy bulls, £19/12/6. Calves going well, large vealers, £S/10/; small £5/5/; calves, 70/; and lightweight to 10/. Pigs. - Heavy porkers, previous week to 74/; med. porkers 60/; light 52/; others up to 43/; stores to 36/; slips 28/; suckers from 9/ to 23/. Sheep.-Always sell well. Shorn lambs 25/; two tooth ewes, 24/6; f.m. ewes, 20/; f.m. wethers, 21/6; two tooth 28/2; store lambs, 13/2; ewes, f.m. 10/; rams, 26/. Goultry-Good yarding and prices firmer and on the rise. Cockerels, to 11/6; cock chickens 8/9; hens, 10/. W.L. hens 6/2, odd pens higher; pull...
(To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
(To the Editor) Sir,--We, the undersigned, as narents of the boys who have joined he 2nd A.I.F. would like to know who is responsible for the atrocious leaflet referring to the Whittlesea Ag ,icultural Society's Ball. We always 'hought that in a time like this, that 5ur own flag should have first place instond of the Nizi .sign. The dodger ;:ays "forget the war." Surely it be hoxvs us all to think a good deal about the wa~r, for it has yet to be fought and won. Your ete..-J. BEBBING TON, I-I. IIYLAND, MRS. I. I-TALL. \Vhitle en, April ?. 1940.
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales Croydon Market Each Monday, 11 a.m. Beat 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 St ck and Farm Salesman. Farms for Sale-10ac. to 500ae. Croydon Market Agencies: Alston's Windmills, Troughs, Pumps: Joyce and Co. Coolers and Milk Cans; British Mach. Co.'s Winches, Scoops. Chevrolet Cars, Trucks; Buick Cars; J.ohn Dere Tractors, Orchard, etc.; .;itchell and Co's Farm Machinery; Lister & ...
Sheep Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 12 April 1940
Sheep Sales Mfacarthur & Macleod, of 612-616 Col lihs Street, Melbourne report:- At Newmarket on Tuesday there were 181 trucks and 6470 fat sheep by road, this number being equal to 24 trucks less than the previous Tues day's supply. Competition for fat sheep was strong throughout the auc tions, and values were firm to dearer. Included in our sales were: On account of Mrs. J. Gray, Thalia, via Wycheproof, 65 crossbred wethers to 29/2 avg. 28/; on a/c of J. Rey nolds, "Falcon Vale" Tarcombe- via Longwood, 81 corriedale cross weth ers to 26/8 avg. 26/4.; a/c W. J. Cannion, Condah, 100 comeback weth ers. to 26/, avg. 24/9. Top price of the market was 31/ secured for a pen of prime crossbreds two tooth. Fat Lambs.-There were 96 trucks and 3240 by road, being 50 trucks less than the previous Tuesday. Compet ition was buoyant throughout the auc tion and values were firm to on occas ions 1/- dearer. Top price in this section was 32/5. Included in our sales were: on account of Georg...