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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 September 1899
Healesville .'.. Bakery AND Cash Grocery. M. WADE B1 EGS to inform, the residrut.s of Hehal. ville and susrrouuding dis trict that having PURCHASED TH~E ABOVE BUSINESS, Fromnt F. Rudduck, they solicit a con tinuance of the custom s .hitherto ac corded the Store and Bakery. They can promise that- ,... Al ,Orders 'shall hai Vi 'tleir `Best : Atte?ion Nothing hut thP " BEST of G?.t DS .AMI1LIES WAITED. ON FOR ORDERS. H1GHEST PRICES .CGIVEN FOR ALL KINDS OF FARM .PRODUCE. Oitering for *Fails andi Parties. A Trial' Solicited. M. WAD E, GENERAL GROCER AND BAKEtR, ::Nicholson Street, H EALESVILLE. THIE COMO I SSIONES 0P' ' . A'.'INGS "'BAN KS Are noi gri rating :LOANS to .FARMELl IRS Up to Two-thirdls of Valduation ox . FRt .II OLD andl. GEASEiOLD " L tuils iqt 'V.'ctoria. ' In luhis from £54) to £:2.X00). AT. 4~ PEa CEfT. INTER~EST. S And fromt 1I per cont. off. Principal, Which will pay off the 'Lo-a IN 31 "YEARS.. S AL.L or PA?It?.: f Io)AN ' tMay b, .paid.o -any El -yewr. . o Cii.utm; ...
SHOT THROUGH THE HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
SHOT~ TRIO1 TGNI T1E ulEAD. An elderly gentleman while walk ing down one of the principal streets yesterday was alarmed at experiencing a sharp pain that shot through his head. He knew immediately that a headache was threatening, and, being a man of great good sense, he. also knew that the best possible remedy was Bile Beans for Biliousness. These Beans, acting directly on .the lilver, give almost instalitaneons relief in all cases of constipation, headache, .in digestion, debility, biliousness, and similar complains, which all have their origin in liver 'derangement. If the liver gets out of order,' as it often does in a climate such as ours, thl whole system goes wrong, and as the proper digestion of food is the ;most: essential thing in the sustaining of life, the consequenceof bad.digestion musthe most disastrous. Bile Beans will keep you well during the. tryinpg,.ot;, mugy. weather, that, rwillsornibe'upon .us.-If yoiu get sick, they will put you right. They are the greatest sp...
[?]RUITS ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
4IlTuiS ON THE FAR31. ile it may not pay every farmer to g into fruit growing commercially it wl certainly be an exceptional case. whe the farmer cannot grow a sulffi tiet amout of fruit of different kinds C to rnish his family with all they can t cooiume all through the. year. We I ,n' say we firmly believe in the I farjner growing the greater part of what is consumed by'his family-?meat, brIad, milk, butter, poultry, eggs, fruits, anti vegetables. This is the :right plan, and in growing we try to - have' a full variety. Pork; beef, mutton, turkey, chickeni, duck,guimiea fowls, and geese can be found on our farm. ,We raise all kind of vegetables and fruits, and aim not'onily to have a full supply, but a good variety: It is true that many farmers get the idea that fruits es peciallycin bife boughlt cheaper than they can be grown on the farm, and:some go farther and include vegetables. But the face is that in a majority. of cases buying them, if it does not nic?n -going w ithout exit...
A VARIETY DANCER INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
l. t Mý..YA Rifl 6iDANUVEE .o 'vriety dan,:er in Australia .is miorepopular than Mr. Janmes Mooney, and thu longe.r he reinains with us the more we appreciate(, hiiit. IBy hard work, cosiderable tability, and a plea sent personality,.lhe has worked him self up to an enviable, position in the theatrical world. `" I do not know," saiid Mr. Moonr, v that I would havy bien here to speak to you now, had it not been for ce.rtain advice which I took -whilbt in Wteestea;n Australia last. A codripany of ua, were over there, and I was ~t that time a ni ember of the trio 'of" lhincers, Mooney, Crawford, and Stoe.:' Mit. JAMEs MooSTY. (From a photo.) W e were doing good business, but typhoid fever was very pre valent in Perth. when we arrived there, and several mlem hters of our company fall ilng victims to it became in mates of pri vate hospitals. Two of them died, and the others had a narrow escape." ' I hear, Mr. Mooney, that your:career, too, was nearly cut short," said. the. reporter. "-Pe...
