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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
CRICIET. Tie roolangi cricketers visited Healesville on Saturday last to play a friendly game with the local club. The visitors batted first, and put up a total of S6 runs. J. Rintel was top scorer with 38, the only other player to reach double figures being A. Bassett, with 18. Bowling honors were divided be tween Heritage, Adams, and 5M'Callum. Healesville in their first innings put up 108. Adams 32, Pepper (not out) 19, Gibbs 18, and 5Moffat 12 were the principal scorers. \?. l'COashney took six wickets, and the other four fell to Bassett, Smith and Smedley. Toolangi made 41 in their second innings, J. Rintel being top scorer with 13. Dr. Baird took 7 wickets for 14 runs, and Gibbs 3 for 16. For Healesville's second innings M'Callum and Pepper hit np 21 for the loss of no wickets, anti the match resulted in a win for the locals by 10 wickets. Scores: TOOLANGI. A. Bassett, c Gibbs, b MO'Callum... 18 A. Smedley, b Heritage ... ... 0 J. Rintel, lbw., b Heritage ... 38 W. Beach, c Ad...
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse, nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondent.) COUNCIL MATTERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
CORRESPONDENCE. (W-e do not necessarily endorse, nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) COUNCIL -MATTERS. TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE GUARDIAN. Sir,--Finding myself somewhat be =nighted and in the dark as to move ments in Healesville, I would like to asIc, for my enlightenment, the follow ing questions: 1. For what object is the shire council elected by the ratepayers in the Shire of Healesville ? In my " green " days I used to imagine councils were elected to spend the ratepayers money to the best advantage to the town and surrounding district. Since residing in Healesviile this idea has been much dispelled, as witness the paltry state of our town for some time past. 2. In the event of the drainage of our town being undertaken, is it again possible for us, as ratepayers (through the council), to construct another pigs' trough and swamp under one of our own noses, especially if the majority of us are "not speaking " to the afore mentioned nose 3. What qua...
OUR AXEMEN IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
OUR AXEMEN IN TASM[ANIA. Messrs. A. Bryan and W. Donnelly, two of our local axemen, visited Tas mania last week to take part in the annual carnival of tlhe Australasian Axeman's Association, which took place at Ulverstone, and we extract from the reports of the proceedings the doings of " our boys," as given in the "North Western Advocate," as fol lows: In the champion chop, 2ft. standing block, "The trial was in every respect a splendid chop, each man eager, in tent, and keen as the blade he was wielding on the task that was before him. Louder than ever were the cries of the spectators, the axemen's personal friends exhorting them to 'go it Will,' wire in Abe,' or 'let 'em 'ave it Joe,' which however must have been lost in tLh. bahopl:hnfnuncld that r.m l.t-ah.ears. of the perspiring choppers. A great cry of ' Pettit wins' filled the air when this man's block parted in twain, his last stroke gaining for him the proud distinction of ' world's champion,' just prior to the axe of Abe ...
An Improvement In Glass Globes. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
An Imprrosmient In Glass CGlobes. It is w:ell !rniwn that opaque globes :Lbsorb a very large amount of the light ,f are Imns. au 1 whatever.present styl, ,f globe if' >sed a dark shadow is cast directly below t,'e lamp. To avoid these dificulties a new style of globe has beef. brought out in France made of transpar ent glass with circular depressions, hav ing such faces as to form lenses (similar t. the well known lighthouse lenses), the curvatures of which are so calculated tla; they refract and reflect so as to di~nusr the light. Such globes may be made o. pressed glass and although more ex pensive they d.ffuse light much. mcer economically tian` absorbing opal .o, ground glass globes.---New York Woild All nign need taskmnakers. Fortu nate are they who know how to get thea most out of themselves by acting ae their own taskmakers.., They plan eaci day in advanee, and do not toil hali hazard. Carefully estimating whit they can do; and should do, they hod themselves rigorously to ...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1900. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
PUBLISIIHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1900. GENEIRAL NEWS. We would draw the attention of our. councillors to the very unsatisfactory state of the bathing place. With the,. warm weather coming on, bathers are beginning to. frequent tile river for. a, dip,and complaints have reached us tlpt thistles and blackberries are growing in abeuldauce, the steps need attending to, and there is no seat for anyone to use whilst there, and the platform would be much appreciated were some of the.dirt removed from it. Pedestrians and wood-choppers, are. reminded that nominations for the various events in connection with the. Iiealesville Athletic Club's New Year's Day sports, close with the secretary, Mr. W. Shaw, on Saturday, 15th De cember. Theanniversaryof thelocal Wesleyan Church will be held on Sunday and Monday next, the 9th and 10th inst. On Sunday the services will be con ducted by Sister Hannah, of the Central Mission, Melbourne. The sans, lady will conduct a Pleasant Sunday Aft...
