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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 6 November 1943

DEATH NOTICE MAPLEY.-On 25th October, 1943, at Lachlan, Tasmania, Julia, dearly beloved mother of Ellis, mother-in- law of May, and dear grandma of Angel, Byron, Cliff, Max, Kerry and Shirley: great-grandma of De- nise Olsen; aged 74. God be with you till we meet again. -Inserted by M. Mapley, "Rancho Lodge," Badger road, Healesville. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annual subscription,, 10/-; post frco to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, NOVEIMBER 6, 19431:

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

Croydon Market -_.__----? Poultry, pigs and calves sold espec ially well last Monday. although fat cattle and sheep were a hit easier. Milking cows bh:ought £ 12/5/-. heif ers £0l/lI /-; springing heifers £10 15/-: yearling heifers SO/- to £6/5/-; store cows £;/111,/- to £0/I 0/-; spring ing £9/10/-: fat bullocks, light weight, £1:;: fat cows £12/10/-: heifers £11 15/-: beefy cows £10/10/-; choppers £i; to £s/10/-; crackers £5/1,0/-; dairy hulls £7/10/-. Calves.-In great demand. Large vealers £9/10/- to £12/2/6, small 12 ,/- to 17u/-; calves 50/- to 90/-, small 2_ - to I5/-, light weights to Pigs.-Not sufficient for demand. Heavy porkers S4/- to 9?/-, mediumI 75/- to s5/-, light to 70/-; light hbac oners ft/14/-; backfatters £7/7/6: chopping sows 90/-; bacon stores 50/ to 80/-; slips 30/- to 16/-; suckers Poultry.-In great demand. Cock erels 28/1, draklings 29/-, colored hens 24/9, cock chicks 15/6 to 23/-, stags 11/6, chickens 7/6 to 14 /3, chicks 3/- to 7/6, pullets 12/- to 19/6, ...

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Zimbabwi Ruins [?]ERT EADIE M.B.E. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

Zimbabwi Ruinas ? -'--?-? i?v------,. .. "ERT EA1IaIE. M.B.E. I wi is the site of the (4 -" - It l ins -et discov:ered in : tuc:ked away in the great, illimitable veld, t ?i. by innumerable granite ,o c; :nd shut off, as it were. from th,' noise and tumuli of the outside world by ranges of I lugged. misty-blue .,ntains. Picture: qlue, romantic, p.aoudly she stands in the full blaze of the African sun, and zealously is hlr secret guarded by the spirit of the ages. The surrounding scenery is impressively grand and romantic. Rugged hills of fantastic shape. long lines of tall cliffs, gorges and caves, a. ihe Iiic. polii:i tnl features. The district is well watered in all seasons of the year. Near to what is known as the Temple is a ptiennial flow of excellent and abundant water. Hlere, in the Zimbabwi Valley, are the remains of an oel city, and evi dences of enormous populations and t:ea labors of a preh;storic and long forgotten people. Over this region hangs a veil of inter.est inter...

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A Thought for To-day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

A Thought for To-day. There is loud knocking at the gates of the Axis, and the keepers of the prison'house are trembling. The men and machines for blasting the way in are assembled; there is among us all a readiness for extra effort and en dural&ce. It is our high calling to bring liberty "to the captives and to let the oppressed go free.

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

Popular Pars By L. J. Adam. At qvensong in -St. John's Church of England, Healesville, last Sunday, the Rev. S. J. Muxworthy conducted an impressive service of remem brance, attended by members of the R.S.S.A.I.L.A. and the Fathers' Asso ciation. The lectern was draped with the Union Jack, and during the service wreaths in honor of the fallen in both wars were presented by the presidents of both associations and placed at its base. Mr. A. Raff rendered a solo. The vicar referred to the infirmi ties and temptations prevalent in times of war. I am happy to state that the Healesville Tennis Club membership this season is very satisfactory. We have 26 members to date, and the courts are in excellent order. It is pleasing to see juniors taking up ,this healthy sport. The club will encourage them to become professional players.

