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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 July 1943

The restora 0o as NORFEMAL ST REET L~AETiE adds to the use of electricity To balance this extra use MORE ELECTRICITY MUST BE SAVED by every consumer Therefore - all Homes, Offices, Factories, Shops and Theatres- CONTINUE TO SWITCH OFF whenever .you can Remember - ELECTRICITY SAVED mn mis?'re power for ýWA~ !PRODUCTION and helps t~ob national campai~gn o SAVE COAL State Electricity Commics on of Victoria S., . ........... U.A .......... ....................... *................................................... DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By hire! Protect Your Homes and Furniture By Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney ii. B3radshaw Representative for UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE Other Classes of Insurance Effected, as well nee m b....as..................................... .................. 0 .................... essemassasese .e Public Notice ALEX CHR STIE STILT SELLS T...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. Chapter 16. THE SOLACE OF HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 July 1943

African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD -MARSHAL SMUTS. By !ROBERT EADIE, LB5.E. Chapter 16. THE SOLACE OF HOME. From now on most of the cite stances connected with the life work of Field Marshal Smuts a:'e ly well known. The information0 be found in writings of recent d and recounted by abler pens mine. His earlier work, which I h Ibeen making reference to in this 1 rative, was well known to me others who were associated with took a prominent part in the l:is of what might be ternmed the N South Africa. "Having reached the period W any further reference to his put life woulc, be superfluous, I feel t there are some readers who :, like to know something of his pr.' or domestic life.. There is alw'.: desire to learn of those things hl go to mnake up, the daily life of i men, apart from that work. hi ,brings them into the fierce ""I' t the limelight. With that in vi uew narrative will soon reach conC tl It is almost a universal ambition South Africanls to become landd P prietors. It is ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 July 1943

DENTISTS -_: IMR. ii. -TOCK ' SURGEON-DE::TIST ' VISITS IIHEALI:-LVILE EVERY SATURtDAI IFOETNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS i DATES OF NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, JULY 24th SATURDAY, AUGUST 7th I SATURDAY, AUGUST 21st SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th C City Address: S ALSTON BUILDINGS 12 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: nritral 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK a SURGEON-DENTIST 210 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 6.30 I Or by Special Appointment j AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WA'NT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER OLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 'All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write. E. M. Pou'!tn SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE P'rice, 5/- Box 'Extra'Special, 10/- per Box WRite for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will'find it of great Interest All Correspon...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. July 14 and 15. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 July 1943

Market Reort MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. July 14 and 15, Briskness. in, pig sales again pre vailed on July 14 and 15 in the' Mel bourne sale yards, as witness. the re port on activities tendered by Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co.: Stores.-Steady 'at late values, 12/ to 26/-. Porkers.-All descriptions reflected Government - decree, but with the smaller yarding values only reduced 2/- to 5/- per head. Store buyers got a good helping, prices 43/- to 93/-. Backfatters.-Steady at late rates. We sold drafts Clyne and Pensohn at £11/14/-, Clyne' and Neilson at £11 6/-, S. A. Allen at £10/6/-, T. B. Dra per at £8/19/-, L. Johnson at £8/11/-, etc. Baconers.-AA brisk enquiry at im proved rates. We sold the following "tops":-Six Holloway Bros.: at £6i '9/6, eight A. Watkins at £6/8/6, five .S. A. Allen at £6/6/6, three A.CAllen at £6/6/6; eight A. Razos at £6/3/6, four C. Phayers to £6/2/-, eigliht A. Watkins at £5/18/6, five Holloway Bros: at £5/14/6, six R. Mitchell'at '£5/18/6, five R. Andrews at £...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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MR. JOHN DONOVAN—ONE OF THE PIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 July 1943

MR. JOHN DONOVAN—ONE OF THE PIONEERS. The pioneers are passing from us —the stout-hearted men and women who blazed the trails and opened up this country, and paved the way   that we might follow after. Now they nearly all are gone—some few still re- main, and tidings of their passing are fraught with sadness—a sadness that fails not to remind us of the history of their glorious achievements, and of the relentless passage of the years. In his beautiful model homestead, "Wattle Bank," Donovan's road, Healesville, last Saturday, there de- parted from our pioneer citizenry an upright, brave and valuable old iden- tity in the person of Mr. John Dono- van, whose name is indissolubly link- ed with the growth of these moun- tain regions, in which he spent the greater part of his life. Mr. Donovan   had reached the age of 72 years, and his demise leaves one of those regret- ted gaps that are so hard to fill. He was a true gentleman of the old old school, which perha...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Eileen Finlay He[?] READERS MEET POPUL[?] WRITER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 July 1943

