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[?] Rally at Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

A~y It eae, 1 evllle, S the shire president cvaned by n)a public rally to Ca ird Liberty Loan will rt the I?he iemorial Hall next aeld in tl at S p.m., and the a d SuPPort of every citi preatnd addresses will be given ured G. L Chandler, M.L.C., e Hon Ev.erard, M.L.A., and eon" . presentatives of the La reditea reusical items will be dis rparthe Healesville Brass Band arsed. The its wvilUngness to co SeXP"`s'the shire, and will ren te with thEvcrybody roll up and erectidns d what Ilealesville can i theur of national need. 111al', Too. irutisng l, fTr leal'sville district n af teer for the A.W.A.S., the r to rouand the A.A.M.W.S.. will be hW.LA' the Mlemor.ial Hall next ,ld 0oude 13. at 11 a.m: Address dall, be by Captain Tucker Sfficer) and representatives of above services. It is hoped that abcouaveng response will be made. e ire president (Cr. A. Cameron) preside. p~relle ecrliting Depots. il.asville volunteers for wome'n's ches of War service are notified. Captain Tucker (area of...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

Racing Selections ,or the Ascot Cup m'et ing, to be held at Mentone, are: Cathcatt Trial Hurdle. Pantoon .................. ..... ......... 1 Indignant ...........2...... ....:.. .:..: . 1 Catapult ..... 3 Shrewsbury .an?'RM . cap. G rey B ox ............................ .. 1i SG ra.gele ...... .......... .......... 2 Meadow Gold .......... ...... 3 Winton Handicap. Jenny Law .... .. ....... . ,..... .1 Drum Net ........... .... .......... 2 Blue ,Valley ..... ..... 3 . Devonshire Handicap. W hite Line ...... ............... · . ... 1 Plica ........ ............... 2 Phoines ..................·.... ... 3 Ascot Autumn.Cup. Watchguard .... ...... ..... "_ Prim avera .................. .. ........ Great Britain ........:.:. ..... ... . 3 Ancaster .Handicap. Lc poris ............ .......... ..1....-s .; 1 Charming Lady ...... ....» ? 2..» ,.2 Feilding ... .. 3 Moodemere Handicap. Blue Glide . ..»...... .. ... .... 1 St. Warden . -.. - -;- .2 Claudette ..... -.. ... - - - 3

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Recruits Wanted [?]OR WOMEN'S WAR SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

Recruits Wanted OR WOMEN'S WAR SERVICES. On Monday afternoon Captain Tuc r, area officer, and representatives women's branches of war service WA.S., A.W.L.A. and A.A.M.W.S. ited Healesville by motor van to r interest in recruiting. They were rded a civic reception by Cr. Hugh ham, as deputy for the shire pre ent, and also present were Cr. and s Johnston and Mrs. Bason. The ty proceeded to the Memorial Hall, I owing to a microphone being un urable it was decided to postpone e holding of a recruiting rally to a te to be advertised. The visitors were cordially welcom by Mrs. R. N. Coates (president) d Miss M. Murray Murton (secre and other Red Cross ladies, who spitably provided very acceptable freshments. Thanks were accorded se ladies and all others who attend especially Cr. Huxham, who, at art notice, readily consented to 'of late on behalf of the shire. The: Urtesy of Miss C. Layland, assistant e secretary, was also not overlook Subsequently Captain Tucker and Ceral of his party en...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

