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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. January 4 and 5. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

Market Report -4----t-- MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. January 4 and 5. Some wonderful drafts were put through at the Melbourne pig market 'last Week by'Messrs. T. Shawrogan and Co., which live firm reported bet ter conditions all round. Their epistle reads as follows: Stores.-Steady at better values, 13/- to 36/-. Porkers.-Long descriptions best, 40/- to 86/6. Backfatters.-Higher prices right throughout. *We sold drafts M. Holt £15/14/-, T. Gaw £15/11/-, Clyne and Mawhinney £13/9/- and £12/19/-, P. Ridge £10/19/-, Wallace Bros. £10 11/-, A. Franks £8/19/-, etc. Baconers.-Selling well. Wie sold some wonderful drafts, including, four T. Gaw at £8/11/-, six T. Stewart at £7/17/-, eight C. Phayer at £7/13/-, five N. Tame at £7/1/-, six A. Razos to £6/18/-, four S. 1N. Balcombe at £f 18/6, six John Campbell at:.£6/17/6, six T. Stewart at £6/114'6;;,six G. Crlb ,bes at £6/13/6, t rq J. C. "teen t$11 at £6/13/6, ten A. Razos ·t 'at ?/6, nine same owner £6/11/6, six .4:"nd G. Coleman at £6/8/6, eig...

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The Creation of a Sanctuary [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

The Creation of a Sanctuary By Robes t Ead?i. ' . . By this time we had sums and a goodly nuldb ,v of ivrious i inds. Out ir tribution were two koalas f-at lip Island. They vee 'sf f:or Mr. F. Lewis, Chief I:setr ,. eries and Game. I tk th F'r l tunity of here statin, th' q ways a good friend to thI He appreciated our di.i- ci . u was ever ready with sound help and friendship and important where the "V It of the fauna of the 'cou1t ? :et ned. We had to reIo:rt .w :?: d!tion of those koalas OVery d This went on for several aontis is a day arrived when I rep, t d three instead of two. No -futi ed ports were required. Right on top of the Itola(t car welcome donation from tt heR, Zoological Society. This was ta,,i through Mr. Ambrose Pratt wtho at that time chairman el the -oci Four large cases were rcc.eied? they contained two full ,groc, e and two kangaroos. Werown ei making progress, but we hit;t on,, appointment. When the kangaroo emus were released in tilhe enl one of the animals s...

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

DEhNTIST :S MR. H. S'Ti 'K . URGEON-DE:rT _iT VISITS IIEALES:VILLE EVERY SrATURDIAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS' DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, JANUARY 22nd SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 5th SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th SATURDAY, MARCH -4th SATURDAY, MARCH 18th City Address: ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2607 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK t. SURGEON-DENTIST 215 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD SVISITS JHEALESVILLE 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 PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Writ'e E. M. Poutun SPECIAL BONJEAN" FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE S \EAKNESSES .SAFE AND EFFECTIVE L'rice, 5/- Box Extra Spqcial, .10- per Box Write for Frye Catalogue. Men f aaq4 Wo:nen will find it of great ": . intgrest. " All Correspon...

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

IIIII«IIIIIIllrI1111IIIII II IIi HIIIIII IIIIIII?? hIIINI?II? ! ONLY THE BESI = = s Cood Enough - FOR BABY Mothers can rely upon this Pharmacy to supply the best of BABYO NEEDS = Ask our opinion, which will be gladly given on all . matters concerning Baby's welfare. S -Bartold's Pharmacy Opp.P. I, HPALESVILL.. Th.. 120 (Alt?e He.s, Pkie. 2l iIIImIIIIIHIIINIlfllllmllllllllIIllEIlIIlIlIIgHlilllllllllill MISS McDONALD, Manageress ..... . . mean ees.. n.e.u...... esn.s.......aae... . . . . . . . . ..essnene-as eeeen-mme ssw e ee sn sn.awem aa - 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 II. Bradshaw Representative for UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE j Other Classes of Insurance Effected as well MacNamara's Co;Ordinated Daily Road Services HEALESVILLE-LILYDALE- -MELBOURNE for Motor Repairs and Service. . . ONE Only...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

