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Bride Wears Crown of Gardenias CEREMONY WITH NUPTIAL MASS [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

Brde Wears Crown of Gardenias CEREMONY WITH NUPTIAL MASS The marriage of Marjorie Ethel. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew. Cousens, of W'est Brunswick, and Ralph Joseph, only child of M'r. an:l Mrs. Arthur Cann, of Healesvi!le, was celebrated with nuptial mass in St. Joseph's Church, WVest Brunswick, on January 2 7. The Rev. Father Rohan officiated, assisted by the Rev. Father Coyne. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of white lace and tulle. Her finger-length veil was mounted with gardenias, and she car ried a bouquet of beautiful flowers. She was attended by Miss Eileen Foots as bridesmaid, and Mrs. Max Crockett as matron of honor, both of Caulfield. Mr. Val McMenaman, cousin of the bride, was best man, and Mr. George Rorke groomsman.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Victory Club AUSPICIOUS OPENING SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

Victory Club AUSPICIOUS OPENING SOCIAL. T The Victory Club opened its. 1943 activities by holding a euchre party and danice in the Palais on Friday of last week, and achieved a grand, start for the yeai', there 'being an excellent attendance. Euchre was under the control of Mr. 'M. Olney, and the prizes were won by Mrs. and Mr. D. McLeod, the,booby consolations going to Mrs. W. Malo ney. and Mrs. A. Goninon, the 'latter playing, as a gent. The Monte Carlo award was annex ed by a visiting couple. "-Mr. N. Smith was the proud win ner of the doll raffled) duringalhq evening, the lucky number being 18D. 'Bright music was supplied by Mrs. and Mrs. J. Furmston ahd Mr. C. Scott, and Mr. L. W. Gardiner, as usual, proved his ability,as M.C., for which 'the club is grateful. Donations were thankfully received from -Mr.-,G. - Stainton,'-£1.; : MisSe M. Murton, 2/-; Mr. M. Hodges, 4/-; Mr. C.'Desborough, 2/-; Mrs. Crawley, 5/-; Anonymous, 2/-; Mr. L. Adams, 5/-; Anonymous, 2/-. Mrs. S. Stanley ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Chronicles of "The Ferns" DIVERSIONS AND CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

n Ir lhoeS '"The . Ferns" IVERSIONS AID CHARITY. ritable activities at "The Ferns" house during the week, includ a Wednesday, a hike orgaanised iss Eva Chrislett, which proved enjoyable. The party, 13 in num struck into the hills from the bus inus at "Bethany," climbing ily until panoramic views of a Glen, Coldstream and Lilydale ed under a lowering sky. As the inS was a trifle oppressive, ?s were hanging out by this and a halt was made opposite lue locnt, where pineapple and Sice-blocks were handed around. euext stop was made at the turn on the Forestry Commission's up Mount St. Leonard's, where was partaken of. Incidentally, short cut joining the M.M.B.W. with the latter is overgrown and t obliterated. On the graded road up to the stone crusher a lady became smitten with fa and accepted a lift home from bliging truck driver. Luncheon spread at the spring on the north side of the mountain, after which company climbed to the pummit Inspected the dug-out shelter be cnstructed there. ...

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Healesville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

" J:tt have rc S op.rs. ta guest house, l I?i. Pophic1 -on time ago cr Loe. b" the Goverll:nent r yve Ielibourtne school, ,r elctrcal PtO, that swept eectlv caused much eam I. re? main street tree toP -rdeep ,e,,t that the withed of one of Heales . e rdents, in the person pione ree Saunders, who passed r. $a.urdayU alier a long ill Til: funeral , 'as held in the V neterly on Sunday after , ile c e tet ' near future a function will t!d ne oal hall to aid a Heales ain and for' the first time Oaritsrestra com1prQising two ant nly ill provide the music. as the two musicians will erof three instruments, the use fin should not have much .ta he volume of sound pro onFurther partictlars will be Fot later. cast l T. W. Henry and fam this wee for a two months' n, after having conducted the ra Cafe for over four years. ras necessary to provide r_iore acconmiodation for the c:'owd ed up to the monthly r eet the Healesville branch of the party, in the Memorial Hall on of last week. o disappointm...

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VICTORY PLUS [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

VICTORY PLUSL - V In the turmoil and confusion of war a new renaissance is stirring. In his wartime New Year message the Brit ish Deputy Prime Minister (Mr. At lee) declared, "We believe civilisation will progress only if inspired by a moral purpose." There is a growing conviction that from the bitter fight ing and the ghastly euffering of gieat masses of humanity will emerge the answer to an age-long human s:riving for understanding and peace. With out this belief that the spirit of man will be re-born through this infinite labor, inspiration would dissolve from our fighting men and the struggle would sink to nothing more than physical survival-the destruction of everything but the lives of survivors. This thought finds expression in the simple sentiments of an ordinaiy citi zen in a letter to an American jour nal. In it she says, "Nothing is ever gained without a goal. The young men and women :;ghting this war want something more glorious to fight than to defeat an enemy." By thei...

