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The Graceburn System To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 February 1944

The Gracebuirn System 'To the Editor. Sir,--The main fr m the Graceburn supplies an. area va' ying in level by about. 360 feet, and&aen flow at only d fraction of its capacity when sup plying the highest .l}els. Under such conditions the flow jt the inlet is' al most imperceptible. At lower levels in' the town the s'atic pressure.' of about 156 lbs. is, except in the case of establishments with? boilers to feed, unnecessarily high, leading to waste. • Similar difficultie.d have been-over come by zoning. That is, by the con struction of service basins at differ ent levels, with separate reticulation system to each an ~ water at a high. pressure supplied bl a service from a higher zone as required. In Melbourne suburbs the average pressure is 60 lbs. per square inch, and in the city 70Q lbs. per square inch, with provisior for turning on higher pressures in the event of fire. In a gravitation system service ba sins should be located at such levels that the capacity ;of the mai...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

Popular Pars By L.. J. Adam. By L. J. ).danm. i.A St. John's Chr.ch o, Englandr H-calcsville, on Sundr:y, harvest festi val services were held. A good re sponse resulted in' a number of gifts benefiting the St. John and St. James Mission and St. John's Home for Boys, and the local bush nursing hos pital. The Rev. S. J. MNuxworthy was preacher. _'_?_?.:.' e To.::::; Club held an other interesting tournament among members, whose numbers have in creased to 38. After exciting games, the final between Miss Andrew (as a gent)-Mrs. Dickens and Mr. Pitt and Miss McDonald produced some sparkling tennis, which all who wit nessed it thoroughly enjoyed. The re sult was a win for Miss Andrew and Mrs. Dickens, 6 games to 5. Progress scores in the following Healesville Bowling Club tournaments are as follow:-Champion singles. Errington d. Hewitson. 21-3: Erring ton d. Dr. Phillips, 21-10; J. Fairbank d. Bartholomew, 21-18. Handicap Singles.-Rutzou d. Johnston, 21-8; Adam d. Pitt, 21-19. Bowling cl...

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Water Points To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

Water Points To the. Editor. Sir,-When the late Mr. B. A. Smith, M.C.E., was engineer for re ticulation improvements at Ararat ie had a difference of opinion with the local turncock, a Mr. Wallace. A .mathematician of international re pute, Mr. Smith was a very just man, and had a detailed estimate of Mr. Wallace's scheme prepared and sub mitted with two alternative proposals of his own. After investigation the writer had a scheme drawn up em bodying features of the other three, and this was accepted by all parties. Ararat reticulation was divided into a number of zones, with a service basin to each and the static pressure in the main from the mountain broken down with pressure reducing valves. An eminent British authority sometimes preferred to pump water to high levels rather than incur the capital charges on large mains. He also favored twin mains, so that the supply could be kept up in the event of a burst in one of them. In the city of Perth high levels are supplied by automati...

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Kitchen From. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

Kitchen Front. When trying to make the meat ration go further housewives should remember that pot .'oasts can be made of clhtpe. cut:, .i;c' :S blr:de bone, joint or leg end of round. After browning the meat, add :i. little water and simmer. Add haivedl or whole vegetables during the ilaat hour the meat cooks: these edd. ' t--e flavor. :This is a method which s.-'es fuel and time. Another tasty d n cmn be made by spreading over thin steaks, boned brenst of mutton, or in r avities 'after removal of bones, ituffI.gs made 'flri, crusts. softened in hot water or from soft breadcrun_ os, seasoned with herbs.

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Optician's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

Optician's Visit. Mr. A. S. White, opthalmic optician, is visiting Healesville, and may be consulted in the Memorial Hall from 3 to 4.30 p.m. daily, from March 1 to March 7. Victory Club Social. Next Thursday ºnight, March 2, is the date of the next enjoya.ble euchre and dance sponsored by the Heales ville Victory Club to aid the Red Cross. Be sure to be among the hap py throng in the Memorial Hall. There will be lots of novelties, and a good supper. School of Dancing. The Gillett school of ballroom dan cing holds classes for beginners only in the I.O.R. Hall on Tuesday at 8 p.m. (modern and old-time, and on Thursdays at 8 p.m. for advanced dancers, by appointment only. Ring Healesville 50. Departure. Mr. C. M. Neylon left Healesville this week to reside at Mildura, where he was formerly an official of the Irrigation Trust. Acknowledgment. Red Cross receipts for the fortnight ended February 21:- Collections: Mrs. Snell, £11/-; Mrs. Hookey, £2 6/6; Mrs. Tyers, £1/15/6; Mrs. Court ney...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

