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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943

8USINI'Sr" NOTICES Desirous of Purchasing or p?roperties in Healesville and ,ding Districts should consult J. DA,, BORN eal Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman Kinds of Insurance Effected Ite-istrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE ,phone Heales. 42 iii Every Right Fashion Here you will find the i Footwear that is most be coming and that will appeal to your sense of fairness in pricing. We constantly search for the distinctive styles and dicrimating Ww)men may purchase here the most complete and varied col ction of shoes according the important style urces. MUcDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., IHEALESVIL.E. 80LIGITOR8 ullett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS and COM2MISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. COINS ., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR SBEALDSVILLE OFFICE and Brad 'haw's Buildings Btween the Ih irs of 3 p.m. and '" .m. EYlRY i. ITRSDAY Telr "hones: rd 31 -MU 4360 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday WILLIAM POWELL and HEDY LEMARR in "CROSSROADS...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET August 18 and 19. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943

Market Report v.... - M-ELBOURNE PIG MARKET., August 18 and 19. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. re port as follows: Stores.-In steady request at fully late rates.' Light 12/- to 46/-, medi um IS4/- to 56/-, heavy 59/- to 76/-, extra higher. Porkers.-Keen enquiry and values high. Light 42/- to 55/-. medium 56/ to 70/-, heavy 71/- to SC/-, extra to £5/2/6. Backfatters.-Volues still holding at late high rates, prices £S/10/- to f16 6/-. We had mostly medium weights, including drafts R. Andrews £11/9/-, W. Cullen £11/1/-, J. Meagher at £10 1/-, F. Cocking £10, H. Purdue £9 14 /-, etc. E.coners.-All heavy descriptions rl]d freely. We sold two J. Fitzger rld at £7/19/-, four J. Uren averag ing £7/10/-, two S. Starkie to' £7/19/-, seven Jas. Cobain at £7/S/6, eight N. T. Lewis at £G/17/6 and six at £6 14/6 and eight at £6/10/6, four Mrs. M. Ryan at £6/9/6, fourteen A. Razos to £6/15/6, four John Campbell at 16/5/G, and many £4/17/6 to 1 6/4/6. Calves.- Heavier supply. Light calves cheap, 2/-...

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Better Education Campaign TOTAL EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943

Better Education Campaign -V TOTAL EDUCATION By Walter Murdoch. 'Men must learn to earn a living, to be good member:; of a society, to understand the meaning of the phrase 'the good life': andi education must help them to achieve these three ends. It must do this not for a limited class, but for every citizen, though it will do it in different ways for different peo ple."-Sir Richard Livingstone. It was some years ago that H. G. Wells said the woirl was engaged in a race between education and catas trophe. It is needliss to sadden our selves by rememtbering how easily catastrophe won the race. I suppose you will agree that the war would not have happened to an educated world: if we had hid a better educa tion, and had it in time, we would be at peace to-day. fut before you ac cept that glib statement you ought to be sure of what it means. I propose to you this question: What sort of education would have averted catas trophe? My own answer is short and simple. The catastrophe that ha...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943

Croydon Market Monday's was a great sale for alli classes of cattle, pigs, sheep and poul try. Milking cows (medium quality) £13 10/-, heifers £13, stale £7/5/-: spring ing cows £11; yearling heifers 70/- to p6/-: store cows £7; fat cows £1612/6;, fat heifers .£13/7/6; beefy' cws (1i demand) to £13/5/-; choppers £6 to £10/10/-; crackers to £5/101-: dairy bulls. (small) to £11. Calves.- Large vealers £13/7/6, small £5/15/- to £8/1/-; - calves. 40/ to SO/-, small 20/- to 35/-, light weights to 16/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 88/6 to 101/-, medium 72/- to 84/-, light 48/- to 67/-; light baconers 121/-, bacon stores. 40/- to 72/-; slips .2/- to 31/-; suckers 11/- to 20/-. Sheep.-Two-tooth wether 33/-, six tooth 30/-, full mouth 33/6; full mouth ewes 25/6; lambs--suckers .. 33/-, woolly 30/-, plain 20/-.to '26/-; stores -wethers 20/6, lambs 11/3, crackers 10/- to 15/i. rams 0/3. to 30/6. Poultry-Cockerels 23/6; dirakelings 21/9, colored hens 25/3, stags 16/6, chickens 19/6, chicks 1/7 to 3/-, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943

W*U fluBR6d2.,R-ED?lSH t,,Bl3 EEUIIEfl i That is what -i~' Mother gives Me and wise mother too, because Milk of Magnesia is ideal for helping to keep children healthy. It assists nature to keep little stomachs free from dangerous +r~n. acids, and so aids digestion and elim inates biliousness, etc. 1 Ba a larsge bottle from BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Office, HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress . "........ ..... ....................... ..... .. ............ ",, ........... . . 1 DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Firet Protect Your Homes and I Furniture By Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney II. Bradshaw Representative for UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE S ' Other Classes of Insurance Effected as well S.................................. ................. ..r ll" in"....l"..ll.."..l... . l...l ... . ...11, i e, .,l.ll i ii.. .... .................