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Lady Workers Aid Red Cross AND PUT THE "V" FOR VICTORY IN HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

Lady Workers Aid 'e Cross AND PUT THE '"V" FOR \VI O7 IN HEALESVIIIE. Healesville is justly p o :ireless band of lady work,"Is for Red Cross. On Mondays 1:v i T ur days the Red Cross worklio,? t i, Memorial Hall annexe i;: hi of industry, where the lad. am e! ployed in making comfot' :: teLs of the fighting fdrce,. This week Miss MI. Murraty .1rto the branch secretary. reports that t following useful goods, made ,v lot helpers, have been despatchld tc tR Cross headquarters:--14 lun?-sleev; pullovers, 3 long-sleeved crd.igans, sleeveless pullovers, I pair. scarves, 3 balaclavas, 1 I,:: 10 socks, 1 2 pairs ladies' p ??a.:: draw sheets, 54 dressing L-wns, pairs men',s pyjamas. Helpers are notified ti:hat I::i: wool is obtainable at the Red Cr workroom on Mondays and Thursday The next meeting of the branch t be held on Monday next, February 1 at 3 p.m. Members and visitors a cordially invited.

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Healesville Water Trust MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

Healesvi le Water Trust V----v MONTHLY MEETING. Present. Cmrs. Dawborn (chair man), Kay, Strachan-Smith, Johnston, Mowle. Cameron, Cook, Huxham and Barton. Secretarial Duties. It was decided that amounts form erly paid for 'trust secretarial work be paid to the shire municipal fund during the absence of Mr. J. B. Han sen, and that Mr. Arthur Horsfall, 15 Drummond street, Oakleigh, be ap pointed acting part-time secretary in the interim. Accounts. Accounts totalling £28/5/5 were passed for payment. General. On the motion of Crs. Strachan Smith and Kay, the engineer to ask Mr. Clemson for a statement of extras on his contract due to war conditions, and date on which he proposed to commence work. It was resolved, at the instance of Cmrs. Strachan-Smith and Huxham, to make a stock list of pipes and fit tings at the depot, check with invoic es, and report at next meeting. Cmr. Strachan-Smith suggested forming a committee to enquire into works' requirements and submit a re port, but no ac...

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Coldstream Big Effort for Red Cross. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

Coldstream Big Effort for Red Cros,. The-success of the big garc"n fe held at "Olinda-Yarra," vcin-, t years ago, is still fresh in the mira of most people, and i: will ae m0 refreshing for them to KnOw that th beautiful country estate is :o thrown open again on Marc. :;: a similar effort. The Misse. He conveyed this information to Coldctream branch of the Re: Cr Society during the week, and oa suit members of *that organisa:iJn a more than usually alert, ,prep:!i n f the big effort. The branch a-o on hand a dance and cra':" wv party in the Coldstream Hall :a S urday evening next.

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Healesville Girl Wed in St. Patrick's Cathedral BRIDEGROOM FROM NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

Healesville Girl Wed in S. Patrick's Cathedral V BRIDEGROOM FROM NEW GUINEA, The wedding of Yvonne Mollie, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J." Craw. ley, of Healesville, and John Phillip, only son df, Mr. and. Mrs. B. Alen 'torn, of Surrey Hills, was quietly cele brated iri St. Patrick's :Cathedral, Mel bourne, on" Wednesday, January 27. The bridegroom is a corporal in the New Guinea-branch of service, and has resided in that territory for the past twelve years. The bride,' who was given away by her father, presented a charming pic ture in a modish white afternoon en seinble. Her beautiful bouquet was of. choice white gardenias, and she also carried a valuable old prayer book, a cherished heirloom in the bridegroom's family. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Moran. The reception in the Hotel Australia was attended by close friends and relatives, including both maternal grandmothers. The happy young couple spent their honeymoon at Mornington, and re. turned to Healesvill...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

