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Help Wanted To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

Help Wanted - --V To the Editor. Sir,-The local Red Cross is badly in need of machinists. Surely there is someone who is sufficiently interested in helping to send goods 'to our boys when they get sick or wounded, and to our prisoners of war. Only recent ly we received word from a prisoner of war in Germany that he had receiv ed a parcel from the Healesville Red Cross. A lot of our workers have left I the district to work at munitions, and others are incapacitated by sickness. We meet at the annexe on Mondays and Thursdays at is o'clock, and help ers would he welcomed: or, if preferr ed, work could he taken home.-Yours, etc., "RED CROSS WORKER." Healesville, 7/11 -13.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

Healesville Notes - - -- - - - V - - - - -. -- . - By Raymond S. Grove. Despite the fact that transport was railed, many people thronged ealesville over the holiday period. est houses and hotels were booked I and camping areas well patronis . eost business houses enjoyed a o days' break. Apart from the ties, the only other entertainments Ifered were those supplied by the est houses. Within two hours of pening, the talkie box plan.was sold ut n Boxing Day. It was necessary Sopen a second "tourist bureau," and ran then it was hard to cope with the rod. At least onre riding school will erish everlasting memories, of this ristmas as no less than four mis aps were noticed daily. Fortunately, t one was seriously injured, Souvenir hunters were well to the fore; and on. a isit to the sanctuary I warned many lree attempting to get at the animals. in comparison, though, this was the cquetest holiday here for 25 years, thiCh drew from a well known local its Amment: "The Government, by Its Aust...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

HIcalesville Bowls. This season has been noted for the increase of visitors to the local bowl ing green. On Boxing Day there were ten present, clubs from various parts of the city being represented, while some were A. pennant players. The Healesville club arranged several pail's competitions over the holidays. These were thoroughly enjoyed by visitors and loas, and honors were evenly shared in the results. Afternoon, tea was provided by the local players, and the visitors were welcomed by the pre sident, Mr. L. J. Adam. As a result of these competitions the club has raised enough money to donate £2/2/ to the Victorian Bowling Association appeal for the bowling green con structed for invalid soldiers at Heidel I berg Hospital. Toy Making Aids Red cross. At the Red Cross meeting Mrs. Ford iepr.rted having raised £23 to date by her toy making. Over £50 resulted from the children's concert. These ex cellent efforts elicited the branch's keen approbation. Coffee From Kenya. Messrs. Newto...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Shise Office Staff SEVERAL ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

Shise Office Staff SEVERAL ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. A' t a special meeting of the Hea!es ville Shire Council on Wednesday Mi. R. G. Hewson, who leaves for Chiltern to-day, was appointed part-time shire secretary, at a salary of £15/1 /- per month. Miss C. Layland became assistant secretary, at £297 per annum. It was also decided to offer to M?'a. I. E. Jones, of Wodonga, the posittio. of adult clerical officer, with a re muneration of £2610 a year. A tempo rary typiste will also he employed in the shire office. During the meeting congratulations were conveyed to Miss Layland, fol lowing the announcement of her ea gagement to Mr. J. B. Hansen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

!j'I BUSINIYS1- NOTICES , Desirous of Purchasing or . properties in Healesville and S din Districts should consult SJ. DAWLORN Real Estate and Business agent Property ISalesman >Il Binds of Insurance Effected LRedistrar for Births and Deaths ICIIOLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 with__. o Oft You will be wise to se the new Footwear shmown her. SThe season's authentic styles 411 occaOjot#t are included in our n.m stodk. p Many unique desigs in shoes with dehinit style appeal are hereI at very reasonable prices. MacDonald's SHOE STORE " Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITOiR Ilullett & Langford SOLICITORS O0LICITORS :Id COMM'ISSIONERS FOR A FIFIDAVITS ic., VA., and Tas. 395 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND) A'T' THEIR HEALESVIT,LE OFFICE Pierce antll IBradshl}aw' Buildings Eetween the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THIURSDAY TesVille ll(phones: , iville 39 T MU 4360 - Do You Look After Your Auto? If you do, you will be sorry to learn that when present stocks are exha...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. December 23. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

