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Sanctuary Name To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

Sanctuary Name To the Editor. Sir,-Would "I. AM. Vigilant" k inform me why the sanctuary called "Sir Colin MacKenzie" sa ary instead of the "Robert E sanctuary? I always understood Dr. Colin MacKenzie formed the tuary and studied the animals t in, and that he left several there he returned to Canberra.--Your, "INFORMATION, PLEA Healesville, 13/6/44.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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TALKING IT OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

TALKING IT OVER. Providing it is couched in friendly terms-which, seeing that two gentle men are participating, it should be there is no reason why the discussion regarding the Healesville sanctuary and "Zoolog'y"--to say nothing of the genesis of the * human race-should not prove both interesting and educa tional. We are glad to promote such provocative and mentally stimulating debates. VWe do stipulate, however-- and with which proviso we feel as sured both protagonists will agree that nothing inimical to religious be liefs must be introduced-and .nothing personal or individually hurtful. They discussion-whether in the columns of this newspaper or on the public platform, we care not which-must be confined to scientific .and affiliative argument only-otherwise we will have none of it. We are assured that both parties have nothing against each personally, and that .they agree to disagree as friends wholly con cerned with the issues raised and with no desire to engender personal ani ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Hospital Easter Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

Hospital Easter Sports -4------ The hospital sports committee held their final meeting in connection with the Easter sports, at the residence of the president (Mir. R. R. Cochran). The statement of receipts and ex penditure submitted by the treasurer show a profit .of £200/1 / l1, which was considered most meritorious, the expenses being £35; higher than the previous meeting, due to increased prize money and rain insuiance, and purchase of the platform used by tha Highland dancers. The committee were gratified to re ceive a letter from the Scottish Union Dancing Association stating that it was the unanimous opinion of mem bers that the sports were the best con ducted they had attended, and they wished to congratulate the committee on the splendid manner in which ar rangellents wcle carried out. I1 was decided to hold the next .ports on Boxing Day, when the Underhand Championship of Victoria will Ie included in the program. The championship cup and sash were pro :lised by the preside...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

BUSINIS1 NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or properties in Hoalesville and ding Districts should consult J. . DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman iKinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths CIIOLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 3oo toe that The Big Thing about these Shoes is thai they look right, feel right, give satis faction, and save money for they last longer. Every thing Fashionable in Men's Footwear is hest at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. 8OLICITORB Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS rIICITORS and COM2MISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAV-.'S It S.A., and Tas. 'h5 COLLI S ST., ,IMELBOURNE ATT7:ND AT THEIR IIEALESVILLE OFFICE rltre and BIa:dshaw's Buildings B,;'en tiye hours of 3 p.m. and a p.m. EVERY THURSDAY le elephones: Ibleville 39' MU 4380" MEMORIAL HALL ? TALKIES To-Night, Saturday SATURDAY JUNE 17th Wallace Beery and Fay Bainter in "SALUTE TO TIIlE MARINES" (X):...

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Helpful Press To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

.Helpful Press To the .Editor. Sir,-It is good to see the local paper opening its columns for, as out iriend "I. M. Vigilant" put it last week, the "interchange of ideas." This makes it of more value to the comn munity, for unless both sides of pub lic matters are studied wrong judg ments may be arrived at, as has often been the case. Let, us hear both sides of matters of public interest so as we call silun up the "for" and "against" for ourselves, and .?e thus enabled to make a go&d decision on them. Often opinions are accepted just because they come from certain people, but when we hear an opposite opinion giv en by another person we are then able to see the matter in a different light and to rectify, mistakes. If your paper continues to give Healesville this opportunity, it will be doing good work for the distrilct. I can say that the last few issues have been "out of the box." They have been read from ,beginning to end, with the next issue eagerly awaited. Please continu...

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

Tribute 'To the Editor. Si,--Mentionr in your Healesville Council report of Mrs. Tom Phillips and her generous gift of a piano to the returned soldiers for use in the Memorial Hall-recalls the many char itable' labors of this estimable lady. Mrs. Tom Phillips exerted an undoubt ed cultural influence over the public life of Healesville in her time. (Where is there any cultural influence here to-day?) She was a fine lady with ability and meany artistic inclinations, a splendid organiser and promoter of amateur theatricals, and with a very sincere desire to aid young people, im prove' their mental outlook, and fos ter any latent talent that may be in them. (Where in Healesville to-day is the welfare of young people given any consideration?... Older Hehlesville residents will pleasurably recall the fine amateur theatricals staged by the "Bing Girls" under the efficient direction of Mrs. Tom Phillips. What excellent shows they were-all with local talent-and what an inspiring effect they ...

