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HEALESVILLE v. CORANDERRK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899
-I IIEALESVILLE V. CORANDERRRK c A match, which afforded, spectators an dpportunity. of guaging ,the capa bilities of players comprisingithe above, was played on the recreation ground on Saturday afternoon last, and .re suited in a wil for the former ly one goal, the final roentul, Ieing lMeal 411w a i 6.7, Coranderrkl 5.7.'- "IThdie -:is a gopdi attendance present, and much good-natured lIarracking was indulged in. Bull and M'DougalF $w re the respective captains. The ground was a trifle slippery, albeit.erery.thing was conducive to a good game of football, and in this the onlookers were not dis appointed, for the play -xyas as keen. and' as hotly contested as one could wish to see. The game was made very e fast fromn the start, "and the pace quickly told, for the players'. efforts I slackened visibly after the :first quar- ; ter. - During the -whole.-of the .irst half, the leather, though frequeiitly traversing.the whole ground,'..was re-: peatedly in'Coranderrk territory, with th...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899
CYCLING NOTES. There are rumours of a cycling scan dal bn the tapis in M-elbourn,, and as a result of certain accusations made by Nlr.'E. W. Carey,-editnr of the iMel bourne " Cycling News," a special com neittee has been appointed, coimposed of aMleague representative, the .Mayor , of Melbourne, and a comtnittee-inan i chose lby Mr. Carey .to eniquire into the -allegations of incompetenice and neglect against the league of Victorian i Wheehlmen. Mr.'Carey was asked to place the facts in his.possession- before the League's Executive, but. refused, -owpig to one of the parties involved bemtn~i business man, and consequently the evidedne; if made public, might he harrful to' the party conicerned. If Mr. s Carey is really in possession of evidence-not rumours-of any dis hogiest action on the part of any 'thr tr nLaiue member, then why aim at shieiding the said partyj 1 We believe that the threatened :disclosures. relate to the recent Walker-Martin. match, whic??,as held -under the ausp...
O'HEHIR v. THE RAILWAYS COMMISSIONER. ACTION FOR DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899
O'HEIIIR v. THIE RAILWAYS COHIIISSIONER. ACTION FOR DAMACGES` d An action was commenced in the County Court on Wednesday, before Judge Hamilton and a special jury of o four, by Daniel O'Hehir, of Granton o laborer,'agaisi't'the Victorian Railways a Commissioner ,for. the recoyery. of t £1000 dam,;ages, for injrices said t?o i haive "been" sustairied by" 'plai"ntiff' through the.: negligence' of defendant's " servants or agents, on - 3rd; November ,t of last year. " Mr. A. Skinner (instructed by b 'Messrs. Boothby and Giles);:appeared t1 for the plaintiff; and Mr. Bryant (in- h structed by the Crown Solicitor) for b the defendant. e Mr. Skinner, in iopening the 'case, said that on 3rd November sBine !.re grading works were being carried on t at the railway line between Seymour Lt and Avenel. Suddenly a stone about t( a 'pound. in. iieight, and wfitli sharp edges, flew into he te' tent in which t plairitiff was lying down and. struck. t him bver the left eye, inflicting d pain ful inj...
CONCERT AT THE BADGER CREEK SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 28 July 1899
CONCERT AT. TlIE BADGER, CREEK SCirOOL. On Friday evening last a concert was held'in the above school for. the. ptirpose of raising. funds wherewith: to supplemerit' the amount already.; al lowed hy the Department, anrd wlich is required to defray. the cost of fenc ing in the school ground. It was rather muifortunate that the :'entertainment was so' hurried, and insufficient -pub licity concerning it given, as otheriwisel a grn'ater profit 'would :assuredly have resulted. 'Nevertheless, the attend ance was very fair, .the building being comfortably filled. A number of ladies -and gentlemen-from Ifeales'ville drove out to the school, and assisted the 'cause by contriuting several:: numbers to' the programme. The piano, which was the only one procurable (and, kindly-lent- for:-thl occasion:by Airs. -Holl) was so.. nmuh outof .repair that `thn vocalipt ar d ,aconop riiste eore' at a idecided disadvantage--throughout th'i evening:i Mr.: W. Blanksi'y occu pled the chair, and in a short- ...
WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
7EAT ZIS AN AD 7 A? Arnerican'paper thus defines it: The life-blood of modern business. A money-maker, getter, and saver. A flash of information to all tho' people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields pure gold' in' large dividends. The key-note of progress in the' march to success. The dealer's sure road to success A medium for the increase of! businesB. That which booms the pluce ands eniib.hes the advertiser. A means of communicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligent people, profiting sender and receiver. Personal and public benefits are derived from its judicious application. A notice that brings beet returns "or least money. The corner-store of the Temple ofP For'tune. The power Tat keeps trade in' motion. 1'he electric power concealing tracas
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
Liver & idney Trouble. CLEME TS TONIC Sa ves His LUfe (BY Our. sPECIAL REPOR.) "I wAs seized," said Mr. Bornasconi, "with violent pains across the back." Our reporter was seated opposite the speaker in Mr. ]ernasconi's residence, at Guildford, near Sydney, and was taking careful notes of all that he said. " And," continued Mr. Bernssconi, "iclosely following upon these pains came with me. I felt great lassitude and had no inclination to moe about. I didn't caref for mosely food, and when it was brught to me I told my wife to tako it away, as I couldn't bear to look at it. If people spoke to me it irritated me, for I took no interest in what they said, and I felt as though it was too much trouble to speak. At last I only said yes and no when spoken to. When I stood up suddenly I should Feel so Dizay. that "I wan forced to cling to my. chair for support." " How long did you continue in this state ?" "=For nine months," answered Mr. aer'nasconi, "and during the latter portion o...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
SThus "Paul Pry" in the Woods Point STANDARD':-" Three years ago there was great talk about the Yarra Track, and all it would do for this dis trict by bringing" Woodspaint into closer communication with Melbourne; The Jamieson people got very anxious, as the advent of the Yarra Track would, they thought, degrade Jamieson from its position of being the depot of the mountains, though it is perfectly clear that whatever would tend to settle population in the district would benefit Jamieson. I do not blame them for not going baldheaded for the Yarra Track, though I believe .Cr. T. D. G. was once a warm advocate for the Warburton road. Well, after many years talk and agitation, the Yarra Tra,:l: still renmains unrepaired, the teams have been taken ofi, and the Jamic?on carriers have not only re trined the WVoodapoint trallic, but have securted the greater part of Matlcck and Jericho, the council assisting 'Sy extracting considerale snmls of nmoney from the Gorernment to keep the roads in...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
IHealesIle Post antd Tellegraph Post office open from' 9 a.m. to 0 p.m. Telegraph ollice open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.1n. Post office savings bank open from 10 ".m. to 3 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Mails close for Melbourne ) 10.30 a.m. . and and - Daily. Intermediate 7.15 p.m. J Marysville M nd~I - 9.30 r..m. Daily. Narhethong j Mails arrive from 1Melbourne, &c., 9.40 a.m., 2.40 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Daily. Marysville and 7 p.m. Daily. Narbethong MISS A. CHAPMiAN, Postmistress.
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
The N.S.W. League are considering the advisability of replenishing their exchequer by running a big race meet ing in Sydney in October next, the carnival to extend over four Saturdays. It is proposed to give prize money totalling about £400, the principal at traction being a paced tournament be tween eight of the best riders in Aus tralia, the competitors to be paced by the Dunlop de Dion Boulton motor tandems, which aret capable of reeling off 33 miles an hour. Further details of the meeting will be available in the course of a week or so. Mr. E. W. Carey, editor of the iMel bourne " Cycling News," published in last week's issue the whole facts in re ference to the Walker-Martin match. The charges laid are that the stake of £100 and the bet between Martin and Walker of £100 to £50 were fictitious, and that.they were fabricated sim,piy to draw the public, and further that the contestants were each to take a third of the profits of the meeting, the remaining third to go to the St. Ki...
