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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

Croydon Market V The demand was a.shade easier at the Croydon market on Monday, when milking cows brought £12, heifers £11 15/-, stale heifers £7/5/-, springing cows £11/15/-, heifers, £12, backward cows £10/17/6, line of store cows £6, fat bullocks £12, fat cows £12/15/-, heifers £12/5/-, beefy cows £11/10/-, choppers £6/10/- to £9/5/-, .crackers to £5/10/-, dairy bulls, small, £6. Calves.-Good yarding. Large veal ers £10/5/-, small £4/15/- to £6/5/-; calves 50/- to 85/-, small 30/- to 46/-, light weights to 20/-. Pigs.--Heavy yarding, shade easier. Heavy porkers 80/- to 90/-, medium 75/- to 85/-, light up to 70/-; porker stores 36/- to 56/-; slips 33/- to 40/-; suckers up to 36/-. Sheep.-Quality selling well. Spring lambs 26/-, plain 19/10; six-tooth ewes 17/7, full mouth 14/6; store lambs 15/3; rams 26/-. Horses.-Selling in better demand. Poultry.-Heavy yarding, selling well. Cockerels to 26/-, draklings 16/ to 27/-, colored hens 11/3 to 19/3, cock chickens to 13/6, stags 12/-, c...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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No Invitation LABOR BRANCH PROTESTS TO COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

- No Invitation LABOR BRANCH- PROTESTS TO COUNCIL. .At Monday's 'Healesville' Council meeting the following complaint was received from the Healesville branch of. the Australian Labor Party: "We desire to know the reason or reasons why the Healesville Shire Council was not represented at the Austerity dance featured in the Memo rial Hall recently, in support of the Austerity Loan. An invitation was sent to..the shire president some days prior to the function, and in our opin ion it was his duty to appoint a coun cillor to take his place in his absence. . The meeting said it was a dis grace to the Shire of Healesville to think that a member of the Prime Minister's Cabinet should visit here and not be met by local authorities." Cr. Cameron (president) said he had no recollection of receiving a personal invitation, or any other. The secretary said no invitation had been received in the shire office. The President: It was stated in the paper that we would rush to meet Mr. Menzies if he ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Wanted—A Shire Secretary [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

1 Wanted-A Shire Secretary V- (Continued from page 1) Cr. Dawborn spoke of a recommen dation he had to the president, to the effect that Mr. McDonald (an auditor) be asked to take the position, aided by Miss Layland. He could come up once a week and check up and sign documents. Mr. Scott was paid £3/ J/ a visit, and Mr. McDonald could be paid the same, with a retaining fc2 of £10/10/- per month, and could he giv en the help of a good clerk-typist. A man qualified as a municipal auditor should be able to do the work of a shire secretafry., Mi. McDonald would cost about £25 a month, which was cheap. Mr. Hewson ventured to remark that the award rate for part-time work of this sort was £2/2/- a day. Replying to Ci. Johnston, Cr. Daw born said another person was perma nently required in the office. The president advocated advertising for someone qualified and competent, or a person competent to supervise. "But what are we going to do in the meantime?" Cr. Johnston queried, in alarm. Coun...

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Street Brawl SATURDAY NIGHT BOX-ON WITH POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

Street Brawl -v SATURDAY NIGHT BOX-ON WITH POLICE. Flying fists, half-Nelsons and body blows below the belt characterised a clash between a soldier, a number of civilians and two members of the Healesville police force in Nicholson street soon after six last Saturday evening. The hotels had just been emp tied, and it seems everybody had their dander up. Senioe-constable Newton is said to have told a soldier and a civilian to remove themselves from a bar. Net ther of the men are said to have been drinking at the time, or to have been 'under the influence." But of course it was not playing the game for them to be "on the premises." One thing led to another, and ended up in blows and the biggest street brawl yet seen in the town. Soon the Nicholson street scene resembled the Stadium. And soon, it is said, the senior-constable was hurled to the ground, with his antagonist atop of him belting away for all he was worth. The crowd of bystanders made no at tempt to come to the senior's aid,...

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Healesville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

Healesville Notes -----------~ By Raymond S. Grove. This being the last issue for 1942, I take the opportunity of wishing my readers a Merry Christmas. May the New Year bring us brighter days. This is the first Christmas since the out. break of the present conflict, and never before in the history of Aus tralia have there been so many regu lations and rationing, even the chil dren being deprived of their festivities. No Father Christmas has been seen here this year as in previous years, but despite the times he came to many children on Christmas Eve. Soldiers on the battle field, carols, and Christmas stockings-all these things have a significance over past years. No one can judge the future, here or elsewhere. Let us go back to last New Year's eve at Healesville. Remember? Most of us were off the street by 11.30 p.m., by law. The black-out was more se vere' then than now. All motorists' lights were dimmed and it was dan gerous to be abroad. Little or no sing ing took place near the...

