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

To the Editor. -our heading, 'Everybody Sir, apparently provoked Cr. ppt" appre I made no disparag remanks My statement Was clear correct was not "contacted," If Cr. l with him, as he elimin ifaultself from "contact." He really e his own eliminato by Leing applicant for a position in the offlce. So if there was a "fault," even a "shock," the blame must on himself. ne president clearly explained t had been done, and I would st that Cr. Morle get into step stop throwing the spanner into works. Our duty is to pull our weight , at the same !time keep our eyes the japs.--durs, etc., W. J. DAWBORN. Healesville, 3/3/13.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Healesville State School [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

ealesville State School SMiss Chapman, who returned to ealesville at the beginning of the ar, has been transferred to take rge of the country school at Mt. cles, Leongatha. She is replaced on e Healesville staff by Miss K. Tal t, of Warragul. Miss E. Weatherall, formerly of the ff, has been transferred to tempo duties in Melbourne. The school has now raised over 300 for the purchase of war savings rtificates. The Public Works, department has ken levels at the top of the school ound, with a view to levelling it off d providing a better playing area r scholars. The triennial elections for school ummittees are now due.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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I Once Met Gandhi (Specially written for "The Healesville Guardian") [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

i Once Met Gandhi By Robert Eadie, M.B.E. (Specially written for "The Heales ville Guardian") When Gandhi went to South Africa in the early nineties, he went as a British Indian gentleman of caste and culture. He went as a barrister to fight for what he considered the rights of the Indians. He possessed an evening suit, frock coat, top hat, and refused to wear a ready-made tie. He had, whilst in residence in Lon don, trained himself in the ways of a typical English gentleman. He stud ied the violin, elocution and dancing. He also became proficient in the French language. The time for Gandhi's visit to South Africa could not have been more in opportune, for the country was full of post-war troubles, enmities and needs. Gandhi went to South Africa, not to stay, but for a professional purpose. He had remained, while one need after another presented itself to him, think ing that next month, or the month after, he would retire to India. He stayed on and practised his profession as a soli...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

SINS RNOTICES DeSirous of Purchasing or Spropertles in Healesville and ndi Districts should consult ,J. DAVBORN eal Estate and Business Agent S Property 'Salesman; ITi Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths ICOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 Y Boots Task In the worker's daily routine his boots are an important item of his attire. They must be strongly made to stai;d hard usage, the soles must be firm and yet not too heavy rnd the quality of materials thi-oughout must be of the very Hcr. you will find just the ir-:: i::d of boots for work Slý: at prices you are prepared t:; pay. Ca.I :l d see for yourself. Ma@Donald's SHOE STORE 1 Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS Mlullett & Langford SOLICITORS BOLICITORS a:nd COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 95. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pierce and Bradslhaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: seatesville 39 MMU 4360 mu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

J. rAIRK BA K NICHOILSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY. .• . Public Notice All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES .. . . ............................."................. ......... . ..*.................".** ** *..* Ogrryi n , service NEW HEALESVILLT " JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - HIALESVRLLE 'Phone 133 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 A Trial Respectfully Solicited .................................................................... .................. DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Fire! Protect Your Homes and Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlemen.t, with Full Co mpensatison . Assured, by Insuring with Sydney H. Bradshaw Representativ...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 24 and 25. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

.Market Report P.IELBOURNE PIG MARKET. February 2-i and 25. T. Shaw Logan and Co. still secure prices that should make pig raising a profitable business. Their report on last week's activity hears out this con tention, as the following figures will show:- Stores.-Steady enquiry for all classc, 13/- to 48S/-. Porkers.-Keenly sought and dearly bought, 45/- to 85/-, extra to 99/6. Baqkfatters.-Very high still. We secured £12/16/- and £12/4/- for S. Berry's, £12/11/- and £10/0/- for R. Andrews, £11/9/- A. G. McPhee, £9 11/- A. E. Humphreys, qtc. Baconers:-Heavies selling well, me dium and light 10/- easier. We sold four A. Razes at £7/12/-, five R. An drews at £7//,-, two R. Peters at £7/1/-, two J. O. Walker at £6/17/-, five Vic. Edwards at £6/12/6, four D. Peele at £6/0/6; seven F. G. Roberts at £5/19/-, nine A. A. Chisholm at £5/1]S/, six Joe Garham at £5/17/6, three J. G. Bell at £5/15/6, three L. McLarcn at £5/13/6, seven T. Stewart at £5/11/6, seven A. Davey at £5 10/6, four H. J....

