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

CR OYDiN ART TET ALi.,A1 BROWN. Auctioneer SALES, CATTLE, PI(S, SHEIEP, POULTRY All`.Classes Live Stock Auctioned Clearing and Furniture Sales a Specialty EVERY MONDAY 9.30 a.m.-Sundries, Furniture, Tim ber, Iron and Implements. 11.30.-Horses, Harness and Vehicles * 12 noon.-Poultry. 12.-Suckere. Slips, Stores, Sows. 1 p.m.-Porkers, Baconers and Back fatters. 1.30.-Vealers, Calves, Milking Cows. 2 p.a.-Springers, Cows and Stores. 3 p.m.-Bulls and Late Sales, Calves and Pigs. 3 p.m.-Fat Bullocks, Cows and Chop; pers. 2.30.-Fat and Store Sheep. 2 p.m., Fridays, Furniture Sales. Shopping Stalls, Monday and Friday. District Agents Mitchell and Co. Farm Machinery and Implements. Large stocks on hand. Easy terms arranged. Owing tc transport restrictions, drov. -ers and good agistment paddocks are available at Croydon. For Carriers adld Crates 'phon Crux S don f early previous Wek. Kestle &Newton PAINT GOOD STOCK ON HAND, ASSORTED COLORS CEMENT RIDGING, GUTTERING and DOWN-PIPES Eas...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Shire Council JULY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

Iealesville Shire Council JULY MEETING. day's meeting was attended by' an- eron (president), Dawborn, Cook, Murton, Pollard and Bar CORRESPONDENCE. 511 J. Hutchinson, forwarding goom Hon J. J. Dedman regard er ritions placed on manufacture wollen goods.-Received. e?nforwarding letter from Hon. hifley re service men settl ,t-Received. "te forwarding letter from Hon. jscully re removal of Meat Con SBoard.-Tabled. fountry Roads Board, advising al n of main road maintepance il144-45. as follow:--adger k oad, maintenance re-sealfng ted, £350: Don road (work to be led out by Upper Yarra Shire),, liealesville-Alexandra road, main ce re-sealing increased to £820, oo Healesville-Kinglake road, £60; esville-Woori Yallock road, £670; esville-Yarra Glen road, £200. erred to engineer. me, advising that a wide variety econdhand construction and main nce plant may shortly becomhie table for' disposal by Allied Works _cil;.Secretary's action in apply for plant approved. Sme, re aggregate, bituminou...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

oydon Market ses of live stock sold well on g cows, medium quality, sold 15/-, heifers £11/15/-, stale £8 ringing cows £11/10/-, .heiferM ward cows £8/6/-; -yearling 17/- to 120/-; store steers £7" Cows £16/5/-, heifers £15/15/; Ws £12/10/-; choppers £7 td crackers £6. --Large vealers .£8/10/- to ,"small 80/- to 120/-;. calves 75/-, small 20/- to.:40/-, light to 14/-. . -Heavy porkers 95/- to. 125/-, l8/-. to 90/-, light 60/- to liable to 65/-; baconers-. 120/ 1.; chopping sows 85/-; bacon 60/- to 75/-; porkers. 40/- to slips 30/- to 45/-; suckers- 15/ ,-Four-tooth wethers 36/6; 0weses 18/3 to 25/6: lambs- 29/3, shorn 26/-, ,plain 20/7; rams 16/-. rY:-Cockerels 18/- to .22/6, thleks 17/- to 21/3, yard birds 1, stags 18/-, draklings 24/9, S'13/-, ducks. 13/-, drakes 13/., duck and ducklings.35/-, hens 16/- to 18/5, white: .hens 11/-, large pullets 25/3, smalh Cylng hens 22/-, chicks. 4/- tto ,tam hens 6/6,-pigeons. 1/6 to ??Big demand for carts, jinn uggies, ponies and light horses. ...

