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WANDIN COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 July 1943

WANDIN COMMITTEE. A separate committee has been in augurated to serve the Wandin dis trict. Mr. A. Holmes, of Drouin, the reg ional organiser, attended and outlin ed the duties and activities of war agricultural committees, which are covered in the report on Lilydale ac tivities. He said the authorities con trolling the release of farm machin ery and other essential requirements would avail themselves of the practi cal knowledge of local members to guide them in the matter of releas ing plant to be put to the utmost use. Applications for release of farm equipment were then dealt with, and in the course of discussion concern was expressed that a blacksmith re siding and operating within the dis trict was being called up by the Allied Works Council. It was decided to take immediate action to ascertain if this could be withdrawn, it being felt that if production was to be maintained the services of a qualified blacksmith were essential in the district.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, JULY 15. (Before Mr. O'Grady, P.M.) COSTLY BOTTLE OF BEER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

Healesviae Police Court - -V.----- THURSDAY, JULY 15. (Before Mr. O'Grady, P.M.) COSTLY BOTTLE OF BEER. Henry McDonough was charged with a breach of the liquor regula tions. He did not appear. Senior-constable G. A. Newton said that about 9.15 p.m. on May 28 he was on duty in Nicholson street, and saw a car parked near the post office, opposite the Healesville Hotel. Stand ing on the kerb were two young men, one being defendant. They were drink ing beer from a bottle (produced), passing it from one to the other. Whdn questioned, they said they came from Marysville, and had the beer in the car, and were going to a dance in Healesville. They did not know it was an offence to have liquor in the vicin ity of a dance hall, the hall being 160. yards distant. Defendant's compan ion had since been called up. Fined £3 with .12/9 costs, in default distress. LICENCE GRANTED. Maurice William Chandler, Heales ville, was granted a renewal of his car= rier's licence. EXCESSIVE SPEED. Leonard Keith...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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CASH FROM GIRLS' BEDROOMS. TIMBER WORKER CONVICTED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

CASH FROM GIRLS' BEDROOMS.` TIMBER WORKER CONVICTED. Four charges of larceny from the Cumberland guest house,. Marysville, on ,June 19, were laid against Hene rick William Pfeiffer, timber worker, Marysville. .Senior-constable' Newton prosecuted. J Evidence.showed,that accused enter ed theibedrooms.of-four young women (present. in, court), and helped him self to money. Gwenda Shave, of St. Kilda road, Melbourne, found herself minus £2 in notes; Thelma Allis, of South Yarra, lost her purse contain? ing. 2/-; *.Dorothea Green, Northcote, missed 30/-; while Penelope Ralph found her purse and 25/- had disap rpeared. . The alarm was given by Miss Ralph, Who, on returning to her room, found ,accused therein. She informed the management, and accused ran outside. The police were notified, and First constable Jerrett questioned *accused in the Marysville picture theatre ,and arrested him. Accused was convicted and elected to be` dealt with by the court.. For the theft from Miss Shave he was ...

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Federal Elections DEAKIN ATTRACTS FIVE CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

Federal Elections DEAKIN ATTRACTS FIVE CANDIDATES. Electors of Deakin will face a prob lem on August 21, the day set apart for the Federal elections, as they will have five candidates to choose from, if present intentions are adhered to. Mr. W. J. Hutchinson, the present member, is to stand for re-election. He will, however, he opposed by Mr. R. D. Elliott, his former Labor adver sary Mr. F. Williamson, Major D. Rad clyffe( (independent U.A.P.), and Mr. A. Coffey, who carries the banner of a newly formed organisation. MIDDLE-CLASS CANDIDATE. That there is a growing discontent among the great mass of Australians at the turmoil and disunity in our Commonwealth and State Govern ments is evident by the large num ber of political parties which have come into being during the last year. There has been an increasing feeling of uneasiness and uncertainty, caused 'b: the aspiration of those in our midst who are taking advantage of the fact that the great bulk of Aus tralian people are preocc...

