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The Desert Truck Driver STRANGE PHENOMENON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

The DesertTruck Driver ·v STRANGE PHENOMENON. The "Australian Women's Weekly" publishes the following remarkable episode of'the Western Desert: "Troops home from the Middle East tell this strange story: Two trucks were sent to deliver ammunitiop to a desert outpost. They had to cross a heavily sown milnefield, and the driver of the first truck followed a mapped route. The seconrd truck was to follow it closely, out, owing to engine trouble, it dropped behind. The first truck reached its destina tion safely. The men in it climbed out, and .saw the other truck in. the middle of the minefield, many danger ous yards off the route. They watch ed tensely, expecting any minute tha,. it would be "curtains". for the lost truck. They were-mystified when the sec ond truck stopped suddenly, then set' out again on a circuitous course over the minefield. It arrived safely, and as it pulled up the driver loaned out and said, "ThEinks, digger! . . . Where's he gone?" "Where's who gone?" asked the o...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Arline" Hears [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

"Arline" Hears THAT Miss Dorothy Gardiner, who recently enlisted with the A.W.A.S., has been doing well at Darley camp. As a result of this week's recruiting rally by Army officers, no doubt many mole Healesville girls will, as Cap taih Tucker advised, "Change that col ored jumper for khaki." THAT snow fell on the surrounding mountains on Thursday. and judging from the sudden fall in temperature one could easily have believed it was much nearer. THAT the Yarra Valley waltzing championship will be the big feature of the next Victory Club dance, to be held on May 7. Two leading Mel bourne judges will be in attendance to select the champions. Worth while .trophies will be awarded the title winners. Entry fee has been fixed at the modest sum of 1/- per couple. The city visitors will also treat onlookers to demonstrations of two of the latest dances. Organisers hope that the con test will attract dancers from all cor ners of the Yarra Valley. , THAT the bush nursing hospital building fun...

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Letters for R[?] RED CROSS WILL[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

Letters for R RED CROSS Facilities for close rel tralian prisoners of war hands to have their lette free of charge are ope 'ly at Victorian Division tralian Red Cross Sod Cross House, Swanston Ibourne. Fifty volunteers to handle the letters, an nent Red Cross typings to assist if necessary. dence is observed by all The request from Red latives to have letters prompted by suggestions tralian prisoners themsel ese censors particularly ty in reading English and it is believed that sheets would be less like layed. In some cases han ters may even be destroy ese censors unable to d Only one sheet of note be used for letters to prisO but both sides of the s written on. Those sendin Red Cross for typing sh0 ber that more can be type can be hand written, and, it, they can write up to But relatives should not tage of this fact unnecess Cross advises that the sho have more chance of pass through enemy censorship. Letters for copying should be sent in stamped addressed to the Enquiry Wounded, M...

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Yarra G[?] Obituary. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

Yarra G Obituary, The death occurred l H. L. Clarke, of Yarra ed purchased a prope miles from the town ago, where he carried o suits. Although a young man in good heal ed a sudden illness a fe from which he did not took a keen interest in ,being a member of th lieutenant of the bush f well as being actively en local organisations. He spected throughout the the sincerest sympathy wife in her bereavement.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

IN MEMORIAM RUDDLE.-In fond memory of my dearly loved sister, Em and Mabel, died 16/4/29 and 19/4/40; devoted aunts of Betty and Tom. Ever remembered. -Inserted by F. McCrohan, Middle Park.  

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Healesville Water Trust MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

Healesvil'e Water Trust I ONTHLY MEETING. Present: Cr.. Dawborn (chairman), Cameron, Coolk. Johnston, Huxham, Strachan-Smith. MIowle and Kay. CORRESPONDENCE. M.M.B.W., stating that discharge tests were made through the G-inch meter on November is and January 3. -Received. R. M. Scott, engineer, recommend ing certain conditions for a 2-inch fire service to Taylor's sawmill.-Appli cant (F. Johnstone) to be notified that work could proceed in accordance with the engineer's report. Same, re loan monies, further works and depreciation of old pipes.-Re ceived; secretary to enquire further regarding estimate. for pipe deprecia tion. Same, reporting on application by 'Mr. R. L. Cousins for a 2-inch ser vice.-Disapproved. Same, stating that trouble had de veloped in connection with collars of fibrolite pipes, and steps were taken to remedy same.-Received. B. L. Hickie. applying for renewal of right to use water during prohibit ed hours.-Granted. ACCOUNTS. Accounts totalling £617/8/3 were pas...

