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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944
Wedding READY-BREN. The Army and Air Force was rep- resented at a wedding which took place at St. Patrick's Catholic Church Lilydale, on Saturday, April Mona, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bren, Melbourne ro dale, was married to Sergeant Stan-? ley Ready, R.A.A.F., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Ready, of Geel?? Werribee. The bride wore a becoming of ivory French cloque, over which fell a tulle veil, held in place white azeals, matching her be Her sister, Mrs. Leo. Herry ed at matron of honor, w, tunic frock of heavy whit beautifully beaded on the c pockets. She carried a boquet pale pink dahlias. The bridegroom's brother, Jack Ready, acted as best man. A reception was held in the hall, where the bride's parents enter- tained about 60 guests.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944
LJ. FAi3AN r ?NICCHIO LSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 ' DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE II TIE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY .IN. ..i..?..?..II/..?N .1?1... . . . . . . ..II..N....i . ""/I I I. I? ?"???" ?.I1I?N I Ii i1. i. 11 II I Public Notice ' ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! UR 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 ..~...........I BARTOLD'S .......... .................. =::::::=::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::: - MILK OF MAGNESIA 1 That is what= Mother gives Me and wis, mother too, becase Milk of Magnesia is ideal for helping to keep children healthy. It asists nature to keep little stomachs free from dangerous acids, and so aids digestion ad lim. ates biliousness, etc. Wq a lsrge boble fm BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Office, HEALESVILLE Phone 12...
A VITAL WEAPON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944
A VITAL WEAPON. Experts from all parts of the world have pointed out again and again that food must have a tremendous influ ence in the saving of ou civilization. The proper handling of food produc tion throughout the lands of the Unit ed Nations will make or mar both the progress of the war and the establish ment of a world at peace. As one of Australia's major contributions to war time needs, the importance of food production has been stressed by all in a position to speak with authority. Our increasing output is a credit to the farmers of this country, but in this year of war-regarded in high places at the critical year--there must be even greater production. Even if all our objectives are reached the additional output will be quickly absorbed because of expanding needs as the combat zone moves ever nearer to Tokio. Britain, too, on the eve of a great invasion of Europe, must have her supplies from us maintained to the limit. As more and more Allied fighting men come to the South...
Healesville Amateur Racing Club [?]EW ORGANISATION FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944
Hea!esviles Amateur lacing Club - O.NISATTON FORMED. i lar chn meeting of the' ,e It' RpS.A.LL.A. a proposal it forward by Mr. C. Booth I? 11"ateiu racins club be form nt enlesville. as 3unda Ap"il 16, a very en i stic pa'tY was to be seen close nIa ctingn a site on the property fr?c . ootit. An impromptu eli^ '" the' ie an then decided that ;i uin, of :a club was opportune, S Ier 'B?t King was elected chair I "po tcmin, nnd Mr. Alf. Kestle, dIptepItd to act as hon. secretary . tei l Cirlars ~ were sent out, " 'a ,mtine" for Monday last. so 1e. .? 1 p-). -entative and enthus n~ ?. therin assembled at the sol roon? , in tlh c Memorial Hall. 'ne Iter lcharli reports from the t (represented by Senior-con r ewton) and other authorities, I1 viewing a most realistic model the proposed racecourse (very ably eellel by 31i. C. Booth). the meet Ifl?unanimously decided to form the 1 ,e following office-bearers were ited for tle first term:-Prcei It. ,. A. Hewitson; vice-presi its. Mlessrs. Ber...
