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Election Thanks To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Election Thanks To the Editor. Sir,--In my letter in last issue there rred an unfortunate typographi error, which caused the sense of t I wished to express to be lost. ticularly wished to thank all citi- of the Healesville Shire who vot- for me (and they were many), and ranted them to know that more the honor of being a shire coun- r I feel that the confidence and will of so many citizens, as by the number of votes cast for In all parts of the shire, is some g to be very proud of; and my 4ill be to retain that confidence ughout my term of office as a cillor. Thanking you.-Yours, R. G. POLLARD. alesville, 20/4/44.
DEEDS OF A CRAZY FLEET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
DEEDS OF A CRAZY FLEET. Defeat of the Japanese on the north-eastern coast of New Guinea is brining to a close a chapter in the history of one of the world's strangest war fleets, war correspondents say. Since December, 1942, that fleet has plied dangerous New Guinea water- ways with a motley collection of craft ranging from tiny, cockle-shell launch- es to luxury yachts, trawlers and pow- erful modern barges. It is a story of heroism and endurance, a chapter in the adventures of the first army unit in Australia to "go down to the sea in ships." This fleet, when it sailed from Australia to Milne Bay, says one correspondent, was a crazy conglom- eration of whatever vessels were then available-as improbable as the boats which won immortality at Dunkirk. Most were efficient and well kept, he goes on, but some were creaking vete- rans that had seen many years of ser- vice. In the face of untold hazards the gallant crews of these little ships took their craft on hundreds of trips through ...
Michael Bourke, Publican and Farmer [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Michael Bourke, &nbsp; Publican and Farmer &nbsp; By "Octogenarian." The following story in relation to our old friend Michael Bourke might be worth recording. One very hot day in the summer the old man was assisting at chaff cutting operations. He was a hard worker, and a very strong man. In the thick of operations there was little to be seen, because of dust and per- spiration. Through this curtain he saw in the distance what looked like a man who was leaning against the back door of the house. In a loud voice Bourke hailed him and enquired his business. There was no response, and the hackles of' Bourke began to rise. He stopped the work and walked across the stone paved yard to where the man was standing. When the old man was in his most dangerous mood he spoke in a soft, slow, almost apologetic voice. When he got close to the man he noticed that he was well dressed, flashy, and bore a striking resem- blance to the flotsam and jetsam found on racecourses, and know...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
BUSINESS NOTICES &nbsp; Desirois of Purchasing or pg roperties in Hoalesvillo and Vding Districts should consult J. DAWBORN &nbsp; Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IIHPALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 GOOD SHOES that Save Money e Big Thing about these hoes is that they look right, feel right, give satis flotion, and save money for they last longer. Every ting Fashionable in Men's Footwear is here at Prices dat will appeal to your t?ee of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. 80LICITORS ullett & Langford SOLICITORS RS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS I., S.A., and Tas. OILINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTrND AT THEIR EALISVILLE OFFICE " 4 J Bradshaw's Buildlung "erl the hours of 3 p.m. and t6 p.m. EVERY £'IURSDAY Tplephones: MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Abbot and Costello in "PARDON MY SARONG" (G) "PARDON MY SARONG" (G) &nbsp; "PARDON MY SARO...
Healesville Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Healesville Police Court Messrs. P. Johnston and P. L. Mac- Namara, J.'sP., adjudicated in Heales- ville police court on Thursday. K. Winter was fined £1, in default three days' imprisonment, for irregu- lar school attendance of his child, Beverley Winter. John Gibson, Healesville, was charg- ed with failing to have registration label affixed to his car within 28 days. Senior-constable G. A. Newton, who prosecuted, said the case was probably the first of its kind to come before the court; it was instituted under clause 4 of Motor Car Regulations. Mounted-constable A. V. Moller said that about 7.50 p.m. on March 15 he saw defendant driving the car in an easterly direction in Nicholson street. At 9.30 defendant had it outside the Memorial Hall, and witness told him he had not had the current registra- tion label affixed to the windscreen. Defendant did not recall getting no- tice from the police station, and wit- ness told him to bring the car there next day. Defendant did so, and wit...
