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Lilydale. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
Lilydale.. During the past fortnight mining Imatters 'have beenI very lively on Fr.nlchlntan's Cr.eek, near Warbiurton, and xceell:nt results are iinticipated. Two shafts have been sunk at the new reef. The construction of a race' from the O'Shaitessy Riveir was started on 'Tuadlay, and will be about three tmiles loaig, which will obviate the ne cessity for the managenment being d-o pendenit "upou others for their watsr supply. Arraingements are being miade for the treatment, of 200 tonl of tail i ngs. 51Mr Michael Supple, a gentleman well known in this distriut, ,as killed last 5.tturday afternoon on the. &triugy ha:rk road, (Gruy,:re. li.,: had ieet out endeadourtng to suprenss a ,ushl fire, and iris horse .shied .at an object crossing the bridg, ... I ..hIe etfort to balance hiun elf lihe fell over the .side of the • ridg. anmd broke hi i neck. ie, ex Spired: instan?taneou.sly. Mr. W. daiur, with onme .other men, relnoved. the ,,,;ly fanm the creek., Mr. Supple was about ...
Melbourne Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
• 1olourno Notes. [iY .OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] .Cricket, cricket I nothing hut cricket. On every lip thl,.rt is nothing but cricket. Clem,. i ill, " tlhe boy," is the darling. of thce. hour, his magnificent score of 188 having turned. an almost, a-sured defeat into an almost sure victory. E]veryone marvelhld at the Australians' collapse, but Inoone seemed to wonder at the Englishmen going down just as fast, and the great crowds at the ground and in front of the Age and Artgus offices were greatly pleased when the last Englishman went oat and the team had to follow on again. To-day (Tuesday) they have now started with three down for 98, but so badly they have a'poor chance of winning. It is a pity Ranjitsinhji ever com plained about barracking, for on Satur day every time he he issed he was hooted and told:to get a bag. It may not he fair to a' stranger,' but it shows the folly, of d bad thriiper in a game., SRanji." says.Clem. Hill only has one stroke, but he had.a great many on Sat...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
Healessille Post and Telegraph Office. . Post office open fromn 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph .office open. from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post office savings bank open from 10 a.n. to 3 p.m. ; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Mails close for Melbourne '10.15 ani and Intero ediate 7.15 pt. daily. Marysville and l?l ... ... 9.45 am daily Narbethong Arrive from Melbourne, &cc;. 9.;40i ai: i.40pn7.30 pm daily. Marysville daily. and .,, 7 pmndaily Narbethong . . MISS A. CHAPMAN Po tunistress. Printed and puhlished by A F. . !Buckley at the office of the Healesville '"Guardian Nicholson-st., Healeaville in the County of Evelyn, Colony of Victoria.
Taggerty. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
Taggerty. (IROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Alexandra Bicycle Sports. were held on Wednesday. There was a good attendance of local riders. Alf. Armstrong won. the Half-mile and Handicap in an easy manner. C. Hall won the Novice, and C. Kellock the Obstacle Race. Armstrong has only ridden a bike six weeks, and" the way he rode proves him to be with a little more practice a tip-top rider. A thunderstorm passed o'ver here, on Sa'turday evening, accompanied 'by, a a little rain. The thunder "and light ning was very severe. During the storm, a large stock of wood on the property of Mr. J. Coombs.was struck by lightning at nine o'dlock at night, and but for prompt action a serious bush fire would have started, and the grass was very dry and long. A.:sligltW shock of earthliuake was felt.here, o WSt.urday, whicl icaused the i6tu s` to rock, and rall ino-eabl?. crockery td rattle, bht it only lasted.for a fe~' seco'ids. Mr.-,Dave Gorman,' Recond sdn of Mr. John Gorman, of Riversdale, died ,...
Christian Endeavour Society. THE EASTER CHAUTAQUA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
Chritian Endoevour Society. THE EASTER CHAUTAQUA. A special meeting of the above was lirld in tthe Presbyterian Church. on Tuesday ,evening to make arrange ments in regard to the Endeavour Chautaqua, to be held here at Easter time. There was a large attendance, and the Rev. D. gBruce presided. Letters were read from ,the Victorian Endeavour Union and North Suburban .District ,O...E. Union, promising every . assistance and hearty "'c op ration' Coirsorincatmons 'were als'o ieeived from some other societies desiring in formation and expressing sympathy with the. movement. A strong execu tive committee was .formed, the names of which will he found below, after ?.whioh the meeting adjourned till Friday nmorning. The ordinary meeting of the En deavour took place on Friday evening, the sulject being " Every Christian a Missionary." A helpful paper was read by a visitor, Mrs A. C. DavieF, &aud several m'embers took part. A lady visitor conveyed a friendly greeting from the South Ya...
