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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

BUSLIN . NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or l properties in Healesville and endin. Districts should consult J. DAWBORN Real Estate andf Business Agent Prepertyi Salesman SKinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths IIOLSON ST., IIEALESVILLIE: 'Phone IHeales. 42 wit eCotot You will be wise to see the new Footwear shown here. The season's authentic styles al OCCcaSwio are included in our fine stock. Many unique designs in ihoes with definite style appeal are here at very reasonable pricesa. SMacDonald's SHOE STORE " Nlicholon St., HEALESVILLE. SOLIeITOblM Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS ILICITORS and COMMISSION-ERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., arud Tas. 153 COLLINs ST., IIELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVITLE OFFICE ierce and Bradshaw's Buildings letween the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERy THURSDAY lille " Telephones: i9 ~ ]MU 4360 ' RE-CAPPING Modern Method Tyre Rejuvenation BOX IHEL TYRE SERyICE Pty. Ltd 10123White Horse Rd., Box Hill WX 2395 Industrial Users Save ...

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Not Booklovers "MEMBERS OF LENDING LIBRARIES," SAYS AUTHOR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Not Booklovers "MEMBERS OF LENDING LIBRA RIIES," SAYS .UTHCR. "Soma of the money I make will be wisely spent. I iltencd to buy those' three aplendld vblumes of Howard Carter's on 'The Tromb o° Tut-ankh. amen,' I dream df parsessing them," 1 Arthur Sanwill tol'fl me. "Why not borr.ow them from a lend ing library ?" I suggested. "Borrow such ,. glorious wo:rk a.s that! Or any book that is worthy of a place on youit shelves? Sir, I NEVER borrow 'boks. Lending lib raries are for ladles, and men who have no claim to the honorabjo title of 'Booklover.' " Now my view is much the same as Arthur Sanwill's, though I do not go so far as to condemn those useful in stitutians called lending libraries. Many books worth reading are nat worth buying. In this "class I would place all modcl rn novels, being a high ly prejudiced mani. If you can :a._"le to buy a few books, choose tho.ec ti:at will become your triendis. --(Extract from Charleslo Barrott's 'lFrom a Bush Hut," reviewed else where in this...

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Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. (Before Mr. R. H. Mohr, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. (Before Mr. R. H. Mohr, P.M.) Collectors' licences were grantdl H: G. Philippe and F. J. H. Becker, and carriers' licences E.' H. Cormick, H. G. Philippe and F. J. H. Becker. Edward Shiells, R. Thomas and W. G. Mills were each fined £2, with 2/6 costs, for failure to keep time books for motor timber transport. John Clark was charged with a con travention of the Gaming Act. Police evidence showed that about 1.40 p.m. on December 26 he was in the Heales ville Hotel yard with cash and a bet ting sheet (produced). The police handed him 2/-, and he wrote a bet down on the sheet. He had only start ed that day, paid winning bets him self, and admitted accepting bets on the sheet totalling £11/121- for races at Flemington that day. Answering the P.M., defendant said he. had no questions to ask, and nothing to say. A fine of £.30 was imp?&ed, with 1i/4 costs, in default two months' Imprison ment.' He was allowed to pay £r. down and 28 da...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

..J. FAI BA .... NICIOLSON STREET * 'Phone Healesville 135 'DELIVBRS FRESH BREA) DAILY ANYWHERE Sa IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST , OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH " DAILY ...................... .............................................. ........ i A....... . i. ..d l...... . . .I S/....... P u P hblic Notice STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE ahd 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 OarTrTyiag Service JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - - HELESVILLE 'Phone 182 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE 1Jl Kinds of Goods. Delivered Promptly, and Carefully to Any Part of the District ALL TRAINS MET . LOWEST RATES CHARGED A Trial Respectfully Solicited DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Firel Protect You...

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Cash For Victory HEALESVILLE'S CONTINUED EFFORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Cash For Victory ' V--- -- HEALESVILLE'S CONTINUED EFFORTS. Mr. Emmerson, Healesville Red Cross treasurer, reports: Receipts for fortnight ended Jan uary IS:-L. J. Adam, £1/S/-; Mrs. McLaughlin, £1./17/-; Miss I. Holl, £1 13/6; Mrs, H. Furmston, 10/-; Mrs. Falconer, 10/-; MJs. J. McVea, 2/-; Mrs. Ford (sale ofPgoods), £24/119/1; Mrs. Furmston (sale of goods), 2/-; sales at meeting, 10/-; membership subscription, 2/-; total, £32/0/11. Prisoners of War Fund.-.L J. Adam, £1/S/6; Mrs. L. Myers, £6/12/; E. Leeder (donation), £1; Mrs. L. M. Crooke (donation), 15/-; M.B.W. em ploycs, £ 1/7/-; guests at Maroondah Lake Hotel, £11; P. Townsend, £5/15/; O. Bartley, £10/17/-; total, £3S/14/(. The fortnightly meeting of the Red Cross was held on Monday. Despite the absence of a number of members on holiday, there was a fair attend ance. Knitters please note that from now on wool will hobe available at the annexe on Monday and Thursday, as the need for comforts for our sick and wounded is urgent....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