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943

Kestle Bros. 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard Gardening Time YATES' FLOWER AND FERTILIZERS-LARGE VEGETABLE SEEDS OR SMALL QUANTITIES LIME-1-Cwt. BAGS, 4/- EACH Fernshaw Road, Healesvill'e (St, Leonard's Road Junction) ............................... . ............................................... ................ Healesville Furniturre Arca e. W. J. AUGER FERNSHAIV 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 " . ...... . ........................................................... ...... .»N.-" "ý For Foot Comfort WEAR HEALTH SHOES In Half Sizes SCIENTIFICALLY MADE BY DR. ST. TJOHN and DR. ELGAN ALSO AVAILABLE Rubber Heels in all sizes A. Harry Blackwood The Up-to-Date Shoernan Nicholson St. Healesville Telephone 108 3i l-ai

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943

BIRTH NOTICE HEATH (nee Sheppard),.-On August 20th, in St. Vincent's Hospital, Mel- bourne, Myrtle, wife of Bombardier Allen Heath, A.I.F., twin sons, John Leslie and Allen Geoffrey (John and Geoffrey).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943

DENTISTS MR; H: STOCK F SURGEON-ilE.'TIST' VISITS IE ALE'!.;VI LLE EVERY SATUI:UAY 1'ORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAII TEA ROOMS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th SATURDAY, SEPTEIMBER 18th' City Address: ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Nentrai 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY "4 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment AT BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINEgS NOTICES WHEN YOU WANT GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY, TO ANY PART,OF THE IIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone. 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write •F M. Poultbha SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS. FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES SAFE AND EFFECTIVE Price, 5/- Box Extr': Special, 10/- per Box Write for Free Catalogue. Men and Women will find it of great interest All Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 165 LOU"KE ST., MELB. Cent. 2197 if Out Of Sorts Even those ...

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Precious Stones [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943

Precious Stones By Robert Eadie, M.B.E. In presenting a few particulars re garding precious stones, with special reference 'to diamonds, it might be appreciated if I do not begin at the beginning. A short account of precl ous stones which are held in. differ ent parts of the world, and more par ticularly with regard to those 'held in India, might give a background to that which will follow. Further on the writer will *discuss the origin, re covery and treatment of the diamond. For ages past the wealth of India ihas been proverbial. Warring powers of Asia have for centuries lost no op portunity of swooping down on that State and seizing everything which appeared to be of value. In spite of the huge amount of loot taken by the different invaders, a great part of the accumulated wealth, extending over many centuries, is still in the posses sion of princes, museums, temples and wealthy potentate.. No real attempt has ever been made to compile a history dealing withthe great jewels held ...

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Busy Baby McVea. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 August 1943

Busy Baby MeVea. Festivities at "The Wattles, Healesville     next Saturday, September           Baby Grier McVea in the hospital   kiddie contest, include a jumble in the afternoon for which donations   are solicited, and a euchre dance at night, with good Prizes. Baby Coates' Candidature. To aid Baby Beverley Coate is hospital child competition, ae. and dance will be held in St. J? Hall, Healesville, next Saturday September 4. Monte Carlos and bright novelties will be enjoyed On HIoliday. Mrs. Macdonald, hoot store. :, son street, has been sufferin. health of late, and, acting on ni advice, has closed her store tentp ily to enjoy a recuperative rest left this week to spend a s5o0: day at the seaside. United Prayer Service. Responding to the King's re for ae special prayer day throut the Empire, ministers and layn:i the Healesville churches will .c combined prayer se...

