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Save The Forests Campaign PICTURES AT LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 September 1944

Save The Forests Campaign PICTURES AT LILYDALE. The devastation caused by bush fires on timbered and rural lands, par ticularly forest reserves and water catchment areas, with its consequent effect upon water supply, soil ero sion and incalculable loss of much needed building material, were graph ically depicted in picture and story at the Athenaeum Hall on Wednesday night, before a large and interested audience. With droughty conditions prevail ing all over Victoria, the forthcoming summer is regarded with apprehen sion by departmental officials and bush fire organisations, in view of the disregard by many land holders, and the travelling public of the careless use of fire. With the object of countering the apparent apathy a "Save the Forests" campaign has been inaugurated by the Forests Commission, with the co operation of numerous public organ isations and bush fire brigades. Cr. J. Plante, of the Lilydale Bush Fire Brigades' Group, was responsible for having the illustration of ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Infant Welfare NEW PLAY CIRCLE OPENED [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

-Infant We!fare NEW PLAY CIRCLE OPENED. The increasing interest in infant welfare work at Lilydale was amply demonstrated last Friday afternoon by the large assemblage of womenfolk and children at the sixth annual meet ing of the local centre and the in auguration of the nursery play circle. The shire president (Cr. Tribolet) officiated, and in his introductory re marks congratulated the officials and parents upon the prog. ess ma:le dur ing recent years, and the wonderful help and advice tendered ro.:oaers ir, promoting the heali'i and cmei ol cnil dren, along with t!LC provision of a nursery play circle and an auxiliary to the work of the cntre. The reports of th i sister in charge d!srloser- a most satisfi'':.ry state of affairs, particularly the increasing in terest and the desire of parents to take advantage of the facilities avail able. The number of birth notifica tions received during the year reach ed so; new entries on the roll aggre gated 55, and 112 individual babies att...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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New Street For Old To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

SNew Street For Old To the Editor. Sir,-My attention has been drawn to the remarkable transformation that has taken place. in Symons street, where a narrow-too narrow to be serviceable - concrete footpath has been laid down. Who waved the, magic wand? Why hag Symons street been singled out for this particular "favor"? Setting aside the other back streets that need' the attentions of .a good fairy as much as it did, what about the main street, parts of which' are in desperate straits 'and are a positive menace to pedestrians? Why should one back street find itself crowned with a concrete cycle track, while important main roads are left neglected? Something will have to be done about street maintenance and that before long-or things will become un'remediable.-Yours, etc., "I. M. VIGILANT." Healesville, 2/10/44.

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Complete Silence To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

Complete Silence To the Editor. Sir,-Was the proposed comfort station just a splash in the pan? I see no mention of it in your last coun cil meeting report.-Yours, etc., "PEEPING TOM." Healesville, 4/10/44. (We heard nothing about it at the last council meeting.-Ed., "G.") You wrap tip your head in red flannel, You shuffle and snort in bed, You plaster each pand and each panel. In dread of a draughil.tht is dead, . Na6 Cast all your wnips to the needy. Such miseries nlever endure. " For thero iG a Prmcedyr pccdy In Woods' Ureat Peprermint Cure.

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Road Transport Association INAUGURAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

Road Transport Association INAUGURAL MEETING. The inaugural meeting of the Vic torian Road Transport Association in the lower Melbourne Town Hall was attended by 35lo road transport oper ators. Members of the Master Car riers' Association of Victoria, the Commercial Users' Association aid light delivery operators joined to gether to form one association, to be representative of the whole industry. The new association has ten divisions, including general cartage, light deliv ery, road hauliers, furniture operat ors, milk carriers, ancillary users, road passenger service operators, hire cars and taxi cabs. The constitution of the new associ ation was adopted unanimously. The meeting was presided over by Mr. H. W. ,Wansley, president of the Master Carriers' Association, and was ad dressed by Mr. D. Belcher, president of the Commercial Miotor Users' As sociation; Mr. J. Caddy, chairman of light delivery operators; Mr. C. L. Menhennit, solicitor for the associa tion, and Mr. G. N. King, ...