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[?] Police Court [?] APRIL 15. [?] O'Grady, P.M. and [?] Johnson, J.'sP.) [?] OFFENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

S1i 3, pat e atr. ,.% w{;ere imlpute d or. ,i tnce~ad ' ' e :ad t0 erd s rake. a fined £ , with rieiult a; .ress, lo ex 'es of a special load-i tie Healesville-Alexan-" ,stained a penalty run sto, in default dis i4 U conditions of a n. t S c Hiealesville on larch 9. )filler was fined £5, in default distress, for r uck speed limit on. iesville road on March'l ckenstead was fined' dstrer for .dlrivng at Yarra G!cn-lount MIrch 4 with no effec ilted to the exhaust. a loaded truck at ex d without an effective he Yarra Glen-Mount March 4, Oswald Dyer lie Brown was fined T£ i, for exceeding condi" cial truck loading per, = R DlANE IIALL. Mr. O'Grady, P.M.) Clay pleaded guilty to having liquor near the , , Yarra Glen, during the a dance on January 2t; i 'e TTwo.V' pr.i'se.:l.,t bIe Fleischer said he ball at 11 p.m. and saw am e .'nd go to a ca:- about . On witness's approach m , orn cnr.n i:nti i" :nnv ey denied having liquor Defendant admitted driv and to his knowledge oliquor In the vehic...

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

J. ,Eh.sn a cm.a a N[CHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 SDiHI-VERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY " -- , uN. YN... Y.. ...N/.N{N.....N....N., H .Nw ...nNN.....{N.n{.IYnnnu" SPublic No tice 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 .............................................................-- - NEW HEALESVILLE Cttrr-yimg; erice JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - . HEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is oonductlng 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 UuettUlly Solicited `-.... .......................................... .... ... ... .......... 1 DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By FireT Protect...

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At "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

At "The Ferns" A Wala ni h:, and presentnation of prizes at "The Ferns" on Thursday, dth inst., opened with a fancy dress wedding to the skirl of the pipes play ed by Pipe-major MacKenzie. The pro I gram included dancing and games, mouth organ solos by Brian McNair, and songs by Mrs. Clements ("Sweet Mystery of Life" and "Love, Here is IMy Heart"). At the Dutch auction two ounces of tobacco, donated by Mr. Searby, real ised £l1 '2:10. Prizes were presented as follow:-Billiards, Mr. Neylon, 1; Mr. Fraser. 2. Consultation, Mr. Mac Kenzie, 1: Miss Searby. 2. Statue dance, Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar. Whist drive, Mr. Timms and Mrs. Shipley. Hobby horses, Mfrs. MacLennan and Mr. Hall. Fancy Dress.--Best sus tained character. .Mrs.' Lambert (":Merry Widow"'r; most humorous, M'rs. Cotterill (Killarney Kate); most original, Mrs. Clements (Absent-mind ed Professor). Other costumes noticed were:--Miss Croker (bride), Mr. Reeves (bride groom), Mr. Hall (parson), Mr. Scully (nMaternity nurse), Mesdame...

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

I:'.? -.? ]" ;:'.- ":? .... . • ' ? '_"..."".".." ..:.:' . " ..?.: :.:..';:;... Y .·.w·v,·+ ·::: O ·ý.:?.... . - :'. : ;:.: · '..... ...... He lifve ?ust ?'?? the ?mer He Iive just º the comer REMEMBER HIM? He went to the local schooa .. s h gt hr . job and his first long pants. He played with the local cricket team. He m?-ri~ed a local girl at the Church up the r:ad. Then came the war. He was an early naval renrlit. He fought all over the :even sens. When his tiny ship was shot from under him he clung to wreckage un til be was rescued . . after hours in water infested by sharks. He was one of many just like himself . . others weren't so fortunate. They are dead. If you cannot fight you can work and lend your money to Australia. Your money in the Third Liberty Loan means that you accept your responsibility to back up the boys in uniform. curId FACTS ABOUT THE LOAN I. diberty- Lcau B3uldO Suro ic cafe.: pirsce in thIC -:orld for yo:l ravings. Good. inter2t is paid halif-ycan2S. 7f Yo...

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

DENTISTS J. ... ------ MR. i. STu(CK F SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS IIEALES-V'ILLE ]jV~Y SATURI)AX' FORTNIGHT at the [! NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, APRIL 17th SATURDAY, MAY 1st SATURDAY, MAY 15th SATURDAY, MAY 20th [i SATURDAY, JUNE 12th MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS City Address: 1 A4LSTON BUILDINGS 32 ELIZABETH STREET / 'Phones: *eatra 2507 - Healesville '151 MR. FRANK H:COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS IIEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.10 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 - *USINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS L~WELItERED PROMPTLY TO ANY '"ART OF THE ILEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER * OLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds qf Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Pou!ton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box E:xtra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated S...

