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

DENTISTS MR. H. ST, ?K r SURGEON-DI;2: ,'..;T VISITS IIEALESVILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the ;MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, JANUARY 22nd SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th SATURDAY, MARCH -lth SATURDAY, MARCII 18th City Address: ! .ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD F CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesvllle 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF TILE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHY WORRY? Write. E. M. Pou,!tn SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE I'ILLS FOR ALL .FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Ex, tra Special, t10l- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated S...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam. Under ideal weather conditions the Healesville Bowling Club spent an en joyable afternoon on Wednesday competing for the Rutzou trophy. . Results were as follow:-Smith-Rob binson, 38; Tozer,Adam, 31; Murn Remington, 28; Johnston-Pockett, 28; Errington-Hart,. 22; Rutzou-Raff, 20; lIewitson-Mrs.- Murn, 16; Gepp-Pol lard, 15. About 65 members attended the Healesville Horticultural Society's monthly meeting Thursday night. A number of visitors were present also. Despite the hot day there was a good display of blooms, which favorably impressed newcomers.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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[?]ospital Sports Committee [?] AT PRESIDENT'S HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

pital Sports Com mittee T PRSIDENT'S HOME. al m"eetng- ain connection S-Bxing Day sports was held tt the residence of the pre f? all accounts were report . then statement of receipts indre presented for adop ,enditure 0ni0ous opinion was that the _uslrn of £275 was most sat-, --rearnd will considerably in -te building fund of the hospi eive committee have no S'pror renmaining idle, as they 1:c decided to hold a gymkhana .de~ionday, January 31 -N full program of hunting an toether with many novelty -o ~eual children's races, will e?acs The hunting events are pa"S those competed for at meeting, while the novelty lue muical chairs, Gretna and bobbing. for apple races, se mystery event. The mystery h s already created much inter .everyone is asking "What will ,, The question will remain un red until the day of the sports, rhat we do know is that it will thrills galor, and laughs area not rationed events are post entry, and carry usual liberal prize money. The m is now available, and on ...

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The Creation of a Sanctuary [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 January 1944

The Creation of a Sanctuary Ey Rfobert Ead!e, .PB.E. The writer is content to stand aloof and view from a distance the "contro versv which has taken place over the Quail Island koalas, I have just one remarl: to make: One of those who expressed an opinion stated that the manna gums were stripped bare of food. He added that there were some peppermint trees, but they were of no value, for "they were unsuitable food for the koalas." If that statement is accepted, then all we can say is that the koalas of Healesville have a dif ferent conception of food values to those on Quail Island. Other trees (not already referred to) from which koalas will eagerly feed are eucalypt Stua.rtiasa (apple box), eucalypt Ros trate (red gum), eucalypt Rubida (candle bark gum), eucalypt Oveto (swamp gum), and probably many other varieties out of the nearly 500 which are listed. At any rate, no matter what opinions are held, the re port that the koalas were short of food brought a response from the public ...

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

$S'LNsr NOTICES h ef Purchasing or eroPerties in IHealesville and Districts should consult J DAWBORN I Estate and Business , Agent Property Salesman inds of Insurance Effeeted ilecistrar for Births and Deaths ..------ OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE Phone Heales. 42 that The Big Thing about these Shoes is that they look right, feel right, give satis hftion, and save money for they last longer. Every ding Fashionable in Men's Footwear is he5e at Prices tat will appeal to your Snse of Reasonableness. SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITOIR allett & Langford SOT TCITORS lTRPJ3 .j rOMMISSIeNERS S?':_ WFIDAVITS Ic.,. r nd Tas. COJr- -' i'., 31ErT.BOJT1RNE ATTt" ; AT.P THEIR HEAI,.R TLLE OFic07 E a? ?a Bradshnýw's 1 b'yi..n? htwteen it. hours of 3 p.m. rnd 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY T r?-uo ,es: . as 39- -M[U 4860 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday SATURDAY, JANUARY 22nd George :;anlders in "TIHE MOON andc SIXPENCE" (X)' "THE MOON and SIXPENCE" (X). "TIIE MOON and SIXPENCE" (X)...

