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CONCERT AND SOCIAL AT BUXTON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 August 1894
CONCE4' ANb SOCIAL AT f. BUXTON. One of .?ose pleasant and homely. entertainnm its followed :by a social which are nvariable so enjoyably in the country villages, was held in the Buxton Meianics' Institute on Friday evening Z.a1 As the object was a laudable opn, viz., the augmentation of the building fund of the Institute, a hearty and iberal support was accorded by thei piuUic on all sides, while. the managenie+, who are deserving of the hiihest codoliments for the complete ness of theirrangements made in..con-. nection therewith, spared no trouble or pains to cafr for the full and thorough enjoyment .)f their patrons, and the hon. secreta-y (Mr. E.. Nichols) is cer tainly to b~credited :with much of the success whidi attended the undertak ing. All 'the ladies and gentlemen who so kiniidly valunteered: their valuable assistance and talent. tomake the' entertainment 'so pleasurable are also entitled to the congratulations and hearty .thanks of those who had the. opportunity of being...
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 August 1894
MARYSVILLE. [FROM3 OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] A meeting of the commrititee of the committee of the Marysville. Mechanics' Institute and Free Library was held at Walker's Hotel on Saturday, 11th inst. Present-Mr.'Eason (President, in the chair), Mr. Thos. .Barton (trea surer), Mr.. J. F. Keppel (secretary), and Messrs. J. M. Keppel, O'Reilly, Tucker, and Wm. Barton. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved on the motion of Mr. J. M. Keppel. The secretary then read a letter from Mr. M'Kenzie, M.L.A., stating that the Treasurer had decided to give' the sum of £5.19s. 5d., being the subsidy: now allowed by the Government. Mr. Thos. Barton thought that 'this must be the sum allowed for the pur chase of books for the library, and not for the building.i Mr. Tucker'said it was considerably under l10s. in the £, the amount ex pected. Mr. J. M. Keppel thought there had been an erasure of one of the figures, and the sum should be £15 19s. 5d. . Mr. Eason: 'Well, if it weree musi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 August 1894
FLETCHER'S PILLS never fail to cue. ' INDIGESTION, COSTI NESS . SOUR-BREAT, .... IHEARTBU iN, LIVER DISEASE, and KIDNEY:COMPLAINTS. FLETCHER'S PILLS and OLE MENTS TONIC are the 'recognised household remedies of the Australian colonies, and every Tdesigning quack tries to trade on their* reputation and renown. This is the greatest proof of their merit, and suferers want to be particular to get the genuine articles as regret and disappoirtment are sure to follow the use of ;he thousands of " All-failing" remedies so freely adver tised. The reputatim and wide-spread use of Clements Taiic and Fletcher's Pills are the greatst proofs of their appreciation by the public. If they were not as represened they would have passed out of memory long ere this; but instead their die is greater and they are more esteened day by day and week by week, and-'this' emphatically proves their undiputed supremacy. Listen to no argumtnt from interested parties; dernand- tle. genuine articles and TAKE NO STBS...
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 24 August 1894
Marysville. A picturesque postal township on the Stevenson River, 62 miles east of Mel- bourne. Rail direct to Healesville, thence daily coach, the road passing over the far- famed Black Spur. The scenery at Marys- ville is extremely pretty ; the Stevenson Falls are two miles distant, and "Tommy's Bend" and Cumberland Creek are near. It has two good hotels, state school, police station, and two stores. The district is purely grazing. It is connected with Nar- bethong and Healesville by telpphone. M. Keppel, postmaster. Population, 80.
