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Conditions in P.O.W. Camps INFORMATION COMING TO HAND [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Conditions in P.O.W. Camps -----VV INFORMATION COMING TO HAND Very little information is available concerning the majority of prisoners of war camps in Japan or of condi tions in the various localities under which prisoners are living. The Red Cross, however, is beginning to re ceive certain official information from the International Red Cross, as a result of visits paid to camps by International Red Cross delegates in the Far East. The following is a summary of in formation gleaned about one camp near Yokohama. Details of other camps will be published later. KANAGAWA. Situated near the sea, this camp, opened in 1942, has capacity for 800 prisoners. At the time of the official visit, in December 1942, there were 512 internees, of which 19 were Aus tralians. The majority of the men came from Malaya via Formosa, and from the Phillipines. The ages of the internees range from 20 to 62, but the average age is 30 years. The camp occupies a total area of 4800 square yards, on which there ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Beyond the Reef MEMOIRS OF OTHER LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Beyond the Reef ,-.- --.V----- MEMOIRS OF OTHER LANDS. By Martin Hadley. The reef that surrounds Fanning Island, remote atoll in mid-Pacific a few degrees north of the Equator, fringes a diadem of lonely, spume washed beaches. The atoll was not able some twenty years or so ago, in that it was a relay station for the cable that spanned the Pacific Ocean between British Columbia and Aus trnlin; 't connected Vancouver with Suva (Fiji). In 1915 the copra plantation on Fanning was owned by an Anglo Americani syndicate known as Pelly and Armstrong. This firm of Pacific Island planters, owned a copra vessel called th'e "Kestrel." In her palmy days the "Kestrel' had been a warship in the Chilean Navy. But in the days of which I write she had descended the social scale and had become a cockroach infested copra vessel, trad ing between Fanning and Christmas Islands, Manihiki and the Gilberts. I made a round trip in her once, from Fanning to Butaritari, capital of tile Gilberts. The plantation...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

ENGAGEMENT The Engagement is announced of Ross Vernon Mattei, A.I.F., third son of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mattei, Don road, Healesville, Victoria, to Ruth Findlay, daughter of Mr. Findlay and the late Mrs. Findlay, of Thornhill, Scotland. Healesville & Yarra Glen   GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free. to any address Morwell Hodges. Editor. STelephone 01 SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1943

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A CLEAR ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

A CLEAR ISSUE. Strategic .zones, territorial bounda ries and national claims, can often blunt the edge of realisation. that the present world struggle is in every " r. spect "total war." Two recent everits, however, have, given 'sharp reminders of. its all-embracing' scope. The first of these was President Roosevelt's disclosure that several United States' airmen who took Iiart in the raid on* Tokio had been executed by the Jap anese, in violation of all agreed meth-, ods 'of waging.war. The second was the ' cunningly conceived, .carefully planned, but rather too obvious meth ods'adopted by the Nazis ,to disrupt alld split the unity of the Allied Na tions, by the belated "disclosure" of alleged Russian atrocities. The result was, unfortunately, to give the enemy a superficial, but, it is hoped,..merely temporary success in. thq. battle 'of guile--a fresh adaptation of the strat egy of divide and' conquer. In the first 'instance, United States leaders 'have rightly' determined thait ...

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

J. FAIRBANK NICHOLSON STREET -- " 'Phone Healesville 135 DWKIVRS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT .J W5Y GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST. SO CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? I. EVERYTHING FRESH DAILY Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STiL SEL.S THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT THE LOWEST PRICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, whichl are of the most up-to-date in Victoria PLEASE ENQUIRE FOR OUR PRICES {_l r .... ......... ........... ... ........ .............. ..lI ..... : ' l li eU..:..Ul NEW HEALESVILLE Garryi rg Service JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - -. EALESVILLE 'Phone 183 Is oonducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE 'Al Kinds of Goods. Delivered Promptly and Carefully to Any Part of the District ALL TRAINS MET- LOWEST RATES CHARGED A Trial Iespettfully Solicited DON'T Take any Risk of Lose By Firer Protect Your Homes and Furniture SBI Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlement, with Full Compensati...

