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Bush Fire Prevention MT. ST. LEONARD BRIGADE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 November 1944

Bush Fire, Prevention 'MT. ST. LEONARD BRIGADE FORMED. At a meeting in McKenIzie's office on October 26 about 40 contractors and men employed in logging opera tions in the Toolangi district decided to form the Mt. St. Leonard Bush Fire Brigade. Mr. Beer, forestry officer at Toolan gi, explained that owing to the short tage.of man power the Forestry Com mission was unable to continue with their fire prevention and road making programs without organised assist ance from those employed in the dan. ger zones. The Forestry Commission agreed to supply various items of equipment, and many suggestions brought for ward by those present were agreed to. It is hoped that this organisation will have the support of all cohcerned, ow ing to the great loss a fire in these areas would cause. The following officers were elected: President, Mr. G. Millis; vice-presi dent, Mr. J. Gibson; secretary and treasurer, Mr. W. Thomas: committee, Mess:.s. D. Morse, D. Love, D. Mc Leod, C. Clar'lke and J. Finnan...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 November 1944

Healesville Shire Council MIONTHLY MEETING. p.esent at Monday's meeting: Crs. Camleron t president), Pollard, Cook, Johnston, Murton, Dawborr. Barton and Huxham. CORRESPONDENCE. Lands Department, asking coun cpls view on proposal to excise 10 acres of land from Queen's Park re -orve for educational purposes.-Ap inoved. on motion of Crs. Cook and lurton. Cr. IKay spoke of necessity of finding new baby.health centre site. public Health Department, refusing .lmission to A. M. Christie to estab lish a slaughter yard, as per applica ton_-'-o be asked reason for refusal. proposal regarding abattoirs at Lily dale strongly opposed. Country Roads Board, approving of n1aintenance schedule, subject to cer lain alterations.-Referred to office. Same, asking if council desired to purchase a wheeled tractor from Al lied Wo'rks Council.-No. Chief Secretary's Office, appointing yNoemober S nomination day for rep resentatives on local committee of the Eastern Fire District, and same day for nominatin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 November 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE I EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATUR)DAY, OCTO ERt 2Sth SATURD.AY', NOVI:.t!ME!tI lth SATURDAY, NOVE3IIIEII 25th SATURDAY, I)ECEI:mBER 9th City Address: S IL LSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: central 2507 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY 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 DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 S11 Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. I. Pou',tn SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box ..ite for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 November 1944

S- :f"" .n/...`*.....0 ..................Nuw...../ ../.u.a|? m,,N,,,,,,,, ,,,u, uNu, u ? = ...... 5 'Kestle & Newton i 0 FURTHER SUPPLIES OF MASONITE WILL SOON BE AVAILABLE Order Now Cyclone Gates Now on Sale WE DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR--NO EXTRA CHARGE East End Timber Yard Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) 'Phone Healeaville 22 ............. . ..................... ....................................... .... ........................... ii " H e a l e s v i l l e W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER i Used Furniture Bought HIGHEST PJICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed This Week's Seasonable Suggestions: JELLY CRYSTALS, all Flavors no limit). Also in 1 lb. and 14 lb. packets. FATHER'S FAVORITE, the King of FRUIT 'SAUCES. JUNKET TABLETS and JUNKET CRYSTALS. CUSTARD POWDER, including Foster Clark's, Uncle Toby, Par CORDIALS-Kia Ora Lemon, Raspberry, Orange, Fifty...

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Tussle Over the Talkies COUNCIL DECIDES TO CALL TENDERS FOR HALL LEASE BUT RENT IS PEGGED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 November 1944

Tui e' Over the Talkies COUNCIL DECIDES TO CALL TENDERS FOR HALL LEASE BUT RENT IS PEGGED. Much talk has been flying about Healesville for the past few weeks re garding the possibilities of a "change of management" at the local picture show. It has been widely rumored that certain local returned soldier intcrests are anxious to acquire the lease of the Memorial Hall. The hung blew out of the cask at Monday's meeting of the Hcalesviile Shire Council, when the Memorial Hall Management Committee submit ted a recommendation that tenders be called for the lease of the hall for the exhibition of talkie pictures. The shire secretary (Mr. W. Mas sey) read an offer from the Ilresent talkie management to renew their lease-which expires. on December 31 -and to donate to the council the sum of £1l00 towards necessary re pairs to the hall.' This offer had no tags to it. It was made voluntarily. Major Swift and Mr. Phil Starr, both Healesville residents, are the R.S.S.A.I.L.A. representatives on ...