GOSSIP FROM THE ACHERON DISTRICT. August 22. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
GOSSIP FROM THE ACHERON DISTRICT. [FROMS OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] August 22 I [This letter came to hand too late for in sortion in ouf last issue.] Daring the past week we had the public works committee of the Healesville. shire round: inspecting this portibn of the roads. The party consisted of the President (Cr. Keppel), and Crs. M'Gretton, Clements, Barton, and Nichols, and were accompanied by the genial secretary (Mr.; Alexander) and Mr. Rodgers (shire engineer). The route followed was from Healesville to Buxton, thence by the Taggarty Road to Marysville, where a halt was made for the night. Next day the party, with the ex ception of Cr. Nichols, went up to Tommy's Bond, and indulged in some snow-bawling; they also visited the Marysville falls, which at the present time are in the zenith of their glory. The party ot one time had to get out and " put their shoulders to the wheel" to extricate their vehicle from a bad piece of road. It is to be hoped that the outcome of their visit...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
JLocal & General News.: There was very little business before the meeting of the lacal Water Trust on Monday afternoon last. A letter was read from W. H. Hocking, in charge of the local police station, stating that he had been directed to call atten tion to the excessively high water rate on the station. The valuation was fixed some years ago at £80; but" as property now was much reduced in value he thought the valuation should be £50. Or. Keppel moved that a reply be sent to the effect'that a reduc tion could not be made at'present. Se conded by Cr. Sloss, and carried. The hearing of reasons against the forfeiture of the following holdings will take place at Melbourne on 4th Septem ber :--Oswald R. Snowball, 385a., parish of Gracedale; William E. San der, 320a.,-Warburton. The forfeited 42nd section holding of Paul Kernbaum, 49ii., Nangana, will be available for application on or before the 7th September next, at Melbourne. We would again remind all.those in terested that t...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
PUBLISHED FRIDAY.MOR?INGS." FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1894. ABrs shamefully neglecting the, in terests of the country for the space of nearly. three weeks, Mr. tTurnerhas actually defeated the Government by a majority of four votes. The majority is so small, and during the contest a number of members showed so much vacillation as to which side to espouse, that the Governor has felt no difficulty in granting the Premier's request for a dissolution. Technically speaking, one set of members, by a majority of four, has declared that the other set, with the Government at their head, does not re tain the confidence of the Assembly. But, as there is a doubt on all hands whether the Assembly itself still retains the confidence of the country, an appeal is to be made to the constituencies to settle the matter. And inconvenient as it is to appeal in the middle of the session, at a most critical juncture, this is after all the best and most sensible thing that could be done. The Patter son Government...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
G. S. MATTH EWS, uildor, Contractor a Valuator Plans and Specifications Prepared, Quantities Made Up, AND BUIILDING MATERIAL Of Every Description 'Supplied at Melbourne Prices. NIext to the Post Office, Healesville. Encourage Local Trade! Why Send Your Money Out of the Town? Draper, Grocer, Ironmonger, asd General Storekeeper, Nicholson St., Healesvill@, ESPECTFULLY returns thanks to her 1. numerous customers for their past patronage, and hopes to merit a continu ance of the liberal sup?prt bestowed during the past six years. In order to meet the requirements of the times, she has made .. Reductions in Prices In.,all Departmexnts of her P$usiness' Drapery, Millinery, Boots and Shoes, Sroonmouge;y, Paints, Oils, S Window Glass,-and ' RBuldingRequisites. All .at the Most Reasonable Prices FOR CASH! -Farm & Dairy Produce Bought. Highest Prices Given. lement jeop., Produce and Timber Xerchants, HEALESVILLE, YARRA GLEN, AND LILYDALE. POTATOES, Wheat, Oats, Peas, Tares, Rye, Barle...