Eileen Finlay H READEPS MIEj7 WRITER. At the Golf Iou e, !i.. eminent Australianu Eileen Finlay, enjoyi l , spite from her literary labts ing best-selling novels. Her books. "The Caravan its sequel, "Full Turn,' and est. 'Undefeated." have beco mensely pop ular, early editio ing out in thousands immea publication. Mrs. Finlay has now in tion a long new novel. The HIome," which she considers t masterpiece. It is expected published next month. A v0. short stories, "Miniatures of will be ready by Christmas. IMrs. Finlay, who writes i!, depth and sincerity, is amoat ing lady, and during the pas she has been holding someth the nature of receptions at th Library. where numerous local ers of her works have been de to meet their favorite author ally. We are proud to Present in sue an article specially writt 'The Guardian" by Mrs. Fitga -YC C/

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

Vote for the UNITED AUSTRALIA and COUNTRY .PARTY w BEAUIEPAIRE, w M OSS, wL. SSPICE, J. A. Sen ator Vote WIHUTCHINSON, W, J. ENDORSED UNITED AUSTRALIA CAGDIDATE for DEAKIN The U.A.P. and C.P. are pledged to a NATIONAL GOVEWR?~NT Autlorised by T. K. MALTBY. 101 c.,lill, Strrc. `.",loaurne SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIInin "KILL THE 'FLU!" An attack of the "Flu" need not incona "w .. venience you or cause you discomfort h:"e any way if you take our relialjle Flable " Remedy. It will stop pain and depression and have youe feeling fit and well again almost immediately. .. TRY BARTOLD'S 'FLU MIXTURE BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Office, HIEALESVILLE @ý" ~Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). II II? IllIBhIIII II IIIIIIII IIIIIIII .Illl Ull MISS McDONALD, Manageress *.,.,.. ..... ..................................................................................................... Kestle Bros. 'Phone Healesville 22 East. End Timber Yard FINE RANGE OF Pre-War PAINT' GOOD VARIETY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

Fo Foot Comfort WEAR HEALTH SHOES In Half Slzem SCIENTIFICALLY MADE BY DR. ST. JOHN and DR. ELGAN ALSO AVAILABLE Rubber Heels in all sizes SA., Harry .Blackwood The U pto Da to Shoeman Nicholson. St. :+.Healesville: T'e1ophone 1886

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Pasture G[?]ubs Ram[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

Pasture G: uhs Ramr a The word "grub"' was a term wh!:c' irreverent schoolboys of a past gene ration used when referring with dr. light to the palatable delicacies t'on? cocted by the household cool: and col... sumed by them in amaz.ngly 1?L,-. luantities. Unfortunately, though, the vuor grub has a very opposite meani::g to grazlers in the Coldstream and Yer ing district and people who raise rtock on pastures. Most of their defini Ions of grub would be unprintable in such a respectable newspaper as "The Ex press," for, while the schoolboy ate the grub he knew, the grub the pastoral. ist knows is eating him out of house and home. To be more precise, this grub is leaving the paddocks bare of grass on many of the properties in the areas stated. It is also doing serious dam age in other districts, particularly -the cooler ones. On many farms the depredations of these parasites--for there are really three different grubs which are re sponsible--are obvious to the naked eye from a conside...

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TOUR BY MR. ELLIOTT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

7'OUR BY MR. ELLIOTT. During a recent tour of the central .midland areas of the Deakin elector ite the Independent National Govern ment candidate, Mr. R. D. Elliott, ad iressed gatherings of sawmillers and loggers, and 'at several meetings ex pressed the following sentiments: "Australia's war and post-war prob lems are too 'big and too vital to be jeopardised by being made the play things of party machine politicians with the inevitable inefficiency. To lay we can neither squabble nor relax. ro-day we find an Australia never ;o in need of the service that can be rendered by men and women with trained minds, vision and honesty of purpose; with courage to think and act for the community at large, and, if necessary, in defiance of powerful monopolistic interests and the corrod ing outside domination of machine polities. "During the war there is work for everyone, because we have a common goal-victory. But when this is reach ed what new goal shall we in Aus tralia set up before us? Afte...

