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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 17 and 18. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 17 and 18. There's more of promise for pig breeders in the report of activities at the Melbourne pig market submitted by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. this week. A glance (even if it is only a mere scanning) at the dealings re lated below will prove this. Here they are: Stores.-Selling well at firm values Suckers 22/6, extra 25/- to 55/-. Porkers. - Keen enquiry for all classes, 35/- to 75/-, extra to 85/6. Backfatters.-Leaner sorts excep tionally dear. Best £11 to £16/9/-: others £6/10/- upwards. We sold drafts G. M. Lockhart at £12/11/-, S. Underwood at £11/9/-, A. H. Brown £11/1/-, and many £7/9/- upwards. Baconers.-Splendid enquiry for the best descriptions. We sold the follow ing "tops":-R. Jackson, R. Beck,' B, Withall and S. Underwood, all at £7 5/6; four John Campbell at £7/3/6, five Holloway Bros. at £7/2/6, four H. Burgess £7/3/6, three L. McLaren at £6/19/6, five George Sweet at £6/14/6, and many £5/7/6 to £6/12/-. Calves.- Sel...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Shire Affairs To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

Shire A fairs To the Editor. fFebruary )"O .:h: yo , .\'-body Happy" , num of \V. J. Daw i r oe. '. tihret? was not much SCertiuls enough to convey to but jUa t ot oCl Mowle was Iy lr hen the l:itest appointment IreL'~ ade n uher words, I was a e hapoi, not inform rate Spra ?born ,i,?ent .contacted" o lthe as he could in on appoiiting Mr. Horsfall re:celC to , tlt:th he must travel by r .haleigl?)? and dropping Mr. car hre e a?)lointment did not he.'o.' ionditc iot that he could be contain a uontioent's notice. Ju~rpe .ident ,.-contacted" a major The pre??nCil installed the officer, who "favored" i.yof the cnc those who ,favored" ,fd ap~parCe about the "shuffle" :ot f. Titriefore, any further etre PP the finance committee tion at thade it very unpleasant ud e . .an who already had the " the gentlemah bern y sojourn as "boss" I was urig ften cotacted" to fill "pot or)' in ?,yer"s Creek road leading eToola" ni especially on Saturday STooangs to be ready for the tour ?on the Sunday, as...

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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

Racing Selections for Mentone, issued prior' to final acceptances, are as under: Summer Hurdle. The Stork ...... ............ 1 Star Boarder ..... ............ ...... ... 2 C aragona .......................................... 3 Bass Juvenile Handicap, P recept ................................... 1 E vidence ....................... ..... : .... ..... . 2 " Stygian ............ ............ .......... ...... 3 Chelsea Handicap. Fugleman ..... ....... ............ 1 Solstar ...... ............................. . ...... 2 Christopher Wren . .................. 3 J. L: Reilly Stakes. T aram oa .................. .................. ... . 1 Millie's Hope ............ ...... .......... 2 Chamberlain ...... ......... ............ 3 Moorabbin Handicap. Queen Baccha. ..... .................. ...... Law Student .................. ........... 2 Reception ............ .................. 3' Franlston Trial. B arncluith ................. .................. 1 Mataura ........... ...... .... ..... ......

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The Country Press [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

The Country fress Provincial newspaper proprietors II heartily-and feelingly-endorse efollowing article in the "Trafalgar In the country there is not a sec a of the business community taking effects "on the chin" without com aintas is the Press. Increased costs passed on in a lesser degree than any other branch of commerce. t defies challenge. The number of established papers serving the anmunity which have ceased to exist one proof. It is the war, as the French would p. This is not a complaint. All sur g country papers have been re ed in size. But a 30 to 40 per t. reduction is no compensation for increase of 100 per cent. in news t. The big city dailies "got in ly" and increased their prices 25 Scent., in addition to making a sub antial rise in the charge for adver sng. The country press missed out all this. Most country offices have b printing departments, but only a ll percentage of the increased verhead for paper, card, all other ma rials, wages, tax (including 25/- or 1 per ce...

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"Arline" Hears [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

"'Ar line" Hears -V-------v That Mr. and Mrs. J. Hume, of Healesville, left yesterday for Cowes, wheie they will spend a fortnight's holiday. That friends of Mr. Oscar Bartley are naturally anxious to learn: whether he has forsak@n the ancient game of bowls for croquet, which he was seen favoring on Wednesday afternoon. That Pte. Jack McDonald spent a few hours' leave at home on Thursday-. He hopes to be home again this week end. That Mr. and Mrs. Pellow, of Rec reation road, are departing for War burton. That Miss Fay Chandler is now a telephonist in the Windsor exchange, where she has been operating the switchboard since last November. That two more local girls who have just lately become members of the W.A.A.F.'s are Misses Myrtle Hutchin son and Betty Heritage. Betty has become a telephonist. That recently Mrs. West, of St. Leonard's road, had the misfortune to sprain her ankle. Though the injur ed member is improving, Mrs. West still walks with difficulty. That Miss Janet Chapm...

