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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Racing Selections for the Epsom Cup meet ing, issued prior to final acceptances, are as under: SMurray Handicap. , A ntos ............... .... ......... ... ... :. 1: Tarabah ................. ..... . 2 C alista .... .... ..,. ..... .. ..... 3 Manuimbar Handicap: L em act ................. . . ..... 1 Philander ..........; ... ....:. .... 2 Clayton ...... ...... . . ..... : :3 Mordialloc Stakes. Aggressor ...... ..... ...... 1 , V ergure ............ ... :.: :.... 2 E l R eo ........ .. .. .... .... 3 Epsom Cup. Sir R om eo .........:....... ......... ...... 1 Queen Baccha ............. ...... ... 2 Gay Revelry .... ......... . ...3 Parkdale Welter. Inspector Scott ..... ..;..... ... 1 Jack Again ......... .. ...... 2 A zores ...... ... ... ....... . ... .......... 3 Cheltenham Handicap. Spirak ............ ...... ...... ........ .. ..:. : 1 S lig o ............ ...... ............ .... ...... 2 M erry Twinkle ............ ....:: .........:.. 3

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Yarra Glen Successful Social. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Yarra Glen ..-...v-- Successful Social. On Tuesday, December 8, a social -on the principal of bring a gift and buy a gift-was held in the Memorial Hall to aid the funds of the Presby terian Fellowship, Brownie Pack and the Sunday School. The attendance was excellent for a week night, and the readiness with which the folk cn tered into the various games, competi tions, etc., made the effort a great success. The first half hour was given over to entertaining the children, and the rest of the inight belonged to the adults. A stall was erected, and as fast as the gifts arrived they found ready purchasers. Solos were render ed by Mrs. G. Bell, Mrs. N. Allen and Mr. T. C. Towner, and Dawn Smith de lighted the audience with her polished dancing, which was a credit to her short term of instruction. By way of a change a shprt sketch, entitled "Full Value for the Money," kept the aud!i ence in a condition of mirth from Ie ginning to end. Miss B. Sommeri ille, as the alluring fortune teller, g...

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Healesville Red Cross COLLECTIONS AND DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Healesville Red Cross COLLECTIONS AND DONATIONS. Mr. Emmerson (treasurer) reports: Receipts for the fortnight ended De cember 14, 1942, are as follow:- Red Cross.-Victory Club, £4 7 /4/-; 'Miss I. Holl, £1/ 10/-; Mrs. H. Furms ton, 12/-; Misses Dennis (donation), 10/-; Mrs. J. Hume, £2/S/6; W. J. Dawborn (donation), 13/-; L. J. Adam, £1 //-I Mrs. D. Love, £3/1/-; Mrs. Mc Laughlin, £ /1/-; Mrs. Weddell, 17/-; Phillips and Son (collection bag), £3 10/-; Mrs. Furmston (sale of goods), G/G; sales of cards anct calendars, 17,-: total, £65/13/-. Prisoners of War Fund.-Mr and Mrs. A. J. Bury (donation), £10/10/-; Mrs. M. Alexander (donation), £5; H. Gunner, £14/11/-; H. Gunner (sales of flowers), £10: M.M.B.W. employes, £2/15/-; Miss M. Dennis (donation), £1; Miss C. Dennis (donation), £1; W. J. Dawborn (donation), 13/-; L. J. Adam, 16/-; Mrs. Weddell (bridge circle), £2/15/9; Mrs. Weddell, 9/-; total, £49/9/9.

