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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 December 1943

BEREAVEMENT THANKS KESTLE.-Mr. Alfred E. Kestle and Family desire to thank all rela- tives and friends for cards, letters, telegrams, floral tributes and expres- sions of sympathy received during their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. McGregor avenue, Healesville. DEATH NOTICE KESTLE.-On November 27th, at 10 Rose street. Hawthorn East, Char- lotte Emily, beloved wife of Alfred E. Kestle, McGregor avenue, Heales- ville, loved mother of Ted, Alf, Elsie (Mrs. C. Perry, Spring Vale), Lil (Mrs. H. Wilson, East Mel- bourne), Wally (A.I.F.), Stan (A.I.F.), Linda (Mrs. M. Sedawie, Fitzroy), Bell (Mrs. A. Wragg, Yaraville), Doris (Mrs. H. O'Brien, Healesville), Vera (Mrs. P. Gillette, Heaesvillle); aged 57. He giveth His beloved sleep. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor., Telephone 91 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1943

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 December 1943

Kestle Bros. 'Phone Healesville 22 . East End Timber Yard GOOD NEWS FOR VEGETABLE GROWERS Ramtre Dust SURE KILLER OF WHITE BUTTERFLY PEST 1/6 Per Packet ON SALE NOW ALSO CARTRIDGES and BULLETS (Strictly under Permit) Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) S.................. .......... ................................. .................................... ......... I i Healesville SFurrniture Arcade I !W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SIOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought IIIGHEST PRICES GIVEN SLWe Quote Quick for Repair Works4 GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materials QGuaranteed I -- - * Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT TH.E LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES .CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which..are of the most uip-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES .... .............................................................................. .................

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 December 1943

Popular Pars -4---g-- By L. J. Adam. Our bowling club was again very. fortunate in its visit to Lilydale on Wedn~esday. The weather cleared up in the afternoon, and the greens were. in" excellent order. All enjoyed the games, and were ,en tertained at afternoon tea by the Lily dale club. The president: (Mr. N, W.. Gill) ex tended a cordial welcome, and said 4.9wJ.eaged' they weret t~at.w !ew able to'accept the invitation, there, be ing such a warm feeling of frienhdship between the two clubs. We thanked them for their hospital ity, and congratulated the B. and C. teams on their success in the Metro politan Association. Resiilts:---Lilydale, 58, dJ I-?keis-. ville: 44. Eales, Risk, McKay, Hanm mond (c.) d. H. Pollard, Rutzou, To zer, Errington (c.), '18-14. McLass, Mrs.. McKay, McIver, Winstanley (c.). d. Admni, Newton, .Blackburn, Murn (c.), 31-13. Pockett, Raff, Robinson,; Johnsth'n (c.) d: Gilson, Harvey, Mat-." thews, Sebire (c.), 13-9.

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Obituary MRS. A. E. KESTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 December 1943

Obituary MRS. A. E. KESTLE. The death of Mrs. Chiarlotte Emily Kestle, wife of Mr. Alfied E. Kestle, of McGregor avenue, Healesville, oc curred at 10 Rose street, Hawthorn East, at 8.30 a.m. last Saturday. She had been a patient; sufferer for many years.. i Mrs. Kostle was blorri?lin Richmond, and attended the S ate school in Cash el, near Dookie, where her father took- the family on his entering, into business in that district; Later 'they returned toMelbourne aid residedat South Yarra. ,Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Kestle were married in Wesley. Church, Lonsdale street, Melbourne, by, the late `.Rev; Dr. S. J. Hoban, and ;they' came to Healesville in 1934, when Mr:: Kestle and his brother, Mr. William ;IKestle; took' over Morrison .Bros.' ,produce. store in the east end. '' Both Mr. and Mrs;- Kestle' proved, ardent workers to benefit Healesville, Mrs. Kestle evincing a particular in terest in social activities connected with the Healesville: Football' Club, and becoming a valued:,member...

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Obituary [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

Obituary A very old resident, Mr. Charles Mortimer, passed away at the Lilydale Hospital on December 2. at the age of 7S years. The late Mr. Mortimer came to Lilydale with his parents in the cnaly days of settlement, his father establishing one of the first brickyards in Cave Hill road in the late '; A. a housebuilder he carried out con tracts at Lilydale and in the metro polis, and even in various parts of the Commonwealth. A staunch supporter of the D·e'tist Chu:ch, :.e will be sal. ly missed from that congregation. The burial took place rt the Lilyda!e cemetery. He is survived by two sons and two daughters.