AN EDITOR'S LAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
AN ENY'lt'f611t':+ LAMENT.iT Fish flotwnt in vtltlr'potkts 'intl anid i;it tip S 9I111,' Ilitst. Thet tiiithtr is ltncii - r, andi te piper, 'bunt :191, di~ ir with :1 stimlc Si) just rei nr thie cntliip itncntati Iarndtrtt Its fmtra whilt ivl2. ,iir w sife hiietn t a suite St ukings, untl 3 jinng y.111 tsttttt so r1: t '9 tIu s a Sd to tltt 3tt I ay Ii tut tit kts ltttv, titls. 1aggy a hrim e" is'.cso .1 hi Il skejlllnsl ii' llPlT liy'l sit-k wthurd SafItt· relit-f. ShIell nalt Ithose nickelts, Intd turn :ltoose ¶rurii illet:It,isit antti wilsItIh,- aind we'e l hatt ve Btti r itit :tite hterit .~ pa tt lorpat:tI Dltiiu .e'I tmi'ktIt titt onlattr betngeri w ltst tlp 112half~ itt rlt,ane Dont give itst1L11'haoi~l stlolir, jiiitile roioi see.dut tiv.
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
The new Dunlop pacing tandems- or " inernal imachiiies," as somie of the racing cracks designate them-are. quickly- dropping into. their. proper running order on the St. Kilda track, and althou~h not yet.running at their t.opspeedl, they have proved themuselves quite fast enough for any of the riders who train, down at. St. Kilda. It: is ludicrous to watchl the riders trying to junip their machines .it.o:a sprint to try; and hitch on hbehind. the motors, only to sere the tandems fly past them as if they were standing :still. The tanderms leave for Sydney in charge of O. Prowse this week to pace the eight selected. riders in the 5 miles ;paced tOurnament . A prolific source of trouble to many cyclists,: and cp!lsequent injury., to hicycles,.is.thn adjustment of, the ball. bearings. A, loose bearing causes extra friction and extra strain. -The machine runs badly and ,wears out imore quickly.. ,An,. over-tighlt: beai-in Is alm!ost..as-.bad.: A bearing should be adjusted until there is ...
TOOLANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
TOOLANGI. (From our CorrsponIdent.) A heavy fall of snow took place hidr bn Saturday and Sunday last, it hIing the heaviest fall for the year. About one foot in all must have fallen, but as heavy showers took place in be tween the first of it melted very quickly. The rainfall for the list month was 3 82 iiiches. The annual meeting of our cricket club was held last Saturday. The balance-sheet showed a credit of £2, which, with the subscriptions promised, puts the club ini a good position to start the season with. A large num her of new members was proposed, and a good working executive was ap pointed, so that providing matches can be arranged. T'e club has a bright prospect for the coriiing season. Two of the new sawmill proprietors have arrived (Scherber Bros. and Mr. Matter), and will get to work at once on their sites. They expect to have steam up early in December, and as their output is to be about fifteen trucks each per week, this sum:mer will see a very, heavy traffic on the ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
":iBuhiness 'mei should consider before seniding away for pirinting to firms who 'ba?eonly 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 trict as a whole. \V do::'t blame the foreign printer at all. bhit the townsman. whose one aimn shout:l be to support local industry whenever practicabie, and in the matter of his printin; Waw, c:n prove he has no " get-away" at all. If lie has his doubts let him give is a trial, and a con tinuanc. - " his ori, rs to is is as.suired.
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1899. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1899. GENERAL 1E WS: The annual inspection of the shire roads by our council and its officers was commenced on Saturday last under rather inauspicious circumstances, the weather being anything but favorable to a pleasant trip, and the engineer, together with Crs. Bailey and Burt, being uinavoidably prevented from going with the party. The original intention" was to inspect the whole of the roaids at the Buxton and Marys ville end of the shire (including the Yarra Track to the shire boundary, 30 miles beyond Marysville) between Saturday and Tuesday, and the roads at this end on Thursday, but the old adage that " the best laid schemes," &c., &c., held good again, and owing to heavy snow throughout Saturday and Sunday, the party had to return, the fall being just heavy enough to obscure the roadway of the Yarra Track, which, of course, it was very neces sary should be seen to form any esti mate at all of its requirements and...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
Co-arts of Patty Se33ions. Courts will be held during the year 1899 at the undcermentioncd piaces, at the hours, :nd on the dates hereinafter respectively set out. viz * Name of Colut. Hour. Jan. Feb. March; April. May. June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec.: A.1r. -. S 10 16, 0 1, 27 1 27, 241 212, 260, 24 21 A 18 1613, 27 11 Yarira Glen ... 3.0 18 15 15 12 10 7. 51 2;.30 27 25 22 13 Liydale 9... 0.0. 13, 3,0]- r10, 3,o I 10. 7,0t- 14, 5,12, 2. 9. 16. 7, 14 411, 1,8,15 f 6.t 13,O T 3 100 1 20, 27 17,. 24 17.24 21, 28°0"l19, '203°'23,°t- 30 21,0-O28 18,0t 25 22,29? 20, 27 17, 24 2, 2 Anderson's Crelk 11 90 0 .° 6o' I?4 I 80 50 3,o 310 280 250 2o0 20.0 EhItlam . .. 11 10° 70 7' 11 9° G - 40 1,° 200 260 24.. 210 o 2* Qreentown ,.. II 28 20o 20 17 22 19 17 140 11 . 9 6 : 4 I'e'rntree Gnlly ... 0 24o 210 210 180 23 20 . 180 115° 120 100 280 19 * Police Magistrate's Visits. i Licensing and Warden's Courts. The Clerk of Courts will attend to issue summonses and other processes as under :-At...