Swimming at Healesville PRESENTATION OF CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 May 1944
Swimming at Healesville PRESENTATION OF CUP. Interest has been evinced in the ex cellent results of "The Herald" learn. to swim campaign, by which so many young people became. proficient. ,to; win "The Herald" certificate., Out standing' progress was made by Frank Paterson, under 12, of Healesvllle. With several other swimmers, Frank accompanied Constable W. Hall' to Preston and competed in.the under 12' championship, open to swimmers of. Victoria, and succeeded in:winnning, the event. On Friday last, before his school mates, Frank was presented with' a silver cup 'donated by "The Herald," and received commendation from Cr. Johnston.(chairman of the baths com mittee), Senior-constable' Newton a'nd Constable Hall (instructor).,Cr. John ston traced the learn to,.swim class from its inception to where 50 certifi cates were awarded, and said that Frank's success would be an incentive to other swimmers, and lead to the class being augmented next season,. Senior-constable Newton said that...
Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
Victory C!ub Healesville Victory Club's euchre end dance, held in the Memorial HE1l or, Friday night of last week to aid the local Red Cross, was a big suc cess. Euchre prizes were won by Mrs. D. McLeod and Mr. M. Olney, and booby consolations by Mrs. Lipzker and Mrs. J. Furmston, the latter playing as a gent. The raffle of a doll donated by Mrs. R. Coates was won by Mrs. 1F. Chater (ticket No. Df). Euchre was conducted by Mr. A. E. Kestle, assist ed by Mr. M. Olney, Mr. I. W. Gardi ncr was M.C., Mr. D. Love doorman, end Mr. R. R. Cochran in the ticket box. Donations were gratefully re ceived from:-Anonymous, 4/6; Mr. G. Stainton, £1; Mr. F. Becker, 5/-; Mrs. G. Stainton, 5/-; Mr. N. Ree , 5/-; Mr. M. Hodges, 4/-. The club thanks friends for dona tions of material for sandwiches, milk for coffee, Mr. R. T. McLaren for cut ting bread, and Mr. W. Law for ser vices rendered with his truck, free of cost to the club, in conveying the or chestra across the flooded Yarra flats. As a result...
Sanctuary Fund [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 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 " 0 Cr. R. G. Pollard ................. 5 0 0 Mr. C. Snell ........ ...... ...... 1 1 0 Mr. W. J. McGrath ............... 1 1 o Mr. R. R. Cochran .................. 1 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 2 0 J. Skuluck .................. ...... ..... 2 2 0 Maroondah Lake Hotel............ 2 2 0 Mr. L. J. Adam .................... 1 1 0 Mr. J. T. Cornish ................. 1 1 0 Mr. N. L. Taylor ....................... 1 1 0 Mrs. L. Taylor ........ ....... ... 1 1 0 Total ...... ..... ...... ... £f38 18 0 You put a deposit on your peace. time needs every time you buy a...
Censorship To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
Censorship To the Editor. Sir,-Would you publish the follow ing resolution, which was passed ut last meccting of Toolangi branch of A.L.P.:-"That the members present at this meeting are suspicious of mo tives behind the recent disobedience of censorship instructions on the part of certain newspapers, and the propa ganda which followed. We believe it was a stunt having the object of discrediting the Labor Government and defecating the referendum propo sals. However, we hope that those newspapers will in future uphold the freedom of the pres., not only for themselves but for all working-class publications."-Yours, etc., H. J. McKAY, Sec. Toolangi Branch A.L.P. Toolangi, 2/5/44.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
Fight. .0 the Food Front . . . not YOU FIGHT ON THE FOOD FRONT IF YOU . . aGrow Your Own Vegetables. * Produce Eggs in Your Own Backyard. * Preserve all the Food you can. * Conserve the nation's Food supplies by avoiding waste. e Plan your meals to get the maximum bene fit from the Food you eat. YOU FIGHT AGAINST THE FOOD FRONT IF YOU .. * Object to more Food being provided for the Services and for Britain. * Grumble about less varied diet. * Expect all the sacrifices to be made by the Armed Forces. * Join the ranks of the "Knockers" by making wild allegations about failures on the Food Front. Remember fhat_ the Food Front needs your support, too. "!Knockers" c~ the Food Front help nobody but the enemy Isxued a c'wealthi Food Control . Z's.Za . . . . . . . I i..i.. ...... ..i . .... . ............. . . 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 Wii hich has been highly...
