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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Croydon Market Milking cows £15/10/- to £18/16/-, heifers £14/10/- to £10/10/-, stae x£11; springing cows £13/15/-, heifers "f13/10/-; backward cows £10/10/-; yearling helfers £4/19/- to £5/10/-; store cows £6 to £7/7/6, heifers £5/5/ to £7/5/-: fat. bullocks £17/15/-, codw £17/10/- to £18/5/-, heifers £11/10/-, to £14/5/-; 'beefy cows £10/10/- to a11/15/-; choppers £6 to £7/5-: crac kerb £5; small dairy bulls 16/15/-. Calves.-Large ' vealers £7/7/6 to f!/lO0/-,, small £4/2/6 to £8/12/6; ca:lves £2/10/- to £3/12/6, small 24/ to 36/6, light ~wcights to 17/-. Figs. - Heavy porkers 88/6 'to lu:/6, medium 75/6 to/ 86/6, light /u: to 7:/6: baconers 132/6; back fatters to. 144/-; chopping sows 97/6; bacon stores 49/6 to 66/6; slips 34/6 to 40./-; suckers 19/6 to 28/6. Sheep.-Four-tooth wethers 35/6, six-tooth 38S/-; four-tooth ewes 34/9 +o 35/7, full mouth 26/4 to 28/-; lambs -woolly 29/S to 34/!). shorn 25/- to 28/7, plain 20/11; stores-lambs 14/3 to 15/11, crackers 3/11 to 11/-, rams 13...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

IN MEMORIAM TABER.-In sad and loving memory of my dear sister, Lettina Jane Taber, who passed away at Heales- ville on July 17th, 1943. Time may take the edge off grief, But memory turns back every leaf; To be with us in the same old way Would he our dearest wish to-day. -Inserted by her loving sister and brother-in-law, Nellie and Jack Landers, Geelong. TABER.-In loving memory of my loved aunt, who passed away at Healesville on July 17th, 1943. God saw that she was weary, So took her by the hand And led her to His home above, A bright and better land. -Inserted by her loving nephew, Trooper Jack Landers, returned New Guinea. BEREAVEMENT THANKS Mrs. Stanley Bedson, Mr. and Mrs. Munro and daughter Thelma desire to Thank all friends for kind expressions of sympathy, visits, cards, letters, te!e grams, floral tributes and personal ex- pressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement; especially thanking Sister Walters and Dr. Phillips. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal a...

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

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO EVERY FARMER IN THE LILYDALE AND YARRA VALLEY DISTRICTS Service Station at LILYDALE OPENED FOR USERS OF INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS, McCORMICK d DEERING TRACTORS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS / o The International Harvester Company of Australia Ltd. has decided 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, r Lilydale, for the purpose of starting and Demonstrating MIcCormick-Deer ing Tractors, Assembling and Fitting the latest McCormick-Deering Farm .Implements, Installation of Inter d lational Milking Plants, Servicing an] 1 Repairing International Trucks, Mc Cormick-Deering Tractors, and all types of McCormick-Deering Farm Implements. The Service Station will be fitted out n with Modern Equipment to carry out this important work. SPARE PARTS STOCKED ON THE t PREMISES.i The Service Station is for the Farmer ONLY, and we feel that by bringing the Servicing of all Internation...

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Soldiers' Letter To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Soldiers' Letter . To the Editor. Sir,-We had a very good muster at the R.S.S.A.I.L.A. monthly meeting last Saturday night, seventeen mem bers turning up. Supper was provid ed, and the branch extends many thanks to the kind lady who gave us tea and sugar. We very much regret the death of Mrs. T. Branchflower, and extended deepest and most heart felt sympathy to all members and re latives of the family. The branch now has 73 members, and we extend a wel come to all to attend our next meet ing, especially members who can knock out a tune on a piano, as we wish to have our new piano by then, and we hope to have an enjoyable hour after business has been conclud ed.-Yours, etc., F. HARRIS, Asst. Secretary. Healesville, 17/7/44.