THE USE AND ABUSE OF SLANG. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
THIE USE AND ABUSE OF SLANG. The following is the prize essay on the above subject, written by Mr. 0. H. Alexander, in connection with the Healesville Mutual Improvement : It must be freely admitted that the use of slang has so entered into the everyday conversations of the English speaki.ng races, that it would be a difficult matter to set aside many words and expressions which were practically unheard of d few years ago, but are now in common use, and definitely affirm that they have no place in durlanguage. This admission must of decessity raise the question as to " What is slang 1" Many words which have a right and proper place in the English language are used by the mass of those who speak it in such a way as to convey a totally different meaning when so used; for instance, the word " go " is often used instead of the word ," energy," and at once becomes slang. " Blow," " mug," "chump," "bore," and scores of other words may be cited as proper English when in their right places,...
POSED AS A BEGGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
POSED AS A BEGGAR. One of the closest friends of Baron Rothschild, of Paris, was Carolus Duran, the artist. During'the entire course of a certain large dinner party, the great financier noted that the. painter kept looking at himu with a most intent and peculiar expression. , After the 'coffee and cigars the baron drew his friend aside, and 'said : "'My dear. fellow, pray tell me why you have atared at me so peculiarly this' even= ..' l"'i tell. you. with pleasure," an swered Duran; " I am painting a beg gar; and have looked all over Paris for a suitable head to draw fromi. I've finally found it. Yours is the ideal.". Rothschild l iaughed ,heartily, and promised-to sit for his friend in suit able attire on the following day. During the progress of the sitting a young artist, one' of. Duran's pupils, came into the room.. He did not know Baron R'othschild, but the .beggar's :miserable rags;? wan':face, 'ahd' wistful expression appealed deeply, to th; young mIan's sympathies. Waiting u...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
E XR~.qTSFROM GAsIE E;A FISHHERIfE AOCS. 54 Viet. No. 1O095,-elause 5?-Wilfully de-o stroying, netting, or using other nicans for killing or. tking imported gumne at any time. Pen'aty,£2 and value of bird or, animal (See schedule below). ;; , : ",. ,Claue ,6.--Do.. do: -iative: game during close t:asdn. Peialty-£2 in addition to hs for each bird or animal. Cianse..--Buying, selling, o- knowingly hali'izing in possession, house, or control, any impdrtted game or native game during close ,eascl. Penalty--Imported gatme, £5 and lue of bird or snimal ; native ,lgme Clause S.--Taiking r'. nt of rr distroy i *g nes of i:pr, tc, d or -,t:vc . . ;r h,: ' sin igs ,'nssc:s;in. '0unl y:--i} ) , each Cilaue I1.-?-!. :y,. poison for or poiron ing game. iPualty-£10 and value of lird or animal dtstrioyed or i"ljured. l5 Vict. No.. 10. clas 35.--Taking, scliug, or expo-r?g f sfic any fish during cl,~,se s,:,: ~ o"" I?ah fish. IPenalty-Not ....- ,:sm : +>') a, ; `: f, ,-u r • ,: " Al_
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
TH EVLLAGE BAC'STH0 ICK, SU~FEfRED Ad SAVED. The Case of Mr. Win. ME~cCARTHY. (From the WVindsorand Richmond Gazette). s' " " Y OUR SPECIAL ReFOTvIr.. . Information having been conveyed to the GazettethatMr. McCarthy hadrecoveredirom A Very?.erlous Eliinesp, we ?t once detailed a reporter to make full enquiries into the matter, and also to per. eonaily interview McCarthy himself on the subject. '.When our 'reporter arrived at McGrath's Hill, near Windsor,' he found whom he sought, powerfully wielding a sledge hammer in his forgo. The way that Mr blcCartihy lifted up the :heavy sledge as though it,weighed but a few ounces quite astonished ouir reporter, for he had expected to find the blacksmith in A W-eak State of HSiicth. " How do you feel, asked our reporter ?' "'Never felt better in'my life," replied the blacksmith, and- ho put down his hammer and entered straight away into a conver eation. i;. You alk nie what was the matter with me," said Mr. McCarthy, "well, that is what no on...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
