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Barney O'Shea Sa[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
Barney O'Shea Sa -----v Astute financiers ur,tL!el vk disapproval the inveýtmrnl?t £10o to produce only ?],i original £10 unreturned. Thi of increment would ifave scan Invest £1 0 with a lb?olkma]er £10. If your nag romps ho get £10 and the £10 you invest 'again. Wouldn't be much fun ting only one tenner back would it, unless you have 1nc burn and like to get a ,un for The problem is elementsie:; moneys for sweeps, etc., are a according to the number of For instance, if £10 was held be won, it would only he a providing investments totalled three or four times that amou vestment or lottery fixtures themselves with this proviso. would not definitely stipulate the mere chance of passinr it 0 taking it in again. It would paid providing it was :e:urne a substantial margir-of at three or four hundred :: cent. ed to it.
Market Report[?] MELBOURNE PIG MARK[?] May 26th and 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARK May 26th and 27th. Again Messrs. T. S:, Log Co. recorded top of the market at last week's yardin; of plr calves at the Melbouirn,e pig This Is what their repo:r on ac has to say: Stores. - Easier. Ours 1 28/6. Porkers.--Prices 10,/- lower. ranged from 55/6 to 88/6. Choppers.-Selling well. We the score for J. Bryant at £ Others were: T. Tenderson at £ P. James at £11/1/-, H. Gray 19/-, J. O'Connor £10/26/-, C. holdt at £11/1/-, Dunn Bros. 1/-, J. Brown at £10/4/-; our tops averaging £10/6/9. Calves.---Selling fairly well. sold thirty-six to £3/9/6. Baconers.-Best selling well. sold nine Doc. Haywood to £7 Wakefield at £7/4/6, eight C. W at £6/18/6 and eight at £6/17 Best shot J. Bryant, £15/1/ Potts, Doc. Haywood's £7/6/-, bacon spots; Sixteen C Scott av £6/18/-, J. field's £7/4/6, Sixteen choppers £10/6/9, Stl gan's picks. Disappointing drop in pork, choppers held, Keep firmly on the job, be 1:i tric weld; The thing will quickly right you've only got...
Radio Batteries Available. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
Radio Batteries Available. MacNamara's have just received the monthly quota of radio B. batteries, and anyone requiring such batteries should obtain them immediately. A cycle special this week is a very handy and compact Eveready cycle lamp and tail light, complete with batteries. An Old Friend. This week Healesville residents were pleased to .renew friendship with Mrs. C. Sharp, who, unitl the passing of her husband eight years ago, was one of our most prominent and val ned citizens. All will remember the various community singing entertain ments and other charitable efforts so splendidly organised by Mr. and Mrs. Sharp, and will recall, too, Mrs. Sharp's home made cakes and other choice comestibles which she always so freely gave to any deserving cause. MV1rs. Sharp's community singing con certs were conducted by Mr. W. Gal lagher, who is still resident at Gee long, and, with Mrs. Gallagher and family (and not forgetting "Mack," the lanternist), still retains happy me mories of hi...