BUSLIE.f!s NOTICIES Desirous of Purchasing or ing poperties in Healesville and iud Districts should consult J. DAWBORN Real Estate alid Business Agent Property Salesman; All Kinds of Insurance Effected Begistrar for Births and Deaths I ,CIIOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 ExrarVa ;44 for = Men w know - Careful buying of quality Footwear for men ensures that we are able to please you no matter what style of shoes you prefer. Here you will find a wide variety of shoes in both black and tan, featuring the latest styles. Prices are sure to suit you. . SMacDonald's SHOE STORE - Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. ' 80LICITORS Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS -OLICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., SA., and Tas. 395 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pierce and Bradshaw'n Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY ThURSDAY elesville elephones ll39 -------_- ~IMU 4360 must save ELECTRICITY for the vital WAR NEEDS - .... of the nation STATE E...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 3rd and 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 3rd and 4th. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. sub mit the following report on activities at the Melbourne pig market on the dates mentioned: Stores.-Steady enquiry at late val ues, 5/- to 18/-, 20/- to 36/-. Porkers.-Irregular at about late figures, 36/- to 76/-, few to 79/6.. Backfatters.-Selling freely ' at late rates. We sold ,drafts G. A. Lockhart at £10/11/-, J. O'Walker at £10/9/-,, two W. G. Hiles to £9/9/-, D. Stone at £9/16/-, Price Hill £8/1/-, R. Andrews at £8/1/-, L. Anderson at £8/1/-, and many £7/16/- to £6/6/-. Baconers.-Quality in keen request. We sold four B'' Newnham at £6/9/6," five Holloway Bros. at £6/8/6, twelve W. G. Hiles to,;£6/4/6, three R. An drews at £5/15/6, H. J. Rawlings at £5/16/6, four A( R. Watts at £5/13/6, twenity-one R. Anderson to £5/13/-, etc. Calves.-Firm. We sold 16 to £3 5/4. Stinging sale for quality, B. A. Newn ham's best, Holloway Bros.' beauties, stood acid test; W. Hiles' splendid, G. Lockhart's...

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Shire Office Staff LATEST APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

Shire Office Staff LATEST APPOINTMENTS. Regarding the appointment of a shire secretary, Cr. Cameron (presi dent) reported to the last Healesville Council meeting that after several interviews with Messrs. A. Raven and F. A. Horsfall, and such councillors as he could contact, he had arranged with Mr. Horsfall to act as part-time secretary for not more than ,two days per week, at £2/2/1 per day, plus ex. penses. Mr. Horsfall reported that he was city engineer for Oakleigh, and had' been ,granted leave -by, his council up to two days per week to work- for another, municipality, provided. that part of his Salary. was paid by such municipality. The moneys paid for his services would go entirely to the City of Oakleigh. He could' only travel by car; and asked the council to fix a rate per mile; and hotel expenses, when' in curred, and travelling expenses, to be paid .by the couicil to him. It was resolved, on motion of Crs. Dawborn and Kay. that the-president be thanked and that his actio...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

Croydon Market There was a heavy yarding of cat tle, sheep and poultry on Monday, all selling at top market prices. Milking cows realised £15/10/-, heif ers £14/2/6; stale £8/10/-; heifers, previous week, £17/2/6; backward cows £11/2/6; yearling heifers £4/10/ to £6; store cows £7/5/- to £8/10/-; fat cows £13/7/6, heifers £13; beefy cows £12; choppers i£ to £8/15/-; crackers to 5/10/-; dairy bulls £6. Calves.-Prices holding. Large veal ors £13, small £5/10/- to £8/5/-; calves 45/- to 80/-, small 25/- to 40/-, light weights to 20/-. Pigs.-Dear, with supply not suffi cient for demand. Heavy porkers 86/ to 96/-, medium 70/- to' 84/-, light 60/- to 74/-, killable 44/- to 56/-; boars £5; chopping sows £3; porker stores 44/- to 50/-; slips 28/- to 42/6; suckers 12/- to 33/-. Sheep.-Full yarding, with prices extra good, Lambs 28/- to 35/-, suck ers 23/-, to .29/-, woolly 29/1, shorn 24/-, plain 18/- to 23/-; ,six-tooth ewes 2413 full mouth 12/6 to 18/9; two tooth wethers 29/6, six-tooth 26...

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"Arline" Hears [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

"Arline" Hears -4-9c- That on Thursday afternoon of last week a painful accident befel Master Frank Blackmore, of Chum Creek. When removing a truck tyre from its rim, a lever slipped and struck him forcibly in the face, inflicting eye in- juries. Frank was taken to the Healesville Bush Nursing Hospital for medical aid. That recent visitors to Healesville included Mr. and Mrs. Green, who formerly conducted Mr. Taylor's dairy. Mr. Green claims to be extra busy these days, his activities in con nection with the Mission to Seamen often demanding ninety hours' work a week. That the many friends of Mrs. Ne ville Saunders, nee Miss Iris Pomeroy, will be pleased to learn of her con tinued improvenrnt from the serious injury she received when hunting, some months ago. Since the accident Mrs. Saunders has been an inmate of our bush nursing hospital. All wish her a speedy recovery. That a stuffed platypus-a fine ex ample of the taxidermist's art--has been added to the co:lection in the sanctua...

