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Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
Courts of Potty Sessioas. Courts vill le hell during the year 1899 it the lindermentioned plwces, at the.hours, and. on the dates hereinafter respectively set nut, viz - Nanieof Couri." Hour. Jan.' Feb. March. "April. May.. June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. N Dci Dec. Hleideil 10: .. 10. .6,°+ 30 13,°t 27 13,0f 27 10,0° 2415, l 29 12,O° 26 10,Ot 24 7,°t 21 4,of 18 *2,t 16, 13, 27,t 11 Yai ro en ... 9.30 18' .15 .15 12 10 7 5.1 2,30 27 25 22 13 Eleales lle ... 2.30 190 160 16 0 13 110 8 6 3,0 310 280 260 230 - 140 Lilyd. ... 9.30 6,0 13, 3,o0 10. 3,0f 10. 7,l- 14, 5,12 . 9, 16. 7, 14, 4,11 1, 8,15Qt. 13,o~f , 10, l- 1315, ,' 20, 27 17, 24' 17,24 21, 280f 19, 260t 23,0 30 21,01.28 18,Of 25 22, 29 20, 27 17, 24 2.2, 29 AndersOn's Creek 1.1 :9 6.i 6'0 194° .- 80 50 30 310 280 .250 . 230 200 1~J Elthai1 .. 11 10 7' 7*: 11 o 9 60 .40 1,0 290 260 240 o 12* Queenit wn "... I1 23 200 20 17 22 19 17 14 :.11 9 f 4 Fernt uly 9.. 9. 240 210 210 180 230 00 180 .1501 i2° 100 289 19 [ * Police Magistrate'...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
CYCLING NOTES. A few weeks, back we published a paragraph stating that an English rider named E. Hale intended emulat ing Yankee Edwards' ride of 100 miles a day for twel've months. By cable we now.learn that Hale has started on his. self-imposed task, but, unlike Edwards, the Englishman bars riding o?n Sundays, so that he will have a complete rest once a :week, which? should help to break the' terrible "Ionotondy of such a ride. It will be remembered that Teddy Edwards al= most succeeded in 'accomplishing his undertaking, but had. to' abandon his ride owing to an attack of typhoid fever, after having ridden over 200,000 miles. Edward Hale is anI English cyclist of considerable ex perience, having been through the mill in six-days contests, so that he should be able to accomplish the ride if any one can. Although the League of Victorian Wheel'iien `have netted some £1600 from .the .nine meetings .held under their auspices, they are considering the advisability of discontinuing, runn...
YELLOW SKIN. WHY IS IT SO PREVALENT IN AUSTRALIA? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
YELLOW SILIN. WHY IS IT SO PREVALENT IN AU TRALIA? Visitors, to 'Australia .have fre- ft quently remarked the prevalence of a peculiar yellowness in the skin of: its residents, especiallyi noticeable in the E faces of the fair sex. "There:are mlny o causes which account, in a more or less c degree,. or this parchmenttlike appear •ance in the skin of our women folk. ° r The excessive heat, coupled with sud den climatic changes and want of out door exercise contribute largely to it. r -Then again, its ,acquirement; is aided f by many disorders. mbr or less pre valent in Australia. *K Melbourne lady, Mrs. K. Kallinan, :residing at 7 1 ..Sydney-street, Collingwood, Victoria, i speaking of the matter riecently, said: 1 -" At one time my. skin was very yellow. It, had a dry, parchment-like -appearance, which certainly presented a atrong contrast, to the healthy color .1" previously .possessed. This yellow ness was. brought on by a severe at tack of facial paralysis which also spread to th...
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
MARY? VILLE. (From our ow,n Correspondent.) Snow started to fall at 7 p.m. on Monday, and continued to fall till Tuesday morning, there lining about eight inches in the township and two, feet on Mt. Bismarck and surrounding ranges. About Buxton it is said to.be the heaviest fall for 20 years. The Healeaville road is in a bad state with limbs that have fallen,-and the council is very backward in clearing them otF.
