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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK' j SUBEGUON-DENTIST VISITS IIEALESVILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MABOONDAH TEA ROOMS City Address: .aLSTON BUILDINGS . 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: 'entra'l 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 211 BALACLAVA ROAD Cý ULFITELD |ISITS HEAL]6VILLE EVERY L THURSDAY L' 2 p.m. till 6.20 Or iy Special Appointment ý. AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS ?DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF TIlE HEALESVILLE DISTEIOT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 181 'A1 Kinds of Carrying Effeeted Safely AND AT LOWEST R.ATES " LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poultun SPECIAL BONJEAN FRMAL 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 165 BOURKE ST., MELB. Cent. 2197 If Oaut o o Sorts Even those folks who . usually enjoy good health Sdo not al...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

Croydon Market All classes of live stock sold at top prices last Monday. Milking cows, fair quality, £16/15/-, heifers £15, stale £8/10/-; springing cows £14/10/-, helfers £13: backwpird cows £10; yearling heifers' ,£6/6/-; store cows £7, heifers £7/5/-; light fat bullocks £11/5/-; choppers £6 to £8 15/-; crackers to £5/5/-. 'Calves.-On'the rise.- Large-vealers £10/12/6,. small 10/- to 120/- :calves 45/- to 60/-, small 20/- to 36/-, light weights to 16/.. Pigs.-Selling better. Heavy porkers 90/-" to 105/, medium- 70/- to 90/., light 60/- to 70/-, killable to 65/-; light' baconers £5/12/-; chopping .ows 05/-; bacon stores to 70/-; porker stores 38/- to 51/-; slips 20/- to 38/-; suckers 8/- to 24/-. Sheep.-Sqlling' well, but quality poor. Four-tooth wethers 29/-, 'full mouth 25/-; •six-tooth ewes 22/- ;{full mouth 14/- to '20/-;. lambs-suckers 24/-, shorn 20/1, plain '22/-, crackers 6/7, rams 18/-. Poultry.-Cockerels 17/ 'to i20/-, cock chicks 12/- to 16/6, white chifk ens 5/0 to 11/6...

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Walter Lindrum at Healesville £150 RAISED FOR BLIND SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 March 1944

Walter Lindrum at Healesville £159 RAISED FOR IBLIND SOLDIERS. - 4---- The advent of Walter Lindrum world champion billiardist, in the Me morial Hall, Healesville, on Tuesday night, .provided an exhibition of su preme sporting skill unprecedented here. The event was staged under the auspices of the local R.S.S.A.I.L:A., and the whole of the proceeds, total ling the record amount for Henlcsville of £150, were devoted to the Lord Mayor's Appeal for Victoria's blind soldiers. Local billiard enthusiasts, asJ well as many others of both sexes who probably had never seen the game he fore, turned up in round numbers, and interest and excitement were unabhted throughout. Healesville "shelled out" handsomely when " '- , so by the master cuelse and his accompany ing party. It was indeed surprising to see so much money flying about. Walter immediately won his way to the hearts of his audience. Of short stature, with silver hair' and infectious smile, he possesses indeed a "winning" personality...

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HANDS OFF WIRTHS' PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 April 1944

HANDS OFF WIRTHS' PARK. The Dunstan Government, in its elaborate scheme for beautifying Mel bourne, proposes to spend £2,000,000 in re-modelling the art galleries and public library. Surely a vast amount of money could he utilized to much better advantage in administering to the needs of country districts. State Cabinet has cancelled the lease of Wirths' Park, South Melbourne (Wirths' Circus headquarters), substi tuting either a park or some building to be used for art purposes, on which it is proposed to spend portion of this enormous sum. Australia depends first and last on its primary produc ers. If weather or other restrictions prevent the farmers from carrying on it is reflected immediately in the ac tivities of the entire community. The farmer is our pivot or key man; there fore, governments should extend to primary producer every preference and encouragement before squander ing such an extraordinary amount of money on a scheme that is absolutely unnecessary now, no matter :ho...

