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A NOVEL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

A NOVEL LETTER. The folo?v ig unique epistle was found on a suburbaI n tramear recently: " )ear John, -T'his is wrote you to let you know how all the family is. John, we're doi' putarty well now, if 1 do shy it myself. Your Uncle Jim had the good fortune to lose his left leg on a railroad and got damages, and is now livi:g with us and paying board, which1 is a great help to usa. .our hIrother Bill fell in a cellar in Atlanta an. broke his collar-bone, for which he got 410, and invested in a horse and cart, which was cheap at the price. your grannmotlher at lbeen cured of the rheumatism, an' is now able to do the famiily washiin,' and, altogether, John, we are well-off an' niighty thank ful to Providence, which always pro vides."

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. .urts will be hll ugn the year 1900 at the undermentioned places, at the hours, and on the dates 1ereinbater respectively set out, viz Nimeý ofJC.ntbt. 1doI 'dn' Aprii; May... Jt &e. y. :Jdl. AR;L No.: D. Rkdfel~f b'rg 10'' 2;1 0t T";'21I f-4 18f 2,' 1E6i0 6Of ''0' 3,'17 1 " 1°0 5 '1J 3 Anrlerson's' Crdiek 11 149 1°'10,01u~. -6 8°" 12° .1 Eliharnl.... 11 ` 10O 15'x`;' 111 ' I0 o 14° 110 9b'" 1g° 11' YarraGVl'en s 9.90' 11' 6 J 4' 1,'29' 26 24' 921' 12 Heale'uille' . ' 20 1'' 1d' ' 5d 302.0'' 27"'. 25, 22 i -ý. A. nt:' LijUda!Ie..."" 9:390' 6G:9.,' - I 4t ;'11., 10f;81: 6;'19, 10;'17 7, 14, 5,'12, 2 16°-fi;' 7;'14,' 20,' `'7 22,'29]2f0' ,270 41t, 31 '° 28i 9'1r;ý26 93 30' 21;.28' P'crntrbe Cx illV ' 9 . "1 0' 29dC. 26' 2 282d ' - , . I23 27 18'"" Qa~nNtowvn 11 2 13' 28'' `25' "I 23 -27T 24 .22 26 0Z' . Police 1:agistrate's V isits. t Licensing and Xardn'ns QGorts. Clerk of Opurts. .To rer.ove fly marks from mirrors, rub' wilt alittle powdered, blue."...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORCHARD NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

ORCHARD NOTES. Apples are best gathered when the stalk easily separates :'from the fruit bearing spur, or when the seeds have turnefa browln. 'ihLe former "is the best general gide. Grapes intended for drying should be adsolutely ripe before gathered. It is recommended thiat they be allowed to hang for two weeks after tliey are found to be ift for eating. • n' dr' districts, trees, especially orange, lemon and 'other citruis #ruit trees should 'le irrigated where possible during tlis nmonth, or the imnlature frui. ill fall. ?iatclh -fllen infested apples, and destroy: them, either by feding the pigs or other means. BIandages must be regularly e.xainined and renewed, at least once a week. F.ine culti'ationi will also help to destroy the caterpillars wiich.miay be in tlhe soil neat the trees. On ly thoroughly sound fruit mpst be stored .A .riuse not only makes the decay of that fruit certain, but en dangers those adloining. A short cut to good health in the country is more fruit' and ...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

- usiness men should consider before sending away or printing to firins whlio ]iyae onl? ~ ieir oty ?velfare at heart and don't care 1io'y our own locality pro gressese, w" st tet i local printer liis always to'study thle yolfare of his oWn locality, Sywatching and teco?iing any movcmpent Ihat tends to tihe a?llancemnient of tle dis ýrict. as a iwhole. We n ldont blame the foreign printer at all, but tht to'~lnsinan, "whose one aim should be to support local industry wheiiever practicableL and. in the matter of li?'rinting we can prove he jsaa'no "get-away" at all. - If he has his doubts let him gi!?eus a trial, and a 'con u'tfanthd 6f hiis o! ders o us is assured.

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEMS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

GEMS OF TnOriGIHT. A golden chain may chafe as badly as an iron One. Alountains of ditficulty always ap- pear steeper at a distance. A nman's prosp?erity can only be measured by its effect on his heart. \'hat we? lack is not more talents, but more purpose with those we have. Alost men begin to save after they have spent all. The' world-spoiler has no use for the steady toiler. a4.e-not is a greater hindrance to success than cannot. The secret'df success, says Disraeli, is constancy of purpose. The measure of a man's goodness is not the'ill he avoids, but the good lie does. Employment is so essential to hu'ilan happiness that indolence is fully considdre' d the motther of misery. people" generally admire only the exterior ofa'yman, and pass by what is within the mind, vhic?, alone .is worthy to be estcemd andd valuad. Happiness, though iti may not seem so, is far niore "dependatIt upon patiently doing the hiest we can than upon any temporary triumph wie ilnay attain. Work, play, stud...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN EXPENSIVE INSURANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