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
Wealesvllme. A pretty municipal township, with' post "and telegraph and money-order office; and ,'avinge bank, situated at the junction-'of the Graceburn and Maroondah rivers, 39 niles east.of Melbourne. Rail direct with a Melbourne, Healesville being the terminus. .Jt has three large firt-class hotels and a large temperance hotel; Graeedale House, a handsome summer resort, is situated near he foot of Mount Juliet, about three miles 'from the railway station. There are a fine ",state .school, four churches, branch of the - Colonial Bank, court house, police station, Sanechanics' institute and free library, a newspaper (THE HEALESVLLLE GUARDIAN), a :number of stores and other places of ibusiness. Extensive recreation grounds, cleared, improved, and fenced; also beau 'ttif?l lawn tennis court and bowling green. Trout and .blackfish may be caught in the :,:rive near Healesville, and good shooting - a few miles out. The district is princi pally grazing ; there are several orchards and i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
THOS.. BOONE, gefreakaen -~am -Sý NT eQLONIAL BANG Nidholson street. Healesville. JOB PRINTING SAT' THE . i ,i .I.ARDIA`. OFFICE. 1 dr THE 1IEALESVILLE HOTEL. J. CULLEN, .PROPRIETOR.. )HE Proprietor respectfully:intimates that Visitors and Tourists will find really, "t e ..acco"mdtion at hi.old-etablished hostely. S.' le, Wines, and Spirits of the ,est Brands. Good Stabling under the :supervision of E. Cullen. Charges moderate. ...... . .. .. . . . . ADVANCE' EALESVI LL A Weekly Newspaper .,Printed and Published at the Office, NICHOLSON STREET, HEALESVILLE. Is the`: ONTLY Z S:P_ J EGE • . ri ted' • . In , the Sihire of Healosvilie Su rt ad End ourage YOUR .1WN NEWSPAPER For it is its bounden duty to Support and Advocate' ' -.. .. .......... ......... IS CIRCULATED IN Healesville Yarra Glen, Lilydale, Warburtoi, Marysville, 'I:the Anci all the SURSCZOPTON .. 12 Re Aum T Proprietor -wishes t quaint all Tradesmen and the .. .j , to Execute Ord.rs for. -All Work trned out in a Styl whic...
Law [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
Law SB3ailiwick-Central. Police, Magistrate - Mr, .Jehn J. O'Meara. ?its every third Thursday in the mnonth. Justices of the Peace--E. H. Cameron, M.L.A., D. Crichton, J. Esor, Jno. Green, E. Kidney, J. C. Steel, E. Niehola, and J. 1. Keppel (president of shire). Sessions-Tha~day, at 10 a.m. Clerk of Couirts-DanielBerriman.
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
HealeseiUle Shire. 'Contitnted a shire, 30th September, 1887. Area--00 square miles. Popula ition, 1225 ; ratepayers on roll, 292. An nual value, £12,602; rate, ls.in £. Re wenue, £2,900. Preedent of fhire-Jno. M. Keppel. Councillors. Thou. Barton .. ... Retires, Aug., 1894 Charles Walker .. ,, ,, 1894 ffohn M'Gretton .. ,, ,, 1894 Edmund J. Hal . ,, , 1895 Thoq. Clementai .. ,, 1895 John Green ... .. ,, ,, 1895 John Holland... .. ,, 1896 John M. Keppel .. 4, 1896 Edward Nichols . ,, ., 1896 The Counccil meets at Daly's Hall on the' last Monday in the month. . . Officers. Secretary, collector, valuer, and inspector -of nuisances--Chlis. H. Alexander, " Engineer-A.ex, Rodgers, 0 C. Hfealth officer--J. C. Baird, M.B.B.S. Treasurer-JnoCoi nibh., Dog registrr---Joseph flail, Heales wiille:; Henry Rabinson, Marysvjl.e.
Sunday Excursion Trains. DOWN: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
Sunday Excursion Trains. . DOWN.:.-. : Prince's Bridge, dep . .. ...011.0 am Healesvillearr .. ..'. 1.0 pm Healeavifle',dep . ..' ... 6.3Q pm Prince's Bridge, arr, ... .. 9.10 pm Fares :-First class return, 3s - second class return 2s... * Children under 4 years, free; over 4 and under 12, half fare. These tickets 'will be available for re 'turn by 6.30 train only..