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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

Croydon Market Prices on a par with last week's im proved rates. Milking cows £18/10/-, heifers £14 5/-, stale £8/5/-; springing cows £11 15/-, heifers £11/5/-; backward cows £8/15/-; pearling heifers 72/6 to 9,2/6; store cows £6/10/- to £7/15/-, heifers £6/5/-; fat cows £16, heifers £13/2/6; beefy cows £9/10/-; chop-. pers. £5/5/- to £7; crackers to £4/5/-, bulls £7, dairy bulls £4. Calves.-Large vealers £ 7/5/- to £11/5/-, small £5/5/- to £6/12/6; calves £3/7/6 to £4/16/6, small 43/6. to 58/6, light weights to 29/6. Pigs.-Prices slightly down. Heavy porkers 936 to 99/6, medium 74/6 to 86/6, light 61/6 to 67/6; light bacon ers 119/6; backfattcrs 112/6; chop ping sows 87/6; bacon stores 61/6 to 71/6,'pork stores 55/6; slips '37/- to 4(6/6; suckers 22/- to 35/-. Sheep.-Good wethers 25/1, light 17/7;: prime ewes 15/9 to 16/10, good 14/-; lambs-prime suckers 26/3 to 27/4, medium 23/4 to 24/7, light 18/ to 22/-; old, fair, 16/- to 18/-; stores -small lambs 5/6 to 9/-, rams 17/-; cracker...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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West End Woe To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

West End Woe To the Editor. Sir,--Some time ago someone writ ing to the "Age" suggested giving wid er powers to local governments. I think he must have lived somewhere where the rates are 1/9 in the r and everything in the council is serene. Certainly if he came to Healesville he would not hold that opinion; he would reverse it. Here they take what pow ors they want, for, as a councillor said, they are the council and it is for them to say. Well, I think it is time the State stepped in and put someone in full control of our main highways, to ]eep them clear of hideous eyesores. It is strange that the Country Roads Board should insist on the-roads being kept tidy, while a council is allowed to give permission for bush mills right in sight of the main road, without even a tree to screen them. Would these same men permit such a thing in front of or near their own homes? Then there are the people who, hav ing built homes to expect peace and quietness, have to be inflicted with this kind...

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SEASON'S GREETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

SEASON'S GREETINGS, We extend the Compliments the Season to our readers. adv, tisers and contributors Cts, adv Victory Club Social. Friday night, January is the of the next enjoyable euchr de dance sponsored by the Victorye e to aid the Red Cross. Be sure t1 among the happy throng in the ie rial Hall. Lots of novelties and a g supper. Successful Students. At the recent examinations held Healesville by the London Colle, Music the pupils of Mrs. Purnell very successful in pianoforte Il Details are:-Margaret Baslett .paratory grade. 97 marks: Anne' junior grade, 97; Janet Pilmer j grade, 9; ; Pamela Lang ham, ju grade, 9 1; Janette Lewis, junior p 89; Joan Cochran, higher junior 91. Healesville TWater Trust. Monday's meeting was attended Cmrs. Dawborn (chairman1 I Johnston, Cameron, Murton, H'uxh Pollard and Strachan Smith. A cheq for £5/2/4 refund was received fr the State Accident Insurance Co. der service conditions, Mrs. Godfr of "The Wattles," was granted perm sion to renew pipe c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