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Everyone was Satisfied. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

IEveryone wans Satisfied. A trusted employe was leaving the dietrict after'5o years' residence and public service, and a presentation was to be made. An Aberdonian was in charge of the arrangements for this, and subscriptions were not coming in well. Native thrift and resource came to the aid of the chairman, who forth with made it known that he wanted a thousand shillings, and promised to give every subscriber full value for his money. He got the thousand ehil!ingr. and vw:th' the money he pur chased a thousand packets of cigar ettes. This happened in the days of gift coupons. He exchanged the cou pons for a mantle wireless receiver, which formed the subject of the pres entation. To each subscriber he then gave a packet of cigarettes, and as he had purchased these from a co-opera tive store he himself pocketed the "divvy."

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

DENITiSTS R¥Z. H. STOCK (r'' .*R5I(ODENTIST Ts EEALNeVILLE NV9Y 8ATUDN.AY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, AUGUST 5th SA UF,2[} , AUGUST Ith I SARDAY, SEi Y MBtE 2nd SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1Jth Cty Address: U.; ALSTON BUILDINGS I BLIZABETH, STREET 'Phones: Dtals 2547 - Healesville 151 ,.t_ NtR. FRANK H. COOK BWGE.ON-D.NTIST S S19 DALACLAVA BOAD 'V EE1 ALsmayVILLE EVERY S 'THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 6.31 L Or, by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. He.alyv4~ 129 WHEI YOU WANT GOODS DELEVUBED PROMPTLY TO ANY 1p#;7 s TUEB II¢ . SVfLLE DISTRICT MAs4ICG CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESYILLE 'phone 121 I l KI-d? of Carryipg Effected Safely . i;A?I AT. LOW?ST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? SWrite p, 1. e0u!ton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE , FILLS FOR ALL FEMALE •WEAKNES, SS SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Wtite for. FreQ Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest, All Correspondence treated Strictly' Confidential s6 BOU1IH ST., MELB. ...

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

EllEEEEEEIIUEIIEEEEEEEE EUEaEum u :.::....:. :n::i:!!!!!..!ill ' BARTOLD'S i ! ........... MILK OF MAGNESIA ? Siijuuiu.uum..uui . .i·n ... That is what Mother gives Me - and wise mother too, beeuas Milk of Magnesia is ideal for helping to keep children healthy. It assists nature to keep little stomachs free from dangerous acids, and so aids digesatie and mlimi / Inates biliousness, etc. Bh large bottle frome DARTILD'S PHARMAC Opp. roat Office. HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (Alter Hours. Phone 2). Llanagaress, MISS E. M. . McDONALD Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS TIlE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT EE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are " of the most up-to-date in Victoria. PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES i[. •f t t . . . • .. .. 1.:,'..... ..... ..N.................. ...... ................ ....... r.,M.NMNN........ . ...... ... . ....... ............\ ......... . . .. .../..... . .N".......' " every penny ave...

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

Now Av ailable: McCormick-Deering MIARA 'I"' TI!ACTOR & EQUIPMNT Including Special Vegetable Machines TWO-?IO O/ CORN AND 3EAN CULTIVATORS. FOUR-ROW VNGETABLE CULTIVATORS. TWO-ROW COX11 AND BEAN PLANTERS. . FOUR-ROW CORNI AND BEAN FLANTERS. .. BEAN HARVESTER AT-'ACHI.I E*T. TWO and THREE-FURROW M OULTBOARD PLOUGHS, WITH ROLLING COULTERS. POWER LIFT TRACTOR DISC PLOUGH. ....Also...... POWER MOWERS, qft and, 7t. CUT.: HAY RAKES. " HORSE MOWERS. ' FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTORS. TRACTOR DISC HARROWS. - . BUSH AND BOG TRACTOR DISC HARROW, . HAND and FOOT POW.R KNIFE GRINDERS. FEED GRINDERS. HAND and POWER CREAM SEPARATORS. ::'INTERNATIONAL MILKING MACHINES. R ,.h.p. and.3-5 h.p. ENGINES. INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS. OUR SERVICE STATION IS NOW OPEN! IMMEDIATELY ATTENDED T ARM ENGINES AND TRUCKS ALL CLASSES OF TRACTORS, FO BY AlT EXPERT MECHANIC Have your MIcCormick-Deering Tractor Overhauled before the Spring OUR MOTTO: "SERVICE WILL FOLLOW ALL Mc CORMICK-DEERING SALES" Further details from K....

