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The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1898. News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 February 1898
®fy @tarbiax. Scribendi recfe supere. et principium etfons PUILISIIED) SATURDAY MORNINGS. :SA T1URDL A 1', IEBRUARY 19,1898. ews of the h Week. " So0JI THINGS NOT CONSUMED."- There was,a large congregation at the Preslyterian Church on Sunday even ing last., when Mr. Bruce gave a special address in reference to the recent bush fires, his sub~ject being "Some things not consumed." The rev. gentleman took as his text: Psalm 125, 1. "They that trust in the Lord shall be asMount 'Zion, which cannot be removed, but alideth for ever," and preached an-im pr.ssive sermon. The collection, which has been handed to the Central Relief fund, ainounted to L1 4s. 8d. hREVISIos COURT.-At the Revision Court at Healesville,on Thursday. Mr. Keogh;.P.4I., struck 3 names off the Ratepayers' Roll, and 7 off the General List,for the Healesville division and 39 off the Ratepayers Roll and 2 off tne -eneral list for the Warburton division. 'The 1Courthwa tci?he- adjourned -till Saturday, the 26th inist.,.dw...
Wood's Point Road. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 February 1898
Wood's Point itself, apart from prospects of. its mines, has a go-ahead community;', and, judging from the new buildings-recently erected, it en- M joys a'fair amount of prosperity. The l one drawback) complained of is want w of better communication with the e: outside world. Every ton of goods se they., consume cost, from £8 to £14 us for carriage alone. Literally im prisoned within a narrow gorge be tween . two rock-faced : meuntains,' which rise as steep as the roof of a house, the town is difficult of access. Although the prospedts of the dis trict developing into a very fine min iig centre are' most cheering, at the present time there is nothing to war- n rent the enormous expenditure neces sary to connect the place with a rail- f way system of the colony, as was s was shown by the' evidence given to the Railway Standing Committee. On the other hand, Victoria can ill afford to allow obstacles to remain in the way of adding *to her already large gold-mining industry. The ques St...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 February 1898
iui. t &8 ira..'I *,AIýd1L CRtO :t1GSOnd GODR RtOES_ " BARMERS aid' Ftl UIT ROWERS i the wish of BEEHIVE STORES, Malin ?Strtec, ,I IT · :I) .i- _ E Established 1886. Who in anticipation of it Good Season hlave nmle Extoesive' Purchases of DRAPERY, BOOTS and SH-OES. Latest Novelties in DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, FANCY GOODS, :BOLEROS SEQUZI COLLAR ETTa:s. NEW "STOCK" COLLARS & 1\£I LLI g T-- B Trimmed Milligery speciality Dressmaking by a FIRST-..,LASS IIAND Fit Style' and Workmanship Guaranteed. Fancy Prints, Muslins, Nainsooks, 'Batistes, Zephyrs, Canvas Cloths. CalicoAs, Slheitings Drills, HIollands, Stripedd Galat:eas. Fancy Drills. CLOTHING DEPTABTMENT. Men's, Youth's, and Boy's Suits, Trousers & Vests. Trousers. FULL ASSORTED STOCK OF NEW GOODS. Hats, Shirts, Collars andiTies. Suits to Measure. Fit Guaranteed., BOOTSI Largest Stock in the. District. Best Makers Only. - BEST,:GOODS"' '" .i· g-Note the Following Prices: s. D Best Roller Floor, per bag 29 0 No...
