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Healesville Council ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

Healesville Council ENGINEERI PREPORT, At last eelr .f t Healesville Shire, C?oý:i tiny submitted the follovilý. . Mlain Road Mai:enaee.t endeavor should he :'ladetn E'e all funds allotted foe- t. t 'xpel main ainona: malce vtiatbls next fortnight. Clims lodged of about the middle of June aoe liable be transferred to next financial ye Estimates for main road mnintea rei'orements for year ending June 1 ,45, have been lodged Wi;th C.R.B., and a copy suhmitted to shire.. Federal Aid Funds..A-p!liati for Federal Aid funds have een s mitted to the shire secretary for proval and despatch to the C.R.B. the absence of specific directi from the council the following ap cations were made:--Myer's Cr road, commencing from a point so 110 feet north of "Woodstock," ree struction of 3000 lineal feet: esti ed cost, l£i00. Badger avenue. forming, re-sheeting, etc., :,;04 f estimate, £750. Fall's road, 11a ville, re-forming, draining, sheet etc., 6000 feet; estimate, l i non T bewong Settlement road...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Obituary MR. A. E. HAMLYN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

Obituary -4----- MR. A. E. HAMLYN. We regret to record the death of. Mr. Ernest Albert Hamlyn, of Chum Creek, which occurred in the Heales ville Bush Nursing Hospital on Thurs day of last week. Mr. Hamlyn was born in Devon, Enlgland, 77 years ago. He joined the Royal Navy in 1881, and travelled nearly all over the world. On leaving the Navy he had a market garden in Devon. He rejoined the Navy in March,. 1915, to serve in the Great War, and was sent to the Dardanelles, He participated in the evacuation of Gallipoli, where the was wounded and di3charged in 1917. With his wife and family, Mr. Ham= lyn came to .Australia in 1921, and has l.een a highly esteemed resident of the Healesville district for 22 years. The funeral, ,held in the Healesville cemetery on Saturday afternoon, was largely attended. Sincere sympathy is extended to Mrs. Hamlyn and fam ily, and other members of the bereav ed.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Rail Service Restricti[?] INCREASED BY COAL POSI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

Rail Service Restrict INCREASED BY COAL POSI The desperate position whic been reached in supplies of lar slack coal, and the uncertainty future deliveries have compelil Railways Commissioners to f reduce train services. As count senger time tables were dra reduced some months ago,.the diate country alterations will goods and live stock service This will siduce the supply of for general loading, live sto such commodities as wheat, ti etc. In the metropolitan area, su services have been reduced by imately 25 per cent. as from June 4. On week days and Saturdays ing and evening "peak" subuf vices will be reduced by 10 pe and during the "off-peak" hou will be a reduction of 50 pe in service. On Sunday mornings only 0 will run on each suburban line arrive at Flinders street 10.15 and 10.30 a.m., and re the suburbs from Flinders st about 12.30 p.m., forming the connection for the "Overlan "Spirit of Progress" arrivals. It isn't the bird with llmaiUce That siegs the sweetest sona. It isn't ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

5SDN eI INOTICOS l. esrous of Purchasing or g propertles in Hoalesville and unding Distriots should consult . . DAWBORN Real Estate ,and Business Agent Property Salesman M Kindl of Insurance. Effected Registrar for Blirth and Deaths llCIi(LSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 4t that 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. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nlcholson St., HEALESVILLE. soLICInrTO ullett & Langford SOLICITORS OflOiS and COMMISSIONERS ?13R AFFIDAVITS io., S.A., and Tas. HI COL- INS ST., TLIELBOURNE A'` L'END AT THEIR PiEA ESVILLE OFFICE prrce ar. Bradshaw's Bulldings Betwe5e1 'he hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. E VE' Y THURSDAY I 'Telephones: iaville 39' MT So MEMORIAL HALL , TALKIES To=Night, 'Saturday Ann Dviroak and Erlc' Partman I. "SQUADRON LEADER X" (X) "SQUADRON LEADER 'X" (X) Ro...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. May 31 and June 1. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

