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[?]esville State School [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

S ,Ie State Scheol lar, drawn to the advertise ntil .re in this issue regarding btirn for a lady teacher. .aent's policy in this mat withdraw the teacher if ot available. This means of the classes may be closed. of the metropolitan dailies it was stated that a list of which hoard was not avail tchers was being prepared, S tachers would not apply for in those towns. It is to be S tlealesville is not on the o ent to country schools have ,any problems, not the least Ps accomodation, and, while " be lucky, it is not unusual to have to stand on the door pri'ate householder's and beg in as boarders. complain that hotels and guest find it more payable to take rather than permanent board LonelY Existence. young girls are miserably One wrote recently: "I've tleen early a year and cannot bear it onger, as there is no congenial I live in a house with two aen. They go to bed early, and hear is the wind in the trees ssums scampering over the hers recently asked the council ab Victorian Teachers'...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

OI TH REF ND WHY YOU ON THE IEFEEENDUM ON AUGUST 19 . VAGUE PROPOSALS - Most of the •. powers sought by the Commonwealth are of a vague or general nature. The people should be presented with clear-cut proposals, the effects of which they can easily recognise. 7M FOURTEEN QUESTIONS - ONE /. ANSWER - The voter, -who may agree to ,, some but not all of the proposals, is disen franchised. The people are entitled to ex press a separate opinion on EACH of the questions submitted. 3 POWERS WOULD BE PERMANENT - J. Although it is proposed to transfer the power for five years only, the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Forde) has made it clear that the Com monwealth hopes to make these powers per manent at the end of five years. This being the Commonwealth's policy it is unlikely that the States will be helped to resume their powers at the end of five years. Consequently, the elector will be deciding for or against a PERMANENT transfer of powers. STATES SAFEGUARD FREEDOM-Tle State Governments are yo...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Youth and Sport [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

Youth and Sport An interesting article, "Country '?outh Cries Out for Sport: No Games in Five Years Leads to Delinquency," appeared in the "Sporting Globe" re dently. The writer of the article pro duced figures to prove that youth: crime had shown a big increase dur ing the war years, owing to the ab sence of organised sport, and quoted Mr. L. R. Ripper, chairman of the Children's Court, as saying: "The or ganising of clubs and sporting coal petitions goes a long way towards breaking down juvenile crime tenden cies. ... . I (Mr. Ripper) have always felt that it is the responsibility of mu nicipal councils to set a lead and help in the cstablishment of youths' clubs and organisations. This applies par ticularly in the country, where sport ing clubs for football, cricket or ten nis should be set up, or othser clubs of the mutual benefit kind." T.ie ",ilobe" ,'.cter added: ",:or live yea:'. there ; ';ecn : ., :,rt ::s the cou' Yv-no outlet for bottled up energy. Tee re ;ult has been di...

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

MIICtCIELL MIILKEfR Relieve you of all the drudgery of milking. Fitted with the most modern devices for ensuring clean milk. Dandenong. Clean Milk Competition. The "Mitchell" Milker owned by Mr. ,A Superior. A. J. Hamilton, of Dandenong, was Sawarded the highest number of points Milker of any milking plant in Section A. (over 25 cows) in the Clean Milk Com In every sense petition held by the Dandenong Agri cultural Society. DESIGNED FOR EASY, RAPID, EFFICIENT THREE TYPES OF PLANTS-Single Pulsator, One-Pulsator per Unit, Bucket Type 'DISTRICT AGENT. 'Phone 45 ALLAN BROWN, CROYDON MARKET MacNamara's Garage LOCAL AGENTS FOR Chevrolet Trucks and Nasco Gas Units We are Agents for the reliable CHEVROLET TRUCKS. If you are an essential user, SEE US IMMEDIATELY. LET CHEVRO LET CARRY YOUR LOAD MORE ECONOMICALLY! MOTOR CAR AND CYCLE ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE NO ONE LADY'S MODEL REPCO This o CLE, £13/13/-. ONE GENT'S MODEL REPCO CLE, £12/7/6. Specials Immediate delivery to, Esseni -• .. Users. Ear...

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

u BUSINES NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or Pg roperties in Healesville and ending Districts should consult . J. DAWBORN a Real Estate and Business o Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths CIIOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 that ave ??ne 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., Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS SOLICITORS and QOMMISSIONEBS FOR AFFIDAVITS lec., S.A., and Tas. 195 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pmrce and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY a eleph.s es:I MEMORIAL HALL , TALKIES To-Night, Saturday George Formby' in "GIT CRACKING" (G) "GIT CRACKING" (G) . , "GIT CRACKING" (G) Frank Albertson in...

