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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942
SNot only the other fellow . but YOU, too, must buy AUSTERITY BONDS - Bonds £10 ~ach and in multiples of £10. There is no 1it to number you can buy. Two kinds of Bonds 'ire available: 1. Redeeinable 1958-31% "i'| reit a year. Interes 2. Redeemable 1947---2% interest a year. ,nreal?ieble rs money paid f;om the date of lodgmeet. Bonds are Savliiable in case of need. Lodge your. subiu iptiows at anj B'iaE, gs Bank, Stockbroker or Money Order Post Office. To ca.bU your Bonds. b y Oindalpae r Po s OffiA9 i. the remainer over 3 9 moati oo - *****-......... Asse~ Promote your 1bcai functions~y advert tiing .them in, EIm lAEsyViRLLE QUABDmYAN 44 ~ ~~rlrlr---------------4-- LET THERE BE NO VAIN REGRETS Whenever you are requiring goods for intimate personal use it will pay you to visit this estab. lishment--and this is even more essential when MEN'S TOILET & SHAVING f NEEDS are being filled. Here you will find the Purest Qualities comparable with reasonable price--and it will pay you ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942
IN MEMORIAM ROSS.--In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away suddenly on November 18th 1941. Loving memories linger. -Inserted by his loving wife and fam- ily. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 Letters, contributions, etc., welcome. All communications to be addressed to the editor, who does not necessarily identify himself with correspondents' views. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1942
Incidental Fall [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942
Incidental Fall. There was a Healesville lassie fair who went out for a walk, This time, she went out by herself so as none could talk; She wore such stylish high-heeled shoes, on which she fain would teeter, And gossamer silk stockings-yet no one stopped' to greet her. She must have thought she was a queen, or maybe"! Melisand? 'She'd freez'e you with a haughty look, her manner was Oo grand. She went to cross the roadway where the bandstand used )o be, And turned her ankle on a stone; oh dear; oh deary me! Fell she did down suddenly, such a big su'rprise! You should have seen the anger that glinted in her eyes! Chivalry in Healesville, tho', is never far to seek, And knightly arms soon clasped her tight, most excellent technique. Her rescuer, a marcelled beau, weekly twenty pounds (n, wages, A mystery unsolvable, confounding all the sages. He stood her gently upright, in manner brave and.just, Solicitous if she were hurt, and brushed away the dust. She leaned against his shoulder a...
Healesville Victory Club FORMER RECORDS ECLIPSED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942
ealeSville Victory Club ECLIPSED. • ual enjoyable euchre and Te socal organised by the Heales le Victory Club to aid the local 1ictorh Red Cross, was held in H hall on Friday night of la~t John s , a'other big success. td and epxceillent attendance. ee ahre w t.iz,> were won by Mrs. The euillis and Mr. Caulfield, with boob. P conslations going to Mrs. e boob te and .Mrs. Bates( gent's). ,eth isitn couple 'were successful in visite arlo, f,. which the gent's Sont iven by Mr. Lindstrom. esttue dance was won by Miss J. L?ith and Mr. E. pullen. Shandsoe table centre, given by A plamer, was annexed by Mrs. A and a special prize went to haLes O'Brien, -f Powelltown. hesedonations were gratefully re ed:.-Miss Y. Crawley, 5/-; Miss Taber, : Mr. G. Stainton, 10/-; abDaley ,/-; "vMontpellfer," 10/-; SJhill Stanley (result of birthday l 1/7/- Mr. N. Reed, 5/-; Mrs. ty). , 'rs. S. Stanley was iley thefore with the sale of her nteade sweets, which returned the 1su of t4/10/-. right dance musi...
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 November 1942
"Brevities By "Arlne." Invitations are being Issued by Mrs. E. J. Paul, of "Belle Vue," St. Leon ard's road, Healesville, for the mar rlage of her eldest daughter, Doris Margaret, with Mr. Leslie Earnest Mit chell, which will he celebrated in the Healesville Presbyterian Church on Saturday, November 2S, at 4 p.nl. The reception will be held in "Graceburn Glen." Mr. A. Harry Blackwood, Heales ville's up-to-date shoeman, advises that never previously has he had a larger and more varied stock of ladies' slippers. Very serviceable foi, the needs of the Service girl is the felt shoe-shaped slipper, in Air Force blue and khaki. Full supplies of Dr. St. John's health shoes for ladies, and boys' and youths' footwear, are avail able. Due to the absence of serious bush fires' during the last two years, and the recent dry spell, devastating bush fires could easily occur during the coming summer. It is, therefore, im perative that precautions to prevent an outbreak of fire, and the repetition o...
Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
Racing Selections for Melbourne Cup Day are as under: Batman Stakes. Lone W ind ............ ................. 1' Captivator ........... ... ............. 2 Illyrian ...... ...... ... ..... . ...... 3 Mimosa Stakes. Maemanto ............... ............ 1 Strazeele ........... ...... ..... ......... 2 Hesitate ..... .. ............ 3 Melbourne Cup. Tranquil Star ....... ........ ...... 1 Gusher ................... .... ...... 2 Dark Felt .... ...... ... ...... 3 Byron Moore Stakes. Lawrence or Simmering ..... 1 Sirius .......... ... ... ... .. ...... 2 P harisee ...... ......: ..._ ................ 3 Oaks Stakes. East End ....... ...... ....... ...... 1 Philander ;.... .:.... ..... .... ............ 2 M ating Call ........ ..................... 3 Final Handicap. Portfolio ... .... ............ 1 Sir Romeo . ....................... 2 Kooreenbee? ..... .................. 3
Healesville Bowling Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
Healesville Bowling Club By "Roller.' On \Vednesday afternoon a handi cap progressive pails tournament was held, for trophies presented by Mr. H. Rutzou. Eight pairs competed the largest number for some time and great enthusiasm was displayed. The winners, Mese!s. Barclay and Hewitson, two of last season's begin ners, went away to a:, excellent start, and with the aid of a good handicap won easily, with a score of :i;. The runners-up were , scratch pair, Mcr-sr Errington c. , Stockman, with After tea great iiterest was shown in a challenge singltes match between Messrs. Rutzou and Hewitson, the lat ter winning after a close contest, 21 20. SMr. Blackburn has donated the af filiation fee to the Victorian Bowling Association. Croquet. As a result of a meeting called by the howling club, a number of ladies met in the pavilion on Wednesday to discuss the croquet club, which has been in abeyance for some years. The meeting decided to re-form the club, several ladies intinmting their inte...
Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
Croydon Market There was a great sale in all classes on Monday. Milking cows brought £12/15/-, heif ers £12, stale £9/5/-; springing cows £11/10/-, heifers £10/15/-; backward cows £10; yearling heifers £5/10/-; store cows £6/5/- to f7/10/-; fat cows £14/15/-, heifers £13, beefy cows £11 10/-; choppers £6/10/- to £9/10/-; crackers to £6; dairy bulls £8/2/6. Calves.-Very firm, Large vealers £7/5/- to £10/15/-, small 80/- to £6 10/-; calves 35/- to 63/-, small 20/- to 30/-, light weights to 20/-. Pigs-Competition keen, prices extra good. Heavy porkers 96/- to £5/7/6, medium 80/- to 90/-, light 70/- to 82/-, killable 60/- to 78/-; light baconers 97/- to .105/-; backfatters £9/9/-;. boars 30/-; chopping sows to 88/-; por ker stores 55/- to 63/-; slips 40/- to 52/-; suckers 21/- td 37/6. Sheep-Good enquiries for butchers' sorts. Spring lambs 21/-. Poultry.-Competition ken, prices on the rise. Cockerels 18/9, draklings 20/6, hens 17/2, cock chickens 44/10, stags 12/-, chickens 13/-, chicks...
Healesville Victory Club MERCHANT NAVY AIDED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
Heakesville Victory Club -----V MERCHANT NAVY AIDED. One of the most successful dances of recent weeks was held in the Palais last Saturday night by the Victory Club, under the capable direction of Mr. T. R; McLeish. As a result the funds of the Merchant Navy benefited handsomely, the sum of £28 being rais ed. The spot dance was won by Mr. C. Allen and Miss V. Bergin, while in the Monte Carlo and statue' dances Miss G. Ashmore and Mr. R. Fry were asu cessful. Euchre premiers were Mr. D. Mc Leod and Mrs. B. Townsend, the booby consolations going to Miss Mabel Hus sey and Mr. Olney. Mrs. Hunter and Mr. Arbuthnot were successful at the hicky table. The Victory Club desires to thank Mesdames R. Fry and F: Chater for supplying the sandwich supper; also Mesdames M. Chandler and Fry, who gave the ladies' and gent's euchre prizes respectively; Mr. Stanford, of "Trench Farm." 'for the Monte Carlo gent's prize; M. Aspinole, 10/-; Miss Mowle, 2/-. A special prize donated by Mr. J. Furmston was...
