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HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
IIIaAL'ESVILIE SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above council was held in the Council Chamber on Monday last, 29th October; Present-Ors. Sloss, Bailey, Sheehan, Crowley, MD'Gretton, and Furmston. In the ab.entce of the President, Cr. Slos ywas voted to the ohair, on the motion of Ors. Sheehan and Furuestqn, CORRESPONDENCE. From George $. Matthews, as fol lows :-" Gentlemen,-With feelinga of regret I have to tender you my resignation as a councillor of the shire, owing to mpy leaving the district shortly. I desire to express to you and the ratepayers my heartfelt thanks for the kindness and consideration that has been shown to me during the four years past that I haye occupied the position of your colleague and their representative,: Wishing the shire a most prosperous future,-I beg to re main," etc.-Cr. Sheehan moved that the resignation be accepted with regret. Cr. Matthews had been a good council lor, and who ever was elected to fill his position would not be a b...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1900. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
IlJj QitaR utha. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2,.1900. GENERAL. NE WS. At the meeting of the Waterworks Trust on 14onday, Comr. Sloss in the chair, the resignation of Comr. Mat thews as chairman to the Trust was received and accepted with regret; and it was decided that the appointment of 'chairman stand over until next meet ing. The Engineer recommended that the water for King's residence in Ieyrie street be taken trom the Castella-street maid, and it was decided that the water would, be laid on, on condition that King pay the cost of service pipe. ,The secretary, in handing in his re signation, said he was getting every thing in connection with Trust put in order, so, as to have. matters in' good condition when the new officers took over the' wbrk. "On the' motion of Comr. Sheehan, all officers of.the Trust are to be given notice that their services will be dispensed with at the endof, the .year. - Hlesignationoswere. th, order, oq t,. day. at the,cuncil meeting on ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
" Mitchell and Hurlstone, Produce and Timber Merchants, Chaff Cutting and Grain Crushing Mills, NICHOLSON-STREET; HEALESVILLE. ALWAYS ONT. SALE Chaff, Maize, Oats, Peas, Bran, Pollard, Barley, Potatoes, Straw, &Lc. FLOUR AT SPECIALLY LOW PRICES. Agents for-Sun Insurance Office, Korumburra and, Outtrim Coal, Melbourne City Council Manures, Bonedust, Phosphates, &c. Also for FRUIT TREES of all kinds. l FRUIT CASES, RASPBERRY BUCKETS, STRAWBERRY BOXES, t KEPT IN STOCK. Garden Seeds and. Grasses. of- All. hlinds. HARDWOOD TIMBER OF ALL SIZES. CEMENT AND LIME IN ANY. QUANTITY. Also, Horse and Cattle Medicines, oils, Greases, &c., &c. T. W. STORiY, Manager BOco, TS os HOes. W. J. TIA.RLEY, HAVING a Large Assorted, Stock of-BOOTS and SHOES, is Selling them, at MOST, REASONABLE PRICES.. Having the Largest Stock iA tlhe' Dstrict, and doing the Largest. Trade, he can SELL BELOW ALL OT'HEIES. MIen's Xatertights are well known from 6s. Od. to 15s. 6d. Men's Boot0...
REASONS FOR ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
REASONS FOR ADVERi'niN G. \DVE:RTISING is the chief aukilIiay of trad" -Tool.e Advertising is not. tlih iroad to success, bC iccess itsel-f.- I:ichaddson. Advertise your Ihusiuess: I owe a'. m: uccess to it.-1P. '' Liarnmm. The most truthful part of t newspaper i :s advertisements.--Jri, sorn. The mian who pays more for shop ren ian advertising does not know his business -Jlo,uce G. edely. How can one man know what you wen' Mless you ask" for it, or what you have . all unless you a0deertise it ?--lurat Hat ead. The advertisements which appear in t ublia journal take rank amn;,g thl mnos signilicaut indications of the state of society f tlhat time and place.-Dickens. If you advertise, it gives your placo reputation around ; folks will crowd to you: wairehouse and keep lively. If you don'' ivant to do anything, keep as still as yo: can.-C. F". Browne. There is an absolute necessity for adver rising; there is a great e tgerness to compett for attention, and no one gets it unless it i: ...
