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Card Evening At "The Crest" [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
Card Evening At "The Crest" On yet another occasion Captain and Mrs. Roach-Pierson have gener ously made their home available to the Panton Hill branch of Red Cross for a card evening. Despite the inclement weather, a large number. of players gathered at "The Crest" on Wednesday -:evening and played bridge,or quchre.according to their taste.. The bridge winners ,wors Mrs,. Conuelly and Ir. A. Barbci while the prizes foýi euihre went t,1 Mi's. Rouch and Mr. Bannerman. 'It was gratifying to lbe able to welcom," so many supporte's -fr6nm Queens town. While thanking all who helped to make the evening ai success the Pre sident (Mrs. D. Shanhun) reminded all present: that on Saturiday afternoon, May l11 a fete will-be held at "The Crest" to aid Red Cross Funds and t?ihi clildren havei been -vorking fcr some time to stocki a' stall, and she turgel all who possibly could to come along and `bring a =i'gift anfd buy3 a gift on that day, A number of flannel shirts have been cut out and- wool p...
Diamond Creek SUTHERLAND HOMES GYMKHANA [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
Diamond Creek SUTHERLAND HOMES GYMKHANA In recognition of the cheque for £18 whi'., was handed to the Matron at the Sutherland Homes as a result of the gymkhana held in October last year, the following letter has been received by the treasurer (Mr. C. Stone). "Dear Mr. Stone,-Matron has handed me your committee's cheque fcr £18 kindly donated to these Homes, as the proceeds of the Car nival at Diamond Creek. It gives me much pleasure to acknowledge its receipt, and to express for myself and my committee, our very hearty thanks, not only for the welcome ad dition to our funds, but also for the friendly and helpful interest display ed in our work, and evidenced in this very acceptable and practical way. Will you please accept for your good self, and kindly convey to all the good friends concerned, our warmest thanks. May I express the hope that we may he favoured with your continued sympathy and valued help of the generous folk of Diamond Creek? I enclose our official receipt with ren...
COMBINED CHURCH BALL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
COMBINED CHURCH BALL The Committee of the Combined Churches Ball met in the Parish Hall on last Monday night. Due to the inclement weather, there was not as large an attendance as usual. How ever, those present were very repre sentative. and all arrangements for holding the Annual Ball were duly fixed. The ball will be held in -the Research Hall on Friday, May 17. Euchre will be held in the Church Hall adjoining. Valuable prizes will be offered to euchre winners. Wie land's Band has "been engaged to supply music, while iMrs. Reynolds has charge of the supper. This ball has always been one of the high lights of Research and surrounding districts, and it is expected that this year's effort will easily equal those of previous years. The President is Mr. E. Reynolds, with Mr. A. Brinkkotter as secretary and Miss E. Doney treasurer.
GREENSBOROUGH CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
GREENSBOROUGH CLUB Last Saturday a 12-hole stroke competition resulted: Gents: G. J. Gilberg (18) 45; J. Westthorpe (24) 45; A. Wyatt (13) 48; T. North (14) 48; A. J. Hill (4) 49; P. Cooper (24) 51; W. Balsillie (24) 55; H. Carse (20) 59. Ladies: Mrs. Wyatt (16) 49; Mrs Mason (25) 49; Mrs. Hill (22) 50; Mrs. French (17) 54; Miss Cooper (13) 55; Mrs. Carse (19) 56; Mrs Harris (25) 56; Miss Ladd (25) 63.
GOLF KINGLAKE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
GOL F KINGLAKE MEETING The annual meeting of the King lake Golf Club was held last Tuesday night in the Central Kinglake Hall and was well attended. The result of the election of of ficers was ev follows: President, Mr Harold Coller; secretary, Mr. Maur ice Ryan; treasurer, Mr. J. Upton; vice-presidents. Messrs R. Watson and J. Exton; committee members, Messrs W. Heinze, L. Lawry, E. Thiele and Roy Coller. The matter of altering some of the holes for the improvement of- th course for the coming season was dis. cussed, and the committee hopes to be in a position to carry out these improvements early in the season. A working bee was arranged for Saturday 13th to put the course in order to commence play.
