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Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
Healesville Post and Telegraph Oface. Poat office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.30 a.m. to 8. p.m.- Post office savmgs bank open fronm 10 a.m. to 3 p.i.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. . Mails close for--. ,' . ;4; Melbourse " ''6.45 am :and ` . ' 10.15'am ~daily. Intermediate . 7.15 pm and .. ... 9.30 am daily Nalrbethong ".'' A; . rrive from-: .'. Melbourne, &c...;9.40 am 2.40pm 7.30 pm Marysville . , "and' ..?,; ;7 .pm daily. :' Narbetheng.. . MISS FYFE : Postmiistress.:
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
A picturesque postal townsahip, on ,the Stevenson River,,62 miles east; of, Mel bourne. Rail direct to Healeeville, 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 bethong' and Healesville by' telephone. M. Keppel, postmaster. Population, 80.
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
Buxuton. A. postal township on the Acheron River, 46 miles east of Melbourne. It has a large . hotel, store, and state school. The district 's pastoral and agricultural, with several :'pod farms. A cross-country postal ser !&,vic? is maintained with Marysville and ,:iAlexandra by way of Buxton tri-weekly.. J . S.;JSherwill. postmaster. Population; 50.
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
SHealesville Water Trust. Constituted 10th January, 1890. Com prising portion.of Healesville Shire. ",For supplying..Healesville township and part of the parish. of Gracedale. Population' supplied; 700. Commissioners-All the members of, the' Shire Council. E. J. Hall, Clairmian. E. H. Cameron, 1M.L.A., Government nomi nee. : Secretary and collector- Chas.' H. Alex anlder. Treadurer-Jno. Cornish. The water rate is s:. in the £,,based on the municipal valuation of property rated. If by measure, 9d. per 1000 gals.
PASSING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
I" ° ~ PASSING EVENTS. . : (BY OEBERUS.),, SThe financial. fog at present covering the earth, especially' that portion of it called Victoria,:is so derise that our ablest states men seem unable to steertheir way through. .The ship of.state is.lying. in a crippled and helpless condition on the. waters; neither 'd6mmtndadib r offideri hivinig confidence enough to seit a course for fearof running her onh to the rocks, and all they do is to bluster arid blow the fog-horn'with a view? td ward other and more competent seamen off. "Old sources of .revenue keep on fail ing, and every suggestion of new ones is, riiet by PattersOn' or: his crew with objec tions; ..Treasurer Carter, in his now famous Budget speech, when an' hon. rpember in terject&l '' Try ' property tax," said, " The hon. membr 'suggests a property tax;. Has any hon. member, or any man who has Jately proposed to tax property, for.one moment considered the position of the pro perty.owners at the present time? . If so, ...
Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
lNarbethong., A pretty postal hamlet situated at the. foot of the Black Spur, on Fisher's Creek, 53 miles east of Melbourne. Rail direct to Healeaville, thence :iy coach 14 miles.' It has a good hotel, and is connected with Healesville by telephone. '' Mrs. Williams,. postmistress. Population, 20.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
The WONDERFUL'WATERBURY. T An Astonishing Modern Invention.: The Watch for the People-a Marvel of Cheapness Strength, Accuracy, and Elegance secured. at S'mall Cost. The '! Timekeeper of the Day" defies Competition. 1 The sale of the celebrated Waterbury; Watches in Australasia has been of such' a phenomenal character, and they have made such 'a palpable hit amoun all classes of the community, that the 1Vaterbuiry W?atch Company has decided to extend its already large business throughout these colonies. The - testimony in favour of the Waterbury Watch,: is simply " Overwhelming and Unprededented in the annals of the trade. Thousands of: Waterbury Watches have been 'sold: in Australasia, and from every. quarter come, unasked . for, tributes' to their excellence. Theextraordinary popularity of the Waterbury VWatch is still further enhanced by the fact that it can be repaired at. a smaller cost than any other watch. It should not be forgotten ,that the Waterbury was the first' inexpens...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
Courts of Petty Sessions. IT is hereby notified for public informa tion thoit Cnurts of Petty Sessions will be held during the year 1894 at the under mentioned places, on the dates and at the hours respectively set out below : Name of Court. Hour. April. May.. June. July.: Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. Ferptree Gully ... 10 a.m. '28 26 23 21 18 15 13 10 8 Heidelberg ... ... 10 ,, 2,3016, 14,280 11, 250 9, 230 6, 20a- 3, 179 1,150,29 12, 26 10°0 Yarra Glen... ...9.30 ,, 4t 2 27t 25t 22t 19f 17t 14f 12 f Healeeville.. ... 2.30 p.m. 5 3, 31 28 26 23 . 20 18 15 .13 Lilydale ... ... 9.30 a.m. 6, 713, 4,0 11, 1,o 8, 15, 6,13; 20, 3, 10;17,7,14,210,5,12, 219d, 216; 230,7,14,210, 20,27 18, 25 22,29" -270 24, 31 28 26 30 *28 Queenstown ...11 ,, 9. 7 4 2 13 10 8 5 3' Eltham .....11 , 24 29 262 24 . 28'. 25 30 27 .18,,: Anderson's Creek 11 ,, 23 , 21 18 16 : 27 24 22 19 -. 17 o Licensing and Warden's Courts. "f Licensing Courts. The Clerk of Courts will attend to issue summonses and other processes...
