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Healesville Shire Council NOVEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

Healesville Shire Council NOVEMBER MEETING. present:-Crs. Cameron (presi , ook, Barton, Dawborn, Kay, pollard, Murton, Johnston. An apolo . came from Cr. Huxham. CORRESPONDENCE. Toolangi Branch, V. P. O. and V. Grovers' Association, asking council to consider having a weighbridge in .alled in Healesville.-Secretary to enquire. pH F. Chandler, resigning as pound eeper.-Accepted. J, P. Keady, applying for position of poundkeeper.-Position to be ad fertised. T. W. Henry, explanation regarding erection of buildings at rear of shop Fernshaw road.-Deferred. J. A. Challonor and others, protest ig against erection of sawmill on fand adjacent to their properties. After inspection, no objection to pro posed site. shire of Upper Yarra, suggesting that a conference be held between the shires of Lillydale, Healesvlle, El thne, Fern Tree Gully and Upper yarra, to consider regional planning of area comprising these shires. Preliminary meeting to be suggested, xlealesville to be represented by the ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 21 and 23. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 21 and 23. It was a big session for Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. at the Melbourne pig market last week. Baconers gave excellent returns, and backfatters were brisk too. Here is the firm's re port: We sold 523 real snifters. Stores.-Smaller stores sold freely at fully late rates, others hardly equal, 35/- to 55/-, 65/- to S5/6. Porkers.-Quieter values through ont. C 0 '- to SI -: c::tra to 93/0. Backfatters.-Selling well. We had a splendid run. We topped the mar ket for Bert Anderson at £12/14/- and £12/6/-: J. McGuinness £l11//- and £10/14/-, P. Galea £1l/1/-, R. Coles £10/9,'-, L. Neal £9/ll/-, F. Fulford £9/1I/-, J. Regan £9/9/-, Lawrence Bros. £9/4/-, A. Freeman £9/11/- and £s/ 14./-, R. Clark £9/1/-, T. Gardiner £S1/14/-, etc.; fourteen averaged £10 Baconers.-We had a marvellous run of baconers, including the follow ing TOPS: Three C. Ward at £7/15/-, four E. A. Adams at £7/12/-, four W. Stokie at £7/11/-; seven C. Howlett 'at £7/7/-...

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Boxing Day Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

Boxing Day Sports By R. R. Cochran, Intending competitors in the wood chopping and running sections of the hospital Boxing Day sports are re minded that entries definitely close next Wednesday, December 6. Late entries will not be accepted, so com petitors should enter without further delay if 'they wish to compete. Nu merous requests for programs have been received from all parts of the State, and the committee expect a record entry in the wood chopping section. The trophy and sash (donated by Mr. Alex. Christie) for the winner of the 1944 Victoria Underhand Cham pionship, and inscribed trophy for the runner-up, are on view at Cochran's pharmacy, and, have been greatly ad mired. Mr. .J. M. McLean,, of East Brunswick, has been appointed ad judicator of the highland and nation al dancing sections, and Mr. McKer rel engaged as piper. Mr. J. L. 'Mc Kenzie, of "The Ferns," reports that dancers are eagerly looking forward: to the sports, and we 'should 'have more competitors than .at our...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

E ' HELP to Can Fruit for the Forces S More than 3,000 women are needed in the Goulburn Valley this summer to can the season's clop of peaches, pears, apricots and tomatoes. The needs of our Fighting Service, must be met, and this year they are Good CO~t:~litions greater than ever before. Skilled , FREE RAIL TnANSPORT or unskilled--nmarried or single for accepted aplplicants. -erery avail.able woman can do HOSTEL ACCOMMODA. her share is this vial work. TION at minimum rates. Enquire for starting dale and Matrons in charge. full details of wages and hour REGULAR TOBACCO SUP from )our loc... National Service PLIES ARRANGED. Office. FOR LEISURE, Modern Mal..' up a group from your townships offer golf, ten town and, work together to feed nis, theatres, dancing, o.;s lads in tle Army, Navy and shopping facilities. Air Force. Kestle & Newton a- HALSOMINE-A Large Stock of all available Colors. Ir S PAINT-All available Colors on hand, including Mid-Green and o Mill White. )t CYCLONE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

aa __g__________ _gB_ _gf s EE__II___ BARTOLD'S " .................·.···· :i: :-® MILK OF N?AGNESIA - //r!!ý mIlllnnKIIaII 8nmlll/ULr That is what Mother gives Me and wise mother too, because 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. ay a large bottule from BARThLD'S PHARVACY Opp. Post Office. HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). managaress, MISS E. 31. McDONALD ...................................m.......M..'. Healesville Baker J. FAIRX AN NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 Choice, Well-Baked Loaves DAILY DELIVERIES .... .................. . ............................................... ....... ... The Science of being tihe only dividends you got from spend.as-you-go are down-trodden heels and frayed trouser cuffs. Thrift may he an old-fashioned virtue. but it still "keeps a man (or a womanl "on top of the world". By the s...