IN MEMORIAM ASHTON.-In loving memory of our dear father and father-in-law, who passed away on January 10th, 1943; loving grandfather of Judith. Sweetest memories. -Inserted by Jim and Meg. DENNEHY.--In loving memory of my dear husband, Jack, who passed away at his residence, Fernshaw road, Healesville, on January 12th, 1943, loving father of Bob, Arthur, Bert, Arvon (A.I.F., dec.),. Meg   (Mrs. Ashton), Peggy and Reg. Sadly, missed. DENNEHY.-In loving memory of our dear father and father-in-law,   who passed away on January 12th, 1943; loving grandfather of Judith. Sweetest memories. -Inserted by Meg and Jim. IN MEMORIAM DENNEHY.-In loving memory of my dear Uncle, Jack, who passed away on January, 12th, 1943. Always remembered -Inserted by Frank, R.A.A.F., Eng- land. DENNEHY.--In loving memory of our dear father and father-in-law, who passed away on January 12th, 1943; loving grandfather of Marga- ret and John. Loved By All -Inserted by Bert and Dorrie. Hea...

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

Cormno, walh of Austrlia RATIONING t~LOMMISSION EAT RATIO NNG 'HOW TO GET YOUR MEAT ' "G" COUPONS MUST BE, USED 1.-On and after the introduction of rationing on JTinuary 17, 1944, you must surrender "G" coupons from your Ration Book' to obtain supplies of meat. All butchers' meat will be couponed with the exception of the fol lowing non-couponed meats:-Sausages, sausage meat, tripe, liver, tongues, brains, ox heels, ox check, cow heels, calves' heads, calves' feet, sheep's heads, sheep's trotters, pigs' heads, pigs' feet, pigs' hocks. No coupons are required to purchase these meats or the following goods:-Pcultry, rabbits, bacon, ham, and canned meat, cooked meat, and all small goods, including frankfurts, sausages of all types, potted meats, ham loaf, and similar goods. 2.-AVAILABILITY OF "G" COUPONS. Four coupons will be made available at the beginning of each fort. night and can be used for that fortnight only-thus coupons Gi, G2, G3, and G4 may be used in the first fortnight. CO...

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New Hybrid Cockatoos. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

New Hybrid Cockatoos. Following closely on the birth of a platypus at the Colin MacKenzie sanc tuary another surprise was announc t'd on Sunday by the director (Mr. D. Fleay), who stated that during the last few days two fledgling hybrid cockatoos, bred from a Little Corella male and a sulphur crested white coc katoo female had left the nest and were at large in the big aviary near the entrance gate. Mr. Fleay said they were the first known hybrids of such parentage, and would be of particular interest to bird lovers. Obituary. The death occurred on Tuesday of Mrs. Dunnolly, an old and respected identity of Healesville, who was resi dent at the Coranderrk mission sta tion for many years. She claimed to have reached the great age of 102 years, and retained many interesting memories of the early days here, when Coranderrk was a thriving aborigine settlement. Captain and Mrs. R. Mc McDonald, of the Salvation Army, will conduct a memorial service to the late M.rs. Donnolly in the Salvat...

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Healesville Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

Healesville Police Court -----A. Messrs. Johnston, Huxham and MacNam'ara, J.'sP., adjudicated in the Healesville police court on Thursday. John Gilllland, Castella street, Healesville, was fined 10/-, in default three days' imprisonment, on. each of three charges concerning the irregular school attendance of his son Ken. William Moloney was charged with failing to have a rear light on a motor car driven by him. Constable A. V. Moller said he saw defendant driving the car in Nicholson street about 9.15 p.m. on November 30. On intercep tion defendant said he had been de layed in the bush with tractor trouble. The lamp was out, of order and in a neglected condition, and defendant made lio attempt to rectify it. Defen dant said he used the car very seldom, mostly to drive to work. It was own ed by five timber workers. $A fine of- £1 was imposed, in default dis tress. V. Nemcek, Healesville, was charg ed with having driven an unregister ed motor car in St. Leonard's road on November 29. ...

