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

Kestle Bros. 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard Gardening Time PLANT NOW! NEW SEASON'S NEW ZEALAND CERTIFIED GREEN FEAST PEAS, 9d. Per lb. Fernshaw Road, Healesville (St. Leonard's Road Junction) Healesville Furniture Arcade W. J. AUGER FERNSHAW ROAD EAST END SHOPPIN4 CENTRE MODERN UPHOLSTERER Used Furniture Bought HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN We Quote Quick for Repair Works GET OUR PRICES Beat Workmanship and Materials Guaranteed .wuu .N..................... ... ..N.......................u.............a.,? 4 IFor 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-Ditt Shoeman Nicholson St. Healesville Telephone 163 - ?/I~f... --............ ....... ... ......... ......................N...... FRESH Milk and Creast Delivered early to all parts of the district for everybody's breakfast. : THE IDEAL DAIRY CASTELLA STREET, HEALESVILLE 'Phene 116 We do not keep the best-We Se...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. August 23 and 26. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

Market Report v-----v- - MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. August 2, and 26. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. ten der the following report: Stores.-Values remained firm at fully late rates, 18/- to 58/-. Porkers.-Selling freely, 65/- to, 06/6. Backfatters.-Very good sale at fully late rates, £7 to £16/6/-. We sold drafts A. Davey at" £13/11/-, H. Dobell at £13/9/-, Wallace Bros. £13 1/-, D. Alberts £13/4/-, 'H. Dobell £12 19/-, R. Cassie £13/14/-, R. W. Mai sey £13/6/-, S. 'Affleck £11/19/-, A. .Dawson £11/9/-, etc. Baconers. - Brisk sale. Values )arely equal. " We topped the market. Seven F. and' G." Coleman at £7/4/6, R. J. Chisholm £7/0/6, eight especi ally heavy J. H. Carlisle at £8/5/-, seven same owner at £7/0/6, thirteen Cam. Walenshaw averaging £7/1/6, seven W. Scott at £6/17/6, three R. Cassle at £6/14/6, eight F. Wimpole at'£6/13/6, six J. Henry at £6/10/6, five A. A. Chisholm at £6/4/6, seven F. Hutton at £6/2/6, and many morq. ' Calves.-Shade quieteir. Best to 88/6. We sold'.72. Seven ...

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Healesville Shire Council AUGUST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

tHealesyille Shire Council AUGUST MEETING. Present: Crs. Cameron, Kay, Daw born, Johnston, Mowle, Barton, Hux ham, Murton and Cook. HISTORIC EVENT. Expressing appreciation of the re newal of confidence in him in his re election as president, and assuring the council of his earnest desire to serve and work with all in the inter ests of the shire, Cr. Cameron said the occasion was an historic one, in that it was the first time in the his tory of this shire that a lady had been elected to the council. He felt sure Cr. Murton would give good service, and it would be of value to have a woman's point of view on various questions. He wished Cr. Murton a comffortable and happy term of office. Councillors used "language" occasion ally,' but it was not the language of C. J. Dennia in "The Sentimental Bloke." (Laughter.) Cr. Murton 'voiced thanks for the good wishes extended to her, and felt sure councillors would work amicably together. Every question had various angles, because everyone had ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

BEREAVEMENT THANKS The Family of the late Mrs. Smith, Badger Creek, wish to Thank all rela- tives and friends for floral tributes, telegrams, letters and cards in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment of our deep ap- preciation. Dairy road, Healesville. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER -1, 1943

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

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK r"' SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALEA;VILLE EVERY SATURDI)AY FORTNIGHT L. at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS 1' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th . OCity Address: S ALSTON BUILDINGS ,i 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: eltral 2107 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD 1 CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY L 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 IEALESVILLE ,DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER OLIVE AVENUE, IIEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 ~All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Poulton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE PILLS 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 Correspondence treated Strictly Confidential 165 BOURKE ST., MI$ELB. Cent. 2197 If Out of Sorts Even t...

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Obituary MRS. W. CHERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 4 September 1943

Obituary MRS. W. CHERRY. Two bereavements occurred in Healesville during the past week, the first being that of Mrs. W. Cherry, late of "Grandview," Green street, an old and respected identity, who had been suffering ill health for some years. Mr. and Mrs. Cherry owned Cherry's Hall, in Green street, form- erly used for picture and other enter- tainments. It was burnt down about ten years ago. In former years Mrs. Cherry was a valued worker for the Church of England. She is survived by a son, and daughter (Mrs. Vaugh- an). The funeral was held in Heales- ville cemetery on Saturday, the grave- side service, and a commemorative service in St. John's, being conducted by the Rev. S. J. Muxworthy.

