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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. July 1st, 1943. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET . July 1st, 1913. Stores and calves were in great de mand at the Melbourne pig market on July 1, as the following report, of Mdssrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co.. in dicates: Stores.-Selling briskly r at above porker values, 16/- to 46/-. . , Porkers.-Middle weights cheaper, light and heavy weights firm at 43/ ito 93/-. Backfatters. - Easier throughout, especially fat pigs. We sold some drafts Holloway Bros. at £11/16/-, Fullard Bros. at £10/19/-, M. C. Cal lander at £10/19/-, V. Edwards at £9/6/-, etc. Baconers.-Steady -market at late values. We sold some specials, in cluded four M. C. Chandler at £7/2/-. five M. Callander at £7, five same owner to £6/.7/-, five A. Razos at £6 3/- and five at £5/19/6, seven M. Col-, lins at t5'/19/-, John Campbell at £5 16/6, three L. Thompson at £5/12/6, six.A. Bateson at £5/11/6, five R. Allen at £5/1/6, five N. Moore at £5 6/6, etc., and so forth. Calves.-A great sale. Our 75 sold to £3/16/6, top for Phil Hill. Hollow...
Post-War Rehabilitation COUNCIL SEEKING PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
Post-War Reh bi'itation -v COUNCIL SEEKING PARTICULARS. Being desirous of making all pre parations it can in the way of assist ing the rehabilitation of returned ser vice men and women after the war, and as one means of determining the possibilities that exist, the Upper Yarra Shire Council has issued a questionnaire to all employers in the shire, requesting information regard ing the probable amount of employ ment that will be available. The intention is that details should show the number of employes who could be absorbed in addition to pres ent depleted staffs. Records will be kept in the shire office. The return should indicate the number of employes (male and fe male), the class of work on which they are engaged, and whether per. manent or temporary. In forwarding the statement it is assumed that In dustrial and economic conditions will aproxirhate those existing immediate ly prior to the outbreak of the war. The statement is not binding, but is intended merely as a guide to as...
Obituary MR. F. R. McNAB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
Obituary MR. F. R. McNAB. Old residents of Lilydale will regret to learn of the death of a former na. tive of the district, Mr. Findlay Ro bertson McNab, of "Glen Brae," Lynd hurst, on July 3, at the age of 67. The late Mr. McNab was born at "Green Point," Yering, where the family was widely known in the early days. His father was one of the foun ders of the Ayrshir-e breed of cattle' in Australia, "Green Point" estate then comprising 1100 acres of splen did grazing country. Buyers from all over the State were in frequent at 'tendance at this property. The late Mr.. Fin. McNab was a 'not ed horseman and sportsman, and In other parts of Victoria carried on his father's good iwork with Ayrshires. He was also a' prominent turf man. owning several: thoroughbreds, with which he had success. He leqves a widow, two sons-Keith and Kenneth (the latter in the A.I.F.)-and one daughter, Molly.
Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
"-^ 8tcsry Club ýI 3 eý it?,ly 1 organi,:d by the H t-,V. (ory Club, to aid the s, was held in the Pa! 3'iXr &of lIst week. Euchre prizes were won by Mrs. M. Olney and M. A. Anderson, and booby consolations by Mrs. S. Saunders and Mrs. J. Hanley (gent.).. The Monte Carlo award fell to Cpl. Kellow and partner, and the statue d:ance to Miss P. Fry and Mr. L. Gardiner. A dress ed doll, donated by Mrs. R. Coates, went to Miss B. Coates (No. D43). The euc:;.e LournCys were conducted by Mr. M. Olney, and the club president (Mr. I. W. Gardiner) M.C.'d proceed ings, with Mr. R. Cochran manning the ticket box. --i Donations were gratefully received from:-Mr. G. Stainton, £1; Mr. and Mrs. F. Hunter, £1 (euchre prizes); Mr. C. Desborough, 4/-; Mr. M. Hod ges. 4/-; Mrs. E. Andrews, 3/-; Miss L. Penton, 2/-; Mrs. G. Stainton, 2/6; Anonymous, 2/-; Mrs. M. Olney, 10/-: and Mrs. S. Stanley handod in £4/10/ from the sale of her home-made sweets. During the evening Mrs. Stan ley was busy sell...
