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And She Did. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
And She Did. A girl In a ai iiei village who made hei home with her aunt was often disturbed by evidences of the old lady's indifference to everything but the welfare of her own ma terial possession. One day, in going down cellar for some butter, she tripped and fell heavily quite a distance. The maiden aunt rushed to the door, and peering down into the darkuess called out sharply: "D'ye break the dish?" "Nol" thundered back the niece, for once thoroughly aroused. "No, but I willl" and she shivered it with hearty good will against the cellar wall.-Lewiston JournaL
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) THE SHIRE COUNCIL & THE DUTIES OF THE MEMBERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
COtRIENSPONIDENCE. (lVe do not necessarily endorse, nor hold ourselves res responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) THE SHIRE COUNCIL & TIIE DUTIES OF THE MEMBERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. SIa,-In the paragraph referring to matters which have transpired at the local council table during the last few months, and which you published last week, special nention is made of mne, and the inference is that I have un necessRa.dly been the cause of the heated arumnents which have taken place. With one part of your com ments I can quite agree, and that is where you desire the occupants of the president's chair to make themselves conversant with the duties appertain ing to the position, and I would add, to at least become acquainted with the ordinary rules of debate. It is almost too absurd to mention, and one would scarcely think it possible, that the veriest new chumi in debate could rule that because notice had been given of a motion, therefore when that motion is ...
HEALESVILLE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
IIEAL.ESVILLE IIORTItTCL TUIRAL SOCIETY. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above society was held on Thurs day evening;, th 8thll inst. There was a good attendtonce, and the President (Mr. G. S. Matthews) occupied the chair. Prizes were offered for the hest rose bloom, which was won by Mrs. Han cock ; for best two cut bloom roses, distinct varieties, won by Mrs. Privett ; best three cut bloom roses, distinct varieties, won by Mrs. Privett, Mrs. Hancock securing second prize. In addition to the roses entered for com petition, some nice pansies and roses were staged by Dr. Baird, and several baskets of flowers were shown hy Mesdames Privett anti Johnson, all of which were forwarded to the Mel bourne Hospital for Sick Children. Dr. Baird and Mrs. T. J. Phillips acted as judges for the rose competi tions. A vote of thanks was accorded the judges for the able way in which they carried out their duties. A pleasant feature of the evening's proceedings was the ?presentattonr ut... Honorar...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
CYCLING N'OTES. The Dunlop 'Pyre Co. announce that they intend following their annual custom of issuing their artistic Austral Wheel Race souvenir in the shape of a colored folder containing photos. of representative racing cyclists compet ing at the Austral wvheel race meeting. Last year this company issued close upon 40,000 souvenirs, which were readily snapped up by cyclists throughl out the colonies, and as this year's pro duction is on a more lavish scale, a greater demand is expected. Cyclists in any part of Australia will be able to obtain a copy gratis by writing to any of the Dunlop depots after the first week in December. To enable riders of Dunlop tyres to identify the types manufactured by the company, each tyre is marked with its respective description embossed on the side, " roadster," " road racing," " path racing," and so forth. The two fea tures, however, in wh1ich all the types are identical are the principle of de tachment and the quality of the ma terial used, th...
