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Mixed Grill [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

Mixed Grill -V You'll often notice tha1 anybody can be somebody in a small town. Next winter has set in early at Healesville. There are a lot of great workers. But how many would like it if asked to plant potatoes on the Yarra flats? If you want to hear "Ah, Sweet Mys tery of Life" sung, you want to hear it sung in a street in Healesville. A Healesville lady wasn't getting any eggs, so she went out in the yard and gave the fowls a good talking to. Easy to tell when the Healesville shops are shut for lunch, by the; party who always bustles up the street after them. U Do you golf? You really should. Otherwise, well ... Some locals blame the council for the gravel rash. They say its rash of the council to throw gravel abouit the streets the way they do. Your'e right. Its nice to take the I girl friend out on Sunday afternoons. But what's St. Leonard's road got to do with it? We in the library told one bright young thing;,she could have "Only the Stars are Neutral." "That's funny," she ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

J. FAIRAN NICIIOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT ,:- : WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST .. OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY ................................................. ....... .............. ................ ..\......... .........A Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES .................................................................... .............. ,............ ................................ NEW HEALESVILLE Carryi ng 'Serv'ice JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - - HEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE ll Kinds of Goods. Delivered Promptly, and 1Carefully to Any Part of the District ALL TRAINS MET :.. LOWEST RATES CHARGED A Trial Respectfully Solicited ............

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McLAREN—ASHMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

- McLAREN--ASHMORE. The charming nuptials of Flodrence Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ashmore, "Glenara," Lilydale road, Healesville, and Ian Valentine, young est con of Mrs. McLaren and the late 'Mr. J. McLarcn, Don road, Healesville, attractcd a crowded assemblage to the Methodist Church. I-Iealesville, on Wedriesday, November. 25. The church was beautifully decorated by friends of the bride. The bridegroom's brother in-law, the Rev. V. O. Batt, came over from Latrobe, Tasmania, to, act as the officiating clergyman. The bride, who was given away by her father, presented an exquisitely sweet picture in her lovely frock of white French velvet and tulle, with a coronet of the same materials, edged with pearls. She carried a beautiful bouquet of white gardenias and carna tions. The bride's sister, Miss Gwen Ash more, was bridesmaid, and wore a most attractive frock of pink net and lace over satin, with pink bonnet to match. Her pretty bouquet was of pink carnations and roses...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

BEREAVEMENT THANKS Mr. J. G. Kennedy desires to express sincere Thanks for letters, cards, tele- grams, flowers and personal expres- sions of sympathy in his recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment of deep grati- tude. "Allerton," Healesville. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed ormnibus" 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, DECEMBER 3, 1912 "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

-7/ KeepPOI#D/#Gthe enemy with every POUND you can save! Bonds are £10 each and in' Every pound you save is a spur to Australia's war mltples of 110. Two kindi of Bonds are avaiIable: effort . . every bond you buy is a blow at the 1. 21% interest a year enemy. Keep at it .. . save and buy ... week by redee .blt 1947e - week, month by month, you can add to your redeemable 1958. You can Buy Bonds by instal investment, and every extra bond you buy is menta, too, by paying 10%fo down and the remainder in another solid asset for your use in the years 3 or 9 months. which will follow a victorious peace. Be proud to Interest starts on money paid from the date of lodgment. deny yourself, for the preservation of Australia's Bonds are realizable in case Buy Bonds from any Bank, Savings Bank, Stockbroker or Money Order Post Office. INVEST ALL YOU CAN IN THE £100,000,000 LO.AN CLOSES DEC. 15th, 1942. AoSTERITY LOAN SAL83-19 Sf?acilities for lodging applications and making deposits on £10 Bonds ...

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MATCH ECONOMY HELPS WAR EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

MATCH ECONOMY HELPS WAR EFFORT. When you strike a match you are burning a tiny splint of timber that was once part of a tall mountain ash growing on one of the wooded ranges of the north coast of New South Wales or a tiny fraction of a pine tree that may have been originally planted as a wind break in a Victorian orchard. Your match, may have started its long , journey to you by timber jinker'.or bul lock dray, and that it finally found its way into your match box is due to the fortunes of war. 'Matches used form erly to come much farther before they were delivered to you. Timber most suitable for match making before the war was shipped to Auistralia from Finland, Latvia and Lithuania; but' in at least one of Australia's big factories matches are now being made entirely f:r~m Australian material. -Mountain LE nsh and pinus radiata are being used for splints. Mountain ash makes the best match, but it is such a hard wood that it is apt to cause undue wear on machinery. Pinus radiata i...

