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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET July 5 and 6 [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. July 5 and 0. Top of the market was again re corded by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. at the Melbourne pig market last week. Values generally were better than the previous week, but backfat ters recovered a lot. This is how the astute stock salesman tells the story of last week's doings: Stores.-Better values ruling for all classes, 16/- to s,/-. Porkers.-Better competition, con siderable improvement in values for all descriptions, 45/- to 99/6. Backfattei's.-Recovered a lot. We sold the following drafts:-Three A. Tubb at £13/14/-,. £13/6/- and £12 19/-; H. Carroll £11/160/-, W. B. Dixon at £11/11/-, J. Cobain at £f1 9/-, F, Bury £11/9/-, T. Anderson at £10/11/-, F. Buchan at £10/6/-. Baconers.-Keen competition for all grades, values improved. We sold 341, including the following:-Seven Colin W. Scott at £7/8/6, absolute TOP; eight J. Cobain £7/7/6, second TOP; eight extra heavy P. Lilley at £7/16/-, three J. M. Justice at £7/4/-, seven C. Howlett ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK fl -SVIRGEON-DENTIST VIEITS HEALESVILLE EVEBY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, JULY 22nd SATURDAY, AUGUST 5th SATURIDAY, AUGUST 19th I SATURDAY, SI;i'TEMIIER 2nd SATURDAY, Sf":"I'"TEMIBER I(th L. City Address: U7 ALSTON BUILDINGS .82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: oentral 2507 - Healesvillle 151 MR. FR'ANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST .21 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD IS?ITS KEALESYVILLE EVERY THURSDAY L. 2 p.m. till 5.80 *Or, by Special Appointment AT. BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 M3?NISINIS NOTICES . WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELVERED PBOMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT fMAURICE CHANDLER SCLIVE -AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE •'Phone 121 I! 1-Kin of Carrying Effected Safely AND. AT LOWEST RATES -LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E..M. Poultin SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE ' PILLS FOR ALL FEMALEi WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box EExtra Special, 10/- per Box :Write for Free Catalogue. Men , and Women will find it of great interest All Co...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

IN MEMORIAM DONOVAN.-In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away on July 17th, 1943. Loved and remembered always. -Inserted by his son Maurice, A.I.F., and daughter-in-law Daisie. TABER.-In loving memory of dear wife and mother, who passed away on July 17th, 1943; dear Nana of Kevin and Stanley. We bless the years we called you ours. -Inserted by loving husband, and daughter Dulcie. TABER.-In memory of our dear mother, who passed away on July 17th, 1943; dear Nana of David. Ever remembered and loved, Till the roll is called Above. -Inserted by loving daughter Joyce, and son-in-law Wallace. TABER.-In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away July 17th, 1943.       Your life was one long sacrfiice Your heart was true and tender           You worked so hard for those you loved, And, dear Mum, we remember -Inserted by loving daughter and son-in-law Leslie. TABER.--In lovin...

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"Boomerangs" For Red Cross PRISONERS' OWN GESTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

**Boomerangs" For Red Cross -4----- PRISONERS' OWN GESTURE. Members of the public who sub scribe to Red Cross funds would feel gratified if they could see all the let ters that arrive at Red Cross head= quarters, expressing appreciation of what the Red Cross is doing. Like .so many boomerangs, these "Thank you" notes come in, sent Indirectly back to the people who are. giving to the Red Cross. From repatriated prisoners of war come acknowledgments, both verbal and practical, of the way the Red Cross serves interned men. It saves their lives! It gives them the cheer and encouragement that is necessary to morale. To cite one instance we quote from a letter from Stalag IIIC, written by an Australian ex-teacher: "A suggestion was received from one of the Kdos. (working parties at tached to the camp. The R.S.M. called a meeting, explained the proposition, and invited comment. Eventually motion was moved and carried unani mously, that a subscription list he opened and proceeds placed at t...

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

PRODUCTION. Tn a recent broadcast the Controller- General of Food, Mr. J. F. Murphy said that the excitement caused by the opeing up of the Western Front would naturally divert the minds of people from many familiar subjects, one of them, perhaps, being food. But, Mr. Murphy went on to say, the ?— onset of the invasion throws into stronger relief the supreme import- ance of food to the United Nations and to those people who are to be lib- erated from enemy oppression. It has been well said on many occasions that food is one of the most important amu- nitions of war, and the production of food and more food is one of the contributions that Australia make towards victory. Everyone says that our producers of food, and particularly our dairy farmers, have worked very hard, as the war years ?— by manpower shortage. Most   people will agree that primary produ- tion throughout the Commonwealth ?— a fine job in helping to feed ?— Britain and our own soldiers,   and...