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Robert Eadie's Jokes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

Robert Eadie's Jokes The university professor was giving informal lecture on physiology to class of mixed students. 'Er-it has recently been found," droned on, "that the human body' stains considerable quantities of phur." "Sulphur!" exclaimed one of the aung ladies of the class. "How much lphur is there in a girl's body?" "That varies with different cases," plained the professor. "Some girls he more than others." The fair student smiled. "Oh, professor," she demanded, "is that why some of us make better matches than others?" The new minister had asked Eph to lead in prayer. It was Eph's first experience of this sort. Twenty min ates passed and he was still praying. The congregation became restless. Finally from one of the deacons came Sstrong "Amen." Eph looked up and exclaimed: 'Thanks, deacon. That's the word re been trying to think of ever since I started." A herd of cows fought its way out 0f a railway truck. Said one cow, "My dear, its ghastly;. we were herd ed together like h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

Give them the arms and they'll finish the job They were forced out at Dun- our armed forces can drive on kiik - beaten in Greece and with the certain knowledge Crete - nearly destroyed on that we are with them heart the borders of Egypt ...'all and soul... and purse. because we hadn't spent * * enough of our money buying These Second Victory Loan arms for them. bonds are the best investment you - arms for them. can make. But don't think of Now they're on top of the that. Just think that you are help world. We have forged the ing to make the world free for the weapons that they are using kind of life you led before 1939. weaponsGo to-day, to-day, TO-DAY, to to drive those malignant your bank, savings bank, money forces back to the place oz order post office or stock broker. their spawning. Sign an application for the big Don'tltus stop now. Let gest bond you can possibly buy. Don't let us stop now. Let Bonds are obtainable for £10 or us buy and buy bonds so that multiples of £10. Do ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

S4EAKnin o$ SrinAs. Lovely Laraine Day plays nurse to Gary Cooper in Paramount's Technicolor picturisation of the story of the present-day hero, Dr. Corydon Was'sell in "The S ( 5 Story of Dr. Wassell." tSLJL5LiLUJ1 O 1 s PtR.SYPUsLIC PERFORMANCf WAS AT THE A'E ' . OF 9 BEFORE DEVOTED UTE INDIANS & THEY TAUGHT HER TO RIDE,ROPE CALVES. AND NEVER CRY HER FATHER WAS GOVERNMENTINTREPTER FOR TH : :ES 1 : N HOLLYWOOD LARAINE A HER TWIN PLAYING WESTERNS BROTHER CAME IN : ,?? 5ONTHE STOFY OF I W(,SSE LL LARAINE IS ACAIN A gf PURSES c-ARYCOXPER S IS HR CO-STAR TER - M- QN t6AA' ~ 9C-ION IN'' RU ONE (TURN IN HZR MUVC. CAFR VA NuCK ptE j CAME WHEN SHE PLAVED THE &1ER hAROLLIWO HpI NURSE TO'O KILDARE -O lIRtTUN 1I OF BEERU IBOTTLES ALL lEE:I bottles bearing this brand are urgently required. If in doubt as to the name and address of the near, st C agent write to or phone...... The 1A:'F al UA I JlEU' BlTi "ST ; C€3O1P,B 1" of 'l"?'i` ORIA Pli y. i.td. ? . 360 COLLINS STREET, MELB...

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OUR ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

OUR ANSWER. When Mr. Churchill declared re cently that "we must drive on through the storm, now that it reaches its final fury," Australia's Prime Minis ter, Mr. Curtin, added a comment that should be heeded by every Australian citizen. "I cannot imagine," Mr. Cur tin declared, "anyone hearing Mr. Churchill's speech doing other than his utmost to hasten the final vic tory." On September 26 the Com monwealth Government opened the subscription list for its Second Vic tory Loan of £160,000,000, and the words of both Prime Ministers should spur everyone in Austrlalia to the ut most effort in the greatest cause of all time-the ending of a conflict that has been waged for the very soul of humanity. We can be glad that the end of our dreadful nights seems to be within measurable distance, but we should all resolve that our joy and our hope are reflected in renewed zeal and not in waning effort. Above the desolate ruin of war hovers th ry of our sons who have gtivhen we may live. In due tim...

