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The Creation of a Sanctuary [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

The Creation c a Sane' ictu--ry y RoLert E .,,e, `I.l.1 'hie writer wishre: it to be clearly it:r:crstood that the r:atter which wil, follow must not he ;aken as a history of the Sir Colin MacKenzie Sanctuary. Nevertheless, most of it has reference to that beautiful spot. A history of the sanctuary must he done hy some other writer, who will hpve access ao na!`fr:, correspca:: :C, and so forth. In addition, the capacity and Inclina tion must be possesred by anyone who undertakes a work of that kind. Over twenty years ago Dr. Co!'n MacKenzie was grar.ted the use of an area of ground for the purpose of creating a Bureau of Anatomical Re search. The ground set aside was part of the Coranderrk Aboriginal Re serve. It contains about 78 acres, and the Coranderrk River (popularly known as Badger Creek) runs through the area. from end to end. Na more beautiful place can he imagined. The doctor spent a lot of time andl much money in creating the establish ment. He carried out extensive re se...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

Croydon _Mar1et LMonday's w:: ':in especcialI good sale for cattle, pi:;. calves, sheep and poultry. Milking cows brought £13/5/-,, heif ers £1:/5/-, stale £7'7/6; springing cows £11/15/-; yearling heifers up to £5/15/-; store cows £8; heifers £7; fat bullocks, light weight, £13; cows 12i/7/6 heifers £12; beefy cows £10 19/-; choppers £S/15/-; crackers to £t; dairy bulls, small, t7/2/6. Calves.-Large vealers £12, small £6 to £9; calves 50/- to 100/-, small 3i,/- to 45/-, light weights to 20/-.. Pigs.-Extra good sale. Heavy porkers S0/- to 90/-, medium 70/- to So/-. light 50/- to 63/-; light baconers 95/- to 115/-; boars 30/-; chopping sows S6/-; bacon stores 60/- to 80/-, slips 25/- to 40/-; suckers 10/- to 26/6. Sheep.-Full mouth wethers 18/6; two-tooth ewes 19/-, full mouth 12/ to 16/-; lambs-suckers 23/7, woolly 26/-, shorn 18/-, plain 16/- to 18/6. Poultry.-Buyers under supplied.. Cockerels 18/6, draklings 16/-, colored hens 16/4, cock chicks 7/- to 14/-, stags 1:3/-, chicltens ...

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Service Wedding FRAZER—KING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

Service Wedding FRAZER--IING. A quiet wedding was celebrated in St. Clement's Church, Gardenvale, on Saturday, Dcember 4th, when Peggy Marguerite, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wing, of Church street, Healesville, became the wife of Sig, Noel George Frazer (A.I.F.), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Frazer, of Gladstone, Queensland. The bride, who is a member of the W.A.A.A.F.'s, wqre her service uni form, and carried a prayer book, She was given away by her father. The bride's sister. Dorothea (W.A. A.A.F.) acted as bridesmaid, and was also in uniform. The best man was Sig. L. Tressider, A.I.F.

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET December 8 and 9. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

Market Report -4------- MELBOURNE PIG MARKET December 8ýand 9. A large yarding was handled by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. at the Melbourne pig market last week, and this firm's alertness was demonstrat ed again in the fairly steady market, especially for baconers. They landed "tops" again for C. W. Scott. Details of the communication are: We sold 757 pigs and 55 calves. Stores.-Steady enquiry kit lower values, suckers ip/- to 17/-, slips 18/ to 24/-, stores 26/- to 70/-. Porkers.-Light pigs neglected at low values, medium pigs cheaper, heavy pigs 35/- to 88/ . Backfatters.-Shorter supply;. We toppedl market with two C. W. Scott at £13/14/- each; 'others were W. Scott at £11/19/-, A. Dick at £11/6/-, and many- others to £6/6/7. Baconers.-A fairly steady market at values much tie same. We sold some very" fine drafts, as follow-- Eight C. Phayer at £6/17/-," foiiurJ. Williams at £6/1716, five W. Jdhns at £6/15/-, five A. Jackson at £6 10/-, three S. 'Lyle at £6/9/6, five F. T. Lucas ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

