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Current Ration Coupons. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

Current Ration Coupons. The following ration coupons are now available:-Clothing and house hold drapery, Al to A56 till end of ration period, B57 to B112 for twelve months from November 15; tea, 13 to 16, till to-morrow; sugar, 1 to 12, may be accumulated for bulk pur chase: butter, 16 to 18,-until to-mor row; meat, 45 to 48. until to-morrow.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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How's Your Arithmetic? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 18 November 1944

How's Your Arith metic ? To the Editor. Sir,-Ratepayers would, like Cr. Pollard to tell them the meaning of his statement, made when the talkie transference occurred, that "the coun cil would get more from Mr. King's tender than from the other." Surely a bald statement merits explanation. The present lessee's tender for six nights was no "bluff," as I am told one party described it, but was in black and white, as readers of your paper last week saw for themselves. A schoolchild can compute the differ ence between the two tenders. Al lowing the new man use of the hall as often as he is likely to want it, the position is that by turning down the present lessee's tender (to be respon sible for the hall rent for six nights a week) the ratepayers have lost reve nue for three years at a rate of £185 15/1 per year, or, in round figures, a gross total of £557/5/-. But even this is not all, for the present lessee has been paying a bonus of £52 per annum over his rental. So add £52 a year for...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

Croydon Market Strong competition, with prices de cidedly higher. Milking cows £15, heifers £13/12/6; stale £8; springing cows £12/2/6, heifers £10; backward cows £8/2/6; yearling heifers 85/- to 107/6; store cows £6 to £8/2/6, heifers £6/15/-: fat cows £13/17/6, heifers £12/15/-; beefy cows £10/17/6; choppers £6 2/6 to £9/2/6; crackers to £5/5/-; light bulls £6/17/6. dairy bulls £5. 15 /-. Calves.-Large vealers £7/19/- to £11/7/6, small £5/12/6 to £6/15/-;. calves £3/15/- to £4/15/6, small 47/0 to 71/6, light weights to 41/-. Pigs. - Heavy porkers 99/6. to 104/6, mediums 84/6 to 94/6, light 066/6 to 75/6; light baconers to 124/6; backfatters 110/6; chopping sows 103/6; bacon stores 77/6, pork 59/6; slips 40/6 to 51/6; suckers 20/- to 37/6. Sheep.-Wethers 25/6, light 18/6; prime ewes 16/-, good 11/- to 12/6, light 7/9 to 10/-; lambs-prime suck ers 25/3 to 28/3, medium 24/- to 24/6, light 22/- to 23/9, old, shorn, 17/- to 20/3; store lambs 7/- to 10/9, small 4/5 to 5/-; crackers 3/6;...

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All In Order. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

All In Order. We are advised by Mr. Raymond S. Grove that at their last confab, the Sir Colin MacKenzie Sanctuary man agement committee gave their seal of approval to his conducting an after Christmas re-union dance in the city in February. Proceeds, of course, will go to the sanctuary. Last week-end, Raymond says, an important meeting was held, at which he conferred with delegates officially ap pointcd to act as his aides. Pronmotion Gaine:ad. Doug. Phillips, son of Mr. L. V. Phillips, formerly of H-ealesville but now proprietor of Mid-State Radio, Albury, has been promoted to the rank of pilot-officer in the R.A.A.F. Soldiers Jubilant Over Picture Deal. President Bert King's big success in obtaining the Memorial Hall pic ture lease was the subject of hearty commendation at monthly meeting of Healesville R.S.S.A.I.L.A. last Satur day, and he was warmly congratulat ed on his outstanding initiative. His great scoop evidently proved a spur to the branch, as there was an at tendance of...

