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SAVE OUR TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

SAVE OUR TREES. Outside of the enforced denudation of our district forests by the timber industry, too many trees about our roads and by-ways are suffering demo lition. Trees make for beauty; they Ere priceless possessions and the nat ural heritage of a district such as ours. To remove them-unless' for some very good reason-is to rob ourselves of the greatest attraction a tourist re sort such as this can have. Vacationists come here to enjoy the bush, and to feast their eyes on the trees that add so much to the rural beauty of our landscapes. Therefore, Healesville is duty hound to be tree.. conscious. It should strongly oppose the removal of trees unless such re moval is imperative. Instead of thoughtlessly acquiescing in tree removals. Healesville should be keen to encourage the planting of more and more trees. This would be of greater benefit to .the district-and to posterity-than many other loudly acclaimed good ser vices.-M.H. SundlLy Mlorning Trains Again. MacNamara's Motors a...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

Croydon Market Good competition for cattle, value slightly reduced. -Milking cows £11/15/- to £18/10 heifers £14/15/- to £17/10/-, stat £12; springing cows £14/5/-, heifer £1:1/5/-; backward cows £11/13/.' yearling heifers £4 to £5/5/.; storl cows £i to £6/15/-, heifers 85/10/, to £;: fat bullocks £17/10/-, cows ilk 10/- to £1;/17/6, heifers £12 to fl! 17/6; beefy cows £11; choppers £C; £!/2/;; crackers to £5/12/1; smalI dairy bulls £7/10/-. Calves.-Large vealers £7/2/6 ti £9/12/6, small £'4 to £5/13/i;; calve 45/- to 73/6, small 21/- to 40/-, ligh weights to 18/6. Pigs.-Heavy porkers SS/- to 97/8 medium 78/- to S3/-, light 57/l t 7:;/'; baconers 127/- to 1110/-; boar 47/8: chopping sows 87/6; baco stores 5(/- to 72/6; slips 28/6 to 31/ suckers 17/6 to 26/6. Slips.-Four-tooth wethers to 37/ two-tooth ewes 35/-, full mouth 27/ to 30/9; lambs-woolly 37/9 to 40/ shorn 27/3 to 32/11, plain 23/9 t 24/(6; stores-lambs 18/11, cracker 5/- to 8/-. Poultry.-Cockerels 15/6 to 20/ cock chickens...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healeeville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE t IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE 3OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING F IESU DAILY ??EEEEEEEEEEEEEEgEEEEgEgllEEUuaag .................................. ....................::::::::::::.:.. BARTOLD'S ..MILK' OF MAGNESIA I ana!il.mmmmammmaNmmmaman a That is what Mother gives Me and wise mother too, boesmes Milk of Magnesia is ideal for helping to keep - children healthy. It assists nature to keep little stomachs free from dangerous acids, and so sids digestion and elim / ainstes biliouasnoss re. Saq a hre nertle fser BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Office. HEALESVIL.LE Phone 120 (Alter Hours. Phone 2). MRS. HENRY, Manageress . ". ..I. ........... i........N t * I g0I**o Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STI L SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAW AT THE LOWEST , PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE SAll Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most up-to-date In Victor...

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Healesville Shire Council ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

Healesville Shire Council ENGINEER S REPORT At the last council meeting Scott reported: g Main Road M.aintenance. I recommended that inm.ediate r should be effected on the pae of Healesvile-vl;ands- pavein where it had been crossed by services in connection with the water supply improvements. t porary repair was effected a the year, but subsidence has rl since, and breaks in the pae should be brought flush with the eral surface level. The oethe making these repairs has been d ed previously. Prompt action quired.-(To receive attention.. Patrol Maintenance, Hea Woori Yallock Main Road. le commended that the policy of taining this road be reviewed by council. At present some n 2b annum is being paid to the shi the C.R.B. for wages of a patrol and use of a horse and dray. o to the length of Dairy road, p maintenance by one man, with horse and cart, is a slow and Itn ent method. It is recommended the patrol man (Mr. Martin) be •nto the shire gang, and the r a whole be maintained by the g...

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

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO EVERY FARMER IN THE LILYDALE AND YARRA VALLEY DISTRICTS OPENING OF Service Station. at { LILYDALE FOR USERS OF INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS, McCORMICK DEERING 'RACTORS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS Th:e International Harvester Company of Australia Ltd. has decied:l to re lease expert Service Men to serve its Lilydale District Agent, to open a Service Station, now in operation 'at K. E. McCracken's, Main street, L!ydale, for the purpose of starting and., Demonstrating McCormick-Deer ing. Tractors, Assembling and Fitting : the latest McCormick-Deering Farm Implements, Installation of Inter tational Milking Plants, Servicing anl Repairi?ng International Trucks, Mc Cormick-Deering Tractors, and ,all typos of ,:McCormick-Deering Farm I:mpl-: t; Implements. : The Service. Station will be fitted out with Modern Equipment to carry out this important work. SPARE PARTS STOCKED ON THE PREMISES. The Service Station is for the Farmer ONLY, .andwe foeel that by. bringing ,the Servicing of...

