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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

Popula a By L. . . -. I extend to ' °ra2l'er aovetyv wish for the ='\a? '-j?.e' r'],".l; May we all fin fi "',.ore and strength in the 'promises made incar nate on Christmas Day. A Christmas treat was given to about 70 scholars of St. John's Sun day school last Saturday. An appe tising tea was enjoyed, and whe:' Father Christmas arrived the Christ mas tree was laden with presents for everybody. After the distribution and best wishes for a happy Christmas, the kiddies were each given a hag of sweets. Those who helped make the evening so successful were Mesdame.s ~ canley, A. Purnell, H. Fairbanik, Ti "aylor, Bartlett, Ferris and Miss nsen. St. .ohn's Sunday school anniver ry vwCs held at the 11 a.m. service on Sunday, about 60 being present. After an interesting address by the i tev. S. J. 2.Iuxworthy, prizes and cer tificates from the Sunday Schools' As sociation of the Diocese of Melbourne were presented. Carols and a solo . evensong were appreciated. On Wednesday the bowling club ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fascism v. Communism To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

Fascism v. Communism To the Editor. Sir,-I would like to draw the at tention of the public, t'rough the medium of your paper, to the erron cous statement of Comm.,:,dt·r 'I . Bower, M.P., at the annu'.ti meeting of the Cleveland Unionist Associatin, i.ublished in the Melbour''? 'Ierall" of December 11. "Many firitishers" he says, "make the mis ,-ka of asso clating Fascism vaguely with the Right in politics. Fascism is a politi cal disease of the Fascists, and Com munists, who differ little in practice, are merely Socialists in a hurry.' This !s a most vicious statement, for Fas cism is Capitalism with its back to the wall-Capitalism in its most vici ous and reactionary form. It is open terrorist dictatorship over the people. It crushes trade unionism and, with it, the right of the workers to appeal against any harsh conditions that the capitalists (the ruling class, who own the means of production) care to im pose on them. Socialism, on the other hand, encourages trade unionism, rai...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

A Thought for To-day. Although satanic forces, through slaughter and fiendish persecution, are seeking to destroy Him, Christ lives to-day and is re-born in the hearts of all who suffer for His cause. -It will surely be written of every tyrant, as it was written of Herod "But when he was dead." Goodness, liberty and all that, Christ brought to us by the way of Bethlehem will live and triumph. That. is our faith. Death :of Mrs. Everard. It is with deep regret that we re cord the death of Mrs. Everard, wife of the Holi. W. H. Everard, M.L. . In consequence of the grief he has suffered Mr. Everard has cancelled n'l engagements and will spend a few weeks with his son, Mr. Hugh Ex 3r ard. In Mr. Everard's absence his du ties will be attended to by Mr. 'Holl way, M.L.A.

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Hospital Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

Hospital Sports By R. R. Cochran. Interest in the Boxing Day sports in Queen's Park oval has increased con b!derably during the last few days, since it has become known that good entries have been received for wood chopping events. Naturally, chief in terest centres in the championship underhand chop, which has attracted ten of the best axemen in Victoria. Among the entrants are A. E. New combe, from Colac, who was the back marker at the sports here in May. Warburton is represented by V. S. Kerslake and R. L. Treloar, while L. Barker will carry the Marysville ban-' ner. Healesville will rely on the local champion, Barney Richards, to win the honor. His opponents will be his brothers, R. J. (Dick), from Mel bourne, and H. F., from Noojee. An other worthy competitor from Gipps land is W. J. (Jim) Caldwell, of 13oo lara, one of the well known family of axemen. Melbourne will be represent ed by W. Campbell, of Coburg, and W. G. Wiltshire, Hawthorn. With such a galaxy of talent, it is sm...

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Australian "Villagers" in Crete CONTINUE TO DEFY GERMANS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

Australian "Villagers" in Crete CONTINUE TO DEFY GERMANS. The Brisbane "Courier Mail" pro vides the following special message from London, despatched on Novem ber 12: For two years since the capitulation of Crete dozens of Australians of the First Expeditionary Force, assuming the clothes, habits, speech, and even the moustaches of Cretains, have been roaming the island's hills and villages in defiance of the German occupation forces. Germans trying to hunt them down have had discouraging results. These Australian fugitives work in vine yards and villages until the approach of the Germans sends them to the hills, where they live a primitive cave man existence, subsisting on snalls and meagre supplies of food and wine, until they can return to the village. An amazing story of these Austral-, Ian guerrillas has been told by Lance Bombardier Sydney Robinson, of Liverpool, who has just returned home with a charming Cretan wife. le shared with many Australians a Robin Hood-like existence...

