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Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

Law Relating t9 Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinn ance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send therii 'until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. '4. If subscribers move to other places without informing publishers% and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that "re fusing to take periodicals from the olfice or removing or leaving therm uncalled for is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud." 6. If sunbccribera pay in advance for periodicals, they are bound to .give notice to {he publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to continue taking; it, otherwise th...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FEDERATION POLL. A GIGANTIC VOTE RECORDED FOR—127,042. AGAINST—8020. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

FEDERATION. POLL:' A GIGANTIC VOTE -RECORDED FOR-127,042. 'AGAINST-8020. Yesterday war ka red's letter day'ii the annals of' Australid hist'oi,'iid the proceedings marked an elpoch whful will remain indelibly e~iraved ori'n lie h minds of tbose thousands Who voited for the acceptance' of the :Cboino ni wealth Bill for time eternal. WViheth'ei it he for weal or woe, the people of the colony of Victoria 'liy their voteabr t yesterday, have flung off the" shackles -which have weig-iedlieavily upon th~iii : in the past, and have, almost with %one voice, exclaiine'd, .'Federation, Ayd'! c " One People 'anid onb Destinu:."" Whethp.r the step taken is one thift will supply all the adequate '.wanits 'which' ti~e advocates'" of: :Federation: -cl rim for it,' his ye' toý' e prov'en likt cl lookinir'it in the fii ture ligtr, thiere i looms'il-trouiigi the t ilii haze: bf os scurity'ieat"li proilafl tes and po- t thilitieid"f Whiich we have as '-yt- litt?'~ conce?pti'ii' A's "in'' all other grt...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO DEAL WITH THE UNEMPLOYED. (Conclusion.) (Recently a member of the Victorian Parliament.) CHAPTER II.—A Rude Awakening. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

NOW TO DEAL WITH THE UNE9IPLOYED. (Conclusion.) BY J."W. FOSTER ROGERS. (Recently a member of the Victorian, Parliament.) CHAPTER II.-A Rude Awakening. Macaulay summed up the causes of the decadence of Spain in two words 'BAD GOVERNMENT-! In Victoria statesmanship is dead, killed by the Melbourne morning Press, which has tried in vain to usurp the functions of Government. Your king maker cannot govern; but he can mis goverri. The Press can criticise and counsel, but not construct. In can gain absolute power, as in the days of Marat, in Paris, during The Terror, when that gentle editor, by the simple l process of prorcribing hundreds of in nocent citizens in his morning paper, sent them straight to the guillotine. Statecraft and presscraft have each their proper, functions;, but it is bad for all when their' operations clash. Each is supreme in its own sphere. But the . Melbourne Daily Press has tried to bear sovereign sway, and-has ignominiously failed. The Melbourne Press cannot go...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) A COMPLAINT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

SCORRESPONDENCE. (We do iiot: necessarily endorse' the opinions of our corresporidents.) , .ACOMPLAINT... TO; THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. .R, Would ypu kindly,grant- me space In your columns .to draw public atterition to the action of two,of our local councillors in reference ,o. the. woodcutting on the Don Road. .Some poor; struggling men cut. this .wod thinkingthey might, be .doing a..good turn, not only to those. two gentlemen, but for the council also, by partly learing "the road for nothing; this wood being absolutely unfit for any other purpose, hut..for. -rewood, for which, after their hard ,labor, they would only have afew; shillings to pay the lc al tradespeople. ;Nov, sir, those very tradespeople wish this .wqd: to,he conhfiscated and,the, stumpg.grnubbed, Wit X ask, are those ,uniiortdak&.rnen, to'id all t his work for1 noth.ipg t ;Hav4e. those two councilljranygpodi eeling or are they .totallyinhuman 1: Thank-: ing you in anticipation-Yours, &c., RATEPAYE...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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DISCOVERY AT BOX HILL. IMPORTANT DISCLOSURES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

]ISCOYERY AT BOX HILL. IMPORTANT DISOLOSURES. A report having reached us that a discovery had been made at Box Hill, which would prove of great interest to the general public, we at once dis patched a reporter to the scene to gather full and reliable information. We are indebted to Mrs. J. S. Francis, of Victoria Crescent, for the descrip tion supplied. This lady very cour teoesly received our representative, and in reply to him said : "I have been a resident in Australia for some time, having come. out here in the R.M.S. Orient about 18 years ago. I nm well-known at Box iill, and this latter fact should add weight to my statements. Now to deal with the sre!ject of your visit. I have for the last 16 years been a great martyr; disease after disease attacked me until 1 became a victim to various com plhints, including general debility, bronchitis, asthma, dropsy, rheumatism, ... weak nessof" the :lbartl: 'My dis covery Is that Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people are an unfailing ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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RECREATION PAVILION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

