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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943
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 t? sacrifice quality and comfort by seeking cheaper lines. Bartold's Pharmacy Opp. P.O., HEALESV1LLE. Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress ,........ ..................... . For Foot Comfort WEAR HEALTH SHOES In Half Sizes SCIENTIFICALLY MADE BY DR. ST. JOHN and DR. ELGAN ALSO AVAILABLE Rubber Heels in all sizes A. Harry Blackwood The Up-to-Date Shoeman Nicholson St. Healesville Telephone 163 ................................................ .................................-................... ?-.u Healesville SFurniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SHOPPIN( CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought HIGHEST PR1CES GIVEN SPECI...
Chronicles of "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943
Chronic es of "The Ferns" Fancy dressm?nrades maintain nOP ularity, and one on the 4th inst. rais ed £7/9/- for the local bush nursing hospital, prizes being awarded as fol low:-Most original character-ladies Mrs. Semmel (Starry Night), gentle men, Mr. Semmel (WVhy did I kiss ,that girl?. Best sustained characters -ladies, Misses Longbody and Black man (nurse and patient); gent, L.A. C. Allan Pittock (Leery Liz. Most humorous-ladie.:. Mrs. A. Cottrill (Killarney Kate): gent., Mr. McWat ers (absent-minded parson). Special prizes-Miss Peggy Turner (football results;) Mesdames Stewart and A. MacKenzie (Siamese twins). Other characters noticed were Miss Iris Crawford (Fair Dinkum Aussie), Miss J. McWaters (No More Strikes), Mrs. McWaters (Good-night Ferns), Mrs. Galbraith (That Kruschen Feel ing), Miss Buston (Sleep-walker), Miss Mollie Bailey (Ease before Ele gance), Miss Maisie Scott (Film (Struck). and Miss Muriel Major (Knight of the Bath). A program of dancing followed, varied with...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943
DENTISTS MR. H. STrCK m I SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS IIEALESV:LLE ]*VERY SATURDIAY FOiRTNIGIIT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS W7 Dates are as follow: J S SATURDAY, 3IAIRCII 20th City Address: AiLSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: nentrat 2507 -- Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST I 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD ,VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 k\. Or by Special Appointment SA'T BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS fAIVVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER E AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 .AlU 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 anxd Women will find it of great interest. All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 185 BOURKE ST., MELB. Cent. 2197 .If Out of Sorts Even ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943
BIRTH COATES (nee Ryan).-On March 6th, at Bush Nursing Hospital, to Able- Seaman Reg., and Pat, a daughter (Beverley Joyce). DEATH NOTICE FALCONBRIDGE.-On March 7th, at his home, Fernshaw road, Heales- ville, Richard Henry, dearly beloved husband of Mabel, loved father of Merna, Sylvia (Mrs. Sutton), and Joyce (Mrs. Fuller), father-in-law of Jack and Charles, dear pa-pa of Patty and John; aged 80 years. Peacefully sleeping. IN MEMORIAM BANCELL.-In loving memory of my mother, Elizabeth Ann, died March 15th, 1933. Memories. -Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Eileen and Murdoch Olney, Healesville.
[?]alesville Bush Nursing Hospital [?]PLENDID PROGRESS MADE. [?]cially compiled by R. R. Cochran, Hon. Secretary. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943
alesville Bush Nurs ing Hospital .V LENDID PROGRESS MADE. ally compiled by R. R. Cochran, Hon. Secretary. me very interesting information pplied from the Healesville Bush sing Hospital register. We have completed eight months of our year's operations, and figures very clearly that by the finan position after the initiation stage, by the progress the hospital is ing, and the outside support we receiving, the hospital has firmly red its value to ,the district. uring our first year (1940-41) we led 105 in-patients, with a daily pled bed average of 3.55 patients. gress was more than maintained ing the second year (1941-42), a 136 in-patients received treat at, while the daily average rose to beds occupied. o the end of February, 1943a- t months of our third year, we 'e treated 123 in-patients, the in ased daily average being 6.2 occu d beds. Such steady progress over the per since the inception in 1940 has uldated all arguments whether the trict could afford to maintain such hospital, L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943
- ui lSf- OTICES D0irous of purchasing or i properties in Healesville and ji d Districts should consult J.DA BORN eI Estate and Business Agent Property!iSalesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths HOLSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 ------ - - - - - - . .,. . . SBoots KL ± Are Equal o t:e He~ý?aviest Task In the worker's daily routine s' haots are an important item of his attire. Toy must be strongly made to t.?nd hard s:age, the soles must be fi;ra and yet not too heavy and the quality of materials thIro?;hout must be of the very hlr: you will find just the rift: !::ad of boots for work car. at prices you are prepared to pay,. Call and cee for yourself. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLIOITORIB Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS LICITORS and COMIMISSIONERS FOR AIFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 395 COLLINS ST., MIELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR. HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pieree and Bradslt.aw's Buildings Between the inurs of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. E...
