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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

Popular Pars By L. J, Adam. On Friday, in the Presbyterian Hall, another lecturewas kindly: giv en by Professor A. F. Thomas,. M.A., who was teaching.in .Tokio for fifteen years. Those, present, were interested and appreciative, and the chairman (Rev. Rankin) passed a vote, .of thanks to the lecturer, which was car rie4 with acclamation. , Next Wednesday afternoon (Feb 'ruary, 10,) . Iealesville .:Bobyling Club will try conclusions, with. Xilydale, on the Healesville green; .The following rinks have been chosen:-A. Raff, A. Hewitson, J. Tozer and F. Erringtovn. J. Pockett, N. Robinson, J.. Fairbank and P. Johnston. Mrs. - Murn, L.. Adam, H. Rutzou and P. Murn. J. Pollard, N. Pitt, S. Blackburn and D. Baiitholomew. Those unable to play are asked to notify the secretary at once. The following matches have .been played by the bowlers:-Huxhanm Championship Singles: D. Bartholo mew d. L. Adam, 20-12.. Raff.Han dicap Singles: Dr. Phillips d. J. Fair bank. 21-20; Blackburn d. Raff, 21 -5. ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Hospital Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

ospktal Sports By R, R. Cochran., hospital sports committee met k to finalise matters pertain the recent gymkha'na, and' to 4 the program for the monster hturday sports meeting. The . Presented the statement of '*.d expenditure of the gym Which was adopted, and re that the committee had rais to date for the building fund hospital, the statement being with acclamation. has been received from the 1adil that they have granted atee the use of the oval for aturday and Boxing Day, for big sports meetings of the decided to hold the Victorian block championship at Eas the Victorian underhand nhip Wood chop on Boxing Preident has promised to do hapaionship .cup, and re ti ihr. Everard, M.L.A., had ,vm and intimated that he the championship sash arid was looking forward to being present at the sports. The Easter program is by far the biggest "and. most, cOmprehensive. that this live?wire committee have presdntL ed to date, for, in addition to the wood chopping and hunting events that were on ...

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GENERAL ACCOUNT Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for Year ended 30th September [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

GENERAL ACCOUNT Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for Year ended 30th September RECEIPTS ..EXPENDITURE Rates- Balance, October 1st, 1942 ... .... ...... ...._. 5,866 13 10 Current and Arrears ............ 6,742 7 0 Administration Interest ............ ................. 39 0 8 Audit Fees ..... ......... .. 36 6 3' 6,781 7 S. Insurance and Guarantees 69 8 9 Licences and Registration Fees- . Salaries ............... ...... 1,000 '4 7 Dog Registrations .................. 116 7 6 President's Allowance ...... 50 0 0 Health Registrations .. 38 17 , 6 Dog Act Expenses.. - 62 16 3 Petrol Pump Licences......... 4 4 0 Printing, Advertising and Printing, Advertising and " 159P 9 0 Stationery..... ... ...... ...... 109 11 5 Public Works and Services- Petty Cash ...... .... . 39 10 0 Health-Pan Charge ......... 688 1 3 Bank Charges ...... 6 4 0" Council Properties: Election Expenses . 24 13. 8 Memorial Hall ....................... 384 5 0 . Telephone .... . _..... .... 14 5 10 ." Queen's Park...

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At "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

STbe Ferns n C.Neylon. tures of the week were tfeaturnce Griffiths and fc r fls.nl Klialymna Park," dan P .r1,eciative audience n delghtfl .vocal numbers. d 1~tlwere recitations by items ... 1L aci nzie, bagpipe recital by Mfr. J. L. MacKenzie, sketches b. Messrs. F., C., ,g son by Miss Margaret Gand Miss Jean Marshall, Ssolos by the winner of Sga tournament Mr. B. Car ljoig and hornpipe by Mrs. l-n J'iss Twomey, and a de play f Scttish dances by t"ln rising the Misses Mc t Carrick and Miss F. Two g.h amusement was caused Sps a-daisy" statue dance po .the winners being Miss $ole "Sun.ny Cliffs," and her .r .. M. Neylon. A mock and "Back to schooldays" lesa caused uproarious fun. committee was elected, with Gay chairman, Miss Pat Gibbs and Mr. Jock Fraser M.C. for the week were £7/5/-, the total directly contributed ush nursing hospital building 1270/4/11.

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A Thought For To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

A Thought For To-day. Of every battleship, tank, gun, shell, bullet,;or bomb that goes into, action 50 per cent. is scrap metal, Therefore, save your scrap.

