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[?]proved Education MINISTER AT HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 February 1944

Improved Education AqtHEIALESVILE. •ult of an agitation to estab j?gher elementary school at g the Minister for Educa ' 'ollway) visited here on .Other members of the parts included the. Director ation (Mr. Seitz), Sir William is .LA. and.Hon. W. H. Ever ll ors first inspected the visit State school, where they wille d by Cr. A. Cameroa parsident), and Messrs. Holl Snselitz addressed the. assem o children, which included from St. Joseph's convent and the Badger Creek State visitors, who were unfavorably ed with the present State site as the location for a high entalY school, then inspected at the top end of Queen's Swhere It was proposed "that a le school could be erected., in the Memorial Hall, Cr. .'welcorned the visitors, anc Yverard, introduced the deputa Various local representatives -he desire.bility of establish proposed school, and expressed willingness to co-operate. Fther Murphy spoke of the y, for a higher elementary at Healesville, to obviate tray and to provide higher e...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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The Creation of a Sanctuary [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

The Creation of a Sanctuary By Robert Eadle, M.B.E. The laudable ambition of the can tral committee to have several areas proclaimed as sanctuaries in the full meaning of the word has never ma terialised. Notwithstanding efforts made by naturalists and individuals, and the generous help of the press, matters remain where they were ten years ago. No land has been special ly set aside for carrying out the pro ject. There are some people who will refer to the Sir Colin MacKenzie Sanctuary as something which has been achieved. So far as I know, there is not a particle of evidence to sho : that the occupation is anything but permissive, and held during the pleasure of some one or all of the many departments interested. In the early days the local commit tee made very strenuous efforts to obtain some security of tenure. On one ocoesion Mr. Everard brought down the Chief Secretary (Mr. Mac farlane). He is now in the Dunstan Cabinet. The secretary of the Abo rigines' Protection Board, and s...

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A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

A Thought for To-day. The war goes well. We are to-day reaping the reward of four years of tireless endurance. We have emerged stronger and wiser from dangers and disasters that have no parallel in our history. On the distant horizon the rosy-fingered dawn of victory can be discerned.

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Healesville Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

Healesville Hospital By R. R. Cochran. A visit was paid to the Healesville Bush Nursing Hospital last Sunday by Sir James Barrett (hon. secretary of the Victorian Bush Nursing Associ ation), Lady Barrett, and Sister Fran cis (superintendent of the associa tion, who has charge of the nursing staff appointments. The visitors were met by Messrs. A. G. Kay (president) and R. R. Cochran (hon. secretary), and con ducted over the hospital. Sir James, who is a great advocate of bush nursing hospitals, was very interested in obtaining from the sec retary particulars of the progress of the institution, and asked many ques tions pertaining to it. Sir James was agreeably surprised to hear that the new building fund was nearing the £2,700 mark, and enquired as to the manner in which such rapid progress had been accomplished. After hearing details from the pre sident, Sir James requested the sec retary to express his appreclation to the numerous helpers and his wish that their future efforts woul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

-"/ "."Je'"'wa..Y..."YY".".M//N.................. "" " W.. Kestle & Newton 'Phone Healesville 23 East End Timber Yard MANY ARTICLES OF Hardware and Other Lines - usually hard to obtain, ARE NOWV BEING OFFERED! A VISIT TO THE STORE WILL REPAY YOU i Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) *"***************. ******........i.. .................................................................:.s -..."... .,.N............ f...... .............. ............. ............................. ............................ u, , Healesville Furniture Arcade SW. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD----EAST END SIIOPPING CENTRE MQDERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought, IHGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed .. ..... .....N ard... ... I This Week's Seasonable Suggestions: JELLY CRYSTALS, all Flavors no limit). Also in 1 lb. and 14 lb. packets. - FATHER'S FAVORITE, the King of FRUIT SAUCES. JUNKET TABLETS and JUNKET CRY...

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Catch-Crop of Chickens. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

Catch-Crop of Chickens. A, poultry expert has pointed out that. although the normal' hatching season is still four or five months off, the urgent need for eggs emphasises the desirability' of securing a "catch 'etop" of chick ens in late summer and .atumn. This means getting to work immediately. It is suggested that this ear;ly incubation can be carried on anti, the end of April. Then the rear ing ground can be given a thorough clean up and rest, by :ilosing down f,3r a couple of months. T:hs meth. od i?s; been found preferable to Latching into October. Early hatching meanta that it is easier to secure suitable 'eggs for incubution. The seasottai production from maturt, birds de creases from about iU .?per cent. in January to 2u per cent. in April and May.

