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

-4-----,, Thanks To the Editor. 6IA nominee of the Merchant Patriotic Fund in the recent Mr.. rine Competition to aid the allan Comforts Fund, I desire to ed to your good self and residents Halesvile my warmest thanks for *uiport given me in the compe u It was indeed a keen compe ý and it was gratifying to see the ificent result from such a band mnPetitors, who in turn have done l that will long be a memory, to such a great cause. While it would Scolumn to mention all I wish th0k, I would like to extend spe Cranks to Mr. Hodges, the hospi 'mnittee, Mr. A. E. ,Kestle and J. Furmston. Thanking you, Mr. 'YOurs, etc., ulib RAYMOND S. GROVE. boure, 7/8/44.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Airman Scores Direct Hit [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

Healesville Airman Scores D'rect Hit Recently "The Argus" gave the fol lowing account of the sinking of an enemy freight by Flight-Sgt. Peter I'Ik ht.tiI. 1'I:'I'1:Ii IIIIC'I IXýi Hocking: "Diving through ack-ack fire, R.A.A.F. Mit chell bombers de stroyed a 1,000 ton enemy freigh ter at anchor ill Dili harbor, Por guesc Timor, on Thursday. Two hombs dropped by Flight-Sgt. Pe ter Hocking, of I-ealesville scored direct hits, and the ship burst asunder after ter rific explosions." Flight-Sgt. Hocking is the son of Mr. A. E. Hocking, a former chair man of the "Countryman" and. chief. president of the United Coutry party. Prior to enlistment Flight-Sgt. ITock. i',g vas in charge of his father's pro. perty at Healesville. An elder brother, Pilot-Officer Douglas Hocking, is also on active service overseas. Writing of the incident, Flight-Stg. Hocking ,said: "Yesterday we got a lush job at dinner time. To cut a long story' s'hit, we went out, 'found the ship, got shot up a bit, but blew th...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

BUSINiISF NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and nding' Districts should consult J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Dealths OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'phone Heales. 42 that TheBig Thing about these Shoes is that they look right, feel right, give satis hction, and save money for they last longer. Every ting Fashionable in Men's Footwear is here at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. jt MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nlcholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITOIR ullett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS cl., S.A., and Tas. COLLINS ST., MELBOURBNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILL. OFFICE and Bradsha?w's Buildings --tween the hours of 3 p.m. - an? 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY t) Telephones:.. 39 MU 434 MEMORIAL HALL ([J TALK!IES To-Night, Saturday Brian Aherne and Rosalind Russell -.in.-. "MY SISTER EILEEN" (X) "MY SISTER EILEEN" (X) "MY SISTER EILEEN" (X) "MY...

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

IR. H. STOCK { UVlWEUN-DENTIST V Yr'S HEALESVILLE I Byw UATURDAY FORTNIGHT ( at the ui MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, AUGUST 19th I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th [L City Address: : LSTON BUILDINGS kI1 ELIZABETH STREET +· 'Phones: CsUtrl $7 Healeaville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SBGCEON-DEENTIST L ? BALACLAVA ROAD 14. CAULFIELD IE rvm L A.LESVILLE EVERY TL HURSDAY 1 p.m. till 5.30 Li, bOy Speeial Appointment 11 AT RARTOLD'S PHARMACY 1 Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROM]PTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 ! ?11 Klnda of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE .· TFILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Prile, 6/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest. All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 115 BOURSE ST., MELB...

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

SKestle & Newton PAINT Si= y: 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 Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD--EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE : MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought HIGHEST PRICES GIVEI I,. We QuAte Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed .................. ..... This Week's Seasonable Suggestions: JELLY CRYSTALS, all Flavors no limit). Also in 1 lb. and 14 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-Kia Ora Lemon, Raspberry, Orange, Fifty-Fifty. CORDIAL EXTRACTS, in all Flavors. SMALL GOODS (Coupon Free).-Pressed Beef, Pork Brawn, Strasbourg Sausage, Beef Sausage, Frankfurts, Sausages, Savy eloys, Rabbits, Veal and Tongue Loaf, Cooked E...

