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Odds and Ends [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

. Odds. and Ends Mr. J. Hume had another birthday on Wednesday of last week, a num ber of friends attending the celebra tion on Friday night. Healesville's quota for the Second Victory Loan is: £25,000, subscribers being assessed at 250 from a popula tion of. 2,400. Mr. A. Harry Blackwood, Heales ville's- up-to-date: shoeman, has EIromo Bark cut soles and heels for sale in all sizes. They can be easily and quickly fitted by the home boot re pairer-and at such a saving of cost! If the famous "rockery" is any cri terion, Healesville's idea seems to have been to widen one street and narrow another, Some night there'll be a fatal accident at the "beautiful plantation." Instead of repining to night, why not remove the danger to day?

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

i ......ARTOLD' ::: : ::1 ILK OF MAGNESIA That is what Mother gives Me mad wise moi? th see, bemase Ml of Magsueesla i ideal f.r helping to keep - rchildren healhhy. It assists ature to F keep little stomachs free from dsagerOs acids, and so aids digeuliea sad ellt ! Iastes billousaees, eta. BARTyOD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post 011c. HEAL.UVILLE Phsone 120 (After Hours, Phemae ). Managaress, MISS E. M. McDONALD Public Novice I ALEX CHRISTIE STILL 8BLL8 TIHE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE S All Stock Is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are * ·of the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES '.1 =..a/./ .-i. .Ni U . .. . ?-.,.o.. .. ...... ,............ . I,.I?, *..... . . ....N........ ........ ...... The Science of being "BROKE" te only dividends you get from spend- t-you-eo us dow,-bodde. but ea a frayed trouser cat. cTir be aen olda. a odvio u but it eel keeps a mn (or wonan) on top d the world". By the s mpI...

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

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO EVERY FARMER IN THE LILYDALE AND YARRA VALLEY DISTRICTS Service Station at LILYDALE OPENED FOR USERS OF INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS, McCORMICK DEERING TRACTORS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS The International Harvester Company ofL-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. McCrack!en's. aoin s.re-t, Lilydale, for the purpose of starting and Demonstrating McCo mic':-Deer ing Tractors. Assembling and Fitting the latest McCormick-Deering Farm Implements, Install:tion of Inter n national Milking Plants, Servicing an] Repairing International Trucks, Mic Cormick-Deering Tractors, and all types of MIcCorm!c!h-Dee:iug F&.-a: Implements. The Ser:ice Station will be fitted out with Modern Equipment to carry out this important work. SPARE PARTS STOCKED ON THE PREMISES. The Service Station is for the Farmer ONLY. and we reel that by bringing .theServicing of all Internationa...

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More Traffic Offence [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

More Traffic Offences The presence of several members of the traffic police at the Lilydale police court on Friday last forebodes ill for those erring truck drivers who run the gauntlet of evading the pa- trol on the main road at the ap- proaches to the town. The restrictions on road transport are so exacting and varied that when- ever one of these vigilant sweep down upon a suspect, the latter (may) consider himself fortunate if he sur- vives the questionnaire and the in- evitable "bluey."   Included in the list of offenders was a motor car driver, William Disney, who was charged with using a prohibited fuel in the engine of a vehicle, with the object of exceeding the mileage allowed by the restric- tions. The constable was not satisfied that the tank contained petrol, as the owner contended. He syphoned out a sample and subjected it to a hydro- meter test, which indicated a large proportion of kerosene. The sur- prised driver then admitted having supplemented his petr...

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Privy in Disguise To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 September 1944

Privy in Disguise To the Editor. Sir,-The piece in your paper a fortnight back about the council call- ing the proposed "toffy" new public urinal a "comfort station" is the fun- niest bit I've read in years. Are you sure it was part of the council meet- ing report, or did it fall out of Robert Eadie's joke column by mistake? But no, it couldn't have, for in your last issue we find this big joke capped by W. J. Dawborn writing as follows: "The proposed comfort room should fill a long-felt want, a place where visitors may rest." Can you beat that? Fancy the visitors being expected to rest in the W.C.! After a statement like that; I ask you, sir, in all serious ness, what is this town coming to? Yours, etc., "PEEPING TOM." Healesville, 11/9/44.        