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An Appeal To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 January 1944

An Appeal -4--L--- To tte Editor. Sir,-May I use your limited and very valuable columns to make a New Year appeal? First, let us think back to New Year, 1942, when you and I and thousands of other Australians would have given practically all we possessed to be sure that this country would not be ilvadedi through New Year, 1943, when we all felt that in vasion had, aot last for the time, been held off. And now New Year, 1944, when we all feel that Australia is as safe as any country can be in war time. Secondly; to whom is this se curity due? I -would say mainly to our own fighting forces, coupled with the British and tI.S.Aj. navies, air force and army. Now, with our po sition secure, what are we doing to wards giving those men the few com forts and the little cheer it is possible to, give them? And, don't forget that while our security at home has been so much improved by their efforts, the conditions in battle areas are, and will be until this war is won, one of sacrifice, sufferi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

"The title 'First Victory Loan' is used to point the . way to ta goal and not to rojoicer, r?ematurely in soniething" 'still to be achieved; Whether Victory comes soon or late de pends upon the energy we throw into the conflict." John Curtin. Get Ready for the -FIRST Ml ~., c .r adv:se( s:scc r ,.,ion now, oat any ,a'k. Saving. Bc.,k o" So nckbroker . or - / 5/- NMaio, ai Srrims Stamps at any S·vin7s :nnk o. in.:oney Order Post Oice. PV.132 W1R llul m-"; INIMMIMIIIIEb 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 (St. Leonard's Road Junction) *.. .... * *. . .a.......... ..... ......... ..... .......................... j""......... . ....................N ..............................................."N............a....N...1? Healesville SFurnitur e Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSIIAW ROAD-EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used...

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Its a New World [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

Its a New World By Eileen Finlay Author of 'Hills of Home." "The Caravan Passes" etc. 4len tell us we are living in a New World. They talk of taxation, man power, politics and all the Big Things of life, and we women listen and just wish they knew the New World as we. have to know it. But perhaps it is better that they don't, for they would either end in gaol or we would have to nurse them with nervous prostra tion. We would like them to set out with their string bags and sutuggle for the few necessities of life. Not that we mind struggling, for we all have to do our part in these days of stress, but how easy our struggles would be this side of the counter if the people the other side of the counter helped us with a little co-operation or a pleas ant word or two. The grey haired lady over 45 is :n oasis in our desert. Her ready smile wipes away all the 'discourtesies we have had from supercilious young blondes; and though she may not he able to find things, we don't mind when she la...

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NEW GUINEA NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

NEWV GUINEA NATIVES. Sound administration and just treatment have given Australia in Papua and the mandated territory of New Guinea loyal allies among the native peoples of New Guinea and the neighboring islands. Between the 1921--lE war and this conflict the New Guinea natives were almost complete ly forgotten by Australians, but ope rational news has again brought them under our notice. The natives have been of very considerable service to the Australian and Allied Forces. They have acted as stretcher bearers and porters, and have been useful in reconnaissance. Some have actively participated in operations against the enemy, and there is a touching story of real loyalty in the action of three native villages, which spontaneously raised £"28 to help fill a recent war loan. Dr. Margot Hentze, who has been carrying out research work under a grant administered by the nMinistry of Post-war Reconstruction, has contributed an informative article on the native question in the Decem ber is...