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Precious Stones PART TWO. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

Precious Stones -V I, Robert E .die. M.B.E. PAR'I TWO. . n! of the info:: ration in part one. at::d Inuch more of an illuminating char:acter can he o'btained by a per ucal of the various publications which make a specialty of giving this kind of information. The amount of treasure, as repre sented by gems, and that by different countries and by certain individuals, must be of astronomical proportions. In passing. it might he recorded that America alone holds five billion pounds' worth of gold, which has a total weight of twenty-three thousand pounds. The U.S.A.. in addition, has four times as much silver as gold. Large as these figures are, they only represent a fractional value of the treasures hidden away in various vaults throughout the world. When I began to write, I only in tended to refer to diamonds, but I have drifted into the domain of other treasures. However, from now on I will confine myself exclusively to that gem. The diamond is a carbon, and re lated to its more utili...

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Appeal to Vegetable Growers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

Appeal to Vegetable Growers. With a target set at -106,0o0 acres, vegetable plantings this year will be an all-time record. So that the Com monwealth Food Controller shall know what progress is being made towards attaining this goal, it is es sential that growers who have not yet completed their vegetable growers' return should do so at once and send the completed form to the Govern mcnt statistician in the capital city of their State. Of 60.000 forms sent to growers in all States, 50,000 have so far been returned. The remaining 10,000 are urgently required, as the survey will be of small value unless it is complete.

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MR. F. HUNTER. MR. F. HUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

MIR. F. HUNTER. On Sunday night Mr. Frederick (Fred) Hunter passed away at his home in Healesville. The news came as a shock to all who knew him, he being an active, robust man. He was employed' in timber loading operations at the railway station. He contract ed a severe chill while working in the rain, double pneumonia superven ed and soon after this he passed peacefully away. Mr. Hunter is sur vived by his widow and family of 12. In his heydey he was known through out the length and breadth of the dis trict as an accomplished Healesville footballer. The interment took place in the new Melbourne cemetery at Fawliner on Tuesday, leaving his son's residence, Castella street, in the morn ing. Both funerals were conducted by Mr. F. Heritage. Sincere sympathy is extended to the bereaved.

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Kiddie Contes[?] BABY McVEA'S GALA N[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

Kiddie Contes ..---.--?.___ BABY MCVEA'S GALA N A candidate in the bush .hospital kiddie contest, Ba McVea, of Myer's Creek tre friends and supporters to a g in the Memorial Hall on Mlon ceedings took the form of a c fancy dress ball, followed b1 and dancing for adults. The ance was well over the III m the function was very success Grior's mother officiated as and Mr. V. Batt as doorman. W. Gardiner was M.C., and was conducted by Mr. A. l 1 Music was supplied by a M - orchestra-Tom Gatt's dance Included among the childr tumes werc:-Glcnis Lade, fa' cen Townsend, silver bell: i- McConnell, flower girl; Pam 11 an, queen of hearts: Peter - dian; Beverley .McConnell, s maid; Melva Townsend, Joh Fred Gibbs, bag of potatoes; ret Dennery, lucky lady; Maur lins, doll; Pat Gardiner, H Leola French, bedtime; Clair c gipsy; Bob Paul, golliwog; Paul, Dutch girl; Don Paul, 2nd A.I.F.; Lynette Goninon, t boy; Ern Tyers, swagman; J e binson, Indian; Elizabeth nurse; Mary Gibbs, snow girl; French, ...

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Disputed Poll at Healesville [?]ERMATH OF SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

Disputed Poll at Ilealesvle H VS. HIRE ELEC , -. TIONS. of disc ies in connec .e of del?C sville Shire elec Ch Chee bcalme known soon .t weola as declared, and re tP e Pdefeated candidate (ex in the. for a re-count. .t aske subject, from the re ttt officer (Cr. lHuxham) is ap 4 sulbmitted the problem gitshan clelr of courts at .Kew, ' nis ap. olice magis 3djud ica tia u . 3 tt denands an investigation Slection, and either a re-count ew ballot. t?lee new councillors elected, e the shire president (Cr. iare of opinion that the dis c will not materially alter Jcidates' placings in the poll. cesie is causing district wide in and is said to be unique in the of nunicipal contests. Miss C. td (assistant shire secretary) yr p. H. Starr (secretary of the branch of the Labor Party) as Cr. Huxhamn on polling day. Mr. ipresident of the Healesville i R.S.SA.I.L.A.) was scrutineer e.Cr. Batt, and Mr. L. J. Adam ated for Miss Murton. incorrect press statement was effect that "the total number t pr...