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Lost in the Bush To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

Lost in tie Bush To the Editor. Sir,--I desire, through your col umns, to express my grateful thanlks to all those good men who gave their valuable time and labor during the search for my husband, Douglas Blaikie, who became lost in the busil pountry near Marysville on October 31. I am particularly indebted to Constable Knight and Messrs. Doig, Spark, Walker and J. Lewis, who do voted much time and effort in organ !sing the search parties and planning the next day's program. I regret that I do not know the names of other helpers to whom I am also indebted. Believing that my husband has met with a fatal mishap, a reward of £50 will' be paid to any person discover ing his body.-Yours, etc., FLORRIE BLAIKIE. Collingwood street, Sandringham.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

WANTED TO BUY Bags-Any Quantity. You are at liberty to sell your bags to any licensed buyer THERE IS NNO OBLIGATION TO RETURN EMPTY CHAFF BAGS TO PRODUCE MERCHANTS H. PHILIPPE LILYDALE ROAD, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 197 There's no better advertising medium than HEALESVILLE "GUARDIAN".

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

BUSIN1ES1 NOTICE'S Deairors of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and dDistricts should consult J DAi ORN eal Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman ..,,..--.- l!ndo of Insurance Effected Il:eistr:'r for Births and Deaths IOLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE ,phone Heales. 42 that- -- aOe ?Io 2ne j The Big Thing about these Shoes is that they look right, feel right, give satis faction, and save money for they last longer. Every thing Fashionable in Men's Footwear is here at Prices hat will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nikholson St., HEALESVILLE. 80LIOlITOBs illett & Langford SOLICITORS BS and COMMISSIONERS ORO AFFIDAVITS le., 8.A., and Tas. OOTLINS ST., MELBOURBN JITEND AT THEIR VLrVILrJE OFFICE nd radIhaw's Buildlngs Bltren the hours of 3 p.m. and G p.m. EVERY THUJTRSDAY -----o_.._U 41 'elephones : 39 -- -- 1U 4380 MEMORIAL HALT, TALKIES SATURDA?Y, I)':CEMBIER 25th ' Gene Tierney and Randolph Scott 1i "'Hl.LL.E STAR" "!''ILLIE STAR" "''ILLE S...

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WAR MOVING TO CLIMAX. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

WAR MOVING TO CLIMAX. People of the Allied Nations will enter 1944 with feelings of hope and optimism not unstinted with a fore taste of tribulation, for the coming year will undoubtedly prove to be the year of a great final test. Eventually -perhaps soon-we shall see titanic new battles on European soil. The development of this global struggle will doubtless extend to the Pacific, for many informed observers believe that the tempo of the war with Japan will quicken as the European conflict nears its climax. While early victory is not yet in sight, we can reasonably discount gloomy predictions, made in some quarters, of a ten-year war, or "years of fighting ahead." A balance between the two extremes seems more in accord with the probabilities. The fact that this war has already outlast ed the last has little bearing on esti mates of the duration of hostilities. In this war the actual fighting is spread over a far greater area, the fronts are many and diverse, and the enemy is firmly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

Don't fill your bath with COAL! Every member of your family can save 2 bags of coal a year by taking short slhowers instead of warm baths. RememibMc-eoal is vital to victory. BE A FUEL WATCHER IN YOUR OWN HOME BE SAVED Isurd bhr , Co.mmwwesisth C.d Cemm.ios IKestle & Newton 'Phone Healeaville 22 East End Timber Yard NOW AVAILABLE IN LARdE OR SMALL QUANTITIES CHICK FEED ALSO CARTRIDGES and BULLETS (Strictly under Permit) Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Read Junction) Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SHQPPIN( OENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought IHIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed .. ................................................. ...." ...........a. - ..... ... ... NN............... ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MIEAT AT THE LOW T' PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYW RjJB All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

A BOMBER EVERY HOUR Huge B-24 Liberator bombers are lined up on the final assembly line of the Ford Willow Run plant In the U.S. Middle West. Built with the help of an intricate system of conveyor belts patterned upon .c$'.. :i .:; Ford's famous automo bile construction tech nique, the four-motored bombers are being pro duced for United Nations' battlefronts. Right: The nose sec tion of a 8-24 Consoli dated Liberator. She's powered by four 18 cylinder radials of I 200 horse power each {-Ir. speed is well over 300 4 miles en hour. No Myth About Ford's Bomber-an-hour Schedule "Flying a round trip of more Germany along with fleets of other notable British and American than 1,400 miles, a small force aircraft. of Allied -manned Liberators To-day these Liberators are pour. attacked Japanese shipping at ing out of the Ford Willow .Run factory and the goal of one-bomber Waingapoe, Netherlands Indies an-hour is in sight, if not already yesterday." achieved. Not long ago an American dcable p...