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Mark[?] Report MELBOURNIG MARKET Decemb and 10. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Mark eport MELBOURNIG MARKET Decemb'and 10. Messrs. T. Shalgan and Co.'s re-. port on their t1ies at the Mel bourne pig marlq the abovc cato, is as follows:- : We sold 1064 and 45 calves. Stores.-A keqnand for all de scriptions at fully late rates, 24/- to Porkers.-Especially keen demand for all kinds at late values, 50/- to 90DO/-, few to'96/6. Backfatters.--Except for .long, lean, meaty sows, the'demand was poor at lower rates.' Lean sorts leld 'their own, £6/10/I to £8/10/-; odd' pigs £8/5/ to £1?1i/1/-. Baconers.--A wo'dnderful enquiry for choice, lean middle weights, 96/6 to 5"/12/~; `fatty sorts neglected at low values. We sold most of the best pigs' of the day, including four \P. :Gannon at £5/18/6, four Holloway Bros, at £5 15/6, three F. Tame at £5/14/6, five J. Watts at £5/12/-, Mis. Griffin £5 11/6, and swags of 'em £5/10/- to 90/-. Calves.-Firm. We sold 45 : ,t51/6. We sold 1064 pigs, 45 good vealers, Best sale throughout, notwithstanding squealers; Prospects °very, brig...

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Raygrove Revue SICK CHILDREN AIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Raygrove Revue SICK CHILDREN AIDED. A tolerable troupe of Healesville nstrels jammed themselves into the morial Hall on Tuesday night to forces for the vocal and vaudeville tasia evolved by Mr. Ray S. Grove, aid 'The Sun" toy fund. . / Mr. G. Stanley screened the song es, and Mr. E. Shipp tickled the :es. Proceedings were compered the entrepreneur himself. Mrs. L. Symons (better-or' more ely-known to Healesville folk as erstwhile Miss Hilda Foster) was 't artiste, and her singing of popu melodies met with unrestrained aoral. At odd intervals telling ap "were made for additions to the ury, and produced, in. the main, a lucrative results. en the time came at last for the lation of the lucky number (cho by Mr. Don Baker, of 3DB), ap hension ran'high, as the holder Cf e winning menu was guaranteed to elve a handsome smoker's stand 'hioned in the form of the nigger in' e wood pile, expertly executed by. r. J. Stirk, Kew, and unhesitatingly criiced on the altar of Charity by amond's mothe...

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Coming Attractions: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Coming Attractions: Satu'rday, Dec. 2t;.-James Cag pey in "Captains of the Clouds" (G.); !Roger Pryor and Rochelle Hudson in "The Officer and the Lady" (X).. Monday, Dec. 28.-Robert Young and Hedy Lamarr in "H. M. Pulham, 'Esq." (G.); March of Time and Shorts, Tuesday, Dec. 29.-Tommy Trinder In "Laugh It Off" (G.); John Beal in "Doctor's Don't Tell" (X.). Wednesday, December 30.-Gingeil Rogers and George Montgomery in. ''Roxy'Hart' (X.);, "Blondie in Society". I(G.). ,Thursday, December 31.-Ronald 'Reagan in. 'International Squadron" .(G.); Jeffry Lynn in "The Body'Dis appears" (G.). Friday, January 1.-Lupe Velez in. "Honolulu Lu" (G.); "Blossoms in the Dust," with Greer Garson and Walter, Pidgeon (X.). Saturday, Jan. 2.-Priscilla Lane in "Blues in the Night" (X.); Jimmy Durante in "You're in the Army Now" (G.).. Box Plan at "Guardian" Office 10 a.m. to 12 noon, 2.30 p.:?. to 5.30 p.m. Closed All Day Wednesdays. Tel. 91. Healesville Talkie--The Talk of the S Towri

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St. John's Social [?]NDS FOR KIDDIES' CHRISTMAS TREAT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

St, John's Social .DS FOR KIDDIES' CHRISTMASL TREAT. he euchre party and dance i," St. Hall, Healesville, of .Monday , to raise funds for the Church England children's Christmas treat, ed successful, a profit of £10/1/ ruing. n and Mr's. Furmston and Cedric, t supplied music gratis, and ri. Rutzou and Wright were a. Vaughan and Mrs. McLeish gent.) won the euchre tourney, the by consolations going to Mrs. Hun and MIr. Eggleston. The trophies e donated by Mrs. Rutzou. The Monte Carlo award, went to eCalwell and Miss McKenzie, the being given by Mr. H. B. Stan A good supper was provided.