Croydon Market Monday's markiet saw an extra gopd .ya;ding of all classes of live stock, .which sqld exeptionally well. Milking cows, medium quality, rta li ed .£17, leifers £16, stale £8./15/-; Springing cqws £14, heifer £12/1/-; backward cows £1/10/-; yearling.lieif .ers 80/- to 100/-; .ptore cow £6115/. to £7./10/-; fat :.cows £12/15/-, if- ers £12; beefy cows £10,/15/-? chop; - pets £6 to £8; crackers to £5/10/-. Pigs.-In great demahd. Heavy porkers 82/6 ,tp 98/-, medi.jli 70/- to' 80/-, light to 65/-; light baconerY ·tD ,115-; chpp?ging,pows.,to. 8 /_-; baconer; stores 40/- to 50/-; qlps 30,/- to 38/-; . su?q ers up 'o j /. . ... , Calves. - I pavy y ard , selling well. Large a;tqi,: _ £7/I6/ - t? .1£10 10/., small. ? .to tO/-. calves 40/-. to 70/-, small ,: ;- J0o 36/, lght.to ,0S'heep.---Lot o ,plain sht.p offer::.g, with zu-!tity sei1 rg vwll. Sharr lambs to 2.6/-; t.wo-tpoth ewes .22/9, full mouth 19/6; to~~tioth wethers 28/4, fou'r-tooth 929/-, six oth ?6/6; store lamibs 1...

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Join the A.W.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

Join the A.W,L.A. By Edith Hull, A.W.L.A. Without ,the fAod that must be pro duced, the bravery of the fighting ser vices would be of no avail. Supplies of food must be maintained-for the ,Iren at the front and for the vast or ganisations of woiks who are behind the men at the front. Your help on thie Food Front is ur gently required. Enquire now for par ticulars of the Australian Women's Land Army, whose headquarters are on the second floor, Manchester Unity Building', 105 Swanston street, Mel bourne. Applicants may enrol for sea sonal work only, or they may enrol for f2 months with the option of renewal, or for the duration of the war. Auxiliary workers are issued with working kit, including bib and brace overalls, shirt and working boots, for the period of their assignment. Mem bers enrolled for 12 months or for the duration are issued with certain items of equipment, including bib and brace overalls, shirts, shoes, boots, afterwork dress, stockings, hat, overcoat and waterproof ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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First Instalment of our New Serial: African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. Foreword. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

First Ipstalment of our New Serial: African Crucible, A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. By ROBERT EADIE, M.B.E. Foreword. In attempting to write a character sketch of Field Marshal Smuts it will be necessary to provide 'the back ground by a perusal of certain data and some personal letters which deal with his early life. I have known him 'intimately since 1007, but he had a brilliant career even before that, and that period must be taken into account in any reference to his great work since that time. After a friendship of nearly thirty-seven years I frankly admit that he is the greatest man I have known. That does not entirely refer to his public life. There is an other side to this very wonderful man which is only known and appreciated by a few of his intimates. I am happy in the knowledge that I am one of them.-The Author. CHAPTER 1. Vooklooper to Cambridge. Jacobus Abraham Smuts, at one time member of the Legislative As smbly of the Cape of Good Hope, was a representative man ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

a'?IJaSr. NOTICES Desirous Of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and ndif Districts should consult J. DAWBORN al Estate and Business Agent property( Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected leglstrar for Births and Deaths HOLSON ST., IEALESVILLE ,phone Heales. 42 The Shoes That ikae Best 5 very man has r is individual tes in Foot. ear, and our ell assorted ocks enable s to please 'cry man. ur Shoes for en include all hap.s in' black "' . , r an and half : res are featur ,OCall int, be bed and save Sshoes. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nlcholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLIOITOIW lullett &t Langford SOLIOITORS LICITORS and COMIISSIONERS FOR LAFYIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. i5 COLLINS ST., dMELBOURNE' ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVtILLE OFFICE lerce and Bradshaw's Buildings r'tween the hours of 3 p.m. and a p.m.? EVRy? TH.URSDA elen ulle a 'l - M T 4560 f actolhiS Nuii'fii r-J'ee lii Ibe/',, ~1uI STATE: , t;: ·: ELECTICIT COM SSIO ICTORIA': V ,isf . .r. .ý : of a:ii·ii 3~::T:~:: " tSti :: ZMY ýtý...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

