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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944

k la Sn NOTICES ho Ily t rst 1o purchasing or labt iea in Healesville and o s 1tricts should consult Ith AWBORN t ate and Business hich Agent :a rty Salesman ýn y utsi - ao of Insurance Effected est trar for Births e th and Deaths Lowe wa fiel I, a ST., IIEALESVILLE r one eIcalcs. 42 that is that they look Bfeel right, give satis and save money- iey last longer. Every Fashionable in Men's of Reasonablenes. 1t1 acDonald's SHOE STORE Olsn St., HEALESVILLE. rI ?OLI OITOBB s tt Langford 8CLICITOR: ORS and COMMISSIONEBI S FOB AF.LTDAVIT8 k., ana., sad Tas. 1OJNS ST., MELBOUlqn E 'I"TEND AT THEI \i-,.SVI.LL$' OPFICE Fashioa Brailshe's uildn ns Sapthe hours , p.m. and 6 p.m VIEDRY TPL.AR iAY , the phones :? - al?.,$m MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Randolph Scott and Marlene Dietricli ......in...... "PITTSBURGHIP' (G) "PITTSBURGH" (G) "PITTSBURGII" (G) Jinx Falkenberg in "LUCKY LEGS" (X) "LUCKY LEGS" (X) WEDNESDAY, MAY 3rd Lana Turner and Ross Young in "SLIGHTLY DANGEROUS" (G) "SL...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 April 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK iT BURGEON-DENTIST S VIITS HEALESVILLE IDELUY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT L at the j MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS SI NEXT VISITS: li APRIL 29th MAY 13th SMAY 27th JUNE 10th JUNE 24th i ( City Address: [I . ALSTON BUILDINGS 1[ 2 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Ps~tral 2507 Healesville 151 MNR. FRANK H. COOK L SUIRGEON-DENTIST I l 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD L ISITS HIALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY L 23 p.m. till 5.30 i{ Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BWSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PAReT OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE, CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 (All Kinad of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIBS--WHY WORRY? Write R E. M. Poulton rPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE ' Price, 5/- Box SEktra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 105 BOURKE ST., MIEL...

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First Things First To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

First Things First To the Editor. Sir,-Like "I am Vigilant," I too wonder at the west end rockery. Is it a resting place for those who patr' take freely of the cup that inebriates? Very-.lkind .of e..-shire ..council, but "first things first," please. Do the shire councillors .ever look at our drains?'" Now that a worrln sits in the council we may hope for improvement in the cleanliness of the drains. I would suggest that council lors make an inspection, beginning with the one, from a garage along Nicholson street. It is a germ breed ing gutter, obr was before the last heavy rains washed it out: also the one in Symons. street. There is evi dently money and labor at the dispo sal of the council. Let essential work be attended to first.-Yours, etc., "ALERT." -talesville, 2 /1/1/4.

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Light Horse Gymkhana FOR PRISONERS OF WAR AND NURSERY GROUP [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

Light Horse Gymkhana FOR PRISONERS OF .WAR AND NURSERY GROUP. A gala day is promised at Mrs. Rig gall's property, Mooroolbark, on Sat urday, May 20, when a light horse gymkhana will be 'staged to benefit the Lilydale Prisoners of War Fund and the Lilydale Nursery Group. The gymkhana, which will caler principally for children, is iththe cap able hands of Mr. Roy Hawking,, who has to his credit the organisation. of eminently successful gymkhanas at Boronia, Fern Tree Gully and other places. Mr. Hawking has formed a comimziittee, whboseambitldn is to bene fit such funds, and they have suc ceeded almost beyond measure in the past. They handle all matters per taining to -the gymkhana, and all that local bodies have to do is to find vol unteers to run sideshows. Thea Lilydale Nursery Group and Red Cross will co-operate in provXid'g refreshmonts, and :naybc operatlnl a stall. ' The venue is close by the Moorool bark railway station, served by con venient trains from Lilydale and bus from C...

