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Traffic Offences MOTOR MEN AGAIN IN TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Traffic Offences MOTOR MEN AGAIN IN TROUBLE William Cook Pty. Ltd., timber ihauliers, and Charles K. Wilson, a truck driver employed by the firm, were charged by the traffic police at the Lilydale court on Friday last with operating a vehicle in the course of trade beyond the limit of its licence, for not having a regulation sticker attached to the windscreen, and for failing to keep a time card. According to the evidence of the police, the truck was intercepted near Lilydale on February 25, while con veying a load of logs from Marysvillo to Ringwood. The driver said he picked up the logs at Marysvillo. in tending to load them on a truck at the Healesvillo railway station. On arrival there the railway yard was closed, it being a public holiday. He then applied to the station master for a permit to proceed to Ringwood with the logs by'road, but this was refused. The only alternative to returning to Marysville was to take the risk of interception in driving to Ringwood. In reply to de...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. August 30 and 31. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Market Report 1*MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. August 30 and 31. At the session of the Melbourne pig market last week backfatters were firm throughout, says the report of Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. Pork ers were much the same, but there was a little less dash among baconers. This is what the report says: Stores.-Holding well, 36/- to 86/-. Porkers.-Much the same, 42/- to £5/7/6. Backfatters,---Filrm throughout. We sold some splendid drafts, including E. Crane t12,/4/-, R. J. Chisholm £12/1/-, P. 1Hill £10/14/-, Muldowney Jros. £9./16/-, F. Sunderman E9/9/-, E. C. Rusbridge £9/'I/-, I. Cox £9 19/-, W. Cunningham £1/14/-, T. M. Crane £S/19;'- J. Ellis £S,/91-, H. Phillips £f/ll/-, and lots more. Baconers.-A little less dash. We had a marvellous run, including eight Joe Uren at £7/17/-, five Holloway Bros. £7/11/6. twenty-three F. Sun derman f7/5/i;, forty-four A. Razos £7/4/6, twelve L. Nash £7/0/6, seven E. Crane at £6/18/6, four C. How lett at £6/17/6, nine A. Powell at £6 17/6, eight E. ...

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Bits About People [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Bits About People Cr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Kay, of "Greenhills." Healesville, celebrated the anniversary of their golden wed ding on August 22, and were the re cipients of numerous congratulatory messages from friends. In honor of the occasion Mr. and Mrs. Simonton, at their home in High street, Kew, entertained Cr. and Mrs. Kay and over 100 guests. Mrs. Simonton is Mrs. Kay's sister. Cr. and Mrs. Kay were married in the Congregational Church, Kew, in 18s4, by the Rev. G. G. Howden, assisted by the Rev. J. King. Mrs. Kay was Miss Alice Maud Greenhill, of the well known family of that name. This par. might be appropriately headed "Little Billy Dawborn-Age 10," for recently, when hunting through some old papers that had been stowed away and left undisturb ed for years, Cr. W. J. Dawborn was delighted to come upon a tintype of himself taken when he was ten years young. The photographer was a trav elling one, who made a row of thirty of the little tintypes for a shilling. All one had to d...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

DEATH NOTICE On Active Service Word has been received by Mrs. Roy Thomas that her brother, VX 37255, Lance-Corporal E. S. Arnold, died of illness in Thailand Prison Camp, December 7th, 1943.

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Lilydale School Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Lilydole School Note What should he te guidin ciple of the Stat, wh'se citizr r teachers have to train? '" hat >ha o the individual be or seek to be? Ho should we defi-", t. good life for man?" "It is not enou to gipe people the knowledge nc sary to live in a 'highly technicali/ civilization' or even the power thinking clearly, unless the, are gi en a clear conception of the kind pattern they should weave, of the li1 which they and their fellow citizr should lead."-Sir R. Livingstonei . ford. School commenced on Tuesday wi: a decreased number in attendant The various rooms showed quit(, few vacant seats-due in a number o cases to sickness, in others to an extc' day's vacation. Parents are once motr reminded of the need for the childri to make a good start, especially fo the last term of the year. During the ,holidays a contracto was very busy at odd jobs, conse quently the rooms look much cleaner and brighter than before. The old water marks in the ceilings and o1 the walls 'ere ...