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A Rejoinder To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

A Rejoinder To the Editor. ,Thet latest sensation is that ''D orn disappoints. Apparently ?'? expected by "I. . vigilant" to a budget of debits and credits eonithi:i So he became heated der the collar and proceeded to ae a ch allengc. Two votes have o been mentioned. Such tactics ne no terrors far me. But speak of challenges reminds me that J." himself was challenged to de ,, c rtaui matter in public, but idto do so. So where is his au rv to challenge me? I now ask She accept it and then I will chal him to contest my seat in the eilI at the next general election, certain conditions, viz.: That neither of us shall vote That the challenge be decided the first preference vote. t3) That the loser donate the £fl sit, if collectable by him, to the ,e council bowling green account. Ssymptathise with my "Three Shil ,Rate" friend. That rate has been ea li on many ratepayers. It was posed tby the council after close rutiny of expenditure. From wh:at have seen of the figures for the past ear t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

BUSI'tISr NOTICES N THE ECOND Sponsored by ,J. DAWBORN eal Estate and Business Agent tyourI Investment to Healesville that i oe oneS 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 here at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITODS Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and. Tas. 95 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR IEhALESVILLE OFFICE ierce and Bradshaw's Bullding' Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: MEMORIAL HALL J TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Abbott and Costello In "HIOLD THAT GHOST" (X) "HOLD THAT GHOST" (X) "HOLD THAT GHOST" (X) "HOLD THAT GHOST" (X) Gloria Jean and Donald O'Connor I' "NEVER BEEN KISSED)" (G) "NEVER BEEN KISSEI)" (G) "NEVER BEEN HISSEI)" (G) Paramount News; "Going Places" WEi)NESDAY, ...

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A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

A Thought for To-day. "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities and powers, against the rulers of the darkness of the world, against spirit ual wickedness in high places." .-St. Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians, vi, 12. Currenl Ration Coupons. The tollowing i'.,ion coupons are now available:-Clothing and house hold drapery, Al to AG5; sugar, 1 to 10 (mlay be accumulaTed for bulk pur chase); butter, 13 to 3 ., until Octo ber 21; tea, 9 to .". --ai!l October 21; meat, 32 to 36, unl '?,tober S. Petrol ration tickets for ,October now avail able; dcwee at coup' , post office' on October 28. ;··

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

IN MEMORIAM STANLEY.-A tribute of love to' the memory of dear Mum, died October 9th, 1943. -Ever remembered by Basil, Vera, and granddaughter Jhil. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post freo to -any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, OCTOBER -7, 1914

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Unity in Fire Fighting PLANS FOR COMING SUMMER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

Unity in Fire Figh ti ng " PLANS FOR COMING SUMMER. The recent conference of fire fight :ng organisations convened by the MIinister of Forests (Mr. Lind) and the Chief Secretary (Mr. Hyland) dis pelled all doubts regarding concerted efforts to avoid fire dangers in the coming summer. It was a representa tive conference, one fully seized of the importance of a combined effort to avoid the disasters of last summer. Country fire brigades, bush fire bri gad, 3, the Ar::my. the Air Force, the Forests Commission, the Country Ltoads Board, the Rlcilways depart Inent, the Metropolitan Board of Worke, the Save the Forests League. the Police department, the Graziers' Association-all pledged themselves to give the utmost co-operation to the State Government in the prevention and suppression of fires. They also affirmed the principle of a co-ordln ated effort to this end. More Equipment Sought. The conference was of the opinion that the State Government should seek the release of more equipment...

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Big Things in the Wind To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

Big Things in the Wind To the Editor. Sir,-It is pleasing to see bly your issue of September 16 that our rate payers are waking up to the waste o. money by our council. I am sure a balance sheet of the business of the bowling green would be an eye-opener-all for a privileged few. And now there is talk of a rest room which will only benefit a pri vate firm and people travelling through. The ratepayers have a splendid rest and reading room only a few yards away at our Memorial Hall, which wants to be opened longer, especially the hours when the shops are closed. There are all conveniences there also. If our councillors would only keep awake it would not be long before our railway is electrified, when it is quite on the cards that the passenger plat form will be down Green street, and the proposed quarry traffic will make this street quite busy, and it will want no obstruction.' Also, the railway will provide a waiting room and conveni ences free to the public.-Yours, etc., "RATEPAYER....