Alert Councillor To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
Alert Councillor To the Editor. Sir,-Your correspondent, "Alert," "Do the councillors look at drains?" It may be of interest to "Alert" and others to know that quite recently I have ridden on horseback thirty miles for the purpose of examining drains along the hack roads and streets, in cluding McGretton's road during the recent floods. Also, several times of late I have been in close consultation with the shire office in regard to Nicholson street. Thanking you in anticipation.-Yours, etc., . M. MURRAY MURTON, "Warra Willah," Healesville,. 10/5/44.
Water for Healesville To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
Water for Healesville To the Editor. Sir,-Your readers have been sup plied with figures in millions and have become used to it, but no doubt those dwellers on the lower levels would have been ever so much better pleased if the floods of last week had been kept up to the higher levels and stored against the proverbial "rainy day." But that, of course, is far be yond the capacity of the Healesville Water Trust. The trust is fulfilling an obligation placed upon it to sub mit a scheme of post-war works, look ing ahead at least 25 years. The Go vernment looks to councils and trusts to supply local schemes, and all schemes submitted must be prepared by fully qualified engineers. The Healesville Water Trust has complied with this request, and at the last meeting of the trust the engineer pre sented each member with a copy of his report, which gave full details of his proposals, together with his re commendations; and although each member had a copy, the secretary read aloud the full text o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK ': e'URGBON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE 1T SY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the , MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: MAY 13th MAY 27th JUNE 10th JUNE 24th City Address: ALLSTON BUILDINGS 88 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: ?etral 2507 Healeaville" 161 MIR. FRANK H. COOK - SIRGEON-DENTIST 213 BALACLAVA ROAD SCAULFIELD S rISITS RHALESVILLE EVERY •- THURSDAY L 2 p.m. till 5.30 L Or by Special Appointment L, AT BARTOLD'S PHAMMACY T 't. Healesville 120 US!" N ,:SS NOTICES WIMN YOU WANT GOODS DELWERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE I[EALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVB AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 :I11 I?as of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADINS-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poutu n , SPEOI&L BONJEAN FEMALE FILLS 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 195 BOUREE ST., M[ELB. Cent. 2197 of Sorts C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
J. rALnNn NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DATLY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT ': WBY GO'ELSEWHERE, when the BEST o' CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVMBETTBIN FRESH DAILY ,-.-N.4..-.-....-..... .. ... -. ......-. -...--..".......N... . .... .... .. . ... Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES: OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE ? All Stolk is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES . .- ................--...I BARTOLD'S :- MILK OF MAGNESIA C That is what Mother gives Me and wise emther tee, beasa Milk of Magnesia is ideal for helping to keep children healthy. It assists nature to i keep little stomachs free from dangerous acids, and so aids dlestioa and lima. mate billousness, ec. am a karg heol tr'm BARIOLD'S PHARMACY J " Opp. Post Office. HEAL SVILLE Phane 120 (After Houas. Phons 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress DON'T' Take any Risk of Loss'...
Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
Croydon Market Monday. saw a heavy yarding of all classes of live stock, with competition very keen. Milking cows brought £19, heifers £17/10/-, stale £10; springing cows £14, heifers £11/10/-; yearling heif ers £5/10/-; store cows £7/65/-, store heifers £6/10/-; fat cows £13, heifers £12/15/-; beefy cows £12; chopper £7 10/- to £9/10/-; crackers to £6; dairy bulls to £10/10/-. Calves.-Large vealers £7 to £10, small 90/- to 130/-: calves 50/- to 8('/-, small 20/- to 50/-, light weights to 14/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 94/- to 112/-, medium 70/- to 90/-, light 50/- to 65/; light baconers 120/-; backfatters £t; boars 50/-; bacon stores 50/- to 70/-; slips to 35/-: suckers 10/- to 28/-; sows 70/- to 90/-. __ Sheep.--Two-tooth wvethers 24/10, six-tooth 28/6, full mouth 34/-; six tooth ewes 20/9, full mouth 25/3; lambs-shorn 30/, stores 16/3; crack ers 3/- to 10/-. Poultry.-Cockerels 15/- to 19/9, cock chicks 11/- to 16/-, white chick ens to 11/-, stags 8/- to 16/-, drake lings 14/- to 19/6,...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
IN MEMORIAM FURMSTON, Edward Mitchell.-In fondest memories of my dear father, who passed away on May 13th, 1943. -Inserted by his son and daughter in-law, Jack and Kitty Furmston. ,KENNEDY.-In loving mlmory of our dearly loved son, Pte. Thomas James Kennedy, 2/24th Battalion, who died on May 13th, 1943, while Prisoner of War in Italy, aged 2:l years. Until we meet again. -Inserted by his loving mother and father. KENNEDY.--In loving memory of our dearly loved brother, Pte. T. J. Kennedy, who passed away on May 13th, 19413, while Prisoner of War in Italy, aged 23 years. He died that we might live. -Inserted by his loving sisters, Pixie (Mrs. Geoff. Stanley), Betty, and brother-in-law Geoff. Healesville &. Yarra .Glte GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed em·abus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; pest free to any address Morwell Hodges, Edlter. Telephone 01 'SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1944
ENGLAND A VICTORY GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
ENGLAND A VICTORY GARDEN. They call it "The Garden of Eng land" now-the thousands of acres of hitherto waste land that has been "dug for victory." Where swamps and sandhills and gorse covered hillocks had lain idle through the centuries, the plough has been busy and valuable crops ha-ve been harvested. Last year, with helpe's in every district, includ ing a Women's Land Army of more than 70,000, week-end workers from towns and villages, and volunteers df all ages spending a week or two in organised camps, the farmers of Brit ain gathered an overall harvest of 100 million tons. Much of the credit for this great result is given by the Brit ish Milnistry of Agriculture to the war agricultural committees, which have been unsparing in helping the farmer with advice and practical as sistance, and in generally conducting England's "grow more food" cam paign. Through their efforts the peo ple of the Mother Country have been kept from starvation, their morale was never higher, and thousands ...
A Soldier's Dream [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
A Soldier's Dream •A correspondent forwards the fol lpwing:-,. Dear Home Folks,-I must tell you of at dream I had .a few nights ago. We had been hunting for Japs through jungle all day, and when night came I quickly fell asleep and began to dream. I dreamt that mail from home ar rived,. and with my letters- was the latest copy of the "Hcalesville Guard lan." Eagerly scanning through its pages for local news of Healesville, I came to a 'report of .a wonderfully successful-meeting held by,the many public spirited and civic minded citi zens of Healesville for a threefold ob ject-firstly, to ensure that Heales ville's quota in the Victory Lo'n would be obtained; secondly, to give a, hearty response to the appeal for funds to rehabilitate the sanctuary; and, thirdly, to swell the funds for building an up-to-date hospital. My heart swelled with pride as I read of the enthusiasm of the meeting and how Healesville's Victory Loan quota. was over-subscribed,' how suffi cient subscriptions wer...
Patriotic Club To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 May 1944
Patriotic Club To the Editor. Sir,-Here's wishing .success to the newly formed Healesville Amateur Racing 'Club! An outdoor sporting 'body, whose proceeds will be wholly devoted to patriotic purposes, should fill a long-felt want and be of great benefit to Healesville's win-the-war ef fort. How fitting it is, too, that the "sport of kings" should be utilised to aid our King and Country, as well as the Red Cross, Prisoners of War 'and Comforts Funds, and to drive the Jap out of the Pacific., Its ·a pity Ileales ville didn't 'have such a popular club sooner: but better late than never. Yours, etc., "I. M. VIGILANT." Healesville, 8/5/44.