AN EXPENSIVE INSURANCE, The great Powers of Europe to gether spend 'on Iiational' defence £1 1 000 000 a'year, which represents about nine hundred and ninety tons of gold. Imagine (says a writer) a rail way train of ninety-nine trucks loaded wit h sovereigns instead of coals, alnd you have what the live ereat atioins in in Europe collect every year to keep up their arnmies and navies. Their navies are really more unreasonable than their armies. The navy of Russia is' a scandal to civilisation. She lihas no out-lying possessions, no ocean routes or coast lines requirinl naval deeifce, and the whiole bf 1her nmerchant vessels, sailing and steam, large and small, put toget'ler, are not worth three millions of money yet eveiy y'ea shei spends twice 'that amounit in protecting , theni. Ier total nwr l:ant tonnage is a litte over half a niillion, ani her navy costs her ovel six nfilions or at the rate of £12 a year for every ton of shipping. Gre?at Britain spends l12s 61.: per tond but if...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A LIVER ON STRIKE. THE BREACH HEALED BY BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

A LIJVER ON STRIKE. THE IREAC,IJ JUýALE,) BY DILE BEXNS. J, he man or woman wlho su1lers from a sluggishi liver simply hais an open door for the entrance oF disease. Tll is well : no\wn to medlical nmen, yet, stirangelp,, their tleatmnent for sluggihl liver is not always successful. \ l n1 that great organ o)' Ihe O lody is torpid t'lh whol' systein is disordered. Anyone can"isfL at a glaric'S'that the dan ger signal of the disease is held out. Tle yellow, 'dry skin, a saf'ron-tinged eye, and Ihaggard frce shoj' the Imost obserivant person that the ictinm is in a bad way.' It is as'tonishing hiow imanlly suger in that way. iTalk down the street and the story of a liver on strike can be read it?thie faces 'of every fourth' or fifth pedestrian. n iie is the sap of the :sys tern, and if kept in good order healthy growth results. Ifinot, disease ensues surely as ni?ht ollows day. d 'here fore bile Beans, winch act directly on the liver and digestive organs, have been proved in numberles...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN PRAISE OF APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

IN PRAISE OF APPLES. 4f the heads of families could only be induced to sut,stituite tfieapple=' sound, ;ipe, and lu'cions-for tihe pies, cakes, and sweatnieats with" which tlieir childrei' arce too' often' ijuitiliciously stiuflb'd, there would, we arte coi;'ii:ced, he a initiceable diminution iin the suni total of doctors bill's iin a ';ihgle year, sutticieit to lay in a stock of this de licious f"ruit for a' \ohele ?e?son's' use. Theri? is scuircely an' article of' food more widlely useful and mlore uniivers idly apprreciated thrni tl. appio.' 'A. riaw, ncello iapple is 'digested in' one hour tild' a hall, while boiled cribbage requires five hours.' The iiost 'licalih fult de:ssert tliha cani be plticed on tlhe iable is a bl?l l pple: If talien freely .t breakfast ivitlh course bread a'nd butter,' ithliout neat of 'anry' kind, it has an additional effect' o2i the "geniral systhm, often reimoviing constip'ation, correctin acidities, and cooling 'off feiril'e coniditions more effect...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

J. Subscribers who do not give express notice to th.a contrary, are considered as wvishing to continue thltir subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinu ance of their periodicals, the publisher tmiay continue to send them until arrears are patid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the oltice to which they" are directed, they are held responsible uintil they have settled their hills, and trilered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing publishers, and the papers ard seht to their former direction, tile subscribers are responsible. , 5. Tie courts 'Ihae decided that "re ifusin;g to take periodicals from the oflice or removing or leaviig therm uncalled for is p'rima facie eviJenct. of intentional tfrtd." . If subscribers pav in advshu:te for pleriodicals, they are bound to gi}ve notice o the pullisher, at the end of the tlie, iltuta tliey t'oi not s'lrtto'cn.oi«nun taking' oit, othe"'i.- the publis...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURIIS.S. •Places of intgrest to visit ;n the dis-ý trict, and how far situated :- Place pDistance. iiles. Iarysville .. ... .23 Narklethong . ... .. Fernshaw ... .. -Mallinson's Look-out ... Miallinson's Gully ... 10 ,Condon's Gully .. .. Meyers Creek and Falls... 5 \lathinna Falls ... ... - Jadger River ... Blacks Spur E Etta's. ,len I0 pCoranderrk Blacks Station $ Mt. Riddell 2 ,Gracel urn Creek... ... Gracelurn Weir . . Watts River ...... ?Vatts \Veir ... ... 5 DNt. Juliet (top) ... ... 10

