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Civic Pride Questioned To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Civic Pride Questioned To the Editor. Sir,-Why raise an alarm at a new eyesore-the quarry-being erected as another affront to glorious Na ture's scenic views at Healesille? There is no civic, pride at Healesville. Upon passing the 1i-mile post to the township, a beastly tip meets the eye. Further on, stagnant drains ar e ooz ing with green filtbh then a rubbish dump that would have' turned Charles Dickens to,, fever heat trying to make an adequate- summing up. It is the permanent residents who. pay the rates, and they should bethe first to be thought of by the shire counicil not the visitors.-Yours, etc., "NO. CIVIC PRIDE." Healesville, 11/9/44.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Country Idyll [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Country Idyll SBy C.E.1,I. ' As the girl in the song says, "Why oh why, did I read that magazine?" In my own case, "W.hy, oh why, did I read that article on goats?" .Truly, a little knowledge is a dan gerous thing. Before I idly picked up that book and found the reverse to he true, I was happy in the belief that a cow was the natural and nor mal source of milk. The thing was so self-evident that it had never oc curred to me to even query it. BJt now all was c.hanged. I had read only a few short paragraphs when I realised that this thing had been written for me: that here was the panacea for nll--;or at least, at the lowest estimate--a great percent age of my ills. Let other people con tinue in their ignorance and' smug ness with cow's milk, hat for nervous and highly strung peoplle ime, exact ly) goats were an infallible and, so to speak, simple home remedy. Not only, I gathered, (lid they make most loveable pets, but their milk was the purest to be procured, except, pos sibly, that...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Obituary MRS FRED JARVIS [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Obituary MRS FRED JARVIS oe death occurred recently of Mrs Swife of Mr Fred Jarvis, of 4er road, Croydon, and a former .,known resident of Tallangatta, ,.ville and latterly of Croydon. -rn at Wooragee, near Beech h, S1 years ago, Mrs Jarvis rthe first 30 years of her long risd life in the Tallangatta dis ? here she identified herself h every charitable and patriotic ,clent. Later the family moved "te Hialesville-Yarra Glen district re they resided for 20 years. Here 'n it was not long before Mrs ji's sterling qualities were dis ured by her many contacts. She 4a very cheerful personality, was true fr'end, a keen, broadminded urchwoman, and a most enthusias " orker for every good cause. The ,dren's Hospital. and the R.V I.B. re two of her special interests (she a life governor of the latter, and ;, of the Alfred Hospital. Mrs Jarvis's eldest son, .Fred, lost life in the last Great War, and a unger son, Keith, -is on active ser ,e at present.. Mrs Jarvis was the loved mother a large fa...

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Healesville Airmen Gain Commission. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Healesville Airmen Gain Commniission. Friends of Harold and Neil Roberts, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, "Doo gallook," Healesvillc, will be interest ed to learn that both have recently gained their commission as pilot offi cers with the R.A.F. in England. Lat est letters indicate that they are in the best of health, and meet frequent ly on leave. Harold is serving as roar gunner on Lancasters and wears the ribbon of the 1939-43 Star, while Ne'l is pilot captain of Stirlings. Both boys are engaged with night service squad rons. They are delighted with the beautyof England and Scotland, and both have realised their life's ambition of angling for trout in Scottish streams.

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Market Report MELBOURNNE PIG MARKET. September 6 and 7. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Market Report 3ELBOURNNE PIG MARKET. SBptembfr 6 and 7. Last. week's was another' bright iossion at the Melbourne pig niarket for clients of Messrs. T. Shaw Logan ad Co., as high prices ruled again h most sections. . This is how the £vely firm of auctioneers 6ums up ;roceedings:-.. Stores.-Still selling well, 16'/- to h?-, 43/- to *88/-. Porkers.-Long, heavy sorts hold. ag well, short pigs a bit easier, 65/ bto i512/6. . Backfatters. - Better. We sold drafts three Clyne Bros. and Schilg it £10/4/-, D. Johns £11/4/-, W. Draper £9/16/-, J. Dean £9/11/-, o:hers S/16/- .to £7.: " Baconers.-Holding, well. We sold three A. Razos at £7/19/-, G. and J. i Colwell at £7/14/6, F. Humphrey at 17/13/6, five F. and G: Coleman at i7/13/6, five D. Alberts to £7/11/-, four S. Marsh at £7/7/6, six A. Davey at £7/4/6, three John Camrp bell at £7/6/6, J. McLarty at 17/3/6, five S. Affleck at £7/0/6, eight A. Razos at £7/2/6, three T. Sherry at £7/5/6, four R. Coles at 17/2/1, and many more. Calves.-Eas...