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Eleanor Powell To-Night HOLLYWOOD BEAUTIES IN [?] AHOY!" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

Eleanor Powel To-Night • - V.-.--.. HOLLYWOOD BEAUTIES IN AHOY!" A delightful combination of ing and music by Eleanor Pow Tommy Dorsey's orchestra, with dy by Red Skelton, is on the 'the Healesville talkies this when "Ship Ahoy!" is showing Eleanor Powell offers five co ly new dance routines. In o actually taps out a Morse cod ,sage, to notify her friends that agents are operating. There Is attempt at serious plotting, the arrangement being happily ded to mirth. Red Skelton is, as usual., ini in his comedy role as the sui :Miss Powell. Virginia O'Bri, 'Bw't Lahr add to the amusemen sings in a comedy number, whi!e carols "I'll Take Tallulah." A chorus of Hollywood beaut pears with Eleanor Powell and vides eye-provoking atmospher .her remarkable dancing.

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"Arline" Hears [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

"Arline",% Hears -v That Messrs. Kestle Bros., Heales-. le's east-end grain and produce erchants, recommend the use of lierval" to keep stock in healthy adition. "Merval" is packed in 11 tins and offered at low cost., ecta Bloc" is a highly concentrated infectant, and each brick makes bree gallons. The bricks are priced S2/- each a, Messrs Kestle Bros., d only a few are available. To void disappointment, purchases of, ese commodities -should be made im ediately, while supplies last. That f2/3/- was raised ,to aid the ush nursing hospital building fund a euchre party and dance in the alais last Saturday. The ladies' euchre prize was won by Mrs. Heri tage, and the gent's by Mr. Olney, who donated his prize to the proceeds. Miss Ronda Cochran presided in the ticket box, Mr. Olney conducted the euchre, and Mr. I. W. Gardiner M.C.'d the dancing. Music was supplied by the Popular local trio, Mr. and Mrs. J. larmston and Mr. C. Scott.% About eighty patrons attended the entertain ment. That...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

(e t: e t %x ! thlt oyrl'y ye r moe yl b eo Only your money can buy the arms our troops need for victory. HAre is what Save, by avoiding all unnecessary spending, and lend your savings to Your Mosey ee. Btl?y Australia. Thus, you give proper Yur Moni Ca By backing to our armed forces and build yourself a valuable asset for 6 d. r a ,-,g the future. a "-" Stagy Has Your Street a A 16/- ý -; ar S°n?'I War Savings Group? WAR, Every street may partici"- SAi? IGS pate in Australia's War SR y01 a Naortoi? Seavd?g Savings Drive. When a STREETL Bond. group in your Street hba been formed, a sign will be erected in a prominent position. An authorised col. Or you may mak an advance Ilector will call on youn. subscripton to the next War Form a Group of your own Loan at any Bank, Savings Bank If no one has called on you so for. or Stockbroker. app?l at your loeal Council Chambers for on Voluntary Worker's Badge and start a group yourself. "Nothing matters V SAVE now bt VICTORY! SAND LEND S.3827 ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

IN MEMORIAM DENNEHY.-In loving memory of Arvon, killed in action March 2nd, 1941, at Benghazi, dearly beloved fourth son of Mrs. Dennehy and the late Mr. Dennehy; loving brother of Bob, Arthur, Bert, Meg (Mrs. Ash- ton), Peggy and Reg; loved cousin of Frank (A.I.F.); aged 26 years. He died that we might live. BEREAVEMENT THANKS Mrs. H. G. PHILIPPE desires to Thank her many friends for kind messages of sympathy received follow- ing the sad passing of her brother. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal expression of thanks. Lilydale road, Healesville. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Ahnual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 Letters, contributions, etc., welcome. All, communications to be addressed to the editor, who does not necessarily identify himself with correspondents' views. SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1943

