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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

F' DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK SJJRGEON-DENTIST l" VISITS HEALESVILLE ?VE LY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT AT TIlE MAROONDAHI TEA ROOMS Dates are as follow: SATUJtI)AY, OCTOBERI 31st SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14t1 SATURDAY, NOVEM1BER 28th SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12th City Address: ALSTON BUILDINGS 8, 2 ELIZABETH STREET K ehtral 2507 --- Helesville 161 MR. FRANK H. ,COOK , SURGEON-DENTIST .V 219 BALACLAVA ROAD, CAULFIELD VISITS IIEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healeevllle 120 BUSINESS NOTICES " I WHEN YOU WANT GOODS ?ELIVERED I'ROlI'TLY TO ANY PART OF TILE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT IMAURICE CHANDLER . CVE AVENUE, IEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 I~ JYinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Pou tin SPECIAL BONJE AN FEM IJ. PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE 'WEAKNESSIES SAFE AI'D EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Iox_ Extra Special, 10/- per eox ;Write for Free Cate ue 'Men' .and Women wl fillndltc great inteaest. All Correspodience --eated Stric...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

RKcintr Selections for Caulfield Cup Day, at Flemington, issued before final accept ances, 'are as under:- Burwood Handicap. Gay Roi ..... ....... ........ ...... 17 R egister ......... ......... .......... . ...... 2 Home James ..............:............ 3 Gwyn Nursery. (Colts and Geldings) Spanish Legenxd ............ 1 Forevermore ...... ............. ........ 2 T arabah ............ .... ..... ..... ...... 3 Mona Nursery (Fillies). Gay Gown ...................... 1 Dawns James ....... 2 Maemanto ...:....::.. 3.,» * . ..... 3 Caulfield Cup 'i,. David Innis`...... 1 Skipton .. .......» ......... . .. .. H ero .......... ...... ........... .... ..C .... 3 Wyuna Steeplechase. Spribghead 1................. . .... ..... 1 W interset ......... .............. . .. ... 2 Spirak ..... ...... ........... ...... . .... 3 Moonga Handicap. Lady Martarma .................. ...... 1 Crojick .............................. ..... ..... 2 Chatasan ...... ..... ...... ......3...... ...... 3

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Euchre and Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Euchre and Dance. The Prisoners of War benefit from an enjoyable dance social to be held in Hall, Healesville, on Frida, tober 30. All inr quest of tprtainme'nt are recomms present. Good music will as well as novelty dances 1I\any good prizes willbea social is organised by , with Mrs. E. Chaplin ass tyeasurer.

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Croydon Market At Monday's market yearling heif ers and store cattle, as well as cows with calves, were in great demand. Milking • cows, medium quality, brought to £12/10/-, heifers £11/5/-,, stale £7/10/-, springing cows £10/2/6, heifers £8/7/-6, backward cows £9/5/-, yearling heifers £4/lu/- to £6/5/-, fat cows £13, heifers £12/15/-, beefy cows £12/5/-, choppers £6 to £9/10/-, crac kers up to £5/10/-, dairy bulls (small) £4 to £10. i? Calves.--Still selling well. . Large vealersl £7/10/- to £9/15%- small 80/- to 130/-; calves 40/- to 76/-, small 20/- to 40/-;, light weights to 18/-. SPigs.-Demand good, but prices a shade easier. Heavy piorkers 80/- to 101/-, medium 70/- to 85/-,,light 55/ to 68/-, killable to. 50/-; baconers- light £5 to £6; chopping sows 87/6, porker stores 50/- to 60/-, slips 40/ to 48/-, suckers 17/- to 42/-. Sheep.-Good prices for quality of fering.* Spring lambs 18/- to 21/-, store lambs 15/6. Poultry. - Competition keen and values high. Cockerels, 22/6. drak...