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

Personal *-4--o---- Cr. and Mrs. R. G. Pollard are pleasedl to 'larn that their eldest son lias received yet another Air Force promotion, Bob junior, who is still only 10 years old, now ranks gas Fly ing-Officer. Mr. A. R. Taber, who celebrated his birthday oriP:Thursday, is now an inmate of the Merdy Hospital, Mel bournd. We regret to record the death, on Thursday, of Mrs. Higgins, Newgrove road, Healesville, mother of Mr. Jack and Miss Shirley Higgins. Mrs. Hig gins has beednan'esteemed resident of Healesville for many years, and her passing' will be regretted by the dis trict generally. She had been suffer ing ill health for some time. Sincere sympathy is extended to the bereaved. Mr. L. G..Newton is on holiday. We are pleased to report the con tinued improvement in health of Mrs. A. Harry Blackwood, who is still ih Melbourne. 'Congratulations to Graeme Coch ran, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Coch ran, who has completed his Air Force training and was awarded the coveted "Wings" on a ...

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Tosing The Carpet To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 July 1944

Sir,-Like yourself, I deplore the fact that Cr. Dawborn has never been given thanks for his effort in com mrencing the appeal which was the means of raising £50 for the sanctu ary funds. Credit should be given where credit is due. Cr. Dawborn, ?n his successful opposition to the hydro electric scheme, was one of those who deprived Healesville of what would have.probably been worth £25,000 to the district. He is also advocating an expenditure of £45,000 on water supply, although, as the writer asserts without fear of contradiction, an ex penditure of one-third of this amount would do a better job. The old show man's motto, "What you lose on the swings you make onr the roundabout," still holds good. All praise, therefore, to Cr. Dawborn for commencing the movement which was the means of raising £50. Riding High. The last meeting of the water trust was a triumph for Cr. Dawborn." At the previous meeting the deputation which was to wait on the chairman of the M.M.B.W. was instructed, by...

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Hospital Annual Meeting To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Hospital Annual Meetaig To the Editor. Sir,-The annual meeting of the Healesville bush nursing hospital takes place next Thursday evening, in the annexe, Memorial Hall, and the committee would like to see as many mnembers as possible present. The hos pital .has experienced another success ful year, as will be disclosed by the balance sheet to be submitted by the treasurer and the secretary's report, which will give a full resume of thJ year's work. The committee have given a great amount of their leisure in' conducting the hospital during the year, and they hope their efforts will Ibe rewarded by a large number of members attending.-Yours, etc., R. R. COCHRAN, Hon. Secretary. - rm-a nn -q

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Appreciation To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Appreciation To the Editor. Sir,-I would he pleased if you would allot me a small section of your valuable paper in which to express my gratitude to all who helped make the :football match such a fine success last Saturday. To all players, officials and spectators I offer my warmest thanks, and to you, Mr. Editor, for your ef Jorts by publicity. It will be of in terest to all to know that f5/2/- was collected.-Yours, etc., RAYMOND S. GROVE. Melbourne, 17/7/44.

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Honorary Justices SHARP CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Honorary Justices SHARP CRITICISM. An outspoken criticism of persons oni the bench who exercised their wit at the expense of ordinary persons too overwwkelmed by the authority and at mosphere of the court to retaliate, was made by Mr. Mullens (Lab., Foots cary) while speaking on the Justices Bill in the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday night. Mr. Mullens contended that the Crown Law department should dis courage the practice. The petty ses sions was not a place where the tal ents for cheap witticisms that a man possessed should be flaunted. The petty sessions was primarily a poor man's court, and his plea for justice should be heard with courtesy and consideration . He should not be the butt for the witticisms of a "long, grey bearded honorary justice, with one foot in the grave, whose mentality was nil, but who had achieved the distinction of having greatness thrust upon him for a short period." M'r. Mullens added that he was not enam ored of the system of the appointment of these...

