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Healesville Council (Continued from page 1) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
Healesville Council (Continued fro:n page 1) The work of raising the bridge has not yet been commenced, and addition al funds will be reqi;ired. Owing to hard nature of ex.:vation and the fact that the C.R.B. ;rant was based on an estimate over a year old, since when there has been a considerable rise in costs, the grounds of the re quest for additional funds were reas onable. The fact r.mains that with out use of this mechanical plant there will not be sufficient :men in the shire gang. ,or" suitabhle ,uipment avail able to complete this work before win ter. Until the bridge is lifted and re constructed, as approved by the C.R.B., full advantage cannot be talk en of the road during floods. A quotation from IMrs. Mowle for supply of fine crushed rock at 10/- per cubic. yard at the ceusher at Mick's Creek, on old Chum Creek road, was recommended to council for accept ance on 15th inst. Attention is called to damage beir:g caused to a light traffic road, such as Smith's' road, by timb...
"Arline" Hears[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
"Arline" Hears That the Healesville Bus Hospital building fund has £498/17/2. Amount prev0 knowledged, £413/ls/?. this receipts "The Ferns" Anonymous, £50; dance, £17/l That Miss Lucy Mowle is Melbourne, assisting with the of an ailing relative. That big crowds are expected talkies to-night. Both featu said to be excellent--'DannyB '"Silver Stallion." Some patrons mined to obtain good seats, ma ,reservations first thing on M3o That the hospital committee out in full force to conduct lagr dance. About 200 attended. As usual, Mr. I. W. Gardine ated as M.C.,, with Miss JoanC in the ticket box and Mr. T. Leish doorkeeper. Pearce B chestra rendered popular must That owing to Mrss. Orawle ness, Jack managed to come h three weeks' leave, to assist difficult itime. Frank is so North." That after church last Sun pleasant evening was spent i Presbyterian Sunday school hall, sixty guests being treated to Many delightful old hymns and songs were enjoyed while the boiled. Ladies brought basket! ...
Methodist Church SUCCESSFUL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
Methodist Church SUCCESSFUH SOCIAL. Under the auspices of the Heales e Methodist Ladies' Guild, a very cessful social evening was' held in church on Thulrsday of last week, iung in church funds benefiting to extent of about £10.. A well stocked produce, stall was lpfully availed of, and the :guild xes, with MrIs. Bason (president) dMrs. B. Newton (secretary), were lessin their efforts to ensure pleas-. t socialities. The Rev. Bason introduced Mrs. avis L. Loh, a Chinese lady, who ve an interesting address on China der the rigors of war. Organ solos were played 'by Mr. per, of the "Summerleigh Lodge" hool, vocal solos were rendered by esdames Jenkins and Purnell, Mrs. nner recited, and cornet solos were hyed by the Rev. Muxworthy. A tasty supper concluded an enjoy ble evening.
On Misuse of Tea Coupons. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
On Misuse of Tea Cohpons. The Director of Rationing has is sued' a warning that if C, coupons are used illegally to buy ted for children the offence can be easily detected. Is suing officers will check C. coupons used when the old books are present ed in order to optain new ones. C. coupons cannot-be used when the ra tion book. shows that the age of the child was under nine at ;the time the current books were issued, and traders should recognise that if they accept C. coupons from such children's ration books they are as culpable as the per rcn tendering the, coupons. The age of any child holding a ration book is shown on the inside cover, so traders are warned that they must check the ago on every child's ration book pre carited to them,when a tea purchase is made.