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam, Well, we shall soon have' Christmas upon us. Our thoughts will turn then -as now-to loved ones in the fight ing forces, with the earnest wish that ere another Christmas dawns the war will have" been won and peace reign. again throughout the world. We had a very pleasant function. in St. John's hall on Wednesday, when the Church' of England girls' friendly society held a sale of Yuletide gifts. The Rev. Muxworthy welcomed. Cr. M. Murray Murton and warmly thank ed her for opening the fair. Responding, Cr. Murton expressed gratification at being present, and hoped the first effort of the junior girls' society would prove successful, the proceeds going to assist the League of Soldiers' Friends. Little Margaret Bartlett then handed a pretty posy to the lady councillor, amid much applause. During the afternoon musical items were rendered by members of the so ciety, and were much appreciated. Stallholders wer e:-Christmas G'ifts: Moesdames Muxworthy and Pilmer. ...

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Hospital Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

Hospital Sports By R. R. Cochran. Entries for wood chops and running events in the Boxing Day sports close to-day with the secretary, or with R. R. Cochran. The arena for the wood chopping has been completed and the stage is to be erected this week-end. Much progress with the conducting of the sports was made at the meet ing held this week, and officials were selected to carry out necessary duties for the big day. Entries from all parts of the State are coming to hand, es pecially for the championship under hand wood chop, which should create much interest, not only with local peo ple but also with ; isitors from Mel bourne, who no doubt will be there in force. With experience gained at the May fixture, the committee feel confident that they can make this great day even more successful, and are work ing with that aim in view. Competitors are reminded that no Lte entries will be accepted, and en tries must be accompanied by fees. An insurance policy against rain has been taken out, b...

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MORE TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

MORE TO COME. Now that the tide of v,:.tu encouragingly in ccr f:ag.: Pacific it is understanda?.i.,. lic opinion tends towar.d:, tic; nor is this to 1)0 dr ,: confidence is necessar:, t,: the same time it is cqua!: that we maintain a re ?;,,. tive on the war .it:,::... appreciate the demanc-;:: progress will inevitably rnal:, The recent arrival of : cel: military mission from EBrit::: interpreted as a sign of ine: tivity in this theatre of var as forces can be released fro::: Mr. Churchill's statement that as Germany is beaten BriPt turn the full force of her against Japan, means more : thusiastic anticipation of ;o creased strength and speedi-. In contemplating the added . fighting men and machine:s be brought to bear against J: must consider also the cor: a obligations to maintain then::. of course, unlikely that the ; even the bigger part of fighting strength, will be b1 s approximate to Australia -nr. major drive begins, but it s -: onable to assume that the supplying some part...

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Me[?]ting Pot [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

·-4---~--- A brain wave at the bush fire con ference was that times when things were warming up a bit the flag (pre sumably the new one) should be hoist ed at the shire hall. Why at the shire hall only? Why. not bunting all up and down the street and on every prl vate flagpole (where its usually tak en off)? And blasts on the laundry and sawmill whistles, the chuich bells ringing-and a rush call put through to the fire brigade (and the fireman at tlte pictures)'. Elicited also from the same con clave that permission of shires must first be obtained .before encroachment could be made on their preserves for purposes of fire fighting. An adjoin *ing shire is said to have negatived any such overtures. Effect produced might be this: 'Phone bell rings. "Hello, is that the Shire President? Well, boss, there's a grass fire broke. out in Pothole road. D'ye mind if we go an' beat 'er out?" Suggested also that grave 'warnings be issued per medium of slides. Speak ing freely, that's' no way to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

oIrL1-;Sr NOTICES Desiro's of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and Districts should consult , J. BORN al Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman linds of Insurance l]ffected le;'lstrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., HEALESVILLE phone Heales. 42 that The Big Thing about these Shoes is that they look tght, feel right, give satis faction, and save money for they last longer. Every ting Fashionable in Men's Footwear is here at Prices hat will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. -AI Ma®Do®ald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICGITORS hllett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. ICOLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT T IEIR ERA iSVILLE OFFICE ? and Bradshiw.'s Buildings Betweer the hoiurs of 3 p.m. and G p.m. EVEý"- THURSDAY ---L----e . 4360 Telephones: 'built 33 U 4360 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday FAY BAINTER and EDWARD ARNOLD in "THE WAR AGAINST MRS. IHADLEY" "THILE WAR AGAINST MRS. HIADLEY" "THE WAR A...