OSpITALS NEED OVER 600,000 CANS OF FRUIT HELP TO CAN IT! IT'S essential work ... pleasant " work . and all the more imiportant because mnnny of those hospital cases are boys wounded whilst fighting for you. So do your bit to help Australin. : Volunteer today to can the fruit that Australia needs so urgentlv. Make up a party of your friends to work together in the lovely , Go lburn Valley. You're nc shed betwt,-n Junarry and April. See your local National Se: ?ce . * Oflicer for full particulars: he'll glaIdly :make all arr.4:rFmenrnt s o for 3.nI. !'LBUHN VALLEY CANNERIES NEED WOMiN URGENTLY Seain Leaft.i Front Your '-arest Post Oflice Tos.ay I --:--- G ONDITIOT S .OUR SAILORS,u *AcrOM?'1D:,A- *FREE RAIL "-'rLl... C ANr' TfO.' AR4KIUGrn TRANSPOR7 E a: inin n..; . rates . K. transj r u. i" .ME furninhed hostels. provided . DEPEND ON Mtatrons F charic. STl!RS GOL- Recreatioa. rDL. CRECREATION BURN VALLFY "TCEACC o"d o asra 1n (oulwssru GO - C1GFUs/. E- . Valley tow::slsipsucter CANN ?...

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My Life in Africa [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

My Life in Africa By Robert Eadie, M.B.E. This was the first permanent s.ttic pent of Europeans in the country sorth of the Vaal River. Here the party had a government of its own, Spart from other trekkers. When Re tief arrived at the Free State he f'und i other parties there who electe.l him Commandant-General of the largest ,sction of the trekkers. In October, 1837, he, with a few of the leading men, set out to explore the capabilities of Natal and to obtain per ,ission from Dingaan, the Zulu chief, to occupy it. From Dingaan he ob tained a promise of a grant of land. provided he recovered some cattle stolen from the Zulus. Retief fulfill ed his part of the bargain, and on re turning to the kraal of Dinga'in he and his followers walked into "t death trap. / The cession of land was signed, and at a given signal the Zulus pounc ed upon them and massacred them in cold blood. This was in February, 183S. Many of the trekkers had begun to pass into Natal, over the Drakentberg mountains....

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET December 13 and 14. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

ar^ket R OYrt .IELBOUORNE PIG 1MARKET. De('cemlber 1: and 1-1. On the top line again, were Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. at the last session of the Melbourne pig n:-;rket for 1944. This is how the firn's re nort reads: rWe sold 730. Stores.-Keen enquiry at ibout late rate.;: suckers S/6 to 30/6, :-iips ::/ to 38/6, stores .12/ to 88/:. -. . . - ....:- ll" casie"; light -;;/- to G5/-, others 68/- to. 2/6. Dackfatters.-A steady d-.e-nnd at abou! late figures. We TOPPED the day for Andrew Razos at £13/L9/ and £1l/6i/-, second TOP D. Shiels S: ' 1 ; / - and £11/19 -: othetrs were: F. Mayberry at £11/1 9/-, two H. E. Graydon at £lI;6/-, F. Fuifori £31 4/-, F. Ewart at £ln/'l/-, I,. Afetfck £11/i;/-. E. Bulmer £10/1/-, and many more, eleven averaging £11//14-/;. Baconers.-A wonderful sale. All TOPS, incuding two W. A. Norman at £S/4/-, six Lipscombe Bros. at £7/10/-, six Andrew Razos at f7/7/-, ten A. Razos BACON TOP at £7/5/G, five Holloway Bros. CURERS' TOP £7 4/i6, twelve A. Razos at £...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

BUSINIS, NOTICES e Desirous of Purchasing or ting.properties in Hcalesville and rounding Districts should consult J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Ai Kinds of Ipsurance Effected Registiar fpr Births and Deaths ICHOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone 42 that gaLe 7flctey 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 he.e at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITOI? Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS 50LICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 305 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pleree and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY ealeville 89 Telephones: MU 4866 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday Susannah Foster and- Donald O'Connor in "THIS IS TIIHE LIFE" (G) "THIS IS TIIE LIFE" (G) "THIS IS...

