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Eltham Shire Matters [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
Eliham Shire Matters I:Fet- of initerest to Y:i:-i:! Glen rate p, -._. dealt with at tihc last meeting ` the: Eltham Shire Council, are as fllow: Chr:istmas Hills Reserve.-Ap)proval was forwarded by the Lands depart ment to the appointment of Mfessrs. A. Ashmore. D. Wilson ad P. Muir as a committee of management of the re creation reserve for three years. Yarra Glen Poundkeeper.-Mr. I. A. Seatle submitted his resignation. It was decided to seek applications for the position, decision being referred to East riding members. Cr. Irvine said attention was requir ed on the drain at McPherson's,'Yarra Glen. The engineer was instructed to attend to the matter, also to trees and guards at Yarra Glen, and filling of potholes in Armstrong grove. Wandering Cattle at Yarra Glen. Cr. Bell asked for attention to th , road into Scott's, at Paul's Creek. The engineer is to inspect. He also said the cattle nuisance was increasing, and was serious at night, and the ranger should be empowered to impou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
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Elections To-day BIG ISSUES AT STAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
Elections To-Jay BIG ISSUES AT STAKE. To-day (Saturday) is polling day throughout the length and breadth of Australia. Upwards of 5,000,000 electors are expected to re cord their votes, and it is questionable if more momentous decisions have ever been placed before them. The campaign in ,the Deakin elec torate has been much keener than the usual run of elections, and each candi date has made a strong appeal to the electors. The. views of all have been given much publicity, and it is now the lot of voters to cast their decision. In doing so, however, there should be an intelligent summing up of each candidate's aims That should not be a difficult matter, even though many voters seem to he perplexed when the time for voting comes, and quite a number are frankly in a quandary. All voters should reach their conclusion long before they arrive at any polling booth, and be in a position to disdain advice tendered on how to vote cards. Voters must remember that on each ballot paper they mus...
MR. HUTCHINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
MR. HUTCHINSON, "Let us remember that Australia's most urgent need is a National gov ernment-unity above all else; but let us also remember that Labor has made it plain that it will not- co-oper ate, and that therefore no rear nation al government can be formed. You have therefore to elect a party gov ernment. The main issue is plail. You are forced to decide between the Labor Party, with its socialisation, or the U.A.P.-C.P. Parties, who stand for building anew on the proved founda tions of private enterprise. You have to walk one path or the other. "Now those who believe in private enterprise must take stock of the po sition. This election can easily end in confusion. There is something like twelve party groups, dozens of inde 'pendents, but there are only two party groups who have placed before the people the necessary numbers to gov ern-Labor and the UA.P.-C.P. com bination. Labor will in the main vote solidly for their party. What of 'the non-Labor side? Will we, too, vote soli...
Sunday in the Hotel YARRA GLEN LICENSEE MAKES SURE THE BAR DOOR'S LOCKED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
Sunday in the Hotel YARRA GLEN LICENSEE MAKES SURE THE BAR DOOR'S LOCKED. YAIRRA GLEN LICENSEE MIAKES SURE THE BAR DOOR'S LOCKED, Before Mr. O'Grady, P.M., in the Healesville police court on Thursday, Robert Joseph Lithgow, licensee of the Grand Hotel, Yarra'Glen,, pleaded not guilty of charges concerning his bar door being unlocked on Sunday, the disposal of liquor on Sunday, and persons illegally on the premises. Nor man Leslie Pariington and Clifford Howe were charged with being illeg ally on the premises. Pleas of not guilty were entered for them, one of them---Partington--being present in court. Constable Holgate, of the licensing police, said that at :1.5! p.m. on Sun day, July 1, he visited the hotel with ether police. On their approach he saw two girls on the verandah, one of whom disappeared inside. Witness went to the front door, and the other police went round the building. A few moments later he heard sounds of people inside, and he was admitted by a cons:able. Three men...
Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
Croydon Market Fat cattle, poultry, pigs and sheep sold well at Monday's yarding. Milking cows £13,,' heifers £11: springing cows. £11/10/-; yearling -h'eifers ;75/- to 9·/-; store cows 16 '15/-; fat cows £16/2/6; fat. heifers f14/10/-; ieefy cows £15/10/-; chop pers £8 to" £11/10/-; crackers to £7 10/-; dairy bulls to £8/10/-. Calves.---Great sale. Large vealers. £12/12/6, small £6: to £9/5/-; calves 50/-" to 90/-,'small 20/- to 45/-, light weights to 15/-. Pigs.-Still selling especially well. Heavy ,porkers 90/- to 120/-;. light baconers £f5/5/- to £8/2/6; boars to 40/-; chopping sows .£6/16/-;- bacon stores.40/- to 70/-; porker stores 35/ .o 45/- slips '28/- to 35/-; suckers 12/6 to, 9/ 'Sheep;,-Quality in demand. Two tooth wethers' 39/-, full mouth 30/-; two-tooth ewes 37/-, four-tooth 27/-, six-tooth 39/-; lamb suckers 28/-, lambs 18/-; wether stores 16/10; crac kers 13/-; rams 18/-. Poultry.---Never sold better.' Cock erels 23/9, draklings 28/-, colored hens 21/-; stags 17/-, ...
Healesville Red Cross [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
Healesville Red Cross -- -V---- Miss Murton, Healesville Red Cross secretary, has received the following lette: "Dear Miss Murton,-Your annual Seport has been read with interest and pleasure, and I am asked to convey to you and the other office-hearers and members of your branch the sincere conlratulations of the chairman (Dr. Newman Morris) and members of the Victorian Red Cross Council, on the r!ut.:tanding success of your work dur i.; the past year. From time to time ,ou have been assured of ,the grat itude with which your contributions to the society's funds have been re ceived. Without such contributions the work of the society could not be efficiently maintained; and we renew our thanks to your branch for its loyal and valued support. The enterprise and initiative which have been em ployed in raising your funds are note wotthy. To achieve such outstanding results, those responsible for your va rious schemes and those who under took your collections or organised your efforts mu...
MAJOR D. RADCLYFFE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
MAJOR D. RADCLYFFE. In concluding his energetic cam paign Mr. Radclyffe informs us that his policy has been favorably viewed by tif Valt majority of electors. In the electorate, he says, there is widespread alarm at the increase in drunkenness. An overhaul of the liquor laws is essential. If the posi tion is allowed to deteriorate further, a most detrimental effect on the mo rale of the community must result. I feel that the Curtin Government's re striction on the manufacture and sale of liquor has been futile. The restric tions have not stopped one case of drunkenness. The restriction has been borne by the moderate drinker. The question of liquor reform will have to be dealt with in the near future. Briefly my policy can be summar ised: A National government for a maxi munt war effort. One army. Full co-operation in fighting for vic tory alongside our Allies. Sound methods of financing the war effort. Repatriation for the service men and munition workers in civil life after the war...
WHITHER BOUND? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
1IITIIER BOUND? ,ecorded history of mankind a thea reo sl been a turning point. .r lthere been a time when a cer 8coul enrge from war, or a :0 cou .N with the national sta rssPCcts that it started with. or p t ,o - ledl to national retro ors ?al ddedt power and pres in oir no new discovery. The ,thil of past ages wer ? able : thintoric tendencies just as well e, "d to pirohesy the rise and e, an i.es even though they tof n interfere with the process tolay we are somewhat at nt. atoage. "for education and the Sadr pr'eading information have o a )ised the oportion of peo iih a knowledge of the signs bý , strsion or progress are ith, t In addition, each citizen of piraent dlay democracy has the op ret. to voice an opinion regard rnitye ,s and means of diret;ing Satihe " n course, an opportu:ity nto us ns the vote. Almost one of us realises that this was rrs one of those turning points isto ry We know full well, or uld know, that when the war Ls Sthere is going to be no national ding st...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
For Foot Comfort. HEALTH SHOES In Half Size. SCIENTIFICALLY MADE BY DR. ST. JOHN and DR. ELGAN ALSO AVAILABLE Rubber Heels in all sizes A. Harry Blackwood The Up-to-Date Shoom.an Nicholson St. Healesville Telephon. 163 .. /.aN.. / ./..m........ /i?" . ... M.......... / //J n. u N ? e,?i N///. N/u/m// oNo/// ..... ...// NNm? NN-`/ Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD-EAST END SHOPPING CENTRE MODERN UPROLSTERER Used Furniture Bought HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quete Quick for Repair Work GET OUR PRICES Best Workmanship and Materi al Ouarant. d~*UUU8Ul au~m.muaa~a.u~ahm~~u~aa...aa .. g? . ..?.