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Healesville State School MERITORIOUS YEAR'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Healesville State School -V MERITORIOUS YEAR'S WORK By "Prefect." During the year the Healesville State school has purchased war sav ings certificates to the value of £220, and raised £45 for charities. Most of the money went tO the Edu cation department's war relief effort, and other bodies helped were the sane :tuary, the Children's Hosp.tal, and the Deaf and Dumb Children's Institute. Eggs were forwarded to the bush nurs ing and Alfred hospitals. Miss Weatherall's appointment to Hazelwood Estate has been cancelled, and she has been instructed to resume duty at Healesville. Miss Chapman will return for a few days after Christmas:

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Croydon Market -·-v ..-----.V-_ All cattle were in great demand on Monday. Milking cows brought £12/15/-, hei fers £12/10/-, stale £7/10/-; springing cows £11/2/6 heifers £12; backward cows £10/5/-; yearling heifers £6/5/-; lines of store cows £7/12/6; fat bul locks £14/7/6; fat cows £13, heifers £12/17/6; beefy cows £11/7/6; chop pers £6 to .£10/5/-; .crackers £5/10/-; dairy bulls £8. " Pigs..-Full yarding, prices extra good.` Heavy porkers 86/- to 109/-, medium 75%- to 85/-, light- 65/- to 74/; light baconers 100/- to 118/-; backfat ters £8/5/-; chopping sows S6/-; pork era £5/7/6; sIip's 35/- to 50/-; suckers 20/- to 45/-. .Sheep. - Good sale for quality. Spring .lambs 21/10 to 26/-, shorn 19/10, plain 16/- to 18/3; full mouth ewes 10/6 't6 13/-; two-tooth wethers 19/-, six-tooth 19/3, store wethers 15/ to 17/1; crackers 5/6 td 9/1. Poultry.-Big yarding, and dearer than ever. Cockerels 15/- to 19/6; draklings 17/-'to 25/-; colored hens 11/6 to 17/2; cock chickens 7/3 to 13/4, sta...

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Healesville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

HealesVle Notes -'.nd S.? GIove. Silad was welcomed Y... t eek-n u d i i health. \Ii. A. nuetired front the h : . all quarters rd jdi c' aqlo i en offerin last Cr te control of the shire je ta eure, wsarticularlY cen t se, and patriotiO i, the pho'ase, th.oer'er was heara to advo t ,he of a public meeting oldirs, and said that a man ;.e aa nd we w:nt him now ,t rAuust," he added. ctet le receivedl a shock on Sw?nYen cou cil men were seen art the l lowr' e, of NIchol at the oic footpath that :?eei "ree t sight for donkey's S. is hoped that those resip n :e: this move will further gild .h bolishing the rails and l: handy busin?ss guide for 4ong the innumerable congratula eceived at the community sqng r tcert were those of Mr. Don ofce a3z who, although not ares of 3 w, was there right enough rRe ference was made _' the tdon by t late Mr. Charlie e, and a voice said, "You tlcke ace." To which I replied, "As as it is for the benefit of the a I will be in it, as I 'ove to ath then and he...

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Variety Concert [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Variety Concert -V BY VISITORS AT "THE FERNS." On Thursday, 10th inst., visitors at "The Ferns" guest house held one of their periodical entertainments; to aid *a local institution. The program included a one-act melodrama, "The Poor Little Mill, Girl," with cast as follows:-Producer, Mr. H. Balaam; characters-Sir Her bert, Mr. Ron. McEachern; Hilary (Sir Herbert's son), Mr. Norman Shields; Murgatroyd (the villain), Mr. D. Ham mond: Sybil (the villain's daughter). Miss V. Sullivan; Peggy (the poor little mill girl), Mrs. McEachern. Other items were:-Bagpipo solo, "Scottish Musical Medley," by Pipe Major MacKenzie; accordeon solo, "Annie Laurie," Mrs. Mair; songs, "Love Everlasting" and "Boy of Mine," Mrs. Brightman; tap dance, Esme Brightman; recitations, "The Fairy Boat' and "The Elf Man," David Brightman. Mr. Arnold Greig gave a humorous recitation, "I Am a Quack." Miss El speth Benson, of the staff, sang "Love Is All" and "Mother Machree," and gave a nicely executed tap dance and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 * DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE 0 IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when toe BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY . ....................... ....... ............... .. ..*N..*.*/. *.*......*.*......*.......*...*.............................. .................... ........ N.... **........................................ ..................... 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 ............................................................................................................................-... ............................................ ..................... .... ............................. ....... NEW HEALESVILLE CdE lrr7l tic "ervi ce JOHN POMEROY FARNHAMII ROAD - - ~- HEALESVILLE :-:1 .'P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

