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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

DENTISTS LL MR. H. STOCK (1i BSURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE 1 VyRRY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the ji MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, SEPTFýMBER 2nd SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th L. ~ City Address: [.. ALSTON BUILDINGS [ 2 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: entral 2507 - Healeaville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST S 21, BALACLAYA ROAD CAULFIELD l ,VIs EALE8VILVLE EVERY L THURSDAY L,. 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS 0ELIWVEED PROMPTLY TO ANY i PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 ! 1l .Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES---WHY WORRY? ' Write E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS i FOR ALL FEMALE ' WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Speelal, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men Sand Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 185 BOURBE ST., MELB. Cen...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Thanks To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

Thanks To the Editor. Sir,--The committee of the Middle Park Free Kindergarten would appre ciate a little of your valuable space to thank the citizens of Healesville. A donation of wattle was gratefully received by us for use on Wattle Day, August 11, thanks to the ass?stance of Miss Mary, Phillips and Mr. Dyson. Also, at various times during the last two year's money and donations have been sent to us. Hoping you will he able to help us exprert our very sin cere thanls.-Yours, etc., MRS. V. HOWE,, Hon. Secretary. L -

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Old Friends Meet To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

Old Friends Meet To the Editor. Sir,-This may make a little news item for you. Having my holiday rest among my relations, and not having ,petrol to go on my usual trip to Ocean Grove, I am compelled to put in time amid the city bustle. Coming out from the city in a tram, two of our sol diers got in, and among the hundreds in the city one only takes a glance. My surprise was when one addressed me, asked the usual questions, then told me who he was-Basil Phillips. I -was delighted to see him looking so well, happy and contended. We had a very pleasant talk until he got off. Many of his friends will be glad to hear of him. He told me that it was eight years since he left Healesville. Another surprise for me was when our former neighbor, 1Mr. Murray, late of "Le Chateau," also got on while Basil was with me. Our people will be glad to know that he is doing well, and looking well. He now has charge of Ruwolt's cafeterlas, two big cater ing buildings for Ruwolt's 1000 em ployees. He has t...

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No Dark Blinds To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

No Dark Blinds -4--- To the Editor. Sir,-Mr. Dawborn's statement in his letter to the "Guardian," 19/8/44, that I had a new water service to my premises, free of cost to me or other wise, is quite wrong. In fact, I was connected to the new main with a rusty old corroded half-inch pipe that had served Mrs.' Reed's property op posite me for the last 30 years, and I was in a bad way for water. But for tunately, the pipe' was so completely rotten that shortly after the job was done I busted it and started .to wash out the foundation of the road, and the local plumber had to attend and dig right across the bitumen, and put things right with the only piece of pipe he could get. Mr. Frank John stone will bear me out in this state ment. ' Mr. Dawborri then goes on to say, "Oh, boy! Ain't;w (b funny?" I'll say! But I didn't appreciate this funny little joke. If I .knew where I could buy some piping I would apply for per mission to instal a' new service. With regard to payments for work and l...

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Prominent Citizen DEATH OF MR. W. H. ANDREW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

Prominent Citizen Dý'TH OF MR. V. H. ANDREVW. le legret to record the death of . iillial Henly Andrew, which sad trt occu.rred at his residence, "Nean ., Healesville, on WVednesday, fol a hcartseizure. Shortly after 1a from bed in the morning Mnr. vi*re suffered a heart attack. .He 1lned to bed and remained there ia'., antd died about 10 o'clock at SHe was aged 72 years, and iv tied by Mts. Andrew and a fam fire. to whom, with other mem of the bereaved, the deepest sym tv of the Healesville community is ,,ended. M1r. Andrew was one of our most , esteemed residents-the type of 'zete this district can ill afford to e For many years he was in busi Sas a chemist in Nicholson street, eing proprietor of the old-establish ipharmacy that was afterwards con ncted by the late Mr. Roy Whiting, ., now by iMr. R. R. Cochran. After retirement Mr. Andrew often dis e.ied in the pharmacy in the absencd 3.?essr'. Whiting or Cochran, whiph rvice he continued till the last. Mr. Andrew came to Healesvil...