THE RACE OF BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
THE RACE OF BOOTS. I dreamt Inst nihtIT saw a race Of all th e oots in the place. They camnp p to the starting gate, As if fihtinfor in:mightv stake; And. wheni the crowd with one'acc.ord, cried out "Thev're off," ;I, with bated breath, gazed on And heard th. people shout, Hurrah !" I saw in rrvy vision the wneak disappear As the'end of tlhe toilsome journey drew near, And the heat thejy+ n i'ith ganieness and plnck.-" As they left all the cherip stuff alone in the:rulck : - But just as I'thouglt it would..be a good rare . Farlev's Bnots came out and .assumed pride of tlihe place. " And the bookmakers'nlookerT sick; And the- crqwd tIhe:, gathered round the And "a?ked vwhlo n thie race : The. j?dge' toonk nff his har"and ~iid, Harley's Boots ! Sitffin p. •Repairs nentl dii?':st the Boont Ioapi ..tjl oppogito Grand hTotel. 7o -
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
Law Relatinge to Nowspapers./J 1. Subscribers who do not give. express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription.. 2. If subscribers order the discontinu ance of their periodicals, theo pt?lishecr may continue to send them 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 fromrn the office :or removing or leaving them uncalled for 'is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud." 6. If subscribers pay in advance for periodicals, they are bound to give- notice to the publisher, at the end of the tithie, that they do not wish to cotminue taking it, othe...
BANKS' DRAIN REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
.BANKS' DRA'N REVIVER., JIr there is one matter more than another. which has engrossed the hiten, tion of the public men of Elealesville for a period of time, certain it is that Banks' drain has been a sore point over which there has been much hag gling, and from present appearances the apparent antipathy which .the loca! municipal body-have shown towards the question is not to he allowed to con tinue, but in all probability will .break out in more violent form upon the heads of those whose duty it was to grapple with the matter when first it was demanded of themr. The spirit of procrastination which the Heales ville Shire Cbuncillors have shown in the past towards this matter is far from commendatory, and by their ac tion on Monday last in voting that an open drain shnr-? be constracted in- a central portion of the town, they have virtually paved for themselves a path which, if followed, will entail that corporate body in law suits and costs, the ultimate ending of which is yet har...
GEMS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
GEMIS OF THIIO@UGIT. Not failure, but low aim, is crime. The root of all discontent is self-love. It is wonderful how near conceit is to vanity. Trust not him that hath once broken faith. People who have the most power show it the least. Repose that is purchased with labor is the sweetest. Solitude is to the mind what dieting is to the body. Energy and good luck are twins, but energy was born first. Silence is safe. You may be a fool, but if silent. no one can prove it. We are all born to observe good order, but we are not all born to establish it. Nature seldom makes a fool;: she many. furnish the material, but we finish the job ourselves. Our passions were given us to con trol, not to eradicate; we cannot do away with them. Human nature is so constructed that we*-.can judge the" affairs of others better than our own. - A beautiful woman pleases the eye; a good woman pleases the heart. One is a jewel, the other a treasure. Discretion is the salt, and fanc the sugar of life ; the: o...
VICTORIAN MOUNT MORGAN GOLD MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
VI[CTORIAN MiOUNT WA)RGAN I GOLD 193 NE. The following is the report of the cyanide manager (Mr. Henry Wilkin son), dated 15th July, 1899, as pre sented to the meeting of shareholders of, the above gold mining company held on Monday last:- "In ordei to thoroughly test the effect of cyanide on the mineral ore of your mine, I took charge of the cyanide works and battery on the 1st June. As I did not consider the plant sufti-" ciently up to date to give satisfactory results, I decided to make certain alterations, which were necessary, before starting crushing. " These have now been completed, and the. battery commenced crushing on the 20th ult., but owing to the limited number of men at work in the mine (for :economical reasons) the treatment of the 100 tons has teen re tarded. 'IThe mineral ore I find is similar in 'appearance to the ' blue rock' of the Witwatersrand Goldfields, South Africa, with which I am'familar, only its chemical properties are diffe rent, but in; careful and exp...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
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EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