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Healesville State School [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Healesville State School By D. I. Bartholomew. Mrs. L. Kelly1 who has resigned from the department to reside in Mel bourne, was entertained at afternoon tea by members of the staff, and good ,wishes were extended to her on her resuming home life in the city. Mrs. McGrath is also resigning from the service, owing to ill health. Attention is directed to the adver ,tisement requiring board for a lady teacher. If this vacancy is 'not filled it will leavie 93 infants to be cared for. by one teacher-an impossible task. The school has been well to the fore in charitable tasks of late, selling over £22 worth of tickets for the sanctu ary and £3/12/- for the Tin Hat Ap peal for soldiers. Approximately 70 dozen eggs were collected for the Al fred Hospital local auxiliary appeal. That the school is appreciated is shown by the generous action of Mr. F. Endacott in presenting a number of softwood cases to the school, for use by the boys for woodwork models.

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My Life in Africa (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

My Life in Africa -- <?-. By Robert Eadie, M.B.E. (Continued) There was cutthroat competition, and this in a trade which demanded large capital. Fear of Spanis l war ships and the new English East India Company drove them into union even tually. Both companies continued their operations, but the Dutch set up a kind of provisional government and .nominally claimed possessive rights. So the race went on for territorial possession and the rich cargoes from the East. The Cape was still waiting for a master. Dutch and English East India-men put in at the watering place of Suld hana. The name was given by the Portuguese in 1501), but which Jari:. van Spilbergen in I lI called Table Bay. In -1647 the Dutch East India man "Haarlem" was wrecked in Table Bay, and the crew, managing to save themselves, lived in Table Valley, where they grew vegetables from seed saved from the ship. In the following year these shipwrecked people were taken to Holland by the return fleet, and they rep...

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Considerate Council To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Considerate Council To the Editor. Sir,-A letter signed by W. J. Daw born appeared in your last" issue. It was mainly directed to several propo sals which the council has under cori sideration. It is wvell that these mat ters should be brought to the notice of those who "foot. the bill." The bowling green is becoming a rather expensive luxury. The council has done well towards. the howling green, and a day must-.come when it will have to stand on its own feet. More members or a high:r cutrance fee would appear to be the remedy. Then there is ,proplvsed 'comfort room." What does this mean exaTctly? It will be a costly proposition, for not only will an attractive building be re quired but it will have to be furni:hied and maintained. An attendant v ould have to be in constant service to pro tect the property from dam "es andl pilfering: It would seem to t!:, cas ual observer that the peopn who would benefit by such a building 1 % would be those who make Healesville a half-way house, l...

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Robert Eadie's Jokes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Robert Eadie's Jokes When a kid applied at a large cine ma for an usher's job, an assistant manager fell all over himself accept ing him, fitting him with a uniform and immediately giving him a station. A couple of hours later the usher was back in his office-to resign. "Why?" asked the manager, "you've ohly just gone on the job." "Sorry," said the kid. "I've seen this picture." A mean old man went to his doctor for his throat, and on being asked what the trouble was he pointed to his throat and hoarsely whispered, "Cigarettes." "Ah. ah," said the doctor, "smoking too many?" "No." whispered the unfortunate one. "Asking for them." A house' agent was showing a pos sible tenant over a house. He used all his arts to praise the place, while trying to ignore the fact that the water was trickling down the inner walls. "Its a hit damp, is'nt it?" said the other doubtfully. . "Damp?" was the quick reply. "Of course its damp! But just think what an advantage that would be in case of fire!" Jo...

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Rights of Ratepayers To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Rights of Ratepayers -4----- To the Editor. Sir,-I would like to state a few facts concerning the plantation, as they call it, which the Healesville councillors seem to have quite over looked or shut their eyes to. We have here a case where one person was given permission to obstruct a portion of the roadway around a very sharp curve, regardless of the rights and safety of road users. These include Lilydale road, Harker street, Ryric street, McGretton's road, besides out lying districts. It will he noticed that while the curve has been ob structed, all the other straight parts of the road, including the front of the hotel, have been left intact. This sug gests to me that the users of this part count for nothing. Do we have to count it a privilege to pay rates, and then have this kind of thing inflicted upon us? The only people who think this ob ject is an improvement are those who do not use the road and take care to keep clear of it. I have enquired of several people their opinions...