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THE MENACE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

THIE MENACE. Although overshadowed by the Western Front invasion of the Conti nent of Europe and the hurling of Hitler's flying bombs over southern England, news from the Pacific, as in other war theatres, continues to be encouraging. The carrying of the United States' Navy's offensive right into the Japs' central base in the Mariana Islands has resulted in a sig nal victory for our Allies, the destruc tion of a large force of enemy planes, that will isolate thousands more Jap anese troops in the jungles, where and the capture of strategical points they can face only starvation or cap ture. In announcing that "strong Japanese naval units, ,possibly the en tire fleet," had movedl' into posit: east: of'the Phillipines Adn Pa oit itz did not. conceal his desire tha Nt would lead to a naval tte that th greatest magnitude? Thoutl to not materialise, nothin u? this d reflect the confidence. feCld btt Commander-in-Chief of the t States' Pacific Fleet in the ounit than his commentt that he ...

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Says an American [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Says an American "Boys, I'll tell you what Fre terprise really is. Its a lot Fee things-and some ight big thi too. But in a nutshell its ouhi to live our on lives, run our ri jobs and our own businessuo in Own way-without needless in ence. It is our right to criticne Government, bawl out the umrpice to make a speech on the public ' Its our right to travel when and we choose-and to work or notd w please. It offers us a chance to rnd invest and build and grow. "Under free enterprise m.en ':rve faith in an idea can tare r to r'ovelop it. Our railwan etae that way: so did the motor car is try and oil and steel, and aviCation scientific mechanised farming. 2nterprise made small shops and tories into big ones-and started nmall ones. And now fightin, a ocrate war in which productioa turn the scale, America is outpro !ng every other country in t!h p hands dowrn; and doing it better. in spite of all this, some fol! like to change our American wa doing things, and rebuild the country under a ...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. July 12 and 13. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Market Report ...--V----- OURNE PIG MARKET. July 12 and 13. lines were in great demand Melbourne pig market last when Messrs, T. Shaw Logan 's trading was of a top-notch Baconers wore especially at to buyers, and no fewer than re sold. Just read the com summing up: s-A steady enquiry at fully tes, 16/- to 86/-. er.--Especially keen competi r all descriptions. Light 42/ ,medium 64/- to 76/-, heavy 88/-, extra to 99/6, few to tatters.-An Improved demand classes at slightly better val esold four C. W, Scott to £14 eraging £12/12/......; S. Collins, S. Wilson £11/14/-, F. Tou (4/-, M. Phillips £10/1/-, C. dit 9/14/-, T. Pullen £9/4/-, y more. ers.--We sold 333-a marvel , Including all the "tops." Four yBros. at £7/9/6, three Clyne ey at £7/9/6, nine Colin W. t17/7/6, five F. Sunderman /6, seven A. Razos at £7/5/6, hn Campbell at £7/4/6, two Henry £7/11/-, two J. Borrie I., A. Redenbach £7/11/-, Hol Bros. £7/14/-, seven J. Borrie /6, two J. H. Fuzzard at £7 0 P. Shiels £7/0/6, eight R. a...

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Esteemed Townsman PASSING OF MR. A. R. TABER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Esteemed Townsman PASSING OF MR. A. R. TABER. By the death of Mr. Arthur Robert Taber Healesville loses one of its old est and most highly esteemed identi ties. Mr. Taber passed away in a pri vate hospital in East Melbourne last Saturday, having reached the great age of 85 years. So ends a useful and industrious life-an exemplary life of good citizenship that 'will be greatly missed by the community with which deceased had been so long and proml nently associated. Mr. Taber had been feeling the bur den of his years for some time past, but entered hospital only a week or so before the end came. He was pre deceased by Mrs. Taber a year ago all but two days-a loss which was most grievous to him and from which he never seemed to recover. He is survived by a family of five daughters, all married except one. They are Doris (Mrs. L. Brien), Win nie (Mrs. W. H. Law jnr.), Myrtle (Mrs. T. W. Aldous), Joy (Mrs. W. Brown), and Miss Dulcie Taber. One son, Stan., died in young manhood. A native ...