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MITCHELL—PAUL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

MITCHELL-PAUL. The Healesville Presbyterian Church was the setting for another pretty mim Ii '-;-' -- 'il ' wedding last Saturday afternoon, when Doris M'argaret, eldest daughter of Mrs. Arthur Paul, St. Leonard's road, I Healesville, and the late Mr. Paul, be came the wife of Leslie Ernest Mit chell, second son of Mrs. Stubbs, Stu art street, Noble Park. The Rev. James H. Rust, M.A., officiated. The church was artistically decorated by the Misses Andrew. There was a crowded congregation, and after the ceremony, as the happy young couple were leaving the church, they had to run the gauntlet of the packed gather ing waiting to shower them with con, fetti and best wishes. The bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr. Ernest Schultze, wore a very lovely frock of Chantilly lace over ivory satin. Her exquisite lace veil was held in place with a coronet of pcarl leaves and orange blossoms, with matching flowers. She carried a beautiful bouquet of pink and white gardenias, sweet peas and...

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Diggers v. Japs [?]TIE" VERSION OF CONFLICT [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

Diggers v. Japs ý -1 ' CONFLICT 0 d . reminis gh cou- ,henl the most seri Sfthe daW o uu boys had to i?:enY an- ..je e umpY," the ter ecwas p3 f?r a letter writ xc'n 'tl def:yp -t. give a clear Sd theit i struggle in sion 'tearm" i;3 cngaged some .jyý'h of Aust:'.al: ;ee r5 not muc t write about, tme describe the football match oepldesyin After a very long and journe)' the boys arrived at the ny]ch nas in a shocking condi h was strange to us, but our t had plad on this type of d before. They were all big men different to what we were led Sthe color' they were e ade us all the more detoer to beat th m. Our fellows look little tired after their long jou' and we could only field twelve but that didn't worry us. We ite confident-lperhaps a little aident-that we could 'sto;sh' ponef:rst quarter we waer hard -elfrom? the beginning. We didn't 0Eough men to mind theirs, and, h out' centre back and backs ;a terrific battle, it was not long they broke through our defence ;at first scored on t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

Weddings ----<>----- STANDFIELD - BERRY. A pretty wedding, of interest to Healesville, Three Bridges and Powell- town residents, was solemnised by the   Rev. H. S. Busby in St. Paul's Church of England, Fairfield, last Saturday, when Maureen Elsie, eldest daughter   of Mr. and Mrs. A. Berry, became the wife of Murray William, third son of   Mr. and Mrs. S. Standfield, of Three Bridges. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride looked charming in her bouf- fant gown of snowy tulle. She carried a beautiful bouquet of water lilies. Attending her sister as bridesmaid Miss Alma Berry wore a frock of blue   tulle, with veil to match, and carried a bouquet of mixed flowers. The bride- groom's eldest brother, Stanley, was best man. During the signing of the register the bride's lifetime friend, Mrs. J. Sy- mons (nee Miss Hilda Foster, Heales- ville, sang "I'll Walk Beside You."     Many ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

ON MAY 21 IHIS YEAR the first giant B24E 4-engined Liberator Bomber shown rolled out of this vast new Ford Airplane Plant at W illow Run, U.S.A. Before next April another 8,000 odd planes of the same design will emerge from this enormous factory Why. Not More 1000-Plane Raids? The Allies' Long-planned, All-out Aerial Blitz of Germany can't. Happen - Yef. Despite the high total of 185,000 planes which U.S. factories will produce by July, 1943, present output cannot cope with our losses in big raids like Cologne. This article explains why. LEADING aeronautical writer pointed out that we have a lot to learn about the numbers of planes that must be produced to give the Allies over whelming air supremacy. If a thousand planes were needed on a certain front many. thought all that had to be done was to build that thousand planes and get them there. Yet nothing coulo be farther from the.reality. The fact was that to . keep a thousand plane-battle station, there must be 100 per cent. reserve...