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Lilydale Horticultural Society EARLY SPRING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Lilydale Horticultural Society -EARLY SPRING COMPETITION. With the advent of spring weather well stocked benches at Wednesday night's exposition showed to decided advantage, especially as there was a good increase in entries in all see, tions. Daffodils and primroses were of an unusually high standard and a source of delight to all present, as were rare blooms of late chrysanthe mums and scarlet passions. Results: Vase annuals-Mrs. Chubb, 1; L. G. Rogerson, 2. Vase blossom-Mrs. L. Hutchinson, 1: J. Wiltshire, 2. Vase anemones-L. G. Rogerson, 1; A. Des champs, 2. Vase polyanthus-Misses Stewart and Thurrowgood, equal 1; Mrs. McKenzie and L. G. Rogerson, equal 2. Wallflower-L. G. Rogerson, 1: Mrs. Deschamps, 2. Boronia-Mrs. McKenzie, 1: Miss Janson, 2. Native shrub-Paul Mason, 1; E. A. Janson. 2. Pansies-Miss Stewart, 1; Mrs McKenzie, 2. Lilac-Coombe Cottage, 1: Miss Winsome Errey, 2. Buddlea -Coombe Cottage, 1; J. Wiltshire, 2. Three hyacinths-G. Errey, 1: Mrs. Waddell, 2. Vase hyacin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Wedding KERSLAKE - READ. Hove leave spelt honeymoon time for Driver Alan Kerslake and Miss Edna Read when the former recently returned from New Guinea, as they were married at the Lilydale Church of England by the Rev. W. Milne on the first Saturday after his homecom- ing. The bride, who is the second daughter of Mr. A. Read, Seymour, and the late Mrs. Read, was given away by her father. She wore a simple frock of heavy white crepe made on classical lines. The embroid- ered veil, which was caught to her hair with white flowers, was lent by Mrs. S. Searle. A bouquet of white winter roses was carried. Miss Joyce Kerslake (sister of the bridegroom), who was bridesmaid, wore a mauve taffeta frock, with a veil of mauve tulle, and a bouquet of mauve and purple winter roses. Driver Kerslake is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Kerslake, Albert Hill, Lilydale. An informal reception was held at the home of Mr. L. Read, brother of the bride.

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Prepare Now for Summer Fires PUT LESSONS INTO PRACTICE [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Prepare N'ow for Summer Fires PUT LESSONS INTO PRACTICE. By Frank Crawford, M.Agr.Sc; There is a well known army maxim which is instilled into the minds of 11 recruits when being taught to andle weapons or explosives. "If it an happen, it will happen." In other words, do not take any risks. This rinciple, no doubt, has prevented nany injuries, and posribly saved ome lives. The self same approach might well e made to grass fires. If each and very landholder, municipal authority, tate instrumentality and Government tccepted its full share of responsibil ty and took the same :a.fety precau ions as the army recruit, fire dam ge would be kept at a minimum. An old English proverb. rums up he situation. It says, "How soon are hose streets made clean where every nce sweeps against his own door." It may senem illogical to be. discuss ng fires and fire prevention at this ime; but the truth is that now is the ime to make plans. It is not im ossible that .t c'tastrophe similar to hat early this...

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

.........•:::::' " BA TOLD'S .· MILI OF MAGNESIA That is what Mother gives Me and wisel mser toe, be.oese Milk of Magnesis h ideal for helping to keep children besJthy. It assists nature to acids a anso aids digestion and elim. lastes blliousnesas, et. Ba a large oe fsIt IARTr9'S PHARMIACY Opp. -'ot Office HEAL.ESVILt-E Phone 120 (/After'lours, Phone 2). ' --uanagaress, 1II?S E. M, McDONALD Public. Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THlE BEST QUALITy SWEAT AT TIlE LOWVEST PRGCES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED APNY'VHERE All Stock Is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most tip-to-date iri Victoria PLEASE 'ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES ..... ................../......................... ..... ..1./..1................... . ...ý..-.../...... " 11 t,,111,11,11/ •lilO • I I S111111 /.N."\...o11/1./ I t ..).\N ..I/11/1. 11..* t..··..1. . M V \,I..il iN.Idi I l. d, 1 ,1-NI The Science of being Cho only dividends you get from spnd.-as-you.go are down.troddon heels and frayed ...

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Victory Club NEW RECORD ACHIEVED [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Victory Club NE«W RECORD A"HIIEVED. Healesville Victory Club held its nmonthly euchre and da:lace, to aid the local Red Cross. in the Memlorial Hall on Friday night of la.-t v:.eek. There ,vas an excellent attendance, and the result broke previous records. Euchre prizes were won by Mrs. I1. Olney and Mrs. V. Patterson as gent. I, and booby consolations by Mrs. Bunn and Mr. J.. Preston. The Monte Carlo award went to G. Ettridge and partner. The raff> of a dv?eaia, gown \aluled at £::/:( ; idonated by 3'rs. S. Sutton) was won by J. Kirch ner. holder of ticket A>X. Donations were received from:- 11r-. E. J. Crawley, £1i : Mr. G. Stain ton. L 1: Mr1. A. E. Kestle (share of euchre snowball), i£21/-: E.H., 2/-; YIrs. Murrell, 5/-: Mr. E. Desborough, 2 -: Mr. M. Hodges, 4/,-: Continental Laundry, 5/::. The dressing gown realised £2 /1 /-. The cluh thanks those who gave anatet ial for sandwiches and milk for coffee: also Mr. R. Cochran for dis playiii tlressing gown in his window anti...