Market Report -V MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. December 23. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. ten der the following report: Stores.--imited competition. Values lower, 18/- to 36/-. Porkers.-Recent regulations, ex treme heat and inability to get pigs killed slackened demand, and values eased from 10/- to £1 in many places. Backfatters.-A fair enquiry at low er values. Ours sold from £3/6/- to £7/14/-. Baconers.-Steady demand;. ours 75/6 to 94/6. Calves.-No competition. We sold 20 to 65/-,. Six Holloway Bros., rather neat, £4/0/6 to-day, J. Clancy's. 76/6, F. Kent's quite O.K. A. Ewars' 'choppers £71141-, £3/5/-, -vealers slow, Very happy Christmas, Shaw Logan and Co. Everything will settle down early in the year, We've certainly been skipping, a little high I fear; We can afford to take a knock, pro duce at lower cost, Pork at 8k-d. will never be a frost. You can't expect the laurels without kicking up some of the dust, You can't expect success in life if you're always on the bust; You can't enj...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

J. FAIRBANK NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT t -WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVER T IIING FRESH DAILY I....................... .. . /...... ..ý Public Notice ALEX 'CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES ...1111111111 11/................................ ............. NEW HEALESVILLE cGarr y- rig Serr-vice JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - - HEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE the District ALL TRAINS MET LOWEST RATES CHARGED A Trial Respectfully Solicited ...............................................................................p........................-*. ........ .i DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Firel Protect Your Homes and Furniture By Getting INSURANCE COVER at ...

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Christmas In The Hills HOGMANAY CELEBRATIONS AT "THE FERNS." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

Christmas in The Hiils V HOGMANAY CELEBRATIONS AT "THE FERNS." Entertainment at "The Ferns" guest house during the Christmas-New Year holidays included a three-round exhi bition boxing match between two of the guests, "Messrs. 'Ed Williams," ex-middleweight champion of Austra lia, and Harold L. Dower, R.A.N.R., of Flinders Naval Depot. The tennis tournament was won by Mr. Leslie Dower and Mrs. John Con nell, of Taylor's Courts, Burnley, the lunners-up being Mr. Claude Hamilton and Miss Mavis Cooper. Owing to the number of entries in the billiard tournament handicapping was dispensed with. Preliminary heats were 50 up, with a break limit of 10, and the semi-finals 100 up. The final, an unrestricted game of 250 up, was won by Mr. C. M. Neylon, Healesville, from Mr. N. G. Dower, Hawthorn. A picnic party and bush hike in ideal weather on the 38th ult. was en joyed by a score of participants. Prizes for ballroom and other events were donated by. Messrs, Desmond Piper, J. Gray, J. Fraser,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

IN MEMORIAM WEST.-In loving merory of my dear husband and our loving father, who lost his life in bush fires, Rubicon, 1939. Time changes many things, But memory, like the ivy, clings. -Inserted by his loving family. PAUL.-In memory of Driver Arthur Paul, 2nd A,I.F., who passed away on January 11th, 1941, dear hus- band of Beth, loving father of Doris, Beryl, Don, Claire, Bob and Nancy. We will remember.    

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

DEATH NOTICE ON ACTIVE SERVICE McALLISTER - On 2nd July, killed in action, Egypt, Pte. H. R. McALLIS- TER. VX47972, beloved son of Mrs. E. McAllister, Healesville; loving brother of Culmer (Boort), Ida     (Mrs. J. Carter, Turriff), Florrie     (Mrs. Allen, Healesville).   He gave his life for us. Heaitsville & 'arra Glen GUARDIAN Non sihbi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post frea to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 Letters, contributions, etc.; welcome. All communications to be addressed to the editor, who does not necessarily identify himself with correspondents' views. SATUEDAY, JANUARY 9, 194;:

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Healesville Shire Council DECEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

Healesville Shire Council DECEMBER MEETING. Present: Crs. Cameron (president), Dawborn, Johnston, Kay. Batt, Hux ham, Mowle, Cook and Barton. 'CORRESPONDENCE. Country Roads Board, that tenders were again invited for crushed rock, screenings and toppings on Healesville Alexandra road.-Received. Same, that board considered tenders should be invited for material for the Myers' Creek road Federal mainten ance).-Received. Same, that an additional £200 had been made available for Job 73F/259. Myers' Creek road.-Received. Same, regarding granting of permis sion to and supervision of ploughing of fire breaks along sides of C.R.B. roads.-Received. Municipal Association, advising that Health department had made available -coupon hooks to. allow health inspec tors to purchase ,\immodities required for analyses or inspection.-Refer-ed to office and health inspector. State Electricity Commission, that branch manager had been asked to see if he could arrange means of having I wiring alteratic?s ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