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 March 1943

DENTIST.; MR. H. S'I' CK SURGEON-DI;:: '1ST VISITS IIEALES V;'i,LE •VE? Y SATUitD 'Y FOiRTNIGHT at the MAROONDAHI TEA ROOMS j, ' Dates are as follow: SATURDAY, MARCHI th SATURDAY, MARCH 20th City Address: II. ALSTON BUILDINGS S 2 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Oentral 2507 Healesyille 1-51 MR. FRANK H. COOk SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD jY CAULFIELD SVISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY IL TrFlURSDAY i" 2 p.nf. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment i AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY ja Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WREN YOU WANT GOODS DL1ViERED PROMPTLY TO ANY JiPART OF 'tHic IIEALESVILLE DIStRICT MAURICE CHANDLER OLt AV'EnUE, EiEALISVILLE 'Pilote 121 All fl8s of Ckrryltig Effected Safely AD A?' LOWEST ;-ATES LADIES--WiHY WORtY? Write E. M. Poulton 1P'ECIAL l k1EIAN iEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE VIEAKNESSES SAFE AND bFiECTIVE 'i'ce, 5/- lot Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Mdn arid Womnen will find it of great interedt All Correspondence treated Stridtly Confidential 1065 BOIJRRE ...

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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943

Racing -----^- Selections for Newmarket Day are as under March Nursery. Grey Box ...... ...... ....... . 1 Lawrence .............. . ..... ... - 2 Helleon ..... ........ .. ... . 3 -St. Leger Stakes Salrina ...... 1 Blue Valley ..... ...... ..;.. .. .;..:. . 2 East End: .. ..... . 3 Sires' Produce Stakes. . ; Precept :... ...... ...... ..... ; . 1.;. .. . 1 Sirius .....:. .... ..... . . r 2 ' 4. Sim m ering ..... ....... .....'.: ..; : '. 3 . . Newmarket Haiidicap. Scarlet To .... A rt Union . . .... ...... ...; ... ... '.. 2 M illais 3.... . ~ ... ..: ...._ 3 Flemington Handicap. Portfolio .... . .. .... . ' .... .. 1 Lem act ........ ......... .. :.. : 2 Spirak .... .. . ... ...... .;. .. ..... 3 Brunswick Stakes. : Londoner ... ..... .... ... .... i, . 1 Su'nrocks ... .... .. .: ',2 '. Sangallo .... _ .... ... .... ... 3

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Liberty Loan Quota HEALESVILLE ASSESSED AT £15,000. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943

Liberty Loan Quota HEALESVILLE ASSESSED AT £15,000. Healesville's quota to the Third Liberty Loan is £15,000 and 200 sub scribers. This Liberty Loan is the largest in our history, in that every pound of the £100,000,000. Australia is seeking must be all new cash. In the third Liberty Loan campaign the number of invididual subscribers produced by each town will again be equally as important as the amount of money raised. Y" .... i

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Healesville Victory Club RED CROSS AIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943

Healesville Victory Club RED CROSS AIDED. The monthly euchre and dance or ganised by the Healesville Victory Club to aid the local Red Cross, and held in the Palais on Friday night of last week, proved another big success, the attendance numbering 244, in cluding 40 euchre players. Euchre prizes were anhexed by Mrs. H. Rutzou and Mrs. Landy, who tied in the ladies' event, the former returning her share to the fund. Mr. D. Daly won the men's trophy, and the booby consolations went to Mrs. Hobson and Mr. W. McLeish. The Monte Carlo was won by Mr. T. McDonald and partner, and a statue dance, won by a visiting couple, caused a lot of laughter and fun for onlookers. A doll donated by Mrs. R.. Coates was won by Mrs. J. Brenda, the win ning number being C2. It netted £7 10/-. Bright music was supplied by Se bire's orchestra. The euchre tourneys were conducted by Mr. Olney, and Mr. I. W. Gardiner, in his usual role, M.C,'d proceedings. Donations were gratefully received from Mr. G. Stainton...

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Cr. Mowle Replies To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943

Cr. Mowle Replies To the Editor. Sir,--Your publication on Gth inst. of letters by Crs. Cook and Dawborn certainly deserve a little comment. They~ apparently had dictionaries at their sides.' Cr. Dawborn asserts that his statement was clear and correct; that, of course, is his own opinion. He insinuated that I am throwing "spanners into the works," causing dissention. How about the following "spanner" he sent me from Sydney on 27/11/41, in connection with the waterworks: "I sent a note to Mr. .Burnside, ask ing that he investigate an anonymous report which I received concerning water supply. I have' no recollection of the matter ever coming before the trust. If the supply came from the main, a charge should be made. All those using water under agreements should be increased on the same basis as the ordinary consumers-about 33 1-3rd per cent. at least." I waited for Cr. Dawborn to return from Sydney, and when he happened to take the chair at the Water Trust meeting, about twelve mont...

