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Camperdown Chronicle (Newspaper) - July 23, 1938, Camperdown, Victoria National Library of Australia ladies benevolent society a Fine record of achievement reviewed at annual meeting Phe Fine record of achievement during the past year of i the ladies benevolent society at Camperdown was reviewed at the annual meeting on monday afternoon. The ladies who give their services voluntarily and Buncom Plain ugly to this worthy cause Are numbered among the Many charitable workers in our midst who do Good by stealth and consequently their Fine work is very Apt to be Over looked. I. Has 10 Volvo deep into the a import a modest resume in i with the traditions of Bene 1 a irk a vain a Conception of i much Relief and happiness i society has radiated during the i \., to those whom misfortune has hid by Tho Wayside. Tho line record of mrs. L. J. Greene Wii i 24 years service reference to whose Farewell last year is made in Lluc report is typical of the spirit of like voluntary service which is the Putin Sony of the movement. Annual report Ali annual report which was pre a trip by the honorary Secretary mrs. I Romi. And which Speaks for its if. Was As follows have to report that during the Ivvlve months ended june 30, 1935. Vv have assisted 98 men. Four women i i a tour children being unemployed pople passing through the town. The iss j. La Nee Given was mostly second hand clothing boots Tea Ugto meals and Beds in a few cases and in v railway fares for men to go to i h a i al in Melbourne and Warr Pani Bool. Twelve local families received help during the year and one ? a Oman received continuous help the i assistance provided being groceries. Loi Hins. Boots Wood Medicine Medil attendance in one Case and one train Tare to Melbourne. During the year private donations received amounted to �4 10/ which with the proceeds from Morrison s pay. Ltd. Annual Ball �20 19/10 lamp Dan Shire Grant. �10 Central Council. Victorian benevolent Socie lies. C 12, 2 and Camperdown Junior let Cross. 10/. Made a total of �37 11 in. Expenditure for Relief amounted to sch 12/2, and for administration al 11/11. This latter amount be Inu made up As follows affiliation Lee cd 1/. And Petty Cash for stationery postage and duty Stamps 1011. At the dose of the yearly account n 50th june. Iji3b, we credit balance at the National Bank was �9 s/6, and at the state savings Bank �25 8/3, making a total credit of �34 16/9. At Christmas Twenty two 22 families received gifts to help make this a happier and brighter time for them. These gifts consisted of parcels containing tinned fruit sugar Jam and a joint of meat together with a Xmas cake for each family. The parcels were distributed by the president miss Mcmahon and Hon. Secre tary mrs. Proud. In All cases the gifts seemed to be very much appreciated. Valuable assistance was Given by the Apex club in the delivery of parcels As they were also distributing toys Etc., to children in Homes where circumstances did not permit the buying of toys. The need of help for local families was not so great this year As in the past As there was More work Avail Able. The assistance Given was mostly in Homes where there was ill Ness and the wage earner unable to work. Our thanks Are due to the following for donations of Cash messes mor Rison s pay. Ltd., Hampden Shire Council. Camperdown Junior red Cross. Mrs w. R. Henderson mrs Fordham mrs Desailly mrs s. A. Erred and Fiss Morrison. For Xmas cheer gifts messes Madden bros., and or j. T. Mcmahon each Donat ing a sheep mrs Gavan Duffy miss Mcmahon mrs Vettenhall and mrs proud. During the year potatoes and vegetables were Given by messes Home Bros and or s. A. Erred whilst parcels of secondhand clothing j Jam dripping soap Etc., were received from members and others. We were sorry to receive the resignation of two members mrs i Greene and mrs Moore on their departure from the District. Mrs Greene had been a member for al most 24 years and during that time took a keen interest in the society mrs Moore was Hori. Secretary of the society for some 1 time and gave a great Deal of valuable Serviceduring her period of office. The members of this society joined with other organisations in giving a Farewell and presentation party to mrs Greene and mrs Moore before their de parture. We Are grateful to the mechanics committee for the use of a room for meetings to the chronicle for. And Verti sentient of same and to or a. C. J Mcqualter for auditing the books of the society. Mrs Desailly continues to represent our Branch on the Cen trial Council of benevolent societies and we greatly appreciate her continued help and interest. Delegate re elected. Mrs Desailly was re elected As Branch Delegate on the Central coun cil of the victorian benevolent society. Members salaries proposed increase. Premier reticent. An unsuccessful attempt to draw a statement from the Premier on the proposed increase in parliamentary salaries was made on wednesday in the legislative Assembly by or. Lamb Ucp recalling that the allowances of the Premier and the Leader of the opposition had been in creased during the recess or. Lamb asked the Premier if he intended to increase parliamentary allowances bearing in mind that it was necessary for