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. March 24 and 25. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. March 24. and 25. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. ten er the following bright report on ac vities at the Melbourne pig market alarch 24 and 25, as under: We sold 528 pigs and 47 calves. Stores.-Not selling quite so well: 6/- to 36/-, odd pens to 48/6. Porkers-Generally quieter, with not site the sting in the competition, and many cases lower values ruled, 45/ 85/6. Backfatters. - Heavy weights were ler a lot. Middle weights, if lean. Id fairly well. Tops made f£9/9/- to 12/14/-, others £5/14/- to £8/19/-. Oars 34/- to £6/15/-. .Baconers.-All .classes met steady -mpetition at late values. We had a lendid run, including twelve W. ristensen to £6/16/6, averaging £6 /-: four P. J. Elliott, Loch, at £6 13/6; two C. Ward at £6/14/-, six R. war at £6/13/-, three B. M: Cunning .am at £6/13/6; three John Campbell it £6/8/6, sixty-four' C. W. Scott (choicest of handy weights) £61/46, five A. Cunningham at £6/4/-, .four L. cLaren at £6/4/6, and many £5/10/ to ...
Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
Croydon Market Cattle, milking cows, porkers and fat sheep were in good demand. Milking cows up to £16/12/6, heif ers to £13/5/-, stale to £9/10/-; springing cows to £15;, heifers £1 10/-; backward cows £10/15/-; year I ling heifers 80/- to 95/-; store cows £6/10/- to £7/10/-; fat cows to £12 5/-; heifers £11/17/6; beefy cows £10 10/-; choppers to £8/17/6; crackers to £6/5/-; dairy bulls to £7/2/G. Calves.-Still selling well. Large vcalers £9/12/6, small SS/- to 130/-; calves 45/- to 70/-, small 25/- to 38/-, light weights to 26/. Pigs.-In grtat demand. Heavy por kers S8/- to 105/-, medium 70/- to 80/-, light to 65/-; light baconers 99/ to 120/-; boars 87/6; chopping sows £6/9/-; slips 28/- to 42/-; suckers 10, to 27/-. Sheep.-Lambs 28/5, suckers 27/7; plain 18/- to 23/-; two-tooth ewes 23/7, six-tooth 21/3, full mrouth 23/3; wether stores 11/- to 15/-, crac kers 5/- to 11/-. Poultry.-Prices good, supply not .sufficient for demand. Cockerels 17/-. draklings 16/10, hens 15/6, cock ch...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
DU5INI~ i NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and d istricts should consult J. DAX: BORN I Estate and Business Agent Propertyl iSal esman Kinds of Insurance Effected Iegistrar for Births and Deaths HOLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 The Shoes That ! ý M.EN LiU Best A 10 very man has i individual tes in Foot ear, and our ell assorted :? 1 ocke enable? a to please ^ every man. Our Shoes for ,: ' men include all .:'' shapes in black ?L::. , -;:v- , or tnan d half sizes are featur- - ed0Call in, be fited and save on shoes. MacDonad's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. BOLIOITORS Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS LICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS le., S.A., and Tas. 305 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND A.T THEIR HEALESV1LLE OFFICE Pierce and Bradslmw's Buildings ertweta the hours of 3 p.m. and G p.m. EVEity THURSDAY Telephones: '"Jonll3M "t'* .. .00O factfoies Jee f/,aI4e jt:: "r.:rii f: > ¾ S.STATE ELECTRICITY COMMISSION of VI'TORIA -w+ ME...