. 'Mairket Report -4------- MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. May 31 and June I. With a firmer tendency in most lines, there was a greater incentive for pig and cattle raisers at the Mel bourne pig market last week,'when Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. had a busy and bright session,. Arising out of this, they have submitted the following report on activities:- Porkers. - Sharp rise ' in rheavy weights. Others firm, 45/- to 70/-, still others 72,/- to 97/6. Backfatters.-Values firm at late rates. We sold drafts C. Phayer at £11/4/-, L. Beckett £10/14/-, Henry and Perrin £9/9/-, J. Bell £19/6/-, S. Jennings at £8/19/-, A. Wyatt £9/4/-, G. F. Parker at £9/1/-, etc. Baconers.-A keen enquiry at late rates. We sold some wonderful pens, including draughts A. M. Yardiat £7 8/6, five B. Stewart at £7/6/6l nine W. Owen at £7/4/6, five T. M:'Crane at £7/3/6, A. Taylor £7/1/-, M;'Pa!l ing £7, R. Harley £6/19/-, eight W. Cullen at £6/16/6, nine N. Gairn' at £6/12/6, three Clyne Bros. and ,chilg at £6/14/6, L....

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Why Not? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

Why Not? . To the Editor. Sir,--Now that the Rev. Bason, has written so entertainingly on the sanc tuary, perhaps he might also favor us with his views on the formation of a racing club at Healcsville during war-time.-Yours, etc., "FIRST OF THE FEW." Healesville, 7/t/-1 4.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

DEATH HAMLYN.-On June 1st, at HEalesville Bush Nursing Hospital, Ernest Albert Hamlyn, loving husband of Alice, dear dad of Edie and Winnie, father-in-law of Vic. and Melve (A.I.F.) Blackmore. HAMLYN.-On June 1st, Ernest Al- bert Hamlyn, loving grandpa of Ernest (R.A.A.F.), Frank, Margaret and Melwyn Blackmore. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1944

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

Further Rail Restrictions OWING TO .THE DESPERATE COAL POSITION REDUCTIONS MUST BE MADE IN GOODS TRAIN SERVICES which will affect the Supply of Trucks for General Loading, PRIM ARILY WHEAT, FIREWOOD, LIVE, STOCK, Etc. The Commissioners greatly regret this further restriction, but it has been. forced upon them by the sholt supplies of Railway Coal IT IS HOPED FOR THE PRESENT TO AVOID FURTHER RESTRIC TIONS IN COUNTRY PASSENGER SERVICES (Instrted by the Victorian Railways Commissioners) , · · . . ' " OUT OF?IY IVAY SQUANDER BUG I'AI WANTED FOR .WAR SAV'INGS ON TO VICTORY! No time to spare for the Squander Bug these days-no money, either. Spending hin ders the war effort. Use all your spare money to buy 6d. War Savings Stamps, War Savings Certificates, or 5/ National Savings Stamps. Raise the standard of your war savings by increasing your purchases every week. NBU ' 6d. I'or Soavisrs Stamps, from any .lloney Order Post Ofice. OR I'sar Savings Certificates, from any Bank,. Savins lRnl,,...

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"I. M. VIGILANT." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

"I. M. VIGILANT." ------,-v We have heard it suggested that the valued contributions appearing in this journal. under the pen-name of "I. M. Vigilant" emanate from and are written. We disclaim the compliment. The writer (whose identity, of course, we cannot divulge) is a well known and highly esteemed gentleman of fine scholarship, who has lived in 'Healesville for many years (much longer than we have ourselves, in fact), has done much to benefit the district (and apparently with the aid of his pen is still doing it), and whose views are well worthy of cognisance. We do admit, however, to supplying ,him with occasional facts that he may require of us, and which we are in a position to supply. This week, for in stance, he sought from us and was given a list of some of the hooks and periodicals in which certain of our published photographs have appeared. Beyond such help as this-and, of course, our editing and occasional re wliting of his copy, to which all news paper contributors mus...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

JFA I ANK NICHOLSON STREET 1 'Phone Healesville 135 DnH.?VERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT .-r' o IYGO'ELSEWHERE, when the BEST Oe CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? yVIRITT ING NIrESI DAILY -.. . N............... ........N.N.NI".....N...************************ Public Notice "i ALEX CHRISTIE NTILL SELLS TSE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All teek is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are eof the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES . ..........M .n...N ........ ../..-.... . .**= .**** ..*******.*****............****************** ::::::::::::::::::::::: BARTOLD'S t .l::uuilillfll:::li -MILK OI MAGNESIA That is what Mother gives Me and wise mother toe, boe.m Milk of Magnesia is ideal for helpig to kemp t children healthy. It assm s nature to . keep little stomachs free from dangerous acids, and pe aids digestina e d slim eattes billoeass, ete. $e a lases bole frem SBARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Offi...