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 April 1944

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam. Mid-week Lenten services in At. John's were conducted by. the vicar. The meditations and addresses were based on Our Lord's life during Holy Week, which culminates on Good Fri day, which is a holy day and not a holiday. Healesville Tennis Club on Saturday Iheld an American mixed doubles tour nament to aid the War Service Fund. The weather was ideal, and many en joyable games were played, 22 taking part. It was disappointing that only a few visitors entered to support this worthy cause. Results:-lst, Gnr. L. Andrew and Mrs. Smith, 26 games; 2, E.-Colville and Mrs. Bath, 25; 3rd, A. Purnell and Mrs. McKenzie, 22. The sum of £2/2/- was handed to the fund. At the assembly of the Healesville school on Wednesday, the head mas ter (Mr. Bartholomew) kindly asked me to present the swimming. certifi cates; and it gave me great pleasure to do so. I certainly would .like to add my congratulations to.Constable Hall and Miss B. Lawrence on their efforts in teaching the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 April 1944

....u .................. .....s ..s.*..* ..............****..**....... . ................ SJ. FAIRBANK WIICOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 136 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWIIHE?PE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST EVERTTHING FRESH DAIL Y Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE iniL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT TMU LaOWST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANTWHER _ All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which ae of the most up-todate in Vietoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES I ................... ........ ... .......... ..soE iBARTOLD'S . ..... SN MIILK OF MAGNEI-A - 'That is what Mother gives Me sad wise moher ti*, be-- Milk of Mainesis is ideal fwo hdelphsI kep children healthy. It ealts Iatare to Skeep tlitle stemue free fromda:nger:en s - adds, sad so aide digestles Md li-m. sl w lagma b omI s bII I S BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Officei HEALESVILLE SPhone 120 (After Houn. Phone 2). MISS McDONALD, Man.aere OWNT Take any Ritk of Le es WDy Protect Your H...

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Council Has Busy Day WEST HEALESVILLE PETITIONS FOR SCHOOL RE-OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 April 1944

Council Has Busy Day WEST HEALESVILLE PETITIONS FOR SCHOOL RE-OPENING. Large volume of business was trans acted at Monday's Healesville Shire Council meeting. Present were:-Crs. Cameron (president), "Johnston, Daw born,. Murton, Huxham, Kay, Barton and Cook. Minutes were taken by the shire secretry, Mr. Massey. Cr. Cameron was slightly indispos ed, feeling the after-effects of a bout of influenza. He chaired the meeting, however, with his usual assiduousness. The presidential rostrum being set up in front of the fireplace, on the advice of Cr. Murton the hallkeeper (Mr. Jenkins) was called upon to cover the vent with a three-ply black-out board, to prevent d<raughts from u .aoaýii, «, .president's back. This done, business was proceeded with. CONDOLENCE. Sympathetic. reference was made to the regretted passing of Cr. S. B. :Mowle, and' it was resolved to send a letter 'of condolence 'to the bereaved. CORRESPONDENCE. Repatriation Committee, recom mending foilaation of a lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 April 1944

gSIN?1s? NOTICES Desirors of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and ding Districts sheuld coarult J. DAWBORN al Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman ginde of Insurance Effected iegistrar oaikrt h and Deaths OLSON' ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 43 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 heree at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. -MacDonald's : SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. 80LICITORS ullett & Langford 80LICITORS CITORS and COr?II SSIeNERS FBR AFFrA VIS , lc., S.A., a'.'! Tas. COLJNS ST., MELBOURNaB? Al'T)TND -.-t THEIR B'IA SVILLE OFFICE ?aid Br4;lshaw's Buildings ,'tOO; the hours of 3 p.m. e.e: C p.m. SEV'y ' "HU RSDAY ýY111i] :? .- : MUh 4340 MEMORIAL HAIL TALKIES: To-Night, Saturd y.. Carole'Lombard and Jack:Benny its '. "TO BE OR NOT TO BE" (G) "TO BE OR NOT TO BE" (G) "TO BE OR'NOT TO' E" (G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 April 1944

MR. H. STOCK F ' -. l a o$.BE1.TaT " ATUR.DAY O POETQIIE I at the ai1.W6DonOnAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: APRIL 1st i·NO VISIT APRIL 15--HOLIDAY) la.. APRIL 2eth SMAY 13th MAY 27th JUNE 10th JUNE 24th 1.. o Address: ( , 4AfTON BUILDINGS I 3. mABETH STREET 'Phones: ., d :. 50 -2 Healuville 151 MR..FRAN K H. COOK L SCLZOBON-DENTIST ?. 2al MALACLAVA ROAD see'. maLsVILLR RV aRY TRURIDAY L. 2 p.m. tinll 4.0 LU , ObI Spe?sial Appointment SAT'ARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tir. Healesil 11$ RINJWR NOTIOES WMBh YOU WANT GOODS ?ELW ED PROMPTLY TO ANY PAiW OF THli HUAIESVILL DISTRBIT MAURICE CHANDLER OLIVE AVRNVE HEALUBYIILE 'Phone 181 %iX KIal? of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWWST RATES LADI---WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Speolal, 10/- per Bex Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest, All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 12s BOURBE ST., MELB. Cent. 2107 i. Ou t of S...