A WONDERFUL SUCCESS In CURING ALL INCURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by W. MENTIPLAY AND SON, No matter what your complaint may be, chronic or otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 February 1898
A WONDERFUL-SUCCESS: In CURING ALL IlNCURAIBLE DISEASES 11a.; 1 tetn attiajined by 'It. 3EETI!ILrAY AND) SON, hrinr..ic or ot Iezrº 1st'., Our c fer .' ourr'IPrlI ii PrPr.ptir: timt~prt. sort ni rs 11i(1 wLhat ni kr' them 11itlO r',"tlt.y tire I, ELI A BLE. NW'ts \ uccssfllv CUll E ii¶ foI1nwjio. tltixe'ti..S:sll )'hl ids wtit Ii Hiandr Pai~nirit ai x I, >:jIItli~riu, 'lyphoid anid otathr feeveirs, Live"r ii'mI d '.*rs,* ;- Ii~hea a tins - ~ilt, r B1rr sd a, t1rira pliusr, N'rva us D"ibilily in liam Is anl ti f.:aijI*, Pile's, Sciatict~a iind L~1ts 111(a sri swam" ft mis the Islood itl1 1l4 ";;i iririiiu~i . srll,stanº"e's E,"zl,"ll: andd .1 iii idice. \V'I al-so cut~e A-it hiasit 1 utitor - Fits, Cati~rrt. Si-arvy, hid Is.!.s, sm-talc atendl tll ntievIrxlle iltiet eisiemi,.. Out hair re-storers is the' mnos. rej!i:ºlde. Wýý e me' ol vicelt. 'rtit, ti ,,,"~n lair qerastlls a riti it for ad' ic,' hSaltid 5'elr* .iIs, t tttsp fatl rsply. W.'i \itt1Iipvy sisn, mill he. in i-an -t'in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 February 1898
LOST MANHOOD. .yermts Debility. lyl.ish F'olly, &e. Patmphlt. p'oted Tree. shoowit svtfferor- how to cure themselves at h,.un.* without Ntdirinfl. Address, AMKRICAN Krnnui DInRN," Elhzabeth itreet. Melbourne. Oriental Female Pills- T .' .lrity Siithotif.fail. Anv cans". qPure and sfte. Box,poated, ft; ed. Wri:e Mr. GARFIELD, agent, West Collins. street; Melbourne. - :.., . - Latest London Sensation - e?n . ,' : vel-. ecnlbined Price 3., ~ osAted any colonn. Write H A. DR IEON, Flinder+letreet. MIelhonrne.-?- ,-. Ce?nts' ate4t Aimnric n Preventatlve, simple, Wait .1r G:ARFIELUT, V .. siine-ýetir Hrelbourne - IRONMONGER CASH GROCER AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER a?cthrone Terrace, eAalevilll . T he following are some of the prices. No. 1 A Sugar 15s. per 70 lb. Bag 2s. 8d. a doz. lbs. New Currants 6 d,. per lb. New Raisins 5 I per lb. Choice Teas Is. to Is. 6d.. per Id. A reduction of Id. perlb. off 10 lb. boxes, 2d. per lb. on. half chests. Tapioca ; 81bs. for Is. White Sago 81bs. f...
Mr. Mentiplay [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 February 1898
l1r. *MIentiplay,- ir, I leg to tender you my.sincerest thanks for the won derful cure you 'peiformnd 'on my child. The said child when about 11 tiionths old' oritracted a cold 'which turned to Bronchitis' and afterwards .to -doul,le, Pneumonia, .and was for weeks. laying at death's door; thlin worst of all he got that dreaded disease Marasmus, from which so.mnany children ': pine away and ..die. ~HIe gradually wasted away,; till at'last !he` got ·so ; in''l ' niiId frail' that .we tlhou; 1t evry day would lia his lIst; and .for the last. few weeks. Ifbir~ taking him to you we just,..mairaeil to kevtp hli- alitm . on veak ti,'ri,ldy and watir. )nrinu thii whole of. this tiine the: child:: haul the attendlceainc arid advi,'ue of soime of t-ll Iest. DoIp torse in theI colony for which I ppidl a good s, ?in1 of. titoiney. As a ,i,? re source- I w:.ln- itnduced to tk '.lit. child to you tilth the folloe iig r."yult that 'in. lets .ihtit otie \;e.ek under your. s.?tccsifuttl Irtirmt ht' ...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 February 1898
.r Olose Soason for Game, g5o. TimE WnIOLz YEA : ALL.birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, epithianuras, fan-tails, flycatchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants, platypus, podargus or mopokes, robins, seals, southern storie plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white' swans, wrens. ' ; JUNE 14 To DECEMBER 20 : Black.wao, enmu, wild geese of all kinds. AucusT 1 To FEBRVcuA 28 : "Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons. quail. AUGUST I to DECEMBER 20. All birds known as cranes, siich as herons, egret'; &c., ;all honey;eaters except ,wa 1e. birds cand 'leather-heads all kingfishers othtrhau lihe laughing ]ackass; ;ll I em bers .of the grauculus .fafiaily,!; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos;,coachl-whip-bird, cuckoos, gang gang cockato's, land-rail, all other memibers of ...