Australians of Yesterday CORANDERRK ABORIGINE STATION. PART THREE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
Australians of Yesterday ------V ------ &nbsp; CORANDERRK ABORIGINE STATION. By Ethel M. Shaw; Healesville. PART THREE. The meat required for the people was killed on the station and served out twice a week. Other rations were given weekly. Good crops of potatoes were grown, and issued fortnightly. Each family had a cow to milk, and were encouraged in the growing of vegetables. Clothing was given out twice a year. The women made up their own and the children's clothes; some had their own sewing machines. Mrs. Shaw held classes for those who needed help. The cottages were inspected week- ly, marks were given, and a prize awarded at the end of the year for the best kept garden. In their spare time the women made very good bas- kets, and these, with boomerangs and weapons made by the men, were much sought after by visitors. The men enjoyed sport, cricket and football being very popular. In 1903, owing to ill health, Mr. Shaw was granted six months' leave of absence. With Mrs. S...
ALAN COFFEY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 August 1943
ALAN COFFEY. Speaking at Warburton on Friday, Mr. Alan Coffey, the Middle Class can- didate, said: "Although parties and candidates continue to make promises and paint colorful pictures of the post war period, I foresee a period of hard work for everyone, and, for a time at least, a reduction in the standard of living. "Perhaps our arch-enemy is infla- tion. This we must guard against at all costs, and at the same time we must ensure all workers sufficient for their essential needs. As long as we are able to keep increased production in step with increased credit we are not likely to go seriously wrong. This means that credit must be created to enable everybody to maintain produc- tion. No new monetary system will enable goods to be produced without labor, or allow us to get something for nothing, unless somebody else has done the extra work to enable them to do so, and that applies to the rich as well as the poor. It means that if everybody will pull together and put all they can i...
Hospital Gala Night BUILDING FUND AUGMENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943
Hospital Gala Night BUILDING FUND AUGMENTED. The hospital euchre and dance gala sning held in the Palais on Friday last week attracted an attendance Mr;0. Ilr. and Mrs. D. Bone. of the erminus Hotel, sponsored the social mark the re-opening of the Palais. ^d, besides donating the use of the all, providing a splendid supper and iing the Monte Carlo prizes, they, sted by their staff, took charge of `e supper arrangements. The Palais was made cosy, and re orated and re-decorated for the oc iion. and was the topic of favorable tment during the evening. MIr. 11. Olney had charge of the tchre, the winners being Mrs. WV. Mc ish and Mr. Love. Mr. I. W. Gar iner was M.C., with Mr. R. T. Mc ish doorkeeper. The profit of £27 was to aid the ospital building fund. Monte Carlo prizes were won by r. Exelby and Miss M. Quinn, bile the spot dance trophies avent to Vesdames Gilliland and Hort. Daring the evening Mr. R. R. Coch in, hospital secretary, introduced Mr. d. Irs. Bone to the assembly, thank...
A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943
A Thought for To-day. Fascism in its various guises blots out the sunshine of social better ment and stands athwart the road 'leading to the complete emancipation and brotherhood of man. Therefore its removal is a step forward in posi tive idealism. Nothing can he per mitted which interferes with our de termination to completely shatter this citadel of barbarism, this prison of society wherein human love. senti ment and sympathy are being squeez ed from the heart and brain. -T. Garland. Healesvflle & Yarra C IG~UARDIrr -Nan sihi, sed o ýh. Annual subscription~ i to any address' j orwellHodges Edito, Telephone $1 t SVL'L'RDA1'. AL'-U
Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, AUGUST 19. (Before Messrs. P. Johnston and H. [?] J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943
sville Police Court THI`DAY, AUGUST 19. ressrs. P Johnston and H. .r J."sp.) n ( Robert Blackson, :axle) taYgn Ilea!esville, was eronith hopbreal:king and steal d philliPh and Son's store, at and house'eaking and 5s15vilIe, ti nic of Alexander ;in at thaw road. Healesville. He !r Feendled by Senior-constable 3ppr d Auxiliary-constable ,VW. onl and e sb1?;iorn of accused'? On t`ir Mullett) the cases were ced to simple larceny, and ac elec ing to be dealt with by the t.e case was5 .djoul.ned to a date ie fixed. not exceeding a year. WLQ0R NEAR DANCE HALL. J d,Or I'.., adjudicated on ce 0"hereio n '.'. R. Symonds. War te South, and H. J. Morgan. : Ringwood were charged with 1ae of tile Liquor Control Order r1ictsria, viz., drinking beer in the ii of a hall during the progress Iance The offence occurred at Badger Creel Hall on April 24, :1 was detected by Senior-constabl', ston and Constable Nicholl. Defendants, who did not appear. .,e each fined £3, with 5/3 costs. TRUANCY. Tno charges...
