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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. July 19 and 20. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

Market Report ~-- IL01NEII PIG MARKET. July 19 and 20. urbourne pig market was bright iast week, as witness the follow ,eport by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan r:rA o keen enquiry for all de r-- best values for long, heavy 1S/- to 88/-. r 1ers/-A brisk demand for all sat slightly better figures, 46/ 5katters./ A shorter supply. d competition for everything at ratcs, from £3/9/- to £14/4/-. old drafts R. Finlay £10/16/-, J. a 10//-, R. Jones £9/16/-, G. 19/9/-, M. Freeman £9/1/- and I- J. Draper £8/16/- and £8 ,ond many £8/4/- to £6/19/-. coners.-Selling well. We topped ket for four T. Gaw at £7/15/6, Sheavies J. Wilson at £7/15/-: SN. Gairn at £7/5/6, P. Dell £6 six E. H. Adams at £6/11/6, six Burton at £616/6, fourteen E. ngs to £6/11/-, and many more. Clves.-Selling well. We sold 34 14/3/6 for Phil Hill; his eight were ich admired. Ip T. Gaw £7/15/6, TOP choppers £15/4/-, ight J. Wilson £7/15/-, often TOP before; . Finlay £10/16/-, £4/3/6 our veal ers, ~W LOGAN'S slogan, "Ostracise the Squ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE JSTILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock la killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most .tp-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUTRE FOR OUR PRICES} .... ............. ..-.-e . Wýitht ýie.icA lee 4e;'*Ze... Every ptuu.) .ovea is a dire' ;.ontlr?ution to *he war effort. We do help the war effort it we plarc our money in a Savings Bank account or tf we buy 5/ National 5avtngs 'jaimps. l.u.. *o.;dinu tmnecessary apending. One page of a National Savings Scamp boot will contain ,nough atanmps (E2) lot use as a doposit or Instalmant on a War Bond. while the full boolt will purchase a £10 Bond outright. Single pages of stamps (£2) will be ·repontd an a deposit to a Savings Bank account if required. Gel your free book and purchase your 5/- National Savings Stamps from any Savings Bank or Money Order Post Office and put .your savings on service to SPEED THE VICTORY. COmIflJOI1WEfLTH S...

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

ealesville Legend To the Editor. -Periodically we heat of a lectric scheme which should ulninating Healesville were' it not e indifference or neglect of some n or persons unnamed. Once year or so the statement is re d. I am sure that there must ny others beside myself who like to learn-through your ns-a few particulars regarding lost opportunity. are just a few for a begin-: Where were - the turbines to operate? ) What'horse power was available at all periods, of the year? What wele the requirements of Iealesville? 1i What was the estimated cost of the work? ,) How was revenue to be obtain ed to meet capital cost and main tenance? somnebody with the necessary in tion will answer the above ques it should make interesting read --ours, etc., "I. M. VIGILANT." svill 5/7/44. We agree with our correspondent at the recurrent peroidicity of the ,f lealesville's hydro-electric e. We've been hearing it" for To us it savors somewhat of t?o y of Lasseter's Reef or the anoola Tiger-sworn to, but...

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

BUSINIuS. NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or ting properties in Healesville and unding Districts should consult J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman JIl Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths CHOLSON ST., HIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 that 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. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS Mullett & Langford. SOLICITORS CLICITORS ajnd COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFI-DAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 855 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE AT'JTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pierce and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY ... Telephones: leU dE-Vilie 39 " MU 4?6O IUEALESVILLE BRANCH A.N.A. ANNOUNCES THAT Mr. A. A. HUGHES, M.L.A. WILL SPEAK FOR THE YES '? SIDE IN THE REFER ENDUM ...

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RURAL GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

RURAL GROWTH. Many farmers in Australia have found that lack of modern equipment and failure to move with the times have acted as a decided brake on pro gress in their particular branch of primary industry. On the other hand, and particularly during wartime, modern equipment -and methods have aided both progress and profit. The onward march of the wheat growing industry is an example, for in the main our wheat farmers have been quick to avail themselves of every advantage, and are in a sound posi tion. Much credit for this has to be given also to our secondary industries, such as production of agricultural ma chinery, which have supported the farmer and pointed the way towards improved equipment and efficient methods. In the post-war period the man on the land, in common with the rest of the people, will have many technical and financial difficulties, and not the least of the problems confronting those entrusted with the planning of our future will be associ ated with primary produc...

