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A.I.F.'s Domestic Organisation MEN WHO KEEP THE WHEELS TURNING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
A.I.F.'s Domestic Organisation MEN WHO KEEP THE WHEELS TURNING (From Ian G. Fitchett, Acting Official Correspondent with the A.I.F. By Air Mail.) k With the complete acclimatisation of the Australian unit in Palestine the purely "domestic" organisations of each particular unit are going along smoothly. The cooks are the most publicised of the men who keep the inner wheels I moving, but there are many other r tradesmen in a unit whose work is very necessary. Let us take the case of the regi mental cobblers. Before we left Australia these jobs had been filled, but the facilities were not available for them to work continuously. How ever, this situation was rapidly dealt ( with on arrival here, and now there is a cobbler's shop in every unit. -t BUSY MEN In one I visited yesterday the bootmaker told me that he and his assistant had averaged sixteen jobs a day for the last six weeks. Excellent supplies of first grade Australian sole leather are available. Most of the jobs consist of hal...
German Lack Of Petrol HOME PRODUCTION IMPOSSIBLE [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
German Lack Of Petrol HOME PRODUCTION. IMPOSSIBLE As the war intensifies the question of Germany's lack' of- petrol again arises. In peace time Germany used be tween 6,000,000 and 7,000,000 tons a year, but German experts have computed that in war time she would need at least between 15,000.000 and 20,000,000 tons a year. Germany's petrol production before the war was about 2,000,000 tons a year, three-quarters of which was made from coal. As it takes four Ind a half tons of coal to produce one ton of patrol, the difficulties that Germany would have to face in in creasing her petrol output become ap parent. WOULD ABSORB ALL COAL Germany has a surplus of coal - ,he produces 200,000,000 tons a year -but she must export about one quarter of her production to pay for foodstuffs and other imports. Further, to produce her full petrol 'equirements from coal would need an increase of coal production by at east 50 per cent and the complete absorption of that output. Another reason why German...
DANGEROUS CORNER TO BE IMPROVED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
DANGEROUS OCORNER TO BE IMPROVED: Following negotiatiionslbetween the .Heidelberg City Coiiicil aind the Office of : Titles, advice has .been:; rieceived that the - trinsfer to4lthe : Council of :20 feet of land .offered by: Mrs. H. Sinclair: his", been comipleted. The gift: of .thlie:land was made by MrIe. Sinclafii to 0enable the Counicil to i:rmove adailagerois -coiner on. Cemo tey. Road, -.Dianioid .Creek,; and the kioi'k will 1begin in the very near fu ture.
REPAIRS TO ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
REPAIRS TO ROADS :Now tlblt ,the wearther :ihas broken the Heidelberg Council initeindis to:. plo ceed ':itli: repafis . to a.ind' m:nietalling rdnis in :thle Dilniond Cireek aind Gi eeiisboroiugh areas.;: - :Durinig the diry weatheri this woirk taiiiot be: cairied :out lecause the metal gets thrown out of the pot holes by passing traffic. .:; ' . The footpath .in Chute Street from Mrs.: Kidd's to -'the. blacksnith's sliol will now be-dolne; - ,* .
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
* THE MARKETS Croydon Report Croydon Market reports that on Monday all classes of cattle and butchers' requirements were selling well. Milking cows, fair quality, £13; heifers £12; springing cows, £12/2/6; heifers .'11/5/; backward £9/15/; yearling heifers £5/10.'; poddies 90/; line of store cows £6/4; prime bullocks £17/15/; L.W. to £15; cows £12; heifers £11/10/; beefy cows £10; choppers £7/5'; crackers £6; dairy bulls, small £6/5. Calves. - Large vealers £8/10/; ?small £06; calves 91/; small to 28/; lightweights to 12/. Pigs. - Very firm. Porkers 68/; medium 58/; light 46/; killable to 42/; baconers, light 80/; sows £4/11/; stores 35/; slips 26/; suck= ers to 21/. Sheep. - Firm, with big attend ance buyers. Shorn lambs 25/; fuli mouth ewes 23/; wethers 23/6; rams 24/. i Poultry. - Big yarding, prices on the rise. Cockerels 11./6; cock chick eh~i 9/3; chickens 6/5; hens 10/2; SW. hens 6/3; cockerels' 7/2; pullets 9/; stags 7/; chicks 3/6; drakelings 11/; ducklings 7/3; ducks 6/6. ...
Kinglake GENERAL NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
Kinglake GENERAL NEWS At a meeting of- the Kinglake Branch of the Red Cross Emergency Company and Australian Comfort fund, it wa, decided to purchase wool to knit for the Navy and A.I.F., and also to send £4 in cash to be used for comforts for the Navy. The Company will hold a dance on May. 18. Stamps, car stickers and paper wrappers can be obtained from the Superintendent or Secretary. William Thomson and Joan Sheridan have been elected joint secretaries of the Junior Red Cross. A dance will be held in aid of the Children's Hospital on May 1.1. The lads are all showing great in terest in football this year, and they hope to field a good side against Whittlesea in the first game of the season
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 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 GleU 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,_, Daliy IUtensils, Galv. Iron, Sundries. Top Prices Assured. Clearling, Furniture Sales Conducted Valuations, Probate and Mortgages. All Classes.of Insurance Effected. Allan Brown, Auctioneer, Proprietor. Real Estate and Business Agent, Live St.cek and Farm Salesman. Farms for Sale-10ac. to 500ac. 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; John Dere Tractors, Orchard, etc.; ,+itehell and Co's Farm Machinery; Iister &...