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Burn Fire Breaks Now! [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 November 1944

Burn Fire Breaks Now! The bush fire season is approach ing, and with a shortage of man power for bush fire fighting and the prolonged dry spell, .it becomes obvi ously imperative to take every avail able precaution against a menace that in the past has wrought so much damage in various parts of the State. It a~nuld hardly be necessary to em pha-iso that a bush fire, once started, could cause irreparab!e damage to life and property and cuaily attain the di mensnons of a national calamity. Unit e'l action is imperative Country resi drnts should get together immediately and prepre a network of fire breaks that will minimise the risk of wide spread bush fire damage during the coming hot summc-, months. .1"

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Croydon Market Very firm market. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

Croydon Market Very firm market." Milking cows £14, heifers £12/10/-, stale £8/10/-; springing cows £12, heifers £10/10/-; backward cows E8; yearling heifers 80/- to 105/-; store cows £6/12/6 to £8/2/6, he!fers £6 12/6; fat steers, light, £10; fat cows £14/7/6, heifers £13; beefy cowj. £12 10/-; choppers £6/15/6 to £9/15/-; crackers £5/15/-; bulls £18/7/6. Calves.-Large vealcrs £7/15/- to £12/2/6, small £5/9/6 to £7/7/6; calves £3/19/6 to £4/12/6, small 40/6 to 67/6, light weights to 39/6. Pigs-IHeavy porkers 99/6 to 1090/6, medium 80/6 to 01/6, light 65/6 to 70/6; light baconers to 127/6; back fatters 139/-; chopping sows 95/-; bacon stores 75/6, pork stores 61/6; slips 43/- to 52/6; suckers 21/- to -12/-. Sheep.-Light crossbred wethers, shorn, 20/6, light Merino wethers shorn, 15/- to 16/-; light crossbred ewes, shorn, 20/-; light Merino ewes, shorn, 15/- to 16/-; lambs--prime suc kers to 2/-, lig?t.S8/3 to 21/6, plain 12/- to 17/6, old (fair frames) 11/9, lambs 10/- to 12/-; ewes...

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Talkie Tenders [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

Talkie Tenders Healesville ratepayers being eati to full information concernin t, morial Hall talkie lease transac appended hereto are copies of the letterig involved. First, the successful one hby ', King:-"I wish to scbrmit a tililer the lease of the Memorial Healesville, for three years, as 1 / /1/45, for the purpose of scree motion pictures. The minimum n her of nights would he: Evrcv ia d!ay and YWednesday night dulin;,i term of lease, and every Monday n from January 1st until Ea.te,. from December 24 until Deceo?be during the term of lease. I a:n `lred to run matinees on S:tu alternoons and full shows on all ot available nights when public requ ments warrant same. In support my application, I wish to state th am a returned soldier from two w and have been a local ratepayer the past 25 years. I have evidenc show that I can procure equipa and films." Mrs. Talbot's offer was:?_~ reference to your advertisement 'The Age' of Wednesday, 1st Nov hber, 1?1 .1, inviting applications fo...

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All Washed Up To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

All Washed Up To the Editor. , Sir,-I noticed in your shire co cil news that Mr. Bonwick was eng ed to make a survey re easements Ryrie street. How comes it that e ments are. so easily obtainable Ryrie street, while further on it stated they are so difficult to get deal effectively with the drainage Smith street? I would suggest t the alternative scheme to prev flooding in Smith street, by carry part of the water down the west s of Lilydale road, and thence this and that way, is inadequate and d not offer any security to the peo in Smith street, as it is claimed t drainage of 50 acres only would diverted, while at least another acres would be left to drain into Sm street. Already a large volume storm water discharges down the e side of Lilydale road, and a furtl torrent down the west side would cessitate a canal being dug to ca the water from the Lilydale road tension, behind the Terminus He out towards the railway, to prev flooding of properties in this vicini Ratepayers would be l...