Alleged Theft of Motor Tyre ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943
Alleged Theft of Motor Tyre -V ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. At the Lilydale police court on Fri day last, before Mr. Warwick, P.M., a charge of fraudulently converting to :his own use a motor truck tyre and thereby deemed to have committed larceny, was preferred against John Henderson Bathurst, of Yarra Glen. The charge was made by Edward James Collins, farmer, Steel's Creek, who deposed that defendant called at his place in November, 1942. He went into the garage and looked at two tyres which witness wanted to have re-treaded. Defendant discarded one which had a hole in it, but said the other was alright. He took it away and delivered it to the Box Hill Re treading Co. On several occasions afterward he asked defendant if he had the tyre back. Defendant re plied "No." On April 17 last he said to accused, "W;hat about my tyre? Have you got it?" Bathurst replied, 'No; I will call. and get it next Tues day. Witness replied .'No, you won't; you already have it. You got it about three we...
Coldstream Red Cross Woolshed Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943
Coldstream Red Cross Woolshed DIan?e Arrahgements for the ,:: dance at "Yarra Grange" are;.i, ing apace, but there is another a tive aspect to the function esi-c week's, announcement was made lady supporter of the Coldstrean Cross, unable to attend the dance offered a prize for a waltzing cc tion. This should ensure good pa age, as there is always some magnetic -about a waltzing cen tion, which rarely fails to attract best dancers in the district.
Federal Elections [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943
Federal Elections -----V------ Like almost all other centres in the ommonwealth, the Deakin electorate n primary votes at least-showed leaning towards the Labor candi te.r. F. Williamson, and even now dthough preference votes are expect to favor Mr. Hutchinson) the seat :ill remains doubtful. Taking a line 'rough the latest figures, Williamson ands in need of slightly under half the preferences of Elliott, Coffey. adclyffe and Coles, and, while it ould be a very large percentage with ,ling on the lines of the last two ections, when the Labor-mindedness electors is taken into consideration e 0bstacle may not prove to be an Obstacle at all. Very few gave serious thought to e claims of Mr. Coles (Independent) t ldr. Radclyffe (Ind. U.A.P.), and Spractically certain that these two imdidates will lose their deposits. A rl fate may yet befall Mr. Coffey 5 ( Class Organisation), but this iependent on which candidate is tccessful At Healesville everything was car' eadsthrough smoothly, ther...
EVERY MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943
EVERY MONDAY 10 a.m.-Sundries, Furniture, Tim Iron and Implements. 11.30.-Horses, Harness and Vehil 12.-Suckers, Slips, Stores, So05 12.30.-Poultry. 1 p.m.-Porkers, Baconers and Bi fatters. 1.30.-Vealers, Calves, Milking CC 2 p.m.-Springers, Cows and Stor 2.30.-Fat and Store Shelep. C 3 p.m.-Bulls and Late Sales, and Pigs. 3 p.m.-Fat Bullocks, Cows and C! pers. urniture Sale 2 p.m., Fridays, Furniture S Shopping Stalls, Monda\ and Frid' District Agents Mitchell an d.LI Machinery and Implements. a stocks on nand. Easy terms larran Owing to transport rest:dot''ioks ers and good agistmeont P available at Croydon. For Carriers and Crates, 'peek don 45 early prevous""
Healesville Shire Elections MISS MURTON REPLACES COUNCILLOR BATT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943
Healesville Shire Elections v--- MISS MURTON REPLACES COUNCILLOR BATT. Unfavorable weather prevailed for the Healesville Shire elections on Thursday, but a fairly representative vote was recorded. Ratepayers voted steadily all day, and the election pass ed off quietly and without incident. The returning officer (Cr. H. Hux ham) was assisted by Miss C. Layland and Mr. P. H. Starr, The result was that Miss Murton replaced Cr. Batt, with Crs. Cameron and Barton re-elected. Miss Murton obtained majorities of first preferences at Healesville and Badger Creek. Details of the voting arq as follow: " " a I First Count-total valid ballot papers. 87 158 23 3506 836 Allocation of Barton's preferences .... -- 11 55 16 Allocation of Batt's preferences ...... ... I 32 Allocation of Cameron's preferences ..' 133 25 - 60 First count totals ....... .......... .. .. 268 191 463 Muriel Alice Murray Murton elected.'. For Second Vacancy. First Count-All valid votes excepting first preference of elected ...