Sanctuary Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Sanctuary Notes -*- By W. J. Dawborn. Over 2000 adults paid for admission to the sanctuary during the Easter holidays, and over 700 also paid 3d. extra to the tropical house. This was the best attendance since the war, and shows how well the sanctuary is ap- preciated by visitors to Healesville. In addition to admissions the fol- lowing donations have been received: January.-Miss E,. M. Fyffe, £1/5/; D. Chenery (Wentworth, N.S.W.), £10; Mr. E. E. Whelan, £1/1/-; Mr. H. Keep, L1/1/-; Bruce Nevin, L1/1/-; K. K. Moir, £1/1/-; Miss Byron Moore, £2/12/;; K. Byron Moore, f£10. February.-N. Gower, £1/l1/-; G. Buchanan, 1/5/-; Miss E. Allee, £5 5/-; New Syd, 10/6;' Professor Payne, £20; Cinesound, £5/5/-; Anon., £1/1/-. March.-Miss Allee, £5/5/-; Mr. Herman, £2/2/-; J. E. Bradley, 10/-; Mr. F. Walker, £1/1/-: F. E. Membrey, £1/l-; .E. A. Dyers .?1/5/- . April.-D. Chenery (Wetitworth, N.S.W.), £5; Geo. Hill, £1l; Mrs. D. J. S. Mackinnon, £5/5/-; W. J. Dawborn, f2/2/-; W. J. McGrath, fl/l/-; ...
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. April 12 and 13. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 April 1944
Market Report ---~-- MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. April 12 and 13. With stores steady and baconers brisk, operations at the Melbourne pig market were brighter last week. The report tendered by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. is as follows: Stores.-A steady enquiry for all de- scriptions at firm values. Small 12/- to 16/-, medium 17/- to 28/6, heavy 30/- to 47/6, extra heavy 50/- to 70/-. Porkers. - Heavy pigs sold well throughout. Ours 52/6 to £5/5/6. Top for C. E. Williams. Backfatters.-Quieter, values lower, Government taking 25 per cent. of small goods men's purchases. Light 90/- to £6, medium £6/5/- to £7/10/-, heavy to £10/4/-, extra to £10/9/-. We sold drafts A. E. Priestley £10/9/. Bradshaw and Sinclair £10/4/-, T. H. Craine £9/19/-, W. Dwyer £9/16/-, A. Abbetmeyer £8/6/-, John Campbell £8/4/-, etc. Baconers.-Brisk. We had a great &nbsp; sale, including five T. Gaw at £6/18/-, four John Campbell at £6/16/6, twen- ty Geo. Cribbes at £6/11/6, six L. Nash at £6/10/6, eight C. W. ...
Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
Croydon Market Keen competition marked the sale' of poultry and sheep last Monday. Milking cows £14, heifers £14/10/. stale £7/15/-; springing cows £13 heifers £12/5/-, backward £8/10/,. yearling heifers 75/- to 120/_/ stony bullocks £8/12/6, store cows ?-/5/ heifers £6/15/-, fat cows £13/2/6 heifers £12/15/-; beefy cows £12/5/.; choppers £6/10/- to £9'5/-: crackers to £5/10/-; small dairy bulls £7/17/4 Calves.-Large vealers £6/10/- ts £10/5/-, small S0/- to 120/-; calves 40/- to 70/-, small 15/- to 35/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers S0/- to 105/., medium 70/- to SG/-, light 50/- to 68/-; baconers 124/-; boars 50/-. chopping sows 72/6; springing sows 80/-; bacon stores 50/- to 65/-; slips 28/- to 36/-; suckers 10/- to 24/-. Sheep.-Full mouth ewes 26/4: wethers 28/; lambs-woolly 35/, shorn 80/- to 39/1, plain 22/- to 28/-; stores -lambs 12/- to 1,'/-, ewEs 16/-, crac kers 8/- to 12/-, rams 16/-. Poultry.-Cockerels 17/- to 24/ cock chickens 12/- to 17/6, white 14/, stags 13/6, draklings 16/- t...
SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1944 A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1941 A Thought for To-day. They shall not grow old as we who are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years contemn. At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, We shall remember them. Our Police Force. Consequent on the transfer to Ararat of First-constable Fleischer, of Yarra Glen, the police personnel at Healesville is to be increased by the addition of First-constable,O. C. Ma son, of Newtown, Geelong. Aiding The Sanctuary. The following additional donations to the Sanctuary Fund, received et this office, are acknowledged with thanks:-Miss M. Dennis, £1/1/-; Miss C. Dennis, f1/l/-; Messrs. New ton and Jury Pty. Ltd., £1/1/-. "Alpine Lodge" Social. Another enjoyable evening was spent at "Alpine Lodge" on Thursday, April 20, when the Healesville branch A.L.P. held a euchre and dance. Music was supplied by Mrs. J. Furmston and Mr. C. Scott. Dancing was M.C.'d by Mr. J. Maloney, and Mr. F. Chater was doorkeeper. Miss B. Kennedy and partner won t...