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First Victory Loan ANNOUNCED BY PRIME MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

First Victory Loan ANNOUNCED BY PRIME MINISTER. New records in Australian loan rais ing will be asked of the Australian people by the Federal Government late in March. On March 28 the Com monwealth will ask the people to sub scribe £150,000,000 of new money for the war, in a' loan campaign which will continue for six weeks, until May The new loan will be launched un der the name "First Victory Loan." In making this announcement the Prime Minister (Mr. Curtin) stated that emphasis in the name should be placed on the word "First" rather than upon the word "Victory." "The Government has chosen the jitle, 'First Victory Loan,' to point the way to a goal and not to rejoice pre maturely in something that that has still to be achieved," said Mr. Curtin. "There may be a second and a third, and even a fourth 'Victory Loan, but at least Australians can have hope and quiet confidence that Victory will be won if all our national and individual talents and resources are devoted to winning it." I...

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam. An interesting lecture will be giv en by Professor A. F. Thomas, M.A., F.R.G.S., in St. John's Hall, Ileales ville, on Sunday, January 30, at 8.30 p.m. Professor Thomas was a lectur er and teacher of French and English at a university in Tokio, Japan. His lecture should prove absorbing to all. A collection will be taken up to aid the Wangartta Bush Fire Relief Ap peal. The weather on Wednesday being ideal for bowls, there was a good muster of members on the Healesville green, which is now showing much improvement. Results were:-Erring ton-Bartholomew 34; Pit-Pockett, 27; Almond-Adam, 24; Hewitson-Tozer, 22; Murn-Mrs. Burn, 21; Rutzou-Raff, 18; Johnston-Pollard, 15. The winners donated their trophies to the busn fire relief appeal. Members are re minded that the next tournament will be to aid the same appeal, and the secretary would be pleased if all mem bers would enter for the three follow ing tournaments. On Thursday members of the local tennis club enj...

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Bush Fire Appeal HELP FROM HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

Bush Fire Appeal HELP FROM HEALESVILLE. Additional donations towards the Wangartta Bush Fire Relief Appeal are acknowledged with thanks: Previously acknowledged ... £13 13 0 Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Cochran 2 2 0 SMrs. A. K. Tuckfield ............ 0 5 0 Mrs. E. Hall .... .......... ........ 1 0 01 Mr. and Mrs. G. Benson...... 1 1 0 "Sympathiser" . ...... ......1 0 0 Mr. W. J. Irvine .................. 1 0 Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Adam ......2 2 0 Total to date ............... £22 4 0 Donations may be sent to the office I of this newspaper, or to the shire sec t retary (Mr. W. Massey), and will be acknowledged in these columns.

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Hospital Building Fund £2650 IN HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

tal Building Fund £25t) IN HAND. (y, R. p- Cochran.) ;,ated in November, 1941, 1u3e proceeds of a dance, the new ftoe P o?the Healesville Bush , n unpital has made such rapid K that even the most sanguine Yer?s admit the result has sur rter b far the limits of their ex tidsplendid progress can only be hould appreciate such generous and extend our sincere for such valuable support. Sunwise to enumerate names, iteach and all who have as at various times are equally en Jto share in the success. To thse interested in our hospital idee of the manner in which the lid fund has grown, I have tak te following data, which speaks itself ,s mentioned, the fund was creat nNovember 30, 1941, and on De er 31 was £33. In 1942 the sum th was collected, bringing the 1 o approximately £200 for the 3 months. The year 1943 opened lauspiciously, the first half--to e 30seeing the amount increased e10 70 All were extremely satis Swith this success, but were doubt that such a rate of progress could ?awuld b...

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"Learn to Swim" Campaign CLASSES OPEN AT HEALESVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

"Learn to Swim" Campaign SSES OPEN AT HEALESVILLE Healesville district is fortunate in he advent of Constable Bill Hall, who es a keen interest in swimming in action. Arrangements are being de for the "Herald" learn to swim paign to open early in the cona bg week. Children or adults desiring to re sice instruction should hand in their nme at the shire office, or at the: imming pool. Constable Hall would glad to have the assistance of .mpetent swimmers to act as deputy' ,tructors. Contact is being made with the teacher of the State school, the y scouts' association and other or pbed bodies. There is no charge for instruction, d an effort is being made to secure reduction of charges for admission the swimming pool for bona fide embers of the classes. Notices re nding times and dates of classes hill e exhibited at the shire office - the swimming pool. At the conclusion of the classes cer cates will be issued to those who swim 25 yards to the satisfaction the examiner. Constable Hall co...