CERTI FICATE FOR SMALLER PRESENTS, GIVE 6" WAR SAVINGS STAMPS GIFT FOLDERS FREE AT ALL POST OFFICES. Get Results. Advertise functions in the THE HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN: LET THERE BE NO T VAIN REGRETS Whenever you are requiring goods for intimate personal use it will pay you to visit this estab. lishment--and this is even more essential wheti : MEN'S TOILET & SHAVING re l NEEDS -are being filled. Here you will find the Purest Qualities comparable with reasonable price-and it will pay you not to sacrifice quality and comfort by seeking cheaper lines. Bartold's Pharmacy Opp. P.O., HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress N./*.N................. ............ . .....,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ..................m,.. SUPPLIES OF THESE LINES OF FOOTWEAR ARE NOW AVAILABLE Dr St. John's HEALTH SHOES FOR LADIES Boys' Boots and Shoes Slippers and Canvas Shoes IN ALL SIZES A. Harry Blackwood The Up-to-Dtuo Shoemaran Nicholson St. Healesville Telephone 103 .................

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

DENTISTS MR. 11. S'i 'CK SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS Dates are as follow: SATURI).\Y, JIANUARIY 9th SATURIDAY, .IANT ARY 2:3rd SATURIIAY, FEI:IUARY (ith SSATUIRDAYI, f '!:I;:IUAItY 20th SATUII):AY, 3)l.tRCHI ith SATURDAY, MARCII 20th City Address: A&LSTON BUILDINGS 32 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: .Central 2507 - Healesville 151 M R. FRANK H. COOK , SURGEON-DENTIST !.s 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY TIIURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE IHEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER .CLIVE AVENUE, ILEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E.- M. Pou!tun SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS , FOR ALL FEMALE W*EAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women wi...

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WEAPONS THAT WIN WARS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

WEAPONS THA WIN WARS. In one of his rece blatherings Hit ler sought to bolste up Axis morale by asserting that tL German inven tive spirit had not een idle, and he had something up his sleeve that would take their br th away. This hint of yet another s cret weapon was intended for Allied s well as home consumption. Adn tedly, Germany and Japan had an nrly lead on the United Nations in a naments, but to day neither has any proved weapons that the Allies canno equal or improve upon and produce in reater quantity. It has been rightly id that there is no mystery or secre over the'one ef fective weapon wb h will win the war; that is, greate strength against the enemy. and its se against him. Armaments ha-'e b n definitely the deciding factor in ba les so far fought -a fact which the llies fully recog nise. Australia ha not lagged in taking this lessontc eart and effect ing a trlly remark le transition to the economy of i' A glimpse of what has been acco pished in arma ments manufacture a...

