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The Federal Elections [?] D. RADCLYFFE [?] OF UNENDORSED U.A.P. "DIGGER" CANDIDATE. [?] at Box Hill 19/7/43 [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

o eFe radEletions 0D. IADCLYFFE aP PGDORSED U.A.P. 1_.G"; UNE CANDIDATE. a at Box Hill 19/7/43 of Deakin, rn has comnLened at a: p ieause of the size oa e,? 2 subdivisions), an," S rthe clarity of tie issuer t p dle, there is no neceO the speeches of leaders The Issues S f between the policy of the or. 1 and that of the rest i e:, In the spheres of wal there can be no nisunde: a ?o issues involved. So fat oe concerned, the issue is be parchial war etlort design Australia in tihe war juat our ofwn shores safe, and, n full participation in carry . ght to the gates of Tokio. as peace is concerned, tlihe o betweein socialisation and in initiative. Because these e so momentous and are S eal, I have submitted pay. election. I have the experi . the will to make a useful a tien towards the solution of of facing us in the stirring which we live and which lit and I believe I would be able i a part in recreating the dig :d reputation of this land have bean tragically lost in two years. s we pu...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET July 21 and 22. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET July 21 and 22. There were brighter prospects still for pig breeders at the last Melbourne pig market. Reporting on activities there, Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co have this to say: Stores.-A steady enquiry at full' late rates, 16/- to 36/-. Porkers.-All classes sold briskly at late values. We had some wonderful pens of rare quality, which sold from 18/6 to £5/2/-. Backfatters.-Better values right throughout. We were first, and sold the following tops:-A. Davery, two to £14/4/-; A. F. Holden, £13/14/ and £13/11/-; M. North, £11/19/-; F. Humphrey, £11/6/1; W. McPherson, :10/14/-; Muntz Bros., £10/6/-; A. H. Brown, £9/16/-; Whitechurch Bros. E9/11/-, etc. Baconers.--In steady request at late figures. We sold seven A. Razor at £6/4/6, M. Chester to £6, John 'ampbell at £5/19/6, seven R. An drews at £5/18/6, four C. Burns £5 12/6, S. Affleck at £5/8/6, etc. Calves.-Much easier. We sold .52 to 46/6. Two Albert Davey to £14/4/-, A. Hol den's £13/14/-, £13...

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Healesville Shire Council JULY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 July 1943

Healesville Shire Council JULY MEETING. ' Present: Crs. Cameron (president), Dawborn, Kay, Johnston, Huxham, .Cook, Barton and Mowle. CORRESPONDENCE. Country Roads Board,- seeking amended information regarding main road bridges.-Referred to engineer. Same, advising that the balance of grant for work on Campbell's Creek .road, Castella, was Mtill available: also that an order would be placed for barbed wire and gates when quantity was advised.-President and engineer to attend. Same, intimating that road signs may now he re-erected.-On- motion of Crs. Huxham and Mowle, boards to include one 6pposite park and the tourist map in Main street. War Damage Commission, request ing municipalities to make a general review of values under which proper ties were assessed.-To receive atten tion when convenient, at instance of Crs. Huxham -and Kay. Department of Labor and National Service, advising that advertisement in Melbourne papers for acting shiro secretary must be endorsed by them, -This ha...

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

DENTISTS I MR. i. STOCK (9 iSURGEON-DENTIST S .VISITS IIEALESVILLE 3 VERY SATURDAY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF NEXT VISITS: SATURDAY, AUGUST 7th SATURDAY, AUGUST 21st r SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th City Address: 1j ,ALSTON BUILDINGS $2 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: --tral 2507 -- Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULI IELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PART OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, ILEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AN) AT LOWEST RATES LA1IES-WHIIY WORRY? E. M. Pou'Lt n SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PI'LLS FOR 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 Coirespondence treated Strictly Confidential ...

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Tribute To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

Tribute To the Editor. Sir,-At last meeting of Healesville branch of A.L.P. it was decided to place on record members' deep appre ciation of the work of the late Mr. John Donovan as president of the branch for several years. He was a very keen worker in the Labor inter est, and one of our best known and most highly esteemed citizens. The sincerest sympathy of all members of the branch is extended to his rela tives in their bereavement.--Yours, etc., P. H. STARR, \ Hon. Sec, H'ville Branch A.L.P. Hcalesville, .31/7/43.

