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Boys Lost in Bush EXPERIENCE AT HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

Boys Le in B.sh EXPERIENCE AT, HEALESVILLE. Three boys, members of a Crusader Group visiting Healesville with others ender the leadership of Mr. I. Mc Cracken, a master from the Brighton Grammar School, became lost in the hills near Healesville last Saturday night. They suffered severely from cold before being found by -a search party and returned Ao theft boarding house. The boys-David Scott, 1?; years. Uvadale grove, Kew; Richard Meyers, 1 years, Elizabeth street, Elstern wick; Jeffrey Sinclair, 14 years, Sta tion road, Fairfield--had set out to meet three other lads who had hiked to Mt. Riddell. When returning they .lecided to explore what they believed ,to be a northerly track home, and separated from the other lads at about 5.0O p.m. When they had not returned to the boarding *house by ,9 p.m., Mr. Mc Cracken reported the matter to Senior constable G. A. Newton, who organ ised and led a search party. The searchers left Healesville at 10 p.m., and included Senior-constable Newto...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Soldiers' League [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

Soldieis' League Sir,-Only eight members were at the last meeting of the Healesville R.S.S.A.I.L.A. This vwas very poor, and the president expresses the wish that more interest should be taken in the league. It is a little disheartening to office-bearers when we get such a small attendance. If we have good roll-ups we can get ahead and do good business. Otheirwise things are left to a few, and they get disheartened. So come on. cobbers, roll up and take an interest in your league. The league has ',grcat pleasure in congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Batt for their firne ef forts towards the piano fund. We ap preciate what tlhey have -done and are doing for retur.jed moen.-Yours, etc., F; ýJ. HPIRRIS, Asst. Sec. R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Healesville, 22/5/44. <1k

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Healesville Sanctuary To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

lesil Saattry To the Ecitor. ,My recent offer of financial ce to the sanctuaiy aipariently it enthuse the' approval of towns interested, for the result was rom satisfactory; and I now feel lied to admit my 'disappoint but wish to make' a second and Sugent appeal for Healesville's ndingg attraction-our sanctuary. it reliable information placed at sposal, I feel a little ashamed it that, had it not been for the cial assistance rendered by the 'st Resorts Committee, over a pe of the last three years, the sanc could not have been carried on, we would have lost, our best ad 'ement and outstanding , attrac No one with any degree of pride expect outsiders to maintain his for him: yet we are apparently rel to allow a similar state of s to exist with the sanctuary. Tourist Resorts Committee, dur the last three years, have been 4us enough to contribute sums i0, £3o0 and £350-in all, £-000: United States army officers pro f?7., and an English army offi amount of £50; yet, even with most genero...

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[?] to Patriotism To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

to Patriotirm To the Editor. S r issue of May 13 ap ,Iter headed "A Soldier's e. finishing off with "First romewhere in New Sfirstn Was it a soldier's Definitel- it could not have Defnte ..omewhere in New tten fronlt - reamer" must have still dre ?ing when he wrote this let ,e adversely criticised the pat f our Heaiesville folk when .jois sly rub at the meeting held .the Healesville Racing Club. i, read and digest the report of eing meeting of the club? Or ,e still rubbing his sleepy eyes ? "dream' when he noted the yes. we do have very enthus and representative gatherings er patriotic and charitable ap. but, unfortunately these meet e attended by such a few. If er" wakes up and makes a few t enquiries, undoubtely he will where andL when these meetings place: and although the writer t at this stage enumerate accu the sums that have been raised result of these enthusiastic gath )yet a few figures I can vouch being correct are:-Hospital g fund, ,';2,000 (all invested in nds); Red Cros...