The only, woman in a cast of h.:ndreds of men, Barbara Brtton is to be seen shortly in Paramount's epic of the marines, "Wake Island." ' HE CHANGED HER P NAME 1o BRITTOt. BECAUSE HER REAL S" :.::: NAME WAS BRANTINGHAM JER CAREER BEG4 A WHEN SHE tVAS ELECTED QUEEN OF LONu BEACH ? . .... . r . , +N .WA E ISLAND' ,,RBARA wYON = SHE 15 THE WIFE THE VIKING · ·" o o acAz ARDT . WOMAN IN A HIG"IEST .. . FEATURED ACHIEVEMENT PT CAST OF JUNIOR COLLEGE / HUNDREDS S....:. :: EN ý ý LET THERE BE NO , BVAIN 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 SMEN'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 comfort by seeking cheaper lines. SBartold's Pharmacy Opp. P.O., HEALESVILLE. Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress ? .n.. ....... ... ...........

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. January 13th and 14th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Market:, Report V MELBOUR.I '! pIG MARIIRET. Januluary 1ith and 14th. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co.'s activities at the Melbourne pig mar ket on January 13 and 14 are con ,tained in the following report, submit ted by them: Stores.-Very limited supply, not many interested, and values unchang ed. Ours, 18/- to 28/-. Porkers.-Steady demand at fully late rates. Light 30/- to 36/-, medium 37/- to 47/-, heavy 48/- to 58-/-, extra I CIIR Ipllllo I I • I _lm lll I 69/- to 75/-, for odd pigs to 84/-. Backfatters,-Selihig freely. at fully late figures. "We oTbpped the market for G. Murphy; at £11/19/-; Johni Campbell £11/9/-, ',two N; McCaul at £1'0/ ;1/-, J. Wily at £9/4/-, H. Woodward at £81/4-, and many more. ' Baconers.-Competition keen, with values remaining very firm. We sold many excellent drd.fts, including four John Campbell £6?13/6, eight Henry and Perry at £6/1¢/G, nine J. Borrie at £6/11/6, C. Larrett at £6/11/-, five George Henry at £6/10/6, six J. Bor rie at £6/10/-, five N. Mc...

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Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Brevities -------V - By "Arline." Those suffering from foot ailments huld make an appointment with Miss Rhys Davies. M.A.I.C., who will be 1 attendance at Bartold's pharmacy n the first Monday and Tuesday in ebruary Obtain the advice and help an expert, and walk with ease., it is noW likely that the Monday ;ht talkies will be continued during eruare b and arch. Many new-re i g attractions arc booked for ?laceseingn at Healesville, in some Snce currently with the Mel lle' t,, ýewton and Jury, Heales le sPrat. grocc., offer a season nuggestion for next week's nowder a Pound packet of custard lnket ?d a carton of Medallion n offered at 1/G for the two o A list of choice canned meats Verilabselet is also included in their in this issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

DENTISTS MR. H. S'1')CK SURGEON-DENi' IST VISITS HEALE:; :ILLE EVERY SATURDI)AY Fi :TNIGHIT at the M?AROONDAH TEA. ROOMS Dates are as follow: SATURDAY, .:ANU AltY 3::rd SATURDAY, Fi?IIiUAIRY <ith SATURI)A, FI'I 1;:UAIZY' 20th SATURDI).Y, 31ACII (ith , ,SATURI)AY, MAItCII 20th City Addre.is: i. tLSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-LbNTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD • *YISITS 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 TILE IHEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER L' ODIVE A'. ENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 :All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST' RATES LADIES-WIHY WORRY? Wrdte E. M. Poulthn SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Speolal, 10/- per Box, Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of...

