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WHY HE LOOKED AT THE LANDLADY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 September 1899
WHY HIE LOOi?EiD AT TIE " I don't quite understand the new boarder," said the landlady, in a burst of confidence, to the star hoarder. "What's up ?" asked the star, suspi ciously. " Isn't he disposed to pay 4" " Oh, not that," she remonstrated. "He's perfectly good, I'm sure. It's the way he looks at ule." " How's that ? As if you were going to give hint notice ?" "Don't, Mr. Star," she simpered. " Really, you are unjust to him. I mean the sweet, shy way he has of turning his eyes on me." ".He's robbed somebody, likely, and is afraid you'll get on to him." " You shan't talk so," she said in dignantly. " Only this morning, at breakfast, he was cutting his steak, and I happened to look down his way, when he gave me such an earnest, pleading look, that I felt the blood rush into my face. Oh-I-I-I wonder, Mr. Star," she twittered, " I wonder if he can be in love with me?" " Love, nothing," he snorted; " that isn't love. That's tough beef-steak." And the sentimental landlady burst into t...
GEMS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 September 1899
GEMIS OF TdOUGHT. Love is an anomaly: it abounds in both honey and poison. The race is never an easy one where the prize is a great one. Measure women around the heart to get their true dimensions. We cannot all do great deeds but we can all do little things well. Principles should not lie sacrificed, even to save another's feelings. You can very often count your friend;s by your sovereigns. Minutes are the mosaics of time; the ages are those of eternity. She never wastes a word who con fines herself strictly to the truth. Some woman look happiest when they have had news to tell, Ignorance and cunning are always to gether-so are humility and wisdom. Cunning woman are despised more than feared--they want watching so closely. Every woman is valued in the world, as she shows by her conduct she wishes Woman's power is over the affec tions;; but she risks the loss of it wlhen: she seeks unduly to extend it. .: Fiddling on onie string is funny as long as it lasts, but 'it 'does -not last`...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 September 1899
iECAL siVliLE sHEHtttE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held in the Council Chamber on .Monday lasr. Present Cr. Matthews (president) in the chair, and Crs. Burt, Bailey, Barton, Chand ler, Keppel, lobbins, Sheehan and Sloss. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and confirmed. Outward correspondence was read and approied. - INwARD CORRESi'ONDENCE. Frbm Board of Health, forwarding two printed copies of minutes.-Re ceived. . .. . From Government Statist, forward ing agricultural statistics for the colony of Victoria up to 1st March.-Re- 1 ceived. .,From Department of Public Works, for claim for seal and signature.-At tended, to. *,From J. J. Fenton, Assistant Gov ernnenf Statis;?Basking, for a copy of the.. Voters' Roll for this year.-At tended to. Fronm Maddock, Johnson and Jamie son, .eolicitod,. rn _'einks'"drm;irifasuý"1' gesting that plans he settled and work I gone oni with as soon as possible.-Re ceived. , From Lynch and M'Donald, solici- f tors,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 September 1899
at anr " Hiea esville .. Guardian " AND i GENERAL PRINTING WORKS , - CASTELLA- STREE1, ".. : EALESVILLE. ...- ". -h Nae and D ... ... ' P R N T N OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE ON TIlE PREMISES 1. SWith Neatness and Despatch. 'rhe "Guardian" is published every FRIDAY Morning, tiue to catch Fst Mail This Journal advocates local interestsand the fostering of l oaloeai str , ;'7,'h~ condemns the practice of supofor ting foreign labor, - ' ":? f Z I' : ' ": •""': ... • : ... " " ,:,I!.S! ? , "?•i? i'?; :'! / % !'';';: ' : :.? t . ?: ': '" Our Thirteenth Annual., STOCK - TAKING SALE.. Beehive Stores, LILYDALE. Established 1886. B. OrEY & Co., According to their usual custom before Go Stock-taking, will offer the whole of their Stock of First-Class Drapery At Considerabie Reductions. This is a Genuine Sale, Not a Lot of Stock Bought Cheap to Sell Cheap, but GENUINE REDUCTIONS of our well-known Stock to reduce it to Y facilitate Stock-taking. For One Montbh: Only! Commenced Saturday, Ji...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 September 1899