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A Comparison To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

A Comparison .To the 1iitr. Sir,-I am enclosing a cutting de. scribing Caulfield's war work. It is worth printing. and following, in all districts. As written, "the streets are clean and free from all forms of gambling." It is sad indeed to see the various war efforts having to resort to gamb ling to raise funds, and particularly the Junior Red Cross. TI:e moral tone of the community is o'::. red thereby, and money can be raised without gambling, and a direct giving plan is by far the best.-Yours, etc., ETHEL SHAW. Healesville. 19/9,'-1-. The cutting; referred to, taken from the "Church of England Messenger," creads as follows:- "RED ('RlOSS AND COMFORTS FUNDI) "Caulfield's? Grand Effort. "The City of Caulfield has ra ',!d since the incoption of the Mayor's Patriotic Fund in October, 1.9:9, to the end off July. 19!i 1, tIhe sum of £7,r,000, for ani expenditure of about one penny in the pound. The back bone of this remarkable result rests in a Direct Giving Plan, whereby con tributio...

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam. Last Saturda: repre-entatives of the Healesville B?owlinf Club visited Lilydale to attend their opening of the season. The ceremony was per formed by the president (Mr. Brown). who cordially welcomed all and said h ae was pleased to see members from Ieales'ville present. During the after noon a Lilydale rink played one from Healesville comprising Messrs. S. Elackburn. L. J. Adam, P. Murn and D. ra tholomew (c.: tvr- .:e ends he in played, Lilydaie winni'g by :. We thanked them for their hospitait y and wished them every success in their pe.::cant games in the E. and C. see ti,? of the Metropolitan Association. A few enthusiastic b,owls members w.r,, present at the \'or-king bee on W'elnesday to comnience operations on the new pavilion. To-day is the opening day of the Lilydale Tennis Club. and Healesville b:: been invited to attend. We are looking forward to an enjoyable after At monthly meeting of Dads' As sociation tribute was paid to the worth of the l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

in e wSECOND VICTORY Sponsored by THE IIEALESVILLE IDEAL LENDING LIBRARY Credit your Investment to Healesville BEETURN OF B EER BOTTLES ALL BEER bottles bearing this brand are urgently required. If in doubt as to the name and address of the nearest agent write to or phone ...... The MIANUFACTUREIIS' BOTTLE CO1MPANY of VICTORIA Py. Ltd. lING 360 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. C.I IU 3301 SECOND VICTORY LOAN - \ y Cl, Freelance, Sydney. {':-7 ' ? '-'?,,'.................. FORD V-8 TRUCKS Imported by Government Authorities as a Defence Measure, to ensure road transport within Austrn!ia Are now Available for Essential Users 158-INCH WHEEL BASE Throe 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 S-ply on 20 x 7 wheels) Spring Capacities, 14,450 or 17,500 lbs. -An Official Permit is necessary to purchase these Trucks. Your Ford Dealer will gladly help male the application Roche's Healesville Garage AU...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

Let others sing e;f Prince andl ihlig, For Inlle's "a thlenmll that's greater; - I sing that great, that ?olndrous thing, King Cough's Extirminatori No victor in triumplal car Shows conauest half as sure, ' For greater far the triumplhs are Of Woods' (reat Pelpernmint Cure. Less Coal - - - Fewer Trains It would be as illogical and unfair to criticise your Railways for -their present shortcomings . due solely to shortage of coal . .; as to blame the farmer for a poor harvest in time of drought. Once' adequate supplies of coal are again available there heed be no concern about the ability of your Railways to give efficient and wholly satisfying service. Outstanding proof. of their: capacity and. versa tility is provided by the magnitude and 'urgency of the task .. . unprecedented in the history'of this country . successfully accomplished in meeting . the exacting demands of defence, in addition to civilian requirements, during the war years. A continuance of your friendly understandin...

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A Responsibilty To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

'A Responsibilty To the Editor, Sir,-I wish to' voice an emphatic protest against children-little girls mostly - being introduced - to the gambling evil on one pretext or an other. This has been pronounced of late, and is a cause of considerable indignation. Surely money can be raised without recourse to the little ones being introduced td-the elements of gambling. Those in authority, re ligious leaders,. teachers, and private individuals who have the children's welfare at heart, should roundly con demn such proceedings and ece that they are made to cease. The parents, too,. must do their part by exern;sing a closer watch over how ' the little ones' time is being utilised.-:-Yours, etc., "I. Al. VIGILANT'." Healesville, 18/9/44.

