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THE RACE OF BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
THIE RACE OF BOORTS. r dieamht last ni.hr I saw a tr:ce, Ofall the hMot in tlie place. Thlev can:ue up to the starting gate, As if i~ghtin. for ta mI.?ty stake ; And when the crowd with one ;record. O.reltd (out ?'llievI'r off," I, with hated breath, gazed .And heard the people sIhout, ' Hurrn i" I saiw in Imy vision the weak disappear Asm hie nd of :lie t'ilisom journey drew near, And the bestL they ran with gatieness and pleck, - As they left all the chetap stuff alone in " the tu'k - Bnt just as I tlhoughit it wotiu l ie a gootd Hat-lejy's Ih,?ts talle (lilt landl itislnnedl : pride of place . Aili the book:nakers lookedl sick. Atiil tlie crowd they -githeredl round thie. 'Tl?'jlrldge took off his hit aind said, tlirfy's Boots i Sitting" up. - Rep-i'rs neatly done iat the Boot LIospi tad, opposite Grand Holtel.
FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
All the egg food in creation cannot make the hen lay when she is in moult. Don't send the eggs to market that are found in the hidden nest, for you cannot guarantee their condition. It' is said that the distinction of being" the smallest tree in the world belongs to the Greenland birch. Its height is not quite three inches, yet it covers a radius of two or three feet. If a man is a benefactor to his country who makes two blades of grass grow where one grew before,. how much more is he a benefactor who in creases the number of fowls and im proves, their quality. Among the various classes of our popu!ar domestic fowls there is so wide a range, in size; colour, form and beauty,' that the fancy, of everyone who contemplates breeding poultry ,may.: be gratified readily, however. fastidious that. taste may, be . . To attract bees, an expert says : " If you want bees to visit your garden next summer-and if you know any thing of plant life, you will be aware that bees are a necessity-invite...
A WOMAN'S SUFFERINGS ENDED. THE STORY OF MRS. SELINA WHITE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
ENDED° TIHE STORY OF MRS. SELINA WI ITE. Sit .EAsYs 1 .`"ii MY1 LIFE TO BILE BEANS." The story:of the following remark able cure by Bile Benne of a Melbourne lady, who suffered from long-standing and'acute liver troubles, does not need apy remarks to support it. It will stand by itself. Mrs. Selina White, who resides at No. 5 Market-street. Fitzroy, Melbourne, related the siory of her iiluess and cure to a reporter of the " West Melbourne Gezette," as follows:--"Is is. now about three years," she said,- " since I began to suffer from what the doctor who at tended ine said rather vaguely was liver complaint. To me it seemed in digestion, as.nothing I eat ageed with me. After a meal a weight appeared to lie on my chest, and fl-.tulcnce was nearly.always present. .Soon I began to' oathe food and to grow very ner vos.:' The least thing startled me, and my irritable temper .became a source of domesLic distress. I was subject to frequent flashings of the face, but after a few months this ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
ErXTrsACT FROM GAME AND FISHERuIFS ACTS. 54:Vict. No. 1095,;clause 5.-W-lfully de ,stroying, netting, or using .other.means for killing or taking imported game at any time. Penalty--£2 and valne of bird or animal (see schedule below). : * . Clause 6.-Do. do. native game during 'close season. Penalty--£2 in addition to be foreacb bird or animal. Clause .--Buying, selling, or knowingly having in possession, house, or control, any imported game or native game during close season.ý_ Penalty-Imported game,- £5 and iue of bird or animal ; native game Clause 8.-Taking eggs out of or destroy itg nest of imported or native game, or haiv ing eggs in possession. Penalty-10s. e acti egg. - Clause 11.-Laying poison for or poison ing game. Penalty-£10 and .value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. ; 54 Viet. No. 1093, clause 35.--Taking, selling, or exposing for"sale any fish during :lose season for csucn fish. Ploinaity-Not -re +ihan.£20O and forfeitue of- fish.
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
fieasletsvUe ?oit~'aiie ¶eleerai h * . ; *.*' - Oflce. ; .'iot 6ffice:obpen-from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraphoffice open from. 8.30 a.m...to 8 p.m;. Post. ffice savings bank open from 1 , a,m..-tbo3 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to.12 noon. fo.r M , ails.close for Melbourne " 10.30 a. .and' . .and- . Daily. Intermediate .7.15 p.m. J Matyvilte " -and .' 9.30 a.m. Daily. Žearhethong . S Mails rri'v from- MelbouirAe, &0., 9.40 a.ih., 2.40 p.m., and '" - 7.30 p.m. Daily. aryviire . :.. and. ... 7 p.m. Daily. -alrbethong . MISS A. CHAPMAN, .... . .- . - ".--. '. Postmistress. - "*.:
CORRESPONDENCE. THE WATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
CORRESPONDENCE. THE WATTLE. (To the Editor Healesville Guardian.) SIR,-Now that we are entering upon the season when the wattle appears in all its beauty, and tempts the flower vendors to coummit vandalism by ruth lessly destroying thd tree for the sake of the blossom, permit me to express the hope that some determined steps will be taken to stop a repetition of the disgraceful treatment the wattle received in 1898. If the destroying of the wattle were made e neable, I am sure there would he no further cause for complaint. Trusting you may kindly find space for this letter. Yours, &c.,. TElE BARON.
