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Christian Endeavour Corner. "For Christ and the Church." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

Ohristian Endeavour Corner. " For Christ and the Church." The " one clear call " has come dur ing the past week to Miss Frances Willard, the well-known temperance advocate, and the world is poorer to= day for her death. HIer sympathies may be described as u orld-wile. As a leader among women she had few, if any equals. In the causes of temper ance and purity she was ever to the fore, and thousands will miss the beauty of her character, which showed itself in deeds of kindness and love. Among other qualities she possessed the " pen of a ready writer," and endeavourers would do well to read many of her books. Although Miss Willard was not, so far as we are aware, immedia tely identified with the endeavour movement, she did much to help it forward. Her life was a pure reflec tion of the great Mlaster's, and it was that which made her so attractive and beautiful. She once said to a friend, "I wish 'to be remembered for the little good .1 have tried io do," and her oodles is l~r 'endarih...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. LINDSAY RUSSELL TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

CRICKIET. LINDSAY RUSSELL TROPHIES. The following is the list of matches : Febry. 19th and 26th. Seville V. Upper Yarra, Steel's Creek v. Lilydale Healesville a bye. March 5th and 12th. Steel's Creek v. Healesville, Lilydale v. Upper Yaira.: Seville a bye. All the above are on the grounds of the first hamed club.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Courts of Potty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

Courts of Potty cossions. Courts of petty sessiors will be held dur; ing the year 1898 as under : Name of Court. fonr. Feb. A.M Andlers.on s Creek 11 7 Eltha .. .... 11 8 Yarra Glen ... 9... .30. 16 P.M. Elealesville ... 2.30 17 ie eltherl ... ... 10 14, 21 Ferinree, Gully . 9 22 Lilydal .. ... 9.30 4, 11, 18 25 The C:lerk' f Cohirts 'will attend to issue Iurlnr?nle?s and other processes as under:- WVednesday preceding each Court at Yarra Glen Thursday Do. Irdalesvillo Every Friday at Lilyda e

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Sunday Excursion Trains. DOWN : [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

Sunday Excursion Trains. Dow : Prince's Bridge, dep ... ... 11.10 am Healesville, arr ... ... 1.10 pm Up: Healesyville, dep . ... 6.35 pin Prince's Bridge, arr ... ... 8.44 pm

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

Healesvillo Post and" Telegraph Office. -Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m Telegraph office open from 8.30 ni.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, and 6 to 8 p.m. deposits only. Mails close for Melbourne 10.25 nm and 10.25 prl dally. Intermediate 7.15 r Marysville I and '0 ... ... 9.30 um daily Narbethong J Arrive from- Melbourne, &c... 9.55 am 2.40 pm 7.30 pm daily. Marysville and ... 7 pm daily Narbethong MISS A. CHAPMAN Postmistress.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

Close Season foir SGa , Io. TaE WHO.E YaR : 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, epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants, platypus, podargus or mopokes, robins, seals, southern stone plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. JUNE 14 TO DECEMBER 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds. AUGUST 1 TO FlsBRUAu 28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons, quail. AUGUST 1 to DECEMBER 20. All birds known as cranes, such as herons, egrets, &c. ; all honey-eaters except wattle: birds and leather-heads; all kingfishers other 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, po...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

News of the Week. " Too PREvIous."-"Never hullo till your out of the wood" said the iron duke and the wisdom of. his remark was shown during the week in a rather disagreeable, manner. Though nearly everyone had lost palings during the -recent fircs;-:Mr.:T. Chandler was-sin gularly fortunate, as he only lost a few hundred. .When' the rains, put the tires out he felt thoroughly secure; but they have since burst out afresh; and we are sorry to hear he has lost eleven or twelve thousand palings during the week. FIREFLIES.-One of our staff on Sun- day saw an example of how fire flies and also a practical contradiction of Mr. Matheson's contention that the railway engine sparks seldom or never set fire to the grass. The train was just passing through Mr. David Mitchell's Cave Hill property when a spark from the engine dropped into the long grass, and before the train whirled out of sight, it had spread rapidly over the face of the hill and had assumed the proportions of a small bush fire...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Railway Time Table. Up. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