DENTISTS L. MR. H. S TJCK (' SURGIEON-D:NTIST VISITS 1IIALE;IMVILE EVERY SATURDAY FOIITNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, JANUARY 8th SATURDAY, ,JANUUARY 22nd SATURDAY, FElIRUARY 5th SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th SATURI)AY, MARCII Ith SATUIRDAY, MARCHII 18th ýI. City Address: i ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: pentral 2607 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK L? SURGEON-DENTIST 3? S a BALACLAVA ROAD (r CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PAMT OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT ' MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kzds of Carrying Effected Safely AI'S AT LOWEST RATES LADIE$S.-WHY WORRY? Write , E. M. Poultin SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES - SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box 'Extra Special, 10/- per Box SWrite for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of gre...

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER £600 Raised by Victory Clu[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

£600D)O Ita;scld vMonthly euchr. : d d Clu ed by the i..le?vi, " aid P.ed Cross ,as ",l? Euchre prizes were waor Olney and Mr. Robinson.i consolations by Mrs. S1 9 Mr. J. Preston. The '. award went to Miss Je:1 L.A.C. L. Burton, and spot u winners were Mrs. V. Mje Mrs. W. Brown. A raffled t (donated by Mrs. R. Coates' by Mrs. A. Stanley (ticket . Euchre.tourneys were coln Mr. M. Olney, Mr. Gardin/e Mr. R. Cochran was in the i and Mr. D. Love was doon? nations were gratefully reci Mr. G. Stainton, £1; Mrs. G 10/-; Mr. C. Desborough, _. mous, 2/-, Cr. S. B. Mowle goods), 1/3; Continental 4/S. The Victory Club thanks materials for sandwiches. ?hi for milk for coffee, and Mr. Laren for cutting bread. As a result of the effort Cross benefited to the fine £20/18/-, making a grand £600 raised by the club in for such a deserving cause. Bush Fire Fears. Owing to the dry season t! politan Board fears that t!s of fires in the watershed are, greater this summer. On :\I chairman of the board (Mr...

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£30,000 Water Scheme To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

£30,000 Water Scheme To the Editor. Sir,-On December 7 I wrote to the president and councillors of the Shire of Healesville as under: "Herewith I tender my resignation from the Healesville Shire Council. For a long time I have been dissatis fled with the administration of the Healesville Water Trust, and proceed ings at a special meeting yesterday to consider extension provided the finishing touch. I failed to secure a seconder to a motion that the engin eer be asked to come up and consult commissioners regarding works in volving an estimated expenditure of approximately £30,000. The reasons given for not bringing the engineer tp were: "1. Cost. £3/3/- to consider a £30,000 sch'eme.) "2. Waste of time. (We have had a shockling water supply for the last 20 years. The delay involved was one week, and the plans are not required until January.) "3. The engineer is an expert. (This attitude of mind is equivalent to put ting the engiheer's intelligence at 100 per cent. the commissioners' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

gfsLN1 S NOTICES De-iroýs of Purchasing or pr?perties in Healesville and i Districts should consult J. DA BORN Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman inds of Insurance Effected i c-istrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IEALESVILLE ,Phone Heales. 42 that 2ace ?1crnney The Big Thing about these Shoes is that they look rght, feel right, give satis faction, and save money for they last longer. Every ting Fashionable in Men's Footwear is here at Prices tat will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SO0LIITORB lullett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS lc., S.A., and Tas. COLLINS ST., M1ELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR REALESVLLE OFFICE tee anod Bradshaw's Buildings Bitween the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVER Y THURSDAY Telephones: l 39 --- i 4380 i - MEMORIAL HALL - :TALKIES To-Night, Saturday JOEL McCREA and LARAINE DAY ......in. .. .. "FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT" "FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT" "FOREIGN CORRESI'O...