Field Marshal Smuts. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
Field Marshal Smuts. In forthcoming issues we will pub lish a highly interesting character study of Field Marshal Smuts, of Africa, the man with a past, a present, and who, if spared, will play a great part in the future reconstruction of a broken world. Our valued contribu tor, Mr. Robert Eadie, M.B.E., a per sonal friend of Field Marshal Smuts, is now engaged in writing his biogra phy, which will be published in instal ments. Healesville Red Cross. Miss Murton (secretaly) reports dc spatch of the following goods to head quarters:-Long sleeved pullovers, 8; long sleeved cardigans, 2; sleeveless pullovers, 6; scarves, 4; socks, 2 prs.; long socks, 1 pr.; pyjamas, 34 (18 cot ton and 16' silk); face washers, 70; dressing gowns, 9; locker bags, 6; woollen rg, 1; socks, I pr. (donation); long sleeved pullovers, 5; sleeveless pullovers, 2; long sleeved cardigan, 1; face washers, 40.1; pyjamas, 24; dress ing gowns, 6; toilet bag, 12; scarf, 1; draw sheets, 20; rgs, 3; pyjama pants, 7: lin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
J. 1NICHOISON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 D I[VERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANWI~It??. IN THE DISTRICT' WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE0 HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY Public Notice ALEX GHClISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT TIIE 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 = . .... ................................... * .....................................•....... ..,....;................".. .................................. ............ ...................._..** *....-/** *..*. .. NEW HEALESVILLE Ogarairryinig Service i t i, JOHN POMEROY FARNHIAM ROAD - - - - HEALESVILTE 'Phone 132 I Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE AMll Kinds of Goods Delivered Promptly, and Carefully to Any Part of the District ALL TRAINS MET LOWEST RATES CHARGED = A Trial Repectfully Solicited .ý: ................................. .-....
Up-North Exhibition (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
Up-North Exhibition (Contributed.) A magnificent display was staged in "The Herald" buildings on Thurs day and Friday of last week. It was described as an "Up-North" exhibitiori, and many interesting relics from'New Guinea were shown. Included were some splendid carvings from New Gui nea and adjacent islands, and an in teresting exhibit of native armor. Im plements as used by primitive men were shown in great variety. Birds, including the incomparable Birds of Paradise, were beautifully mounted ahd made a gorgeous display. Rock paintings and carvings done by primi itive man, and the many methods hy which raw .nature was utilised to-pro vide the requirements of our predeces sors, were all clearly demonstrated. A magnificent collection of enlarg ed photographs, lent by the Depart ment of Information, was also a fine contribution to an artistic and educa-' "tional exhibition. Probably there were ,others who. contributed to the success.of the un dertaking, but the man who was in defatig...
Healesville A.W.N.L. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
NNAL .IMEETING. AN e of the Heales r ac ual. .N L was held in St. l Friday of last week. e idet (iss Murton) welcom esire fonm central (Mrs. J. prpea er ad ,roceedings opened S?ner Sy mpathetic reference r, aoPho poas-ing of Mrs. Den a tddation m'ember of the a ound sidenr for twelve years. ch and 1pr, ils C. Dennis (secre Threpoed that c:nioflage net mak .how? carried on by some mem ~bei. of 12"1 nets being sent to atot General meetings were 4arters nd October. The branch IIud to a mobile canteen for trops were re-elected ex cff.be Adam who retired from Fr ic-pres??ent, and three com Smvi-erprs who were forced to tte nleoffice due to transport dif quosh war wa ork. Mrs. Raff was tto the committee, and as a Hyte - t egave an instructive drs. for which she was applauded, drete of thanlcs was conveyed her on the motion of Mrs. Raff, ed by Mrs i .,vlrence, of Yarra all was tastefully decorated by a?e ?Fletcher rnd Almond. The rin closed with the singing of the 1 i Anthem.
