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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 October 1943

".each direction . .. .lar hihways y.":b; ., }y :":ýi;:'6 v Autra 's"2: Nf.. .N v . . This Faror ?:? ? . . .. ý`i .i.}: . back o' Bqrke, far- :est of New Selemen in Our Fr Inland Areas. ip ·rrun for hundrcds of miles Loft-ord i Ausraias Never-Never This The development of long-range plans for Australia's post-war highway construction-a key stone of decentralisation- revolvas on what action is taken NOW! AUSTRALIA faces an immediate A job, and that is planning for the . post-war period. . No well-informed person can ques tion the fact that a widespread road building programme will represent one of the miajor works after this war. If the emergency had not inter vened, that programme would now be uiider way, foi even the peace time demands in motor transporta tion revealed inadequacies: in our present ihighway system. Already some great projects as part of military needs, such as the Darwin and new East-West roads, have'been rushed to completion. Highway con struction may, perhaps, bec...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How Railway Globes Disappear. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 October 1943

Iiow liai!way G!(ol:.S ,)i)appear. Owing to repleatcd acte of vandal ismn in railway carriages on the Lily da!e line, and annoyance caused pas c:;:'s b-,- noa?y youths, a strict sur 'eillance is being maintained by Rail way officials, so in future these of fenders will have to be more circum spect in their behavior. The first pro secution of this nature was heard at the Lilydale police court on Friday last, before Messrs. F. E. Williams, P.M., and Hochkins, J.P., when a youth named G. Dyson was charged with illegally removing an electric light globe from a railway carriage. Evidence was given by K. E. Fra ser, driver of the 7.15 p.m. train from Melbourne, who stated that while supervising the train on arrival at Lilydale he saw defendant remove a globe and put it in his pocket. When asked his reason for doing so, he re plied, "Aren't we allowed to touch the lights?" ' Witness then took his name and address, and reported the inci dent. Defendant was not a railway employe, and was ove...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 October 1943

! EIIIIIIn1IP n illEII>6818iin U U _ :e BARTOLD'S - .::.::':: MILK OF MAGNESIA I That is what 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 acids, and so aids digestion and elim. hates biliousness, etc. ]ny a large boul from K BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Opp. Post Office, HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress ý...... ""....... .. .. ... --.. DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Firet i Protect Your Homes and Furniture Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Spttlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney II. Bradshaw Representative for UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE Other Classes of Insurance Effected as well Public Notice ALEX CHRISTIE STILL SELLS THE BEST QUALITY MEAT AT' THE LOWEST PRAICES! OUR VALUE and PRICES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ANYWHERE All Stock is killed locally, at our Abattoirs, which are of the mo...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Common Action for Common Good. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

Common Action for Common Good. * A reminder has come from a church leader of the importance of ."combined operations" In planning the world after the war. He explain ed that this should consist of close co-operation between statesmen, scien tists and -economists, and the vast army of workers and the Christian leaders of the land. This is a happy simile, signifying a vigorous attack leading to the scaling of the heights; for we shall never win a lasting peace without the-lofty idealism that subordinates self to achieve the com mon good. In this campaign parents can play a vitally important part by honoring their obligations and privi leges. And, as this leader insists, let their guidance be of a positive, joyous teaching, rather than a series of grim prohibitions.

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[?]rial Transport of the Future FANTASTIC FORECAST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

a Transport of the Future o developments in aerial ei for Australia are predicted perts ost war aviation opens ercityll dwellers as well as for r in remote country areas ing ossibilities of a new and and nd e experienced in civil life. no reason why residents ise for instance, could not Jlaleek-end trip to Cairns in v'- of winter, leaving Melbourne depthnight and returning home frida on Monday, all on i;e f 3d. a mile: why mail post mto ? _.? at the local post office not be delivered it any other ia not in the Commonwealth by al cityer that moning and why olt of er perishable and urgent na h~tould not be transported over by freight and mail planes ope independently of passenger ig airliners. the case of a flight from Mel t? to Perth feeder services of the e will be like those of the motor eof pre-war years. it the sense of isolation ban ,air liners may even play a big in building up our population, ring to some extent the balance 0 lacking, between urban and rtry centres. There woul...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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EVERY MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

EVERY MONDAY' 0.30 a.m.--Sundries, Furniture, T ber, Iron. and Imnplements. 11.30.-Horses, Harness and Vehlt 12.-Suckers, Slips, Stores, SoWs. 12 noon.-Poultry. 1 p.m.-Porkers, Baconers and Ba fatters. Co 1.30.-Vealers, Calves, Milking 2 p.m.--Springers, Cows and store 2.30.-Fat and Store Sheep. 3 p.m.-Eulls and Late Sales, C and Pigs. 3 p.m.- Fat Eu:locks, Cows and C5 pers. Sales. 2 p.m., Fridays, Furniture rid Shopping Stalls, Monday and Fridal District Agents Mitchell and Co. Far Machinery and Implemen s. stocks on hand. Easy term~ ns drr Owing to transport restrictions ers and good agistment paddocks a available at Croydon. For Carriers and Crates, pbone Cr. don 45 early previous week.

