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Healesville Helps the Poor and Needy ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY'S FINE YEAR'S WORK [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

Healesville Helps the Poor and Needy ALFRED HOSPITAL AUXILIARY'S FINE YEAR'S WORK Seventeenth annual meeting of the Healesville branch of the Alfred Hos pital Auxiliary, held in the Presbyter ian Hall on Thursday of last week, was well attended. Mrs. Campbell, of the City Council, Melbourne, was present. In opening the proceedings Mrs. Harold Furmston (president) wel comed the visitors and two new mem bers-Mesdames Dickens and An drews-and thanked members for valued co-operation. Prominent Speaker. Mrs. Campbell then took the chair, and was presented with a choice bouquet, kindly made by Mrs. M. Alexander. Mrs. Campbell's talk proved most interesting, and was greatly appreci ated by all. There had been ten in patients and 24 out-patients from Healesville, averaging 1i days each -who received treatment this year at the Alfred. Almost £7000 had been raised through the auxiliaries. Four honorary life governorships were presented to the following mem bers:-Mesdames H. Furmston (pre side...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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A Thought for To-day [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 September 1944

A Thought for To-day. If ever there was a city, that has reason to yearn for the hour of its "liberation" it is London; for London has "sacrificed practically everything except the one thing with which it refuses to part-its freedom. -Melbourne "Suri." Current Ration Coupons. The following ration coupons are now avai!?able:-Clothing and house h~io4A: At to A5 6; sugar, I to 85fnc'?- kumulated for bulk pur chase-new coupons MInday); butter 10 to 12 (available til: to-morrow); meat, 29 to 32. (till to-rnorrow). tea, 5 to 8 (till to-morrow). o:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

Your taxes pay the interest on Government Bonds Are you getting 1 : some part faxes back? Smart people put all they've got into government bonds. L Other people carry their money around in their pockets or hide it in teapots and mat '. tresses. If they put that money into bonds, they would get interest on it. But they don't, so they help to pay interest to S a those smart investors who do. Sound investment... patriotic, too You can't beat the Second Victory Loan as an investment. Imagine, for every £100 you lend you get £1/1.2/6 every six months and the £100 is still yours and will be repaid to you in full. That's a good day's pay-and you don't work to earn it. So don't keep any money at all around the house. You lose by it and so does your country and so do the troops. Betfore you do another IueL today go to your bank, savings bank, money order puost office or stockbroker. Fill in an application for as big a bond as you have money to pay for. ZY 33?7 1'Kestle & Newtonl 1 F ...

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The Salvation Army EXHIBITION AND FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

The SalvaLt> Ar E:DHIIBITION: AND 1." In connection with t::e Nalti Army annual Self-Denial Appeal, women's handicraft exhibition wi: held in the Army Hall recietly. !.1r. Brigadier R. Morrisoln, wife of the training principal, presided. Items were rendered by Mrs. Parnell, Mrs. Gunner, Captain and Mrs. McDona".!. Mrs. Morrison gave an intcrestinJ talk on "Army Work in Java." Prize winners were:-Plain spon g, Mrs. Tuite: fruit cake. Miss G. Bal chin; snuceI, Mrs. 'Tuite; sweets, r.. IA., X7:?ttingalow; Victory apron, Mrs. E. Good; Victory garment, Mrs. E. Good; novelty, Miss Cowan; jam, Mrs. Capt. McDonald; *pickles, Mrs. Phil lips, Net proceeds for the afternoon were £6/13/6. Thanks were extended to the judges, Mts. Brigadier Morri son, Mrs. Alexander and Mr. J. Fair bank. On September II a Liberty Fait was held in St. John's Hall, a goua:.y number being present in the after noon, heavy rain keeping some away. Mr. Hugh Huxhain performed the opening ceremony, and stall holders we...