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Creation of a Sanctuary (Continued from first page) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

Creation of a Sanctuary (Continued from first page) idanger by its velocity, but was bit terly cold. In addition, the rain was falling in torrents. ' As the koala re treated Jimmy followed. Eventually he got within reach and slipped the noose of the rope over its body. To watch the struggle that took place to get that koala into the bag was one that will not be readily forgotten by the one who witnessed it. Koalas are strong creatures, and their claws can' take a grip which is not easily brok en, particularly under the conditions which prevailed then. After a great fight the animal was got into the bag and lowered to the ground. As Jimmy held the other end of the rope, he signalled to me to tie on another bag and indicated that he was going after the other koala, which was higher up. I felt a personal responsibility, and for some time demurred. As he was so insistent I gave way, and tied an other. bag onto the rope. He hauled this .up and set after the second. koala. As he approache...

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Thanks To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

Thank's -----+---- To the Editor. Sir, ---I trust you will favor ine with in your paper to express my ap If!"Ition to all who assisted-both their efforts and dondtions-at the ::Day sports meeting to aid the' 'a" ?spital. The sports were a great ie:, both financially and socially, t . result can only be attributed -. 'peration aid assisance ren a , such a willing body of help ";.O have the hospital at heart. a;ld also like to take tl'tif Oppor .Ir. Editor, of expressing to : incere thaisk fo"r our:genc. sih e r e aiia _ s sc ' s t a n c e in g r a n t . t." he ucie of your paper at all lS "' fur': our good wo\?k. I Seu'in?ent 1: at. your generdus as zc ha:;n : a big ??ctor in the ar l -tc.! usce: '. of thd: sportfs. p . Ie . COCIIRAN, Pres:.ent Haleasville Sports Com Imittee.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

BUSL'.SIS NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or n properties in Hcalesville and wading Districts should consult J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths 1CHOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE ,Phone Heales. 42 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 he.-e. at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. -m Ma Donald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. 80IJOITORI lullett a, Langford SOLICITOlM CIITORS and CT1 ITWITI I:F~Z.S FOR Ab'3W.j.AV?r'.ES. SK., P°A., and T's. 15 COLL.YN ST., M ?v:EOUEIK ATTENDI AT 'T? ]I~ IIl? UTW2 E =VIL _E OF'FIC " and r . Bmrasb ''s 1 ( x3U¶L, - Between the hou, . of 3 p.m. • i2dI... A .' esvllTelephenes: e39 -- --.l 39 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Charlie Chaplin in "TIHE GOLD RUSH" (G) "TILE GOLD RUSH" (G) "THE GOLD RUSH" (G) Fred M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEtEMENT Sunday Transport FROM SUNDAY, JANUARY :10th until further notice -. MacNAMARA'S MOTORS WILL RUN TO LILYDALE R.S. VIA YARRA GLEN EVERY SUNDAY Leaving Healesville at 8.30 a.m., pass ing thr6ugh'Yarra Glen Township, via RACECOURSE ROAD, about 8.50 a.m., to connect with the 9.20 a.·. Train at Lilydale R.S. The RETURN: TRIP will be male' from Lilydale R.S. on arrival of the i, 6,10 p.ni.. train from Melbourne. The Evening, Bus will. pass thiougn Yarra Glen about 6.55 p:m., to con nect with 7.35.`'p.m. train gfrom Lily. dale tot:Flinders Street:: Get Readly for the (FIRST VI TORY LOAN Make s3 exi vee-d sub scripr ' or buy Vs, . .3; i - PV.2.32 ms~~ ·~wl-~~;'xnam i an Kestle & Newton 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard MANY ARTICLES OF Hardware and Other Lines usually hard to obti n, ARE NOW BEING OFFERED! A VISIT TO THE STORE WILL REPAY YOU Fernsiaw R]iad Heales?,il1e (St. Leonard's Road Junction) Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD...