RE-CAPPING . i Modern Method Tyre Rejuvenatlon BOX HILL TYRE. SERVICE Pty. TLtd. I 013 White Horse Rd.. Box HiU I '.g THE HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN, SET THERE BE NO VAIN REGRETS Whenever you are requiring goods for intimate personal use it will pay you to visit this estab. - lishment--and this is even more essential when NEEDS are being filled. Here you will find the Purest Qualities comparable with reasonable price-and it will pay you not to sacrifice quality and comfort by seeking cheaper lines. S Bartold's Pharmacy Opp. P.O., .HEALESVILLE. Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). t* MISS McDONALD, Manageress ........l........-. . ................. SUPPLIES OF THESE LINES OF FOOTWEAR ARE NOW AVAILABLE Dr St. John's HEALTH SHOES FOR LADIES s Boys' Boots and Shoes i Slippers and Canvas Shoeb IN ALL SIZES TA Harry Blackwood ;I The Up-to-Dato Shoeman Nicholson St. Healesville " Tel~phone 103 ............ .......... ............................ ............... Healesville Furlniture Arcade :1W. J....

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[?] For The Office? [?]ETARY SHOULD KEEP PRESIDENT WITHIN BOUNDS," SAYS COUNCILLOR. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

1" The O icee7 -- .LD EP P?~E To the Edit asa right counlcil, and con te shirehould be welcom " riici the public inter 1, iu eed evice o over I II a full share of SIh pparently my ac Con a. 1 speaking to a ,po-t carried almost hi as liationJs he tavieof th matter, as .iou s v e. 1 v the most im iiheld is Ie lsv Helesvlle. The - eo dge s the shire secre an'tr he i ticlarly rigid psn which a council is tio ho. No council would * e i enployinig an unquali .el..-tim conditions may en. elaxation in small mat oe thel responsibility of but hooleks and money of the ithe isconcerned no stone * balot unturned to get the eet officer, A shire pre 1p be most active and give Shis tine about the shire of on the roadis, but that is an ffernt nmtter to holding a Sies position. It i3 the w nho has to carry the re spon f the office. He is responsible eternment and the ratepayers; the secretary's duty is to keep : nit within bounds. I remem case where a shire secretary eftly made an office for the pre ...

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Mateship of the Bush THREE MEN STAND TOGETHER ON LARCENY CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

Mateship of the Bush THREE MEN STAND TOGETHER ON LARCENY CHARGES That paean of pubship, 'All for one and one for all," the pledge of Dumas' Three Musketeers, might have been the triumvirate slogan of James Hef ferden, Edward James THouse and Walter Henry Chandier, who, in the Healesville police court on Thursday, pleaded guilty to charge concerning property that disappeared from Mount Dorm Domn in December. Senior-con stable Newton prosecuted. James Warden Woodall, tractor dri ver, Burnley, employed by John Sharp and Sons, timber merchants. South Melhour.e, deposed that from about December 1.7 he conducted logging operations on Moupt: Dom Dom, where he camped. He visited the camp on December 5 to inspect his tractor and personal belongings, and found all in order. He went to Dom Dom on the 17th to removed the tractor and his 17th to remove the tractor and his missing-a grease gun, end of hose,, plates, rivets and clutch throw. He had stored them in the camp with his belongings. Also...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

DENTISTS -, MR. i-I. ST C(K SURGE:ON-DE?: i.ST VISITS 1[EAL!'YVILLE EVERY SATUIJI)AY i :;ETNIOIHIT at the LAROONDAII TEEA ROOMS Dates are as follow: SATURI)AY, JANUARY 9th SATURDA?, JA:NUAIIY ";:rd SATURD)AY, FEiIRUAEY 0th SATURDI)AY. 1EIILJUARY 20th SATUIID)A', MARCHII (th SATURI)AY, MARCH 20th City Address: ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: .entral 2507 - IIealesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD SVISITS IIEALESVILLE EVERY THlURSDAY * 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healcsville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY FART OF THE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AV:ENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds o: Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WI1Y WORRY? Write E. iM Pou.ton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS, FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra tipecial, 10/- per Box Write for Frce Catalogue. Men and Women will find it...

