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A NOVEL WATER-CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
A NOVEL WATER-CURE. A parish priest of W6rishofen, Ba tavia, named Fathir Sebastian Kneipp, is attracting attention to himself by his success in the practice of the system of healing known as hydropathy and herbalism. He undertakes, by a com hination of faith, water and herbs, to ab solutely cure every form of disease, imaginary or real, and it is said that a considerable measure of success has at tended his methods. The special features of the Kneipp cure are short baths in cold water, putting on the clothing immediately and without dry ing the skin, with coarse homespun linen for clothing, walkins in the early morn ing barefoot among dewy grass, walk ing in sandals or barefoot in cold water, and wearing regularly a coarse linen shirt next the skin. He also uses a few preparations from the simplest herbs. His theory is that local maladies must be treated through the strengthening of the general organism and in the rectifi cation of the circulation of the blood. He has practised his...
HOW ANTS RECOGNISE EACH OTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
HOW ANTS RECOGNISE EACO OTHliER, The most extraordinary thing about ants is that all individuals of the same community, which may number half a million, or of the same .confederation, which always has a population of many mil lions, constantly recognise each other. A stranger will at once be known and dragged out of the nest or the territory. It is supposed that on meeting together they exchange some signs or passwords, and thus recognise their fellow country people; and Sir John Lubbock made an interesting experiment to see if it is really so. He rendered a number ,of ants insensible and uuable to exchange any signs. This was, it must be said, a rather diffiicult task, as chloroform was fatal to them, and they obstinately refused to be intoxicated by whisky. " However," he says, "I got over the difficulty by putting them into whisky. for a few moments. I took 50 speci mnens, 25 from one nest and 25 from another, made them dead drunk, mnerked each with a spot of paint, and put thehi...
PUBLIC MEETING. NOMINATION OF ADDITIONAL HONORARY MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
or " PUBLIC :MEETING. ra I ]----------___ or NOMINATION OF ADDITIONAL st ir HONORARY MAGISTRATES. ie . - 1 SIn accordance with the promise of SMr. S. Sloss to call a meeting for the purpose of publicly discussing-: the question of requisitioning 'the Minister of Justice to, appoint additional, rhonorary magistrates for the'Heales Sville district, and in response to: the advertisement in our last issue. to'that it effect, a large number of the residents Sof the,town and surrounding parts r assembled at Mrs. Daly's Recreation Hall. on Saturday evening last, to hear t the views of others and also to express 8 their own on what was a somewhat ( vexed question, and which the speeches, d as reported below, will fully explain. - n On the motidn of Mr. Sloss, seconded by Mr. G. Furmston, Mr. A Rodgers, shire . engineer, was- voted t6 .the t S chair. ' . .. r The chairmah on'taking' his ýseat, Sthanked those- present for ,he.honor, and stating that as Mr.. Sloss.Was the Sconvener of the meet...
FOOTBALL. IRVINE-MOMTGOMERY TROPHIES COMPETITION. POSITION OF CLUBS UP TO DATE. YARRA GLEN V. LILLYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
*' OOTBALL. IRVINE-MOMITGOMERY TROPHIES COMPETITION. POSITION OF CLUBS UP TO DATE. Club. ° Lilydale 9 6' 2 1 26 36 Hlealesville 9 5 4 -- 20 36" YarraGlen :8' -5 2 1 22 30 Coranderrk 8 0 8 - - 32 1 [FROM OUR OWN CORtESPONDENT.] ' YARRa GLiE\ V. LILYDALE... The'above clubs met in the third round of the competition on the Lilydale ground on Saturday afteinoon last. The weather was favorable forua good displiy of foot ball, while the ground was in good condi- t tion and favored fast play, the only draw- a back being a rather strong wind blowing. e Great interest' was taken in the contest owing to the clubs running neck-and-neck for the trophy; and' a large crowd assem bled to witness the contest, a pleasing fea ture being the attendance of a large num- 1 ber of the fair sex, including a strong con- a tingent from the Glen. As the hour for a the contest approached, the town presented a very lively appearance, people driving in from- all parts of the district to witness what was geneially...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 30, 1984. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE it COUNCGL.. sc *1: w MonoAY, Jun 30,; 1984. q The ordinary Imonthly meeting of the above councilwas held in Mrs. Daly's P Hall on Monday las,. There were t present: Or. J. M, Kippel (President), and Crs. Walker, Nphols, M'Gretton, 0 Clements, Hall, Bartn, Holland, and r Green. " . " u The minntes of the previous meeting d were read and confirned, on the motion 1 of Ors. Green and Birton, - The minutes of te special meeting : held on 9th July were also read and confirmed, on the mition of Ors. Hall and Green* d Minutes of revisioa court were also E read, and approved, on the motion of Ors. Green and Clemrnts. i The outward correspondence was read and approved, r COnRESPONDENCE. From Survey Office, Melbourne, re reserve of 10 acres for recreation pur poses at Narbethong, and forwarding account for £4 5s. for survey:fees. Cr. Green moved that the blank be marked out by those interested and the plan forwarded to the department, and state that the land had been sur...
