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HOLDING CAN BE HEROIC. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

HOLDING CAN BE HEROIC. - V------ It is now known that the mission to America of General Kenney, Com mander of the Allied Air Forces in the South-west Pacific, was primarily for the purpose of obtaining a greater share of aircraft production for use in this area of operations. There could be no doubt that if General Ken ney returns with empty hands we cannot hope to push the enemy much further northward than the line he holds to-day. This is no secret to either side; but the leaders of our fighting services are determined that it shall not be an inelastic fact. They will use our limited resources to the utmost to attack the enemy and wear him down, and, perhaps more import ant, they are equally determined to hold him where he is and keep the mainland of Australia free. For this we should be thankful, but in our feel ings of relief we must not lose a sen sible appreciation of major facts. So far we have hardly yet begun to win the war against Japan. That we shall win if each and every...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

Racing Selections for the Williamstown Easter meeting, issued prior to final acceptances, are: Seaholm Hurdle. N ot G uilty ...... ...: .................. ...... 1 Catapult ...... ...... .... ........... ..... 2 V irile ...... ...... ..... . ...... ...... . .... 3 Electric Handicap. - W hitten ...... ..... . G rey B ox ...... .'. . .... ..... . ... ... 2 ."Stygian ... ...... 3 , Easter Cup. : Pandini ......... .. . ....... , 1 Prim avera ..... .; ....... ..... ...... . 2 Sifm ilar ...... ...., .... ..... ...... ..... ... 3 Easter' Steeplechase. Highlanid March ..... .... .......... 1 Victory M arch .:. ... ... ........ .`...:... 2 Gold W atch .. . ... .. ... ...... 3 Underwood Stakes. Tranquil Star t ..... ..... . .... 1 Zonda ... ... .. .. .................. 2 Watch Guard :`................. 3 Federal ;Welter. H ero .......... . .L.: . ......... .... :..... 1 L illette ..... .. iI ..... ...... ..... .. 2 Art Union .1........... . 3. Anzac Day. A commemorative service for Anzac Day ...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

Croydon Market All classes of cattle, pigs, sheep and poultry sold well at last Monday's market, high prices ruling. Milking cows brought £15, heifers £12/12/6, stale £7/15/-; springing cows £11/5/-, heifers £10/2/6: back ward cows £9/5/-; yearling heifers £4 to £5/5/-; store cows £6/15/-; fat bul locks, light.,weight, £12/12/6; heifers £12/5/-; beefy cows £12/10/-; -chop pers £6 to £9, crackers up to £5/10/-. Calves. - Large. vealers £12/5/-, small £6/2/6 to £8/5/-; calves 40/- to 70/-, small 25/- to 38/-, light .weight to 18/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 90/- to 103/-, medium 80/- to 90/-, light 65/- to 75/-, killable up to ,55/-; light bacon ers £5/4/-; chopping sows ; £4/5/-; porker stores 35/- to 48/-; 'slips 26/ to 36/-, suckers :/- to 28/-. Sheep.-Lambs 31/7, woolly 27/11, shorn 25/-; ewes 27/11, stores 8/- to 13/-. Poultry.-Market 'xtra good. Cock erels 17/2, draklings 15/-, hens 15/11, cock chickens 13/2, stags 11/6, chick ens 6/9, chicks 4/6, pullets 14/3, hen and chickens 12/-, ...

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Rumor Denied To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

.Rumor Denied To the Editor. Sir,- Re Healesvillo Waterworks Trust tenders, as advertised in the "Guardian," kindly allow me to in form your readers that plans and specifications for the works have been available at the shire office at all rea sonable hours. I have been informed that a report has been circulated that they were not available. I immedi ately personally investigated the mat ter, and saw the complete set myself. These plans and specifications were very costly, and would not be allowed out of the office. Tenderers would not be allowed out of the office Ten derers would be allowed ample time, during office hours, to take particu lars. of the works. I have also had the pipe trench opened to enable ten derers to view the pipes, which is ad vantageous. There is no cut and dried business about this job, and gen ine tenderers are assured of a fair go. fYoursy etc.;th 0 : W. J. DAWBORN. Healesville, 21/4/43.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

DEATH NOTICES ANDREWS.-On April 17, at his resi dence, Healesville, loving husband of Eileen, loving father of Walter, Ernie (deceased), Gertrude (Mrs. Holding), Edward, Kitty, Charles, Harold, Vera (Mrs. Stanley), Eileen (Mrs. Southern), Cyril, Bill and Mae; aged 90 years. R.I.P. ON ACTIVE SERVICE OLNEY.--April 8th, New Guinea, Driver Alan (Wally), loved nephew of Mac and Rene, and cousin and pal of Harold (A.I.F), Max, Betty, Jack, Ron, May, Stan. Bancell, of Healesville. Loved by all. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1943

