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Obituary MR. M. KEPPELL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Obituary MR. M. KEPPELL. Born in Marysville 70 years ago and known to people all over the State, Mr. Michael Keppell died at Marysville on Wednesday of last week. For years he conducted the hotel and store, which were started by his father. In his early days Mr. Keppell was an amateur horseman, after which he be- came the Marysville coachman. He was for years secretary of the now defunct Marysville Race Club. Kep- pell's Falls and Look-out were named as a tribute to this pioneering family. For some years he has lived in retire ment with his sister, who is the post mistress at Marysville. The funeral took place in the Melbourne General Cemetery on Friday,

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Water Trust MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 October 1942

Healesville Water Trust MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting of the Heales ville Water Trust was attended by Cmrs. Dawborn (chairman), Cameron, Cook, Mowle, Barton and Strachan Smith. CORRESPONDENCE. Water Trusts' Association, forward- ing copy of agenda for executive com mittee meeting, and information con- cerning pumping plant and special charges for supplying water to non rateable properties.-Received. W. H. Murray, seeking cancellation of agreement for supplying water to swimming pool, and asking if pro rata payment for water service could be arranged for this year.-On motion of Cmrs. Cameron and Cook, refund granted in proportion to year's service, and baths service to be disconnected; a letter of sympathy in Mr. Murray's loss also to be sent. Commonwealth Registry of Inscrib- ed Stock, suggesting that a resolution be passed governing the manner in which ,the trust's seal was affixed to documents.-Resolved that the seal be affixed in the presence of the chair man and two commi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

BUSINISr> SOTICE8S J. DAVBORN Ealstate and Business , Agent property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected lteistrar for Births and Deaths g purchased the whole of thc: v business of Mr. Percy John I have pleasure in announcing t will he my aim to give prompt nal attention to any agency busi ncss entrusted to me. :IOLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 for iris & Boys Little feet are hard on shoes, so it pays to buy good qual ity. These shoes will stand the scuffs and kicks of daily play. hey are ideal or school wear are made in o?ly, roomy High grade oes at low aies. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVIIJ. SOLISITORB Mullett & Langford -LICITORS, and COMMSIISIONEBS FOR AFFIDAVITS Vie., S.A. and Tas. 395 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR !IALESVILLE OFFICE Plerce and "rr ishaw's Buildings 13-tWeen the hours of 3 p.m. , G P.m. on THURSDAY Every Week Taltvile Telephones: 39, and MU 4360 Memorial Hall TALKIES To-Night, Saturday. A Rom?,-nc That is S...

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Where Are We Drifting? To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

Where Are We Drifting? To the Editor. Sir.-At the Healesville Council meeting on Monday Cr. Dawborn tabled a motion on the following lines: "That the council have a special meet ing for the purpose of investigating the possibility of re-organising the shire office with a view of economis ing, as it is apparent that the affairs of the shire are getting out of bounds."' He quoted a comparison of figures and results for 193S and 19-142. First of all, I would like to inform ratepaers 1, a. motion :. the council that the . " : i-g engi-neer s late meeting, a tended to . naming thowe appointed to :. '-t afterwards ,I ag-reed it w. for me to d.it? r,:. tion. in face f On the Mondai ous reason s, .'* , : nomination council I , 1',3S, but I hereunder:-_ _. "" ar, ture.-Day car e teusta crusher, Go.e: Sue for :otal sala tenance, Gov,.: . , el, 7: ala e £44u,. SeptrmnE , : --Day labor, crus"h,:, go;'? sidies, £331S: srla .e, iS13: £5065. August :: . -Day labor, clusher, subsidies. total saa. f...

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Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

Brevities' v By "Arline." Despite the many present d:'y calls upon the public purse, the Lord Mayor's Ho.,~ital Appeal m&t with a ready response at Healesville. The amounts collected in the various churches last Sunday were as follow: Presbyterian, £13/15/7; Methodist, £9 (incomplete); St. Brigid's Roman Catholic,,, ,8S/0/9; St. Joh'ns Church of England, £19/7/3; St. Paul's Church of England, Yarra Glen, £3 1S/0; total, £54/2/1. Some Healesville ladies are said to be feeling disappointed that the local bakery is now offering such a limited variety of cakes and other small goods wherewith to tempt the palates of cus tomers. So much so, indeed, that some ladies saw fit to call on Mr. Fairbank, in order to bring the matter to his notice. By way of explanation, Iv'. Fairbank pointed out that many r ces sary ingredients for these "smalls," while still available in small quantities to families, were severely rationed to bakers and pastrycooks, and as ration ing was under Governmen...