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Hospital Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

Hospital Sports By R. R. Cochran. A well attended hospital sports com mittee meeting was held this week, when further progress was reported for Boxing Day. The silver cup for the championship underhand .wood' chop has been purchased, as well as ribbons for the horse events and the championship sash for the wood chop. They will be exhibited in the town during next week.. The committee .decided to hold the championship chop on the main oval, so as all will have a full view of the. contest, which has attracted ten of the best axemen from all parts of Vic toria. This event alone should draw a. huge crowd, and with large entrics rcr ived for other events spectators will have a really enjoyable afternoon. An added attraction is an exhibition of tree felling, .which will be giv.n by MI.. V. S. Kerslake, of Warburton East, who will demonstrate the meth I oc of climbing a treetic cut it down, about 13 feet from the ground. This exhibition will also take place on the main oval, and if it prov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

ý lýl liiiitýaliiiBifiiilill1ilHI8lilllllifilfin |iifiili f lllll lli-? -OE tY THE B[S - FOR BABi t _s Mothers can rely upon this Pharmacy to supply the best of I BABY NEEDS SAsk our opinion, which will be gladly give os il . matters concerning Baby's welfare. Bartold's Pharmacy. S Opp.P.O., HEALESVILLE ?hs 20 (Alter Herr, Pb.e a eHInIlmHI IInHIIIHIIIIhIIIflhIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIII MISS McDONALD, Manageress IDON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Fire? Protect Your Homes and 3 Furniture By Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney H. Bradshaw Representative for UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE s Other Classes of Insurance Effected as well MacNamara's Augmented Road and Rail Services Lilydale to Healesville on Xmas Eve, December 24th CONNECTING TRAINS LEAVE FLINDERS STREET Railway Station (No. 2 Platform): 10.10 a.m . 3.52 p.m. 5.25 p.m. 0.28 p.m. * ., 9.10 p.m. CHRISTMAS DAY: 10.10 a....

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam. Forbearance and the exercise of Christian principles are attributes sadly lacking in the world to-day perhaps more so now than ever be fore. Let each of us-in our own in dividual sphere-radiate good will and brotherly love, and soon many of the troubles that harass us will be dis solved as the mist in the morning, and the glorious rewards of Christian en deavor will shine through and make the world a better place to live in. Twelfth annual meeting of Heales ville Horticultural Society was well at tended, and there was a splendid dis play of blooms. The year's hipt'; st point competition resulted:-- iliss Shaw, 1; Mrs. McGlynn, 2; Miss Ing pen, 3. Mr. Errey was thankied for interest shown. Oifice-bearers elected were:--President, .Mr. C. Snell: vice presicrents, Miss S sw and Mr. L. J. Adam; secretary ýnd treasurer, Mr. Cunner. Dissertations by Messrs. Er rey on flower and veget:.hle exhibits were apprcciated. The Rev. and Mrs. Muxw?' thy a-nd Mrs. Adam an...

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Healesville Water Trust [?]WAR IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

IPpOV EMENTS. 1 l the Healesville , in.cot Ireported:- 'r itt tthe request of J, 0rs shown on the at duhunlitted as urgent, : cluded in any urgent in. The trust will ap t!h 'roc i:o t the original th"e only designed to t ece ol f the closely-settled te f Hlcscille. The town was of two No. 6-in. hi1 were iadequate for red ot Healesville. From 1 r ~eticulation small mains .ltelded outwarLlds for some Tltis policy in the past was • .te, as long lengths of .9 oru uless mains have been et o the height of summer, t: the water is most needed, en btad flow pressures occur. Sý bas discussed in my o'e 'aperct h 3a . 1 939, and the S hich these conclusions were I ta cshown in the tabulation of presues recorded in appendix ptst report. These records show ethv that mains less than 3-in. h ter snhould never have beer. laid, 1 ,r the only reason why any su'p lall !:s been afforded through I tit' mntains is due to the very P S: reticulation pr:essures available I e greater part of Heale''ville. I o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