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Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

Victory Club v----- By T. R. McLeish. yonthly euchre and dance organ by the Healesville Victory Club aid the Red Cross, held in the Me dal Hall, was excelleptry attended. Euchre prizes were won by Mrs. T. eay and Mrs. Griffin (equal ladies') d Mr. B. Hollow (gent's). Booby ?elations went to Mrs. Hollow and pW. Potts. Aspot dance was won by Mr. Cross dpartner, the same couple winning Monte Carlo. A pair of pottery p raffled during the evening were a by Mr. Lovell, of "Doogallok" icket No. 3C). Euchre tourneys were conducted by r. Olney, Mr. I. W. Gardiner was C.I Mr. R. Cochran was in the tic tbox, and Mr. D. Love was door n, Donations were gratefully re ived from Mr. G. Stainton, £L; Mr. Desborough, 2/-; Anonymous, 2/-; aonymous, 1/-; Continental Laundry 6. Cool drinks on sale during the ening were in great demand. The club thanks all friends for do tions of materials for sandwiches, d those who supplied milk for cof also Mr. G. Dornom for cooling It drinks. As a result of the effor...

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Healesville Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

Healesville Police Court Before Messrs. Wilkins, P.M., and Johnston, J.P., in Healesville police court on Thursday of last week, Fred erick John W. Roberts, of "Doogal look" guest house, Healesville, was charged that on January 15 he ignit ed inflammable material, thereby en dangering other persons' property. He pleaded not guilty, and was defended by Mr. L. J. Mullett. Senior-constable G. A. Newton prosecuted. Defendant admitted lighting the fire to burn off dead watsonias, but considered that he took every possible precaution and that other properties were not endan gered. After hearing evidence, the court adjourned to inspect the scene of the fire, and on resumption defen dant was fined £7, with 12/- costs, a stay of 28 days being granted. Lyell Lloyd, of 24 Lorne street, East Prahran, was fined £6,. with £2 11/- costs, on a charge of failing to stop his car and render assistance when he ran into and knocked down Norma Ellen Hughes, 12 years, of Harker street, in Castella street ...

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Healesville Water Trust To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

Healesville Water Trust -4---- To the Editor. Sir,-In my explanation on water trust matters in your last issue a typist's error occurred with reference to my recommendation to the trust on the necessity for the securing of additional water supplies for Heales ville. The name Badger Creek should have been Myer's Creek. This may confuse some readers, especially those who are aware of the Metropolitan Board's claims to the Badger Creek. Healesville has certain rights to Its share from Badger Creek, and I am of opinion that thQse rights will al ways be recognised. The Myer's Creek is not tapped by the board, therefore Healesville would be justified in its application for the reservation of the Myer's Creek. I ,did not state how much the trust has spent on the improvements, but, taking everything in, including engin eering expenses and pages of inciden tals over the past two years, the cost would be close on £4,000; but of this the trust received a grant of £900, plus £300, and a loan of...

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The Waterworks Conflict ENOUGH WATER WASTED TO SUPPLY 1000 PLACES LIKE HEALESVILLE, COMMISSIONER ASSERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

The Waterworks Co flict ENOUGH WATER WASTED to SUP PLY 1000 PLACES LIKE HEALES VILLE,' COMMISSIONER ASSERTi : . (Specially written Comn. J. B. Cook.)j Commissioner W. J, Dawborn .states in his belated article that the Heales ville ` Water Trust . has completed works costing over £3,000, and fi nanced same by means of a grant of £900 and a loan of £1,500, making £2.400 in all. He also states that this year Healesville water. ratepayers will 'have the benefit of those improve metits at a cost of about £50. Fine, if true. The actual fact is that the works cost £3,067, and in 'addition to tha loan and grant mentioned by Corn. Dawborn £5660 was to be financed out of current revenue. To meet the cost the rate vias increased for "1942--13 from 9??d. to t/-, bringing 'in £444, an(l the same increase applies in the current year. Will Commissioner Dawborn please explain? The recently completed improvoe ments have proved a complete fail ure, and should anY investigation he held the responsibil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

BgSINI[S? NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and ding Districts should consult J. DAWBORN al Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman gfnds of Insurance Effected ,eistrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 t'Oat - ltLat- ---- e Big Thing about these oes is that they look ht, feel right, give satis ion, and save money ithey last longer. Every n? Fashionable in Men's otwear is here at Prices t will appeal to your se of Reasonableness. Mac~onald's SHOE STORE Olson St., HEALESVILLE., 8OLICITORM Ilett & Langford SOLICITORS ORS and COlM1ISSIGNERS FOR AFF'IjVITS Ic., S.A., an. Tas. )OLLINS u1'., 1?,LBOIURNE E'IEND AT THEIR LAEVILLE OFFICE a?d Br.cdoarinv's Buildings etn the hot rs of 3 p.m. and , h.m. E'BERY Ti1RSDAY Telephones: i 329 . . 2-MUT' 4880 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Mickey Rooney and Lewis Stone in "ANDY HARDY'S DOUBLE LIFE" "ANDY HARDY'S DOUBLE LIFE" "ANDY HARDY'S DOUBLE LIFE" (0) William Boyd in 'HO...

