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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

Croydon Market Monday saw a fair yarding of cattle, a good clearance !e2ig effected at sat isfactory prices. Milking cows brought £13, heifers 1_ / /;0, stale £7,'.,'-; springing cows £11 /1 0/,-; yearling heifers £9/10/-: store heifers £8; fat bullocks, light weight, £11/5/-; cows £13; heifers £12 10/-; beefy cows £11/5/-; choppers £;/10/- to £9/5/-; crackers £6; dairy bulls, small, £5/15/-. Calves.-Selling well, supply not sufficient for demand. Heavy pork cer3 7/- to 100/-, medium 73/- to. 8C/, light 55/'- to 70/'-; light baconers 97/ to I 1;/-; chopping sows 60/- to 100/-; bacon stores 55/- to 75/-; slips 30/ to 42/-; suckers 10/6 to :31/-. Sheep.-Quality selling' especially well. Four-tooth ewes 17/, full mouth 14/- to 15/6; lambs-suckers 23/6, shorn '2/-, plain 18/- to 21/-, ram lambs 20/-; crackers 3/6 to 10/-. Poultry.-Prices well above other markets. Cockerels 24/3, draklings 23/- to 28/9, colored hens 14/- to 23/10, cock chicks 14/9 to 19/6, stags 12/-, chickens 6/6 to 13/...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Anzac Day Lives Outback [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

Anzac ý Day Lives Outback By Eileen Finlay, Author of "The Caravan Passes," "Full Turn,".etc. After a hard morning's run through back roads of the Western District, slushing through mud and drizzling rain, we began to wonder if there was to be one~'bright spot in our dreary day. : ' Then, just after mid-day, as we ran over a merry little creek, the sun came streaming' out, the rain ceased, and there on the bridge that spanned -the water we met our bright spot. Accompanied by two boys and . a dog, a shabbily dressed, elderly man was 'driving, cows towards us. The 'sunshine was so beautiful, and we -women 'were so ;tired' and worn that *we felt we just had to stop and speak. With all our travelling I am afraid that'we. had forgotten it was Anzac Day,. but it was soon brought forcibly to our minds. While we took a snapshot of this wayback family and the cows, we .heard,. in a few words, a simple but moving story. .The father told us that he was kill ing, two birds with one stone, so to...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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EVERY MOND[?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

EVERY MION 9.30 a.m.-Sundrics. Fu ber, lion and Impl 11.30.-Horses, Harness 12.-Suckers, Slips, Sto. 12 hoon.-Poultry. 1 p.m.--Porkers, Bacone fatters. 1.30.-Vealers, Calves, 2 p.m.-Springers, Cows 2.30.-Fat and Stole She 3 p.m.-Bulls and Late and Pigs. 3 p.m.-Fat Bullockl, Co pers. 2 p.m., Fridays, Furrc Shopping Stalls, Monday District Agents Mitchell Machinery and Inplen stocks on hand. Easy t Owing to transport rest ers and good agistment available at Cr5 For Carriers and Crate, don 45 early previ

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Popular Pars [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

popular Pars By L. J. Adam. e monthly meeting of the horti SThso iety was held on Thursday rJl'. of last week. "esel voery successful, a number of It present, as well as many ,itsrs nembe` ied display of blooms show The ealesville is capable of pro dh ant it was pleasing to see a bcing of exhibitors who have not .enhowvn. E: reys gho e another of his in r E.sti and helpful talks, and Mr. retino gave some interesting points te .etabl, growing. ,?lder tshe auspices of the ladies id 5t. John's annual fair on Thurs pl 1 ,ed a splendid success. T, eattcr was ideal for the func tu"'I all were grateful to the Giver r T al hings fotr His beneficence. tire. Agar charmingly performed te openin ceremn'ony, after being seleomed and introduced by Rev, S. 1Iuxwor thy. Irs j?tuxworthy, in a neat little .ch, thanlked Mtrs. Agar for her dee in consenting to be present, and presented her with a bpautiful boiquet. The stalls were a credit to the guild ladies, and evoked the highest praise frons everyb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