"RECREATION PAVILION.... TO THE EDITOR OF THE. OUAUDIAN. SIR,--Being in. Healesville. on, a :holiday,,,I, ,on Saturday last, visited .the: Recreation Reserve for, the .pur pose of ,witnessing the football match between the Ilealesville and -Coran derrk footballers. I was on the ground a while before the ganme con menced; and. was struck with astonish ment at seeing-a number of the players" undressing and putting 'o; their foot ball costume in the front obf the pavilion, in full view- of those who wended their way to the 'ground to witness- the 'encounter, and amongst .the spectators' vas a sprinkling f thlie. fair sex. I enquired of a person who .w$s standing near me how was it that .the players did not use the pavilion to dress: thninselires: in, anid was informed that it va?gs locked, that the key had been. ent~ : for, hut could not he oh= taitied. No reason was assigned why. Ithe key 'should be withheld, land .I thnk: thikthose who control the reserve hhouid see that this does no...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

Courts of Petty Sessions. Courts will be held during the year 1899 at the undermentioned places, at the .hons, and on the dates hereinafter respectively tont, viz.-- . t, I - . l .. Nnof Court.. Hotir. Jan. Feb. Marcli. April. 'May. Juo. July. Ag. . Sep. Oct. NoV Dec.. Heidelberg 1 ... 10 16,o0f 3013,tf 27 13,o0 27 10,Ot 24 15;o t 20 12,"t 20 10,t. 24 7;'t 21' A,ot 18 2,1t 16,13, 270 11 30't Yarra G? n '. .. 9.30 18 15 15. 12 10 7 5;?-- 2, 0 27 -25 . 2:2. ' 13 SP. '. He-iilov.ille ... 2.30 190 16 .160 130 110 8 . 6 39, 310 280 260 23)i). 140. A. 51. Lilydal. ... 9.30 6,01- 1)3,f+ 10,3,' ;10. 7,t 14. 5, 12. 29, 16, 7, 14, 4, 11, l,8,1506, IS3, l,0 1.8 15, . - '20, 27 17, 2.1 17,24 !1, 28ot19, 260t 23,t .30.21,0-o28 18,ot025 22, 29 20, 27 17, 24 22, 2. Andlero'a Crck 11 9D 0? 60° 040: 80 5° 3.0310. 2$8 .250 23 *200 18 Eltlhull; . . 11 1049 .7 74* 11 0 Go " 40 10 0 -260 . 24 . 1 12* QuceiclVn ... 11 23 .200 20- 17 22 19 :17. 140 11 1; 4 Ferntre Ofly, ... 9 24 .- .210 21-°. . 180 '230 ....

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

ErTRakrs FROM GAME AND FISHEIES AOcts. 54.Vict. No. 1095, clause 5.-Wilfully de atroyii~g; netting, or using other means for killfing or taking imported game at any tinie. Pei?alty-£2 and value of bird or animal (see schedule below). Clause U.-Do. do. native game during close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to bS for each bird or animal. Claitse 7.-Buying, selling, or knowingly hai?lng in possession, house, or control, any iii ported game or natiLre game during close seasbii. Penalty-Iniported game, £5 and lie of bird or animal ; native gamne Clause 8.-Taking eggs out of or destroy inguest cf imported or native game, or hav ing eigs in possession. Penalty-0ls. each egg. i Clause ll.-Laying poison for or poison iiig game. Penalty-£10O and value of bird "{or animal destroyed or injured. 54 Vict. No. 1093. clause 35.--Taking, !.ling, .orexposiug for sale any fieh during close'aeason ,or sue'n fish. Penaity-Žrot ;i -- +.ban £20. and forfeiture of fish: ,