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Fire Fighting To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

Fire Fighting To the Editor. a Saturday last, when an as made for volunteers, to fire at Tarrawarra, the re ns disappointing. The result those men who did go had e than a fair share of work. bough their efforts, in conjunc the Yarra Glen Bush Fire were crowned with success, 'ferent circumstances this re d not have been achieved. of the Forestry department, gong a power pump, and this ed with the aid of willing until 3 a.m., and did splen bno respecter of persons, pro or boundaries, and in the dsummer the fire that is five y in the morning is just as be at one's doorstep, threat 's own home and family, in 000. Iter would appeal to all who welfare of the country and of their loved ones in mind, the local bush fire brigade, old have the effect of the bing able to command more tL I am confident that if r is thought over there will better response to the next hlp.-Yours, etc., J. B. COOK, dent Healesville Bush Fire Brigade.

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Water Trust Chairman Explains NOTHING NEW IN RECONSTITUTION, HE SAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

Water Trust Chairman! Explains NOTHING NEW IN RECONSTITUTION, HE SAYS. (By Com. W. J. Dawborn.)- (By Corn. W. 3J. Dawborn.) 'My report to the Healesville Water Trust on January 12 was as follows: During the exceptionally hot spell at the Christmas holiday season com plaints of water shortage came from the high levels on both Cornish Hill and Fernshaw road, and also from the western high level spots. I per sonally visited both Graceburn and Cornish Hill intakes. The flow at Cornish Hill was fairly good, but appeared to be below the full six-inch head, but the Gaceburn appeared to be exceptionally poor. I reported the matter to the engineer. Terts were made, and my opinion is that the Graceburn was not supplying its proper capacity, and I recommend that the Graceburn main be examined at the earliest opportunity. There is ample water available on the Graceburn, and the recommenda tion of the engineer, as adopted by the trust at last meeting, should he re-affirmed and immediate steps ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

BUSIIns> NoTICUs ,esirous of Purchasing or g-g properties in Healesville and nding Districts should conasult J. DAWBORN eal Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman. Kinds of Insurance Efteetet Registrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., AIIEAESVILL '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 here at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. Mc aconald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. 8OLIGITOES Mullett & Langford SOLICITQOý.S ULCITORS and CO a1WISSIONERS FOE' Al'FIDAIT':ST e., '.A., and Tas. I5 CO L;TN' ST., IELB3OURNI A PT ND AT THEIR HEPL SV ILLE OFFICE Plirce and BrLadsharv's auildkIngs Betwven the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.mn EV' i'Y T1IUl.SDAY '' "elephones: 5'J- I .MT 4d00 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Spencer Tracy and Hedy Lamarr iV "TORTILLA FLAT" (X) "TORTILLA FLAT" (X) "TORTILLA ...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 2 and 3. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

Market Rep )rt MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 2 and 3. A-generally quieter tone at the -MT bourne pig market is revealed in the weekly report of Messrs. T. Shaw Lo gan and Co., which reads as under:-_ Stores.-A quiet demand at about late values; sucaers and slips 12/6 to 24/6, stores 30/- to 45/-, extra 50' to 74/-. Porkerls.-Light porkers still slack, SO lbs. and over selling freely"427 to 55/-, heavy 65/- to 87/6. Backfatters.-.iLrop, 3u/- to £2. We "topped" market tor F. and G. Cote man at £11/ 'u/-, second top 3. Regan £10/10/-; F. and G. Colemaon t/,16.-, T. Gaw £9/9/7, M. Sheehan" £L9/4/.. and lots ot otaers £5 to £9.r IBaconers. - Que:er throughout, curers lull of suppl.es. Light 14/5/ to 94/-, medium b,/- to.£/5/8/-, heavy £5; U/-to £5/15/-, extra 15/16/- to £6 1/-, odd heavies higher. We sold four T. Gaw at £7/91-,- five Mrs. A Cock at £6/14/-7 four O.'Shoulder at £6/13/-, live Holloway' Bros., at td 11/6, three. L. ` anpole aii ti'/9, 6, seventeen A. Hnazos to £6/10'Z-, fo...

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Visiting Mildura (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

Visiting Mildura d By C. M. Neylon. U (Continued) The. Commonwealth research station a owed its origin to a Mildura teacher, t Mr. A. V. Lyon, whose investigation t into irrigation and horticultural prob lems were subsidised by the dried fruits industry. Mr. Lyon and staff s are now assisted by an advisory cornm mittee of growers from Victoria and adjoining States. The Mildura High School was open ed in August, 1913. Lands set aside for its endowment by the Chaffeys I had been transferred to the Minister of Agriculture six years previously. Mr. George Chaffey also endowed a high school in Ontario, California, with provision for ten annual scholar ships at the University of Southern California. The citizens of Ontario subsequently dedicated the Chaffey memorial library to his memory. In 1906 a grant of £2000 was made by Mr. Andrew Carnegie for the erec tion of a library in Mildura. Six to seven hundred books were donated, £30 was received from a concert, £1400 from Mr. Presley Seal's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