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Post-War Works ENGINEER'S PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

Post-War Works ENGINEER'S PROPOSALS. Reporting last week to the Heales ville Shire Council on the matter of post-war works, Mr. Scott said: Council has only given a direction regarding the reconstruction of River street and a bridge over the Grace burn at Wallace avenue. The esti mated cost of the River street recon struction, from Kinglake road to the bridge over the Graceburn at the north end of Wilson street, is £950 for crushed rock pavement. If coun cil requires this road to be realed, an additional £500 or £600 should be ade quate. A bridge over the Graceburn, with new approaches .at Wallace ave nue, would cost £550. No informa tion is available from the Government as to what contribution will be made to these works, but it seems probable that there will be either a Federal or State grant. Taking the long distance view, it seems a good opportunity to embark on a policy of general street impro o+. ment in Healesville. The annual cost of maintenance could be radically re duced i...

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Zimbabwi Ruins [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

Zimbabwi Ruins By ROBERT EADIE, M.B... Above the precipices of Zimbabwi Hill, as seen from the valley, are mas sive walls, on the suinmits of which some monoliths, more or less erect, are still to be seen cl?ar against the skyline. From this point of view alone-and this represents the merest fraction of the walls of which the Acropolis ruins are composed-one realises that many thousand tons of granite blocks have icen transported up the precipitous hill to a height, sometimes, of.300 feet. Examination of the rocks on the hill proves that by far the greater quantity of stone used in the walls was not quarried on or near the hill. Apart from the infinite patience and painstaking toil of the old build ers, as displayed in their methods of construction and complicated plans, this one fact of so much stone carried up to a height to which a man can scarcely climb who las no burden, is one to amaze and perplex even the most casual .and indifferent visitor. Traces of gold smelting furnaces ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

I HlllllflHilllililllllllHlllllIIIIIIIllI IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl = Is Good Enough FOR BABY _ Mothers can rely upon this Pharmacy to supply the best of C BABY NEEDS Ask our opinion, which will be gladly given on all matters concerning Baby's welfare. C= Bartold's Pharmacy - Opp. P.O., HEALESVILLE. Pham 120 (Alter Hlnur, Phae 2). = IIIlllIIIIll lllllHBHIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII1111111Illlllll MISS McDONALD, Manageress F DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Fire! Protect Your Homes and Furniture By Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney ,I. Bradshaw Representative for UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE Other Classes of Insurance Effected, as well MacNamara's Garage for Motor Repairs and Service . . . CYCLE GENERATOR LIGHTING G UtilSETS, Special Price, 35/- each. Give Utility EVREADY TORCHES, Complete with Standard Size Batteries, 5/9 Gifts this each. BEVELLED GLASS REAR VISION Xmas . MIRRORS, 8/6...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. December 1 and 2. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Decembei 1 and '2. Melbourne pig market was steady The trend of events at last week's competition, as revealed in the follow ing report by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co.:- Stores.-Poor competition for small descriptions at low figures, 15/- to '-, others ;30/- to 56/-. Porkers. - Light pigs neglected, heavies easier, :IS/- to -I43/-, 4(G/- `o 36/-, 57/- to 82/-. Bacl:fatters.-No alteration, compe tition still slack. Ours sold from £5 1/- to £9/4/-. Baconers.-Steady competition at lower values. We sold forty A.' Ra zes to £6/7/-, seven S. Churchill at £6/9/6, A. J. Jones £6/9/6, George Henry £6/9/-, twelve H. Justice £6 0/6, nine R. Anderson at £5/17/6, and 196 others at lower prices. Calves.-Firm. We sold 63 to, £3 1/-. Clyne Bros.' handsome heavy weights £5/15/6 for' six, S. Churchill seven £6/1/6, H. Justict £6/0/8; A. J. Jones £6/9/G, Gco. Henry's pen £6/191/-, Forty A. Razos £6/7/-, in Shaw Lo gan's line. A lot of pigs'arriving from many dif fe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

DENTISTS _ . MR. H. STOCK r' SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE EVEBY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the ri MAROONDAII TEA ROOMS j DATES OF VISITS: ( SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11th j City Address: S ALSTON BUILDINGS 32 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: central 25607 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD l CAULFIELD VISn'ITS HEALESVILLE EVERY SITHURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BAI.TOLD'S PHARMACY Tel, Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE I 1LESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CDIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WIIY WORRY? Write E. M. Pou. hn SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 1(15 BOURKE ST., MPIELD. Cent. 2197 If Out of Sorts Even those...