Rlaiway Ticane Table. Up." Heale-., dep 7.0 am 10.45 am 7.50 pm Yarna Gien I, p. 7 22 a.m., 11.10 a.:n., 3.40° p.m., 8.11 p.m. Lilydale, dep. 8 a.m., 11.55 a.m., 5.40" p.m., 8.44 p.m. Mell,, arr 9.14 am 1.15 pm 10.3 pm Down. Mel ldcep 7.37 am 12.15 pm 5.12 pm lih.a'ds. arr. 9.45 am ;.2.30 pm 7.19 pm Lilid'alu. arr 9 an 1.33 pim. 6.34 Yarrai Glen.l rr 9.20 am.2 pi 1 6.55 pm Fares :-ihealesville S ingle : First cl:as. O?s Gd ; second class, 4s 4d. iReturn: First class, 9s 9.1 : seehned class. is Id. Sunday--First class rettru, 4s 11 !; so andl class, 3s 3d. Ex,?ursion-l-eturn: First class, 5s ld; second class, 3s 7d. Lilydule--Singhle : First class, 2s. 9d.; ;e cond claes, 2s. Return: First class, 4s. 2d., second class, 3s. Excursion : Return, First class, 3s. 2,1.; secmnd class, 2s. 3-1. Sunday-Heturn, first class, 3W.; second cla'-sm, 2s. Y;,rra Glen-Single : First class, 4s 66l ; second class, 3s 2d ; Return : First clars, 6s 101 ; second class, 4s 9d. Ex cursion : Return, first cl...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Upper Yarra Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

Upper Yarra Shire. The monthly meeting of the above shire was held in the Shire Hall, War burton, on Wednesday, there being present:-President McKay, and Crs. Clark, Ryan, Tulloch, Goodson, Wil son, Wildman, and Sergeant. The principal business was as fol lows;-A rate of Is. in the ?£1 was struck.,, .. It was decided, on the motiort of Or. Clarke, that tenders be called to have the roads kept in .repair from 1May to December. Tenders are to be in by thl 27th of April.: It was decided to ask the Public Works Departmentto grant money for' repairing bridges and culverts destroyed by the recent fires. The sum of £15 15s. Gd. was passed to D. Ewart for completed work on the' Don and Dairy roads. It was decided to repair and replace bridges and culverts on the Dairy road, tenders to he in by the 9th of March; The resolution passed at last meet ing to' borrote £1000 was confirmed. Mrs. Boardem: "How do you find the chicken soup, Mr. Boarder?" Mr.Boarder: "I have no difficulty in finding th...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Dixon's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

On .Saturday a cricket match was: layed betwieeln our local cldi' and Tellangie, the latter team having a-a easy victory. Refreshments were pro vided a- Mr. Ellia'i, and a diance was 'njoyed during the evening at Mir. Ned Hargraves. A bible class of weekly meetings has been inaugurated in connection with hle Church of England, and a good tiart was nmade on We\dnesday, when the Rev. A. Ebbs selected as his first reading, "The Acts of the Apostles." Mi?. Ernest 11argraves is to be the next *expounder of sacredl writ, and a course of continuous most pleasant and in ?ttructive readings is anticipated. Mr. oniiiradi. the. rirganist, willingly pre sides over the nisic-il portion, which is how Iveing'i uch strengthened by a fair proportion of addiioinal local talent. We have experienced most anxious times during the rtecent surrounding 'fires, and Ihae bec-n most fortunate in -alusiiot entirely escaping the worst. The splendid recent, sho'wers seeimed to fiaVe nea'rly ollite,:atefd tlhe im...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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THE WIZARD'S LEGACY. CHAPTER VII. DR. MANUEL COMES HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