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[?] Grills Water Trust To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

SGr ils Water Trust C ....------- To the Editor. 1m t "he first fruit of a motion ? ~,A the August meeting of the bs ,lle \Vaterworks Trust I have te fronl Mr. \i. MXassey, secre e copies of letters which have between him and the engineer. IS , 's letter reads as follows: chnirman. Cone'. WV. J. Daw 1w ha? asked me to write to you r n that steps be taken now ,,pare for installing the 10-inch Sand settling basin at the e ?,u and the S-inch offtake at gadge, so that work can be com t ed as soon as the board gives its S ion. The chairman further if ted that the offtake at the id 5burn be constructed close to the with a view to getting addition if a£l." a ? etwas a Trust meeting a few dd previously, but Comr. Dawborn ered to ignore the Trust. r. Scott, in his reply, has very un a y referred to the fact that there Sdirection from the Trust that this ter be deferred until after the war. e further writes:-"It will be appre Sed that, apart from the approval the Board of Works for the larger...

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Picture Night MR. COCHRAN RAISES £50 FOR SANCTUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Picture Night MR. COCHRAN RAISES £50 FOR SANCTUARY. A picture night, organised by Mr. R. R. Cochran to aid the Sir Colin MacKenzie sanctuary, was held on Thursday of last week in the Memo rial Hall, and raised the grand sum of £50. An excellent program, arranged by Mr. Bromilow, of the Railways Public ity Department, and presented by Mr. Foxcroft, was shown to a large audi ence, who were thoroughly satisfied with the entertainment. Mr. Bartholomew (head master) and State school children rendered valuable assistance in disposing of tic kets to the value of £22/6/9, while Mrs. Hodges kindly took charge of the reserved .bookings, to hand over £2 17/6. Donations were received from Mr. C. Mitchell, £5; Cr. J. B. Cook, £3/3/-: Mr. H. Lindsay-Field, £2/10/-; Mr. N. Wallder, £1; and 'Mr. Hodges, free ad vertisement. Mrs. J. Hansen had charge of the ticket box, with Misses Dawn Philippe and Ronda Cochran attending the reserved seats. Messrs. W. Massey, W. J. Dawborn, P. Mac Namara and L. R. ...

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RAILWAY INFRINGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

RAILWAY INFRINGEMENTS, Leonard J. Whelan and Mar Pratt, while travelling in the morni train to Lilydale on July 10, w surprised when a stranger enter their compartment and perempto demanded production of their ticke at the same time disclosing his aut ority as a special "checker." Pr produced the return half of a tic dated June 5, which was out of da and Whelan a similar portion of ticket from Melbourne to Healesvil .issued on June 10. When ask where he purchased the ticket, t latter said he obtained it from Pra When the train arrived at Lilyd both men were taken into the stati mhater's office and further questia ed. Pratt denied giving Wheiln t ticket, and the latter then stated th it was given to him by a man resi ing at Healesville. As the ticket non-transferable, Whelan was fin £1/10/-, and for travelling on an o of date ticket Pratt suffered a 11 penalty. Fifteen shillings costs we added to each penalty. In tram and train they all complain, You'll hear them sneeze both night an...

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Lilydale School Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Lilydale School Notes "Education is a vast continent, di vided into three main provinces cor responding to the three main needs of hma:an life. All men need to make a living: not a bare one, but the best that conditions allow. All men live in a society. All men have a personality to develop, and the power of living ill or well. Education must therefore include a vocational element, a social Sor political) element, and a spiritual element. Men must learn to earn a living, to be good members of society. to understand the meaning of the phrase, 'the good life'; and education must help them to achieve these ends." -From "Education For a World Adrift." "Education Week" is to he celebrat ed throughout Victoria in the last week of October. Plans have been made for meetings in the Melbourne Town Hall. It is also 'hoped to ar range a series of discussions and talks on education, over the air, and articles in the press. A strong central com mittee has been set up. It is hoped to be able to ho...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Croydon Market All cattle sold well at improved rates on Monday. Milking cows, medium quality, £1t, heifcrs £13/5/;- stale £9/10/-; spring ing cows £11/15/-, hoifers £10/10/-; backward cows £S/10/-; yearling hcifers 85/- to 100/-; store cows ,L£ 2/6 to £7/1216; store heifers £6/5/-; fat, cows £15, heifers .£14/15/-; beefy cows £12/12/6; choppers £6/12/6 to L£1/10/-; crackers £5/10/-. Calves.-Large vealers £9 to' £12 7/6, small £2/15/- to £8/15/-; calves .£3 to £4/17/6, small 31/6 to. 52/6. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 95/- to 107/, medium 86/6 to 98/6, light 60/6' to 81/6; baconers 135/6; chopping sows to 99/6; bacon stores £4/1/6; porker stores £3/6/6; slips 36/6' to 46/6; suckers 21/- to 36/6. Sheep.- Six-tooth wethers 34/6; four-tooth ewes 28/3, full mouth to 26/9; lambs-woolly 29/- to 30/-, shorn to 26/6, plain 17/9, to' 11/-; stores-ewes and lambs 18/-, 21/8 to 24/-, lambs 10/6 to 18/-, crackers 7/ to 11/-. Poultry.-Cockerels 23/6, roosters 23/6, cock chicks. 17/5, white chick ens 14/6,...

