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Advance Healesville To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

Advance Healesville To the Editor. Sir,-Recently I received, per med ium of my schoolgirl daughter, a de mand that I sign a paper pertaining to high school matters. I refused to sign this paper, and my daughter, very upset, said, "It must be signed." Eventually I did sign the paper, to alleviate my daughter's distress. In view of the recent account of high school matters by our shire sec retary, and a proposed high school in Healesville, which has been so mucn hot air, I fail to see any necessity for signing any paper whatever, especi ally under pressure. A clear statement of the whole po sition relative to the proposed school, cost of books, qualifications necessary to obtain high school education, etc., would be appreciated. Also, I would like to criticise our local band in a friendly way. More discipline is needed at the Monday night session of junior players. At various times players are all playing something 'different, and thuds and tangs are revalent. If we must turn off our ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hospital Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

Hospital Sports By R. R. Cochran. Further progress was made for the Boxing Day sports, at the committea meeting held this week. The secrie tary reported that Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Coffey, of Oakleigh, two of the most competent and popular hunting judg es in this State, had accepted the in vitation to judge the hunting section. Arrangements had been completed for amplifiers for broadcasting results. The Highland and National danc ing section has been registered, and arrangements made with the associa tion to select the judge and piper for these events. The association had promised to assist in every way pos sible to make this section most suc cessful, and to give any assistance re quired. Trophies for winner and runner-up in the Victorian Underhand Cham pionship have -been selected, and are being engraved ready for display. Posters have been received from the printer, and were very favorably commented on. They are being distri buted in every part of the State and will also be displayed ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

Victory Club Monthly. euchre and dance, organ ised by thei Healesville Victory Club to aid the local Red Cross, and held in the Memorial Hall, proved success ful............ ? . .. - . Euchre prizes went to Mrs. Olney and Mrs. D. McLeod (equal ladies), Mr. M. Olney (gent); booby consola tions, Mrs. Paul and Mr. J." Clark. A wool dog, donated by Miss Minto and rafled during the evening, was won by Mr. D. Johnson (ticket No. JOG). Euchre tourneys were conducted by Mr. A. E. Kestle, Mr. I. W. Gardiner was M.C., Mr. R: Cochran in the tic ke b'box,aiid Mr. D. Love doorkeeper. Donations were gratefully received from Mr. G. Stainton; 1; Mr. C. Des borough, 2/-; Miss Penton, 2/-; Mr'. M. Hodges, 4/-;. Continental Laundry, 5/3.. cordially invited to attend a farewell The club. thanks those who donated materials for sandwiches and milk for coffee, and Mr. R. T. McLaren for cutting bread. As a result of the effort, the Red Cross benefited to the fine extent of £29/3/6.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Coldstream Woolshed Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

Coldstream Woolshed Dance. "Yarrawallah," the home of Mr. Mrs. F. McCann, will be opened a woolshed dance on Saturday, 0 ber 28, to aid the Coldstream br of the Red Cross. A happy tim assured.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Dad's Decision To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

:Dad's Decision To the .Editor. Sir, When Billy came home from his schooling one day, He brought me a letter to sign right away. Someone had told him that Daddy must sign ",Tust here, look"-he pointed-"on this dotted line.". Daddy studied the, paper as though he were lost, And asked who;.would tell him .the sum-total cost; "If I sign it," he said, "I might get into debt With new fangled notions I can't af ford yet. When I went to school in the lone, long, ago, The three R?'s were enough-and'we weren't too slow." - L Then he picked up'the paper and tore it in twain, Pokced his head out the window, and wished. it would- rain., Yours,. etc., '"POOR OLD MUM:" Healesville, 16/10/44.4 .Y :,people ill ?Pon the earth,. This mCst$So take of sterling worth. To give relief fromn uanyf ills, -So save expense unid doctors' bhlls, We hereby send you sound ads ice, P'rescrivtioe good at litlle price: If you -would be from cough secure.. Try using Woods' Great. Pepclerint Cure.

