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ELTHAM NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
ELTHAM NOTES (By "Peg-Leg.") Selectors will have a hard job to pick the team for the first' matche against Greensborough on Saturday: Sonme of the young players show ex cellent form and will have to be. con sidered. Old players and new turned up in droves last Sunday morning. Coach B. Hart put them through a thorough test. A practice match was held and much keenness was shown. T. Butherway, A. Parsons, D. Scott LeBrocq, Blundell, Lowerson a d W. Ives were all in top form-not to mention many others. Trainer Burges is keeping players in first class condition. Many spectators were there, which indicates that even others are keen to know how things will fare this year.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
ANNUAL BALL Research Combined Churches In the RESEARCH HALL ON FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1940 EUCHRE IN THE CHURCH HALL GOOD PRIZES Excellent Music. Good Supper. 'GOOD PRIZES Proceed§ towards Church of England and Roman Catholic ?Church - Funds. ADM I.SSION 2/6 A. BRINKKOTTER, Hon. Sec. M:R-. W. RAYMOND Has taken over the Management of the A ELTHAM HOTEL And hopes for a continuation of the Patronage extended to Mr. Walsh in the past. SEXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION AVAILABLE. .! ? , MEALS AT ALL HOURS . LIQUOR SERVED WITH MEALS TILL 8 p.m. I When ordering SOFT DRINKS, Insist on -. '. i BARRE TT'S -"YOUR SURETY OF PURITY" - I Obtainable in Your District 529 Rae St. Nth. Fitzroy. Phones JW 1151-2 i EAT AND ENJOY THE BEST - IT COSTS NO MORE ! ROBINSON & POWER'S (GREENSBOROUGH) Milk-Made Bread KEEPS BETTER - CUTS BETTER - TASTES BETTER Try A Loaf To-day -- It's Good Daily Delivery In (Greensborough, Montmorency, Briar Hill, Ynrramnbat 'PHONE. GREENSBOROUGCH GG / ný..irwrw nw0w u~ -rno o w ný.".....
MEASUREMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
MEASUREMENTS Length from top of should4r ....... 196 ins. Width all round at under-arm ....... ... 32 ins. Length. ofsleeve from under-arm .. .... 18 ins. STENSION To get these measurements it: is absolutely nec essary to work at a tension: to produce 71.. stitches .to the inch. THE BACK.-Using the C. ey Wool and two no. 10 Needles, cast on 1136 stitches. 1st row.--*K.1, P.1, repeat 'from * to the -last 2 stitches, K.2. Repeat tl;is: row three times. 5tli row.-K.2 tog., knit pa in to last 2 stitches, K1.2 tog. ---- -- Oth row.-K.1, purl to :.the last stitch, K.1. Join: in the .Red Wool. The stripes are worked in tho following, order and they "are repeated throughout:-2 rows Red, .1 rows Grey, 2 rows Blue, 7 rows Grey, 5 rows \'ellow, 1 row Grey, 1 rodw Red,. 2.rows Grey, 4 rows Green, 2 rows Grey, 1 row blue and S r )ws Grey. Keeping the continuity of the tEtripes, work in plain smooth fabric, dccreasing once at each end of the needle in the 5th and every following 6th row, until 10...
Whittlesea BICYCLE OWNER WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
Whittlesea BICYCLE OWNER WANTED First Constable L. J. Plier is seek ing the owner of a red enamelled bi cycle which was recovered from tlhe bush near Kinglake West on April 23. It had been abandoned some w(eek., previously. Tile bicycle is at Whittle sea Police Station and the owner may examine it there. COMUS DRAMATIC PLAYERS To assist the funds of the Whitle sea Swimming Pool, the Comus Play ers will,' it is anticipated, , present a drama?tic play in Whittlesea during June. This Information was conv'eyed to they.secretary of the Ratepayers' and Residents' League, Mrs. McKen drick, in a letter from Mr. F. McNab. Mr. McNab said that it was desired to stage the play at Ascot Vale dur' Ing May. PROGRESSIVE EUCHRE FOR POOL Eighty-four entries have been re. ceived for the progressive euchre tour ney in aid of the Swimming Pool which will begin to-morrow night. Those who desire to enter the tourney are "'.1 t, communicate with Mrs. Mc Kendrick immediately. The entry fee is 1/-. SCHOOL CO...