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Croydon Marke[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

Croydon Marke -4--·-- All classes of cattle were in d at Monday's market. Milking cows brought £15, £12/10/-, , stale . £8/10/-; sp cows £111101-, heifers £11/5/ ward cows £9; yearling heifers 100/-; store cows £6 to £7/5i/ heifers £6/15/-; fat cows £1 heifors £15/15/-; choppers 17/ £9/12/6; crackers to £6; dal £8. Calves.--Large vealers iS/ £12/5/-, small £6 to £S/15/.; £2/12/6 to £5/2/6, small 14/6 t light weights to 20/6. Pigs-Heavy porkers 93/6 to medium :80/6 to 89/6, light baconers to 140/6, bacon ston toqS/6:; porkers 48/6: slips I 41/6; suckers 22/6 to 31/6. -Sneep. - Two-tooth wethers 'four-tooth ewes 28/-, full mou0 lambs--wioolly to 21/-, shorn ;15/6, plain 21/9 to 22/3. Poultry. - Cockerels 23/6, chicks 18/9, white chickens 4/ .19/-, - draklings 26/6, duckling ducks 15/3, drakes 16/6, ds ducklings 41/- colored hell white hens 15/3, large peil amall 16/9, laying hens 22/6, 3/- to 6/6, h~n and chicks'21 tam hens 6/3. Horses.-Medium farm sor light. delivery £10, jinker pen ...

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The Water War To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

The Water War To the Editor. Sir,--Ma.k Twain in his later years arked that one should "get the Is first, then you can distort 'em much as you please." Without facts, even if they have to distorted, no enterprise can be suc sfully launched. It is abundantly r that the future development of better supply of water to Healesville lat be guided by facts, and not .by bstantiated theories. If future ens are to be guided by past ex rdence, it is essential that the guides those who are trained in drawing ect and practical conclusions. fned men are required by such pro The wordy warfare carried on in paper columns may be of interest thbse concerned, but it gets us. no re. Get on with the job.-Yours, "MORE WATER." IRealesville, 20/8/44.

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School Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

School Notes "'Philosophy' and an 'intellectual attitude' are high sounding terms; yet their rudiments are within the powers of any school child-to find work in teresting, to see the difference be tween fact and fiction, and to acquire an outlook, a habit of mind, a sense of values, an insight into the science of good and. evil, which will later ripen into a rational conviction. The fundamental task of education is to put into the mind some idea of what these things are, some desire to put sue them. An education that does this is a success: an education that does less is a failure."-Sir R. Livingstone, Oxford University, in "Education For a World Adrift." .'Arraligements are well in hand for the .proposed Education Week (Octo ber 25 to 'November 2). A special committee has been set up in Mel bourne, add. is-composed of represen 'atives of both State and registeredl schools, I atiolial Fitness Association, etc. It has. the blessing of the Premier anid the Minister of Education. More ...

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Football YARRA JUNCTION DEFEAT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

Football YARR. JUNCTION DEFEAT I ILYDAL'. At Yarra Juncffon last Sat:i'day. Lilydale found the homest ers tco good and had their run of succ'- ;.?.- r .int rupted. It was in the early stages that the Junction got their winning advantage. In the first term, thanks to poor use of opportunities by the Lilydale for wards, they put on a good lead by re cording 4 goals neat to 1.7. The sec ond term saw them all triumphant, as Lilydale had no answer at all to the Junction's 4 goals 1 behind. But, after the half-time spell, Lily dale had had enough of playing sec ond fiddle in a minor way, and set out to try to retrieve the position. They I did so only in part, but had the call over their adversaries by scoring 4.1 to 2.1 in the third term, and 4.0 to 3.0 ) in the last, which left the final tallies I at: Yarra Junction, 13 goals ' behinds. . Lilydale, 9 goals 8 behinds. The winners were best served by N. Long, H. Mitchell, J. le Poidevin, P. Dwyer, J. Crowley and L. Rule, and the losers by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

[fOUIe *i FfUORITES..** Cinger was born Virginia Katherine McMath lilly 16th in Missouri. She won a Charleston *Ontett at 14 and stage. offers poured in. Ginger mother Lela, decided that she would tilde her daughter's career, and the shrewd sinris woman has done so ever since. From u beginning she has rise s. to top rankin angr with an "Oscar" to ter credit-Star oh auly. coeh dy and even meuican comedy. heo *a rnct married to Law Ayres. in 1943 she net john Brggs and married hir. Inouadditon int her h0 in Beverly Crest. she owns a 1000 id ha o dau hte stars. Iay Milnd, Jtn Hal andr ihre brinnd i h hair ri n tand o to reln IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO EVERY FARMER IN THE LILYDALE AND YARAIiVALLEY DISTRICTS , Service Station at LILYDALE OPENED FOR UTJSERS OF INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS, McCORMICK. DEERING TRACTORS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS " 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,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