TuE HoaxL YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their produeo (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyrc-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. --' . .as, podargus or mopokes, -s.e.i-, .F-, southern stone plover or curtew, ewallows, warblers, white swIalns, wrens. JUNE 14 TO DECEMBER 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds. AvGusT 1 ro FEDRUARY 28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons. .quail. AUGUST I to DECrEMBEn 20. All birds known as cranes, such as herons, :egrets, &c. ; all honey-eaters except wattle Lbirds and leather-heads; all kingfishers tither than the laughing jackass; all mem bers of the grauculus family; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-bird, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all other members of the rail family, porphyrio, coorts, &a...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1899. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 September 1899
UIUBLISIIED FRIDAY MIORNINGS. F~iRIbAY.- SEPTEMBER ?r 1899. CENERA ?L NE=WS. At- the 'nonthly meeting. of the Healesville Waterw6irks Trust, on Monday' last; Comnmissioner' Matthews presidirig: Comr. Bailey drew attention to the fact that Mr. "Pillips, the local plumber, had left the'district for a tem porary period and h?d taken'his tools with him, and that were any of the Trust's pipes to burst, much incon venience would result through their having no tools to'put same in repair. It was therefore decided, on the motion -of-OrmiB ailey- aid Chandler," that" a "set of tools' beprocured for the Trust's own use'. The news of': the deith of Dundan Jennings, a young man 22 years of ate, Jately living at the Coranderrk Station, wvill come as a suiprise to many, more especially the yuiineir portion of our coinihunit4y, amongst whoin he was well known, owing to his' well: known abilities as"a" footballer. It will be remembeined thats6ne 'threi weeks ago, deceased, who ~ats 'thdi irin' good...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 September 1899
INSTANCES OF POSITIVE CURES, t'i fs Needless for Outsiders to say CAN'T When 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 in its last stages ;: also. a reverend gentllcmen:, speak I onf the same subject, states,' " Thanks to God and VI ADATIO. he is a pernect'nliraciel Miss Hocking, bMaryborough,sc,:; :-"The doctors called it congested enlarged liver I wtas lpetstrid'e to try'VITADATIO: it has been ablessing. I feel' confident that VITADATIO has :,e-rd me a very pminfui and serious operation." Mr. F W. Hohne, president No. o Districtf U1.A O.D., eight years employed Messrs. Perry and Go,o knber merchants-five years great suffeter. life' was a burden ; a friend, a great believer in VITADATIO. made me promise to try it : I did so; the doctor said it was hydatids ; VITADATIO' cured me ; thoroughly restored to perfect health. Mr Johnston. to Princess Street. Kew, a. life-long suf...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
At an agricultural show held recently in.. the vicinity of Colac, one of the prizes was for the best "dressed hen." Some - of the inhabitants didn't fully understand, the high-toned way of putting it, and, as a consequence, one of the entries was a hot and distressed bird 'with knickerbockers 'on, and. a skull-cap, and its tail stickirg out from underneath a silk jacket. Also there Wvs a large fierce exhibitor about, who wanted to " wipe the flure" with the com mittee for refusing to consider his agitated aniimal in awarding the prizes. Business men should consider before sending away for printing to firms whd have only their own welfare at heart and don't care :how your- own locality' pro gresses, whilst the local printer has always~ to study the welfare of his own locality, by. watching and recording any movement that tends to :the advancement of- the dis-i trict as a whole. We don't blalme the' foreign .printer at all,, but the townsmani; whose one aim should be to. support local...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
Healesvi le Post and Teleg1rCap 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 10.30 a.m.1 and and Daily. Intermediate 7.15 p.m. J Marysville and 9.30 a.m. Daily. Narbethoung Mails arrive from Melbourne, &e., 9.40 a.criu, 2.40 p.m., and Dlar 1 .7-30 p in Dai and " 7 pnmi Daily. .L 1. Narbethong J :' MISS A. CHAPMAN,; Postmistress.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
--- AnrvxnrsIsJxo is the chief auxiliary of trada - Tecke Advertising is not the riad to success, but eu:cess itself.-- lichardc:n. Advertise your .busino.s: I owe all my success to it.-P. T. Balnmrm. 4he 1moast ;'ruthifn part of x newspaper is its advortis:rne:ents.-Jefftrsojn. The anll who pays more for shop rent than advertisin:g loes not know his business -Horace Grtccy. unlass you ask for it, or what you have to seil nultess you ad' ertise it ?-M-Irat lHal sta d. The alvertiseerents which appear in a public journai take rain: among the most aignif:?eet indications of the state of society of that time and place.--J)Drkns. If you atdvertisc, it _give. 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.-G. F. r:'owsre. There is an abhslutet necessity for adver tising; there is a great eagernt:ss to compete for attentton, and no one gets it unless it is by giving as it were, so tmiy) snrok?...