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Obituary MR. L. WORTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 January 1943

Obituary   MR. L. WORTLEY. Residents of Healesville heard with deep regret of the passing, in the early hours of New Year's morning, of Mr. Les. Wortley. Although he had   not been in good health of late, it was not thought that the end was so near. The late Mr. Wortley came to Heales ville a good many years ago, taking over "Bethany" guest house. With the active help of his wife and family he developed it into one of the most pop ular houses in the district. He was of a genial disposition, and had a host of friends. Healesville is indeed the poorer for his passing. Sincere sym pathy is conveyed to Mrs. Wortley and family. MISS M. A. P. SHAW. Following a prolonged illness, the death occurred on January 6, at her home, Lilydale road, Healesville, of Miss Margaret Alice Priscilla Shaw, aged 67 years. Born at Tarnagulla, the deceased lady spent most of her life in Victoria, and for many years was resident at the Coranderrk Abo- rigine Station, Healesville, whe...

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Valedictory Social BURNSIDE FAMILY HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Valedictory Social v------ BURNSIDE FAMILY HONORED. Many friends of the Eurnside family gathered in St. Join's Hall on Sunday evening to express nood will a' d ,fare well to a family'tha?l had done a great deal for Healesville and its residents. Mr L. J. Adam. organiser of the function, culogised the sterling quali ties of the late Mr. B:'urnside, who for years had been a warden of St. John's and taken a keen interest in every thing pertaining to improving the dis trict. Mr. Burnsi'i" had also contri buted her quoC. : wards furthering public affairs. It we' recalled that she had taken an interest in the ladies' croquet club. The speaker wished the family every happiness. Speaking on behalf of friends, Mr. J. Pockett expressed gratitude for all the Burnside family had done. He was sure many old friends of the family would like to see some tangible memo rial, such as an avenue of ornamental trees, to serve as a token of esteem and respect. Perhaps something of this nature might come t...

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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Racing -- --V--- Selections for Mentone, issued to final acceptances, are: T ony M asin ............................ Strazeele . Gold M ohur ................ . . Woodleigh Handicap. Makarewa ................................ Lemact ...... ...... Cornfield ............... Sorrento Stakes. E l R eo ..... ..... .... ...... ...... . .... Aggressor .... . .. ............... Vergure ..................... Summer Handicap. H athersage ............................ Duomint ....................... Sir Romeo ..................... Talgarno Welter. Chamberlain .. ................._ Jack Again ...................... Lucille ........................... Rosebud Trial. E xactly ................. ................ Azores .. .............. Jack ...............................

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Good Work, Boys! [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Good Work, Boys! The editor sends felicitations to the P.M.G.'s department, which safely de livered to him a letter from overseas addressed "Mr. Morwell Rodges, Vic toria," and another inscribed to "Mr. Segdoh Llewrom, Healesville." Returned Men to M'Iet. District returned soldiers, sailors and airmen are urged to attend the annual meeting of the Healesville sub-branch R.S.S. and A.I.L.A., to be held in, the Memorial Hall next Wednesday night, January 20, at S.3(. Business will in clude reception of the presidential re port and balance sheet, and election of officers for the ensuing year. ...

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Death of Mr. J. Denn[?] VALUABLE CITIZEN PASSES [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Death of Mr. ). VALUABLE CITIZL-, i The passing on Tle- da of da Dennehy, Fernsha~w ::ad oce deep regret throughout the Hel district, wherein he had been spected and popular resident for years. Aged 6S years, and known many intimates as "Jack," nIrt nehy was one of Healesville's useful and best liked townsmen a thoughtful. kindly and unan disposition, his man'.' good wor deared him to numerlous friend: was a veteran of the Boetr ' which he saw long service a which he was always keen to reminiscences. In his youn: <' excelled in various fields of ?up. his preference was always for f and there vas seldom a localU from which he was abse:nt. u a prominent executive of the i ville Football Club for a nunm years, and many young players much to his experienced addict encouragement. The funeral was held in thle ville cemetery on Thursday a.tel and was attended by a large e.: of mourners representative , interests in the district. MI.. , conducted the arrangements. Sincere sympath...

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