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All Well At Home A BURST OF PATRIOTIC FERVOR To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

All Well At Home A LURST OF PATRIOTIC FERVOR To the Editor. pir.-WVhat a wonderful response to your heavy type headline. "State of Alarm," came in your last issue. AI] the well known writers were stirr ed to action. "Cannons to right of hin, etc., volleyed and thundered." 1'1The wCere also a few "robombs" giv. it advice about what should be done ,ith this and that, and the bowling ewen came in for its three penny uworth of "'hurry up," and one sugges tion a: referendum of ratepayers on the matter. \'hy not include the defaulting rate!,aycrs, who up to 31/7/14 owed the council £1000 on their properties ,ithin the shire. Rates are the first iten on the receipts side of the coun cil's estimate of receipts and expen diture. and if that itenm is in arrears the expenditure has to be curtailed or up goes ine bank overdraft. Glanc ing at the estimate made last year, on which the three shillings in the £ was Struck, the bowling green showed a Irofit of 30 per cent. against the debit of 20 pe...

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Egg Appeal To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

Egg Appeal To the Editor. Sir,-I am writing to ask if you would boe kind enough to give some publicity . in the columns of your paper to the Royal Melbourne Hospi tal Annual Egg Appeal, which takes place on October 10. At the present time nearly 500 dozen eggs are used each week in" the hospital, and with the prospect of an egg shortage next yjear, when so many eggs will have to' be exported to Europe, it is hoped that ouf' appeal will receive the same gene rous response from the public as in past years. Anyone wishing to do nate,eggs has only to advise the hos pitl;d and egg boxes and containers will be forwarded to them and, When returned, freight will be paid at this end. Thanking you.-Yours, etc., BARBARA MACKAY. Melbourne;, 20/9/44.

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Hospital Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

Hospital Sports By R. R. Cochran. The hospital sports committee got down to business last Monday even ing to commence work in preparation for the monster sports meeting to be held on Queen's Park oval on Boxing Day, to aid the Healesville Bush Nurs ing Hospital. After a thorough over haul of last sports program it was decided to make the amount of prize money £1.50, as against £130 at Eas ter, an increase of £20, which the comnaittee thought was warranted to make our meeting more progressive. It wa5s decided that in addition to the winner of the Victorian under hand wood chop taking the sweep stake, cup and sash, an inscribed tro phy would be given to the runner-up of this important contest. The underhand wood chop handicap was increased £5, while the standing block chop had a further £3 added. Also, there would be a district wood chop, limited to axemen within a 20-mile radius who have not won Lc; in any chop.( The double-handed sawing contest was not altered. .In the horse events ...

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Robert Eadie's Jokes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

Robert Eadie's Jokes A beautiful Russian actress was at a reception. She was asked by her hostess to recite something. She could think of nothing to suit the occasion, and begged to be let off with a short selection in her native language. Her audience could not understand a word, but were enthralled by her gestures and tones. She receved t:r mendous applause. Just before the guest went her hos tess said, "Do tell me what you re cited." "It has no name," said the actress. "I was counting from one to two hun died and thirty-in Russian." The girl in the bus took her powder puff from her pocket and began pow dering her face. That finished, she took out her lipstick and made up the curves of her mouth. Still not con tent with her appearance, she devoted her attention to her eyebrows. This beauty treatment was too much for the conductor, who had beenr watching her every move, and lie called out: "Any gent here like to borrow my shaving tackle?" On reaching the age of fourteen, Henry left...

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Sanctuary Committee [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

Sanctuary Committee At the September meeting Mr. D. Fleay reported: "Arcadia" planted. Manna gum planted. Creek walks up and down boundary cleared. More tree ferns wanted. Arrival of tiger cat from Otwvays; 7/t to be sent to Mr. Culton. Arrival of golden python from New Guinea; send £3 to Sapper Givens. H. Postlethwaite cleared one job; others to be done in spare time. Wrote to Deputy Director of Man Power and obtained services of a local carpenter for an indefinite period. PuMl!i Works officials were visiting the sane, tuary on 13th inst. During the scho~: holidays the staff were very busy. A koala was found dead, apparently from natural causes. Food supply for pelican was particularly short. -Adopted. Accounts. Accounts totalling £174 were pass ed for payment. General. The sum of £200, to be placed into a trust account for. building works," and eradication of blackberries, clean ing paths, planting tree ferns, repair ing seats, etc., to be done up £25. Secretary of Lands to be wri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