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A Question To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

A Question To the Editor, Sir,-Perusal of your last i giving the facts and readers' vie the hall lease "incident" ce does, as one correspondent pu "leave a nasty taste in the mo Some weeks ago a lady corres ent somewhat caustically i'ema "If you have a crack-pot sugg Healesville will try it out," and r council events have done nothi disprove her observation. By si arithmetic "I. M. Vigilant" has p ratepayers have lost at least £713 on the latest deal handed out b council, who, by the way, lev highest rate the law allows t charged against property. To sa least, it is most inconsistent an good business. Ratepayers have every right pect shire affairs to be run on ness lines. In this particular 1nst were all but two of our counc carried away by sentiment, o0 there "wheels within wheels?" a thoughtful summing up of the so impartially presented in the " dian," it appears that a grave tice has been perpetrated to bot present lessee and ratepayers. question then arises, "Can the away with i...

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Soldier Representation To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

Soldier Representation To the Editor. Sir,-Several returned service men of the Healesville district who are personal .friends of mine have asked me to point out in my correspondence that they completely dissociate them selves from the talkie lease transac tion which, quite naturally, has be come Healesville's cause celebre of the moment They state they are not partisans of the deal, and they, as re turned men, disapprove if the R.S.L. is in any way connected with it. The consensus of their opinion is that if the league is involved, then the ques tion immediately arises: "Why should the league favor only individual mem bers with a gilt-edged investment?" One man puts it: "I saw active ser vice in the present war and suffer dis abilities therefrom, and yet have ask ed no favors. Nor have I received any , . . I believe in live and let live. . I believe that we are fighting this war for democracy. . . for a bet ter deal for everybody." Another says: ."The local branch of the league does...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

IN MEMORIAM KESTLE.-In fond memory of my loving and devoted wife, Emily, who passed peacefully away on No- vember 27th, 1943. Peacefully sleeping -Inserted by her loving husband, Alf E. Kestle. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN •"Non slbi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1941

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Yarra Glen Agricultural Society SHOW REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

Yarra Glen Agricatukral SHOW REVIVED. The annual meeting of the Yarra Glen Agricultural and Horticultural Society was held on Monday night, with Mr. J. S. Kerr presiding over a good attendan'e, those present show ing commendable interest in proceed ings.. With a decision made to revive the show again in 1945 the following office-bearers viere elected:-Presl Sdent, Mr. J: S. Kerr; vice-presidents, Messrs. J. P. Doake, E. McDonald and J. T. Bell; secretary, Mr. E. A. Cary; treasurer, Mr. C. J. Petty; council, Messrs. R. A. Bell, L. Weller, W. Lawrence, D. White, N. Allen, M. McIntosh, B. Gibbs K. Gibbs, V. Hen derson, J. Ellis, H. Ault, R. Greaves, Gilbert Bell, A. Walters, J. F. Bell, H. Paul, F. Sadlier, A. White and A. Love; secretary, for dog section, Mr. W. Lawrence; council member for Chamber of Agriculture, Mr. Law rence; auditor, Mr. R. A. Bell. The balance sheet read by the sec retary showed that after paying £4. to the Red Cross the society had a credit of £19. The date fixe...

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Straight Talk To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

Straight Ta!k To the Editor. Sir,--A letter appeared in the last isue of your paper which has startled the writer and, I have no doubt, the nreat majority of ratepayers. It was signed "I. M. Vigilant," and gave de tailed figures regarding the lease of the Memorial Hall. The figures sug gest--and demand-further investiga tions. Such enquiry might give the cue as to why there is so much diffi cultl in balancing the local budget, not0ithstanding that we pay one of the highest rates in the country. It bi fair to state that a small minority of councillors voted against the ac ceptance of the new tender. "I M. vigilant" has done a real service in bringing the whole transaction into the light of day, and you, Mr. Editor, deserve the thanks of the commun ity for publishing the letter. There is j challenge in the letter which can not he ignored. Which councillor is going to accept?-Yours, etc., "FAIR PLAY IS BONNY PLAY." I ealesville, 20/11/44.

