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In The News To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

In The News To the Editor. Sir,-The following paragraph ap peared in the last issue of "Bowls," the official publication of the Victor ian Bowling Association. An article, dard. June 2", was on municipally owned greens. After referring to city greens and the country clubs of Sor rento and MIildura, it went on to say: "The Healesville Council runs the bowling green at Healesville, and fi nancially assists the club using the green, the existence of which is un ,doubtedly an attraction to that tour ist rcsg?tj,~-Yours, etc., D. L. BARTHOLOMEW, Secretary Bowling Club.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

BIISIN f?" NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or. g roperties in Hoalesville and ,ding Districts should consult , J. DAWBORN r Real Estate and-Business Agent Property Salesman n Kinds of Insurance Effected a Registrar for Births F and Deaths C C11OLSON ST., I0EALESVILLE t 'Phone Heales. 42 c . - - - - I thatt oeo§7 oe The Big Thing about these Shoes is that they look right, feel right, give satis- r faction, and save money- t for they last longer. Every- a 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. SOLWITORIEL Mullett & Langford SOLIOITORS IOuCrroTs and CO.MMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tae. 25 COLLINS ST., M3ELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pierce and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: ealesville 39 " , .% 4380 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Ray. Milland and Paulette Goddard ill "TIHE...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

I InTS L. F. STwOCK mrYt SATURDAY FORTNIGHT t " at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS S NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, JULY Sth 'SATURDAY, JULY 22nd SATURDAY, AUGUST 5th SATURDAY, AUGUST 19th SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd SATURDAY, SEI'TEMBER 16th L City Address: S *-LSLTON BUILDINGS 5,f 2 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: sbrl 2567 Healeaville 151i' MR.'FRANKIH. COOOK U OZON-DENTIST 2 51 aLAOLAVA BOAD S AUVLFIELD v.1.eR EAL rVILLBE UVUri :1HUR8DAY - : '. p.m. till 45t4 L Oz Special AppeNiataet AT 'ARTOLD'S PHARMACY S Tel. HeaJlesville 10 W!N YOU 'WANT GOODS DELWU3ED EBOMPTLY .TO ANY PA?'OFv TE? I'HrAe VILULE DISTRIOT AURICE 'CHANDLER CL1U AV?INUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 1!1 SU1 Kids sof-.Carjyl4g Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES---WHY WORRY? Write ,E. 'M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILIS .FOR ALL.FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE .AND :EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Speoial, 10/- per Box S' W1ite for1t'lee OaMlogue. Men ' S d '-Women·willffind it-of groat' * Interest. All Correspondence treated Strictly' ?orifident...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

IN MEMORIAM SUTTON-In loving memory of Uncle Fred. A Great Pal. -Inserted by Beatrice. SUTTON--In loving memory of Uncle Fred -Inserted by Fairley. DEATH NOTICE SUTTON. -- Frederick William, on June 24th, at Nicholson street, Healesville, loved brother of Albert, Polly, Maggie, Carrie, Lily, brother- in-law of Nellie, loved uncle of Bert, Stan, Ethel and Hilda. At Rest flealesville *& Yarna Gba GUARDIAN "Non aslbi, .sed eomnibus" Annual -subscription;, 1/-; , pest 'free te ,sar.y addressa MIorwell 'Hodges, 'llter. .TlA, phe) . 11 SATURDAY, JULY .1, 18-114

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

e Ic :I - - _ ---- ·--------- ·~ t, Kestle & Newton y 'What About Your Renovations ? V We have a large supply of TIMBER on hand, including T. and G. d FLOORING IN TWO SIZES SPLEASE NOTE.-No ex:tra charge for delivery COW RUGS STILL AVAILABLE East End Timber 'Yarrd Ferns a Road, Healesyij1e (St. Leonard's' Pead Junction) 'Phone Healeaville."2 "2 ....................................... ...................... jHealesvi1,1le Fi liture Aroade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW .ROAD---EAST .END SHOPPING ,CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used furniture Bought HIGHEST PRICES .GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair. Works ,GET OUR PRICES Beat Werkn}anship and Materials Guaranteed .......................................................................... ..... ................ This Wqek's Seasonable Suggestions: JELLY CRYSTALS, all Flavors no limit). Also in 1 lb. and 14 ' lb. packets. FATHER'S FAVORITE, the King of FRUIT SAUCES. JUNKET TAB3LETS and JUNKET CRYSTALS. CUSTARD POWDER, including Foster Clark's, Unc...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Shire Council JUNE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