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Advice For Farmers POST-WAR PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

Advice For Farmers POST-WAR PLAN. One of the post-war aids to agricul ture visualised by the Victorian Min ister of Agriculture, Mr. Martin, is the establishment in each of the prin cipal agricultural districts of an agri cultural centre. At these centres will be located not only -local orchard supervisors, dairy supervisors, stock inspectors, district veterinary officers and experts in pasture cultivation, but also aistrict extension officers, whose particular job it will be to promote the development of agriculture in their districts and to place farmers in touch with all facilities available in the De partment of Agriculture. Only highly trained men with considerable prac tical experience would be selected for these posts. During the week Mr. Martin said that some years ago the department had located a special district officer at Kerang, and although during the last three years he had been devoting his time largely to' war work, he' had succeeded in demonstrating the bene fits of...

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Soldiers' League To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

Soldiers' League To the Editor. Sir,-Ten members attended the monthly meeting of the Healesville R.S.S.I.L.A. The branch has very. much pleasure in nominating Com rade Fred Daniels as junior vice-presi dent. It is very good to see the young returned men taking an interest in league matters, and we all wish him the very best. Our president has been elected as delegate to the annual con ference, and we have every confidence that he will do a very good job as our..representative, the same as he- is doing as president. We now have 72 financial members.-Yours, etc., F. HARRIS, Assistant Secretary. Healesville, 20/6/44.

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

J. FAIRBANK 'd NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DpEL VRS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST r OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVEyTHBING FRESH DAILY T .. .... .. . . ......................** * * *.............. r U ,,::::::!::.!!. !i BARTOLD'S S..... MILK OF MAGNESIA i That is, what Mother gives Me and wise mother toe, 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 S imates biliousnqss, etc. BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Office. HEALESVILLE . Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). SS McDONALD, Managereas Public Notice ALEX bRISTIE SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEA' AT TIE LOWEST PRICES! 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 1 .....3................ ........ ..... ..."N ... . ... N.3NI__ N - ' _ - ...

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

PA sHopp/N O? FRID Y Don't play into the hands of the SQUANDER BUG! Just when you're feeling flush -that's when the shadow of the Squander Bug creeps closer, tempting you to spend your hard-earned money on things you don't really need. Give him the slip by putting all you can into War Savings every week. Buy 6d. Wl'ar .Sravings Sltamps, War Savings Ccrtificates, OR 5/- Natiornal Savings Stamps. SAVE FOR VICTORY! 16 AL-9-32 Kestle & Newton What About Your Renovations ? SWe have a large supply of TIMB ER on hand, including T. and G. FLOORING IN TWO SIZES PLEASE NOTE.-No extra charge for delivery SCOW RUGS STILL AVAILABLE East End Timber Yard Fernshaw Road, HealesviMe (St. Leonard's Read Junction) 'Phone Healeaville 12 ... ...... . . Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J, AUGER FEENSMAW ROAD--EAST ENP SHOPPIPINQ CNTMW MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed .... .............

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. June 11 and 15. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

Market Report MIIELBOURNE PIG MARIUET. June 11 and 15.' Soaring. into. the higher realms of the previous week, baconors handled expertly 'by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and.,.Co.. again topped the market at a figure equalling the Brooklyn re cord, while very heavy ones from Jorin Wilson exceeded the £8 mark. A "supersnaggetty" runs, as the auc tioneer styles it. This is what-he has to.say about the general round-up: . Stores.-A steady enquiry for all big descriptions at late rates; slips and suckers fairly quiet,. 8/- to 16/-, 17/. to 35/-. :Porkers.-A .keen demand. for.; all heavy weights at last week's rates, 65/- to 95/6, light from 414/6 to 64/6. Backfatters.-A .steady enquiry, for. all descriptions.' 'We sold drafts P. O'Donaghue £9/1i/- to £11/9/-,. W,. Johnston £9/1/-, C. 'Gardiner £8/.9/ and £7/9/-, etc. Baconers.---High" values continued. We 'secured £7/15?6 for five 'Clyrie'. Mawhinney, top of market;, eight very heavy John Wilson at £8/9/-, .nine 'at'. £7/19/- and nine at :£7/1...