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

J. FAIL 3LNK 'NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone HeaIesville 135 DMZVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHIERE IN THE DISTRICT St " WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY ... .....r....·.. . -.... .................... .86 .- ..... ........ . . . . . P ublic 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 ........... ...................................... ... ...././..........*e*..******** ....................................-. ..... NEW HEALESVILLE Carryi ig Serviee JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - - HEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE "1.ll Kinds of Goods 'Delivered Promptly, and Carefully to Any Part of the District LAL TRAINS MET LOWEST RATES CHARGED A Trial Re.epectfully Solicited .............................. . . . ....... ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

RE-CAPPING Modern Method Tyre Rejuvenation BOX HILL TYRE SERVICE Pty. Ltd 1013 White Horse Rd., Box Hill *WX 2395 SIIHUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII l "KILL THE 'F IlU! IJ An attack of the "Flu" need not incon- vu I vemnence you or cause you discomfort in1 = any way if you take our reliable "Flu" Remedy. It will stop pain and depression and have you feeling fit and well again almost immediately. TRY - BARTOLD'S 'FLU MIXTURE BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Office, HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (Alter Hours, Phone 2). MIIl IIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllE MISS McDONALD, Manageress .IlM.ý... ..ww.l. ... .......---s e ..---.--=.......s s ......ws|ssl** ."' l 'i ..- 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 Shoernan Nicholson St. Healesville Telephone 163 Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J, AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD-----EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE - . MODERN U...

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Fact Stranger than Fiction EPISODE AT RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

Fact Stranger than Fiction EPISODE AT RINGWOOD. Three years ago a Ringwood busi nesS man was presented with a valu able wrist watch by his wife, and not long afterwards the watch was stolen from his business premises. With the passage of time the watch was forgot ten-until last week. Then, on the anniversary of the day the watch was lost, a man called at the business establishment and made some purchases. While leaning over the counter, inspecting the goods, the attention of the business man was drawn to a wristlet watch which the customer was wearing. The watch had a strangely familiar appearance, and, noticing that the band was not se curely fixed, he drew the attention of the man to this fact, and offered to repair it. The watch was handed over, and, taking it behind the coun ter, the owner of the premises had no difficulty in identifying it, by the number and certain other marks. Re turning the watch to the purchaser, he commented on the quality of it, and enquired where he had ...

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At "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

At "The Ferns" During the week a new track on an easy grade was blazed over the hill behind "The Ferns." A vote of thanks to Mr. Neylon .was passed by a party of 13, who picnicked on the 16th inst. at Wallaby Spring, where water for tea was obtained. On Sunday a party which arrived there in the rain was unable to locate water, and ate their refreshments dry except for a modi cum of milk. On the night of Wednesday, 14th, 27 guests attended the pictures in Healesville, the fancy dress parade being postponed until the Friday night, when prizes were awarded as follow:-Billiards.-Mr. Barnett, 1; Mr. Maxwell, 2. Hobby Horses. Ladies, Mrs. MacLennan gents, Mr. MacLennan. Statue dance, Mr. Ney ion and Marcelle. Fancy Dress.-Most original characters, Mesdames Sutcliff and Miller (Red Indian chieftain, "Sitting Bull," and squaw); best sus tained character, Mr. Bob Fraser (py jama girl); most humorous, Miss But tie (bedtime). Other interesting imper sonations were:-Mrs. Ezard (Autumn leaves), ...

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"Arline" Hears— [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

"Arline" Hears- ------V- THAT the market fair held in the Memorial Hall last week, to aid the hospital building fund, proved very successful. The fete was conducted by the hospital ladies' auxiliary, and the progressive total of funds raised was £100/8/8. A tempting array of goods was displayed on numerous stalls, staffed as follow:-Fancy Goods.-Mrs. M. Alexandei and Miss Shaw. Cakes.-Mesdames Wilson, L. G. Newton and Hookey. Produce. Mesdames Cleary, Hall and Corpish. Jumble.-Mesdames Hume and Mc Glynn. Sweets.-Mesdames B. Stan ley, Heath, and Miss Andrew. Flow ers.-Mrs. C. Snell and the' Misses Dennis. Refreshments. - Mesdames Adam, Courtney, Thomson and Hux hanm. THAT the approaching marriage is announced of Mr. John Desborough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Desborough, of Gruyere. The bride-to-be is a close friend of Miss Natalie Desborough, and was formerly a mister in St. An drew's Hospital. Their many friends will wish the young couple much hap piness. THAT this week the bush nursing h...

