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Healesville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Healesvile Notes V------V By Raymond S. Grove. Thank you, readers, for your 19143 greetings, and I trust that we shall soon be back to peaceful times. Noticed on leave here last week-end were A.C.1 Keith Miller and L.A.C. Ron Crook, the latter accompanied by his sister Rita. Pte. Bruce Collins was here also, as well as Mr. Everard, M.L.A., acting U.A.P. leader. History is being made in Australia indeed, and we are now faced with three election campaigns. The first is for the State House, due in March; then come the Legislative Council elec tions, postponed last year and now to be held in August; and, finally, the Federal campaign, due in September (but one will not be surprised if it comes off in July). At the Trades IHal! meeting last Sunday elections Vcr'e lucn dt:aic-??(:d. " ! .' : candidate for Deakin (Mir. Frank Wil lia.:mson, of Tool.:.:i, , ,..ded the .,:,sis of Austerity when tic acti::y sec .:tary (Air. J. G:li, ICithani was in .tructed to iviVe ,, . :: i (Mir. Hutchinson)...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Brevities , By "Arline." Mr. F. Cook, surgeon-dentist, will resume practice at Healesville on Thursday, January 1, at Bartcld's pharmacy, opposite the post office. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hender will be leaving Healesville shortly for Gee long. Senior-constable Newton and fam ily are enjoying a three weeks' fruit picking vacation at the home of rela tives at Shepparton. Pilot-Officer Donald Falconer, Bad ger Creek, spent a brief interval of leave at home this week. Last Monday a visitor from Geelong had the misfortune to lose a wallet containing about £10. During the day a guest at "Woodstock" found the pro perty,' and soon it was returned intact to the owner. -

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Nicholson Street Fracas A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY SOLDIER HONORABLY EXONERATED OF ASSAULT CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Nicholson Street Fracas A CASE OF MISTAKEN IDENTITY!: SSOLDIER HONORABLY EXONERATED OF ASSALT CHARGE. "I never used such language and the police have never had trouble with me before; I was mistaken for my bro ther," was the tenor of the plea of not guilty entered by Byron Allan Mapley, soldier, when facing the Healesville Bench of Messrs. Brad shaw and MacNamara, J.'sP., on Thursday of last week, charged wlth unlawfully assaulting Senior cnzltable Newton in the execution of his duty. Inspector M. J. Kennedy prosecuteoi for the police, and the deaer:c was conducted by Mr. Lyndhurst .l. Mul lett, of Messrs. Mullett and Langford. Seriior-constable G. A. Newton, in charge of Healesville police, said that at ;.10 p.m. on December 19 he was in Nicholson street, in front of the Healesville Hotel. The bar had been cleared and he was standing ca the steps; a crowd of 40 to 50 was gath ered around. He saw defendant in soldiers' uniform stanrdihng rbout-six feet away, using .bad language; he ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

BUSINSr NOTICES . ----------* Desirous of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and nding Districts should consult j. DAWVBORN eal Estate and Business Agent Propertyl lSa!esman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 - (= et' A eo, tole You will be wise to see the new Footwear shown hene. The season's authentic styles all occa'wfS are included in our fine stock. Many unique designs in 'hoes with definite style appeal are here at very reasonable prices. MacDonald's SHOE STORE "' Nlcholaon St., HEALESVILLE. 80LI?ITORS Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS OLICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 8-5 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 TlleMville 3Telephones: -l39 - -MIU 4360 : ELECTRICITY i 'in Factories and Workshops Combine Economy k with Efficiency The co-operation of everyone in every fa...