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Looking Ahead. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

Looking Ahead. Pan-American Airways cannot be accused of letfing the grass, grow un der its landing gear, for it has recent ly published a post-war world time table for July, 194S. Possibly' the most interesting item is: "Leave New York 3 p.m., arrive" London S a.m. next day. -Return fare, £4.6." Allow= ing for five hours' difference of time, this means a twelve-hour trip, at a return fare which is about two-thirds the cost of carrying a passenger one Nway in the present-day four-engined aircraft.

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Cr. Dawborn Disappoints To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

Cr. Dawborn Disappoints To the Editor. SIr,-Surely a less fantastic reply to questions put civilly to him as a public man and a councillor could have been made by Cr. Dawborn in your last issue. His letter was fatu ous in the extreme, and tended to throw a ludicrous light on serious subjects. To give Cr. Cook his due, it must be admitted that he has stood his ground and confounded criticism. He has done it, too, in a logical and well reasoned manner. It is plain that he is attempting to do Heales ville a service. In this he is braver than most, for your readers will re member the adage about where it is "folly to be wise," and the other one about "a prophet having. no honor in his own country." So many strange things happen at Healesville that Mrs. Stainton's slogan to the effect that "if you have a crackpot suggestion Healesville will try it out" must be adjudged as being the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. It is plain that Cr. Dawborn cannot an swer the question...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

Croydon Market All round values were decid higher. Milking cows £18/5/-, heifers 15/-, stale £10/15/-; springing c £14/10/-, heifers £11/15/-; backs cows £9/5/-; yearling heifers 90/ 102/6; store cows £6/7/6 to £7/1 heifers to £6/5/-; fat, light steers fat cows £16/2/6, heifers f15/ beefy cows £12/17/6; choppers 10/- to £9/17/6; crackers to £5/1 dairy bulls £10/2/6. Calves.-Large vealers £9 to 15/-, small £5/5/- to £8/15/-; ca £3/5/- to £4/12/6, small 35/- to 3 light weights to 27/6. Pigs-Heavy porkers 96/6 to 11 medium 85/6 to 96/6, light 61/6 81/6; baconers to 136/6; chop sows to 104/6; sows and litters £ £7/10/-; bacon stores £3/17/6, po stores £3/2/6; slips 41/6 to 4 suckers 25/- to 41/-. Sheep.--Wethers to 34/6; e 30/6, six-tooth shorn 21/6, eight-t shorn 17/1 to 20/-; lambs-suC 23/3 to 27/9, woolly 24/-, shorn 1 plain 16/- to 19/6; store lambs to 15/3. Poultry.-Cockerels 24/-, roO5 21/6, cock chickens 17/3, white ch ens 15/-, stags 16/6, draklings 2 ducklings 14/-, ducks 13/3,...

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Service Men Aided. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

Service Men Aided. The sum of i?I , the last R.S.L. WI' ? evi cial. Mrs. Murphy won the euchre and M'Is. Gar.diner the booby consolations going to dames D. McLeod and P,. !c Miss Hort and Mr. Baker l Monte .Carlo. Little Judith. I ald ( ticket No. EBl.l1 won the d doll. Mr. A. E. Kestle conduct euchre, Mr. King was cashier, G. Pollard doorman, and Mr. drews M.C., in the absence Gardiner. Donation, MrI. Hodg The King's English. The claim that nothing iia class distinction more surely speech was made by Miss H. past-president of the Victorian ers' Union, at a meeting Women for Canberra Movenle Monday, when the hope was e ed by another memhbe, Mrs. Kelly, that during Education something should he done abo bad speech of so many childre adults, and the "ghastly voices' the radio. "When you correct children's speech you are told 'pansy' to talk like that," s moaned,, adding that there we one school--Geelong Grammar dealt with speech at all. Other ers quoted instances of cler with universi...