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Healesville Popular Forces Quest SUCCESSFUL CULMINATING BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Healesville Popular Forces Quest -4---- SUCCESSFUL CULMINATING BALL. The grand ball held in the Memorial I Hall, Healesville, on Friday night of last week, to signalise the conclusion I of the popular forces girl quest, proved very popular. The competition was designed to aid the Prisoners of War fund, and extended over a period of several months, and about 550 persons attended the wind-up festivities. The three contesting princesses were Miss Margaret Quinn (representing the Air Force), Miss Dawn Hough (the Army), and Mrs. E. Cotterill (the Navy). The fund, benefited to the splendid extent of ,£303/13/7 as a re. suit of the carnival. Also present was the shire president (Cr. Cameron), apologies being receiv ed from the Lord Mayofi (Cr. Nettle fold) and the Hon. G. L; Chandler, IM.L.C. ` Details of voting and amounts rais ed and allotted to the princesses .were as follow:-Miss Margaret Quinn, "Graceburn Glen," Healesville, 28,116 votes, £117/3/-; Miss Dawn Hough, care Mrs. C. E, Smi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

2(OTICEE DAV BORN ate and Business Agent I_ rty Salesman d of iasurance Effected trar for Births and Deaths ed the whole of th?: hes of Mir. percy John Spleasure in aInnounclng S?y aisl to give prompt ento to any agency busi entrusted to me. ST., IE.ALESVILLE one Heales. 42 OGUES r Walking omfort popular style of shoe, _ h gives ease to the is avdilable here in al qualities of X CALF may select from either k or Brown shades, full and half sizes le us to fit your feet ectly. obiainable in "Chil. 's and Maids' sizes. ces ae low. "acDonald's SHOE STORE shesn St. HEALESVILLE. SOISITORM Ilett & Langford ITOgS, and CO3IMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Vic., S.A. and Tao. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE e and 'rr lshaw's BuUdlng . tween the hours of 3 p.m. Ed C p.m. on THURSDAY Every Week Telephones: Mlle 3, and MU4 860.'. Memorial Hall TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Togethe;' foo t+i the first S time . ..he most rs'g netic ?air FRAM " CL.'f MIIII IKEI NOT SUITAgLE F...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. October 14th and 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

M*Varket KReport BMELBOURNE PIG MARKET. . October 14th and 15th. Messrs. T.. Shaw Logan and Co. forward the following report on their operations at the Melbourne pig mar ket on the dates mentioned: Stores.--Keen demand for all de scriptions. Suckers very high, 32/- to 48/-, stores 44/- to 78/-. Porkers.-?hoice handy weights not much change, heavy pigs slipped quite 6 lot. Light 55/- to 65/-, medi um 64/- to 72/-, heavy. 73/- to 80/-, extra 81/- to 90/-. Backfatters.-Bottom right out of market. Best £9 to £12, others £l 15/- to £7/10/-. Baconers.-Steady competition at lower rates, prices £4/2/- to £6/7/-, curers' lots 95/- to £5/10/6, We sold four P. Hayes at 1£/7/-, four P. Gan non at £5/10/6, three R. McLeod at £5/10/-, four C. Phayer at £5/10/-, four L. McLachlan at £5/5/6, four Les Affleck at £5/4/6, seven R. McLeod at £5/3/6, four T. Christie at £5/2/6, six B. Jones at. £5/3/6, two John Campbell at £5/3/6, four F. Kent at 99/6, six J. Brown at 99/6, eleven T. Uthers at 96/6, six...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

THANKS         MISS MARGARET QUINN desires to express to her many friends her best thanks for the excellent support accorded her in the recent Popular Forces Quest. "Graceburn Glen," Healesville, 22/10/42. IN MEMORIAM PARTRIDGE (nee Hussey).--In sad and loving memory of my dear daughter and our fond sister, Lily, who died on October 22nd, 1939. Though three years are absent,   You are always in our thoughts, And those you left behind Still sadly feel your loss. -Inserted by her fond mother, and brother and sisters, Jim, Doris, Adeline and Mabel. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibhi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 Letters, contributions, etc., welcome. All communications to be addressed to the editor, who does not necessarily identify himself with correspondents' views. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1942  