Healesville Shire Counci1ai a JUNE MEETING. Present: Crs.. Cameron :(president), c, Dawborri, Murton, Cook, Pollard, Kay, Ce Huicham. C t CORRESPONDENCE. I Hon. W'. J. Hutchinson, supporting Y lifting of restrictions to allow woollen. n maziufacturers to- combat menace of. a synthetic fibre.-Received. :- " f Same, approving of sugestion of the Shire of Ballan regarding land settling P of soldiers and reply of Hon. C. 'W.; ' Frost thereto.-Received. a ,remier'-s Department, asking :the ~ council to assist in regional planning regarding economic survey for poste d war uses.-Council' in accord; help to be. afforded. . Railways 'Department', stating that ' council's request for attention' to en trance to Healcsville station was re. coiving consideration.-Received. r Country Roads Board, detailing Federal maintenance for 1944-45: Badger Creek settlement roads, .grant £50; council £25; Castella, £40, council £20; Myer's Creek road, £250, coun cil £.10: Dairy (with Upper Yarra)i v £8?: cou...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET June 21 and 22. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

Market Report . MELBOURNE PIG MARKET Junlo 2 and 22. Wonderful values reigned, at thi Melbourne pig market last week, when: Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. again handled the "tops"'In baconers. '.This is how that enterprising firm relates the doings of last week:- , ` , '~iores.~- Kenr d6tiind fOi-all )ass - es at fullyllate rates, 16/- to 86/-. Porkers.-All classes sold : freely, with heavyweights the best; 46/6 to 99/6. Backfatters.-A ready 'sale for all descriptions. " We had a great. sale, including drafts W. S. Underwood :£10 19/-, E. Affleck £10/16/-, G. Povall' £10/9/-, Rockingham £10/1/-, T; Pul len £10/4/-, S. Wood £9'/14/-, M. Mc Mahon £8/19/-, H:.Armstrong £8/19/-, G. Povall £8/16/ -'. Perrin £4/11/-, C. Price £8/6/-,:t hree J. Warford £8 ;7/.-,'four A. Razos "£8/6/-, etc.." Baconers.-Wibnderful values.,. We had a magnificent run, includirng the. following 'tops'!:,. Six, Miss AA Ross. (Tooradin) at £I/18/6; ten L,'Nash (Launching Place) at £7/16/6:i three V. T. Griffin at ...

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Sanctuary Name To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

Sanctuary Name To the Editor. Sir,--My friend Mr. Robert Eadie, M.B.E., seems to have filled the breach admirably and left little for me to say on the naming of the sanc- tuary, regarding which your corres- pondent, "Information, Please," ad- dressed me. The "Research" was known to most Healesville residents in Sir Colin MacKenzie's time. It seems, though, that the distinguished scientist had a somewhat ambiguous tenure of the small portion of Coran- derrk reserve wherein he prosecuted his anatomical researches, and that, in the way peculiar to most Govern- ment departments, his occupancy was well known officially and yet at the same time was not recognised. As regards the Coranderrk area general- ly, there has appeared to be an amount of vacillation on the part of both the Lands Department and the Aborigines' Protection Board, which indecision has been primarily respon- sible for the failure of the sanctuary management committee and others who have pressed the claim to have the are...

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Pages From the Past FIRST HEALESVILLE RIFLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 July 1944

Pages From the Past -*--- FIRST HEALESVILLE RIFLE   CLUB. By Watkins George. Wars have not been necessary to teach Healesville how to handle a gun and shoot. Half a century ago Heales- ville was distinguishing itself on the rifle range. This was when there was a Rifle Club here, and when the Cor- anderrk aborigines vied with the townspeople in hitting the bull's eye or shooting for a cow as a prize (a fact). The Healesville Rifle Club was formed in the 'eighties, and my dad was one of the keenest members. Recently I turned up an old minute book of the club, showing the follow- ing, in attendance at a general meet- ing held in Daly's Hotel on January 10, 1889:-Messrs. Paddock (chair- mah), Tevlin, George, McNeil, Trezise, Sheehan, W. Taylor, J. Holland, Green and L. G. Dawe (secretary. A letter was received from Mr. Shaw granting the club leave, to have a rifle range at Broad Gully, on the Coranderrk Station, on condition that a written guarantee was given by the club to...

