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CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of the writer (not necessarily for publication), will be freely inserted in this column, on the understanding the we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents. We also hold the right of making any elimination we may see fit, especially when a nom-deplume is affixed. (To the Editor of the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 July 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of the writer (not necessarily for publication), will befreely inserted in this column, on the understanding that we do not identify ourselves woith the opinions expressed by correspondents. We also' hold the right of making any elimination we. may see fit, especially when a norm-de plume is afixed. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) SIR,-I quite agree with your remarks in last issue re the notice of motion tabled by Cr. Green at last meeting of the Shire Council. .You might, however, have gone a little farther in the matter,'and shown the utter absurdity of such a motion, and also the nonecesssary .waste of the rate payers' money should the motion be car ried. Now, sir, where does the necessity for such a step come in ? Are there not plenty of contractors in and around Heales ville, all of whom no doubt carefully scan the columns of your paper every: week with a desire to ...
(To the Editor of the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 July 1894
(To the Editor.ol the Giuardian.) SiR,-I read- With 'imuch pledi-hre the essay on "Character" by.Mr. C. E.Oldham which was read before the members of the Literary and Debating Society ,and pub lished in your last issue ; but admirable as the essay is in many respects, I wish, with your -permisi on, to take exception to one or two of his-premises. It did me good to see him advocating "home as the first school of training for the chariaeter, and the parents the principal teacherg; or should he ;" but when he says that";" parents should see that the school to which they send their children gives a thoroughly spiritual t aining" I differ with him entirely, if he means by the word " spiritual" a re ligious training to be given by the teachers in our state schools. Mr. Oldham quotes the saying of an "eminent Roman Catho lic,"-. indicating the results which would follow a strictly religious trainingin child hood. Our Protestant clergy are not the least bit behind in this respect also, as i...
HEALESVILLE v. CORANDERRK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 July 1894
HEALESVILLE V. CORANDERRK. This match was played on Saturday last on the Coranderrk ground, but owing to the great quantity of water which was lying in pools all over the ground and a strong breeze blowing directly across it, the opportunity for real good play was limited. Captain Christie won the toss from Donnelly, the Coranderrk skipper, and elected to kick towards the goal facing the gate. Soon after central umpire Harvey had bounced the ball it was rushed down to the Coranderrk goal and out of bounds. From thence to centre and back again, where Harvie placed and put well in front, but the attack was well repulsed. Christie obtained a free kick and marked to Becker, who placed, but fell short. Wilson then had a shot also, but played too close to his mark, and the ball was nicely stopped by the man in front of him. After some to and fro play, D. Strickland and Chandler returned the ball well in front, where Fitzpatrick had a try for goal, but with- out result, and was well sent a...
THE ENGLISH PEOPLE ON LAND VALUES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 July 1894
THE ENGLISH PEOPLE ON' LAND .VALUES. The English Land Restoration League now numbers amongits mem bers some of the leading democrats of of the House of Commons, and within the last six: months strong'ibranches have been. formed in every., city and town in England. At. the crowded and enthusiastic annual meeting held in London, the chairman' said they had now a majority; of men in the House of Commons directly bound to?vote for the taxation of.land values. : The fol lowing resolution was moved at the meeting, and carried unanimously i: " That this. meeting of the English Land' Restoration League again einm phatically. declares that the: land .'and the rent, of the land belong by inalien able right to the whole body. of the people, and registers its protest against all measures. of so-called land 'reform by whichever political- party they may be proposed which merely seek' to sub stitute one set of landlords for another, or to increase the number of the, laiid lord class." The subject...
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 July 1894
MARYSVILLE. [FRonM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] There has been a continuous fell of mixed snow arid rain since' my last re repoi't. On Monday,'16th; snow fall in Marysville, but was not long in melt ing. Having had nio news from Wood's Point way, Mr. Barton thought 'it advisable to try and miake his ansal weekly trip to serve the diggers sluicing. up the creeks with beef, and his son had a'very hard try to-do' the journey, hut found that it was a difficult matter to 'tramp or ride through over three feet of snow (that was the depth at the 6-mile post fromi Marysville on Friday), and he was forced to return. Two travellers inaking for Clear Creek also tried their hands-or rather feet--at it, hut found .(although- one of . them stated.that he had gone through snow up to his neck), that this particular snow was too much for them. They were so fatigued with' wrestling with the snow that they camped. at Mr. Fahie's, three and half miles from Marysville. Saturday, 21st.. Not to be deterred by ...
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 July 1894
Places of Note. , Femshaw, Black Spur, Stevenson Falls, Iathinni Falls, Condon .Falls, Malleson's Lobk-~at?tMount- Julieet, Monnt Riddell, qegunt Monda, Mount St Lenoard, Conrn derrk aboriginal station, and, Don River Road: , .