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Water ! Water ! [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

Water! Water! Sir, The fight is on, the. decks are clear, From both the clarion call we hear: "Water!" Figures and facts, pipes and, main, Both are singing the same refrain: "Water!" 'WVhere will it end? Who'll stand the strain? Will they both get it upon the ,brain? "Water!" -Yours, etc., " "SATURATED." Chum Crcek, 22/5/44. Invest in Australia by easy instal menfs. Buy 5/- National Savings Stamps.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

at K STOCK. I??VlLLt TU?TUbAY FOITNIONT at the , UM tOONDAH TEA ROOMS 'N~fT VISlIWM: JUNE 11th ,UNE 24th IlI aty Address: I .LITON BUILDINGS S 35. UJ??BETH STREET 'Phones: L O? p.... te I III) illJC Mt FRAN4( H. COOK g gggOI N-DihUU1tm .. U AtIcrTOLD's. PEARMACT *R J . ttail.la. *we ou wAxr ,oosi WinM1 YOU WART GOODS " Pi o "? 7 ANYo PAM OF TMB u AL yILLE O T-. Itea U I a1U m5OIU* '" lt i,'h W W "lw SAAl'UANO (UWI'CTIVE : WINrOt ii~ 0 ee. Mea A.s Womro will find it of groat _Intreot. A'l O.rropondenee treated Suicetly Cpnfidential 1 eOIal, ) Sit, MEL ll. ContS. 2137 1m. Out of Sorts Even those folks who L?.4 ' usually enjoy good health do not always feel right up to the,mark. Maybe. it's Biliousness, SSluggish Liver, ,oastipatioui If so, try-. BUY RdR SVlINGS CERTIICI?TTES CHURCH N OTICEZ UT.-1XGID'S HOA.N . CATiOLIC CHURCH Mkaai, Y a.m. and 10 a.m. Evening Devotions, 7.30. Rev. Father Murphy ST. JOHN'S CHURCH of ENGLAND SUNDAY, MAY 1"8. H.C. S a.m., Matir.s 11 a.m., Even song 7.I ....

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WHEN THE TIDE TURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

On the: afteinoon.ofr .ay - th, 1942, :Allied headquarters'in. the •South-west Pacific. announced the sea battle .hich was to go downo in .history as the Battle of the-Coral Spa itr the. £ol-. -lo*ing' communique; "A. g*eoat naval and air 'action is taking' place in the South-weSt Pacific area. In the'initial stages our forces inflicted heavy dam age on the enemy. His losses consist of one light cruiser, two destroyers, four. gunboats, and one supply ship sunk: one' S;000' ton seaplane, tender, one light cruiser and one cargo vessel ba:dly damaged: Our losses were slight." Four hours later came a sec ond' bulletin:- "Heavy naval and air fighting continues. In addition to previous: enemy losses' reported, our folces: have now sunk one. enemy air craft carrier and badly damaged: a second," which, it is believed, will' be a total loss. We- have also sunk one heavy cruiser and badly damaged. a second. Our own losses are not re ported." Those. ivere fateful days. and the Allied . blows a...

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Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, MAY 18. DRIVING WITHOUT LICENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

Healesvi.e olice Court -4-e---- THURSDAY, MAY 18. , D:RIVING WITHOUT LICENCE. Peter Daniel Crowe, Toolangi House Hotel, Toolangi, was charged with driving a motor car without an appro priate licence. Constable W. Hall said defendant was intercepted on Lilydale road.-on April 15, driving a truck loaded with logs .Questioned regarding his licence he said,, "I lost it. a. few weeks ago and have made a statutory declara tion to obtain a dupliocate, but have recelved no word about it up to date." A certified extract from the Motor Registration Branch was produced, proving that defendant was an un licensed driver. A fine of £7, or 14 days' imprison ment, .was imposed.,....4, ,,,... _,: NO C.URRENT REGIST'RATION' A·lbdtrt.P:0t: lI 4 'hy, Nicholson stree t,. te{ilesaillc, wts' charged With driving `h timotoir. tifick' in Nicholson street,.KIea3resville, orl' Mpr h 2S', wity sQ; c.u.:Lý'nt registration .label affixed to the vehi€cle,,.,, Meou!ntdo.gnttale.e A. i.. MQller said that, with Cona...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