WELL-FITTING HARNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
\VELL-FrrrTTIO IA.NSMS.-l e most .patr ticular to 'ec that your horse's harness 'fits easily and comfortably, and that tthe collar is large eilough -not to interferoe with .the windpipe. sRU'SiAtiLES shoml1d be m ade of a whlitish color; and light -?aterial; -they should it easily, and extend a' few inches; over the forobead and, along the neck. . Their use in ;umlner' will protect the horse from con' isrtloi o[ the spinal cord tia i thoe brin
The Eastern Question. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
The.EastQ seation. :Is the. East at present the position may be described, hest as electrical, very little may cause a general burst. It is like 1Mr ?Wri'gge'se"familiar spirits of the, storm ....The German zone -of in fluence, the Rissian zoune of influeince, the French zoneof influece, the Eug. litsl zonio of influence, the Japanese zone of influe ice are all approaching-each other rapidly, -and .it will require the most: excellenit forbearaice anid discre tion on. all sides to. avoid a collision and :a great; and fearful scramble for disnmenibered and' disorganized China ! :Inthe event of such an Qccurrenice the ,issue will be in doubt. About fifteen years "go a proiuinenlt cl~rgy, lan, I belive it was the present .Bihhop of Manchester, prbpliesied that" wit'hin ten years the muiiust he war between tlhe European ;pations, and probably .l : tw?cen Russia and England.. lihat was at the tine of the di putt ove!u .the Afghali frontier,' but "thiatw??a mere trifle coliipared to thii' ...
THE WIZARD'S LEGACY. CHAPTER V. GENERAL MONK—RETIRED (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
THE WIZARD'S LEGACY. BY 'E. J. LYSAOGT. CHAPTER V., GENERAL MONK-RETIRED (Continued.) " 'An' other faict; an an important one which adds the crowning stone to the pyramid, is; that Vanderstein painted the General's picture' in 1659. Noth ing can lhe plainer than that. Reuben Oliver distinctly fixes the date. So I think that whoever painted the picture n,?w in your possession, it certainly was not painted Iy Vanderstein. For there can be no doubt that he died in 1659, before the - restoration, I have collected plenty of evidence to prove this important fact. Now you will ask if Vanderstein did not paint it, who .did f And I- may. as well frankly tell you that I do not know ! but I think I have found out sonmething that may be ,a clue to ygur further attempts to elu cidate the matter. You know what a hunter;of book-stalls I am, and how many: treasures I have picked up, from time to time. You have often laughed at my taste for " grubbing," as you call it in the dusty, dirty, shabby hea...
The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principiumet fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1898. Municipal Financing. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
Scribendi recte sapere eat principium etfons ---------- ----------- SA.TURD YI FEBRMA:RY15, l9J8. *..... *n hicipal Finaacig. Though the thermometer stands so high ýe hiave' passed the .middLfdt ., sufmmer,: and we are hurryingpn to winter with out :: doing,: anything to the Woods':" Point 'Road. The Upper Yarra Shire has bor rowed £;2060. to spend on a road '.that;: must :cost over £10o,o00, and Healesville c6un cfillors might do -welPl to con sider whether-it would not pay them t6 borr6wi'td improve their road. £2 ::26 'po spent. on 'the Warburton to .Wood's Point road would; make an iinpassable road into a'' bad road. £2000 spent.: q .the. Healesville to Wood's Point road woiild make aid road into a ,god road. .Thle only argument against the road. is that riot:mnuch 'revenu is received directly .in shire rates, blitve h'ar that there is a great deal o.f issatisfaction at Woods -Point over .their pre sent.. control from . Jamieson,' and' tdiatl if. this shire were to offer ;to put...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
EXTnAcrS FROt CAlME AND FISHERIs9 Atrs. 54 Vict: No. 1095, clause 5.-Wilfully do. stroying, netting, or using other moans for killing ortaking imported game at any time. Penalty-£2 and value of bird or animal (see schedule helow). Clause 6.-Do. do. native game during close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to ba for each bird or animal. Clause7.- -Buying, selling, or knowingly having in possession, house, or control, any imported game or native game during close season. Penalty-Imported game, £5 and value of bird or animal ; native game £2. Clause 8.-Taking eggs out of or destroy ing nest cf imported or native game, or hai. ing eggs in possession. Penalty-10s. each egg. Clause II.-Laying poison for or poison ing game. Penalty-£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 51 Vict. No. 1093. clause 35.-Taking, selling, orexposing for sale any fish during close season for such fish. Penalty-Not : or' th!.:n £20. and forfeiture of fish. iu? Z ' S.-VALUE OF BIRDS AND ANIMALS UNDER T...