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A Jolly Spendthrift CHARLES LAUGHTON HEADS TRIBE OF SOUTH SEA SQUANDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

A Jo ly Spendthrift CHARLES LAUGHTON HEADS TRIBE OF SOUTH SEA SQUANDERERS. Giving Charles Laughton an excep nally engaging and unique charac rportrayal, '.The Tuttles of Tahiti," ci.ht's Healesviile talkie attraction, anoimpressive screen version of "No cre Gas," the Nordhoff-and-Hall vel of South Seas romance and ex vagance in the period just before Soutbreak of the current war. Laoghton has the role of Jonas Tut ,lazy, good-natured head of the pro Tuttle family, partly Polynesian cendants of an eighteenth century ving New Englander. Unlike their ightors the TAios, the Tuttles rpend d gamble away every penny they tand are deeply in debt to the kind arted Dr. Blondin, the Papeete doc r, who envies them their carefree 'stence. Young Chester Tuttle returns from vera! years of seafaring, bringing thhim a fighting cock that he hoes it beat any of the Taio birds. The ttles bet everything they own on ester's game cock, and lo'e. Jonas atunned and Chester abandons his pes of marrying prett...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

ENGAGEMENT The Engagement is announced of Mary Florence, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hetherton, 5 Turner street, Glen Iris, and Signaller Ron- ald Keith, youngest son of Mrs. Myers, 11 Johnson street, Glenferrie. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 Letters, contributiong, etc.. welcome. All' communlcationhs to i addressed to :the' editor, who does; not necessarily identify himself with, correspondents' views; SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1943

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Old Socks Never Die. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

OldA Socks Never Die. Old army socks, like old soldiers; never die; nor do tney fade away. When the day comes-as it must inev itably-when darning is no longer pos sible, the socks are sent to salvage. There they are re-examined by experts and hopeful cases are sent out to cloth ing depots to be stored as emergency clothing for air raid victims. Hope less cases are sent on to factories to be garnetted .and re-,ran. So there is often a percentage of old sock in the new issues. In fact, army cloth ing issues now have as many "lives" as a cat, and certainly as many uses as a cat is said to have lives. So much. valuable material exists in what was once called rubbish that the word ap pears to be doomed to pass into dis use. Waste has been substituted for it, and the measure of our former ex travagance is gauged by the long list of products now made from waste.

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NO CUT RATES FOR FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

NO CUT RATES FOR FREEDOM. V Australip's claim to nationhood is "not something which can be .allowed to rest solely upon the deeds of her fighting men. No nation had a more impressive introduction to the ranks of fame than Australia in the heroic deeds of her sons at Gal'ipoii, in Egypt, France and Flanders, and once again Australia's n:anhood is in the ranks of justice :.::d freedom. But now, more than cver before, that is not enough. To-day- it rests upon every Australian subject--man, woman and even child-to share the task of a nation in the throes of a total war. In no other way can they earn pro tection behind the battle front, and a share in the fruits of victory. Com pared with the people of Greece. Po land, Czecho-Slovakia, France, Britain and other countries, we have little con ception of the terrors of this war. Compared with the awful sacrifices of China and Russia, we have suffered relatively little, though we mourn the loss of many of our sons on the battle fiefd. A nati...

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Yarra Glen Grand Effort for Red Cross. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 January 1943

Yarra Glen Grand Effort for Red Cross. Six Yarra Glen ladies who decided to combine their efforts and hold an entertainment on January 16 to assist   the local branch of the Red Cross must have felt highly elated at the marvellous result (£42/14/5) achieved. The ladies concerned — Mesdames Chis- holm, Woodroffe, N. Allen, Kemp, Gil- bert Bell and Newman — intended to hold the function on the lawn at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Bell, but as the weather was too unpropitious for an outdoor evening affair, it had, at the last minute, to be transferred to the Memorial Hall. Although many people   did not know of the change, the at- tendance was fairly good, but the man- ner in which these folk dipped into their pockets again and again testifies to the Red Cross-mindedness of Yarra Glen. A pig, generously donated by Mr. Jack Bell, of "Gulf Station," be- came the property of Mrs. A. J. Scott; a lamb, the gift of Mr. Calvert, was annexed by Mrs. Henderson, and a cake ...

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Auction Sale [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 January 1943

Auction Sale "Fairy Dell," nine-roomed villa in Steven's road, Healesville, will be sold by auction on Saturday, February 6, at 3.30 p.m. Easy terms are avail able. Messrs. K. Gardner and Lang Pty. Ltd.. S0 Swanston street. Mel bourne, and Mr. Sydney H. Bradshaw, eHalesville, are auctibneers in conjunc tion. Victorious Victory Club. Healesville Victory Club is on the I go again, and will open 1943 activities next Friday night at the Palais, when they will stage another of the euchre parties and dances for which they have won fame. 'Tis their hope, with the backing of supporters, to eclipse last year's grand performance. School Change. Miss Gill, of thet. Hea!. school staff, has been Prahran. "-'.:d

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Harmony in the Hills GREAT WORK FOR CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 January 1943