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Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, JULY 27. (Before Mr. Wilkins, P.M.) TRAFFIC CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, JULY 27. (Before Mr. Wilkins, P.M.) TRAFFIC CASES. Theodore Jensen was fined £1/10/-= a j driving,a. motor truck on JIeales ville-Alexandra road, on May 2t, with no light on the extending rear load. Police evidence showed that the truck had a rear light, but none on the ex tension. Defendant, when intercept ed. said it was a new truck and he' would get a light. Vincent H. Bergen was fined £2 for driving a timber jinker on Healesville Alexandrba road, on May 26, with no rear light. He told the, police that "it was impossible to keep a light on the end of that stick." Vernon L, Bantick sustained a £2 penalty for a similar offence at the same 'place and time. He said he had been delayed by wet weather in th. bush. Colin A. Peck'wer fined £1/10/- for driving a motor. truck with no light on the extending load, at the same time' and placd. The truck was load ed with logs, and defendant also coih plained of being delayed. A penalty of £3 was inflicted on ...

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In The Early D[?] To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

In The Early D To the Editor Sir,--In supplementin m on early days in Healesville, peared recently, I have pl submitting the following a items which will no doubt terest to both old residents a arrivals. I propose to add further the growth and importance of trict as the landholders on t ment prospered. I am now state that the State school, was erected about the year 1 move, which made provision education of the increasing was the start of a mild buildi in the Badger Creek localit Then Mr. Eadie built a Later the same gentleman ere palatial residence, "Glen Ea year being 1923. The public next started, under the dire the progress association. Mr built the next house, follow erection of the home of Mr. A lett, who also planted a fair orchard. The fires in 1926, d the Methodist Chapel, but it erected a short time afterw I will digress here, as the has often come up regarding   Badger being given to the popularly known. Well, I and now why that name wa which I accept as the ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 July 1944

HOW I'D LOVE TO SPEND IT ALL ! SA" Stop that wasteful SQUANDER BUG Empty pockets and purses hand the Squander Bug a big laugh, but savings make hbin squirnnm. Take no notice of his urgings to extrava. gance. Keep up your war savings--Lend your money for Victory. BUY 6d War Savinug StaORY War n Cilmc' s 5/. Nationa Savtngs Stamp. SAVE FOR VICTORY II ? - IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO EVERY FARMER IN THE LILYDALE AND YARRA VALLEY DISTRICTS Service Station at LILYDALE   OPENED FOR USERS OF INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS, McCQRMICK DEERING TRACTORS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS The International Harvester Company of Australia Ltd. has decided to rc lease expert Service Men to serve its Lilydale District Agent, to open a Service Station, now in operation at K. E. McCractken's, Main street, Lilydale, for the purpose of starting and Demonstrating McCormick-Deer ing Tractors, Assembling and Fitting the latest McCormick-Deering Farm Implements, Installation of Inter hational Milking Plants, Servicing an...

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Lifetime at Toolangi PASSING OF MRS. PRIESTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

' Lifetime at Toolangi r PASSING OF MRS. PRIESTLEY. SThe death occurred at HTeoalesvi: on Monday of IMrs. Jessie Priestley. wife of Mr. Charles Priestley, well re spected residents of Toolangi. 'Mrs. Priestley, who was aged .I" years, had been suffering ill health for some years. Of late she was an in mate of the -Iealesville Bush Nursing Hospital. Born in IMelbourne. Mrs. Priestley was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. I-. ,IcLaine, of Toolangi. She war tce only sister of Mrs. Eric WVollin, of Hlealesville, and had twin brothers- the Messrs. Gordon and Colin Mc Laine. She lived all her life at Too langi, where she was married, her husband heing also a long time resi dent there. Deceased is survived by her hus. band, and four sons and two daugh ters. to whom, with other members of the bereaved, sincere sympathy is ex tended. The funeral was held in the Heales ville cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, and was attended by a large number of sorrowing relatives and friends. Many beautiful floral...