SOME GOOD STORIES. A RELIGION THAT WOULD BEND. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
A' RELIGION THAT WOULD BEND. An incident told by an American clergyman rakes apparent the neces sity in this transition period of getting the negro inwardly right in order that his relationship to society may be right. " I was driving out one Sunday with Colonel M--," he says, " when we came upon a negro with a club in his hand and a freshly killed oppossum on his shoulder. We stopped to ex amine his prize, and the colonel said: "iMy friend, do you know it is Sun day ?' 'Sartin boss.' " ' Are you not a religious man ?' "' I are. I'se just on my way home from church.' " ' And what sort of religion have you got that permits you to go hunting on Sunday ?' 'Religion ? religion T' queried the man as he held the oppossuum up. ' Does you 'spect any Mlack man in Alabama is gwine to tie hisself up to any religion dat 'lows a 'possum to walk across the road ahead of him an' git away free? No, sah! A reliion which won't bend a little when a fat 'possum heads you off couldn't be established in ...
THE RACE OF BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
THE RACE OF BOOTS. I dreamt last night I snaw a race, Of all the boot in the place. They earne up to the starting gate, As if fighting for a m;ghty stake ; And when the crowd with one accord, cried out " They're off," I, with bated breath, gazed .On,? And heard the people shout, " Hurrah !" I sai' in tmy-vision the weak disappear As the end of the toilsome journey drew near, An, the best they ran with girieness and pluck. As they left all the cheap stuff alone in the ruck ; But just as I thought it would he a good race, Haiiiley's boots came out and assumled til (e of pllce ; And the bookmakers looked sick. Anrl the" crowd they gathered roulnd the judge, And asked who won the race : The judge took off his that landl said,: ,it-s..iy''~~oots ! Bittinun up. " .!epairs. neatly done at the Boot -Hospi tal, opposite Grand Hotel.
DO YOU WEAR STAYS? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
DO T hJ IVEeRE STAYS ? If you.do you should exercise great caution, as tight lacing is possibly one of the most injurious practices among women to-day. Oompressidn of the abdomen is sure to cause liver trouble of some sort, and many a girl has suffired years 'o torture 'in' after" life :through tight lacing.' If the' liver be conies displaced and presses on the heart, palpitation is the result,' and this is a most disagreeable as well as a dangerous complaint. Another .thing to be considered is the inability of the various digestive organs to do their duty if the. space allowed them by nature be taken away. Indigestion and liver trouble always -?poil' the'- dis position, and incessantisuffering makes life unbearable Bile Bans for Bilious ness.are a speci6c, for all. cases of de bility, headache, indigestion,, and con stipation, and liver trouble, and wvill be found a great boon to all ,'a ho suffer friaom tigt lacing, We would. recom mend, however, thata' the latter .be abandoned. B...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
Law Relating to Newspapers. 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 arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office' to wvhich they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their. hills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without inforniing publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. S5. The courts Ilae decided thait "re fusing to take periodicals from the oflice or removtin," or leaving theim uncalled for is .rina facie evidence ofE iutentional fraud." ''' t:6.If subscribers pav. in; advance for periorl itals, they are bound tob: gti;v nitice: to the publisher, at. the en:d of tie tiine, that: they ,,,o not wis, to cnnrinne t...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
"UAZETTE NOTICES. The following notices appeared in last week's " Gazette": Licences and Leases Revoked under the Land Acts 1865, 1869, 1884, 1890 and 1891, or Declared Void :-Alice G. Peal, parish of Graceda!e, 323 acres 1 rood 20 perches. Hearing of Reasons against the Forfeiting of certain licences by a person appointed under 128th section of the Land Act 1890--Melbourne, 12th September, 1S90-Geo. Tew, 75 acres, parish of Tarrawarra North; Thos. Lindsay, 29 acres, parish Tarra Warra.