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Coming Attractions: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Coming .Attractions: Jan. 23.-Charles Laughto in n "Th Tuttles of Tahiti" (G); George San-4 ders in "A Date With the .Falco"n'5 (X); "Rodeo Dough" and "Miniatures."' Jan. 25.-Walter Pidgeon in "How Green Was My Valley" (X); "Strangeri Than Fiction"; "March of Time-Indix at War"; "Mrs. Lady Bug' (cartoon); "Fancy Answers" (Pete Smith). Jan. 27.-Michele Morgan in "Joadn of Paris" (X); John Kinsborough inl "The Lone Star Ranger" (G); "Going Places" and "Haiti, Land of Dark Mys, tery." -Films marked X not suitable for, general exhibititn; G for general exhi. bitidon. - Box Plan open at "GTaridian' Office. 'Phone' 91' . Healesville Talkic.--The 'Talk of tIi{ Town!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

J. rFAIF AN NIICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE 'DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? SEVERYTHING FRESH 'DAILY S...............................~.. *.... ........ . ...................................*-**-*****-- - -****-**-.****-** **m..m..m . ....... ... Public Notice TL ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE' BEST QUALITY I[EAT AT THE .LOWEST =: PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES ... ................ .................. ............. .........................--" NEW HEALESVILLE .arryri nig Service JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - - HEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE 1ll Kinds of Goods Delivered Promptly and Carefully to Any Part of the District ALL TRAINS MET LOWEST RATES CHARGED A Trial Respectfully Solicited ... .................. .......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

NUMBER 3A Nature's Perfect Food is MILK Providing more nutrition than anj other single food, Milk contains the vital vitamins and minerals needed to protect against illness, ensure good digestion, build healthy tis sues, strong bones and teeth. It aids nor mal growth,' develops en ergy, and protects against ill health. Children up to 16 years should have 1l pints of milk daily-either to drink, or in soups, sauces, cus tards or puddings. In country areas where fresh cow's milk is not plentiful, full cream powdered milk is an excellent substitute-providing the same benefits almost completely. frasd by the a DeoaflsW Ca?Uoaith Halth ..I LET THERE BE NO VAEI? REGRETS Whenever you are requiring goods for intimate personal use it will pay you to visit this estab lishment-and this is even more essential when SZ MEN'S TOILET & SHAVING NEEDS are being filled. Here you will find the Purest Qualities comparable with reasonable price-and it will pay you not to sacrifice quality and comf...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. January 6th and 7th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARK?ET. lJanuary 0th and 7th. There was a better augury' at the Melbourne pig market oil January 6 and 7, as reflected in the report ten dered by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co.: Stores.-Back to reason; Slips and stickers 12/- to .22/-, stores 25/- to 38/-. Porkers.-Competition steady at the values of last sale of last year. Light 33/- to 37/-, melium 38/- to 45/-, heavy d6/- to 55/-, extra 56/- to 77/6. Backfatters.--Selling well at better values. We sold drafts N. Razos £12 11/- and £12/6/-, C. MacArthur at £12 1/-, Fairchild and Clutterbuck" at £11 6/-, I. Wood £10/14/- and £10/6/-, K. Nott at £9/6/-,.and many more. Baconers.-Impioved value for all descriptions. We secured £6/7/6 for John Campbell's, £6/7/6 for Ri Beck's six; six for M. Emmerson sold at £6 4/6; seven F. Mayo at £6/4/-, three F. Humphrey at £6/3/6, two A. Col lins at £5/17/6, fifty, Andrew Razos to £5/11/-, six R. Anderson at £5/9/-, six A. Ellis at £5/10/6, seven A. Mor ris at £5/5/6, s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE Mrs. Wortley and Family wish to thank all kind friends and relations for telegrams, cards, personal expres- sions of sympathy, and flor.l tributes in their recent bereavement. Will all please accept this as a personal ac-   knowledgment of gratitude? 'Bethany," Healesville. DEATH NOTICES DENNEHY.-On Tuesday, 12th Jan- uary, at his residence, Fernshaw road, Healesville, John, dearly belov ed husband of Laura, loving father of of Bob, Arthur, Bert (A.I.F.), Ar- von (killed in action, Second A.I.F.), Meg (Mrs. Ashton), Peggy and Reg, loved uncle of Frank (A.I.F.), late Boer War veteran; aged 68 years. Sadly missed. ASHTON.-On Sunday, 10th January, at his residence, Anderson street, Lilydale, John, aged 60 years; loving father of James, father-in-law of Meg, and loving grandfather of Ju- dith. Peacefully Sleeping. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges,- Editor....