,=RAc1Ts FROM GAME AND FisEntrES ACTS. -54 Vict. No 1005, claunse 5.--Wilfully dle ctrnying, netting, or using other means for killing or ta-kiig iriported game at any time. Penfalty-2 anid value of bird or animal (see schedtle belowy. . o Clause 6.-Do. `do. native game dnriong close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to bis ,for each.bird or animal. Clause7.-cBuying, selliing, or kriowingly iav'inig in possession, house, or control, any Inmported'game or native game during close ýseason. c Penalty-Imported game, £5 and tie of bird or asnimal ; native gamo C?uIae S.--Taking eggs out of or destrcy ;angiest cf iniporteil or native game, or hav ing eggs ini.p;ssssion. Penalty--l0s. e ch Claue 1'.-Layin' potion f.:r or poi.on in, rie.n e.-- "Ptcn =ty "16. anti. vaiat?oo. bird or aninud tl estyecd forirrured. zi. .5 .5 N Vidt. No. 1033. " " --'ing. el.,? ' or '*x. gAn foir . e any h , close eisen' for .01 h rkh'I i'nllty-Nins it,- + -n'70. and fi'rfeiture of fisk
A WORD TO AUSTRALIAN MOTHERS. ATTEND TO YOUR DAUGHTERS' HEALTH. READ THIS STORY AND SEE WHAT BILE BEANS HAVE DONE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
A WORD TO AUSTRALIANi M1OTIERS. ATTEND TO. YOUR: DAUGHTERS' HEALTH. READ THIS STORY AND SEE WHAT BILE BEANS HAVE DONE. What greater pains could rend a mother's heart than to'see the lives of her children" blighted by suffering And yet how., frequently have unfortu nate mothers-, been in that unhappy position of ,tbeing obliged to behold their offspring fade away and die for .want of some remedy to arrest the fell "?oand of disease.:. Rad the'atory which Mrs. Groves, of Queen's Road, Lamb ton, Newcastle, related to a reporter of the "Newcastle Herald," concerning the sufferings off her little daughter, Ethel Rose, a child of ten, from liver complaint, consumption of the bowels, congestion of the .lungs, bronchitis, yellow jaundice and kidney troubles, and her subse quentand mar vellouscure by the use. of Bile Beaus. Mrs. Groves' story is as follows: -" From the time the child was three months old she had been troubled with liver com. plaint. While teething, she was affected with .con...
ORIGINAL POETRY. THE WATTS RIVER (FERNSHAW). [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
itrIGINAL POETRY. TIIE WATTS RIVER (FERNsuAw). In the heart of the purple mountain-land, Where none hut tne- fai'ies dwell, Softly singing, a river glides Through tutana nois 'dtlell. You may count the pebbles within its bed, For its waters are crystal-clear, But the secrets of its muinstrelsy Few mortals ever hear ! Idylls pure as a lily-bell, In the sun's gold light it sings Stories told by the wandering birds - Resting their weary wings ! Murmuring in% o'er the grassy meads, It ripples in minor chords But the stern gray bulwark of the rocks It leaps with clang of swords,! Wild flower and fern beside it Wave to its rhythmic time,. They hear but a blithesome melody But the hills a chant sublime I For the fern and the flower have known not M rl :than i 'hrief sweetcday, : But the grand old mouritain'ranges Have looked to God for aye i So with the soul that hearkeneth, Hid in the mortal mould, For some is the mystic ecstasy, For some the ' peace untold!' And the heart that can read t...
LOCAL CHURCH NEWS. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
LOCAL .?CURCH NEWS. [GCOMuicUiCATED.j The Endeavor meeting last week was held in the ? eslihyan Church, the subject beingi'. The. 'Fear Nodta' of the Bible." Ini tiEtheabnenoe of the ap, pointed leader, the- p'esident was in the chair ; ,The meeting was not, specially; btighti 4liit' severalI?isitors were present. Both services were conducted in the pre~iyterian Church' bn .Sunday last. by Mr. Greeni the morning 'atternd ance was,. as .us ual. decidedly sparse, but` was heý-jiri "?h,: average in* the evening:.... The: morning discourse was ;chiefly on the test rtoal of Christianity, while the evening discourse was of an.. evangelical inature,.: The Rev.' E : ; Cha e officiated. at .. ;both services 'at ':t" John's Church of England on Sundaty last to good con gregations. Servicesat: the Methodist Church on Sunday were coniducted in the morn ing by "Mr. Tyle6e, 'sen. and in the evening iby Mr. 'I'ylee, jun. The sub ject choseji in the:.morning was "Christ as a stranger knocking at th...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 4 August 1899
GAZETTE NOTICES. The following notices appeared In last week's Gazette: Return showing the number of per sons who arrived in the colony of Vic toria by sea during the month of .Tune. -Arrivals, 5345 ; Departures, 5252. Companies Act 189G.-The follow ing company will, unless cause is shown to the contrary, at the expira tion of three months from the date thereof, he struck ,if the register, and rlissol ved-The Evel-iyn Observer News paper Company, Limited. From the 1st of August, 1899, no rerlgumn tree is to he felled for saw mill purposes which at height of 5ft from the ground has a girth of less than 7ft Sin.