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[?]las Are On Parade [?]NY TRANSFERRED TO NEW [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

alas Are On Parade STRNSFERED TO NEW She'd . is a likeness of a gen .-ite with the people of Aus jIf oui have not done so' al S iant you to meet him now. 'Te. IKoala, a lovable little Sinist on gum leaves for ' di~'ne and tea. He asks i eter, and desires nothing O tlh. Sillver Screen. ' he crashed his way into p:cture business, along i~ amily and other pals on il-l;n' the usual practice l'ri and Game Depa.rt tje Ciie? Secretary (Mr. Hy deded that the time had ar rived for a trans fer of many of the bears on Quail Is land to the main land, Fox Films asked to be allow ed to be in on the operations, wi t h movie camera and sound track. They got a picture that will delight audien in all parts of the ?tate. It will o ,robably be shown overseas, help to depict the love of Australian pie for the fauna of this country, d the care taken by the Govern:ment see that the little animals Co not at for anything. No Easy Task. The work of capturing ,and trans rting the koalas from one part of State...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

Croydon Market All classes were in keen request on Monday, with prices for fats and milkers again very high. Milking cows £16/5/- to £18, heif Crs £16/I1i/ to £19/In /-, stale £12; springing cows £i4/15/-, heifers £12. backward cows £10; yearling heifers £4/"/6 to £f/5/; store steers £7/17/6, store cows £6 to £7/7/6, store heifers £(/1,'-C fat bullocks £1-1 to £1I/15/-; cows £1:3/1/!- to 16, heifers £1l/5/-; beefy cows £11/7/-; choppers £6/10/ to ii lI/;: crackers £5/12/6; dairy bulls, small, £8/12/6. Calves.-Large vealers £27/2/6 to £ /I1/i;, small £-. to i,'12/6; calves 45/- to 7;l,;, small 21/- to -1lI/-, light weights to IS/6. Iigs. - Heavy porkers !7,/6 to lo ,, ;, mediums 86/i; to 91/6, light 57/i; to 7/,,-; light baconers 128/-; boars 5:/-; chopping sows 8? /-; sow andi litter £7/5/-; bacon stores 52/ to ;,'-; slips 27/; to 34/6; suckers 11/- to 25/-; sows £6. Sheep.-Two-tooth wethers 34/- to 10/-, four-tooth 36/6 to 41/-; two tooth ewes to 39/-, six-tooth 31/- to 38/10, full...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

SAV/NGS STAMPS HAVE GOT ME IN' A ST/CAKY MESS These stamps will keep him in place arnd make sure that your savings go to speed the victory and help on our war effort. Don't spend a penny unless for something that you genuinely need. Use every penny you can save to keep up your war savings. Bry 6d. War Savinps Stamps, IPar ",'iigs Certificates, OR 5/- National Savings Stamps. KEEp UP YOUR WAR SAVINGS! A L2-32 -.K If your. Priority Number is in, accord with the recent Government regulations Box Hill Tyre Service Pty. Ltd. Can RE-CAP, RE-TREAD, and REPAIR YOUR TYRES -also. Supply all Sizes New Tyres . and Tubes as available Enquiries welcomed at 1013 WIVITEHIORSE RD., BOX HILL 'Phone WX 2395 om~rgnri EIBE R, 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 Poiular Lining Board is stocked by us. We can quote for 'lar . or small quantities. East End Timber Yard Fernshaw Road, Healesv...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

BEREAVEMENT THANKS Mrs. Hamlyn, Mrs. V. Blackmore and Mrs. N. Blackmore desire to express their heartfelt thanks to all relatives, friends and neighbors for kindness, sympathy, letters and floral tributes in the loss of a dear husband and father; especially thanking Rev. and Mrs. Bason, Dr. Phillips, the Hos- pital sisters, and Mr. F. Heritage. Will all accept this as the only in- timation, as correspondence is too numerous to reply to personally. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "*Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post freo to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1944

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET June 7 and 8. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