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The Case for Cr. Mowle [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

The Case for Cr. Mowle By the Editor. With deference and respect,. we would invite the attention of the Healesville Shire President and Coun cillors to the matter of Cr. Mowle's petitioning for the temporary appoint ment as shire secretary. After consideration of the position that has arisen, and the difficulty of overcoming it, we would urge that. Cr. Mowle be given the appoin.ment. We know there are those in oppo sition to him-even among his con freres in the council; but at the same time we would say let the past be for gotten and give this able anid ener getic gentleman a chance to live lihn orably amorqgst us, and accord him the pecuniary assistance it is fairly obvl ous he is so anxious to obt'in. It must be admitted, by 'von his most biassed critics, that Cr. Mowle has given years of good service to our shire; his heart has been bound up with our municipal affairs. This makes him eminently fitted for the position. All of us know the experience and qualifications. Putting it i...

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Water Wanted LILYDALE ROAD RESIDENT RECKON LIFE'S TOO DRY[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

Water Wanted LILYDALE ROAD REIDE RECKON LIFEgi TOO DR --V Lilydale road residents , their drinks. They want t, little water to it"'-but th .. got the water. On Monday they pe:i:iawel Healesville Water Trr:nt a, oli Open Letter to the. 1,.;aSill Water Trh.t. We long-sufferin. :;..d.- s of dale road ask how much !o0ge we to be denied one of the first tial things of life--wator? The has been bad since 1U93, and has ened greatly; so much so that w often without water. Mostly the is muddy and not fit to drink. extra permanent residents have added; also the mill. An extra was imposed on us for water w not get. We are told the real the increased rate is for depreci of plant. We know only too Well the plant has depreciated: but w flict the extra penalty, Should occur we would have no cha. fighting it.-(Signed, W. T. Cha M. Bennett, J. K. Newell, F. F. N. D. Sheills, J. Hollow, H. As R. Cantwell, W. Weston, L W= R. Rands, W. Maloney:, a, h (Miss). Healesville, 21/12/42. Trust commissioners e...

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More Police Needed BOOZE BOISTEROUSNESS MUST BE CURBED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

More Police Needed BOOZE BOISTEROUSNESS MUST BE CURBED. Last . Saturday's disgraceful street fracas had one good feature. It de monstrated the urgent need for more police protection here. No reflection is cast on our two local officers. The fact is that they have too much to cope with. Between 5 and 6 on Satur day afternoons of late it has looked as though a maelstrom might break out in the main street at any mo ment. And when the hotels disgorge their multitude at close-up time a bust up is imminent, wherein a mob of a couple of hundred, with more booze in them than they know what to do with, are likely to go on the rampage looking for stoush. . Evidently police headquarters re gard Healesville as a nice, quiet little country town where everyone is more puffed up with scenery than with "pinkie." It is a pity they could not seq it on Saturday afternoons and holidays; even ordinary mid-week evenings are bad enough, especially if aggravated by hot weather. Some of the booze brought he...

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Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

Brevities ByArline. end of Lily ents of thounced that they 03d have a even anxious-to onl hen they can get it! 0ile 0nteded that a little more Srsuggea -v ade quite a differ ight have street last Saturday Ip ,ichol On l e woe p on Christ Crtad lookel in his stock orngoly to findt that Father onl diSappIltei him. The i?'ýl'a. ted coninnu1iqut from ir anici reuesti1. his immedi jreffice V~ihe cp'acity of shire prese ciln to tcterialise. How .0 fale does not know what ,ound the corler. hildr then distinguished them T children night of last week, * ont f the ay ealesville and upil State schools presented er Crthe Memorial al l Hall. ncert confident nmanner, the people ??ndered many amusing pen 'e ztewhich were applauded ,e and friends. ir relativesalso appeared on the an.d the satisfactory proceeds t aid the Red Cross. keepers in the west end of ,pn eet have not been over during the council's distribution gifts. Astonishing quan f loose gravel are arriving ',our medium of customers' fee...

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Season's Greetings. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

Season's Greetings. We extend to our readers, adver tisers and contributors best wish es for a Happy Christmas and a Bright and Prosperous New Year. Talkie Box Plan. Box plan for the Healesville talkies will be open at "The Guardian" office all through the holidays; 'phone 91. Encouraging Response. Is it true that on Saturday last 2000 Healesville children were sandwiched into the Memorial Hall for the soldiers' free picture show? The hall is sup posed to hold 600 adults. Allowing two.kids to each adult, the hall would be filled at 1200. Where were the other S00 stowed? S.O.S. From "Sparks." From the log of Wireless Operator Keith Falconer (Badger Creek) bat tling vith atmospherics and suchlike "somewhere up North": "'Many thanks for the local paper; it makes you feel at home again reading the Healesville news. Makes me feel a bit homesick, too, reading about the dances, etc. We are beginning to have a taste of the coming wet season, and outside at presen...it is decidedly wet, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

