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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. April 28th and 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 May 1943

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. April 28th and 29th. Enquiry was keener all round last week at the Melbourne pig market, vide the report submitted by Mebsrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co., the live.live stock'salesman, which reads: Stores.-In steady request at about values 16/- to 36/-. Porkers.-All 'classes selling freely at a shade below last week. Light 44/- to 56/-, 'mniedium 57/- to 70/-, heavy 71/- to 84/-, extra to 93/6. SBackfa tters.-L-Limited number peni nedl,' Values very steady. ''We sold drafts A. Razos to £12/4/-, A. -H. Bro'wn at £8/4/-, R. Andrews £8/6/-, oth'ers '£5/3/-' to £6/16/-. Baconers.-Very keen enquiry for` .best quality,: at better figures. We' sold six Holloway Bros, at' £7/0/6, three T. Stewart at £7/0/6, fuir Johh campbell at £6/18/6, R. Warray £6 15/-, three L;?"cLacblan .t £6/12/6,; D. Martin £6/12/-, eight.'. Lineham at '£5/6/6. Calves.-- A moderate yarding, which; soldat lat -rates 12 /- to 71/-. A moderate siupply, prices still high, A. Razos £12/4/-, £...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Council Met on Monday HEALESVILLE SHIRE DELIBERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 May 1943

Council Met on Monday HEALESVILLE SHIRE DELIBERATIONS. Present. Crs. Cameron (president),.1 Kay, Dawborn, Mowle, Huxham, Bar ton, Cook and Johnston. CORRESPONDENCE. Country Roads Board, confirming its decision to provide an additional £25 for Smith's road, in same propor tion as original grant.-To be thank ed. Same, that board was prepared to provide £200 from Federal funds to enable worst sections to be put in order, subject to council contributing £50 in addition.-To be ,thanked. Same, that,sand surface on Marys ville-Buxton road was normally main tained by the patrolman, with a horse and truck, but present day conditions were unsuitable for this type of Work, and as soon as weather conditions were more favorable the road would receive attention.-Received. Sanie, requesting up-to-date infor mation of roads and roads bridges by May. 31, and enclosing map showing all ,bridges on main roads, together with a typed list showing classifica tion for each bridge as at present re corded.-R...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 May 1943

IN MEMORIAM OLNEY.-To the memory of our dear pal "Wally," died of injuries, New Guinea, April 8. --Ptes. Auddie and Harry Patterson. LOWE.-In loving memory of our darling little girl, Gwenda May, who passed away May 9th, 1941, aged 34. Not a day do we forget you, In our heart you are always near; We who loved you sadly miss you, As it dawns another year. --Inserted by her mother, father, and brother Roy. BEREAVEMENT THANKS OLNEY.-Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Olney and Family wish to thank rela- itives and many friends for letters, cards, telegrams and personal expres- sions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement; especially thanking the Rev. Muxworthy for his personal visit.       Will all please accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment of their deep gratitude. Maroondah Dam, Healesville. Mrs. Charles Andrews and Family wish to thank all kind relatives and friends for personal expressions of sympathy, beautiful floral tributes, telegrams, letters ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 May 1943

DENTISTS MR. H. "T,'CK ' SURGE O:-DEN:TIST VISITS IIEALES VILLE SVEJY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the i l MAROONDAII TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: [ SATURDAY, MAY 13th SATURDAY, MAY 29th SATURDAY, JUNE 12th [., City Address: LI_ ALSTON BUILDINGS 12 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Mentral 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD .VYTS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment qA BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 B USINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS ,ELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF TIIE IEALESVILLE DIsTJaICT MAURICE CHANDLER OLIVE AVENUE, IEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND" AT LOWEST RATES LALSiES--WHY WORRY? Write SE. u. Pou!top SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free %(talogue. Men apJ Women wild find it of great All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 165 BO7RKE ST., IMELB. ` Olený 2197 of Sort...