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African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. Chapter 3. GENIUS FOR STATESMANSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. By ROBERT EADIE, M.B.E. Chapter 3. GENIUS FOR STATESMANSHIP. The 30th of April saw Smuts back at his old college town of Stellen bosch. One of his most prominent characteristics is an aversion from outward show and elaborate ceremon ial. Yet it will perhaps come as a surprise to many of those who had only known him of late years to learn that barely anyone, except the persons most nearly connected, were aware of the object of his visit, viz., his mar riage to Miss Krize. While her brothers and sisters were at school the young couple went to the magis trato's office and the knot was tied. The parents, of course, were in the secret. On the 1st of May Mr. and Mrs. Smuts left for their new home in Johannesburg. The evening before he left for Stellenbosch he was tendered a complimentary dinner to mark the close of a series of lectures given by him on law and jurisprudence. It was, of course, a gathering of young men, and it is interest...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

BUsJe-N5 NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or Sproperties in I-Icalesville and ,ndinf Districts should consult DA: . DORN al Estate and Business Agent Propertyl!Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected ReFistrar for Births and Deaths IOLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 The Shoes That MEN SLiko Best vry man has individual tes in Foot ear and our ell assorted ! ocks enable : to plesse ';i try man. r Shoes for en include all apcs in black " 2 ;' r tan and half nes are featur dCall in, be Red and save shoes. MaoDoe eld's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS lullett & Langford SOLICITORS ICITORS and COMIIIISSIONERS FOR ATFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 5COLLINS S., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR IEALESVILLE OFFICE Merce and Brandslhuw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY ill Telephones: lll 39 -- _MU- 4360 ' ; .ý ELC R g~ CO M SSO OF VICv.'TORI :My .a . tý , ',. ý ! ± ý " F :ýý "; Y . ': ý ý ` ! .:5ýe"ý 'ý 4 fý i ýi ýý' ýE `"ý.*" y. h:" "?ýýN` sq...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

DENTISTS L- - MR. H. STOCK (f? SURGEON-DE :;TIST VISITS HEALE-VILLE M?lZRY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the NEXT VISITS: I, SATURDAY, MAY 1st v SATURD)AY, MAY 15.th SATURDAY, MAY 29th SATURDAY, JUNE 12th MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS City Address: i STON BUILDINGS 8I $2 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: .entra 2507 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HIEALESVILLE EVERY TIIURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 ,Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 SBUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIYERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER OLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write F. M. Poultun SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILI. 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 Strictly Confidential 145 BOURKE ST., M...

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Obituary ONE OF HEALESVILLE'S SONS ON ACTIVE SERVICE. DRIVER ALAN H. OLNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

Obituary ONE OF HEALESVILLE'S SONS ON ACTIVE SERVICE.   DRIVER ALAN H. OLNEY.   News has been received of the death on active service in New Guinea on April 8 of driver Alan Henry (Wally) Olney, A.I.F. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Olney, of Maroondah Reser- voir, Healesville, thus adding another name to Healesville's imperishable roll of honor of those who paid the su- preme sacrifice in the World War. Wally, who was nearly 23 years of age succumbed as the result of an accident with a truck, and the sad tidings reached his home towards the end of last week. He was one of this district's most popular young men, and only a few   months back he spent a period of leave along with several other local boys returned for a short break from   active service abroad.       All extend the deepest sympathy to the sorrowing family in their irrepar- able loss.

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[?]SSING OF A PIONEER COACH MAN. MR. CHARLES ANDREWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 April 1943

PASSING OF A PIONEER COACH DEAN. Mr CHARLES ANDREWS. eath occurred at his residence dealesville last Saturday of Mr. lfealedrews, a well known and les teeded old identity, who had ,?d the great age of 90 years, and itheill be rcnembered, had the f riving the Duke and Duch of York over ihe Blacks' Spur they, visited Australia many ago. of which event-and of others concerning the early of this district-he was fond of ng pleasant reminiscences. Andrews is survived by Mrs. rews and a large and well known ly, including Mr. E. C. Andrews Vera (Mrs. Basil Stanley), who Healesville residents: also Ger (e lrs. Holding), Eileen (Mrs. hern), Kitty, Mae, Walter, Ernie ed in last war), Charlie, Harold, l and Bill. There are seventeen d-children and eleven great d.chlldren. r, Andrews was born at Bothwell, ania, in 1sr,, and in the late aies he came to Gippsland, where helped construct the railway be n Traralgon and Maffra. After ding many years in this district e to Healesville in 1899. He ewago...