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No Crime Wave To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

No Crime Wave -4------ To the Editor. S---*c--- Sir,-A paragraph appeared in your recent issue regarding the appoint ment of an extra policeman at Heales ville, and referred to the crime wave that has been manifest of late. At the last meeting of Healesville branch A.L.P., which represents the majority of electors in the Healesville division of the Deakin electorate (see last election figures), a resolution was car ried protesting against this para graph. We deny the existence of any crime wave. A perusal of previous issues over the last yeqr fails to jus tify such a statement. The moral tone of Healesville is very high. Yours, etc., A. L. PALMER, Secretary Healesville A.L.P. Healesville, 17/2/44.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

J. FAIRe . l 1_'F NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY ,---rn................................................ ......"".......... . .......... i:Va . o.warmy - *J ý- . u. . .I . ut:tI .' 0It - ,v.. .trot, - .N* * * ". Wo do help tle atr alurt it 'i .ria e, our' mon.? a a ?,'rtqn Sank aCCount. or i 1 ti a.s ay /- . tiial I.4 jA0 J... . ...- .:u0.,vo .Utng u 1nac? .Sdy -p 0.d.ir -. O- (UJ o o?i? I J?lnoil Ji??iri.fl.n p book - will callttin isi('tt icti.W It .) iar uso as a defrr.it in tutlaineanl oa a Was Fond. wbil Int o lu i basJok will purcsiaso a t10 1Sond outrigh., Single p.g?s of ata:urn? (£2) will be .accopted as a deposit' to a Savings Sitak account ii rerquirea. Get your Iree buoo: and purchase your 5/- National Savings S'tamps from ary Savinga bantr ar n .ca any Order Post QO.,'e and put your savings or erviceu Ito S.A2ED THE VICITOY. CO...

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At "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

At "The Ferns" By C. M. Neylon. Blitzed by Miss Alma Collins when barred her way to the letter box, a er snake about four feet long suc bed to spinal fractures, head In es and shock. Farewelled with deep regret on. the th inst, and presented with an in bed wallet of notes, Mr. Fred Gay, prting chairman, made a feeling appropriate response. Mr. Reg. ylir was elected to the chair, Mr. Carrick M.C., and Miss Pat Gibbs a second term as popular secretary. Prize winners in a fancy dress pa e on the 15th were:-Best Couple. Ir. and Mrs. Fitzgerald (Sitting .Il and Hiawatha); best sustained sass Forrest. Land and Rose (the ker Sisters); most original-Mrr. Carrick (Scarecrow); most humor h-Mr. H. Testra (Cleopatra); spe I prize-Miss Isabel Devitt (Mad .e Gin Sling. Other entrants were: Elsie Cotterill and Mr. Bert Car k (Edwarclian couple); Miss Maur | Stannus (Pelaco); Miss Roberts d Miss Lambert (service man and 55); Mr. Jack Macdonald' (Order the Bath,. Miss J. Land (paper); ASS Bailey ("J...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

j DENTISTS MR. H. ST( 'KK SURGEON-DEN -:?4T S' VISITS IIEALESVILLE t $VERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the 'il MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, FEIRIUARY 19th f SATURDAY, LMARICH "Ith SATURDAY, MARCII 18th IT City Address: II. .ALSTON BUILDINGS `- 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: entral 2507 Healeaville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK I SURGEON-DENTIST 1 219 BALAOLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD ;VISITS IEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY S, 2 p.m. till 5.39 !j Or by Speoial Appointment SAE BAR.TOLD'S PHARMACY T'el. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELGWEED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER OLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 (AM Ifinla of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHY WORRY? Write E. 1. Pouolt n SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES ,SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest. All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

ENGAGEMENT The Engagement is announced of Dorothy May (Bonnie), elder daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Gardiner, Healesville, to Ronald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Duff, Ascot Vale. BEREAVEMENT THANKS Mrs. E. Smith and her Sisters and Brothers wish to thank all kind rela- tives and friends for their sympathy and cards, telegrams, letters and flor- al tributes received in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment. MRS. E. SMITH. Mt. Riddell, Healesville. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual 'subscription,, 10/-; post free to ar.y address Morwell. Hodges, Editor. STelephone 91 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, i911