Wollert Branch C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
Wollert Branch C.W.A. The brailch held its monthly, meet ing on Wednesday afternoon,- when \Irs. Carr (president) presided over! i good attendance of mnembers and visiting memibers fro:m :Caniberwell, Ielidelbierg, St. Kilda and Whittlesea. -in all thgre were 120 ladies present. lilrs: Hicken, State President, and 'Mrs. Manson, State Vice-President, mId all visitors.were welcomed by \l'r. Carr. Mrs. Hicken, Mrs. Man ion, Mrs, 'Caliiplell .of Whittlesea were )resented with flowers Mrs. Laun read a satisfactory ifinan :ial statement in connection with the .ecent euchre party and dance. Mrs. -Iicken congratulated the branch on ts fine effort and also thanked all or inviting her to the meeting. A ompetition for the best article made room a yard of cretonne was woh by Aiss Mann. Mrs.. Campbell, of Whit lesea, and Mrs. Bell, of Camberwell, ,cted as judges. There were several ,ntries and the judges had a difficult ask of selecting the winning one. Good business was done on the mar :et stal...
Eltham Younger Set Plans [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
Eltham Younger Set Plans An enthusiastic meeting of the Elthamn Younger Set was held at the lilthatn Hall on Monday night when new -members were enrolled. Satisfaction was expressed with th,, success of the social evening for meum bers and their friends which was held at the Hail on the previous Tuesday and it was decided to hold another .;ocial at the liome of CouncillOr and Mrs. And',ew ont WVednescay, May 15. In response to a number of requtests, the ,Yotinger Set decided to hold an tlheit, ball ;on Ftriday evening, June 21, and`. those whlo enjoyed the suc ness .of the first function held at the -rnd of March- ati'eadvised to nma'ke i lote: of this date. Furthei activities pIlanned are a :omblined .danlce, to be hield in con i;uctioun w ith_ tile :Elthani :auxiliary Sf the Austin .Hosbpital. vhilch, it is 'nticipated, _'will take place during Itily.
NAZI MOTHERS DISPLEASED [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
NAZI MOTHERS DISPLEASED The decree ordering service in the Hitler Yotith to be compulsory as from April 20 is apparently not popuI lar with Nazi mothers. The following placatory broadcast indicates the .situation: "A mother has complained that children have to. take part on the Hitler Youth ser vice in war time. "The -youth of the cduntry must take .its share of war worlk.on the home front. Many mothers may not be pleased at the. demands now being made on youth, such as boys return ing home' tired in the evenings and then having to go out to Hitler Youth meetings. :"We hope :though that parents' will, realise the significance of the Hitler Youth schooling in- war. We hope that you niothers will no longer have any doubts about the'desirability of this Hitler Youth leadership." It looks as though some mothers were courageous enough to give the Nazis some of the rough side of their tongues.
Hurstbridge Water Scheme HEIDELBERG REFUSES REQUEST [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
'Hurstbridge Water Scheme HEIDELBERG REFUSES:. REQUEST After receiving a report from .the City Engineer of Heidelberg, the Hei .delberg Council 'has decided .to, re fuse to. allow the water, to' be Con tinned from its present main "where it ends atDiamond Cheek into :Hurst; bridge; as wall requested byr tlie Elit .ham Council recently. . In his report' the Engineer istated that the extension would take pres-. sure from Heidelberg's own consum ers; particularly if. a pumping station were installed. The Installation-of a pumping sta tion would be necessary to provide an adequate water supply in Hurstbridge from the Heidelberg Council's pipes.
Panton Hill SOLDIERS PLAY TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
:Panton Hill SOLDIERS PLAY TENNIS Members of the Returned Soldiers lub engaged District Militia Reser ,ists, in a tennis match on April 20, mnd were victorious by a fair margin )f games.: The match was consider !d by the veterans to ble good practice !oi- their annual championship singles :ournament which will be played on :he Panton Hill court to-morrow, (May 4) commencing at 2.30 p.m. The torphy will he donated by Mr W. Partis (Hurstbridge). It is ex ,ected that eight or more diggers will .ompete Mr. H. Beaton is the present holder of the title, and his Corm suggests that he will retain the :hampionship if the handicapper does lot deal too harshly with him.
Kinglake CRICKET BALL [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
Kinglake CRICKET BALL A brilliant function took place in the Kinglake Hall last Saturday when the Kinglake Cricket club held their annual ball. The hall was beautifully decorated in the club col ors of green and gold, the stage be ing massed with gum leaves and ferns. Music was supplied by the band, and was much appreciated by the large gathering. Mr. J. Upton acted as M.C. in his usual capable manner. During an interval the presenta tiOn of trophies was made by the President (Mr. J. McMahon), For ')est bowling Mr. S. Reeves received t silver cup donated by Mr. II. Price of Kinglake Hotel. The batting trophy, a silver cup donated by Mr. I. J. McMahon, was won by Mr. T P. McMahon, and as a mark of ap oreciation for good service a pres :ntation of a silver sugar basin wa, made to Mrs. MrcMinn and a clocl was given t0 Miss D. Thomson. The 10/ note competition, donate.' by Mr. J. Exton, was won by Mr. J Reeves. The Monte Carlo dance was won by Lyle Bayliss and the 'ucky cap went to Joan...