THE ESCAPE. How a Young Lover Narrowly Averted an Expensive Trip. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
THE ESCAPE. row a i?t ng Lover Narrowly Avered an .Expensive Trip. "Darling," she said as she nestled closer to him and looked up with a fond gaze into the eyes of her lover, "you know all the preparations for our wedding have been made. The cards are out, my trousseau is complete, but there is one little matter that has not yet been settled." "I presume you refer, dear," he replied, lovingly holding her hand in his, "to our wedding trip?" "You have guessed it, you dear, sweet boy," she cried joyfully, "and let's decide where we will go." "Let me see," he said, taking out his notebook. "There's Niagara and Wash ington and Old Point and" "No, dear," she interrupt.ed, "I don't want to go to any of those places." "Perhaps you would like to go to some real quiet place," he continued, "where we could be all alone by ourselves. But, my dcrling, what is the matter with you? You ale not ill, are you?" Her face had become ashen pale. Con trolling herself by a supreme effort, she aid: "Can yo...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
CRitCRET. On Monday last the Park st. Wesley C.C. (Melbourne) visited Healesville to play the local team. The Heales ville club batted first, and put up a total of 148, of which Dr. Baird con tributed 58, and A. Bassett 68 not out, the remainder only putting up 22 be tween them. The visitors replied with 201 for the loss of four wickets. J. Honeybone retired after making 46, and W. Homidge succumbed to M'Cal lum when his score reached 73. H. Cameron retired at 46, but none of the others reached double figures. Our local players, if they want to be suc cessful, will have to pay more attention to practice, as the form of the majority on Monday was not up to the mark. Scores: HEALESVILLE. Dr. Baird, lhbw, b Lechte ... ... 58 F. Atkinson, c, i Horsburgh ... 0 -. Gibbs, b Roberts ... ... 8 T. M'Oallum, c, b Roberts 3 A. Bassett, not out ... ... 68 T. Phillips, b Lechte ... 5 J. Lindupp, c, b Lechte ... ... 0 W. Gordon, b M'Concehy... ... 0 B. Heritage, b Cameron ... ... 0 J. George, L. C...
HEALESVILLE ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
HEALESYILLE ATILETIC CLUB The annual meeting of the above club was held in the Recreation Hall on Tuesday evening last, there being a good attendance. The following office-bearers were elected for ensuing year : President, Mr. M. J. Sheehan. Vice-President-Messrs. T. Boone and T. Crowley. Secretary, Mr. WV. Shaw. Assisant - secretary, Mr. W. Gor don. Treasurer, Mr. A. Boone. Committee-Messrs. \V. Rayner, M. Hanley, W. Saunders, M. Lalor, J. Sloss, J. H. Rogers, J. Boone, C. H. Alexander, J. J. Wilson R. H. Bull, J. G. Christie. The question of appointment of patrons was left in the hands of secre tary. A motion on notice, that the pro position in the minutes of the society thliit the hext'sportsmeetin'g-be held on the 28th January, 1901, be rescinded, was dealt with, and agreed to. A motion by Messrs. Saunders and Hanley that the next sports meeting be held on New Year's Day, 1901, was agreed to. A further motion, that the Heales ville Athletic Club take New Year's Day for all futur...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1900. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
!'UlIl.iiStlfl) IFRID.AY MORNINOS., FRID.l Y, NOVEMBIERt 16,.1900. GENERIAL NE WS. On Thursday next, the electors of the Shire of IIealesville will be called. upon to elect two councillors to fill the vacancies caused by the resignation of. Crs. Robbins and Matthews. There. are four candidates, viz :-For Cr. Rolbbins' seat, Messrs. P. A. Burt and J. T. Boone; for Or. Matthews seat, Messrs WV. A, Burnside and W. Nichols. Mr. Burt nominated for both seats, and although he has an nounced his intention of retiring ,from the contest for Cr. Matthews' seat, we have not yet heard that, he ,hs oflici-, ally done so. Mr. Burnside announces, that he will address the electors at Buxton and Mbarysville on Tuesday next, at the former place at 2 p.m., and,. the latter at 8. o'clock. Mr. Burt will address the electors on Monday even ing at the Badger Creek School-house. At the local court yesterday, before Messrs. D. Kay (Lilydale) chairman, G. S. Matthews (Healesville), and —— Bottomley (Yarra Gl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
Mitchell and Hurlstone, Produce and Timber Merchants, Chaff Cutting and Grain Crushing Mills, N1CIHOLSON-STREET, HEALESVILLE. ALWAYS O SALE Chaff, Maize, Oats, Peas, Bran, Pollard, Barley, Potatoes, Straw, &c. FLOUR AT SPECIALLY LOWV PRICES. Agn?ts for-Sun Insurance OLIice, Korumburra and Outtrim Coal, Melbourne City Council Manures, Bonedust, Phosphates, &c. Also for FRUIT TREES of all kinds. FRUIT CASES, RASPBERRY BUCKETS, STRAWBERRY BOXES, 11 KEPT IN STOCK. Garden Seeds and Grasses of All Kinds. JhARDWOOD TIMBER OF ALL SIZES. C lEMENT AND LIME IN ANY QUANTITY. Also, Horse and Cattle Medicines, Oils, Greases, &c., &c. T. W. STO. T, Manager. W. J. HARLEY, HAYING a Large Assorted Stock of BOOTS and SHOES, is Selling them at MOST REASONABLE PRICES. Having the Largest Stock in the District, and doing the Largest Trade, he can SELL BELOW ALL OTHERS. Men's Watertights are well known from 6s. 9d. to 15s. Gd. Men's Boots of - Ladies' Glace Boots, - Down Aga...