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NEW TIES WITH NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

NEW TIES WITH NEW ZEALAND. Signing of the Australia-New Zea land pact for Pacific security came. appropriately enough, in January anniversary month of the Australian Commonwealth. Although war has de prived Australia Day of its former ap peal as a holiday, its significance this year is greater than at any time since Federation. Outstanding feature of the pact, for the present, is its defi nition of the regional zone of defence. This comprises the south and south west Pacific areas based on Austral!a and New Zealand and extending through the arc of islands north and north-east of Australia, to Western Samoa and the Cook Islands. Com mon danger has brought about 'he close binding of Australian interests with those of our Tasman neighbor. But the agreBement itself, despite its wide framework of unified policy, must be regarded as merely the fun .tationi fo' the cO, ahead. U'TJ r ' nately, although there has always been great mutual amity, Australia and New Zealand in the past have to,)...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

Croydon Market On Monday there was a heavy yard ing, of cattle, poultry and sheep, all of which sold very well. Milking cows brought £15, heifers £23, stale £10; springing heifers £12 10/-: backward cows £10/10/-; year ling heifers £4/5/- to £6/10/-; store cows £7; lines of store cows £6 to £7 10/-; store heifers £7/5/-; light weight fat bullock £12; fat cows £12/15/-; heifers £13/10/-: beefy cows £11 12/6; choppers £6 to £7/10/-; crack ers up to £6. Calves.-Large vealers £10/12/6, small £5/15/- to £7; calves 50/- to 90/-, small 20/- to 36/-, light weights to 16/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 85/- to 105/, medium 70/- to 87/-, light 55/- to 75/-; light baconers 110/-; chopping sows 110/-; bacon stores 60/- to 75/-; porkers 45/- to 55/-; slips 30/- to 47/; suckers 12/- to 27/-. Sheep.-Four-tooth wethers 19/9. full mouth 14/-; full mouth ewes 17/; lambs-suckers 20/6, woolly 25/-, shorn 21/2, plain 14/- to 18/-, stores 12/6; store rams 13/9. Poultry.-Cockerels 19/6, cock chic kens 12/- to 17/3...

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

F0pular Pars y L. J. Adam. dixv thd Lilydale Bowl 'd .'ied alesville. Weather pefect for bowling, and .n waps the best it has been en After partaking of after 'and t'he visitors being wel 0~t eanleville, Mr Gill pres' pt o Lilyd:le club, responded, :t of the leased they were to come. l r.l L.re pilayed, of 25 ends, s,?r?d in na win for Healesville ,ildale ScI .·ag S7. Raff, Hew Tly' Errington (c.) defeated : To~evcr. \ instanley and Mat ...f " " _., Pollard, Pitt, Black ?-e.rtholomew (c.), d. Gilson, SGill C'allick (c., 24-15. Mrs. RA, tutzou, Murn (c.), lost ;o d- Htarvey, Brown, McKay 1,. pockett, Robinson, Fair 'Johnston (c.), lost to McLass, e) Winterbottoni, Latimer (c.,, S.following Healesville bowling Sheso have been played:-Cham ,hSingles.-Dr. Phillips d. D. n l-to. Handicap Singles. d. pockett, 21-18; Adam d. Kite -1 Bartholomew d. Blackburn, Sirs. Murn d. Pollard, 21-i. 11bers are again asked to- play it matches without delay. li A. C. Hadley, of Wandin Yal ,has been appoi...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 9 and 10. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 9 and 10. While there was a steady business at the Melbourne pig market last week, prices did not advance, except for calves, with which Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. topped the prices for the day. The report submitted 'by this astute firm is as under: Stores.-Fewer buyers about and values lower, 1 7.o.: 45 /-. Porkeris--?.'a?wdyi- ' dompetition atr about late rates, 10/- to 80/.6, few`to '88/6. Backfatters.-Unaltered. We sold drafts A. Razos, two at' £12/11/ ("top"; C. W. Scott £11/6/- and' £9/G/,. and 'various others £9 to £5/5/-. : Baconers.-A steady enquiry for all descriptions. We sold a splendid lot, including six A. Phayer at £7, five John Williams at £7/12/-, four F. Humphrey at £6/18/6, eight J'ohp Campbell 'at-- 6 17/6o seven" 'Jas.f" " Bain at £6/16/6, 'seventeen E. Minns at £6/13/6, four Holloway Bros. at £6 12/6, ten Bradshaw and Sinclair at £0/10/6, five J. Borrie at £6/11/6, 'five T. Jones at £6/5/6, two T. Coonan at £6/5/6...

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