African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. Chapter 9. OUTFLANKING KITCHENER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
African Crucible A BIOGIl.\PlIY OF FIEI.D }IARII L:\1. SM3UTS. By ROBERT 1:'ADIE. M..P..F. Chapte 0' I. OUTFLANKIN(;r lITCHENER. WVhen the Govecrnment found it could no longer depend on even the unimposing accommodation of a rail way carriage, Smuts found his wa: to the \Vestern Transvaal, where a good deal of fighting was taking place. He obtained a command under General De la Reoy, one of the few great strategists which the war pro duced on either side. Smuts fought in many actions in this district, and on one occasion at least the British nearly captured him. Smuts was a born soldier, and al ways insisted on what, later on, be came a Boer policy--executing feints in order to concent:ate the main body of his forces at a spot where there was promise of su'"eess., Owing to infor:mation supplied to the troops by a n:tive, they took 'his camp by surprise one night, in abso lute silence. Most of his men escaped, but, in'credible as i! may seem, he was left sleeping the loop of exhausti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
DON'T Taike any I.isk of Loss By Fire! Your Homes and Furniture By Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney H. Bradshaw Representative for UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE Other Classes of Insurance Effected as well NEW HEALESVILLE Carryi ng Ser'vioce JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - - HEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE 1ll Kinds of Goods. Delivered Promptly, and Carefully to Any Part of the District' ALL TRAINS MET' LOWEST RATES CHARGED A Trial Respectfully Solicited . ................................................................... Public Notice ALEX HRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT TIIHE 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 r ~ 5. . .-..........e5*------------ J. FAIR BAN K NICHOLSON S...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
DIRECT REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD RETURN YOUR PRESENT MEMBER ' The Hon. W. H. Everard; M.L.A. (DEP. LEADER U.A.P.) BECAUSE--He has stood four-square to his Election Pledges. sol emnly given to you; and now he devotes the whole of his time and influence towards the benefit of his elec torate and the people of the State. BECAUSE-Whether on behalf of DAIRYMEN, FARMERS, FRUIT GROWERS, SOLDIER and CIVILIAN SET LERS, he has untiringly worked during a time of un certainty and change demanding sound businessqual ifications. BECAUSE-Upon every occasion, and for every deserving, cause, he has worked to promote the welfare of the whole electorate, and of every district throughout the elec torate, AND OF EVERY PERSON WITHIN IT. BECAUSE-He has constantly and untiringly attended as your sitting Member to the interests of every section of the electorate, without distinction of CLASS, CREED' OR POLITICAL LEANING. BECAUSE-MEASURE HIM BY HIS SOLID ACHIEVEMENTS ON YOUR BEHALF, alike in Parliament, and fro...
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
Brevities ---.- -." v By "Arline." Sergeant Jack Keleher, of "The Bungalow," Healesville, recently re turned from service overseas. Persons unknown removed Dr. Phil lips's car from outside the Memorial Hall on Wednesday night, during the rtalkie performance.. Police .found it abandoned In a Melbourne suburb next day. . Down from "up north," Sergeant Falconer is spending a fortnight's leave at his home at Badger Creek. News has reached relatives of Noel Chandler and Lewis Leeder-Heales ville soldiers who have been missing for fifteen months-that they are safe, but prisoners of war overseas. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Olney have re ceived intimation that the funeral of their son Alan-Healesville's first na- tive born soldier to die overseas on active service-was held in a military cemetery. Mrs. Olney has received the special badge issued to next-of-kin of deceased soldiers. Their other son, Gordon, is still on active service "up north."
U.S. Minister Here VISIT TO SANCTUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
U.S. Minister Here VISIT TO SANCTUARY. Mr. Nelson Truelove Johnson, United States Minister to Australia, with Mrs. Johnson and itheir two children, Neb by and Eetty Jane, visited Healesville last Saturday. They were escorted by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barrett, and Mr. Bromilow, of the Victorian Rail ways Tourist Bureau. Earlier in the week they were taken to Sherbiooke forest to see the lyre birds. The visitors were the guests of Mr. Lindsay Field at luncheon In the Sir Colin MacKenzie sanctuary kiosk, and were also entertained by Mr. Field at afternoon tea in his home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were delight ed with Healesville's wild zoo, and the children were thrilled at being able to nurse a koala, pet wallabies and kangaroos, nurse a dingo puppy, make friends with the emus, and so on. Mr. Johnson expressed to Mr. Field, Mr. David Fleay and Mr. Bromilow his and Mrs. Johnson's appreciation of their kindness. He thought the sanc .tuary-a wonderfully interesting place -had a great future, a...