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET March 3rd and 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET March 3rd and 4th. Last week's session at the Mel bourne pig market for Messrs, T.i Shaw Logan and Co., who had a pen ning of 1643 pigs. This is what their 'report says:- Pigs penned, 1643. We sold.627 tpigs and 47 calves. Stores.-Steady enquiry. Suckers '12/- to 20/-, stores 22/- to 52/-.' Porkers.--A keen demand for all descriptions at fully .late rates. We had a stinging sale throughout, 42/ to 55/-, 56/- to 66/-, 67/- to 77/-, extra to 96/6. Backfatters.-A wonderful sale all through, at last week's values. We se !cured £12/11/- for H. G. Mayo, £1/1// 'for T. Forest, £10/14/- for J. Oakley snr., £10/1/- T. Pullen, £9/161/- J.Mcc Cartin; £9/1/- A. phillips, £8/16/- C. Cock, £8/14/- M. Williams, and many more. Baconers.- A steady enquiry at slightly better figures. We sold many tops, including eight F. and G. Cole-* man at £6/18/6, five R. Mayor at'£6 16/6, six Holloway. Bros. at £6/12/6, 'four John Campbell at £6/10/0, four P. Elliott to £6/9/6, ...
"Arline" Hears— [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943
"Arline" Hears- That the Presbyterian Ladies' Guild" will hold an :Australian tea in the Presbyterian. Sunday school ; hall 'next Thursday afternoon,; at 3 o'clock. All are invited "to go along and; take a gift and: buy a gift.: ,Afternoon tea will be served,, and local artists will render musical items. Keep thiasdate free. That Mi. A. Harry Blackwood now has in stock a plentiful supply,'of both Dr. Elgan's and Dr. St. John'shealth shoes. These lines of footwear, are scientifically made to ensure ' the greatest degree of comfort and. foot support. Sewn soles and guaranteed arch supports, combined with good leather, make these shoes good. buy ing, especially when 'cost must. be counted in coupons. Also available at Mr. Blackwood's 'up-to-date- boot stare is a large supply of rubber heels for ladies' and men's wear. That an order affecting boarding house keepers was issued on Wednes day by the Minister of Customs (Sen ator Keane), it was declared that, all meals, . refreshments, :boa...
Barak's Painting To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 March 1943
Barak's Painting To the Editor. Sir,-Regarding the Barak painting mentioned in last issue, I desire to state that it was presented to the sanctuary museum by me; also a photograph of Barak, the artist, at work painting the picture. Both these pictures are interesting and valuable relics of King Barak. I have ascer- tained that the painting is still in the museum.-Yours, etc., ETHEL M. SHAW. Healesville, 8/3/43.
Literary Memoirs CYNTHIA STOCKLEY—NOVELIST OF AFRICA. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 March 1943
Literary Memoirs ! ? ___--V------- CYNTHIA STOCKILEY--NOVELIST OF AFRICA. To the Editor. Sir,-I have just re-read one of the many novels written by Cynthia Stock ley. I understand that her hoolts are widely read by subscribers to your excellent library. With this in mind, it is possible that a short sketch of an event in her early life might in terest, some of her readers. I think it ;- n i- : tlt' that I was in Johannesburg. and was residing at the Grand National Hotel for a few days. Seated at my right hand at the dining table was a vivacious and rather attractive young lady. She ap peared to be quite a girl, but was probably a good deal older than she looked. There was nobody to make introductions, so we entered into con versation without that formality. She was quite a brilliant conversational ist, and it was not difficult to assume that she could write well. Then she told me her name--Cynthia Stockley. I had read portion of a hook which she had recently written,, with an Africa...