THE W?IZARD'S LEGACY. BY E. J. LYsAcIrT. CHAPTER VII. DR. MANUEL COMES II031E. There never was a more graceful, not a deeper how than that which Manuel Chesham made, in return for Dr. H tiniltan's little speech. " How amt I to deserve such wishes attul such goodness ! Perhaps it will Ihe a passport to your favour, Doctor, if I tell you that I am a member, a very unworthy miembler, of your noble pro- t fession;" then turning to the major he t added, [I am Dr. Manuel Chesham, now, father. I :mn a mere rolling stone, it is true., utI may hope to ga ther a little moss." 1 " And very glad I am to hear that you lave, at last, chosen a profession, a noble one, as you say! Hit-e you come home for good, Manuel ? " A queer look flashed into Dr. Matihels hlaiitsonme eyes. "aor good ? I hope so: hut I do not immean to settle in Englind. I took out. my diploma in Mexico ? I have fri-ends there. So do not he afraid that I shall spoil any . one's practice here. I take my holidays noow, then, when ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

Tho itealeovilo Iotel, Good Acconlodnatiou for visitors and Tourists. Best Brands cfE Wines and Spirits. IIOPSES ANtD VStlLf.S : FO (R liRllE. GOOD STARDl.INoG. Ecrnos ftaobrratc. E. 1. .IGBY , Proprietor. TEETH. T -ETH. TEETEETX!1 lI. (. B. SOWEI?BY. of Melibournc. will Attend Heslesville on Monadays, Dec. 13, ; 37. And Umay he Consulted At .31i. Matthews', Nicholson-street (same ntlhe as the hbnk), On those dates. Teeth Extraccted Painlessly,.. STOPPING AND SCAI.ING. S"' Artificial 'I'Tet'li of the hest quality at Moleraie Prices. AND A ' $0038 REOPRO I RT, Nicholson St., llealesville (Opposite Recreation Hall). + +++'+++-.H-++++++++= + I +++++++t +t ,+++ 41++i: ::I+++-+-+++++++++-++ -+'+++++ BEGS TO INTIMATE TO the Residents of Healesville and:sur rounding districts that she Has Conmmenced Business In the above premises, and hopes by prompt attention to the requirements of the public to merit a share of their support. ALL - KINDS - OF - MUSIC VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL Always in stoc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

?'1:;L xI4C~VSI'3 GOOD P ICES. S" RM3ER?S a RJITOROWERS :, . .: <'· . t..lhe:ilsh of . l Maiun Street, E: : ::stablishec d I 8SM i S'i;.li;in ntcipation of a Good Season km made, Extensivs. Purchases of , DRAPERY;: BOOTS anid SHOES; Latest Novelties in DRESS OOODS, ; TRIMMINGS. FANCY GOODS BOLEROS . QUN COLLAET'ES.. CTFFS. MIcE TrIINTERY'. ?immed Millinery a speciality Dressmaking by a FIRST-CLASS IIAN'D Fit Style and Workmlanship Guaranteed. fancy Prints, TMuslins, Nainsooks Batiste's, Zephyrs, Canvas Cloths. Calicoes, Sheetings Drills, Hollanda Striped Galateas, Fancy Drills. CLOTEING DEPARTMENT Men's,'Youth's, and Boy's Suits, Trousers & Vests.. Trousers: FULL ASSORTED STOCK OF NEW GOODS. Irats, Shirts, Collars and Ties. Suits to Measure. Fit Guaranteed. BOOTSI Largest Stock in the District. Best Makers Only GROCERY DEPARTMENT.. BEST GOODS. R2'Note the' Following Prices: Bflst Roller~Flour, per htgI - 29 0..O; No. iSu.giar, per ,ar ... 14 6 Oatm'eal, per. lb 2 ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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A Jockey's Terrible Condition. A SERIES OF ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

