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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 June 1943

Slu ggish 7 It Is most emeential that this imp . i3 organ should do its duty properly. ' Here is an ideal remedy for this purpose. 15 Taken in small doses it acts asa lasetive ".3 and liver tonic; in large doses as a pargatiae. 8 Ask for: o EBARTOLD'S LIVER PILLS ~diBa ld d P iats macy Opp. P.O., HEALESVILLE. Phone 120 (After Hours, Phope 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress I For Foot Comfort t LDWEAR 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-Dato Shhoeran Nicholson St. , Heatesville . .. h Telephono 103 " . .............. "" .............."......."'""'"" """---- -- -"'""--? .............. n................ .... r I. Healesville Furntiture.Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD--EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought HIGHEST PRIGES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES . Bdst Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed S............ .................... .....

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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The Picture on the Wall (Continued from first page) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 June 1943

The Picture on the Wall ? ,__,_--. (Continued from first page) T,,o senior considered thi; an anofm alot ; state of affairs. which wo,!:I' lin, u :1 that anyone could hire a build in I tc a time and then do damage to it. To this, however, the P.M. painted out that the onus might then rest apon the proper owner to take pro ceedings against the occupier. Mr. Mullett further added that the senior was present at the hall and saw the dance in progress. The legal po sition in this case was that it had been proved by Mr. Carpenter that the owners' consent had not been obtain ed, but that on the night in question the Palais was let for a dance, and no proof had been given as to whe ther the occupiers consented to the defacement or not. The P.M. agreed with this, and dis missed the case. Now for the Other Chairges. Mr. Mullett said that the other charges must then stand or fall on this case, but the P.M. disagreed, and, continuing, Mr. Mullett contended that the lighting was of such a na tur...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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War Service Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 June 1943

SWar Service Fund. .Last social to benefit the Heales vilIe R.S.L. War Service Fund was fairly well patronised, and proceeds of £7/19/6 resulted. Prize winners were:-Euchrei Mirs. B Heritage and Mr. J. Casey. Monte Carlo: Miss Quinh and Mr. Hammond. Consola tidn: Mr. Bradley. Donations:-J. Cook, 10/-; M. Hodges, 4/-; Anony mous, 2/6. C'caring Sale. Allan Brown, auctioneer, has been favored with instructions from Mr. W. Jones, of "Springbank," Whitehorse road, Lilydale. to sell, at 1.30 p.m. on WVednesday, June 23, on the property. 33 head of dairy cattle and plant. Mr. Jones has disposed of his property and intends to relinquish dairy farm ing. The sale will be without reserve Stock to he offered include 20 milk ing cows, eight co.ws and heifers in calf. calves, one, pedigreed Jersey bull bred at "The Towers," Lilydale. Also the following plant.--McCormaclk-Deering hay rack, nearly new; Mitchell mow er: scuftler; set of ;good jini:er har' ness; riding saddle and bridle: 20 milk and ...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 June 1943

Croydon Market "--? SjMilking cows realised £14/5/-, heifers £15, stale £10/5/-; springing cows £11/17/6, heifers £11/10/; back ward. cows £9/10/-, yearling heifers 80/- to 110/-; store cows £6/12/- to £7/10/-; fat bullocks, light weight, £13/10/-; fat'r cows £13; heifers £12 15/-; beefy: cows £11/10/-; choppers £7 to £10; crackers up to £7; dairy bulls, small, £6/12/6: Calves.-Selling splendidly. Large vealers £10/10/1-, small ,£4/7/- to £8 10/-; calves 40/- to '70/-, small 25/ to 35/-, light ;weights to 16/-. Pigs.-Great demand.: Heavy pork ers 84/- to 98/-, medium 75/- to 85/-, light 60/- to `70/-, killable to 58/-; light baconers £5/9/- to £6/15/-; chopping sows '65/- to 89/-, bacon stores 68/- to 75/-; porker stores 40/ -to 56/-;" slips. 2/- to '38-; suckers 12/6 to 29/7-. Sheep.-Quality poor, but'prices ex ceptiohally good. Suckers 25/4, plain 21/ to 26/-: two-tooth 30/-, full mouth 15/- to 27/-;* two-tooth wethers 36/6. six-tooth 36/8;? rackers 9/3 to 15/9,; rams 14/6. Poultr...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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The Picture on the Wall ART EXHIBITION AT THE PALAIS BUT WHO COULD THE ARTIST HAVE BEEN? P.M. UNABLE TO SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 June 1943