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

Dl·m 1mTS MR. H. STOCK f UmJgaO N-DENTIST VR"S HEALHVILLE NyNRY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT lc at toe MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th [ City Address: j ,ALSTON BUILDINGS (" 12 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: pentral 2507 - Healesville 151 M MR. FRANK H. COOK SUGEON-DENTIST 211 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD I ,VrS MzALE-VILLE EVERY . TRSDAY 2 p.m. till 6.390 Or by Special Appointment . AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINEIS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELWERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DIRTBICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLVB AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 .! iads of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SPEuIAL BONJEAN F+EMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Wonmen will find it of great interest. All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 185 BOURSE ST., MELB. Cent. 2197 if Out Of Sorts - Eves those folks who usully...

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MEN WHO MAKE IT POSSIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

MI[EN VWHO MAKE IT POSSIBLE. Operating from an airstrip cut from gleaming white coral, which a few weeks ago was an enemy strong hold and an important link in Japan's outer defences, R.A.A.F. pilots flying Kittyhawks took war nearer to Tokio than Australians have yet fought in the Pacific. In conjunction with MIit chells, Lightnings, Albacores and Bostons flown by United States' air crews, the Kittyhawks are continually strafing and harassing remnants of Japanese garrisons scattered over the surrounding islands south of the equator. Because the R.A.A.F. Kitty hawk squadrons are extremely mo bile and able tp be always to the fore with General MacArthur's advancing troops, these squadrons have been given a responsible part in thrashing the Japanese at every opportunity. They have gladly accepted their job of wrecking installations, destroying barges and generally disrupting the retreating enemy's organisation. The Kittyhawks have ranged far and wide from bases on Noemfoor to cover rec...

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

Kestle & Newton FURTHER SUPPLIES OF MASONITE WILL SOON BE AVAILABLE jJ Order Now WE DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR-NO EXTRA CHARGE 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 GIVEN J We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES I Best Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed N.I........6N..I....w. This Week's Seasonable Suggestions: JELLY CRYSTALS, all Flavors no limit). Also la X lb. and 14 lb. packets. FATHER'S FAVORITE, the King of FRUIT SAUCE. JUNKET TABLETS and JUNKET CRYSTALS. CUSTARD POWDER, including Foster Clark's, Uncle ,Toby, Par son's, Dainy Maid CORDIALS--Kia Ora Lemon, Raspberry, Orange, PAty-Fifty. CORDIAL EXTRACTS, in all Flavors. SMALL GOODS (Coupon Free).-Pressed Beef, Pork Brawn, Strasbourg Sausage, Beef Sausage, Frankfurts, Sausages, Say eloys, Rabbits, Veal and Tongue Loaf, Coo...

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

BUSINICS1 NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or a properties in Hoalesville and 0nding Districts should consult . J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman -- . - = ? Al Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths CHIOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE '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 he.e at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. 8OLICITOIM Slullett & Langford SOLICITORS LICITORS and COMMlIISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 893 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR REALESVILLE OFFICE lerte and Bradsha ,v's Buildings Betyw.n the hotrs of 3 p.m. and 6 p.ia. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: Iale?holle 39 M'U 4361 MEMORIAL HALL 1 TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Victor Mature and Lucille Ball In "SEVEN DAYS' LEAVE" (G) "SEVEN DAYS' LEAV...

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Where The Shoe Pinches To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Where The Shoe Pinches . -To the Editpr. Sir,-We Healesville ratepayers'find our rates high enough as it is. Is it fair that the council-instead of try ing to reduce rates-should propose to erect a "comfort station" (I won dered what this was at first!) for the "convenience" of visitors-at the rate payers' expense? Even if Government help is obtained, we ratepayers will still have to bear our share of the cost. On the council's own admission (see last council meeting report in your paper) the bowling green is an other white elephant that the ratepay ers have to keep on financing. Why should the sport of a few have to be paid for by the municipality? If the council subsidises bowls, why does It not subsidise other sports as well? It might find it better to provide the financial backing (out of the rate: payers' .pockets) for the race club, which at least shows a hope of some financial return, whereas the bowling green has been a dead' loss for years. Every year we hear the same old s...

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