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Birth of an Idea To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

Birth of an Idea To the Editor. Sir,--I much regret having to en croach again on your valuable space by asking you to -correct a mistake published in reference to the amount raised for building our proposed local hospital. The amount I quoted was £3,200, unfortunately hnot £32,000, as in your last issue. Just an unfortu nate printer's error, but one which might cause'fantastic "dreams" to dis turb the rest of "First Things First," and create false hopes in the minds of the public, some of whom may dream of speedy attention to loved ones, should a sudden illness or distressing accident occur, without having to wait till arrival at Lilydale or Melbourne for skilled aid, when by receiving such locally might mean saving their life. I know our local practitioner (when available) treats with skill and consid eration any such case; but he is only human, and being one among so many must of necessity have time off from his onerous duties; and it is often in his absence that some poor unfortu...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE EDITOR ADDRESSES A CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

THE EDITOR ADDRESSES A COIRRESPONDENT. A correspondent signing himself "'Patriot" has written the editor a let ter for publication to which he takes exception. It purports to deal with a letter in last issue by "One of the Enthusiastic Gathering." The editor has this to say to "Patriot":--thea "Guardian" is a free paper, untram melled and unswayed by any influence or faction. Its columns are open to the publication of fair criticism on all matters of public interest, irrespective of whether the views expressed coin cide with our own or 'otherwise. We expect it 'to be recognised that we are neutral on all such matters of con cern. We don't publish anything that is obscene, sacrilegious, libellous, or offensive to good taste; neither will we publish a letter such as yours, which exceeds all decent bounds of fair play alid fair criticism. Further, we do not thank you for addressing such a scurrilous piece of mischief to us, and if you wish to enjoy our good will and the hospitality of ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Postscript To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

Postscript To the Editor. Sir,-Certain of your readers, who probably lead a very dull life, are no doubt bored by argument regarding such an unimportant matter, as the. proposed expenditure of over £40,000 on water supply. But there are other readers who are interested, ,and, after all, no one is bound to read what'does not interest him. At a meeting of the water trust on Monday last a motion was passed that the deputation which is to wait on the chairman of the M.M.B.W. ask for 1,0oo0,o0 gallons of water per.day from the Graceburn. This is a reason able request and, if granted, it will then be the duty of the trust to make plans to deliver this water in the most economic way. Trust meetings should be collective attempts to obtain and examine evidence, but if this spirit :s lacking, and discussion is 'suppressed, personal bickerings and estrangements' -will naturally follow. 'I hesitate to comment on Com. Dawborn's conver sation with the Maroondah Dam. While, of opinion, that "her" ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Sanctuary To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

ealesville Sanctuary To the Editor. Sir,-Mr. David, Fleay, director of Healesville wild life sanctuary, de 'es much praise for. the remark e work he has done and the results has achieved by this work in the Id of zoology. Particularly is this Ise deserving in consideration of untiring effort to give to Heales le and the world a detailed know ge about the habits and life of that ysterious little animal, the platypus. .der exceptionally difficult and ad rse conditions, apparent failures and ny disappointments, all of which their aggregate would have defeat most men and many researchers, hr. Fleay has worked, persevered and naceteded. In the past twelve months liealesville has been honored, by hav t? the name Healesville associated lith natural history. Already research ot:k relating to the platypus, and Carried out by the director of the Heaclsville sanctuary, has been lauded il over the world as being an import att contribution to zoological science. Shortly a book about the 'habits ...

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Road Obstruction To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

Road Obstruction To the Editor. Sir,-I wish to draw attention to the serious menace to public safety on the roadway opposite the court house. Whatever possessed the shire council to allow such a dangerous piece of work to be carried out? There Is barely room for it car and a pedes trian to pass, let alone another car. The danger of a collision at any time, particularly on dark, foggy nights, is great. Condemnation of the obstruc tion is heard on all sides. Trusting that some action will be taken. Yours, etc., "SAFETY." Healesville, :11/5/44- .