The Picture on the Wall ART EXHIIBDTION AT THE PALAIS BUT WHO COULD THE ARTIST HAVE BEEN? P.M. UNABLE TO SAY. Seldom 'does a problem of art arise at Healesville, but conflicting ques tions 'of conception, execution and perspective were 'involved in a case which occupied the undivided atten tion .of Mr. O'Grady, P.M., in the police court on Thursday, when Clif ford Ralph Mapley was charged that on May S he behaved in an offensive. manner in Harker street, was drunkl and disorderly, and wrote on and de. faced the wall of the Palais hall with out the owner's consent. Defendant, who pleaded not guilty of all charges was capably defended by Mr. L. T. Mullett. Senior-constable A. G. Ndw ton conducted the prosecution. First witness was William Roy Carpenter, manager and nominee of Daly's Hotel and part owner of the hotel property. He had given no one authority to deface the Palais wall. He saw the writing referred to: it was the head of a man.-To Mr. Mullett: The hall was often let. (Witne...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 June 1943

ENGAGEMENT The Engagement is announced of Ina Ruby, elder daughter of Mrs. and the late Captain Snewin, Indooroo- pilly, Queensland, to W.O.2 John An- derson (A.I.F. returned), only son of Mr. and Mrs. Preston, Healesville. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1943

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 June 1943

DENTISTS MR. 1i. STOCK F SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS IIEALESVILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT 41 at the a 3lAROONDAH TEA ROOMS NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, JUNE 12th City Address: I ( ALSTON BUILDINGS S82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 210 BALACLAVA ROAD ix CAULFIELD VISITS IIEALEaVILLE EVERY TIHURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVEREID PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF TIH ILEALESVILLE DISTItCT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE .'VENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 AlI Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? E. M. Pou ton SPECIAfL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOER 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 105 BOURKE ST., MELB. Cent. 2197 Ef Out of Sorts . Even those folks who usual...

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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

Racing Selections for Moonee Valley are as follow:- Essendon Handicap. Valbleu .......................... ............ 1 B urm a ...... ..... ..... .... ........ ... 2 Tony Masin ........... ......... 3 Ardmillan Hurdle. V irile ..... .......... »..... ...'.... . .. .. . 1 Anpapejo .......... .. ...... .. ..... 2 Jack ...:..... ........ ..... 3' Preston Handicap.. First Division. D irector .......... ..... ................ ...... 1 Quezon ...... .. ................ ..... ..... 2 Choke ...... ......... ............ . 3 Donnybrook Steeple. Lord Jevington ........................ 1 Caragona ....... ..... .......... 2 Browser ...... 3............................. 3r Preston Handicap. Second Division - N along ...... ..:... ............ .... .. .... 1 D uom int .....2... ...... .................. ..... 2 P Irehi ...... ... ...... .... ....... .... 3 Somerton Handicap. New Princess ...... ........... .......1. 1 Mor.Veil ...... .,.... ...... ..... ;? ... 2 Kooreenbeen ...........3....... ...

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Boarding House Linen. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

Boarding ;House Linen. The normal way in which owners of boarding houses, liotels, etc., can re place household linen .is by coupon permits issued by the State Deputy Director of Rationtfg. This has been emphasised ,by, Rationing Commission officials, as apparently it is not clear to some proprietors, who are concern ed about their means of obtaining re placements. Some of these proprietors have asked their residents to supply their own linen.

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The Evelyn Election FINAL FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

The Evelyn Elect:on FINAL FIGURES. ,When the voti:;- figures for the Leislative Assemrly district of Eve lyn were published last week, the:. represented only the votes polled in the electorate on polling day. Since then. however, all absent votes from other electorates have been received. as well as a few recorded by electors w'ho voted under the provisions mnade for unenrolled voters. These were counted last week-end. and, while under h?e most favorable circumstances they could not alter th.* final decision, the leeway between Mr. Everard and his opponent remained in just about the same ratio. The absent votes returned 67S in favor of Mr. Everard and :170 for Mr. Gill: so, with the postal votes and the few from unenrolled electors, the final figures were as undler: Everard ..... .. .. .. ...... 6942 G ill ....... ........ ..... .............. 4183 The returning officer for the Eve lyn district, Mr. F. B. Lithgow, will declare the poll at the Lilydale Shire Hall at 3 p.m. on Monday ...

