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School Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

School Notes. On Wednesday, December 20, Healesville and.Badger Creek children were guests of the Healesville Mothers' Club, assisted by the R.S.S. A.I.L.A, and the Dais' Association. The children assembled in the park at 2.30, and, were treated to afternoon tea and soft drinks. They sat down in rows in the shade and were waited upon. by members, of the Mothers' Club. Afterwards each child was pre sented with a bag of sweets and an ice cream. Short addresses were giv en by Major Swift and Mr. Gilbert, a returned soldier fr'om this war. Merit certificates gained in the re cent examination were presented by the Rev, James Rust, chairman of the Healesville School Committee. The following successes were gained by'Healesvllle children attending the Lilydale H.E.S. Proficiency Certifi cate: James Bates and Shirley Bar tholomew. Merit Certificate: Ray hmond Reed and Lance Murdoch. Dux of Fornm I: Jennifer Newton. Mr.. James Crowley, formerly at tached to the Healesville staff, is to entei'...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. December 20 and 21. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

Market Report MFELLOUITE PIG f.lARKIET. Dece!nh?r 20 and 21. Last market for .191. operated by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. was good. The report is as follows: Stores.-A keen enquiry for all de scriptions; suckers 21/- to 30/-, big slips to- 50/-, stores 53/- to 83/-, odd pigs, long, to 92/6. Porkers.-A better enquiry, 55/- to 98/-. Backfatters.-Selling well, not quite equal to previous week. We sold drafts J. Pollard at 111/9/- and £10 9/-, A. Harvey at £11/11/-, F. Potter £10/16/- and £10/11/-, etc. Baconers--Brisk throughout. We sold some beauties, including five A. Razor at £8/4/-, five same owner at £7/8/-, four John Campbell at £7/7/6, eleven A. Razos at £7/4/-; six A. Razes at £7/5/6, sixteen A. Razes .at 16/19/6 and eight at £6/12/6, his :51 averaging £7/3/3-wonderful; six' C. 'Edney at 16/18/6, five B. Withall at 16/16/6, three H. Clancy at £6/16/6, two T. Haw at £6/16/6, five R. Lock hart at £6/14/6, three Henry and 'Pet-, rin at £6/9/6, three M. McIKnzie at; £6/5/6, twen...

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

aaallP smlli a®®mýte®as ýatiliPmii - . ...........:- ....: ..r.' ...'.' -?r r '-'" " B A R T O L D ' S ::: -:T:.' u ii........................... MILK OF MAGNESIA That is what Mother gives Me and wise mother too, beaoue 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. jay a larg b itl. fr .es BARJOLD'S PHARMACY E Opp. Post Offic, HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). Managaress, MISS E. M. McDONALD ...............i............i................................ . Healesville Baker J. FAIR BA I K NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 136 Choice, Well-Baked Loaves DAILY DELIVERIES ........... ............................... .... ..... . .........h _ sZ ..-... ..3. ........................ .... < The World's News Seen Through r THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An Iniernational Daily Newspaper is Truthful-Constructive--Unbiased--Free fro...

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

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK' F SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALESVILLE E VERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT H1 at the BL AROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, JANUARY 13th SATURDAY, JANUARY 27th SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10th SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24th SATURDAY, MARCH 10th 3ATURDAY, MARCH 24th City Address: .ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phone Cent. 2507 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD OCAULFHLD SVISITS 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 HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 ! U Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WILY WORRY? Write E. I. Poulthn SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box ,Wi?te for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great I Interest. All Correspondence treated Strictl...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

DEATH NOTICE On Active Service ELY.-Pilot-Officer George, previous- ly reported missing, now presumed dead. Dear friend of Betty. -Inserted by Betty Pollard.

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Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1945 Honor Conferred. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN, "Non sibl,, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1945 Honor Conferred. Among the recipients of New Year honors conferred by the King was Mr. Thomas Pockett, of Healesville, who received an O.B.E. Mr. Pockett, who has earned world-wide fame for grow ing chrysanthemums, was the founder of the Malvern and District Horticul tural Society in 1919, and acted as vice-president since its inception. He was curator for the Malvern City Council for 40 years, planting that city's parks and gardens in 1t888. There is a Pockett chrysanthemum, in England named after Royalty which is of interest to Australians. It began life at Healesville and went to Lon don, where it bloomed to 121. inches by 10, and curled like fancy butter fats, Later, at the request of the Duke of Kent, the flower was named after him. Sanctuary Committee. At thr, triennial meeting the follow ing wer...

