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Healesville Water Trust MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

Healesville Water Trust MONTHLY MEETING. . At last meeting the following cor-, respondence was dealt with: State Treasury, extending period for reception of .programn' of post-war works.-Received. Mullett and Langford, acknowledg ing instructions regarding transfers from Messrs. Hangar and Poqleit. Received. F. Johnstone, for permission to con-, nect a half-inch service for Mr. Slater, Ryan's: road, off.. Chum.-Creek., road.-, Granted. Government Gazette, approving overdraft of £1500.-Received. R. M. Scott, giving details of pre liminary pewerage ,report.--Referred to council, on motion of Cmrs. Cook and Barton. Rainfall. Mr. R. Eadie reports:--The follow ing is the official record of rainfall for the year 19413 at Healesville. Total lainfall, 35.46; this is about five inch es below average. The wettest month was June (181 points); the driest Feb ruary 1.53 points): highest tempera ture, December 31, 111 degrees. Street Brawl. As the result of & brawl at the cor ner of Nicho...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam., At evensong in St. John's Church of England on December 26 carols were sung by the choir. Mr. A. Swln nerton, a visitor from Melbourne, ren dered "The Holy City," which was much appreciated. The sermon was given by the Rev. S. J. Muxworthy. On New Year's Day the Healesville Tennis Club held a mixed doubles tournament on the: courts in Queen's Park. A number of visitors partici pated. It being a warm afternoon, the service .of afternoon tea was en joyed. Results were:-N. Ginger and Purnell, 23;'IAdam and Miss Lawson, 18; Hardham and Miss Oakley. 18; Mandie and Mrs. O. King, 13; Pockett and Miss Madill, 13;" Pitt and Miss Decry, 11; Oakley and Miss Cleary, 11; Taylor and Miss Eastman, -10; Perrin and Mrs. Stanley, 8; Buxton and Mrs. Buxton, 8. Three tournaments were held by Healesville Bowling Club during the holidays. On. December 29 results were:-J. Fairbank and Baxter, 27 (winners); Tozer and Mrs. Murn, 18; Bartholomew and Occleshaw, 17; Marshall and Ru...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

COAL were sold by the POUND! If coal were sold by tjre lb. you'd be staggered by the thou sands of lbs. you use eath year simply by switching on elec tricity! Save electricity ahnd SAVE.,COAL! BE A FUEL WATCHER IN YOUR OWN HOME C , I,,u.,d by the Commonn'eal,h Coat Commijsiou E5-32 ?..ff.3 i . . . i Kestle & Newton I 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard I NOW AVAILABLE IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES C**HICK FEED ALSO CARTRIDGES and BULLETS (Strictly under Permit) Fernshaw Road, Healesville * (St. Leonard's Road 'Junction) *........... ......................................................... .n..s Healesville Fliurniture Arcade W. J. AUGER y. FERNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought IIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES I I -Best Workmanship add Materials Guaranteed Public Notice I ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICESI OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

pUner. NOTICES of Purchasing or roperties in Healesville and Districts should consult DA WBORN Estate and Business Agent operty Salesman d of Insuralnc Effected BIastrar for Births andt Deaths ON ST., ILEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 that aoe 77ctetj Big Thing about these es is that they look t, feel right, give satis 'on, and save money ihey last longer. Every g Fashionable in Men's near is here at Prices t ill appeal to your e of Reasonableness. SHOE STORE holson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLIOITOER ett & Langford 801CITOgS ORS and COMMISSIONEBS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ie., .A., and Tas. IlNS ST., M?M- nOUBNE a~I?D AT THEIR RALESVILLE OFFICE and Bradshaw's Buildings 6e-n the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. l'ERy TIIURSDAY Telephoues: S -_ MU,'436o MEMORIAI, HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday' Jeanette McDonald and Robert Youn? .....in ..... "O AIR O," "CAIRO" "CAIRO" William Boyd and Lola Lane lrn "LOST CANYON" "LOST CANYON" "LOST CANYON" MONDAY, JANUARY 10th Gary Cooper and Teresa Wright its "PRIDE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

