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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 April 1944
What do YOU an Do you call it "snerifis'e" to go with out a few luxlluries iC ordeiir to lhave a . little money to inve'5 in ihtcresl F.w hearing Vic'lory Iondll? Vlce,, yo . recall that,. every Imosmeslt of tii, day, a preCCiosI life is being sacri. &lt;b .' ficed for you-do yon darCe negleci your responsibility to speed the vic. Victory Bonds con be pur. tory and bring our boys backl t, chaosed for cash or by In- fey stolments from ony Bonk, Sovings Bantk, Money Order SPEED THE VICTORY.. Post Office or Stockbroker In denominatlons of from Invesit NOW in the First £1O upwardi. VICTORY LOAN .~ ~ ~ ~ ~;i:: ?,-?, "Y"· .?.::. .. ? .. ............ . .... . ... .* FR V-8 TR. JCK , Imported by Government Authoit as as a Defence Measturc, to ensure road transport within Austr'!ia -.15.-INCH WHEEL BASE Three and Four' Ton capacities, Dual Roar Wheels. Imported Bodies and All-Steel Cabs. Dual Frames, American Tyres (includ ,ing Spare) (7.50 x 20 x i-ply on 20 x 7 wheels) Spring Capac...
Hospital Easter Sports ANOTHER RECORD SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 April 1944
Hospital Eas er Sports "A A..'OTIHER REXCO:' SUCCCESS. Ey R. R. Coc;::an. The monsase tr- as -': ;''lay . 'dot's men 'in! to aid the n.:',v :,uildin: fund of the Healesville Buhi N.iu-rsing Hios pital took place last Saturday after noon on Queen's park oval, under ideal conditions. Although the baro meter was unfavorable and the sky ex ceedingly overcast ill the previous afternoon, the morning brought a cloudless day, with tha sun shining brightly, much to ti- delight of the committee, who had toiled tirelessly to make this great gala day a success, and they were astir bright and early, ready for their effort. There was only one topic of conversation--the sports --and it was no surprise, but a tonic to the committee, when a record at tendance of approximately 2000 rolled up. The crowd from near and far made their way early in the forenoon to the ground, and by 1 1 a.m. some 200 had selected advantageous posi tions to view the sports, scheduled to commence at 1.15. The morning train ...
Healesville A.W.N.L. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 April 1944
Healesville A.W.N.L. Annual meeting of the Healesville branch of the Australian Women's National League will be held- in St. John's Hall on Friday afternoon, April 21. The speaker will be Mrs. Claude Couchman, and afternoon tea will be served. All members and friends are cordially invited. Soldiers Meet To-night. Impoitant business is scheduled for the monthly meeting of the Healesville sub-branch R.S.S..T.L.A., in the Memo rial Hall to-night. All members are urged to attend. Personal. ' Mounted-constable P. J. WVheelens has been relieving at Healesville police station during the absence on sick leave of Mounted-constable A. V. Moller. "Alpine Lodge" Social. Euchre and dancing will be enjoyed at "Alpine Lodge" next Thursday night, April 20. Best music, prizes, supper. Clearing Sale at Seville. At 12.30 p.nm. on Wednesday ne't, April 19, on the property one mile be I yond Seville on the Warburton roar, Allan Brown, auctioneer, favored oy instructions from Mr. A. Chandler, will sell t...
Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 April 1944
Croydon Market There was a good yarding at Croy don on Monday, and competition was very keen. Milking cows £17, heifers £15/10/-, stale £9; springing cows £13, heifers £12/10/-; backward cows £11; year, ling heifers 80/- to 130/-! store bul locks £8/12/6, store cows £7/15/-, heifers £7/5/-; fat cows £13/10/-, hei fers £12/12/6; beefy cows £11/10/-; choppers £7 to £9/5/-; crackers to £d Calves.-Large vealers £7/15/- to £1 I, small 90/- to £6/10/-; calves 50/ to 70/-, small 25/- to 45/-, light weights to 20/-. Pigs.--Heavy porkers 78/- to 80/-, medium 80/- to 93/-, light 78/- to 80/-; light baconers 126/- to 138/-; chopping sows £5/5/-; bacon stores £6/2/6, slips 35/- to 48/-, suckers 17/ to 28/-. ...... .11 1......... ..... ..... ................. ......
Smiling Through To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 April 1944
Smil;ng Tnrou ----v To the Editor. Sir,-Apparently your co ent, "I. M. Vigilant" in "Wide is of opinion that I belong to who say a lot but do nothing. if we could get 50 subscrihers for the sanctuary, and I have in "leading the way" with ,, enclose my cheque as a star "Save the Sanctuary Fund." the way. Walk ye in it." Referring to the complain fare to the sanctuary, that is over which the sanctuary e has no control. Consideration given to this by bus propriet no doubt reductions will he the traffic warrants it.--yur W. J. DAW Healesville, 12/4/4.1. (Cheque for £2/2/- recei handed to shire secretary.-
Election Thanks To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 April 1944
Election Thanks To the Editor. Sir,-May I use your valuable space to express my sincere thanks, firstly, to my few pals who did such a fine job in assisting me in thie recent by election of the Healesville Shire Coun cil, in which I was the successful can didate. Secondly, to all citizens of the Healesville Shire who voted for me (and they were many), I want you to know that more than the honor of be ing a shire councillor I feel that the feeling throughout my term of office as a councillor. Thirdly, to the return ing officer and all staff, I want to thank you all for a quick and efficient job. And, lastly, to my fellow aspirant for municipal honors, whom I spent the day with, I can truly say it was a clean and pleasant fight. Thanking you, Mr. Editor.-Yours, etc., R. G. POLLARD. Healesville, 11/4/44.
Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Popular Pars -4----- By L. J. Adam. The final of the Raff handicap was sd on the 15th inst., between Dr. ps and F. Errington, to whom tnceded one point. e match opened with a single to gton, then the second end gave doctor three. The next six ends rccession went to Errington, who 1-1. Ends were fairly even for aile, With Errington 18-7 at the In the 1"th end the doctor held .but Errington, with a "yard on" lerced his opponent's bowl out to IL.e shot. This was the deciding t0f the match, and the game fin at the 17th end, with Errington tlmatch Iray be summed 'up by Sthe winner was in superlative and the loser did not show the We have seen in other games seaon. A pleasing feature of the 's that it was Errington's fir.t "" ngles contest. Cr. Johnston ii. l\'Webb, who received promo anualr., has assumed duty in oeales.vill State school. Mr. "? Yinnar, will take up duty the holidays. hoolhas now raised over £600 for war savings certificates.
Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Victory Club The usual monthly euchre and tre anised by the Healesvillo cor Club to aid the local Red :?ter; held in the Memorial Hall r?S.,day. night. April 6, and d~ a bi; success, there being an -e t attendance. chi1c e rizes were won by Mrs. D. a nd `?]' N. Olney, and the booby : lations • " Mrs. Chaplin and ýA , Coulthalrd, the latter play "iie lonte Carlo went to Mrs. R. e and Mir. Peters. An English -e set raffled during the evening l:?? by Mis; Harrison, holder of t inbet r L 1. . tr. I Galdiner M.C.'d proceed r. tý Olney conducted the :re tourn.res ?Ir. D. Love was the San, a,,d 1":. R. R. Cochran was the ticket box. Dinitions were gratefully received ir. G. stainton, £1; Mrs. Craw i \ 1M 4,-; E.H., 2/-; Mr. Des h i. and Mrs. O. Bart o 'M-i'Iand Mrs. J. Preston, 4/-; .-ous-, •1/- Continental Laundry, The Victory Club wishes to thank friends for donations of materials sandwiches, and those who sup d millk for coffee. As a result of the effort the Red ss benefited to the fine...
PENTRIDGE AS IT IS TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
PENTRIDGE AS IT IS TO-DAY. By Eileen Finlay. Author of "Hills of Home," "Minia- tures of Life," etc. People have sometimes said to me, "Have you ever seen over Pentridge? If not, don't!" Well, I have been over it to-day, and &nbsp; I say, "If you haven't seen it, do!" At present it is not easy to get a permit, so my first interview was with the inspector-general. He was a very alert, keen man-most interesting: and he has his finger on every prison- er, and his record. He told me I must not be too carried away with pity, as there was seldom one penitent in a thousand. But he is a very fair and just man, who has done wonders for the gaol in his term of office, as even the prisoners made a point of telling me. He gave me all the facts for a new book, and then a permit to go and get the "atmosphere." So to-day I met the chaplain, and we went in together. I was there three hours, and soon learnt what a man the Rev. T. Whitworth was. The governor, librarians and some prison- ers t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
J. FAIRBANKS NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 136 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY &nbsp; &nbsp; Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! 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 PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES &nbsp; BARTOLD'S &nbsp; MILK OF MAGNESIA &nbsp; That is what Mother gives Me. and wise mother too, because Milk of Magnesia is ideal for helping to keep children healthy. It assists nature to keep little stomachs free from dangerous acids, and so aids digestion and elim- iuatee biliousness, etc. Buy a bottle from &nbsp; &nbsp; BARTOLD'S PHARMACY = Opp. Post Office. HEALESVILLE &nbsp; Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress &nbsp; &nbs...
Motoring News [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Motoring News The question of how soon new cars will be available after the war is a fre- quent topic of conversation among motorists, says "The Radiator," the R.A.C.V. journal. In the past our two main sources of supply have been Brit- ain and North America. Britain will undoubtedly have a lot of leeway to make up to overtake the home market, but so far no figures have been made available. America, however, has pub- lished figures which show that a tre- mendous lag has to be overtaken be- fore there are sufficient new cars to be exported in large quantities. In the pre-war period cars were scrapped in U.S.A. at the rate of about 2½ million a year. In 1942 this dropped to two millions, and in 1943 to 800,000. If an additional 800,000 are scrapped in 1944 the total deficit of cars at the beginning of 1945, according to the "Motor Age" will be 3,600,000. To this should be added at least the normal demand for new cars, which in 1940 was 3,692,000 vehicles. This gives a total of 7,292,0...