Market Report 11MLBOURNE PIG MAIRKET June 7 and 8. At last week's Melbourne pig mar ket Messi's. T. Shaw Logan and Co. established a Brooklyn 'record when they topped the market with five baconers for T. Gaw. Values were maintained all round, excepting. for calves. This is how T. Shaw sums up transactions: Stores.-A moderate supply, values well maintained, 10/- to 76/-. Porkers. - Heavy porkers selling well, and long, light pigs selling free ly, 65/- to 97/6. Backfatters.-Last- week's slightly improved values were ruling. We sold some splendid drafts, including W. H. Sherwill £10/19/-, C. Pulford £10/16/, A. Wells £9/11/-, A. J. Bateson £9/4/-, G. M. Lockhart £9/1/-, and many others. Baconers.-A brisk market for all descriptiopq. We TOPPED the mar ket, a Brooklyn record-five T. Gaw to Hearne's Ltd., at £7/15/6; thirty seven Sprlggs and Firth £7/14/6; W. Culleh £7/13/6, five B. I. Stewart at £7/10/6, five S. Ford at £7/9/6,jfivc A. Ford at £7/8/6, five 'F. Allen at £7/7/6, eighteen V...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

NICHIOLSON STREET I* 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY AN:'Y WHERE IN THE DISTRICT G" r' WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FBESH DAILY .....- l.............-.-- --. ................................... *............ .. ................... ....... . .o.....**......... ...*.- ....."""""'""""""" Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stook is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES •! 'BARTOLD' S ......:: ......: ..: ..:::::: ::::::::::: B A R T O LD 'S ::::::::: .... .::: ....::::::::: ::. MILK OF MAGNESIA. That is what \Mother gives Me and wise mother too, because Milk of _ Magnesia is ideal for helping to keep children healthy. It assists nature to - keep little stomachs free from dangerous - acids, and so aids digestion and elim. Snates biliousness, etc. :- Ray a i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK i SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE i 'VERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the , AROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: JUNE 24th City Address: II rALSTON BUILDINGS [ 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HUALESVILLE EVERY 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 DELIWERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE I[EALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 . ?I Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely ,AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poult n 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., Ml:,S;. Cent. 2197 Lfl Ont of Sorts Eveln those folks viho aý {usdy enjoy ...

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The River Yarra HISTORICAL SURVEY OF ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 June 1944

The River Yarra -IIHTORICAL SURVEY OF ROUTE. By E.D.G. in "The Age." The geologist is a detective. He seeks clues; he reconstructs events long since past. As he crosses the countryside his practised eye picks out the tell-tale evidence which others might miss, just as a skilled detective will read the actions of people from littfi clues the unt'::i:cd would never notice. Of course, there are obvious struc tures which no one can miss, but the successful interpretation of the past history of the earth depends in the end on the recognition and evaluation of many curious clues. A fossil in a rock, a water worn pebble in a ploughed field, the line of junction between two layers of rock exposed in a creek bed, a slight depression in a paddock, a line of ant hills, or a patch of thistles (different plants favor dif ferent soils)-these often are the clues which the knowledgeable may use to reconstruct the history of ages past. It was the discovery of a deposit of pebbles on a hilltop near L...

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Football SCRATCH MATCHES ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

Football SCRATCH MATCHES ARRANGED. To consider the possibility of ar ranging a series of football matches in the Yarra Valley district, a meet ing was held at Woori Yallock last Sunday, at which delegates were pres ent from Lilydale, Silvan. Wandin, Seville and Woorl Yallock. All the delegates showed keenness. It was felt that if the game could' be revived It would be the means of pro viding healthy recreation for a num ber of young people, in addition to 1fostering the game so that, immedi ately after the warf the competition may he resumed. A committee was formed, of which Mr. J. Mooney is chairman and Mr. W. Valentine hon. secretary, and as a result of the meeting a scratch game was arranged for to-morrow at Se ville, between two sides selected from Wandin, Seville and Woori Yallock. From this match a side will be chos en to oppose Lilydale on the following Saturday, and hopes are entertained that a match may be arranged later at Yarra Junction or Warburtori. ,If the scheme is su...

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A Grave Mistake To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

A Grave Mistake To the Editor. Sir,-I often read in your columns such lines as these: "I desire to thank lie doctor, nurses, undertaker, etc., for kind Attention," and so on; but no mention is ever made of the humble grave digger, whose job is undoubt edly the hardest and toughest of them ll, especially at this time of the year, Chen he is in constant danger of be lng buried himself while doing the job. But he silently and diligently Corks. not letting anyone down but the dead. He is expected to go out in aI Weather, Sunday or Monday, well or ill, as it is claimed to be a national eegency, and undoubtedly it is. Whly, I say, should one man be aled upon to bear the brunt of such task? Can you blame men in such s going out on strike? No! I.say, 0d, good luck to them all.-Yours, S"A DIGGER'S FRIEND." Healesville, 20/6/44.