The Healesville Shire Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
The Healesville :Shire Directory -o-- Counties--Anglesey and Evelyin. Parishes-Buxton. Glenwats;, Monda, N:L.-arzbethong, Stevensons,, and, :part_ of. Province--Solitli-Eastern. Tremhr's.of: Conricil--Hons Jas. Balfour, Wni. Knox, and J. C. Campbell. Electoral District--Evelyn. Division Healesville. iMember of Assembly-E. II, Caiieron. Electoral District-Anglesoy. Division: ---Marysville.: Member of Assembly--M. K, M'Kenzie.
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
FtALESVILTE WAlTER TRUSlT. Constituted 10th January, 1890. Com prising portion of Healesville shire, em bracing an area of about 2750 acres. For supplying Healesville township and pLrt of the parish of Gracedale. Water rate-on tenements, Is. in the pound, based on` luunicipal valuation ' iTnihnum, 20 . Va cant lots, Gd. in the pound ; minimum, 10s. If by measure, 9d. per 1000 gallons. Population supplied, 700. Commissioners---All the members of the Shire Council. G. S. Matthews, chairman. F. H. Cameron, Ml.L.A., Government pominee. Secretary, collector, and works superin tendent-C. H. Alexander. Treasurer-J. Cornish.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
The "Ileaiesville Guardian " AND " GENERAL PRINTING WORKS, CASTELLA - S'tEE1', .. EALESVILLE. -:0:- JOB PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE ON TLIE PREIMISES With Neatness and. Despatch. -?----- : 0 : - The " Guardian" is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First Mail. This Journal advocates local interests, and the fostering of local industry. It condemns the practuce of supporting foreign labor. To Advertisers land Subscribers. THE " GUARDIAN" ---- ·I__L /· -g~lN0WII~~-.I--------- - PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Instead of Saturday, as formerly. ADVERTISERS PLEASE BEAR THIS IN MIND. Close Seasonior- GQam, &0. THE WnOLE YEAS : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their prodnee (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants, ,?.. .as, p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
ALCOHOLIC LIVER. An Injurious Custom Induces, Misery and Melancholy. But now a Heaealthy MYan Again. The Case of MR. A. ERNEST BRAUU. (A Convincing Report.) A' revere and dangerous form of liver trouble often arises fron the it judicious use of alcoholic drinks. Men in certain occupa tions are prone, almost forced by the necessities of their business, to this harmful habit. The wine and spirit merchant, the hotelkeeper, and the c~mmercial traveller, are all apt to fall victims to the courtesies of their trade. This is a fact well known by life insurance comranies and the medical profession ; what is not so will known is that even an extreme case of alcoholic liver may be repaired and made sound again by a proved and tried remedy. Those in doubt should read the followig experierce if, Mr. Ernest Braun, of 161 Uruickthsuk street, South Melbourne, a prosperous general. storekeeper at that addressr , i ell known resident, and one whose word is not open to question : "-I am not a native ...
B[?]LL OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
BDaiL OF RXCliANGE. Bik of iExeange and Promissory Note- £ s. d. Where the amount or value of tile money for which a bill or not.. ~s drawn exceeds £10,000, then for every £50 of tie amount or value, and also for any fractional part of £50 of such altounlt or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of excllhage payable on demand charmtge able with same duty as a promissory note for sallle amount. Embossed stamps must be nsed,wlhich may ,e obtained at all Post Ofilces.) Excr2l[eIs. 1. Draft or-order drawn by -ny banker ir Victoria upon any otlh? hibatiker in Victoria C lot payable to bearer .b to order and used iolely for the purpose of settling Jr clearitu may account between such bankers. t 2. Letter written by a banker in Victoria t :o any otlher banker in Victoria directing tihe Jay)lnillt of any sILi n nlloney', the same eot -eing paiyable to bearer or to order, and AuCeb etter not being relnt or delivered to the ,erson to wlhomt payment is to be made or to any person on his behalt. 3. Letter of cr...