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Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Brevities By 'Arline." ono?' that the queen carnival is over, bnce again Healesville takes a breath before plunging headlong into the next IslQuin of excitement. Following AAi ? F s success, presumably the the brce must be considered to be call ', of service most favored lo the oronatone tage it appeared that oraed ton ceremony would be per were i t a crown, if such a feat possibe, until Mr. Tozer manu factured one at short notice, and there by dispelled all worries of the commit tee in that respect, Mr. Tozer's em blem closely resembled the real thing, It was complete with jewels, and was handed to Mr. Everard upon a red plush, gold braided cushion by Carmel Chandler, who was an effective lady in-waiting. Two ladies who were far removed from the spotlight were Mesdames Boreham and Coates, who, way down in the supper room, performed the very necessary job of dish-washing. When it is remembered that upwards of 550 persons were served with sup per,' it will be seen that this task as s...

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Too Many Boards [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Toe Many Boards When at last week's Upper Yarra Council meeting a resolution (which the council was invited to support) passed by a City of Coburg meet:n,; which protested against the existing food marketing boarlds was read, there were several audible ",ear hears." The resolution was as follows: "This meeting of citizens strenuously objects to the existence of marketing boards controlling and distributing the food of the people, and calls upon the Government to abolish them, as pro ducers are being driven off the land, food is being made scarce and dear, the quality being poor. We believe' that thousands of persons employed by the boards harassing the primary producers could be better used in the national war effort." After a few re marks-none of them of a complimen tary nature-had been passed by other councillors concerning market ing boards, Cr. Everard rose, and, as one smarting from his own experien ces, administered a long verbal cas tigation of all boards in general and their...

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AUSTRALIAN WONDER FACTORY [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

AUSTRALIAN WONDER .ACTORY V----~---~ Somewhere in one of the capital cities there is an establishment that is: producing a variety of high-precis ion instruments which are embraced in the term "optical munitions." This is:one of the wonder factories which this war has given to Australia. A year or so ago a small group of men 'met at the Hotel Canberra to discuss the question of manufacturing optical munitions in Australia. They includ ed Mr. L. J. Hartnett (Director of Ordnance,) Dr. Woolley (Director of Mt. Stromlo Observatory), Professor Laby of Melbourne, and a number of other scientific and technical experts. Oversea supplies had been, or were in danger of being, completely cut off. Could Australia tackle the job? It seemed doubtful, for it was a very difficult and complex matter. But these men were undaunted, and, one by one, they overcame the difficulties. They accomplished what has been de scribed as "little short of a miracle." Before the war the firm which con ducts the est...

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Here's an Example LILYDALE BOY'S FINE ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Here's an Example IL?YDAILE BOY'S FINE ACTION. Let's intror ice Johnnie Pllr§e-, three-year-old bhoy who was 1o'? o consideration for sick and wounded soldiers: more, in fact, than manwr adults. Johnnie evidently hasn't m'sr ed anythinp that has hb^n ;al :- ' , home or elsewhere about the saerifie es of men who become sick or are wounded in fighting our battles. 1's receptive mind took all this in, and he made a resolve-a very firm one for a boy so young. He decided to put by I his pennies by to help these sick and wounded men, and anyone will know what sacrifice that entails for a lad like that, with soft drinks and luliess always so tempting. He went right through with the business, though, in real he-man style, and the culmin ation came last Friday, when he trot ted up to the Red Cross stall and planked down his money box, with which went this message:-"For the sick soldiers, from Johnnie Purser," Investigation showed that the box contained 17/-. That's what we call) a really gra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