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Yarra Gle[?] Younger Set Ba[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

YaYra GI Younge Set 3a The Yarla Glea Set held their an uatl Torial Hall on Frid all was a large attendance Z :ounding districts. ferr vided excellent musierry terest was displayed in a ,rin, in which inor took part. the winre than White and MIi*. Juhne r novelty dances conetr?ib?E happy atmosphere whitc and the tasty supr served to the promoters. The most enjoyable to everyone dmmmmmmmmmudmý

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MR. F. WILLIAMSON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

MR. F. WILLIAMSON. Mr. F. Williamson, doughty Labor opponent with past experience of elec tions, is to address the electors in the Warburton Mechanics' Hall at 8 p.m. on Sunday, August 8. Before that, however, he will make his appearance at Healesville, and hopes to have the pleasure of a good attendance at the emorial Hall next Thursday evening. He will then gives local electors his views on current politics. Mr. Williamson polled well in the last contest, and his supporters are sanguine of him doing better this time; but, of course, help is needed, Is Mr. Brown realises.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

AT UJ S KVI'CE Now -more ' "than ever.. S, r.tv rrn h avings Bank will accept Commol. wealt? B l.dc for 5t4 ..;std. frol nn. persion. If rqquired, the Baank will a6,, sell n .o h bonds for the holder ut current market rite, paping to bhim full proeeds. n, pl? e ai, pen a's---(1/ for ti10 Bonds . % for £100 and oer) The Bank will at all a tnes acrcer ahbcriptrions or Advance Subscriptions r a Commonwealth Loans navast all you can In £10 Notional Savings Bonds, War Sa?ings aqirlýicates, or War Savings Stamps (rmOII nWILTH SAUI GS BAfll OF AUSTRALIA cL.A lHealesville Furniture Arcade W. J.. AUGER KENBRAW ROAD--EAST END SHOPPINQ C NTRE M "ODEnRN tUPOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought IHIG:IEST PRiCES GIVEN We, Quota ;Qulok for Repair Works GET .OUR PRICES eaWt Workmanmhlp and Materlais Guaranteed _m .. . ,?m ..ua an sf . - ,.y SALES :'.TTLCE. PIGS, SIIEE ALLAN BROWN, Aucti Croydon Market Real Estate ai.d Business Farms for Sale, 1( to 10I Valuations for Probate and Made Finance Arranged All ...

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MR. HUTCHINSON'S CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

MR. HUTCHINSON'S CAM PAIGN. The sitting member for Deakin, Mr. W. J. Hutchinson, launches out on his campaign this week. Warburton and Healesville are his first places of call in this pottion of the large electorate. He will address electors at Healesville on Tuesday, and on Thursday he will make a tour of the area from Wandin to Warburton. He will begin his ad dresses at 11 a.m. that day, winding up with a meeting in the Warburton Mechanics' Hall in the evening. Mr. Hutchinson declares that in dependent candidates representa men ace, and could not bring about any kind of stability in Parliament. (M. Hodges, Healesville.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

9G1I-rSfs NOTICES Desrous of Purchasing or properties in Hcalesville andl p istricts should consult J. A BORN 1Estate and Business Agent Propertyi lSalesman rnds of Insurance Effected let-istrar for Iirths and Deaths [OSN ST., HIEALESVILLIE ,Phone Heales. 4-12 very Right ashion re you will find the twear that is most be sing and that will peal to your sense of mess in pricing. e constantly search for edistinctive styles and crimating Pvimen may rchase here the most Splete and varied col tion of shoes according the important style MccDonlId's SHOE STORE lhbolson St.. HEALESVISLLE. 80LICITORSI llett & Langford SOLICITORS TORiS and COMIIIISSIONEBS FOR AFFIDAVITS Itc., SA., and Tas. COLLINS ST., MELBOUBNE ATTEND AT THEIR ALESV1LLE OFFICE and Bradshaw's Buildings etween the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 y,m. ETIRY THURSDAY Telephones : eSvile 3 MU : .436 MEMORIAL HALL ITALKIES To-Night, Saturday NOVA PILBEAM and NAUNTON WAYNE in "NEXT OF KIN" "NEXT OF KIN" "NEXT OF KIN" "NEXT OF KIN" "NE...