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This Week's Good Cause. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943

SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1943 This Week's Good Cause. Ladies are invited to lend their patronage to a card party organised by the Healesville Blind Auxilliary to raise funds for the blind babies' nur sery. Euchre and bridge prizes have been donated by the Misses Dennis, and a home-made cake and produce stall will be supervised, as usual, by Miss Dulcie Taber. Afternoon tea will be provided, and donations of cakes, etc., will be gratefully receiv ed by the social committee. Swimming Tests. On Wednesday two experts from the Education department visited Healesville to examine candidates for the department's senior swimming certificate and the Royal Life Saving Society's medallion. The certificate was for swimming in clothes, diving, and 100 yards' swim. The medallion, .for which contestants must be at least 13 years of age, placed more stress 'on rescue work in the water, 100 yards' breaststroke, and 5,) yrds' backstroke. The following gained the medallion:-Valda Dyson, Eunice Murrell, R. B...

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

Croydon Market -v * Heavy yarding of all classes. Pigs, 'sheep and calves on the rise. Milking cows £13/10/-, heifers £12 "10/-, springing cows £12 backward •cows £8/10/-; yearling heifers 80/ to 105/-; store cows £6/10/- to £8 110/-; fat cows £13/15/-; beefy cows I£11/10/-; choppers £6/10/- to £9/10/; crackers up to £6. " Calves.-Very dear.' Large vealers £8/10/- to f12/17/6, small £6/6/- to /?8; calves 50/- to 100/-, small 25/ Ito 45/-, light weights to 20/-. Pigs.-Great sale. Heavy porkers :80/- to 120/-, medium 78/- to 95/-, light 65/- to 75/-, killable to 60/-; backfatters £8; chopping sows £6 10/-; porker stores 43/- to.50/-; slips 30/-. to 40/-; suckers 12/- to 33/-. Sheep.-Quality good, prices very irm. Lambs--suckers to 28/5, woolly 27/9; two-tdoth ewes 23/-, four-tooth 21/4, full mouth 22/10; four-tooth wethers 27/3, full mouth 23/6; store ,rams 17/-. i Poultry.-Still selling well. Cocker els 18/-, draklings 13/-, colored hens 1:14/-, cock chickens 11/-, stags 9/-, chicken...

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Obituary MR. R. H. FALCONBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943

Obituary /---- b.IDDGE. I F.LCON c. d throughout distpric last Sunday .le di . ic ichard Henry g ? of . -hha road, aged . rida ell y nu"h and highly . ident r. Falconbridge eassociated with the pr i llan?ld but subsequently bof laon the board of man iced Oresbyterian Church, t e, ardent supporter of the Sbuid the beautiful edifice i aces the nIain street of t obridge was a cabinet trade,an lived afor a b od on property contiguous leigh Lodge." He worked drse in conjunction with Mr. days a Smith it the erection of in the district. homes dPresented to the adeChrc the lovely com 1eria n admirable example on table-ahip which has a crafts honored name. The Sain his bearinThis do ye in remem iofe," was carved out of solid b . Falconbridge, and is douhired his life Mr. Falcon lways evinced a keen interest eIical affairs, and voiced his frankly and in a manner evidenced his keen knowledge tional poblems His ser realways readily availed of neer for candidates, and he aa an official for Feder...

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Shire Matters [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943

Shire _ latters E S-----V - Further -letters dealt with at the last meeting of the Healesville Shire Council included the following: Mrs. Ada S. Mowle, stating her pre paredness to co-operate with the coun cil regarding the supply of crushed rock in the Toolangi district.-Office to attend. Mrs. C. Muriel Snell, superintendent Red Cross Emergency Service Com pany, for permission to use the sup per room for emergency meetings, and asking the council to authorise expenditure in council's name when necessary.-It was resolved, on the motion of Crs.- Mowle and Johnston, to make the supper room available. Healesville Police, drawing atten tion to the dangerous junction of Badger Creek and Baker's roads, where a fatal accident occurred re cently, and suggesting that some ac tion be taken.-On the motion of Crs. Mowle and Johnston, it was decided to refer the matter to the public works committee, and inform the police that some remedial action would be taken. APPLICATIONS. A permit was grante...

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

NICIIOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST ! (i -OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY .M ....................................................................................... ............................... Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE , STILL 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 Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES , ............-..............**************........... 5.*.. ". . I"" : NEW HEALESVILLE CGarryi ng Service JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - - HEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE .l1 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 Fire! Protect Your Homes and Furniture r By Ge...

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