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Twelve Lives Sav[?] TRANSPORT PLANE GUIDE SAFETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

Twelve Lives Sa STRANSPORT PLANE GUDE SAFETY. Eight passengers and four, including a Dutch ly .owe their lives and ti.; the service transport pla r._ they were travelling to t? i of a section of the Volurt:c-,o lt servers' Corps. This was K recently by the Minister C Drakeford), who said thi".:. tr- port was heading for a Q as aerodrome from a point fur:t £3 when it went off its course. Is The first intimation rrc.,:.1, 3. R.A.A.F. that the plane -as it course came from two V.A.0.C d vation posts from which i: ha Ib sighted. Every effort :,. radio contact with it fail:le?, ip observers were asked to ,r possible information abe :: its ments and the prevaili, conditions The aircraft had ovcrs-o: i and continued flying sou:i:-ea was reported from evc ?. V post along the route it followe as a result of the informatio e plied by the posts radio conta eventually established by an R station in northern New South 3 The transport was given bearing observers saw it alter course to and fly off...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

Croydon Market Monday's market saw a good yard ing of all live stock. Milking cows,' medium quality, real ised £14/10/-; heifers £14/5/-, stale £9/12/6; springing cows £12/10/-; heifers '£11/5/-; backward cows £9; yearling heifers 75/- to 105/-; store cows £7/5/-; fat Jersey bullocks £11 2/6; fat cows £14; heifers £13/5/-; beefy cows £12/7/6; choppers £6/10/. to £9/10/-; crackers up to £6; dairy bulls, small, £6/12/6. Calves.-Large vealers £11 to £13, small SO/- to £7/10/-; calves 45/- to 75/-, small 20/- to 40/-, light weights to 16/-. Pigs.-Scarce and dear. Heavy porkers SO0/- to 84/-, medium 70/- to S4/-, light 56/- to 74/-,'killable up to 56/-; chopping sows - 95/-; porker stores 40/- to' 55/-; slips 30/- to 40/-: suckers 21/- to 32/-. Sheep.-Quality ;selling especially well. Lambs 32/-,.suckers 30/-; full mouth ewes 15/- to 20/-; four-tooth wethers 22/-, six-tooth 34/-; store labs 13/3; rams 20/-. Poultry.-Selling splendidly. Cock erels 16/9, draklings 14/10, hens 16/9 cock chi...

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Poll Clerks To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

poll Clerks T Editor. oVrtest against the i? non-returned soldiers -et the recent elections cier 3? i husband is a re ? with lengthy experi oll 'clerk, but evidently he a ?p?l d men were over ,. retu nen present who' were -l sa" ldiers I think the Siedt ohe Dads' Association, t auxiliary, and the many i-a " ave soldier sons should its; nmatter in the interests to this en. These positions t!u~elan he filled by returned Scon ider' they have a right as Icn~?An incapacitated sol .i have filled one posi oJ e: i:.o book distribution. etc. D. PHILIPPE. : d -le road. Healesville, ý. I li tJ. 'P

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At "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

At "The Ferns" The past fortnight at "The Ferns". has been a quiet one. On the evening of the 10th inst. a mulga wood calendar and a volume of Australian Legends were presented to Mr. C. M. Neylon, chairman of the social committee, in recognition of his work for the bush nursing hospital. In reply to a' speech by Mr. Corles,. Mr. Neylon said the cause was worthy, and the work gave him pleasure. On the 13th inst. a party of 13 held an enjoyable picnic at Baby Creek. On the 14th a vote of thanks to the retiring hon. secretary .was carried by acclamation, and Mr., and. Mrs. J. L" MVacKenzie, who were farewelled on the eve of departure for their annual !holiday, have been greatly missed from the evening entertainments. The final of'the billiard tournament on the 18th inst. was won by Mr. Neylon, from Mr. Dunne. The consul tation was won by.. Mrs. Young, who was also the recipient of a vote of thanks for her work:as hon. secretary. Contributions for the period were £6/14/-,' making a tot...

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[?]spital Building Fund [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

taiud ding Fund T v----- hl ?ecretary (Mar. R. . Coch reportse: J'1. Taylor, of Evans, Taylor d,i'awmiller. of McGretton's Hedleittle. r'ecently showed, in ou1; : nd practical manner', the interest i- htad in the new build *i of he local hospital. Dur conversation iMr. Taylor said he rFepared to gie 50o guineas to aO if ten other persons wotild eill each. rs. .l Alexander, an ardent sup Sof our institution, lost no time utacting a number of local and urne people, soliciting their sup to raise the necessary amount. Alexander's effort met with grea. and she was instrumental in, ngthe sum of £115/15/-, which, lit. Taylor's cheque, made the total of £19 /5/-. .. Alexander's most treasured is one she received from 'Mr. r, in which he stated that he much pleasure in forwarding his e, as promised. * William Angliss, M.L.C., also ded a cheque for £50, wishing ftort a successful conclusion; but that he wished his amount to a the fund even if the ,amount other subscribers was not 'forth. thin...