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Racing Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

Racing Club At last committee meeting D:. S. 'I. Phillips presided over a very satis factory gathering. Several letters con tainipg membhership fees cheques and donations were received, with good wishes for success. The treasurer (Cr. R. Pollard) re ported a credit of f£13/2/3. Owing to continued wet weather, work at the course has been delayed, but the committee has all matters per taining to the club well in hand. At the next meeting the date of the first race meeting will be discussed. These donations have been received. Previously acknowledged, £14S/G/-; Mr. V. Batt, £1/1/-; Mr. H. Ashmore, £1/1/-: Mr. E. J. Crawley, £2: Mr. T. G. McGrath, £1/1/-; Mr. J. Hobey, £1 1/-; Messrs. D. and J. Evans, £1/1/-; Mr. R. Michaelis, £1/1/-; Messrs. M. Feiglin and Sons, £1/l/-; Mr. F. G. BHerman, £5/5/-: Mr. J. W. Taylor, £3 3/-; Mr. J. Dalton, £1/1/-; Mr. A. Christman, £1: Mr. R. C. Mottershead, £2/2/-; Mr. G. Hill, £1: total, £171 4/-.

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Purpose Achieved To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

Purpose Achieved To the Editor. Sir,-I was pleased to read the let ter from Mr. A. H. Chisholm, in whicn he made reference to the correspond ence which has been published in pre vious issues. Mr. Chisholm has ren dered a real service in giving such a measure of praise to Mr. Eadie. who has contributed much to our know ledge of Natural History. No matter what has been said to the contrary, his name was being rapidly relegated to the legion of the forgotten. Mr. Chisholm has unmistakably pro claimed what I attempted to do in my letter. The main purpose has been achiev ed, so perhaps a few more will give a thought occasionally to the man who has done such a fine work for Heales ville and fauna protection. I feel very sure that Mr. Eadie will be very pleased to hbe relieved of the embar rassment which such publicity brings in its train. Now, Mr. Editor, I thank you for the space afforded me in bringing to notice a matter which was crying out for ventilation, and which (so far as I am co...

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[?]lesville in the Gay Nineties [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

esville in the Gay Nineties By Watkins George. e were good old days in Heales hen the Rifle Club was in full We had some worthy citizens to. Shooting at the rifle butts a Gully became a, very popu , even the ladies learning to a gun and plugging some good scores. My' mother was t them, and Mrs. Tom Phillips another. In this wise the club Squite a medium of social en as well as -sport. HealesviIle, respect, was an ideal town re shooting. to the old minute book again xtact a few more' anecdotes ts yellowed, time-worn pages. mmittee meeting was held on b 2nd, 1890, attended by e . Trezise (president), Mr. L. e (secretary) and Messrs. Pad Becker, George, Peers and Tay-. 'Oliver was the local printer in It was proposed by Mr. Paddock, and seconded by t Ir. Peers, that the secretary call a general mceting to cpnsider the advisability of the club joining the Victorian Rangers. Mfty dad and Mr. Paddock had a motion passed that the cluo hold a "p onmenade con cert," at which prizes won in a ...

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[?]ho Owns The Platypus? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

o Owns The )T. platypus ? eting To the Editor'. -In uth the columns of your 'ate -rou has been said, and left .aave r t seefhhs n concerning then ae ,ease of the platypus fam o lar and sanctuary mat the r eral. I have followed this A a -ince its inception, and earl as very interested to read occ Chisholm's letter in last is pav :other c, .oespondent, "I. M. the uns-t also have experienced Sothr -;ow of satisfaction upon nid " II. Cthisholm fully co' ion ii..I~I s contention that . ,, :ent platypus fam eales kci: "; the basis estab It '?:c1 ::die." I am sure of ruedt- airy deserving per ' by tpful little tribute," and i f250 with both "Vigilant" and shit hol? that "there is no need t'oe ma?e or imply invidious com 0 between them." d, p isholnm states that previous ho dents "give the impression tne gadie's work has been over ded forgotten." This was exact het ,;ae Since the birth 'of the roha latpus much extravagant he s been accorded the event, If tome sections of the press and eff r...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

Emblazon his shield on high p?nel Wherever a foe may advance. For;irritants of the air clhatuel All"quickly succumb to his lance. Away with you. deadly Bronchitis, Your yoke we no longer endure. The victor in every fight is Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

ESSAY COMPETITION - "Why Your District Should Have~ Road Passenger Service" 1. L If PRIZE for Best Essay featuring "Why Your District Should Have Road Passenger Transport Facilities Direct to and from Melbourne." `. 1'/ - ILn=T 5,:" .t. erves:, ," for the weeik. 3a. One Essay will be published each week in the "Healedville Guar dian," and the best of those !iiblished will be judged to define the winner over a period of three months. -. Those eligible to compete must reside in Healesville Shire and be under the age of 16 years. Any competitor may enter as many times as he or she wishes. 5. The judge will be the Secretary of the Road Passenger Operators' Section of the C.M.U.A., whose decision will he final. 6. Entries to be sent In a scaled envelope, marked "Essay Compe tition," to McKenzie's Marysville Transport Service, Healesville or Marysville. ENTRY FORMS ARE OBTAINABLE AT BOOKING OFFICES OF McKenzie's Marysville Transport Service J NICtIOLSON STREET, HEALESVILLE, and MARYSVILLE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

BUSIN1 ,S? NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or g properties in Healesville and ir0urling Districts should consult ". J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman All Kinds of Insurance Effected IRegcistrar for Births and Deaths NI0HOLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 ooae? n'oe 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. MacDonaid'S SHOE •STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. O0LIJITOBB Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS 10LICITORS and COM[MISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. li COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Plerce and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: , .30 fealeaville 39 4860 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES. { To-Night; Saturday Flanagan and Allan in "WE'LL SMILE AGAIN" (G) "WE'LL SMILE AGAIN" (G...