Appreciation To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
To the Editor. Sir,-I think the local R.S.S.A.I.L.A. should he commended for the digni fied observance of Anzac Day. It was a credit to the orgdnisers, the speak ers, and all who participated. The address given by the Rev. Bason was worth walking miles-as I did-to hear. Seldom do we hear so much good and practical Christianity com pressed into so few words.-Yours, etc., "I. M. VIGILANT." (The full text of Mr. Bason's note worthy address will be found in our Anzac Day report.-Ed., "G.") • - - e l~? , ui
Healesville A. [?] ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
Healesville A. ANNUAL MET The annual eeti branch of the eAusti National League was April 21, in St. John's Miss M. M Jurtohn corned the visiting p Couchman. The speer report for the Year, m work of camouflearge nme by members, and sse net war efforts. SYmpaths n to relatives of those who away during the year a bers and visitors weare an The election nf office suited:-President, Poiss retary, Miss C. D nniss Miss Dennis; vie-res dames Fletcher, Raff and same committee bein r Life membership cards sented to Miss Murton and cher, in recognition of noon tea was served, after Couchman gave an inter dress. Several questions?r and a vote of thanks to t proposed by M'rs. Raff an by Miss Shaw, was carrie Proceedings closed with of the National Anthem.
Personal [?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
Persenal In Thursday's casualty l ed the name of Pte. W. (, Healesville, as being serios is hlow an inmate of a se tal near Melbourne. Mr. J. Hume, of Nichol who has been suffering an late, is making a satisfact ery. He attended the Anza morial service. Also present at the ser Pte. and Mrs. J. B. Hansen. sen became ill on resumin duty, and was granted sick The many friends of Ir. of Chum Creek, are please that he is recovering sat from his illness. After a lengthy period of a V.A.D., Miss Lesley Ada ville, has returned home f months' rest. Wedding hells, will be ringing in May. Constable Bill Hall has b ing with pride the handso goblet awarded Master Fra terson for his success in the swim campaign. It is on vi Cochran's window. And, with reference to ran's sporting offer to aid tuary fund, we hear that Mr. zie, of "The Ferns," Myer's willing to be one of the six £5 each asked for by Mr. C others do likewise. If they will produce £35. Now who' Repatriation Committee. Convened by the ...
Man's Strange Behavior. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
Man's Strange Behavior. Shortly before 2 o'clock last Friday morning residents in tleI vicinity of the Road House at Warhurton had their slumbers rudely disturbielI hby th'e sound of crashing glass. Earlier in the evoning a man, comir.:g in from one of the mills, had bcon given ar commodation at the Road House. Ris ing during the night, the man appar ,,Iy desired to leave, but found the glass-panelled rtreet doo:rlol,,ed. He Lt,,' ',ushcd thi- way or fe;l thr.ugh i ti door. and, with revet.il c.'I :'abou '.!s bod,- --no, as scl.cr er a ;:: to be expccted-rn?:c his way to 'ha police d.trion. 'Te was found to b. mentally tietanged. and later in the day was -r ..oved .o Rejal Par'.,
Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
P pular Pars By L. J. Adam. At the Anzac Day service, Mr. J. A. King (president of Healesville R.S.L.) read this message from the League: "Anzac Day is a potent reminder of a grim period of Australia, w!.eo, for four years of indescribable nightmare. the cream of our manhood shielded with their bodies their homeland from hurt. Sixty thousand of these men served unto death, and the graves of most (for many have no known grave) lie overseas, near the battle fields on which they died. Their sac rifice was matchless. All that they had they gave. All that we have and hold dear-our homes, our country and possessions-have been broad based upon the security purchased by their blood and their sacrifice. While men and women live to whom the dead are dear, the League asks for the consolation of a whole State. shar ing with them in their loss, and rev erently and gratefully remembering those who went unflinchingly to their duty, and grudged not the price of the victory won." Cr. HIxham congratu...
HEALTH INSPECTOR'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
HEALTH INSPECTOR'S REPORT. Mr. McKibbin reported: No case of infectious diseases. Inspection of various premises in and around Healesville and Toolangi have shown fairly satisfactory condi tions. A new septic tank at a boarding house was carefully checked before Easter, and approved by council some time ago. Sites for two other septic tanks have been found functioning well. Sanitary and garbage services and disposals continue to be satisfactory. I have again ispected site for pro posed abattoirs, and consider it satis factory. The nearest house is over 200 yards distant, timbered area sur rounding, and slightly over an inter vening hill. Plan submitted by appli cant does not provide for fat render ing and waste treatment, nor for the keeping of pigs, both of which are as necessary as a roof to a house, and I have requested that such be supplied. Your medical officer agrees with the above statment. I have issued a condemnatory re port in respect of old premises at Castella, in my opi...