r":HI~:::::::::::" ::::::.::::::::- BARTOLD'S :P.!! !i~iiiiEiiliillill?BARTOLD'S g··ll hi"H::: .::.............. . MILK OF MAGNESIA ?. .. .amnUmm ummmmuummmEumhuEmu . That is- what Mother gives Me . and wise mother tee, beeanae 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 digestion and elim Inlatie biliousness, etc. ar a large boule from BARTAbL'S PIAR.ACY J?ilp. 1'ob, vilfke, HEA\LESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hlours, Phone 2). ,LIanagnress, I:ISS E., 1l. MIcDONALD i'·l"...... ................ . .............. .......... ...... -... ....."?* . ....."..."...." " " -- -- -- - - -- •- • • - Public Norfice ALVX CHRISTIE . STILL SELLS TIIE BEST.- QUALITY 1%1 AT AT TILE LOWEST I'RICESI . OUR VALUE and PRTCES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYVWHERE All Stock Is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most up-to-date In Victoria . * " PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES .*... ...................... The...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. August 16 and 17. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

Market Report IMELBOURNE PIG RMARKET. August 11i and 17. More "tops" for Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. this week. Their ses sions are booming, as the following re port will bear out: Stbres.-Small pigs better, heavy sorts 5/- to 6/- lower. Porkers.-Lighter descripttons firm, heavy sorts 6/- lower. Backfatters.-Irregular. We 'had a great sale, including two J. Lloyd £13 4/- to and £12/1/-, W. Thornton 'at £12/1/-, A. D. Schweicher at £if/19/L, two J. Johnston at £11/11/-, A.* H. Morrow at £10/19/-, M.' Downes at £Ql/16/-, Harbeck and Johnson at £9 14/-,, Clyne Bros. and Schilg .two at £8/15/-, 'etc. Baconers.-Heavy sorts 6/- easier. Best curers' sorts shade easier. We had a wonderful sale,' including nine absolute "tops"' for F. and C. Cole man at £7/10/6, second' top five G. Holloway at £7/12/6; three M. V. Pe terson at £7/11/6, T. Dunstan £7/9/-, eight G.4 Cribbes at £6/19/6, six T. Reitar at £6/ls/6, three W. Thornton at '£G/18/6, eight J. Johnston at' £0 10/6, eleven Fred Sunderm...

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The Man On the Land Fodder Conservation. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

The Man On the Land Fodder Coriserv-ation. Extremely dry conditions in north ern and north-wedtoi'n Victoria have caused an ahnormal demand on the limited reserves of .'fodder, and al though these reserves have been aug mented by imporftion of chaff from New South Wales and Tasmania, the total quantity aivailable is inadequate to meet even urgent requirements. So once more we are forced to give seri ous consideration to increased storage in order to nieet such contingencies. Drought conditions have resulted not only in an increased demand, but in a total or partial failure of the cur rent season's crops. The Victorian Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Martin, is therefore urging that farmers in the more favored districts should plan to harvest the greatest possible quantity of cereal and pasture hay that their :facilities will permit. The provision of more adequate reserves on farms in southern Victoria would allow portion of the fodder normally diverted to that area to be made available...

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Healesville Bowling Club ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

Healesville Bowling Club - ? e- -- ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of, the Heales ville Bowling Club was attended by a majority of last year's members. Cr. Pollard presided in lieu of Cr. Came ron. Mr. Adam was unanimously re-elect ed as president; Messrs. Blackburn, Tozer and Rutzou vice-presidents; Mr. D: L. Bartholomew was re-appointed secretary and treasurer; and Messrs. MIurn, Errington, Fairbank, and Pol lard were elected to the committee. Messrs. Errington, Blackbufiri and Bai'tholomew were appointed as han dicap and match committee, and Messrs. Tozer, Pockett and Blackburn greens committee. Cr. Pollard gave a report on the activities of the council in preparing the green for the forthcoming season. Donations for trophies were prom ised on behalf of the following:- Messrs. J. Tozer, J. Pollard, "Golf House," £2/2/- each; A. Raff ahd H. Rutzou, £1/1/- each; andVMr. Phelan, a championship cup. The opening date was fixed tenta tively-for early in October. The shire ,president...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

, The World's News Seen Through THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An Iniernational Daily Newspaper. is Truthful-Constructive-Unbiased-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. Australla end New Zealand Bureaut 46 Pitt St., Sydney, Australia. Please enter my subeeription to The Christian Science Monitor for a period of I year S12.00 6 months $6.00 3 months 33.00 1 month $1.00 Saturday iasue, inelsdig Magazine Section: I year 52.60, 6 Imsues 25e hNam. " AddreI Samptle Copy on Request " Lt..... .. . . ..... .................. Kestle & Newtonr A PAINT GOOD STOCK ON HAND, ASSORTED COLORS CEMENT RIDGING, GUTTERING and DO1WN-PIPES East End Timber Yard rernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) 'Phone Healeasville 22 . . . ............. ...................