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That Enthusiastic Meeting To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

That Enthusiastic Meeting To the Editor. Sir, - Your correspondent who writes as "One of the Enthusiastic Gathering" which decided to have a lace club in Healesville, and who writes under the title of "Call to Pat riotism," makes a clumsy attempt to give to those responsible for the en. thusiastic race club formation meet ing the credit for all patriotic and charitable work clone in Hcalesville. I leave it to your readers to judge as to the correctness of his claim, and I. synmpathise with the cmany enthusl ':stic pat2 idtic and chl.u it:ble workers in our town ill the at tempt alnde in the letter undr r leview to associate them with the formation of a ace club. WVhile many will dispute and resent his claim, at least all will agree that this much has been done for Heales ville as the result of "that enthusias tic meeting." Healesville has now the doubtful distinction of being the only town in Australia to have started a race club during Australia's life and death struggle against th...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

I BUSIPc I NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or properties in Hcalesville and wading Districts should consult 3. J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths Cl0LSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 that ,aoe 72onetj 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 her at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS SOLICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS lI., S.A., r -d Tas. l95 COLLINS ST., M-ELBOURNE ATTEND AT THETR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pierce and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THIURSDAY -ý,. Telephones: 4* lealeaville 39 M Ul 4 MEMORIAL HAIL IM TALKIES. To-Night, Saturday Deanna Durbin and Edmund O'Briert ......in ...... "AMAZING MRS. InOLL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

J. FA EBA.N NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healeaville 135 SDLVER FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT S^-:" WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTTBING 'FBESH DAILY ... ......................................... ........... ............. 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 .........':m'.... ..:"" BARTOLD'S SMILK OF MAGNESIA - That is what " Mother gives Me and wise mother teeoo, bease Milk of Manesia i is ideal for helping to keep children healthy. It asslsts nature to - keep little stomachs free from dangerous -acids, and so aids digestion ad elim. Itatm billemness, etc. aq a lag nubosa re =w * BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Office. HEAL.YSVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, PheL e 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress ...Nese . . ..-................ ......

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Bone is Picked To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

is Picked ".L To the Editor. t ad others with me-con " s contained in the en of the Enthusiastic Onur last issue to be il t for in several respects. ['ut e or she, I don't know io lplans of things being left In one way this is true, i" w\:a it is not. Every e ' town, there are al S ., tVillin" to turn up to ~:,lnolt any subject; but .'' their night out t " look to to find ': fori the schemes ja zi "ng Of course .nernl public who have to S pople who are un tO out ai: ht after night at t in' many other equally It0rtant things to do. This o,' is not solely confined to e", its the same everywhere. t together, do the talking the Ikudos; but its the pub . ave to do the folking out. detoo, that "Enthusiast" nu husiiasm run away with him tac on a previous contrihu f Tfhin.,s First," whose argu usoundl enough from various but particularly where it re consideration of our' soldiers' S ieaw. To quibble about whe e letter' was actually wrltten " Guinea (which obviously it o have been) was somet...

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Charity Social FRANCES LUSCOMBE AIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

Charity S cial FRANCES LUSCOMBE AIDED. On Tuesday of last week !a euchre and dance, organised by the Heales ville Victory Club, was held in the Memorial Hall to aid the Frances Lus combe appeal. It proved a great suc cess, the attendance being excellent. Euchre prizes were won by Mrs. V. Patterson and Mr. M. Olney, booby awards going .to Mr. Barnett (as lady) and Mrs. Lynch (gent.. Other prize winners were:-Monte Carlo, Mrs. Le Leivre and Mrs. Bird; statue dance, Mrs. C. Miller and Mr. L. Gardiner. These donations were gratefully re ceived:-Mrs. R. Coates, 2/6; Mrs. Challinor 2/-; Mr., A. Martin, 2/-; Mr. Seigmund, 2/-; Anonymous, 4/-; "Golf House" guests, £4/2/-; Mrs. E. L. Sut ton, £3/3/-; Mrs. H. Furmston, 3/-; Mrs. J. Bath, 2/-; ,Mr. H. Philippe, 10/-; Miss E. Penton, 5/-;. Mrs. Stain ton, 1/-; "Cranbrook Lodge," £3; Miss D.. Taber, 4/-; Mr. A. E. Kestle, £1; Anonymous, 2/6; Mrs. P. Shipp, 5/-; David Brown and Mrs. L. Brien, 6/-, Anonymous, 5/-; Anonymous, 2/-; Mrs. Y. M. Alento...