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A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

A Thought for To-day. We must drive on through the storm, now that it reaches its final fury, with the same singleness of pur pose and inflexibility of resolve that the Empire showed the world when we were alone. -Churchill. :,", '?a iuummm? nu--- nan ( I a mn ? •

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A Denial To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

A Denial To the Editor. iI am enclosing a letter receiv sirou the Melbourne and Metropoli 5oard of Works, and would ask to consider publishing it.-Yours, WV. MASSEY, Secretary, Healesville Water Trust. He31Ces'ille, /11/44. e letter is as follows: Healcsville Water Trust. Dear Sir,-I am directed by the ater Supply Committee to invite ar attemntion to a letter (by J. B. k) "ppLear'inag in the "Healesville roni" of October 14, headed Int:ul ,i ters,' Says Board," which ,at n a misleading and liable to ?e a ? 'ong impression in the lds of re~aders. The letter implies at before an increased supply is rnteld by the board meters must be tallel on all properties. Careful peirusal of the draft agree Cent recently forwarded to you will , that the clause in the old agree ent relating to the fixing of meters le ecca deliberately altered by pro ting tlhe words "if requested by the I ,t2, to add that the board has no ntiton of requesting meters to be eed at the present time, and the Iaus ier; be...

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Cricket Memories [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

Cricket Memories By Phil Starr. At the end of the season which sought us the premiership a'nd ,the Melba Cup a photograph of the team was taken, with the cup in the proud centre position. I have a copy of it, ad it includes 15 players, all of whimr prayed in various matches during the year. One oZ them was Jack Shaw, from the Badger, later a Healesv?lle councillor. Another is Arthur McCann, who played many seasons with us. Arthur was one of our regular bowl is., and h:ad many wickets in his bag. He was one of the hardest-working men in the side, and nothing was a touble to him. My brother was very often our opening batsman, and many atilm helped to give us a good start. He was a left-hander, and later played for Hawthorn-East Melbourne sub district first eleven. In the photo Arthur Cann has young Ralph with him, about 3 or 4 years of age. Basil Townsend, a young schoolboy, is also there. Both. are married now, which shows that a good dealof water has run under the bridge since then....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

BUSInNES, NOTICs * Desirous of Purchasing or tfng Properties in Hcalesville'and rounding Districts should consult .J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman lil Kinds of Insurance Effected IRegistrar for Births and Deaths ICHOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone 42 o-----e that 'aoe ohney 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 hee at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITOR? Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS SOLICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS lc., S.A., and Tas. 156 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE O1;FICE Pierce and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: . 4 tlesaville' 39 " MU 4360 , MEMORIAL HALL I TALKIES To-Night, Saturday '~r' V:. i;?ht and Joseph Cotton IA "?i?l)OWV OF DOUBT" (X) ":;...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

THANKS L.A.C. Bob Fry wishes to Thank all his friends and relations for telegrams and presents on his 21st birthday. Special thanks and best wishes to the Victory Club. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN ""Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual lubscription,, 10/-; post fres to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1914

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 1 and 2. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 1 and 2. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. re port in the following strain: Stores.-All classes selling well at late values. , Slips and suckers 18/- to 34/6, stores 42/- to 82/-. Porkers.-Selling freely at late rates, 63/6 to £5/2,'6. Backfatters.-Quieter. We sold 34 f:ron: £ '11/- to l£/14/-, averaging £7 16/6. We sold drafts McKieson and Keat at £9/14/-, E. J. Butler at £9 14/-, etc. Baconers.-Demand quieter, but av erage values about the same. We had a marvellous run, including 26 heavies J. Malcolm averaging £7/17/-, nine A. Razos TOP at £7/4/6, three J. Campbell at £7/4/6, thirteen R.' An drews at £7/3/6, three D. West at £7 0/6, twelve H. J. Taylor averaging £7/0/3, five Lewis and Louden at £6 19/6, six at £6/18/6, six at £6/17/6, five Anderson Bros. at £6/16/6 and five at £6/14/6, four C. Howlett at £6/15/6, seven Miss A. Ross at £6 15/6, two H. Louden at £6/15/6, four E. O'Connor at £6/14/6, two H. Boucher at £6/13/6, seven C. W. Sco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

rr n C:+':.i . r 1ý:fit. That is what - children hr'titby. It aOsist5 i ntt re to keep little stomachs free Irom dangerous acids, and ao aids digieoan rad elim inrstmo.. a i caneos , etc. Eng a Lre bjoti f£r, BARITiJ.iS PARiMAiY Opp. Pno ,t (co . ItEALLSVILLI' tI P'one 120 (After H:-u'a, 'ono 2). Man;agare"ss, Mi'S ''. M3. 1JcDONALiB Public Notice ALEX HiflTIE STILL SELLS" THE BEST QUALIPY :.EAT .T T.IE IILOWEST 1fR VALUE and PRICE-; CANNOT BE ,EQUALLL)D ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most ur-to-date in V?ctorln PLEASE LNQULIRE F(iR OUR PRICES .i..L.ll ..l .?.. l.... .......... ... -....... ... . .. ,. ...... - -..,l .. .llllii . .......... ..................................v.."....."......... "... ......... . ..-- --. -- - - - - - the Sciecnew of eintmg The only dividod. you s=" fhrom Apcd as-you-qo aro dowm-troddn heelts and frayed trouser culls. Thrift Imay bo an old"Iahionad virtu, but It stifl S keeps a man (or a woman) "on top cf he, w...