COUNCILLORS ACCUSED OF FAVORITISM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
COUNCILLORS ACCUSED OF FAVORITISM. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDiAN. Sir,--Allow me space as'a reader of your journal to pass my opinion on our local parliament. .I see there is a good deal of favouritism in connection with certain contracts on the Woods Point Road. There is one who coin pletes his work in fine weather, and the other finishes his two months later, yet the former gets an extra of 5s. per chain, and the amount is passed in full, while the latter, who has had to put up with the wet and cold at similar work, has not yet been paid. Now, in my opinion, I think it about time to ask' a man who knows a little, and who is worthy of a vote, to a seat at the council table to see fair play with both the contractors and the rate payers, otherwise I an, in favor of women against men. Thanking you in anticipation.-Yours, etc., RATEPAYER. Marysville, 8th August. --
TOOLANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
TOOLANGI. FRaor Oslt CORIRESPONDENT. Snow has been falling, for the past 24: hours, and is stated'by several of the.oldest residents to be the heaviest fall ever ex perienced here.- Had it not been .for tile rain it would have reached a depth of nine inches. Large quantities of timber and scrub have fallen in con.iequence, and' many of the splitters' tracks will be blocked. The appearance of the newly-appointed' Grown Lands Bailiff has caused quite a consternation amongst the splitters, and the issue of tt large number of:licences will be the result, the department at last getting some revenue for the large amount of timber removed and destroyed annually. Exception has been taken by the local sawmniller to the granting of a site to a' newcomer, not that the applied for position' in any way interferes with his rights, but merely to satisfy his own" greedy nature. As the success of the proposed railway' largely depends on the starting of some mills, great talk is afoot of applying for...
NARBETHONG. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
%ARBET1IONG. (From our Correspondent.) The long spell of tinie weather broke up on Friday morning when rain fell in tor rents throughout the day and at intervals until Monday night, when the heaviest snow for the past three years began to fall. Up to the present break up, the district has suffered severely from the heavy frosts, the grass being burned up ; stock, how ever, have kept in good condition, and no" losses are reported. Crops, which were put in later than usual, are not making much headway, but some nice vegetables are to be seen. One worthy of a note is a cabbage grown by Mr. John lHodson, which was on show at Wylie's store, Tag gerty, weighing sixteen pounds. 'This is. a splendid growth. Concerning the election things are'very' quiet, no.one being.mentioned as. candi dates from this end, but we expect some one to come forward shortly. The mines up the top end are looking well just now, and in a few months we' will be surprised at what our district can, turn eut.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
A FEW INSTANCES OF POSITIVE CURES. I I ti NPedress for Outsiders to .W :say CA -T Wehen' it HAS. VITADATIO, THE MIRACLE WORKER. "I thank God that Mr Palmer persuaded me to take the medicine." Thus speaks Mr. A. J. Wylie, cured of consumption o tn its last stages also, a reverend guenlemeo, speak Ing oa the same subject, states, ' Thanks to God and' VITADATIO. he is a pe.sect miracle." Miss Hocking, Maryborough, ss~; -"The doctors called It congested enlarged liver. I was persuaded to try VITADATIG ; it has been a blessing. I feel eon~ident that VITADATIO has ta-ed me a very G painful and serious operation." Mr. F. W. Itohne, president No. a District U.A.O.D., right years employed Messrs. Perry and Co., timber merchants--fiSe years great sufferer, life was a burden : a friend, a great .believer In VITADATIO, made me promise to try it ; I did so: - thedoctor said it was hydatids ; .VITAIATIO cured' me; thoroughly restored to perfect health. Mr. Johnston, so Princess Street, Kew,. a li...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1899. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
PUBLSIEIED FRIDAY MORNINGS. t FRIDAY, AUGUST11, 1899. ~GENERAL NEWS, . Owing to the lengthy nature of our reports, and an inflow of correspon- a dence, we are compelled to. condense 1 our general news. We would inform correspondents that to- ensure publication of their letters, it is necessary that the writer's name should be attached, not neces sarily for publication, but as.a guaran tee of good faith. The first concert of the Healesville Harmonic Society for the present sea son takes place towards the end of the present month. The first part of the programme will consist of umiscel laneous items, and the second will lie the cantatia, Cohen's " RXose Maiden." Particulars as to date, etc., will be ad vertised next issue. A general fall of snow occurred in the early part of the week all over the colony. A slight fall occurred in Healesville. on Tuesday.evening, hut there was a heavy fall. on the sur rounding mountains. The .. coach drivers between here and Marysville had a treat on t...