Boer Ancestry To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
Boer ncestry ' e Editor. pie oknow that the Fiald pl ahal Smuts, which :. ibutinel to your paper, is S.Ltrlutin distant Tasmania. 4nrest e asks that I make ., Tr e to the Beert women be ,rernce di the narrtive. When I 0ncl?ding? had intended that it re itioned as nearly as pos te ci ubject of Smuts How to the story unfolds I find my Sthe. io far afield. Reference '"~ti. ~d a to people andt 'lueta1 for have been, insepar Sothat a with that great man,. oci tnces, I promise our the ic ient. before concluding ., to contribute some in Sarr?tv. lin the women of the ieC," ^African 1Republic, as I -1er in prosperity and adver , the e - jur c respondent will not take o n(o 0oron two matters Ln if I lr'" ective. First, Cecil tight ,Io a'n official in Eng t the titme when he was or .At too fh ?rica for health rea Sto0 St_ student at Oxford Uni tote wasaws destined for the lHi father was a clergyman, Cel was one ofI a large family. aisecl his health and became Ireoust eman. His death at the r''...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
nL'SISl,5? NOTICES Desi1ouj of Purchasing or p rope:ties in Hcalesville and oeii Districts should consult , . Ao , BORN r pal Estate and Business Agent p:oi)arty iSa!esman f f :ns of Insurance Effected c "istrar for Births c and Deaths :T1 SON ST., H:AhLESVI'LIC 1 Phone Hleales. 42 Careful buying of quality SFootwear 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 styles. Prices are sure to suit you. MacDoncald's. SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS huliett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. 5 COLLINS ST., MIIELBOURNE AT END AT THEIR IIEALESVILLE OFFICE Pierte and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and r p.m. EVERY 1I[URSDAY 1ville 39Telephones: e 3 - - "MU 4860 CONS ?..S 1 K a ? a ? ? AND HELP MEET THE INCREASING DEMANDS FOR WAR PURPOSES o , r w _ ???????POSES ' (lillnmlimll...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
DENTISTS -- ------· MR. H. . ?OCK SURGEO N-DENTIST VISITS IHEALES'V!LLE EVERY SATURDAY FOIRTNIGHT at the M, MAROONDAI-I TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: j i SATURDAY, JUNE 12th City Address: l i .LSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 -- Healesville 151 ..MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD * CAULFIELD VISITS IIEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 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 IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LAD-'S-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 165 BOURKE ST., MELB. Cent. 2197 If Out of Sorts Eve. those fo...
Shire Council Confers RATEPAYERS' INTERESTS STUDIED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 June 1943
Shire Council Confers RATEPAYERS' INTERESTS STUDIED. RATEPAYERS' IN IERESTS STUDIED. Monthly meeting of the Healesvillr: 1i: Shire Council was held on Monday. 1T Present: Crs. Cameron (president); t Dawhorn, Johnston, Kay, Mowle, Hux- t biam. Cool:. CORRESPONDENCE. Country Roads Board. lforwarding forms for application for main road I maintenance funds for 19.13-44,-Re- t ferred to office. Same, that, fresh tenders on amend ed speciciation were being invited for contract 7 ::mnl;5, and asking tha," p.:i:r; pir'viously forwarded be amend ed.- -Referred to office. State ilectricity Commission, for v-'rdin; copies of agreement for put lie li:,htin'. asl:in that same be exe cuted by council.--A reed to. M. .. Scott. commenting on copy of letter from Eoothh:" and Boothby in mnir'.tc of subdivision, Fordyce and Pollard, and r"commendinrg that the council approve the subdivision.-To e. caled. . Snme, reconmmending that permit be granted for Mr. Lockwood to build at A':rvy:;vile. providing ...