GAZETTE NOTICES &nbsp; &nbsp; The following notices appeared in last week's " Gazette": Application for Lease Ap' roved Win. Gilmour, parish Tarrawarra North, 74a. 3r. Gp. Application for Licenses Approved. -Geo. F. Syme, parish Gracedale, 182 acres. John Heath, parish War burton, 18 acres. Transfers registered, at the Otice of Titles.-Fanny A. Buxton to James Stuart Hicks Ross, Henry Byron Moore,. and Oswald Robinson Snow ball, parish Woori Yallock, allot. 48, 15('a. 2r. 22p. C. Livingtone to Alfred Ernest Gibson, pariah Yering, allot. B1, sec. 4, 95a.; B2, sec. 4, 120a. In the witness box some very strange characters are met with at times, and 1 one of these put in ar appearahce, at I the Benalla Court of Petty Sessibns on Tuesday last. He was suing for e wages, but of all matters of time he was completely unconscious. He .was r enabled to say that he commenced e work the month before !ast, but could , not give the name,.,whereupon the fol g lowing dialogue between...
FROM THE "BULLETIN." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
FROt I TIlE "BULLETIN." . Apropos of Kitchener's heaia-huntin. procliviti s, whoever saw a worse typI' of face thin his ? TheR square jaw, the low forehead, the hbi eyes and thg high cheek hones, all show the man td he what he is. A physiognomiist' assay of Kitchener's face would retri-ri 20cwt. of pluck and deteimination to the ton, some brains, hut few colots of moral sentiment, and no indication of heart or feeling in his composition" Lomb'oso's definition of the true criminal is he who cares nothing either for others or for himself-and it 6td Kitohener like the skin ofa. fat nigger: What a. glorious garrotter was lost .td the world when he became a soldier ! A newly-appointc.Out-13ack J.P.'s. first ease was a ' drunk and language.' The language was language, and J.P: promptly adjudged ' 14 days.' Tht ' officer in charge,' however, reminded hirm that as prisoiier's meals had to bhe obtafned from the pub. the. sentence would entail too much outlay. ' Oh !' said his worship, ' 24 h...
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. &nbsp; George Reid says he will now devote &nbsp; his energies to the work of converting Australia to Freetrade- a fine ambi- tion ! Their nice young Governor in New South Wales is said to have re- ceived a letter from a Country Mayor &nbsp; addressed to ' Lord B. Chump.' It is not complimentary to His Excellency to hear that the Post Office officials had &nbsp; not the slightest doubt for whom the letter was intended. The average age of the Australian &nbsp; Eleven is twenty-nine. Worrall, 36, is the oldest member, and Trumper, 21, the youngest. &nbsp; Seven of Premier Lyne's Ministers, self included, are Australian natives. &nbsp; It is regarded as a certainty that the &nbsp; &nbsp; Turner Government will be succeeded &nbsp; by a Coalition Ministry, and perhaps Deakin and Gillies might again come together-that is, if the AGE will allow its pet sheep Alfred to re-associate with its bet...
THE FEDERAL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 October 1899
THE FEDERAL (1ESTION. The burden of the federal election campaign is coming fairly on the land, and it is amusing to watch the little tricks and wiles being put forth by to politicians anxious to ingratiate them- an selves with the electors. One subur- loi ban member, who from a position in a draper's shop at thirty shillings jumped th into the affluence of a member's salary - of sfi pounds, and the honorable fin position of bdti of the Assembly, St wanders about the southern suburbs or shaking hands with all arid sundry, an and explains exactly how he and Sir Ti George intend to cut up the local con- ra stituencies. Sir George, when the he subject is mentioned, laughs and ex- po presses his helief that he will yet have pr to go to the farmers for a constituency. of Anti-sweating associations, temperance th tea-fights, Women's Franchise meet ings are all being miade vehicles for wi advance election advertising. Perhaps pil the most surprising was a hold deliver- see ance at a pleasa...