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Essay Competition To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Essay Competition -4--- To the Editor. Sir,-Mr. L. R. McKenzie, of Mc I{enzie's M:.Iarysville Tranisport Ser vice, has submitted this week's essays on "Why your District should have Road Pasesnger Facilities Direct to and from Healesville." As mentioned last week, I was awaiting with "inter est essays for this week, and my ex pectations.have been ,amply fulfilled. The winner of'this week's essay,. Miss Joan Bowvden, "Shunia," Gran'cilei avenue, Healesville, aged 12, 's to' be complimented on .her composition on the desirability of utilising road trans port' direct to'and from nMelbournie; The angle from, which she has -ap proached"the subject is most'refresh ing indeed, and 'timely' emphasises the beneficial results to be obtained from road transport. In view of the restric tions on 'road transport to-day, it is felt that the action of Mr. McKenzie in encouraging the younger generation to submit their views on such 'mat ters: is deserving of the highest com thendation.-Yours, 'etc.,...

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Materialised Prediction To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Materialised'-Prediction To the Editor. Sir,-Some months back I gave ce tain people here the tip (privately, of course) that the then projected visit to Healesville of the Minister for Edu cation was but part of a routine tour of'lnpectiori' he was'making to coun try schools throughout'the State. But thes.e people wouldn't have 'it. They insisted that'the Minister was coming to Healesville for the express purpose of hearing reasons why a higher grade school shduld be built' here. Accordingly; a public "speechifying" was held' in 'the 'Memorial Hall, and 'the Ministerial' party was constrained to "sit it out." Flights of oratory .wdre indulged in and enjoyed (locally, 'if'not''by the visitors). Cr. Cook. ad dressed the gatheiing on "Water;" ,Land was promised for a site on which to build (without consultation with or approval of the Government or ratepayers), homecrafts were to be tpught, etc., etc. Everything' was cut arid dried.? And what good canie of it all? None whatever. As I h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Savings Bank Interest Savings Bank Regulations prescribe that depositors' passbooks must be presented to the Bank once in each year for examination and insertion of interest. Depositors who have not presented their passbooks since 30th June last are requested to do so at their.earliest convenience. ommonwmaltlb avings ankii f flustralia' ".......... ............ J. FAIRBANK NICHOLSON STREET .'Phone Healeaville 186 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN TIHE DISTRICT WHt GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF, CAKES ARE O3TAINABI3LE HERE?. , EyEERYTIiING FRI ESH DAILY .................l.... ........... BARTOLD S MILK OF MAGNESIA SThat 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 eacids, and so aids digestion and elim. Instes biliousness, eta. ep a ars a boutle tro = BARTtLD'S PHARMACY ! Opp. 'iost Office, HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone Z). i MRS. HE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

(/ - I/I THE oH THE D SLAC K, UJNUSED 'BARBED WIRE NO PERMITS REQUIRED NO FILLING IN FORMS esmamse there is no possibility of securing galvanised barbed wire for some considerable time, the Department S e 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 ruin --begin your repairs now! This wire is cheap enough to Iallow for a double top strand to be used. For prompt delivery, place your order at once with your local Store Leeper or Merchant. No permits required-no forms to till in-but supplies are limited. 28 LB. COILS (150 yards approximately) r 1 ton equals 7 miles. This wire is 12j-point gauge, four-point barbs. AND HAS NEVER BEEN USED. Ex cept for some weathler rusting it is in good condition. ORDER NOW FROM YOUR LOCAL STOREKEEPER OR MERCHANT. DON'T BE FOOLED BY PIE CRUST PROMISES YOU CANNOT HAVE PROSPERITY BY ACT OF PARLIAMENT ::FARMERS Do you want to continue forever with ...

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[?]lti-Purpose School [?]LYDALE H.E.S. CAPACITY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

t.Purpose School L H.EHS. CAPACITY. hears with a certain amount of I, that the Education de at are proceeding to make en anent purchase of a certain f land which has been recom by the district inspector of (1r. G. A. O'Brien) as a suit te for a multi-purpose high rrent need for extra educa lities is clearly shown when figures of the present re considered. At the moment or section has 147 pupils on and the capacity is approxi 1o. This year it is expected ut will be lost, and their ill be the only ones vacant at wOi. Of these, abobt 20 will be by pupils from grade 6, who r to the higher school. That from 15 to 20 places remain pupils from Healesville, War and Croydon routes. year 66 new pupils were en id from those routes. This year e 77 new names on the regis of them from the above routes. it will be seen that parents re a small chance only of en their children next year. her aspect is the very cramped area for the increasing school lion, and there is no chance of extra space at pres...