OPTICAL NOTICE 45 GLENHUNTLY ROAD, ELSTERNWICK Opthalmic Optician MIember of Victorian Optical Association Wishes to Notify Old and Intending Clients that he is Visiting Healesville, and may be consulted AT THE HEALESVILLE MEMORIAL HALL DAILY from 3 to 4.30 p.m. FOR ONE IVEEK From March 1st to March 7th Other Appointmentg by Arrangement i/nn N.llglfillfff l 11lNll l ND'? Illl l11NlNNNWi lNl 1N\!-N-!. .. -1! L ?: t _]_] -_ ..,-?m! mt. l __ aNlN ?UMANY A MICKLE MAKS A MUCKLE THERE'S a lot of commonsense in that old Scotch proverb when it comes to raising the money needed to fight the war . . . In the coming Victory Loan, £150,000,000 must be found and the job of finding it is a job for every single one of us . . No matter how small your loan may be in itself, add it to the money subscribed by others and there will be created the funds reeded to guarantee our fighting forces the tools of Victory. GET READY FOR THE VICTORY LOAN Make an advaosc a aecrlptflon NOWY, or buy 5/. Nalonlal Sav...

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Coldstream Garden Fete. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

Coldstream Garden Fete. Preparations for the garden fete to be held at "Olinda-Yarra" on Satur day, March 4, are advanced almost to the. point of finality, and the Cold stream branch of the Red Cross have no qualms in guaranteeing a good -day for patrons. Admission has been set at the low figure of 1/-,- making the tiip to this delightful spot within the reach of everybody. It is worth the money and the trip to see the beautiful grounds of "Olinda-Yarra," apart from any other consideration. So reserve Saturday, March 4.

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Untrue Statem[?] Refuted To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

Untrue Statem Refuted ,..... -_=. ? To the Editor. Sir,-I have received i recently from more than o that some irresponsible p been making untrue and statements with reference bush nursing hospital, and take this opportunity of giv pha,tic denial to same, as t an atom of truth in the made by this person, who has some sinister motive such unscrupulous assertio The first statement va were raising a large sum building fund and were dil with the amount I aised. to this untrue assertion money raised for this purpe ited to a special account set this work, but is invested monwealth bonds till such t money is required for th mentioned, and at this dat bonds to the value of £2,41 further £600 ready to he i the first Victory Loan. is our custom to convert money raised into bondls have £50 to invest, and at t time are receiving interest £80 per annum, or 30/- per The second statement was local hospital was a ptlivat tion and did not warrant Again this is far from the Hcalcsville Bush Nursin;? H...

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Healesville Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

ealeSVile Hospital f R X. Cochran. Bb ...pital sports com m ittee m et w?eeI. making furtheri pro thie monster £130 sports for be held on Easter Satur oril , to aid the hospital build tsd. etary reported that the se. oad race was creating much interest' and many intending iterios were overhauling their tito0's begin training for this It w\il1 start from the Barakl It thence along Recreation oe the sanctuary, across to Don tinishing at the oval gate in Jadk Moloney and Mr. Barney Sr..eported that the coming sille meeting was the topic of ation at the Marysville s%orts orseek and both were promised support from the axemen and *ed appreciation for their enter in conducting the two Victorian pionships this year. We may it necessary to hold heats and a for the standing block champion at Easter, if the support prom is forthcoming. time table for arena' events been drawn up, and on account of many events scheduled it was d necessary to commence the rat at 1.15 p.m., in order to fin in good...

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Sanctuary and Progress To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

Sanctuary and Progress -4e-- To the Editor. Sir,-As a resident of Healesville recently, having purchased a property here, I have taken' pride in showing off the local attractions, and all my visitors have passed the same. rema' k, "It is a pity the sanctuary is so dil apidated," and I agree with them. The sanctuary is one of the best draw cards the district has if given pub licity, and the townspeople, shop keepers and guest houses would de rive a big influx of business from extra tourists. This could and should be made their responsibility, and if they were to contribute towards mak ing the sanctuary a big boom they would draw bigger dividends them selves. This could be either brought to their notice by the formation of a progress association, who would make themselves busy to see that progress was made in the town generally, or by a publicity campaign. It is agreed that there is room for quite a lot of progress, but its no use relying on the council to do it all. The council is on...