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ORGANISER'S THANKS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

ORGANISER'S THANKS. To the Editor. Sir,-After many years' lapse of competitive swimming the Dads' As sociation of Healesville held a success ful meeting on New Years' Day, and despite unfavorable weather a won dlerful afternoon's sport was appreci ated by all. In his usual breezy man nor the president (Mr. L. J. Adam) stressed the importance of swimming as an amateur sport and as a means of saving life. He then handed over the management of events to V.A.S.A. officials, who journeyed from Mel bourne for the clay, bringing with them the State diving troupe. The lo cal postmaster (Mr. Murn) acted as an able secretary, and Mr. I. Gardiner was on the job all day, helping every thing along. The exhibition of diving by the V.A.S.A. troupe was greatly ap preciated, their display of comic div ing being applauded by all. Each dive, with its own peculiarities, was ex plained in detail to the public by Mr. L. Warner, their manager, who repre sented Australia at the Olympic Games. The junior ch...

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Healesville Sports A RECORD SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

Hea1esy'ile Sports 'A' RECORD SUCCESS. The hospital sports committee con ducted their Boxing Day sports under ideal conditions on Queen's Park ov41, to raise for the building fund of the Healesville Bush Nursing Hospital. The morning was rather warm, but during the afternoon a gentle breeze made the day most enjoyable. The at tendance of 2000 created a 'new record, being £20 in excess of the previous best of last Easter, though there were two counter attractions in the dis trict, with race meetings at Yarra Glen and Wesburn. Never before have so many care been parked around the arena, filled with spectators taking a keen interest in the dvents, which were strictly to time-table. IvMain attraction was without doubt the 19 4 Underhand Championship of Victoria, in which eight of the best ac.emen now competing took part. The comlpetitors were. individually intro duccd to the spectators immediately before the event, and each received a great ovation. The championship was closely conteste...

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From Waste to Riches To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 January 1945

From Waste to Riches To the Editor. Sir,-A few weeks ago a correspon dent (I think it was Mr. Eadie) made enquiry through your columns as to whether any action had been taken by the council or any other body to as certain if the State Government would give its assistance in creating an in ,dustry in Healesville. The question has remained unanswered and is ap parently considered of minor import ance. .There are others beside Mr. Eadie who think an effort should have been made to obtain the blessing of the Government on such an undertak ing. .,The wealth of valuable timbers and the hundreds o(~- .- 'oducts ob tainable:are surely ... 1 the serious consideia'tion of those who more or less, control the destinies of'the dis trict.. '.There is only a limited amount. of work in this place for local artisans and others in normal times. When our children 'grow up they have to leave' the 'place of their. birth and seek a livelihood in other towns. It may not yet be too late to do something. Th...

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Inquest at Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 January 1945

Inquesta ,I Iealesvtlte. In the 1Iealesvilll cou ioue i- ; Wednesday, ivlMr. Tingttc, citdy ct,-"n:o, inquired into circunlstaucos sli: i"u;dtl ing the death at the Dinrli s:, 'laills on December 19 of Leonard George Haas, 3 years, son of Vernon Haas, mill employee. A finding was record ed that the child was accidentally killed by timber which he pulled from a trolley.

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Undesirable Toys To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 January 1945

Undesirable Toys To the Editor. Sir,-While walking down Fernshaw road on Saturday four 'children rushed out and bailed me up with toy pistols, tommy guns, a double-barrelled gun ,and dagger, with a demand, "Give.us your money!" This, of course, was just in fun, but 'isn't there enough murderhig, shooting, robbing, etc., go ing on to-day without teaching these mere children theyway to do it, espec ially on a public highway? Why aren't such toys 'withdrawn from sale. 'I, for one, don't want Australia to be come a second Chicago.-Yours, etc., "VISITOR." Healesville, 6/1/45.

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What Will People Think? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 January 1945

What Will Peop1e Think? To the Editor. Sir,-What a pity it is,our authori ties did not see the collision at the rockery last week. It might have brought before them the danger that has been created. When a one-way traffic notice is put up it will make it worse than the thing itself; and, as I said in the first place, What of the pedestrians? Where is the .place for them but on the roadway? I really wonder what visitors to Healesville will think when they see it. A one way traffic in the country, where there are no buildings and plenty of space, speaks for itself. They will cer tainly think they have struck a place which a medical practitioner once said was ohly suitable for a "home." This is a fact; it was told me by an old resident. Perhaps there is some thing in his statement that accounts for the things we see around us, and maybe accounts, too, for me writing the following limericks and, verse: There once was a person named Puf fger, Who invented a new kind of buffer; Result, tr...