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FOREWARNED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

FOREWARNED. General Sir Thomas Blarney has no illusions about' the long, hard cam paign that must be fought before Ja pan is brought to her knees. He made that fact very clear in his recent broadcast to the nation, and his words should do much to banish mere wish ful 'thinking 'j arding the day of -ictory. The- General assured his listeners that the Australian forces wv?uld again *I;hly a very big part in the fighting, but was very definite .oii the point that Australia is still called upon for an overall war effort cf: the utmost magnitude. That effo t i' ludes constant work on the. foo i£'oant 'a well as in men to fight on land, on the ",a, and in the-air. and he c1 v:i"ed conditions that prevail ince '-er.e parsing of- the immediate threat of invasion will allow the re lease of mcaxiy e : for, essential pro duction. To back !)CzEl.eral Blan. py's wAr; came the sober statement ,. Mr.:'buch!lI that eighteen months wus r ,rtodr'?".~. rstkim.te of 71e time it .--ori] l to . fecat Jap...

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If You Please [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

If You Please-- Healesville experienced an earth tremor early on Friday morning of last week. No, no; not the earth quake over the talkies; that was on Monday. Friday's .quake--caused-dogs` to bark and horses to neigh. 'Tis hoped Monday's will not evoke simi lar phenomena. Goldwyn Bros.' Circus played here Wednesday night. They gave a good show in the wet? "Jimmy,:' Mr. and Mrs. Alf Leeder's tractable trout that they had domes ticated and fed. for ten years, and which was a local natural history at traction as' good as any, cashed in Sunday. Believed to have been the biggest fish ever in the Graceburn, Jimmy turned the scale at 11 lbs. 10 oz. 'He was 39 inches long,-and 10 inches round the tummy. Mr. and Mrs. Leeder say "Thanks, Bill Hayes," to the lad who was, as they say. "sporting enough to bring the fish back to us when he found him dead." "Jimmy" defunct was exhibited in Newton and Jury's window for a day or two.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

Wedding OSTRAM-JEFFRIES. The wedding of Adelaide, youngest daughter of Mrs. Norman Jeffries, of Newgrove road, Healesville, and the late Mr. Norman Jeffries, to Louis, the only son of Mr. L. Ostram, of Gruyere, and the late Mrs. Ostram, was cele- brated in St. John's Church, Heales- ville, last Saturday. The Rex. S. J. Muxworthy officiated. The bride made a charming picture in her white satin gown, with softly flowing veil setting off her English fairness to perfection. Mr. Rupert Butter gave her away. The wedding breakfast was held at "The Gables," where a large number of guests assembled, many of whom had known the bride since childhood. In a happy speech, Rev. Muxworthy paid tribute to the many fine qualities of the bride and bridegroom, both of whom had lived all their lives in the district. 'The happy pair left for the metro- polis en route to Lorne, where the honeymoon was spent. They plan to make their home at Gruyere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

Before idlI else on the land front THE MOST URGENT N ED .the food f'on is greater milk pro -',ductio l. Ii fact, notih ng short uf ,, ,, .. ®. • reord producitd Nation willsfor the sunply of processed milk, cheese our income, includr: First prior ar' buo onar. ity in ntanpo'ver ,. butter, cheese -he , omm.onwealth and all and proce..ed milk subsidy of :- te Gve mine~ts are combtil? £7.500,000 wi', no recuctic , per i; tat utmdt efforts to hell lbz. as production ?reases . . . dairy farmers to secure tlls record fertiliser subsidy . . . ,tint. c .m;k production. They ask every pools . r,,arke.lh;r a .re -ext' -te r farmner :n At :trali. to nmtiet extenaii:; to 19483. r'or more in'or 1 ' 't. mation, advice, or help in increas hairy rarmers! Measures taken to ing production, apply to our help you to increase produL.ion, ical War Agricultural Committee n:d, at the same time, to increase I or Putter Factory Manager. CT.ow for the EXTRA EFF9rCXT >I .for the EXTRA MILK we need Issued by...

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