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
GAZETTE NOTICES. The following notices appeared in last week's Gazette: Licences and Leases under the Land Acts 1869, 1884, 1890, and 1891 Re voked or Declared Void-Walter H. Harris, parish Tarrawarra North, 157 acres. James Farrell, parish Grace dale, 190 acres 1 rood 27 perches. James Walsh, parish Granton, sec. 32, 931 acres. Applications for leases approved Arthur G. Burr, parish Woori Yallock, 204a. Or. 7p. ApplicationA for Licences Approved -William Taylor, parish Gracedale, allot. 125, 41 .aces.. Leases-Tranisfers Registered at the Office of Titles-Christina A. Munck ton to John Findlay, Thornton, parish Taggerty, allot.: 29, sec.: 3, 600 acres. Samuel N. Brook to Susan Jordan, ·Laun hing 'Pldce,;, parish' Woorio Yal lock, allot.,51i .55 acres. i Renewal of Licences for the= year 1899-1900 :approved- -S.. J. Gilmour, parish -Thornton, 15 ' acres. Win. .Nichols, parish Grantori, 670 acres. Applications for Grants Approved -Hugh Clugston, parish Gruyere, 19a. '3r. 35p.
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. "George R. Reid says he is fihancially a ruined man. The 'broken' Reid. Lord Tennysoi, Gdvernor of South Australia, has been favored with aI special corroboree by the aborignals at Oodendatta, and after the dance he called the blacks about him and deliver ed a long temperance lecture, beseech ing them to avoid the curse of strong waters and turn their backs upon beer;: Lord Tennyson does not know the. Australian aboriginal, or he would have spared his breath. The only way to keep the black brother in these parts from booze is to keep the booze from the black brother. He is a teetotaller when he can get nothing stronger tl~an water to drink, and never .get druink as long as those conditions remain. A big member of the Scotch regiment who has plenty of that humor that is denied to Scotchmen by the humorless Cockney who revels in London PuNcu tells of little experiences he has had since donning the kilts. The other Saturday, while the regiment was halt in", a very dir...
PUBLIC HALL FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
PUBLIC HALL FUND. A meeting of the ladies committee: who are working to secure a public hall for Healesville was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Tuesday after noon last. There was a good attend ance, and Miss Cameron occupied the chair. The Secretary's (Mrs. George) re port, as submitted to the meeting, con gratulated the committee on the work accomplished during the past year' The financial position at present shows a credit balance of over £63, besides having material on hand of the value of about £10. It is proposed to. give a theatrical performance shortly, under the management of Mrs. Johnson, and a bazaar will also he held about Christ mas time, the proceeds of which, to gether with the cash now in hand, will, it is thought, enable the committee to commence building about the begin ning of next year. Owing to the difficulty in obtaining a piano when re: quired for entertainments, Mrs. Mat thews suggested that if a eufficien?t number could ,be induced to contribute, hi~'~ e...