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam. I would like to extend to my read ers every good wish for the yearsthat lie before us. May we all find fresh courage and strength in the promises made incarnate on Christmas Day." St. John's Sunday school anniver sary was held at the 10 a.m. service last Sunday, about 50 scholars being present. After an interesting address by the Rev. S. J. Muxworthy, the prizes were presented. The euchre and dance held in St. John's Hall on Monday, to raise funds for the Christmas treat, proved very successful, £14/7/- being raised. The euchre tourney was won by Mrs. Lewis aqd the Rev. Muxworthy, the prizes being donated by Mrs. Basil Stanley and Mr. L, J. Adam. The or chestra (Mr. and Mrs. Furmston and Mr. Bert Taylor) was much appreci ated, and these kind folk gave their services to swell the funds. Mr. Jack Desborough was M.C. On Wednesday, 13th inst., the bowl ing club held an interesting pairs tour nament. The green was in good order. This was the first tournament s...

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BLOCKADE WILL WORRY THE JAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

BLOCKADE WILL WORRY THE JAPS. With the arrival in far eastern waters of the British Pacific Fleet the stranglehold on Japan will be doubled and she' will be much worse off than Germany has been under the block ade. Britain's blockade of Germany from the first stages of the war de nied to her large quantities of raw materials. Over 80 per cent. of her oil, 98 per cent. of her cotton, and 90 per cent. of her fats were cut off, and much the same proportion of other essential raw materials. The blockade really forced Germany to the desper ate courses which are bringing about her ruin. Her adventures in south western Europe and her attack on to break the iron ring, and to seize to break the iron ring,. and to seibe new sources of supply. The Japs, how ever, are in a much worse plight than the Huns. Before her present disas ters Germany could draw on supplies overland. Japan's lines of communi cation were all overseas, and her war economy hangs largely on thin lines of. ships. War industr...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

Wedding   HAYES-TAYLOR. A quiet wedding was celebrated in St. John's Church of England, Heales- ville, last Saturday, when Helen Tay- lor, only daughter of Mrs. PetttLi, oIu Craceburn crescent, Healesville, be- came the wife of Signaller C. H. Hayes (A.I.F.), youngest son of Mr. C. Hayes, of Smith street, Healesville. The Rev. S. J. Muxworthy officiat- ed. The bridegroom is home on leave after three years in the servites, and his brother, Mr. W. Hayes, acted as best man. The parents where very pleased to see so many friends pres- ent at the service. The happy couple have been spend- ing their honeymoon at Sorrento. The 5/- National Savings Stamp you buy to-day may give your soldier the steel helmet he may need to-mor row.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

* .= B.RTOLD'S : ::::::::: MILK OF MAGN:ESIA _ SThat is what ,Mother gives Me and wise mother too, because Milk of Magnesia is ideal for helping to keep - rhildron healthy. It ass.lts n,¶tnre to keep little stomachs free from dangerou - acids, and so aids digestion and elim /inates biliousness, etc. Bly a lar* boule from SBARTBi S PHARMACY Opp. Post Ctlce. HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After tours, Phone 2). M1Managaress, iIHSS E. M. McDONALD .. .................................. ................... . Healesville Baker J. FAIRBANK NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 Choice, Well-Baked Loaves DAILY DELIVERIES ===.w..= n==....==.......==="." n............... ?. " ... "... =."I.$=.? ==u. ..... .... ?: The World's News Seen Through THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An Internationial Daily Newspaper is Truthful?-Constructive--Unbiased-Free from Sensatiqgal. ismn-Bdhlrals Are Timely and Instructive and Its Daily Features, Together with the Weekly Magazine Section, Make the Moniset an Ideal Newsp...

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Healesville Sports [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

HealesviPle Sports By R. R. Cochran. Arrangements are now complete for the Boxing Day sports meeting on Queen's Park oval, when the hospital sports committee will conduct their fourth effort to aid the building fund of the Healesville Bush Nursing Hos 1 pital. Excellent entries have been re ceived for the wood chopping events, and from reports that have come to hand the horse events and Highland and National dancing competitions will draw record entries. The Victorian Underhand Cham pionship for 1!144 will be, the chief at traction. It appears to be a very even field of the best axemen from all parts of the State, with an interstate competitor striving to beat them for the coveted title. Among entrante for this event, which has attracted ten nominations, is such a well known champion as A. E. Newcombe, of Colac, who won the Standing Block Championship of Victoria at our Easter meeting and is the present holder of both the South Australian and Western District of Victoria championshi...