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Blind Institute Aided [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 May 1943

Blind Institute Aided   - v------ In the Palais last Saturday evening the Healesville Auxiliary R.V.I.B. held the annual May social, to raise funds for the blind babies' nursery. More than 200 persons attended, dancers including many service men and wom- en, and numerous visitors. Euchre was in charge of Mrs. R. Courtney, and prizes (donated by Mrs. L. Adam) divided between Mrs. D.   McLeod and Mr. Glen Heritage (play ing as lady). Mr. D. McLeod and Mr. A. Dennehy claimed first gent's prize. Booby awards went to Mrs. Wischer and a bashful Digger who declined to give his name. Mr. I. W. Gardiner, M.C.. kept the dance pro- gram at the right tempo, and capably supervised Monte Carlo and lucky spot competitions, the former annex- ed by Mr. Pat Kelly, partnered by Miss G. Prior, and the latter by Miss L. McCarthy and partner. A special prize of a turkey went to Mr. J. Bancell. A second bird was not claim- ed and has been sold, and the money donated to funds. The...

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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Racing ----V--7--- Selections for the Willamstown meeting, at Flemington, are as under: Kororoit Hurdle. Benghazi ........ ..... . ......1.......... 1 Gay Invader ............................ 2 V irile ..... ..... ... ................. .... 3 Seaside Handicap.' Lunar Lynx ....... ............ 1 David's Last ................ ....... 2 Celebes ............... ... ... ...... 3 Spotswood Steeplechase. Victory M arch .....................:...... 1 Highland March ........................ 2 Jack Farr .................. .......... 3 Gellibrand Handicap. Tw o V als .................................. '1 Christopher Wren ...... 2 H earsay ...... ...... .......... .. 3 Bay View Hahdicap. Prlmavera .......................... 1 Clauldette .................... ... 2 Hullabaloo ..... ........... ...... 3 Beach Welter.? Stonecastle ..... ............ 1 Burrabil .............. .... .... 2 Lucille ........... ...... ..- ..- 3 Second Division. New Warrior ... ,. 1 Celeris ...... _.._ ... .» , ." 2' Moo...

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Yarra Glen Catholic Welfare Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Yarra Glen Catholic Welfare Ball. Social amenities will be revived at the Yarra Glen Memorial Hall on Fri day, May 28, when a grand ball will be held to augment the funds of the Catholic Welfare Organisation, a so ciety which has as its objective the raising of money for the establish ment and maintenance of huts to pro vide comforts for men and women of the allied fighting forces. The C.W.O. in fact, can be likened to the Red Shield and Y.M.C.A. movements, as its work is on similar lines At the ball there will be several good attrac tions, i.ncluding fox trot and waltzing competitions for prizes valued at i1 1/- Judges for these will come from Melbourne, and are even unknown to local committee members. There will be euchre for non-dancers, while the devotees of the light fantastic will be regaled with music from the Tooron 'ga Palais band, an orchestra compris ing five instruments. Apart from all the foregoing, there will be novelty dances of an entertaining order, and a ,tip-top s...

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Hospital Sports Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

IHospital Sports Committee. A meeting was held on Monday night, it being decided to insure the sports for 5o0 against 10 points of rain falling between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The secretary reported a large number of enquiries for programs. which augured well for success. En tries for wood chops and running are coming in freely, much to the de light of the committee, who are leav ing nothing to chance for the success of the meeting. Everything has been finalised for obtaining equipment for horse and chopping events, and the running track is receiving extra atten tion, so that runners will have no cause for complaint. Officials have 'been allotted for all sections, and the greasy pig is being specially trained. iA. number of local horses are being exercised in readiness, and promises p? good entries have been received tfrom district owners. All that is re quired for a good meeting is fine Weather. Donations to date are about £ 60. "lospltal Building Fund. Amount acknowledged, £772/10/l; "...