PROSPECTING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
PROSPECTING. ITO TIBE ETDO)O OF TTIM GUARDIAN. Srn,,--Will you kindly insert this re prospecting.. This, matter was corn me ed. scne tLi tuo.'o by Lr.. Kirwin, of Maryaville, who wrote to the secre tary of the Castlemaine Mining Board, -and received the following reply: " I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 23rd ;ultimo, relative to desired amendments of the by-laws in regard to prospecting claims, and to inform you that your views will be considered by this Board at its next sitting. "I may, however, mention that the Board has, for some time past, been re vising the whole of the by-laws, and has already amended the, by-laws in connection with prospecting claims in the direction suggested in your letter.". It is considered that it would be ad visable to hold meetings at Chester ville, Marysville, and Healesville to pass resolutions, and bring the matter before the Castlemaine Board as. speedily as possible. One other matter would be well worth consideri...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
EXTR.ACTS FROM GAME AND FISn.RIP ACTrs.. .54 Viet. No. 1095, clause 5.-Wilfully de atroying, nietting, or using other means for killiig or taking imported game at any time. Penalty-£2 and value of bird or animal (.se schedule below). Clause 6.-Do. do. native game "during close season. Penalty--£2 in addition to be for each bird or animal. Clause 7.-Buying, selling, or knowingly. having in possession, house, or control, any imported game or native game during close season. Penalty-Imported game, £5 and lue of bird or animal ; native' game Clause 8.-Taking eggs out of or destroy ingnest of imported or native game, or hav ing eggs in possession. Penalty-1Od. each egg. Clause 11.-Laying poison for or poison iug game. Penalty-£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 54 Vict. No. 1093. clause 35.-Taking, selling, orexposing for sale any fish 'during close season for sudi fish. Penalty-Not rr han £20. and forfeiture of fish. GHiAT WISTEE SALE. .Qur Thirteenth Annual Beehive St...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
1lo0o Soason for Ohms, ,o. THE o HOLE YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their produce Qincluding .eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californianr quail, deer. epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, 'great kingfisher or 'laughing jackass, grouse,' ibis lyre-blrds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. --· . as, podargus or mopokes, "* T,. .,, southern stone plover or curlew; "wallows, warblers, white swVas, wrens..... SJu? 14 To DECEMBER 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds. ' AudiST I To FEnRUARY 28 : Bronze-winged. or .other wild pigeons. quail. . , AUGUST 1. to DECEMBER 20. :A Ir?dls known as crabes, such as hero?ie, gres c. ' all honey.eaters except wattle. birds and leather-heads; all kingfishers other than the. laughing jackass ; all imem birs: of the grauculus -family; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-hbird, cul:Roos, goig gaung cockatoos, lanId ra-il, all fther imenbers of the ra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
1Dr. Williams' Fink 7ills Price, ' •g 2_9. for ale copier Only Bold in M . ITE also offered Substitute. and It boxes Is oest to send direct 15/3 to Dr. Williams' Modeiciho .Con.lnny, co Rocko, TcmnsItt & Co., FIInders St, Melb., Tor the CEKUINE PILLS. REASONS FOR ADVERTEITN. ADVERTISING is the chief auxiliary of tre.d -Tooke Advertising is not' the road to success, but siuccess itself.-Rlichardson. .Advertise your business ; I owe al ' my success to it.-P. T. Barnum. The most truthfuil part of. a newspaper ii its advertisements.-Je?erson. The .man who pays more. for shop. rent than advertising does not know his business -- orace Greeley. .. How can one man.know what you w¶ut unless you ask for it, or what you have. to sell unless you adertise it ?-A-urat Hal, stead. " The. advertisements which appear in a public journal take rank among the most significant indications of the state of society of that time and place.- Dickens. If.-you advertise, it gives your. place..a reputat...
PUBLIC MEETING IN DALY'S HALL. A LIVELY DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
PUBLIC MEETING IN DALY'S HAIL. A LIVELY DISCUSSION. Pursuant to the announcement in our columns last week, a meeting was held in Daly's Hall on Monday even ing to consider the Council's proposed naction of. constructing an open sewer through the centre of the town on that portion of land: recently acquired by-them,iand known as 'Banks'. drain: Despite that rain was falling steadily throughout the` evening, between, 4,0 ','and'l 50 ratepayers attended to hear thWe views 0'. interested speakers aneqnt ,the matter, and in- anticipation dof some likely " passages-at-arms" between them. In this latter they were not disappointed, as thle proceeditgs threa tened at intervals to degenerate into open' disorder 'and tuiiult hut e- ve'I tually the :meeting decide?i by a show tf hands that.an enclosed dirain .would1 he the most acceptable .codistruction. a Mr:. . H. Alexander was appointed; a ti act as secretary during the meeting. Mr. T. G: Chandler (President of t the, Shire) occupied the cha...