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Healesville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

H'ealesvilke Notes -------v-----.. By Raymond S. Grove. Healesville's contribution to the Hospital Sunday appeal far exceeded previous years. Large attendances were reported in all churches. The monthly meeting of the Heales ville A.L.P. will be held in the Memo rial Hall cloak room next Friday night, at 8. See advertisement else where. In the near future a dance to aid the Merchant Navy Patriotic Fund Christmas Appeal, will be featured' lo cally. Everything will be on the "Aus terity" line. Watch for further details. All radio stations throughout the Commonwealth will link up for the of ficial loan opening next Tuesday. Sponsors of the recent ball acknow ledge these further donations to de fray expenses:-Mr. H. Stock, £1/i/-; Mrs. J. Brenda (Castella), 5/-. For the past six weeks a little old lady has been having "austerity holi days." Her most recent vacation was at Yarra Glen. Opening the door in answer to a knock, a landlord was ask ed, "Could you put me up for the week? I have ...

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Healesville Bowling Club OFFICIAL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

Hea esviile BowIing Club V - OFFICIAL OITENING. Under auspicious conditions, the opening of the Healesville Bowling Club's new season was pleasantly per formed on Wednesday afternoon, be fore a gathering of about 140 persons. The greens presented an attractive ap pearance, for which the keeper (Mr. W. Harris) ivas complimented. Cr. Cameron (shire president) was intro duced by the club president (Mr. L. J. Adam), and apologies were received from Mr. Everard, MI.L.A., Mrs. Burn side, and Mr. O'Farrell, former secre tary, whd now indulges in the popular pastime at' Camberwell. At the outset an interval of silence was observed in respect to the mem ory of Messrs. Burnside and Sibbit, w ho passed away during the year. The first jack was thrown by Mrs. Cameron and the first bowl by Mrs. Bartholomew, the secretary's wife, af ter which the green was declared open for play. Consistent with tenets of the Au sterity campaign, no visitors were in vited from other clubs. A pairs competitioln was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

Concerning .., Your PRESCBIPTIONI ' .i . when you hand your ': ", prescription to us it ?i compounded with erac,. ing precision and only .the purest quality dBru . ,are used. S. . Moreover, we kweo.al S BRING. YOUR PRESCRIPTION TO... I. Bartold's Pharmacy - pp. P.O.. HEATEVILLE. Ph:.. 120 (Alter Hours, Phone 2). IWH?ilbllllilltulmhMIIIllllllcllllllllllllllll mllnl MISS MacDONALD, Manageress OCTOBER SPECIAILS For Men: Black Pebble Grained Military Boots Solid Leather Soles, Standard Screwed, with Toe and Heel Plates. The Ideal Working Boot! A .limited supply released by order of the Government, and priced at 22/- and 6 coupons. All sizes ' Fo r Boys; Strong School Boots Sizes 10 to 13, 12/11; 1 to 5, 14/11. 'Three coupons. For Ladies: Basket Shoes at 15/11 In Half Sizes. Eight coupons. A few pairs of Ladies' Riding Boots at h 35 -. 8 coupons For the present, manufacture of ED Offer cannot therefore be rei lines of ladies' footwear are BANN further supplies of both these peated. A. 'a...

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Healesville Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

Healesvilke Shire Counc: ___________--- I. MONTHLY MEETING. t Monday's meeting was attended by Crs. Cameron (president), Dawborn, Mowle, Johnston, Cook and I-iuxham. Apologies were received fromn Crs. Kay and Barton. BEREAVEMENT SYMPATHY. Sympathetic references were made to the lamented passing of Mr. Michael Keppel, Marysville. The president said that the late Mr. Keppel was one of the earliest pion eers of the Marysville district and one of the shire's first ratepayers. He was held in highest esteem by all. Cr. Dawborn spoke of visiting de ceased and his family many times, and of kindnesses extended through the years. It was unanimously resolved, on the motion of the president and Cr. Daw born, to forward a letter of sympathy to the bereaved. CORRESPONDENCE. State Treasury, intimating that sums of £4002/19/9 (No. 1 Loan) and £S99 5/3 (No. S Loan) were at credit of sinking fund, and that interest, £66 10/- and £15/11/4, had been added to the sinking fund and would hear inter est at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALElVILLL EVERY SATURDAY FOiRTNIGHT \AT THE I MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS Dates are as follow: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31st SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14th SSATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28th SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12th City Address: !, ALSTON BUILDINGS .82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phohes: Central 2507 --- Healesville 161 P-- -------- MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 210 BALACLAVA ROAD, S; CAULFIELD i VISITS IHEALESVILLE EVERY STHURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY TeL Healeaville 130 BUSINESS NOTICES , WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER ' GVLE AVENUE, HE-ALESVILLE 'Phone 121 Ill inds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES---IHY WVORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BON.TEAN FEM i PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5 '- Box Extr: Special, 10/- per iox Write for Free Cati?gue Men and Women will fhindit ~V. great . intertet. All Correapoirdence teat...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. October 21st and 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