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PEASONS FOR ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

DvTirrisIN? is the chief auxiliary of trade -Tl'ooke Advertising is not. th road to success, but success itself.--lichtrdson. Advertise your business; I owe a'.l sy ,euCcess to it.-P. (' I1tuun?Un. The lilost truthful part of A newspaper is ta advertisemesnts.- Jeersor . Theman who pays more for shop renu ýhan advertising d.oes not know his businea. -ýoýrace ({l cley. How can one man lipow what you wen? ulelpas you ask for it, or what you have t4 iuIl unless you advertise it ?-Mural Ifal stead. " The advertisements: which appear in a publi journal take rank among the most ignificat indications of the state of society. of that time and place.-Dickens. If yot? advcrtise, it gives your place a. reputation around; folks will crowl to your warehouse and keep lively. If you don't want to do anything, keep as still as you ae.-C, I. Trowne.' e There is an absoluto necessity for adveo sising; there is a great eagerness to compete for attention, and no one gets it unless it is ýy gi ing as it...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LAW AS TO PRISONERS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

IFlJl~ LIA A 'o'4) PIISONEI.S - OF T'AR. - "When a ritisih oldier lecomes a prisoner of war, lihe is then guilty of ::n offence 'against the QOueeni anr I h can only clear hiiiisrlf df thie imiputa tion by proving upo:i lis trial ithat it wns imipostilh ;or ihimn to tike any other course without uselessly thurov ing awayis lilfe. Ti le law does not require any soldier io staind still and Le shot down ,?hi 'itlh, Ie h5 hs no further chance of cile,.:ijng the ern:mny or saving his own life ; hut it does require that he .shall be called tpon to e plain the circuinstalics of tlhe surre?rler and so show that ie acted rea o:ialy. I The Quee('s Reg ulation, whiich _are, under the authiority of all Act of Parliabient, 'the Law relating to thie Arlmy, declare that: '" u order to prevent any ot)ier or soldier who uiiy have been ta kes pri soncr of war througl hins ob n ii' t:glect or misconduct froiti obtaiilng. any ad "Vaitagecs under the :loSyal ,ariant for Pay, itc., a court of inquiry is,...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARYSVILLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

MIARYSVILLE RACES. (Prom our Correspondent.) The above races were held on Tues day last, having been postponed from the previous day owing to the wet wcather. The day was perfect, and contrary to general expectations, the course was in splendid order. Strange to say, the best laid plans fell through as regards owners and jocks, the 'book' (the only one) coming out on top. In the Hurdle Race the owner endeavored in vain to convey his wishes to the joclk, and uncomplimentry remarks were exchanged between owner and jock. In the Handicap, two horses started, and shortly after the start the outsider fell, and the good natured jock on the favorite came back about a hundred yards to see if his mate was hurt. Appended are the results: Hurdle Race.-R. Dobson's Ethel, 1; J. Burchall's Dickie, 2. Dlistrict Handicap.-J. Hill's Kil ferer, 1 ; J. Burchall's Dickie, 2. Handicap Trot.-Barnes' Blanco, 1; Burchall's Grace Darling, 2. Handicap Flat Race.-R. Dobson's Ethel, 1 ; J. Collins' Limbert, 2. ...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOOLANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

TOOLANGI. .:o: (From our Correspondent.) A deputation from the Yea River IRailway League waited on the Minister of Railways on Tuesday (10th inst.), to ask foi railway communication to Toolangi. Mr. M'Kenzie, M.L.A., in introducing the deputation, spoke of the great need that existed for the construction of a railway line to Too langi, and felt sure that no line had ever been asked for that possessed better prospects than the one now sought for. He also mentioned that while the departmental estimate for a narrow-gauge line was E£45,000, the estimate for a substantial tram line, as surveyed by Mr. `Valkeden, was only £1500, which, he thought, was quite sufficient to base a request that a proper survey should at once be made. Mr. Rintel then followed, and after quoting many facts and figures in sup port of the claim the district had to railway pommunication, laid special stress on the fact that the .sawmillers (four in number) had been induced to erect their plants on a prom?ise made ...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

CYCLING NQTES, -: o Moderation in all forms of exercise, and especially cycling, (says " Bicycling News ") is a doctrine that cannot be too often preached for the delectation of those human beings who have a natural tendency to "put on weight." The whole question of health and the goodly effects of muscular exercise hang on this vitel issue. From a training point of view the even work ing of the digestive and assimilative organs is more important than the attainment of mere brute strength. There are many perfectly healthy men who are far from being muscular. The natural athlete, i. e. one whose, muscu lar power reaches its maximum with but a minimum of training, suffers little or no organic harm in the process; it is those who are burdened with a superfluity or fatty substance, and who have to train labouriously and restrict the appetite, who are more likely to contract the greatest danger. The latter type of athlete should keep a constant watch on his weight through out the whole o...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

The bowling match arranged for Saturday last between the Healesville and Hawthorn bowlers, on the local green, had to be abandoned owing to the wet weather. MIr. Stephens, who is a member of both clubs, took the visitors up to Fernshaw for an outing. We learn that races are to be held at Buxton on Queen's Birthday.