The Healesville Shire Directory [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
The I?talesville Shire Directory -0 Counties-Anglesey and Evelyn. Parishes-Buxton, Glenwatts, - Monda, Narbethong, Stevensons, and part of Gracedele and. Granton.. . Province-South-Eastern. Members of Council-Hons Jas. Balfour, Win. Knox, and J. C. Campbell, Electoral Distriot-Evelyn. Division Ilealeaville, Member of Assemibly-E. 11. Camueron. Electoral District-Anglesey. Division -Marysville. Member of Assetably-M- . K. M3'Kenzie.
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
HEALESYILLE WATER TRUST. Constituted 10th January, 1890. Com prising portion of Healesville shire, em brecing an area of about 2750 acres. For supplying Healesville township and part of the parish of Gracedo.le. \ tor rate on tenements, Is. in the pound, based oat municipal valuation ; miniumn, 20s. Va cant lots, 6.1. in the pound ; minimnuLIIn, 10s. If by measure, Od. per 1000 gallons. Population supplied, 700. Commuissioners-All the members of the Shire Council. G. S. Matthews, chairman. E. II. Cameron, M.L.A., Goernmient rominee. Secretary, collector, and works superin tendent-C. 11. Alexander. `'reasurer-J. Cornish.
Helpful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
Helpful pihnts. Every flower garden ought to have several varieties of sweet peas, nastur tiumsand thunbergia, all of which climb ers bloom the first season and are readily propagated from seed. The Waban rose, which has been be fore the p?bH?c-since-1891;is a'Espo"t'l of Catheriiie? ermnet, and differs fromn it 'diily in color, which is two shades deeper, being, of a bright rich pink. Cherry stocks ane worked both by budding and grafting. . Budding is the usual practice. The stocks ought to be ready to. work the season they are trans .planted or in the second summer from seed. Such as are tco small. for working then may be allowed to stand until the following year. Mr. .John Burroughs considers grapa girdling. a popr business. Grapevines not over 2 years old are the kind preferred for planting; Early Harvest is a new blackberry said to be hardy, productive and early. A formula favorablyreported upon by ft growers consists of 2 parts of bone to. 1 of mnriate of votash. Quite the swe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
SIVER TROUBL. E SINCE CHILDHOOD. Another Perfect Cure. The Case of ?MR. GEORGE GASKELL. (By Our Reporter.) It is hard to picture to. the norml, healthy individual what a bad attack of liver complaint is really like; yet if he has ever suffered from sea sic kn ss he may form an aplproximate idea. 'hsere is the same physical and meni al prostrat ion, the pnrgig " and retching to thie point of agony, the I greeny yellow skin and jaundiced eyes, and the hopeless despondent mind when ev. n the thought of the ship sinking is wel comed as a happy rkleac. Tuis is the opinion of Mr. George Gaskell, of Mira Cottage, 198 Canning-stret., Carblon, and he speaks by the book. Mr. Gvakell h.s had a life long experience of liver trouble, having suffrred since a child, and as it was only of late years that lie came acress an effectual remedy we have po doubt his ex perience will prove interesting to our readers. "I have been a victim to liver tronb'e since a child," said Mr. Gaskell, " and in later y...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
To PL Al The " Ileatesville Guardian " At inc din tai ly. pa or qt ea GENERAL PRINTING WORKS, hc it cc CASTELLA - S1'ttEEi, .hEALESVILLE. P1 C ii OF EVERY DESORIPTION DONE ON TItE PREMISES With Neatness. and Despatch. .0: The " Guardian" is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First Mail. This Journal advocates local interests, and the fostering of local industry. It condenrls the practice of supporting foreign labor. To d.cvertisers lan~ Subscribers. THE "GUARDIAN " PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY' MORNING Instead of Saturday, as formerly. ADVERTISERS PLEASE BEAR THIS IN MIND. Closo Season for Game, &o. THE WHOLE YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer. epitliianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisber or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. :~. .as, podargus or mopok...
