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Obituary MR. A. E. AUGHTIE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

Obituary MR. A. E. AUGHTIE. Mr. Albert Edward Aughtia. of "Nagoondic." Healesvi.le, who died on lrWednesday at the age of 72 years, was city engineer of South .Mell,ourne from sl'Ji1, when he transferred fronm the Metropolitan Board, to December, 19- I1. Following his retirement he was appointed consulting engineer to the council. He also acted as honorary engineer to Albert Park committee of mana;ýi; emcnt. In 1,27 he toured Europe and the United States for South Mc'lourne Council to obtain first-hand informa tion on municipal matters. He was a nlhien:, of the Foreshore Erosion Board, and also of the \Villianistown royal commission, appointed by the State Government some years ago to enquire into various aspects of local municipal affairs. He also served on the council of South Melbourne tech nical school. 2,Ir. Aughtie took a keen interest in sport. He was a playing member of the Williamstown Cricket Club in his early days, a life member of the South Melbourne cricket and football...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

A Thought for To-day. There will be no permanent peace unless justice is done to the war crim inals. If it is not done by justice it will be done by fierce vendetta, which will keep Europe and the world un settled for many years to come. --Archbishop of York. Overseas Parccls of Produce. -Parcels of foodstuffs to relatives and. friends in the United Kingdom may be sent through the Victorian Department of Agriculture; which has arranged for the despatch, through the post, of a parcel of 5-lb. gross weight, conforming to the con ditions laid down by the British authorities. The parcel will contain a 12 oz. packet of raisins, 12 oz. pac ket of mixed fruit, 12 oz. tin of full cream powdered milk, 12 oz. tin lamb tongues, and a 12 oz. tin of cheese; and the cost, including packing and postage, is 10/6 for delivery to civil ians and 8/- to members, of the over seas forces in the United Kingdom, provided full service address can be given. Orders will be accepted till further notice at dono...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

BUSINTI'Si NOTICES s Desirous of Purchasing or g Properties in Hcalesville and ending Districts should consult J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Bdsiness Agent Property Salesman I Kinds of Insurance. Effected Rlegistiar for Births aihd Deaths ICIIOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE IPhone Heales. 42 oo gho that The Big Thing about these Shoes.,is. that they look rig?, 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 Nichoison St., HEALESVILLE. 80ICITORS lullett & Langford SOLICITORS JCITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR REALESVILLE OFFICE ree and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY ?ItURSDAY Telephones: I 39 MU 4340S MEMORIAL HALL j TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Judy Garland and Van Heflin in "PRESENTING LILY MARS" (G) "PRESENTING LILY' MARS" (G)' "PRESEN...

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Bits About People [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

Bits About People Mr. Steivart is the new State Sav ings Fank manager at Healesville, re. placing Mr. Pitt, who has left for Omeo. Mr Raymond S. Grove has been on the sick list at his home in Haw thorn, suffering from leg trouble. Mr. F. J. Roberts, of "Doogallook," has been holidaying at the Gram= plans.' Cr. and Mrs. Hugh Huxham are at "Cranbrook Lodge" again, after spending a vacation 'in Sydney. The many! friends of Mrs. A. Came-' ron, wife of the shire president, ,will be pleased to know that she is re covering. satisfactorily from, her . ll ness. Mr. Robert . Eadie, 'M.B.E., ' will spend a week-end at Strathbbgie way up in the Kelly country-soon, as the guest of his friend, Mr. Mack rell. Mr. Eadie "will declare the golf season in those parts officially open, and will make the annual presenta tion of trophies. Mrs. L. J. Adam, of "Glen Isla," has returned home after an illness'"neces sitating a sojourn in 'the local bush i nursing hospital. She is convalescing satisfactorily. ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

IN MEMORIAM GREY.-In memory of my dear pal, Henry, killed on active service, September 4th, 1943. -From Pte. Bill Lowrie, A.I.F. Healesville & Varra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; pest free to ar.y address 1iorwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1944

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Football EASY WIN FOR LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