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Hall Lease Not Yet Signed LETTER FROM LESSEE'S SOLICITORS CAUSES COUNCIL NO CONCERN. "CAN'T GO BACK ON AGREEMENT," INSISTS CR. POLLARD. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

Hall Lease Not Yet Signed LETT I FROIr. LESS::E'S SOLICITORS CAUSES COUNCIL N( * CONCERN. "CAN'T GO BACK ON AGREEM ENT," INSISTS CR. POLLARD. Deadlock of three weeks' duration has been reached by Healesville Shire Council in its dickering over leasing the Memorial Hall for talkies. A draft copy of the proposed contract and the new soldier lessee (Mr. J. A. King) was in the hands of the shire secre tary (Mr. W. Massey) at Monday's council meeting, but owing to its em bodying certain ambiguous clauses re quiring explanation by the shire soli citors (Messrs. Mullett and Langford), the shire seal and signature could not be approved for the final contract. Also, one or two other difficulties arose: but that these weie only deem ed by Ilealcsville's municipal represen tatives to be just minor ones was evi denced by the airy mai;er in which they rh:ushed them aside. In three week?'s' time-at the next gathering of the clan-it is proposed to attach the shire's official John Hancock to their ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

BUSIDES? NOTICES ose Desirous of Purchasing or tifng Properties in Hcalesville and rounding Districts should consult . J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman , Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths SCiIOLSON 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. MacDosnld's SHOE 'STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. ma SOLICITORB Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS SOLICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 195 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pierce and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: MU 436e "ealeaville 39 M- 456? MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Charles Laughton and Maureen O'Hara in "TIIS LAND IS MINE" (G) "THIS LAND IS '...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

IN MEMORIAM ANDERSON.-In ever loving mem- ory of our dear son and brother, Roy, who was reported missing, be- lieved dead, in air operations in the Middle East, December 13th, 1943. Ever in our thoughts. -Inserted by Mum, Dad and brothers Alan and Jack. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 December 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK Epl SVUGEON-DENTIST U TS HEAL-ESVILLE Y ?lY? SATURDAY FORTNIGHT 1i at the , AROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9th City Address: S a?STON BUILDINGS a ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: O(ntrl 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 210 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD ,VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THIURSDAY L . 2 p.m. till 6.20 LI Or by Special Appointment L- AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY '- Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRIOT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 !I Klins of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WIIY WORRY? Write F. M. Poultun SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE 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 great interest, All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 185 BOURKE ST., MELIE. Cent. 2197 of Sorts I/ Een those folks who i sully...

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Don't Leave This to Mum. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 December 1944

Dqn't Leave This to Mum. While it is generally accepted that the "Lady of the House" should ac cept full responsibility for all domes tic arrangements, the "leave it to mum" outlook can be a trifle over done when it comes to supplying the clothing coupons for the purchase of household linen and drapery replace ments. Each member of a family possesses a clothing coupon card, and it is as unreasonable to expect the mother of a family to use her person al clothing coupons for the family's linen requirements as to expect her to buy food for the household without using other members' food coupons. Each member of the household should contribute a fair share of coupons to wards linen and drapery replace ments. This is a moral as well as an economic obligation. !. .!.-:~-a~

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 December 1944

Croydon Market Cattle prices a shade easier, in sym pathy with other markets. Milking cows £17, heifers £12/15/-, stale £8; springing cows £11/15/-, heifers £10/12/;; backward cows £9; yearling heifers 77/- to 97/6; store cows £6 to £7/15/-, heifers £6/13/6, fat cows £13/10/-, heifers £14; beefy, cows £9/17/6; choppers £5/15/- to £7 15/-; crackers to 5/2/6; small dairy bulls £5. Calves. -Vealers £7/19/- to £10 12/6, small £5/5/- to £6/12/6; calves £3/11/- to £4/18/G, small 47/6 to 61/6, light weights 7/6 to 25/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers £5/8/6 to £5 15/6, medium 87/6 to 100/6, light 72/6 to 80/6? baconers 125/6; back fatters 123/6; chopping sows 109/-; bacon stores 76/6, pork stores 58/6; slips 41/- to 51/-; suckers 21/6 to 32/60 Sheep.--Good wethers 23/-, light 10/9 to 21/-; prime ewes 17/- to 18/-. good 14/6; lambs-prime suckers 24/10 to 25/2, medium 23/- to 24/-, light 19/- to 21/-, store lambs to 12/-; crackers to 6/-: - Poultry.-Cockerels 24/3 pair, roos ters. 21/-, cock chicks 15/...

