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New Talkie Boss—Bert King COUNCIL IMPLEMENTS ITS POLICY OF SERVICE MENS' PREFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

New Talkie Boss-Bert King COUNCIL IMPLEMENTS ITS POLICY OF SERVICE MENS' PREFER ENCE. A special meeting of Healesville Shire Council on Monday dealt with tenders for leasing the Memorial Hall for pictures. Present: Crs. Cameron (president), Kay, Dawborn, Johnston, Pollard, Murton, Huxham and Cook. An apology was received from Cr. Barton. An air of tense expectancy prevailed before proceedings got properly under way. It was evident that councillors were seized with the responsibility of the move they were called upon to make concerning one of their mo;t profitable sources of income. At the outset it seemed that a hitch was to occur by reason of an express ed doubt as to whether the necessary time for calling the meeting had beanu allowed, in accordance with the Local Government Act. Cr. Dawborn asked could they legally hold the meeting. Certainly they were anxious to get the matter settled. The Act, however, required that councillors be given clear days' notice, whereas they had had ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 November 1944

DENTISTS MR.. H. STOCK S B SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESV IT E 3VEBY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT ki at the AI[AROONDAII TE'A :) I NEXT VISi;'' i SATURDAY, NOVi-:';: i SATURDAY, NO1'r. SATURDAY, DI)'C `;':; ,:h City Add- ; [i eALSTON BU.LI 82 ELIZABETH :TI'l:'F 'Phone:-: Cntral 2507 -~ ,alcsvyile 151 MR. FRANK H-i. C GOOK SURGEON-DE I ;'LT :. 219 BALACLAVA :1OAD tk CAULFIEJDIs VISITS HEALE9LL .. EVI: 2'Y THURSDAC 2 p.m. till 56.2 Or by Special .Appu' itn 1 :t AT BARTOLD'S PI{T) :UA 3: Y Tel. Ilealesville i1o • BUSINESS (0))'i' tlS WHEN YOU WAN'I UiOO-,;:, PELIVERED PROlI,' .'l: TO ANY PART OF TILE I? ~Y.El VILLEi DISTI1LC t' MAURICE ChiNOD CLIVE AVENUE, 1 I':iLL, 'Phone 121 .'I.Kinds of Carrying E1! ictl bateiy AND AT LOWEST .ATI.l!:S * LADIES-Wh Y11 W : II E. PO. in 1 SPECIAL BEONJJ A :: .''1E FOR ALL IPErI \'VEA KNSS' SAFE AND EFj :(.' IV. 'ric, 5/- U1.: Extra Special, 10/,- per ;r.x :Write for Free Catal(ulne. "i en ,1 and Women will find it of.r -at interenst All Correspondene., t,::1,.~ ...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 8 and 9. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

Market Report ME,!LBOUINE PIG MARKET. November 8 and 9. While pigs held their value at last week's Melbourne pig market, Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. experienced a gratifying firmness with calves. The firm reports as under: Stores.-Steady at late values, 16/ to 2G/-, 28/- to SS/-. Porkers.-All classes firm, 62/6 to 70/6,, 7S/6 to £5/0/6. Backfatters.-Selling well. We eas ily topped the market twice, G. Erooks £15/16/-, J. Edney £11/16/-, S. C. Jennings £9/19/-, A. R. Robert son at £8/16/- H. Burton £8/14/-, A. R. Scott £8/9/-, etc. Baconers.-A good sale throughout. We secured £7/7/- for five C. Phay er, two S. Affleck £7/7/-, J. T. Bel lingham at £7/6/-, eleven F. Sunder man to £7/1/6, seven J. Uren at £7 1/6, four E. Crane at £7/0/6, nine R. K. Wells at £6/19/6, seven S. Marsh at £6/17/0, seven J. Uren at £6/16/6, four. A. -Proll at £6/17/6, and many more. Calves.-Firm at late values. We sold fifty to £3/3/6. G. Broobs beat the books, £15/16/- to day, £11/16/- J. Edney, second top...

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Victory Club RECORD FINANCIAL RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