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Healesville Hospital SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

Heai'esville Hospital --------V-------- SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL. In the Palais, on Friday night of last week, another bright euchre and dance was instrumental in affording further aid to the Healesville Bush Nursing Hospital. There was a sur prisingly good attendance, numbering 208. Mr. I W. Gardiner officiated as M.C., and Mr. R. T. McLeish super vised the euchre tourneys. Miss Ronda Cochran presided in the ticket box. Mrs. W. McLeish emerged the win nor in the ladies' euchre, and Mr. J. Casey was the successful gent. A con solation trophy went to Mrs. Ferguson. The Monte Carlo was gracefully won by Mr. Nemcek and partner. Dance music was popularly provided by Se bire's orchestra. The function resulted in a profit of £1G/14/- being realised.

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Aboriginal Art AN INTERESTING EXHIBITION. (Specially Written for "The Guardian" by Charles Barrett, F.R.Z.S.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

Aboriginal Art ------v- AN INTERESTING EXHIBITION. (Specially written for "The Guardian" by Charles Barrett, F.R.Z.S.) At an exhibition of aboriginal art, weapons, etc., and outback objects generally, to be held in Melbourne next month, "Barak," the last representa tive of the Yarlra.Yarra tribe, will be represented by one of his famous paintings, and a portrait of thd "King" himself. Barak was head man of the tribe, and always commanded respect as "King." He is reported to have re marked to a Governor of Victoria: "You're gub'nor over white fellows and I'm gub'nor over the blackfellows; and this is our country. Barak died at Coranderrk in August, 1903. He had prophesied that his end would come in wattle time. Some of his remarkable paintings are preserved, and his portrait hangs in the Library at State Parliament House. No man at the Coranderrk reserva tion could rival the "ing" in the art of fire-making with the twirling drill; nor at throwing the returning boome rang. -im n .-.-"...

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A Good Law [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

A Good Law 'V The good that some men do lives after them. A former citizen of Bow ral (N.S.W.), the late Mr. Aubrey Mowle (father of Cr. Mowle, of Heales ville), was instrumental' in having, a provision inserted in our criminal law which gives a magistrate power to suspend a sentence he may feel im pelled to impose, upon an accused per son if that person enters into a,recog nisance to be of good behavioi· for a stated term. It would be interesting to learn, states "The Robertson Mail" (N.S.W.), how many men that provis ion has saved from a career of crime. Few judges or magistrates in these days have much. faith in gaols as .a reforming agency. They Would be un fit for their'positions if they could re main oblivious of the huge volume of evidence to the contrary .that unrolls ,before them from day to day and year to year. There is evidence that our most notable criminal, Ned Kelly, was a product of our criminal laws rather than of an innate love of crime, and barely a day passes tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

llo ý, NOTICes e ou f Purchasing or Dproperties in Healesville and din Districts should consult J. DAWBORN 1 Estate and Business .Agent property Salesman] Kinds of Insurance Effected ,Begistrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 fI fhMr Eq.ua1 Lf~ ....a. viest Task l the worker's daily routine hi bos are an important item of hi attire. Tner must be strongly made to strd I:ard usage, the soles must b Ema and yet not too heavy rd th5 quality of materials tr::;:.ut must be of the very ire you will find just the t f: i':'d ci boots for work at: at ptices you are prepared (d aid see for yourself. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nihtolson It., IEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS iullett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE ree and Bradsihaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERy THUESDAY Telephones: 39Sille 3 - MU 4360 must save ELECTRICITY fo? the vital...

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Victory Dance Next Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

Victory Dance Next Friday. As providers of good entert the Healesville Victory Club a high reputation. The, wii1 tain it next Friday night`, " customary euchre party and dar make the rafters of the Palai Don't miss this feast of fun. Seasonable. A reader supplies the foil overheard at a local hostelhl "Where was the tire?" "Down at the seasoning work "Oh, what, a pity, when seas so short!" So You Like Playing Cards .. Well, then, you must be sur among the happy throng of pla euchre, bridge, 500 or any othe game at the special party in brook Lodge" next -Monday March 1. Besides enjoying yo you will at the same time he our local bush nursing hospital. Hugh Huxham will be hostess. a usual tip-top "Cranbrool Lodge per will be served. Alfred Hospital Auxiliary. The quarterly meeting o, Healesville branch of the Alfre pital Auxiliary will he held in t: morial Hall on Thursday afte next, March 4. All members at 'ed to attend. An appeal for j being made, and jars will be as at the meeting. ...