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Healesville Response TO LOAN RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

Healesville Response --w------V TO LOAN RALLY. In the Memorial Hall, on Monday night, the appeal launched by the shire president (Cr. A. Cameron) to aid ,the attainment of the shire's al lotted quota of £15,OIi in the Third Liberty Loan, resulted in an attend ance of about 50 persons-not all local residents. The rally, it is stated, was produc tive of about £1 tir, which included £1000 from the Hon. W. Angliss, who conveyed this assurance to Cr. Came ron when expressing regret at being unable .to attend the meeting. An apology for inability to be present was also receiwed from the Hon. W. H. Hutchinson, M.P. Addresses were given by the Hon. G. L. Chandler. M.L.C.. the Hon. W. H. Everard, M.L.A., Mr. Kyle (rep resenting the Storemen and Packers' Union), and by the president himself. Also on the platform were Messrs. E. G. Shiells and P. Starr, president and secretary respectively of the Healesville branch of the Australian Labor Party. Messrs. McEvatt, mana ger of the National Bank, ...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. April 7th and 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

He Market Report the - v by LBOURNE PIG MARHET. t. 'April 7th and 8th. easier market all round is the of the report on activities at the urne pig market this week, sub ed by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and The report reads as under:- tores.-Easier. Suckets 10/- to .,slips 22/-, stores 24/- to 36/-. orkers.-Easier generally, but fair sound values throughout, 42/- to ackfatters.-Selling freely. We drafts for C. Pilgrim at £13/4/-, S. Perry £11/19/- and £11/1/-; J. ant 111/6/-, J. Langan £106/-, W,. field £9/1;/-, J. Clancy £9/19/-, many more. aconers.-A splendid run, values ly steady. We had a good, even e, including six M. WVallace at £6 i, two C. J. Hall at £6/2/6, ten L. rnett at £6/1/6, four T. Stewart at /1i/6, three A. Stoddart at £5/12/6, irA. L. Sears at £5/8/6, seven J. Hickey at £5/S/G, five F. Wimpolo 15/7%, six R. Mills to £5/7/-, six Campbell at £5/2/6, twelve W. hns at ,5/14/-, etc. Calves.-Firm. We sold .47 to £3 /-, top. SPilriln's ."Progress" £13/4/ ,.;beau tiful white, our...

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[?]en's War Service [?]TING AT HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

S War Service to ERf V AI · ILLE . "e tir, , again i ;a} to sob [oie 0 5 i-,lallches of t for Ce e w as accom r e - o r service- D .m m an , tGel *r Shel ninan, l to L eut i V.A.S. nbl, l c ! 11' C.,U* . fors ul ' o at They stressed the ioto the ton Cl a tween the its% ce for 4 yeal to, join the ee drelease en for duty rad . d ice; at battle stations. s i e enraman spoke of the urgent vn ".ontn oandi girls for every a0 i opletal workl, including es se e eiCeal duties, typ uts rde es and cooks. No ruina qrl cations ne'oe necessary, and e ?ould lie trained under a id tns. .In view of the h C aup, girls should perceive a of coosing their own hote ie while they still had 1 yer ort to do so. ho ant Cooper said that .the A.W. ilt a nlaking a special appeal for Pa. s to 35 for anti-aircraft retir Girls required were those Jr. ferred a healthy, active, out bly and who were prepared to for rapid promotion. ten omen whose inclinations lie lis A directions, but who neverthe being to serve thei...

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

Much processing is done by steel rollers in the middle of the plant. They blend break down and reheat rubber compounded In the misers. Inset shows the black gum as it is rolled. U.S.A. Shipping Complete Tyre Factory to Russia More Evidence of Practical Aid by Democracy to Hard Pressed Soviet Ally. Most Australian newspapers recently gave brief news of arrangements to transfer, holus-bolus, the Ford Motor Co's. tyre factory from U.S.A. to the U.S.S.R., under Lend Lease to the Russians. THIS vital plant was housed in a modern building, covering four and a half acres of the Rouge Plant. at Dearborn. 70,000 square feet of glass enabled the sun to light the 435,000 square feet of floor space. The windows were specially con structed to filter out the harmful actinic rays, those which cause the oxidation of rubber. No doubt the Soviet will erect the same type of structure in view of the importance of such factors. No expense had been spared in building this plant to be as nearly automatic ...