SENSATION AT LAIRG. A SUCCESSFUL VENTURE [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
SENSATION AT LAIRG . &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A SUCCESSFUL VENTURE &nbsp; T'here is little if any exaggeration in all that has been written and said of late about the hard times experienced &nbsp; as the result of a succession of bad seasons, general tightness of the money, market', etc.:- We find a few short &nbsp; &nbsp; years have brought about an evolution &nbsp; as unappreciated as unexpected. " In the good old days," we are told, "one &nbsp; could not help making money every &nbsp; thing turned to gold," but now that &nbsp; &nbsp; times are so bad, and what was the rule formerly is the exception, it comes as a relief and pleasure to hear of a succesful venture. It was therefore, with a keen taste for the work that our reporter catching the interest &nbsp; &nbsp; centred in William Gunn's good &nbsp; fortune, hastened to pay that gentle &nbsp; man a call a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
. ' INSTANCES OF POSITIVE CURES, It- s Needless for Outsiders to' - --say CAN'T When it HAS. VITADATIO, THE MIRACLE WORKER. S "I thin.: God' that Mi Palmer persuaded me to take the medicine. .- - . - - . * tu sieaks' MF. A. J. Wvylie, cured of consumption in leavlststlages: also a reverchaen 'cntleimeh, speak n. o the l?me subject, states, 'Thanks to God and. S V1TADAtIlO.he is a peciect m.iracle.' . . s . IMdoklngs Maryborough, si. s :-" The doctors l : ad tcingeated enlarged liver. I Was peisuaded :" ' T - r, VITA DATIO-; it las been -a blessing. I feel .- oneat .tht VITADATIO has.s-ed me 'a, very Wnfmd tald erffl6tts ojprstiori." . ; S,-- ...-... .";,r: '.\W, -Hohne, prcsident No. I District - -U..O.D., eight -yver employed Messrs. Perry and S Co'; t?nber morcx nts-five years great suffe:er, life . .was : a burden:;. -'a :friend.., a great- believr in VITADATIO, i?lad"n e proiiise to trvyt ; . did so; the doctor said it was hydatids :;'VITADATIO cured r '- i e :"thorotm ghly rest...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
.·:'UIIl.S itD El,. - tT DAY :MIOP,?IN?GS. FRITD: . Y, A UGUS' s18, ss9. GENXERAL' NE WS, The period for the ni?micipal" elec tions has again coimecround, and -sn far as IHealei?ville is concerned, the rate payers have. heen afforded. another opportunity of; o.-pressing their -apprn s-al. or the reverse, .o the actibns -6f those who bave :represented 1.tliem for the past thre.e years-.. As we ar:e all aware, there is t.nA.?,e no:.election this year, and as such it m-ruat .he-.taken as indicative: that those. who sought ie election have given:-satisfaction. Mur.i c.pal life, on the whole, appears to he stagnant. There.are no .burning ques tions to erga'ge.::attentinn-if. we. ex cept Banks' drain--,id consequently ratepayers .have.- concerned thiemselves very slightly about. the nomination of candidates, whilst -orme-: of the latter did not even take...the trouhle of .in. forming our.ieaders of thitriirintention to stand. All this :bespoke.. a ?careless ness and? indifference: upon -t...
SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
SOCIAL EVENING. The Healesville Mutual Improve meat Society since its inception sonne 'three months ago has been a real live institution, and its meetings have been both entertaining and instructive to its members. As a sort of relaxation from the tasks of debate, etc., they de cided to hold a social evening .for the members and their friends. On Wed .nesday evening this function was brought off. There was a good at teidance, the' fair. sex being well re presented, and the Mechanics' Institute S.was nicely filled. The large room was set out with- small tables, and during ..'the first part of the evening presented quite a pleasant appearance, as the various games-cards, drafts, ludo, etc.,. 'etc.--were in progress, the proceedings being interspersed by :musical selec tions, -songs, etc.- Refreshments were provided by Mr. J. Roy, and shortly after 10 o'clock these were handed round, and.were much appreciated by those present. After the good. -things provided had .-been done justice to...
GAME OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
Be 'constant in what is good, hut beware of being obstinate in anything n that is evil. To avoid'a task and to fear it is to make it our master: To set about it cheerfully at once it is to become its c master. The best thing to be done when evil comes upon us is not to resort to lamen tation, but to act; not to sit and suffer, but to. rise and seek the remedy. We are what we are by virtue of all that. has happened to us, by. all that we have done, and suffered, and enjoyed since our birth, whether we respect it and remember it or not. A change of associates will often re 'move, a temptation which has defied every toiliome effdrt to overcome it, and a healthful regime has made pos sible what no previous exertion, how ever strenuous, could effect Health is tlat state of the body in, which all its.functions go on without. fotice or observationi in. which existR enceis felt" to :- be a pleasure, and in Wiwhich i` i is a kind of joy to see, to 1 hear-, to touch, to. live. That is the ; c...