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Ructions Over Water CMR. DAWBORN'S RECORD OF SERVICE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Ructions Over Water CMR. DAWBORN'S RECORD OF SERVIdE. To the Fditor. Sir,-How ,very nice of Cmr. Cook to express his thanks through "The. Guardian," but really he is too gush ing; lavish and far-ferched.' But why shlould the dear editor be ignored for his generous and lengthy allowance of "Guardian" space? But never mind, 'Mr. Editor, your reward is sure and will come in due course. But really I had no idea that I was so important, and it would be a great pity if I should be compelled to re Ifnquish all the marvellous undertak ings that may be necessary for post war reconstruction, and betterment of o-Ialesville Shire. ...... - Not an Engineer. I do not claim to be an engineer, nor do I attempt to teach them their business. Neither waold I instruct a highly qualified hydro, engineer to construct a hydro-electiic undertaking if his report showed al insufficiency .of water. My Part in Bringing Electricity to Healesvllle. The State Electricity Commission brought their power line from L...

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Days of Long Ago To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 July 1944

Days of Long Ago To the Editor. -In response to your request account of the early settlement e of the pioneers of Healesville, it the following account of the e Settlement Scheme" which lanned by the Patterson Govern- about the year 1894. t, I must express my pleasure ding the account by "Watty" e of the activities of the Rifle I have a clear recollection of ab as I found it on my settling alesville in 1892. The club mem- p had gone down, and in or- resuscitate the club fresh life given by enrolling new members, g one. ong those who supported the sent was the late P. A. Burt, of Grand Hotel, who placed at our al the horse-drawn bus which us out to the butts at Broad The shooters took up their po- at just about the place where A Phillips' house stands, and the ni Henry rifle, guaranteed to kill mile, loaded with .303 cartridges and free of cost to club members, etitors, and for some club com ons that were arranged. recreation was, however, short on account of the Government at day, w...

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Costly Failures To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

Costly Failures To the Editor. Sir,-It is to be hoped that Cmi Cook is successful in his opposition tI any further expenditure on the Bad ger Creek water scheme. Already costly attempts to improve this se" vice have failed, and owing to the marshy and inadequate nature of the Blue Jacket intake weir the water ?s frequently polluted with mud. Th: cheapest And most reliable source of water supply for Healesville is from the Gracehurn weir, over which this distr.ct -.: . M.t.B.W. When a vast area of this shire was reserved as a catchment area, free of rates, and long before the Badger scheme came into operation. Analytical tests have proved water from the Gracchurn to rank with the purest in the State.-Yours. etc., H. PHILIPPE. Healeaville, 20/7/4.4.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

PUBLIC NOTICE RE ESSAY COMPETITION ' "Why Your District Should Have Road Passenger Service" It is regretted that, owing to'the lack of interest, judging by the number of entries receivedin connection with the above competition, IT HAS BEEN FOUND NECESSARY TO DISCON TINUE SAME L. R. McKENZIE "Imagine it taking a war to teach us the right way, DP • . '"-. ORGANISED MARKETING the key to a prosperous countryside Primary producers now have assured markets and payable priccs. Where nece?;sary, as in the dairying industry, subsidies are being paid from Commonwealth ro'.emlne. Ncw think back to the depression when the Common wealth had no defence I.o\ crs to re-organise primary industry: v.hen prices a' i ma 'kets collapset'; when thousands either lost their holdings or were plunged hopeles?ly into debt. Urnless the "Jommonwealth now secures the powers asked for, the subsidies and other : ieastrs taken to secure -,tabilisation of prices and markets will collapse when the war is over. Ruinou...

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[?]ident For Half a Century [?]TH OF MRS. CATHERINE TISSEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

m--° ident For Half a Century PH OF MRS. CATHERINE TISSEAR. being an inmate of the Prince Hospital, Melbourne, for only Mrs. Catherine Tissear, a respected resident of Heales rover fifty years, died on Fri last week, aged S3 years. Tissear raised a family of nine e.ville, including Mr. Charles the only one still remaining district, and MIrs. Tissear settled in ille over fifty years ago, being the original holders of land in dger Creek Village Settlement e Their holding was at the of Albert and Dairy roads, their family was raised. The ta attended school at Long hMr. Tissear died about thirty ago. at ten years ago Mrs. Tissear te homestead and departed for ;one, returning soon after to home at the corner of Don and. ,ddell roads, where she '.lived' iocut a year ago. She spent the .a months of her life in Mel e Her desceidants include I'o grand-children and four andchildren. funeral was held in the He~le.'s temetery on Saturday, the ser king conducted by the Rev. S. worthy. -JMr. F. H...