NICHIOLSON STREET i. t 'Phone Healesville 135 DULIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT t ri, WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST SOV CAKES ARE OBTAINABIU HERE? ? VERYTHING FRESH DAILY 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 niost up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES . U.... ............ ............ . . . .............................. . a...................sse ////essee NEW HEALESVILLE JoHN PomEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - - IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE pll Kinds of Goods Delivered Promptly and Carefully to Any Part of the District ALL TRAINS MET LOWEST RATES CHARGED A Trial Respectfully Solicited i ..l.... l.1..... ll..lll.. . . -ll--l.* I. .** I .. IIIII. I- /.-/*I . i.ssa a. -M nammass.s....-ss sen.. ..q *n*...........insness .......I-$.... q...s/.1eNN..... DON'T Take...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

chd . .. .. . is certain to obtain the utmost attention at our pharmacy. 1 I 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 Pharmacy Opp. P.O., HEALESVILLE. Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress For Feoot Comfort WEAR HEALTH SHOES In Half Sizes SCIENTIFICALLY MADE BY DR. ST. JOHN and DR. ELGAN ALSO AVAIIABLE Rubber Heels in all sizes A. Harry Blackwood The Up-to-Date Shoemnan Nicholson St. Healesville "Telephone 163 "....".N.... .. . . ............. ....... ....... .......... ........ .............................................................. ......... Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROA----EAST END ,SHOPPING CENTRE it)}TiR'N UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN SPECIAL: A GOOD SUPPLY OF CHILDREN'S COTS .We .Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materia...

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Community Singing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

Commulilit Singing ,er R.IR. Cochran thought Heales ihould d o something to entertain ihan a. He conveyed this to Cr. Peaant nd hetwceen them a very Whta "ing resulted last Sunday, the amo-.e muster were invited to tch emoral Hall for a sing-song and : seleGibb (whose piano-accor elections were very popular); Mrs. Ina Myers (sketch): Mr, Alex ander Raff (who sang four songs that blought down the house); Mr. Norm! Wallder (whose funny stories were a "wow"); Mr. Tom Pockett (who hap pened to be home on leave and will ingly obliged with two numbers, which were greatly appreciated); and last, but not least, our old friend, Jack Pockett (who joined with Tom in a duet). Accompanists were Mr. Frank Pollock, Mrs. Bradshaw, Mrs. Raff and Miss Pockett. Cr. Hugh Huxham arranged the program and conducted the commun ity singing, which, by the way, went with a "yell"; in other words, the roof of the hall nearly went off, for the boys certainly opened their voice box es. A very enjoyable item came...

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Helping the Hospitol [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

Helping the Hospitol .v On Monday evening, 29th ult., pro ceedings took the form of a valedic tory social to Mr. H. Bromley, who was the subject of a farewell oration by ;Mrs. Clements. On Tuesday, 30th,.a.picnic party of 13 .spent an enjoyable afternoon at Baby Crqek. A lbilliard tournament was held on the 31st, all entrants playing from rcratch. Results:-A., Grade.-Mr. Neylon, 1: Mr. Simians. 2. B. Grade. Mr. Williams, 1; Mr. Rennie, 2. Con sultation.-Mrs. Lunt, 1: Mr. Mona ghan, 2. The tennis tournament on April 1 resulted in a win for Mr. H. Johnson and Mrs. Livingstone. A 10/ note .donated by Mrs: Thickens was won by Mrs. Benson, and a bottle of perfume donated by Mr. Cochran went to Mils. Sullivan. On Thursday the final of the hobby .horse races resulted in wins for 1MIrs. Johnson and Mr. Simmance. Awards ip the fancy dress wedding were: Best sustained character, "Marcelle" (the upknown hobo); most humorous, Mr. Williams (the bride's mother); best dresed, Mr. Fred Brown (a fla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK S 1G1OON-D ENiTIST VISITS iHEALISV ILLE ..VER.r SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, APRIIIL 17th SATURDAY, MAY 1st SATURDAY, MAY 15th SATURDAY, MAY 29th SATURDAY, JUNE 12th MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS City Address: ALSTON BUILDINGS $2 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: .*entrkl 2507 -- Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 21S BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESylILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 ri by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 - -vm s oc BUSINESS NOTICE -WHEN YOU WANT GOODS p"at~TERED PIROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF TIiE ?HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER cVIE AVENUE, HIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Finds of Carrying Effeoted Safely AN'ND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-.WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Pou'tun 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 Conf...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. March 31 and April 1. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 April 1943