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[?] and Australir [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Sand Australir Editor, Sthe of Melbourne." t nk Stevenson. "I natness, its streetso it ?sre iule, are cel ' asde ?e-ntal effect on i do det trio dwell by the of h te yal'a." e er. o never saw Mel hi suroably such caustic CIE ro, c , Pte cant praise doteehing the G.P.O. as descr ; ith a tower. structure few literary Suinor Australia with a to host Scot made four n fiost was in 1890, just Te e of some three hun pataie Samoa, where his tinA2Sirmna* (fnow Go home was later built. He 10-se) the German steam dn February 17 of that ynFeS, he wrote Mr. r . hFor myself I eaes hs' of work and so cl pare a moment. MY ch, cllent and has been tried sbe wet weather, and l, dinners and lunches. lile to be our metropolis, I to lay bmyself out to be tith an eye to yourself. sceish people have turned afterwards he was confined the Union Club with a cold, Sated in a severe haemorr sas the forerunner of a prostrating disorders which prisoner in his room. His were staying in lodgings else The S'tyney fi...

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Librarian Says [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Librarian Says To prove his theory that many book readers do not know what they are reading about, James Agate tells the story of how he was once staying at an hotel, whose books were all uni formly bound. A lady guest had been. reading one of them on the verandah, and on being called away for a few mninutes she inserted her book-mark in the book and left it lying on the chair. James Agate immediately sub stituted the book for another one, and inserted the lady's book-mark. On the lady's return she picked up the book and began reading on from the marked place, quite oblivious that it was not the same book she had been reading before. Well, James Agate's theory is mine also-and I have often proved it this way. Some years ago I took half a hovel (a popular love story) and had it bound up with half a book givin.; dry. statistics about the wheat belt in Dakota. "I interleaved each page of love-story with a: page about wheat harvesting, and, 'believe it or not, as Mfr. Ripley says, but n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

1 DRPEAM. for DAYTIME Mary Martin YP "'HAPPY GO LUCKY"' Pineapple print day-time dream, de signed by Raoul Pene Due Bosles for Mary Martin to wear in Paramount's "Happy Go Lucky." The white pat tern is etched on a soft periwinkle blue crepe ground. The bracelet length sleeves are fitted tight to the elbow. The fitted bodice has a V neckline and the skint features a front fullness and a cleverly draped short over-skirt. Her hat is a natural colored raffia. "Happy Go Lucky," new scintillat ing musical, is a riot from start to finish. Mary Martin and Dick Powell supply romance and melody, and Ed die Bracken and Betty Hutton the humor.humor. They do say that the dance Mary does in this 'H~ppy Go Lucky" is the hottest thing to hit the Hayes office! And then some. First-Aid is rendered by bus-men (above) while the F rd bus-casualty vehicle stands concea t from enemy aircraff by tree 'iagjo. Left Planning the route b. ro bus.convoys are marshalled-secr. ary and execu. fives of the N.S.W Bu...

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Krueger Fled To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Krueger Fled -v To the Editor. Sir,-I am thrilled with the Biogra phy of General Smuts appearing in your paper. I well remember the Boer War, and how my brothers used to argue over it and the Jameson Raid and Cecil Rhodes and Krueger. One of my brothers would pound on the table and bet his last bob they would never get Krueger, and they didn't; He 'escaped 'to Holland, I think, and this same Queen of Hol land gave him shelter, and he died there. I never knew Jamesoh -was so good a man. I thought he beat Rhodes for the gold. Rhodes -went out there and saw the rich gold fields and said England should have ithem, and Jameson got it before his return, and wasn't it sunk Iii the ocean? You are right when you say Australia owes a lot to the aborigines, and although we are British we' owe a lot to the South Africans and the Dutch and Ireland. Our soldiers came home from the Boer War in bad con dition. I remember the trouble over the "Drayton Grange," the ship which (brought many fine Tasma...