ELECTION OF SHIRE PRESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
ELECTION OF SHIIRE PRESIDENT. In accordance with that set down in The Local Government Act, compel ling a municipal body to elect its shire president four days after the election of councillors, a meeting of the local shire council was held in the Chamber on Monday last to comply with that order. The newly-returned unopposed menm hers, Crs. Keppel and Matthews, after having signed the usuial declaration, took their seats at the table. There were present: Cr. Chandler (president), and Crs. Bailey, Burt, Keppel, Matthews, Sloss and Sheehan. Cr. Sloss was voted to the chair on the motion of Cr. Sheehan. The chairman, in acknowledging the kindness of 'the councillors in placing him in the position, remtarked that the first business' was the fixing of the president's allowance. Or. Keppel moved that 'the same amount as last year be allowed, viz., £27, same to cover cost of the Public Works Committe's inspection of the roads. Cr. Burt seconded.-Carried unanimously. Cr. Sheehan proposed Or...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
Law Relating to Newsi apers. 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, the publisher may continue to send them until airears are paid. o 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office .to which they. are directed, they are hield responsible until tlihy 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 fromt ile office or removing'dr leaving them uncalled for ii:prima~ facie evidence o6f intentional fraud - 6: If subscribers pay in advance for periodicals, they aoe bound to give ino:ice to. the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to con.intfe taking i...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
SCourts. of Petty Sessions. Courts will he held dnring the year 1899 at the underiner:tioned plhces. it the hours, and on tile cfites *hereinafter respectivelv set nt, vriz- c C tom -i r o0 * ·~ '-4 C-O s Q C CI CI ... x, a : - . - ; IJ `j Im: . 1ý, O .... r___ _ __ __'_ I __ _ C ""-+ 0 to - 0- to V to j 4 CQ r- - Q to· a '= GOZ i t ý+ý t r : te * Police Magistrate's Visits. " Licensing and Warden's Courts. The Clerk of- Courts will atttnd to issue. sunimonses and other processes as under :-At Yarra Glen: On Wed riesday preceding each Court day. At Healesville : On Thursday preceding each Court day. At Lilydale : Every, Friday. "' 7 . . .. . . . .. -=
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
and Set THE " HIatesville :. Guardian " GENERAL: PRINTING WORKs, J?QO.:B:: P R INTN I N G n ea Fr SWith eatness and-Despatch; 'e- " Giardian-" is .published every FRI DAY 3' Blothing, in[tim eto catch First FVWail. " 1 Th e `11' G u ard ia `" *is p u b lish ed ev ery , F R ID AYM . This JournalS advocates local interestswand, the fostering of * I cal industry. Itcondemns the practice of supporting foreign labor. • ? ', ?" ": , ?" ': ?! " ) ?' ? ' ! /. ,' : :? ': -' ? , . .. ', -!' ,, , ,, .,?: .,,/ .? ? ? := " ,. : I?(: ;? : ' . ?'' GnEAT WINTER SALE. Our Thirteenth Annual STOCK - TAKING SALE. Beehive. Stores,. LILYDALE. :Established 1886. G B. On EY 8 CO., According to their usual custom before G Stock--taking, will offer the whole: of their Stock of -First-Class :Drapery , At Considerable Reductions. This is a Genuine Sale, Not. a Lot .of Stock Bought Cheap to- Sell Cheap, but GENUIxN REDUCTIONS Of our well-known .Stock to reduce it to facilitate Stock-taking. For One Mfonth Only!...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
Close Seomo for Game, .m . THE VIHOLE YEAS : ALL birds; except sparrows and minas, not0 indigenous to Australia, and their produce. i iincludling eggs), antelope. bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, epithiaiuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers,: great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. a .' as, podargus or mopokes, ' .-.- -.i? , southern stone plover or curlew, swallows, warljlers, white swazis, wrens. JUNE 14 TO DECEaBER 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds. ACcuST 1 To t'EBRu.utY 28 : [' ronize .winged or other wild pigeon s. quail. AcUST. 1 to DECEMBER 20. All birds known as cranes, nucli as herons, egrets, &c: ; all honey-eaters except wattle birds and le ather-head ; all kingfishers other than the laughing jackass ; all inemn hers , of the grauculus.n family ; avocet, bittern, lI;kck.cockatoos, coach-whip-bird, cuckoos, g?atg gang cockatoos, land-rail, all other mnemibe...
TOD SLOAN'S EMULATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 18 August 1899
TOD SLOAN'S EMULATOR. Most piroiineint people have their emulators, and Tod Sloan has an Aus- bi tialian one in J. B. Gargurevich,:the tI well known cyclist, who made his long-. promised:debut on the racecourse last ieek. For months past it- has been 'well k'inownr tliat" Gargy " fancied he n could improve oni the Sloan system, and when the papers published 'the fact- that he: was to make his first piblic appearance, in the: Chatsworth t Corinthian (a : nine furlong handicap for amateurs) on Wyalla, a fair` per former in Mr. ,. Millers 'stable, t cyclists generally were on the .qui vive I for- something- sensational from- the midget pace follower, and manTy wheel a men jourzneyed out to Catzlfield (Melb.) especially to see how " Gargy" .would shape: in the pigskin.: -As the time drew near for the starting of: the `Corinthian. hanidicap, the majority of, those present, gathered round the saddling paddockl to catch a glimpse of "'argy " as he came out for the pie Slinihiinarcanter; an...