Victory Club -4--·--- RECORD FINANCIAL RESULT. The Victory Club ball to aid the Red Cross proved a big success, the attendance numbering -115. Choosing the belle of the bill was a hard task for the judges, Miss G. Spence and Mrs. V. McLaren finally sharing the honor. An old-time waiting competi tion was won by Mr. and Mrs. K. Campbell, and a modern one by Mr. and Mrs. Gillette. Other awards were:-Monte Caio, Miss B. Errington and Ptie. J. Pome roy; second Monte Carlo, Miss G. 01 ney and Pte. G. Olney; spot dance. Mrs. R. Fry and Miss V. Bergin; euchre, Mrs. T. Miller and Mr. Hyde; booby, Mrs. Rutzou and Mr. J. Smith; lucky table, Mrs. Bigelow and Mi'. McMillan; secret numbers, Mr. and Mrs. Saunders.. Donations:-Mr. and Mrs. Bury, 10/-; Mr. L. 4Pleld, fl; Mrs. C. Reid, £i/1/-; Mr. G. Hill, 10/-; Mr. R. Eadle, l1/1/-; Messrs. Hewitson and Phelan, £2/2/-; Mr. G. Staintoti, £1; L.A.C. R. Fry, 11/-; Pte. L. Ellligott, 10/6; Mr, R. Christie, 10/-; Mr. J. El ligett, 10/6; "Cranbrook Lodge,...

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This Evil Age To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

,This Evil Age + To the 'Editor. Sir,-According to letters one' reads ,in the press these days, many people are waking up to the fact that while those in high places are always call ing for economy and sacrifice from the people, they are the 'last to prac tice it themselves. There have been many letters, mostly from 'working people, written in scathing terms. .By these letters it is gathered that they cannot iunderstand why wealthy peo ple are .still pampered whilh- otia.' s are'called upon to shoulder the bur den. It is what many of us cannot nmdorntan:' , Power, influence and ;wealth seem to be the only goods mei. worship to-day. How long will thece things continue? When one studies what men do, and the method they use to do it, one wonders if truth and British principles have been thrown overboard with the Tei. Conmmand ments, for to-day vice is turned into virtiue and the things which once stood for uprightness are fast disap pearing. If men in high places do not set a good exam...

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Why Bring That Up ? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

Why Bring: That Up ? .V To the' Editor. Sir,-When the discussion was tak ing place regarding the leasing of cer tain picture rights it was stated that none of the councillors was getting a "come-back." As I have always un derstood that the wvord referred to a certain kind of sheep, I was a little bewildered and thought it must be a misprint. A friend has enlightened me, and stated that the word could be translated into: "rake-off." I feel sure that no ratepayer ever thought that any councillor would consider "rake-offs" in the transaction. It was therefore quite unnecessary for any one to give such assurance. It is a pity that the word was used in dis cussion where some kind of dignity is expected. It leaves a nasty taste in the mouth.-Yours, etc., S "ONLY? A WOMAN." Healesville, 13/11/44.

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Healesville Industry To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

Hea!esville Industry To the Editor. Sir,-The present State Govern ment is doing good work in an effort to bring about decentralisation. The creation of factories in country dis tricts has, to a great extent, been as sisted by shire and other councils, in making suitable sites and amenities available. I do not know whether anything has been done by our shire council so that Healesville .may be brought into the ambit of such activi ties. There is no good reason why any district which possesses the raw material should not be considered. IHe ! sville has it in plenty, for it has abundance of fine woods which have 0o ,uper.ur in any other place., The Well known mountan ash (Regnal:s) is being used in immense quantit:es for furniture and fittings, and in courl!e,; other ways in which first grs·clt timber is required. I thinh I am rirht in stating that Healesville Was o:n" of the pioneers of the pres ent seasoning system, and it is com .on know?.edgc that tue company known as "Dindi" conte...

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Education Aims To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

Education Aims To the Editor., Sir,-After reading in the metro politan press of the State-wide cele bration of Education Week, and of the widespread desire for better edu cational facilities, "I. M. Vigilant," in "Guardian," 16/10/44, must feel a bit doubtful of his statement that "the Education department is fully aware of, educational requiremenits through out the State, and where improve ments are called for sees that they are supplied," How we wish it were so. Instead there is agreement among educationists that Victoria lags 'bb hind the other States. If Victoria is to hold her own in the fiercely cohn petitive industrial world that seems inevitable after the war, she must have a' highly, trained and intelligent body of farmers and artisans, and moire. high schools and technical schools must be built as soon as pos sible. The new schools recently built on the outskirts of Melbourne are al ready overcrowded, and Healesville must have its new higher elementary school, if it is to ...

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Government Aid for Sanctuary. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

Government Aid For Sanctuary. The Hon. G. L. Chandler, M.L.C., forwards the following:-"Dear Mr. Chandler,-With reference to your personal representations, I desire to inform you that, after consideration of a recommendation from the Tour ists' Resorts Committee, I have auth orised a subsidy of £100 from Tour ists' Resorts Funds towards the cost of providing a new eagle flight aviary and undertaking various small repairs at the Sir Colin MacKenzie Sanctuary. The allocation is subject to a contri bution of at least £20 from local sources, and to the facilities, when provided, being controlled and main tained in good order and condition by the committee of management of the sanctuary. The work will be carried out by this department, and will be commenced after receipt of a cheque for the local contribution. The sec retary of the sanctuary committee is being advised of the allocationi.--. Yours, faithfully, J. Lienhop, Minister of Public Works." Dads' Association. At last monthly and s...