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET April 19 and 20. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
Market Repoit MELBOURNE PIG MARKEIIT. April 11 and 20. With the exception of backfatters and calves, there was a general im provement at the Melbourne pig mar ket last week, at which selling opera tions conducted by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. went in the following manner: We sold 463. Stores.-Slips easier, stores bett,-r, 12/- to 76/-. Porkers. - An, improved market throughout. Ours 38/6 to 94/6. Backfatters.-Showed no improve ment in values, though sales were brisk. We sold drafts C. Phayer £10 14/-, L. G. Lloyd at £10/4/-,.H. Hare £9/19/-, John Campbell £8/16/-, T. S. Perrin £9/11/-, J. Bartlett £8/9/-, F. McOwens £8/4/-, Jim Bowen at £3 1!/-, J. Kent £8/1/-, etc. Baconers.-A brisk sale throughout, at fully late rates. We sold some wonderful drafts, including Holloway Bros. £7/2/6, B. Redford £7/2/6, ten T. Stewart at £7/0/6, eight F. May bery at £6/17/6, H. Aumann £6/17/6, fourteen G. Cribbes at £6/16/6, two S. Standfield at £6/19/6, C. C. Phayer £7, two J. Puppa £6/15/-, six ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
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Anzac Day at Healesville IMPRESSIVE OBSERVANCE [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
Anzac Day at Healesville pRESSIVE OBSERVANCE. was reverently observ 'ablesville by a commemorative S?ai the Memorial Hall in the fe t preceded by a march 'the main street and the plac o floral tributes before the roll or in the hall foyer. The march led by the president of the local I bnb of the R.S.S.A.I.L.A. (Min S gtnc), rin uniform, followed by Slealesville Brass Band (under of M?b of. O. Potts), the V.D.C. ? on r. Sydney H. Bradshaw), :e's of the R.S.S.A.I..A., the boy S and school children. The wea id .as cold and wet. e service was largely attended. Is platform were Mr. J. A. King. s grh Huxham (representing the id president, Cr. A. Cameron, from r an apology was received), and Revs S. J. Muxworthy (Church r England), N. T. Bason (Method Sj Rust, B.A. (Presbyterian), and SR. McDonald (Salvation Sy They sat at a table draped the flag. 0llowing the National Anthem, the Muxworthy led in singing the n "All People That on Earth do ell" and then read a prayer in ory of the fallen. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
PEOPLE ,ROUN IIEI?E THEYLL WANT TO 00 BETTER THIS TIME I ~,: 2T ID LIKE TOSEE US WIN ý THIS TIME Victory is everybody's business. 'Ths i war has to be fought ion the home front with, pounds. as 'well as 'planes. Our fighting men are making us proud of them-we are their trusted conim rades. Our job is to fight with our work and savings. EVERY TOWN AND MUNICIPALITY HAS : FIRST VICTORY LOAN QUOTA Do your part to help your district fiih its quota quickly by making your sub: scription as early and as large as you can. Join with your neighbours to show the rest of Australia just what PENNANTS NUR your town or suburb carl do. Pennannts ar awarded to Make sure that your district wins one each community that reaches of the Honour Pennants awarded to. Its quota either in amount of each community that does its job in onribers. number c sub. the First Victory Loan Drive. VEST IN TIHE CTORY LOA Mlake your application at any Bank, e Sainas Bank, Money Order Post Office. V.14.27 or Stocbkr. 1Prnat...
Healesville Shire Council APRIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944
Healesville Shire Council' APRIL MEETING. Monday's meeting of Healesville Shire Council was attended by Crs. Cameron (president), Johnston, Daw born, Pollard, Murton, Huxham, Kay. Cook. The president extended a welcome to Cr. Pollard, wishing him pleasant associations with the council, and feel ing sure his knowledge of the district would prove invaluable. Cr. Pollard suitably responded, say ing he would use his best endeavors to benefit all. CORRESPONDENCE. Mrs. and Miss Mowle, thanking the council for letter of sympathy and floral tribute.-Received. State Treasury, Deputy Co-ordina tor for Works, requesting information regarding works under contol of coun cil for which it was considered loan funds would be necessary during fi nancial year 1944-45.-Referred to office. Public Works Department. acknow ledging letter relative to suggested erection of public conveniences in Queen's Park, and asking that form of application be returned, when mat ter would receive further considera tion,...