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 July 1894
* ;, . ealersville. ;?Apretty mnnicipal township; with' post `and telegraph and money-order office,- and * n karin k situated at the junctioni of then Graeidud anad Maroondah rivers, -39 ,miles east of Melbourne.. Rail direct with Mlelboiirrie? Healesville being the terminus. * bI h' three. large first-class hotels and a jarge temperance hotel; Gracedale House, a handsome summer resort, is situated near 'ie foot'of Mount Juliet, about three miles .from the railway station. There are a fine " state school, four churches, branch of the * Colonial Bank, court house, police, station, msechanics' institute and free library, a newspaper (TaE HEALESVILLE GUABDIAN), a number of stores and other places of business. Extensive recreation grounds, cleared; improved, and fenced; also beau tiful lawn tennis court and bowling green. 'irout and blackfish may be caught in the ifier neaear Healeaville, and good shooting a;few miles out. The district is princi pally grazing; there are several orchards...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 July 1894
- THOS. BOONE, NEXT COLONIAL BANK. L. Nicholson Street, flealesvifle. JOB PRINTING AT. THE GUARDIAN OFFICE. THE HEALESVILLitfOTEL. J. CULLEN, PROPRIETOR. ri 'HEPieoprie; r espetfully iitimatesi thtVisitors and T u nrst ??fE Tiy i good anid coimfortable accommodation at his old-established hostelry.:. Ales, Wines, and Spirits of the Best Brands. X Good Stabling under the supervision of E. Cullen. Charges moderate. ADVANCE .HEALESVILLE ! A Weekly Newspaper Printed and Published at the Office, NICHOLSON STREET, HEALESVILLE. THEI GCUAR1DIAN Is the ONLY NETWSPAPEE, Printed In the Shire of Healesville Support and Encourage YOUR OWN NEWSPAPER For it is its bounden duty to. Support and Advocate Your Rights and Interests. TUU *VARDB4LK IS -IRCULATED IN Healesville, Yarra Glen, Lilydale, Warburton, Marysville, Buxton, Upper Yarra, ;Launching Place, Eltham, And all' the SURROUNDING PARISHES..: THE ...GUARDIAN. is published everyi, Friday Morning. .. ,? 5';.35O3ZPTZON:: , ' , . , Pe- . Lum;. Th...
Law [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 July 1894
Law ' Bailiwick-Central. Police. Magistrate -- Mr. Jehn 'J, O'Meart. Sits every third Thursday in the imonth. :Justiees of the Peace-E. H. Cameron, •L ,L.A., D. Criehton, J. Eson, Jno. Green, E. Kidney, J. C. Steel, E. Nichols, and J.i Id. Keppel- (president of shire). I- Sessions-Thursday,.at 10 a.m. C'Clerk of Courts-Daniel Berriman.
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 July 1894
' Healesville Shire. ' Constituted': a shire, 30th September, 1887. -Area--200 square miles. Popula ,tion, 1225; ratepayers on roll, 292. An nual value,£12,602 ; rate, Is.in £. Re eenae, £2,900: ,'President of Shire-Jno. ML. Keppel. S" Councillors. Thoe. Barton :.. ... Retires, Aug.. 1894 Chadres Walker ...,, ,, 1894 Inho M'Gretton ... ,, ,, 1894 Edmund-J. Hall ... ,, ... ,, 1895 ,Thos. Olements. ... , , 1895 Jihn Green ... ... ,, ,, 1895 Jhim Holland..... ...,, 1896 JohriM. Keppel .. ,, ,, 1896 .Eqward Nidcols ... ,, ,, 1896 Tlhb Counecil meets at Daly's Hall on the last. Monday in the month. Oficers. Secretary collector, valuer; and inspector. of nuisances-Chas" H. Alexander, Engineer--Alex. Rodgers, C.E. Eealth officer--J. 0. Baird, M.B.B.S. Treasurer-Jno Coin iiti. Dog regi.srara-Joseph rbHall, Healed ville'; Henry Robinson, alurysville.
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 July 1894
Courts of Petty Sessions., IT is hereby notified for public informa tion that Courts of PettySessions will he held during the year 1894 at the under mentioned places, on the dates and at the hours respectively set out below : Name of Court, Hour". April. May. June. July. Aug. Sep. 'Oct. Noo jpeo. Fcrntreo Gully ... 10 a.m. 28 ° 26 23. 21 ?8 1 13 10' 8 Heidelberg ... ... 10 2," 16, 14, 28° 11, 25° 9, 23° 6, 20 3, 170 1,150, 2 120,26 100 300 Yarra Glen... ...9.30 , 4.t 2t 27t :25t. 22 19 717 14 - 12 Healesville... ... 2.30 p.m. 5 3,31 28. 26- 23 20 I8 15 13 Lilydale ... ...9.30 a.., 13,4, 11,1, 8, 15, 6, 13, 20,3, 10,177,14,21, 5,12,19, 2,16,230, 7,14,210 20, 27 18, 25 22, 290 270 240, 31 :28 | 1 26 30 |28 Queenetown ... 11 , 9 7 4 2 13 -10 '8 5 ;3 Elthanm . 11 ,, 24 29 26 24 28 '25 .30 27 18 Anderson's Creek 11 . ,, . 23 21 18 ' 16 27 24 '-22 19 17 o Licensing and Warden's'Courts. t Licensing Courts. ;.ý The Clerk of Courts will attend to issue ,summonses and other processes as under...
Sunday Excursion Trains. DOWN: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 July 1894
Sunday Excursion -Trains. DOWN: Prince's Bridge, dep ... . 11.0 am Healesville, arr ... ... 1.0 pm UP: Healesville, dep ... 6.30 pm Prince's'Bridge, arr .. ... 9.10 pm Fares :-First class return, 3s : second, class return, 2s. Children under 4 years, free ; over 4 and under 12, half fare. These tickets will be available for re turn by 6.30 train only.
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 July 1894
[ealesville Post and Telegraph. Office. Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post office savings bank open from' 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Mails close for Melbourne 6.45 am and . 10.15 am daily. Intermediate 7.15 pm Marysville and ... ... 9.30 am daily Narbethoog - Arrive .from Melbonre, &c:. 9.40 am 2.40 pm 7.30 pm daily. Marysville : and. . .. 7pm daily 'Narbetheng : MISS FYFE, ?it Postmistreis.