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Lilydale School Note[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

Lilydale School Not "An education should not be fied with imparting the informa which a pupil requires, equipping for a vocation, teaching him ho use his mind. It should send hin with a definite spiritual attitud life, and the material and basis a definite philosophy of livin, should have the aim which it v proibably profess to-day, which would certainly not disclaim? which in general it PUrsuiis heartedly and ineffectually, a the university stage, especially: in neower universities, wholly aba:ndo the aim which the Greeks hadl years ago."-"Education For a lW Adrift." Are parents interested in ed tion? Are they keen for their dren to learn after 1.1 years of -the compulsory age? The peopl Lilydale will have the opportunit answer these questions when the nual displ sy in hel: on October 2 There is evcry possibility of a ing of parents being called in the future to elect new menibers of school committee to replace dames Je:'rctt and Coombs, who left the district. It will he very teres...

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Healesville Water Trust BREEZY EXCHANGES AT MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

Heal sville Water Trust BREEZY T?hCT.\1TGES AT MONTHLY MEETING. Cn'r. W. J. Dawborn presided over Monday's inceting of the Healesville Water Trust. He had his hands full. R. C. Mottershead applied for water service to his property, off Birdwood avenue.-Permission granted to tap main with half-inch service. F. Johnstone applied for release of piping for various service require mnents.-These were granted: For Cmr. Dawborn's property; Mr. Bates; Mr. Isaac, St. Leonard's road: Mrs. Munro's. St. Leonard's road;. Mr. Roy, Symons street; Mr. F. Saunders, Fern shaw road; Mr. R. Christie. slaughter yard; Mrs. Hickey, Ncwgrove road. RECORD OF EXPENDITURE. Cmr. Strachan Smith thought it ad visable to have records kept of capi tal costs incurred in various trust undertakings. He moved accordingly. Seconded by Cmr. Huxham and car ried. DOUBTS ABOUT THE £21,200 SCHEME. Cmr. Cook complained of actions of the chairman (Cmr. Dawborn), who warned him about statements, and said he (Cni'. Cook) had bee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

13SINJSF NOTICES BOND IN THE SECOND Sponsored by J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent it your Investment to Fcealesvilla that 'ae 7flVret 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 heae at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITOPM Mullett & . Langford SOLICITORS dLIJITOIRS and COM}~1ISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVI'S Ic., S.A., and "'as. 8I55 COLL M"S ST., 1n?-LBOT3INE .TT ,ND AT 'I-HEIR IEALL. SVILLE O~T ICE Pierce and Dradsha-v's '?uilding Between the hou,- of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. I EVERY T: :,.YRS~)AY Telephono?1: 43 Ieslesville 39 _ , , 4'$? MEMORIAL HALL , TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Mickey Rooney and Marsha Hunt iit "THE HUMAN COMEDY" (G) "THE HUMAN COMEDY" (G) "THE HUMAN COMEDY" (G) "THE HUMAN COMEDY" (G) William Bendix and Grace Bradley Iii "TAXI, MISTER?" (X) "TAXI, MISTER?" (X). "TAXI...

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Community Concern To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

Community Concern -4----- To the Editor. Sir,-Two weeks ago Cr. Dawborn availed himself of: the courtesy of your columns to r4fer to matters of importance. They; were important from the ratepayeis' point of view, and were treated as: such by some cor respondents who nought further en lightenment. The only reply obtain ed was a flippant epistle, in which we were given some advice on taking our coats off, being contented, putting our shoulders to the wheel, and so on. Then we ,were assured there would al ways be an England. We were re minded of the part played by the Tourist Association in helping to make the place popular. We wene also reminded of the work done in New Guinea and elsewhere by our troops, and other irrelevant matter. He reminded us that this was written whilst there were cannon to ,ight of hini and cannon to left of him. There are hundreds of people who know all about the situation as far as the can non are concerned. They also know a lot about taking coats off and put...