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LIGHTS SHINE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

LIGHTS SHINE AG.AIN. ----v----- The. Pacific offensive now in pro gress gives good hope' that the :ii vasion clouds that htve hung so long on oup horizon will soon be driven back over the enemy. Yet scarcely a day ,passes when further evidence is riot' forthcoming clf the agonies of the peo ples whoselands have actually suffei ed invasion. Their fdte might have *. ~ ~ r : o `. I been our fate. As it is all the countries actualia.? the conflict, is oftcli which the lights may sthin is worth thinkiin aboutne - ing ourselves what a.oult 0 our fate had we imawoul . £ trality would protect a e,~~ gird our loins usand ea:n tht1 that has come to us fromn r? ain and her Allies. If for we allow ourselves to disre, ,. other freedom lovinkg eopi, suffering, what our own it., are still enduring, and wha to those who stand bet.ve , and the enemy, then we shall only the cold contemp1 of itho when victory conies, will b have it. Are we thinking, for inlta how some of the underlvin, c? this war can...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

CONSUI M ERS i ? ELECTRICITY w ? ? . AND HELP MEET THE INCREASING "%ji STATE ELECTRICITY COMMISSION OF VICTORIA S.E.C.17 DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Fire' Protect Your Homes and Furniture By Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney II. Bradshaw Representative for DN1TED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE Other Classes of Insurance Effected; as well .... ................n n.... ....n.u..........n.m. ..........s...........s..we....e Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL. SELLS THE BEST 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 o NICHOLSON STREET 'Phone Healesville 13. SUWINE{Y GO ELSEWHERE, when the BEST OF CAKES ARE OBTAINABLE HERE? EVBRYTHI~ NG FRESH DAILY There's- no better advertising medium than *'IIEALE VILLE GUARDIAN" i . . ...

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Appreciation To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

Appreciation .v To the Editor. Sir,-The following is a letter I have received from the manager of the Waste Products branch of the Red Cross Society. I would be grate ful if you would publish it in :,our paper, so that all who helped our local branch of the waste section could re ceive the thanks which go with the letter. "Dear Madam,-We have with the greatest pleasure perused your annual report forwarded to this department. We feel we would like to convey to each and every person concerned throughout your branch our most sin cere appreciation for such a splendid yearly return, evidence in itself of a remarkably fine gesture on behalf of your district. Might we add that one of the most pleasing teatures of your report is that this, year shows a very great increase in ,consignments to headquarters. We feel that words cannot really express the true valua tion of all the work that has been done throughout your district for the year; but you, like uF, have full know ledge of what this w...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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African Crucible A BIOGRAPHY OF FIELD MARSHAL SMUTS. Chapter 17. ARCHITECT OF EMPIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

BIOGRAP'IIY OF l?g lSITAL SIMUTS. . 50BERT EADIE, M.B.E. Chapter 17. ARCHITECT OF EMPIRE. .ually contrives to be home uts usullHe will probably be undays. stroll over the farm, anied b his never failing com toantedl t walking stick, which n nearly all of the photo 1of roup in which he appears. rier r. short time ago, had the of presenting him with a are ed blackwood stick, t from Australia. I have re W oned that he carried it with Ylearnet occasions and jokingly p that he is never without the gsa of Australia. mao about town he dresses arefulny' vet without the slight care~pion of dandyism. On the he falls into the general habit The homeliness of his at less than his attitude to the visitor woutld put the most tul at ease. here are six children in the fam I! grown up now --four girls and bots. The memory of two who during the Boer War is locked irs. Smuts' heart. This lady is a Scharming personality and a fit to one who represents pthysical mental.manhood at its best. A journ:llist ...

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Better Education Campaign DEMANDS OF MODERN METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

Better Education Campaign DEMANDS OF MODERN METHODS. 'To-day we face a desperate pass. Our education must not part com pany with our way of life. If for the sake of tradition we sent out army into battle without modern weapoiis, it would be a crime. It will be no less a crime if our children are sent with 'an out-of-date education into the peace." -Professor E. Ashby. "Teacher was crabby 'to-day."' How often have you heard that? Did it fling you into reminiscences of your childhood? Can you expect any thing else? Very often there are 50 to (0 chil dren in each class. Work it out less than half a minute's individual attention to each child per lesson so there can be little inividual assist ance. There is too much mass in struction and dead..'information, few questions, little discussion, acquies cence, boredom. Is this the way to prepare citizens to live in and under stand this most dangerous and diffi cult world, a world of machines and speed, of mathematics and science, of war and ...

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