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Matter of Fact To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

Matter of Fact To the Elitor. Sir,-As far as your correspondent, the Rev. N. T. Bason, is concerned, there is no logical reason why I should trouble to reply to such a lamentably weak and inconsequential letter as that written by him last week, and my only reason for asking you to print these lines is to keep witlh the m:ead ers of your paper who have made kindly reference to me, and who no doubt will expect to see what I have to say. Of course it is perfectly obvious to all that the reverend gentleman has very clumsily drawn a herring across the trail by attempting to 'induce me to debate something with him publicly that has already been proved by known facts; for those were positive facts I wrote regarding the founding of the sanctuary and the splendid spade work (literlally as well as figu ratively) done by Mr. Robert Eadle, M.B.E., the sanctuary's first and only honorary curator anrid the man who showed the world-and everybody in it--how platypus could be success fully kept in c...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

Croydon Market Prices for fats and milkers 'were agath high on Monday, when all class es were in keen request. Milking cows £16/5/- to £18, heif ers £16/101- to £19/10/-, stale £12; springing cows £14/15/-, heifers £12; backward cows £10; yearling heifers £4/2/6 to £6/5/; store, steers £7/17/6, cows £6 to £7/7/6, heifers £6/10/-.; fat bullocks £14 to £19/15/-, cows £13 10/- to £16, heifers £15/5/-; beefy cows' £11/S/-; choppers £6/10/- to £9 12'/6; crackers £5/12/6; small dairy bulls £8/12/6. Calves.-Large vealers £7/2/6 to £9/12/6,, small £4 to £5/13/6; calves ,45/- to 73/6, small 21/- to 40/-, light weights to 18/6. . Pigs.-Heavy porkers 97/6 to 109/, medium 86/6 to 94/6, light 57/6 to 78/-; light baconers 128/-; lboars:53/-; chopping sows 85/-; sow and 'litter £7/5/-; bacon stores 52/- to 74/-' slips 27/0 to 34/6; suckers 11/- to 25/-; sows £ . Sh~eep.-Four-tooth wethers to' 38/-; two-tooth ewes to 37/6;-full mouth 27/9 to 31/3; lambs-woolly 37/6 to 41/3, shorn 28/3 to 33/10,.pla...

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Obituary MR. J. J. CHANDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

Obituary MR. J..J. CHANDLER.   We regret to record the death of John Joseph (Jack Chandler, aged High street, Healesville, a well and highly respected resident district for many years. Chandler, who had been suffer ill health for some time. entered incent's Hospital, Melbourne, on esday of last week, and passed on Saturday. was the eldest son of Mrs. T. dier and the late Mr. Tom Chand and brother of Cass (Mrs. Hines), Gladys (Mrs. W. O'Connell) and Id (Mayfair Cafe, Healesville). s survived by his widow and son, hono, with other members of the red, deep sympathy is extended. . Chandler was interested in all thes of sporting activities, and been associated with most public iutions in Healesville. He had Sin the butchery trade, and for y years was employed in Wallder's ther shop, Healesville. e funeral left St. Brigid's Roman olic Church on Monday afternoon the Healesville cemetery, the ser being conducted by the Rev. er J. Murphy. There was a a and representative assembl...

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Sanctuary Name To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

Sanctuary Name To the Editor. Sir,--A letter, appeared in your last issue signed "Information, Please." In it a request was made to your corres- pondent, "I. M. Vigilant." I do not know what reply,"I. M. Vigilant" can give, but as the question would appear to be asked in all sincerity, I feel that I can contribute some information which might shed a little light on the matter. At the risk of bringing down upon myself more unsought, unwanted and distressing publicity, I make the following statement: Sir Colin did not- nor did he ever - have anything to do with the sanc- tuary. His work was of an entirely different nature. It can best be ex- plained by quoting the inscription on the brass plate, which was affixed to the entrance gate:- "BUREAU FOR ANATOMICAL RESEARCH." No further explanation should be necessary. Sir Colin's work was to explore the anatomy of dead Austral- ian animals, whilst the function of a sanctuary is to protect, preserve and keep them alive. In his special work h...

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UNITED ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 June 1944

UNITED ACTION. Reports from the South-west Pacific make heartening reading for everyone, and particularly a recent expression of opinion by Lieutenant-General Eichelberger that Japanese morale is obviously slipping. The general, who is corps commander of the forces in Hollandia, has fought the Japs both there and at Buna, and has had ample opportunity to make comparisons. There is a great deal behind a remark of his that "the enemy seem no longer, anxious to die for their emperor." The scores of prisoners falling into Allied hands are described as obsequious and ingratiating, a cohditiob in mark ed contrast to the former attitude of the conquering hordes of Nippon. As the general succinctly says, the Japs have outlived their first flush of en thusiasm for conquest, and are realis ing that they must face the high prob ability of ultimate defeat. But his sum ming up is tempered by a warning that the end is not yet in sight, and that hard and stubborn fighting lies ahead. However, he a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

