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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

J. FAIRBAiT NICHOLSON STR EET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE" IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST . , OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? I EVERYTIING FRESH DAILY iI ........................................ Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS TIHE 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 NEW HEALESVILLE iC'.tirrlr" rig . ºSer'Vi JOHN POMEROY s FARNHAM ROAD - - - - HEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is conducting an UP-TO-DiATE ARRYING SERVICE '11 Kinds of Goods Delivered Promptly and Carefully to Any Part of the District ALL TRAINS MET LOWEST RATES CHARGED A Trial Respectfully Solicited -r DON T Take any Risk of Loss By Firer Protect Your Homes and Furniture S-~y Getting INSURANCE COVER at S~l, j Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY IP.r.ompt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, 'by 'Insuring w...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

Croydon Market Stock of all classes sold exception ally well at Croydon market on Mon day. Milking Cows £12/17/6, heifers £12 2/6, stale £7/10/-, springing cows £9 15/-, heifers £10/12/6, backward cows £8/17/6, yearling heifers £5/10/-, store cows £7/10/-, fat cows £13/10/-, heifers £12/15/-, beefy cows £11/15/-, choppers £5 to £9/10/-, crackers to £5/10/-, dairy bulls £5/5/-. . Calves-Good yarding, selling freely. Large vealers £6/10/- to £10,, small 75/- to 110/-; calves 35/- to 65/-, small 18/- to 33/-, light weights to 15/-. Pigs.-In good demand. Heavy porkers 86/6 to 98/6, mediums 80/- to 92/-, light 55/- to 70/-; light baconers 95/-, bacon stores 55/- to 70/-; slips 35/- to'55/-; suckers 25/- to 40/-. Sheep-Still selling well. Spring lambs 20/- to 26/6, woolly 25/6; ewes, four-tooth 18/6, full , mouth 17/6; wethers, six-tooth, 27/6. Poultry.-Prtces holding high rate. Cockerels 21/10, draklings 22/6, hens 18/6, cock chickens 16/6, stags 21/-, chicks 5/6, pullets 14/-, white hen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

RE-CAPPING lodn Method Tyre Rejuvenation ......B y...... .X HILL TYRE SERVICE Pty. Ltd. 1013 White Horse Rd., Box Hill WX 2395 Thousands are still sleeping on after our Prime Minister's clarion call to the people of Australia to stir themselves into action, to live in Austerity and save for the Nation's War Effort. If we deserve to be called patriotic Australians we must immediately heed this national appeal and invest our savings in the £100,000,000 Austerity Loan. It is up to each one of us-not just the other fellow-to sacrifice those ATHE STI LOAN peacetime luxuries so we can save THE AUSTERITY Re £LOAN those precious pounds our country Ausdterity Loan pBonds are I1 each needs so desperately. If we ignore limit to the number you can buy. this call, we are risking this fair land Two kinds of Bonds are available:- of ours being besmirched by a loath I. Redeemable 1958-3¼% interest some enemy-because we saved too a year. little, too late. 2. Redeemable 1947-21% interest Ia year. So ...

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Conservation of Electricity NOW A VITAL NATIONAL NEED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

IConservation of Elec tricity NOW A VITAL NATIONAL NEED. The chairman of th, State Electric ity Commission (Mr. G. G. Jobbn.s~ announces that, in or ior to conserve the power producing 1,,sources of the State and to concentr Le upon the re quirements of essenti.l war produc tion, it is now necess', y to call upon consumersto practise every economy in the use of electrici' Since the outbreak ,f war the total electricity consumption in Victoria has increased by 50 per cent. War pro duction has been respo isible for an in crease in industrial us, of 77 per cent., and, the domestic demand has gone up by 40 per cent., despite restrictions through variQus Commonwealth regu lations and appeals. TIre growth of the non-industrial demand has been parti ally controlled ly the restrictions on extension of service, ,specially in the country; but these restrictions cannot outweigh the steadily increasing de mand for war purposes, which the commission must meet. But for the war, ,lectricity supply...