LET THERE BE NO . 'V VAIN REGRETS Whenever you are requiring goods for intimate personal use it will pay you to visit this estab. ..-- lishment-and this is even more essential when { MEN'S TOILET & SHAVING NEEDS are being filled. Here you will find the Purest Qualities comparable with reasonable price-and it will pay you not to sacrifice quality and comfort by seeking cheaper lines. Bartold's Pharmacy I Opp. P.O., HEALESVIL E. Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress . .m-sI. ... ......I..e......l Y /. m?M--m SUPPLIES OF THESE LINES OF FOOTWEAR ARE NOW AVAILABLE Dr St, John's, HEALTH SHOES FOR LADIES Boys' Boots and Shoes Slippers and Canvas E hoetih IN ALL SIZES A. Harry Blackwood he Up-to-Date Shoemran Nicholson St. Healesville Telephone 163 . .................. ........ Healesville Furnlture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN SEE OUR SPLENDID STOCK OF NEW AND RECONDITIO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

J. FAIRBA NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 a DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE' IN THE DISTRICT * WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST -: OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? SEVERYTHING FRESH DAILY S.....u.....................................r.*.. ..u..*..................................r..............................* Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE 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 NE~W HEALESVILLE Garriyi r Service JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - r - - HIIEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE 'All Kinds of Goods Delivered Promptly, and Carefully to Any Part of the District ALL TRAINS MET LOWEST RATES CHARGED A Trial Respectfully Solicited S................................ . .................. ................................... ...............................................

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"Caucus Dictates to Australia" WRITER OUTSPOKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

"Caucus Dictates to Australia" WRITER OUTSPOKEN. Mr. Noel Monks, Australian journal. ist and Daily Mail war correspondent, outspokenly comments on the Austral ian political situation in a message from New York, where he arrived re cently after having spent several months in the Commonwealth. Mr. Monks says he gained the im pression during his visit to Australia that trade unions "were running the country and not making too happy a job of it." "This is not realised outside Austra lia, because of the rigid censorship," continues Mr. Monks. "Mr. Curtin is an honest and sincere leader, but everything in Australia is dictated by the Labor Caucus, which seemed to me on occasions to be more interested in politics than in the Japanese. "A 100 per cent. Australian war ef fort is not attainable without a nation al Government. I was appalled to see a number of brilliant Australians, such as Messrs. Menzies, Hughes and Spen der, without an opportunity of using their talent in the prosecution of...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. December 16th and 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

Market Report BOURNE PIG MARKET. December 16th and 17th. srs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. re as under: res--Were better. We sold suck 1/1/- to 31/-, slips 372/-\to 48/6, 34/- to 65/-. ers.--Choice light and medium rs sold freely at better 'values. and extra heavy pigs were at 48/- to 98/-. ckfatters. - Only lean, "choice 'ty choppers wanted. These sold y at late values. Fats and over still neglected. We sold many, g drafts for Marist Bros., Kil three to £10/1/-; Clyne Bros. Mills £9/11/- and £8/11/-, A. An two at £/99/-, H. Anderson .£9 J.H. Uren £S/14/- and £7/19/-, hagen Farm to £8/9/-, H. Bur £7/19/-, three G. C. Meier to etc., etc. aners.-Choicest summer weight era sold readily at firm values: and overfats not wanted except v"alues. We topped market for plen John Campbell, vfive 'at £5 t, t Jimmy Still. Then three' M. eat £5/15/6, four A. Anderson at 1i/6, seven J. G. Homewood at £5 6, five P. J Elliott to £5/19/-, six E. Owen to £5/1/-, 98 Andrew to 15/9/- (a marvellous draft), T. Pl...

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Racing. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

Racing Selections for Flemington on Satur day are as follow: -Christmas Hurdle. Lord Jevington ............................ 1 W hirlaway .................... ........ 2 V irile ................................. ..... 3 Stradbroke Stakes. R ed A lder ................................... 1 Tony Masin .................. .... .... 2 Gay Gown ................. ........... 3 Standish Handicap. E l R eo ............ ... .... ...... .. 1 O rteli .................. ......... .. .........._ 2 P hoines .................. .... ..... . . ... .. 3 Patriotic Handicap. Lemact . ......... ..... ...... . i Reply Paid .................. .- 2 Maniototo ...................... 3 Bagot Handicap. Sir Romeo ... ...... .- - 1 Mac Rob .................~... - 2 St. Warden .. .....-.... ...... 3 Welter Handicap. First Division. Inspector Scott .......... - - 1 Sunrocks ..... ...... . ... ... .. 2 Vergure ...._.._ ..... ... . ._ .. - 3 Second Division. Prihce David . - -- 1 Lucille ...-- - 2 Sunshine Boy . . - 3<...