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Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3. (Before Messrs. Bradshaw and MacNamara, J.'sP.) O, LITTLE KT-BAG, WHERE CAN YOU BE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

Healesville Po!ice Court WH-IUI.D.-1y, D. CEMIER 3, (Before Messrs. Bradshaw 'and Mac Namara, J.'sP.) O, LITTLE KIT-BAG, WHERE CAN YOU B?l? Frank Gavin Leake was' charged that between November 21 and 28' he purloined a leather kit-bag anil con tents, valued at £4/11/6, belonging to Frederick J. Gowty, telephone meqhan ic, Newtown, Geelong. It appeared that both parties had chosen to spend a holiday at the "world famous ieur ist resort," little thinking that a court case would eventuate from such a harmless diversion. Gowty told the court that he con signed the bag from Geelong station to Healesville, and was given the cus tomary luggage check (produced). On arrival at the mountain resort .that has put the world on the map, he found his bag and contents had done the dis appearing trick from the station. The next Monday he enquired, but still there was no sign of his property, and the station master said he would in vestigate the mystery. Again, on the 28th, witness renewed his search...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

DENTISTS MR. H. 1BT()CK SURGEON-D:: NTIST VISITS HEAL:SVILLE EVERY SATURI)AY JORTNIGIIT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS Dates are' as follow: SATURDAY, I)ECEMJiER 12th City Address: ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD , ,ISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY l 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel.. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED I'ROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER :LIVE AVENUE, HIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 'All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-W?HY WORRY? Write E. M. Pou'thn SPECIAL BONJ.EAN 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 .105 BOURKE ST., MELD. Cent. 2197 WHY BE Dilious When Dr. Morses Ind...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

Obituary. Mr. Ernest Hamilton, well known at Yarra Junction, died suddenly at the home of his brother, Mr. John Hamilton, on Monday. Deceased,, who was 53 years of age, had been in New South Wales for a number' of years, but was a native of Lilydale. Suffer ing the handicap of losing a leg early in life, he was nevertheless, an indus-, triou~h-Worker.-'Admirati6n was felt by' his friends, at the manner: in which he overcame this disadvantage, and of the unassuming and quiet disposition he possessed, which endeared him to a wide circle of people.

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Healesville Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

Healesville Shire Council MONTHLY 'MEETING. Monday's meeting was attended by Crs. Cameron (president), Kay, Daw born, Johnston, Mowle, Cook, Barton and Huxham. An apology was receiv ed fromn Cr. Batt. CORRESPONDENCE. Mu-nicipal Association, giving infor matLon regarding calling of tenders, as affec·~d by National Security (Man Powe;.) regulations.-Referred to of fice. Sna:me, requesting that when an al teration in rate of pan charge was made the Railways department be ad vised romptly, to allow adjustments. with t-enants to be made.-Referred to offs :e. Same, giving particulars of Statu tory rule No. 418, National Security regulations, governing holiday arg an ual leave allowed during the Christmas perioid -Referred to office. Same, giving particulars of proced ure ir. regard to obtaining and issuing .protec?,.ve clothing to municipal em ploye'. -Received. Same, drawing attention to Statu tory Rule No. 425 of National Secur ity ryuIlations, which provides that a local u.thority is a...

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Wandin Primary Producers ALL-ROUND CO-OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

Wandin Primary Producers -4----- ALL-ROUND CO-OPERATON. Closer co-operation on the part of all sections of primary producers, em bracing dairymen, fruit, flower and vegetable growers and poultrymen, with the proposed amalgamation of ex isting organisations, was the import ant motive underlying discussion at a meeting of the newly formed Wan din and District Primary Producers' Association on November 19. Presid ed over by Mr. A. Overton, the meet ing was well attended, and enthusiasm marked the proceedings. Mr. Jeeves (president of the United Berry Growers' Association) assured the meeting of his co-operation in all matters pertaining to the benefit of the project, but certain constitutional requirements of his association would need to be complied with before the two organisations could be merged into one, and this matter was deferred for consideration at a later date. The meeting decided to link up with the strongest primary producers" asso ciation in the State, so that it could be...

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Roll of Honor PRIVATE F. R. HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