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Water Meters To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

Water Meters -4------ To the Editor. Sir,--The trouble with the supply fron the Graceburn is that the main is too small, and, as Mr. C. M. Ney lon has pointed out, with a small main the people on the low levels can draw off practically all the supply. The service basin at Atkinson's Hill, if reserved for high level users, would solve part of the problem. A trunk main of adequate size, whether sup pled direct from the Graceburn chan nel or from a service basin suitably placed, would give sufficient volume to supply everybody, as the quantity drawn off by low level users would hot be sufficient adversely to affect the general supply. On the question of the cost of ser vice basins, Mr. Neylon's remarks are pertinent. A comparison regarding cost and efficiency between the pro posed service basin on Mr. Hallen stein's property and a service basin 'n the site of the council quarry, which. the council has decided to abandon, will, I think, make interesting read ing, One set of figures is a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

NISF; NOTICES ss of Purchasing or petites in Healesville and ;gDistricts should consult DA?. JB:ORN Estate and Business Agent r0erty Salesman ids of Insurance Effected l?e;istrar for Bfrths and Deaths LON; ST., IIEALESVILLE Pi;orne HIeales. 42 that e Big Thing about these ses is that they look ight, feel rightgive satis iction, and save money rthey last longer. Every an3 Ishionable in Men's oatwear is hce at Prices hat will appeal to your ense of Reasonableness. 4 S-01OE STORE Nfcholson St., HEALESVILLE. BOLICITOR? htlett & Langford SOL ITITORS CO'ORS and COMIISSIOGNEItS FOR ?. TIDAVITS Ic., 5., and Tas. N COLLIIUS ST., 1TELBO'URNI At'?TEND AT THEIR EU:,L ?:VILhLE OFFICE e a and :,'addlawv's Buildings Bet;ten the hours of 3 p.m. ano 6 p.m. EVEYRr TITURSDAY ICTelephuoes: l 39 ------- M 438. WH AT do you need to increase your MILK PR@DUCTION? IS IT MORE MEN? You can nominate persons previ ously employed by you and now in the Army or elsewhere for re turn to your employment. Or...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

DENTISTS LL Mi. H. STOCK S lURGEON-DENT!ST V ITS HEALESVILLE IEVEY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the [C, MAOONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS: ( S; SATURI)AY, LMARCH 4th S'. ATURDAY, MARCII 18th City Address: UL. .a:LSTON BUILDINGS L,, 82 ELIZABETH STREET r 'Phones: S?anta S7 -7 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK S1. MSJGIEON-DENTIST d@: 3A B OLAVA ROAD c.ULFIELD 1 VI0IW KREALESVILLE EVERY T]URRSDAY Sp.m. till 5.30 Li Or by Speeial Appointment ij A'S BARTOLD'S PHARMACY T 'el. Healesville 110 EM INESS NOTICEB W. EN YOU WANT GOODS gDe.EIjWLED PROMPTLY TO ANY PAWR OF THE IIEALESVILLE DISTBRIOr MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, IEAiLESVILLE 'Phone 121 IAllAHIInd of Carrying Effected Safely AMID AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poult n SPEGIAL BONJTEAN 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 ,. 1e6 BOURKE ST.,...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 16 and 17. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

Market Report Ii.ELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 16 and 17. Top of the backfatter market was again recorded by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. at the Melbourne pig market. This firm so frequently heads the quotes that their customers must be most contented. T. Shaw Logan and Co.'s report on last week's mar ket is as under: Stores.-Quiet; slips and suckers 7/6 to 12/6; light 14/- to 2S/-; heavy 30/- to 72/-. Porkers.-Light pigs neglected, 24/ to 36/-; medium, 42/- to 56/-; heavy, 58/- to 74/-; extra, to 88/6. Backfatters.-Heavy sows best, fat ty sorts slow. We topped the mar ket for J. Johnston at £12/11/-, Smul len Bros. £11/11/-, J: Johnson £11/9/, R. A. O'Neill £11/6/-, Fred Price £10 19/-, C. Seenholdt £10/4/-, and many others. Baconers.-Quality in demand, the others quiet enough. We sold 391 in all, including the following choice pens:-A. Sparks £6/17/6, six P. Galea at £6/14/6, four F. Bush at £6 13/6, S. Trenfield £6/13/-, John Campbell £6/11/6, C. Gardiner £6 10/6, five A. L. See...