Is Good [nogh ! FOR BABY Mothers can rely upon this Pharmacy to supply the best of. BABY.- .ENDS Ask our opinion, which will be gladly given on all matters concerning Baby's welfare. Bartold's Pharmacy S Opp.P.O, HEALESVII. rse. e 120 (After Hurs, Phone Z = IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IhIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIII HIl MISS McDONALD, Manageress 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 I Other Classes of Insurance Effectedy as well .......................\\............. . . . . . . ....... ...\..\\. * ....................................... . . ...N.... ) . -..... ....\\.\\.\???- - - MacNamara's Co-Ordinated Daily Road Services HEALESVILLE-LILYDALE- -MELBOURNE for Motor Repairs o and Service . . For Comfort and Convenience use the Co-ordinate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

'DENTISTS MR. H. ST:,Ci [ SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS IIEALESY:ILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, JANUARY 8th SATURDAY, JANUARY 22nd SATURI)AY, FEBRUARY 5th SATURDI)AY, FEBRUARY 19th SATURDAY, M;\RCH 4th SATURDAY, MARCH 18th City Address: JALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Pentral 2507 Healesvllle 151 :MR. FRANK H. COOK L SURGEON-DENTIST l 210 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD YISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY L THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment' AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 RUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTItI" MAURICE ,CHANDLER OLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Rinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulthn SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE \IEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price,. 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and WVor.en will find it of great interest All Cor...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE GERDES.-Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gerdes and Family desire to Thank all relatives and friends for telegams,   letters and personal expressions of sympathy during their recent sad be- reavement. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude? 22 Karo street, Frankston. IN MEMORIAM WEST.-In loving memory of my dear husband and our loving father, John West, who lost his life on 10th   January in Rubicon bush fires, 1939. Always remembered. -Inserted by his loving family. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Anntal subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1944

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PLANNING, PLUS ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

' PLANNING, PLUS ACTION. In the last few months there has been some evidence of a more settled national mind and a consequent clari fication of national thought. People are beginning to examine more close ly the shape of things to come, and to appreciate more keenly some of the problems that will follow immediate ly after the war. Recent public pro nouncements by our leaders, repre senting both main schools of political and economic thought, have reflected the vision of the future that is now coming so much more closely into focus than it was earlier in the war. It is evident that the general outline of reconstruction plans and require ments are taking shape, and that these plans are based on a clearer ap preciation of the trend and goal of humanity's strivings. The vital ur gency of war has demonstrated the inadequacy of our economic idols, and their downfall is assured, if not al ready accomplished. At the same time there are certain signs that our political leaders have not allow...

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The Creation of a Sanctuary [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

The Creation of a Sanctuary oi Fboe:l Fndie, M.B.E. cj?not l rally blame those fl of the colmmittee who show -.r?s in the early days, for I 'e f"oesthey considered that the 'oulde Iwo b : liability and not r:e to the district. It is only S~s?sta? te that they eventually thes weig'ht into the proposi ::t ,?ve -ood service later on. fie iictiol gradually developed the council members and the :?n remben The question was raised at council meetings as to i rait of the advisory members to :' the meetings. We certainly ~dt the right to attend except by .ato. That we did possess. Le advtaic \vas sought and obtained the council as to the position. Out is a peculiar situation was dis It was ascertained that when committee of management was inted it applied to members indi , and not to them as a council. tuId appear, for convenience' sake members of the council were ap .ed to manage the area concern The corporate body had no stand in the matter and could not dis San) moneys on the upkeep of pl...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

Croydon Market There was a heavy yarding of cattle, pigs and poultry on Monday, and all sold well. Milking cows brought £15, heifers £12115/-, .stale £7/5/-; springing cows £13, .springing :heifers £11/5/-; store cows £7/10/-; "heifers £7; fat bullocks £12/10/-; cows £12/10/-; heifers £11 10/-; .beefy cows £10; choppers £6 to £8/10/-; crackers to £5. Calves.- Large vealers £11/7/4, small .£6/10/- to £8/10/-; calves 50,i to 110/-, small 25/- to 45/-, light1 weights to 18,-.. Pigs.-Medium porkers 85/-, lighit 45/- to 75/-; light baconers 80/- :oi 04/-; boars 51/6; bacon stores 40/- to. 70/-;. slips .28/- to 3.4/-; suckers 14/ to 25/-; sows £5. Sheep.-Easier. Four-tooth wethers 21/-, full-mouth 17/6; full-mouth ewes 12/-. to 14/-; lambs-woolly. ,22/11, shorn 16/- to 21/-, plain 14/- o 17/6," store lambs 15/6; crackers 4/6; rams 16/-. Poultry.-Cockerels 12/- to 1S., draklings. 26/-,!-colored hens 12/- to -17/6, cock-chicks-4Q t ~..13/-, ,Stads 13/-, chickens 3/- to 8/9 chicks to 2/6, sp...