Market- Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. October 21st and 22nd. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co., sub mit the following report: Stores.-Steady competition at about late rates. Suckers at 36/6, stores to 57/6.. Porkers.-Unaltered. Steady demand throughout at late rates, 47/6 to 96/6. Choppers.-Better. We had a great run, including A. T. James £11/11/ and £10/6/-, E. A. White £10/16/-, £10/6/-, £9/4/- and £8/1/-, T. For rest at £9/4/-, G. Ruddell at f8/19/-, J. Johnson at £8/19/-, and many £5 10/- to £8/10/-. Baconers.-An even enquily at slightly lower rates. We sold many pens of "tops,"' including three R. Andrews at £7/14/-, £7/6/-, four A. Razos at £6/1/-, four same owner at £5/10/-, five T. Stewart at £5/9/6, four G. Brown at £5/8/6, four R. Hambrook at £5/5/6, seven C. W. Scott at £5/4/6, six Bruce Richards at £5/1/6, six J. Davison at £5/3/6, sixty-four E. A. White to £5/0/6, two R. Coles at £4/19/6, J. Alexanderson at £4/17/6,, seven Currie Bros. at £4 14/6, eleven A. Edwards at 97/6,...

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Scotch Dancing at Healesville ENJOYABLE DISPLAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

Scotch Dapcing at I Healesville ENJOYABLE DISPLAYS. Visitors to "The Ferns" guest house during the past fortnizht included a party from the Brunsvwick Scottish So ciety, comprising committee members. Mr. Andrew Christie ,vice-president) and Mrs. Christie, Mr W. Chapman (assistant secretary) and Mrs. Chap man, Miss -Usher (dancing instruct ress), Mrs. Jones and Ieel party, Mr. and Mrs. R. Carnie, the Misses Phyllis and Mrs. R. Carnie, thu Misses Rhyllis Smith, Gwen Carnie, Fay Smith, Joan Smith, and Piper Bobbie Smith. The objects of the society are to foster the study of traditional Scottish music, literature and dancing, and since members' arrival displays have been given of Highland dances, "The Eightsome Reel" and "The Duke of Perth," and Scottish folk dances, "The Scottish Reform," "Strip the Willow," "Haymakers' Jig," "Petronella,' "The Dashing White Sergeant" and others. Originally practised at country fairs and harvest festivals, these dances are equally adapted to indoors or...

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Acknowledgment. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

Acknowledgment. The Healesville Blind Auxiliary de sires to gratefully acknowledge a do nation cf :i, 1'- from Mrs C. H. Alex under. who has been a patroness of the branch for many years and main tained a friendly interest in all its ef forts. All Saints' Day. - All Saints' Day will be observed in St. John's Church of England to-mo' row with H.C. at > ad 1 a.m., and evensong at 7.1p., the special preacher being Rev. E. D. J. Shahxte, Th.L., or ganising secre:ta.', of the Bush Church Aid Society. Fair On Thursday. That eagerly looked for event, the annual fair held under the auspices of St John's Church of England Ladies' Guild, takes place in the parish hall next Thursday.. November 5, the open ing ceremony at 3 p.m. being perform ed by Mrs. Agar. The afternoon ses sion will be replete with attractively arranred stalls, while at night games and competitions will be enjoyed. A special trophy has been donated by Mr. ,Everard. Fellowship Meetings. Attention is directed to the altera...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 October 1942

Si-OPPING HOURS.--TI! .l hjl, fl)r',ll y (muit(tui . 1,y L I. IV. (?-,)-s ?i',l-l.v it, I pum S'aihbainik "' tiahvik , alexI Na; hm ;, I Lank. ii .h .ei 1 , mll . II;,Ih Ii!. 't -ili ? - II, pil .. Al 1l',ti.i J; , J. FAI 3ANK NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 HEALESVILLE'S LEADING BARER AND PASTRYCOOKi DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY ......... al.............n............ ........ .....u....s......... ......................................................... ...................................................... .................................................................... Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES: OUR VAIUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, -which are S,-of the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES ..........................................