B1USINIsn NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or -sg properties in Hcalesville and uding Districts should consult J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths CHOLSON ST.,. HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 ---hat- " ve: 7Zn* o' 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 here at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonakds SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS MUllett & Langford. SOLICITORS CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. SCOLLINS ST., METWALOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR IIEALESVILLE OFFICE Pte and Bradshaw's Buildings Bekweer. the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY TIIHURSDAY lle 3 Telephones: M 4 M .-. II,: .; 46;0. MEMORIAL HALL : TALKIES To-'Night,' Saturday Laurel and Hardy in '* "'AIt' RAID l IVARIDENS"'(o)' ' "AIR RJAID: WA...

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Maroondah Has a Word For It To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

Maroontdah Has a ..:.Wore For It. To the Editor. Sir,--It is always recognised that abuse is no argument. I gave just a plain statement ,bf fact, and there is nothingo to: an's ler: I went uji and had a look pot th qold Maroondah Dam, and there she is,ýfilled to overflowing! Tons of the purest and best water run ning to wvaste vwith 'a tremendotis roar' and fury, land.ydlling, "Why don't youi spend a million 'pounds to keep me full all the yeir rround, instead of. quibbling and 4procrastinating? Get on with the job,!' 'All I could sa? was, "Hear, hear, old pal! We :rais our full quota of. £30,000 for the v'ar loan, and hope to do better -for oi?i peace and, prosper ity loans in thednear future." SBut Maroondah just roared louder, "Get on with tho job!"-Yours, etc., SW. J. DAWBORN.. HIealesville, 24/5/44.

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The Story Continued To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

The Story Continued To the Editor. Sir,--In 1,?2S.the Healesville Water works Trust, of which Comrs. Came ron, Barton, Kay. and - Dawboi n were: then members, approvedof a scheme submitted by.Mr.,F. J. Walters, to con struct a, service basin alongside the Graceburn.channel,'run 1, miles of 9 inch piping from. this basin, and .then run two 6-inch mains in parallel. The quantity , of water was limited to 500,000 gallons..per day,' and meters were to be installed. The cost of this work, 'was estimated at £10,000, and the writer has estimated that the an nual cost of meters, interest,.depreci ation, sinking fund, . maintenance, reading of meters, and extra office work entailed in charging by meter, would be at least £600 per annum,. which. sum would? pay interest on works amounting to £12,000; so that it could more properly be described as a.£22,000 scheme, 5 per cent. on which. would be £1,100. I did not think that Healesville was being fairly treated. and opposed this scheme; The prob...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

State Electricity Commission of Victoria RE-CLASSIFICATION OF COUNTRY ELECTRICITY CONSUMERS The Commission, in continuation of its review of Standard Tariffs, an nounces a reclassification of.its country consumers, including farmers. The followling tariffs will become effective for accounts rendered on or after 1st, JULY, 19-1.4: SMALLER COUNTRY TOWNS and LESS POPULATED AREAS, INCLUDING FARMS 1. Residential Tariff (Domestic and Commercial Residential Premises): Sel'vice charge per month per assessable room,'1/2.. Rate' per kwh, 1.4d. Maximum' overall rate per kwh, Sd. 2. Commercial and Industrial Lighting-Block Tariff; 'Rates per kwh (based on monthly consumption): First 100 kwh at 5.5d., next 200 at 4.5d., balance at 3.5d. ' 3. Condmiercial'and Industrial--Power and Heating -Block Tariff; Rates per kwh (based on monthly consumption): First.b :kwh at 2.5d., next 150 at 2.25d., next 4,800 at 1.5d., next 20,000 at'1.0d., next '100,000 at 0.9d., balance at 0.75d. Prescrtibed hours, 0.3...