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Single Rail Tickets to Remain QUESTION TO BE REVIEWED LATER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

Single Rail Tickets to Remain QUESTION TO BE REVIEWED LATER. -.-,---- A deputation from the Lillydale Shire Council recently waited upon the Victorian Railways Commission ers with the object of seeking re-in statement of the issue of day return rail tickets to stations beyond Lily dale-a measure which has lately been introduced. In reply to the deputation the Com missioners pointed out that originally day return fares were introduced to encourage train travel when the de partment was competing with road transport. While road transport competition ,had been greatly reduced, changed circumstances due to the war demand ed the temporary withdrawal of the concession. A considerable factor in the situation, the Commissioners ex plained, was the limited supply of coal available, which had compelled'the de partment to greatly reduce services throughout Victoria. As coal stocks remained low and it was essential to hold a reserve for urgent defence movements, the Commissioners felt bound, and...

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Hospital Sports NEW RECORD CREATED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

Hospital Sports NEW RECORD CREAT D. The Boxing Day sports meetin,. conducted efficiently by the Heale: ville Hospital Sports committee to aWi the new building fund, was held un der ideal conditions on Queen's Par'k oval. It was no surprizc that such a varied and well balanced program at tracted the largest attendance to date here to witness a sports meeting, and from comments freely expressed all were highly satisfied with the feast of entertainment provided. Good en tries and closely contested events were the order, and these, together with the fact that all events were run to schedule, were responsible fo: much praise. The championship underhand wood chop, staged on the main arena, was the main attraction. Prior to the start of this event the ten contestans -the b'est of Victorian axemen corn pcting at the present time-were in troduced to the specf . , the pre ,sdent (Mr. R. R. Ceo 1) through the amplifier. The chain.,ionship was evenly contested from start to fin ish, and Mr. H. ...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. December 22 and 23. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

Market. Report v- MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. December 22 and 23. Baconers, choppers, porkers and stores were the lines to show most im-si provement at the sales conducted by) Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. just, before the Christmas period, whose re-" port (appended below) arrived just a little too late for inclusion in that issue. The report, with seasonal felici tations, reads: Stores.-A better enquiry '?? slight ly better values, 14/- to 34/-. Porkers.-Improved on the previous week's lower rates, but prices still fairly low. Baconers.-A keen demand for all descriptions 'at better values.:;;. W sold drafts K: McKinley at. £7110,, A. Ries at £7/2/-, five H..Trenfield to £6/14/-, J. -Luke £7/4/- and £5/16/-, seven George Cribbes at £6/11/6, M." Gordon at £6/8/-, three J. Klingsporn at £6/1/6, four to Jarvis at £6/4/6, four Currie Bros. at £5/9/6, seven C. Jones at £5/4/6, etc. Backfatters.-No heavy pigs yard ed. We sold drafts J. B.: Clelland, at £10716/-, A. Middleton at £10/11/-, A. Cri...

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Early Healesville To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 January 1944

Early Healesville To the Editor. Sir,--Referring to a letter under the heading of "Early Healesville" in your issue of December 4, 1943, relat ing to the mountain recently under discussion and written by Ethel Shaw, this correspondent does not mind sug gesting that errors on maps are often made by the surveyor, and even the Lands department. Thfs does not in any way help your correspondent, as I can show by the following: An ar ticle on "Barak, Last of the Yarra Tribe," etc., was puiblished in your is sue of September 25, 194::, in which the writer mentioned this mountain as "Mt. Donnabewong" (now erroneously called Mt. Toole-be-wong). Then, on November 13, in' a letter by another correspondent, Miss Shaw, among others, is mentioned as giving it the' name of Mt. Tonne-be-wong. In her .letter of December 4, the name has been given as Mt. Tonnabewong. Why not call it Mr. Toole-be-wong (a na tive name)-and be correct-and so save herself the trouble of finding a fresh name each time of ...

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A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

A Thought for To-day. If we do everything we can to hasten victory, and do every bit of • thist as we c6», 'en, sure as fate, we will save the lives of some men who will otherwise die because we let the war last too long. Think it over. Till the war is won we cannot, in fair. ness to the fighting men, complain or waste or shirk. -Collier's Magazine (U.S.)