I', Get Ready for tlhe FIRST VICTORY LOAN Opening Make an advance sub scriptic? fNow or buy 5/- Nationcil Savings Stamps to help buy a Victory Bond PV.2.32 .l ull?N ?..rNN ..... . . . . -ii..... .. . .... Kestle & Newton 'Phsme Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard MANY ARTICLES OF Iardware and Other Lines usually hard to obtain, ARE NOW BEING OFFERED! A VISIT TO THE STORE WILL REPAY YOU Fernshaw Road, HealeaviUle (It. Leonard's Read Junction) Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER N9ERNSHAW ROAD--EAST' ENZD SHOPPINQ ©CENT MODERN UPHOLSTERER Isqd Furt tre Bought HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quete Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materials Ouaranteed ,I.? ......... This Week's Seasonable Suggestions:. JELLY CRYSTALS, all Flavors no limit). Also in 1 Ib. and 14 lb. packets. FATHER'S FAVORITE, the King of FRUIT SAUCES. JUNKET TABLETS and JUNKET CRYSTALS. CUSTARD POWDER, including Foster Clark's, Uncle Toby, Par: son's, Dainy Maid = CORDIALS-Kia Ora Lemon, R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

J s .. AUTUMN BETTY -HUTTON in. Ijarailountis. HAPPY 0: LVUCKY' ;' tf youir Priority: Number' is ins' accord with the recent Government regulations Box il Tre Serv ce Pty. Ltd. Can rRE-CAP, .RE-TREAD,; and REPAIR YOUR TYRES '.....also~ -Supply all Sizes.New Tyres and -ubes as available 0 1O13 WHITEHORSE RD, BOX HILL ', ,? 'Phone. WX 2395. ' * Enquiries welcomed at i Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE. STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY HEAT AT THE LOWEST i . PRICESi OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most up-to-date in Victoria ..... , LEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES V.......N.. ........\..........N\ J. CONNOR ( Saddle-Collar - Harness Maker ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF SADDLES, BRDLE? AND HARNESSI MADE TO ORDER Stock and Riding Whips, Spurs, Etc. ALL REPAIRS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED~ WITH BEST MATERIALS At the Same Address:i - ! Nicholson St., Healesvll ...... (Opposite Grand Hotel) i.-.'- . A Trial will Convince You that I A...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

Croydn Market The good yarding of cattle, poultry and sheep sold well on Monday. Milking Cows £14, heifers £14/10/-, stale £9; springing cows £15, heifers £13/10/-; backward cows £9/10/-; yearling heifers 80/- to 120/-; store cows £6/10/- to. £7/10/-; store heifers £6/15/-; fat bullocks, light weight, £12/10/-; fat cows £12/10/-; fat heif ers £11115/-; beefy cows £10/10/-; choppers £6 to £7/5/-; crackers, up to 90/?-;.,dairy bulls £6/10//. .Calves.-?Large :vealers £9/5/- to £11/iJ5/., small. 6/5/l to. £8/11/-; calves 30/- to.89/-; small 15/- to 24/-, light weights td 12/6. , Pigs..---?eavyyporkers 80/- to 103/-, medium., 95/,-;to 85/-, light 60/-, to .70/-; ,;ight. baconers 96/- to .118/-; boars .4/r;' chopping sows 70/-' to 08/-; bacon stores 70/- to 8.0/-i slips 25/- topt3/-.; suckers 10/- to. 26/-; sows £5/4/6. Sheep.-'Wethers 17/9, full mouth 17/9; four-tooth ewes 18/- to 19/6, full nouth 22/-;.lambs-suckers 21/6, wooilly 2,3t-;.plaiiof-26? to 1?/%; stores -ews ,8/-, rams 18/-. ...

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[?]lesville Water Supply To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

lesville Water. Supply ---? ,, To the Editor. en the demand for water e capacity of the mains, the in dry weather is increas present six-inch main from urn is too small. Proposals t provided for enlarging this carry the quantity allowed by the Metropolitan Board with no margin for future It is a principle recognis tish communities, and incor a our legislation, that when authority constructs works transmission of water else rights of intermediate par be preserved by regulations e Governor-in-Council may to time amend. Further fact that other parts of the des the metropolis have a right to expand is in pro ,?ng widely recognised. the Metropolitan Board has and continues to construct res in other districts, and the local authorities hav. and very vital interest in the spread of fire in aum be sufficiont ground for of the whole position, in the recent experience and pos War developments.--.Yours, C. M. NEYLON. e, 10/2/44.