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The Creation of a Sanctuary [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

The Creation of a Sanctuary By Robert Eadie, M.B.E. Mr. Elverd performed a lot of hard work in the early stages. He could successfully handle all kinds of ani mals, and was a most expert trapper of cats. Bird life was suffering se verely through the depredations of these felines. There were many cats that had gone wild and made their homes In the cover which the place provided. I think I am right in stat .ng that he trapped s5 cats. They were not all wild, for a goodly num ber of those trapped had travelled from surrounding residences. Quite a number of people were lamenting the loss of their pet tabbies. When they had retired they left their pets appar ently settled down for the night, and in the warm and comfortable position which a house offers to these warmth loving creatures. Dismay eventuated when it was discovered that a visit to the sanctuary while the owners slept was the explanation of their ab sence from the breakfast table. Some of these animals travelled over a mile fro...

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Healesville Shire Council DECEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

i lle Shire C.encil DSCEBE ING . S Cr Cameron (president), : arton, Johnston, Daw -? onA'apology was received - Bam. CONDOLENCE. decided to forward an ex ? de sypthy to the Hon. W; rd, sao .L.A., in the regretted ert O rs. Everard. O1RESPONDENCE" COeth Salvage Commis CORting that it was desired that stthounld ominate a chairman _re moembers elected to a .om sIvrequested in previous cor S Cr. Murton was elected 8den of? committee including d frs. Strachan Smith and CoDepartent, asking if coun pad any objection to closing a in parish of Monda and the sale to Mr. R. D. Gault.-Tabled Stoonth. ntry Roads Board, approving of iations for Spragg's road.-Re G. L. Chandler, M.L.C., ac lledging council's letters relative additional permanent police officer increased educational facilities Healesville, and saying he would his influence to obtain them.-To thanked Cdric Supply Department, inti ng that spacing of street lamps d be red.ced to a minimum of feet and a maximum wattage of cost to the c...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET December 15 and 16. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

Ma rket Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET December 15 and 10. While there was nd material alter ation in baconers, Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. had a splendid sale at the Melbourne pig market last week. Backfatters were in short supply, but better values reigned. The report of this enterprising firm is as follows:- Stores.--Quiet at late lower rates. 16/-, to 20/-. Porkers.-No . demand. for short, thick desciptions, 30/- to :42/-; -long and heavy 48/- to 73/-; extra to 86/6. Backfatters.-Short supply at better values. We topped the market. for A. Meier.at £138/14/-; then Bradshaw ,and Sinclair at £11/19/-; H. Slade £11 19/-, J. G. Homewood £11/9/-,'P. and L. Gorman £10/4/-,'A.:L. Wood £9 16/-, G. M. Ford £8/13/-, A. Reden back £8/I., A. Meier £8/11/-, Estate Mrs. Roche £8/4/-, Len Tainton. £8/1/, etc: Baconers:.-No material alteration, We had a splendid: sale, including six Jas. Cobain at £6/10/6, six M. J. Reilly at £6/4/6, seven P.= Gorman at £6/2/-, four 'G.' Olier at>£6/1/6, two R...

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Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

Hea!esvil!e Police Court )r .?RSDAY, DECEMBER 16. S h " Iathew Maloney was charged ..tT?x ontravention of a special per n.' `g cting a motor truck driven by Sear Fernshaw on August 1S. He eaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. Mullett. Hugh Robert McDonald, a Country Roads Board officer, produced a copy of the permit issued by the board t0. defendant, and a minute book show ing granting of the permit. Police testimony was to the effect that defendant was intercepted at s.-3, p.m. He was driving a truck laden with peppermint logs, and me chanical weighing devices .showed it to be overloaded. Questioned, Maloney said the tim ber was heavier thain he expected. He was taking it from Marysville to Healesville. Cross-examination of the police witness revealed that the truck was stopped near the Fernshaw road bridge, on the Healesville-Alexand'a road. This section of the road was shown by Mr. Mullett to be outside the C.R.B. control, and this fact, and some other element of doubt, cause...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