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Elusive Plans To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 May 1943

Elusive Ptans To the Editor. Sr,---Re Healoevillc y/ater Trust tenders, as advertised i the 'Guard ian" of the 1 7th inst., : vertised earl icr still in the "Argus" of the 14th inst., and later still in the same paper on the 17th, advising the world that plans and specifications were avail able at the trust office', Hcalesville, I have heard from an authority in charge that the documents were at last located and placed on the shire office general counter on 2tth inst., only, of course, six days after the first adver Itisement appeared. So, in face of this enlightenment, the alleged "rumor" was well founded. Cr. Dawborn stated that the docu ments were very costly and would not 'be allowed out of the office. Seeing that it took six days to find them, they were apparently nestled well and truly somewhere inside the office. Correspondence in the office reveals that the engineer required the pipe trench opened up to enable him to in spect the pipes to assess depreciation value. I doubt i...

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Dance and Euchre for Blind. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 May 1943

Dance and Euchre for Blind. The Healesville Auxiliary R.V.I.B. will hold their annual May function in the Palais to-night (Saturday) at S.30, and it is hoped residents and visitors will lend their patronage to aid a most worthy cause. As usual, Mr. Gardiner will be M.C., and music rhythmically dispensed by Pearce's orchestra. The euchre enthusiasts will test their skill under Mr. A. E. Kestie's supervision; cash prizes being awarded the winners. Admission is 2/-. Red Cross Acknowledgments. ' Lack of space compels us to hold these over until next week. The next branch meeting is on Monday, May 10.

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Pot Pourri [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 May 1943

Pot Pourri ------V Municipal elections will be held this year. The retirement of councillors was advanced a year for each council lor, viz., .those to retire in 1942 will. retire in 1943, those to retire in 1943 will retire in 1944, and those to retire in 1944 will do so in 1945. Healesville councillors to retire this year .re Crs. Batt, Barton and Came ron. Mr. Lindsay Field has been elected chairman of the sanctuary committee. An energetic resident is endeavor ing to provide warm showers in the Healesville baths for service men. All fears as to ownership of coppers will be dispelled. Unfortunately the scheme cannot be finalised till a certain party returns home. Council meets on Monday. Loud speaker needed outside the hall on Sunday. A mechanical one, of course. We've lots of the others.

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At "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 May 1943

At "The Ferns" v- An enjoyable social was held on the 23rd. when Scottish songs and stories by Mr. Tom Lockhead were greatly appreciated, as were songs by Messrs. Bottoms ("Deathless Army" and "If I Mirht Come to You"), Leo Kenpel ("Son .of .Songs" and "Road to Man dalay"). F, A. Berry (."Old Refrain" and. "I'll Walk Beside You"), and Mr. Needham ("White Christmas"). ..Mr. G. Burridge was heartily applauded for recitations ("Glamor Boy" and a char acter sketch from "On Our Selection") and Mrs. Cotterill for "Paddy McGin ty's Goat" and ,"These ,Hard Times." Mr. Bert Paddock mystified with con juring tricks, and the dancing, includ ed a statue competition, won by Miss Betty Miller and Mr. C. M. Neylon. On the 24th a picnic party of 24 set out for an enjoyable outing to Baby Creek, 22 reaching that, obiective, where billy .tea and cake was dispens-. ed. Several who attempted to make. record time home arrived late, after an uninterrupted circuit of Lake Yum bunga. An Anzac ev'e concert....

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Sunday Night Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 1 May 1943

Sunday Night Concert. The Memorial Hall was filled on Sunday tight for a community singing and variety concert for service men, arranged by Cr. Huxham. who con ducted the singing, while Mr. Cochran had charge of other arrangements. Mrs. Raff was pianist, and items were given by Mesdames Bolton and Payne ("Ctfanbrook Lodge"), Mrs. Gibbs, Bdr. Butcher, and Messrs. Alexander Raff, J. Pockett, N. Wallder and Sig. N. Hine, who had charge of the Chum Creek school two years ago. A num ber of local ladies provided supper, which was greatly appreciated. Bowls: With the advent o rou the bowling season is da h close. The championsl:i ra MIr. A. Hewitson, the othr ing Mr. Lechte. The , was humorously kno ' cnam House Final," and a? s ' ture was the eliminat o ers in the initial rounds, bot de being first-year players. Aoth tea the winner was conAt the president. To-day a tatl ing Messrs. Raff, A':c!,1n r and Errington (C.; ah.opose Ringwood to play a i;; snatch croquet club has enjo-,,d a mtch ...

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