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Starving Koalas [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

Starving Koalas In connection with the tragedy of the starving koalasb on Quail Island, it; is * appropriate td' recall. what Mr. Eadie wrote in his book, "The Platy pus," which was pu lished some time back. .. .He writes as .:ollows:-"In the striking character: of the animals of Australia there is nothing comparable' with, them anywheire else.' The wild life of Australia is W.ccognised as the most remarkable in ~the world; yet we complacently watct these animr!s dwindle away, steadily and persist ently. So sure as' iight follows day, unless vigorous stejs are taken, and quickly, many forms will have disap peared from the. e?rth within a few yegrs. We will have lost a grand and irreplaceable poss~esion. This pro gressive decline too extinction is not by any means a necessity. The only way to prevent e"etermination is to establish large reserves where the remnants of the animals may be plac ed. Exploratory. work would have to be done so as to akcertain what par ticular localities. wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

*WgIgglihItttllNuIIIIIIIIIIIIfiHHHlhsDgsu hlaflulfll esslalUE ONLY THE BEST R Is Good Enough FOR BABY - Mothers can rely upon this Pharmacy to supply the best of A BABY. NEEDS Ask our opinion, which will be gladly given a all matters concerning Baby's welfare. - h Bartold's Pharmacy Opp. P.O., HEALESVILLE. Phone 120 (After Hours, Phone 3). ninmlnlllllllIllIIIHIIIIllllllll.lIIIIlllllllllllIIIIIIIlllMIIIl MISS McDONALD, Manageress DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By 'tirel Protect Your Homes and Fturmknture , 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., M.ELlBOURNE Other Classes of Insurance Effected as well MacNamara's Garage for Motor Repairs and Service . . MacNAMARA'S are local agents for the famous Repco Cycles, avail able for Essential Users in Ladies' and Gent's Models. Lodge your Christmas Order NOW, to avoid disappointment. P...

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Obituary MRS. MARY STARR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

Obituary ----~-v MRS. MARY STARR. The death of Mrs. Mary Starr, aged 82 years, occurred at her residence, "Comely Bank," Healesville, on Mon day. Mrs. Starr was resident here since 1913. She was keenly interested in local affairs but, being an invalid, was unable to be closely associated with them. She was born in N.S.W., where she married the late Mr. Mi chael Starr, who died at South Yarra in 1?t03. Mr. Starr was a well known contractor for the M.M.B.W. There were nine children. Two sons were killed in the last war, and another died after returning. Deceased is survived by her dau.gh ters-Rose (Mrs. Fogarty), Dorothy (Mrs. E. Maplebacl-and three sons -Philip H. (late 21st Batt., A.I.F.), Ignatius, and Kevin (R.A.A.F.), to all of whom, with other relatives, deep sympathy is extended. During Mrs. Starr's last illness she was closely attended by Dr. S. H. Phil lips, Rev. Father Murphy, and her sister, Miss N. Flynn. Following a service in St. Brigid's Roman Catholic Church on Wednes ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

DENTISTS L. MR. H. :, TCK f SURGEON-DENTIST VISITS HIEALE'4VILLE EVERY SATUIDA.Y FIOiITNIGHT at tlec .! MAROONDAHI TEA TOOMS DATES OF VISITS: SATURII)DY, NOVEIIIE~l 13th SATUIRDAY, NOVEMIIER 27th SATUiRD)AY, I)ECEMISEI 11th City Address: I~ ~JLSTON BUILDINGS s1 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Sentrnd 2507 Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VIZITS IEALESVILLE EVERY THURSDAY 2 p.m. till 5.30 Or by Special Appointment SAf BARTOLD'S PHARMACY Tel. Healesville 120 BUSINESS NOTICES WifHEN YOU WANT GOODS DEIAYEKED PROMPTLY TO ANY PA?T OF THE HEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, HEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying Effected Safely ANID AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WHY WORRY? Write E. M. Pou.thn 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 BOURK...