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RETURNING OFFICER'S STATEMENT. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

ETURNING OFFICER'S STATE MENT. To the Editor. Sir,-With your permission I would e, through your columns, to pen a words to the ratepayers of the Surely the elections on Thursday, gust 26, were the most eventful er held in Healesville, for the fol ng reasons:-The election of the ,t lady councillor to the Healesville uncil, and, secondly, the discrepancy the figures. I don't believe for one oment that anyone in Healesville uld hold the thought that the heavy lain had been at work. If so, I ould suggest that they have a chat the two scrutineers who watched ery ballot paper emptied out of its _ or envelope, and who helped to eck and re-check the ballot papers II every one was accounted for. As returning officer, I am respon hie for the mistake, and am exceed gly sorry if anyone has been incon sienced. I have one consolation ere's many a better man than I am ho has made a mistake or two in his me. However, when one knows the true is of the case (as I do), it will be n that the mistake is...

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Tribute To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

-------------- Tribute ---*--- To the Editor. Sir,-The death of Mr. Fred Hun er at his home on August 29 has thsed a widespread sense of loss tbhoughot this community. The lealesville Timber Carters' Associa tin desires to express its. respect for Fred. with whom we have worked in Pen friendship and harmony for over hree years. At all times he carried iUt the maxim of loving his fellow en, and had the sure knowledge that he was liked and respected wherever heg oved. We are the richer by -hav Palgknonwn, and the poorer by the Yassg o, one of nature's gentlemen. -yours, etc., L. R. McKENZIE, President, lW. SIMPSON, Secretary. ealesville, 2/9/43.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

Dsirous of urchasing or properties in Healesville and dig Districts should consult J. DAWBORN al Estate and Business Agent rpperty .Salesman inds of Insurance :gfected Segistrar for BIrILaL. OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLE . Phone Heales. 42 Every Right Fashion Here you will find the Footwear that is most be coming and that will appeal to your sense qf fairness in pricing. We constantly search for the distinctive styles and discrimating v?')men may purchase here the most complete and varied col lection of shoes according to the important style sources. MacDonaId's SHOE STORE Nicholson' St.. HEALESVILLE. 8OLIOITORS ullett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS oI., S.A., and Tas. I4 COLLLp"S ST., MELBOURNE ATTEMI.D AT THEIRP EAF. ,'ILLE OFFICE eand Bradshaw's Buildings Betweea the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERy '7H~'RUSDAY eal8v0llh Telebjnones: l39 MTý 4860 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday ABBOTT,and COSTELLO in "RIDE 'EM, COWBOY!" "RIDE 'EM, COWBOY!...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

1 *...EhEEMhMhUE~BHlEfIlEUEESHMUMME :..... .I.. lUl .BARTOL .D'S S:::::::::::::: MILK OF MAGNESIA I ..................... MILK F NS A : l f That is what SMother gives Me and wise mother too, because Milk of Magnesia is ideal for helping to keep children healthy. It assiss nature to keep little stomachs free from dangerous * acids, and so aids digestion and elim. inates bilioauness, etc. vay lar 1z boule from BARTOLD'S PHARMACY . Opp. Post Office, HrEAL?sVILLE SPhone 120 (After Hours, Irh.e 2). " MISS McDONALD, Managereis ........................ ... DON'T Take any Risk of Lom By Irref Protect Yowr Homes and Furniture By Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlement, with Full Compensation SAssPued, by Insuring with ' Sydney H. fraddsaw Representative for UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., Ap?iELOURNE . Other Classes of Insurance Effected as well ......................... ................... ............... . . l............. . ........... . .. ............

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Dance For Baby Fleay. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

Dance For Baby Fleay. An old-tinie dance to aid Baby Ste phen Fleay in the hospital kiddie con test takes place in Badger Creek Hall next Tuesday night, September 7. Sup per will be provided. McConnell's cars available from Healesville. Smiling Baby Smith. BabW Ken Smith treats his support Sers to a card and dance social in the Memorial Hall next Monday,, right, to augment his hospital kiddie con test receipts. Monte Carlos, spot dances and other novelties will be featured. Cute Baby Coates. Baby Beverly Coates welcomes all to a euchre. and dance in St. John's Hall to-night, to aid her candidature in the hospital kiddie contest. Beverly has good prizes for disposal, and the 2/- admission includes a tasty supper. Trout Season Opens. A party of four Healesville anglers marked the opening of the trout sea son by grassing ten fish. The largest was a fine specimen of Loch Leven trout weighing 4 lbs. 1 oz., landed by Mr. P. Jury. Baby Thomas On Tour. Baby Ruth Thomas is covering the elect...

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