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Children Entertain COLORFUL CONVERSAZIONE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Children Entertain COLORFUL CONVERSAZIONE. Results of fancy dress competitions for juveniles under 14 years, at "The Ferns" guest house on Tues lay night were: Best Sustained Character.--Barry Davidson (Sheik). Most Original Cos tume.-Beverly Dorr (gipsy). Pretti est Costume.-Gloria Burridge (Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary). Best Item-- Margaret Furness (Waltzing Matilda). Other pretty and original ccstumes were:-Beverly Dorr (jumping frog), Valerie Lever (Hawaiian belle), Beryl Owens and Margery Cant (honeymoon couple), Margaret Furness (swagman), Margaret McLean (country girl), Katherine McLean (Little Bo Peep). Enjoyable items contributed includ ed a recitation "The Lazy Dog," by Gloria Burridge; Gipsy dance, Bever ley Dodd; physical culture display, Beverley Dorr and Margaret Ellis; song "The Waggle o' the Kilt," Barry Davidson; recitation, "The King's Breakfast," Margaret McLean and Gloria Burridge; duet, "I've Got Six pence," Beryl Owens and Margery Cant; song, "At the Shrine of S...

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Shire Office Jig-saw [?]A NICE STATE OF AFFAIRS," SAYS COUNCILLOR. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Oe ffice Jig-saw , pT FFAIRS," A1Cy COIJCILLOR . j i the tor. Sfo. ain'f buy:n? in ". nust teii your readers ",. aJbt I "ti ne"w, the filat biag eilýl uncil eeting on Decem Cer Coiacil- Bested a ce th Dvbor s 'u'v month e iict he Onu the a;th inst. , Se little mn's hook, line ,s toole a set out in the following iat th Jaruary, 1t43. The eal5 " i 're of Dealesville - D ear .ide eit ars possible that no ,a t alified applicant will be act or' either lull-time or part able for eebY offer my services a du ityo of epIart-time secretary. e cranjie to attend Healesville ,d aran. Saturday to 7.30 on the alonday, once per month, owin coinciide with the council .ferabl y worling long hours I ing th equivalent of four days' id ifice work, and could remain per post for the remainder onthatb Remuneration required ?Be ,/15- Per month, which re be o' ,;,elling and other e::pen cr I have a knowledge o the k and requirements, th'n ar t should proVe satisfy .tory eno full-timne officer he aptaoint our...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

Croydon Market ----V------ Prices were firm for the good yard ing at the Croydon market last MIon day. Milking cows brought £14/10/-, hei fers £13, stale £7/10/-; springing cows £12/15/-, heifers £12; backward cows £8/17/6; yearling heifers £5/7/6; store bullocks £10; store cows £6; fat bul locks £14/5/-; fat cows £12/12/6, heif ers £12/2/6; beefy cows £11: chop pers £f6/10/- to £S/10/-; crackers up to £5/7/6; dairy bplls, small, £6. Calves.--Heavy yarding, prices still holding., Large vealers £10/5/-, small £4/15/- to £6/12/6; calves 65/- to 87/6, small 35/- to 52/6, light weights 27/6. Pigs.-High prices m intaincd for prime stock. Heavy porkers 77/6 to 97/6, medium 70/- to S5/-, light up to 66/6: backfatters £9/1/-; chopping sows S!/-: porker stores 30/- 'o 6.0/-: slips 30/- to 35/-: suckers to ;,/-. Sheep.-Light yarding. High prices maintained. Spring lambs 28/3, plain 22/-; six-tooth ewes 18/-, full mouth 14/9; full mouth vethers -:)/-: store lambs 16/3, rams 20/ Poultry.-Good y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 January 1943