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Forest Danger To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

Forest Danger To the Editor. Sir,-I desire to draw attention to an advertisement in this issue regard ing a bush fire conference on the 19th inst. Healesville, with its forests, water reserves, farms and tourist at tractions, has at once a great heri tage and a great responsibility. The aim of the conference is to organise publicity regarding fire precautions, and to co-ordinate all activities fo: fire prevention and suppression. We have only to remember 1926, 1932 and 1I839 to realise that bad fire seasons have a sinister periodicity of about six years, and the fact that the next had season will probably come at a time when manpower resources are at a minimum owing to the war, requires that we should muster all available resources. In the past, unfortunately, most fires here have been caused by the carelessness or wilfulness of Austral ians, but there is now the added risk of incendiary raids by the enemy, who, knowing the value of timber, water, etc., to the war effort, may at tem...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

ENGAGEMENT     Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Barton of "The Oaks," Marysville, wish to announce the engagement of their only daugh- ter, Valerie Kathleento W. O. Harrow, R.A.A.F., youngest son Mr. and Mrs. S. Harrow, 68 street, West Preston. BEREAVEMENT THANKS.   MR. C. J. STANLEY and desire to Thank their many friends for telegrams, letters personal expressions of sympathy beautiful floral tributes received their recent sad bereavement. Especi- ally thanking Dr. S. H. Phil unremitting care and attention S. J. Muxworthy, Mrs. E. Coll ter Walters and Nurse Town Will all please accept this as a per- sonal acknowledgment of our sincere gratitude. DEATH NOTICE. STARR.-On November 8, at ly Bank," Healesville, Mary widow of the late Michael mother of John Robert (de 14th Batt., A.I.F., Rose (Mrs garty), Philip H., Michael F late 6th Batt., A.I.F., Mary (Mrs rick J. (dec.), late 6th Batt. Ignatius, Dorothy (Mrs. back), Kevin, Flt.-Lt. loved sister of Helen Flyn ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

DON'T MIss SEEING WALTER INUM WORLD'S PEERLESS . BILLIARDS CHAMPION Lilydale Athenaeum Hall 7rf Monday, November 22, at 8 p.m Box Plan.now open at Mr. R. E. Goode's Drapery Establishment Prices: 5/- and 3/-; Booking 6d. extra Proceeds to Lilydale and Coldstream Branches of the Red Cross l ~l.H~lll..H««>«Il~nl..,Kn HHH H»,»H .m.>.I.M I ..I .....II ......l..l.ll ..> .. .>I,,nllll tlll.«>l>«".>tll. l un>. ,llll,« U llUNll>>«I. lll|ll~lllWn»» Healesville Water Trust -4---- MONTHLY MEETING. Correspondence. State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, approval of trust exceed ing estimated expenditure for 1942 by £ 582/7/5.-Received. F. H. Fisher, advising that Toole bewong weir was silted and needed cleaning.-Referred to chairman. Finance Committee. Approval recommended of pur chase of two blocks of land (Pockett. £75; Hanger, £50); also extensions in Westmount and Eleva roads.-Grant ed; engineer to be informed. Secretary. Mr. W. Massey was appointed sec retary...

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SECOND FRONT IN SALV[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

SECOND FRONT IN SAL' From the Allied point of vi war has gone through three First, there was the period of ate defence during which Europe was overrun and the p Britain prepared themselves, words of Winston Churchill, t on the beaches, in the streets, fields, to defend every village and city against the expected Then, after the battle for Brit tide began to turn, and gradu allied nations gathered streng only to resist but to attack. the fifth year of war, our arm advancing on every front, and ment has begun that will end the complete overthrow;ing enemies. Each of these perit. had its own particular probleh chief among these in every c been the problem of producti supply. It is impossible to o; mate the importance of prro and supply. Every scrap of met material that can be used agani enemy must be saved for tha pose. There can be no unlimit vance with limited equipmen.t, ond front upon the battiefield V a second front at home that i salvage is essential. The r Government realises th...