Healesville Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
Healesville Notes By Raymond S. Grove. Among Healesville boys home on leave last week-end were Corporal Smith, Driver G. Olney and A.C.I K. Miller. Mis. ,V. Thompson's many friends will hbe pleased to learn that she is about again after her illness. If you were not among the happy throng in the Memorial Hall last night for the Austerity dance to aid the Merchant Navy patriotic fund, go along to the Palais to-night, where an other novelty dance will be featured- all for 2/-. A rider's alertness saved him from fatal injuries last Sunday, when his hou so bolted through the main street. On nearing the entrance to Queen's Park the rider, a nmember of the Allied Forces, jumped fronn the saddle and fell on his right arm and side. After examination he was allowed to go to hi4 place of.rosidence. It is quite time the white post was removed from op posite the park, as it is unsightly without the notice. The news that the price of bread is reduced has been welcomed, the price being fixed at 1/...
EVERY MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
EVERY MONDAY 10.30-Sundries, Furniture, 'r Iron and:Implements. 12 noon-Horses, Harness, Vehid 12.30-S' uckers, Slips, Stores, So 1 p.m -Millers, Springers and try. 1.30.-Porkers, Baconers, Backfat 2 p.m.-Vealers, Calves, Store Cat 2.30-Fat and Store Sheep. 3 p.m.-Bulls, Late Sales, Calvee Pigs. 3 p.m.-Fat Bullocks, Cows and C pers. 2 p.m., Fridays, Furniture S Shopping Stalls, Monday and Fri District Agents Mitchell and Co. . Machinery and Implements. La stocks on hand. Easy terms arra Owing to transport restrictkoJ ers and good agistlnent padd available at Croydon , For Carriers and Crates,??p weep F -don 45 early previo
Brevities [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
Brevities V------ By "Arline." letter was received this week Sapper A. A. Padgett, who at of writing was "somewhere in desert." Sapper Padgett asked Yuletide greetings and best wish or a peaceful new year be convey 0his many Healesville friends, par larly Board of Works employes. arently the letter was despatched North Africa, and the writer's essed wish to engage in conflict the best of the enemy forces wili ably have been realised by now. he most recent euchre party and ce organised by the local R.S.L. t" the Comforts Fund realised £12 net profit. A box of chocolates won by Mr. L. Bergin, and Mr. antwell was the lucky winner of ecial prize. Miss Betty Errington and MIr. B. O'Connell annexed the Monte Carlo trophies. The next of this series of entertainments will be hela in the Memorial Hall next Friday night, November 27. Good prizes and plenty of fun are promised. Rtegular attendance at these functions helps to ensure aL supply of comforts for needy service men. Last Thursday mor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
BUSL~S9' NOTICES .J. DMVBORN eal Estate and Business agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Registrar for Births' and Deaths *ng purchased the whole of thea y business of Mr. Percy John I have pleasure in announcing it will be my aim to give prompt nal attention to any agency busi ncha entrusted to me. 10LSON ST., HEALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 E traVW ue for _ tMenP wl:o know . GO8 SHOES . Careful buying of quality 7 Footwear 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 stles. Prices are sure to suit to. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILILE. 80LIGITORS lullett & Langford SOLICITORS ICITORS and COMMIISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ic., S.A., and Tas. COLLINS ST.. MIELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE leree and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and r, p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Tlesill 3elephones: 4 M? U 4360 ,s ...
AUSTRALIA PRODUCING VITAMIN OILS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
AUSTRALIA PRODUCING VITAMIN OILS. Before the war Australia imported from Britain, Norway and elsewhere nearly 400,000 gallons of fish oil an nually, of which about 60,000 gallons was medicinal oil. The rest was used for stock feeding and in loather, steel and other industries. To-day Australia is not only supplying its own needs in medicinal oil, but is meeting part of Britain's needs due to the loss of Nor way and the transfer of allied trawl ers to war service. The fish oil in dustry is thus another of the many new industries that have developed in Australia as a result of the war. Short ly after the outbreak of war, as sup plies of cod liver oil had ceased, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research set out to find substitutes. Medicinal oils must be of high quality, with a low acid value and a standard cC,.ntent. It was known that vitamin cii could be o'tained from several va rieties of Australian fish, but the diffi-_ culty was to find a diluent oil high in vitamins A. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
J. FAIR BAN K NICICOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 135 DELIVERS FRESH BREAD DAILY ANYWHERE IN THE DISTRICT WHY GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE'? .. EVERYTHING. FRESH DAILY Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS TILE BIEST 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 NEW HEALESVILLE Crrrying Service JOHN POMEROY FARNHAM ROAD - - - - HEALESVILLE 'Phone 132 Is conducting an UP-TO-DATE CARRYING SERVICE All Kinds of Goods Delivered Promptly; and Carefully to Any Part of the District ALL TRAINS MET LOWEST RATES CHARGED A Trial Respectfully Solicited e DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Fire! Protect Your Homes and Furniture t By Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prothpt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney II. Bradshaw Representative for EINITED INSURANCE COMP...