M AN-PUW E for DAIRY FARMS Immediate release of persons from the Army or elsewhere i to help you to increase pro duction can now be arranged. Australia MUST produce quarter of a gallon more MORE milk products to' milk from every cow every feed the British people and day unless "additional man the hundreds of thousands power is made available. of fighting men being assembled for the offensive It has accordingly approved against Japan. of a large-scale release of The Government realises men from the Army and less that many dairy farms can- essential war industries for not reach the objective of a this special purpose. DAIRYMEN MAY OBTAIN THE MANPOWER THEY NEED EITHER BY (1) Nominating persons previously employed by them and now in the Army or elsewhere for immediate return to their employment; OR OR (2) Indicating their willingness to employ any experienced person to help them to increase milk production. All applications for man-powcr, which will be promptly dc?~i with, shouli be mad...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

WEDDING FRAZER-KING.-In St. Clement's Church, Gardenvale, Peggy Marguer- ite (W.A.A.A.F.), elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. King, Church street, Healesville, to Sig. Noel George Frazer (A.I.F.), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Frazer, Gladstone, Queens- land. Annual suLsci: _. to ar.- 1'1. MIorwell Hodges Edi Telephone 31

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Healesville A.L.P. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

Healesville A.L.P. ANNUAL MEETING. Annual meeting of the Healesville A.L.P., held. in .Bradshaw's auction rooms, drew a good attendance. Be ing the last meeting for the year, sea sonal felicitations were exchanged. Secretary Starr's review of the year's activities showed that two elec tions had been held in which the branch actively participated, and al though candidates were unsuccessful an increased Labor vote was recorded. The treasurer's statements* proved satisfactory, and it was decided to ex amine the possibility of holding an entertainment next year. President Shiells said the branch had the nucleus of a strong ladies' committee, and socialities would aid branch funds. Appreciative references were made to the secretary's work, and 'he than.k ed members for support. Office-bearers elected were:-Presi dent, Mr. E. Shiells; secretary, Mr.,A. Palmer; assistant secretary, Mr. A. King, treasurer, Mr. R. S. Grove; committee, Messrs. Dillon,' Fry and Elligett. Successful Social. Ano...

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Early Healesville To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 December 1943

Early Healesville To the Editor. Sir,--I a'm a inere'2tlooker who has a word to say in favor of Mrs. Fin lay's assertion that Tonne-be-wong is correctly Toole-be-wong. I read that she has "retired from the battle" after writing simple and kindly little ar +icles and not expecting to cause strife. I do not consider she owes any apology whatever. The Lands de partment map and name a place, and that is the beginning and end of it, and though people (or Miss Shaw's, dear blacks) may have their own names for places the fact remains, and there can be no other authbrity. But does it really matter if the mountain is Tonne or Toole? The main thing is to let people call it what they like as long as it keeps them happy. We hope to get more of Mrs. Fin lay's friendly little iarticles, without people flying at her ;throat. Let them have a go at the Lands department, and see how these. several knowledge able people get on.-Yours, etc., PETER, KENNEDY. Heidelberg, 14/12/43.

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Gala Ball FOR BLIND BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

Gala Ball FOR BLIND BABIES. Owing to few visitors being in Healesville, there was not the large crowd hoped for at the ball last Fri day, in the Memorial Hall, to aid the Royal Blind Institute. Nevertheless, the satisfactory sum of £35 was net ted, which reflects great credit on the new president and secretary of the Healesville auxiliary, who dis charged their onerous duties zealous ly, thereby worthily upholding the re putation of this body of workers has for charity entertainments. The stage was decked out with fol iage and lovely blooms donated by Mr. Gunner and Mesdames Pomeroy, Lemke and Coates. Dancing was very pleasurable, the hall not being over crowded, and Mr. Gardiner keeping things going in his usual breezy style: He declared Mr. and Mrs. Barron the winners of the lucky spot dance, while Monte Carlo prizes were won by Mrs. W. Law and Les. Gardiner, and Mrs. Dornom, partnered by Mr. Carkeek. Lucky caps were sold by Mrs. W. Brown, the winning number being held by Mr. R. S...