SFootball EASY WIN FOR LILYDALE At home to the Wnr,'? Yall :Wandin-Seviile combina:,,Tn last S urday. Lilydale had n', :'ifficult . registering an easy win. .n on.;.o qual:er did the visitors have the over th}iir adversaries. The initial quarter saw Lilvdai forward Vw'orI: 1i', pie cent. accu , Out of the fou" 'hots th ey had goal they I?;. r;;·.lc the phosit:c . ,h the Woori- '?lin-cevil c Jun tion tallied 1 go:l 1 hahind. The same a ce ndacy in ,::. maintained by Lilydale in the l-.c term, but not the same accurate s ing. Nine shots yields :, goal. I; hinds ,where their opponents' th tries brought 1 goal '" behinds. The half time interval certair refreshed the visitors; so much that they infused new vigor into t play in the third quarter and wv on top for most of the period. Th score of 3.6, to Lilydale's 2.1, brig ened up the match considerahbl. The revival soon came to an e though, and in the fourth bout visitors faded almost out of the ga They could only manage one mir point, w...

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Healesville Water Trust MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

lilesville Water Trust -- b- - MONTHLY "MEETING. Crnr. XV. J. Dawhorn was re-elected chairman: allowance. ES/s.'-. Cmnr. Dawborn said he was out for best for Healesville. He had been willing to stand down, but. having been re-elected, he would use his every endeavor to promote Heales ville's interests as regards water sup ply. Cmi. Cook: As you've been elected chairman, we would like a full dis cussion of all matters coming before the chair. Otherwise it won't work. Cmnu'. Dawborn; No; it won't work. I don't believe in it myself. Cmi. Cook: Its a British commun ity, you know. Cmr. Dawborn: You're quite right. Now let's get on with the business. A letter was received from Mrs. E. J. Lalor, applying for a half-inch ser vice to her place in McGretton's road. -Approved for domestic use only, on motion of Cm'rs. Johnston and Came ron. The secretary of the Water Trusts' Association wrote advising that the annual conference would be held on September 27, and asking the trust to send a dele...

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Robert Eadie's Jokes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

Robert Eadie's Jokes Two lions were backing under a tree, having just finished a meal of -"ghat was obviously an officer. Bits of Sam Brown belt and khaki lay everywhere. The one lion remarked to the other: "Personally, my dear, I always spit out the pips." "These are not ordinary 'old school' ties," said the traveller. "They have pillar boxes on them." "Who do you think will wear them?" asked the shopkeeper. "Qh, thousands of fellows who were educated through the post." A woman driver had just knocked a man down. "It was entirely your own fault," she said to the victim, severely. "I have been driving a car for ten years, and I am thoroughly experienced." "I am not a beginner, either. madam," retorted the man on the ground. "'Ive been walking for E7., years." Admiral Sir Andrewy Cunningham was abroad his flagship in a Medi terranean port when a cruiser made a sloppy job of tying up to her berth. The cruiser's captain, dreading the message he knew would come from his commander-in-chi...

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Twenty-First Birthday MISS GWEN ASHMORE HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

enty-First Birthday 1II(7 G'VEN ASHMORE HONORED. S "d"r led to the Healesville " lla t Suncday evening, for the *g?.i -first birthday celebrations of "ie,.-n Ashmnore, second daugr;hter jf. and Mrs. H. Ashmore, of e"r'ala. Healesville. Missi Gwen =on r? tilis district's most popular ,-ne adies. and her hosts of friends edj-out in goodly numbers to do a:!or and wish her every happi Mri. and Mrs. Ashmore, and et of the family, were present , anti everything went as brightly it should on such an auspicious Goinn was looking radiant and, a:s d ?ty her patrents, extended a cor SVelcome to her guests. Frendses ,, ilol' ll '?'r and far-fronl Box i 'Aori Yallocck, Lilydale and fitra Glen; while of course Heales rile-ites were well represented. It estimated that over 12o0 accepted neatly inscribed invitations to be :Ongr the happy throng. Dancing was indulged in and thor aghly enjoyed, and appropriate mu al items were artistically rendered t Miss EIvie Pockett and Mr. George pilliams, both o...