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Coldstream Woolshed Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 December 1944

Coldstream Woolshed Dance. The busy Coldstream branch of tie Red Cross is in the process of prepar ing for another enjoyable woolshed dance, to be held this time at "Yarra Grange," the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hermon. Bright novelties are assured, as well as a tasty supper, and happi ness will rule throughout. Current Ration Coupons. The following ration coupons are now available:-Clothing and house hold drapery, Al to A56 until June 1945, B56 to B112 for ensuing twelve months; tea, 17 tb 20 till December 17; sugar, 1 to 14, may be accumulat ed for bulk purchase; butter, 19 to 21, till December 17; meat, 53 to 56, till December 17. Petrol, December and January tickets now available.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 December 1944

S Acr , 1 c I . l ' t f.ei ,- -c Good ,Cont.itierlS ,lTIl' . Il: apt FREE RAIL TRANSPORT , _ y"rlotto e l our; HOSTEL AC,:I.?/thl:EA . ,t o all tcC TION at mininn rates. G trilo , gro ur Matrons in charge. S' .lt cr REGULAR TOBACCO SUP S sA1 Scl bCe .or' PLIES ARRANGED. ia ( '1511 "t FOR LEISURE. Modern dget r e or townships offer golf;ten*, Staw a ' r ga nis. theatres, dancing. "ke al shopping facilities. s*~t R TB ?:ý - " ,ý. 4 ýa ,i ,, Veterans of World War II T IERE are no military lonours for dairy farmers. Just long hours of toil-that's all. Yet Australia's dairy farmers qualify as true veterans of this war. Wars are fought with food. Milk, butter and cheese are the most essential foods of all. Last year Australia's dairy farmers produced nmore than 1,00 million gallons of milk-an importint ioinlriution to the victories of allied anns. But even this is not enough to meet future require mnenis and an appeal is now made for an all-time record in milk production. The dairy farmer...

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Blind Auxiliary ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 December 1944

Blind Auxiliary ANNUAL MEETING. Fourteenth annual meeting of the alesville R.V.I.B. Auxiliary was held Thursday of last week. Report resented by Mrs. E. Bath (secretary) howed that the creditable sum of llS/10 had been raised during he year, and £170 remitted to the titute, which reflected satisfactoiP e on the president (Mrs. E. Hall), firers, and all who shared in the ar's work. Sympathetic reference made to the death' of three unch supporters-Mrs. Linstrom, * Mowle and Mr. Taber. Apprecia was tendered Mr. and Mrs. V. t for making "Alpine Lodge" avail e for two socials organised by the iliary, the first raising £57/3/- for Lord Mayor's Appeal for Blinded icemen, and the second £50 for institute babies' Christmas treat. ladies' bridge circle contributed 6/-.. Messrs. J. T. Pockett, A. E. le and Mrs. E .Courtney were finated to receive. life governor Present at the meeting was Mrs. he, representing the institute, who ducted the election of officers, ch resulted:-President, Mrs. E. I...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET November 29 and 30. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 December 1944

Market Report M.ILBOURNE PI-?G 'IMARKET November 29 and )0. 2Mcssrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. sub mit the following report: Stores.-Short suliply, selling well, 25/- to 85/-. Porkers.-A light yarding, values higher throughout, 65/- to 99/(;. Cho'pers.--A very light supply, all prices higher. VWe sold three T. Pul lefi to £12/16/-, two A. Murray to £12 11/-. M. Phillinr 1 !/ '-, H. Louden il '~/-, two Anderson Bros. £11/4/-, A. Ross ££0/9/-, etc. Baconers.-A limited supply, values 10/- to 15/- below last week. We sold nine Forster Bros. at £G/13/c, seven J. Reed at £6/9/6, six A. Davey at £6 7/6', seven Anderson Bros. at £6/5/6, five at £6/1/6, thirty-four Lewis and Louden at £6/3/6, and many £6/3/- to 94/-. Calves.--We sold 29 to £2/2/6. T. Pullen £12/1.'-, A. Murray £12 11/-, Nine Forster Bros. £6/13/6, £6/9/6 J. Reed seven: M. Phillips £11/19/-, H. Louden £11 6/-, Attractive prices in SHAW LOGAN'S picks.. An unexpected slump, three curers didn't buy, Two exporters out, others game to...