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Healesville Shire Council DECEMBER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

Healesville Shire -4--e~-- DECEMBER MEETING. Present: Crs. Cameron (president), Cook, Murton, Huxham, Pollard, Kay, Johnston and Dawborn. An apology came from Cr. Barton. CORRESPONDENCE. Shire of Upper Yarra, concerning regional planning, suggesting that the proposed preliminary meeting should be held at Lilydale on January 9; also that council arrange for three repre sentatives and the shire engineer to attend.-Agreed to. Mothers' Club, for use of park for children's break-up picnic.-Granted. R. Ettridge, complaining of drain in Fernshaw road, near his place. To receive attention. Red Cross Society, inviting council lors and wives to visit their activities. --Received with thanks. J. A. King, for permission to erect signboard between Grand Hotel and Cherry's garage.-Granted. State Treasury, re council's post war program.-Engineer to be asked to submit report on local street re quirements which would be allocated under this heading. Minister of Commerce, for help in appeal for women...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 December 1944

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK fl · SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HFEALESVILLE [UgYBY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT ý ~ at the ,IAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, ,JANUARY 13:th SATURDAY, JANUARY 27th BATURDAY, FEBBUARY 10th SATURDAY, FE:ID;IU:ARY 24th SATURDAY, MARCH 10th SATURDAY, MARCIIH 24th City Address: S ALSTON BUILDINGS [ 12 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phone Cent. 2507 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST j 210 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD 'VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY Kt 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 TILE HIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 1l Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WVIIY WORRY? Write E. M. Pou t n SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest, All Correspondence ...

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Healesville Hospital To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

Healesville Hospital To the Editor. Sir,-During the festive season we receive gifts and good wishes from those who value our friendship. This Christmas the Healesville Bush Nurs ing Hospital received a magnificent donation from a generous friend who has the interest of the hospital close at heart. On Christmas Eve I receiv ed a letter from Mr. J.Skolnik, of Ma. roondah Lake Hotel, stating that, be ing a newcomer to the this town, he would like to take some responsibility in our hospital, and enclosed a cheque for £100. His interest in our hospital goes further than this generous ges ture, as he has stated that he would endeavor to create interest in our worthy institution with his guests, and by this means he hoped to obtain further fiinanclal assistance. Such a grand and generous gesture from a recent arrival in the town must give the committee and every one interested in our hospital encour agement to continue their good work, which is for the benefit of all in this district. Mr. ...

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St. Brigid's School SUCCESSFUL SCHOLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

St. Brigid's School SUCCESSFUL SCI4OLARS. As a result of the new regulations in the Education department, St. Brigid's school received approval to hold the examination for internal merit, which took place on November 7. The following candidates were suc cessful:-Monica Lalor, Lois Rutzou, Margaret Monk, Joan BoWden, and Syd Daniels, who was pending in arithmetic from the previous year. In the music school the undermen tioned pupils of St. Joseph's Convent were successful in the examination conducted by the University of Mel bourne: Preparatory: Rosie Loveday, Mar garet Kelly, Joan Hollow. Grade VI: Maureen O'Connell (hon ors), Janie Taylor, Lois Rutzou, Syl via Taylor. Grade V: Joan Bowden (honors), June Gwynneth. Musical perception, grade V: Joan Bowden (honors). The following were also successful in the examination conducted by the London College: Diploma of Associate: Miss Valda Ashmore (A.L.C.).M, Miss Alice Craw ford (A.L.C.M.). Elementary: Honors, Janice Taylor. Primary: Honor...