Errol Flynn Here [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 March 1943
Errol Flynn Here -V "They Died With Their Boots On," to-night's Healesville talkie attraction, is the latest exciting film of the old !American west to take its place on the impressive list of productions us ing that colorful era for its setting. The picture stars Errol Flynn as 'Ge'eral George Custer, telling the story of his life from the time of his entry to West Point Military Academy until his memorable stand at the battle of Little Big Horn. All the tense ro mance and drama of his exciting life will be found in this epic film. It is the story of a man who lived, fought and loved with all the power 'his soul possessed. The role of Custer is tailored to '~lynn's measure. Custer had an un ,suppressible love for gallantry, color ,and, pyost of all, adventure. Charming Olivia de Havilland is co 'starred with Flynn in the.role of Beth 'Custer, his lovely wife who admired her husband's deeds but never lost track of the constant danger he faced.
Councillors at Variance To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 March 1943
Councillors at Variance1 To the Editor. Sir,-The words "incoherent," "ir relevant" and "frustration" were ap parently. a little too much for Cr s Mowle, but they are in common use, f and well understood. Cr. Mowle's last letter has the same qualties, and I have yet to see a clear and concise statement over his signature; so that the word "characiteristic" may also be used. For anyone holding an execu tive position, clear expression is a first s essential; those lacking this quality should be in the ranks of the super I vised. And fancy Cr. Dawborn taking no 1 tice of an anonymous communication and throwing a spanner from Sydney. Stout effort; but the distance was too far and the mark was missed. Took a risk, too; might have hit one of our Cabinet Ministers at Canberra and plunged the whole countryside into mourning. So. Cr. Mowle kindly con sented to throw the spanner; but it turned out to be not a spanner but a squib. His memory must be short if I he has forgotten what happened at ...
Press Guardianship. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 March 1943
Press Guardianship. 'If I were compelled to choose be tween the bureaucrats and the news, papers as guardians of the rights of ,the people, I would unhesitatingly' choose the newspapers," said Repre sentative Halleck, speaking in the .American House of Representatives at Washington recently. "Government officials sneer at the newspapers, yet they surround themselves with writers and publicists whose sole purpose is to gain publicity in the newspapers," he said. 'If you destroy the news papers you destroy one of the most ef fective internal instruments of war and peace; you destroy the people's confidence in their Government and make an Axis victory possible."
[?]omen Guard Against Enemy Planes [?]A.S. MAKES SPECIAL APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 March 1943
omen Guard Against Enemy Planes -----V--- AS. MAKES SPECIAL APPEAL e A.W.A.S. is making a special for recruits in anti-aircraft The age limits are 18 to 30 . Girls required are those who er a.healthy, active, outdoor life, who are prepared to qualify for I? promotion." This news was re ed yesterday from A.W.A.S. he'ad ers, with a special request that passed on to women of this dis Army authorities emphasises that Ie men at present retained orn anti craft stations in this State must quickly released for service further ard," the statement continued. Is can only be done if they are laced by fully trained wdmen. The uesary training casn readily be giv Provided women volunteer in suf lent numbers." Girls who have already enrolled for service are not only proving high efficient but state that they are Joying their work to the full. It is eresting work, vitally important, Srovides full scope for almost ery type of healthy womanhood. Re Ia serve at actual battle stations are trained in the...
THE EDITOR TO HIS CONTR[?]TORS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 March 1943
THE EDITOR TO IIIS COT TORS. Again we are obliged to an amount of late ropy, omh!. to it being lodged too late fr tion, editing and putblication, a repeat our former advice n tors to lodge. cotNy e:rily in r. whenever possible, in:tead it till Thursday; otherwise e. expecting it to appear in the sue. Further, letters to the ei contentious matters.shire affit suchlike-should bear the writer nature for publication. A these have been received of wherein stringent criticism fi on the administration of fairs, which the writers explet .take the' responsibility of ept while they themselves rn cnut a away. and we are left to Let( tu suit of their opProbriums._. ., are not prepared to do. A i given also to wrestlers with th pot not to besiege us on Satu with requests as to why their sions have not seen the light o in oun' columns. If they are not ed, then those concerned should without asking, that it is eit cause they were unacccntable or had to be held over. Road Fatality. At an inquest he...
Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 March 1943
Racing Selections for Australian Cup 'Day, at Flemington, are as under: The Leonard Stakes. Solstar .................. ..... .... ..... .. 1 R efractive .: ...... ........... ..... ...... 2 Blue Valley ..................... 3 Ascot Vale Stakes. Sirius ................. ................. ......... . 1. Lawrence ..... ........ ...... .. . 2 The Vanquisher ...... ...... ».... 3 C. V. Lloyd Stakes. Tranquil Star ..... ....... .. 1 Sun Valley ......... ...- - -- 2 Great Britain ............ ;... ...... 3' Australian Cup. Azores-..1...... . ............. - - 1 Blue Glide ....... .. . ..- »..... 2 Spirak ...... ....... .. . 3 Gibson Carmichael' Stakes. Simm ering ...... -............. .... .... 1 Brazen Jester ...... ...... 2 Grey Box ........... ...- - ... 3 Farewell Handicap. Sangallo ..... - , -- 1 Royal Decree ...... - -.. » - - 3 Sir Romeo ..-... - .- - -
[?] Poser for Cr. Mowle [?]UNCIL NOT LIVING WITHIN INCOME IN 1938," SAYS AUDITOR. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 March 1943
,OT LIVING WITHIN 1t31E IN 1O3s," SAYS 1-11 iAUDITOR. To the Editor. ,The d lance sheets hire give the correct 'state of S: hire lust be read as a whole. ce' atn t to the financial po a gatvte the figures from the and gretenber 30, 1938, when ornl on Sep.ort was as follows: heditor reaft increased during e o '?"/18, and now stands y ; 131,/ll. The increase during p55 two years is -2S 7/S/10, and uncil is not living within its in nhis position has arisen in S increase in receipts from Sof an public workls and services. e tine f ay visit a considerable he ti cheques were outstanding, to the bank limit on overdraft be re rhe The niacin increase dur achear under review occurred the headings of public works roadsh streets, bridges, footpaths, dpenditure in each case greatly ing the estimate. Shire Financially Involved. id anything be more condemna than that auditor's report, no who held the position of "boss," Sresidentship has been "chris during this discussion? The overdraft was reduce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 March 1943
BUSIMSf' NOTICESI - Desirous of putrchasing or properties in Healesville and in. Districts should consult J. J. DAV BORN Real Estate and Business Agent PropertylrSalesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Eeglstrar for Births and Deaths IC'OLSON ST., IHEALESVILLE ,Phone Heales. 42 Sý,,?", Boots a e Heaviest Task In the worker's daily routine Wh baots are an important item of .hi attire. Th?e nmust be strongly made to 'stcad hard usage, the soles must l. Err: and yet not too heavy ',i h quality of .materials t hr!t r::iout must be of the very iHro you will find just the r;ýht !t: l of boots for work we.:: at prices you are prepared to pay. Call and see for yourself. MacDonald's, SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS Mlullett s", Langf ord SOLICITORS GLICITORS and COMMIISSIONERSi FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. l5 COLLINUS 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 ealese 3Telephones:...
Our Hospital To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 March 1943
Our Hospital To the Editor. Sir,-As president of the bush nurs ing hospital, I would like to thank our secretary, Mr. R. R. Cochran, for his report. He has shown the progress of this important institution, of which we should all be proud; it has proved its usefulness and will be found a necessity, as accidents will always happen. Many residents have availed themselves of it. Think of the relief it gives to expectant mothers, who know of the expert service. Mr. Coch ran's figures speak for themselves. The building fund is one which we would like to see increased, knowing well that the present building is not suitable. We have the land-a gift to the committee-and it would be a happy day for all to have a new hos pital on it, to cater for emergencies and relieve anxiety for residents. Thanking you, Mr. Editor.-Yours, etc., ARTHUR G. KAY. &nbsp; "Greenhills," 15/3/43.