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At "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

At "The Ferns" On Wednesday, 28th ult., a party of 16 picknicked at Baby Creek. No casualties were reported. Next day a party of 30 visited the sanctuary. On the Friday evening a social was held, and Mrs. Proter delighted with songs ("I Was Dreaming" and "Smil in' Through"), Miss Joy MacGregor with a Highland fling(; Mr. Williams ("The Cobbler's Song" and "The Little Hills"): Mrs. MacKay ("Danny TBoy" and "Ye Banks and Braes'); Mr. Bottoms ("Anchored," "Well Re member' and "Bingo Farm"): Mr. J. L. MacKenzie ("I Belong to Glasgow," "The End of the Road" 'and "The Waggle of the Kilt"); Mrs. Gosling ("Memory Lane"), and, with Mrs. Needham jnr., a duet ("Alice Blue Gown"). i Prizes were awarded as follow: Statue dance, Miss J. Williams and Mr. Williams; Monte Carlo of 30th, Miss Shirley Davis and Mrs. Need ham, of 1st inst., Mr. and Mrs. King. Musical arms, Mrs. King. Billiards were won by Mr. C. M. Neylon from Mr. Maher, of West Brunswick. In a valedictory speech Mr. Bottoms spoke of t...

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

DENTISTS MR. I-I. -'i'(, CK F; . SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS IHEALE:;,'ILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, MAY 15th I. SATURDAY, MAY 29th SATURDAY, JUNE 12th City Address: JLSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH -STREET 'Phones: 0entral 2507 -- Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY TTIIUtSDAY 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 ANY PART OF THE IIALESVILLE DISTRICT IAURICE CHANDLER (OIVE .,;,"ENUE, ;IEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND. JAT LOWEST RATES LA.:ES-WIIY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS F:OR ALL FEMALE NEAKNESSES SAFA AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extr:a Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Wo ien will find it of great interest All Co'r'espondence treated Strictly Confidential 105 'OURKE ST., IrELD. Y Cen...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET May 5th and 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Market Report -*V------ MELBOURNE PIG MARKET May 5th and 6th. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. sub mit the following report on activlttes at the Melbourne bpig market on the dates mentioned: Stores.-A steady demand at late values, 12/- to 32/-. Porkers.-Values well maintained at last week's rates. We sold some very fine lots from 47/6 to 94/6. Backfattera.--A.heavier supply, de mand weaker, and prices below late figures. We had a splendid sale on the market, including drafts for A. Bateson at £11/6/-, W. Howlett at £10/14/-, C. Cunningham at £10/11/-, W. Lewis at £19/6/0-, G. Cribbes at £10/14/-, H. Anderson at £9116/-, C. George £9/11/-, F. Toy and Sons £9 14/-, A. O'Neil £9/6/-, S. Affleck at £9/1/-, K. Park at £9/4/-, two V. Edwards to £8/19/-, and many more. - -N mm m|mm m?umml- m| Baconers.-A stinging sale all thrpugh, including top of market, four Miss L. Thompson at £7/1/6; second top, ten C. M. Fankhauser at £7/0/6; eight C. W. Scott to £6/17/6, three T. Stewart at £6/16/6, fou...

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

,. .. a B .ueo - : . !^"ý "J'?:, 'LT'; " " ; ON MAY 21 THIS YPtR S .a ` 't o ifirst e,.r ib2.i 4.engined Liberator * ' ,'.C'% , ?i a.??. ::'-, . Bomber shown rolled SFord Airplane Plant at :... ?;. ;' .': '.`. ' "''''I.. . W iow Run, U.S.A. f a.:' : ' ;. . . ':. , another 8, ?00 od d planes of the same design will emerge :. % from this enormous Why Not More 10 OOPlane Raids? The 'Allies' Long-planned, All-out Aerial Blitz of Germany can't Happen - Yef. Despite tie high total of 185,000 p:;~ s vwhicl U.S. factories w:ili urd"uc° by Jauy, 1943, presCnt uiAtut cayý . cope Wih our lisses in bi; raids like Cologn. 'This artic!o exp!ains why. SA 1 I N ( aeronautical writer p)ointed out that we have a lot to learn about the numbers of planes that must be produtced to give the Allies over whelming air supremacy. If a thousand planes were needed on a certain front many thought all that had to tbe done was to build that thousand planes and get them there. Yet notling coull be farther from tle...

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Tubeless Tyres SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 May 1943

Tubeless Tyres SUCCESSFUL AMERICAN EXPERI MENT. Details are given in the April issue of "The Radiator," official organ of the R.A.C.V., of the new system evolv ed in America and now being tested in Australia whereby motor vehicles can be run on inflated covers-tube less tyres. As tubes have to be made of almost pure rubber, the saving if these are rendered unnecessary will be considerable. To use covers without tubes the wheel must be of the drop centre type and the valve, which is mounted in the hole previously occupied by the tube valve stem, should be of the all metal, or truck, type. The inside of ,the rim should be cleaned thoroughly and the section where the bead comes into contact' with the rim should be smoothed. If there are any rough places or corrugations on the bead, they should be smoothed with emery. After the casing has been mounted on the rim, the wheel is placed hori zontally on a support, the valve core is removed, as a big blast of air is required to make an effec...