Cave Dwellers In Brooklyn. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
Cave Dwellers In Brooklyn. It is true enough that one half of tho world doesn't know how the other half lives, and it is likely that some residents of the Brooklyn heights are unaware of the cave dwellers who eat and sleep with in 50 feet of their back windows. In cut ting down the lill front to lay out Fur man street a precipitous face of gravel was left, and insteid of making an easy 4lope from the crest of the heights to the water's edge the gravel was kept in place by a heavy retaining wall. This wall has been pierced in several places, however, so that it has become the front of a row of un:lerground houses, veri :able caves that xtaend back for about ,0 feet into the iiill. the lawns and gar lens of the rich people overhead consti 'uting their roe 8. In these caves there nents. They ;ri- dark and rather damp. .3 they have no li,.ht or air except on he street wide.--New York Sun.
HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
IEALESVILLE. A. pretty municipal township, with post and telegraph and money-order office, and savings bank, situated at the junction of the Gfraceburn and Watts rivers, 39 miles east of Melbourne. Rail direct with Mel- botirne, Healesville being the terminus. A popular resort for visitors and tourists. It has thiee large first-class hotels. Grace dale House, a handsome summer resort, is situated near the foot of Mount .Juliet, ? b-e,-?thiree miles -from the railway' sta tion. There are a fine state school, four churches, branch of.the Colonial Bank, court house, police station, mechanics' in stituto and free library, a newspaper (Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian), a number of stores, and other, places of busi ness. Extensive recreation grounds, also beautiful bowling green and lawn tennis and croquet courts. Trout and blacktish mnay be caught in the rivers near Heales ville, and good shooting a few miles out. The district is principally grazing; there are several orchards and ho...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
M11any business men advertise only at certain seasons of the year, many prefer ring the fall and early spring. But the ex perience of advertisers who have tmaei the subject a study is that persistent advertis ing is the best and returns more profit con- sidering the outlay than advertising by fits-, and starts. It keeps one always before the public in a sense, and the power of a daily or weekly repetition of an advertisement is inestimable. A French writer says that the first time a person sees an advertise ment he hardly notices it; the second time, lie remembers he has seen it before;: tihe third time, lie reads it; the fourth time lie wonders if it meets his wants; and the fifth time, lie buys the article. This, it least, is human nature. A single insertion of an advertisement seldom produces much impression, but let that advertisement be repeated for a month or six months, and satisfactory results generally will follow. People remember that they have seen it before, and graduall...
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
M1ARYS.VILLE. A picturesque postal township on the Stev'enson ri-eir, 2 miles` east of 'Ael lourne. Coaches:leave Healesville daily for Ma.ysville, the road passing over the far-faiend Blacks; Spur.: The scenery at Marysville is' extremely pretty ; the Stevenson Falls are two miles'distant, and ":l'ommny's Bend " and Ctinberland Creek are near. It has two' good 'hopels, state school, police station, and two stores. The districf is purely grazing. It is.connected with Narbethong and Ucealesville by tele phae., Population, 80.
REASONS FOR ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
DVe::'ristl':- is the chief auxiliary of tre! A.,lvei li'sin i n? t t?li. ri:l itoi iis i s bi Aile tsL yi iniite.a -- I nwe. d ii. A lvarti.,,. y,. ll mic.- : T owe til ,. rus. is to il.- 1'. ' urr:r:um. "i hie ii t it i tuii l I.f llol' lf i. newspaper ,t, lverti ;'ll e its.-. --J , r .r, s'.z T'lhe itiniu ato i is . re foi r s li" re. ii;n aler.:in lioes iu?t lisow his lhi.ine . Ioii?i cill one iitn Iiow wha?l ll t ii? l w t" lesi yin ask fi r it, lor lihit y"n have .11 iinles yi.u a? ,'erti e It ?1-.lliiic !Ha cad. lhe aivhrt:sci:,its which appiei ini • ibh j,,tui al tla e rank tiiii,,il til't Iito iniiiifc,'iic t i li:t'iis o the stateif suci,.t f tht.tt tie .nl price. -Dirkecns. If you .?li vi ti:e it gives ylutlr plan sputa.tfian iiounl ; fallu will cmowl to you fairehiuse sldl l.tep lit ely. If yon ilon r-ant to ido anythliig. keep as still ,s yo an.-0. 17. L.eo,..ne. lThere is an ailolulte necessity for advei isitig; thls e. is a get e gerinss t, eompet oir attentin, and no...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
HIEALESVILLEL SHIRE. Onnstituted a shire, 30th September, 1887. Area, 283 square miles. Popula tion, 1350; ratepayers on roll, 290; rate, Ls. in the £. President-Cr. S. Sloss. Councillors. G. V. Furniston .. Retires, Aug., 1901 -1. J. Sheehan... ... ,, ,, 1901 F. G. Bailey ... ... ,, i, 1901 W. Nicholst .... . , ,, 1902 J. M. Keppel . ... ,, ,, 1902 J. T. Boone$ ... .. ,, ,, 1902 Thomas Crowley ... ,, ,, 1903 Stewart Sioss ... ... ,, ,, 1903 John 1MGretton ... ,, ,, 1903 *The late Cr. Chandler's seat. tCr. Matthews seat. oCr. Iobbins' seat. The Counril meets at the Council Cham bers on the last Monday in each mouth at i p.m. Officers. Secretary, collector, valuer, collector of statistics, andt road and thistle inspector C. H. Alexander. Engineers -- onash and Anderson, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. Health officer-J. C. Baird, M.B., B.S., J.P. Treasurer--T. Cornislh. Dog registrar, sanitary inspector, and poundkeeper-Thos. King, senr. Inspectors of slaughterhpouses andl ahat toirs-Con...