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

Before the Wind To the Editor. Sfuncions of a local news -ot only to record news of c, but to draw attention r'ich concern the every residents, who are not al tion to obtain the proper in events. I am more 1?i visitor. for I have been wcond holne in Healesville : ten years or so. I have der of your paper for a rt of this letter is to draw .?t:eation to a cgse recei?-y the police court. A resident tecause he had contravened building regulations. One ,tarrel over such a decision, ra-e made in the interests of enship. The inspector, In stated that the premises Vre used as a stable were a danger to food supplies re le vicinity. That may be so, would liltke to have his views .onditions which prevail-and tat the corner of the d not far from the premises ted upon in court. _ the road one has to thread her way through a jungle of rts, feed boxes and filth. The lear after a heavy rain or, a d. In the latter case the sev ps in the vicinity riust be-. repository for the manure Front the health...

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Healesville's Mounting Asset HOSPITAL ANNUAL STOCKTAKING REVEALS FLOURISHING FINANCES. DETERMINATION TO SCOTCH MALICIOUS RUMORS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

Healesville's Mounting Asset HOSPITAL ANNUAL STOCKTAKING REVEALS FLOURISITHNG FINANCES. DETERMINATION TO SCOTCH MALICIOUS RUMORS. Annual meeting of Healesville Bush Nursing Hospital Committee of Man agernent drew a good attendance to the '?iemorial Hall on ThurslayI nigl" of last week. The president (Cr. A. G. Kay), chaired the gathering, and with him at the table were Mr. R. R. -Cochran (hon. secretary) and Rev N. T. Bason (treasurer). Also present were Mr. H. Gunier, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. Miss E. Shaw, Miss Hancock, Mrs. Courtney, Mrs. M. Hume, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hodges. Rev. S. J. Mux worthy, and Messrs. L. J. Adam, D. L. Bartholomew and Mr. McKenzie, of "The Ferns." Words were not minced-and the meeting unanimously voiced keen ex ception to a number of totally un founded and untruthful rumors in cir culation in Healesville regarding hos pital affairs generally that were cal culated to have an adverse effect on the district's Number One Public Cause, viz., the maintenance of our ex i...

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Popular Identify DEATH OF MR. W. RACHOR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 August 1944

Popular Identity DEATH OF MR. W. RACHOR. A well respected Healesville identity in the person of Mr. William Rachor passed away at his residence in Nich- olson street last Saturday. Mr. Rachor, who was aged 69 years, was a native of Mainz-on-Rhine (Ger- many). He had been a resident of Healesville for 23 years, and public and charitable causes in the district always received his generous support. He was an active member of the Healesville Tourist Association and Publicity League, and was an enthus- iast in many fields of sport. For many years he was one of the staunchest supporters of the Healesville Football Club. He was a well known figure in the town, and was very popular among a wide circle of friends. Mr. Rachor was a successful business man, and established the Continental Laundry, which he and Mrs. Rachor conducted for many years. Mr. Rachor had been suffering ill health for some three years. He is survived by his widow and three sons and daughters—Paul, Wilma (Mrs. French), J...