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[?]er Lady Passes [?]CHOLSON STREET AS A [?] TREE TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

r Lady Passes COLS STREET AS A m _,EE TRACK. e, 0o July 1 2 of Mrs. WV. pl .e.NtUwbUry." Crowley's !le. removes from our t er link with the early days s .ent of this district. ins was born in Nichoi Snyears ago, and must 0 oe of our very earliest t she 'was the third daugh late William and Louisa Se:c among the first pio tl here in the early sixties. o populous town then con feon b'ark huts, with tall S din along the track which Itcholson street. a JIis Carter's old home Was There Fairbank's bakery now Siti was there that Mrs. c as born. Her husband, the William Higgins, was well ;porting circles, and particu o crcketers, in the days r, and Mrs. Higgins took ce in Crowley's road, where d ins has remained ever since. t et, retiring disposition, she a seen in public affairs. i ;gins is survived by a fanm e daughter (Shirley) and two ydney and Jack), to whom. is extended. a iterment took place in the Ile cemetery, Mr'. F .Heritage 1 ng the obsequies. i ,- ,,,

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Popular Ball FOR "MR. MELBOURNE" CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

Popular Ball FOR "MR. MELBOURNE" CANDIDATE. A successful and profitable ball took place in the Memorial Hall on Friday, July 17, to raise funds for the Merchant Navy candidate (Mr. Ray mond S. Grove), and the A.C.F. will benefit to the extent of £32/S/-, a cheque for which sum has been hand ed over to Mr. Grove, to provide com forts for our boys in the fighting forces. Patrons numbering 194 paid for admission, and, considering that most guest houses are close on vaca tion, the result was highly satisfac I tory. Mr. Alf. Kestle was organiser and secretary, ably assisted by Mr. R. R. Cochran (treasurer), Mrs. J. Hancsen (ticket box), Messrs. Love and Palmer (doorkeepers), Mr. Gardiner (M.C.), Mr. Olney (euchre), the ladies of the Victory Club, helped by Mr. R. Mc Leish, serving a delightful supper. Miss Sebire's orchestra delighte"l all, and all present had an enjoyable time. Contributions were received from: H-on. G. L. Chandler, 10/-; Cr. Alex Cameron, 10/6; Cr. W. J. Daywborn, 5/-;...

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Tennis Club SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

Tennis Club SOCIAL EVENING. By Helen Ruth Oakley, Another pleasant evening w by the Healesville Tennis Clhb home of Mr. L. J. Adam on Th July 1'. Supper was provided members of the club, and ser Mrs. Adams and her daughter Monds. The guests were DMr. Mr. Murn and his daughter, Thompson, Miss Andrew, L.A. Mrs. W. Andrew, Mrs. L. A hMrs. J. Henry, L.A.C. and II King, her sister, Mrs. I. Atkin and Mrs. Pitt, Mr. and Mrs. S Mrs. McConnell, Miss E. Pocket I. R. Oakley, Miss L, Mowle, Cleary, and juniors, Mis:es J. ton, J. Stanley, J. Cochran and S tholomew. Ping-pong.was played, and a Ious time enjoyed by all, Mr. P: ryingo off the prize. iThen a co tlck: arranged by Mrs. Stanl?y held, Mr. Pitt again being tile Mr. Adam, in a happy little s congratulated Mrs. J. Henry (nee MacDonald, of Barto,d's phar1 and presented her with a crystal as a token'bf the club's esten Mr. Murn supported, and Henry suitably responded. Then Mr. Adam mentioned Pitt's impending departure for 0 Mr. Pitt expresse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