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Bowls [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

Bowls The opening of the Warburton son took place on Wednesday, b a good crowd of locals and vi from Healesville and Lilydale. three bad days the weather was feet and the green in excellent c tion. Following the usual cere four rinks-one from Healesville, from Warburton and one from dale-had a good contest, Lil "bringing home the bacon." four-Matthews, Harvey, Latimer Winstanley, defeated Edwards, Steinhauser and McKechnie (W.) 16. The State champion, "Andy" ley, graced the sward, leading for Healesville rink. Mr. Stanley, w honeymooning, will visit the Lily green next Tuesday. in u n u ut|u1

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19. DUCKS OUT OF SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

.Healesville Police Court THULRSDAY, OCTOBER 19. DUCKS OUT OF SEASON. Kcith Iredale and Thomas Irvine were charged that at Yarra Glen on Septembnher 9 they killed a grey duck and a 'grey teal during the prohibited season. Chief Inspector Clift, of the Fisheries and Game department, pro s'cuted. rnspector Green, of the Fisheries and Game department, said that, with I?spector Hutchinson, he saw defend ants leave a car and proceed towards a swamp, each carrying a double barrelled shotgun and a sugar bag. Shots were heard, and a number of wild cluck arose. Afterwards defend ants returned to the car, wherein they put the guns and bags. Iredale, when asked the contents of his bag, said it contained three snipe-nothing else. On searching the bags, it was found that one contained three snipe, a teal duck and a black duck. Iredale ad mitted it was his bag and said, "Give a man a break; there's plenty of duck here." Irvine admitted that the bag containing a black duck was his, and that he sho...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam. The Dads' Association hold pressive iemembrance service o day. Following the sil ,in, National Anthem, the chairaain Adam) spoke of the aims of th ciation, which was non-sectaji non-political, with ICu bhan( Victoria and a membership of It is proposed to discuss nmak Commonwealth wide. thus maki membership 4010,oou0 It would powerful organisation to fu1the movement for the well-being vice personnel. Objects were f ward the interests of all who a have been, on active service in a side Australia; and to perpetu the civil life of the nation the ciples for which our sons and ters had risked their lives. \I. tainly owed a debt to those wh the supreme sacrifice. M.uch w ing done for those who retar hospital visits, injustices tee distress alleviated, etc. "Lead, Kindly Light" was sung, after which Cr. Huxhan the council, spoke of the interes en by them in enlisted men, h senting them with a wallet, etc it would help them on their r Our men were doing a wonlert ...

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Problem of the Adolescent IS HEALESVILLE APATHETIC TO EDUCATION? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

Problem of. the Adolescent IS HEALESVILLE APATHETIC TO EDUCATION? An Outspoken and Constructive Fea ture Article by Ethel Shaw, The remarks by Mr. W. Massey on "Healesville's Bid for Higher Educa tion" make rather interesting reading. reading. Local Laxity Alleged. It is distressing to note the apathy of parents to the welfare of their children. It seems to be a weakness of Healesville citizens to leave matters that require attention "to the othc: fellow." Like the Levite of old, too many look on and then pass by. Is that failing the result of care less education, I wonder? Parents' Duty. The fact that parents are careless about the education of their children is beside the point. It is the duty (or should be) of the State to make provision for, and see that all children avail themselves of the higher elementary schools, one of which should be in Healesville. Getting Down to Business. In an excellent booklet, "Every Man's Business," by Alec King, M.A., Dip.Ed., London, the subject o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

ISDJESiI NOTICES THE OND Sponsored by J. DAWBORN I Estate and Business Agent your Investment to Healesville that The Big Thing about these Shoes is that they look tight, feel right, give satis faction, and save money for they last longer. Every thing Fashionable in Men's Footwear is here at Prices dat will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS ullett & Langford SOLICITORS (CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR 1 TFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HELLES' ILLE OFFICE to and .rradshaw's Buildings Between th., hours of 3 p.m. r.nd 6 p.m. "E? ET,Y T1? 0 ISDAT Telephones: kille 39 .MU 4360, MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES, To-Night, Saturday Joan Crawford and Fred MacMurray ...."BEYOND SUSPinCION"....(X) "BEYOND SUSPICION" (X) "BEYOND SUSPICION" (X) "BEYOND SUSPICION" (X) "BEYOND SUSPICION" (X) Allan Jones and Leo Carillo in "LARCENY WITH MUSIC" (G) "LARCENY WVITH MUSIC" (G) "LARCENY WITH MUSIC" (G) "L...