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Beating The Drum To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

.Beating The Drum To the Editor. Sir,-This week I celebrate a signal and decisive victory. The astonishing capitulation to my campaign in the interests of fairness to Mr. Robert Eadie, M.B.E., is indeed something to make the Healesville tom-toms rever berate. I understand that this is not the first occasion on which reinforce ments from outside have been com mandeered to rout criticism from Healesville, the only difference being that in this instance the matter is be ing impartially ventilated through the unbiassed columns of our local press, wherein contestants and the public are assured of both sides of the story being told. Strange, though, that in this fierce engagement the opposition should wilt and fall into such a Sphinx-lil-: si lence; so much so that an outside spokesman has to take Lup the cudgR. for them. As fur as I am concerned, I will say this: I am able to stand up for myself. I am able to write my own letters. I know that Mr. Eadio seeks no outside help in his letter...

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

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK ir' SURGEON-DENTIST VIulgr REALESVILLE ZEVgBY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, JULY Sth SATURDAY, JULY 22nd SATURDAY, AUGUST 5th SATURDAY, AUGUST 19th I SATURDAY, SEPTIMIEIIER 2nd SATUIRDAY, SI1'TEMIIEIR Iath L. City Address: - ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 Ilealesville 151 MiR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD ,VSrITS HEALEOVILLE EVERY THURSDAY eL 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 129 - , -- ' BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELVEIRED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE IHEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, IHEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 Sll 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 ...

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Some Memories To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

Some Memories To the Editor. It was quite interesting to read of the rifle range at Broad Gully. These dips into past history are always of interest. The aborigines at Coranderrk station were very intrigued at the idea of having the rifle range situated on part of their land, and looked forward to competing with their white friends. In those days the boundary of Cor- anderrk on that side was the first part of Airlie road; then the road running from Airlie road up the hill, behind Mumford's poultry farm, over Atkin- son's Hill and down to the cemetery. The rifle range was about where Rose- dell dairy now stands. The aborigin- es were very good shots-nearly every man on the station owned a gun. Among the names mentioned was Jack Friday. Some of the old resi- dents may remember him. He was a stout, jolly type of man, his jet black face usually wreathed in smiles. He was a born comedian, and was always a star performer at socials on the sta- tion. He once sang at a concert in Healesvill...

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Healesville Hop Pickers To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 July 1944

Healesville Hop Pickers To the Editor. Sir,-I was interested in Watkins George's article on the early history of the Healesville Rifle Club. I re- member attending a shoot at Broad Gully. The mound, was in the flat just near Mr. A. Phillips' residence, Dalry road, with shooting out towards where "Summerleigh Lodge" now stands. I spent the afternoon hovering around a marquee erected to shelter the "eats." Mrs. George (Watkins' mother) was one of the lady helpers. I was not so successful, my score for the day being one small cake. The property where the butts stood was probably part of "Coranderrk," but was later subdivided by the Go- vernment into 20-acre blocks under a village settlement scheme. A crack rifle shot of the day was Carl Becker (brother of F. Becker). Mr. Trezise, mentioned as one of the members, was a great sportsman, and had his store where Mrs. Madden's cafe is now. He was a keen footballer. The southern   end of Smith street now runs north and south thr...

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No More Tyres. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

No More Tyres. Private motorists in Australia will from no;w o?i !:ve, no chance of se ouring tyres. That is a bald state ment of f.ct by the officials in charge of rubber co trol. Crude rubber is in such 'hort supply that every one of the United Nations is hard put to it to find heavy duty tyres for the fighting forces and essential civilian requirements. Many optimistic re ports have been received regarding the success of synthetic rubber to re place raw rubber in tyre manufacture, but hopes raised in this direction, par ticularly in America, have been re peatedly dashed. Experts agree that large tyres must contain at least 30 per cent. of crude rubber to stand up to hard wear, but 90 per cent. of the world's natural rubber is now in Japanese hands, and the balance available from allied sources is not 'tff?ccO-t t maintain ", - " . . mr t a r the ,~r. cent. Iequi. " re'utest problem is to fin e: ential users-com nercd t use s and those en"agecil industries (who mustgd in duce to m...