Harmony in the Hills I v-- GREAT WORK FOR CHARITY. On Tuesday evening an Australia Day concert was held in the "Ferns" guest house, proceedings being opened by Pipe-major McKenzie with a bag pipe recital of Scottish melodies. The gentleman's ballet, comprising Messrs. A. Ireland (ballet master), W. J. Armstrong, \V. Sinel, A. Prowse, E. Gosling, G. Herbert, K. Sim monds, K. Longmire and F. Black man, who had been busy during the afternoon at an improvised dock yard behind the wood heap constructing an amphibian mine sweeper under direc tion of Chief Petty Officer J. K. Mc Kay, D.S.M., R.A.N.. paraded in dar ing and original attire, with the mine sweeper in tow belching smoke until an S.O.S. 'from the crew, who was in danger of being cremated, necessitat ed a strategic retirement. The ballet then re-entered and sang "Two Little Girls in Blue." Misses Margaret and Laura Dunn and Peggy Foster, very captivating in uniforms representing the Army, Navy and Air Force, sang an intro duction...

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Healesville R.S.S.I.L.A. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 January 1943

Healesville R.S.S.I.L.A. ANNUAL EETING. The annual meeting of the Hea'les ville sub-branch R.S.S.A.I.L.A. was well attended. The president reported that tihe 1942 membership of 38 constituted a record. The Anzac Day and Poppy Day appeals were outstanding succes ses. A free picture matinee for ex service men's children was keenly ap preciated. The financial statement was as fol * lows:-Credit balance, £ 14/18 /i; Com monwealth War Loan, £201; total. £34 8/6. Officers for 1:I4r were elected as follow:-President, Mr. J. A. King: vice-presidents, Messrs. S. R. Barratt and P. O'Donnell; secretary and treas urer, Mr. H. G. Philippe; assistant, Mr. W. G. Sones; committee, Messrs. A. Stanley, C. Coutts, R. Pollard, E. Collins, J Hume, F. McBain, C. Love day, J. McVea; auditors, Messrs. Pol lard and Coutts. A vote of thanks was accorded Mrs. Coates for supplying wreaths requir ed during the year.

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No Right To Be in the Office COUNCILLORS EXCHANGE COURTESIES AND PROCEEDINGS ASSUME AN EXALTED AIR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 January 1943

No. Right To Be in the Office COUNCILLORS EXCHANGE COURTESIES AND PROCEEDINGS ASSUME AN EXALTED AIR. Proverbial high tone of Healesville Council debate was admirably exem plified at Monday's meeting, when compliments were exchanged between Crs. Cook and Mowle. Eloquence was edifying, and reached to meteoric heights. This demonstration of nobless oblige followed the reading by Mr. Horsfall (secretary) of the rough minutes of the finance meeting, detailing the new re-shuffle of the shire office staff, which was highy approved of in a mo tion essayed by Cr. Dawborn, and fur ther substantiated in an explanatory speech by the president (Cr, Came ron). Earlier in the session there had been a few by no means faint-hearted exchanges between Crs. Cook. and Mowle concerning the latter's being "in the office" and "taking it upon himself" to grant permission for the disposal of a tree, as well be noted among the sheaf of correspondence. Cr. Cook waxed exceeding wroth at Cr. Mowle's "one-man dic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 January 1943

BUSINI/Sf" NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or in properties in Healesville and undin' Districts should consult J. DA BORN Real Estate and Business Agent Propertyi 'Salesman, Al Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths CIIOLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE *Phone Heales. 42 You will be wise to see the new Footwear shown here. The season's authentic styles in all occasiozns are included in our fine stock. Many unique designs in shoes with definite style appeal are here at very reasonable prices. MacDonald's SHOE STORE " Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLIOITORS Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS OLICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 9i COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pierce and Bradslhaw's Buildings Betweefi the hours of 3 p.?n., and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Tleeville Telephones: It2ei l0 ~ M U 4360= There's no better advertising medium than It reaches all' district homes. Try it! THE HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN ·i·iii·ii: · i·:iii::::ii...

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Coming Attractions: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 January 1943

Coming Attractions: Feb. 6.-Olsen. and' Johnson . ii "Hellzapoppin" (G); Patric Knowles in "The Mystery of Marie Roget" (X);j "George Washington, Country. Gentles man"; "Sugar Bowl Humpty-Dumpty."' Feb. 8.-"A Yank bn the Burma Road" (X);. "So You Won't Talk" Joe E. Brown (G.). Feb. 10.-George Brent in "They Dare Not Love" (X); Penny :Singleton: in "Blondie Goes to College" (G); "Gallop' Poll" and News Reel (Univer sal). Feb. 13.-Tyrone Power in "Son of Fury" (X); Ralph Bellamy in "Ellery Queen and the Murder Ring" (X); Paramount News Reel..' Films marked X not suitable for general exhibititn; G for general exhi bition.. Box Plan open at "'Gurdian' Office,. 'Phone 91. Healesville Talkies- The Talk of the Town!

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