Clearing, Furniture Sales Conducted [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
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 500ac. Croydon Market Agencies: Alston's Windmills, Troughs, Pumps; Joyce and Co. Coolers and Milk Cans; British Mach. Co.'s Winches, Scoops. Ohevrolet Cars, Trucks; Buick Cars; fohn Dere 'l'ractors, Orchard, etc.; ,hitchell and Co's Farm Machinery; 'Astor & Tlanekstone Engines, 1-50 h.l.; iblrll ins' I?tv. IIillside Disc Ploughs; :4rriers., lrovers, 'll. C'don 45; I teo. 76. l:i'y T 'I ns -marra nged on Agencies.
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
CROYDON MARKET Cattle, Pig, Sheep, Poultry Sales Croydon Market Each-Ionday, 11 a.m. Best Melb. Country Buyers attending. Croydon Flridays-Furniture & Stalls EIealesville 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.
THE MARKETS Croydon Report [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
THE MARKETS Croydon Report An extra good sale of fat cattle porkers and poultry took piac-; on Monday. Milking cows to 1:.'10/' heifers, £12/10/; springir c'w, s_ to .£11/10/; heifers, £10/12/6; bacR.k ward £9/12/6; yearling heifers, .£6/10/: poddies to 80/; store cows. £7/15/; plain L.W. bullocks £13; fat cows, £12; heifers, £10/5/; beefy cows £10/5/; choppers, '"£7/10/; crackers, £5/15/; dairy bulls, small £6. Calves selling well, large vealers, £9; small £6/10/; calves 80/;" sinll to 30/; lightweight up to 14/. pigs-A great sale or porkers, heav ies to 71/; med 60/; light 48/; kill able 42/; light b'aconers 80/; chop ping sows, 78/6; sows; 74/; stores 36/; slips 27/; suckers to 20/. Sheep.-Lambs 26/; F.M. ewes 22/: 4 tooth wethers 27/; full mouth to 24/. Poultry-Best lirices in Victorla- Cockerels 10/, 15/6; fat hens 10/3; W. hens, 6/7; X hens 10/ :TV. pullets, 12/6; stags, 8/; chickens to 6/; drale lings 13/; ducklings 8/6; ducks 7/; duck and ducklings 11/. Horses.-?A few inquir...
Glen Vale CRICKET CLUB CELEBRATES [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
CRICKET, CLUB: CELEBRATES '. Mehilbers ofithe Glen Valce Ciricket 1ubS met at!the".hoiie of Mlirand=Mrs SBaicilay- oil Saturday evening.: to -'elebrate?thle winninig of their third Jreniership. Severaln guests were .lso invited. The Pesident of lthe Clib (Coun 'illor - Bajlharrie) occupied the chair :nd :welcomed: the guests, while the inusical! programme awas .in the 'hands'`i -:: of i)lr;'V. .;Disney. Items cie rendered by. th: foi lowing: :;Mi . J. Wi ight, ,violiin solo " and :song; Mr. Alf Blair, song;: Mi. . I . Rodgers,': mouthli orgran: solo,`; Mi::: . Lesi -Harpei?' song, Mr. Winward, :codrdeon solo, Messtss J Periii anld..,. iBlaii, 'duet; Mr. SamniCurninghamn, ong, Mr: '1 Parker song. Conlunun: ty sirging, was also held withlir . 4W Disney at the piano.. Mr. and M;Is. iaiclay provided a spliendid, sippeiI ;o which all: pisent did' jUstide:l The: celebrations closed shortly aft'er:' nid night and every.body i,:went :.home.' thoroughly 'satisfied with the0 day's, results, a...
ANZAC DAY [Newspaper Article] — Eltham and Whittlesea Shires Advertiser — 3 May 1940
ANZAC DAY Anzac Day was very fittingly cele -brated by. the scholars :iand' teachers on:,the? afternoon of Wednesday. It wvas ;egretted- that Mr' F. Young, a ireturiidd soldieir, could not deliver an address'thriough pressure of work. In his absence the Head Teacher carried onn. Beautiful wreaths were brought .by Masters Jack and Ray Higginson and Miss Mona Higginson (both arti ficial and magnificent), Geoffrey and Keith Collins, Sylvia Warren, William Coles, -::Keith`: Stevens, Reg Brooks, Morva. Sanders. The names of the Honour Board were read through and a nminute's: silence observed. "The central thought was "Anzac, Anzac, long: live that glor, A ious hname!y Anzac, Anzac, that's where they play. ea:1 the game "