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Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, JANUARY 11. APPLICATION DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 January 1945

ealesville Police Court THURSDAY, JANUARY 11. APPLICATION DISMISSED. Clifford Ralph Mapley and Leslie James Diver applied to have Alan Murdoch, Healesville, bound over to keep the peace as far as they were concerned. Mr. Mullett 'appeared for Murdoch, who was absent. Diver told the court that on the day f a previous court case Murdoch, had threatened them, saying, "I will get you!" Therefore, said Diver, they wanted him bound over to keep the peace. Cross-examined by Mr. Mullett, Di ver admitted a court case wherein he and the Mapleys were charged, with assaulting Murdoch, who had been in ured. They had been committed for trial in Melbourne, and so far no de cision had been reached in the case. "I'm a timber worker and weigh 12 stone; I'm not afraid of Murdoch," Diver answered the solicitor. Mapley said that on the morning of the previous court case Murdoch threatened him and said he'd "get him." He wanted no further trouble with Murdoch. Cross-examined by Mr. Mullett, Map ley admit...

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Soil Conservation HEALESVILLE IN COMPETITION AREA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 January 1945

Soil Conservation HEALESVILLE IN COMPETITION AREA, The Soil Conservation Board wishes to remind landholders throughout the Goulburn Valley that entries for the "Hanslow Cup" competition close on SFebruary 1. This competition is for the farm showing the best use of soil conservation practices by private far mers and graziers. Judging will be during the months of March and April. The winner will hold for one year the handsome silver cup presented by Mr. H. Hanslow, commissioner of the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, for perpetual competition, and will re ceive a trophy to be presented by the Soil Conservation Board. The compe tition is being conducted for the pur pose of arousing interest in and spreading knowledge of methods of soil conservation. It can be success ful in its objects only if those land holders who feel that they are work ing their properties in such manner that erosion is being prevented or checked, will submit entries. Methods used successfully by competito...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 January 1945

On the Urgent Bur: ness of War . AsT year our n1ill piroduction allowed only s0 ndlJiou tnallons to be used for clheesc-imuflicient to meet conmmnitnents whic~t we have uiderlokel . For tIhe sialpI,.q f thiso I key food to otir oown l(oplec to Britain and thewar ilmwire' of Ihel world. Dairy Farmei's, have ijhcerlare l,?nI asked to nmake this na 'y?e'r of record milli proldEction.. No onriO cr doubt t tllov'w'i rally to ihe 'call IN T[iE SUPPLY OF OTHER OI, DS, too, Australia hls to mai : obltahltions wa:'Joa clewrica no t hflr itlanost c.fforis J . ,ees? 1'ute pt, ducers, brut ilhe co-o -r aiiao of ova!:y citil:n. Ye'ou a lla , c" atcrep itng ' .ar- ; tla clifficu!tiles chclrfully:i by growu Ing your own? vegetablcos ma hcoping a few fowls; and by conserving food in every rpssible way. liued by C'wealth Food Control. F.5.32 -IP ..N.N... ... N.Ns . am..N... . u e sem e n/ , , een/N N./N , m e Kestle & Newton JUST -ARRIVED-FINE ASSORTMENT OF E;namel8s and Siulver Paiint NOTE-...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 January 1945

Croydon £Iariket Big yarding, .good competition, with prices for dairy cattle showing a rise of £3 per head. Milking, cows £23/10/-, heifers £18 10/-, stale £11; springing cows £17, heifors £14/5/-; backward cows £11 10/-; yearling heifers 72/6 to 92/6; store cows £6 to £7/5/-, heifers £6/10/; fat bullocks £20/2/6, cows £15, heifers "£13/7/6; beefy cows £11/10/-; chop pers £7 to 10/2/6; crackers to £5/10/-; balls "£8/12/6, dairy bulls £3/10/-. Calves.-Large vealers £7/15/-. to. £10 17/6, small £6/5/- to £7; calves £3/10/ to "£5/1/6, small 39/6 to 59/6, .light weights to 29/6. Pigs.--I-eavy porlkers 89/6 'to 97/6, medium 73/6 to 86/6, light 60/6 to 66/6; bacon stores' 60/6; pork,stores 54/6; light baconers 121/6; baclkfatters 1.109/6; boars:44/6; choppingesows 83/6,. slips 40/-. Sheep.-Prime wethers 30/3 to 32/6, good 24/6 to 25/9, light 91/6 to 22/-; prime ewes 21/3 to 24/6, good 16/- to 17/9, light 10/- to 12/9; prime lambs 30/- to 35/3," good 24/3 to 27/9;~:light 19/10 to 22/6; st...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. January 3 and 4. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 January 1945