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Women's Land Army WORK AND PLAY ENJOYED BY GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

Women's Land Army WORK AND PLAY ENJOYED BY GIRLS. The splendid work being done on the food front by members of the Australian Women's Land Army is by now one of the many romances of our great national war effort. How ever, it is not by any means all work in the daily life of the girls. As an instance of the lighter side, which is always encouraged by the A.WL..A. headquarters officials and by patriotically minded women help ers, Land Army members who were recently assigned to pruning work in the Mildura vineyards have happy memories. During their ,leisure hours off duty their relaxation and pleasure were as sured by the efforts of the Young Women's Christian Association and local residents. Two river picnics on the tourist ,boat were appreciated to the full. These outings accorded an opportunity for an interchange of ideas regarding the job they were en gaged on, and other work where they liad assisted since becoming members of the Australian Women's Land Army. The slogan of the A.W...

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Faded Suits of Green [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

Faded Suits of Green Private C. J. Morgan. of Lilydale, forwards the following from a battle ariea: I am standing at my window, I can hear the tramp of feet, I can hear the soldiers marching Down the bush road and the street; They are coming into vision, Now they can be plainly seen, That swinging line of figures In their faded suits of green Suits that went into the dye-pots In a hurry, as you know, For the Jap was at our doorstep, A crafty, cruel foe; No time for fuss or finish, Very little lay between Those swarming hordes of Nippon And those faded suits of green! The dye came out in patches Of pale yellow, green and brown; They were fashioned for the jungle, Not for touring round the town; They were not meant for dandies Just to strut in or to preen, They were made for men of action, Streaky, faded suits of green! These were men who went to out posts, To the flies, and dust, and heat, To monotony and boredom, No offensive, no retreat; And they missed the path to glory, With thei...

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Alleged Interference with Police YARRA GLEN LICENSEE CHARGED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

Alleged Interference with Police YARRA GLEN LICENSEE CHARGED. Charged with interfering with the police in the course of their duty, Robert J. Lithgow, licensee of the Grand Hotel, Yarra Glen, was arraign ed before Messrs. Marwick, P.M., and Hochkins, J.P., at the Lilydale court on Friday of last week. In giving his version of the mis demeanor First-constable Ewen said that in company with Constable Tho mas he visited the hotel at Yarra Glen about 9.45 p.m. on July 24. On en tering the hotel they questioned two men, who were asked to explain their reasons for being .on licensed premi ses during prohibited hours. One of them (John David Glen) said he lived at Christmas Hills and had booked a bed for the night. When Glen was asked how far Christmas Hills was from Yarra Glen, Lithgow interjected, "Don't answer that question; don't say anything. . You're not obliged to answer any questions." Witness warned Lithgow not to interfere. The other man, Hector Herbert, was also asked his name a...

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Shire Elections To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

Shire Elections To the Editor. Sir,-I feel it is my duty to the ratepayers of Healesville to explain why Mr. Batt has asked for an inves tigation into the discrepancy in the figures on which the recent poll was declared. We all know, or should know, that municipal elections are governed by a very definite set of laws, which must be strictly adhered to. This was not the case in the shire election, as three candidates were declared elect ed on an incomplete poll. I, as scrutineer for Mr. Batt, know that, through an oversight, the prefer ences 'of the postal votes were not al located, and the final figures were not re-checked with the total number of ballot papers issued; therefore the poll was definintely incomplete. Apart from the fact that a recount or another election may not affect the result, the ratepayers are entitled to a complete and balanced poll, and I am very much surprised to see that it was left to Mr. Batt to have this rectified. I think it was the duty of all concerned...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

Croydon Market Fat cattle, sheep, porkers and poul try competition very keen, and as a result prices were especially good. Milking cows £14, heifers £13, stale £7/12/6; springing cows £16/17/6'; yearling heifers to 95/-; store cows £9/5/-; line of.store heifers £8; fat bullocks, light weight, £14; fat cows £17/10/-; 'fat heifers £16/10/-; beefy cows, in demand,.£18; choppers to £11 5/-; crackers £6/15/-; dairy bulls, good enquiry. Calves.-Meaty .sorts selling well. Large vealers.. £10/12/6 to £14/10/-, small £6/10/= to £9; calves 50/- to 85/-, small 2Q/ -'to 45/ lightweights to 14/-. Pigs.-Porkers and baconers scarce but very dear.} Heavy porkers 8 / to 109/-, medium 68/- to 84/-, light. 50/- to 66/-;.:light baconers. 112/- to 135/-; bacon stores 52/- to 70/-; slips 28/- to 37/-. Sheep.--Always sell well. Two-tooth wethers 31/10?'.fodr-tooth 37/-, full mouth 39/6; six-tooth ewes 30/9, full mouth 28/3;.. lamsb-suckers 28/-, woolly 29/-, plain 16/3 to 23/-; stores -ewes with lambs 20/...