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Wanted—A Shire Secretary HEALESVILLE'S DILEMMA. CR. MOWLE BIDS HIGH FOR THE PRIZE; BUT SOMEHOW HE CAN'T GET THE CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

Wanted--A Shire Secretary IIEALESVILLE'S DILEMMA. CR. MOWLE BIDS HIGH FOR THE PRIZE; BUT SOMEHOW HE CAN'T GET THE CARDS. Interest at Monday's Healesville Shire Council meeting was spotlighted on. who would get the position of shire secretary, following Mr. R. G. Hew son's bombshell resignation. On the surface our municipal sponsors appear ed placid enough, but an undercurrent of trepidation was obvious to anyone with only half an eye. Cr. Mowle had publicly advertised his designs on the appointment, and while he may have had some weak-kneed support in some quarters, in others the betting was 5 to 1 against him. . But even yet he may turn the truck. The comedy was enacted with the greatest decorum. Some councillors veterans at that-expressed astonish ment that the vacancy had occurred, although it has been the prime topic of Nicholson street folk for the past fort night. Others were equally thunder struck that Cr. Mowle should meta phorically haul in the "Help Wanted" sign from the f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

BUSIUf fNOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or Sproperties in Healesville and ading Districts should consult J. DAWBORN eal Estate and Business Agent Property !Salesman SKinds of Insurance Effected Refistrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 You will be wise to see the sew Footwear shown here. The season's authentic styles all occa;(olt are included in our fine stock. Many unique designs in shoes with definite style appeal ire here at very reasonable price. MacDonald's SHOE STORE SNiholson St., HEALESVILLE. 8OLICITORS Mullett &amp; Langford SOLICITORS ILICITORS and COMMI3ISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. \ 95 COLLINS ST., MHENELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR ErALESVILLE OFFICE Pierce and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY lell Telephones, l39 -" . MU 4360 In these times brilliant and ornamental lighting defeats austerity and consumes much:needed electricity. All non-essent ial lighting should be switched off. Al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 December 1942

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the EAROONDAI-I TEA ROOMS Dates are as follow: SATURDAY, JANUAIRY 9th SATURD)AY, .JANUARY 2:lrd SATURDAY, FEISIlUAIY uth SATURDAY, FEIBIIUARIY 20th SATURDAY, AI:\ICII 6th Ii SATURDAY, MARCHI 20th City Address: iL L LSTON BUILDINGS 12 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: central 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY TIIURSDAY 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 THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER OLIVE' AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 'All 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 inter...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

Croydon Market -V There was a better demand all round at the. Croydon market on Moh day, and prices were good. Milking cows brought £15, heifers £16/5/-, stale £7/17/6; springing cows £105/-, heifers £11/10/-; backward cows £9, yearling heifers £5/10/-, store bullocks £10/5/-, store cows £6, fat bullocks. £13/10/-, fat cows £1/10/-, heifers £12/5/-, beefy cows £11/2/6, choppers. £6/5/- to £8/12/6, crackers to £5110/-, heavy bulls, small, £5/5/-. Calves.--Good yarding, and prices good. Large vealers £10, small £5 to £6/15/-; calves 55/- to 85/-. small 35/ to 50/-, light weights 25/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 75/- to 95/-, medium 70/- to 80/-, light up to 65/-; chopping sows SO!-: porker stores 32/6 to 52/6, slips 30/- to 37/6, suck ers up to 32/6. Poultry.-Quality selling well. Cock erels 21/6, draklings 22/-, colored hens 15/10, cock chickens 12/9, stags 11/-, chickens 9/9, chicks 3/-, pullets 15/3. hen and chickens 19/-, drakes 11/6, ducks 12/6, ducklings 16/-, geese 20/-, goslings 2./-...

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Soldier's Mother Writes To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

Soldier's Mother Writes .---.-v To the Editor. Si,--As a reader of your paper, would you kindly grant me space to correct the writer of the soldicr versus police brawl last week. This soldier has just returned from abroad. In the first place. he is not a pinkie drinker: secondly, the Healesville police never entered the soldier's home, nor did the Healesville police arrest this soldier. Neither did the Hcalesville police or any other police yank this soldier out of bed dressed as a woman. This sol dier went at his own free will to the police station. The police never saw the soldier until he was willing to go, down and hbe charged for what was no fault of his own. He was taken by mistake far another A.I.F. boy. We don't mind paying for the truth. Yours, etc., "THE SOLDIER'S MOTHER." Hcalesville, 29/32/42. (No mention was made in our ar ticle of any particular person drink.. ing "pinkie."-Editor.) - -u u n n.mnnu umn

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