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PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

PRODUCTION. The remark by the Prime Minister (Mr. Curtin) that large and powerful British forces would become available in the Pacific war theatre this year, made during his speech in moving the Address-in-Reply in the Federal Par liament, has a deep significance for everyone in Australia. Not only does it engender fresh hope of an increas ed tempo in the march to Tokio, but it brings home the need for every ef fort on the home front towards a speedy victory. The Prime Minister also said that there were leeways to be made up in our economic life, and that some part of the physical equip ment for the maintenance of our war effort had to have strength added to I it. He went on to indicate that he had arranged what should be the ex tent of our production allocated for export, as part of the understanding reached during his overseas discus sions. These statements indicate that the Government is making a very real effort, while maintaining Australia's fighting forces at a level which wil...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Shire Council ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

Healesville Shire Council ENGINEER'S REPORT. t last council meeting Mr. Scott -rtcd: rtaio drainage matters cannot be further reported on, as a ruling are legal aspect is required, which vresult in further investigation on e C.R.. has allotted a Federal irant of £1400, plus £5i0 shire con on. for the old Toolangi-Mount road. A brief specification and of the site will probably satisfy R.B. requirements, provided that t~ire foreman and I shortly make *int inspection of the road, and e alignment and fix grades on the a ubdivisional plan of part Crown I 3,ent 5, section 1, parish of cedale, has been submitted to me eramination by Mr. D. H. Oliver, used surveyor, on behalf of Mrs. or, The site of these four lots is ,en Healesville-Alexandra main dand Smith street, bounded on the th by Airlic lane. The subdivision been examined by me and check for drainage easements, which have Kn provitled Sft. wide on north side block. The proposed subdivision is isfactorY. Examination fees have ,n paid...

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Healesville Hospital ANNUAL MEETING REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 August 1944

:Healesville Hospital ANNUAL MEETING REPORTS. Mr. R. R. Cochran (secretary) re ported: • During the year the number of pa tients admitted etas 176; 'six less than last year, but 71 more' than our first year, 1941. 'Of the- total nurriber ad mitted 49 per cent. were members (compared witl 36" per cent., last year), showing that the, hospital has been used by a- larger proportion of members this' year. The: number of out-patients treated was: 25b;, com pared 'with- 2.17 in 1943 and 81 in 1941, still furthcir proof, should any: be necessary, that our hospital has beon a decided acquisition to this dis-: trict. The' nuinber of members finan cial and eligible for treatment is 250, while the daily bed average for the: year, was 5.7, compared 'with 6.77 in 1i43 and-3.55 in 1941. This year we, had 8 deaths, 6 general and 2 prema ture babies. The number of baby: health visits paid by mothers with babies was 244, as against 233 in 1943 and 75.in 1941. This increase' can' only be attributed to...

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Fracas at Public Hall DANCE BECOMES A ROUGH HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

Fracas at Public Hall DANCE BECOMES A ROUGH HOUSE. The stage of the Yarra' Junction public hall, where an orchestra was peacefully catering for the enjoyment of dancers on the night of Saturday, July. :29,. would, seem to have been turned into a miiiature battle ground, with a group of Albanians and some local young men' in the iole of op= posing combatants. 'In this brief in ternational conflict, it was alleged, the Albalians used sticks as offensive weapons, but this they denied when, at the Warburton court last week, charges were laid against Ronald Gor 8on Frankland and Norman Long, of unlawfully ý assaultirig' an *Albanian, {-ysen: Abidinit, farmer,, of Yarra Junction, who called three fellow countrymen, Abdyl Gani, Ismahl Hoxha and Sami Osman, in support of the charge. The cases were taken separately, and the hearing occupied the whole of the court day, but the gist of the story told by Abidinit-whose evi dence was not al~hays distinct---as that some:time about eleven on the '...

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The Referendum (Continued from previous page) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

The Referendum (Continued from previous page) Farmers who feared planned econo ýý should remember that under Go ent control farmers had paid S6, nnV of of mortgages and over r!ft Control of marketing had al dradit proved its value to them. It re* only monopolists who feared con Sof monopolies, which were the worst enemies of private enterprise nd spelt the extermination of small jfinesses. We would surely all be 0agreenient over the need for nation a.care of aborigines, of health, and national undertakings such as irri ation, forestry and prevention of soil erosion. In 1io:r Mr. Menzies had brought orWarCd a scheme of eight points for Schange in the Constitution, and de elared that whenever a chance of re ,ising the Constitution occurred peo ple went temporarily Insane and in vited others to vote No. ites McRae concluded by urging the audience to sanely consider the situation, to make sure that Australia advanced into complete nationhood by voting "Yes." (Authorised by J. Bruce, Mr....