TTM E OUT OF *ERE - Tills 8 NO fiLCE SOR Squash the frIJANDER BUG Y~our Stamp Book The treacherous Squander Bug is firmly trapped in a book of savings stamps. There's an end to frivolous spending! Every War Sav ings Stamp you buy is one step further towards the death of the Squander Bug. Buy 6d. WI'.;r Sa ings Stamps, Waur .Saui:rs Crtifica:s. OR 5/- National S?iavin·tgs Statmps. SAVE FOR 'IC'ORY AL.11.32 Ask yourself these 4 Questions about the REFERENDUM HOW DOES IT AFFECT HOW DOES IT AFFECT MY CHILDREN? MY JOB? Our children would be brought up in The referendum proposals mean in S a society in which the individual was - dustrial conscription. We would be de regimented. They will not be allowed prived of our rights to choose our job. to develop their initiative and enter- We would be forced to go wherever prise. They would be compelled to manpower authoritieswould direct us. follow the trade or calling that some Otherwise we would be guilty of a remote manpower official decided fo...

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TERROR BOMBS DON'T TERRORISE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

TERROR BOMOBS DON'T TERRORISE. Hitler's pilotless plane attacks on England, which commenced a fort night ago, has had no effect whatever upon the United Nations? war effoit. said the British Home Secretary last week. Military damage is negligible, and other damage is not comparable with what. could have been done by squadrons of bombing planes. Nor are people in England "fleeing in panic to the north," as one Nazi broadcaster announced the other day. This "secret weapon" came as no +sur prise; England knew it was coming, and was ready to counter it when launched. There is nothing new in the idea of a' flying bomb; such a mis sile was talked about in England soon after'Bleriot flew the English Chan nel, but it was never taken seriously. 'The fact is that by broadcasting a lot of rubbish about the havoc their robots are causing the Nazis hope' to divert attention from what is really happening in Italy and Normandy. and to thus bolster up the dwindling morale of their stupid and docile...

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Church News MR. L. J. ADAM HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

Church News MR. L. J. ADAM HONORED. .Despite inclement weather, ,there was an unusually large congregation in St. ,John's last. Sunday to,.vqlabiate the patronal festival. The day, began with an air of festivity, owing to the fact, that the Sunday school,superin tendent (Mr. L. 'J. Adam) was,present ed with .a large, suitably decorated cake , to ,mark . the,,occasion., of his birthday. ,The cake was kindly,donat ed by Mr. H. Fairbank, on behalf of the Sunday scholars, who were each treated, to a piece. After the evening service the con gregation adjourned to the parish hall to have, a social cup of tea. A deco rated cake, kindly made by the kin dergarten teacher, Mrs. Basil Stanley, was given to the guest of the evening by two of the children, Masters Ron Fairbank and Norman. Bartlett. The vicar explained why. Mr. Adam's birth day was kept up on the occasion of the patronal festival, ,and extended birthday greetings. In the absence of the church wardens (Messrs. A. Dal way and Monds...

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FISH AND FOWL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

FISII AND FOWl,.I During Cr. Dawhorn's holid the seaside some months back tributed several letters to this paper, .in which he urged that cial help be given the sarnctuar other correspondent thought the a good one, and suggested th Dawborn lead the way. Cr. Da took the hint in good part, and rously forwarded us his chequ £2/2/-. This was the beginning of th peal in "The Guardian" which ed in over £50 being raised fo sanctuary. Seeing that Cr. Dawborn start idea, and that this newspaper free use of its columns for wee publicise it, acknowledge don and remit them to the sanctuary agement committee. 'it is surp that no recognition has been nia these voluntary services, either t Dawborn or ourselves. A man and boy were thanke catching worms-yet no thanks given for catching over 0?,.-u, Obtinl ury. The death of Mr. Frederick \Vi Sutton occurred at his residence, olson street, Healesville, last Satu Tne funeral was held in the H ville cemetery on Monday, ar ments being.conducted by Mr. F....

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[?] Eadie's Reputation To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

.Eadie's Reputation To the Editor. Mr,--Some of the correspondence' thas appeared in your journal re fy in relation to the Healesville ctuary seems to me to have beenc 'ecessarily argumentative. Mr. N. Bason's letter of June 3, as I under d it, did not pretend to,.be. yary Smore than a helpfull.little trib to .Mr. David Fleay, and certainly did not merit the lengthy rebukes en its author by two .anonymous :respondents in your issue .of J,une As one whose name has been men red in the disqussion, but who does' tknow any of the disputants, I sug t that the lecture by "I. M. Migil '"on theology in relation to zoology in dubious taste and patently perfluous, since the basis of provo lion was too slight to bother, about.. Further, I suggest that both ,"I.,M. pilant" and your other correspond; , "Wings," did something of an in lice to M?r. Robert Eadie in sound the local timbrel on his behalf. Eadie's reputation, as the man -a kept the platypus in captivity for lengthy period, is too secur...

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