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1943 ITALY'S UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 19-13 ITALY'S UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER. Since September 3, 1939, when Eur ope (soon to be followed by almost the whole world) was plunged into war by deliberate and wanton disre gard of weaker countries and hu:n?n life by the megalomaniac Hitler!st rc gime, no news has been more joyous than that which greeted people who had their radio sets tuned irnto the early morning session on Thursday. Relief was most apparent ii, every home, but not more so than with the announcer, whose salutation was, "Whoopee, Italy has unconditionally surrendered." Thus falls Italy, a country which has always been a liability to its part ners. In 1914-18 Britain and France were given cause for concern over Italy's shortcomings, as obviously Ger' many has been this time. In 1914-18 Italy needed little co-ercion to enter the war,- but on this occasion it was. after much dilly dallying. Then, to wards the middle of 1940. like a wolf seemingly coming in for the kill after the victim had ...

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Wool Shed Dance HELPS COLDSTREAM RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

Wool Shed Dance -*---V--- HELPS COLDSTREAM RED CROSS There is always a touch of origin ality in the efforts of the Coldstream Red Cross branch to raise funds for patriotic purposes, which is always backed up by the co-operation and en thusiasm of every family in the dis trict. Many phenomenal . successes have been achieved, the latest being a wool shed dance at Mr. F. Herman's "Green Point" property. The venue "as the recently reconstructed straw bottle cover factory, which proved an ideal rendezvous for a night's relaxation, Patrons came from all the sur lounding districts, and a happy socia bility prevailed from start to finish. The dance room was gaily decorat ebri tlh greenery and flags, and brightly illuminated with electric light. Rad's dance hand provided a pOPular program, which gave satis faction to modern and old-time dan cers alike. There were competitions ealre, and numerous opportunities to win a big prize for a modest specula tion. Supper was the crowning fea ture of t...

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Precious Stones PART THREE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

Precious Stones .By Robert Eadie, M.B.E. PART THREE. Owing to the many geological dis turbances which have occurred, the tracing of the diamonds back to their original source is not very successful. but it has occurred in several instan ces. I cannot vouch for what has happened elsewhere, for my experi once is confined to South Africa. which is now the hub of the diamond industry. It has produced, and is still producing, the great bulk of the dia monds which are retailed through out the world. Further, the output could be incurred fivefold if the mar Iet could absorb it. Notwithstanding this apparently paradoxical situation, diamonds at the moment have an in creased value over the prices prevail ing during the past few year~n. The real reason for this is that the dis tribution and price is controlled by a powerful corporation known as the "Diamond Buying Corporation." It is an association of huge capital and is dffiliated closely, if not entirely, with the great diamond mines. It is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

OSflJJ7sD' NOTICIS Desirous of Purchauiag or prpesrties in HealeSvilIe and di Districts should oonsult J. DAG BORN eal Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman 'Iinds of Insurance Effected legistrar for Births and Deaths IOLSON ST., IIEALESYILLE ?hone Heales. 42 Every Right Fashion Here you will find the Footwear that is mnot coming and that will appeal to your sense of fairness in pricing. We constantly search for the distinctive styles and discrimating Wv)men may purchase here the most complete and varied col lection of shoes according to the important stile SOUrces. MacDonald's 'SHOE STORE: Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLICITORS Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS IOIUITOR8 and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS ie., S.A., and Tas. SOLLINS ST., MELBOUBRNE ATTEND AT THEIR B ESVILLE OFFICE 04d Bradshaw's'B, dings Betweea the hours of 3. p.. and 6 p.m. EVERY THTURSDAV hesvll Telephones: vaeSle 39 - MU 4360 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday ALSO SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE AT 2....