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Is Now the Time? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

Is Now theTime? To the Editor. Sir,-While having much to com mend it, the high school; proposal so enthusiastically urged by the shire secretary last week leaves parents in a good deal of doubt, and their cau tion in not signing promibes of whi'ch they know but little is, not blame worthy. Nothing definite regarding the proposal has been submitted to the parents, who, quite naturally, want to know what they are, signingn be. fore they, commit themselve,. They want to be told the extent of the scheme, hcw it will affect' t1:rem, what additional costs they will be called upon to bear, as well as all tie other incidentals,' such as books, etc. Peo ple can't be blamed for not co.lrmit ting themselves to sorr-thing they know practically nothing: about. While commending the secretary's zeal, it must be pointed out that he i·s a comparative newcomer here, and 'is thus ji' rhaps not fully conversant with' local conditions and: the extent to which parents are prepared to ineet added .:xpendi...

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Thrilling Finish to Challenge Match NORTH KEW'S FOUR-POINT WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

Thrilling Finish to Challenge Match NORTH KEW'S FOUR-POINT WIN. By Raymond S. Grove. Despite thie fact that spectators were few, one of the most thrilling football finishes in years was witness ed by those present at the Healesville North Kew match,. organised by me, on Queen's Park oval last Saturday. Favored by the wind, the .visitors in the first quarter built up a handy lead of 24 points, the scores being: North Kew, 4 goals 2 behinds. Healesville, 3 behinds. Still battling on with a few minor points, Colin Lowe took the honor of registering Healesvilles'' first major, but once again the visitors were quick to the rescue, by good team work, and at half time the score board read: North Kew, 7 goals 3 behinds. Healesville, 3 goals 5 behinds.' ,With grim determination Heales ville fought back gamely, and with high marks and systerm: from Bates, Peters, Patterson anrd the i forward# line, ' the three-quarter, time scores were:- - North Kew, 9 goals 3 behinds. Healesville, 6 goals 7 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

Your taxes pay the interest on Government Bonds 'Are you getting some part taxes back? Smart people put all they've got into government bonds. 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 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 £1/12/6 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. Before you do another thing today go to your bank, Fill in an application for as big a bond as you have money to pay for. Kestle & Newton FURTHER SUPPLIES OF f MASONITE 1WILL SOON BE AVAILABLE Order Now " Cyclone Gates N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

C:::u::................u .::.E:,a::D ........ :: MILK OF MAGNESIA That is what = Mother gives Me and wise mother too, beeause 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 I instes biliousness, etc. Sy a larg hbale fromt BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Office, HEALESVILLE -, Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). Min:ia;aress, MISS E. M. McDONALD 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 N.1 1..... ".....-... -a......N. a -...? .................................................................... . N...*= . N. N.***** /..N/.\\.\... \. The Science of being "BROKE" The only dividends you get from spend.as-you-go are down.-trodden el.k and frayed trouser cuffs. Thrift ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

' DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK 5 SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE Wipp Y SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the JL .S.AROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2?th SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I ith SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25th SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9th . OCity Address: [ : .ALSTON BUILDINGS 82. ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: antral 2507 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK L: SURGEON-DENTIST 21t BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS BEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY iL 2 p.m. till 5.80 U Or by Special Appointment [i AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY L . Tel. Healesville 120 USINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, IIHEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 1il Klads of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Pou !tn SPE~IAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, b/- Box Extra Speolal, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Co...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

Croydon Market Cattle prices on a par with last week's high rates; demand keen. Milking cows £14/5/-, heifers £11 12/6, stale £8; springing cows £12 10/-, heifers £9/17/6; backward cows 1£8//-; yearling' heifers 86/- to 92/6; store cows 6/2/6 to £8, heifers £6/10/-; fat cows £1/5, heifers £13 17/6; beefy cows £11/5/-; choppers £6/10/- to £9/10/-; 'crackers to £5 10/-; dairy bulls £6C/17/6. Calves,-Large vealers £8/12/6 to £13/2/6, small £5 to £8/2/6; calves £3/12/6 to £4/15/-, small 35/6 to 54/6, light weights -to .27/6. Pigs.-Good sale,. Heavy porkers 93s/6 to 107/6, medium 81l/6 to d9/r, light 63/6 to 79/6;' light baconers 127/6; chopping sows l99/6; bacon stores £3/12/6,' pork stores £3/2/6; slips 36/- to 45/6; suckers 20/6 to 34/6. Sheep.-.-Two-tooth shorn 'wethers 25/-, eight-tooth shorn wethers 20/6: four-tooth shorn ewes, 17/-, eight tooth shorn ewes 12/-; lambs-prime suckers 25/- to._27/6, .light. 21/9 to 22/6, shorn 16/- to 17/1; stores small wethers 11/3, lambs 11/- to 15/...