DImrISTS MR. H. STOCK ýrº JSUQOMON-DENTIST VYIAS HEALESVILLE I gYHEY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT Lý at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, AUGUST 5th SATURIDAY, AUGUST 19th SATURDAY, SEI'TEMBER 2nd SATURDAY, SEI'TEMBER 16th L?. City Address: Li t ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: pentrda 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD A ULFIELD I*YgIITS UAL]MVILLE EVERY THURSDAY I_?. 2 p.m. till 5.30 L? Or, by Speeial Appointment AT. BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesvllle 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS RELWHEED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THIB HEALESVILLE DIDTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 ! 11 Kinls of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poultun SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Wi'lte for Freo Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confid...

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Croydon Market Monday's was a firm market. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

Croydon Market Monday's was a firm market. Milking cows £15 to £17/101-, heif ers £14 to £1G/10/-, stale £12; spring ing cows £11/10/- to £14, heifers £12 15/-: backward cows 10/10/-; year ling heifers £3/14/- to £5; store cows £6 to £6/10/-, heifers 5/10/- to £6 15/-; fat bullocks £17/15/-, cows £10 12/6; choppers £6/2/6 to £7/7/0; crackers up to £4/17/0; dairy bulls Ca9/. ge valr 7 to 8/2 Calves-Large vealers £7 to £8/2/G, snall £4-/5/- to £, '12/;: calves ' 9/i; to £f:;/7,'/i;, ,::n ll : to 5i/; !igI~t wei :ht. to .': is---i ea" " o : - I; to lo2/0. medium 7S/; to s4/;, li-ht 57/i to , ';; baconer; 12'S/;: hoar.; 59/-: c.,opping sow'.; 'i '2/1: bacon store: . ,/;/ to 04/6; slips :15,'- to 2'/ : suck ers 19,'- to 27-. Sheep-Four-tooth wethers to :6/G. six-tooth to ::/:': six-tooth eves to 30/-, full mouth 1S/:: to 5'5I;: lambs -woolly to /,'-, shorn 2_'/: to 3:2/9, plain to 22/2: stores-wethers 1:1 /ý. lambs 1:I/11 to 1-'7; crac!:ers 5/7 to I0/1;: rams 1;1 Poultry.-Cocker'els I?, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

Wedding WEST-McLEISH.   The marriage of Mary Jean, eldest 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Mc Leish, Harker street, Healesville, to Gunner John Patrick West, A.I.F., was celebrated in the Healesville Methodist Church, Healesville, on Saturday, July 15, by the Rev. N. T. Bason. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a long waisted frock of white heavy crepe de-chene, with a full length tulle yell held in place with a halo of white velvet' topped with pearls, and car ried a bouquet of orchids and camellias She was attended by Mrs. Neil Ro berts as matron of honor, wearing a frock of pink linen and a shoulder length tulle veil held in place with flowers matching her frock. The bridesmaids were Miss Rita Lilyripp (a cousin) and Miss Gwen Olney. They wore frocks of blue linen, with shoulder length tulle veils affix ed with flowers matching their I frocks. . The matron of honor and brides maids carried bouquets of pink azal eas, . The bridegroom, who i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

SFORD V-8 TRUCKS Imported by Government Authorities as a Defcnce Measure, to ensure road transport within Australia Are now Available for Essential SUsers 158-INCHI WhIEEL BASE Three and Four Ton capacities, Dual Rear Wheels. - Imported Bodies and All-Steel Cabs. Dual Frames, American Tyres (includ ing Spare) (7.50 x 20 x S-ply on 20 x 7 wheels) Spring Capacities, 14,-1 0 or 17,500 lbs. An Official Permit is necessary to purchase these Trucks. Your Ford Dealer will gladly help make the application Roche's Healesville Garage AUTHORISED FORD AGENTS 'Phone HealesvUle 138 Kestle & Newton .PAINT GOOD STOCK ON HAND, ASSORTED COLORS CEMENT RIDGING, GUTTERING and DOWN-PIPES I East End Timber Yard Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) 'Phone Healesville 22 *.................. .../..../ .J H. ............................ IP Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD--EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought IIIGHEST PRICES GIVEN ...

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