Market "eport - MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. March 31 and April 1. . Another heartening report is sub mitted by Messrs. H. Show Logan and Co. on activities at the Melbourne pig market on the dates mentioned above. This is what the active firm has to say: Stores.-A quiet; market for stores, which ranged from 12/- to 24/-, and 25/- to 45/-. Porkers,-A brisk demand for all classes, at fully late rates. Backfatters.-Heavy pigs improved, all classes selling freely, £5/1/- to £115 8/-, We sold four C. George at £11 19/-, £11/l/-, £9/16/- and £9/14/-; two A. McCartin at £11/4/- and £10 16/-; three Hommelhoff Bros. at £10 14/-, £10/9/- and £7116/-, and two at r£8/9/-, etc. Baconers -Light weights 5/- easier, others steady. We sold seven T. Gaw, Woodlelgh, at £6/17/6; six Eathwell Bros. at £6/15/6, three A. McQueston at £6/13/6, four F. Arnel at £6/121/-, E. Thorson at £6/2/-, etc. Calves.-Firmer. We sold 46 to Seven T. Gaw, £6/17/6 -longest and lean, . Six Eathwell Bros, £6/15/6, neatest ever seen...

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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

Racing -V Selections for Moonee Valley are as under: Juvenile Handicap. First Division. Stygian ............ ................... 1 The Bohemian .......................... 2 M eadow Gold ...... ............ ..... ...... 3 Second Division. Sw agger ........................................ 1 Ola R ose ................ ........... ...... 2 Lunar Lynx ... .................. 3 , Charity Steeplechase. Caragona .......... . ............... 1 Highland March ...................... 2 Solecism ............. ..... ... ..... .... 3 Benefit Handicap. Regency ........ D um N et ...... ..... ...... ...... 2 KI eplerian ...... ...... .... ... . 3 Hospitl ,Handicap. Blue Glide ,-,.. ... .....:. 1 Barncliuth .... ... ..... ... . ..... 2 Centenary ... .... 3 Relief' Handicap. urerry..... ... 1 aMatingCll . ... 2 ?beshir . . .. .... .... 3 Hostel"Welter: Hero .... .. . .... . 1 Hiawatha' ... . 2 Veiled Promini :.:. ..."... ,..... 3

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Unconquerable VIVE LA FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

Unconquerable V VIVE LA FRANCE. French underground newspapers tell the story of twelve student-pilots at an air school, who were dismissed when France collapsed. They refused to return to their homes, and at a secret meeting agrceed to join the Free French movement. They borrowed money from friends, bought a nine-ton sailing vessel, fitted her with an outboard motor, and on a cold, foggy morning put to sea, in the hope -of reaching England. The motor broke down, and the youngsters were overtaken by a German patrol boat and arrested. On returning to port they were led to prison, surrounded by German sol diers, the townspeople looking on, sad and grim. The German judges offer ed mercy to any who would denounce the instigators of the flight. The whole twelve refused to tell, and the Nazis sentenced the two eldest to death and the other ten to hard labor for life. Not one of them flinched. The ten sat gloomily in a cell apart from that-occupied by the two con demned lads, when a prison ...

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Don't Miss Them. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

Don't Miss Them, M e s srs . IMa cN a m a: . . 1M at this week offering special bh their accessorieis ei:alto cycle brake blocks a: .l a gasket cement at l1 !p - ' early, while supplies last. Comforts Fund Social. Next euchre and d(nce , Healesville R.S:L. Comfortbts e be held in the Memnorial i, Thursday night Apil 2 -~2 music will be supplied, a-": plenty of novelties and prize ise this worthy cause, an. same time spend an u::joyabl. Anzac Day. A commemorative service: Day will be held, under th- ,", of the Healesville R.S.S.A 2.? the Memorial Hall on East. at 2.30 p.m. A march th:. main street by returned so: ' ond A.I.F., V.D.C. and scho, will precede the service, star the Salvation Army Hall , sharp. Healesville A.L.P. At the meeting of the - branch of the Australian La: l held in the Memorial Hall on : 2nd inst., the resignation of trc dent (Mr. L. Saunders) was :s and the vice-president (:: "Shiells) was elected to the ::e being desirable to have a re irir retary, this respon...