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

1jjS NOTICES esrous of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and g Districts should consult J. DAWBORN I Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman de of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths LSON ST., IHEALESVILLE ,Phone Heales. 42 that e Big Thing about these oes is that they look ht, feel right, give satis aion, and save money -othey last longer. Every irg Fashionable in Men's etwear is her-e at Prices at will appeal to your nse of Reasonableness. MacDonca d's SHOE STORE niolson St., HEALESVILLE. BOLICITOBR iilett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEN1'D AT THEIR AE.ALEL VILLE OFFICE e and Bradshaw's Buildings tiWeen the tours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: lle 19 MU 4360 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Lucille Ball and Virginia Wiedler idz "BEST FOOT FORWARD" (G) "BEST FOOT FORWARD" (G) "BEST FOOT FORWARD" (G) "BEST FOOT FORWARD" (G) William Boyd in "RIDERS ...

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

DMU)TISTS MR. H. STOCK r; S~GllN-bDENTIST VISTS HBALEWSVILLE 1 $VEY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT t1 ad the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th City Address: ALSTON BUILDINGS 32 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: tpetral 2607 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD ;ISITS HEALEOVILLE EVERY THURSDAY L' 2 p.m. till 5.30 i, Or by Special Appointment j AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BDISINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELI RED PROMPTLY TO ANY 'PART OF THE HIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 ! .11 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 Price, 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 IOURKE ST., MELB. Cent. 2197 Q Sorts I' Even those folks who usu...

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

Kestle & Newtonh PAINT GOOD STOCK ON HAND, ASSORTED COLORS CEMENT RIDGING, GUTTERING and DOWN-PIPES East End Timber Yard Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) 'Phone Healesville 22 ................. ... ..................... .... ...................... Healesville Furniture Arcade =W. J. AUGER FERNSHA? W ROAD-EAST END SHIOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER SUsed Furniture Bought HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quate Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanahip and Materials Guaranteed ' . .. , .... ........ . ............ . ............................. . ........ .......... ................. This Week's Seasonable Suggestions:. i; JELLY CRYSTALS, all Flavors no limit). Also fA 1 lb. and 14 lb. packets. i= 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 G...

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Shire Rating Problem SOLVED BY M.M.B.W. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

hire Rating Problem SbLVED BY M.M.B.W. e debate in the Legislative As on the M.M.B.W. Contributions .as as follows: aHol J. I-. Lienhop (Minister pfic Workhs) - I move "That this t ,,:ow read a second time." The e of this small measure is to :.eOt le',islation that was first ed in l . If my memory serves Sccurately, the unofficial Leader, tie capacity of a Minister of the .as responsible for assembling representatives of the various Sconcerned. as well as represen es of the Melbourne and Metro e Board of Works, with a view finding a solution of the munici rating difficulty that had then r As the result of the ability [ Beckett, the Melbourne and trpolitan Board of Works (Con tions) Bill was introduced and sed by Parliament in 1927. It was bsequently extended for ten years, later, for a further five years. This Bill provides that the Mel -rne and Metropolitan Board of orks shall contribute to various unicipalities annual payments in eu of a municipal rating of the rd's land. The agre...

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

You put a deposit on your. peaco time needs every time you buy a ,/ National Savings Stamp or, War Say ings Certificate. ,Ii your Priority, Number S?,. In accord..with:the recent . Government regulations Box Hill. Pty. td. Ca- RE-CAP, RE-TREAD, and REPAIR YOUR TYRES rSupply all Sizes New .Tyros and Tubes as available Enquiries welcomdd at 1013 WRITEHO RS RD., Thea. x IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO EVERY FARMER IN THE LILYDALE AND YARRA VALLEy DISTRICTS Service Station at .LILVDALE OPENED FOR USERS 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, . now in operation at K. E. McCracken's, Main street, Lilydale, for the purpose of starting and Demonstrating McCormick-Deer . ing Tractors, Assembling and Fitting the latest McCormick-Deering Farm Implements, Installation of Inter national Milking Plants, Servicin...