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Questionable Films and Broadcast COUNCIL'S ACTION COMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

Questionable Films and Broadcast COUNCIL'S ACT;+O): COMIMENDED. .At a recent meeting of the Uppe: Yarra Shire Council criticism of cer tain films and broadcasts resulted in a letter protesting against such form of entertainment being forwarded to the Educationnl Reform Aissociation and other authorities. At last week's meeting the council I received a reply frog: t.:e Educational Reform Aisociation to the effect that at its first meeting of the year the association had discussed at length the resolution carried by the Upper Yarra Shire Council, concerning the need for censorship of much of the music broadcast and films released. This discussion resulted in a reso lution being carried, commending the Upper Yarra Council for its action in raising the question, and (b) the Council of Music in the schools and the Australian Broadcasting Commis sion are to be informed of the action of the Upper Yarra Council and the support accorded by the Educational Reform Association. A copy of the re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

BLACK, UNUSED SBARBED WIRE NO PERMITS REQUIRED NO FILLING IN FORMS Because there is no possibility of securing galvanised barbed wire for some considerable time, the Department of Supply and Shipping has arranged for the immediate release of stocks of black, unused BARBED WIRE from Military Country Depots. Don't let your fences go to rufn --begin your repairs now! This wire is cheap enough to allow for a double top strand to be used. For p ompt ... delivery, place your order at once with your local Store Ikeeper or Merchant. No permits required-no forms to fill in-but supplies are limited. 28 LB. COHLS 9MO(1J yards approiimafcly) SI ton equals 7 n:'te:. "s tire is ý-,,iy capt f1.j~po r scc ie, ru-pi if iarbs, HND HAS NEVER !EEi USED. Ex in good condition. ORDER NOW FROM YOUR LOCAL STOREKEEPER OR MERCIIANT MANPOWER and INDUSTRIAL CONSCRIPTION must stop when the War ends The greatest economic sacrifice ever made by Aus tralians - women particularly - was their sub mission to manpower ...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

Croydon Market !Excellent prizes reiglned folt cattle o MIonday, and the demlandd wa Milking cows I151 '/- to £17 10/-. heifers £14/10/- to £17, stale 1l1/13/; springing cows il14, heifers £ 1:/5/-; backward cpws £ 11 yearling heifers £t/. - to £5; store cows £;/2"/6 to £t6, I0/-, heifers £5/10/- to £5/17/6; fat bullocks £17i/1/-, cows £12/2/6; to £1/il /-, heifers Ell /2[ / to £14 I 1/-: beefy cows £1 0/1I '-: chopper., L:,:; , i; to £9i; rackers £5/ 15/-: dairy bulls £7/5/-. Calves.-High values. Large veal ers £7 to £8/15/-, small £:1/17/( to i,5 10/-; calves 42,; i to (i7/ti, small1 22/t; to 37/6, light weights 1I/ti. Pigs---Heavy porkers 91/6 to 110/6,1 medium 81/6 to '3/ti, light 6"/,' to' 74/6; baconers 137/6; boars 69/-; chopping sows 95/-; sow and litter £ll,'/-; bacon stores 47/6 to 67/i; slips 27/6 to 35/6; suckers 15/(i to Sheep.-Competition keen. Weth ers to 37/9; two-tooth ewes to :15/-, full mouth 27/6 to 20/9; lambs woolly 37/9 to 40/9, shorn 27/3 to 32/11, plain 23/9...

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Healesville Red Cross ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

Healesville Red. Cross ANNUAL MEETING. At Healesville Red Cross annual meeting, held in the Memorial Hall oa Monday, these office-bearers were elected: President, Mrs. R. N. Coates; vice-presidents, Mesdames Boreham, H. Furmston, E. Hall, Cornish, Stan ley, Miss M. Dennis; secretary, Miss M. M. Murton; assistant secretary, Miss Mowle: treasurer, Mr. A. Raff; committee, all members; cutter, Mrs. Coates; bhyers; Mesdames Coates and Bartholomew; rationing officer, Mrs, .Bartholomew; assistant, Mrs. H Furmston; in charge of wool. Mrs. Hf Furmston; auditor, Mr. L. Orr. : In the secretary's report donors were thanked for help, and an in crease of workers was recorded. Branch sympathy was expressed t9 thole who had lost loved ones in the war, and to war prisoners. During the year 2; meetings had been held, and the assistant secretary and Mist C. Dennis were thanked for services. The Junior Red Cross, under Mes dames Coates and Bath, were comrn mended for their work, as were Mr. and Mrs. Mc...