FOOTBALL. HEALESVILLE v. YARRA GLEN [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
HEALESVILLE v. YARRA GLE:I The retnrni match hetween tli1 above clubs was played on the local r, serve oni Saturday afternoon last, an'r resulted in the unexpected defeat ot the first-named. The visitors arriveri by the afternoon train I;ringing witlh them i1 men; but Jennings, Russell and Pepper were taken on, and thud the team was composed ,of 18 menl. The local cluh.had a.fairly good teamn. b,?tyethere&wereosome. very " li 'uns".. amongst th. conmbi'nation. Owing to the heavy. rain..of the. previous .fe .i days, the ground was saturated witli water, and enarly. in the game, when rain commenced tolhlhi it was 'appi-, rent that ..the foot'Aill' would be' ofait scramhling.nattii, hnd.. so .it proved. Occasionally there were flashes of very good playiny ..which .players of .both teams were, coispicuot,- but eventually the hall became so sodden that it almost retueid.i.to houhce. It woriid be some what dif?ioult;to give an account of the various quarters' play, as a great "dea...
UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 11 August 1899
11;PPER YARRA S. HIRE COUNCIL.. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above council was held' on Auurnst 1st, when there - were presentl--r. Ryan . (president)j- and Ors. Clark, Goodson, Ml'Kay Tulloch, Wamsley, The minutes of last ordinary, finance, and special meetings :were read and confirmed. Outward correspondence was ap proved.. .. CORRESPONDENCE. From Treasurer of Victoria, notify ing that' the sum of £20 has been inscribed in Victoiian Government Stock towards rinking fund of loin No. 1.-Receive ..l. From Mines Department, re road No. 412, from. end of Little Yarra road on the summit of Divide between La Trohbe and Yarra waters to Neerim road, stating that an inspection by an otficer of the Geological Survey, of the auriferous country which the above mentioned road would provide access to, would be made some time during September nextb and on receipt'of such officer's report, the question of the con struction of the road would receive further consideration.-Received, and Depar...
WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
ET IS A1 AD 9 AR American paper thus defines it : The life-blood of modern Business. A money-maker, getter, apd saver. A flash of information to all the people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields pure gold 1o large dividends. The key-note of progress in t1e march to success. The dealer's sure road to success A medium for the increase of, ousiness. That which booms the place and enriches 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 best returns .or least money. The.corner-stone of the Temple of 'Fortune. The power &at keeps trade in motion. 'The electric power concealing traoe
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
The following anecdote. is told in " Susse: Folks and Sussex Ways ": A gentleman was out driving with his wife, who was noted for her bad temper, and in a narrow road met a waggon, which they had some difficulty in passing. The lady, apparently thinking that the carter was not, mak ing as much haste as he ought to get out of the way, began to rate him pretty freely. Just, however, as they drew clear, the man stepped up to the carriage, and, respectfully touching his hat to the gentleman, asked whether he might say a word. The lady, thinking he was going to apologise for his slowness, interposed, and said very sharply : " Yes, say whatever you have gat to say." Whereupon the man, again touching his hat and looking'very hard at the gentleman, said very quietly: " Sir, I do pity 'ee from the bottom 9,ls ' et' uchn another one at home." The most eUiious trees in the world are those growing on the slopes of the' .Andes, known as the. blanket-trees, .because blankets are made from the bar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
ADVERTISIrs is the chief auxiliary of trade. -Tooke Advertising is not the road to success, but success itself. -Richardson. Advertise your business; I owe all my success to it.-P. T. Ba27IuLn. The most truthful part of x newspaper is its advartiscmenta.--Jeffrson. The man who pays more for shop rent than advertising does not know his business -Jlwrare retici.y. How caLn one man know what you want unless you ask. for it, or what you have to sell unless you ad'ertise it ?--Murat Hal etead..... . , 'The adivertisements which appear in a pubii. journal take rank amoug the most significani t indicatiouta of the state of society of that time and place.-Dackew ... If you .udverti-u, it gives your place a reputation around; folk.. will crowd to your warehouse and keep lively. If you don't want to do anything. keep as still as you can.-CO. F. L'reuene. There is an naluohte necessity for adver tising; there is a great e:geruess to compete for attention,: and no one gets it unless is is by gi...