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Obituary PRIVATE TOM KENNEDY, A.I.F. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

Obituary PRIVATE TOM KENNEDY, A.I.F. Friends of Mr. and Mrs: T. Ken nedy and family, of Healesville, will regret to learn of the death, on May 13, in a military hospital at Udine, Italy, of their only son, Private Tom Kennedy. ' Tom, well known locally, was a for mer scholar at the Healesville State school. He was a prisoner of war for two years and a month, and an in mate of a military hospital for the' last ten months. Though ill for so long, his passing was unexpected, last letters from him indicating his recov ery and early release from hospital. Tom saw active service overseas with the Australian Army, and was taken prisoner the -day after his 21st birthday, during the retreat from Benghazi. He was with the late SaD per Arvon Dennehy, who lost his life in that unfortunate military reverse. Tom was held prisoner in Benghazi for a year, and was evacuated from that prison to Italy two days before the Eighth Army recaptured the city. He was in the same Italian prison. camp as two o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

BC3SINSP ~NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or properties in Healesville and din Districts should consult J.DA.O RN eal Estate and Business Agent property !Salesnman I(inds of Insurance Effected liegistrar for Births autl Deaths IOLSON ST., ITEALESVILLIE 'Phone Heales. 42 ExtraVVaue for ' M~en: w~: ow w Careful buying of quality Footwear for men ensures that - we are able to please you no matter what style of shoes you r prefer. Here you will find a wide variety of shoes in both black and tan, featuring the latest m. styles. Prices are sure to suit MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILlE. 80LI(ITORg lullett & Langford SOLICITORS LICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS It., S.A., and Tas. 1 COLLINS ST., IMELBOURNE ATTEND ,T' THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Pierr? and Bradshaw's Buildings Iktween the hours of 3 p.m. and 61 no. EVERy TIlti ISDAY Healtaville Telephones: eavill 39 bMIU 436 -.r· CONS?? E' S rl ? ELECTUC"TY ,I '. : AND HELP MEET • THE INCREASING : DEMANDS FOR : W...

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African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. Chapter 12. DECISION TO SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

African Cucible.. A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. By ROBERT EADIE, M.B.E. Chapter 12. DECISION TO SURRENDER. So the unequal struggle went on. It can be safely assumed that the conflict could not have continued if it had not been for the strategy and iron will of their . leader. The real object of the expedition into the Cape Colony by General Smuts was to try to enlist as many" iecruits as possible, and thus cari'y the war from the areas where most of the British troops wero. operating. In this policy he was suc cessful.beyond expectations. They en countered ' dangers,, difficulties and hardships of many kinds, which ,would have broken most men. This lawyer soldier proved that danger and hard ship had no terrors for--him, and he imbued those under him with such confidence that they were prepared to endure until the very end .under his leadership. General Smuts -left the Transvaal with a very mixed body of about four hundred men. From time to time this number was appreciably redu...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. June 16 and 17. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

Market Report -v--- MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. June 10 and 17. A better tone at the Melbourne pig market is the essence of this week's report by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co., which reads as under: Storr.,-Steady at late values, 14/ to 46/-. Porkers.-Selling readily at improv ed rates, 43/- to 95/6. Choppers.-Selling freely at fully late rates. We sold drafts R. For syth at £10/6/-, two A. Wyatt £9 11/- and £9/6/-, four J. Bryan £9/6/-, two at £8/16/- and one at £7/11/-, J. Achbold £8/14/-, etc. Baconers. - Selling well at last week's rates. We sold four W. Johns at £6/3/6, eight T. Gaw to £6/4/-, five A. Razes at £6, fifteen E. Minns to £6/16/-, five R. Moran at £5/16/6, seven A. Razos to £6/2/6 (averaging £5/16/6), etc. Calves.-Very good. We sold 52 to £3/16/-top of market. High prices maintained, nothing to fear, £6/3/6 bacon, pork far from queer; Stores selling freely, choppers were dear, All Is O.K., Shaw Logan's still here. Curers still uncertain, but values much the same, Porkers ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 June 1943

___ Sluggish Livers organ should do its duty properly. Here is an ideal remedy for this p .rp ?e. Taken in small doses it as as a lasatire and liver tonic; in large doses as a purati' e. Ask for: BARTOLD'S LIVER PILLS Opp. P.O., HEALESVILLE. Phone 120 (After Hlours, Phone 2). ,MISS McDONALD, Mariageress 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 SA. Harry Blackwood I The Up-to-Date Shoemaan Nicholson St. Healesville .. · Telephone 1603 SHealesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNS-IAV ROAD---EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER - Used Furniture Bought HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship,and Materials Guaranteed ...... ...................... ......... .......*.... ... ........w..........w.. .......--..*--.. 51***..*-*0.*........*********** Kestle Bros. 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard FINE RANGE OF Pre-War PAINT GOOD VAR...

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