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Hospital Easter Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 April 1944

ospital 'Easter pjorts5 By R. R. Cochran. Entries have closed for the monster er Saturday sports meeting to aid Healesville Hospital building fund. siuch large entries have been re 'red in all events-wood chopping d running-that only good weather required to make the meeting the yet held by this progressive and dhusiastic committee. The 'Standing Block Championship Victoria for 1944 will bring to er the eight best axemen now epeting in this State, representing the largest timber districts. Among are A. E. Newcombe, of Colac, eent Western District and South alian champion, who was run *up in the recent Healesville cham uship; the regular back marker in parts of the State, Harry (H. F.) tards, late of Noojee, and winker the last Healesville championship, ,resenting Benalla district; Les Bar , who will carry the Marysville ner; W. J. (Jim) Caldwell, of Boo winner of 'the Gippsland cham ship at Meeniyan, and three other who will strive, with the sup Of J. D. Walker, of Noojee, to the ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 April 1944

-it's dangerous! Meur. Cocksure, Complacent and Cant. lose are a menace to the war effort. They S confuse optimism with ostrichism. The £ t, son .au mu.a.-. road to victory is long and hard. The only a.lity has ee ses way to shorten it is to stop guessing and v"ory ao 4O5s b six Jubc start doing. SPEED the Victory by invest- eud for she 6 nueteol Ing every pound of your savings in subscribers. Help win Austral-a's First Victory Loan. premier honouru so Mour dCstrect. When SPEED THE VICTORY... by sut r .eeo t r .o, in the space provided INVEST IN THE FIRST .oh , ou own dis- . Are now Avatilable for Essential Three and Four Ton capacR LOAN ities, Dual Rear Whe els. Iubscmported. Bodies and All-Steel Cabs. Dual Frames, American Tyres (includ ImpAn Official Prted by Governmient necessary to purchase thesfence Measure, touks. Your Ford Dealer will glroadly transport within Austrapplication Are now Available for Garssential AUTHOree aISED Four Ton capacities, Dual Rear Wheels. Imported 13...

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Healesville Water Trust MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 April 1944

Healesville Water Trust -4--e-- MONTHLY ?IEETING. Cmr. Dawborn presided at Heales ville Water Trust meeting. CORRESPONDENCE. Waterworks Trusts' Association, ad vising that executive committee meet ing would be held on June 28, and inviting trust to send representatives and business.-Received. R. Kobiolke, drawing attention to poor water supply.-On motion, of Cmrs. Cook and Dawborn, to be in formed improvements would be made to Healesville's water supply in near future. N. R. Cousins, "The Wattles," for reconsideration of trust's decision re her alplication for half-inch service from Westmount rcad.-Plumber to investigate and report. B. L. Hickie, complaining of water supply to "Rus Cott ige."-On motion of Cmrs. Cook and Murton, to be in formed trust's recent £4,000 scheme had proved unsatisfactory, and endea vors were being made to obtain a bet ter water supply. SECRETARY'S REPORT. Mr. Massey stated:-Authority ihas been given to transfer £1,011 from de preciation account to water fu...

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Council Has Busy Day [?] from front Page) [?] BEIL CREEK ROAD— LONG'S BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 April 1944

a aa Busy Day 1d tom front page) EEI.i ,PCREEK ROAD S IMNG'S BRIDGE. Mr. Massey reported: With the shire foreman, I inspected this work on. March ! in consequence of council's decision to spend £20, pro ,vided :Mr. Long contributed £10. The Icreek is only three feet across, with a depth of about 12 inches, and I am Informed that it doesn't increase in volume in the winter to any apprect able extent. The creek valley is a chain across, and the present bridge was supplemented by an approach of logs, and, due to decay and subsidence, ..there is a mass of timber over the ,whole approach to the creek, at least two feet in depth. If a short span hox type bridge is constructed, it will 'be necessary to remove debris and fill approach. The same filling.would be required if a pipe culvert is installed. Therefore the cost of each type of work will be the same as regards fill ing.-(Mr. Long to be asked to contri bute timber for bridge, as well as £10.) ENGINEER'S REPORT. Mr. Scott reported: Ma...