War Service Fund To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
War Service Fund -V To the Editor. Sir,--May I claim a small space ih your columns to express my appreci atlon of the support given by the Healesville public to the R.S.L. War Service Fund (I-lealesville group) ov2. the past three years and nine months? During this period £1910 has been raised, and has, as you probably know. been distributed through the Austral ian Comforts Fund and our own head quarters to our boys in forward battle areas. Our local objective is £50 per month as our quota, and this has been kept up for the last twelve months, but is getting harder to maintain each month. Therefore I make this appeal to all who can help by making dona tions, or supporting our fortnightl;y dances, not to forget this worthy or ganisation. I feel that the needs of our fighting men should still come be .ore our own comforts and security at home. Thanking you very sincerely, :ir. Editor.-Yours, etc., R. G. POLLARD, Hon. Treas. R.S.L. War Service Fund.
Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
Croydon Market All . classes of butchers' require ments sold at top prices on Monday, hut, owing to the very wet weather. the yarding was not as heavy as usual. Milking cows, medium quality, real ised £15/10/-; heifers £12/17/6, stale £8/10/-; springing cows £12/5/-, heif ers £10/15/-; store cows £6/10/- to £7/5/-; fat bullocks, light weight, £15 7/6: fat cows', £14/10/-, fat heifers £13/17/6; beefy cows £10/10/-; chop pers £5/10/- to £10; crackers to £5 10/-. Calves.-Always sell well. Large vealers £9/10/- to £12/10/-, small £5 5/- to £S/5/--; calves 40/- to O80/-, small 26/- to 38/-, light weights to 17/-. Pigs.-Keen -, competition - for - all classes. Heavy: porkers 87/- to 106/-. medium 68/-' to 85/-, light 60/- to 70/-, killable up to 66/-; light bacon ers £5/17/6; backfatters £8/1r/G; po' ker stores 42/- to 56/-; 'chopping sows 'S7/6, .slips stores 25/- to 38/-, suckers 12/- to 27/-. Sheep.-Scarce and very dear, qual ity poor. Two-tooth wethers . 29/; four-tooth ewes 26/6, ful...
African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. Chapter 14. FOR AFRICA AND FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL. SMUTS., By ROBERT EADIE, MB.E., Chapter 14. FOR AFRICA AND FOR ENGLAND. From the conclusion of the Boer War, many people are familia'r with the activities of Field Marshal Smuts. ,There was a period of three years or sbo when the former Republic was gov erned by 'what was known as the Lyttleton Constitution. A few of the' leading Boers were offered seats in this Assembly. They refused for va rious reasons,, one being that their numbers would lie so few that they would have little weight. Another reason was that it was a body so con stituted that it did not really repre ,sent'the people. In turn they formed a political party called Het Volk (The People). It was immediately success ful, for it embraced all of the Boer population, and gained the support of many others who believed that little progress could be made except by a constitution which would represent the greatest number of 'the. popula tion of the country. 'In 1905, only three y...
Better Education Campaign THE VITAL YEARS—14 TO 16. A PLEA FOR RAISING SCHOOL LEAVING AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
Be ter Education Campaign THE VITAL YEARS-14 TO 16. A PLEA FOR' RAISING SCHOOL LEAVING AGE. "If we could send forth from our schools a generation imbued with ' respect for knowledge, with good taste which had become innate, both virile and sensitive, and above all with an instinct of good will, they might begin to rid the world of fear and of ugli ness and start in good earnest to lift numanity to a higher level of exist once."-Dr. Cyril Norwood. Do you know that more than half of our Victorian children leave school i.Lt ourteen? Just as they begin to chink and reason; just as they get their first ideas of the story of man - kind and the march of science; at the very moment that literature and art make their first strong appeal to them, the gates close behind them and they are hurried off to factory, shop - and warehouse, and largely to dead ind jobs. Our children are our greatest " national asset. On their physical and I mental equipment, on their courage, - initiative, and ability...
Healesville Red Cross ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
AN1NAL MEETING. eeting of the Healo3 d Crnn5?s was held in. the 1?Co ed a annexe on Monday. Con- d that the weather was bitterly tah e an wet, ith heavy snowfalls on nt es, the attendance was c : C untaameon (shire president) C , and spoke most appros ir the wonderful work done r~ :oh. Apologies were re ebrl `r WV. Everard, M.L.A.. ed froene of Yarra Glen, a.-d ies BarthOe j -omew and West. reO aseiving the secretary's le1. After those S, the treasurer, te odu and ssction and the Junor ;ste produthe election of office-bear. hed eld, followed by afternoon office?r: Elected. president, Mrs. R. N. Coates; vice Prdelts. Mesdna~s Adam, Boreham. Furmston, E. Hall, Miss M. Don Srbon secretarl, Miss M. Murray rco; hon. as?,:' secretary, Miss L. Shenon, treasurer, Mr. Alexander i conm?ittee, all members; cutter M.tCoates; buyers, Mesdames Coatel nd Bartholomew'; rationing officer r Bartholomew; asst. rationing 0.. ter frs. H. Furmston; in charge of wool, Mrs. F'iurmston; manager wast ;rducts...