HIII lllIIIllII lllIIIIIII lllllllllllllllllllllIIIII IIIIIrIIII IF IO Y ITH B[ST SIs Good Enough - fOR BABY : r Mothers can rely upon this Pharmacy to supply the best of BABY NEEDS Ask our opinion, which will be gladly given oN all matters concerning Baby's welfare. " Bartold's Pharmacy -ý OQpp. P.O, HEALESVIILLE. Phe, 120 (After Haurs, Phma. Qs *IlllmIIlIIIIIIIIIllIl IIIIIlllllIIIIlIIIIIllllll MISS McDONALD, Manageress DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By FLre! Protect Your Homes and 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 E Other Classes of Insurance Effected, as well MacNamara's Co-Ordinated Daily Road Services HEALESVILLE-LTLYDALF- -ME?LBOURNE for Motor Repairs and Service . . :For Comfort and Convenience use the Co-ordinated Services. No endorsement of rail tickets necessarc. IMPORTANT.-24 Hours' Notice...

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THE WATER QUESTION LACK OF CONFIDENCE MOTION CARRIED AT PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

THE WATER QUESTION LACK OF CONFIDENCE MOTION CARRIED AT PUBLIC MEETING. Prior to the Healesville Shire Coun cil meeting on Monday Mr. J. B. Cook, proprietor of "Kalymna Park" guest house, was re-invested in municipal honors by the shire president (Cr. A. Cameron). Mr. Cook had resigned from the council because of his dis satisfaction with affairs connected with the Healesville Water Trust, and as his nomination for re-election was unopposed he said-when acknow ledging Cr. Cameron's felicitations on the Memorial Hall doorstep, in the presence of Crs. Barton and Murton- that he accepted this as a renewal of the ratepayers' confidence in him. It proved, he said, that he had the rat: payers behind him. Later in the day, during the water trust meeting, Cmr. Cook reiterated these viev,'n in resounding tones, and said t~iat if the trust would not listen to him, then it would not listen to the voice of Healesville. 'Have it your own way!" he 'sad in another instance in which he failed to ob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

MR. H. STOC . ',, * SURGEON-DENTI . j VM1TS HEALESVILL Cf ý , gY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS: SATUJRDAY, JANUARY sth SATURDAY, JANUARY 22nd SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th . I SATURDAY, MARCH 4th SATURDAY, MARCH 18th City Address: S?- A.LSTON BUILDINGS 1S ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: aentral 2567 - Healeaville 1651 MR. FRANK H. COOK . OISURGEON-DENTIST 310 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VIIIrm HEALSVILLE 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 ELIJVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 A<ll Wiad of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M.* Pou ton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Boex Writo for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great intere...

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Rural Factories Offer Plan for Decentralisation [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 December 1943

[THIS VILLAGE INDUSTRY makes welding equipment for use in those larger Ford factories which are devoted exclusively to the mass construction of bomber planes, heavy tanks and other war weapons] Rural Factories Offer Plan for Decentralisation Proof of the success of Henry Ford's experiments in decen- tralisation of industry is found to-day in distinguishable human   terms in tiny communities dot- ting the countryside miles from the huge River Rouge Ford plant at Dearborn, Michigan. WHEN a dozen or so die and     stencil makers in one of the departments at the Rouge Plant were told a few years ago that their work was to be shifted to a century old grist mill in the little village some 20 miles out of the country, there were mutterings of disapproval. It would take some very hard tugging to-day, to pull any of those men, or others that have been added since, away from their benches in the big, light roomy and clean mill shop, or their cosy homes a...

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A Cinderella Town "The Hills of Home," "The Caravan Passes," etc. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

A Cinderella Town 3y Eileen Finlay. Author of 'The H-'ills of Home," 'The Caravan Passes," etc. Of course everybody in Australia knows there is a town called Heales ville, but. there are many, many peo ple who do not know there is a little town about 100 miles from Melbourne which boasts the un-poetic name of Brown Coal, It is not because it is , n::-r -:, t that it i; .ot known. It is indeed most important, for it hous es in its bare, bleak streets-or street --the very men who work day and night to allow people at Lilydale, and as far off as Portland and (I think) Omeo, to put out their hand to a switch which gives them the blessed light. or their food or their warmth. And I thought, when I went there, that these are the places one should know about, for we are inclined to become smug when we live in lonely towns like ours. Nobody would go there for a holiday, for it is singulari 13y unbeautiful, and though it has its tennis court and its hall, it struck me as being stark and almos...

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