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Badger Creek SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 December 1944

Badger Creek SUCCESSFUL EXHIBITION. A Badger Creek district exhibition, was most successful. The standard of exhibits was high, and competitions were keenly contested. Mrs. Furms ton judged the knitting competitions and Mrs. L. G. Newton the cooking. Successful competitors were: Socks. Miss Pollock: child's sweater, Mrs. Milne;: plate of biscuits, Miss S. E. Jones: austerity cake, Mrs. Milne; sponge cake, Miss S. E. Jones. The children's exhibit proved that a good year's wYorkl had been dlone. Sonme drawing and paintings showed real promise and talent. The highlight of the afternoon was the pets' parade. Ponies, dogs, a goat, a lamb and a ferret were circling, many very unwillingly. Every pet showed that hours of preparation had been spent in readiness for showing. Spectators clapped heartily, except when loo busily engaged in disentang ling pets and owners. Afternoon tea was served, and a market stall, stocked with plenty of tempting things to buy, including some well made toys, di...

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Victory Club ANOTHER RECORD GAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 December 1944

Vic ory C!ub -4----- ANOTHER RECORD GAINED. Monthly social organised by the Vic tory Club and held in the Memorial Hall on Friday night of last week proved the club's biggest financial suc cess to date. The main' attraction was an ugly' man competition, the candidates being Mr. L. H. Walker (Terminus Hotel), Mr. E. G. Rowllings (Healesville Ho tel), and Mr. A. L. Palmer (Grand Hotel). The result was a surpriise to everybody, Mr. Palmer topping the poll with £68/16/9 and being declared the winner. Second was Mr. J. H. Walker, with £63/'1/-; and third Mr. E. C. Rowllings, with £28/10/-. The competition having lasted only three weeks and the grand sum of £160/7/9 having been raised, members showed their appreciation by present ing each catdidate with a calf-skin wallet. Euchre pirizes 'were won by Mrs. Bigelow and Mr.. M. Olney, and booby consolations by Mrs. Smith and Mr. Hyde. A doll dressed as a bride, and donated by Mrs. R. Coates, was won by Mrs. Paul, of Maroondah Lake Ho tel (No...

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Water Trust Policy To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 December 1944

Water Trust Policy To the Editor. Sir,--I have been directed by the Healesville Waterworks Trust to sub mit to you for publication the follow ing statement setting out the trust's policy, and the steps which are being taken to implement it. It was decid ed at the last trust meeting that an official statement of this kind was desirable, so that ratepayers might know of the plans which are being made for their benefit. The trust has adopted long range plans for developing a water supply system, adequate for the present re quirements ¶tnd capable of being ex panded on pre-determined lines, as re quired, to provide for the needs of Healesville for the next forty years. The first, main and immediate re quirement, it has been recognised, is an increased volume of water, to ob tain which the trust has approached the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works, from whose aqueducts and pipes the trust's supply of water is taken. Increases were sought, both from the Graceburn aqueduct andt fro...

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Serious Complaint To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 December 1944

Serious Comp!aint To the Editor. Sir,-It was a relief to know that at a recent meeting of the council it was decided to renovate the women's lavatories at the Memorial Hall. Since then there have been other sittings of the council, but still the filthy, outrageous writings remain on the walls, which should be painted jet black. The council should offer a reward for information leading to the punishment of offenders. After seeing mothers take little children to these places, I cannot refrain any longer from drawing attention to this mat ter. Will something he done before visitors come to our beautiful district, and go away with a bad impression of us?-Yours, etc., "NOT A WOWSER." Healesville.

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My Life in Africa THE GREAT EXODUS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 December 1944

My Life .n Africa By Robert Eadie, M.B.E. THE GREAT EXODUS. The changing conditions of the past generation were bringing about dissat isfaction to most of those who were living on the frontier. There had'obeen a gradual moveme:nt out of the colo ny, but it was very 'small indeed to that which follow.-d. In order to spy out the land therb: were hunters and traders who had privately gone beyond the Orange Rivet. There were some who had even creased the Vaal Rivet. These pioneers brought back informa tion of a fine and open country. Then families began to trek to see for them selves what this distant land was like. One of the ear;iest parties to leave was under the able leadership of a great pioneer. His name was Louis Trigardt. He moved over the grassy plains of the Orange Free State, where he was joined by another party under Van Rensburg. After they had crossed the Vaal River, which is now the boundary bvwveen the Transvaal and Orange Free State. Trigardt's party pushed in a norther...

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