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Healesville Bowling Club VISITORS ENJOY CONTESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Healesville Bowling Club ------V - VISITORS ENJOY CONTESTS. By "Roller." The value of the bowling green as a district attraction is constantly em phasised by the number of visitors who enjoy a game there. This week Messrs. Roberts and McDougall, of Mildura, were welcomed. They play ed a game of 11 ends with Messrs. S. Biackburn and D. Bartholomew, the locals winning by 9 to 6 after a keen contest. On Wednesday a pairs tournament was held. Six pairs entered, each pair meeting the other during the after noon. Messrs. Robertson and Roberts won,. with 7 points. Messrs. Pollard and McDougall, and Willshire and Blackburn, tied for run ners-up, with 26 points each.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

IIUSINI Sf NOTICES Desirous of purchasing or propertiCs in Healesville and d istlricts should consult Af BORN al Estate and Business Agent Property !Salesman Kinds of Insuranlce Effected t ReKistrar for Births and Deaths il0LSON ST., LIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 You will be wise to see the new Footwear shown here. The season's authentic styles all occa ls are included in our fine stock. Many unique designs in rhoes with definite style appeal Ue here at very reasonable price. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS lullett & Langford SOLICITORS LICITORS and COMAIISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 9u COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT 'THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE ieerce and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m.. and G p.m. - EVERY THURSDAY akvilve Telephones: r RE-CAPPING Modern [ethod Tyro Rejuvenation . .:By.. BOX :HILL TYRE SERVICE ~, )13 . .V Ite frFeP ]Road. Brox Hill SWX 2395 i t . In ttimes brilliant and ornamental liefea~s auster...

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Children's Celebration BRIGHT ANIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Children's Ce!ebration -V BRIGHT -WIVERSARY. Young people' rniverstry celebra tions were cond;pd on Sunday and Monday nights iihe Salvation Army Hall, Healesville.; On Sunday evig the meeting, was led by Envoy arMrs. Woodward, of Camberwell. A ture was the sing ing of the childrwvhb rendered their items excellently. For the conclug meeting on Mon day night the 1, was packed with parents and fria. - Under the able leadership of Ma!W. D. Forbas, the program of eveiwent through ex ceptionally well. ' The mair iterf the evening wa.s the diEtribution prizes to acholara, for their work ring the yearc, to which, the childrmad looked forward eagerly. Thank:t due to the staff for their devotirnd care in tra!n ing the children-! this great event; and to the pareifor their co-opera tion along each.k. The Army try that the coming year may be fof happiness and blessing for thend other children of Healesville.

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Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Brevities   By "Arline." Sergeant Bert King, who recently returned from services with the A.I.F. in North Africa, resumed his former civilian occupation on Monday. Bert is a veteran of two wars. On Tuesday about 30 children from Narbethong school picnicked in Queen's Park and visited the sanctu- ary. The head mistress and several Narbethong residents accompanied them. Private Brian Chandler has been in- valided back to Australia after par- ticipating in the Milne Bay and Owen Stanley Range conflicts in New Guinea. He has been convalescing in Sydney after a bout of malaria. His family hope to see him home for Christmas, after which it is likely he will be sent "up North." Mrs. W. Clarke, of Clifton Hill, paid a Christmas visit to Healesvillc on Thursday. Her daughter Betty, who jotned the W.A.A.A.F.'s shortly before leaving Hcalesville, is now stationed in a large Gippsland centre, where she finds conditions most congenial. Betty and seven Tasmanian girl friends de- vote...

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Airman's Letter to His School AND HIS PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 December 1942

Airman's Letter to His School AND HIS PRAYER. Almighty and all-present Power, Short is the prayer I make to Thee, I do not ask in battle hour For any shield to cover fne. The vast unalterrible way From which the stars do not depart May not be turned aside to stay The bullet flying to my heart. I ask no help to strike my foe, I seek no petty victory here, The enemy I hate. I know, To Thee is also dear. But this I pray, he at my side When death is drawing through the sky. Almighty God, who also died, Teach me the way that I should die. These magnificent lines were contain ed in a letter written by Sergeant Observer H. R. Brodie, since reported probably killed, to the boys of Mel bourne High School, and published in their school magazine, 'The Unicorn." Brodie was posted missing after R.A.A.F. operations in July, and the letter was found among his personal belongings. Future Is Yours. An old boy of Melbourne High School, and on the school staff when he joined up, he wrote: "My Dear Boy...

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