Important to Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
"- rt nt to Advercisees. B(U!'T NOTICES will be pulfished in STi?e GUARDtIAN at the folltwintg tes pet insertion : -i't'ere words, or under ... ... it. . wenty-four words, or under ... 2a. Thirty-six words, or under ... 3s. Orders for withdrawal of quarterly da -rtisen'.n± must be in writinq, and adver ,.nireruts withdrawn during the .urrenry of a tuart~' must be paidfor to the end of the rtrre ".quarter. Cas;,al Advertisements must hear the nu;mberof insertions required, otlerwse they will be inserted and charged for till counter manded. Casual advertisements require to be in hand before six oc'clock every Thurs day, otherwise insertion will not be guaranteed. Persons handing in advertisements for insertion in this neicspaper, or ordering printing at this office, will be held esponsiblefor payment for the same.
Banquet to Mr. E. H. Cameron, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
Baq.uet to M~. Z. E. Cameron, X.L.A. On Wednesday, 26th ult., a compli mentary banquet wau tendered to Mr. :E. H. Cameron, M.P., in the lodge. room, Queenstown, and.the attendance was large, representative and enthu siastic. The chair was occupied by Mr C. J. .Yerso. The usual loyal toasts having heen honoured,. Mr. J. Bell pro. posed "The Ministry," to which Mr. J. G. Duffy, -M.L.A., responded. He said no niember of the House had'eo endeared himself and stood so high in the esteem' of his fellow members as did their worthy representative, Mr. Cameron. He was one of the oldest members now in Parliament. Of those who entered Parliament when he (Mr. Cameron) did there was only one other member who had sat uninterruptedly all that time-Mr, Tucker, of Fitzroy. He might .be called the Father of the Pa hament--the Villiers of the Victo. ri?n Parliamet., The Chairman then proposed " Our Guest," which was received with musi cal honors and three times three. Mr Cameron said he felt deeply th...
District News. Wandin Yallock. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
District News. [F cir?Y OiRa OWN COaRRESP6tDegNT?.i ' Wa~din Tal&aUkf -The, Surrey Hills College Scholar ships are open to all State School pupils, and are given by" the Rev. "Frederick A. Darling, Principal, ten able for three vears.: Stch entitles the holder to a c:ihance for departmertal exhibitions later on. Onie of the suc cessful candidates is Master Lancelot Johnston, youngest sont of Mr. George :Johnston, of Wandin Yallock. The youth is to be congratulated on his success, and it is a striking evidence of the ability of his teacher;, Mr. H. J. White, head master of the local State ;·The" annual camp meting in. conpnec. tion with the, Wandin Yallock X etho. dist OC'urch wai held on Sunday last in the afternoon in Mr. Rouget's paddock, and in the evenipg on the Church ground. Rev ..H. iallace led the neeting, and excellent aind able ad ^dresses were given by r P. . Holt. of Prahran; and Ir:: J. Pomeroy, of Seville. Te ::Te Lilydale" Excelsior Brass Band was present; and...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 February 1898
-HE ALE SEVILLE' pooh sal ashto, e NiCMWLNsoX STaSRT, 11itAIfr YILLI (Next Po`t Oice). G. S. Matthews, STATIONERI aberiasher anzi Tobacoaist, RESPECTFULLY intioiates that he hais .'A,.lways in stock -,ery reqiiisit Iirec eary to be found in a well-co)udulm:c busi neBe.of thisi kind. .,. Fancy Goods,&lt; . Tobacco-s Cigars, Soaps f& Porfumery, School oýqmisit'$e " ptationair,. lli'tinats. S Fishint Tackle, ,c. English Magazinen atnd. N.ewapalpdrs, N'ewspapers Delivered Sg( Or Posted ti anly..Addres.. .t Circulating m. iLibrary. A Large..Stock of Patent, flomupatn.hlc, andHlorse Medielies" I Always -n UIad. Licenned under the Ph.l'rincy Board of . 'Vi.toria. House;Land. Estate, & Fire and SLife Assurance Agent. Ha* " Hvini tken the prPemiiue? lately occupitd-by the Shire Council; I will be able:to gcive6t- ery att'ention to and afford all informatipn in connectioo with the above b.usiines . Loans Negotiated, AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED Commnissions exectited :in Ev...