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

TuL WHuOLE YEAI : irLL bird, except sparrows and minas, nos ildigeunous to Australia, and their produce (includin0 eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus ,tard or wild turkey, Californian quail; deer, *epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great .kingfisheir or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-hihls, magpies, magpie larks, owls, rpartridg's, pieasa:ints. .. .es, podargua -r miop6kee, r'.i:,., as-), southern atone .plover or'curlew, ',vallows, warblers, white :sWans, wrens. S JU.'N 14 TO DECEMBER 20 : SBlack swan, emu, wild geese of all kiho.. S.AUGUST 1 TO IFEBRUARY 28 : Brounze-winged or other wild pigeonin. quail: r Acsco 1 ito DECEiMBR 20. All birds kn'iin as cranes, siuch as herous, egrets &c. ;' all honey-drite's ekeept wattle b l ds. aud. leither.heads:; ll' kingfisheis iather than the laughing jackass ; allmem: ihers . the grauculus .family ;, avo.et; bittern black cockatoos, coach whip?-bird, cuekoigang gang 'acockatoos, lanri rail, aill' fit~er menubhirs/of the rail f...

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AN ASTOUNDING CURE IN MELBOURNE. THE MIRACULOUS ESCAPE OF A COLLINGWOOD LADY. THE AWFUL EFFECTS OF A COLD. BILE BEANS DO GOOD WORK AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

AN ASTOUNlMING CEUR. IN MELBOJURNLE. THE MIRACULOUS ESOAPE OF "A COLLINGWOOD LADY. THE AWFUL EFFEOTS OF: A COLD. BILE BEANS DO GOOD WORK AGAIN. Here is an astounding core of a Melbourne tesident. :Mrs Mary Laid law, of 31 Ballaratstreet, Oollingwood, Melbourne, who declares that she was in the fir.' stage of consumption and that Bile Beans effected a remark able cure.. Read- her story as told to a reporter of the " Mercury " :-She said "I benan to feel in bad health cigil teen months ago, se the ralt of a Hevere oold caught, I think, " by sleeping in a damp bed. I gradtially got worse wlntil an attack of 'ipueunuonmi ensued, and though Irecovere'd it left me very weak aind ill, and with a frequent.. cough.. -I -tOok various medicines, but without result, and in a time the cold had settled on my oungs, The cough got worse withatheexpectoration, and at' length it,becaute, clear that I had consumption of the, lungs. As the; weeks passed. by I .caame thinner and dwinded: away, to A' ske...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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YARRA TRACK. MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

YARIR, TIRACK. MINIlNI NE\VS. The Stocknt:;R,'s lRewar, hms wtdshecl up for the splendidl yield of 106oz. for two week's crushing. The faces and stopes are showing good gold. .)'h drive fronti wirize htas heen driven 110 feet north and BG freet south. The reef in the north "itud' is about tiltie inchte, h,ut:it is rs aaier in the south end and of poorer quility. MIrssrs: Duck worth Bros, have a show about three miles south-east front Stockman's, the.reef.,:being of the same class as Stockaltticsi, and is about five inches wide at.' the surface, carrying good gold." and Wvidaning as sunk on,. The stone being raised is stated to be worth 6bz. per.? teon. ,Shaw's claim, a few hundred' fetwst.' of Stockman's , though on a differen? line, is also look ing well. .It is probablle a battery will be erected shortly, as it is now under offer. to a local ingn, on terms, for the erection of it plapit. Two sluicirig ,laims have started operations by cutting riices, etc., lower, `down the. Big Ri...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

FOOTBALL.` As it was confidently anticipated .that the Lilydale cluh"b woild play the return match " with 'ealesvillhe"' on Saturday last, nearly forty players lined up on the'recreation' reserve to do battle for.the local, club,: .but they were disappointed, as :word, was., re ceived on that day thatthieLilydale club was unable to get together a teata :.to visit HEealesville, and that it was. improbable, any more, mathbes would. be played by .them during the re: mainder of the season. General dis. gust was expressed by'prtiilinent memn. bers associated with the liore :.clul. at the action of their neighhboring.oppo nents, and as an earnest that the local players wish to decide:'the'suprentmacy between them and Lilydal,-a challeaige will shortly be issued by the- secretary of the ':locals- to' the ft hat the Healesville club are pIrep?ared to play 'ilydale for a supper on the local ground. .In .nma-kin tlet proviso. it must: be allowed that in view of an ac ceptance of the gauntlet ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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AN APOLOGY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