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Healesville Councillors Confer TRANSACTIONS AT THE MAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

H ouncillors Confer TRANSACTIONS AT THE MAY MEETING. Monthly conference of Healesvillo councillors was held on Monday. Pres ent were Crs. Cameron (president). Dawborn, Murton, Huxham, Johnston, Kay, Pollard, Cook and Barton-the full complement of nine. Minutes were taken by the shire secretary, Mr. W. Massey. INTERESTING CORRESPOND ENCE ITEMS. Public Works Department, that it was of opinion that proposed conven iences in Queen's Park should be sew ered, and returning plan to have alter ations made to provide for sewerage. -Action deferred for report. ,,Public Health Department, circular concerning infant welfare centres. Received: district infant welfare cen tre is at Marysville. Country Roads Board, intimating than an inspection had been made of MPlrysville road by a board engineer, who reported that while sonime of the logs, were close to the shoulder they did not encroach on usable portion of roadway, and it appeared that no other suitable stacking area was avail- able. The board...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK ([0 J SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SJUNE 10th SJUNE 24th City Address: I.- ?ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 H- ealesville 151 MiR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY Li. THURSDAY L 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 HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 , 11 Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton 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 105 BOURKE ST., MEnLIl Cent. 2197 If Out of Sorts Ev.e those folks who ...

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Singular Letter from Myers To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

Singular Letter from Myers To the Editor. Sir-What lhas become of 'the shire tar. cart? There hasn't been so much as? 'a spoonful of tar spilt around 'Healesville' for years - except, of course, by rthe C.R.B. 'Is the war to blame, for tar being scarce at Heales ville? The. war gets blamed for a lot of things, but you wouldn't think tar came into it. Perhaps the tar pot's been lost. If so, why not put an~ad. in your paper: Lost.-A Tar Cart; ur gently needed for road repairs instead of theoloose stone and gravel now in use, which gets washed out of potholes every time it rains and service basins and pipes' are too small to cope with it (see deductions of Commissioner Cook). Good reward of return in August offered by Healesville Rate payers.-Yours, etc., "WASHED OUT AGAIN." Myer's Creek, 30/5/44. (Surely our correspondent doesn't expect the tar cart out at the Myers. Tha's asking too'much!--Ed., "G.")

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 June 1944

              Kestle & Newton Horse and Cow Rugs Large Selection to choose from. Cow Rugs Lined and Unlined _ PRICES ARE RIGHT CANE- ITE Light and Durable. This popolar Lining Board is stocked by us. We can quote for large or small quantities. East End. Timber Yard Fernshaw Road, Healesvile (St. Leonard's Road Junction) 'Phone Healesville 22 Healesville Furniiture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD----EAST END SIOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought IHIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quate Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES BesatWorkmanship and Materials Guaranteed .. . ...r....." .............................:..."..................a....... v .l This Week's Seasonable Suggestionsi JELLY CRYSTALS, all Flavors no limit). Also in 1 l . and 14 lb; packets. FATHER'S; FAVORITE, the King of FRUIT SAUCES. JUNKET TABLETS and JUNKET CRYSTALS. CUSTARD POWDER, including Foster Clark's, Unc...