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Croyden Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

l Market ~1, Iit Ps , 1 t ,ro - eci (it and londa " ,. ni fmters and fats at poiitri" in keen dc ni ii :~i44.4lg_gows...11; to £2'/!10/-, heif ers £15 to £1771!,/-, stale to £10; spl'inging cows £1::/lO/-, heifers £12 5 -; backward cows 11; yearling heif ers 8o/- to 180/-; store cows £6/10/ to £7/5/-, heifers £7; fat bullocks £20; cows £14/10/-, heifers £13/5'/-; beefy cows £11/15/-; choppers £6/10/- to /9110/-: crackers to £6; dairy bulls, small, £3. c Calves.-Large vealers £8/10/- to £11 if?/-, small £5/5/- to £6 '10/-:" calves 4n/- to !n/-, small 2(1./- to 36/-,' light weights to 17/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers SS/- to 106/-, medium S8,'- to 9:1/-, light 55/- to 75/-; light baconers 126/-; boars 51/-; chopping sows S0/-; bacon stores 50/ to 65/-; slips 2S/- to 36/-; suckers 12/- to 29/6; sows £5. Sheep.-Two-tooth wethers 30/- to 36;/4. full mouth :12/-; six-tooth ewes 26/- to 40/:1, full mouth 32/-; woolly lambs 35/- to 43/4. shorn 24/- to 31/-, plain to 26/-; stores-ewes 24/-, lambs 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

NICH.OLSON STREET ' " " Phone Healesville 135 ' DiLIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN TILE DISTRICT S ":_WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE O3TAINA3LE HERE? . -. r.' ' EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY L .. . .........-.......m.-... ....... .. . ...................... N.* ....t* N* ..... .................... ..... .......t ? --./ "1: Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE )EST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! DUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE. EQUALLED ANYWHERE i All Stock is killed locally, at' our Abattoirs, which are 1:[ " " . of the most up-to-date in Victoria. . PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES .........s.......................................... .............. I, :..:..'"'......, : .:.. BART.LDU'E. EE-E : :::.......t..........M KO MA:::::NE I MILK , OF MAGNESIA - S..., 'That is. what - Mother rgives M . and wise moaher too, bemese Milk of Mag.nesia isaideal for helphig to keep 'ikfldren hlthy. It assists nature to Skeep little stomache free from'dangerous acids, and so aids d...

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Sanctuary Committee MAY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

Sanctuary Committee . MAY MEETING. Prosent: , Mr: Lindsay Field '(chair mai'),' Cis. Coqk,: Huxham; Kay, Daw 'hqn. Messi's. Brdbmilow,- MacNamara, 'iFleay and Massy. '. CORRESPONDENCE. Public Works Department, forward ing payment of £32/2/7, as balance of''f:l0 grant.-Received. Same, granting f£0 , if- committee provided an extra £25.-Action of see irtriary in sending £45 approved. Ldnds Department, 'gazetting:' ap pointment of 1. L. R. McKenzie as a member of committee for the period ending 6/ 12/44.-Received. DIRECTOR'S REPORT., Mr. Freay reported:- ~, . Money Bags.-Recommending .haL. ,th lc'"ther money bags be u'chlaised. --Ag, eed to. Flood Damage. - Recomniending that repairs he effected to concrete bridge in creel.-,-Left in thp hands of Mr. Flcay. ., Recommendink that dl 'dangerous manna gum at north end of bridge be lopped.-Referred to 'di rector, with power to. act. Food fori Platypus. T-LTieie, dl~ctor statqd bhat the, workman . supplying 'ttiis food had itifinfated his in...

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A Nice Alternative To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

A Nice Alteruative To the Editor. Sir,A. paragraph in "The Guardian" last week dealt with some extraordin ary figures bearing .on the probable future population of Australia. The figuresranged from 200,000,000 quot ed by Mr. Clarey (who has been repr'. senting Australia at the I.L.O. conven tion in Azmerica, down to .25,000,000 a'' being' the, estimate of Mr. Grattan, a statistician. Leaving these widely sep arated' fiugres severely alone, there aie"people who are wondering where the 'people are to come from. People, as a rule, do" not leave their own coun tries' without good reason. The point is, Will there be'such inducements of fered as will cause them to leave their own countries for Australia? It looks' like wishful thinking. It is authori Itatively stated that England will re quire four million houses to be built as quickly as possible. At pre-war rate of building it would take twenty years to do the work. Assuming that the work is speeded up 100 per cent., it would take ten y...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 May 1944