Yarrambat WORKING BEE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
Yarrambat WORKING BEE A busy bee of Church folk interested in the erection of a Church buildin met on Saturday when the acre way further cleaned up and a fine closely woven cyclone fence around it wa+ nearly completed. Afternoon tea war served and much enjoyed. Mr. Wil liam Hackett has been appointed as sistant-secretary of the C. of E. Guild and is most enterprising. RAINFALL To 9 a.m. Monday 76 points of rain fell, with 40 additional to 9 a.m. on Tuesday.
Kangaroo Ground LADIES' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
Kangaroo Ground LADIES' CLUB There was a large gathering at the home of Mrs. John Lawrey last Thursday when- the Kinglake Central Ladies' Club held a general meeting there for the purpose of electing office-bearers for the new year. Mrs. Hargreaves and Mrs. Body were re-elected President and Sec retary respectively; Mrs. P. Murphy as treasurer and Mesdames Heinze and H. Coller as committee mem bers. Mrs. Bayliss moved a vote of thtanks to last year's office-bearers for their fine work in establishing the club, and for helping so substantially in making the past year successful in every way. This was seconded by Mrs. S. Pear son. During the afternoon, ideas for making the conclusion of this club's successful first year were discussed, and it was decided that the celebra tion would take the form of a dinner to be held at "Morella" on 20th. inst. Apologies were received from Mes dames HIeinze and H. Coller, both of iewhom were unavoidably absent.
CRICKET ELTHAM DISTRICT ASSOCIATION ST. MARY'S WIN PREMIERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
CRICKET ELTHAM DISTRICT ASSOCIATION ST. MARY'S WIN PREMIERSHIP Defeating Eltham by' five wickets last Saturday, St. Mary's won the premiership of the Eltham District Association in a three-day match at Montmorency. ST. MARY'S, First innings-F. Brolan c b HI. Butherway 12; J Egan b W Allen 4; R. LeBrocq c b W. Allen 0; G. LeBrocq c b C. Allen 13; G. Crowe stp. b T. Butherway 58; G. Cresp b H. Butherway 4; R Pike, hit wkt. b J. Butherway 14; J. Mor rison c b H. Butherway 42; K. Pike, run cut 0; M. LeBrocq not out 30; W. Ives c b H. Butherway 31; Sun dries 17; Total 225. Second Innings -F. Brolan c b C. Allen 23; R. Le Brocq b J. Butherway 5; G. LeBrocq lbw. b H. Butherway 13; G Crowe, c b T. Butherway 24; R. Pike not out 7; J. Morrison c b C. Allen 0; M. Le Brocq, not out 0; Sundries 13; Total 5/85. Bowling: W. Allen 2/15 and 0/17; H. Butherway 4/70 and 1/23; C. Allen 1/51 and 2/2; J. Butherway 1/27 and 1/18; T. Butherway 1/21 and 1/12. MONTMORENCY, First Innings -T. Butherway stp. b ...
PANTON HILL ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
PANTON HILL ASSOCIATION The final meeting of the 1939 dele gates to the Panton Hill Football As sociation preceded the inaugural meeting for 1940 at Panton Hill on Thursday night of last week. At the first meeting delegates of the three clubs which formed the As 3ociation soon disposed of the busi ness. .A credit balance of £13 was disclosed, and it was decided to dis burse £2/10/ of this sum to each of the three clubs, Panton Hill, 'King !ake and Hunstbridge. Delegates from Whittlesea and Mernda (Plenty 'Rovers) joined in the seccnd meeting, and this year these teams will play with this association instead of the Diamond Valley As sociation. This change will add far more interest to the Panton Hill As sociation's matches this season. The constitution of the Association was revised, and it was decided to play three rounds of home and home n?atches, the first of which will begin on May 11. Following is the draw for the first day's play: Kinglake v Whittlesea: Panton Hill v Plenty Rov...
