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A MINING GRIEVANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
A MINING GRIEVANCE. TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. :- SIR,-The importance of the follow ing subject should be well worth inser tion in your valuable paper. The ob-. ject to be obtained 'is to bring before the notice of all those interested: in mining the advisability of getting .the prospecting areaurider the Castlemaine bye-laws improved. As the matter now stands, two men can only take up. an area for prospecting of 320 feet, and 60 feet per man when a company is. being formed. ' This is considered to be altogether inadequate, and is the cause of prospectors having to resort to the expensive system of leasing, where the expense may run up .to £20, and may then have to be abandoned in conse quence of the lode pinching or the shoot of gold not heing within the area of the lease. When this system is contrasted with Gippsland bye-laws, which permits of "500 square yards for a quarts prospecting claim, or Beech worth, with 500 x 250 yards, with the advantage that the prospector cabt ma...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1899. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JULY '14, 1899. GENERAL , NE WS..__ Next month ors. Matthews, Keppel and Robbins resign their seats 'from the shire council. table, and already rumor is responsible for a statement that the retiring members will not be allowed to retain their seats without a contest. Mention has already been made of the names of some gentlemen who desire municipal honors, but the time has not yet arrived for them to disclose their identity. No one seems inclined to. "git their blow in fust," and thus we will have to wait events. The many friends of Mrs. Daly, licensee of the Terminus Hotel, will regret to learn that that lady has been seriously indisposed during the past week. ,On Thursday last she com plained of feeling unwell, and early on Friday morning her condition be came so alarming that the advice of the doctor was sought.. Mr. *M. J. Sheehan, who was in Jamieson that day, was wired for, . and he reached IHealesville about half-past 10 that evening. The oth...
SAD DEATH OF A LAD AT GRACEDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
SAD DEATH OF A LAD/ AT Mr. T. G.. Chandler, J.P., conducted an inquiry on Wednesday at Grace ,dale as to the cause of death of one Hubert Adams, 17 years of age, who expired suddenly the previous day. John Adams, on his oath, stated I am a farmer residing at Boggy Creek. The deceased is my son. His name is Hubert Adams. He was 17 years of age on the 6th March, 1899, to the best of my belief. He was for merly in the employ of Robertson and Moffatt, drapers, of Melbourne. About six months ago he left that situation in consequence of contracting an at tack of typhoid fever. He was laid up for about 12 weeks. He resumed his work againfor abouta .month and left. He proceeded to Berwick on the ad vice of his medical adviser and the solicitation of a friend for the purpose of recruiting his health, as the doctor stated he was suffering from a-weak lung. He stayed about three months, when he became so debilitated, having lost about two stone in weight, and camie to Boggy Creek. During his t...
ARE WOMEN WISE? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
ARE WOMIEN:"WISE? . The nature of. the answer to this luestion will greatly depend upon the personality of the individual to whom the query be addressed. If you.ask the crotchety old bachelor, or the women-hater, you will receive a most passionate "No " for an answer; and if you ask the love-sick young. man, you will receive an equal passionate "Yes" as a reply. But the bachelor, the woman-hater, and the lady wor shipper ' must L all answer ." Yes " to the question, was Mrs.M. J. . Brown, of Gilbert-street, Bowden,: Adelaide, wise when she took Bile. Beans for Liliousness to cure herself of severe attacks of constipation and indigestion from which she, suffered. for twelve years? Read Mrs. Brown's stoijr and judge of the wisdom of her action' for yourselves. "For over twelve years," says the lady, " I suffered from severe constipation and indigestion, .with all the painful and. disagreeable accom panimients that. are known to, every su?irer.r-in constipation. I consulted variousidoc...
HEALESVILLE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
HEALEWVILLE MUTUAL I 1 PROVEMENT SOCIETY. The formationof the above society itd lealesville has " caught on," judg ing from the number of members and the interest taken in the meetings. "Parliameritary Nights" have been the mode of Irocedure at the last two meetings,. being open to the public, and on Wednesday evening last the meeting room was crowded. "A Bill to extend, the .Franchise to Women" was the measure before the House, the first reading:of which was agreed to at the previous sitting. Mr.- C. H. Alexander .filled the position of Speaker, and' in that capacity appeared quite at home, to the entire satisfaction of the House. Mr. Falconbridge, who handled .the Bill, in 'moving .the second reading, said females were entitled to a certain amount of franchise, but not to the same extentias men. He would not f grant the franchise to females of in dependenth?neans; because the law did not pres6l?oithI'e'ii in the saime manner as on those wo 'had to work for their livelihood, and an...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
IHealesville Post and Telegraph Offlice. Post oflice open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph oflice open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post office savings batik open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Mails close for Melbourne 10.30 t.n.,?'. and and Daily. Intermediate) 7.15 p. nm. - Marysville a iand d 9.30 .in. Diiil: Narlietlijng Mails arrive from : M'ellotirnle, &c., .9.40 a. m., 2.40 p.ui., and 7.30 p.m. Daily. Marysville and . 7 p.m. Daily. Narbethiong 5 " MISS A. CI APM AN, Postm is.-ess.