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. Sir-I am sorry " A Young Fellow's" parents have lost control over him, that he is allotted to labour under such de lusions, and as far as I can judge there has been no attempt made to take care of him. He asks what ground I have for asserting that he is wearing the cap, and almost the next sentence he says, 'if some person made remarks of a dis paraging character, concerning me, would I be satisfied .with a private explanation. I am afraid he has taken to the cap too late to be of any use in restoring his mental faculties to their proper con dition. I may state I do not wear stocking, nor do I have my correspon •dence put into my socks by Father (Father Christmas). However, I would -not impose further on a person in such a critical state of mind, it would be nothing short of taking a mean advan tage, and I am sure all the harm I wish him is that his case may not prove hopeless.-Yours etc.; BLUE METAL.

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

The 6J eaiesville Guardian , T AND GENERAL PRINTING WORKS, CAXSTELLA - Si?tEEl, . nALESVILLE. I - :0: JOB PRINTING OF EVE RY DESCRIPTIQO DQNE QN T[ E PRE.)ISES With Neatnesý and Despatch, The 'f Guardian'" is pi.1lisl-ed every FRIDAY Morning, iii. time to gatce First M~ail. - : --- This Journa1 a4yqqcte 1qcacl irtereqt, qan4 the fqstering of local inckdustry. SIt cqqdernqs the pracuce qf su.p.0,crtiqg fo.reigr lhag GREZAT WINTER S4Lz. L T Our Thirteenth Annual STOCK TAKIENG Ss E. P Beehive Stores, 'LIYDA.LE. A Established 1886. B. MORET co00., According to their usual custom before Stock-taking, will offer the whole A, of their Stock of in First-Class Drapery.. Qpe At Considerable Reductions. " This is a Genuine Sale, Not a Lot of Stock Bought Cheap to Sell Cheap, but GENUINE REDUCTIO:S Of our well-known Stock to reduce it to facilitate Stock-taking. qt For One Month Only I Commenced bi Saturday, July 8, 1899. 1t BONA FIDE BARGAINS. bi Millinery ! Millinery I Ladies' Caps, Jackets, ...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

MRS MUNRO, General Storekeeper, 'NICHOLSQN-STREET, HEALESVILLE, W ISHES to return THANKS to Sher numerous patrons for past support, and hopes that she will con tinue to receive a good share of public patronage. A LARGE STOCK Drapery and Grocery., DRAPERY of the BEST QUALITY - always in stock, ....AT ..... ASONABL .. ti. S. A Large Assortment of GROCERIES, &c., kept on hand, Which will be disposed of ,at MODERATE PRICES, To Suit the Times. WEEKLY .'. HALF - HOLIDAY This Establishment will be CLOSED EVERY WEDNESDAY." at ONE o'clock. Healesville .° Bakery 4ND Cash Grocery. M. WADE EGS to inform the residents of :'Healesville and surrounding-dis trict that having........... PURCHASED THE ABOVE. BUSINESS From F. Rudduck, they solicit a con tinuance of the custom hitherto ac .crded the stbre and: Jakery. They can promise that- All Orders shall have their Best Attention. Nothing but the BEST of' GOODS Kept. FAMILIES WAITED ON FOR ORDERS.L. ITGHEST PRTICES. GIVEN. FOR ALL KINDS OF F...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1600. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 April 1900

PUBLLSIIED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDA Y, APRIL 20,- 1600.: GENERAL NE WS. Subscribers and others will please bear in mind that the business of the "Guardian" is now conducted in the premises situate-at the corner of Cas tella-street, and at one time occupied by Mr. Thos. King as a wine store. The building has now been completely renovated,.and its commodious nature admirably adapts itself for the require ments of our work. Job printing, and all ..such.inecessari work, without which any business must deplete itself, can still be turned out at remunerative charges, with neatness and accuracy, and to the satisfaction of our cus tomers. We are firm belie;ers in sup porting and fostering local industry in the' town iri\wiich we' reside, and thus, instead of placing our 'surplus profits' in a bank for safe keeping, distribute them in the channel of circulation, so that the place might reap' the benefit. This being so, we should be encouraged, and intending clients and those who wish their acc...

Publication Title: Healesville And Yarra Glen Guardian
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