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Farewell to Queensland [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

Farewell to Queers!c nd BY THE TRUCK DRIVERS. The following poem, composed by some members of the A.I.F. stationed in North Australia, may be taken as a sample of the good-natured growl that can always be heard from seas oned service men, no matter what the circumstances. The poem, which was published in a country newspaper, caused a local digger, Corporal W. Arnup, of Gilderoy, to don his think ing cap and compose a ditty in an swer about conditions in New Guinea. This will appear next week. Here is the Queensland Lament: Queensland, thou art a land of hell, For owners, drivers, and others as well; Great big mosquitoes around me revel, In fact they are the very devil. They make the life more hard to take, We're up here just for Curtin's sake; The spin we get is bad enough, Even the food is rotten stuff. But we can take it, can't we, boys? We'll sacrifice our old home joys; And even though the rains have come The job we started will be done. We'll see it through, we will not shirk. ...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

Croydon Market All classes of cattle, pigs, calves, sheep and poultry sold at top prices at Monday's market. Milking cows, poor quality, £14/10/; heifers £12/10/; stale £7/15/-; spring.. ing cows £11/15/-! yearling heifers £10/5/-; store bullocks £9/4/-; fat ,bullocks £12 to £20; fat cows £14; fat heifers £12/5/-; beefy cows £10 15/-; choppers £6 to £9/5/-; crackers to £6; dairy bulls, privately, £12/5/-. Calves.-Still holding., Large veal ers £8/10/- to £11/5/-, small £6 to £8/10/-; calves 35/- to 70/-, small 20/- to 30/-, light weights to 20/-. Pigs.-Always sell well. Heavy por kers 80/- to 92/-, medium 74/- to 82/-, light 60/- to 75/-, killable to 65/-; light baconers 5/19/-; backfatters .£8/1/6; chopping sows 85/-; sow and litter 105/-; porker stores 40/- to 60/-; slips 26/- to 35/-; suckers up to 28/-. Sheep.-Scarce and very dear. Poultry. - Competition very keen and prices good. Cockerels 16/6, hens 14/9, draklings 17/4, cock chickens 4/2, stags,12/6, chickens 5/6 to 9/4, chic...

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Yarra Glen Patriotic Younger Set. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

Yarra Glen v----- Patriotic Youn?cer Set. The Yar'ra Glen patriotic Younger Set held its annual meeting on Wed nesday, July 7, Mr. T. Newman pro siding over a gooud attendance of members. The balance sheet submit ted by Miss A. Ault was received with much enthusiasm, especially when it was revealed that last year's total in come had been exceeded by f -1. Re ceipts for the year amounted to £21c, of which £1to was distributed between local branches of th!w Red Cross, Aus tralian Comforts Fund, Prisoners of War fund and other patriotic appeals. With so many members away on war service and the added drawback of rationing (which has reduced dona tions of cakes to almost nil), the young folk feel well satisfied with their: year's work. Mr. Newman con gratulated the younger set on their fine work, and spoke in glowing terms of the work of the president (Mr. L. Weller) and the secretary (Mrs. F. Wood). In reply Mr. Weller stressed the happy atmosphere in which the whole year's work had bee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW 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 Kestle Bros. 'Phone Healesvllle 22 East End Timber Yard FINE RANGE 'OF Pre-War PAINT GOOD VARIETY OF COLORS Fernshaw Road, Healesville S(St. Leonaud's Road JunctiUn) |? :l

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African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. Chapter 15. A GREAT GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. By ROBERT EADIE, M.B.E. Chapter 15. A GREAT GENERAL. In every respect Smuts is qualified to take his place in any company. H.t is fully acquainted with the subjects -which exercise the minds of public men throughout the world. He rea'?s and studies everything which has a bearing on public affairs, science or philosophy. In his library there are five hundred books on philosophy, over one hundred on economics, more than four hundred on social and national affairs, about four hundred on travel, one hundred and seventy on botany, over one hundred on other sciences, two hundred and sixty on the Great War, the Peace and the League, seven hundred and fifty on law, seventy on world's politics, thirty on education, fifty of poetry, one hundred and fifty biographies and memoirs, and over fif teen hundred other books. There are thirty long shelves of debates and -pamphlets, and a number of black tin trunks, large and small, of papers. Not co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