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. August 9 and 10. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. August 9 and 10. Everything was to the satisfaction of pig breeders at Mcessrs. T. Shaw Logan's session at the Melbourne pig market last week. This astute firm handled the "tops" in baconers, and got good prices all round, as their re port substantiates: Stores.-Keenly sought at high 'value, 16/- to 1-i/-, 415/- to S(/-. Porkers.-A keen enquiry for all classes, prices very high. Our best 70/- to £5/12/6. Backfatters. - Steady competition for all classes at late rates. We 'sold drafts for A. Proll £11/I/-, H. Red ford £9/4/-.. 'lan Gray £9/11/-, H. Hall £8/14/-, Albert Brown £8/11/-, W. T. Lewis five to £s/6/-, T. Gaw 8S/4/-, H. Slattery £S/10/-, H. May berry fS/1;/-, and many more. Baconers.-A buoyant market for best descriptions. " We had an excep tionally fine run, including the fo' lowing "tops":-Five for Holloway Bros., absolute top of. market at £7 17/6; E. O'Connor £7/13/6i; W. R. Smerdon £7/13/0, WV. H. Harley £7 13/0, H. Louden £7/l13/;, H...

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TWO GENERALS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

TWO GENERALS Only a few days after the fall Rome the invasion of WVestern E ope, for which all the world had waiting, began. The Command . Chief, to whose strategy the woe owes the victories in Italy, is Gene Sir Harold Alexander. Who is as d ing and unconventional as he is h liant. His offers apply the same scription to General Sir L. , Montgomery, Conmander-i in-Cef the group of Allied armies whih now fighting its way towards p It was the quick mind of GeneralAl ander that forced the enemn' to pass Rome, which city was thus sa from destruction. His daring :trat: inflicted on the Germans one of severest defeats of the war, and served for the world the Pric( heritage of Rome. It is General :l gomery's quick mind which conti ally catches the enemy on the wr foot and strikes where least expe ed. Both generals have an ex knowledge and skill, and each, wi his plans, gives himself room to a daring and unexpected moves. story is told of Montgomery, duri the advance from El Alamein to T ol...

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Christian Citizenship. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

Chrlstian Citizenship. Preaching at WVarhurton last Sun day. the Rev. Nash said that a Chris tian must not neglect his duty as a citizen of an earthly state, or, on the other hani, keep his Christian belief as, sonething separate from the af fairs of this life. In all his duties during the week, in his business and city ii.', the Christian acted in ar. cordance with the principles learnt from a study of God's word on Sun day and applying the teachings of his Master to all everyday affairs of life. Apply this to natior.:l problems. Soon vie would be called unon- to vote upon questions whidh would have grave consequences for the future of our country. Thinking these over, the Clhristian citizen did not say "How is this going to' affect ome, my pocket, 'my interests and m;y section of the community?" but "How are these things going to affect the well-being of the nation as a whole? Are they going to make the country a better place, the task of government easier, the future of the child...

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Football LILYDALE v. POWELLTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

Football LILYDALE v. POWELLTOWN. Another victory went Lilydale's way last Saturday, when engaged Powell town. After the mill men had mat ters all their own way in the first quarter; they subsided to such an ex tent in the second that Lilydale had a lead of almost four goals at half time. The third quarter was interesting to a degree, the point difference in the scores being in Powelltown's favor. In the last bout, however, Lilydale had the bulk of the play, and the game ended: Lilydale, I) goals 14 behinds. Powelltown,.4 goals 12 behinds.