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Michael Burke-Farmer [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 April 1944

Michael Burke-Farmer By "Octogenarian." Michael BPui'l:t arrived c in MIct hourne in the ve:ry early fifties of last century. He wa.; accompanied by a companion of his own age. They came from the County of Wexford, in Ireland. Both were strong, hefty young men, and typical of the soil from which they had migrated. The gold fever was at its height, and thou sands of immigrants were flocking to the northern goldfields. There was no railroad in those days by which they could travel, and the only way to reach the supposed Eldorado was to obtain a seat in the very limited I coach service, at an extravagant price, or walk. The coach fare was, of course, beyond the monetary capacity of these two young Irishmen, so they I decided to walk, and carry their be longings. In order to lessen the bur den of carrying their equipment, they bought a wheelbarrow, on which they packed most of their possessions. Their wardrobes were extremely limited, so the load was made up of picks and shovels, with n...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 April 1944

Croydon Market SMilking cows £12 to £15/10/-, heif ers £14, stale £9; springing cows £12 2/6, heifers £11/7/6; backward cows £10/10/-; yearling heifers 85/- to 116/-; store cows £6/10/- to £7/15/-; store heifers £7/2/6; fat bullocks, light weight, £12/5/-; fat cows £13, heifers £12/5/-; beefy cows (in great demand) £11/15/-; choppers £6/10/ to £9/10/-; crackers to £6. Calves.- Large vealers £11/10/-, small 90/- to 130/-; calves 40/- to 70/-, small 20/- to 36/-, light to 15/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 79/- to 92/-, medium 70/- to 80/-, light 60/- to 70/-; light baconers £5/10/6; chop ping sows £5/7/6; bacon stores 65/ to 78/-; slips 26/- to 3I/-, suckers 15/- to 30/-. Sheep.-Selling splerididly. Full mouth wethers 28/-; four-tooth ewes 24/-, six-tooth 27/9; lambs-woolly 27/3, shorn 25/6, plain 19/- to 21/-, stores 14/9; crackers 10/-. Horses.-Medium farm sorts £12; light delivery £11; jinker ponies £6 10/-; horse and jinker £12; spring carts £11/10/-. Poultry.-Cockerels 15/- to 19/6, cock...

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A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 April 1944

A Thought for To-day. Waste rag is urgently needed for scores of essential war jobs. The Navy alone uses hundreds of tons of waste rag each year for cleaning en gines and equipment. The Army and the R.A.A.F. need vast quantities too.

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Wide Awake To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 April 1944

Wide Awake To the Editor. Sir,--All will agree that Cr. Daw born has "both eyes open." He asks, "Can we get 50 local annual subscrib ers of £1/1/- to save the sanctuary from extinction?" Of course we can look to Cr. Dawborn to lead the way. -Yours, etc., "I. M. VIGILANT." Healesville, 4/4/44.

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Lighting Needs for Dark Nights. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 April 1944

Lighting Needs for Dark Nights. MacNamara's feature this week seasonable lighting needs, including Eveready torches keenly priced at 5/9 each, and the popular Niterider elec tric cycle generator lighting sets are again available in limited quantities. MacNamara's are also able to supply a fairly wide range of genuine Eadie replacements. These parts have been iri short supply for a long period, buh a shipment has just arrived from overseas, and a good range of Eadie parts are now on hand. Acknowledgment. Red Cross receits fo, the f ended April 3, i o o e Mrs. Bartholomew, l 1 \ ham, 13/-; '1- EH :: Mra J. Hume, £i/luI, =sias Donations: Mr . J Bath, Coates (sale of wor' : Is. .cirgoodscle, per mrs. Walker t goods, 9/'. EBo Gr, p" Prisoners of Waox - Gunner Mr. H. Huxham 1/, .und- oll ner, £fl0/2'/- /Don, ': Mr. H f1/13/-" Feilin antiDons: Mti Gunner, 1l N ons, i;.t held on Mon day, Xlrii , Telephone Books. A limited supply of the lati,.. bourne telephone directorf is 1, sale at Heales...

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Fare To Sanctuary To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 April 1944

Fare To Sanctuary To the Editor. Sir,-I took my wife to the sanc tuary and the trip cpst me 8/-, so no wonder the revenue and attendance have fallen. Lilydale, a distance of 14/- miles, is 3/-; yet they charge the same for six miles to the (anctuary and back.-Yours, etc., "VISITOR."

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Shire Elections To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 April 1944

Shire Elections To the.Editor. Sir,-By your courtesy, and through the column? of your paper, I desire to express to the many ratepayers of Healesville_ my regret tlat I was. un able to comply with their requesttbo nominate for the present vacancy in the Healesville Council, and to thank themt for the many and generous of fers of support in the event of my doing so. I also wish to say that if at the forthcoming August elections mr nomination is still desired by those who made representations to me and offered their support on this occasion, I will be prepared to give the matter favorable consideration.-Yours, etc., W. J.' McGRATH. Birdwood avenue, Healesville, 4/4/44.

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