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Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

Brevities` By .Arline. L committee responsible "ie 'lar dances arranged to aid r the popu vice fund is certainly not .e car as Friday, the 13th of petitioh has been chosen as the is fo the next of these series of t for a ents. As good prizes are of rer t euchre players and dancers, is bound to be lucky for a LanaeY folk" so go along and try :id ;illeither at cards or dancing. rth ?r l. Stroud and Mr. Willey, of post office counter staff, have en he p t period of leave. Mr. .eNafla.r has been officiating dur their absence. received In resp-nse to an appeal received sr M°cLeish from the Rev. Lloyd, ~r. of Healesville and 'now chap rn the Seamen's Mission, the Va te Victory Club will hold a eales'lla night in the Palais next rdaYl Proceeds will be devoted the fund which enables the Mission theaen to distribute Christmas par to sailors of the Merchant Navy. is erganisation enjoys full official s, and is recognised by the Com s Fund. The grand gala will fea emany novelty dances, for whic...

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Yarra Glen Red Cross Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

Yarra Glen V Red Cross Ball. Despite inclement weather last Fri day evening the patriotic ball organ ised by the Yarra Glen Red Cross was a phenomenal success. The Memorial Hall was not large enough to accom modate the vast assemblage, who came from Lilydale, Warburton and Heales ville, while local residents turned out in full force. The hall was appropri ately adorned, a prominent feature of the decorations being the figures of a Red Cross nurse on the stage, 'midst a picturesque setting of foliage. Herry's orchestra kept up a delightful program of dance music-a happy mingling of old-time and modern numbers. The circular waltz competition took several heats to decide, but popular fancy co incided with that of the judge (Mr. J. Maggs) in selecting Mrs. L. Shaw and Mr. R. Fry as outright winners. Hand some trophies were also presented to the successful couples in the novelty events. The ball will be the means of augmenting the Yarra Glen Red Cross funds to the extent of about £60, fo...

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Healesville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

Healesville Notes By Raymond S. Grove. Sympathy is extended to relatives of I the late Mrs. Mary Jane Cowen, who t passed away in the Royal Melbourne Hospital last Monday, after a brief ill ness. Mrs. Cowen, who was well known at Healesville, was a sister of Mrs. F. Becker and Mrs. Smedley. The funeral was held in the Melbourne General Cemetery on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. White, Healesville, were successful competitors in various I dances held at Seville for patriotic bodies. Mr. White re-donated a prize of 10/6. Healesville's many visitors last week-end included Group-Captain Neil Roberts, also Miss Joan Kelly, of Richmond. The dance in St. John's Hall on Fri day night of last week organised by Mesdames West and Chaplin to aid the Prisoners of War fund, proved very successful despite unsettled wea ther. Many visitors helped swell the attendance. No races will be held to-day, as part of the Austerity campaign. It was noticeable that street lights were on at Healesville last Sunday...

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Refutation To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

Refutation v-- To the Editor. Sir,-On behalf of Mrs. C. E: Smith and myself, I desire to inform the gen eral public that rumors circulated to the effect that only £4 was paid to the Prisoners of VWar fund as a result of the community singing concert are false. A receipt is held for £IS, and should any persons desire to know of further expenses they may purchase the "Guardian" and read the balance sheet, which was published in August, through the courtesy of the editor. Yours, etc., , RAYMOND S. GROVE, Honorary Organiser Healesville, 6/11/42.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

BUSINIl,?, NOTICES J. DA BORN al Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths g purchased the whole of thec cy business of Mr. Percy John I have pleasure in announcing it will be my aim to give prompt nal attention to any agency busi ness entrusted to me. IOLS ON ST., HIEALESVILLE 'Phone Ileales. 42 for iris & Boys Little 'feet are hard on shoes, u. so it pays to buy good qual ity. These shoes will stand the scuffs and kicks of daily play. They are ideal for school wear andare made in comfy, roomy sizes. High grade shoes at low MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILI?. SOIJCITORd Mlullett & Langford SOLICITORS )LICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic.,'S.A., and Tas. "f5 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 Teaesvill Telephones: 4 e 39 MU 4360 Save Electricity and Fuel Appeal to Consumers ....

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INDUSTRIAL TRAINING ACHIEVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING ACHIEVEMENT. v Much of Australia's pre-war indus trial development was due to the in struction imparted by technical colleg es in the'various States to the thous ands of young men and women who were prepared to sacrifice leisure. hours in order to improve by study their status in chosen 'trades and pro fessions. The existence of such insti tutions and their expansion has be come a most important factor in Aus tralia's war effort, in which technical instruction has been directed to the education and training of men and women for vital tasks in the armed forces and the munitions and.aircraft production industries. The Industrial Training Division of the Department of Labor and National Service, respon sible to the Commonwealth Govern ment for organising, co-ordinating and generally 'directing technical training throughout theq six States and at Can berra, has made an immense contribu tion to the transition from peace time to -war time industry. Early in the wail de...

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