IBsINICW NOTICES Bu THE COND Sponsored by ,. DAWBORN eal Estate and Business Agent your Investment to Healesville o-----= that ,a0e 21lonete 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. ------ ---- Vac1 05,n ed's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. BOLICITORS lullett & Langford SOLTC? ORS. CITORS ar:d COMRMISSIONERS FOR AFFIPMAVITS ic., S.A., and! ras. 4 COLLINS ST., IMELBOURITi ,TTT1ND AT THEIR EIFALESVILLE OFFICE erce and Bradshaw's Buildings ,etween the huurs'of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. ET 5F1Y Ti-URSDAY l Telephones: l rlle .39 . -- - 1 04 MEMORIAL HALL :J TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Johnny Weismuller and Nancy Kelly ......in ...... "TARZAN'S DESERT MYSTERY" "TARZAN'S DESERT MYSTERY" "TARZAN'S DESERT MYSTERY" "TARZAN'S DESERT MYSTERY" (G) Susan Hayward and Wnm. Holden li "YOUNG AND WILLIN...

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My Life in Africa (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

My Life in Africa By Robert Eadie, IM.B.E. (Continued) Farther out on the Cape flats, which separate the peninsula from the mainland, other Hottentots lived. The Europeans had no knowledge of what lay behind the range of mountains, but were very anxious to find out. To get in touch with these clans an ex pedition was sent out in 1655. This was the beginning of a series of ex peditions which were despatched from time to time during the next two gen erations for the purpose of bartering for cattle with .the natives. Each expedition was equipped with an. am ple supply of provisions, besides a quantity of articles which were ex changed for cattle. As a matter of fact, these expeditions were not de spatched for the purpose of obtaining cattle only. The leaders were instruc ed to observe and note the physical features of this country and its poten tialities with regard to minerals and precious stones. There were always plenty of men who were ready and willing to go on these trips, for the...

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Warburton Police Court LIQUOR NEAR DANCE HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

Warburton Po'ice Court -0--- LIQUOR NEAR DANCE HAL!.. Alexander Richard Gauld and Charles William White were jointly charged with having intoxicating liquor under their control in the vicinity of a public hall, where a dance was in progress. The offence was proved by Mount ed-constable H. Basham. who gave evidence that at about ..4,0 p.m. on July s he sc;v defendant Gauld stand ing near a car parked outside the cabaret, where a dance was being erl'.!. :There were two br?ttles of beer iproduced and an empty bottle in the car. Gauld admitted ownership of the car and the liquor, and White, who was sitting in the front seat, was seen to lean over the back and drop the empty bottle on the floor. White said he knew he should not have drunk the liquor. Defendants, who were not in court, were fined £4- each, and an order was made for the liquor to be confiscat ed. £50 FINE. Charged with having unlawfully used premises of which he was the occupier for the purpose of betting. George William H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

DHtXISTS MR. H. STOCK fl SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESV ILLE I M?EY BATURIDAY FORTNIGHT ·t? at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: I SATURDAY, SIEI'TEIMIItE 30th SATURDAY, OCTOI'ER1 IIth I SATURII)AY, OCTOB'I'E?I 2Nt!l I SATURDAY, NOVE1ERIL I ith SATURDAY, NOVEMIBERI '5th SATURDAY, i)lDCE3:11BE1R th ... City Address: .! A.LSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Centrai 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD i: CAULFIELD ) VISIT8 HEALESVILLE 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 DELIVEIED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUI , HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 ! Ul Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Freo Catalogue. Men and Women...

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"THE GREATEST OF THESE IS CHARITY." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

"THE GREATEST OF THESE IS CHARITY." .v The officers and members of the Healesville branch of the Alfred Hos pital Auxiliary are to be congratulat ed on their excellent record of achievement during the year, as shown in the auxiliary's annual report printed on the front page of this is sue. The aged, the poor and the sick we have always with us, and their claims must receive our ready consid eration. In these troublous times, where there are such a multiplicity of calls upon the public purse, it is sad to reflect that such a valuable insti tution as the Alfred Hospital should be finding it hard to carry on its splendid and essential work. The Al fred is an institution that should re ceive first help; its financial require ments must not be allowed to go un heeded. It performs a wonderful work in giving medical aid to desti tute people who otherwise might be stranded and left to die untended. The editor of this paper remembers his mother taking him as a small boy to scea very old lady...

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