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Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5. (Before Messrs. Bradshaw and MacNamara, J.'sP.) LICENCE INFRINGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

H:ksvie Po! ce Court THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5. (Before Messrs. Bradshaw and Mac Namara, J.'sP.) LICENC(E INFRINGEMENT. For failure to notify change of ad dress for his motor car licence, George Pilley was fined £1, in default distress. COPPER FROM A GOLD MINE. John Edward Weatherland, miner, Sandringham, was charged with hav ing, at Marysville about 10/8/42, stol en a quantity of copper wire and a washing copper, valued at £120, be longing to William Forbes Wilson, con tractor, Main street, Warburton. Wilson said he owned the Golden Bower gold mine, Marysville, which he inspected some time in 19t0, and found everything in order. As a res suit of something he heard, he re-visit ed the mine on 2S/S/42, and found that 1i cwt. of bare copper cable, 4 cwt. of covered wire, a 12-gallon wash ing copper and four battery plates, valued in all at about £240, were miss ing. No one was authorised to remove them. Replying to accused, witness admit ed no work had' been done there since the bush fires...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

DENTISTS - .r MR. H. STOCK 1 SURGEON-IDENTIST VISITS HIEALIILLE .EVERY SATURDAY FORITNIGHT at the S MAROONDAII TEA ROOMS Dates are as follow: SATURDAY, NOVEMBHiER 14th SATURDAY, NOVEiM?BER 28th SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12th City Address: i ALSTON BUILDINGS 32 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 - - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST i 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY TIIURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS ,IDELIVERIED PROIMPTLY TO ANY PART OF TILE IIEALIESVILLE DIST RI CT MAURICE CHANDLER iCLIVE AVENUE, ]HIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 .4IiKinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHY WORRY? Write L' MI. Potuton SPECIAL BONJEAN FE3IALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Ektra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Wvomen will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. October 8 and 29. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 November 1942

Market Report --------v--- MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. October 8 and 29. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co, re port ad follow: Stores.-An easier market for all:de scriptions. Suckers 19/- to 25/-, others. 29/- to 46/-. - Porkers. - All classes were lower. Light 56/ -to 63/-, medium 64/- to 68/-, heavy 69/- to 75/-, extra 76/- to 85/6. Backfatters.-Lacked animation, and values receded further. We sold drafts P. Elliott at. 111//4/-.,,R. Beck at £10 1/-, two G. Long at £9/-, W. Chaplin at £S/14/-, T. M. Harris. at £8/4/-, J. £7/14/- and £7/11/-, F. Bush at £7/9/, M. Welsh at £7/1/-, etc. Baconers.-Easy generally. We sold four C. Phayer at £6/1/-, six M. Welsh at £5/11/-, three C. J. Daly at 99/6, three C. Dick at 98/6, seven T. M. Barr at 97/6, five F. Maloney at 96/6, six C. Steinholdt at 93/6, six N Gairn at 91/6, etc. Calves.-Very firm. We sold. 40 to £3/1/-, £.3/1il- and £6/1/-, £11/4/- P. Elllottt, £10/1/-, R. Beck, ' All bacon choppers received furthei" check; £6/1/- C. Phayer ,four, £5/11...

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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

Racing... V·-- --\r- ·- Selections for ~Derby ]Say, issued be `for'e` firial adcctances, are:' Wakeful Stdk"s. 'Jole de Vivre ...... ........ ...... . e ...... ...ra ......... . .. ...... ..... . 2 Nalong ..... . ..... .... . :. .....; .. 3, Maribyrninng Plate. Gay Gown ........................... . 1 M aeii ento .. , .. ........... ...... 2 .... Styglan ..... ......:... .:. ...... ..... 3 L. X. S.: ?ackinnbmt Stakes. Trir iitiqil 9tar ..1........ '.:......... 1 E l Golea 2i....... ...... .....2 P AF iiidect ..... ..3 ........... ...... . .... 3 Victoria Derby. Leahero ... ... ...... ... .1 Great Britainn ... ....... ... ... 2 Registed ......... 3 Cantala Stakes. Burria~ bil ...... . .......1 ... ...;. . . 1 H ero ...... ...... ; ... .. ... ...: . .. " 2 Crojick- ...... .i...... .. ..... .... . 3 Hotham Handicap. Sim ilar ..: ... ... .. .... • * 1 Son of Aurous ........ ........ ...». 2 Dairk Felt ..... ............ 3