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Problem in Equation. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

Problem in Equation. An interesting experiment of at tempting to fit over 100 ticket holders into about 70 reserved seats is to be tried here within the next few nights by the sponsors of a certain associa tion. . The puzzle--or the solving of it --hould be as good as any picture. Ts it true that, to settle all arguments, one well known gentleman is going to stand in the foyer with a bagful of money, ready to make refunds? Per haps while the bag is open and he has the money ready he will lay the odds on the Melbourne Cup. Why not? Its all for a good cause, Dad! Palais Dance. Dancers were well catered for in the Palais last Saturday night, when bush foliage decorated the stage and hall for the second weekly dance ses sion he:d under the auspices of the Terminus Hotel. Music was supplied by Basil Smith's four-piece Melbourne band, with Mr. Gardiner M.C. Mr. and Mrs. Boast won the Monte Carlo, and a visiting couple the spot dance. Patrons are asked to read the adver tisement in this is...

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Bush Fire Protection MODERN METHODS DEMONSTRATED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

ash Fire Protection ~---9- MODERN METHODS DEMON STRATED. A fairly large assembly-of interest people, representirig the greater rt of the shire, was present at the arra Junction recreation reserve last nday afternoon, when demonstra nns were given by officials of the orestry Commission of three types of e engines now in use by the corn issin for dealing with forest fires. The object of the display was to ouse greater interest in the safe arding of private property in rela n to hush fires, and to stimulate the formation of additional bush fire brigades in the district. The engines were fully explained by Mr. Lawrence, fire protection officer of the Forests Cnimmission, who mer, tioned that in 1939, at the time of the last great fires, there was no power pumping equipment in the State. For the test water was drawn from the Little Yarra River, and a 1I-inch hose laid to the oval, where it branch ed in three directions. The first de monstration was with an Australian made 3 h.p. portable...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

gIstosr. NOTICES Desirous of purchasing or propelties in Healesvillo and di?' Districts should consult J. DAYlBORN al Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman I?inds of Insurance Effected Re?istrar for Births and Deaths IOLSON ST., HEA.LESVILLE 'Phone Heales. 42 Every Right Fashion Here you will find the Footwear that is mqst be. coming and that will appeal to your sense of 'fairness in pricing. We' constantly search for the distinctive styles and discrimating vVo)men may purchase here the most complete and varied col lection of shoes according to the important style sources. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St.. HEALESVILLE. O8LICITOBO Mullett & Langford SOLICITORS IOLICITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. 115 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR HEALESVILLE OFFICE Piereo and 'radshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3- p.m. and 6 p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: alesville 39 M.U 4360 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday GLORIA WARREN, FAY FRAN...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

Croydon Market Milking cows, medium quality, sold to £14/10/-: helfers £12/15/-, stale to £8; springing cows £13; springing -heifers- £11/7/, ;2 yearling .,helfrs, to £6/5/-; store cows £8; store helfes' £7/10/-; beefy cows £16; choppers £8 to £11'; crackers to £7, fat bullocks, light weight, £17/2/6; fat cows £18 15/-; fat heifers £17. Calves.-Values high. Large veal-, ers £12 to £16, small £9 to £12; calves £4 to £8, small 30/- to 80/-, light weights to 20/-. Pigs.-In keen demand.;' Heavy porkers 85/- to 110/-, mediumii 75/ to 85/-, light 50/- to 70/-; baconers. to £7/6/-; backfatters £9;: chopping sows £5/2/6; bacon stores 60/- ~to 90/';; slips 40/- to 55/-; suckers? 15/ to 36/-. Sheep.--Demand for quality. :Folr tooth wethers 29/3; full mouth ewes 24/6; lambs-suckers 25/9, woolly 29/-; store wethers 13/6 rams 17/-; pet lambs 21/-; .Poultry.- Competition keenif; 'and prices high.. Cockerels 26/3,. drake lings 27/9, colored -:hens 23/10;,:cock chicks 15/9 to 23/6, stags to 13/6, c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

::: "......-- BARTOL D'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 nature to keep little stomachs free from dangerous acids, and so aids digestion and elim. Imtes biliousness, etc. ay a lare boule from BARTOLD'S PHARMACY SOpp. Post Office, HEALESVILLE Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 2). MISS McDONALD, Manageress DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Firet 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 UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE Other Classes of Insurance Effected as well 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 O...