A- Jockey's Terrible Condition. A SERIES OF ACCIDENTS'." ' It may be taken for granted thah no thing is further froin the mind of [the jockey, when riding in a close-contested race, than the chances of an accident occurring. The frequency with which mishaps take place on the racecourse, however, serves to illustrate the old saying, "It's the unexpected that gener ally happens. " Mr. T. H. Lampard, of 15 Fisher street, Adelaide, who was an intense sufferer from indigestion and internal injuries, the results of accidents with horses, and who has been completely cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People, stated his case to the re porter as follows: " I have been a sufferer for years with Chronic Indigestionand inuternal injuries received accidently from horses. When I was 16 years of age a horse threw me heavily, which stunned me, and I lay unconscious for six-hours. I was carried home to wihere I was then .living atsEast Well ington, duth Aus tralia, and for days adffer ·'vas ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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V.R.C. Autumn Meeting. THE TOUT'S TIP. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 February 1898

V. .C. AntUrn " Mee ting. TnE TOUT's TIP e '- "irst Day,: Saturdaje, 3rds Fs; -ii ii : Aidriiin . ... The Newmiarket Handicap. Amherite or Resolute ..:;1. Amiable ... .. ... 3 Second Day, Tuesday. ist March. The Australian Cup. W. R: Wilson's best .'. 1 Battalion or Amberite ... 2' His Grace ..; . 3 Third Day, Thursday, 8rd March. The Champion Stakes. Aurumn .. .. 1.. Ainberito ..2 Bhmndok or Wait-a-Bit 3 Fourth Dayi Saturday, 5th March. The All-Aged Stakes. tr.:. Wilson' a best: 1 Amiable . ... 2 r Amberite or Cocos ; 3, Loch Plate. S Battalion . 1 Resqlute 2. . i3 Bundook or Eleusive . ;. 3 Lo dno StiOEBLACK (to innocent FPad dy) '', Shine, your. bioots;, sir.? Innocent Paddy: Indade you niay, sorri!-ind (leavr ing the slioeblack unpaid) "Indade; an' the t bo ys are very cline and koiiid in this part utg u the country

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898

The coming dread of the Australian colonist is the apparent increase of that dreadful complaint, Hydatids. Some say, that there is no cure for it, only by operation; but in niy experience 1, say that the only cure is to he found by [Medicine. My son I found had a small swelling on his side, although but little notice was taken of it until it in iereased in size: and four (4) years 'af'terwards wi tork him to two "(2) doctors, who wanted at once to ope rate upont hiim. I at first otjected, hut aftltrwards ionk hitls to le. Childreu's 1-lospital for operaltion, 'which was un suiccessful. AftCr another lmmonth he *;iad to lie operated on again, which wtis also unsniccessful. HI-l lingei.red for hltout three (3) moniths, ,gIting very weask. I was thlln :atlvised) to take himt to th,' Ilontmopa:thic Ilnspiali. The ldctol.rs there ulneo W;IantId to iioperalt 'upon hime again; limut, exte-rimmiCttmg a "d'luttt uis to his ir,.,,very l-ti tn thought Iliat. as the doct-ors in Intit hosplitals...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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A WONDERFUL SUCCESS In CURING ALL INCURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by W. MENTIPLAY AND SON. No matter what your complaint may be, chronic or otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898