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A Lilydale Light That Failed [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

A Lilydale Light That Failed I-4--- LBy Eileen Fin. Author of "The Hills of Home," "'Miniature of Life," etc. Lilydclale is already known to fame as being a little country town in Aus tralia which produced one of the greatest prima donnas the world b-s known. T't it has do-n more than that, al though it is not aware of the fact; it has produced a great dramatist. It was not a case of the flower being born to blush unseen, for she saw to it that the flower was seen, even though it wilted so soon after it bloomed, alas! Now, as a child she w'as very proud fo her little home town, and had so much to boast about. For instance, there was Melba; there was Regina Nagel; a real live baron, and a man who could gallop hard facing his horse's tail. There was Jimmy Blow fly, who starved for five days, fear ing he would be found and taken to hospital and washed: there was a heavy-weight boxer; and there was herself-a dramatist. Her first play was written when she was twelve, and was a tragic lov...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

BEREAVEMENT THANKS Mrs. H. N. Hill and daughter, of Gruyere, desire to sincerely Thank relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams and messages of sympathy received in their sad bereavement. All are asked to accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment of gratitude. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibl, sed 'omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editer. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914

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ECONOMIC CONTROLS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

ECONOMIC CONTROLS. After more than four years of wa ' .Australians, along with the people of every country at war, are becoming regulation-conscious. The ebb and flow of those age-old economic prime fac tors-supply and demand-got along fairly well in peace time with as little .official regulation as possible. The situation became very different with the war dominating everything, and undoubtedly there would have been much chaos had there not been fairly rigid cpntrol over our internal econo my. We are becoming regulation conscious because that cannot well be avoided. We think before we act. For instance, we do not buy a whole outfit of new clothes the day a new set of coupons becomes operative. We plan ahead; we set coupons aside for to-morrow. Some regard it as irk some not to be able to buy everything they want when they want it. But the majority have come to realise that regulations are imposed for our pro tecti'ce, for the general good of th.e riation, so. tht our economy will r...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

Croydon Market Heavy yarding of cattle, pigs, sheep and poultry. Milking Cows £16/5/-, heifers £15, stale £9/5/-; springing cows £15/5/-, heifers £13/17/6; backward cows £10 10/-; yearling heifers £4 to £5/11/-; store bullocks £9; store £6/10/- to £8; lines of store cows £7; store heifers £6/15/-; fat bullocks £14; fat cows £12/5/-; heifers £11/10/-; beefy cows £10/10/-; choppers £6 to £7/10/-; crackers to £5; daily bulls £7. Calves.-Easier. Large vealers to £10/10/-, small to £8; calves 50/- to 80/-, small 20/- to 40/-, light weights to 15/-. Plgs.-Heavy porkers 84/- to 105/-, medium 75/- to 85/-, light 55/- to 77/; light baconers 100/- to 125/-; chop ping sows £4/17/6; bacon stores 70/ to 80/-; porker stores 50/- to 65/-; slips :'0/- to 45/-; suckers 11;,- to 25/-. Sheep.-Four-tooth wethers 20/-, six-tooth 19/9, full mouth 16/6; four tooth ewes 13/9, full mouth 13/-; lambs-suckers 23/-, shorn 19/-, plain 14/- to 17/9; stores-ewes 5/6 to 15/-, lambs 10/- to 14/-; crackers 1/6 to 6/...

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The Creation of a Sanctuary [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 January 1944

The Creation of a Sanciuary By Robert Eadie, M.B;.E. At one of the early meetings of the committee which had been selected at the public meeting, disciussion took place as to the possibility of exhibit ing to overseas visitors one or more of the animals which had not yet been kept in captivity. When I sug gested that it might be possible to do this with the platypus' there was amazement written upon some of the faces and some merriment displayed. Sir Harold Clapp,. however, took the matter quite seriously, and I discuss ed it with him later on. I told him something that I had not divulged to the meeting. The information I gave thim was that a place had already been completed in the sanctuary, and as soon as I could obtain permission from the Fisheries and Game depart ment to remove a platypus from the river an attempt would .be made to carry out what I believed could be done. .I have always held the. belief. that there is nothing on earth that cannot be tamed, provided that the woul...

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