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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 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 non-de-plume is affixed. ABOUT THAT DANGEROUS (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 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 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 non-de plume is afiixed.. ABOUT T-AT DANGEROUS BRIDGE. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) Siit,-The paragraph appearing in your issue of last week on the above subject calls for.a little comment. I must cer.tainly give you credit for ven tilatingtie matter, and if the present agitation leads to the erection of a new bridge, the residents affected: should rem'emher,THE GUARDIAN with grati tude. I do not agree, however, with you, or the President of. the Shire, in foisting any of the liability on to this Shire. It derives no revenue from the other side of the river, and as it pro vided a capital bridge a li...
CRICKET. TROPHY COMPETITION. LILYDALE V. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
"CRCKET. TROPHY COMPETITION. LILYIDBLE Y. HEALESVILLE. 'The return match in the above com petition was commenced on the freales ville ground on Saturday last. The day proved a most pleasant one for the game, being bright and not too warm. The visitors journeyed hither in a four in-hand drag, and play was commenced at about three o'clock. Mr. W. Oliver, the captain of the visitors, having 'on ,the toss from Captain Allan, elected to send his men in to bat. The first three men of the visiting 'team made a very creditable stand, Stennett having 20 to 'his credit, and Sweeney and M'Dionald 12 respectively. The local players were betunning to think` they were in' for anothe'r good drubbing, but after the batsmen named had ,been disposed of, a change come over the scene. At the fall of the first three wickets the score stood at 43, while at the close of the innings it was increased by only 20. runs, thus showing a dreadful falling off, the total being 63. The local players seeing the scor...
MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
2MEIBOURNE LETTER. I[FRox OUR OWNs CORESPONDENT.] Federationisi+?thaeir again.. Thanks to the Australian Natives' ALsiciation the subject was again mooted at:a meet, ing held in the Gollingwood Town mHall, last Monda.y night. We hav.e frst to convince ourselves that the thing is desirable, and if -we arrive.at ,the conclusion that it is .so, we cannot ,do abetter ,than act upon the .advice of A.tke,Sir 1obert Peel When you want ;any.thing, he said, agitate:! agitate!! agitate .!!! until you get it. The .A.N.A. appears to be acting upon this :ad,vice, and, all things .considered, .the ,members are probably not far wrong in ,doing sq. For, after all, the question amounts to this-Is this great continent ito be inhabited by people welded' into .a great nation, like .our cousins of- the United ,States of America, :and our still neiirer relations; those who hav.e grouped themselv.es together -in the lDoriinion ,f' Canada,. or, are we to re ippai&lt;spliit up into a number .of over...
RUNNING SUNDAY TRAINS, AND "HEDONISM." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
RUNNING, SUNDAY TRAINS, b AND H IIEIDONISM," tl [By A.W.] a fi.: 'appear,. before you again, gentle c readers, to say' something more on the question of running Sunday trains and its relation to ultra-Sab hatarianism. , In the previous article I thought that I had clearly shown that running these trains was a real benefit to a large section of the' com munity, and not inconsistent with the observance of the Sabbath as prescribed in both the old and new testament scriptures. But a champion has ap peared in print, who, taking a different c view of the matter, attempts to chal- I lenge the correctness of the view I have endeavored to place before you, When t I glanced first at the heading of the letter by " F.H.G,," a feeling of satis- I faction passed through my mind at the prospect of experiencing The stern joy w\hich warriors feel In fuemen worthy of their steel. But I was doomed to disappointment,; for on a careful perusal of the letter 1 [ ofoi T''Fery L?" littli-b-ti tioue'do0en-...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
4 t lutbatruirc. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS, ·------------- · ·- · ~ ·--- -~~-~ `FRiDAY, JANUARY 12, 1894. ONE of the peculiarities of the position of a newspaper pro prietor is that, in addition to being involved with the com mon duties of an ordinary busi ness man, he is also the custo dian of national interests, and as a guardian of public duties and rights he is apt to run counter to the alleged or real interests of some one member of the community. The case of Speight v. Syme is one of many illustrations of our re mark. That Mr. Syme started the " Age" as a business where by he could get bread and but ter, and something more, is quite true. He is a man, mere ly human, and requires food, a home, clothing, and a few lux uries. He certainly did not start the "Age" for the pur pose of starving by it, and equally certain that a number, perhaps a majority, of the read ers and advertisers who patron ise the" Age" do so for purely selfish and mercantile interests. But although the patro...