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 15 and 16. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 15 and 16. Porkers and backfatters sold well, but baconers were a little easier at last week's session of the Melbourne pig market, but the reliable firm of Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. re ported a brighter period for calves. This is how the report reads: Stores.--A steady enquiry for all descriptions at late rates. Porkers.-Selling freely at late values, 65/- to 95/6. Eac:fa'.tcrz.-mold well throughout. Best £10/10/- to £15/9/-, others from £6 to £9/10/- We sold drafts for J. Menzel at £11/6/-, three J. Cobain to £10/11/- (averaging £10/3/-), Da vid Syme at £10/4/-, H. Carroll £10 4/-, C. Johnston £9/16/-, A. Grant £9 1/-, J. Heffer £8/14/-, W, R. Smerdon at £8/9/-, etc. Baconers. - Generally easier, but values much the same. We topped the market with six A. Razos at £8 3/-, eight top of market Anderson Bros. at £7/2/6, seven A. Razes at £7/0/6, five Holloway Bros. at £6 17/6, five A. Razes at £6/15/6, five A. Razos at £6/14/6, ten Jas....

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Cr. Pollard Replies To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

Cr. Pollard Replies To the Editor. Sir.-In reply to one, "I. M. Vigi Jant," unknown but speaking for the ratepayers of Healesville, I pr,oume; also one, L. G. Talbot, unknown. per sonally even to most Healesville coun cillors until very recent date; novy personally known to all councillors owing to many personal contacts over the last two months, and now so in terested in the Healesville ratepayers that he-or should I say she?.pre sunles to speak for and even warn them: and to one other, who signs herself "Only a Woman," and knows all about "come-backs" and rake offs." Firstly, "I. M. Vigilant" and L. c. Talbot evidently got their information front the same source, and that was wreoun. My "bald statement" was that the council would not lose anything by accepting Mr. King's tender; in fact, it may gain comrethlng; and I still thinkl that is a practical state ment, despite the excellent arithmetic of "I. M. Vigilant," which only shows that a sum of money could have been accepted by (h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

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Young Woman In Room "MURDOCH WAS MAD WITH ME!" MAX MAPLEY TELLS COURT "SORRY I DIDN'T KNOCK HIM DOWN WITH HAMMER," SAYS MURDOCH [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

Young Woman In Room "MURDOCII WAS MAD WITH HIE!" MAX MAPLEY TELLS COURT "SORRY I DIDN'T KNOCK HIM DOWN WITH HAMMER," SAYS MURDOCH. A hefty, three-legged wooden pedes tal figured as Exhibit A. in a case heard in the Healesville police court on Thursday of last week, wherein Lawrence Leonard Maxwell Mapley, a resident of Tarrawarra, pleaded not guilty to a charge of assaulting Alan Murdoch, Fernshaw road, Healesville. Present in court, Mur doch bore visible head injuries which he reckoned were caused by Mapley throwing the pedestal at him and donging him one behind the ear. Mapley maintained that this couldn't have happened; Murdoch, he said, way out of the room when he tossed the pedestal out through the door. Map lcy-and his brother and mother- rcclkoned he was doing the right thing by his married sister, Mrs. Olsen, in protesting against her and her baby being inconvenienced by Murdoch's renovations to a room she rented from him at his cafe premises oppo site the Memorial Hall. But...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

BUSINICSI NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or g Properties in Hoalesville and ending Districts should consult ,J. DAWBORN eal Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 42 that aOe 7fl04et 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 he.e at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. 8OLIOITOIIM lullett & Langford SOLICITORS lTORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. I COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR REALESVILLE OFFICE mee and Bradshaw's Bulldings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: U ieville 39 MU 4H8e MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25 Randolph Scott and Claire Trevor I.t "THE DESPERADOES" (G) "THE DESPERADOES" (G) "T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 November 1944

DENTISTS * MR. H. STOCK r SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE LV BY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT Sat the ?MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11th I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25th SSATURDAY, DECEMBER 9th City Address: S LSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Sentral 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 215 BALACLAVA ROAD I CAULFIELD VISITS I EALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Iealesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THIE IIEALESVILLE * DISTRICT IVIAURICE IIADLER CLIVE AVENUE, iLEALESVILLE 'Phoiie 121 '11 Kinds of' Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--VIIY WORRY? Write E. M. Pouwton SPECIAL DONJEAN FEMALE IPILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per nox Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 105 BOURRE ST., MEII.l. C...