AN APOLOGY - T'O THE EDITOR OF THE.GITARDIAN. Sir,--At a meeting of the.:congre pation of the.Preshyter;ian. Church on Cthe 19th ,inst.,. called.: to. consider a motion, notice ..of which had been "given by.Mr. Cornish, the motion was. not. gproceeded with owing to that gentleman being absent. Mr. Cornish's apology, as follows, was unintention ally omitted to be. read":-" To the See. Presbyterian Church. Dear Sir; Owing to an engagement made prior to any knowledge of the date of your congregational meeting, I am unable to be present to-morrow evening to morve the motion standing in my name, please accept my regrets, and believe mre, 'yours truly-J. Cons!sH." Will you kindly insert above apology in justice to Mr. Cornish.-Yours, &c., W. BLANKSBY, , 5 :Hon. Sec. Presbyterian Church. m Healesville, 27th July.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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THE FIRE BRIGADE BELL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

THE tFIRE- BRIGADE BELL. ':-.TO THE EDITORI OF THE GUARDIAN. Sir,-Soinp inonths ago, I am. sorry. to say, there arrived in Healesv.ille,. after a lot of trouble, a lirebell, which was placed in the council's yard.(free "of all cost) with the assurance of some of the councillors that it would be erected at once for the use of the rate-. pjyers and fire lrigade, in place of tihe "tinpot" now doing service. When 16! behold ! Or. Matthews comes to the fronit (alibut the only timne lfe has ,ever lbeAn to .the front): and cries, ."!Hld V!'L- us put this alitter off for a while ";muclh to the disgust of .he townspeople. How.evr, the bell is not erected, and the inattter is now .forgotten. But, sir, this niay enlighten. .that member, that the ratepayers of. this town will not stand such disgrace: ful 1ungling,'iand at next election will elect men who will display a little .,comrmnon sense ar.d interest on their be half. It is the duty of councillors to attend to this niatter at ronce, or ma...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

GAZETTE NOTICES. The following notices appeared in C last week'ti Gaizette:- . Applications for Mining Leases Ap-: 1 proveild-Casdtmaine 'District--W. H. Carlyonazireanoothler,. Ysrra Glen G.M. Co., No Lahility,'.28a. 3r., Steel's" Creek, Yarra Glen, pariah Burgoyne. l Contracts Accepted--To and from Healesville and Badger Creek State . School, mail Service, six days -a week,. from 17th May, : 1899; to 16th _No- * nemher, 18909 at -the rate, of. £7 .6s. I Iper annum, W.. Broderick t For widening and.. re-clearing Track 65, from. Enoch's.. Poin. at Kelly's Store, to Stockman's crossing, junction I of :Stockman's. and, Mount Arnold branches. .Length, .16 miles 60 chains. -F. W.. Krwan, £43 7s. Applicatipns for Licences Approved l -A. R. Dowling, 32a., parish War burton.. . Transfers Registered at the Office of Titles - Margargaret C. M'Arth'r to Clarendon Jas. Seager, Narbethong, parish Buxton, 660 acres. An enterprising Victorian is peti tioning the Government to allow, him to. exper...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1899. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINOS. FRIDAY. JULY 28, 1899. GENERAL NE WsS.' • -- o0: Y" . :?++++: Some dissatisfaction was expreused yesterday at the action of the-Deputy Returning Officer at Lilydale sending up a poll clerk from that place to assist at the federation poll,, when there:were men in Healesville • both competent and willing- to undertake the duty. Messrs. Alexander and Furmston were asked to take the positions of :deputy .returning officer and poll clerk, but?as .the latter gentleman could not a6t--~ie having to stay at his dffice to?'issue electors' rights up to 5 o'clock he wrote back to that effect, and mentioned a. gentleman's -: name who was willing to accept the office' of poll -clerk. This individual lso wrote, applying for: the pasition, but no notice appears to- : have been taken of either cobmimniiation;, and thus money which should 'have been circulated in the town goes else where. We understand -' tha't this action is going to be brought-uider the notice of the auth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