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 that 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 nome-de-plume is affixed. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
COaRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on suljects of publio and general interest, if guaranteed b!, the name and address of the owriter (not necessarily for publication), will be freely inserted in this columai, on thei understanding that 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 nome-de plume is a.fied. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) SIR,-Your respected correspondent, Fred. H. Gibbs, of last week is quite wel coine, I am sure, to the compliment he said I paid the clergy for doing their duty in trying to have. Bible reading and religious instruction introduced into State Schools as part of the course. Did our opinions not differ as to what constitutes a church, I should have passed over part I. of his reply without comnient. Your correspondent's definition is rather a long one, but "boiled down" runs--." People without ministers do not make a church. It takes ministers and...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRID4 Y, AUGUST 3,1894. THE.Treasurer's Budget proposals will not be received in either town..or country with unmixed satisfaction. Whatever else may be said :about his' financial statement it cannot be :pro nounced a master-piece- off,:-finane; Some needful reductions have been made in several directions, not so much in'favor of free trade as to increase the revenue, and of these nct a great many people will complain, though there may be some who will think that the revenue would fare still better if the cutting down process had been carried a little further. One of the proposals will, however, shock-a good many and cause a feeling of surprise and regret in the breasts of almost every one. This is the introduction of the "drag net" system, which 'is adapted to catch all the little fishes, and a good many large ones as well. ' It is estimated that about £100,000 can be raised in this way, and when the matter is looked into it will be found that the bulk of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
HEALESVILLE NIoCOLsON STREET, "IEALESVILLE (Next Post Office). . . atthewo, STATIONER, F Eaberdasher and Tobacconist, RESPECTFULLY intimates that he has always in stock every requisit neces sary to be found in a well-conducted busi ness of this kind. Fancy Goods, Tobacco & Cigars, Soaps & Perfumery, School Requisites, Stationery, a, kinds, ishirn Tackle, &o. English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Delivered CF Or Posted to any Address. in E?'O Q'I'cEOTBA'JL$ I Footballs i Footballs From 4s, Match No. 2 from 8s. Gilbert's best complete 15s. Reduction made to Clubs. AQENT FOR POULTON & OWEN'S IIO1IEPATHIC Ig4SDICINES, Every Description of PATENT MEDIQINES Kept in Stock. House, Land. IVstote, Commission and Insurance Agent. Loans Negotiated, Rents Collected, &c. Circulating : Library. Agent for The Healesville Guardian. '. `hriotenoen, AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER. HEALESVILLE. II First-Class Stock Oi. Crockery, Grocery, ALND STATIONERY. the Best...
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
Uealesvllle 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 -venue, 2X,S0. President of Shire-Jno. M. Keppel. Councillors. T"hoe. Bartmn ... ... Retires, Aug., 1894 Chanes Wkiker ... ;, 1894 John :-Gretton ... ,, ,, 1894 Edmund J. Hall ...,, ,, 1895 Thos. Cieh:ents ... ,, ,, 1895 Joh.n .. ... .,, 1895 John aSolhnd... ... 1, ,, 1896 John . Rappel ... ~, ,, 1896 Edwa.i Nkdols . ,, 1896 The Conecril meets at 1)aly's Hallon the last MeIdk..y In the month. Officers. Secretary, collector, valuer, and inspector of nuisances-Chas. H. Alexander, Eng:neer-Alex. Rodgers, C.E. Health officer-J. C. Baird, M.B.B.S. Treasurer-Jnc Coi n idh. Dog registrar--Joseph tIall, LIeales ville; Henry Robinson, Marysville.