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Keeping The Record Straight To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

Keeping The Record Straight To the Editor. Atfte,' several years' absence, it a' m" ood fortune to spend a t yoglnv in familiar surround ,ince I last saw H-ealesville I e been in nearly every part of A\us 1P and adjacent lands. Some of .:e were far enough away to be de d as distant lands. In all of my "in I have not seen any place Shcan present such scenic attrac ias youtr own Healesville. It is ,utiful place to live in, and wor Soall tihe help which can be given a"e it still more attractive. It ae me a thrill to be able to e the well known local paper and the criticism of people and ts They do not differ very much tone from those which I can re ,ber a decade or so ago. They all forthright and call a spade a de I think this is peculiar to ,?try correspondents. The editor 1s in for a good deal of censure, mnost people assume that if the or permits matter to appear which not coincide with their own s, then he should be lampooned. twever, in the long run it does no Sand perhaps, indire...

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Question of Qualification To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

'Quiistion'of Quali , fikati'n To the Editor. Sir,-Before a person's opinion on, any subject can be of recognisable .material value, that person must be qualified to pass such an opinion. The last, issue of your paper (which has become a valuable liberal forum for the interchange of ideas) contained a remarkable declaration in the inter ests of Zoology by a reverend gentle man. whose personal and theological attributes I am first to acknowledge, but whose qualifications to pass judg ment on Zoology are probably-with all due respect to him-open to doubt. This gentleman-who has himself in troduced the word Zoology-has tak en it upon himself to make an open and unequivocal declaration regardin, the present state of affairs at the sanctuary. As indicated, he does so not non-committally and in uncertain terms, but authoritatively and force fully as though he knows all about the matter, and may even be expected to possess some "inside knowledge" concerning it. In the first place, and as a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 June 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK Vii' SUBGEON-DENTIST VISITS IHEALESVILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the '.MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: JUNE o1th JUNE 241th I-'! City Address: (J .AiLSTON BUILDINGS rtf 82 ELIZABETH STREET ;' • ' : 'Phones: -0antral 2507 Healesville 151 MRt. FRANK H. COOK ., SUBGEON-DENTIST 1 219 BALACLAVA ROAD ? , CAULFIELD SV"ISITS HEALJEVILLE EVERY r THURSDAY L ' 2 p.m. till 5.20 . Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 WUSINESS NOTICES '<" WHEN YOU WANT GOODS *ELW?IIIED PROMPTLY TO ANY PAST OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 S611 Klada 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 W'omen will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 165 BOURKE ST., III. Cent. 21...

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Football at Lilydale IS GAME TO BE REVIVED? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

Football at Lilydale IS GAME TO BE REVIVED? "Resurrection Day" of King Foot ball at Lilydale was experienced on Monday, when a Mitcham team un der 1S (only once defeated this sea son) had the call over the locals, but by two goals only. These boys are a credit to their coach, Milburn, who held the whistle and umpired mdst impartially, giving a good exhibition. Having shown that Lilydale can field a team, and seeing that a meet ing is about to be convened at Woori Yallock to arrange matches between Yarra Valley teams, this should be an opportune time for Lilydale to send representatives, as some kind of or ganised sport is necessary for the boys; moreover, such games will give them a chance to develop the form they will require in the near future. The Game. The first quarter saw the visitors -with the advantage of the wind playing a better type of football than the locals could rise to, as they were having their first game for the sea son, and their very first game' How ever, there w...

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Red Cross Can Use It SO HUNT OUT OLD GOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

Red Cross Can Use It SO HUNT OUT OLD GOODS. Do you ever have a real turn-out of those miscellaneous drawers, cup boards, or the old tool shed where, in the apparent belief that there is a place .for everything, everyone most promptly tosses everything in and conveniently forgets about it? We aren't suggesting- that you should, of course, but if you do (and there comes a time in the affairs of all families when this job just cries out to be done) and you come across the most amazing assortment of odds and ends and can't quite decide what possible use they could be put to, ,here's a suggestion: Many, of these are the thanks the Red Cross can find a good use for-a much better use than anyone else could. So, what about pinning up this list, and when you do find something you don't want -well, just check it up on the list. *Maybe this sounds like an inventory for a junk shop, but 'you' would' be surprised to find what value these ar ticles have for the Red Cross. Foir instance: Gramaphon...