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Our Bulging Postbag. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

I - Our Bulging Posthag. A mass of correspondence has reached us this week. It does not en quire after the editor's health, but mostly concerns the talkie lease. Much of it sails pretty near the wind, and as the editor still wishes to keep on deck this portion of it cannot see daylight. The rest of it we shall pub lish as time goes on and space per mits. Worth Noting. Kalsomine in all available colors is now on sale at Kestle and Newton's, Healesville's premier hardware store. Supplies of paint-including mid green and mill white-are also ready for free delivery to your door. Cy clone farm gates are .stocked, too. 'Phone orders to Healesville 22. Do It Now. Do you remember the time when you took a lend of mum's stocking to hang up on Christmas eve to greet Father Christmas? You can repeat this novely by sending along a small donation to Raymond S. Grove, 9 Burwood road, Hawthorn, who will hold a dance in the Richmond Town Hall on December 5 ,to aid "The Sun" toy fund. Soldiers Aided....

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Popular Pars St. John's Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

Popular Pars From L. J. Adam. St. John's Fair. St. John's annual fair was opened by Lady Angliss, accompanied by her, sister. The vicar and Mrs. Mux worthy introduced them to the large assembly. Lady Angliss made kind remarks about the well stocked stalls and expressed her pleasure at being able to assist in a good cause. She then went the rounds of the hall, buying liberally, and was taken to tea by the vicar and his wife. Buying went ahead with a rush, and shortly after 4 o'clock very little was left. Each stall had scored well. Probably the guild realised the most, owing to months of preparation. Stalls were:-Refreshments, Mcs dames Boreham, Becker, Hennett. Bradshaw, Cochran, Stanley and Lewis. Ice cream, Misses Andrews, Newton and Taylor. Guild, Mesdames Adams, Monds, Misses Shaw and Han sen. Cake, Mesdames King, New ton, Reed, Miss George. Produce, Mesdames Dalway, Furmston, Misses Dennis and Murton. Sweets, ML's. Murn and members of G.F.S. Jumble, Mesdames Fletcher, Coates, O...

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Lastly, The Ratepayer To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

Lastly, The Ratepaye To the Editor. Sir,-The latest mess-up by council should not come as a she or surprise to the people, as, after a they have only followed the same pri ciple as the road mess-up near hotel, the only difference being th while one was an error against a se tion of the people and did not invol any financial loss to the people, th other affects both. It is a pity th these men should forget that as cou cillors their duty is firstly to the rat ,payers. But they always come la When they ask for votes they alwaw stress that their desire will be to lo after the ratepayers' interests. A as for being popular, the man w does keep his promise by carrying o the right principles will, I am sur earn the respect of the ratepayers a whole, which, to my way of thin ing, is better than being popular wi a few. I read Cr. Pollard's letter. He see to have taken much exception to t woman who wrote about "con backs." After all, it was, I think, C Huxham who mentioned "con backs." Also, i...

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More Confusion To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

More Confusion --- To the Editor. Sir,-After reading Cr. Pollard's let ter in your last issue one can only say that he makes "confusion worse con founded." It is extremely difficult to follow his logic or reasoning. Two sets of figures were submitted by the ten derers, and there were put before your readers by "I. M. Vigilant." There has been no rebuttal of these figures, so one can only assume that they are cor rect. The promises of what might be done by the successful tenderer are of no account. Even with the best inten tions, he might find himself unable to fulfil a promise which is not legally binding on anyone. After what has been disclosed, it is evident that the two councillors who voted in the negative had good reason for their action, and are to be con gratulated on taking a fair-minded view of the position. It is waste of time to discuss anything which has not come within the framework of the contr act, or tender, and councillors are expected to see that the rule is observ...

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