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"NO PART OF A SCHEME," SAYS SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

"NO PART OF A SCHEME," SAYS SECRETARY. Mr. Massey enquired if the trust had a complete scheme before it for consideration beyond answers to ques tions and reports, which were no part of a scheme whatever. Cmr. Cook said he was not pre pared to take one person's word as final on a scheme involving an expen diture of C£21,200. He was prepared to back his own judgment until prov en wrong. So far none of the state ments he (Cmr. Cook) had made had been shown as incorrect. He was nt going to waste his time in laboring the matter furtheri. He had pointed out deficiencies in the proposal. It was no use accepting a report one month, another totally different one the next, and so on. Such inconsist encies bore no analogy to Einstein's Theory of Relativity. Cmnr. Pollard said .he would like to see some finality reached in the mat ter. At the present stage it seemed they were getting nowhere. He con sidered the proposal should be fully studied before being gone on with. -Cmr. Strachan Smith po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

.1 r have a And ti3i SJ;EC OA' Sponsored by T. t:rrhRALE~SViLLE TI`:s. ',E DfING LhGi3I3EiA1Y cfrchit *vo7 ''nvtisr nenit toL HealesviIle RlETURJI O ' --EER MOTTLES ' ( ALL II':ER bottles bearing this brand are urgently required. If in doubht asf to the name and address of the nearest agent write to or phone ...... The IAt$A' ? E!-Sl IiB; LE 360 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, C.1 - SECOND VICTORY LOAN )-i By Emile Mercier, Freelance, Sydney. FORD V-8 TRUCK Imported by Government Authorities as a Defence Measure, to ensure road transport within Austra!ia Are now Available for Essential o Users 158-INCH WHEEL BASE Three an:t 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 17,500 lbs, An Official 'Permit is necessary to purchase these Trucks. Your Ford Dealer will gladly help make the application . "- ', SALES SCATTLE, PIGS, SHEEP, POUL All Classes Liv...

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Healesville Shire Council SEPTEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

Healesville Shire Council SEPTE'M.BER 'IEETING. sll councillors present save Crs. . and -arton. CONDOLENCE. i..pahettic reference was made to p3asssinl of Messrs. V. H. Andrew, , ,. Taber, and Mrs. A. Kay, and w.as decided to send letters of con ,ence to the bereaved. CORRESPONDENCE. Hon W' H. Everard, fordarwing a er from the Minister of Public In eruction re establishment of higher enntalrY school at Healesville, stat there were insufficient pupils to tarrant the establishment of a high elementary school, but that a high elementary course would be includ Sin the State school curriculum at later date.-To be thanked. Heon. G. L. Chandler, letter received ' him on the same matter.-To be tanked. nladdock, Lonie and Chisholm, set tng out documents held on council's bhalf.-Received. Ieatherton Sanatorium, forwarding copY of letter received from Depart ment of Health re control of the in stitution.-Received. Shire of Mansfield, seeking support for scolutions submitted for inclusion in ag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

.x:..?:.. ..........::. i BARTOLD'S .............. ....:.·:::::-:um ,. :ima:: "L':" sil: . MILK OF MAGNESIA That is what AMother gives Me and wise mother too, beuuesa 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. nsates biliousness, etc. )y a large boble 1fsr BART2D'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Office, HEALESVILLE Pr.one 120 (After Hlours, Phone 2). Ma--.:garess, MISS E. MI. McDONALD " . ............ .............. ... ...... -....................... . . . . . Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE SSgTILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT' AT THE LO WVEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock Is killed locakly, at our Abattoirs, which aro of the most tip-to-date in Victoria , PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES ; u. 1 ..iII .l l... ll. I. II..II 11I.I 1« ........ ....... 11. . 1. . *1.*1 I., ..... . . . . ......«««·· «d The S?ience of being The only divid-rads yo...