THE PRINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
THE PRINTER. The man who cheats his printer Out of a single cent, Will never relih the heavenly land Where old Elijah went. Ie'll never gain nliiiittance, But be hy dleiiins driven, And iiide to lhf his lime ahint ii.lsid e tegates orf fleaven. He'll never imeet a peiia?nt fa:ii , Jr see one festive grin ; [Ii only chance of happiniess W ill be ai iii,,hl v lhin.
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
Law eIelatting to CNewspapers. I. 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 otlica to ,which they are directed, they are Iheld responsible .until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that "re fusing to take periodicals from the oflice or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prinwa facie evidence of intentional fraud." 6. If subscribers pay in advance for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to continue taking it, otherwise the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
J NEEED A TON? Ic if the Summer heat makes you quickly tired; if you lack energy, feel weak in the back and always want something to lean upon; if you do not care for your food and cannot relish your work; if you are nervous and have headaches Dr.iLkil Hj'PI !1LF are the best tonic in the world -they cannot harm the most delicate. They MAKE PEOPLE STONG., iMr. S. White; of 373 Kin, Street. -.\est ellb.,said to1 1i .lrt-?t MAl,/trune a(/ze.e i eporter : "" h: hr, yars :: [:t I 1.eca:ne weak, lres?l,.?:nd ftev:.erih. I lost 1my ipplite., td sl ,,re:d front ter rihle p-linr :fteyr eat i. . Th'J'e hint we::i Ihl1 ,ippr',ssed 0e i ind I Coulld not shl.,J.p A1ft:.r u1sio t' bLox of Dri. 'AII:ullsn' P'nk Pills I regain d1 somu,: st2n1gth :lsd by contillu i; thi.I I b1cu i . t:l 1ite stron; ad wl; I wI Inld nmv be in my grave but the theun... i. enirichi" :n; 1 pnrfhing tho 'l'oo.1 ]:1. \.cllihm . Pu" l 'al' s cure 00 f: n Il s : ;lipt ý, ýii "tim s nl Iýs, tie I;i;.. sa r.,FD l:;, rdlLi)s,...
A LUCKY RUSSIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
A LUCKY RUSSIAN. In the heart of the Ural mountains, which divide Siberia from Russia, stand the largest sheet iron works in the uni verse. Owned and managed by the Rus sian government, they constitute an en tire city and are fortified like a fort against the rest of the world. Russian sheeoot iron, as every one knows, is the strongest and -best pro duced by any nation, and the process of its manufacture is jealously guarded by the authorities. One who enters the service of the company unever again sees the outside world. He gives up every thing-freedom. family, friends, all for the sunm of a few- pitiful rubles a month delivered where he ciooses. IHe is there in the works, but lie might as well be in his grave. Not a word can be obtained voncerning him. and should he live 20 years after entering the service or die the next day not even his family would be the wiser, unless ike stoppage of the monthly stipend revealed the fate of the man. Once in awhio (ne tries to es cape: not ofte...
YOU'D BETTER CHERISH HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 December 1900
YOU'D BETTER CHERISH HIM. There are husbands who are pretty, There Ire husbands who are wittr, There are husbands who in public are as emi. ing as the morn; There are husbands who are healthy, There are husbands who are wealthy, But the real angelic husband-well, lie's never yet been bornl Some for strength of love are noted, Who are really so devoted That whene'er their wives are absent they are lonesome and forlorn; And while now and then you'll find one WTho's a fairly good and kind one, stet the real angelic husband-oh, he's never yet been bornl So the woman who is mated To the man who may be rated As pretty fair should cherish him forever and a day, For the real angelic creature, Perfect, quite, in every feature, He has never been discovered, and he won't be, so theysay. -Cincinnati Commercial Gazette.