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
Courts will be helh during the year 1899 at the undermentioned place?, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz -_ Namc of C?ouit. H our. Jon. Feb. M. arch. Api:il. May. Jinu. July. Aug. Sep. 0,t. cv. DIc. l-lcuelbr .. 10 16,t 0 13,0 27 183,0' 27 10,-- 24 1'5,Ct 21 12,Ot 2G 10,"t 24 7,t 21 4,1- 18 :2,-Y 16, 13, ! 270t 51 Yarral Geno : '.. 9.30 18 15 15 12 10 7 5) 2,30 27 i3 "2 13 P.M. HeiIletville .. 2.30 ]90 160 10G 130 110 8 6 3,0 310 28" 20 32?0 1 40 A. 8. L... .30 6,-- 13, 3,0 10, 3,t 10. 7,-1 14, 5, 12. 2. , 13 , 7, 14, 4, 11,. 1,8,15 t , I ,1- , 0, 1. s- 5, 20 2 . o20, 27 17, 24 17,24 21, 280t.1 19, t260- 23. 301 1. 28. 18, 0 25 22, 21 20; 7 17, 24 2 1 Andcrson's Crteek 11 9° 60 60' 4° 8g 50 3, 31' 28 2 23 20 18' llthlm i , .. 11 100 7 .7*k' 11 90 (- 4" .1,o 290 2',e 24 '1 1 * Queeneiow ... 11 23 20' 20 17 22 1 17 140 11 ! , 4 ierntee.Gully ..... 1 . 240 . 21' 21J 1 S 283 I 20' 1.80° 115 1 10i 2t8'' 1 * Policc M'gistrate's Visits. t Licensing and WV...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
ExvRacrS FROM GAM £iSO F'rsnrm ssIe ACs. 54 Viet. No. 1095, clauise 5.-Wilfully dra stroying, netting, or using other means for killing or taking imported game at any time. Penalty-£2 and value of bird or animal (see schedule below). Clause G.-Do. do. native game during close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to bs for each bird or animal. Clanse7?-Buying, selling, or knowingly havi;ng in possession, hnonse, or control, any inmported game or native game during close season. Penalty Iniported' game, £5 and tue of bird or anifimal; native game Clause S.-Taking egos out of or destroy g net of imported or native game, or hav ii'n: ggs.in possession. Penalty-?Os. ech Clause 11;-Laying poison for or poisoni ing game' Penalty-£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 1'5 Vict - No: :1003` clause 35.-Taking. si ilipg orexposing for sale any fish during rang agasp fr sih fish ?.r..nalty-Nnt lrhan4 S20 and rorfeitz ci eish TI'9 4 4 ý ý ,il - - l I rý
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
In Memoriam. CHANDLER.-In sad and loving remem brance of my dear daughter, Susie, who died at Healesville on the 11th of July, 1897, aged 16 years. How sudden was her death to us, And great surprise to all, When God did say, you must away, Could she refuse His call. Inserted by her loving mother, sisters, and brother.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
SNLUEN ZA Sis not a cold; it is a fever: which arises from a cold. It is especially prevalent now. First a cold, then a 9 Sdull, drowsy,. heavy feel Sing; then unrest in the | = stomach and distaste for food. These symptoms Sdenote influenza. Sharp, Sboring pains at the back of n 2 the head, feverishness, then coldness, weakness and prostration follow. S Delirium often occurs. Influenza pulls down the Sstrength and leaves the.'" Spatent weak and suscept S ibol to various ailments. ; DR. MLLIVIS' PINKPILLS ; are the best knovn . Sremedy .to prevent and '. Scure .Influenza and its E Safter effects. . 'What iir. Hamilton Hill, the t eminent vocalist, says: * Whitt touring with a Company oil the W:A. gold-fields some time ago,- infiuenz- attacked me Very . severtly. First came a cold and Sloss of:appetite; then I felt null -and drowsy-; the plins in my head - wee fearfnluk.and a. high-v.fevr et - S in and.L became fearfully iv ak.- A.-. ; wellknown physician prescribed S.for me; but the...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