DENTISTi; MR. H. S'P)CK SURGEO N-DEINT ST VISITS IIEALE. ,'!..LE EVERY SATURDA.i.Y ra)iTNIGIIT at the MAROONDAHI TEA. 0OMS Dates are as follow: SATUIRDIAY, ,AX :AtY :2:;ird SATURDAY, F":i1BrItUAiV tth SATURDAY, FE'I:!;IUAIr " 20th SATUIRD)AY, 3IAIICII Gth SATURDAY, MAIRCII 20th City :2d('.",s: ALSTON BUILDINGS 12 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 --- Iealesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA lOAD CAULFIELD - VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 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 IIE?AsESyILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER (ILIVE A-'NUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 'A]l Cds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WIHY WVORRY? Write E. Mi. Poultun SPECIAL I?ONJIJ~AN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE V./EAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great ...

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Charles Barrett's New Book [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Charles Barrett's New i Book - v------ "FROM A BUSH HUT." Charles Barrett, copular ^utho:' naturalist, well know.i at Hea-?esville because of his invaluable aid in the early days of establishing the sanctu ary, bids fair to becoming Austretlia's most prolific writer, lnd his new Cas sell publication, "Frcom a Bush Hut," adds further lustre to his alr- 'ly en viable literary reputati n. Charles Barrett is : great Austral ian, and every reader of "From a Bush Hut" cannot foil to become more cognisant of "wild nature's ways" and of the beauty and undisturbed seren ity of the bush in these present stress ful days. The book, however, is not a dull scientific treatise, but is a companion able volume couched in homely, tale telling vein, and contains much sen sible philosophy. It is artistically il lustrated, too, with matchless pencil drawings that are beautifully repro duced, and It intrinsically earns a place beside the writings of Thoreau and Walt Whitman. It contains these fine lines:...

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Right of Returned Men SHOULD BE PREFERRED WHEN FILLING POSITIONS. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Right of Returned Men ---- V------- SHOULD BE PREFERRED WHEN FILLING POSITIONS.. To the Editor. Sir,-May I suggest that when em ployers are filling positions they should give preference to returned soldiers, sailors or airmen. It seems that "preference to returned men" is not always stipulated where it should he. I think attention should be drawn to this oversight:-Yours, etc., "REMEMBER THE SOLDIER." Healesville, 19/1/43.

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Fruit Truck Destroyed by Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Fruit Truck Destroyed by Fire. Mr. P. Gaudion, of Wandin, suffered a heavy loss recently, when his motor truck was destroyed by fire. Mr. Gau dion had just returned after delivering a consignment of fruit to the Victoria. market, and thq heat developed by the gas producer attached to the vehicle ignited some empty cases. The flames had practically enveloped the rear part of the truck before Mr. Gaudion real ised what had happened. Hs was as cending Picnic Hill at the time, and, not having access to water, could not do anything to check the flames. A nearby resident did all that was pos sible with a fire extinguisher, but the vehicle was a complete wreck before the fire was got under control. A patch of undergrowth alongside the road caught alight, but was effective ly dealt with before it could spread.

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Till We Meet Again VALEDICTORY SOCIAL AT "THE FERNS." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Till We Meet Again -V VALEDICTORY SOCIAL AT "THE FERNS." A farewell to Miss Elspeth Benson, the second member of the staff to join the A.W.A.S.,, made a bright interlude in proceedings at "The Ferns" guest house on Tuesday evening. Miss Benson was the recipient of a fountain pen and eversharp pencil, presented on behalf of her fellow workers. In manking a prcsentation on behalf of the guests, Mr. C. M. Neylon re marked on the co-incidence that it was a year that day since the first A.WV.A.S. training course opened at Merton Hall. Many of the first train ecs had since become officers and N.C.O.'s, doing valuable work in re leasing men for active service. Dur ing some months at "The Ferns" Missr Benson had won appreciation from guests by the cheerful way in which she had performed her duties and the engaging manner in which she had helped with songs and dances at their periodical concerts. A capable rider, and game to drive anything from a truck to a tractor, she should go far in the ...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