4 wONDDERFUL SUCCESS In CURTING xLL INCURABLE DISEASES Ita.s been Attained by W. mE-"NT1PLAY AND SAM, No miintter what your complaint,. may be, chronic or otherwise. Our cmnr~oes for our Iferlal Prepira Itaint: are utde.ratP e opa rmd to at hers, :nrrl i'hat. maikes k lit hem more m ,tlh-ie I{ ELI A I3LE. We successffully CURIT, lii." rollowitu, elis!ei'aiiict:-il.hI s wit Ii jo11 mmrtitt Erysipehas in 2-4' boa t.. lItnoel Ioitoriin"i and Dlplm$ielin, c.I m paIt in tsrvotm I)etmjlit v, rit nm;it :,nmmil m FO p, P1ilest, Sciatical alnla mim l:.ianti retmove fromm tt 'blooat! ll :Iii('jir. tXie also cur,.- :>Alit Iia, "Itmj enmm, Fi a, Comihsurv, 11:111 an y b Ni"mramhaia r::mml aIl otlm'*r Ilr·mtbi re-' lists. Our hair r~stornmr is the mttost rem liiiarf that persons' wrmt in- "for ! Vinci' lsumlu! piirs a,.t il).or reply. «". Alfmmtipln , sen., will lie, i., unt. om -.1 "3att mmmmm at, hisi "hop from 10. i :: i.Xipt 1nc mt'r iv 'ýloimdmm, wimimm It,. i nlh :11"'si111 from *'30 ti...

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Mr. Mentiplay. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898

Mr. MIentiplay,-Sir, Ibeg to tender you my sincerest thanks for the wori derful cure you 'pnrfornied on my child.: Th' said child when, bhout 11 months old contractied a-, cold which turned to Bronchitis and afterwards to double Pneumonia, and was for. weeks laying at denlth'. door; then wors?s of all he. got .that dreaded distease Mraasmus ' from: which so nany children pine away and de. He gradially wnsted aw ay, till at last heli got ..so .ssmall and fril: that we thouglit every day .utd be ? id last, aind for the '.ist. -few weekllsr itore taking him to,.you we- justi tmnag,;l to kieep hlil alive on week hrandy and, water. During tihe whole of thia tim?e thi:? child h:ad the attiidnIance and advice of somnc of the thist Doc tors in the colony for which I 'paid a go:od in: su of :nllney. As a Inst iresourcee i? was' intdured to take the child to :you with the. following :result' that i' less' tthan one week undi.r your succe~sfuil trertuient: he had starred .:to ifimprove riand w...

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Irritability, Lassitude, Severe Headaches, Biliousness. THE RESULTS OF A DISORDERED LIVER DISPELLED BY DR. WILLIAMS'S PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898

Irritability, L?Iassitude, Severe Headaches, Biliousness. THE RESULTS .OF A DISO1? DERED LIVER DISPELLED BY DR.WILLIAMS'S. !PINKI PILLS FOR PALE-REOPLE*E (From the North Shore Times.) "I was never sick:in my life till I had a severe attack of Influenza." So remarked Mr. John Hilton, of 28 Victoria street, North Sydney; to a re porter of the North Shore Times, and, continued he, " that began my otrou bles. 'It left me with a disordered liver, and I suffered"from a series of acute attacks of Billiousness; in fact I was never quite free fromu them. I al ways felt billiousness. The attack used to commence with a violent head ache between the eyes; this was fol lowed by a feeling of heaviness'in both head and limbs and a strong disinci" nation to move. I could not face the light, and was forced to go into my bed room and pull down the blind and lie on the bed. At such. times the slight estsound would make me irritable and angry. I got very low as the attack progressed, and the very thoug...

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Condemned to Death. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898

Condemned to Death. An innocent man condemned to death for any crime is indeed a very sad sight. Yet he dosen't lose hope. His lawyers appeal from one court to another, and they are bound to save him if he can be saved. It is the same way with a man condemned to death by a disease. He doesn't give up. He tries doc tors, then patent medicines, and other alleged remedies for his case, until at last he finds the right medicine to cure him, viz., Bile Beans for Bilious ness. Bile Beans are one of the safest and surest purgative medicines on the market, and, unlike most laxa tive remedies, they act direct on the bile ducts, causing the liver to secrete and east increased quantities of this fluid into the bowels, thus flushing the same out as a stream of water would a drain. Bile Beans 'are not an ordinary medicine. They are manufactured in one of the largest and best-equipped laboratories in the world at Detroit, Michigan, U. S. A., are an undoubted specific for Indi gestion, Headache, C...

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