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Afircan Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. Chapter 6. WAR HYSTERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Afircan Crucible V -p A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. n By ROBERT EADIE, M.B.E. it Chapter 6. P WAR HYSTERIA. The response by the Boers to the v call of war was extraordinary. s Under the Commando Law all v males between sixteen and sixty were V compelled to take up arms for their t country. It further provided that each person must assemble at a pre- o scribed place in his district within a il :given period, and in most cases that t was only a matter of hours. In more remote districts it might take several C days to complete the assembly. t Each person had to provide a fit horse, saddle and bridle, with three days' rations and one or more blan ,kets. Provision was not made for payment, nor was it 'expected. .After equipping hifnself as described, he was ready to take the field without promise of pay or reward of any kind. Hundreds of boys of not more than thirteen years of age accompanied their fathers and brothers and went through all the rigors of a war which lasted for nearl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

DCSIAh1Sj" NOTICE Stlrous of Purchasing or roperties in Healtesville and ding Districts should consult J. DAV BORN l Estate and Business Agent Property 'Salesman ginds of Insurance Effected jteglstrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLI. 'phone Heales. 42 WAdi Co10t You will be wise to ee dti new Footwear shown bete. The season's authentic stylem a all occasions are included in our fin, stock. Many unique designs in thas with definite style appeal are here at vary reaonable pries. MacDonald's SHOE STORE 0 Nicholsoa St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS OIICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS It., S.A., and Tas. Ih COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND L' THEIR HEtALESVILLE OFFICE Plen, and Bradshaw's Buildings E ,een the ho!rsn of 3 p.m. and C r ir. EVERY TIIlU SDAY Telephones: alesylle 39 MIS 4839 CONSUMERS OF ELECTRICITY The general demand for electricity must he re duced to enable war requirements to be met. THE CRITICAL PERIOD IS FAST APPROACHIN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Get Results. Advertise functions in the THE HEALLESVILU GUEaGU . II n,4n, LA WAROUTILITY SUIT IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHInhIIIIIIIInIIIIlIIIgII S"KILL THE 'FLU!" An attack of the "Flu" need not incon venience you or cause you discomfort in any way if you take our reliable "Flu" SRemedy. It will stop pain and depression and have you feeling fit and well again almost immediately. I TRY BARTOLD'S 'FLU MIXTURE BARTOLD'S PHARMACY -- Opp. Post Office, HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). ". II_ tIIIIINfIIIIIIIIIl1 III9IýII il111 llfPlIIlll - MISS McDONALD, Manageress Fore 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 a it Shoerna.n Nicholson St. Healesville , ' Telephone 103 Healesville Furit e A.rcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAWV ROAD--EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought IHIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Wor...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Croydon Market All classes of live stock sold at high prices on Monday. Milking cows brought £14, heifers £13/5/-, stale £8/7/6; springing cows £12/5/-, heifers £11/10/-; back ward cows £10/5/-; yearling heifers 80/- to 116/-: store cows £6/10/- to £8; fat bullocks, light weight, £12; fat cows £14, heifers £13/2/6; beefy cows £12/5/-; choppers £6/10/- to £10; crackers to £6; dairy bulls £7/5/-. Calves.-Still in demand. Large vealers £11/7/6, small 90/- to £8/5/-; calves 45/- to 80/-, small 25/- to 40/-, light weights to 18/-. Pigs.-In great deinand. Heavy porkers 90/- to 105/-, medium 73/- to 90/-, light 58/- to 70/-; light bacon ers £5/19/-; chopping sows 70/-; porker stores 40/-,to 58/-; slips 25/ to 36/-; suckers 12/- to 28/-. Sheep.-Scarce, with quality selling at high prices. Lambs 50/-, suckers 19/- to 28/-,,shorn 25/9, plain 18/- to 24/-; two-tooth ewes 20/3 to 26/7; 'two-tooth wethers 31/-, six-tooth 27/1; crackers 7/- to, 12/6, rams 24/3. Horses.-Selling a few each Mon :day...