To the Editor. Sir,-The letter in your issue of the 21st inst., over the signature of "I. M. Vigilant," in which it was stated that it cost 10 per week to feed the platy pus, surely requires some explanation. It would appear that such a position is one of rank extravagance, and de mands an explanation from the com mittee. Incidentally, Mr. Editor, it would be of great interest if you could publish the names of the members of the managing committee and the number of meetings which each mem ber has attended for the twelve months ending,. say, April 30. As the request is not an unreasonable one, it should be easily and quickly ob tained from the minute book. If ru mor can be believed, the publishing of such information would cause a little stir in our happy-go-lucky rural life. Also, who supervises the sanc tuary employes and the work done there?-Yours, etc., Healesville,. /o 4 "O? U

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Social Evening NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

Social Evening 'NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE HONORP~D. (By Helen R. Oakley.) On the night of:Thursday, May 25, a most enjoyable and happy evening was provided by the Healesville Ten nis Club at .-"Glen Isla," the home ,of Mr. ,L. J. Adam, in honor of the for mer Miss Lesley Adam and her hus band; Lieutenant Colin Monds. Guests present were:-Mr. and Mrs. Gray, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pockett, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Pur nell, Lieutenant and Mrs. J. Crawley, Corporal anid Mrs. Gibbs, Mrs. Barag wanath, her sister Mrs. Pigott, Miss A. Andrew, Miss H. Oakley, Mr. Murn, Mr. Pitt, Mr. Cleary and juniors, Miss Bartholomew, Miss Stanley and Miss Cochran. Crazy whist was played, and much hilarious entertainment derived there from. A delicious supper, provided by senior women members and set out by the bride's mother and Miss L. Mowle, was supplied. After supper, Mr. Adam, in a happy speech, welcomed the new members to the club. Lieutenant Crawley and Mr. Murn responded. Mr. Gray, on behalf of ...

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Sanctuary Fu... [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

Sanctuary Fu Cr. W. J. Dawborn Cr. R. G. Pollard Mr. C. Snell Mr. WV. J. McGrath MIr. R. R. Cochran Miss M. Dennis Miss C. Dennis Messrs. Newton and Jury . Mr. McKenzi, "The Ferns" Mi'. C. B. McConnel e M. A. Dowd J. Skuluck Maroondah Lake Hotel Mri. L. J. Adam Mr. J. T. Cornish Mr. N. L. Taylor Mrs. L. Taylor ..... ' .... M r. N . B. Pitt . ".............. Judge A. G. Ellis "Koomoorang," Badger Ck. Mr. D. Kent Mr. R. R. Cochran .... Mr. R. Mottershead . Total to date .......... £ 5 my theme Is not of ayient kint Nor yvet of knights of old. Who sate in state or rcle bedeel In robes of cloth of told; An hlumhller theme, thicyh michty MY fancy tender to lure Tile enemy' of eCOighs and Coldu W\'oods' Oreat Peeyern njyt C're.

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INVASION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

INVASION. It was in May, 1940--four yea'rs ago--that, in a desperate attempt to stem the rolling tide of the German invader, the brave people of Holland flooded large areas of their country. Their resistance from the outset was hopeless, but it showed the spirit of the Dutch-a spirit that, in four years of horror and bi utality. has never Leon quenched. Now, in May, 191144, the cables tell us that the Germans are again flooding Holland, in an en deavor to hold up another invasion, the "second front" that will set the small nations of Europe free. That message sounds almost prophetic. The story of the enemy occupation of Hol land is the old, old story of Prussian ruthlessness and duplicity. At 3 a.m. on Friday, May 10, 1940, without even a preliminary declaration of war, and without even a pretext of examining the.fictitious causes of complaint they had against the Dutch, the Germans bombed Holland's military aerodromes and German troops crossed the fron tier. Three hours later the G...

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