Query To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Query To the Editor. Sir,--Have you seen the rockery and railed enclosure that has been set up in the middle of the road outside the court house? Even though it be lighted at night, don't you think it a menace to traffic at such a busy in- tersection? Did the council grant permission for it?-Yours, etc., "I. M. VIGILANT." fcalesville, 18/4/44.
Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Croydon Market -*- All classes of live stock sold at high rates on Monday. Milking cows £18/5/-, heifers £17 &nbsp; 5/-, stale £9/11/-; springing cows £13, heifers £12; backward cows £10/7/6; yearling heifers 90/- to 130/-; store bullocks £8/10/-; store cows £7/5/-: store heifers £7; fat cows £14/10/. heifers £13/5/-; beefy cows £12/10/-" choppers £6/10/- to £9; crackers £5 10/-. Calves. - Large vealers £f1 1/3/-, small £6 to £8/10/-; calves 40/- Eto s8/-, small 20/- to :15/-, light weights to 17/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 82/- to 105/-, medium 70/- to 8s/-, light 50/- to 5;:/-; light baconers 128/-; chopping rows 75/-; slips 35 - to 52/-; suckers 5/- to 33/-; sows S./-. Sheep. - Two-tooth wethers 28/-; four-tooth ewes 26/-, full mouth 22/ to 29/3; lambs-suckers 24/6, woolly 26/- to 28/-, shorn 25/-, plain 17/- to 22/-; stores-wethers 17/-, lamb 16/(;, crackers 10/6. Horses.-Medium farm horses £13; heavy delivery £14: jinker ponies £8 10/-; jinker horses £5: men's hacks £6/5/-; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Sure we'll win...but when? WELL MISTER, ME?? WHAT &nbsp; A LOT DEPENDS DO YOU MEAN? ON YOU! &nbsp; &nbsp; 'JUST TN/S-TOWINAWAR I'M WORKING PRETTY 'LIKETHIS NEEDS AN HARD, AND - WELL 1 OVERWHELMING WEIGHT PUT SOME MONEY IN OF MATER/ALcANDARMl. A WAR LOAN. THE MORE WE GET THE SOONER WE'LLWIN % // ITHAT'S GOOD, BUT MORE WORK IS NEEDED AND MORE At the front, our lighters MONEY,TOO. FURNISH THE TOOLS AND MY MATES smash into the enemy with WJLL /IN/SN THE JOB. 8UTOIT'S GOING TOTAKE every weapon we can give EVERY PENNV AUSTRALIA'CAN SCRAPE TOGETHER them. Help send our boys TOSEE THIS BIG JOB.THROUGH! in triumph to Tokyo by lending your money to speed their Victory. Thore's no holding back up there. Soldier, sailor, flier they're giving their best. This is your chance to give them support. Buy Victory Bonds. Back our fighters to win as you've never backed them before. Lend as they fight--all out for Victory. INVEST IN THE FIRST VICTORY LOAN - VI-27 FORD V-8 TRUCKS Im...
Healesville Sanctuary A GENEROUS OFFER. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Healesville Sanctuary A GENEROUS OFFER. To the Editor. ---~-.--- Sir,-I have much pleasure in for rding my donation of £1/1/- to as our sanctuary, which is a great Et to our town. My opinion is that a?uount of cei suggested is ridicu ,and the amount of appeal should a been considerably higher. To port mny remarks I am prepared to ate a further £5 if six more per a or organisations will donate £5 Sto swell the amount. The only elation I make is that the amounts old be forwarded in the next three eks. In making this offer I hope wil the the means of waking up in- t in our sanctuary.-Yours, etc., R. R. COCHRAN. Healesville, 20/4/44.. ..... 1/1/- handed to shire secretary. Ed., "G.")
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK SURGEON-DENTIST &nbsp; VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: APRIL 29th MAY 13th MAY 27th JUNE 10th JUNE 24th &nbsp; City Address: ALSTON BUILDINGS &nbsp; 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: 1entral 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H..COOK SURGEON-DENTIST &nbsp; 219 BALACLAVA ROAD &nbsp; . . CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY &nbsp; 2 p.m. till 5.30 &nbsp; Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES &nbsp; SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box &nbsp; Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
EINGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. H. Bennett, 330 Bay street, Port Melbourne, have much pleasure in announcing the engage- ment of their eldest daughter, Betty Kathleen, to James Clifford, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. McNeill, St. Leonard's road, Healesville. IN MEMORIAM RUDDLE.--n loving memory of my dear sisters, Em and Mabel, died 16/4/29 and 1974/40; devoted aunts of Betty and Tom. Ever remembered. -Inserted by F. McCrochan, Middle Park. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non lbi, sod omlibus" Annual subscription,, 1s/-; pest free to any address Morwell Hodges, Edltor. Telephone 31 SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1944