War Agricultural Committees LILYDALE BRANCH ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
War Agricultural Committees LILYDALE BRANCH ACTIVE. It may not be generally known that unit of the Australian Wvar Agricul .ural Committee is functioning in thi Lillydale Shire, under the chairman ship of Mr. A. Clarke, of Croydon, Government dairy supervisor. These committees have been form ed under the aegis of the Federal Go vernment, with the object of co-ordin ating the efforts of all rural organis ations and farmers in the production of essential foodstuffs for all our needs, as well as those of Australia's augmented population and fighting services. ±representative farmers throughout ,he district have been acting on the comreittce for several months, and al though only in its preliminary stages, the chairman informs us that many practical suggestions have emanated from the discussions for the re-organ isation of primary industries for es sential production. In the setting up of district com mittees the shire council was asked to submit panels of names of prominent citizens fr...
Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
Racing S v--. Selections: for Flemington's Grand National Hurdle Race Day arA: Maiden Hurdle Race. Mitta Grange ......... _.... .»... ... Master Craft ..... ......... . ..... 2 Spellboy ...... .... ...... ...... ........ 3 Myross Handicap. Solon ,........ .......... ... . ., .. ., 1 Tarabah » ..... ....... .. ;» .. .. 2 Last Port ..... ....... - . 3 Grand National Hurdle. Benghaz?- ...» ..... .». . .... 1 Anpapejo ...... .. ... .. » . 2 Virile ........ ...... .... ..... . 3 Kensington Steeple. Bridge of Dee ....». .... ... .. '1 Victory March ..... ......... 2 Parentena ........ ... . ' .... 3 July- Handicap. Stonecastle ................ ' .... . 1 Trustee ..... ... .... . .. . . .... 2 Sim ilar . ..... ........ .....»..».. 8 Three-year-old Handicap. Quezon " ..... ... . 2 N alon? ...... . ».. .. .» ..., ... .. 3
Healesville Council ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
Healesvilie Council 1NGINEER'S REPORT. the at meeting of the Heales Sthire C oucil h1r. Scott report iead._--Maintenance work is ).In being carried out on the t dpesent etion: of Badger Creek u5rfaced e of the power grader ,,d met Shire of Eltham. The red fron le of Badger Creek road, ,tefrt infg the Healesville-Alexan tfr lIn very badly corru adr roaqu~e a heavy cut will be t o, a Itremove all ridges. After essar 1dinn bhis length, as far p5er gra .li road should be dressed oth sine crushed rock, in order to h fi n we ing coat, or "skim." e it?ips to ,revent corrugations. ohi c h of the eastern side of the Sstretc eandra main road, near er.eslet oad junction, has failed un rolthe heav traffic using the road, Sthe lack of drainage which occurs thdi locality The eastern drain i this be dcepetd to give some fld for ground water soaking va and osvhen the road 'has dried e hnt the eastern side will have rbte boxed out or agricultural pipe Sire drains laid, and the road re onstrlccted wi...
Lilydale School Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
Li yd le School Notes ..--.. . . Boys and girls-large and small are enjoying the drink of hot cocoa so ably distributed each dinner hour by members of the Lilydale Mothers' Club. Donations of either cocoa or sugar have been handed in by the following:-Mesdames J. Morton and Hodges, Janet Luke, Joan Lilly, Joan Povall Daphne Dredge, Betty Woolan. Anna Popovitch, Dorothy Neven, Elsie O Donnell, Wilma Abrahall, Glenya Gerrish, Margaret and Edna. Barnett, Keith Mays, Barry Johnson, Des Mays, Laurie Powley,, Gordon Owens and Darrell Payne. I athe:s and big brothers must not be curprired if they are asked for old razor blades, as the school is making a collection to send to the authorities so that each R.A.A.F. man may have some in their emergency rations' kit. It is hoped to be able to send in a couple of hundred. Attendances for the quarter' just ended show quite a number of lost days, owing mainly to illness, but there are a number of cases of irregu larity due to lack of interest on t...