, NOTICES Sof purchasing or perties k Healcsville and SDstricts should consult DAr BORN state and Business Agent perty Salesman of Insurance Effected istrar for Births and Deaths ".ý ST., HIEALESVILLE ptone Heales. 42 that ve ney Big Thing about these is that they look feel right, give satis n, and save money iey last longer. Every ;Fashionable in Men's 'ear is here at Prices will appeal to your of Reasonableness. SHOE STORE Olson St., HEALESVILLE. SOLMITORS ett & Langford 80LICITORS B and CO3fGISSIONERS FOB AFFIDAVITS Ic., SA., and Tas. MILINS ST., M?MELBOIJRNE AT TIE IR SVILLE OFFICE tad Bradshaw's Bulidladg ten the hours of 3 p.m. anC : p. n. ,VERy, THU'RSDAY Telephones: SMU 4380. MEMORIAL HALL TALKIES iM To-Night, Saturday GEORGE RAFT, PAT O'BRIEN, JANET BLAIR and BR I CRAWFORD in "BROADWAY" "BROADWAY" "BROADWAY" "BROADWAY" A "BROADWAY" "BROADWAY" "BROADWAY" , "BROADWAY" "BROADWAY" (Not suitable for general exhibitionx L...and...... fklJ i IA¶ JEAN PARKER and JOHN ARCHER...

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Coming Attractions: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

Coming Att~iiob o : Sat., Nov. 27.-Diana Barrymore and Robert Cummings iht "Between Us Girls" (G); IrenIH-i,'yand Kent Taylor in "Half Way to Shanghai" (X); Cinesound Newi "Miracle Mak ers." " ., Wed., Dec. 1.-Ralph Bellamy il "The Great Impersppa lorq'. (G); Joe E. Brown in "Shut' ")#ig Mouth" (G); Universal News; Mexican Police on Parade: "Sniffles Smells the Cat." Sat., Dec. 4.-Charlie Chaplin inz "The Great Dictator," with Paulette Goddard. Films marked X _not asitable for general exhibition;t*c fdr gh~eral exhl bition. Box plan open t rdian" Oiilice, 'phone 91, o.2 a.m and 2.30 to 5.30 p "- C# Wed nesdays. Healeevile Talkies 7 ; ,of the

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Healesville Police Court THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. (Before Messrs. O'Grady, P.M., and Johnston, J.P.) ELECTRIC WIRING ALTERED.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

Healesvi!ie Police Court -4- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. (Before Messrs. O'Grady, P.M., and Johnston, J.P.) T_ ELECTRIC WIRING; ALTERED. James AtkIns Beaver; was charged that between 27/9/43 and 27/10/43 he engaged in electrical work at "Beth any," Healesville, without holding an electrical mechanic's licence. A prosecuting officer' of the State Electricity Commission said that, with Mr. Snell, of the Healesville branch of the commission, he visited "Beth iany" on October 26, and on interview ing defendant indicated to him some electric wiring in the dance hall. De fendant admitted installing it, and that he had no electrical mechanic's licence. No monetary consideration had been involved, and the offence was not viewed as seriously as it might have been. John AlexandEr Snell, Healesville, said "Bethany" w'as within the com missi6n's radius and was supplied with current, but there was no supply to the dance hall. , He corroborated the previous evidence. Pleading guilty, defendant said he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