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Referendum Addr[?] MEETINGS AT HEALES[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

Referendum Add MEETINGS AT HALES Speakers announced to a der auspices of the Australi tutional League, in the Meal -ealesvllle, on Tuesday nip ex-Senator Spicer, Mr.. W ruthers, a well known ex Social Credit, with the cha taken by the shire president Cameron). The meeting wa ised by Mr. H. McNelly. An for unavoidable absence nas from Brigadier G. H. Knox. The vast fund of informs careful analysis of the inte the Government if given control, facts which were ba by irrefutable extracts from speeches in "Hansard," copies of the proposed ame were certainly astounding. was voiced of the manner the referendum was submitted tors, who were given the I bens!ble task of answering 14 questions with a single "Yes" Speakers devoted their rem three main features on the naire-finance, defence, and tion and distribution. They ed by urging electors not to with the safeguards of our de freedom, which, under the pe system of party governmen0s be a dangerous expedient, post-war rehabilitation. On Thurs...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

To the Editor. Sir,-In reference to the council go ing to law'in connection with a breach of the building regulations that has been going on for years, without first giving notice that they were going to tighten up, this seems to me to be the wrong principle. In a small com munity where co-operation and good will should be the motto. Their last letter to me stated that they would fulrther communicate with me; yet no councillor or representative approch ed me in any way, but nearly twelve months after then I got a summons. I rang the pi'esident and we made an appointment to meet, but after I had waited for hours he never turned up or sent any excuse. If anyone had approached me I would have complied with their wishes. Threats and sum monses are quite common. A delicate lady, whose husband is in the fight ing forces, was served with a sum mons for £2 water rates. I do hot think this is British justice. Is the general trend being fcllowed of har assing the people as much as possible? T...

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Light of Other Days To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

Light of Other Days -4-- To the Editor. lane sure that there are many who would be interested in the om your correspondent, "I. M. He asks for particulars s of your readers who can me light on a scheme for light er which Healesville could laned in the days that, are as If "I. M. V." can obtain ation asked for it will either the statements which are fre made, or they can be disposed eing ju(st so much gossip. If proposal was ever considered ost be some record of it in the hll, and an enquiry in that should go a long way towards the matter.-Yours, etc., "KILOWATT. ville, 1/8/44.

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Football. LILYDALE v. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

Football LILYDALE v. HEALESVILLE.' Disappointment at Millgrove not be ing able to come to Lilydale last Sat urday was only temporary, for ar rangements were quickly ,made with Hcalesville, and Lilydale sailed off to that town, to register a win, after a really good game. The visitors got their winning margin in the third and last quarters. The first quarter was very evenly contested, better kicking on the part of Healesville enabling them tb score 3 goals 1 behind to Lilydale's reverse figure, 1 goal 3 behinds. Positively nothing separated the teams in the second phase; attack countered attack and the scoring was even-3.2 all. Lilydale found renewed vigor in the third session, swamping the Heales ville forwards with repeated attacks, which yielded 5.5 to 1.2, and in the last bout they tallied 1.1 to Heales ville's four points, with the latter side more aggressive. Final scores: Lilydale, 10 goals It behinds. Healesville, 7 goals 9 behinds. The winners all played well, but a few wort...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

it /Every J"- should work two shifts FOR PEACE AND VICTORY Save patriotically. Use every 5/ i you can get together to buy 5, . National Savings Stamps. Paste S .. .. - these in a free National Savings Stamp Book. Each page holds two pounds' worth of stamps--enough to pay a deposit on a Second Victory Loan Bond when the Loan opens, or an instalment at any time. A full book holds stamps worth £10, enough to pay for a Victory Bond in full. WHEN THE WAR IS OVER the money you invest to-day in War Bonds will be available for your use as you prefer-to build a home, buy furniture, or any of the other fine things the post-war world will bring. M" , AN AD AN EThis is the 5/ tJaticiral Sovin s StU 2sýTION TO T- Samp avalable , ?? ? ? . . C fifices a nd Say - ; 1 0 ings Banks. 2PV- 1-27 LOOK AT THE RECORD OF FEDERAL POWERS! Parliament House On 19th August you will be asked to grant far-reaching new powers. But how has the Commonwealth used the powers it has already Here are some examples of the...

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Cafe Chantant. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

Cafe Chantant. A cafe chantant-something new to Healesville-will be held by the Pres byterian Ladies' Guild in the Sunday School Hall next Thursday afternoon, August 10. Musical items will be dis coursed, and afternoon tea served. Produce and cake stalls will be feat ures, too. On Holiday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lindupp are on holi day from Ultima, where Mr. Lindupp is postmaster. They spent a day in Healesville last week, renewing many friendships in their old town. War Service Fund. Dancers and euchre player that next social to aid the R.S. Service Fund takes place in t morial Hall on Friday, August great night is assured. "Yes" Campaign. Bertha Laidler, Communist candidate for Richmond mu elections, will advocate voting in the man power referendum she addresses a Public meeting Memorial Hall, Healesvile, next day night, August . (Authoris R. Down, Birdwood road. Heales Browser Killed. Browser, owned by Miss Smith, Maroondah cafe, Heal won in good style at his first over the Moonee Valle...