Railway Refreshments. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898
11ai1way aefreshments. Summer time now brings thousands of tourists regularly from Melbourne to Yarra Glen and Healesville. After travelling 24 miles in far from the best class of carriages, at a rate that reminds one of those famous trains on the west coast of New Zealand, where tourists find it quicker to get out and walk, the passenger is brought to Lilydale by what is sometimes sarcastically called near town, the Lilydale Expiess,i be cause it is so slow, and there the train stops from 5 to 15 minutes. Nine passe-ngers out of ten. thoroughly ex hausted and thirsty anxiously look about for refreshments; but, with the: exception" of a tap and a dribbling filter, with sometimes good and some times indifferent water, there is no thing, absolutely nothing, to be ob tained.. "Needs must where the old gentleman drives, and so filthy tramp or chinaman and delicate lady alike rush indiscriminately for the regula tion iron abomination, resembling most a dirty pewter spoon, chained on to t...
THE YOUNG FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898
We are pleased to inform our youth ful readers that in future at intend to devdie a portion of our space to their especial benefit. We propose to have it written as much as possible hy children and with this end in view we will offer every weekc a haindsoome prize volume. The next ernipetition is for a letter written to Uncle Ruhe, telling hlim anythiing in. teresting and cohcise. A'short anie,r dote wciuld ,:he avCteptatle. The In:mi: muii ln its htltaiittl,le for this comupe tinin will be 100, divided as follows: Colnposition, 30 ; Matter, 30; Spellinig, 15 Punctuation, 15; W\Vritin,, 10. The best letters received every wieek will he published in the paper. All letters must hle. handed iin not later than 12 noon on Thursday. This competition is open to all child ren under the a:1c of 16 ; ruid contribu tions are invited. UxccLaRUHIse.-1 otof Uncle P~UI e's cmontri-hutors seeml to t?e take.n up with visits of the in?spector, hop-pickinig and holidays ; so for one week lie talkes a ...
Yarra Glen. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898
iAtC ameeting of the Yarra Glen :l'acing Olub held on Mionday. the 21st t?l, ;it was decided.to hold';, a-meetihg on Easter Monday, 11th April. .A mixed programme was arrangetd as follows:-Handicap for horses of 10 sovs, distance, one mile; and Handicap of 8 sovs., six furlongs; Hack R?tce and high-jumping contest; tilso stand ing block handicap, chopping match,. and underhand handicap chopping match.
A Lady Athlete. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898
A Lady Athlete: A woman need not necessarily be come an athlete to fit herself for the duties of wifehood or motherhood. If she will obey common-sense rules of health and be sure that the organs that constitute her womanhood are always healthy lpd strong, she will be a capable and healthy wife and mother, If a wo man suffers fromn B'liousness, Indigos tion, Headache, Female Ailments, Con stipation, Dizziness, Fulness after Eat ing, Buzzing in the head, etc., etc., she should at' once obtain a box of Bile fBeans. They are one of the safest and surest purlative medicines on the mar. ket, and, unlike mosto laxative rý.uil.dies; they ect d..u ct on th.* ,ile iducts, caus: injg tlh liver to secu,-te and e.tst iii: crea,e.J quzaitit,;. of :is fluid into thd idowe?s, tihus fluaing th'ie saue out as a stream of uwater would a drain. A Bile Bean taken now and then will keep or.e free from digestive troubles,, their: attendant evil, and dangerous baftelr effects. They are the specific of tha ...
District News. Toolangi. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898
District N ews. ----- Toolai; A fair number of residents of. this place assembled at Mr.' Bassett's. resi dence on Sunday afternoon last, to wit ness the presentation to Mrs. Bassett of a very nice dinner service, by a large number of her rteighbours in recogni. tion of her kindness in taking charge of the mail bag. The presentation was made by Mr. Rintel, who in a short speech, expressed the pleasure it gave him on behalf of the subscribers, to ask Mrs. Bassett's acceptance of the gift ac companied as it was with all good wishes and referred to the kindly way in wliich the duties pei-taiing to the charge had been carried out. lt?e trusted that, the recipien't would long enjoy the confid "ence and esteem in wthiih tie is 1,Idl. Mr. Bassett, in a few we!l-chosen words, on behalf of his wife thanked those 'present for their kinduess. Afternoon tea was then served by the hostess, and after an hour's chatting by the ladies the gathering dispersetd.