I Croydon Market Ifonday's was a fair yarding of good quality, which sold well. Milking cows brought £14/17/C, heifers £14, stale £7/5/-; springing cows £12/10/-, heifers £11/15/-; back wards cows £8/15/-: yearling heifers £5/5/-; store bullocks £10/10/-, store cows £6/2/6; fat bullocks £14, fat covws £12/7/6, heifers £11117/6; beefy cows £11; choppers £6/5/-to £8/12/6; crackers to £5/5/-; dairy bulls, small, £6. P!gs.-Heavy yarding, shade easier in price. Heavy porkers 75/- to 92/6, medium 65/- to 80/-, light to 62/6: backfatters £8/15/-:; chopping sows 80/-; porker stores 27/6 to 47/6; slips 27/6 to 32/6; suckers to 32/0. Sheep.-Fair penning and good clearance. Spring lambs 26/6, plain i 22/9; six-tooth ewes 17/9, full mouth 14/6; full mouth wethers 18/11; store lambs 16/6, rams 20/3: Poultry.-Fair yarding, shade eas ier. Cockerels 16/6, draklings 15/0, colored hens 12/-, cock chickens 11/3, stags 8/10. chickens 8/0, chicks 3/3, pullets 12/9, drakes 11/3, ducks 10/9, ducklings 13/...

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Hero of Burma and China PRIVATE ALBERT POTTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Hero of Burma and China ^,,TE AL POTTS. S 11o.ti,, is to Healcsville 'os tit was private Albert .Chri?lsthiad juot returned from F:II9 with tile A.T. . S ,ith of training after Fiollan" P pots wvas sent to Ma .,lUnent.e t;ie. was chosen as 3d and 11hle"t to Durma. Here i?"a "Iut- as a tianlsport driver .ason duty ?o.i. hut when the 'te .antt westtvard into Burma .ehe comrades :about 5oi in all, Sand hi to ha They spent seve thsp there, a:'d aught the Chin erila s"uty one night Pte. hilst 0 oum'nd in the knee by Pfie, but afte several weeks in bit1 ie reeovc'ed and resumed 1ty.' 11 hand of Australians Thi stn in China, and their isola de hi cause of considerable agi in this country. Eventually : ie ithdravtl n and taken by air ndar, thence returned to Australia l". The contingent arrived just o Christna nd were given 21 ton of is 1;v:ve0 was spel-t by Potts with his father (Mr. Jimes s and 'Mrs. potts at their -veek Sreidence, Mount Riddell avenue, "or Creek.

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Bride in Pink Silk FIRST WEDDING IN SALVATION ARMY HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Bride in Pink Silk - V---- FIRST WEDDING IN SALVATION ARMY HALL. The first wedding to be celebrated in the Salvation Army Hall, Heales ville, which has been erected for over 20 years, was that of the grand daughter of old pioneers, Miss Lily Potts, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Potts jnr., "Lille," Smith street, Healesville. who, on December G, was m~Vrried to Mr. Ernest Cowan, only son of Mr. E.. Cowan and the late Mrs. Cowan. Brigadier Marion, command or of the Salvation Army's East Mel bourne division, conducted the cere m?ny. 'The hall was beautifully decorated with Christmas lilies and hydrangea, lovely water lilies from the garden of ,Mr. J. B. Pome,"oy, and gorgeous blooms from Mr. H. Gunner's gardlen. Mlts Potts had been employed for tho past five years by Mr, Gunner, and was the recipient of a substantial gift from Mr. and Mrs. Gunner. The bride looked lovely in a frock of dusty pink silk crepe with a flar ed skirt, and white hat and shoes to match. She carried a bou...

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