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Refusal to Take Oath CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS TO GO TO GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

Refusal to Take Oath CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS TO GO TO GAOL. A peculiarity about conscientious objectors to fighting the enemies of their country is the length they will go to to avoid military service, even of a non-combatant nature. At the Lilydale police court last Fri day three young men-Charles John Studcliffe, Leonard -lowell and Albert Joseph Thompson-wvhose applications for exemption were refused at a pre vious sitting of the court by Mr. War wick, P.M., were further charged with rc.z:r.ng to ta!:c the (ath as set out in the third section of the Defence Act, or make an affirmation of allegiance. Captain Tucker informed the Bench that defendants had each reported, as directed, at the Ringwood area office, but refused to be sworn into the army for any kind of military service. When asked by the P.M. if they had any explanation to make, each defend ant declared that his lifqi was devoted to the service of God, and his faith would not allow him to take up arms against their fello...

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Healesville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

Healesville Notes .. .-v--------. By Raymond S. Grove. as D6r bn Hbugh, one of thS, lesville princesses in the recent ular forces quest, has, joined a nch of the fighting forces. r. A. E. Kestle, who has been suf ong indifferent health for some e, will be leaving on a recuperative iday. ratifications was expressed by obers of the Victory Club at their lal on Friday night of last week cerning the praiseworthy efforts of s Jhill Stanley, who presented the b with £1/7/- as a result of her re t birthday party. Instead of receiv presents for herself, Jhill asked t small donations be given to aid Red Cross. successful meeting of the Heales e A.L.P. was held in the Memorial 11 on Friday of last week, whereat Hancock gave an interestin'g ad ss on the firewood problem, par larly as affecting local institutions. was decided to hold a working bee a "raceless" day in December, for purpose of gathering firewood on s Indicated. Meanwhile the secre will interview Forestry Commis s!.)n officials an...

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HONORING AN ALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

HONORING AN ALLY. V Last Saturday Australia honored the people of Russia by flying the Union Jack, the Australian flag and Soviet flag on public buildings, on Russia's national day. On that day 2; years ago the Soviet Government was established under Lenin, and it is a date which has assumed, for Australia as well as for Russia, profound his toric significance. This year, the an niversary possesses also more intimate importance, following closely upon the appointment of the Commonwealth's first Minister to Russia and the ap pointment by Russia of its first Min ister to Australia. The decision to exchange Ministers is acclaimed also, because Russia has long since earned, by her stupendous sacrifices and un conquerable spirit, the admiration of those bound with her in the greatest struggle of all time against the bar barous hordes of the western Axis powers. In a quarter of a century Russia has performed a miracle. From being a poorly developed, ill organised country whose resistance ...

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Healesville Bowling Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

Healesville Bowling Club By "Roller." Th niewK seisOh is getting into good svwing, and .alread& some enjoyable games have bee~i held. Last Saturday and Wednesday, friendly pairs competitions were play ed. The soil for top dressing, which ar rived a few weeks ago, is being satis factorily applied, a couple of rinkd be ing done at a time. When completed, it is hoped that the ridges and hollows that played such tricks with the bowls will have disappeared, thus rendering the game, less a matter of luck. CROQUET. Severbl lidfese having enquired of late re'garding the formation of a cro quet 'clhb, the bowlers have takOki the matter ir hand and convened a meet ing to be held in the pavilion next Wednesday afternoon, when it is hoped those interested will be present.