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A State of Alarm To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

A State of Alarm -4~--- To the Editor. Sir,-May I be permitted to say a ,few. words to your readers on some matters of special interest to Heales ville ratepayers? The council ,has three important undertakings on its liusihess paper. First, there is the bowling green, which has cost a con siderable sum and tip to the present has not been altogether satisfactory. But this coming season there is every possibility of making good progress. The club members have given much tiie voluntarily, and great credit is due to them for the excellent work they have accomplished. So we may see tournaments which will attract. bowlers, from .all parts of the State. It' only a good green that counts with bowlers. Our job now is to make the' green a "good selling:, point." Heales ville is primarily a tourist resort. We all benefit from the tourist, and our attractions must be of' the best. We are also to have many attractions in Queen's Park this season--sports meeting, swimming cartnival, tennis matche...

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Alfred Hospital Auxiliary IMPORTANT SPEAKERS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Alfred Hospital Auxiliary -4--- IMPORTANT. SPEAKERS AT THE ANNUAL MEETING. Annual meeting of the Alfred Hos pital Auxiliary will take place in the Presbyterian Hall, Healesville, next Thursday afternoon, September 11, Members are urged to make a point of being present, as two very inter esting speakers-Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Hennebery-are "scheduled to address the gathering. Both these ladies are fluent speakers, and have some very literesting facts to relate about the Alfred Hospital and, the work of its auxiliaries. They come from the Alfred branch headquarters in Melbourne. Both the president of the Heales ville auxiliary (Mrs. Harold Furms ton) and the honorary secretary (Mrs. Basil Stanley) are anxious to have a good muster of members, and others interested present at this important meeting. An appeal is being made for donations of eggs to despatch to the Alfred, and it is confidently ex pected that a good number will be forthcoming.! The. local auxiliary- held a very successfu...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Croydon Market It was an especially good market for cattle on Monday. Milking cows brought £14/10/-, heifers £13/7/6, stale £9/5/-; spring ing cows £11/10/-, heifers £10/15/-; backward cows 18/15/-:; yearling heifers 86/- to 10/3; store cows £6/5/ to £7/10/-, heifers £6; fat bullocks (light weight £14/7/6, cows £14 17/6, heifers £14/2/6; beefy cows £11 15/-; choppers £6 to £9; crackers £5 10/-. Calves.-Large vealers £8/15/- to £12, small £56/10/- to £9/5/-; calves £2/17/6; to £4/14/6, small 26/6 to 45/6, light weights to 20/6. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 96/- to 114/., medium 87/6 to 97/6, light 64/6 to 83/-; chopping sows £5/2/6; bacon stores £3/19/6;porkers £3/5/6; slips 35/- to 48/6; suckers 21/6 to 36/6. Sheep.-Four-tooth wethers 30/-; Four-tooth ewes 28/-, full mouth 30/-: lambs-woolly 26/- to 30/-, shorn to 27/6, plain 21/- to 23/-; stores--ewes 22/-, lambs 14/- to 15/6, crackers 4/9 to 5/3; rams to 23/-. Poultry.-Cockerels 23/6, roosters 19/3, cock chicks 17/6, white chick ens 13/9, ...

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Obituary MR. W. P. BELL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 September 1944

Obituary MR. W. P. BELL. Mr. William Percy Charles Bell, grazier, of "Braeside," Lang Lang, died at his home on Tuesday, at the age of 62. He was born at Yarra Glen. He is survived by two daugh- ters. The burial took place at Lang Lang cemetery after a service at the Finlay McQueen Memorial Presbyter- ian Church, which was largely attend- ed.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

SYou had the ShOrten t e power Ya day e war r an hour Or even a inute Whats? there it? Would u0A ?'whyni you Stop to ask Sll the nth o ill die ýv It takes. you to ghee s Y sor caitl Shorte veith ?ab e~ or Eoe w a BA Cb Du ae Fr ?agmical Wand called Victory Bond MAKE AN ADVANCE SUBSCRIPTION NOW TO THE CI CTORY 1OA0 2PV-9-?7 Imported by Government Authorities as a Defence Measure, to ensure road transport within Austrppia Are now. Available for Essential Users 158-INCH ?WHEEL BASE, SThree arid Four Ton capacities, Dual Rear Wheels.. Imported Bodies and All-Steel Cabs. Duty Frames &merican Tyres (includ ing Sparc) (7.50 x 20 x S-ply on 20 x 7 wheels) . Spring Capacites, 14,450 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 AUTHOIRISED FORD AGENTS 'Phone Htlealesvllle 1:8 ROYD QID T AIRtAFJKE ALLAN BROWN, Auctionee; SALES CATTLE, PI6S, SIHEEP, 'OULT All Classes Live Stock ...

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