DENTISTS MR. H. STOCK sURGin; ON-Di:NTIST VISITS IIE:!CESVILLE EVERY SATURI)AY FORTNIGHT at the MAROONDAH TEA ROOMS DATES OF VISITS: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27th ·1 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11th. City Address: ALSTON BUILDINGS 82 ELIZABETH STREET 'Phones: Central 2507 - Healesville 151 MR. FRANK H. COOK SURGEON-DENTIST 219 BALACLAVA ROAD CAULFIELD VISITS HEALESVILLE EVERY TIURSDAY 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 TILE HIEALESVILLE DISTRICT MAURICE CHANDLER CLIVE AVENUE, MEALESVILLE 'Phone 121 All Kinds of Carrying.Effected Safely AND AT LOWEST RATES LADIES-WVIY WORRY? Write E. IM. Pout?t n SPECIAL IONJEAN 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., MIELB. Cent. 2197 Ii O(ut of Nor...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pithie, Railway Station, Healesville, announce the En- gagement of their only daughter, Aud- rey Lorna (W.A.A.A.F.), to Sergeant Pilot Ernest W. Bruce. R.A.A.F., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Bruce, Box Hill. IN MEMORIAM TABER.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Stanley, who passed away on November 18th, 1935; loved father of Stanley and Kevin, uncle of little David. Always, in our thoughts. -Inserted by his affectionate father and sisters.   ROSS.-In memory of my dear hus- band and our father, who died sud- denly on November 17th, 1941. Beautiful memories. -Inserted by his loving wife and daughters. Healesville & Yarra Glen GUARDIAN "'Non sibi, sed omnibus" Annmual subscription,, 10/-; post free to any address Morwell Hodges, Editor. Telephone 91 SATURDAY, NOVE3MBER 20, 1941I

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A Word About Egypt [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

A Word About Egypt (From Cairo, Warrant-Officer Jock Finlay sent this amusing sketch to'his mother, Mrs. Eileen Finlay, the popu lar noveliste.) As everyone knows,. In. the Land of the Pharoas)s the populace is sharply divided into two classes--those who. will do anything for practically 'noth ing, and those who will do'nothing ior practically everything. To the uninitiated, the principal dif eorence.I s in the headgear, as the fortunates in the first category wear inverted pot plants, while the latter mostly favor more rakish modes, such as old towelling, beaded d'oyleys, etc. There is, however, much more tb it than that. For instance, should you be unfortunate to run down. and kill a Fasha, or even a Bey, you ,will al most certainly be relrirnianded, and, in an extreme case, severely censured for the unhappy happening. But not so with an ordinary native, Dear me, no! The worst that could happen you then would be a fine of; 10/-. This sum is divided between the deceased's wives, an...

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THE WILL TO WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

THE WILL TO WIN.. V A little more than two years ago an announcement came from the Ger man military commander in Russia that the Red Army had 'evacuated Bryansk and that the annihilation of the Russian forces at Viazma was im minent. At the same time the Rus sians themselves announced that women and children were being evac .uated from Moscow. Still a year later the Germans were edging their way into Stalingrad under a hail of steel, and the greater part of Russia in Europe was in their hands. What has happened in Russia in the ensuing twelve months almost defies analysis. a To-day inlsile the P ` yheard in Mo each nev. Ru,, "etoriou Soviet to tihe Ei a'ssatahn of Panic stric.en scuttling front the!r and disorder. U Shistory,- point to vitall ticular nanifet.li tio?s the basic caui of change; and it wo t Ll miss their reasonedI wisdom followin,, t:o camie time, little (nna l:aced upon the of each Russian in ?el ganised national eff:.t Ing genius of their h could have won suc!h fted ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

Mil 11111' 11111111111811 1 111181181111111· Is Goodi nough SFOR BABY Mothers can rely upon this Pharmacy to supply the best of BABY NEEDS Ask our opinion, which will be gladly given on all matters concerning Baby's welfare. * ' Bartold's Pharmacy =N Opp P.O.. HEALESVIL.L Pbai. 120 (Ater Hours, Phb.. ). UI ltIIIIIIIII lIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII IIIIIll MISS McDONALD, Manageress . ................................... ............... DON'T Take any Risk of Loss By Fire! Protect Your Homes and Furniture i By Getting INSURANCE COVER at Lowest Rates, IMMEDIATELY Prompt Settlement, with Full Compensation Assured, by Insuring with Sydney fl. Bradshaw Representative for UNITED INSURANCE COMPANY, 52 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE Other Classes of Insurance Effected as well . .N.. ............................. ...... h......u. ... .o MacNamara's Garage for Motor Repairs and Service . . . . MacNAMARA'S are local agent.s for the famous Repco Cycles, avail * able for Esiential Users in Ladies' a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