At "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
At "The Ferns" Following, a brief address on the work of the bush nursing hospital by Mr. Neylon, a committee was formed and erntertainments arranged for each hight of the week, prizes being award ed as follow:-Billiards: A. Grade. Winner, H. Bromley, of South Yarra (hcp. 20 break min.); runner-up, C. M. Neylon, Healesville (hcp. S break min.); best breaks by the winner. c7, 42, 41. B. Grade.-Winner, Mr. Ben son; runner-up, Mr. W. Day. Consul tati'on.-lst, Miss Heather: 'nd, Mrs. Jackson. Musical Groups.-Mrs. Dyke and Mrs. Sullivan, Mr. Carmody and Miss J. Griffiths. Hot Stick.-Mr. Roberts. Statue dances, Mrs. Dyke and Mrs. Forbes, Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Livingston. Peanut race, Miss J. Griffiths and Mr. Sullivan. Monte Carlo, Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Forbes. Raffle, Mr. Hutchinson and Mr. Mon aghan. The program was enlivened by com munity singing conducted by Mr. Brookshaw, pianoforte solos by Mai' celle, songs by Mr. McInnes, Miss Brownscombe, Miss L. Heather and Mrs. Cotterill; mouth ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
RE-CAPPING 3Iodaer 3lethod Tyre ReJuvenation 0?!O ,L TYRIE SERVICE Pty. Ltd, 1013 rhilte RIGrse Rd., Box Hill It takes a lot of money to run a war! MEN, maeiines, and muanlonal he vital to victory.., but money I; essendal that these things may be mainta?ted in ide. quate strengthl It takes money-lots of money--4o win a war, and that money can tnly come from yeo. . Every pound you can save is vital to Australia's war effort. Every pound you can lend-for you're not asked to give, remember-will help our fighting forces to victory, and you'll have your savings intact for spending in the peaceful post-war years. SO COME ON, AUSTRALIA! LET'S FILL THE LL 74.27 C" &lt;. ..}5e q(";}qAiw-- Y . " F; I child ... is certain to obtain the S utmost attention at our Spharmacy. That is why children are regularly and consistently sent to us for urgent requirements. Parents confidently rely on us to give CAREFUL, ATTENTIVE SERVICE TO EVEN THE SMALLEST CHILD. Bartold's Pharnacy _ Opp. P.O., HEA...
Healesville Shire Council MARCH MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
Healesville Shire Council MARCH MEETING. : _fi?,. Present. Crs. 'Cameron (president), Mowle, Cook, Batt, Huxham, John CORRESPONDENCE. - Public Works. Department, in?timat ing that plan and specification for construction' of two stone-in-mesh groynes on left bank of Watts River, near Donnelly's Creek junction, had been approved.-Received. Same, adviing fee payable to audi tor for audit of war damage insurance accounts.--Received. Same, that application for grant of. £100 for snagging Yea River had been referred to State Rivers and Water ISupply Commission, for consideration by the Rivers and Streams committee. -Received. State Electricity Commission, inti mating .?:hat public lighting agreement would be completed on 31/3/43, and (asking for information regarding new agreement.-To be supplied. Municipal Association, asking for copy of motions to be placed on busi ness paper for the next annual con ference.-Received. State Rivers Commission, regarding a:, plication made for grant towar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 April 1943
DENTISTS * MR. H. STOCK SURG'ON-Dn: rTIST VISITS IEA IA:S',ILLE EVERY SATURDI).Y FORTNIGHIT at the NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, APRIL 3rd SATURDAY, APRIL 17th SATURD)AY, MAY 1st SATURDAY, MAY 13th SATURDAY, MAY 29th SATURDAY, .JUNE 12th ,MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS City Address: ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Qentral 2507 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST * 210 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesvllie 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DEIIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF TIHE IEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER qOIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--VHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poutaon SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 6/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strict...
War on the Home Front [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943
War on the Home Front There have been strange goings on in..the hilly country around Lilydale during recent week-ends. It is said they have been associated with the training of the local company of the Volunteer Defence Corps, and, al though shrouded to a certain extent by a veil of mystery, there is the full knowledge that the manoeuvres which took place last week-end were instiut ed to bring along the V.D.C. men in the ways of night warfare, as well as the defence unit associated with the Postal department. These troops, heavily accoutred, made their way to the territory be tween Yeringberg and Gruyere, where the V.D.C., comprising platoons from Lilydale, Wandin, Seville, Healesville and Croydon, under the command of Captain'R. E. Goode, were given the task of assailing a position held by the Postal unit,, directed by Captain Cousin. The latter section wa. a signalling unit, whose duty it was to lay lines of communication to their base, which was located in the Gruyere area. The V...