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Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

Victory C'ub Monthly euchre and dance organ ised 'by the Healesville Victory Club to aid the local Red Cross was held in the Memorial Hall on Friday, Janu ary 7. Euchre prizes were won by Mrs. Strauceh and Mr. W. Smith, and the booby awards went to Mrs. J. Taylor and Mr. M. Olney. Spot dance winners were Miss Tay lor and Miss B. Stevens, and Monte Carlo Miss P. O'Connell and partner. Donations were gratefully received from Mrs. Crawley, £1; Mr. G. Stain ton, £1; Mrs. G. Stainton, 3/-: Mr. E. Desborough, 2/-; Miss R. Cornish, 2/-; Mr. J. Preston, 4/-; Anonymous, 4/-; Mr. W. McLcish, 2/-; Continental Laundry, 7/1. The club thanks all friends for do nations of materials for sandwiches and milk for coffee, also AMrs. Tatnall, "Wildwood," who always supplies but ter. As a result of the effort £1613/3 was paid to the local Red Cross.

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

Croydon Market Monday saw another good yarding of cattle, sheep and poultry, which sold at best market rates. Milking cows £15/3/-, heifers £18; stale £S/10/-; springing cows £15, heifers £13/12/6; store cows £0/15/ to £8, heifers £f to £7/5/-; fat bul locks, light weight, £12; fat cows £13; heifers £12/5/-; beefy cows £10/15/-, choppers £6 to £8/11/-; crackers to £5/10/-; dairy bulls £7. , Calves.-Yarding lighter than. usual but holding well. Large vealers £11 5/-; small £5/11/- to £9; calves 60/ to 100/-, small 25/- to 45/-,,light .to 20/-. Pigs.-Great sale all round.; Heavy porkers 85/- to 106/-, medium 74/- to 85/6, light 50/- tob66/-;. lightbacon ers 110/- to 126/-;! chopping s'ows 'to 110/-; bacon stores 48/- to 70/-; slips 25/- to 36/-; suckers 10/- to 24/-, Sheep.--On par with other markets. Four-tooth wethers 21/-, full mouth .14/-; six-tooth ewes 13/6, full mouth 11/6;i lambs-woolly 24/1, shorn 21/10; stores-crackers 2/- to 6/6, rams 16/-. Horses.-Big demand for carts, jii...

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A Baby's Name To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

A Baby's Name -V To the Editor. hr,-I have been very interested it; ng in the "Guardian" of the ar of the platypus baby, and the e for Mr. Flcay will be to choose name for this welcome little addi to the Sir. Colin MacKenzie sanc :. As all our thoughts and pray at the moment are centred on' the subject, why not name the baby e," as its arrival creates a re ?Maybe it will bring good luck 1144..So.I ,humbly suggest that . and Jill name their first-born ce," although on reading your in ng article on the history of the stuary, by Mr. Robert Eadie, the i?e of a name for this wonderful creature should be left to Mr. e and Mr. Cook. Here's to the and its name. Thanking you, Mr. or.'-Yours, etc., "A. DIYCKBILL." strobe, Tasmania, 13/1/44.

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Who Is The Gambler? PUNTERS OR "LAYERS OF ODDS?" £90 IN FINES AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

Who is The Gambler? PUNTERS OR "LAYERS OF ODDS?" £90 IN FINES AT LILYDALE. The "layers of the odds" at Lilydtle participate in a' bigger gamble' than the tipsters who speculate a few. "bob" on their fancy in the week-end turf events. Such was the opinion 'expressed by the P.M.' (Mr. Wilkins) at the local police court last Friday. On Saturday, Decembei' 11; -a car ,load of gaming branch police paid a surprise visit' to our town and joined with the locals in the excitement of 'having' a "flutter" on the' first rae?e. But their intervention had' rueful re suits for the local "bookies." ., It is ari offence against' the "realm to transact such business without: a bookmaker's 'licence, and for .violat. ing this regulation three: defendants were arraigned before the Bench, each charged with "receiving money for .an undertaking by him to pay thereafter money on a sporting. cdntingency, to wit, a horse race to be run at'Moonee Valley on the date aforesaid." The information against - John Jo...