At "The Ferns" [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
At "The Ferns" A gala night was held on the 24th ult. and prizes presented as follow: Monte Carlo (barn dance), Miss Staf ford and Mr. MacCarthy, (fox trot), Mrs. Johnson and Miss Pearson; best individual item, Mr. MacCarthy; spot dance, Mrs. Cotterill snr. and Mr. Ash er; musical arms, Miss Stafford a'nd Mr. Mac Christal. Departing guests were farewelled with musical -honors, and special reference was made to the work of Mr. and Mrs. Fields and Miss Pearson (hon. secretary). A short melodrama, "The Killer and the Bloodstained Axe," was produced under the direction of the author, who took the part of the 'judge. The dual hole of the murdered woman and the lady next. door was acted realistically by Mis. Cotterill snr., with adventi 'tious additions to her contours and a chic ensemble in the second. The other characters were as indicated. In the prologue a man was seen to interview a housewife, and later to leave the premises with a blood-stain ed axe. The husband , thenr:staggers hom...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
Wedding -----V---- MILLER - CRAWLEY. A pretty wedding of local interest was celebrated in Scots' Church, Healesville, on Saturday last, when Clarice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Crawley, of Melbourne, was joined in holy matrimony with Colin James, third son of Mrs. and the late Mr. R. Miller, of Healesville. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. J. Rust, B.A. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in an exquisite bridal gown of white, and her two bridesmaids affected dainty blue ensembles. The happy young couple's many friends availed themselves of the pleasure of meeting them at the wed- ding breakfast at "Alpine Lodge," where complimentary toasts were done justice to in time honored style, and the newllyweds wished every happiness and prosperity. The honeymoon was spent at a des- tination unknown. The bridegroom is a member of the R.A.A.F.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
BCS[NI? Sf NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or properties in Healosville and ?ding Districts should consult al Estate and Business agent Propertyi!Salesman t Kinds of Insurance Effected ReIlstrar for Births ansd DCeaths 'OISON ST., IHALESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 II ver Right ashion e you will find the twear that is most be? ing and that w ill al to your sense of ess in pricing. .... . Sconstantly search for distinctive styles and 'mating 1v0men may hase here the most piece and varied col on of shoes according the important style cuI. acDonald's SHOE STORE on St., HEALESVILLE. GoLUaTOý Ott & Langford SOLICITORS Saad COMMIJSSIONEBUS Vg o o lAVITS k, a., and Tas. S ST., siLBOURN]R ATIND AT THIIFR VILE OFFICE ad a~w's. Buildiings e the hours of 3 p.m. ITJR SAY It Telepones: .?3U 4860 HEALESVILLE A.R.P. AND RED. CROSS Sound and Motion-Picture ENTERTAINMENT IN THE MEMORIAL HALL Thursday, July 22, at 8 p.m. Arranged by the Shell Company of Australia Limited and Cr. Hugh Huihax?t, Loca...
Healesville A.L.P. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
Healesville A.L.P. Monthly meeting of the Healesville A.L.P. was held in the Memorial Hall on Fridgy of last week, with Mr. L. Saunders as chairman, in the absence of Mr. E. E. Sheills (president). The endorsed Labor candidate for Deakin (Mr. F. Williamson) delivered an ad dress. An appreciative lotter will be sent to Private J. C. Gill, who car Sried Labor's banner in the State elec le tion. The secretary (Mr. P. H. Starr) ,I- tendered his resignation as from last le meeting, owing to business reasons. ts Grocery Lines. Seasonable groceries now on sale at Messrs. Newton and Jury include New it Zealand blue boiling peas, od. lb.; pea and chicken soup, cd. per can; Col gate's cold cream toilet soap, large packets, !1 a 1/-; Vens' Hamee and Colapore curry powders: Brown Beau ty beans, 1/3 lb.; malted cocoa, 9d. pkt.; Avena flaked oats. 21b. pkts. _ 7d.; Parson's oatmeal, 21b. pkts. .'id. This firm is local agent for Griffiths' r tea, and carries an up-to-date range is of ironmongery,-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943
DENTISTS L- MR. H. .,TOCK SURGEON-DEITIST VISITS IIEALESVILLE EVERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, JULY Ioth SATURDAY, JULY 24th SATURI)AY, AUGUST 7th SATURDAY, AUGUST 21st SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .Ith SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th City Addrc?:s: ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: -entrai 2507 I-Healesville 151 -- MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST '., 219 BALACLAVA ROAD i: CAULFI ELD VISITS IIEALESVILLE EVERY TII USDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. I-ealesvllle 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERBED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF TIHE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, ISALESVILLE 'Phone 121 'All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES--WHY WNORRY? Write . SPECIAL DONJEAN FEMALE PILLS NOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extra Special, 10/- per Pox Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Wornen will find it of great interest All Corre...