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Lilydale School Sports TATE PRE-EMINENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

Lilydale School Sports TATE PRE-EMINENT. * Tate House showed pre-eminence in sport for the third year in succes sion when the inter-house sports of the Lilydale Higher Elementary School were conducted on the Lily dale oval on Friday last. The weather was especially suitable foi outdoor sports, but neither this nor the fact that the young 'people would be seen at the heighe of eager ness in an endeavor to outstrip op ponents attracted anything more than a few onlookers. In establishing its third successive win Tate created a record which will take rather a lot of effort on the part of competitors of other houses to erase. Individually or as a team the Tate members were almost invincible. They carried off many individual events, three out of four relay races, and the same ratio in four team games which were decided. The outstanding performers for the c:ay were H. Mason I Tate), who an nexed the senior boys' championship; Joan Povall (Tate), senior girl cham pion; and Dorothy Tindale (...

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Market Report [?] PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

Market Report PIG MARKET. Things sy among baconers ig nl,.lket, while all s were very satisfactory, as the following repo t of Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. indicates: Stores.-A steady demand for all descriptions at late values, slips and suckers i; '- to 26/-, stores 28/- to Porkers.-Enquiry much the same, with values a shade quieter for hear iest, 60o/- to 95/6. Backfatters.-Still selling well, es pecially lean, long, heavy sows. We sold some "bottlers," including drafts B. Shaw at £17/11/-, D. Griffin £16 19/-, E. Crane £15/1/-, G. Povall £14 19/-. A. A. Chisholm £14/14/-, Mrs. Proll £ 14/14/- and £1:!/19/-, H. Parry at £14/4/-, R. J. Chisholm at £14/1/-, two R. T. Redenbach at £12/6/-, and many "mawer." Baconers.-We opened the ball with a beautiful haul, including the following unbeatables:-Seven John Campbell at £7/16/6, three P. J. Hayes at £7/13/-, seven A. A. Chis holm at £7/S/6. three D. Parry at £7/11/-, four Holloway Bros. at £7 8, 6, five C. McDonald at £7/7/6, Mrs. Tayl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK ( SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HEALE.VILLE EVERY SATURI)DAY FORTNIGHT at the IMAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16th I SATURDAY, OCTOBER :10th ( SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13th SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27th SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11th City Address: ' ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 - Healesville 151 MR..FRANK H. COOK L. SURGEON-DENTIST S 21 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.rn. 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, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Pouton SPECIAL BONJEAN FEMALE SPILLS 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...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

IN MEMORIAM STANLEY.--A tribute to the memory of Mrs. C. J. Stanley. Forever in our hearts -Inserted by members of the Heales- ville Victory Club. DEATH NOTICE STANLEY.-On October 9th, at her residence, Healesville, Sarah, loving wife of Charles Joseph; loving mother of Reg., Ivy (Mrs. N. Reed), Basil and Geoffrey; grandmother of Ivy (Mrs. J. Kuring), Peg, Charles, Jhil, Raymond, Lorraine, Trevor, Geoffrey; great-grandmother of Les- ley Kuring; aged 76 years. The day Thou gavest, Lord, has ended. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1943

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

*1/ !·~ ·! -: :': ' :4 j ;Yý f Ar'"ý .ý n: '"%r >>:7,-;"b:ý:! ·.: .' .":E .ý.. .::::: ·'.i·.·: · :C ::.: :: ·u i( a ý • ~ ~ ~ ~ : ? ? i ::?·: ?iii The ciew of the giaint La?i caste:" bomber, v.hich is touring the castein States in support of the, £125,000,000 Fouith Liberty Lo an campaign, aie provinig very effective loan propagandists. Froni left to light: Sergeant Claude Spencer .Sergeant Neale; Pilot-Off icr "Dec" Page; Pilot-Officer Don Delaney lightLieutenant Pete Isacsor , DFC AFC DFM FlightLieutenant Bob Nel.. Soi, D .F.C . Pilot-Officer Bill Copley, D .F.M . Pilot-Officer Joe Gro~e. ii`Ai The cr~ew of the giant: Lanr caster homher. wh. ~ich is tour~ing the easter'n States in S-upportt of the, 11 5,0001,000 Fourth Liberty Lo an campaign, ar~e pr~oving very effective loan propagandists. From left to right:-Sergeant Claude Spencer; -Sergeant Neale; Pilot-Officer- "Doe"' Page; Pilot-Officer Don Delaney; Flight-Lieutenant -Peter Isaacson, D.F.C., A.FC., D.F.M.;: Flight-Lieu...