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Healesville Shire Council (Continued from page 1) RANGER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

Healesville Shire Council -.-. -- --V ? (Continued front page 1) RANGER'S IIEPORT. Mr. Cornish reported that during the month he had not impounded any stock, but eight head of cattle were released before reaching the pound. He collected two stray dogs off the street, and was able to find a home for them. At the various camping sites there was only o:ne camp for the Australia Day holiday.--Adopted. HEALTH INSPECTOR'S REPORT. Mr. McKibbin reported that there had been no case of infectious disease. Inspections of various shop and other premicco, including n boarding house and a bakehouse, had, with these two exceptions, shown fairly satisfactory conditions. The conditions at both of these premises were so far sub-stan dard as to necessitate a special notice in each case, with final warnings. Several septic tanks inspected were found to be functioning well. Notices had been issued in respect of two sep tic tanks and drainage, both defective. Sanitary and garbage services and disposals w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

J. FAIBAK ... NICHOLSON STREET I"- 'Phone Healesville 135 D?" ~aIVI RS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE' ... , IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST . OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY IMhEAT 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 ............................................. ... . . ........---- ----- ------------ -- *** . .......................i............... . NEW HEALESVILLE Sarryi g Service JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - " - HEALESVILLE 'Phone 182 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE' CARRYING SERVICE 'll Kinds of Goods Delivered Promptly, and Carefully to Any Part of the District ALL TRAINS MET LOWEST RATES CHARGED I Trial Respectfully Solicited . .............................................. ....................................................... ii . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

Auction Sale. On Wednesday, March 3, on the pro perty at 2.30 p.m., the farm known as "Lexington," Yarra Glen, in the es tate of the late Mrs. R. E. Clarke, will be sold by Messrs. Sydney H. Brad shaw, Healesville, and Allan Brown, Croydon, auctioneers in conjunction. The property comprises an eight roomed homestead and over 214'acres, with outbuildings and silo. It is sub'. divided into nine paddocks of flat and hilly country, and constitutes an ideal dairy farm. See advertisement. What- YOU .can do to help WIN THE WAR Wars are won by men plus equipment. It's good to know our fighting men are the finest and toughest in the, world, they've proved it on land, on sea and in the air. But' even they can't win unless they are properly equipped. We must give them the ships, planes, guns and tanks they need. TO DO THIS we must spend less on ourselves-lend more to Australia., We must lend -not just our spare money but every penny we can scrape together. HERE IS WHAT YOUR MONEY CAN 'BUY 6d. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK SURGEON-DENT IST VISITS IHEALE? i';LLE EVERY SATUIRDAY FOItTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS 0I Dates are as follow: /SATURDAY, MARCH Oth SATURDAY, MAIRCII YOth City Address: : LSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 I-ealesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 210 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD ,VISITS 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 IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER ULIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE 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., MELB. Cent. 2197 :If O t :j o ii....

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Healesville Shire Council MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 February 1943

Healesville Shire Council   MONTHLY MEETING. MONTHLY~ MEETING. Present: Crs. Cameron (president), Kay, Dawborn, Johnston, Mowle and Cook. CORRESPONDENCE. Country Roads Board, anent sup ply of crushed rock for Myer's Creek road,. and intimating that it had ap proved of the material being supplied by the council, at a cost of 12/6 per, cubic 'yard.-Received. Same, regarding Job No., 73F/260 (Smith's road, Toolangi), that it had approved of the work being done by day labor, at an estimated cost of £347/i/-; also that the board had ap proved of incidental expenditure of £38/10/6 for culverts and freight, £56 for ironwork and £2 for petroleum jelly, etc., and ·the council would be reimbursed seven-eighths of the expen diture incurred.-Received. Same, forwarding circular regarding the supply of concrete pipes, culverts and vitrified stoneware pipes, etc. Referred to office. Scott and Furphy, concerning Gran ton Sawmills and Timber Seasoning Pty. Ltd., forwarding surveyor's fi...