Best Hog for Market. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
nest SLog for Market. Sanders Spencer writes from Great Britain to The Breeder's Gazette as fol lowa: I have no recollection of a time during the last thirty-five years when pig breed ing. and pork manufacturing were so profitable as at present. All kinds of feeding stuffs are very much cheaper with us than a year since, and the price of pork is some 60 per- cent. higher. -In nothing is the changed state of affairs more evident than in the price of pigs about 10. weeks. old. Last year num berasof these were sold" at 2s. 6d. each. Now a good strong store pig of the age is worth about eight times as much. Indeed we have well nigh reached the guinea pig-i. e., one sound and well over the operation of castrating or spay ing. At this price the breeding and rearing of pigs must be profitable even if the cost of food were half as high again as at the present time. In this country, as on the continent, vpeicnlarly in those countries, where considerable attention is paid to the dairying indu...
Minorcas and Leghorns. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
Iflinorcan and Leghorns. AMinorcas, both white and black, lay larger eggs thlan the Leghorns , are. equally prolific. but our experieice would not lead us to think that they ex eel the latter breed: They are nonsitters. They were boouied largely a few years ago, but they never have "obtained, the popfilarity of the Leghorns and are not so well suited for' a farmer's fowl, espe cially in cold climates, on accdniit of their enormous combs and wattles, which become frosted easily. The breed lIa ga od. one with Which to breed `up common stock. Unless they are allpwed to run at large one needs a 10-foot fehiin i,, keep. their within boundsa--ura New Yorker,
GEMS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 November 1900
GEMS OF THOUGHT, -0-- You cannot make others happy with- t out being happy yourself. Some women cannot see anything attractive without a mirror. A crime leaves a mark on the face of s the person committing it. Lazy people serve the wise purpose of making us admire our own ijndus try. There is a time for some. things and a time for all things a time for great things and a time for small things. Constancy of purpose gives success. A dull man gifted with per sistency may succeed, where: a, genius without it fails, It is a very sure thing that we shall never have time to do all the things we intend to do when we get time. Of all fruitless errands the sending of a tear after a day that is gone is the most:fruitless. This is the age of progress, and the true man of the period never comes to a full stop. If no one did anything but what was done well this would be an idle and an unhappy -world. The poorest man has as long a pedi gree as. the greatest, only he knows less about it, that's all...
SHE GAVE AUTHORITY FOR IT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 November 1900
SUE GAVE AUTIIORITY FORItIT, -0 " Don't you think, MAVinerva," said Mr. Backenstots anxiously, as, he. tied the strings o? thle itc?en, apron, f,rmuly around hia weist, and tucked Xtis wiskers carefully behind the. bib to keep them out of the. dish water,' don't you think that we are. carrying this idea of co operation in donu.estic mnatters to ex tremes?, I have been washing dishes for a week now, and; batween tin.,es I have been doig a l,ittle Scriptural read ing, and I can't find in the Bible any authority for men doing kitchen work; on the other hand, wqo>mpn are fre quently spokgn, of in, this connection. . She. looketh well to, the ways of her honsehold,' '.she worketh, willingly with her hands,' shoe. rises} t whilp it is yet night aqd giveth, eat to her house hold ;' these quotations, Minerva, would seem to warrant the coqqltusion that household duties should properly be as signe~ to, the woman." "My dear,', replied hkis wife, '. like the rest of your sex, you are adapted...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 November 1900
CYCLING NOTES, ---0- The Five Miles Amanteur Austra: lasian Championship was decided in Brisbane last week, and resulted iri a win for W. Dowd (Dunlops). C. A. Cameron, of Sydney, represented N.S.W., bLt could not finish closer than sixth. The places were filled by R. Wilson and F. Rickards. This event was run in Sydney last year and was won by Cameron. B. Goodson, the well known amateur crack, has turned professionalan.d will race with the cash riders for the future. Goodson's riding as an amateur has stamped him as a first class pedaller, and he shoqld have 4 good future ahead. Goodson will make his debut as a professional rider at the Austral Race Meeting. A welcome addition has been made to our racing ranks by, the arrival in Syd ney of an American racing teatm con sisting of J. Lawson (who has a world's competition record to hip. credit of 541 sees. for half mile), J. M. Chapman, W. B. Vaughan and C. B,I Bowles. The team is a strong one and should do well in the Colonies.. Laws...