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Early Healesville To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

Early Healesvill To the Editor. Sir,-Re the interesting arti Nyora in the "Guardian," I wou to point out that the writer is a common error in describing as situated on MIt. Toole-be-wo The three mountains sou Healesville all had native nam? the one nearest Coranderrk, on Mr. Robarts built Nyora, is hit. be-wong. After crossing the Creek you come to hit. Toole-be now known as Ben Cairn, and uing on over the next sadd! come to Mt. Donne-bu-ang. Mr. Green, the founder of derrk, selected land running frc Badger Creek up the side c Tonne-he-wong, and we always it Tonne-be-wong paddock. Your readers may be interest know the names of the early c 5f the land along Don road-a then only on the map. Mr.h. owned from Fernshaw road Graceburn; Mr. Brough Smythe the Graceburn to the Badger, a corner on the Badger owned . Tom Harris; then AMr. Green, the Badger for about a mile ua Tonne-be-wong. Each of these propertids contained a hop gard On the west side of Don roa Jack Wilson owned from Ferr ro...

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Into The Sunset LAMENTED PASSING OF MRS. C. J. STANLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

Into The Sunset ,LAMENTED PASSING OF MRS. C. J. STANLEY. After a short illness, Mrs. Sarah Stanley, wife of Mr. C. J. Stanley, passed away in her residence, Symons street, Healesville, last Saturday, caus ing expressions of deep regret right throughout the district in which she had been a highly esteemed resident for 45 years. Mrs. Stanley, aged 75, was one of Healesville's kindest and most charit able ladies, always anxious to aid any effort to promote public or private welfare. Many there are who' have cause to remember her innumerable acts of kindness. She was a devoted worker for the Church of England and for various patriotic appeals. He:' s1:lendid services to the Victory Club will be greatly missed, as for each of the club's socials to aid the Red Cross Mrs. Stanley donated her choice home made sweets, the sale of which mater ially helped receipts. Mrs. Stanley is survived by her hus band--Mr. Stanley of the Mechanics' Institute :and for many years in the grocery business her...

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Will It Bust The Country? Famous Canadian Economist. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 October 1943

Will It Bust The Country ? By Stephen. Leacock, famous GCanadr'h ` Economist. ;-,. (Although written for Canadians, the. war time sentiments Dr.. Leacock has woven into his infectious humor are directly applicable to Australia's present Fourth Liberty Loan cam paign.) Got a rather bad: jolt about the loan yesterday evening. I was afraid I should have to wire the Finance Min ister to have it called off. The,rea son was that I learfned, on what seem ed the best autho rty, that if we did not call it off it wiuld bust the coun try. '. Yes, that's wha the old feller said, in my hearing, il the barber's chair right here ih myihme town of Mari posa-"but the country." I was sit ting there in the ?barber's shop wait ing my turn-or,1 vell, I won't say "waiting my turnl .but waiting till I had, in fairness,-, o accept my turn. You see, here in';Mariposa its not like' in the city. The :arber's shop-I al ways go to Jeff d--is a comfortable place to sit in, w'th as good conver sation and as, mich...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 October 1943

Croydon Market -4-- All classes of stock still hold good demand, at attractive prices. Mill:ing cows £14/1-./-, heifers £12 S-: stale, £S:; springing cows £1i: yearling heifers to £5, 15/'-: store cows i'/5/-: store heifers £7/15/-; beefy cows £16/10/-; choppers £S/10/ to £ '1 ,lo/-; crackers to £7/10/-; light weight bullocks £17/2/*;: fat cows £1S -: fat heifers £17. Calves.-Competition keen. Large realers £10/10/- to f15-, small £S/10/ to £10; calves 50/- to 110/-, small 25/ to 45/-, light weights to 20/-. Pigs.- Selling splendidly. Heavy porkers $4/- to 102/-, medium 72/ to sO,-, light 50/- to 7;I/-; light bacon ers £7/16/-; backfatters £8/10/-; chopping sows £6/11/-; bacon stores 55/- to S5/-; slips 35/- to 50/-; suck ers to 36/6. Sheep.-Good quality in demand. Four-tooth wethers 25/-; full mouth ewes 27/3; lamb suckers 23/3, woolly 24/6; store wethers 13/0; rams 16/-; pet lambs 20/-. Poultry.-Competition keen, prices high. Cockerels 25/-, draklings 26/6, colored hens 23/8, cock...

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