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Words at Healesville To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

Words at Healesville -4---: To the Editor. Sir,--In the streets of any town re are to be seen amusing exam of advertising which create smiles sometimes a little cynical humor. lesville can claim its share. Here some to go on with: Painted on the front wall of one e which displays in black letters commodities for sale, are these fling words: "Spiders Milk." Punc tlon would have given the meaning hich was obviously intended. Here is another which has created Usement and many facetious re r}s:--Covering the whole of a win of a shop is a large banner that forms those who pass by that it is a headquarters of a. certain organi tin. Under the banner are these ords: "Ox Beef," "Wether Mutton," 'air Fed Pork." These words were tended to intimate the class of goods hich the former occupant had for e. Now that attention has been di ed to it, no doubt the organisation 1 take the obvious action to show it has no connection with "Beef," Ptton" or "Dairy Fed Pork." People often don't mean what the...

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Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, AUGUST 24. (Before Mr. Wilkins, P.M.) LARCENY CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 August 1944

Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, AUGUST 24. (Before Mr. Wilkins, P.M.) LARCENY CHARGE. Robert Haydon Barnard, Evelyn grove, Healesville, was charged with the larceny of a generator from Kestle and Newton's on the night of August 12. He pleaded guilty. William J. Kestle, in evidence, said that the generator was in his Bed- ford truck parked outside his firm's business premises at 6.30 p.m. on Aug- ust 12. Next morning it was gone. He valued it at £7. He gave no one any authority to remove it. Senior-constable G. A. Newton and First-constable Mason deposed to find- ing the generator fitted to accused's truck. On being questioned, accused admitted taking it, saying he had tried to buy one, but without result. He said he could not do without a gene- rator, as he had to get his truck go- ing. Accused, who consented to being dealt with by the court, was fined £6. TRAFFIC INFRINGEMENT. Albert Pywell, care of Evans Tay- lor Pty. Ltd., Healesville, was charged with a breach of Clause 5 of ...

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SHIPS ON THE SLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

SHIPS ON THE SLIPS. .v - The recent launching of two stan dard merchant vessels in one day from shipyards in Victoria and Queensland is an indication that early delays in the' shipbuilding program, resulting from the accumulated vol ume of naval and merchant vessel re pairs, are being eliminated. This statement is published in the latest edition of "Facts and Figures of Aus tralia at War," the Department of In formation's quarterly review of the war effort. It also states that there are three of these Australian standard merchant ships of 9000 tons each in commission. Two others, now being fitted out, will be in service soon, while eight other ships of the same type are in various stages of construce tion. These "River" class ships will now be launched at regular intervals. One of the early voyages of the first of the ships, the "River Clarence," constructed at Cockatoo Dock, Syd ney, was to India, with a full cargo of flour sent by the Commonwealth Government to relieve famine suff...

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

Popular Pars By L.. J. Adam. I had pleasure in notifying the re council, at its monthly meeting IMonday, that the tennis club was king forward to another successful ?on, as a number of new members e joining up. I thanked the coun for the interest and help they had en'in having the courts, etc., kept good order, which was also appre ed by the many visitors using M. I concluded by saying that the pavilion had proved a valuable The tennis club ;has sent a letter sympathy to Mrs. Andrew and ily. The late Mr. Andrew always a keen interest in the club, and feel he was an example to us to W. Although his health was" fail he was always present at activi of the various' institutions the was rested in, namely, the Dads' As Jation, Mechanics' Institute, the pital Committee, and sporting es. His help and guidance was. ays very valuable, and held in the nest esteem. Preparations for the forthcoming lig and croquet season are now fall swing. A number of enthusi , under the supervision of Mr. .T. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

FORD V-B TRUCKS Imported by"dovernment Authorittes as a Defence Measure, to " ensure road transport within Australia Are now Available for Essential Users 158-INCH HVIEEL 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 8-ply on 20 x 7 wheels) Spring Capacities, 14,450 or 17,500lbs. An Official Permit is necessary to purchase these'iTrucks. Your Ford Dealer will gladly help make the application Roche's Healesville Garage AUTIIORISEIIDFORD ,iG 1NTS : h .' olione Heilcevllle l3a=" ............ ....... ...... ................................... :...... ...........; IC RC IYD-:,QM Z ALLAN BROWN: A'ctionee. SALES CATTLE, PI6S, SHEEr, POUI,TR) All Classes Live Stolk AuCtltiied -, .Clearing and Furniture Sale a , Specialty EVERY MONDAY 9.30 a.m.-Sundries, Furniture. Tim her, Iron and Implements. 11.30.--Horses, Harness and Vehicles 12 noon.-Poultry. 12.-Suokers, Slips, Stores, Sows. 1 p.m.-...

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