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Cr. Cook's Accusation To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Cr. Cook's Accusation To the Editor. Sir,-In your last issue Cr. Cook accuses Cr. Dawborn of blocking the hydraulic electricity supply scheme that would piobably have been worth £25,000 to the shire. Now just what was that scheme? From what I 're nember, the proposers wished to uti lise the power of water flowing in the pipe from the Graceburn to Maroon dah weir. This the M.M.B.W. abso lutely refused to allow, which was'just as well, for, soon afterwards, that pipe went dry. Then they proposed to use the overflow from the weir. Whether the M.M.B.W. gave permis sion I do not remember, but how many months in the year has there been any overflow? And what would we have done for electric power dur ing the other months? How foolish for the State Electricity Commission to allow this £2.5,0uf0 worth of power to go to waste!-Yours. etc., "SLEEPY SAM." Healesville, 20/7/44.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

BUSINI~SP NOTICES SDesirous of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and unding Districts should consult . J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman. SKinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths OHOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 that face ?flcr'ney The Big Thing about these Shoes is that they lbok right, feel right, give satis faction, and save. money for they last longer. Every thing Fashionable in Men's Footwear is heae at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nlcholson St., HEALESVIIIE. solrOerroa ullett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORs and COMMISSIONERS FO1L AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEAL1'SVILLE OFFICE e and Bradshaw's Buildlngs Between the hours of 3 p.m. and ri p.m. EVERY THIURSDAY T Telephones: I.l 39 -"" .. MV 441_ MEMORIAL HALL i TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Joan Crawford and Melvyn Douglas ......in...... "THEY ALL I(ISSED TIlE BRIDE" "THEY A...

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Charity Football Match LOCAL LADS' FOUR-POINT WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Charity Football Match LOCAL LADS' FOUR-POINT WIN. Favored by a sunny afternoon, a large crowd witnessed the charity football match between local lads and timber workers and truck drivers, held last Saturday to aid the nominee of the Merchant NaGy Patriotic Fund (Raymond S. Grove) in the' "Mr. Mel bourne", competition. From the commencement of play spectators were given plenty:of thrills and spills, with ,both teams fairly evenly matched. At the end of the first quarter the scores were: .Local Lads, 1 goal 6 behinds. Timber Workers-Truck. Drivers,`' 1 goal 5 behinds. Showing plenty of dash from the opening of the second quarter, the:lo cals held a slightly larger margin over their opponents, until the scores read: Local Lads, a goals 3 behinds, " Timber. Workers-Truck Drivers, 4 goals 7 behinds. At three-quarter time the lads had 8 goals 10 behinds to their credit,, as compared with 5 goal 9 behinds, and the final scores were: Local Lads, 6 goals 15 behinds. goals 11 behinds.. Timbe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

KIestle & Newton' PAINT GOOD STOCK ON HAND, ASSORTED COLORS CEMENT RIDGING, GUTTERING and DOWN-PIPES East Erid Timber Yard Fernsbaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) 'Phone Healesville- 22 ............... --..N '" ck . ............................................... ... .. ...ea ..".. . , .................................... .... I- Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD EAST END SIIOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER SUsed Furniture Bought IIIGIEST PRICES GIVEN We QuAte Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed - t This Week's Seasonable Suggestions: JELLY CRYSTALS, all Flavors no limit). Also in 1 lb. and 14 :s lb. packets. FATHER'S FAVORITE, the King of FRUIT SAUCES. JUNKET. TABLETS and JUNKET CRYSTALS. CUSTARD POWDER, including Foster Clark's, Uncle 'Toby, Par son's, Dainy Maid CORDIALS--KIla Ora Lemon,.,Raspberry, Orange, Fifty-Fifty. CORDIAL EXTRACTS, in all Fl'avors. SMALL GOODS (Coupon Free).-Prcssed Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

- DENTISTS M??. H. STOCK r S3IGSON-I-ENTJST VISIT HBALESVILLE SEV'ERY SATURDAY FORITNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, JULY 22nd SATURDAY, AUGUST 5th SATURDIAY, AUGUST 19th I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd SATURDAY, SEP'TEMBER l10th City Address: UI ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET" 'Phones: Central 2507 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD S'VISITS HEALEBSVILLE -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 DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF TIIE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 !°,lI 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/,- ox. Extra Spoeial,t10/- per Box, Write for Free. Catalogue. Men and Women ,wll,.find it of great interest. All Correspondence t...

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