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EVERY MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

EVERY MONDAY 9.30 a.m.-Sundries, Furniture, Timn ber, Iron and Implements. 11.30.-Horses, Harness and Vehicles 12.-8uckers, Slips, Stores, Sows. P 12 noon.-Poultry. 1 p.m.-Porkers, Baconers and Back* fatters. 1.30.-Vealers, Calves, Milking Cows. 2 p.m.-Springers, Cows and Stores. 2.30.-Fat and Stole Sheep. 3 p.m.-Bulls and Late Sales, Calves and Pigs. 3 p.m.-Fat Bullocks, Cows and Chop pers. 2 p.m., Fridays, Furniture Sales. Shopping Stalls, Monday and Friday. District Agents Mitchell and Co. Farm Machinery and Implements. Large stocks on hand. Easy terms arranged. Owing to transport restrictions, drov ors and good agistment paddocks Lre available at Croydon. For Carriers and Crates, 'phone Croy., don 45 early previous week,

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THE SEASON'S GREETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

THE SEASON'S GREETINGS. We take the opportunity of ex tending to readers the compli ments of the Christmas season, with every good wish for the coming year. Successful Scholars. The following Healesville State school pupils gained merit certificates this year:-Jack Hort, Ron Roy, Rod ney Mills, Douglas Olney, Brian Bige low, Clem Matthews, Graham Palmer, Ruth Cor:cs, Fairley Chandler, Jean McLaren, Valda Dyson, Eunice Mur roll, Shirley Andrews, Dorothy Peters, Joan Cochran, Bernice Coutts, Wilma Gunn, Shirley Batholomew, Wilma Watters, Enid Morse, June Robinson. A number are going on to various see ondary schools, including nine to the Lilydale H.E.S., two to the J. H. Boyd College, and same to Box Hill Tech nical School. So great was the rush for enrolment at Lilydale that several had to be refused owing to lack of accommodation, Such conditions per tained to all Melbourne schools this year, one having 700 applicants for 400 vacancies. Parents of Grade 6 children should make early ...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

Croydon Market Monday's was a heavy yarding, with all lines selling well. Milking cows £15, heifers £13/10/-; springing cows £10; store cows £6/10/ to £8, heifers £7: fat bullocks £15; cows £12/10/-; heifers £11/2/6; beefy cows £10; choppers £6 to £8; crack ers to 5/10/-; small daily bulls £5 10/-. Calves.-Large vealers £10/17/6, small £6/10/- to £8/10/-; calves 80/ to 120/-, small 30/- to G0/-, light to 25/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 72/- to 85/-, medium 60/- to 70/-, light 45/- to 60/; baconers 95/- to 112/-; boars 38/-; chopping sows 72/-; bacon stores 50/ to 75/-; slips 25/- to 38/-; suckers 10/- to 27/-. Sheep.-Two tooth wethers 24/-, four tooth 20/-; four tooth ewes 17/6, full mouth 15/6; lambs-suckers 23/ to 27/9, woolly 26/-, shorn 18/- to 21/-, plain 14/- to 17/6, ewes 6/10, crackers 4/1. Poultry.-Cockerels 15/- to 18/-, drakelings 20/- to 26/-, colored hens 14/- to 17/9, cock chicks 8/- to 12/-, stags 12/-, chickens 3/6 to 8/6, chicks to 3/-, pullets 17/-, hen and chicks 50/-, ...

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