Roll of Honor -4--e-- PRIVATE F. R. HUNTER. A study of this week's casualty lists reveals that another young man from Upper Yarra has given his lifeJ on the field of honor. Private Frank Ronald - Hunter, A.I.F., who is reported to have been killed in action, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hunter, residents of long standing at Woori Yallock, where the family has taken a very active part in local affairs for a long term of years. Private Hunter; prior to the war, was employed by the Country Roads Board. He played regularly with the local football team, ,in which, as full back, he had a great reputation. He also played in the cricket eleven. He joined the A.I.F. quite early in the campaign, and, along with his brother Bert (who is still in Egypt), 'went o4erseas with one of the first few con tingents. The brothers saw a good deal of service, ahd a few months ago Frank was reported wounded. Two other brothers, Eric and Evan, are serving in the A.M.F. The death of Private Hunter, who w...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 25 and 26. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 25 and 26. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. sub mit the following report on their ac tivities at the Melbourne pig market on the above dates: Stores.-A keen enquiry for all' clisses at fully late rates, 27/- to 56/-. Porkers. - All descriptions sold freely at slightly better values, ,54/ to 84/-. Extra to £5/0/6 for five for D. J. Fitzgerald. / Backfatters.-Lean pigs sold freely, fat pigs not wanted; sales dragging at low. figures, £5 to £12/16/-. We sold drafts A. Sparks at £10/16/-, J. H. Evans at £9/19/-, Victor Smith £9/9/-, McLeod and Welli to £9/4/-, S. Berry to £9/1/-, K. Mclllwraith at £9/1/, C. Steenholdt at £9/1/-, etc. Baconers.-We had a wonderful run, mostly choicest of middle weights, in cluding five Holloway Bros. at £5 15/6, five T. Stewart at £5/13/6, eighty-two Victor Smith to £5/12/6,_ six S. Vicars at £5/6/6, M. Murdoch at £5/7/6, J. Campbell at £5/6/6, three R. Beck at £5/2/6, five: R. McLeod and Wells at £5/G/-, nineteen...

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Healesville Red Cross CASH COLLECTIONS AND GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

Healesville Red Cress CASH COLLECTIONS AND GOODS. Mr. Emmerson (treasurer) reports: Receipts for fortnight ended Novem ber 30:-Red Cross: Mrs. L. Myers (card party), £1/17/-; Mrs. Weddell, £1/15/3; Miss Hancock, £1/12/6; Mrs. Boreham, 12/-;a Miss Murton, £5; Mrs H. Furmston, 18/-; Mrs. J. Hume, £5 3/-; Mrs. Courtney, £2/4/-; Horticul tural Society, £3/17/4; Mr. E. Leeder, £1: Mrs, Edgecombe, 10/-; sales of goods, £1/1/9; sale of badge, 1/3; to tal, £25/12/3. Prisoners of War: Mrs. Weddell, £1/6/-; M. Feiglin and Sons, £1/10/-; H. Huxham, £7/19/-;. M.M. B.W. employes, £2/10/-; T. Williams, £1; J. Cook (donation), £5; total, £19 5/-. Miss Murton (secretary) reports: Goods despatched from the Heales ville branch:-Nine long sleeved pull overs, 1 cardigan, 4 sleeveless pull overs, 2 sleeveless cardigans, 1 woollen rug, 3 pairs mittens, 2 pairs gloves, s dressing gowns, 16 pairs pyjamas, 22 quilts, 30 draw sheets, 165 locker bags, 12 pairs socks. At the council meeting a letter from Miss ...

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Yarra Glen Bush Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 December 1942

. Yarra Glen ---c-- Bush Fire Brigade. Realising the need for precautions during the imminent summer, enthus iasm was displayed by members of the Yarra Glen Bush Fire Brigade at the annual meeting last week, when offi cers were elected as follow: --Presi dent, Mr. O. Calvert; vice-president, Mr. M. Towt; hon. secretary, Mr E. B. Robinson; treasurer, Mr. Calvert; captain, Mr. O. D. P. Fleischer; lieu tenants, Messrs. E. N. McDonald, G. H. Bell, C. Ellis, V. Flintoft and R. Howell. The meeting expressed its re gret at the illness of Mr. C. A. N. Mc Donald (a former captain) and Mr. H. L. Clark. The annual report was submitted by the captain, and was adopted. It was decided to join the Lilydale Bush Fire Brigades' Group. School's Patriotic Afternoon. The Yarra Glen State school held its patriotic afternoon last Friday, but, unfortunately, the weather was' decid edly unpropitious, and as a result the attendance was poor. In spite:of this willing hands prepared a tasty meal for the child...

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Multum i[?] Parvo [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 December 1942

Multum i Parvo A single to the c for Healesville misses oft means a suble return. Horseback riding >ecoming notice. ably more popular o he unmade tree lined roadway runr ., parallel with Nicholson street, fro St. Leonard's to Yarra Glen road, in ad of the ama teur equestrians .o ping recklessly through the main s t, endangering other people's livest well as their own-to say nothin of the horses.' Ten years ago this l road was ad vocated for this pu:' e, but the pro posal was vetoed ib use it did no: come from the right arter. The nu merous accidents t! have occurred since then don't ci , and now ap parently the joy i.d: arce preferring the advantages of t!: retly side road themselves, without e aid of local common-sense coerni

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