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Croydon [?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

Mo,1day's was a heavy yarding of catde and. poultry. Milking.cows brought £15/10/-, hco: ors £14/10/-, stale 18/ i/-; pt.ilgnl;. cows £11/10/-, heifers £10/15/-; back ward cows £9/12/6; yearling" heifers 85/- to 105/-; sto?e cows £B to £7/10/; fat cows £13, heifers £12/10/-; beefy cows £11/5/-; cilnoppers £6/5/- to £, 5/-; crackers up to £5/10/-. Calves.-? as.er. Large vealers. £7 to £10/5/-, small 70/- to 105/-; calves 40/- to 60/-, small 15/- to 35/-, light: weights to 12/-. Pigs.--In great ddeiiand. IHeavy porkers 85/- to 96/., me'dium 7i/- to 84,'-, light 60/- to 70/-, killable to 55/-; light baconers to £6; batekater?s to £8/17/-; boars.95/-; chopping ;ovws 93/-; sow and litter £8/15/-; 1ot'lcer, stores 35/- to 47/-; slips 24/- to 30/-; suckers to 26/-. Poultry.-A very bright sale. Cock erels 15/6, draklings 10/4, hens 1'./3, crock chickens 12/1, stags '12/-, ch:c:: ens 9/4, chicks 5/4, pullets 18/, ldraces 12/-, ducks 11/-, ducklings Iit,,'d r.t , and ducklings 16/-, white .i ...

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Ping-Pong Balls Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

Ping-Pong Balls Wantedi. Owing to a great shoi'tage of jpings pong 'balls, the Austr'.lian Coinfortý Fund is appealing to the public fo srpplirC. Tifese -.re uirge gly .requir ed at irecreation dccrt'es where troophi are" located, particularly" near battle stations inside and outside' Australia. Donations should be sent to A.C.F. House, 109 Exhibition street,' Mel bourne, and donors 'living in toll ,Doun try are advised that their parcels will be carried freight free by the rai",iuaye if so addressed.

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African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. Chapter 2. MOULDING THE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

African Crucible l A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. By ROBERT EADIE, M.B.E. z Chapter 2. MOULDING THE MAN. Smuts' success 'is unprecedented in I Cambridge annals. He took both.parts of I and II of the Law Tripos at the 1 ,same time. He was placed first in i the first class of each, and was award ed the George Long prize in Roman Law and Jurisprudence. This prize is only awarded in cases of special merit. The Council of Legal Education be stowed on Smuts (Middle Temple) a special prize for the best examination in Constitutional Law (English and Colonial) and Legal History. T he Students' Annual contains a poem, "Love and Life" (a fragment). It was signed J.C.S.. from which the following may 'be quoted: "Long are the coming years. Counted by lovers' tears, When, having lived together, Their parted days begin." We get a description of the parting of two lovers, and it is probable that it had some personal application. There 5. no indisputable proof that J.C.S. uril' J. C. Smuts are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

BUSIM, Ss NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or u properties in Healesville and todin Districts should consult J. DALA BORN eal Estate and Business Agent Propertyi !Salesman IKinds of Insurance Effected lRegistrar for Births and Deaths IIOLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 The Shoes i That MEN Like Best - Every man has his individual tastes in Foot. wear, and our well assorted stocks enable / us to please , every man. Our Shoes for i? - men include all , shapes in black or tan and half , sizes are featur. ed.?Call in, be fitted and save on shoes. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITOBM Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS 1ILICITORS and COMilISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. S5 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pierce and L ,adshaw's Buildings Between the hou'rs of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY TIUTRSDAY ealesvillTelephones: ealVll 39 MU 48t( ?I 4- ¢ RE-CAPPING Modern Method Tyre Rejuvenation ......B y ..... BOX HILL TYRE SERVICE...

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