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Swimming at Healesville My "Breaststroke." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

Swimming at Healesvil'e -4--d"-- My "Breaststroke." . Last Sunday, in the baths, Queen'', Park, Healesville, about 100 saw the results of the "Learn to Swim" cam paign organised by Constable Bill Hall over the .past three weeks. About 50 youngsters who could not swim previously swam the required distance of 25 yards, as a final test of what they have been taught during the campaign. Constable Hall and Miss Beryl Lawrence, instructors, were also the examiners, and each state that arl contestants passed the roquired stan dards. During the campaign approximate ly 100 children have been shown cor rect methods of swimming, life sav ing and artificial respiration, and in one instance received a practical de monstration when Constable Hall and Miss Lawrence applied artificial res piration on Keith Newitt, who had the misfortune to get into difficulties in the water. As a result of the campaign the following children will receive "The Herald" learn-to-swim certificates (some youngsters are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

jNICH-IOLSON 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 ..... ........ .... W r co h e'lp ita 'sa .:t.S:t it an .lace our 'n-,,Iy Io ~ iar.rja 3ank accliint, at it ws uy 5/ t~i~a ta, ; jorliu, s . .nnl.,. :r-.i -ovldllg untlleclanory c iracnui.. Onem pa?a;l on a Nanotla; :a. :,; S tlrne?p!ooh' wl!l ontlain .nouyih a~iam (02) I t ar .?a a a .iopott or ,n:tIlerot:ll 'on a War Bond vwhile is, Iill bool wvll purnchoro n £10 Hoad outright. SqLto pages of ota:t?'i; (02) will h, acc pttd ns ai da posit to."a Savings Buni;: x"c'.l ii recquire;. Get your freon Lulr anm.dl purchai o yrur 3/- Nltionai Sav n't l?.IUtnlt trom anly : kgirnss Sant: or Mcnuy Orde, For. OQi;ce and put your savinqgs on n.crict :;o .PEED THI I!CTCOV. 0031 0 W A L llf®iD i iladtiiS i0Ni i : ::::::::.::............. .::::: :I ....................... MILK OF MAGNESIA iliiiEEiE EEEEEEE ,or That is wh...

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THE SANCTUARY TO-DAY FORMER CURATOR ROBERT EAD IE, M.B.E., ENDS HIS ARTICLES WITH CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

THE SANCTUARY TO-DAY FORMER CURATOR ROBERT EAD IE, M.B.E., ENDS HIS A TICLES WITH CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM. It would appear that the only way to secure the land as a permanency would-be by an Enabling Bill passed by. Parliament. From what we know and have experienced, such a happen ing is very remote. There are not many members of Parliament who have ever shown any real interest in the preservation of our fast diminish ing fauna. It ip probable that some look upon our irreplaceable animals as so much meat and leather. An Enabling Bill would be something to dream h(bout, but unlikely to be con zidered in our waking hours. All this raises another point,'upon which I will not advance an opinion. It may crop up some day. Simply put -how much individual and collective responsibility rests upon the commit tee who are engaged in a meritorious and voluntary work? After a good many years of obser vation and work I am loth to have to admit that we Australians have little interest in the preserv...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 February 1944

IN MEMORIAM MACDONALD.-In loving memory of my dear husband, George H. Mac- donald, who passed away at Heales- ville on 22nd February, 1933; also our dear little girl, Violet. And with the morn those angel faces smile, Which I have loved long since, and lost a while. -Inserted by his loving wife, Jean. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN S"Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post, free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1944

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 24. A slight falling off of values at the Melbourne pig market is indicated in the regular report of Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co., which reads as under: Stores.-Quiet. Values easy, 12/- to 22/-, 24/- to 64/-. Porkers.-Heavy descriptions hard ly so dear, but still selling well. We had a splendid run, from 70/- to 89/6. Backfatters. - Eased considerably, except for heavy sows, £10/10/- to £14/11/-. Baconers.-Last week's high rates were barely maintained for choicest curers' lots. Light, medium and fatty drafts were much the same. We had a splendid run, including four E. Jewell at £6/18/-, three J. Johnson at. £6/16/-, R. Teinley at £6/19/-, ten George Cribbes at £6/14/6, nine A. Razos at £6/13/6, three L. McLachlan at £6/10/6, five Holloway Bros. at £6/9/6, five W. Aitken at £6/8/6, two F. Humphrey at £6/10/6, eleven S. Affleck to £6/7/6, four A. C. Bentley at £6/2/6, four J. Williams at £6/1/6, five G. Berry at £6/1/6, nine A. Samp son at...

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Bush Fire Relief Fund [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 March 1944

Bush Fire Relief Fund Previously acknowledged ....15 11 0 "Montpellier," second con tribution S s o tribu tion ..... ...... .... ...... ...... ,S S M rs. C. R eid ................ 5 5 0 "Montpellier," third contri b u tion .... ...... ...... .................. 10 0 Total to date ........... £38 14 0

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