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

Croydon Market A heavy yarding of catt!c, noultry and pigs sold at top market rates on Monday. sMilking cows £15, hcifers £13/5/-, stale £s/,/-; springing cows £11/10/-, heifers £ 10; backward cows £8/15/-; yearling heifers 70/- to 100/-; store cows £7/10/-, heifers £6/15/-; fat cows £13/5/-, heifers £12/15/-; beefy cows £2,'10/-; choppers £9/10/-; crackers £6. Calves.-Large vcalers £11/10/-, small 100/- to 150/-; calves 50/- to S0/-, small 25/- to 45/-, light weights to 20/-. Pigs.--Heavy porkers 90/- to 117/., medium 70/- to 86/-, light 50/- to 70/; light baconers 128/-; boars 50/-; chopping sows 80/-; bacon stores 50/ to 68/-; slips 30/- to 42/-; suckers 1,5/- to 30/-; sows £6. Sheep.-Full mouth ewes 23/6; lambs--woolly 25/- to 28/-, shorn 26/ to 2:/f1, plain 18/- to '24/-; stores lamb3s 15/-, crackers 12/-, rams 24/3. Poultry.-Cockerels 16/- to 21/-, cock chicks 11/- to 15/6, white chick ens S/- to 14/-, stags 14/-, draklings 14/- to 21/-, ducklings 7/- to 12/6, ducks 8/-'to 13/...

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Raymond May Be Mr. Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

Iaymond May Be Mr. Melbourne Sir,-Doubtless you are aware that the "Mr. Melbourne" competition, de signed to raise money for the Austra: Ian Comforts Fund, will commence on Friday, May 19, and continue until the end of July. We take pleasure in introducing to you our nominee, Mr. Raymond Stanley Crove, who hai'l from Healesville, and who, since the outbreak of war, has raised many pounds for charitable organisations. Two years have passed since Mr. Grove held his first function for us, and since then, steadily but surely, has his work progressed, and at the conclusion of this competition he will launch an appeal for £1000 to enable us to carry on our work of supply ing comforts to merchant seamen, who are doing a magnificent job uu der trying conditions. Our trustees are very eager to see that our nominee is crowned "Mr. Melbourne," but without your help it may not he possible, and we appeal to Healesville people to feature ,. dance, card party, sports meetling-in fact, anything at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

' '! 1 l yC. SSUBStCRIpION URGi!6L Make your application at any Bank, Savings Bank, Money S Order Post Office or Stockbroker. Interest, 2.% for 5-year subscriptions, 31% for 16-year investnments. Repayment at maturity. guaranteed by the Commonwealth. All bonds saleable in emergency for full market value. V30B.27 "*Fanted a Rd published by Ralph. Morwell Thoma. Hodges, Nicholson atieet Healesrile, Victoria. TO HELP OVERCOME THE DIFFICULTY OF OBTAINING FODDER Kestle & Newton Announce that they have been able to procure a Supply of "COHANA" Blended Cow Feed [ Which has been highly recommended RETAILED 10/6 per 1501b. Bag SPECIAL QUOTE FOR QUANTITIES East End Timber Yard Fernshaw Road, Healesviile V (St. Leonard's Road Junction) 'Phone Healesville 22 I Healesville Furniiture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD----EAST END SIIOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER . Used Furniture Bought IIIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works t GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materials ...

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Remembrance [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

Remembrance Say, soldier laddie, When you're out across the ocea sailing far away, Will you think sometimes of a mother who gave to you life's day, Of one who bore with you:' childhood follies as only a mother can? Say! What place have you got in your life for her, now that you've grown a man? When some sweet face shall beckon you and incline your heart away, Will you think of a ,beauty that's deeper down in the one who is growing grey? And when you have reached the other side and temptation comes your way, Will the knowledge that you're her pride for ever be your stay? And if wounded in the battle and death comes to your door, And you can only write three words, be they "Mother, an revoir!" --_ I m nmu m mmm

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK P? SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY SATURDAY FOlRTNIGIIT at the ."MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: " MAY 13:th 1MAY 27th JUNE 10th 'JUNE 24th City Address: [ ?.J ALSTON BUILDINGS ( 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: pentral 2507 Healesville 151 MRI. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD . CAULFIELD SVISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY L 2 p.m. till 6.30 . Or by Special Appointment IL AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY S T.el. Healesville 120 llUS i iSS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIWBRED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART. OF THE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 S1 Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E, M. Pout U 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 165 BOURKE ST., MELB. Cent. 2197 li Out of S...

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Current Ration Coupons. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

Current Ration Coupons. Ration coupons now availa clothing and household drape 'A56, B57 to B112. Tea, C3; expire to-morrow; C4 I to Ca able until June 3. Sugar, DI available till June 3. Butter, E48, expire to-morrow. Meat, G32, m:pire to-morrow. - You put a deposit on you time needs every time you b National Savings Stamp or 1, ings Certificate.