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET June 2nd and 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 June 1943
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MAIRSIIET June 2nd and 3rd. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. had a busy session at the Melbourne pig market on June 2 and 3., when there, was an improved demand all round,. 'heir report is as follows:- : Stores.-An improved demand, 1?,' to 36/-. Porkers.-Better generally. We sold some 'splendid pens, £3/12/6 to 82/-, others 54/- to £3/10/-. Backfatters.-Brisk. We had a splendid run of 47, including three G. Cribbes to' £13/16/-, !averaging £13 1/4; two A. Razos £13/14/- and £12 14/-, A. Evans snr. at £12/16/-, seven .W. Aitken to £11/9/-, Wallace Er:s. £10/14/- and £10/11/-. P. Thomas at £10/14/-, and many more. Baconers.-Selling freely. We sold eleven A. Ratzos to £7/2/-, averaging £7/1/-; two M. McKenzie at £7/9/-, three W. Aitken to £7/11/i, five R. Andrews at £6/12/6, five -D. Brooks at £6/11/-, Mrs. Griffin £6/8/., and lots of others. Calves.-Selling freely. We sold 42 to 56/6. £13//i1/- G. Cribbes' three, A. Razos' £13/14/-, Eleven at £7/1/- A., Razos,...
Yarra Glen Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 June 1943
Yarra Glen Presbyterian Church. Some time `ago friends gathered in the church tq wish God speed to Jack White, who is training as a pilot for the R.A.A.F. As Jack had spent most of his boyhood in Yarra Glen, the good wishes were many and sincere. Presentations 'were made, the speak ers tendering tributes on behalf of the Presbyterian : Church and Sunday school an'd! the Emergency Company of the local. Red Cross.
At "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 June 1943
At "The Ferns" -!ilkes to various picnic 3;'ots were n , ,d during the for:::i ht, and the ni- -s of i:ospitn coo ':ihutors were i::c,'ibed on the r:emen.:;iance t?ee tr ,?.: g.dgrass Gully.. Skipping contests for apples proved popular on cold mornings. best efforts in the endurance test being 3S5 revo. lutions by Miss Gwen Drew (ladies' • ection , and :; ;7 by Mr. Neylon. \Vinners of dancing rvents were:--- Monte Carlo.-Misses Nevlon and Drcw, Mr. and B:_.; a : ow. Mirs. Gir van and Mrs. Ezard, Mrs. Pocknee and Mrs. Bastow. Misses Dolores Canni and P. Turner, Mrs. Pocknee and M1vrs. Ashman. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Misses Norma and Joyce Shearer. Statue dance.-Miss Gwen Drew and Mr. Neylon. Other prize winners:-- Mrs. Marshall, Mr. Girv:an, Mrs. Chris tie and D. Hughes, J. Fennessy and G. Alexander, Max Fennessy and Pat Girvan, Miss Turner and P. Girvan, Mrs. Lister, Mrs. A. Cotteril. Mr. Mr. is ter, Mr.'Welch, Mrs. Ashman. Prizes were donated by Mr. Breakhill and Mrs. Neylon, Miss Nyl...
Shire Affairs To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 June 1943
Shire : ffairs v~- 'To the gditor. o n the report of the 'irl Council meeting in your l an impression has gained ?t i- eong ratepayers that Mr. ~d Citya of Oakleigh's officer, is orf3?1i out secretarial duties at ja'jipl ,ratis. This impression eile- ' llused by the resolution, been Cr. Dawborn and seconded .ea b? ~, and reported in your ,. Cr. That a letter of apprecition er: to the City of Oalcloigh fo' Se'etcotded by allowing Mr. Hors lp aordJe "secretarial duties at fl tc as~,,l\.Iif Horsfall's associa lies tilhe Shire of Healesville, takc , utro th ouchers in the shire office. e fro `oIuces:Cit of Oakleigh, 19. is as follo?s:/ O '0/1/-; car travel dis at 0m/iles at Gd., £26/15/6: l, 1;4p1e, etc., £2/0/0: total, £70 btel e qp !sotation works out on an 41r Mti' of a 10 a.m. ito s p.m. sthnt ?is, 12/- per hour, or £3/13/ il that six hours' service. per da for make it quite clear that I sh' tticising any officer for fa, note cia ffairs, and I will chal Sthisae co ncillor to prove t...
Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 June 1943
Vic;r- C1 Healesville e' euchre and dance, Ito on Friday of last we,. attended, there being s1' Euchre prizes we:e A. Hort and oih's. e . (equal ladies) ana M, j-. ing as a gent.), the conS;o2 to IMrs. J. Maloney and a cell. The statue donce a to Miss J. McLeish and .Ire A (loll dressed by :m, Ar won by a visiting sal !; winning number N':,: . neys were conducted bh, \I Mr. I. W. Gardiner x, i . , Cochran in charge of and Mr. D. Love doork:e~P:,, Donations were grate from Mr. G. Stainton Anonymous, 2/-,; M?r, -I.'o Mrs. R. Coates, 2/;- 1!. 5/-; Mrs. Ohaplin, 2. ga t esteemed member, MsI[. handed in £4/10,'-, from her home sweets. The club wishes to than;- all for !donations of mat,;ials io wviches, and Mr. R. T. ?cL cutting bread, As a result of fort, the Red Cross be efited extent of £24. I ,-,T 9 ?s.?,.
River Erosion To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 June 1943
River Erosion To the Edito2. Sir,-During the past fire 'e sion has been particu!lary s7 and several of the nearr :eao the Watts river inundate~d con low-lying flats and chl';ed t tour of the country coniderab "ering gum, blackwood ar:d "at that were centuries ,,! 1pay swept away, carrying- wi" h t areas of land and leav:oi l their place. An Isthmou at of Green street, .djoinio: C? flats, was completely suhr:or a picturesque old whi!. ceU tree, a noted landmark :i :" ca uprooted and forced to :·:d i across the watercour- 'fect. natural course of the snaggirng operations, 'hil? ??n cause rivers to res!ume r :ih," course, may result in ac elerathi slon by reason of the ,a:':. in of the water when cle.: d f!ro structed "channels.-Youi. etc.., "O SERVFE,?
State Elections EVELYN ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 June 1943
State Elections EVELYN ELECTORATE. So far as the Evelyn electorate 'is soncerned, the campaign by ?the op osing candidates has reached. no de ree W Hntns. Everard, the . present ember -.who enjoy?s the confidence or his fellow Parliamentarians to be deputy-leader of the State United Aus tralia Party, needs no introduction to electors. Any man who has served the one district for 23 or more years should be known from end of the elec torate to the other. 'And Mr. Everard is as widely known, Year in and year out, for that long period, he has been bobbing up at innumierable af lairs held in every corner of ,the dis-i trict, and he has faithfully applied himself to representing his constitu ents, while Parliament has been tit ing and at other times. So Mr. Everard faces electors again, hopeful that they will return him as their rep resentative for a further term. Mr. J. C. Gill, who carries the Labor banner, enters the field 'in .the light of a positive newcomer except at El tham, where h...
Building for Healt[?] To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 June 1943
Building for Healt ----=--= -- To the Edito:. Sir,--The report of t!: sei: eer in last issue referred :.a the tice of constructing roars, et private subdivisions at the expe .he vendor before the ?:. is sold advantage is that low-lyir. allot can be built up with -_-it fro: road excavations befo:n bhuildi begun. The danger to hreath of ing in low sitUations is not aI realised until by obsc:vation comes to associate pu:.ornary plaints and rheumatism -,ith d ings in damp situations. :n the Cliffs irrigation settleme.t I had divisions designed with porthi high land to each bloc;-', for set to build their homes a.,oe ch level. In some municipalities it been the practice to chair,?e a fee supply finished levels :' :.hose contemriplate'' building i. un streets. In cities street levels are s times altered for tranmaiv const tion, tb the detriment of a.ut:tin; perties. There are inica:tions the Federal Housing Commission tends in future to safegua::I the in ests of home purchasers. and it ho...