All parties to he consulted in the matter. When the Premier made no answer or. Lamb added you will have to re member that the Public assesses us at our own the minister for water Supply or. Old perhaps we should he paid by results. Mir. Hollo Way Uap the minister is making a serious admission. Manufacturers Are perturbed at Tho implications contained in the White paper giving results of the London Trade talks. While the prime minis Ter says the statement should be Wel come industrialists declare it is most Cowley s Creek Accident to cyclist when or. G. Hoffman of Parratte North was cycling Home from Tim Boon the machine skidded and the rider was thrown heavily on to the Metal he sustained such injuries that he has Ever since been an in mate of the Warrnambool Hospital. And it is expected that he will not he Well enough to return Home for a week or two. Tree Felling demonstration there was a Large gathering of District Farmers at the property of or. George Powell on monday to witness a demonstration of Felling Trees by motor saw. The Trees were Cut off level with the ground and the performance was favourably commented on by those assembled. At least one order for a machine was placed with the agents. Severe frosts the succession of severe frosts although followed by warm sunny Days Are not beneficial to grass Pas Tures or Early sown crops. This is considered to be the coldest Winter experienced in the Forest country for the past 20 years and the change is believed to be the result of so much Timber being Cut away in recent years. Most degrading Stork Derby idea condemned. This is the most degrading thins i and other women have Ever heard mrs Weber Dud declared on wednesday in the legislative Assembly on the adjournment motion to discuss the railway ban on per ambulatory re Ferring to the suggestions made in new South Wales that a Stork Der by should he instituted. Mrs Weber said that what women wanted were better facilities for them selves and their children not prizes. Or Holland lab do you know that the birth rate in new zealand has increased following the introduction of the Shorter working week and the increase in the Basic wage laugh Ter. Cobden crazy whist evening the finish of a series of three crazy whist evenings in Aid of the cob Len Golf club was held in the Home of or. And mrs. D. Wedge on wednesday evening july 20. A most delightful evening was spent by All who attended. The prize for the highest aggregate score was won by mrs. And miss Cameron who tied for first place i s. F. Clarke of Tanda Rook. Was the Winner of the Consolation prize which was donated by mrs. Leo. Thompson. Amongst those present were Mes d. Cameron a. Glendenning. L. Simpkin l. Grant. A. Kennan. R. Rix e. Quiney b. Bates c. Spall w. Mcconathy Mitchell f. Clarke n Giles misses s. Bourton m. Clinging j. Paul i. Fahey p. Webb b. Simp Kin and m. Cameron. Messes. B. Bates f. Allen c. Mills m. Roberts. P. Lynch w. Clinging n. Clarke n. Giles l. Webb. A delightful supper was served by the ladies committee. Vlf. Roberts Secretary of the Golf club apologised for the absence of the president and thanked or. And mrs. Wedge for the use of their Home. Also the other associates who so kindly helped to. Make these even Ings such a Success. Or. Roberts remarks were supported by or. Bates and or. Clinging. Or. Wedge responded on behalf of mrs. Wedge and himself and said that Oljey were Only too pleased to do i anything to help the club along and he was so glad that the evenings had j been such a Success. The prizes were then presented by or. Roberts to mrs. F. Clarke and to prs. And miss Cameron who kindly donated their prize Back to the Golf funds. As a result of the crazy whist evenings the Golf club will Benefit to the extent of �7. Dentistry in Public health. Its importance stressed need for education in schools the pointed references made by mrs. M. G. Mcnaughton i president of the Federated mothers club sat the Ujj recent mothers club meeting at Camperdown to the Campaign for free dental treatment in victorian schools gives Point to the following interesting article by or. W. F. Murphy dds., chairman of the dental health commit tee Brisbane. I in this article abridged from practical the official Organ of the health inspectors association. Or. Murphy stresses the important part played by dental science in Public health administration. Or. Murphy states it is important that the Public be advised As to the necessity for a healthy Mouth As Well As to the Possi i abilities and modern methods of pre venting and connecting dental disease j the people of this country Are be coming More and More aware of the part a healthy Mouths plays in main i Taining a healthy sound body. They appear to be eager for information1 that will help them prevent Mouth ail ments that directly and indirectly effect their Gene vl h. Nelll. " in in is Fth c Vaith. Car Viia endowed it Kwh Vivar \ sin Vav j Powers and v o a is abused that a Haw cd Itiin Aii a which Iid Tii it wait for twin is to happen let Peters do a few Neces of a stand the buffeting of Many hard delay Means decay. Let these repairs wait a few More months and you la take years off the life of your Home. Repairs Are not expensive. 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