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 11 and 12. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET., November 11p nd 12. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan report as un der: Stores.-A keen enquiry for all de scriptions at late rates, 35/- to 75/-. Porkers. - An exceptionally brisk market, values higher, throughout, 60/ to £5/10/-. We had a great sale.: Backfatters.-Improved. We :sold four .W, Boyd: to £12/1/-, averaging £1fl/10/6 W. Henderson at £11/16/-, W. J. Clancy at h£11/ll/-, F. Goldberg at £10/9/-,, A .W. Brown at £10/1/-, J.:Coumihan at £9'6/-; 19/4/-, etc.; F. Fraiiks at £8/1il-, and many others. Baconers.-Better. We topped the market with two~ pens, viz., eight G. Henry at £5/15/6 iand six John' Camp bell at £5/14/6 ?:five F.. J. Lineham at £5/8/4; six J H. Carlisle at £5/7/6, two F. Lensley at £5/9/6, three G. Grant at £'5/6/6, six E. Burdeek at £5/5/8, three W Cunningham £5/5/-, eight A. Cunningham to £5/7/-, and many more. .? Calves.-F-elling wonderfully well. .We sold a choice run to £2/15/6. G. Henry's eigh? £515/6, buyer Jim nmy Still, - J. C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
AND INVEST ALL YOUR SAVINGS IN. A,-STRALIA'S WAR EFFO3T essential you are conserving your coupons and assisting into Austerity Loan bonds you adding strength to Australia's striking power, and building up a uabl asset yon can . . and investing all your savings in the 1 1, 31 ii L ..AND KEEP COUPONS! ME PROUD TO DENY YOURIIT ??A AND INVEST ALL YOUR SAVINGS IN AIUSTRALlA'S WAR EFFORT To invest every pound you can save is to do a double sCjiicc to Australia, and benefit yourself, too. By refrain ing from buying rationed goods which are not absolutely essential You arc 'onserving your coupons and assisting Your country's war effort .. . by putting all your savings into Austerity Loan bonds you are adding strength to Australia's striking power, and building up a valuable asset for your use in the post-war years. Keep on saving all Yea can . . and investing all your savings in the A TEIITY LOAN AL'S.', RE-CAPPING Modern Method Tyre Rejuvenation ..... .B y...... BOX LULL TYRE SERVICE Pty. ...
Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19. (Before Mr. J. W. Warwick, P.M.) DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAND OF LIQUOR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19. (Before Mr. J. W. Warwick, P.M.) DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAND OF LIQUOR. Aubrey C. Spark, ,licensee of the Australia Hotel, Marysville, was charg ed with the disposal of liquorI during prohibited hours. Senior-constable Newton said he visited the hotel on September 18, and saw a room full of people drinking and talking. With First-constable Fleischer he saw drink being served at a counter. He spoke to several men, asked for the licensee, and took the names and addresses of those present; the room adjoined the lodgers' cup board. On examining the lodgers' book, he found none of the names therein. Then the licensee came in, and there was continued knocking at the door, where people were being turned away. On the counter were 25 glasses containing liquor dregs, and there was evidence of liquor be ing served. The licensee admitted do ing a "roaring trade" that evening. He also admitted seeing the disposal, and said the police had him "on the s...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 November 1942
IN MEMORIAM TABER.-In loving memory of our &nbsp; dear son and brother, Stanley, who &nbsp; passed away at Healesvisle on No- vember 18th, 1935. &nbsp; Aways in our thoughts. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Dear Daddy of Kevin and Stanley. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Inserted by his parents and sis- ters. SATURDHealesville & Yarra len21, 142 GUARD IAN "Non sib!, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Norwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 Letters, contributions, etc., welcome. All communications to be addressed to the editor, who does not necessarily identify himself with correspondents' views. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1942