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Husband Killed by U.S. Car £3885 DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

Husband Killed by U.S. Car -4---- ! £3885 DAMAGES. --*- Damages aggregating £3885 were awarded against the Commonwealth and in favor of a widow by a jury in the First Civil Court on Thursday of last week, in respect of the death of her husband and injuries received when knocked down by a motor car driven by a member of the United States' forces. Mr. Justice Duffy gave judgment for the amount awarded, with costs. The action was brought by Mrs. Elsie Elizabeth Perry, :.1 years. Mc Gregor avenue, Healesville, as admin istrator of the estate of her late hus band, Clifford James Perry. :37 years. carpenter, against the Commonwealth'. She claimed on behalf of herself and children £Gi;00 damages for the loss of her husband, and £1500 for personal injuries sustained by her. The case for plaintiff was that at about S p.m. on January 23, 1943, L. Quenzer, a member of the United States' forces, drove a service motor Car along Spring Vale road, Spring ?Vale, between no and (; miles at hou:. Tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

BUSL'IN NOTICES Desiro!us of Purchasing or g properties in Hoalesville and 5nding' Districts should consult . J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths CIIOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 that 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. SOLICITORi hiluett & Langford SOLICITORS LICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 115 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pleret and Birad:haw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: esville 39 M' 46 PUBLIC MEETING MEMORIAL HALL, HEALESVILLE Tuesday, August 8 at S p.m. BERTHA LAIDLER of the Victorian State Committee Communist Party CANDIDAT...

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Building Permits To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

Building Permits To the Editor. Sir,--Your last issue contained a re port 'of a court case in which a per son was fined for. altering premises without a shire permit. Why was this person singled out? Have permits been granted for the humber of alter ations and new buildings which are now being proceeded. with in the town? Several of these are within practically a stone's throw of the shire office. This matter demands .an ex planation by the shire council. Which of the August election candidates is "game" enough to have it cleared up? -Yours, etc., "FAIR PLAY." Healesville, 2/8/44.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

Wedding HEWITT - HANCOCK. The marriage of Alice, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hancock, Symons street, Healesville, formerly of St. Arnaud, to E. A. (Bill) Hewett, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hewett, of Huntly, via Bendigo, was celebrated in Christ Church, St. Arnaud, recently. Archdeacon Lee was the officiating clergyman. The bride was given away by her father. Soldiers Aided. Sum of £9/17/3 resulted from last social for this fund. Euchre prizes went to Mrs. T. Miller and Mr. C. Davidson; booby consolations, Mrs. Chapman and Mr. Finnan; Monte Carlo, Mr. Guildwell and partner; dressed fowls (given by Mr. Cousins, "'The Wattles"), Mr. John Pollard (No. B3). Donatidn, .Mr. M. Hodges, 4/-.

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Market Repor[?] MELBOURNE PIG MAR[?] July 26 and 27. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

Market Repori MELBOURNE PIG MARI July 26 and 27. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and have a fairly bright picture to to pig breeders. Activities at t bourne pig market last week I way: Stores.-Sold readily at fit ues, 18/- to 88/-. Porkers.-Easier generally, ally heavy. descriptions, 48/. Backfatters.-Firm, £5/10/ 1/-. We sold drafts R. Andd 6/-, two A. Uren £9/10/-, F. A £9/9/-, E. J. Butler £8/16/-, Baconers.-Only the Ion classes were in demand at late others generally were easier. some fine drafts, including Murphy, £7/13/6, TOP; eight ders at £7/7/6, four Hollows at £6/14/6, R. M. Gillespie at five E. O'Connor at £6/12/6, T. Griffin-£6/6/6, K. Williams Henry and Perrin at £6, eight son at £5/18/6, etc. SCalves.-A better enquiry descriptions at higher values sold to £3/14/-TOP for P. J. Murphy's pen £7/13/6, TO pears £14/1/-, Eight R. Anders £7/7/6, Ho champion run; Henry Perrin very neat: ve 14 /-, SHAW LOGAN'S .elogan,: and "Lean.. Slightly duller edges for bacon pork, Vealers keenly wan...

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