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My Life in Africa [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

My Life in Africa By Robert Eadie, M.B.E. Pretorius arrived in Natal with a party and was at once appointed Commandant-General. Without delay a force was collected to proceed against Dingaan, the Zulu King. It was the custom to have prayers and sing a hymn at each halting place. On December 7, 1838, at one of the usual halts, the men took an oath that if God gave them victory they would build a church in His name, and they and their posterity would set apart a day of festival each year to comme-' morate this as a day of thanksgiving. They gained the victory at Blood River on the 16th December, when the power of the Zulus was broken. This clay, known as "Dingaan's Day," is still maintained in commemoration of the event. At a place called Pieter maritzburg they set up a government and laid out a town. The name given to the town was in memory of their leaders, Retief and Maritzl At first the site had only been a laager for defence purposes, but in time it be came the headquarters from ...

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Swimming Carnival NEW YEAR'S DAY ATTRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

Swimming Carnival NEW yEAR'S DAY ATTRACTION. O,..a..isCd by Mr. J. A. Gunn, and Oc"auspices of the Hcalesville Ilpads'n " :siceI a successful swim inads' Assocani in the George S. Mat thews' mcarni al baths, Queen's Park, Sthe mlainr local attaction on New ars the .an Showers of rain fell dur SYear's Day. hbut the attendance in t .atisfctorl It is hoped to make wl's cartfis',l an anriual event. 'ith :?och swimmers as R. Bates, . Bates, V. Batt, J. Gunn, J. Pollard, 1 Thomas, A. Dyson, P. Petel's, T. Bigeloe . O'Connell, C. Love, E. BloD. Patterson and E. Patterson Bloo, talent was available for a specinl teams' race between sides of eight each. This will be an annual conlpctitiol, for which a shield has been donated. The onratise' was pleased to have the coeoperation of Mr. I. W. Gardi e',c who is well rknown for his interest in youths, and who offered his ser vices as announcer and call steward. IMessrs. MIurn and Gardiner attend ed the baths in the morning to receive ,ntries and h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

VITAL WAR JOB MUST BE DONE I You Can Help ! THIS year, Australia has to supply more than 56 million cans-of fruit to feed the Services! 56 million! - We can do it . . . but we need your help from January to April, at canneries in the lovely Goulburn Valley. So please don't fail us Don't let our fighters down! Volunteer today to can friuit for the forces. It's vitally inportant. Ccutact your local National Service Officer who will' gladly inake all arran?ements for you~. Ber of all, make up a party of yewr friends to trave' and work together. Co. Gen:lal pa"- and conditions. E: periencc not neces.?av. GO1C)D CONDNTIGNS itEE R?L. TRANrSPORT. HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION at mini mum rates, Matrons in chargc. REGULAR TOBACCO SUPPLIES ARRANGEID. FOR LEISURE. Moj :n townships offer golf, tennis, theatres, dancing, ec.- shopping facilities. Conac. WH S& IAEALAW~bE$r 60iw" Ilestle & Newton JUST ARRIVED-FINE ASSORTMENT OF lverp Paia t NOTE--WE DELIVER TO YOUR DOOR-FREE I 'East End Ti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

BUSINXJSb3 NOTICES ..,.-----· ose Desirous of Purchasing or enting Properties in Healesville and urrounding Districts should consult W. J. DAWBORN Real Estate and Business' :Agent Property Salesman All Kinds of Insurance Effected legistrar for Births and Deaths NICHOLSON ST., HIEALESVILLE 'Phone 42 S----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 thinsg Fashionable in Men's Footwear is hev-e at Prices that will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. 80LICITOIS Mullett &. Langford SOLICITORS OLICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic,, S.A., and Tas. 895 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR IEA:LESVILLE OFFICE Pierce and Bradshaw's Bulldings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: ealesville 39 ... - MJ 4A80 ODenling Slortllg Palais Pictures PALAIS HALL SHOWING NIGHTLY .FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT WATCH FOR OUR Big Opening Screen...

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