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SEASONAL LEAVE FOR RURAL WORK [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

EASONAL LEAVE FOR RURAL WORK In order to t to reduce to a litj i C n01 work ' involved num th routi Directo. General ,f t??.,he ep are seeking the co-o Peto oer, a plicant employers who tl, - of a sonal leave lfo. nc1her require fence Forces for weorl: of the I) dustries. Prnmlary i For this Purpose a special app cation form has been prepared the Mnanpower, and is availale at land inspectors andl national offices. The form is i ulserict and gives all instructions to thiet ployer or other person seeking st sonal leave for men fro the fore The employed must fill in this tf and lodge it with the lands inspt tor in his area, who will forwjardi to the national service officer, eh will contact the Army authoritie In this way a single line of comln nication is set up to ensure quic decisions. It is urged that rural employer in need of seasonal labor shall corn municate promptly with local land inspectors to ensure the coanplet success of the scheme.

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET April 26 and 27 [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. April 26 and 27. It Some excellent lines were handled e by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. at last week's Melbourne pig market operations. Values remained much g the same, with baconers selling freely. This is how the sales went: Stores. - Small stores difficult, ;, others selling well, 12/- to 16/-, 24/ d to 76/-. Porkers.-Light pigs almost unsale 1 able, heavy pigs selling freely at firm L rates, £410/6 to 9S/6. t Backfatters. - Still showing the a drop of the last four weeks. Best to - £12/ll1/-. We sold 78 choppers, in cluding drafts A. C. Hopkins to £9 11/-, £8/1191/- and £8/9/-, F. A. Ran. dell £S/4/-, W. Northey £8/9/-, S. N. Balcombe £8/9/-, N. Williams £8/6/-, 1 Smullens Bros. £81/-, etc. Baconers.-Selling freely at fully late rates. We had a wonderful run, including thirty W. Northey at £7 15/- and £7/4/-, and twenty-one at £7/0/6, Mrs. Clarkson at £7/3/6, nine J. Johnston at £6/14/6, seven T. Stew art at £6/18/6, D. West £6/12/6, H. O'Dwy...

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Water for All To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

Water for All To the Editor. Sir ý-What's wrong with those liv ' on the high levels or out in the ackblocks and who complain of 'in ?dfYiciency of water, installing tanks, and thus being free and independent O? Pipe-line supplies - and water ates? That seems logical, doesn't it? YNYWay, no one can complain of lack awater this week. We've had more a enough.,yours, etc., vie "I. M. VIGILANT." lesville, 3/5/44.

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It is Time to Act! SUPPORT THE VICTORY LOAN—NOW! [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

It is Time ii Act! SUPPORT THE VICTORY LOAN NOW! In a few days the £150,000,000 First Victory Loan will close, but- The war will still go on! Still going on, too, will be the deter mined efforts of Germany and Japan to find some loophole in our offensive armor, some opportunity the Allies may give them to turn their present desperate plight into a more favorable position for them. It would be foolish to forget that our enemies are still powerfull, still resourceful, and that they will fight more ferociously the nearer we drive them to the last ditch. Still standing, too, after the Firs' Victory Loan campaign ends, will be the brave and heroic bulwark r.t Allied flesh and blood of Allied fig:it ing power in the air, on the land an.l on the sea, without which there would be no hope of thwarting the Axis plan to enslave the world. Wil1 your money be helping to guard our shores when the lola subscribers' lists are closed on May 9? Or will your money be idle money so far as the war is co...

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Sanctuary Fund [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

Sanctuary Fund At the request of the .shire secre tary (Mr. W. Massey), the list of pre viously acknowledged donations to this fund is reprinted, together with amounts since received: Cr. W . J. Dawborn .................. 2 2 0 Cr. R . G. Pollard ........................ 5 0 0 M r. C. Snell ...... .................. 1 0 Mr. W. J. McGrath .................. 1 1 0 Mr. R. R. Cochran .................. . 1' 0 Miss M. Dennis ........ ...... 1 1 0 Miss C. Dennis ......... ...... .1- 1 0 Messrs. Newton and Jury .:.... 1 1 0 Mr. McKenzie, "The Ferns" 5, 0, 0 Mr. C. B. McConnell ............... 10. 0 .0 M. A. Dowd .................. "'.2 0 J. Skuluc .k ....... ..... ........... ...... 2 2 0 Maroondah Lake Hotel............ 2 ' 2 0 M r. L. J. Adam ...... ...... ....A ...... 1 1 0 T otal ,................ .................. £35 15 1 0

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

P opu!ar Pars By L. J. Adam. With the sudden onset of winter the howling season petered out without any definite finish. after one of the best years on record. With willing hands in working bees, the green was opened in the spring with a large contingent of visitors from Lilydale, Warburton, and locals. The president, attended by members, was at the opening of War'hurton and SLilydale greens. During the season visits were paid 8y Lilydale and Ringwood teams. A return visit was made to Lilydale. but the visit of Ringwood could not be returned on account of transport dif ficulties. Towards the end of the season the green gave much more satisfaction. Relations between the club and the council were most harmonious, and pleasure was expressed by the council at the increased revenue for the year, both from visitors and members. Four trophies were donated during the year. A handsome cup, given by Cr. Huxham, was won by Harry Rut zou, who gave excellent displays in his games. With his partn...