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

ENGAGEMENT McNAUGHT--HANCOCK. The Engagement is announced of Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hancock, Symons street, Healesville, formerly of St. Arnaud, to Private Thomas McNaught, son of Mrs. McNaught and the late Mr. Mc- Naught, of Gympie, Queensland. IN MEMORIAM HORT.-In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away on Aug- ust 4th, 1942. There is nothing so sweet as his mem ory, There is nothing so sad as his loss, And only God in heaven knows What his parting cost. -Inserted by his loving wife Adeline. HORT.-Treasured memories of our dear dad. In our hearts you are always near, We who loved you sadly miss you. A thought to-day, a memory for ever. -Inserted, by his loving children, Phyllis, Margaret, Sadie and Bar- bara. HORNE.-In loving memory of Doug- las, my beloved husband and our darling daddy, who passed to a higher life on August 7th, 1941. -Inserted by his loving wife Beth, and darling children, Beverley and Maurice. "For ever in our hearts" DEATH NOTICES...

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Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

Victory Club' The usual monthly euchre. and dancq, organised, by the Healesville jVictory, Club to aid the local Red Cross was held in the Memorial Hall on Friday night of last week. Euchre .prizes.were won by Mrs. D. Hort and Mr. M. 'Olney, and booby consolations: by Mrs. M. Olney and Mr. D. Olney. A box of chocolates raffled during the evening was won by Mrs. B. Duff, holder of ticket No. 75F. The Monte Carlo award' fell to Mr. and Mrs. S. Crouch. The euchre tourneys were conducted by Mr. M. Olney, in the ab sence of Mr. A. E. Kestle, Mr. I. W. Gardiner M.C.'d proceedings, Mr. R. Cochran was in the ticket box, and Mr. D. Love doorman. Donations' were gratefully received from Mr. G. Stainton, £1; Anonymous (E.H.) 2/-, (W.M.) 4/-; Mr. C. Des borough, 2/-; Miss R. Cornish, 2/-; Miss E. Penton, 2/-; Mrs. N. Reed (sale of daphne), £1/2/-; Mr. M. Hod ges, 4/-; Continental Laundry, 3/6. The Victory Club wishes to thank all friends for donations of materials for. sandwiches, those who sup...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

FORD V-8 TRUCKS J- Imported by Government Authorities as a Defence Measure, to ensure road transport within Australia Are now Available for Essential Users s 158-INCH WVHI'iET7DASE :I ,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 8-ply on 20 x 7 wheels) Spring Capacities, 14,450 or 17,500 Ibs. An Official Permit is necessary to purchase these Trucks. Your Ford Dealer will gladly help make the applicanlon Roche's Healesville Garage AUTHORISED FORD AGENTS 'Phone IHealesville 138 . The World's News Seen Through THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An Internalional Daily Newspaper is Truthful--Constructive-Unbiascd-Free from Sensational ism-Editorials Are Timely and Instructive and Its Daily Features, Together with the Weekly Magazine Section, Make the Monitor an Ideal Newspaper for the Home. The Christian Science Publishing Society. Austru'ian and New Zealand Bureau: 46 Pirt St., Sydney. Aust...

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The School Problem THE NEED IS NOW! [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

The School Pr oblem THE NEED IS :.NOW! Front figures r'centi:." quoted in this journal and the tdl ed emphasis lent by a further state:nent last week, it is quite obvious that the pirolmise O` the Education dea-urt:uent to provide a multi-purpose school at Lilydale after the war is going to be much too late. The need for such a sci:ool is im pierative; NO\', not perhaips in one, two, three, four or even linre years. Already there are children cryl. ' out for further education, but quite apparently being denied the opplortun ity to further their talents. What is going to be their lot? Must they be thrown on the employment market at a stage when their educa tion is far fromn comnphlte, and, be cause of such action, go through life lamenting the chances that the war denied them of bettering themselves. lWe say the war, because that is a contributory factor: contributory only, as the Education department's failule to cater for these future citizens will be the great cause. As we stand a...