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Lost in the Bush GIRLS' ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 May 1943

SLost in the Bush GIRLS' ADVENTURE. Concern was felt on Wednesday, when it became known that a party of young women teachers from the Methodist Ladies' College were lost In the bush somewhere between "The Hermitage." Blacks' Spur, and Heales ville. They had spent the week-end at "The Hermitage," and left on Mon day morning to hike to Healesville, by way of Condon's Gully, and when it was realised that they had spent two days and two nights in the bush anxiety was felt for their safety. They were reported missing at mid night on Tuesday, and Senior- con stable Newton immediately arranged a search party to leave at daybreak. Searchers were Senior-constable New ton, Mounted - constable Basham, Messrs. Harold, Ron and Jack Fur'ms ton and Don Clarke. They were join Ld by Dr. L. Mitchell and Mr. Jack ;on, fathers of two of the girls, Miss Anderson, of "The Hermitage," and IFirst-constable Knight, of Marysville. Mr. Harold Furmston reported hav 'ing seen strange tracks the previous day on ...

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Krueger and Rhodes To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 May 1943

Krueger and RhIode To the Editor. Sir,--With reference to. the .inter esting. .letter,.from A.R... Latrobe,.Tas mania, I would be pleased ifyou will permit me to make a few. observations which may interest your contributor. 'It is correct tostate that.Krueger es caped .to Holland. There was no ab solute necessity for his leaving the country at..the precise date.,. As he was too old to follow the commandos it was. thought that. his presence in Europe might- influence .some of the powers. which had been threatening 'England to put their words into. ac tion. The Government of Holland sent a warship to convey him to Europe. He was treated as an equal in the Court of Holland. A proposed visit to Germany was frowned upon. by the Kaiser, and indeed language was used which could have no othelr meaning than t~hat if, Krueger entered. German. territory he would ,be liable ito arrest. His health had then brok en down, - and i he visited Switzerland, where, he die. . .. When Cecil Rhodes went t...

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Soldiers Injured in Collision. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 May 1943

'Soldiers Injured in Collision. -.Early on Tuesday a motor truck :belonging: to Rorchc's saw mills, Heaiesville, and driven by C. L. Lowe, collided with a military truck in. the main street. Four soldiers -were in jured, two seriously. One had a finger severed. They were taken to the Wfili tary Hospital at Heidelberg.

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Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 May 1943

Victory Club" ----V----- The monthly euchre and dance in 'the Palaig, organised by the Heales ,ville Victory Club to aid Ithe Red Cross, was their biggest success to date, 430 being present. Euchre prizes were won by Mrs. Hunter (lady's) and Mr. W. Maloney and Gnr. Henderson (who divided the gent's), and booby consolations by Mrs. Preston and Mr. J. Bancell. A bag of potatoes, donated by Mr. A. Palmer, was won by Mrs. A. B. Den nehy, winning number 93E. The waltzing championship, capably judged by Mr. and Mrs. Jones, of Mel bourne, was won by Mr. Ron. Stevens 'and Mrs. W. Brown, Healesville, who were warmly applaudedL They 'were each presented with a gold cup, anonymously donated. During the evening Mr. and Mrs. Jones gave :'hree exhibitions of latest dances, and were thanked by the club president for rendering their services free. Donations were received from Mr. G. Stainton, £1; Mrs. Murrell, 5/-; [Mr. C. Desborough, 2/-; Mrs. MacNa mara, 4/-; Mrs.,Hare, 6/6; Mrs. Alen torn, 5/-; ...

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Labor's Bid For Evelyn (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 May 1943

Labor's Bid' For Evelyn (Contributed.) The Hon. W. H. Everard, M.L.A., will be opposed at the forthooming election by Mr. J. Gill, 29 years of age, secretary of the Eltham branch of the A.L.P., secretary of the Evelyn State Eleotoral Council, and member of the clerks' union. He was educat ed at Caulfield Grammar School. For the past three years Mr. Gill has resided at Eltham, and until re cently was employed by a leading life assurance society. At his request he has been released by the Director General of Man Power for service in the country's armed forces. At the candidate's request, the pre sident of Evelyni State Electoral Coun cil (Mr. Raymond S. Grove) has ac cepted responsibility for advertising. The Healesville branch will launch a vigorous campaign in the election. Readers should watch for advertise ments of meetings.