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

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Healesville Shire Council AUGUST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 September 1944

Healesville Shire Council -4--- AL)UST MEETING. All councillors were present. Cr. Cameron was unanimously re elected president, with an allowance of £50. Expressing appreciation of the re newal of confidence reposed in him, Cr..Cameron said he hoped that be fore his term of office had expired victory would be won. He extended fi welcome to the three re-elected can didates-Crs. Cook, Huxham and Pol. " lard. COMMITTEES. These committees were appointed: Public Works.-The whole council; chairman, the president. Finance. The whole council: chairman, the president. Parks and Gardens.-The whole council; chairman, Cr. John ston. Publicity.--Crs. Cook, Daw bprn, Pollard, Murton, Johnston and Huxham; chairman, Cr. Murton. Pat riotic Appeals.-Crs. Johnston and Dawborn; no chairman appointed. Building.-Crs. Johnston (chairman'), Dawborn, Murton and Huxham. Me morial Hall.-Crs. Murton and John ston and the R.S.S.A.I.L.A. represen tatives. The first committee meeting was held at the conclusion of...

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

DEN ITISTS MR. H. STOCK f, SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE iVXBY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th City Address: I[j. ALSTON BUILDINGS (-,- 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST , 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY Lý THURSDAY 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 IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 SllI Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND' AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. I. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE 1Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest. All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 165 BOURKE ST., IMELB. Cent. 2197 If O ut...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

FORD v-8 TRUCKS Imported by Government Authorities as a Defence Measure, to ensure road transport within AustrPlia Are now Available for Essential. Users 158-INCH VIIHEEL BASE Three and Four Ton capacities, pual 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, 14,4-130 or 17,500 lbs. An Official Permit is necessary to purchase these Trucks. Your Ford Dealer will gladly help make the application Roche's Healesville Garage AUTHOIIISED FORD AGENTS 'Phone IIealesville 138 OCR,O'IYDON MIARKET . ALLAN BROWN,, Auctionee. SALES CATTLE, PIGS, SHEEP, POULTRF 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.-Suckers, Slips, Stores, Sows. 1 p.m.-Porkers, Baconers and Back fatters. -- 1.30.- ealers, Calves, Milking Cows; 2 p.m.-Springers, C...

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A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

A ThOluleht for To-day. Holding the hinge of the door at Cacn, the British and Canadians have had one of the toughest jobs the army has had to do. They thoroughly de serve that the time has come when they can jump into their jeeps and go after the running Germans. -B.B.C. Commentator. Current Ration Coupons. The following rations coupons are now available:-Clothing and house hold drapery, Al to A5G: tea, 5 to 8 (until September 23); sugar, 1 to 8 (may be accumulated for bulk pur chase); butter, 10 to 12 (until Sep tember 24); meat, 25 to 28 (until Sep tember 10). Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address 'Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1944

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Defendant Given a Chance WRONGFUL DELIVERY OF FORESTS COMMISSION'S WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Defendant Given a Chance WRONGFUL DELIVERY OF FORESTS COMMISSION'S WOOD. Accused of having taken two loads of firewood from the Coldstream depot of the Forests Commission without authority, Marshall Victor Harry, of Cheltenham, cartage con tractor, was found guilty at the Lily dale court last week, but sentence -;..a suspended for twelve months. Evidence was given by Colin R. Mailor, supervisor for the Forest.3 Commission, of the cartage of fire wood from the dump in Walsh's pad dock, Coldstream. ' Defendant, he said, was engaged on carting wood to Lilydale and Surrey Hills. As a result of information received he went to Simmons's dairy. Cave Hill road, Lily dale, on August 9, and there saw a stack of about ten tons of wood. On closer examination he saw the Govern ment broad arrow brand on each length. The wood definitely belonged to the Forests Commission. He val ued the stack at £6/17,'-. On August 1 .he saw accused at the Cheltenham police station. In company with the police he w...