BUSI,,S. NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or u properties in Healesville and ndin Districts should consult J. DAV BORN Real Estate and Business Agent propertyi !Salesman {Kinds of Insurance Effeeted Re?giistrar for Births and Deaths 1IOLSON ST., IIEALESVILI. 'Phone Heales. 42 /ill Every Right , Fashion Here you will find the Footwear that is most be coming and that will l appeal to your sense of fairness in pricing. We constantly search for the distinctive styles and discrimating \)umen may purchase here the most complete and varied col lection of shoes according to the important style sources. MUacDonald's SHOE STORE Sicholsoa St.. HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS lullett & Langford SOLICITORS UCITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS cl., S.A., and Tas. I COLT)I S S'P., MELBOURNE" AT:'. .D AT THEIR 'IIEnAL SVILLE OFFICE ln and Bra,! .?aw's I`elldIngs B.tween the 1V..'s of 3 p.m. and I p.m. EVERy TEUCRSDAY Telephones: 35 --- - MU 4360 SA UIDGS B RAD InTER-EST Savings Bank Regulations p...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET July 7th and 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET July 7th and 8th. Conditions were quite attractive for pig and calf breeders at the Melbourne pig market last week. While 'compe tion was not as bright for backfatters, all other pigs met with brisk sale, as the following report by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. reveals: We sold 481 pigs and 96 'calves. Stores.-Improved supply. Compe tition firm and values unchanged, 16/ to 36/-. Porkers.-A brisk sale, notwith standing the heavier supply. 'Prices ranged from 45/- to 92/6. Backfatters.-Competition less keen, with values receding somewhat. We topped the market for W. A. Wilson, £13/1/-; Others were:-Phillip Hill at 1 £11/4/-, Price Hill at £9/11/-, three W. Maisey at £9/19/-, Cam. Waken shaw at £9/14/-, £9/6/-, £8/19/-, etc.' R. Brooks £9/4/-, and many mnore. Baconers.-An improved enquiry at slightly better values. Cam. Waken shaw's top pen £7, Heintze Bros. six r at £6/16/6, W. Maisey £6/16/-,';R. · Brooks £6/12/-, L. Carter £6/8/6, S. Marsh at £6/0/...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

ELECTOR S Think This Over Irresponsibility, sectional discrim ination and non-co-operation will not help Australia. The Curtin Ministry- have proved totally inadequate to the tasks of War-time Government. SUPPORT THE United rAustralia Party JOIN IT ... WORK FOR IT ... VOTE FOR IT Authorised by T. K. MALTBY, 395 Collins Street. Melbourne I INIII-N IIIIN INIIIIIIIIItltIIIIt IIIII IIIill _ "KILL THE 'FLU!", An attack of the "Flu" need not incon- • venience you or cause you discomfort in = any way if you take our relialile "Flu" , Remedy. It will stop pain and depression and have you feeling fit and well again almost immediately. TRY BARTOLD'S - 'FLU MIXTURE BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. 'Post Ofice, HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIill! IHIIIIIBEBlli lll MISS McDONALD, Manageress plnted and published by Ralph Mor well Thomas Hodges, Nicholgoa " '?not. ealesville, Victoria.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

Wedding JOHNSTONE - CASSIDY. The marriage of Malvie, only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Cassidy, 45 High street, Westgarth, to A.C.1 Francis Robert Johnstone (R.A.A.F.), eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnstone, Castella street, Healesville, was cele- brated in St. John's Church, Clifton Hill, on Saturday, June 12. The Rev. Father Ryan officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of silk net and lace, and a tulle veil held in place with gardenias. She carried a bou- quet of azaleas and sweet peas. The bridesmaids (Miss Myra Kael and Miss Mollie Cassidy) wore frocks of blue lace, and Dolly Varden hats trimmed with blue lace and red roses. They carried bouquets of red gladioli and carnations. The flower girls (Valerie Howell and Shirley Eagles) wore frocks matching those of the bridesmaids. They carried baskets of red gladioli and carnations. A.C.1 Mathieson was best man, and A.C.1 Swan was groomsman. A reception was held in the Clifton Hill Hall.

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Healesville Red Cross WASTE DEPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

Kealesville Red Cross ~v WASTE DEPOT. The report submitted to the annual ting of the Healesville Red Cross Mrs. J. Strachan Smith was: During the year a large amount of. re material was collected, sorted, tked and despatched to' the: head, nch of the Waste' Products .Sec a, lelbourne. The total number'of k3ges sent was 770, which .was :a ih greater number than last -year. tails are:-Paper, 335; cardboard, I; rags, 24; rubber, 130; tins;,7; p metal, 8; silver paper, '2; bottles, herbs, 1. The sum of 1f/10/11 was collected a sale of waste and handed to the treasurer. This represents the' amount received by the depot, 'as epenses during the yeatr were paid me personally. Accounts have' been ited by Mr. McEvitt, to.whom :our nks are given. I would like to make an appeal to e good enough to want to .help. is is, that they will bring -in only terials that we can use. Articles ch as empty pea pods, old bones, tes and slippers without rubber ', etc., have been brought in.' ::As se are usele...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

BEREAVEMENT THANKS Mr. and Mrs. M. Chandler, of Healesville, desire to Thank all rela- tives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, beautiful floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal expression of sincere gratitude.