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£5 Fine For Fire Lighting A BURN-OFF AT BADGER CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

£5 Fine For Fire Lighting A BURN-OFF AT BADGER CREEK. "You ,could have been imprisoned for six months or fined £100," Mr. D. T. Wilkins, P.M., told Peter Lauder, farmer, Badger Creek, in the Heales ville police court on Thursday. Lau der pleaded guilty to igniting inflam able material on his property at Bad ger Creek on October 25, thereby en dangering other people's property. "No one can light fires that endanger other people's property without ob serving certain conditions," the P.M. added. "People on the land should know the law." First-constable Mason, Healesville, said he visited Lauder's place on the date mentioned and saw that a fire he had lighted was burning through the fence into adjoining property own ed by Mr. Kent. Next day, witness continued, he in terviewed Lauder in the presence of Scnior-constable Newton. Defendant admitted the infringement. The fire had travelled about 100 yards onf Kent's property, which was timber and scrub. Witness admitted defend ant telling hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

BUSINEISS NOTICES hose Desirous of Purchasing or 0nt'ng Properties in Healesville and grounding Districts should consult W. J. DAWBORN Real ,Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman AU Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths tICIIOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone 42 that 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. MacDoncald's SHOE 'STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITOPS Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS sOLICITORS and coMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. UM COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pieroe and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: 4 aealeaville a9 . MU 4te" MEMORIAL HALL J TALKIES To-Night, Saturday SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 All-Star Cast in "STAGE DOOR CANTEEN" (G) "STAGE DOO...

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Padded Seats To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

Padded Seats To the Editor. .Sir,-In your report of the talkie lease debate in lastrissue mention was made of the fact that Mr. Talbot was prepared, over and above his donation of £100, to impr0ve the Memorial Hall and instal better theatre furnish ings. On behalf of many theatre pa trons I wish to state that a local ap peal was launched some time ago for the purpose of obtaining padded s Ltts for the hall. It seems that this is just another of those unfinished jobs. Per haps this letter will bring to light what happened.-Yours, etc., RAYMOND S. GRO'JE. Hrtuesville, 4/11/44.

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

Croydon Market Easier tendency, but on a par with other* markets. Milking cows £14/5/-, heifers £12 10/-, stale £7/5/-; springing cows £11 10/-, heifers £9/15/-: backward cows £8/15/-; yearling heifers 90/- to 115/-; store cows £;/7/6 to £8/5/-, heifers £7/2/1; fat bullocks, light, £1,4 17/6; fat cows £14/12/6, heifers £14 2/6; beefy cows £11/10/-; choppers £6 to £9/12/6; crackers to £5/12/6; light bulls to £6/7/6. Calves.-Large vealers £7/10/- to £11/17/6, small £5/3/6 to £7/2/6; calves £3/17/6 to £4/17/6, small 43/6? to 68/6, light weights to 37/6. Pigs-Heavy porkers 94/6 to 1d03/6, medium 84/6 to 90/-, light 67/6 to 79/6. light baconers to 126/6; back fatters 115/6; chopping sows 105/-; bacon stores 79/6; pork stores 60/-: slips 41/6 to 56/6; suckers 21/- to 38/6. Sheep.-Two-tooth wethers, shorn, 22/- to 24/9, light shorn 22/3 to 22/6; six-tooth wethers, plain shorn, 17/1 to 18/3; Merino wethers, full mouth, light, 10/-; six-tooth ewes, shorn, 15/-, shorn light 11/- to 12/-; lamb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

:u : BARTOLD'S :_.?.. ? MILK OF MAGNESIA That is what Mother gives Me and wise mother too, beanse 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 inates biliousness, etc. Bay a rgoe bohle Irem / BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Office, HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). Malnnag:ress, MIISS E. M. McDONALD .................... .............. n ... ... . Healesville Baker J. FAIRBANK NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 Choice, Well-Baked Loaves DAILY DELIVERIES ....... .... ....... ................* .."* ...-*- -************---****....* The Science of being the only dividends you get from spend.as-you-go are down-trodden heels and frayed trouser cuffs. Thrift may he an old-fashioned virtue, hut it still keeps a man (or a woman) "on top of the world". By the simple invest. ment of even a few shillings a week in o Commonwealth Savings Bank account you can lift yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