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NEMESIS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

NEMESIS. Last Sunday, September 3, the Brit ish Empire entered upon its sixth year of war against Nazi oppression, and at the same time, after five years of what Mr. Churchill so aptly de scribed as a period that would need "Blood, toil, tears and sweat," a much brighter dawn is in sight. On that Sunday morning in 1939 when Britain declared war on Germany, Mr. Churchill told the House of Commons "We are fighting to save the whole world from the pestilence of Nazi tyranny, and in defence of all that is most sacred to man." From the day that that utterance was made the civilized world,has fought on, secure in the knowledge that the cause of right must triumph in the end. When Japan so foully attacked Pearl Har bor, aligning herself on the side of the hun, the great United States was forced into war beside the British na tions and Russia; and through subse quent years her forces have fought valiantly on many fronts, making the final issue doubly certain. People of Australia know how mu...

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The Fifth Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

The Fifth Anniversary. Last Sunday, at churches of all de nominations throughout the ,shire, there was a ready response to the 'Zing's call to prayer oil the fifth an niversary of the declaration of war. And never has there been more ground for an expression of gratitude than at the present time. For, when France collapsed, leaving Britain and the Dominions the world's sole bas tion of freedom against a brutal and powerful aggressor, It seemed too much to hope that in four years' time Paris would be free, the Belgian Government again in Brussels, and the throne of Holland about to receive its queen. Though we were resolved that victory should be ours, the road looked long and lonely. Therefore we can, in all humility, give thanks to Almighty God for the leader who pil oted the Empire through its darkest hour and, as .he put, its finest hour. We are thankful for mighty Allies, who are hastening the final victory; and solemnly and gratefully we pay homage to the men of the forces of e...

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Football HEALESVILLE DEFEAT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Football HEALESVILLE DEFEAT LILY DALE. A young team with bright possib:l ities, Healesville finished "all over" Lilydale last Saturday. to score an attractive win. Great fault in the Lilydale camp was the general ten dency of players to think that they must he up with the ball: at least I' of them had this d.(l:position on Sat urday. Healesville, who showed alert ness in most directions, were in the capable hands of E. Taggart, a vete ran player, who is bringing the team along on the right lines. The game started off well enough. though at a slow bat, the two teams accounting for 1.4 between them. Of this 1.2 went to Lilydale and 2 points. The tempo quickened in the second term, with scoring even at 1.3 each, leaving Lilydale a goal to the good at the breather. This lead was increased in the next session. as Lilydale accounted for 2.: to Healesville's 1.2: but in the last. bout it didn't seem as if Lilydale were playing. Healesville practically swept. the hoard by tallying .1.2, whi...

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My Life in Africa PART TWO—THE BEGINNING OF A CIVILISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

My Life in Africa By Robert Eadie, M.B.E. PART TWO-THE BEGINNING OF A CIVILISATION. Concerning the troubles and differ ences which existed between the two white races and which eventually cul minated in a war, it will he advisable to go some distance hack so as to ob tain a background of at least one of the parties. They called themselves Boers, which is simply the Dutch word for farmer. They were, in gene ral, pastoralists and tillers of the soil. A little historical explanation may be of interest in connection with the early colonization of South Africa. This may help to make clear how , people left very much to their own resources developed a personality or ideology which did not readily assini ilate with others who had been con ditioned to other wiays of life. I am indebted to various writers of history for the abbreviated references which I shall make regarding the early settlement of South Africa, but I have drawn more fully from Mr. Graham Botha's writing, which I gratefully ...

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Robert Eadie's Jokes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Robert Eadie's Jokes '-4----- After a long, weary wait, the young couple had moved into their new Council cottage. On checking up their belongings, the young wife missed the rain-water barrel, and, after much persuasion, her husband promised to collect it on his way home from work.' When it was nearly midnight she got really wor'ied; he'd .never' bdeei as late as this before. Then .at last a weary figure, bending under a heavy load, staggered up the garden path. ' "Wherever have you been, John?". she gasped. "Fetching this bloomin' .barrel," he retorted curtly, "You didn't tell' me it was full of !.water." 4 The Country Mouse observed -a piece of cheese: in a trap, and turned to the Town' Mouse, saying, "I say, old chap, why has that luscious piece df cheese been permitted to go stale?" Whereupon the Town Mouse shrugged carelessly and remarked, "I wouldn't gnaw." "What's the use of it all?" the roos ter said, leaning his head sadly against the barn door. "Eggs yester day, chickens t...

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