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Racing [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

Racing Selections for the Grand National Steeplechase fixture at Flemington are as follow: Lawn Handicap-First Division. Karmona ...... .............. ........ 1 M osfino ....... .. ...................... 2 H ero ...... ...... ...... .... ............ ............ 3 Lawn Handicap-Second Division. Sunrocks ................ ........................ 1 D irector .................................. ..... .. . 2 Charming Lady ...................... 3 Doutta Galla Hurdle. Master Craft ............................ 1 Isanr bard ...... ....................... 2 V irile ..... ........................ ......... . 3 Two-year-old Mile. St. F airy .................................. .... 1 L ast P ort ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .... 2 N ight L ink ...................... ............ 3 Grand National Steeple. Parentena ...... ......... ....- ...... 1..... 1 Gold Watch .............. ...... 2. Bridge of Dee ......... ...... ..... 3 Footscray Steeple. Lord Jevington .. ... .... ..... 1 Harley ....

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VIRTUE ALONE CAN EXECUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

VIRTUE ALONE CAN EXECUTE. It is our tendency, if not our weak ness, to consider the age in which we live as unique in the extent and seri ousness of its problems. Perhaps it ' is the historian alone who can con template the present in a perspective adjusted by knowledge of the past. A hundred and seventy-three years ago the great Dr. Johnson was discussing with his friends at the Mitre Tavern s the possibility of Russia becoming a great nation; they also spoke of the national debt, the fixing of prices, the birthrate, unity of the churches, the usurpation of the people's rights by n parliamentary decrees, and the dis- C proportionate growth of the big cities. However, the fact that contemporary questions seriously exercised the minds D of our ancestors is not as important 1 'as the discerning pronouncement of J. the learned doctor regarding the pub- N lic approach to such questions. "Wis- J1 dom," he said, "might plan, but virtue alone can execute." And that, it must A be admitted, ...

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Damage to Proper To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

Damage to Proper -----V---- To the Editor. Sir,-During our stay in Heale my wife and.I noticed various ac vandalism and holliganism. Fihr 'all, seats in the streets are to be torn out of the ground and lying side down; others are broker.1 damaged, fences damaged and carried away for firewood: wire ces cut so that cattle can get i eat the grass in other people's pro ty; trees cut down and stolen' firewood; and last, damage to the morial Hall door and notice boanr this lawlessness is not stopped, pa will go elsewhere for their hol?d and to live. Gangs of youths at st corners and elsewhere should be nI ed on, as their horseplay is a nuist to passers-by.-Yours, etc., A.' M. SAMPSON. Meach road, Hampton, 0/7/i4:.

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Twenty-first Birthday PARTY FOR MISS McLEISH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

FT 1 ? ISS cLEISH a s t iss Jean Mc ,?.stulaten0fSr Ir. and Mrs. T. J oafghteoealesville, on the at el, ofher 21st birthday last Sat ,ent 0f auspicious event was S}hiI appy style by a party d Hall, attended by nearly riendi, Gardiner officiated as S usual bright manner. id dancing ere enjoyed, and es nd da isling Jean "many hap eturns. of The Guest of Honor" e toatp oposed0 by Mr., W. Mc ?aly ~ uncle), and nicely re t. ieo her fiance, Gunner J. ded totr toasts done justice to T he toins" and "JMr. and 1lcLeish," fthcLesr proudly presented her anoutsize gold key, as a token Sanebrance of her coming of age, Ishen the wish that with it she reunlock n?uch haLppiness for her Sears to come. Later she was cipient of numerous costly and Oble gifts from friends. pring the proceedings Mr. R. R. o, en behalf of the assemblage, dfarewell to Sergeant-Pilot SRoberts, of "Doogallok," Heales e and a toast was honored wish hn the best of luck and a safe I.enities terminated with a delect sit-down su...

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New Deal for Primary Producers [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 17 July 1943

New Deal for Primary Producers v---- In the Legislltive Assembly recently the on. '.- H. Everard advocated theter conditions for the forgotten nan; on the land, as follows: J The e a places about 25 miles frohm Mtlbourne where there is no re ticulat'io scheme, although repeated tcq.;u's for one have been made. We are pleased we now have a Minister of ,Agriculture who, we know, will reedy many of our grievances. Mem bers of this House have voted millions of poundsll to establish water schemes in 1;e northern districts, and now we ask "'ith no uncertain voice that as sistance be given to primary produc ers in the north. I thank the Premier for having appointed a Minister of Agriculture who will give consider ation to the handicaps of the produc ers whom I represent. We hear much about the need for decentralisation, but I would point out that to-day there are 10,000 fewer farms in Australia than there were 23 arnS ago, and although the Victor ian Government has been in power for eight ...

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