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Andrew-Cook Wedding MEMBERS OF PROMINENT LOCAL FAMILIES UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

SAndrew-Cook Wedding 31EMBERS OF PROMINENT LOCAL FA.MiLIES UNITED. .A very pretty veddifUg was celei,rat ed in St. John's Church of Eagla:d on Saturday, Februa: r 6, by tile fct. S. J. Muxworthy, when Pnyllis ":!i: elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. ;. Cook, "'Kalymna Park," Healesville, was married to Leslie Thomas, A.l.F. (returned), youngest son of Mr and Mrs. W. H. Andrew, of Healesville. The bride, who was given away ny her father, wore a beautiful frock of ivory crepe. Her long tulle veil was caught in a coronet of orange blossom, and she carried . Louquet of garden ias and mandevillia. Miss Margot Oiames, cousin of the bride, and Miss June Cook, sister, were bridesmaids, and wore frocks of powder blue taffeta, and carried autunmn tinted flowers. The bridegroom was attended by his brothers, Mr. Norm Andrew, as best man, and. Mr. Bill Andrew, as groomsman. The church was beautifully deco rated by Mesdames Stanley and Reid, and during the signing of the regis ter Mrs. Phillips sa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the. BEST OF CAVES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY ......................................*.....Illill. .l. .ll..ll . .'"........................' ............................................... ...................... Public Notice ALEX OHRISTIE .ST?HL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT 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 Viqtoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES .. . ...................................................... ..................................... ................ ..... .................* *...N . NEW HEALESVILLE GaCrryl ig ?erviee JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - .- - - HEALESVILLE 'Phone 122 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE All Kinds of Goods Delivered Promptly and Carefully to Any Part of the District ALL TRAINS MET " LOWEST RATES C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

DENTISTS MR. H. ST(OCK. SURGEO N-DENTIST VISITS HIEALESVILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGIT at the MAROONDAII TEA ROOMS Dates are as follow: SATURI)AY, FI"I ItUAiIY 20th SATURII): Y, MARICH (thi SATURDAY, MARCII 20th City Address: .ALSTON B3UILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS IIEALESVILLE 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 IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAUdRCE CHANDLER LIVE A VINUE, IIHEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 'All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WILY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMIIALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFI 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 treated Strictly Confidential 165 BOURKE ST., MEL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 February 1943

"Too much is not enough if it's too late" --JOHN CURTIN. NOW Is the time to S save ... NOW is the time to support with savings the efforts of our fighting forces. Save ALL you can ...and buy 6D. WAR SAVINGS STAMPS £I WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES FOR 16/ £10 NATIONALSAVINGS BONDS Or make on Advance Subscription to the next War Loan through any Bank, Savings Bank, of Stockbpoker. _? _ I I R E-CAPPING IiL t1rnn Method Tyre Rejuvcnation ...By- achX aILL TYREE SLXXCJ. Pty; Ltd. ;0::3 White Hore. k i., Box HIDI WY 2ti8I LET THERE BE NO VAIN 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 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 comfort by seeking cheaper lines. Bartold's Pharmacy Opp. P.O., HEALESVILLE. Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). MISS McDONALD, Mana...

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Aiding Our Hospital SATURDAY NIGHT SOCIAL POPULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

Aiding Our Hospital SATURDAY NIGHT SOCIAL pOPULAR. Patrons to the number of 13I thronged the Palai last Saturday night, for an enjoyaIit session of dan cing to aid the Heal?sville Bush Nurs ing Hospital buildini fund. Proceedings were M.C.'d hy Mr. A. Wright, in the absence of Mr. I. V'. Gardiner, and the duars were manned by the hospital c,,mnlittee secretary (Mr. R. R. Cochran, and Mr. R. T. McLeish. Miss Joan Cochran officiat ed in the ticket :: Music was suppli,.d by Mr. and Mrs. J. Furmston and `,Ir. C. Scott. As a result, the fund benefited to the satisfactory extent of £6/4/-.

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The Shire Truck A DISCLAIMER To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 February 1943

The Shire Truck A DISCLAIMER. To the Edi'tor. Sir,-I wish to correct a statement made :in your last issue by Raymond S. Grove regarding the shire truck not being available for the volunteer wood cutters for .the local hospital. As the driver of the truck, I think I 'am in .order in protesting. I' wish to. make it known that in the first place I had no instructions from the shire office to report with the truck, for. such duty, and, secondly; the truck has never been to Melbourne.-Yours, etc., E C. ANDREWS. Healesville, 15/2/43.

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