The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1898. Wood's Point Neutrality. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898
PWfy - @1taruiaf. Scribendi rccte sapere est principium et fons SPUBII.ISHED SATURDAY MIORNINGS. SA TURDI Y, FEB IUARY 26C 1898. 'Wood's Point Neutrality. The Wood's Point Standard in its last issue says:-The Healesville people now propose that their shire raise a .loan of £2000 to repair the Healesville portinri of the road, and we' think it extremely probably that the proposal le ear. id out. It. will be remem Ihered that the position saken up by W6ods'Point is one of neutrality. We want the road that cin be soonest re paired, and we ask the Government to chbse a road and repair it. This is a very modest request.. As far as we oan see it is a wise stand to take. By doinlgso we leave the: Minister unem harassed to act in the hest interests of the country, This road question is a national matter, and ifwe ,became em broiled in dispjutes with either one or other of the shires interested the Go vernment might placidly wait till such an indefinable wrangle, as it would certainly prove ...
The Way to Win a Lady's Love. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898
Tli? Way "to" Wii'a ?Lady's Love. A good deal has teen said lately in the ivouman's columnns of thi":sif per as to the best way to win the atletoons of the gentler sex. An old experienced hand at the boniness says.lthat thL'I tirst es sent.ial is good natureo and gouid spirits, coupled with na manly physiqlue. Bile Beans are the specific to use to attain this end. They put the digestive organs in perfect condition, ;.aid .the, liver, heart, lungs' action, act as .a tonic to the whole system ; and for such ail ments as Piles, costivenessi indigestion. sour stomach, debility, and lack of energy and pltysidal tone,.they will prove`au undoubted specific. Sold at is. 1-d. per box, they are within the reach of all. They are manufactured in one of the best fitted and eqipped lahoratories iii the world, at Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., and the' fact that they are prescribed by the first physi cians in that country, proves that they are a medicine of no ordiuary merit. Obtainable at all chemist...
Steel's Creek [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898
Steel's Creek The Lilydale cricketers played the first day of their match with this place on the Creek ground. The local team put up a good score, Lovelace 42, and Basset t 78, making the principal scores, with Wilson 15, and J. Hubbard 17, also in the double figures. Lilydale going in, made 50 for the loss of two wickets before the stumps were drawn. The match will be contiuued on Satur day on the sanme ground.
Lilydale. VINEGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898
Lilyclale. SVINEGRO\VERS' ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Yarra Valley Vine growers' Association was held at Bul ler's Crown Hotel on Monday last. t, there being present :--Messi. C. 'de Pury, P. le Castellhi J.:Vettlhr, fl>A: Janson, W., Hutton, and Mi. C. button, S(secretary). Correspondence was received froin the Department of Agriculture in re .foerence to the American phylloxera resisting vine. The association having decided to safeguard the interests of district vignerons by the iintroduction of vines guaranteed to withstand the disease so destructive in various por tions of the colony, application . was made for 500 stocks of the rupestis species. Mr. Mi:rtin, secretary of the department, wrote stating that the order could not be fulfilled, as none were at present available, but seedlings could be supplied. It was decided not to accept the offer, mernmers preferring to wait and secitre the stocks, a 50,000 shipment of being now on the way front Marseilles. On arrival in the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898
KNOCKING AT.. DEATH'S :DOOR I Called back by CLEMENTS TONiC OR:. W. H.1 . HICIKSON Q aaama, Neie South Wale's' writes on October 19th 1896:--Two years ago I was near death's door from an attack 'of influenza; I had ,ben, nursing friends anrd neighboursi suffering: fromn the same comrplaint, and thought I was exempt froth contracting it, but I atis mistaken; After trying' imedicine recoimeridedi aidalso called in a doctor, who doubtless did all he. could for', me, failed to effect a cure. I| then.tried Clements Toinic, aid am happy? to iay I pulled through.- Yours truly, "Guardian" First Prize Competiton. DIRECTIONS--Cut out the Coupon and send it to tie Editor "Guardian," Hiealesville. Each Coupon as it is opened will' he numbered consecutively in the space set apart for that pur. pose. Every hundredth oupon that arrives will. entitle its sender to a quarter's free subscription to the " Guardian's or a handsome bhook-at the option of the winner. That is those who are fortunate,:: en...