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, CATTLE, PIGS, SHEEP, POU[?] SALES ALLAN BROWN, Auctions Croydon Market. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

SATURDAY, NOVEMBERI CATTLE, PIGS, SHEEP, F0 SALES ALLAN BROWN, AetiO Croydon Market Real Estate and Business1 Farms for Sale, !0 to 10011 Valuations for Probate and u° Made Finance Arranged All Classes Live Stock Audi Clearing and Furniture Sa Specialty EVERY MONDAY 10.30--Sundries, Furniture, Iron and Implements. 12 noon-Horses, Harness, 12.30-Suckers, Slips, Stores, 1 p.m.--Milkers, Springer s try. &C., 1.$0-Porkers, Baconers, 2 p.m.. 'realers, Calves, store 2.30-Fat akld Store Sheep. 3 p.m.-Bulls, Late sales, Pigs. 3 p.m.-Fat Bullocks, CowS ad 2 p.m.; Fridays, Furenit Shopping Stalls, 3londay and District Agents Mithell andlee Machinery and Implemens stocks on hand. Easy terms For Carriers 4nd Crates, 'p' don 4 early evious

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

BUSINISt) NOTICES J. DA'BORN eal Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births and Deaths ng purchased the whole of the: y business of Mr. Percy John I have pleasure in announcing it will be my aim to give prompt ral attention to any agency busi ness entrusted to me. iHOLSON ST., IHEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 ExtraVahse for 3 Men who know GOD SHOES 6 Careful buying of quality ' Footwear for men ensures that we are able to please you no matter what style of shoes you prefer. Here you will find a wide variety of shoes in both' black and tan, featuring the latest tyle. Prices are sure to suit MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. uilett & Langford SOLICITORS ICITOUS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ie., S.A., and Tas. COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR xEALESVILLE OFFICE.. ere and Bradshlaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERy TIIURSDAY esville Telephones: MU 4360 i YOURS a helpirg hand? ELECTR...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 4th and 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MAREET, November 4th and 5th. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. sub mit the following report: Stores.-Scarce and dear, 25/- to 65/-. , Porkers.-Recovered; 52/- to 92/6. 'Backfatters.-Better. We had a splendid run, including top of day for W. B. MoKenzie, Jerilderle, at £12 11/-; H. Justice at £11/1/-, A. Harvey at £10/6/- and £9/9/-; G. Aplin at £9/9/- and £8/14/-, Estate J. Bett £9 6/- and £8/9/-, J. Regan a4 £9/4/-, E. Minns at £8/4/-; A. Black at £8/4/-, H. Service at £8/1/-, etc. Baconers.-Better. We had all the top pens of the market, including three W. Mathews at £5/19/-, five R. C. Powell at £5/19/-, two J. L. Cray dorl at £6/1/-, N. Mclllrath at £5/14/, two 'Mrs. Calder at £5/8/-, seven F. Mayo' (quoted top) at £5/11/6, two K Mclllraith at £5/9/6, seven A. Purvis at £5/7/6, three C. W. King at £5/7/-, sixteen A. Razos to £0/19/-, and many more. Calves.-Selling well, We sold 58 to £3/12/6. W. McKenzie, Jerilderle, £12/11/- was best, £11/1/- H. Justice,...

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Victory Fair GUILD LADIES STAGE SUCCESSFUL FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

Victory Fair GUILD LADIES STAGE SUCCESS .' FUL FUNCTION. Under the auspices of St. John's Church of England 'Ladies' Guild, the annual Victory Fair, held on Thursday of last week, proved eminently suc cessful, the congenial afternoon at tracting excellent patronage, the stall holders hardly having their multitudi nous wares in readiness before the rush for trade set in. Mrs. Agar arrived in good time, and -after making a preliminary survey of the stalls she was introduced by the vicar (the Rev. S. J. Muxworthy) and gave the opening address, in the course of which she stressed thq need for supporting the churches, despite other urgent calls. One of the girls from the senior Sunday school presented Mrs. Agar with a tastefully arranged basket of flowers, which she graciously accept. ed. Buying then became brisk, and goods rapidly changed hands. After noon tea was well patronised, and af forded friends a pleasant opportunity of intercourse. From the entrance, the stalls were placed as f...