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Early Healesville To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

Early Healesville To the Editor. Sir,-In reference to your corres pondent's challenge for me: to prove that the mountain on which. Nyora was built was ever known as Mt. Tonne-be-wong, I submit the follow ing statements' by old residents: "Our fatlher selected land on this mountain about 65 years ago. It was then known as Mt. Tone-be-wong, and the name has never been changed." Mrs. Parkinson (nee Rhoda Green). "We, aid the aborigines at Coran derrk, always referred to this moun tain as Tonne-be-wong, and it is men tioned under that name in a book on the Aborigines of Australia by Mr. Brough Smythe, which can be inspect ed in the Public Library, Melbourne." -Miss Ethel Shaw. "These three mountains, south of Healesville, were called by the blacks Tonne-be-wong, Toole-be-wong ' and Donne-bu-ang. Toole-be-wong, the central mount, was re-named Ben Cairn (Big Rock) by a party of sur= veyors."--W. Lalor (oldest native re sident). "I can remember back about 5, years, and have always known th...

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Blind Auxiliary ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

Blind Auxiliary -4--f- ANNUAL MEETING. At annual meeting of Healesville Blind Auxiliary on Thursday, Mrs. E. Hall was elected president, on the re signation of Mrs. L. J. Adam. Resignations seemed the order of the day, as Mrs. P. MacNamara and i3ss E. Penton did not seek re-elec tion. Mrs. J. Bath was elected sec retary, and Miss L. Mowle treasurer. The new office-bearers were prom ised support by all present. Mrs. N. Walider passed a vote of thanks to hIesdanes Adam and MacNamara for their services, Mrs. Adam suitably r': sponding. The balance s:'eet showed the aux ilialy had aided the institute during the year to the extent of £95, and all agreed the result was creditable in s?ew of the many priority charities. Mlir. C. H. Webber, representing the board of management, gave an inspir ing address on education of blind children, which, he said, should Fbe re garded as an important part of social service, in no way connected with over-sentimental charity. He instane ed cases of blind ...

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Healesville Shire Council ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

Healesville Shire Council I ENGINEER'S REPORT. At last week's meeting of the shire council the engineer, Mr. Scott, sub minu : ':..( following report: Main Road Mainle:.ance.-Under heavy traffic certain main roads are showing breaks in the surface, and these should be patched by painting with bitumen emulsion and covering with clean half-inch screenings.. De.. fects are also showing in the pave ment of the Lilydale road extension, and should be repaired properly, If not already effected, the shouldl'rs of all roads should be cleared c veeds for the full width of the f eation, and, if necessary, for drai res pur poses, for a greater width.- '3erred to foreman.) Entrance to Railway o .h i.... There are two turn-outs from Heales ville-Kinglake road to the southern. approach to the Healesville railway station. Both are in bad condition, and dep)ressions have been formed near the southern end of the railway sponsibility extends to the northern hboundary of the main road, and there after ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

RO I?SI', NOTICES rLý o of purchasing or Di operties 0 IHealesvillc and ý. I)istricts should consult J.A B' ORN gal Estate and Business AgJent Property Salesman Kinlls of Insurance Effected Ite&'istrar for Births and Deaths ,LSON ST., IIEALESVILLE ,Phone Heales. 42 that--- The Big Thing about these Shoes is that they look right, feel right, give satis faction, and save money for they last longer. Every-: thing Fashionable in Men's Footwear is here at Prices hat will appeal to your Sense of Reasonableness. MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nicholson St., HEALESVILLE. 8OLICITORS ullett & Langford SOLICITORS CITORS and COMMISSIONERS FOR AFFIDAVITS Ic., S.A., and Tas. SCOLLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTEND AT THEIR IIEALESVILLE OFFICE and Bradshaw's Buildings Between the hours of 3 p.m. and i p.m. EVERY THURSDAY Telephones: elb 39 iU- 4860 MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES To-Night, Saturday BRUCE CABOT, CONSTANCE BENNETT and WVARREN WILLIAM ......in...... "WILD BILL IICKOI 'RIDES" "WILD BILL HICKOIK ...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November 3rd and 4th. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 November 1943

Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. November :lrd and 4th. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan' and Co. submit the following report: Stores.-A keen enquiry for all de scriptions at late rates, 16/- to 76/-. Porkers.-Heavies still selling well, feeders buying strongly. Light 40/-' to 62/-, medium 63/- to. 72/-, heavy 73/- to 84/6, extra' 85/- to 95/6. Backfatters.-Lost their, dash. We, "topped" the market with drafts C. Hildebrand at £13/6/- and H. Field at £13/6/-;' A. Pritchard at £11/19/-," E.' A. Kalms-£11/16/-, C. Wakenshaw £11/11/-, M. McLoish £10/9/-, A. Crichton £9/16/-, A. Smith: £9/16/-, etc. Baconers.-Irrul ^ai-and mostly easier: We had' a magificent run, including 'eight? C., Phayer at +£7/10/-, twenty :Harley and Chirnside to £7 9/-, .three "A. Purvis to £7, six C. Wakenshaw at £6/10/-, five P., J. Elliott "at £6/1816, four Anderson Bros, to"£6/16/-, five Ai :Baker .at £f. 16/6, sevenA; RA. azos at £6/15/-, five Fred Bush at £6/14/6, five W. Clarke at £6/14/-, `four F. North at £6/10/...

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Market Report MELBOURNE PIG MARKET November 10 and 11. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

Market Report V MELBOURNE PIG MARKET November 10 and 11. Messrs. T. Shaw Logan and Co. ten der their regular report on lyfelbourne pig market trading last week, in the following strain: Stores. - Several men operating freely. Suckers and slips 5/- to 20/-, stores 27/- to 58/-, heavy 59/- to 88/-.A Porkers.-Short and thick hard to quit, long .and lean gelling fairly well. Small 40/- to 50/-, medium 52/- to 60/-, heavy 61/- to 72/-, extra 73/- to 8S/-. Backfatters.-Very difficult, 6 1-8d. per pound'. is hurting, everyone. We had the best sale of the day, includ ing drafts F. Moulton at £11/9/-, two A. Mjmbrey £10/19/- and £10/6/-, R. Cornthwaite £9/14/-, -E. T. Watson £9 19/-, F. Moulton £8/19/-, W. N. Sc,ttL £8S/14/-, and lots of 'em £S/10/- to £6, lean sorts £6 to 75/-. Baconers-Slipped considerably. All classes sold at lower values. We soli three K. Nott at £7/11/-, six G. Crib bes at £7/2/-, five John Campbell at £6/17/6, three A. Davey at £6/9'/, twelve P. Hickey to £6/9/6, seven...

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Lilydale Police Court "WAGGING IT" FROM SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

Li!ydale Police Court -4--- S\\".\6GIýCG IT" FROMI SCIIOOrL. Fr': tailing to send the'it childi. " to :sc!ool the required nuitlmer' of day2 ttU:'in. various weeks in September a:tl October, a number of parents were proceeded against it the Li!y dole police court last Friday. Daniel J. Armstrong, tilydale, was called upon to answer five charges in respect of his sons, Michael, I; years, and John, 12 years. Defendant did -~couit ?, e i o. but was reprle rented by his wife, who stated that the a':sence of the children was due to ill health, and declared that she could produce documentary evidence from doctor and dentist to prove that such was the cause. The charges were adjourned for four weeks to en able the truant officer to make the necessary enquiries. Robert Vosper, Warburton road, Lilydale, was charged with neglecting to send his son to school as regularly as the regulations demand. Defend ant pleaded not guilty, stating that he sent the son to school every morning during the pe...

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