that for EVERY TON of dehydrated vegetables more than 8 TONS of fresh vegetables are Don't grumble if your greengrocer can't supply all the vegetables you want. The year, Australia is produc ing 10,00, tons of dehydrated vegc tables for our own and Allied fighting forces in operational areas, which .-.requires .80,000 tons of fresh vege tables.Dehydrated .vegetables are sent -? up North because they can be trans- . ported easily and keep indefinitely, yet they are full ofnourishment and vitamins. In war-time, the needs of the Armed Forces must come first, and that is why you must help your self by grewing~your own l vegetables and supple menting the supplies which are available. VESETABLES Your State Agricultural Department or any Seedsman will readily make ,am a ble to you full informaioan to.planting times and meaid. ' 4i Thu 9D. of CoaU'& t '. r.11{?! Kestle Bros. 'Phone Healesville 22 East End Timber Yard GOOD NElWS FOR VEGETABLE GIROWERS Ramtre Dust SURE KILLER OF WHITE...

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Zimbabwi Ruins [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 November 1943

Zimbabwi Ruins By ROBERT EADIL, M.B.E. Last week this article broke oft with the following poem, composed by Andrew Lang, and recited by Rider Haggard in the Temple of the Zi~- babwi ruins: "Into the darkness whence they came They passed, their country knoweth none, They and their gods without a name Partake the same oblivion. Their work they did, their work is done, Whose gold it may be, shone like. fire And in the house of God's desire. The pestilence, the desert spear, Some them, they passed-with none to tell The names of them who labored here: Stark walls and crumbling crucible, Straight gates and graves, and ruin ed well Abide, dumb monuments of old; We know but that man fought and fell. Like us, like us, for love of gold" The reference to gold will be dealt with later on. During my early per iod of residence in Africa I met the original of "Alan Quartermain." He was in the civil service in what is known as Swaziland. I also got to know the famous Umpslopogaas, the huge neg:o ....

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Walter Lindrum at Lilydale ASTOUNDING ACHIEVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 November 1943

Wa!ter Lindrum at Lilydale ASTOUNDING ACiIIEVEMENT. Well, its been and gone, this exhi bition of "the game played witl a stick and some balls," by Wa' tn' Lin drum, who while he is abroad r't.ks as one of Australia's ambassadors, be sides being received by the King; but who is evidently not regarded in the light of any ambassadorial capacity in at least one quarter at LilydaIe. T :e reality of this world famous man, his magnetic personality, and his amazing ability have left an in delible impression on the 200 or more people who witnessed the exhibition; an impression that will provide mat ter for conversation for many a day -and perhaps year-to come. Much strenuous work was put into the task of preparing the hall to per mit everyone having a reasonable view of proceedings, and when Mon day night arrived, even though the hall was not full, the labor was pro ven to be worth while, as there was quite a sizeable crowd to accord Mr. Lindrum a hearty welcome when in troduced by Mr. J. M....

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Church of England ANNUAL FAIR SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 November 1943

I:(:ClC urch of England "'ANNUAL FAIR SUCCESSFUL. A::beautiful, clear day, after good 'rain,' cheered everyone working for St. John's Church of England annual fair,: organised by the ladies' guild. The vicar and vestrymen had ar ranged the stalls on the Tuesday be fore, and, early on Thursday many hands':.were busy setting out goods, flowers, gifts of produce, etc. Every imaginable species of goods was col lected on the jumble stall. Everything was in order, by 2.30 p.m., when Mrs. Agar arrived, and I after a short review of the hall she opened the fair, ,being introduced by the vicar arid presented with a. posy by Mrs. Muxworthy. Selling then began in earnest,: every stall being besieged with eager buy eirs, and attendants going their :hard est to serv them quickly. Afternoon tea was well patronised, and' was served in a happy meeting place conducive to a short rest. The stalls, in order from the en trance, were:- Flowers. -. Mesdames . Fletcher, Coates and. Owen King........ Jumbl...