Poultry Notes. Profitable Poultry Breeding for the Local and English Markets. PART VI. Asiatic Breeds.—Cochins. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 November 1900
Foultry -Notes. Profitable Poultry B'reedlin, for the Local m iand Ens lislh Markets. FIron, the Agricultural Gazette of N.S. JV. BT GEORGE BRADSLHAW. -0 PART V. -0 Asisntic IBrecds.--Cochitis. This variety, on their introduction into England, now about fifty years ago, had the honour of giving the first great im pulse to poultry-breeding, and created more excitement than has any variety since. They were regarded as something wonderful in the poultry world. Their praises were sung far and wide and ýlol ý...s i?es °pama for: eggs and birds; and were for a time called the kings of the poultry yards. Like many later day varieties, however, which were unduly boomed, when weighed in the commercial balance they were found wanting, and have long since "taken a back seat." Cochins were first exhibited in 1850, and although many exaggerated stories were told of their "wonderful qualities," still they were then good layers, one authen ticated record being of five hens which laid 120 eggs each...
ON THE WRONG TRACK. BUT GOT RIGHT AT LAST. TERRIBLE SUFFERING OF A CARLTON LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 November 1900
ON THE TWRONG TRACK, -0 BUT GOT RIGHT AT LAST. TERRIBLE SUFFERING OF A CARLTON LADY. "For nine years," remarked Mrs. M'Sherry, of 250 Cardigan-street, Carl ton, to a reporter of the Melbourne "Advocate." "Isuffered very much from a severe cough. I first got it after a serious cold, and then it continued, gradually becoming worse. As a mem ber of my family had suffered from consumiption I thought it must be lung trouble which affected me, and those I consulted were under the same impres sion, Various supposed remedies were bought and taken by me, without the slightest beneti.t As time passed the cough got worse. - After every meal a tickling came ýin my` throat, and I started to violently cough, pot stopping until my food came up. At length this distressing result seriously affected nmy general health. Every day a severe headache, resulting fronm the coqghing, almost distracted me, and .,y friends got alarmed. 1\edicine after medicine I tried in vain, and at lengthl became convinced ...
Contractors to the Army. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 November 1900
Contractors to the Army. A Herculean Scots Grey, passing along Princes-street, Edinburgh, one day, stopped at the Post Office, and called on a street-arab to shine his boots, : The feet of the dragoon were in proportion to his height, and, looking at the tremendous, bots before him, the arab knelt down on the pavement, and called oit. to a chum: SJamie, come 'ower and , gie's a hand; I've got an army contract.' A man is known by the company he keeps out of,
Music as a Sedative in Neuralgia. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 November 1900
MIusic as a SedativeY in' Neuralgia Mr. Gladstone during- the many weeks of acute neuralgia which ushered in the last phase of his fatal illness is said to have found great relief in music. Mr. Herbert Spencer is said to have had recourse to music for the relief of nervous disturbance; and the Empress of Austria is reported to have been cured of neuralgia by certain strains of sound repeated at frequent inter vals. Many other less illustrious sufferers have had their pain charmed away by the same sweet, medicine. The"' music cure" had considerable vogue some time.ago in Germany, and a special hospital for its systematic ap plication was, we believe, established in Munich. It is very probable; the "British 'Medical Journal" thinks, that music acts in such cases by diverting the attention, the pleasant impression overpowering and for the time obliterating the painful sensation. Attempts have, however, been made to show that music-is something more than merely a sweet oblivious antidot...
Lost and Won. CHAPTER X (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 November 1900
Lo- and Won, CHAPTER X (CONTINUED.) SI am thankful,' said Daisy, ' that we are emerging from our obscurity at last. Mamma, we must have a new outfit.' ' Hush !' said her ladyship, with a warning look in my direction. But Daisy only laughed, and gave a coquettish toss of the head. ' I do not mind Maude hearing what I have to say.' ' I have no wish to hear anything,' I remarked; and Daisy laughed again the little laugh that I was learning to detest. As a matter of course, her ladyship had her own way. Galahad sent out I his invitations, but I' think it was just I a trifle against his will. He sought me 1 on the day they were written. 'Maude,' he said, in a half-apologetic I tone, 'I always feel as though you were mistress of the place, I cannot help it, but you ought to be.' ' What, because I am my father's daughter ?' I asked. ' That is no reason.' ' If you had been a boy you must have been master,' he said, with a laugh. 'Yes; but then I am not a boy, and, what is more, I do not wis...