Mernda WEDDING PRESENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
Mernda WEDDING PRESENTATION - Mernda Tennis Club held a social evening in the Mechanics. Institute last week in honour of Mr. Ron Col lins of Doreen, and Miss Edith Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Smith of Mernda, who are to be married at Thornbury to-morrow. About 100 people attended -dnd danced to music provided by the Whittlesca Mouth Organ Band, and during the evening the young couple were presented with a set of ca'rvers.
GOLF GREENSBOROUGH GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
GOLF GREENSBOROUGH. GOLF. Last Saturday a 12-hole stroke competition was conducted. Results: Men: H.\Carse (20) 42;: T. North. (14) 44; P. Cooper (24) 45; A. J. Hill (4) 49; F. Walker (15i) 50; T. Westhorp (24) 50;; W. Balsillie (24) 53; J. Gilberg (18) 55;'. L:. Mason (24) 64. Ladies: Mrs. Mason (25)' 45; Mrs. Carse (19) 48; Mrs. French (17) 53; Mrs. Hill -(22) "56; Mrs. Walker (20) 62; Miss Ladd. (25) 63; Mrs. D. Harris (25) 65. The election of office-bearers for the ensuing year resulted: Presi dent, Mr. A. J. Hill; secretary, Mr. W. Balsillie; -Committee, Messrs A. J, Hill, A. Wyatt, H. Carse, Wes thorp and R. Easton. On Tuesday evening the Golf Club held a euchre party in the Masonic Hall, the prizes being won by Mr. H. Carse and Mrs. Rolfs.
CYCLING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
CYC.L ING The second event conducted by the WhittleBea Amateur Cycling Club took place last Saturday over a 16-mile course twice around the Milky Lane. L. Roberts of Flowerdale, who won the first event a fortnight before, again took the trophy, which on this occasion was donated by Mr. C Clancy. Roberts rode off three min utes. N. Woods (3 mins.) A. Baird (4 minis.) were placed, whilst the fastest time was gained by L. Mit chell off 1" mins, his time being 45 minutes 15 seconds. To-morrow the club will conduct a 20-mile race to the South Morang Hotel and back again.
DIAMOND CREEK v Y.M.C.A. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
DIAMOND CREEK v Y.M.C.A. Although the Diamond Creek Jun iors inflicted an overwhelming defeat on th, Y.M.C.A. team in a. social match last Saturday held as a pre !iminary to the opening of the s'a ton next Saturday, the play was in clined to be rather ragged. Instead of players concentrating on team work. this was notable *by its absence, and most players seemed more interested in individual efforts. The final scores were: Diamond Creek, 15 goals 17 behinds; Y.M.C.A. 5 goals 9 behinds.
E.D.T.A. MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
E.D.T.A. MEETING Eltham District Tennis Association delegates met on Monday and decid ed to begin the winter competition on May 11. Representatives of Greensborough, Diamond Creek, El tham, Eltham Central, Montmorency and Wattle' Glen were in attendance. The election of officers resulted: President, Mr. A. Yandell; treasurer, Mr. K. Yandell; secretary, Mr. F Reid. During the evening the President presented the shields won in the summer competition to Mr. Gilberg, representing Greensborough in.,the A Grade, and Councillor Clarke, rep resenting Wattle Glen in the B Grade.
IMPERIALS' PREMIERSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
IMPERIALS' PREMIERSHIP For the first time since entering the competition, Hurstbridge Imper ials won the premiership last Satur day by defeating Hurstbridge in a match which extended over five days. Congratulations are being extended 'o the Imperials on their victory, which gives them the new shield pre :ented to the Association by Coun cillor McLellan and Mr. W. Partis for annual competition. A very fine performance was made by H. Verso of Imperials. His total for both innings was 120 runs, while in the first innings he carried his bat to the last wicket. The scores were: Imperials, First Innings 187; Second Innings 220; Hurstbridge, First Innings. 134; Sec ond Innings 136.
CRICKET WHITTLESEA DISTRICT FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
CRICKET WHITTLESEA DISTRICT FINAL The final match of the Whittlesea Cricket Association was commenced at Eden Park on Saturday, April 13. The weather was dull, and a cold south wind was blowing. The com peting teams were South Morang and Glen Vale. J. Barnes, captain of South Morang won the toss from N. Armstrong, and decided to bat. Scores: South Miorang, First Innings - J Barnes 2; G. Kennedy 31; L. Lewis 8: G. Hirt 6; T. Benson 4; R. Jukes 15; C. Randle .9; G. Junor 13; H. Hirt 7,; T. Roach 2; W. Jukes not out 7; Sundries 10.; Total 112. Bowl ing: T. Draper 3/24, N. Armstrong 3/25, A. Barclay 4/48. An appeal against the light was up held on the first day when South Morang had lost 9/109. The match was continued on Sat urday, April 20, and when only 3 runs had been added, Morang's last wicket fell with the total 112. Glen Vale opened their innings in oerfect weather and runs came freely and before long were quickly over taking theisl opponents' score, and. their innings finished i...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
DEATH GREENE-On April 20 suddenly at Penshurst, Doris May, dearly loved wife of J. Greene, loving daughter of Mary McKee, Hurstbridge, sister of Myrtle (Mrs. R. .J. Lorimer, Wattle Glen), Harold, Leslie and Ormond Fly, also Herbert McKee, aged 34 years. BEREAVEMENT THE relatives of the late Mr. Arthur Orchard (Kinglake) desire to THANK his many friends for their kindness and thoughtfulness during his illness-also for beautiful floral tributes, letters, cards, and Personal expressions of sympathy. Will all please accept our sincere thanks. IN MEMORIAM COLVIN-In loving memory of our - beloved son Charlie, accidentally killed on April 9, 1939. Hearts that loved you never forget; in memory you are with us yet. -Inserted by his loving mother -and step father, Mr. and: Mrs. Howard, Panton Hill.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 26 April 1940
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