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A Mother's Praye [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

A Mother's Prays In these momentous days the lowing prayer, recently brda from station 3LO, Melbourne, is appropriate: As Thou didst walk the lane Gallilee, So, loving Saviour, walk with hin me; For, since the years have passed he is grown, I cannot follow: he must walk Be Thou my feet, that I have hi stay, For Thou canst comrade him on way. Be Thou my voice when sinful t allure, Pleading with him to choose that endure. Be Thou my hand, that would his in mine, And all things else that mothers resign. When he was little I could walk guide, But now,.I pray, that Thou be a side; And, as the blessed Mother fi Thee, So, loving Saviour, fold my so me.

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An Invitation To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

An Invitation To the Editor.. Sir,-Regarding.i the letter headed "Question of Qualification," appearing in the "Guardian" dated June 10, 1944, and signed by the writer under the nom de plume "I. M. Vigilant," whom we are given to understand is a high ly esteemod gentleman of fine scholar ship, who has resided in Healesville for many years, I would like to extend to this gentleman an invitation to de bate with me on fhe public platform the "question of qualification" for my use of the term ZoOlogy as it appeared in my letter to the "Guardian" of May 29, 194.1. I also invite this gentleman to debate with me: at a later date as to the acculracy bf his remarkable statement in the' letter "Question of Qualification" 'that)"theology is based on the theorem that man began with Adam and Eve _in the Garden of Eden."-Yours, etc., . i N. T. BASON. Healesvillb, 14/G6/44.

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JAPAN'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

JAPAN'S DREAM. With the Allied occupation of Hol landia the Japanese have been utterly defeated in New Guinea, and the ex perts agree that when Rabaul and Kavieng have been mopped up the country will have been cleared of the enemy. Two significant statements have been made recently by Japanese spokesmen which show clearly how the tide of war has turned. One said in February that "we must win by sinking a cruiser with a destroyer and a carrier with one aircraft." The other lamented in these words, "Even if we win every battle through the years. if we lose the war in the final five minutes nothing comes of all our victories." These remarks are in very sharp contrast with Japanese boasts as her troops'swept victoriously on ward, almost to the shores of Aus tralia. The great change in the for tunes of war has been made possible by the ceaseless exertion and loyal co operation of the Allies, which have upset all the hopes and calculations of both Hitler and Japan. Yet, in neither of the ...

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Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

Victory Club Monthly euchref and dance organ ised by the Healesvllle Victory Club to aid the local Fed Cross was held in the Memorial Fall. Euchre prizes were won by Mrs. T. Jenson and Mrs. McMillen (the latter playing as a gent.), and 'booby conso lations by Mrs. Olney and Mr. J. Pres ton. The Monte Carlo award fell to Mr. and Mrs. J. Donovan. and a raffle for a box of chocolates was won by Mrs. K. Kitely (ticket A27). Euchre tourneys: were conducted by Mr. A. E. Kestle, assisted by Mr. M. Olney, Mr. I. W.:-Gardiner was M.C., Mr. D. Love doorman, and Mr. R. Cochran in the ticket box. Donations were gratefully received :Eom Mr. G. Stainton, £1: "Kalymna Park" guests, £2: L.A.C. R. Fry, £1; Mr. C. Desborough, 4/-; Mr. M. Hodges. 4/-; Continental Laundry, 4/8; WV.M., 2/-. The Victory Club thanks all friends for donations of materials for sand wiches and milk for coffee. As a result of the entertaiment the local branch of thq Red Cross had its funds augmented to the extent. of 120/6/-....

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A Bouquet To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

A Bouquet To the Editor. Sir,-What a writer "I. M. Vigilant" is proving himself to be! His last letter was a masterpiece-a fine piece of writing indeed. Evidently he has a full grasp of the subject he wrote on, and has much other knowledge as well that comes from a matured and well stored mind. It is apparent that he can write on most subjects with ease, and that his views are straight to the point and without fear or fa vor. I have heard numbers of people who read his last letter give it high praise, one being a well known Mel hourne authority on such subjects. The letter by "Wings" was an excel lent presentation of facts also, and it was good to see Mr. Eadie given the recognition he deserves. Many people would like to know who "I. M. Vigil ant" really is--not out of idle curios ity but to compliment him on the good reading he is giving Healesville. -Yours, etc., "FERNSHAW ROAD." Healesville, 15/;/4 4. mm?

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