CYCLING NOTES. The action of the Melbourne Bicycle a Club in donating £100 to the Mel- h bourne Charities in honour of the Is twenty-first anniversary of the club, V has been favourably commented upon C throughout all the Australian cycle a press. There are not many cycling m clubs that could afford to make such a al handsome donation, and it speaks la volumes for the management of the ki premier Australian cycling club that 0 they are in a positton to donate such B1 a large sum to the Charities. P As a lightning pick-me-up, Bour- tI rillion, the famous French flier, re commends a cup of strong, hot, black coffee, taken without sugar or milk, and drunk as quickly as possible. t Cyclists who occasionally have " bad a times" whilst touring should give this tip a trial, and they will be surprised at the reviving properties of the black coffee. W. Martin has not struck his hest t* form yet, and again suffered defeat at the Charters Towers (Q.) meeting, be a having to give away absjurd s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
A FEW. ltSTAHCSH - OF POSITIVE CURES., i is' Needless tdir otsilers .to .say CAN'T When it HAS. . VITADATIO, THE MIRACLE WORKER, I thiank God that- Mr Palmer petsuaded me to take the medicine." Thus.speaks Mr. A. J. Wylie, ctted of consumption . in its.last stages: also; as-recvered gentlemen, speak ingu on the same eubject, ststev.!.Thbantks to God and VITADATIO, he is a pcicct ;itiracle.' Miss Hocking, bIarybdratiglc i .. - "Trhe'doctors calleid it oesed enlaricdlliwc.. wasc pesuaded to try Vt.IADArTIo; it'.hJis.bcit a htessing, .I fe'el co' ?bnn6snr that ViTADA'TIO has .r'-"d me a very: . painful anotl serious operation,:A " -'' : Mr. IF .W. Hothne..presidept No,. I District. U.A.O'D., eight vyears emploed .lessrs. Perry and ,- Co, timber merchant?s --Oe'e"ears ; eiat S'tiete', life . was ..4.l burden-; a- friend-.s-.grea-t I- ~iver in VITADA'ltO, 'nad!iejSrq;iiie tor t t i .l.did so; thkbdiloclor said it was l 1dac?s? F lI[ADATIO cured - te-: thtori.ihly restored-t.ope *hthih.; ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
We draw attention to the sale of freehold property and other effects to be conducted by H. B. Ive and Co. at Narhethofig on' Saturday, 22nd July. Full particulars are given in an adver-, tisement elsewhere concerning the various lots to be submitted, and there is but. little doubt that there 'will be brisk comnpetition for the snug 7 roomed homestead wlhich is to be knocked down without reserve. As the situation is a most desirable oie, and the 'conveniences attaching to the property are all in excellent order, the auctioneer should have little trouble iri.disposing of properties which have so much to recomniend them. The Grand National Carnival was opened on Saturday at" Flemington under the auspices of the Victoria Racing Club, and the afternoon being fine the function was very numerously .patrotiised by the public. The racing programme provided some exciting sport. Chief interest centered in the Grand National Hurdle Race, in which So' It, one of the hottest favorites on redeird,...
HOW TO DEAL WITH THE UNEMPLOYED. (Recently a member of the Victorian Parliament.) CHAPTER I.—A Seven Years' Sleep. (Continued.) WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH THEM? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
HOW'TO DEAL WITH THE . UNEMPLOYED. BrF J. W. FOSTER ROGERS. (Recently a member of the y.ictorian Parliament.) CHAPTER I.-A :Seveni Years' Sleep. '(Continued.) WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH THEM Are we to send them into ,vinter quarters, and then away next summer, because we have no land to put them on, no money to do it with, no mental resource, and no energy to makle a profit out of their valuable labour, to the benefit of, the whole people? ' It ill becomes men who" vaunt themselves of "bull-dog breed " to whine that they can't do. this, and they haven't got that, and that we must import a cargo of brains from New Zealand or from England before anything can he done to turn this new stream of profit ablie labour on to our owvri willing lands. But ;what will become of thie poor ex porters if this new legion of unemployed -settles dp."n in 'Victoria,, to interfere with the export trade ip: grain,.by. con summing'our heaveli:sent harveskt here, where. it was grown : .Petlhaps the :iiiied wisd...