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Healesville Red Cross EXCELLENT EFFORTS CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

Healesville Red Cross EXCELLENT EFFORTS CON TINUED. Receipts for, fortnight ended Decem ber" 6:--Collections: Mrs. J. Hume, £6 11/-; Mrs.. Tyers, £1/3/-; Mrs. H. Furmston, 15/-; Mrs. Bath, £1/6/-; Mrs. Boreham, 15/-; Mrs. Courtney, £2/16/-. Donations: Mrs. Coates (sale of work), £1/15/-; J. Roy, £1; Mrs. H. Furmnston (sale of work), 4/-;m Mrs. Alexander, £2/2/-. Entertainments: Victory Club social, £12/9/9; Victory Club raffle, £8/8/3; picture night, '9 Prisoners of War Fund.-Collec tions: Mrs. Bigelow, h1l12/-. Dona tions: Miss Dennis, £1; Miss C. Den nis, £1; horticultural society, £3/16/3; M.M.B.W., £1/3/-; Mrs. H. Gunner, £3; H. Gunner, £10; E. Leeder, £1; Mrs. Alexander, £3/3/-; M. Feiglin and Sons, £3. The junior branch of the Red Cross held *a successful stall in Nicholson street last Saturday, and £15 was rais ed, which goes to the cupboard fund for sick and needy children of service men.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

Make this a PATRIOTIC CHRISTMAS with one of these gifts This Christmas, for at least one of your presents, give a War Savings Certificate, or 2/- worth of War Say ings Stamps in the Free Gift Folder or a 5/ National Savings Stamp, or y more, pasted in the new National Savings Stamp Book. .... Thus you will solve the problem of Christm:as giving and help Australia at the same ti.me. If every one gave one of these patriotic prcsents. nililliones of pounds ,nould he eni Srihlutdd to Autralia's cause. So !haro in this great Chritnias War Effort. Give the gifts that I( last. Cer "42 I:rt GC. . yQ'O S1'1'ittetg l C 7.32\ Kestle & Newton 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard NOW AVAILABLE IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES CHICK FEED } ALSO CARTRIDGES and BULLETS (Strictly under Permit) Fernshaw Road, Healesville I (St Leonard's Road Junction) { Healesville ii ii W. J* AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN -UPHOLSTERER ' iUsed Furniture Boughtj I HIGCHEST PRIGES GIVEN ...

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Early Healesville To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

Early Healesville To the Editor. i IýEileen Finlay promised she n a t me an apology if I could Pt that the mount in question was E ktnown as Mt. Tonne-be-wong. I ,'? it to you, readers to say whethel t0c?d my assertion. However, I ii' o apology. The mistake was explained through the error on G avesenlent map; but I do think t 0lo is now due to those per IJ"-Miss Shaw, Miss Rhoda Green, fIr' 0e1ge Burns -Mr. W. Lalor and 0.'` ?'otts-for the implication in t vlletter that their word was El CO alue. ?ni thanking you, Mr. Editor. ealesvillu JT. T. CORNISH. eaeville, 8/12/43.

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Healesville Water Trust MONTHLY MEETING. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

Healesville Water Trust .MONTHLY MEETING. CORRESPONDENCE. R. M. Scott, suggesting compilation of a list of post-war works, and stat ing that works for which plans and specifications had been prepared would get most favorable considera tion.-It was decided, on motion of Cmrs. Kay and Muirton, that Mr. Scott be instructed to prepare a prdliminary report on a sewerage scheme for Healestille, and improved water sup ply. Same, re post-war water supply im provements, and enclosing list of works to he done and estimated cost. Mr. Stammers said towns had been put to great expense by faulty design. He suggested that a ten-inch pipe cap able of delivering 1,400,0)0 gallons be installed from Myer's Creek, at an es timated cost of £60,,c. Cnmr. Kay moved, seconded by Cmr: Johnston, that Mr. Scott be asked to report on the Myer's Creek scheme outlined by Mr. Stammers, and the possibility of building a settling basin at Myer's Creek was mentioned.-Car ried. * Cmr. Cook moved that Mr. Scott be ask...

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Bush Fire Prevention CONFERENCE AT HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 December 1943

Bush Fire Prevention CONFERENCE AT HEALESVILLE. At the recent bush firi. prevention conference in Healesville, Cr. Cameron (chairman) said that all were inter ested, as fires affected the producticn of timber, soil conservation projects, and destroyed the beauty of tourist resorts. He introduced the Hon. Mr. Isaac, M.L.C., who was making a tour of forest areas in order to gain in formation at first hand on current forest problems. Mr. F. G. Gerraty, inspector of for ests, showed that, with areas of forest ed .lands at stake and lack of man power, it was necessary that every one should co-operate in preventing and fighting fires. In latter years the man power problem had been partly offset by increased stocks and improv ed types of fire fighting equipment in the. hands of major organisations con cerned, but it was still necessary for the general public to co-operate to the best of their ability. In return for the co-operation of landholders and the public, the commission was prepared...

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