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
Marysville. A pieturesque postal township on the Stevenson River, 62 miles. east of MIel hourne. Rail direct to Healesville, thence daily .viclh, thli road passing over the far= famed Black Spur. The scenery at Mairys ville 3s extremuely pretty ; the Stevenson Falls are two miles distant, and "Toniny's Bend", and .Comnberland Creek. are :near. It ha' twd-onr?'hotels;-state ?chool;-police station, and two stores. The district is purely grazing. It is connected with Nar bethong and Healesville by telephone. -M. Keppel, postmaster.. Population, 80.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
Important to Ad vortiot s. SHORT NOTICES will be publslhed in THE GrUARDIAN at the following rates per.insertion :-- Sixtee viinords, or under .., .., 18. Twenty-four words, or under ... 1s. 6d. Thirty-six words, or under .. 2s, Orders for withdrawal of quarterly ad qertisements must be in writing, and adver tisements withdrawn during the currency oj a quarter must be paid for to the end of the Current quarter. Casual Advertisements must bear 'the 7lumber of insertions required, otherwise they woill be inserted and charged for till counter qnanded, C asual .advertisements require.to be in hand before six. oc'cock every 7T7urs day, otherwise insertion will not be guaranteed. Persons . handing in advertisements for insertion- fin this newspaper, or ordering .,)yinting at this off.ee, will be held i'igyQ~sible for payment for the same. D. MUNRO, S Proprietor,. . ..... . a ..... ..;r c .? " . .', " "'1J JOE LEVY, TUREP COMMISSION AGENT (Member of Victorian Club and Bowe's Tatersalls). M...
The Stamp Duties Act. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 3 August 1894
'TI Stamp Duties Act. As the following scale of duties re. quired to be paid in the shape of stamps, which have to be attached to various documents and cancelled in as. curdance with the Stamp Duties Act, may:prove of use for reference to our readers, we publish them in full.. The tatlle sets out the several documents which coale under the operation of.the Act, and also the value of the stamps required to he attached to each :; BILL OF EXClIAxGE.r Bill of Excithage and-'r-u:nis~ory iNoI. Where the amount or value of the money for which a hbill or not, is drawn exceeds £10.00i), then ,fir every £50 of thie an-.inut or valite, and also for any fractional part Of £50 of such amount or val,,, .. 0 1 f1 Bill of exchange payable on i lema, :ltr, e able with seirne duty as a promiss.,ry n.Ot, for same amounit. (Embossed stamps mnsst be u-seil,wlhich ilit) be obtained at all L'ost Oltllus.) EXEIgrroNs. 1. Draft or order drawn uy any banker it Victoria upon any other banker in. Vit,.ris not ...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 August 1894
THE HZALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. SA spoecial meeting of the above was held as the secretary's office on Mon day evening last, There we?, present, Crs. M'Gretton, Holland, ` Walker, Green, and Clements, Cr, Green being voted to the chair. The following tenders were dealt with :-Contract 351.-Corduroy on Don Road.-Howell and Holland, £11 5s.; Hogben and Donnelly, £4 16s.; Lindupp and Murray, £6 6s.; an un. signed tender at -£4 10s. was also re ceived, but was deemed informal. Hogben and Donnelly's tender was ac cepted, on the motion of Or. Walker, seconded by Cr. M'Gretton.-For the sundry works at the Dairy bridge only one tender was received, that of Hol. land and Howell; but councillors con sidered the figure too high, and on the motion of Cr. Clements, seconded by Cr. Walker, it was resolved to call for fresh tenders for the next ordinary meeting. , Mr. J. Banks being present by rp quest, the~consideration "of arriving at some amicablb arrangement"'*with' r ' gard to the drain which ...
[COPY.] Grand Hotel, 28th July, 1894. Sec. Healesville Shire Council, [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 August 1894
[corr.] Grand Hotel, 28th July, 1894. Sec. Healeaville Shire Council, Dear Sir,-We are in receipt of your favor of the l7th inst,, wherein you inform us your Council has instructed you to apply to us for a further sum of £2 12s. Qd. on account of the drain fronting our premises. We are somewhat at a loss how to take the matter. Sqrely this is aqother of those historical jokes for which our Council is becoming quite famous ; or are we to take it as a direct ijsuit-a spasmodic effort to over-ride the willing horse ? However, whether the demand is due to any idiosyn crasy from which the Council may sutffer, or whether they are trying to establish a precedent for their future guidance, we beg you to inform them that we decline in toto to @qtertain them on the subject. We are, sir, yours truly, 18eRT & COLES.
(To the Editor of the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 10 August 1894
(To the Editor of the Guardian.) SiR,-The general impression derived from the remarks of several of the coun cillors at their last meeting, as reported in your last issue, together with the so-called " be not received" vote, in reference to our reply to their unjust demand for money, is that they and not us are the aggrieved, parties, and further that our communica tion must have been of a most unwar rantable nature. I should like that you would publish the unreceived letter, which I enclose herewith, and thereby remove this erroneous impression. We generously contributed £5 towards the cost of the drain fronting our premises, and in "doing so removed a time-honored nuisance and an eyesore to the township. It was dis tinctly understood by all parties that this. amount should be our first and final con-. tribution. What, then, do the Council mean by the demand ? This problem, we notice; they do not attempt to solve. Apologising for trespass on your space, we can only say in conclusio...