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Croydon Market [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 November 1943

Croydon Market All classes of live stock sold at top prices on Monday. Milking cows £14, heifers £15, stale £7/10/-; springing cows £11/12/6; yearling heifers S5/- to £6/10/-; store heifers, in lines, £6/1/-; store cows £7 15/-; fat cows f12/1/-; heifers £11 15/-; beefy cows £10/5/-; choppers £6/15/- to £8/10/-; crackers £6; dairy bulls to £6. Large vealers £10, small £5/10/- to £8/15/-; calves 45/- to 8/-, small 25/ to 38/-, light weights to 17/-. Pigs.-Heavy porkers 80/- to 95/-, medium 70/- to 84/-, light up to 65/-; light baconers £5/17/6, chopping sows 65/- to 75/-; bacon stores 50/- to 75-; slips 30/- to 44/-; suckers 10/ to 31/-. Sheep.-Supply light. Full mouth wethers 16/6; four-tooth ewes 17/-; lambs-suckers 24/- shorn 18/-, plain 16/6, stores 14/9. y Horses.-Farm horses, £ 11/10/-; jinker ponies, £10/10/-; men's hacks £9; saddles £5/10/-; jinkers £7; buggies £10/10/-. Also good sales of new and second hand harness, implements, machinery, dairy utensils, timber, galvanised ...

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HANDING ON THE TORCH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 November 1943

IIHANDING ON THE 1OECH. In 'the great volume of war' news I which came from the Italian front there was recently some reference to a new type df German soldier. Al though not given outstanding promi nence, these references have provided a glaring spotlight on the varying principles that inspire the combatant nations. One report spoke of "bestial young fanatics, who are probably the most vicious individuals yet produced by Nazism." And members of the al lied forces who interrogated these young blackguards-most of them boys no more than seventeen years of age-expressed horror at their poison ous mentality. These children-for they were little more-were said to be mainly responsible for many ghastly atrocities committed against Italian women and girls by the retreating German forces. If this be true, and there seems little reason to doubt the evidence;, then the complete destrue tionf of 'Nazism is indeed a human duty, apart from political and military considerations. The creation of th...

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Healesville Alert for Forest Fires PRECAUTIONS FRAMED AT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 November 1943

Healesville Alert for Forest Fires '-4---, PRECAUTIONS FRAMED AT MEETING. In response to a call to formulate phas to combat forest fires at Heales ille this summer, about 30 persons ittended a public meeting in the.Me 0o:ial Hall on Friday night` of last week, the .chair being taken. by the shire president (Cr.. A. Cameron). Those present included .Mr. Hyland, LL.C., officials of the Fore.try, de artment and Metropolitan.iBosard of Vorks, timber contractors, s.hire coun :illors, and members of the genieral auilic, Cr. Camerna introdc,' JI' MIr: Hy-, snd, M.L.C., a.A Mr.'U eraghty (rep reent.ng the Forestry t.ommission). an interesting address .was given by. lt. H. Beer, district forest officer at Poolangi. Chief points made wre:r e ra) That sawmillers.should i urn, off tree tops in the spring. (b) That the public and visitors to the district should be educated re arding care and use of ,fire.: ` ? ?C) That warning notices be ds , yedon days when north winds ai?e expected. ., 1d) Tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 November 1943

0Q9SLýI.;S; NOTICES -o ? Deirors of Purchasing or Dprperties in Healesville and din Districts should consult J. DABORN al Estate and Business Agent Property Salesman. hinds of Insurance Effected Reylstrar for Births and Deaths OLSON ST., IIEALESVILLF. ,phone Heales. 42 that The Big Thing about these Soes is that they look tght feel right, give satis bacion, and save money for they last longer. Every hing Fashionable in Men's Footwear is here at Prices hat will appeal to your mue of Reasonableness., MacDonald's SHOE STORE Nholhoa St., HEALESVILLE. :" "o---- .. .- - .. . .: - allett & Langford s, 8oucrrons oU and coMMIssIONERS FOI AFFIDAVITI S Ie, S.A., an-I Ta.. SCOtLINS ST., MELBOURNE ATTENy A'T THEIR IaEVILLE OFFICE -sd Bradshaw's Buildlngs aeea the hours of S p.m. and 6 p.m. EVER? THURSDAY Tel phons: SSUe 39 MU 4341 Get Results. Advertise functions in THE HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN, S MEMORIAL HAIL - TALKIES To-Nightr Saturday DIANA BARRYMOnRJ and ROBERT. . CUMMINGS in "BETWEEN ...

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