N New Shopping lours _ The Shop formerly conducted by Mr. Roy closes Mid-day to 1 p.m. Fairbanks' Bakery, -next National Bank, closes 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Both" business premises close at I p.m. on Wednesdays J. FAIRBANK Nicholson Street 'Phone Healesville 135 Healesville's Leading Baker and Pastrycook Delivers Fresh Bread Daily anywhere in the District WHY GO ELSEWHERE; when the BEST OF CARES ARE OBTAIN ABLE HERE? . Everything Fresh Daily Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE -' ?SL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE 'LOWEST PRICE OUR VALUE AND PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANY WHERE. ALL OUR STOCK IS KILLED LOCALLY, at our Aba ttolrs, which are of the most .p- to-date in Victoria. Please Inquire For Our Prices NEW HEALESVILLE Ctirryinrg service ,JOHN POMEROY Farnham Road - - Healesville 'Phone 132 Desires to notify the Publico that he has commenced an Up-to Date Carrying Service , All Rinds of Goods Delivered Promptly and Carefully to Any Part of the District :? ALL TRAINS MET LOWEST RATES CHARGED,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

--- ---umanuesesasssseesassssesemesassassasasesas l OCTOBER SPECIALS For Men: Black Pebble Grained Military Boots Solid Leather Soles, Standard Sc rewed, with Toe and Heel Plates4 The Ideal Working Boot! A limited supply released by order of the Government, and priced at 22/- and 6 coupons. All sizes For Boys; Strong School Boots Sizes 10 to 13, 12/11; 1 to 5, 14/11. Three coupons. For Ladies: Basket Shoes at 15/i11 In Half Sizes. Eight coupons. A few pairs of Ladies' Riding Boots a ? 35/-. 8 coupons - For the present, manufacture of further supplies of both the?d lines of ladies' footwear are BANNED. Offer cannot therefore be rc peated. For All: Rubber soled Canvas Shoes A. Harry B ackwood The Up-to-sate shoernart Nicholson St. Healesville 'Phone 163 IIl l II • • lll lllll l El I lll |Jll Concerning Your P0c o "s .. when you Ib -. . prescription to ua~,? i . compounded witth ý.; ": ing precision and "i? the purest quality dIr.g. are used.. •... Moreover, we kee a. * Iehfully record...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

eviit L;us _Nursing do spital scA1L- OF SUBSCRIPTIONS AND FEES C3I R~3E~UISI SUB.- : I'TIONS--ANNUAL 3nd Falnlly up to 1; years of age ... 30/- per annum SIan and Ft. n .s? mly up to 17 years of age 27/6 per annum ed oldir? up to 17 years of age .... ..... 20/- per annum witb Fa. ily up to 17 , ears or agec.... .... 2 /6 per annum persoosr ... - - . 15/- per annum ale -- . .....- - ...... 20/- per annum e f -Serv?50 Soldiers e ofS "ede t (wife. or dependent mother, ace dpnd Farilily up to- 17 years of age.... 20/- per annum etc.?,? ndent withtout Family. ....... _- 15/-per annum Ole ITAL Fe S CHARGED FOR TREATMENT: gOS .- and ~ idwifery Cases-- Members Non-Members Ssurge £2 12 6 £5 6 0 DaY (fractie of a week) -.....- - 0 7 6 0 15 0 u harg --- 0 10 ,6 1 1 0 ni der years of age ... 2 0 0 4 0 0 ,il dre paing Mother patient yan a yco ear) - ..- 1 1 0 2 2 0 (under ne Theatre'- 10 6 1- 1 0 Seration"- -. . . 1 1 0 2 2 0 ab ,ard Ibarge for Maternity eor '. 010 6 010 6 Cases -- -. aent Treat...