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For Poultry Sellers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 May 1943

. For Poultry Sellers. Owing to the shortage of daylight the poultry sale at the Croydon mar ket will start at 1 2.30 p.m. commenc ing Monday next, May 24.-(Advt.) From Orchardland. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Graham and family are down from Shepparton to spend a vacation with Senior-constable and Mrs. G. A. Newton, at the police station. Mrs. Graham is Mrs. New ton's sister. The Graham orchard at Shepparton is noted for choice peach es and pears, as several Healesville housewives can attest. 'At "The Ferns., Another f£ -, att The Ferns" ti- rai Healesville H? , 'i, 'ei fortunitely we c dntual', week. but they will g,: along with s items. Steambeoat Alloy MI. . . H. Blacko., nesday for a fo0:*,i,; and down the ..a. and finishing point beini Charles Barrett V.Write o Wonders. " of To hand front t" Charles Barrett, F.P .Z of his new hook. Aust Realm," which deals; lrit ly with the wonderi o-, rier Reef. A verital .. of information, rangin. Cook's sighting of his" land down to absorbit cerning ...

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Empire Day To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 May 1943

Empire Day -V------ To the Editor. Sir,-Your paper was no sooner on sale last week than a lady gave me a donation for my grand Empire night 50-50 dance in Manresa Hall. Haw thorn, next Monday night, to aid the Merchant Navy Patriotic Fund. Others of your readers may help bring comforts to men of the merchant navy by sending a small donation, address ed to me at 9 Burwood road, Haw thorn, E.2. For the first time in many years the Healesville Shire Council, the school committee and the Empire Day movement will not have the riegular fancy dress ball. which the.children so eagerly look forward to. However, the children will have their night, as arrangements are being made' f6r: a children's fancy dress parade, ",'!th proceeds to the Healesville IHosliital. I am hon. organiser, and anyoine n terested should get in touch.with rie. or watch for advertisements in' this paper.-Yours, etc., .RAYMOND S. GROVE. Healesville, 17/5/413.

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Racing Gambier Trial Hurdle. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 May 1943

Racing Gambler Trial Hurdle. Barrara. ................................. . 1 Spellboy . .... .. ... ....................... 2 Aurated ..... ...... .. ............. 3 Canterbury- Handicap. Stygian ....... - ................ ..... 1 Star Valley .................. .,......... 2 Calawind ...... ....... ~. ...... 3 Exeter Handicap. Two V als ............1... ................. ..... 1 Brother Bill . .... .... ....2 Mating Call :... ...... ... 3 Winchester Handicap. Tea Cake ................ ................. 1 Vale ........... .... ....... 2 Wheat Sheaf ...................... 3 Ascot Thousand. Watchguard ............ ...... ...... 1 Stonecastle ..................... ............» 2 Darraweit ...... ...... .3 Bristol Handicap. Lord Raglan .................... .... 1 Happy Go Lucky .................. 2 New Princess ........................ .. 3 Scarborough" Handicap. Londoner . . .. ...." 1 Lucille ....... ..... .................. .... 2 L iege .................. .. . .. . ..._ ..... ..... 3...

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A Double Event [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 May 1943

A Double Event Over 30 persons were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Abblitt, "Hazelmont,' celebrate the 18th and 21st birthda.ys of lMessrs. George and Selby Abblitt. Dancing and games were featured un Healesville, last Saturday night,, to der the guidance of Mr. Raymond S. Grove, with Mr. Norman Murdoch at the piano. Musical items were rendered by Mrs. Gibbs on her. accdrdeoni and:Mrs. Abblitt sang "You Are My Sunshine!' and "Mother Machree" to unrestrain ed applause. Prior to ,the honoring of toasts, a welcome was extended to Mr. Owen Partridge, a service-man just home from abroad. In proposing a toast:to Mr. Selby Abblitt, Mr. Charles Clarke spoke of the pleasure such a proceed ing gave him, and was sure 'all join ed in wishing Selby. the best. Mr. Clarke spoke similarly in favor of Mr. George Abblitt. Respondilng, both lads thanked all present for their kindness es, especially remembering . their mother. A .toast honoring Mr. and Mrs. Abblitt, proposed by Mr. John McVca and responded ...

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African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. Chapter 7. COMPLEXITY OF PIET JOUBERT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 May 1943

- African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. By ROBERT EADIE, M.B.E. Chapter 7. COMPLEXITY OF PIET JOUBERT. .It was a curious but unpleasant bight to watch train loads of refugees leaving Johannesburg on their way to Cape Town. These people were mostly in open trucks, and were exposed for two days and two nights to weather which must have tried the constitution of all. The rainy season had just started, and *the deplorable condition of these people can be better imagined than described. It was later ascertained that many of them never recovered from the ordeal which they so need lessly suffered. One evening. I was on the platform of the station where I resided, when a long train arrived. It was com posed almost entirely of open trucks. There were a few cattle trucks, which at least provided a measure of pro teotion from the rain. In one long bogic truck I counted one hundred and eight people. Among the number were many women. They had standing room and no more. They had to...

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