EPPING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
EPPING CLUB The annual meeting of the Epping Football Club was held in the Shire Hall on Monday, and was well attend ed. The balance sheet showed re ceipts £7/0/7 and it was decided to again join the Diamond Valley As sociation. The election of office-bearers re sulted: President, Msr J. Bunting; secretary, Mr. A. Shallard; treasurer, Mrs. O. Rose; vice-presidents. Messrs E. J. Dea, H. Shaw. B. McCormack, A. Wuchatsch. J. Cliff, H. O. White, J. Long, J. Rose, D. Scott sen; com mittee, Messrs R. A. Smith, S Rose, J. Brazil, P. Worn, E. Worthington, J. Pratt; delegates, Messrs J. Brazil, E. Worthington, O. Rose, T. Dea, time-keepers, Messrs R. A. Smith and P. Worn; goal umpires, Messrs J. Pratt and F. Rose. Members tickets Tentlemon 5/; ladies 2/6;' juniors (under 18) 2/6. All players are asked to communi cate with- the secretary as soon as nossible. The first match starts on Saturday, May 4. The club expects another success ful season as there is a lot of young talent availab:c.
TENNIS GREENSBOROUGH ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
TENNIS GREENSBOROUGH ANNUAL ME.ETING A very satisfactory position was revealed by the balance sheet of the Greensborough Tennis Club present ed to the annual meeting held at the Kiosk on Monday night. The club began the year with a credit balance of £12 and finished it with a balance of £40. It was decided to enter the Eltham District Association's winter compet ition, and four teams will probably represent Greensborough this sea Son.. The following office-bearers were elected: President, Mr. A. Yandell; vice-presidents, Messrs J. Medhurst, C. Thorn; hon. secretary, Mr. G. J. Gilberg; assistant secretary, Miss E. Spencer. Delegates to the Association are Messrs Gilberg and Thorn, and they will attend the annual meeting of the Association next Monday night.
PANTON HILL CLUB MEETS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
PANTON HILL CLUB MEETS The annual meeting of the Panton Hill Club had an enthusiastic attend ance of members last Tuesday night. It was decided to enter a team in the Panton Hill Association Competition. A debit balance of £2 was disclos ed by the balance sheet. In view of the heavy expenditure last year, this is a particularly good position. Election of officers resulted: Presi dent, Mr. G. Rankin; vice-president, Mr. S. Cracknell; secretary and treas urer, Mr. K. McKenzie. A srong committee was appoint ed as well as a social committee to help in raising funds for the club.
Eltham Court ICE-CREAM STOLEN Four Men Convicted And Fined [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
Eltham Court ICE-CREAM STOLEN Four Men Convicted And Fined TWO men appeared before Elthani Court on Wednesday charged with the larceny of a .four gallon tin of ice-cream and eight bottles of soft drink, the property of Mrs. Ellen a3ed ford, on March 24. -On the. previous Wednesday. two others had appeared on. a similar charge.. All were con victed and fined £5. A. fifth person was dealt .with by the.. Children's Court. The defendants .were: Ernest Pot ter, of Yarraville, a: member- of the A.I.F.;. Frederick . Mullins, -.Lower Plenty; Frank West, of- Rattray Road, Montmorency; and Russell West, of the same address.. Evidence was given by Raymond Harrison, of North Fitzroy that on the night of March 23 he was assist ing Mrs. Bedford in her shop. When he closed the shop at 8.30 p.m. there was a four gallon tin of ice-cream and some soft drinks in a cabinet on the verandah of hle prelmises. Harrison said that at 1.15 a.m. on March 24 he was awakened by a noise and on making investigatio...
SPORTING ACTIVITIES FOOTBALL DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING AND DRAW FOR MAY 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 19 April 1940
SPORTING ACTIVITIES FOOTBALL a DIAMOND VALLEY ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING AND DRAW FOR MAY 4 The annual meeting of the Dia mond Valley Association was held at Greensborough on Wednesday night, when it was decided to hold the first round of matches on May 4. Clubs which affiliated with the Diamond Valley Association this year are Eltham, Greensborough. Epping, I Diamond Creek, Montmorency and Heidelberg. Clearances were granted to the Whittlesea and Pelnty Rovers Clubs to join the Panton Hill As-ociation. The election of officer-bearers re sulted as follows: President, Mr. S. Kirkland; secretary and treasurer, Mr. W. S. Laurie; vice-presidents, Messrs W. Walker, A. Clarke, :W. Mills, H. Rolfs, A. Gosstray; audit ors, Messrs Santon and Bradbury; delegates to attend meetings of the Victorian Football Union, Messrs G. LeBrocq and M. Carse. The draw for the opening round is: Epping v Diaimond Creek Juniors; Grecnsborough v Eltham; Heidel berg v Montmorency. Play will be on the grounds of ...