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SHIPS AND SHIRTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

SIIPS AND SHIRTS. v Such details as can be culled fiom' eports of the Sicilian invasion empha ie the vast preparations that were prelude to the operations. Sicily is island sufficiently small to get nine tiues into the State 'of Victoria, but eports from the Mediterranean speak f more than two thousand ships en ged in carrying troops, equipment d supplies, besides gliders and troop rying aircraft operating in con 'unction. Basic facts such as these ring a realisation of all that is in Ived in total war of all that is ne essary before the success of even a mited offensive can be expected, ith a margin of optimistic assur nce. All of us clearly realise that ustralia is neither able nor expected provide all that is necessary to pur ean offensive policy in the Pacific, at we must be prepared to make our atest contribution in directions pen to us and these include food tufts and textiles, as well as muni ins. In military operations there is vast~ range of essential require :nts; tanks, g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

Kestie Bros. 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard.:. FINE RANGE OF Pre-War PAINT GOOD VARIETY OF COLORS Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) .... ...... ........................................?......ý...................,. ,_A - ?. . =1il AT YOUR SERVICE Noew--more As a Irrs service the Commonwe~alth Savings Bank will accept Common wealth Bonds for safe custody from any person. If required, the Bank will also sell such bonds for the holder at current market rates, paying to him full proceeds,. less selling expenses-(1/- for £10 Bonds, 5/- % for. £100 and over). The Bank will at all times accept subscriptions or Advance Subscriptions ~ o Commonwealth Loans. Invest all you can in £10 National Savings Bonds, War Savings Certificates, or War' Savings Stamps COmmonWEALTH SAUIINGS BlAN OF AUSTRALIA Cn.4 CATTLE, PIGS, SHEEP, POULTRY SALES ALLAN BROWN, Auctioneer Croydon Market Real Estate and Business Agent Farms for Sale, 10 to 1000 Acres Valuations for Probate a...

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Lilydale School Notes [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

Lilydale School Notes The school prides itself on its two big efforts each year one on behalf of the Blind Institute and the other for the Children's Hospital. Recently the local blind auxiliary received word that boxes of pantry goods forwarded earlier in the year had resulted in a saving to the institute of £10/14/1. , This week's weather has made chil dren aware of the good work of the mothers' club in dispensing cocoa each dinner hour. Gifts of cocoa and sugar have been received from Pam. Han sen, Gwennie Price, Margaret Sim mons, Barry Johnson and Keith Mays. It is expected that the good work will go on for the rest of this month. There Is a good supply of cocoa on hand, but further donations of sugar will be ac ceptable. At the end of last winter a fuel stove was installed in the staff room at the higher school. This winter it has proved such a boon that the staff wonder how teachers existed without it through the years since the school was built. The district treasurer of the...

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Federal Elections (Continued from previous page) MR. HUTCHINSON'S CREDENTIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

Federal Elections i onued fo previous page) ConJTCFIINSON'S CREDEN RiT. 1TIALS. cted to the Federal house twelve lected to the age of 27, Mr. W. T. Sago at became the youngest jU:chi son AuSt.Ilias thirteenth Par ber innin the contest for the -,enntnm of ndi. In 1934 he old elected b? a large majority. relect3 he s one of four mem ?9In hehUsc of Representatives of the Honpire Parliamentary n by t ' to Great Britain. a oiation l0di part in the debates Odletotok a.el nou; Imperial affairs. S]estnun his ,nderstanding of in Sbroaden his- he toured Europe n ationlff ae n,h visiting France, at hso Italy 0nd Russia, and re Grlan 'hot through the United 'ta nted Ca n:'da. HIe is one of the Statesaoed nlmn on foreign affairs bt ih Federal T. liament. itthe dt l the c new Deakin seat Contesting the larger portion ich col\ itorate in which he re Mrdest ol. Hutchinson was returned Slarg ajority in 1937 In 1940 ,as reltureul wvith an absolute ma he it re thlree other candidates jor the last to y...