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
JlaE@, Of Nfrg, Fernshaw, Black Spur, Stevenson :Falls, 1Iathinna .Falls, Condon Falls.. Malleson's Lo6k-out, Mount" Juliet, Moiunt Riddell, Mount Monda, Mount St. Lenoard, Cnran lerrk:. aboriginal station, and Don River :Road.
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
THE IIEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. Cnunties-Anglesey and Evelyn. Parish;es-Buxton. Glenwatts, Narlmtlong Stev?enon., and part of Gracedrle and Granton.' Province-Sinth-Eastern. ~Iemnhers of ConncilI-Hons, Jas. Balfour. Jas. Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D. Eledtoral District--Evelyn. Division i?;tlesvilleh. Member of Assembly-E. H. Cameron. le:.tnr?n Distrit-An lescy. Division Marvsville. Membher of Assembly-M. K. MKICenzie.
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
Ileti?esville Shire. Constituted e shire, 30th September, '1887. Area-200 square miles. Popula 4inn, 1225 ; ratepayers on roll, 292. An nual value, £12,602 ; rate, is. in £. Ile -venue, £2,900. President of Shire-Jno. M. Keppel. Councillors. 'Thos. Barton ,,, ... Retires, Aug., 1894 Charles Walker ... ,, ,, 1894 John M'Gretton ... ,, ,, 1894 Edmund J. Hall ... , ,, 1895 Thos. Clements ... ,, ,, 1895 John Green .., ... ,, ,, 1895 John Holland... ... . . ,, 1.896 ;Tnhn M. Keppel ... ,, ,, 1896 Elward Nichols ...1896 The Counccit meets at-Daly's Hall on the last Monday in the month. Officers. Secretary, collector, valuer, and inspector of nuisances-Chas. H. Alexander, Engineer-Alex. Rnoiers-, C.E. "Health otticer-J. C. Baird, M.B.B.S. Treasurer-Jno Cornish. Dog registrars-John J. all. IIHeale, -vill - Henry llh:,inson. Marysville.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
THE "LOUIS VELVETEEN. - ' The strictest examiner may try every test of touch and sight without discovering that these are other than the Genoa Velvets which they so closely resemble, while the peculiar arrangements resulting in the fast woven pile enable them to stand interminable and rough wear, which would ruin real velvets at four times the price. ForCostumes and Trimmings it is unequalled, and in fact for all purposes in which Silk •"? Velvet may be used we specially recom ? mend the LOUIS" VELVETEEN. S.E1very yard of genuine bears the nuame of , " LoiS." 1 May be had from all Drapers 'throughout the Colonies, most of whom will send quet-patterns POST FREE on ap plication. , SEWING MACHINES. SýWRINGER APSBURG Ri __ _ TH E~ S APSBU 0 RGANS ERAMBULATORS -FOR ERI SME - AT ANY OF THE ARoMNhMs WERTHEIMI Sewing MachineDepots. i - The Best Lb E R s al.erproof Bi ,bc FISa BRAND aLCKER I aanled waterpenof IdnWIkp you drAC In HILL'S MAGIC VERMIN KILLER Is Certain Death to , - They tumble ...
PRESENTATION TO MR. D. CAMERON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
PRESENTATION TO MR. D. CAMERON. A very pleasant duty was- under taken and performed by several mem Iers of the' local Shire Council and its officers on Saturday evening last, viz, the presentation to Mr. D. Cameron who some few months ago resigned his position as secretary to take' up the dities of town elerk to the Borough of Echuca, to which he had been ap pointed--of a handsome watch and gold albert chain, in recognition of the able and careful manner in which he had performed his duties as secretary. Councillor T.J Green, J.P., occupied the .chair, and there were also present Councillors Clements and Hall, ex councillor. S. Sloss, Mr. C. H. Alex ander (the present shire secretary), and Mr. A. Rodgers, C.E. (shire engineer). Mr. Green, in making the presenta tion, said it afforded him very great pleasure in having the honor of ac knowledging, on behalf of the Council, the many good qualities of their..late secretary; -Mr. Cameron --Mr: Green said that he had invariably found the ...