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[?]he Late Mrs. Dunolly MEMORIAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

e Late Mrs. Dunolly MEMORIAL SERVICE. t Sunday night a large congre on attended the Salvation Army to pay tribute to the memory of late Mrs. Jemima Dunolly. For nearly eleven years Mrs. Dun had been a member of the Sal on Army, and it was only in the" Year or two that she was unable attend the meetings which she lov o0 much. She had been a Chris for many years, and loved to sing old hymns, among her favorites S"When Mothers of Salem," Kindly Light," "The Glory "' and "Alas! and Did My Saviour During the.memorial service, which 0onducted by Captain and Mrs. R. nald, tribute was paid to the in ce and blessing which was felt ny by Mrs. Dunolly's large fam by all who came in contact Sher. One of her grandchildren, Oy Wandin, sang one of her fa e hymns, "When Mothers of Sa their Children Brought to Jesus." Tmtiveeting brought blessing to eis and friends who gathered, ratitroughout there was a note of de for deceased's life and influ sled also for the fact that she lIt the sorrows and pai...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. January 12 and 13. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MAIRKET. January 12 and 13. Though values in general were not quite up to last week's high rates, they were still very good at the Melbourne pig market this week, state Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co., whose report on activities is as under: We sold 613 pigs and 73 calves. Stores.-Suckers and slips very dull. Stores and bigger sorts much dearer. Porkers.-A steady enquiry at fully, late values, best 70/- to 88/6. Backfatters.-Not quite equal 'to, last week's high prices, but still very good. We sold two J. Borrie to £14 14/-, S. Churchill £14/4/-, J. Trew £10/19/-, R. Beck £10/9/-, J. Bryant £10/4/-, B. James £10/9/-, a1 d many more. Baconers.-Demand less animated, and values slipped a cog or two. We had a wonderful run, including six H. Justice at £7/2/-, P. J. Hayes £7/1/-, nine J. Cobain at £6/14/6, eight A. Henry at £6/14.6, F. Humphrey at £6/11/-, seven S. Berry at £6/10/-, five N. Tame to £6/9/-, ten Jim Bow en at £6/7/6, two G. Oliver at £6 10/6, two ...

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Demobilised Service Men To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

Demobilised Service Men To the Editor. Sir,-Many of your readers who are eligible to join the Demobilised Sail ors', Soldiers' and Airmen's Associa tion of Australia will be pleased to know that we have opened club rooms and offices at 395 Bourke street, Mel bourne, for the Victorian branch. This association is- formed to take care of all who have served but are ineligible to join the R.S.L. All matters relat ing to repatriation, pensions, rehabil itation, etc., are handled on behalf of members. We are placing many mem bers in suitable occupations and smoothing their paths in rehabilitat ing themselves. Ex-service women as well as men are welcomed to our ranks, and we are rendering assist ance to all who have served, including the Mercantile Marine.-Yours, etc., W. J. ALLEN, State Secretary

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

Is Cood [nough = [OR BABY 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 Opp. P.O., HEALUESVU.L Phem 120 (Al tr Hews, Ph.De 2). llImmmllllllllmIIIIIIhllllllllIIIII INIIIlllllllll illlllE 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 S Sydney II. Bradshaw Representative, for UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE Other Classes of Insurance Effected. as well MacNamara's Co-Ordinated Daily Road Services HEALESVILLE-LILYDALE- -MELBOURNE for Motor Repairs and Service . . ONE Only GENT'S BEPCO CYCLE, lTýhi"s Enamelled GREEN (for essential Week's ONE Only LADY'S REPCO CYCLE,. Enamelled Scarlet (for essential Specialsuser only) "Enamelled TROUSER CLIPS (all Colors) 1/8 Pair Quali...

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