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C.W.O. Ball SUCCESSFUL YARRA GLEN EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

C.W.O. Bali SUCCESSFUL YARRA GLEN EFFORT. .Under the auspices of the Yarra Glen branch of the Catholic WVelfare Organisation, a most successful ball was held in the Yarra Glen Hall on Friday, September 2. The hall was very attractively decorated with flow ers, foliage and gum tips, and fes toons of blue and white streamers were susuended from the roof to form an artistic canopy over the dancers. The hall was packed, with surround ing districts well represented, besides many visitors from Melbourne. Mrs. Jelley represented C.W.O. headquar ters. In his usual accomplished manner Mr. "Ranji" Gardiner (Healesville) M.C.'d, and to the strains of the Boo merang orchestra dancers tripped the light fantastic until 2 a.m. The lucky spot dance was won by Mr. J. Brenda and Mrs. Robert. Euchre and raffles supplemented the dancing, and it is anticipated that £ 10 will be handed over to the C.W.O. to aid the fighting forces. The president (Mr. Murphy), secre tary (Mrs. E. Parker),, treasurer (Mr. ...

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The Busy Bee To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

The Busy Bee To the Edit'a. Sir,-It is only fair to give credit where it is due, and I think it is more than due to Mr. Adam for the won derful work he is doing in building the new howling green pavilion. I passed by on horseback the other day, and there was our good friend "Pop" down on all fours and with the per spiration pouring down his face. I know this, for as I passed and waved an arm he withdrew his pocket hand kerchief and began to mop his face. I felt like getting off the horse and inviting "Pop" to a refr'sher. Rain or shine, I'm told. there he is--work ing away with a will to make a het ter home for the bowlers. More power to him, I say! And that's what he wants-more man power for the job in hand. I'll bhe with him as much as possible. Let's hope the other bowlers-and the councillors-will do the same.-Yours, etc., "UNCLE BEN." Healesville, -1/10/44,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK r?{ SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS IIEALESVILLE VIMY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT il. at the S? MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1-4th SATURDAY, OCTOB :I "28ith SATURDAY, NOVEMBIIER 1 lth SATURDAY, NOVE EMBERI 25th. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9th R! City Address: : ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: central 2507 --- Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK L SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS IIEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY L 2 p.m. till 5.30 6 Or by Special Appointment 1. AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVEJRED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRIICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIV AVENUE, ILEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 ,:!111 Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulttn SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES , SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Priee, 5/- Box Extra Speiall, 10/- per Box WHite for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest, All...

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam. The annual meeting of the Heales ville Tennis Club was held in St. John's Hall on September 2S, twenty members being present. The Various reports proved satisfactory, and' keen interest was taken in activities for the coming season. The opening day was fixed for Saturday, October 14, and an American mixed doubles tour nament will be held. The following officers were elected:-President, Mr. L: J. Adam; secretary and treasures, Mr. P. S. Gray; social secretary, Mrs. B. Stanley; war savings group secre tary, Miss Andrew; ball secretary, Mr. L. J. Adam. The treasurer's report showed a credit balance of £5/16/6. At a meeting of the Healesville Cro quet Club, held at the club house, breat interest was taken in the com ing season. It was decided.to pay the cost of the grass seed' for sowing the croquet. lawn. The following office bearers were elected:'--President, Mrs. Newton; ' vice-president, Mrs. Raff; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Bar tholomew. On Friday of ...

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Consolidated School for Wandin? KEEN MEETING PRESSES FOR ONE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 October 1944

Consolidated School for Wandin? KEEN MEETING PRESSES FOR ONE. A meeting of some import was held in the Wandin Methodist Sunday school on Monday night, and the up shot of it is that the enthusiastic audience, comprising most local resi dents decided that a consolidated t sc.h'ol was urgently needed at WVan i din. ' llreeting. v ,ich vwas: conivenl.' - .J. Douglas, hI: 'l. eacher of the '.',! Yallock school, was to hear : qualified speakers just what an -.a, or consolidated school, is, :and to .cide whether such a school should he built, in the district. How effec tive the speakers were can be gauged from the fact that the decision reach ed was unanimous. The large and representative at tendance embraced residents from Wandin Yallock, WVandin North, WVan din East, Gruyere, and Silvan dis ' Nets. Mr. Douglas, in introducing the speakers, stressed first of all the ne cessity for a multi-purpose high school at Lilydale to cater adequately for children di.sirous of doing a profes sional o...

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