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Robert Eadie's Jokes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

Robert Eadie's Jokes A bashful but careful parishioner accosted the vicar after the first read ing of the banns, and asked if he might .have them changed. "Certainly. You are not married yet, or legally bound in any way," :the vicar assured him. "That's what I wanted to know. You see, I've been thinking, -and, seems to me, I'd rather have her' sis ter." You can please yourself," replied the vicar. "But, of course, fresh banns must 'be published.," "Ah!" A pause. "But, vicar, I paid 'ee half-a-crown for: putting up those banns. Shall I have to pay an other half-crown?" "Of course -you will." "Oh!" A long pause. Then, with sudden resolution: "Av, well; leave 'mri be as 'tis."... A wealthy woman asked an assist ant in the wool department of a big shop for instructions on how to make a dog's sweater. "How big is the dog?" asked the sales gifl. The woman's illustrations were not very successful. "Maybe you'd better bring him in," suggested the girl. "Oh, I can't do that," said 'the woman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

aI Daryl,, to Iis old wife. Joan. "ie, side by side. have aged and grown. But here I tell you, plump and plai., You shall not poultice me againl There's sonmeuthing ilew to cure one faster io crouh or cold thall musta:rd plnster, No more these blisters I'll endure, I'l purchase Woods' Great Pppermint Cure." If your Priority Number Is In accord with the recent Government regulations 'Box Hill Tyre Serice Pty. Ltd. Can RE-CAP, RE-TREAD, and REPAIR YOUR TYRES Supply all Sizes New Tyres and Tubes as available Enquiries welcomed at 1013 WHITEHORSE ED., BOX BiLL 'Phone WX 2305 iMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO EVERY FARMER IN TILE 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 of Australia Ltd. has decided to re lease expert Service Men to serve its Lilydale District Agent, to oper a Service Station, now in operation at K. E. McCracken's, Main street, Lilyd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

DBNTISTS MR. H.! STOCK ji SURGEON-DENTIST VISPIS HEBALESVILLE V?ReY SATUJRDAY FORTNIGHT Sat the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, SEPITEMBEIR 30th - S.ATRDAY, OCTOBER I1th SATURDAY, OCTOBERIIt 2Sth SATURDIAY, NOVEMBER 1lth .)$ATjiJIDAY, NOVEIMBER 25th SATURDAY, I)IECEMBER th .1 Address: ` i ALSTON -BUILDINGS S 2 ELIZABETHI STREET , Phones. . Central 2657 ;- 4es ese? llle 151 MR. FRAN K H.'C'O K SURGEON-DENTIST 210 BALACLAVA ROAD •CAUFI:L OAULFI~LD SVISITS HEALESVILLE 'EVERY THURSDAY L 2 p.m. till 630 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Hea'ikisville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERIED PROMPTLY:-TO ANY PART OF TILE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE. CHANDLER CLINE AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 ! 11 Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-W?HY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE. WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special,,10/- per 1Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET September 20 and 21. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

garket Report .,OURI`NI IG MIARKET i eptember 20 and 21. a great session Messrs. T. SLogan had at the Melbourne .,arlet last week, with prices still cremunerative, as may be gaug .an the re Port submitted by that which reads as under:- rrs-Selling freely; best 48/- to ;uckerS 2_I/- to 24/-. .:ers-_ll descriptions sold read at late values. Ours 65/- to £5 i;:gatter.- Unaltered; best £11 1" 9/-, others £5/10/- to £9/10/-. o'd drafts; R. Gliggins £1ll/14/-, b~ackhcu::e £10/16/-, G. Wort coni.--- Shorter supply, demand dy at late rates. We sold eleven vies for Lewis and Louden to £8 averaging £S/1/-; then slx . C. elett at £7/6/6, five Lewis and en at £7/5/6, seven N. Nicho' t ,/':;, eight Forster Bros. at 14, eight Lewis and Louden at r A. A. Stoddart at £ 7/4/6, C. 3i/, six Forster Bros. at £7/2/li rA. A. Stoddart at f7/4/6, C. ceat ,;t19/6, three H. Louden at 17/;, eight I-i. J. Taylor at £6 '6, eight L. Nash at £6/12/c, W. selett £i;c/15/6 and many others. Calves.--Still very low, a...

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