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The Creation of a Sanctuary [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

The Creation of a Sanctuary By Robert Eadie, M.B.E. In discussing personalities one man stands out prominently in what he did and how he did it. He was one time president of the Healesville Tourist Association, and was one of the advisory members of the sanctu ary committee, to which reference has already been made. His name, which is known to most residents of Healesville, is Mr. Reg. Stanley. He had located a small colony of platy puses at the river. I have not seen the place, but I understand that there was a. log which lay across part of the stream. The animals would from time to time approach quite closely to this log. The plan was for Mr. Stan ley to reach the river before the platypuses came out. He then lay full length on the log, in the hope that an animal would approach close enough to ensure its capture. One can only imagine the patience, tenacity and physical discomfort occasioned by such a position. To begin with, the log was wet and slippery, and this, was sometimes ac...

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TWO YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

TWO YEARS AGO. On February 16, 1942, Singapore fell and the Malayan campaign was ended. To Australia that tragic event meant immediate danger of invasion,   and three days later, at Darwin, the first enemy bombs fell, raining death upon Australian soil. But to the peo- ple of the Commonwealth it meant much more than the threat of invas- ion, for when the great bastion of the Pacific fell to the Japanese, over 17,000 men of the 8th Division were taken, and to-day languish still be- hind the barbed wire of enemy prison camps. The glory of their deeds in Malaya is overshadowed by our con- cern for their welfare, and our pride is tinged with the ever-present mem- ory of their plight. This, however, is no time for recrimination; no time for trying to fix the blame for that de- bacle. Singapore taught us one great lesson—that nothing but the maxi- mum of our energy and skill can hope to win this war. Whatever burdens we at home have to bear—and they are paltry enough—whatever...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

IN MEMORIAM SAUNDERS.—In loving memory of our darling mother, who passed away on February 6th, 1943.   We are lonely here without you, And sad For life is not the same to us Since you were called away. —Inserted by her loving husband and family (late of FernWrf»road) ROSS.-In loving memory of my dear son and brother Keith, who died on the 10th February, 1943, result of accident. Those who loved him will never forget.   -Inserted by his loving mother and sisters. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1944

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK SURGEON-DENTIST   VISITS HEALESVILLE     EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT     MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS:   SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19th SATURDAY, MARCH 4th   SATURDAY, MARCH 18th   City Address:     ALSTON BUILDINGS     em ELIZABETH STREET   'Phones: Central 2607 — Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 249 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY     2 p.m. till 5.30     Or by Special Appointment   AY BARTOLD'S PHARMACY   Tel. Healesville 120         WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY   PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER OLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE AB Hi4s of Carrying Effected Safely LADIES—WHY WORRY? E. ...

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Red Cross and Bush Fires SPLENDID RELIEF GIVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

Red Cross and Bush Fires             SPLENDID RELIEF GIVEN. Red Cross preparedness and fore- sight played a vital part in the rapid- ity with which the society was able to meet the tremendous demands for immediate relief in arears stricken by bush fires. At a meeting of the Bush Fire Com- mittee as early as September the so- ciety's policy regarding supplies to possible bush fire sufferers was form- ulated, and units of stores according- ly prepared. Under an arrangement with the State Relief Committee Vic- toria was divided into two sections, the northern portion to be handled by the committee and the southern ser- viced by the Red Cross. However, it was later agreed that relief would be accorded by the two bodies wherever practicable, each working in close liaison with the other. Thus, when the Wangaratta fires occurred, al- though the district was in the area assigned to the State Relief Commit- tee, fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

Statement of Electric Supply Loans Liability for the Repayment of the undermentioned Loans, Nos. 2, 3 and 9, was assumed by the State Electricity Commission of Victoria as from 1st April, 1933. LOAN No. 2. Sixty Debentures at 6 per cent. per annum, Debentures Redeemed ..».» .- -- .. 4,735 0 0 due 1st September, 1950 .... ....... 8,000 0 0 Balance - ---. -- --_- - 3,265 0 S . 8,000 0 0 £8,000 0 0 LOAN No. 3. Fifty-nine Debentures at 61 per cent. per an- Debentures Redeemed -. - - - 1,155 0 0 num, due 1st September, 1950 - - 2,000 0 0 Balance . .... 845 0 0 12,000 0 0 £ £2,000 0 0 LOAN No. 9. 'Sixty Debentures at 65 per cent, per annum, Debentures Redeemed ..' - .. . 1,037 5 4 due 1st December, 1916 .......... a,000 0 0 Balance ... .... ... ...- ... 1,962 14 8 13,000 0 0 £3,000 0 0 Summary of Loans Particulars Amount Redemption Sinking Fund Balance Shire Loans— Roads and Drainage ... ... ... 18,000 0 0 833 10 11 5,068 10 5 7,082 18 8     Memorial Hall ... ......

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