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Country Train Service WHY RESTORATION HAS NOT BEEN EFFECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

Country Train., Service WiTY RESTORATION :HAS NOT' BEEN EFFECTED. The question is being, asked iwhy suburban train services were restored practically to normal and no improve ment made in country passenger ser vices. The Railways Commissioners state that no question of fairness or unfair ness is involved, as the two services are dependent upon different fuels. Small, black coal and brown coal are used to generate the power required for the suburban electric services, and large black coal for country steam ser vices. Supplies of small coal have slightly improved, and this, together with the power made available, by 'the State Electricity' Commissionl during "off peak" periods at week-ends, has en abled normal suburban services to be iestored on week days' for the time being. The supplies of large coal for steam locomotives, however, are. still' very nieagre, and the stock on hai'd is only stfficient to keep even the present restricted services golhg for about two wee-ks. Small coal i...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. June 28 and 29. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

Market Report NELBOURNE PIG MARKET. June 28 and 29. Though prices weren't quite up to the previous week's standard at the Melbourne pig market, they were quite good, as Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. indicate in their repor't on transactions: Stores.-A keen enquiry for best descriptions at about late values, 16/ to 86/-. Porkers.-Hcavy weights held their own at late values, a quieter note among smaller sorts, 4.l/6 to 91/6. Backfatters. - Lower generally on account of new regulations. We sold drafts L. McLachlan at £9/19/-, A. M. Lewis ,s/I I/-, J. Johnston £9/1/-, H. Watts at £S/14/-, and many £8/12/ to £7/5/-. Baconers.-An easier market, best descriptions being 10/- to 12/- lower; 7We sold some splendid drafts, .includ ing nine Lewis and Louden at £7/3/6, thirteen same owners to £7/0/6, ten 1A. Razos at £7//3/6, thirty W. T. Lewis at £7/o//;, five John Campbell at £7 0/6, fourteen R. K. Wells at £6/19/6, five Clyne Mawhinney at £6/19/6, nine McDonald Bros. at £6/16/6, seven A. King...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

"" "" ......... " ................. ............................... Kestle & Newton What About Your Renovations ? i We have a large supply of TIMEER on hand, including T. and G. FLOORING IN TWO SIZES PLEASE NOTE.-No extra charge for delivery COW RUGS STILL AVAILABLE East End Timber Yard Fernsbaw Road, Healesville (St Leonard's Road Junction) 'Phone Healesville 22 t , jj Healesville Furniture Ar cade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SHOPPINQ CENTRE = MODERN UPHOLSTERER ' Used Furniture Bought IRGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Wo-rks GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed S ............ ..................................................... This Week's Seasonable Suggestions: JELLY CRYSTALS, all Flavors no limit). Also in 1 lb. and 14 lb.' packets. FATHER'S FAVORITE, the King of 'FRUIT SAUCES. JUNKET TABLETS and JUNKET CRYSTALS. . CUSTARD POWDER, including Foster Clark's, Uncle Toby, Par- 0 son's, Dainy Maid CORDIALS-Kia Ora Lemon, Raspberry, Or...

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

Popular Pars -4---- By L. J. Adam. Annual meeting of S't.lJohn's Sun day school was held o 'June 22. The vicar (Rev. S. J. Muxworthy occupied the chair. The Sunday school contin ues to support a, native Christian in the.mission field. The`vicar thanked the teachers for their work and co-op eration during the past year. These officers were elected:--Superintend :ent, Mr. L. J. Adam; secretary-treasu rer, Mrs. B. Atanley. Monthly meeting of the Dads' Asso ciation was held on June 24, with a fair attendance despite unfavorable weather. Delegates were appointed to attend meetings of the newly arranged eastern group of branches, which will be held at Malvern, and possibly at Hawthorn later. Several matters of interest were discussed with a view to their submission at group meetings relative to conference activities. The treasurer (Dad Newton) reported sat isfactory branch finances. Dad A. M. Christie was admitted as a member and presented with his badge. One nomination of a new member wa...

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