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Appreciation To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

Appreciation -4--- To the Editor. Sir,--I am writing on behalf of the trustees of the Frances Luscombe Ap peal to thank the Healesville Victory Club for their fine donation to our fund. I have recently learned that this club, headed by IMr. and Mrs. Roy McLeish, is doing a magnificent job raising funds for patriotic purposes, and we appreciate very much their action in devoting the proceeds of one of their functions to our appeal. Subscribers to our appeal will be in terested to know that we now have over £4000 in hand. Although the ap peal was closed at the end of last month money is still coming in, main ly from functions held in this district. The money is being invested in Vic tory Bonds. which will assure Frances of an income that will be ample for her needs. It will he held in trust until she reaches the age of 21, and the following clause in the trust deed will, we think, meet with the appro val of all subscribers:-"In the event of the said Frances Luscombe dying before she a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

il. H. STOCK V HITS 1 EEALESVILLE IVY Y SATURDAY FORTNIGHT LL at the M MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: JUNE 24th City Address: i A.LSTON BUILDINGS q; a aLIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Vutral 1507 - Healeasville 151 taW FRANK H. COOK RmOSON-DENTIST len a ACLALVA ROAD oM LFIELD Lt 2 p.m. till 5.36 Si a at Spdpila A~3p ittAeat , Aský.Hoih.i MhliOb± A1f . H&ATO eavi' 12 WINEUB NOTICOB 'W1X YOU WART (ýObDS D Z OF TiU IE TALESVILEAS DISTRICT MlAURl CHANDiER CLIVW AVENUE, HEALESYILLE 'Phone 121 'Il XUIs of Carrying Effected Safely A& AT LOWiST RATES LADi:S-WHY WORRY? Writi E. M. Pouithn SPECIAOL BONJEAN FEMALE 'ILLS FOR ALL FEMALE '-CEAKNESSES SAFE AND E'FECTIVE iYice, 5/- Box )etra Special, 10/- per Box :Wite for Free.Catalogue. Men • MUi Women will find it of great Interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential lih BOURSE ST., MELU. Cent. 2197 i Out of Sorts iEve those folks who usually enjoy good health Sdo not always feel right up to the mark. Maybe.it's Biliousme...

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Service Bus Proprietor Fined USED KEROSENE IN VEHICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

Servce Bus Proprietor Fined USED KEROSENE IN VEHICLE. In these days of petrol restriction motorists resort to all sorts of means to conserve their supplies. While in some respect this is highly commend able, it is frowned upon by the law if other prohibited fuels are availed of to gain extra mileage, unless per mission to do so is obtained from the transport authorities. The first case of the kind at Lily dale was dealt with at the local police court on Friday last, when Norman Golding and George Edward Adams, proprietor and driver respectively of the Powelltown-Lilydale passenger ser vice, were charged w.th an in.ringe ment of the "egula:ions in this respect. It was alleged by the traffic police man who intercepted the bus at Lily dale on March 12 that, when he asked the driver (A-Lams) if he was running on kerosene, de:endant repiied in the affirmative. The bus was driven by an internal combustion engine, and fitted for use with power herosene. While he was questioning the driver,...

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Lilydale School Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

L!yhdl S'iv17 NMtes "The function of our educational system is to train men and women for democracy. The school should be a community centre, constructed on suitable sites and equipped for that purpose. The Commonwealth Govern ment should control education and make adequate annual appropriations, control to be exercised through the various State Governments."-From a booklet prepared by a joint com mittee of parents, citizens and teach ers of New South Wales. No word has yet been received by the shire council as to the result of the inspection of vi tous sites by offi cers of the T':!uctinl department and shire councililrs. ,, rh'aps by the t'me of the next issue Nome intimation may be to hand. The vet i ae.o: is playing havoc ith the school ground. The only de cent solution would be an asphalted area, on which th children cou i pl:ay in comparative c!nnl ness and com fort. Requests up to date have been refused, the latest pointing out the shortage of materiel and man power. Every sc...

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