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Supper at Suzanne's. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

Supper at Suzanne's. Mrs. J. Oakley, proprietress, notifies that Suzanne's Cabin, Fernshaw road, will re-open for suppers on Saturday next, August 26.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

...Lend or Spend ýE WASTEFUL SPENDING OF SURPLUS INCOME BREEDS BLACK MARKETS 2 The Treasurer, . J. y i A t wasteful spend SH id: Uness b ye to your money Every penny you spend, unless for essentials, hinders Australia's war effort. It wastes manpower and raw materials. Often it helps black markets to grow, and thus takes money and effort away from the drive to Victory. Work--save all you can, and lend your savings to Australia. Make an advance subscription now to the Second Victory r Loan at any Bank, Savings Bank or Stockbroker. FOMSTORY 1N ROY- ON :r, , ,,ET • m . . ALLAN .BROWN, Auctioneer GALES ' CATTLE, PIGS, SHEET, POULTR money and effort aw All Classes Ldrive Stok Auctoned e all yo can, and Clearing and Furniture Sales a Specialty erbscription now t ron and Implements. Loan at any Bank, Savings Bank.30.-Horses, Harness and Vehicles 12 noon.-Poultry. ke n Adv 12.Suckers, Slips Stores, Sows. 1 p.m.-Porkers Baconers and Bacuctonee fatter:.. CATT1 30.- Vealrs, Calves, Milking Cow...

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Red Cross Calls the Roll. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

Red Cross Calls the Roll. Red Cross "Roll Call" gives every one an opportunity.to take his or her share of the responsibility in the plans for peace. When that time comes the Red Cross will play its part in the re habilitation of men and women of the fighting forces, and of, prisoners of war returning to their home land. Throughout August enrolment bu reaux have been established in every city, town and village, and at every shire and town hall. Menibershrp Is 2/-, and badges are 1/- each.

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The Referendum ORDERLY MARKETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

The Referendum ORDERLYMARlKETIN-G If it were not for section -2 of Constitution there would he not to prevent organised marketing by Comhlonwealth in peace timn by the only barrier in the way. This stumbling block will still there whether farmers vote "Yes'" "No" at the referendum, for the v simple reason that the lropoud of the Commonwealth proposals taken no action whatever to rem the obstacle from the path oof rd marketing. cr Hrd the Comrmonwealth had idea of giving practical effect to professed desire to help the prod, in the way of organised marketing first act and deed when framing referendum proposals should h been to seek an amendment of sect 92. But instead of that it has left sect'on intact to constitute, as Evat'has put it, a "perpetual men to any scheme for compulsory i tctiing of primary products.' Seeing that the Commonwealth done nothing to remove the "perp aasl mnenace," It is impossible to how the farmer can hope to gain a thing by voting "Yes" at the ref endum. Th...

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Fracas at Public Hall (Continued from page 3) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

Fracas at Pb Ha1l (Continued from page 3) William Sanderson stnid :>e also saw sticks being used. The P.M. (Mr. XVilkinrs) rcalled the Albanians and questioned them. They denied having used sticks, and said they saw no one at all with a stick. The P.M. said there was some evi dence that Franklnd st:uck Abidinit, but the Bench was not pr.epared to accept the evidence that sticks were not used. Too many witnesses had I sworn that they were ch.ployed. The only evidence the Bench could accept was that defendant saruck Abidinit, but defendant had swo:n t'at he did not, so it was a case 'ir one witness against another. The case against Frankland would be dismissed. Defendant Long, in ev:dence, stat ed that when he entered the hall through the back door Gani hit him with his fist. When he (Long) re covered he defended himself. He was hit with the leg of a chair, over the head. He did not strike Abidinit and had no intention of striking him. Sticks were freely used that night. To the sen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 August 1944

BUSINI 0 NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or Pg roperties in Healesville and ending' Districts should consult J. . DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar'for Births and Deaths CHOLSON ST., IHEALESVILLE '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. SOLICITORS Iullett & Langford SOLICITORS 'TORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. COLLI:NS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE ce and Bradshlwv's Buildings Betwe,? the '!,urs of 3 p.m. and ;t p.m. EVERY THIUTySDAY Telephones: .;' I 9 g T5 4346 MEMORIAL HALL !i TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Rosalind Russell and Fred Murray ii "FLIGHT FOIL FREEDOM" (G) "FLIGHT FOIL FIREEDOM" (G) "FLIGHT FOR ...

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