THE CATHOLIC CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
THE CATHOLIC CONCERT. The annual concert in aid of the Healesville R.C. Church was brought off on Monday evening last, and was an undoubted success, both from a financial as well as musical point of view.' The hall, as on previous occa sions for this annual treat, was taxed to its utmost; in fact, some could not gain admission. Mr. C. H. Alexander, in whose hands the management of the concert was, had everything in proper order, and prior to the commencement of-the entertaintient came on to. the platform and stated that any conduct of an unseemly character would not be tolerated by the management, and this had the desired effect, the '" small-boy " nuisance being kept fairly well within bounds. The orchestra, under the conductorship of Mr. P. A. Burt, .was a decided acquisition to the proceed ings, and, if kept together, should be a . decided improvement to any musical "' society of the "town. The 'orchestra was composed as follows:-1st violin, Miss Becker; 2nd violin, Miss E. Becke...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
-TIE .:o: OGENERAL PRINTING WORIS, ;".'OASTELLA -STREET, ... , ?EA LJESVILLE .... . GOF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE ON TRLE PREMISES With Neatness anid Despatch. -:o: •;t · :1E ;: ·I ... . . i . . . .. .il :0: - "ths Joutmi advocate ilocal iriterets, fand the fostering of ki lcal industry. Ic condemnns the practice of. spportiiig foreign labor. 'i.:~i ~ 1 -·9 · .. ii ·t o :a :P ~4~r4,TN . .I • O SEE .- • ,X Z .· , . .~ILLE With Neatness :and .Despatch~i. , . •~ . ... : . ".The " Guardiian". is -3ubi7iished everg "FaID/ZY ... .: ~ ~. - . . 1; " ? ·. ... .? : ,?orrSng', in ti~me to catch,.First I.M~aii. .... . . . . ; 0 "?: __ .. ' . . ? . :.;. · .. ..;· · ; · · ' ; · > ! . . , : · . .: , / . - ·. · i I ;· i, .. . . ..h'i? f]oilrhal :"a'd.octs;"(l ",::-ocal ': ide rs? ,?nd :?the ...,,ca ' ~ilg St ' ... . loc8 i dustry ,. :.· .. . . ; :':! !/ ! ;:, ii, , Our Thirteenth-Annual' STOCK- TAKING SAlA.E Beehive Stores, LILYDALE. Established 1886. c .. OR, y &EY 0Co., According to their...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
THE t WuOLs YEAR: ALL birds, e·xeept iparrows and minus, not °indigenous to-Austraii-a, an', their produce inucluding eggs), antelope, bea-eaters, bus. turd or wiid turkey, Californian quail, dear, sepitiianuras, fan-tails, fly-catch.ers, great Skingfisher-or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyrcablrds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, : partridges, pheasante. -. . .-s, podargue or mopokes, rl?o. nal;, southern stone plover or-curleow; ;wallows, Warblers, white swe?as, wrens. Jeunc 14 TO DECEMSBE- 20 : Black'swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds. AUGUST 1 To TiK).IUARY 28 : Brouze-winged? or other wild pigeons. quail. AUGtST I to DscEMBiER 20. All birds known as orn.es, sunch as herons, egrets, &o. I all honey-eaters except wattle birds and Icather-heads f all kingfishers ether than the -laughing Jackass; all mem hers of the graucnlus family ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos,, coach-whip-bird, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all other members of the rail family, porphyric, ...
DEATH AT TOOLANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
DEATH AT TOOLANGI. &nbsp; A magisterial inquiry was held at &nbsp; Toolangi on Monday last by T. G. &nbsp; Chandler, J.P., touching the death of &nbsp; a young married woman named Julia &nbsp; Anne Florence Norton. &nbsp; Alfred Charles Norton, on oath, &nbsp; stated :—I am a laborer, at present &nbsp; residing at Toolangi. I came here on &nbsp; the 26th February, 1898, and took the &nbsp; house where I am at present in No- &nbsp; vember last. The deceased is my wife, &nbsp; and her name is Julia Anne Florence &nbsp; Norton. She was born on the 6th &nbsp; March, 1879. I have been married to &nbsp; her since the 18th December, 1896. I &nbsp; was married at Wangaratta, and her &nbsp; maiden name was Mellor. She for- &nbsp; formerly resided at Chiltern. We had ol issue of a sun, his age is now two &nbsp; years. On the 3rd inst. deceased...
WHAT IS AN AD ? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 July 1899
.Ai American paper thus defies it: . The,life-blood.of modern business.... A money-maker,,getteri and saver. A flash of informationto all the people. : ."he&lever:of trade.. The minie .that yields- pure o'gld:-in large dividends. 1-The. k'ey-note -of progress -in the march to success. The de.aler's spre road to success,. SA.,l nium .,for the. increase of business, That- which booms the place and. enrul:ies the ad'-ertiser. :: A means of communicating items of interes% fwide nawake people . An intellige?t message to intelligent ,eoa?ii; pr'ith'i'ng seii er and receiver. Perisonar and publio benefits are derived firom its judicious applicationi. A .notice that "rings best returns 8r-least nroneyi Thie ;cohier-stone' of the Temple of ;Fortuue.... . .. . . T.he. power '4'a. - k'`'s p trade in "mo.tla . .. . . .: . . ;i.- the eleotric power: concealing trace -. s . ..