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Books Wanted for Troops. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

Books Wahted for Troops. Readindg matter for the troops is of importance, for. our fighting forces spend many a dull hour, living as they do in a world that is almost devoid of entertainment. There is no better safeguard against tediousness than an adequate supply of'good reading mat ter. . Anything' and everything that is readable is wanted; playing cards are required, .too, in larige quantities. You are asked' to send the Australian Comforts Fund all the reading mat ter you can spare. Parcels will be carried free on railways if addressed "Reading matter fo: troops, Austral ian Comforts Fund, 109 Elizabeth street, Melbourne."

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MR. WILLIAMSON AT HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

MR. WILLIAMSO`N8 AT HEALES VILLE. Disunity existing between members of the Menzies' Government made it imperative for the Curtin adminicstra tion to be returned to office, said Mr. F. Williamson, Labor candidate for Deakin, addressing a meeting at Healesville on Thursday night. The Labor Government had been accused of using two hundred million pounds' worth of national credit. Mr. Fadden says his government would not have used this credit. But if it had not been used we could not have supplied more than two-thirds of essential war equipment for our sol diers. If necessary, the Labor Go vernment would use the amount of national credit needed for adequately defending Australia. The candidate said he was 100 per cent, behind preference for service men and women but not the brand of preference granted after the last war. His definition of preference to soldiers was social and economic se curity for them and their dependants. He stressed the necessity for post war reconstruction plans em...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

BCSL\sr, NOTICEs De-iroUs of purchasing or properties in Healesvillo and. dint Districts should consult J, DAV BORN al Estate and Business Agent Propertyi! Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Reg?istrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE 'Phione Heales. 42 Every Right Fashion" Here yuwill find the Footwear that is most be coming and that will appeal to your sense of himess in pricing. We constantly search for he distinctive styles and discrimating V',.men may purchase here the most :0plete and varied col ction of shoes according o the important style Sources. MacDoaald's SHOE STORE Nirholson St., HEALESVILLE. OLIOITORS ullett & Langford SOLICITORS ITORS and COMIISSIONERS FOR AFT"AVITS Ic., SA, and Tas. COLLIJS ST., MfELBOURIE ATTEN AT' THEIR VEA??SvILEr OFFICE and Bradsihal's BIulldin~gs Between the ho', , of .3 p.m. and 6 b rIn. E oy T U RSDAY 1Teleh: ones: MEMIORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday FREDRIC MARCH and MARTHA' SCOTT in "ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN" "ONE FOO...

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Bush Nursing Hospital To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

Bush Nursingi ospital To the Editor. Sir,-The 'annual mrreeting of the Healesville Bush Nursing Hospital will be held next Tuesday evening, August 10, in the annexe,' Memorial Hall, and I strongly appeal to all members to attend. It is not only members' privi lege but their duty to be present, if only to show ,their appreciation of the voluntary work done on their behalf during the year. The last annual meeting was poorly attended, only 16 out of 162, or under 10 per cent. of members considered it worth while to attend, which one of the executive officers stated was not only very dis appointing, but disgusting. Members should realise that the committee of the hospital are working solely in members' interests, and unless they are prepared to take a little interest in their own hospital they cannot reas onably expect the committee to con tinue giving their time in the inter ests of subscribers. Members of the executive committee give up not hours but weeks of their time yearly in the ...

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Appreciation To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

Appreciation -V To the Editor. Sir,-As Mr. Robert Eadie's articles have come to an end, may I express my thanks for the great pleasure and satisfaction they have given me. It is very invigorating to read of great and good men, and gives one the in spiration to keep on doing his duty to his generation; which affords much satisfaction to oneself and others. As Mr. Eadie is so conversant with all the great South Africans, may I sug gest that we have the pleasure of hearing of others. General Botha was -a good man, and Mr. Eadie often spoke of Paul Krueger. I feel it is a big help in educating us Australians to know of other countries. We so often get our minds poisoned by ad verse reports, of the different nations -Russia, for, instance, and perhaps China; both countries which have proved themselves great.-Yours, etc., ARTHUR G. KAY. '"Greenhills," Healesville, 31/7/43.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

BEREAVEMENT THANKS Mr. and Mrs. T. Kennedy and Daughters wish to thank all relatives and kind friends for personal visits, letters, telegrams and cards in their recent sad loss of their only dearly belove son. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment of gratitude.     TABER.-Mr. Taber and Family desire to exress their sincere thanks to all relations and friends for person- al expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, telegrams, letters and cards in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal acknowlegement of our deep   gratitude and appreciation.   Nicholson street, Healesville. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN ..Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address laorwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURD)AX, AUGUST 7, 1 13