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PHIL STARR ON CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 October 1944

PHIL STARR ON CRICKET. Cricket fans---nd especially the old-timers-would be well advised to order next week's issue of "The Guar dian" in advance, as in it will appear an interesting series of Healesville cricket reminiscences by the inimit able Phil Starr. Many players and incidents of the good old days are en tertainingly recalled by Phil, who writes of them all with a verve and sparkle that will please his readers. Acknowledgment. Red Cross receipts for the fortnight ended October 16:--Collections: Mrs. Hume, £4/18/-; Mr.. Adam, 16/-; Mrs. Bath, £1/6/- Don.'..ns: Mrs Cun ninghan., 5/-; Miss Jones. 5/- Miss Dennis; £1/10/-. Entertainments: Victory Club, raffle £11, euchre and dance £1813/6. Subscriptions, £2/10/: Badges, 12/-. Sale of goods, 2/6. The next meeting will be on October 30. Sunday Bookings. MacNamara's Motors advise that, owing to present restricted train ser vice operating from Lilydale to Mel bourne on Sunday evenings, it is ne cessary to reserve accommodation as far...

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Room For Improvem[?] To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 October 1944

Room For Improvem -4------ To the Editor. Sir,--Having done all I call to the dangerous structure removed near the station, I must admit de It will be observed that no def has been made or any excuse fot being there. I had hoped we w have learned why any one pe should be granted privileges over people: also when it was that the torian Government granted road ti to Healesville councillors. But we left guessing. Perhaps my plain f left them stumper, or it must be I hit the nail on the head whe paid we don't miatter a hoot. since the dangerous nuisance is remain, people will just have to tl in providence. Drivers of trucks call this thing a band-stand and mn other names which would be unpr able, please go slowly around the ner. I have learned that there i Nation Safety Council, whose job think, is to try to avoid the risking lives. 1 had considered making appeal to them on these lines: Come and see what we've got In the form of a safety zone, We don't know who designed it, Or yet who s...

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My Life in Africa (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 October 1944

My Life in Africa g" . Robert Eadie, O.B.E. --- (Continued) In tile altered conditions of later ;,r this might be the explanation of Me reasons for some of the troublous -riods in South African history. ?r hospitality is unbounded. This ,inltediately apparent to any trav r who has occasion to seek assist SNo person travelling the road id be refused the hospitality of house, no matter what his nation ma be. H-e need have no fear bein turned awvay should he seek ,te.?or food. He would be wel led mid offered what accomamoda ind lodging could be given. His :s ,ould be taken, stabled, fed "wiat't cid Open house is the rule, :d o0-llrs of farlms would consider al afliront if the traveller did not , exci:ange greetings, and partake a cup of coffee. The Boers are not great readers, but ebook which they know from cover cover is the Bible. They can con rse at gt eat length on the various blical characters. They are usually . ewhit taciturn in manner, and al 0Iougi no more than a simple yes or...

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Bush Fire Brigade ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 October 1944

Bush Fire Brigade ANNUAL -MEETING. An?nual meeting of Healesville Vol unltcPr Bush Fire Brigade was held in the Memorial Hall on October 12. The captain, Mr. Fred Furmston, gave a report on activities during the 1943-44 danger period. In co-operation with the Healesville Country. Fire Bri gade, the fire fighting team from the M.M.B.W. and forestry officers at Tpolangi,, the brigade attended fires at Tarrawarra, Graceburn Valley (be low Gracedale House), Fernshaw road (near Victoria House), and Mt. St Leonard. During last year the Government provided a motor truck. Equipme:it can now be left loaded on the tr;Ick ready for immediate despatch. The Healesville Shire Council has helped the brigade materially. An effort is to be made to obtain a power pum,. Election of Officers. Officers elected were:-President, Cr. J. B. Cook;: vice-presidents, Messrs. P. Gray and L. McKenzie; secretary, Mr. H. Fairbank; treasurer, Mr. Steward; committee, Messrs. W. McLeish, A. Martin and W. Massey; capt...

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