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Operations of Egg Board HON. G. L. CHANDLER SEEKS INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

Operations of Egg Board HON. G. L. CHANDLER SEIdKS INFORMATION. In\ reply to questions asked in the Legislative Council on October 27V by' the Hon. G. L. Chandler, relating to the, operations of the Egg' and Egg Pulp Marketing Board, information was supplied by the Commissioner of Public Works. Mr. Chandler's first question was, "How many persons were employed by the Egg anl Egg Pulp Marketing. Board duing each year since its con stitution, and what was the total sum paid each year in wages and salari's." The detailed answer was:-Year ending July, 1938, 27 persons, £5561 11/8 paid in wages and salaries; 1939, 36 persons, £7042/7/2 wages and sala ries; 1940, 36 persons, £7139/15/4 -in wages and salaries; 1841, 40 persons, £7664/14/1; 1942,' 41 persons, £8726 3/7. Figures it reply' to the second ques tion, "What were the total numbers'of eggs handled during each year by tne board?" were:-1938, 16,258,478 doz ea; 1939, 14,365,930 dozen; 194.0, 16,929,104 dozen; 194-, 19,904,091 doz en;...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

Croydon Market All classes of live stock were in great demand last Monday. Milking cows brought £1-3/5/-, heif ers £12/2/6, springing cobws £10, helf-. ers £9117/6, backward cow?s £9?15/, yearling heifers f /5/-, storec'? £7 12/6, fat cows: £12, heifers £11/12/ .i beefy cows 11/10/-, choppers £6 to £? 15/-, crackers to £5/10/-, dairy bulls~ (small) £6. Calves.--Very firm 'sale. lrg'e veal ers £7 to £10/15/-, small 70/- to £6; calves 30/- to 55/, small 18/- to 28/-;h lighit weights to 16/-. Pigs.-Yarding light, prices excep tionally good. Heavy porker's 3/- to? 94/-, medium 6'8/- to 79/;, litlit 52/= to 65/-; light 'bacbners 94/- tb 121/ clhopping, souws 86/- tb 105 /-; ,porker; stores 50/- to 60'/-; 'slips 30'- tb 48/-; suckers 22/- to 36/-. Sheep.-As 'previous week. 'Sirrig lambs 20/- to 26/6, woolly 2/6;- fur tooth ewes 18/6, full mouth ewes '17/6, six-tooth wethers 27/6., Pdoiltry.-Com'ijetition keen 'riees on the rise. Cockerels 19 /9, drlk igs P2/-, lidris 17'/6; cock chickens ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

J. FAIR ANK NICHOLSON 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 . ....... ...... ................................./a.............?................a.......r..........* ....** .............* ...* ... ..............................................*.......... *........ ........................ ...... ..................Public N 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 . a............ .........................?................. .............. ?.................... ..... ...... ................ ...**ee o NEW HEALESVILLE Carryli g Service JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ; ROAD - - - - HEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE OARRYING SERVICE 'll. Kinds of Go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942

DENTISTS LL- MR. H. STOCK SURGEON-DE-NTIST V§ITS IHE:ALESVILLEI U?VER SATURDAY FOitTNIGIIT at the * M OONDAH TEA ROOMS Dates are as follow: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14th SSATURDAY, NOVE'vIMB3ER 28th SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12th VI City Address: .i ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK ,r, SURGEON-DENTIST :i S21 BsALACIAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY TIURSDAY 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 AN1 PART OF THE IIEALESVILLE " DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER L?iIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 A.l.l 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 "...

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