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[?]tional Security Regulations Flouted TIMBER WORKER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

tional Security Rega .....--V .IMBER WORKE R FINED. the Lilydale police court on Fri te PM. (Mr. Nicholas) imposed e of i? on James Smith, a tim eo0ker at Mt. St. Leonard's, near esmille, for failing to produce his tir card within the statutory to two days, when ordered to do p the police. or-.constable Newton,. of Ireales ,informed the Bench 'that the was !iensing duty at the Toolangi Ho with Constable Fleischer, on' Octo 10. About 9.5 p.m. he saw a man ing around the premises shout 'The cops are here." Witness ted him and asked his name. :d replied "James Smith." When to produce his identity card he Snot do so, saying it was at the Constable Fleischer then or him to take it to the Healesville e station within two days. Ac Sfailed to comply. addition to the fine, accused ordered to enter into a recognis aithin coven days for a sum of tha: he would comply with, tho .?a Security Man Power regula for a period of three years, also £1fl/4/- costs, in default two 'imprisonment.

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Valedictory Social [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

-M all, n Sunday of Johnedictorv eveningl was - e". vale ~-h and her two erv s et. and Nell, who have .i<b. their new home in Wal d for .thei po!ogies for ab eL" l 'roAn Messrs. Da! "e receive ndac?tt, and the S1nd, r?-sent tool the oppor e ,hthe guests every ilal was reTOn Pct puroelpstDir. J. Pockett, r ipurlhC g ), t Rev. and Sloccett (son°gRev. Mux o r'oh (duetsolos and Mrs. ,. playc1 a-comPaoTnist. o i3cas acc0n behalf of the sdan. o i rs. Smith was l union, sa and hoped she o gentiual friends and sur d in. new sphere. e? f thin irl5s' fellowshiP, 0A beIrof thep^essed regret at o n mbers, whom she Sfor te, help and encourage SNetosn, pea?in for the \'CWa0iln'' nd friendS, assured fan ily'I sancere wishes, and fr f 11all they had done for u(rch. added felicitations for ndan school teachers, and the nayented sIMrs. Smith with a presC0the numerous friends e family were leaving be Ind hea .oith suitably respond ad, as al that she and ·er family a app eciated the kindness...

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Shrapnel [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Shrapnel Council meetings are not a matter of minutes. Or are they? Australian tea and, jumble sale, St. John's Hall, May 25, to relieve vicar age debt. Crown swept off road, says coun cillor. Then who's going to be His August Majesty? Perhaps you should listen in to "The Master Mind of Music," from 3DB, at 9.30 to-morrow morning. Catholic ball, Memorial Hall, Yarra Glen, Friday, May 28. See advertise ment. Give some people the moon and they'll still want the stars. New Red Cross treasurer: Mr. Alex ander Raff. Ne'er forget will the Aussies the gravel S. B. Mowle sprinkled o'er Wallace parade, Such service so sensibly shown Makes him not in the least bit afraid That when he comes up for election Again will he lead the brigade. That .was why he got pats on the brisket (Annoyed, was he? No, not at all!) As he tripped like a trouper the tripp'ings Last night at the Milit'ry Ball, Out of the bag: last pop at the "pops," Of: course you've heard the local couple learning to sing "Not Nece...

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Echoes of Variety [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

hoes of Variety -v By M.H. e who recall the old vaudeville in Melbourne will have memo i the Opera House (now the and the Bijou and Gaiety homes of variety. Stheatres were on the south u BoUrke street, between Swan. and Russell streets. To reach Biou foyer one climbed a long n' white marble, steps.. The as located by entering the Stharcade, the ticket box. be the middle of the arcade en tnd the theatre doorway on . aht?and side, some distance Salong. There was a firm of n"?ed Bruce on the corner the Bijou stairway and the ne o entrance to the Gaiety. s artistolden days of vaudeville, al btist"s of renown appeared talent (programs), as well as p era House (Harry Rick , the leading circuit, and alstr, a Playing this circuit in ,,rallan capitals and New Zea 'rcUld then sometimes play Ful or oit e spending another anartists often seen in plh r revue at the Bijou were 1 i"?. Roy Rene ("Stiffy ,eliie Connors and Queenie ltt Holle, Vaude and Verne, , (and his "Boy Scouts"), n, labelle 'Mor...

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