THE BEST STIMULANT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
THIIE REST STI3IULANT. --o- The best possible thing for a man to do when he feels too weak to carry a thing through is to go to bed and sleep as long as he can. This is the only re cuperation of brain power, the only actual recuperation of brain force; because- during sleep the brain is in a state of rest, in a condition to receive and appropriate particles of nutriment from the blood, which takes the place of those consumed by previous labour, since the very act of thinking burns up solid particles, as every turn of the wheel or screw of the steamer is the result of consumption by fire of the fuel in the furnace. The supply of consumred brain siubstance can only be had from the nutritive particles in the blood, which were obtained from the food eaten; and the brain is so con stituted that it can. best receive and appropriate to itself those nutritive particles during the state of rest, of quiet and sleep. 1~ere stimulants slipply hothing in themselves; they goad the brain, force it...
What Mike Had. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
"An how is M:oike, Mrs. Ierlihy?" in quired one, of that lady's neighbors. "Pore b'y, phwat does the dociher say to his loongs?" "He says there's niver a thing the mat ther wid M oike's loongs now," re flied Mrs Ierlihy, "but he ain't denyin they've got the laste mite aT a tindin.y." "W'urra, rra, wurra, an is that so?" pxclaimed the neighbor dolefully, amd thee after . short pause she asked deferentially, "an phwat is a 'tiudiucy,' Mrs. Herlihy, dear?" "A tindincy," responded Mrs. Ilerlihy, with solemnity, "is a thing that ain't to be shpoke an loighty. it's where what ain't so alriddy is loikely to come on- ye unbe knownst at anny minut!" "Pore Moike, pore ,'y!" ejaculated the vis itor with a dubious.shake of her head, and she departed to spread the news of Mike's mysterious ailment.-Y-outh'E Companion.
Might Be So. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
Alight Bec So. "When I was 0once in danger from alion," said an old African explorer, "I tried sit ting down and staring at him, as I had no Weapons." "How did it work ?" asked his companion. "Perfectly, The lion didn't even offer to touch me." "Strangel How do you account for it?" "Well, sometimes I've thought it was be cause I sat down on the branch of a very tall tree."-Tit-Bits.
FARMER'S RISKS. SERIOUS CHAFF CUTTING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 November 1900
--0- SERIOUS OHAFF CUTTING AC',l DENT. Ate-r an interview with DMr. John l)oulass, a highly respected grazier, at his farm at Norwood, one becomes cognisant of the fact that the calling of a farmer is one not unattended by risk of personal injury. To a reporter of the " Maryborough Star " Mr. Duglass said : "Somehow one day whilst feeding a chaffcutter my right hand became en tangled in tlhe machine and was severely cut by the fast revolving knives. Surgical aid had to be sought and I was driven eight miles to Mary borough where my hand was ampu tated. Working in the hot sun is another risk which farmers have to face, and to this risk I attribute the acute headaches which attacked me, and for years I was almost distracted by the intolerable shooting, throbbing pains. 1 took medicine without secur ing relief, until some time ago I saw Dr. Williams' pink pills advertised, and decided to try them. The first box eased the pains a little, the second box improved me still more; three boxe...