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Card Party AT "CRANBROOK LODGE." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

Card Party AT "CRANBRPOOI LODGE." A very successfui card night was held in "Cranbroo!i Lodge," Heales ville, on Monday. to aid our bush nursing hospital. seventy-four people were present, and as the night was for card players only, this must be considered very satiofactory, subscrip tions amounting to :7/8/-. Donations of refreshments were re ceived from the foll?,wing:-Messrs. J. Fairbank, Newton and Jury, W. T. .W. T. Watters, M. G. Dawborn, J. Carkeek, A. Dyso!.. Alex. Christie, "Cranbrook Lodge.'' "Montpellier," a?cdacmes Tiall, 'irawley. Haymes, Adam, Snell, McGly n, Cleary, Gerdes, 'Wallder. Alexand,.'. Bath, Cornish, Miss Dennis. Cash donations came from Mrs. Alexander, 10 /: Mrs. Gerdes, 10/; Mrs. Sones, 5/-; Mrs. H-tymes, 5/-; Mr. J. Kennedy, 5/-: Mr. and Mrs. Strachan Smith, 4/-; Miss math, 3/-; Anony mous, 2/; Miss f:haw, 2/; Mr. M. Hodges, 2/-; Mrs. McGlynn, 2/-; "Healesville Sports." £2/2/-. Mr. M. ,Hodges donated one advertisement, 4/-; and Mrs. Crawley hand-made handk...

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St. John's Harvest Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

,St. John's Harvest Festival. The harvest festival in St. John's, Healesville, last Sunday was a huge success. The church was very. taste 'fully decorated with corn, maize and ivy, and the altar and organ bedecked with white dahlias and pink lilies. The decorating was in the capable hands of Mesdames Jeffery, Stanley snr. and N. Reed. Mrs. Raff. officiated at the organ, in the absence of Mrs. Brad shaw. The chief feature was the morn ing service, when G, children partici pated. Their gifts were placed on a large table provided for the purpose. The vicar (Rev. S. J. Muxworthy) gave an appropriate address ,to the children, basing his remarks on the parable of the sower. In the evening popular harvest hymns were sung. The gifts were securely packed and for warded to the Mission of St. James and St. John, while perishable goods were taken to the local bush nursing hospital. The vicar, who was assisted by Mr. L. J. Adam, expressed grati tude to all who had helped make everything so pleas...

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Chronicles of "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

Chronicles of "The Ferns" Fancy dress parades have been pop ular at "The Ferns" of late, and one on Thursday, 18th inst., netted £5/8/ for the local Bush Nursing Hospital. Prizes were awarded as foIlow:-Most Original Costume.-Ladies, Miss Phyl lis Joyce (Rebecca at the Well); gen tleman, Mr. J. V. Noon (a curate). Most Humorous.-Lady, Mrs. Wiles (It Happened One Night); gentleman, Mr. Joyce (swagman). Mrs. Seaborne made a stately and colorful Britannia, while exotic in pic turesqueness, and objects of great in terest to the curate, were the Misses Lilian Joyce and Nancy Sutherland as Hawaiian girls. Mrs. E. Owler looked chic in her ersatz costume "No Cou-+ pons," and Miss Joyce Protheroe very appealing as "Just a Kid." Miss Doro thy Hemer made an alluring gipsy, and Miss Joyce an attentive waitress. Mrs. Simmonds led "Kindly Light" ra diantly, with a candle, and Messrs. Duffy and Hill struck a humorous note as Laurel and Hardy. Mr. Arthur Ja cobs looked suitably sinister as a gangst...

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[?] Shire Appointments To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

To the Editor. - soothing syrup tThe d yoE. D w born has fail inered y r. Iowle, who still Sact3 Citude ,.1 won't be happy the attitu r. owle's letter-a ; et .ffortt incoherent, irrele ,ble e -eis merely an ex ad sapPintment and frus n. retepye remember that r.te et =ojourn" as "boss" or Cr. ' paid bills amounting to -ac, of unp)was left for his suc o1rrclean UP. Not a very good r to clean r councillor profess rrond oerned for the financial to be cone hire. When I was are ols. for departed glories! : alas. r, etc. .T. B. COOK. Heales ,2/3/43

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Healesville Water Trust MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

Healestille Water Trust , ?V MONTHLY MEETING. Present: Cmrs. Dawborn (chair man), Cameron, Cook, Johnston, Kay, Strachan-Smith and Mowle. CORRESPONDENCE. R. L: Cousins, for permission to ,main with a 6ftv x 3in. T.P. and thence a tin. pipe to his property.-Referred to engineer, on motion of Cmrs. Mowle and Kay. F. Johnstone, for permission to con nect a 2in. fire service to Taylor's saw mill.-Engineer to report, at instance of Cmrs. Kay antd Mowle. Same, for permission to re-conriect the din. pipe to Golf House and extend it to McGrettori's property.-Granted, on motion of Cmurs. Kay and Mowle, at annual cost of £1 for use of an ad joining service, plus £2 for wt.ter. State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, asking if ,trust required an additional loan.-Resolved, on pro posal of Cmrs. Kay and Strachan 'Smith, that matters of additional water supply and loan requirements 'be referred to engineer for report. Same, reminding trust that no ac 'tion had been taken regarding audi tor's. i...

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