A FEW INSTANCES OF POSITIVE CURES, It Is Needless for Outsiders to say CAN'T.When it HAS. VITADATIO, THE MIRACLE WORKER. "I thank God that Mr Palmer persuaded me to take the medicine." • ' " Thms speaks Mr. A. J. Wylie, cured of consumption in its lst stages'; also, a reverend gentlemen, speak ing on the same subject, sta.es. " Thanks to God and VITADATIO. he in a per-ect miracle." Mime Hocking, Marvborough.sa:1s:-"The doctors calied It congested enlarged liverc. I was persuaded to try VITADATIO; It has been a blessing. I feel cons deat that VITADATIO has r:-rd me a very paiaful and serlious operation." Mr. F. W.- Hohne, president No. I District U.A.O.D., eight years employed Messrs. Perry and Co, timber nlcrchats-five years great suffeeer, life was a burden : a friend, a great believer in YITADATIO, made me promise to try it ; I did so; the doctor said It was hydatids : VITADATIO cured me : thoroughly restored to perfect hea'th: Mr. Johnston, to Princess Street. Kew, a life-long su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

T .... -OF THE UIVER n Abso ute Cure0 The Oase of Mrs. Sarah Hal.. (From the "lWindsor Gazitte.") (BY o'u sPECIAL REPORTER.) A REPRESENTATIVE Of this paper called on Mrs. Hall, who lives next the railway line at Richmond, N.S.W. "You have been ill, I believe," said the reporter ? " Yes, replied Mrs. Hall, but I am pleased to say I am better now. The start of my sickness was obstinate consatipation, which for a long time Defied Every ldioclicino I tried. Owing to the weakening effect of purgative medicines I was obliged to discard them, and, anyhow, they were of no real use, for I found they only tended to con firm the constipation instead of curing it. [NOTE.-Mrse. Hall is quite correct in her opinion here. The tee of purginq pills only aggravates complaints of the digestive tract. The organs get educated to the use of the drastic . cathartics of which pills are composed. The temporary relief is alone due to the e:charotic and irritant action on the secretory glanuls. The dose has t...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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THE "REVIEW OF REVIEWS." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

THEE "?IEVI? E OF Rh?VI?WS." WVe have reeeoved the -nerent nun' her of the " Review of Reviews" for the month of July. The petiodical abounds with varied and Interesting articles of up-to-date nmoment, its chief contents comprising a. frontispiece, en titled " The Mother Queen at Home," and reading matter under the head of The History of the Month, Diary and Obituary, History of the Month in Caricature, The Australian Eleven in England (the first Test Match), Some Pages of a Busy Life, Character Sketches, Leading Articles in the Re views, The Reviews Reviewed, A Criticism of Australian Poetry, Two Books of the Month (The Yellow Puzzle--What should be clone with China 7), Some Notab,le Books, Busi ness Department. :4;,r.cial arrange nmnts havy' been mtd'e with leading English cricketers to -ntrirhute articles hearing on the Test Miatche-s, the first of which, writt-n ,y U. B. Fry, ep pears in the number received. Inci dents of tihe gamme are: r,'.i~lcted by illus tration, and pr-sit ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899

¶CI n THE '~: .... . "~ : .. . . . . . . : • I Ilealesville ". Guardian" S' ..-AN GENERAL P114NTN5WR' , A ,TELLA - ,TREEl " EALESVfI LE. 0**1 SJ01B PRINTING . I I. .t~F EsVaRY DEsoR[PryoN DO SE ON TI1E P,R\tE Witl? Neatness and Despaitch The " Guardiali' is jub isiid every FRIDA Morainfg, in time to c atch First Mail v1, lc i ndlist -· . . . .. "' i - : ' ?' .? -., .c-' ... . .i,:: · : " ' , 2 -' ,. I-da"s 3 ce f o •a . : ,, . . .. : ' . ; . . . ; " .,h r ??":;" ?i S.e: ' - G iafiL s Sub ii; .4}ied. ''~' .':FYiB& : Moamg in xme to ate?,Fr..s, ·ail· -:. .· ... ; I ·· :: ... !"?? i . . ' . ..7... ?L " ,~~ ~ ?' I -6d~?ili?•p~~"'?.upfigf~~iao,. . ... . .. .. .. . ... ? • " • . . . . ?: ? °' ? i , ?' : ; ? : ·': ? ' ,.; 'i • , ,' , ".- ... " ?. ,"? ':o . ' ':"a : . ; 'J ? ":r, ', ; ? : : ; .:'' ii,; : .'-A . .. " " " ' " " . ... . :.: : •? " • : , ,? , : -. ', .. ·._ · , ?,? ! r , * . :? ;, . ~ ;:' : . GILT VWINTE1 SALE. Our Thirteenth iAnnual'". Beehive Stores, LILYDALE. 'Establ...

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