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Victory Club [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

Monthly euchre party and dance or ganised by' the Healesville Victory Club to aid the Red Cross wvs ,hbld Ain the Memorial Hall on Friday. night of':last week, and proved sudicessfil; 200 'being present. Euchre prizes were won by Mrs. McGrath and 'Mr. J. Preston, booby consolations py Miss D. Hort and Mr. W. Smith, the Monte Carloby 1?4r, a nd Mrs. C. Allen, 'and the spot dance by Miss Peel and Mr. C. McConpnll. A pottery vase raffled during the evening went to Miss C. Layland, the winning number being 47A. Euchre tourneys were conducted by Mr. M. Olney, Mr. I. W. Gardiner was M.C., Mr. R. Cochran was in :the tic ket box, and.Mr, D. Love on the door.. Donations were gratefully received from Mr. .G. Stainton, £1; Mrs, D. Love, 10/-; Mr. C. Desborough,, 2/-:? Mr. J. B. Cook, F5/-; Anonymous, 2/-; Healesville A.L.P,, 4/-; Mr. M. Hod ges, 4/-. Mrs. Stanley handed in tho sum of £4/10/- from the sale of her home-made sweets. The club thanks all who gave ma.: terial for sandwiches and'mnil...

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Merchant Navy To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

Merchant Navy To bhetEditor.: : Sir,-Through your columns I de sire to appeal to citizens of PHeales ville to support the dance to be held in the Melbourne Town Hall (lower floor) next Thursday, by sending a small donation to me, and so' help the efforts of the patrlotic fund to give merchant navy men extra comforts for Christmas. Every day these sea men" risk their lives conveying vital necessities, and in return all we can give them are comforts. Will all who support this function do so?-Yours, etc., RAYMOND S. GROVE. 9 Burwood road, Hawthorn, 6/9/43.. • .,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

r :i " :"..... :::'::' ::::' :E!!!!! BARTOLD' S ::: """""": ............. MILK OF MAGNESIA - That is what \ Mother gives Me and wise mother too, because Milk of Magnesia is ideal for helping to keep children healthy. It assists mtare to keep little stomachs free from dangerous acids, and so aids digestis a sd lim. qnates bilionsneu, etc. BARTOLD'S PHARMACY = Opp. Post Office, HF.LEVII-LEE " - ' Phone 120 (After Hours, Ph." 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress DON'T Take any ELiek of Lees By Firer Protect Your Homes and Furniture By Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney H. Bradshaw Representative for UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE ý Other Classes of Insurance Effected as well . w....... ... ..............•.................................n. ................. ......•...... ..issous... S ................q..... ...... .......... .- ...........................\.. . ...........1.11..** **...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

i[ 'I .III'N... II.N\. III... I III...Y .Y..!Y........Y...Y_.;.?IlI__· · --. .. ... :: :: : ]I I ; _ Kestle Bros. 'Phone Healeaville 22 East End Timber Yard Gardening Time PLANT NOW! NEW SEASON'S NEW ZEALAND C' 'CERTIFIED GREEN FEAST PEAS, 9d. Per lb. Fernshaw Road, HealesviHe (St. Leonard's Road Junction) Healesville r 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 ............. ............................ ................. • i; For Foot Comfort WEAR HEALTH SHOES L In Half Sizes SCIENTIFICALLY MADE BY I DR. ST. JOHN and DR. ELGAN ALSO AVAILABLE Rubber Heels in all sizes A. Harry Blackwood The Up-to-Date Shoeman Nicholson St. Healesville Telephone 163 ., .Y .......... .,... , . ............ w........ .. . .........,... .... Y .. , _: FRESH Milk and Creasn Delivered early to all parts of the t district for everybody's breakfast...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. September 1st and 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 September 1943

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. September 1st and 2nd. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. re port as under on activities 4t the. Mel bourne pig market last weekt:L Stores.-A useful yarding, which sold "readily at late rates, 24/-, to 48/-" . Porkers.-Selling freely, especially heavy weights. : Ours sold frodm'44/6 SClhoppers.--Sold .well at fully late values. -We sold;two 'A. Nash at £14 67 -'and: £12/16/= three A. Razos £14 4/-, £13/11/-':and £12%11/-, two'.Geo. Cribbes a`t £13/14/- and £12/{-, seven Wallace iBros to' £183/;/- (averagnig ~£ll ) ;.two Albert Dlvey at' £113 '?ind £11/10 /-, and. many others:. Baconers.-Demand less keen and values 'eased:insoine cases. We again topped!: the' liarket with four P. J. Hayes at £7/5/- four ,very heavy H. J. Taylor at' £7/14/-, eight A. Razes at:£6/16/, three George Cribbes at £6 ,14/-, three Harbeck and Johinson £6 14/- foiur John Campbell at £6/4/6, five J. Rouse to £6/10/-, three-A. J. Jones_to. £6/17/-, J, W. Dobell at £6 14/-, etc; - C...

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