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

HORNE.-In memory of my   husband and our darling who passed to a higher life, A 7th, 1941. A face that is always before us A voice that we cannot for A smile that will linger for ever In memory we see him yet. He left behind come aching hearts That loved him most sincere We never have or never will Forget a husband and father dear. -Inserted by his loving wife and children Beverley and Ma

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War Service Fund HEALESVILLE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

War Service Fund HEALESVILLE BRANCH. At the annual meeting of Heales ville branch R.S.L. War Service Fund, these officers were elected for the en suing year:-President Mr. E. C. An drews; vice-presklent, Mr. R. R. Coch ran; secretary and treasurer, Mr. R. G. Pollard; assistant secretary, Mrs. G. Andrews; committee,' all present and Messrs. I. W. Gardiner, R. Mc Leish, and Miss Stacey; auditor, Mr. 'H. Gunner. The president (hMr. Andrews), re viewing the year's activities, thanked members and Mr. Barratt (who is leaving) for their help. Mr. Pollard (treasurer) said the group objective of £50 per month had been maintained, £1981/12/6 being raised since the group's inception in October, 1939. In thanking all who helped he stressed. the need for con tinued support so that the ,boys doing the job up North would still get the parcels they so much appreclated;.Re ceipts for the year totalled £683/3/2; expenditure, £642/11/2. Dances te turned £439/12/11, and £211/6/ was received in donation...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

" I . .. Healesville i Furniture Arcade w. J. AUGER FERNSHAWV ROAD---EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought S , HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES , Best Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed N.N....sN......... ......... \ - ....... 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 A. Harry Blackwood The Up-to-Dto©. Shoeman Nicholson St. Healesville Telnphon 16i3 \ .lII1I1 N \.MII?IIIM ll \l l ll lll 1141111 IHI ll?4Ollllllll l.llllll N .l.lllllilllllp Illlll '' l' 1 Il . ;: . -. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

Arthauir XA. Cuole NATIONAL GOVERNMENT RETURNED SOLDIER, NON-PARTY CANDIDATE FOR DEAKIN . IN THE IHEALESVILLE PALAIS SUPPER ROOM on....on...... FRIDAY, AUGUST 13th, at 8 p.m. (Authorised by A. Coles, 124-26 Commercial road, Prahran, S.1.). MEND and iMAKE-O to SAVE BUY1f NG FW The longer you can make all your clothing and house hold goods last the more labour and material you will save to aid the war effort and bring victory nearer. Serve your country by taking extra care of your clothing, linen and household goods. **ooooooo*ooo* Despite... elb S / " / Every Precutiion SCoughs, Colds, and S. 'Flu are difficult to avoid at this time of the year. A RAPID RECOVERY F ®" is assured with., , CREOMEL because S., CRIEOMEL Conquerse Colds Quickly ' " Prices 1/6, 2/6 and 4/6, obtainable only from : $ R. A. Mc lFarane . M.P.S. 2 ®®ý CHEB1MIST. Main Street, CROYDON. Telephone Croydon 79 MISS McDONALD, Manageress . ..... ......-.-- . -.-.. . HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES DEAKIN ELECTORATE VOTE AND WV...

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Healesville Water Trust [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 August 1943

Healesville Water Trust A special meeting was held to dis cuss the engineer's proposal to con struct a new six-inch fibrolite high pressure pipe from High. street to Harker street, along Crowley road. This resolution was passed:-"That the engineer's suggestion that an ad ditional length of 480 feet of high. pressure fibrolite piping be laid at an estimated cost of £140, and Messrs. James Hardie and Co.'s offer to sup ply 480 feet of six-inch piping at the schedule rate, plus tax, be accepted; also that Mr. Stammers supply meas urement." It was decided to adopt the engin eer's original proposal to lay recondi tioned four-inch cast iron piping from Harker street to Lilydale road, at the junction of Steele's road; and that three-inch recondition cast iron pip ing be laid from Steel's road to Stain ton's, to supply properties on Lilydale road at present badly supplied., Proposed four-inch cast iron pipe along Harker street to Castella street to be held in abeyance, but valve for future ...

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