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Healesville Bowling Club ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Healesville Bowling Club -4----. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the,.Heales ville Bowling Club was; held in the ,Memorial Hall on Tuesday night. The attendance wag small but enthusiastic, and &n excellent start was made for the new season. Annual Report. The annual report was as follows: "The season 1941-42 was in many ways adversely affected:by the war. "A successful opening day was held, and visitors were entertained. S'"One inter-club game was played during the year, when a visit was paid to Warbuiton and a three-rink match ensued, the home side proving victor ious.. Owing to the increasing gravity of the International situation, alt fur ther matches were cancelled. "Two pairs tournaments for spoons donated by Messrs. Adam and O'Far rell. were held, the winners being (1) Messrs .Maguire and Weddell and (2) Messrs. Bartholomew and Raymond. "Handicap and championship com petitions were held, the former provid Ing some keen tussles. Winners were: Championship, Dr. Phi...

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Visit of Anglican Bishop CONFIRMATION AT WARBURTON [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Visit of Anglican Bishop CONFIRMATION AT WARBURTON For the purpose of administering the rite of confirmation at St Mary's Church of England, the Right Rev. Bishop Ashton (retired), formerly Bishop of Grafton, New South Wales, visited Warburton last Friday and was the guest of the Rev. C. J. Nash and Mrs. Nash at the vicarage. Two services were held. In the af ternoon 17 girls from St. Catherin's School were confirmed by the bishop, who was assisted by the Rev. Nash and the Rev. Dr. Law, vicar of St. John's Church of England, Toorak. At an evening service the candidates for confirmation numbered five boys and 10 girls from the Warburton parish. On both occasions the church, which was decorated with white gilder roses and arum lilies, was practically filled, the afternoon congregation including parents and relatives of the girls, who came from Melbourne and the sub urbs. In an address prior to the laying on of hands, His Lordship impressed on the candidates-now on the thres hold of ma...

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Healesville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Healesville Notes' By Raymond S. Grove. Healesville's latest soldier is Tom' McDonald, who entered camp "some where in Victoria" last Friday week., Mr. Henry has returned home after some time in the Williamstown Hospi tal.. Local interest has been awakened in the War Loan, for which Healesville's quota is £15,000, from at least 250 sub scribers. Enquiries have been made as to when the public meeting on the matter is to take place, and the an swer given, "Ask the local authorities who are conducting the campaign." At thg Blind Auxiliary annual meet ing Mrs. A. R. Taber was congratulat ed on her fine help in raising, 13 by' means of a collection box bearing the sign, 'Help the blind babies," which is a familiar sight outside her gate in Nicholson street. Mrs. Taber says she - is much indebted to two local pension ers, who contribute to the worthy cause every pension day. Mrs. Taber always presents the collection box to the auxiliary at its annual meeting. Some Healesville residents fa...

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MRS E. S. PITMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

MRS. E. S. PITMAN. Sympathy is extended to the rela tives of Mrs. Elizabeth Susan Pitman, who passed away at her home, "Dal keith," Fernshaw road, Healesville last Saturday evening, aged 85 years. Mrs. Pitman, who was predeceased by, her husband some years ago, had been in ill health for some time. Many beautiful floral tributes were received, the funeral being held in the Heales ville cemetery on Monday afternoon. The arrangements were conducted by Mr.'Frank Heritage.

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Yarra Glen Red Cross Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Red Cross Ball. A happy time awaits district dan- cers and seekers of entertainment on Friday evening, October 30. That is   the date of the annual ball of the Yarra Glen branch of the Red Cross, and already members of the branch are assiduously working to perfect all the details which mean perfection, and there need be no apprehension about the fare that is to be offered. Yarra Glen Red Cross people hold a good reputation for hospitality, and they will see that the supper will be in keeping with tradition. The main attraction will be an old-time waltzing competitions, but there are to be no velty dances as well, and as the music will be good dancers are in for a very happy night. Hlealesvilfr A.W.N.L. Mr. A. G. Adams will be the speak er at a general meeting of the Herlles vile ~bra ncb of the Australian Wom en's National League, to be held in St. John's Hall next Thursday after noon, October 29. Members and friends are cordially invited to be present. .id . IAcnowledg...

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