Far ket Report T+TELXDOURNE PIG MAIRKET. January 3 and 4. Mess.r:;. T. Shaw Logan and Co. started off the now year on the right foot. when they began selling for 1945 at last week's session of the Mel bourne pig market. All lines of pigs were in good demand, and even calves showed better returns. Their report is as under: Stores.-A keen demand for Ail le scriptions. Suckers 26/6, light stores 52/6, others 67/6 to ;,'6. Porkers.-Selling freely, 69/6 to 94/6. Backfatters.-Selling well. We sold draft two A. Razes at £13/4/-, £12 16/-, £12/6/- and £11/9/-; others .£3 9/- to £11/1/-. Baconers.- Very firm throughout. We sold the following TOPS:--Four C. Phayer at £9/11/-, six A. Razoe at £8 2/1, Clyne andc Mawhinney at £7115/6, G. Henry at £7/15/6, six Andrew Razes £7/15/6, five John Campbell at £7/8/6, eight A. Razos £7/7/6, twenty Anderson Eros. at £7/2/6, five 1I. L. Webb. at £6/19/6, seven Geo. Cribhes at £6/16/6, seven H. Anderson at £6 14/6. and many more. Calve.---Much better for b...

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Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1945 HOW FILIPINOS HATE JAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 January 1945

Healesville & Yarra Gtlen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any, address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1945 HOW FILIPINOS HATE JAPS. "Unless seen at close quarters," says a war correspondent at Leyte, "the Filipinos' intense loyalty to the Ameri can cause is hard to believe. Those of us who have had an inside view of the situation are confident that if the Phillipines invasion had been delayed for twenty years the Filipinos would have continued active as well as pas sive resistance." Evidence of the queer mentality of the Japs is that they have spent colossal amounts on flooding occupied countries with propaganda attempting to show the benefits oft co operation with the Japanese. But, tak ing the Phillipines as an example, they have done practically nothing to ful fil these promises. Compared with the Japanese propaganda bill, the amount spent by the Americans on propagan da in the Phillipines is negligible...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 January 1945

RI E . ... ........i .. .................. .. · ·MILK OF M&GNE3iA 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 stoa:lchs free from dangere:: - acids, and so aids digestion and elicit inates biliousness, etc. Bay a large bottle from ARME S Pw111 Opp5. lost Ofice, HEALESVILLE ' hone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). 1Managaress, MISS E. AM. McDONALD . .......... .... .........N.............. .......... ........................ 5 ..e HealavIi e aker i[ NICHIOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesvilie 185 Choice, Welil-Baed Loaves . . . . . DAILY DELIVERIES"_ The 'World's 'News Seen Through 1 THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An l;::cnr'llional Daily Ncu'sp.aper is Truthftul-Constructive--Unbiased-Free from Sensational ism-Editorial Are Timely and Instructive and Its" Daily Features, Together with the Weekly Magazine Section. Make the Monitor an Ideal Newspaper for the Home. ----- - - - - -...

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Fern Tree Gully Easter Carnival and Gymkhana. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 January 1945

Fern Tree Gully Easter Carnival and Gymkhana. From every point of view the seo ond annual Easter patriotic carnival, light horse show and dog gymkhana, to be held at the new "Brenock Park," Fern Tree Gully, on Eastei' Monday, will be improved on last year. Many innovations will be presented, includ ing grand championship Highland and National dancing competitions (under the aegis of the Highland and National Dancing Association), tug-of war. championship wood chopping contests (conducted by T. Williams and Sons, Gembrook), and sheaf toss ing. The dog section-will be given greater prominence, and on the new ground two full size show rings and assembly yards will be prepared sepa rately for pedigree and novelty class es. Mrs. J. Gatehouse, of Ferny Creek, will take charge of these, and is fully confident that record entries will be received. She proposes to introduce many new and popular features. The chief of these will be a grand parade 'of Kennel Control Council champions. Pedigree...

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