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Migrating Koalas To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

Migrating Koalas To the Editor. Sir,-I note that a correspondent in a Gippsland paper states that it is interesting to learn that the native bear surpluses from our sanctuaries are being liberated in their former domain; the open' bush of East Gipps land. This will please the old-time bushmen, to whom they were a famil iar sight in the eighties and nineties, not only as objects of attraction but also because they eased the monotony bly breaking the silence of the bush. But to the old bushman the success of their re-entry into their old quar ters seems doubtful. East Gippsland was their home for centuries. Why did they leave it without any appar elit cause? It is hardly possible that disease could have wiped them out over such a large area of country, with their feeding grounds miles apart, separated often by rugged ranges. Why did not the' same dis ease affect the sanctuaries? Is it a coincidence that our rock wallabies, paddy melons and many other ground animals departed simultaneo...

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Graceburn v. Badger To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

Graceburn v. Badger To the Editor. Sir,-The letter written by Mr. H. Philippe gives the view of all practi cal men with whom I. have discussed this question. For quantity, reliabil ity, quality and value the Graceburn has been proved to stand alone. Fig ures have been published that would enable an intelligent child to see this, while the poo: return for the expendi ture of large runms of money on the Badger should he a warning to even the most obtuse commissioner. Com. Kay and other commission ers would do well to ponder over this remark of Daley:--"There is a prin ciple which is a bar against all infor mation, which is proof against all ar gument, and which cannot fail to keep us in everlasting ignorance. This prin. ciple is contempt prior to examina tion." Daley apparently could not conceive a state of mental slothfulness so ex treme as to produce contempt without examination. The three musketeers of the trust, Corns. Dawborn, Kay and Strachan Smith, staged another act in their a...

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Healesville Water Trust MONTHLY MEETING. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

alesvil!e Water Trust ----- -.v-- MONTHLY MEETING. CORRESPONDENCE. Treasury, notifying a reduction of instalments, as per Water Act Ii, £276/12/S.-Received. if.B.W., intimating that water pIy committee would recommend. the board the granting of 1,000,000 us of water from the Graceburn nnl, and 600,000 from Badger k.-Received. linister of Water Supply, forward copy of first report of Town cr Supply Committee.--To receive ,ntion. F. Johnstone, for permission to tap for a three-quarter inch service hr. Cunliffe, Nagoondah lane, ted. j

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

'Popular Pars By L. J. Adam. Healesville Tennis Club members met in the club house, Queen's Park, on Sunday afteirnoon to say farewell to Desmond Cleary, who left on Mon day for active service up North. After enjoying a dainty afternoon served by Mrs. B. Stanley, members spoke of how' Des would be missed, for he had always taken a keen inter est in the club and all its activities. They wished him success, good health and a safe return. Mrs: Stanley was accorded a vote of thanks, and she suitably responded.

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Odds and Ends To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

Odds and Ends To the Editor. -"I. M. Vigilatt" did not men the discarded motor car and oil drums and general goods al on this important corner, making. kk more like a rubbish dump. I Sknow of any other place where a thing would be allowed on a a street.-Yours, etc., "OBSERVANT." I lesville, 10/8/44.

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War Service Fund SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

War Service Fund SECRETARY'S REPORT. At the annual meeting of Heales ville R.S.L. War Service Fund Group, Mr. Pollard reported: I wish to thank all who helped so generously to make this our biggest year yet, despite the fact that we have not had anything like our usual amount in donations, compared with last year; in fact, they were loss than half. Our success in raising money has been mainly due to our monthly dances, which showed a profit of £392 17/9, which was considerably added to by the sports meeting, which brought in £142/12/9; ladies' market stall, £14/12/7; donations from "Montpellier," £61/9/-; smaller do nations, £33/11/11; Tin Hat appeal, £16/6/6; which, with other amounts, made a grand total of. £701/13/1?. The sum of £50/4/S" has since been received from Healesville Golf Club. This, I think, is most heartening, and at least some reward for our small, hard working committee, who have so consistently stuck to their jobs in the past four years. Mr. Pollard concluded by a...

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