"Arline" Hears [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943
"Arline" Hears - V----. That the hospital dance last Satur day netted (19/1/-, the attendance to talling 211. Gent's euchre prize won by Mr. T. Miller, the ladies' prize di vided 'between Mrs. T. Miller and Mr. Spratt (as lady). Mr. Gardiner M.C.'d, Mr. Olney captained the euchre, and Joan Cochran obliged in the cash kiosk. Hospital building fund receipts: "The Ferns," £9/11/9: dance, £19/1/-. The market fair for the hospital auxiliary next Friday will be opened by Cr. Kay. Mr. Everard, M.L.A., will be present. Mrs. Coates (Red Cross president) had the misfortune to fall and frac ture a bone in the lower forearm. This did not prevent her. however, from dispensing hospitality to Captain Tuc her and service girls on Monday. Incidentally, these young ladies fairly took Healesville by storm by their charming .personalities. Each one of them was an excellent "draw" f'or the branch of service she repre sented. Healesville looks ,forward to seeing the girls-and Captain Tucker -again on Tue...
Now You Know [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943
* ~ YoufKnow n_ nS urday'. up came Mr. ~T. H. SEverard. M.L.A. Cauncil has circularised the district in support of the Third Iiberty Loan. Aye's right, Healesville. Let's all invest in the Third Liberty LOan, for which our quota is £15,000. Remember that by so doing we help ave Healesville--and ourselves--from sharing the fate of the small Czecho Slovakian town we heard about on the wireless Sunday evening. Australian correspindent of the United Press of America points out that the autho: ties e.timate that sev eral thousand marriages will be con tracted before the endl of the war be tween boys from Alabama and girls from Gundagai. Immigration quota allows only Inn persons to enter the U.S.A. from Australia. Officers, es pecially airmen, are contracting more marriages than the non-commissioned ratks. The navy has accounted for only 25 per cent. of the marriages. An English lawyer was entertaining a member of the New York Bar, now in the United States Army. The Englishman showed his ...
Market Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943
Market Fair. Under the auspices of the ville Bush Nursing Hospital A a bright market fair will t? the Memorial Hall next Frida noon, April 16. A number ;. tive stalls will be featured, di which are advertised. Many t will be offered in all manner o Same .money by mating purce the fair. By doing so you only benefit yourself, but te our hospital also. C?6n oimf o i'ind Social. The social .on the 26th ult., the Hellesville R.S.L. Comfort, realised the fine sum of £3?/[ profit of £3/0/3 was raised b" donated by Mrs. Ford and ; Miss $onnie Gardiner. Mr. J and Mrs. M. Cooke were t. winning card players, and the Carlo conipetition was won by P. Martin and partner. Thec tions were gratefully received: pellier" guests, £13/3/-; Cr. .Cook, 7/-: Mrs. Crawley, 5/-: Hodges, 4 /-. A number of ser'i accepted the committee's invita be present, and were welcomed Andrews (president).
Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943
Victory Club -v The monthly euchre and dance or ganised by the Healesville Victory Club to aid the Red Cross was held in the Palais on Friday of last week. and proved another great success, 249 being present. Euchre prizes were won by Miss M. Hussey and Mr. D. McLeod, and the booby consolations by Mrs. Postlethwaite and Mrs. Fran ces (playing as a gent.). The Monte Carlo award went to Miss Wylie and Private Partridge. A dressed doll do nated by Mrs. R. Coates was won by Mr. A. Bergin, the winning number being F9!4. Bright music was supplied by Sebire's orchestra. Euchre tourneys were conducted by Mr. M. Olney, and Mr. I. W. Gardiner (the club president) M.C.'d proceed ings, with Mr. R. Cochran attending to the ticket ox. Donations were gratefully received from Mr. G. Stainton, £1; Mrs. A. E. Kestle, £1; Mr. M. Hodges, 4/-; Mrs, C Stainton, 4/-: Anonymous, 4/-; Anonymoius, 2/-. Mrs. S. Stanley again helped by the sale of her honie-inado sweets, which netted the grand sum of £4/10/-. ...