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Tardy Trains To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

,Tardy Trains To the Editor. Sir,.-What can be done about the Healesville trains? Is there no pos sibility of them running to time? 'It seems they are particularly unreliable oh Wednesdays-the one day in the .week'l ien many local people'"hve a .cha.nce' of visiting the city. Some times the 11 a.m. train does not get away till mid-day, reaching Flinders street too late for appointments to be klept, and causing loss and inconven ience all round. "Surely th' travelling public are en titled to-more consideration than this. No refund is ever offered them when ,the doaitinact of taking them to Mel 'bdii'nd'on. time is broken. It' is a very one-sided arrangement--a case of paying for a service and chancing whether you get it or not, with the Railways 'on the safe side.' In addition to late departures from Healesville, there- are oftenl long do ;ays at: Yarrsa Glen, and consequently when one at length does reach the city the time left is too short in which' to .transact one's business befo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

HOW /!D LOVE TO SpEND ' ALL. , il Stop that wasteful souANmR eUG Empty pockets and purses hand the Squander Bug a big lauigh, but savings make him squirm. Take no notice of 'his urgings to extrava gance. Keep up your ivar savings--Lend your money fo'r ,'ictory. BUY 6d. WI'ar Savin,.r Stamp., I'Var Savings Certliflatels OR /. National nSavinr s itamp:. .SAVE FOPt VI~hCTOr s.:, 2.li I Kestle & Newton PAINT GOOD STOCK ON HAND, ASSORTED COLORS CEMENT RIDGING, GUTTERING and DOWN-PIPES East End Timber Yard Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) 'Phone Healeaville 22 .....- .......... .... ........ '....... ' ,,: ............................................ . ..... . ........... ....... Hiealesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought IIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quate Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Beat Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed .... .M. ................ ................ ?.........

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

nd BUSINESn NOTICES ts. a Desirous of Purchasing or do g properties in Hcalesvil!e and a ding Districts should consult ho. J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths CHOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 that 'aoe ?lncolre 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 he.e at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonad's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS IOLICITORS and COIIMIISSIONERS F3R +FFIDAVITS le., S.A., and Tas. E95 COLLINS ST., 2M-ELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR S'YLESVILLE, OFFICE Pierce and iBradslsw's Buildings Between ti~v hours of 3 p.M. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: taha*Sille 39 40 MEMORIAL HALL . TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Randolph Scott and Ella Rains in "CORVETTE K225" (G) "CORVETTE K2...

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Healesville C.W.A. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

Healesville C.W.A. MONTHLY MEETING. Twelve new members were enrolled at the meeting of the Healesville Country Women's Association held in the Presbyterian Hall on July 7. Re gret was expressed at the resignation of. the' secretary, Miss Adele Andrew, who has assumed other duties, and. Mrs. Mullett, as new secretary, was welcomed. The president (Mrs. Heath) report ed on the recent State conference in Melbourne, which she attended .as branch delegate. A competition fori hand-made gloves was won by Mrs. Milne, of Badger Creek. The prize was kindly donated by Mrs. Dearnlcy. After aftern;, .n tea, Mrs. Dearnley gave an intere.iting demons:ration of soft toy making. tnd presented the 'ranch with a so I toy dog for. a messing competition. Her generosity was greatly apprecialted.

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Essay Competition THE JUDGE'S COMMENTS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

Essay Competition THE JUDGE'S COMMENTS. To the Editor. Sir,-Mr. L. R. McKenzie, of Mc Kenzie's 'Marysville Transport Ser vice, has forwarded three essays on "Why Your District Should Have Road Passenger Facilities Direct t0 and from Healesville." May I, at 'the outset, congratulate the winner, Miss Mary Loveday, Smith street, Heales ville, on the many excellent points she has so ably covered in her essay. It is interesting to note that chil dren of the district are conscious of the advantages of road transport over other facilities, and that they -hould so forcibly realise the advantages to be attained by such road transport in the development of country areas and the opening of the natural and glori ous tourist resorts, more particularly sc in Healesville and district. It seems rather a pity that the adult section of the community is not advancing similar views in order to ensure that the operation of road transport from your distirct will al ways be a permanent factor. I am awa!ti...

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Prisoner-of-War Promoted. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

Prisoner-of-War Promoted. Mr. and Mrs. G. Damman, of War burton, have received notification from the Department of Air that their son, Sergeant Ron Damman, R.A.A.F., who is a prisoner of war in Germany, has been promoted to the rank of flight-sergeant, with retrospective ef fect from May 1, 1943. The price of victory is in your poc ket! Dig in and dub up for 5/- War Savings Certificates or National Say

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