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

Croydon Market A heavy yarding of cattle, pigs, calves, sheep and poultry, all of which sold well. Milking cows £14, heifers £12/15/-, stale £7/5/-; springing cows £12/11/-, heifers £10/15/-; store cows £7/10!-, heifers £7/12/6; fat bullocks £13/7/6, cows £11/15/-; beefy cows £10; chop pers £5/10/- to £8; crackers to £5; small dairy bulls £7/5/-; yearling heifers £4 to £5/10/-. Calves. - Large vealers £10/5/-, small £6 to £8/10/-; calves 50/- to 95/-, small 26/- to 38/-, light weights to 20/-. Porkers.--Good sale, prices up. Heavy porkers 85/- to 105/-, medium 75/- to 84/-, light 45/- to 68/-; light baconers £6/2/6; boars 50/-; chopping sows 72/-; slips 35/- to 45/-; suckers 15/- to 28/-. Sheep.-Extra good sale. Four tooth wethers 23/-, full mouth 18/6; two-tooth ewes 21/9, full mouth 12/ to 15/4; lambs-suckers 19/-, woolly 24/10, shorn 16,'- to 21/-, plain 14/ to 18/-, store lambs 22/-, crackers 2/ to S/-. Poultry.-Cockerels 12/- to 18/6, draklings 20/- to 25/-, colored hens 12/- t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

BUSINJI?SF, NOTICES Deslrot"c of Purchasing or a properties in Healesville and 0ounding Districts should consult • J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman ~g Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths IlCHOISON ST., HIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 3 that 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 that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. 80LIOITORS uhllett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS uind COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ki 3.A., and Tas. tI COLL(iS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEITD .?T THi?IR eKALr VILLE OFFICE 2 aid Rradshnw's Bulldings krteerr th?, hours of 3 p.m. ..au 6 p.M. EVER- THURSDAY euaeov ?e~~:-e ?Telephones: esville 39 3-- - $ " 48 MEMORIAL HALL J TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Robert Taylor in "STAND BY FOR ACTION" "STAND BY FOR ACTION" "STAND ...

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam. On Wednesday I had the pleasure of being at Mrs. Bertha Holl's resi dence, "Holliston," Dalry road, Heales ville, when she celebrated her 100th birthday. There were about the same number of guests as years that Mrs. Holl has lived in Healesville, she having left Bendigo to reside here in 1896. After everyone had partaken of afternoon tea the chairman (Rev. S. J. Muxworthy) proposed the toast of "The King," and followed by propos ing the toast of "Mrs. Holl," stating that during his two years of acquaint ance with Mrs. Holl and family he was impressed by their love and de votion for each other. Mr. J. T. Holl (the son) responded on behalf of his mother, and thanked the Rev. Musworthy for the kind way he had spoken, and all present for the enthusiastic nainner in which they supported the toast. The `beautiful iced cake, which was kindly made by Mrs. L. G. Newton.   was cut by the guest of honor, amid cheers and the sining" of the usual refrain....

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Visiting Mildura [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

Visiting Mildura By C. M. Neylon. I arrived at Mildura on the morn ing of Sunday, December ,, and i-, the afternoon boarded the show boat Acoa for a trip downstream. A noble river, more than 200 yards wide, the Murray is relatively high at Mildura, owing to the location of lock I im mediately below the city. The Avoca's decks were crowded with young peo ple, and the afternoon passed pleas antly with music and dancing. While pns~nn thboi:gh th lock one could see Rio Vista, residence of the late VW. B. Chaffey, with large jacaranda trees in bloom, also the old Mildura station homestead. Further down stream we passed near the estate of Lord Ranfurly, once a Mildura fruit grower and first president of the Mil dura Club. Apart from buildings of recent con struction, the most noticeable chang es in the city itself were the concrete footpaths and kerbs, underground drainage, bitumen roads and rights of-way, and avenues of jacarandas and other flowering trees. From Mr. Nihill, the town cler...

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Help Fire Victims To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

Help Fire Victims To the Editor. Sir,-Your readers are well aware of the disastrous fires in the Wanga ratta district and the sad loss of lifo caused thereby, but the most heart rending feature is the financial dis tress of the families of fire victims. The breadwinners gave their lives in the service of their fellow men, and it becomes a duty to remove the fear of want from the heavy load of care and sorrow under which each bereav ed family is now suffering. Through your paper, sir, I wish to appeal to the public for subscriptions to a fund established at Wangaratta, and I would ask you to acknowledge any subscriptions received at your of fice.-Yours, etc., ALEX. CAMERON, Shire President. We shall be pleased to receive and acknowledge donations.-Ed. "G."

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