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

He cah't fight with a hearty handshake s e Kth ~. V ' "" Jti > 5r. . .so cor.e ,on .... S0 COOme Ofl Australia Let's fill the Third LIBERTY .L.65.32 ENJOY THE SECURITY OF A SAVINGS ACCOUNTI Hoarding . . whether of money or goods . . . is neither wise, patriotic, no safe. Saving, on the other hard, when you use a Commonwealth Savings Bank Account, is of def;nite benefit to you aord to your country. It keep. your money active, allows ou to build up your savings for the cleoring of urgent liabilities and for investment in Australia's war effort, and prcvides srcurity for your future. Save . . . aon put all your savings in a Commmrone'lth Savings Bank Account. A COMMMU iBiEASA BSAI R ACCOI4I Simplifies saving for investment in National Savings Bonds, War Savings Certificates or the Next War Loaf in advance. '' "L . . :.?s ., . . ,.. . .+ ,. . ' 4 •ý -, . l.. . . ... 1 ,, ;if-.tt ý hi. , ' The IIlustration showing the X-ray equipment, which can reveal the tiniest imperfections ir meta...

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"St. Hubert's" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

"St. Hubert's" By A. A. Deschamps. Following on the recent article on '.'Chateau Yering," I have been repeat edly asked to give readers of the "Ex press" a .brief'outline of the starting point of "St. Hubert's" and the inter esting part it played in the early de velopment of the district. "St. Hubert's," which now compris es many up-to-date farms, owes its pjresent prosperous condition to sys tematic top dressing of its vast pasto ral areas. During the "grazing licence" tenan cy of the Yering cattle station by Mr. Paul de Castella, he was visited by his brother, Hubert de Castella. This was in 1854, when the latter was on a tour from Switzerland to Australia. He returned to his native country in 1856, taking with him samples of the Yering wines. These so impressed connoisseurs and himself that he de cided to return to Victoria to advance the wine industry. When freeholds became available he purchased 3000 acres at Yering, and commenced to plant a vineyard which eventually ag gregate...

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Ghosts of Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 April 1943

Ghosts of Melbourne By Eileen Finlay, Author of '"The Caravan Passes," "The Hills of Home," etc. Last week, in a day of autumn sun shine, I felt I would like to get on a high roof and look down on the Mel- bourne I have known so well-just to see if there were anything friendly left that would speak to me of other days. So I chose the Manchester Unity roof to see the new city which has arisen in so short a space of time. It was not very long before I was lost in a reverie, for as I gazed at this and that building, old ghosts floated up to me - ghosts of a more homely and intimate city, not so near the stars but nearer the ground, and closer, maybe, to human hearts. It is a grief that this generation can never know that old city. To begin with, hundreds of feet be low me, was the old corner where youth met youth and filled in the time of waiting by wondering which ring they would choose if ever-''Stew art Dawson" was written across the window. Across the street, where I tried to forge...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. April 14th and 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. April 14th and 15th. MIessrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. sub mit the following report on activities at the Melbourne pig market on the dates mentioned: Stores.-Fewer yarded, values re covered slightly, 12/- to 26/-. Porkers.-A steady sale for all de scriptions at better values, 42/- to 82/-, a few to 94/6. Backfatters.-Heavy and fat were badly neglected, lean and long selling at about late rates. Light 90/- to £5 10/-, medium £5/15/- to £6/15/-, heavy £7 to £12/10/-. We sold drafts J. A. Stewart at £10/ 11/-, five C. Dark to £9/9/-, three G. Cribbes to £9/9/-, A. Iseppi £9, J. Hambrook £8/1/-, and many more. Baconers.-Quieter throughout. A few choice pens £5/10/- to £6/10/-, odd pens to £6/15/6, others 82/- to £5/7/6. We sold five Mrs. Griffin to £6/3/6, six Miss A. Tomplinson at £6 3/6, A. Leviston at £6, twenty-five W 'Christenson to £5/16/6, six A. Bentley to £5/1/G6, three C. A. Sims to £6, six S. Affleck at £5/10/6, eight C. Wil liams at £5/7/6, s...

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World's Greatest Coloratura IN LOVE LIFE OF JOHANN STRAUSS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

World's Greatest Coloratura ~-4~--- IN LOVE LIFE OF JOHANN STRAUSS. "The Great Waltz," glamorous musi cal drama based on the life of Johann Stauss, recreates the romance of old Vienna at the Healesville talkies to night, where it will be revived, with Luise Rainer, Fernand Gravet and Miliza Korjus, new opera star dis covery, heading an important cast. The story deals with the life and love of Strauss, played by Gravet, his wife Poldi, played by Miss Rainer, and the opera singer with whom he was infatuated, enacted by Mmine. Korjus, who sings "Tales of the Vienna Woods" and other haunting Strauss songs, in spectacular presentations. The Imperial Opera, the palace of Emperor Franz Joseph, Vienna dur ing the Metternich revolution, the Vienna woods, are elaborate details in the picture. Miss Rainer is tremendously appeal ing, and rises to great dramatic heights in scenes with her rival for the composer's love. Miss Korjus is beautiful, has a flair for comedy, and is glamor personified a...

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