YARRA GLEN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10. (Before Mr. O'Meara, P.M., Dr. Kilpatrick and Mr. W. Bell, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
YARRA GLEN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10. (Before Mr. O'Meara, P.M., Dr. Kil patrick and Mr. W. Bell, J's.P.) Dawborn, Morey and Co. v. Davis: Goods supplied, .£6 10s.-Order for amount and costs. H. Taylor v. A. E. Walkenden: Wages, £19 10s.-Order for amount. Constable Arnold' v. Chas. Killen: Drunk whilst in charge of a horse and cart.-Fined 5s., or 24 hours' impri sonment. Same v. John Sund i Drunk and dis orderly.-This man was not fit to an swer the charge, and was remanded for seven days for medical treatment.
IN A TIGHT PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
IN A TIGHT PLACE. "Are you sure you will lie home on, Thursday T' inquired nlrs. Pewitt, as she helped her husband on with his overcoat. - "What is the uie oF repeating that question l" responded Pewitt. "I've already told you that:I expect to return on thatn day if I am alive." " Wdell, do take care of yourself," she said a little timidly. "Of couriseI will! And pray re membter,.Mrzs.Pewitt, to look well to the house while I am gone. It will lie better not to go out at all, as the girl may not be trusted alone. There, don't choke me with that muffler. Good bye " . And kissing his wife Mr. Pewitt hurried off to the dep6t. As-it-happened;-he missed the train by just one minute, and as he would have to wait two hours for the next, he concluded to stroll about a little. In passing a drygoods store he hap pened to glance within, and was amazed to behold' his - wife, whom he had left quietly at home, seated at the counter, looking over some goods. He peered through a window where he coul...
THE DORA DORA MURDERER. CRIMINATING EVIDENCE BY WILLIE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894
THE DORA DORA MURDERIER.. CRIMINATING EVIDENCE BY WILLIE. The capture of Willie has placed be yond doubt the question as to who was the perpetrator of the outrage on Mrs. Smith, in Benalla West, nearly three years ago. Detective-sergeant Sains bury last week proceeded to Albury for the purpose of identifying Willie, &nbsp; whom he addressed by his native name. The black immediately recognised the &nbsp; sergeant, and said it was a long time since he saw him. Sergeant Sainsbury thereupon entered into conversation with him regarding the murder of Mrs. &nbsp; Smith, and Willie became communica tive. He said he was induced to run &nbsp; away from the Benalla police station by &nbsp; Jack, and also that he had been greatly &nbsp; frightened by boys in the town telling &nbsp; him that both he and Jack would be hanged. At the time he levanted he had no idea who committed the mur der, but subsequently Jack told him that he did it on a ...
HEALESVILLE V. BOHEMIA C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 January 1894
jH EALESVILLE, V. BOHEMIi C.0. The aboove clubs wvill try oon.clusions on0 Friday'next; whei we hope tosee a good gaaue of cricket.; , The team to re 'present Healesville will be chosen from the names given above. Play cohin ;mences at 11 o'clock sharp. I This is how our Mansfield contempor aryiiddresses itself to'its subscribers and adveirtisers ' in 'the ihatter of settling. their accounts, which being somewhat. unique in its way, . and straight to the point, we reprint it:-" To our sub scribers and advertisers.-As we have rendered our" half-yearly (and, in some cases, two or three-yearly) ac counts, we beg to notify that all persons knowing themselves to be indebted to this officeare requested to call and settle. All thoes indebted to this office, and not knowing it, are requested to call and find out. Those knowing them selves to be indebted, and not wishing to call, are requested to stay at one place long enough for us to catch t1hem.."
HEALESVILLE V. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 January 1894
SHEALESVILLE V. YARRA GLEN A match will lie played betveen the Yarra Glen and' Healesville 'cricket clubs to-morrow on the Glen's groundl The'team to represent 'ealesville svill be selected fron the following p.lyers: -Allan, George' Baird, Hayes, Harvey, Baizsary, ?'Jury;, Wilson, " J; Oullen, Holland:Hart;, Phillips (2), . Cullen, Knell,' Pdrceli, Wandin, An dersoni, Strickland; Fitzpatrich, Taylor, and M'Sweeney.. ' Umpire :R. Wan din, senr. - . " The Yarra GIen'teaim vwill be choseni from the followiag :-Spear, Bassett, Wilsonb? (3), Clements (2), Smith (2), Sauiders, ,W61oc6bt, OCu!nmings, Far rell, Petty, 'Alberts, 'Keat, Sullivan, and Ning.. ' Umnirie:' Hf Biggs. .:.. . . , . ..1 .=.:~ .. . , ,