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Smiles (Collected by "Octogena[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

Smiles (Collected by Octo.. There was a A cise in a Scottish t-. A the "casualties," hd to lie w he could he takle to 'ay b lance. Vhen the ambwa by the driver found his Patient on his back, with his gas "What"s the idea?" his gasl no' a gas warnnin'. "I k was the muffled reply frk the mask, "but I'm "n kirk, and if onypodyan ee the pavement outside o' a Saturday afternoon my a gone for life." The inspector was goir lounds. "Don't you know healthy to have a stable house?" he asked Mr. Jso sense," said the latter. ,t has never had a day's illne A man received a letter gan: "Unless this account i. etc." He replied, "At the month, when all my accou in, I take the lot, shuffle and pay the top three. If any more insulting letters l you won't participate in shuffle."

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Healesville Water Supply [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

Healesville Water SSupp'y Sir,-At a meeting of the Heales. ville Waterworks Trust on Friday,. April 21, to consider Mr. Scott's re port re improvements, a motion of mine for the provision of a 12-inch pipe from the Graceburn, such pipe being estimated to .deliver 1,775,000 gallons in 10 hours, at a cost of ap proximately £13,000, was rejected, and an amendment that a 10-inch pipe, .estimated to deliver 1,100,000 gallons in 16 hours, and to cost ap proximately £11,000, was carried. The 'amendment further provided for the replacing of the existing 6-inch main from the Badger with an 8-inch main, enabling the delivery from this source to he increased by 200,000 gallons, the cost of this being estimated at £1,000. The figures are Mr. Scott's. Examination of Mr. Scott's propo sal shows that it would be impossible for the 10-inch pipe recommended to deliver the 1,000,000 gallons per day, which was to be asked for from the Graceburn. The demand for water varies through the day, sometimes b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

- l.SI NOTICES is of Purchasing or properties in Hcalesville and SDistricts should consult . DAWBORN Estate and Business Agent roperty Salesman de of Insurance Effected e?ilstrar for Births eand Deaths LSON ST., HEALESVILLE. Phone Heales. 42 that e Big Thing about these oes is that they look t, feel right, give satis ron, and save money they last longer. Everiy 'g Fashionable in Men's twear is here at Prices t will appeal to your e of Reasonableness. gMccDonald's SHOE STORE olson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS Ilett & Langford SOLICITORS 011S and CO?lMISSIONERS FOE AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. LLINS ST., MELBOUBNE ATTEND AT TFETR IESVILLE OFFICE Sand Lradshawv's Bunldings teen the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. ,VERy THURSDAY ? e "lephones: 3 --- MU 4880 MEMORIAL HALL ,.) TALKIES To-Night, Saturday SATURDAY, MAY 6th "f Lucille Ball and Red Skelton in "DU BARRY WAS A LADY" (G); "DU BARBY WAS A LADY" (G)' "DU BARRY WAS A LADY" (G) Bruce Bennett and Leslie Brooks id "UNDERGROUND AG...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944

To the Editor. Sir,-At a meeting" of the Heales ville Waterworks Trust held on Fri day, April 21, Mr. Scott reported that the cost of a 12-inch pips from the Graceburn, estimated to deliver 1,775,000 gallons of water in 16 hours, would be approximately £13,000. The quantity .of water to he asked for from this source was 1,Oi,i00oo gallons daily, and a 12-in. pipe would be cap able of delivering this, allowing for periods of peak demand and periods of low demand. In conjunction wit: the Badgeri Creek scheme, this would about treble Healesville's water sup ply, and give ample for present re quirements and any likely increase over. the next 30 years at least. However, the Healesville Water Trust, on Mr. Scott's reconmmendation, deided to ask for 1,000,000ul gallons fromn the Graceburn, and to put down 4 10-inch main capable of delivering 1,100,000 gallons in 16 hours, and to cost £11,000, also to construct a ser vice basin on Hallenstein's property, at a cost of £7,800, total £,18,800....

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