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Healesville Repatriatio Committee [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

Healesville Repatriatio Committee Last meeting of Healesville Pep riation Committee wf s ell attendk Subscriptions totallin 5lgl atte/nd in hand. "t/ "/ a Appointments of Cr. Huxham president and Mr. Masse x sretar treasurer were ratified,,ith thea lowingi committeeo...,. weih the a Adam, Roberts Cook, ollae . Marri Newton, King, Johnston, Snell, Pas Hansen, Dillon, Huxham, Massey 1 Philippe: executive committaee, Messa Pollard. Adam, Robertso Philine Dillon. ' e These resolutions were Passed Melbourne office to be advised re ing position at Marysvill, and re considered by committee. Can Ba and secretary of Buxton branch the R.S.S.A.I.L.A. to be asked to a public meeting regarding form a local repatriation committee, or hoard to be erected at shire of door, indicating conmmittee offic plication to be made to Repatriat Committee for £.; grant: Messrs. Laine and Smedley, Toolangi. Badger Creek Hall conmittee to invited to join the committee.

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Main Street Talk To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

Main Street Talk To the Editor. Sir,-A great deal of gossip goes on in Nicholson street. Passing through, one cannot help hearing such remarks as "Well, now!" "You don't say so!" "I was just going to say." etc. It is well for such people that they have so much idle time on their hands, and it is a pity it could not he more profitably employed.-Yours, etc., "SILENCE." Healesville, 5/6/44.

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An Appeal To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

An Appeal To the Editor. Sir,--The Salvation Army' is plan ning 'to re-build and re-equip the Bayswater 'Boys' Home. The State .Government. is interested in the pro ject, and at their request we are changing the old dormitories to pro vide separate rooms for forty boys of the reformatory section. In all, we have over 10? boys under our care in this home. The estimated cost of re building and equipping is in the vicin ity of £45,000, of which it is expected the State Government will grant about l :,500o. It is therefore neces sary for the Salvation Army to appeal for generous support from a generous. public to assist in raising the ,balance --£25,000. My knowledge of the splendid work the Army Ihas done for the boys warrants thy recommending hearty support of this appeal, and I send it forth in the earnest hope that it will meet with the abundant suc cess it deserves., Would your readers help us to help these lads, and so as sist in guiding wayward youth into good citizenship? All do...

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The Divine Plan To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

The Divine Plan To the Editor. Sir,-No genuine lover of animals or birds likes to see them shut up in enclosures. This is not according to the Divine plan: 'Would it not be in keeping for a person to be the leader of a crusade to have such poor crea tures released?-Yours, etc., ) "NATURE LOVER." Healesville, -7/6/44.

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Healesville State School [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

Healesville State School By D. L. Bartholomew, Head Teacher. Parents of children aged 4.1 to 0 years are advised to start them at school on Jtily 1, as only children of .& or over will be admitted after that date. Mr. H. Bower, who was appointed to the staff, exchanged with Mr. L. F. Foxcroft, who had been appointed to Maffra. The latter has now taken up duty at Healesville, while the former has gone to Maffra. The school has raised over £700 to assist the war effort, by the sale of war savings certificates. A pertlsal of old records shows that there was a common school in Heales ville in 1867, with an attendance of 50 children, as against 230 to-day. Among names still familiar in the dis trict were those of Furmston and Philippe. In 1870 the school was closed owing to an outbreak of diph theria. In the same year it was ro marked by the inspector that the building was unlined. In IS'S3 the inspector complained of children being kept home to do hop piciling, an industry now e...

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Healesville Police Court ALIEN MOVES AROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

Healesville Police Court ALIEN MOVES AROUND. In Healesville police court or. Thursday of last week, Peter Scipi one, Italian alien, care G. H. Reed and Sons, Toolangi, was charged that between 16/2/44 and 3/3/44 he left his place of abode and travelled out side the Healesville police district without obtaining a permit to do so. He pleaded not guilty, and was de fended by Mr. Mullett. Evidence given by Senior-constable G. A. Newton was to the effect that defendant went to Marysville on Feb ruary 16 and worked in the timber industry for over a fortnight, return ing to Healesville on March 3. He then left for Melbourne, still travelling without a permit. The defence was that as defendant had never made his abode at Toolangi there was no place of abode for him to leave; which, in cross-examination, was countered by Senior-constable Npwton that defendant stayed one night in the Healesville Hotel and an other in Mr. Van Damme's residence opposite, thereby establishing a place of abode in...

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