WORTH KNOWING [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
That falling of tile hair after illness may be prevented by the frequent application of s;age tea to the scalp. That consumptive night sweats may he arreastel hyIv spongine the body, before re-tiring to rest, with salt and water. That a tumbler of hot, strong lemon ade, taken on going to bed, will often break up a lhad cold. The remedy should he used when the cold is tirst felt, for if it is allowed to make head way, it will have to run its course. That warm borax water, applied to the scalp, will remove dandruff. That a little carbonate of soda in water will relieve a sick headache caused by indigestion. That a hag of hot sand will greatly relieve the pain caused bIy neuralgia. That morning lassitude and head ache are usually caused by want of proper ventilation in the bedroom. That a half-pint of hot water taken on rising and before retiring to bed at might, will greatly benefit most sufferers from dyspepsia. Stale Bread for Cleaning.-Wheni pages of books, magazines, or draw ings ...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
Gou s of% Petty Sessions. Courts will he held during the year 1899 at the undermentioned places, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz - Name Court. 10our. Jan. Feb. March. -April. May. June. .July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nv. Dec. Ieidelber . . 10 16, 30 13,01- 27 13,"t 27 10,0t 24 15,0-1 29 12,"tr 26 10,"t 24 7,0"t 21 4,°t 18 2,"F 10, 13 270 11 Yn.a G . 9.30 18 15 15 12 10 7 5 2,30 27 25 22 . 13 2.eavi .. 2.30 19° 1G° 160 13" 11" 8 0 3,0 31" 28" 2Go 2 140 20, 27 17, 24 17,24 21, 280- 10, 26"t 23,0t 30 21,°"r28 18,"' 25 22, 29 20, 27 17, 2" 22, 2, Anderson's, rcck 11 9°o G6 G ' i24 8o" 50 '3,o 31" 28" 25" 23" 20" 18" Eltha? ,.. 11 100 7" 7? 11 9o 0 40 1,0 290 26" 24c 21o 1'2* Queenstown ,. 11 23 200 20 17 22 19 17 140 11 .9 6 4 Iterntree Gully ,.. 0' 24" 210 210 18" 230 2(00 180" 15 124 10" 280 19 5 Police Magistrate's Visits. t Licensing and Warden's Courts. The Clerk of Courts will attend to issue summonses and other processes as under:-At Yarra Glen: On Wed...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHEERIESACS. 4liVict; No. 1095, clauise 5.-Wilflly dle stroying, netting, or using other means for kiilling.or taking imported game at any time. .Penalty-£2 and value of bird or animal (see schedule below). Clause G.-Do. do. native game during clo~ e skshon. 'Penalty-£2 in addition to bs for. each bird or animal. : Clans7.-Buying, selling, or knowingly having in possession,bhouse, or control, any impirted game or native game during coase season.' Penalty-Imported game, £5 and lue of bird or animal ; native game ,JCla use 8.-Taking eggs out of or destroy :ngnest ci imported or native game, or hav ing eggsin possession. Penalty-lOs. each egg. Clause 11.-Laying poison for or pois?n ig game. Penalty-:£1O and value of bird or auimtal destroyed or injured. 5 Vi'ct: N\o. 1093. clause 3.--Taking, scilin, orexposing for sale any fihu during clse ?stason .or sud, fish. l'en?ity--Nct -:?t,-hn £20. a~lnd forfeiture of fli:.
A POPULAR MANAGERESS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
SA OPUTLARt MANAGbEZ2iSS. a, p It would he ditizult to find a more S.popular Managieress than Miss Annie ' )Montgotmnry, whoso business ability and genial nature go far to ensure the success of the A.B.C. Tea Rooms, Queien's Walk, Melbourne. When Miss Montgomery is not actively en gaged with her work or planning for the comlfort. of the A.B.C patrons, 8 one may 1e- fortunate ,iioughli to gain a few moments' cunversationl with this birighit little lady. Miss Mont gomery told a reporter from this p journal that she had the last few months rbeen able to give her undivided attention to business," for," added she, "for twelve months prior to ny taking over the management I was very ill," and, noticing your representative's evident surprise, "so ill i.i fact that my last medical adviser told my mother I had only six hours to live." " Further particulars would prove very interesting." You shall have them with pleasure. About eight.eemn months ago 1 wars oliliged to discontinue work owing t...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 September 1899
NOTIC) E To VISITT u:.:v AND Placens of nit irý':tr n 'ihit in thn ds-. trict, and ho .v far sit uatf'il Plalci. [)stancn. hiivsv·ill: ... .. 23 Nnr4 hon ... ... 14 1niaiiionon's Lnok-oat ... iinllinsrui's Gaiiy . 10 Cnnnimi't.Gu(liy ...... 4 Meyrer Or'k kand Fall::... 5 B:id.,yr Riveir 4 ]3'ieksiSpur & E-ta',. Gltn' 10 Cnrandi' rrk B3!iwks StaLionl 3 Alt. itiddir-ll ..... 22 racelurtlOrio... Gracnliuur: Weir ... .. 4 Watt" River ... ... 1 Matts Weir ...( ... 5 Alt. Juliet (toop) ... ... 10