SAll pcople that on earth do dwell Are prone to cou ghs and colds. And would he till their funeral knell Ilxlt from earth, unfolds; But there's a remoedy--the best, -Whereby we can secure Relief when sufferin-r from the chest, Culled "Woods' Great Peppermint Cure." If your Priority Number is in accord w~ith the recent SGovernment regulations Box Hill Tyre Servicc Pty. Ltd. Can RE-CAP, RE-TRTrAD, and REPAIR YOUR TYRES Supply qll Sizes New Tyres and Tubes as available Enquiries welcomed att 1013 WH[ITEHORSE RD., BOXK I?LL 'Phone' VX 2395 11 . ". ...... ........... ...... -..... If Kestle & Newton si .NOW AVAILABLE "i -MASONITE" in Various Size Sheets GOOD SUPPLY OF WINDOW SASHES AND DOORS WE DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR-NO EXTRA CHARGE SEast End Timber Yard Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St, Leonard's Road Junction) 'Phone Healeyville 22 . .......................................................................... . . .............. : .................................................... ....

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Return to Healesville PAST AND PRESENT COMPARISONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

Return to Healesville PAST AND PRESENT COMPARI SONS. By Eileen Finlay Author of ::The Caravan Passes," "Full Turn," "The Hills of Home," etc. Healesville again, and me still won dering if time will show me any changes. Mut the only changes I can find are those of Nature, and not of the hand of Man. Healesville always seems to me as if content to rest upon its laurels and stay put. But not so with Nature. Gone are the stark, bare trees of winter and the snow which spreads its white mantle around the encircling moun tains and wraps its wide old street in a murky pall of fog. The sun struggles through at times, showing blue smoke rising straight above a hundred chimneys, speaking mutely of comfortable firesides. So many of these chimneys could speak of history. But I will not dally over Healesville in the winter; instead I will tell how she put aside her dark and skimpy brown gowns and has now emerged in a riot of sparkling, leafy greens and yellows. Too varied in color are the masses ...

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A Comparison To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

A Comparison To the Editor, - Sir,-After reading your report of the council meeting at which the council accepted Mr. King's tender for the Memorial Hall for pictures, I could not help being struck with the inconsistent arguments used, amongst them being the statement by Cr. Pol lard "that the council would get more from Mr. King than from the other." Surely no right-thinking person will say that Mr. King's offer of £4/10/ for two nights (plus a few extra nights at 30/- per night during the holiday season) can be compared with my offer of a guaranteed rental of 110/10/- per week, .year in and year out. If the rest of the arguments were akin to this, the ratepayers can hardly be satisfied with their elected uepresentatives. "Wake up, Rate payers!-Yours etc., L. G. TALBOT, Present Lessee. MIelbourne, 15/11/44.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK pJ SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS IIEALESVILLE i IYEBY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the L : AROONDAII TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11th SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25th SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9th S City Address: ~LJ ,ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 H- ealesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD L VISITS ~EALESVILLE EVERY L THURSDAY L,. 2 p.m. till 5.30 , Or, by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. I-IHealesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THIE ILEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 SU1 Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHIIY WORRY? Write ý E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMIALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 6/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of grest interest All. Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 105 BO...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

IN MEMORIAM POULTER.-In memory of Edith Julia, who passed away November 18th, 1943. -Vie and Oscar Bartley. TABER.-In loving memory of our dear brother, Stanley, who passed away at Healesville, November 18th, 1935. Remembered always. -Inserted by loving sister Dorrie, and brother-in-law Leslie. TABER.-In loving memory of our dear brother, who passed away on November 18th, 1935. To have you in the same old way Would be our dearest wish to-day. -Inserted by his sisters Winnie and Myrtle, brothers-in-law Bill and Theo. TABER.-In sad and loving memory of my dear brother Stanley, who passed away at Healesville on No- vember 18th, 1935. Time may take the edge off grief, But memory turns back every leaf: To be with us in the same old way Would be our dearest wish to-day. --Inserted by his loving sister Joyce, brother-in-law Wally, and dear Uncle of David. TABER.-In loving memory of my dear brother Stan, who passed away nine years ago to-day, loved Daddy of Kevin and Stanley. To live in the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

Wedding PETERSON-CRELLIN. A very pretty wedding, and one of interest to Healesville and Hawthorn residents, was celebrated by Rev. T. H. Justice in All Saints' Church, Koo- yong last Saturday, when Joan, only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Crellin, formerly of Healesville, became the wife of L.A.C. August Wil- liam Peterson, R.A.A.F., only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Peterson, Haw- thorn. The bride, who was given away by her uncle, Mr. E. Clark, wore a tail- ored frock of heavy white crepe. Her embroidered tulle veil was held in po- sition with gardenias, and she carried a trail of similar flowers and lily of the valley. The only bridesmaid, sister of the bridegroom, was Miss Noel Peterson, who wore a frock of crepe in prim- rose shading, and carried a bouquet in autumn tonings. The bride's brother, Mr. Edwin A. Crellin, R.A.N., was best man.

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