The Stamp Duties Act. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
The Stamp Duties, Act. As the following scale of duties re quired to be paid in the shape of stamps, which have' to be attached to various documents and cancelled in ac curdance with the Stamp Duties Act, may prove of use: for reference to our readers, we publish` them in full. The table'sets out the several' documents which domne under the operation of the Act, and'also tle value of the stamps required tb? :'attached to ? ach': S., BILL OF EXCHANGE. Bill. oft Excisauge and Promiissory Nota- £ a. d. Where the amount or value of the . money for which a bill or note is drawn exceeds £10.000., then for every £50 of the amount or value, and also for any fractional pairt of £50 of such amluuit 'or value .. 0 1 .0 Bill of exchange payable on demlalnd charge able with same duty as a promissory note * for same amount. (Embossed'stamps must be used,which may be obtained at all Post Ofllces.) 'ExzEMuroNS. ' , , ' 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker ir Victoria upon any other banker in Victo...
SOMETHING ABOUT HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
SOMEIHING 'ABOUT ,HEALES= * VILLE. BiNa o:"I i It has often 'beeznremarked that the Healesvilleites are a ;liberal ,.energetic, charitable, and-' sympathetic ' pople. Wherever help is, required; . wherever charitable and kindly feeling arid action are needed;' there aire always :mainy ready.and willing to bestow them freely, unremnittingly and ungrudging ly Tlie public "institutions .are .all ,.well,, sup t ported; the churches, literary improve ment societies, . mutual improvement .societies for .mothers and daughters, temperence societies;, band of hope, Terpsichorean, and Euterpean cl.asses, tennis, bowling, cricket 'and football clubs;- and" amateur .dramatic perfor t mances, are. all substantially and liber= ally supported,: riot only with the dross° of petty pelf but also with the .indivi dual and collective, moral and intelli1 I gent countenance and appreciation of i the whole community.. There are three other, instituitions, iot in anytsway con nected. w.ith any of those men...
AMATEUR ENTERTAINMENT [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
AMATEUR ATERTAINMENT The first of series of entertain ment.s for tlie utual benetfi of the local fire brigad foothall and bowling clubs was held the Recreation Hall on Wednesday .vening last, anid not withstanding t disagreeable state of th'e Weather a very dark night the house was fill to repletion. This gves .ample pPof of the hearty co operation of th fealesville public in' bestowiing thei iberal an'd sympathetic patronage to y undertaking having. for its object ie encouragement in a substantial wa5 of any local institution, as well; as tojenjoy; the pleasure in variably deri ble from the .entertain ments. inau'guted and carried out by our townspeope.l. -The one held on Wednesday is: no exception to the' rule, both as regards the ear.ty re-' sponse of thefpublic and the excellent' and successfu ,entertainment provided ..by those' whS so kindlyr undertook the task. Much tine and trouble had been bestowed in 'creful preparations in the various departimefts, and the success which at...
NEURALGIA [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
NEURALGIA is. the first, surest and most reliable e sign of nerve decay; it is a symptom provided by nature to warn the sufferer . of approaching weakness and distress, t though in most cases the pain is purely' I local; the disease is constitutional and i local remedies such as liniments, oils 'E and menthols only give temporary re- i lief and do not do the slightest per manent good, for they only act by. deadening the:sensibility of the affected I nerve. The' remedy to be of. any lasting benefit must have general invigorating properties; it must also i contain the material to restore the lost tissue to the impoverished nerves, and I no remedy except .Clements Tonic possesses these wonderful powers. Clements Tonic has been used fori thousands of cases by young and old of both, sexes for. neuralgia, sciatica, and other nervous complaints, and we have never heard of. a case where it has failed to give quick and prompt relief." Read of the case of Mrs. A. Wickham, Hleyfield, Gippsland...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1894. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. MoxDAY, AUGUST 27, 1894. SPECIAL MEETING. A special. meeting of the Council was. held at 10 o'clock on Monday morning for the purpose of electing a president for the ensuing year and also deciding as to allowance. There. were present COrs. Keppel, Hall, Clements, Nichols, add Holland, besides the three newly-elected mem bers,._viz., OCrs.,Sloss, Barton, and M'Gretton, who had taken the formal declaration. . OCr.-Keppel was voted to the chair, on the. motion of Ors. Sloss and Nichols. . An apology was reid from Cr. Green, -who was unable to attend through ill ness, which was received with regret. Cr.. Nichols. thought that as it was customary to have a full council present at the election of president, it would be advisable to postpone it for a month owing to Cr. Green's inability to attend. The Chairman said that as they had met for the purpose, there was nothing to prevent, them proceeding with the 'business before them. While ,deeply regretting the c...
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) SIR,--On behalf of the committee of the Fire Brigade and Football and Bowling Clubs we desire to thank the public of Healesville for the gCenerous support ac corded to the entertainment held on Wed nesday night. We also tender our ac knowledgments to those who assisted ma terially in making the concert a success by placing, their services at the disposal of the committee when making out the pro gramme.-Yours truly, W. M'SWEENEY. Chairman. C. H. ALEXANDER, Hon, Sec, August SO,
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
Places or Note. Fei;msaw, Black Spur, Stevenson Falls, Mathinna: Falla, Condon Falls, Malleson's * Look-ont,. Moat Juliet, Mount Riddell; ,Mount Mo.nda,XMount St Lenoard, Coran ,derk, aboriginas, station, and Don River ".Boa
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
THE JIEALESVILLE BmIBE DIBEOTORY. Counfies-Anglesey and Evelyn. ?arishes-Buxton, Glenwatts, Narbethoag Stevensons, and part of Gracedale aud Granton. Province--So.th-Eastern. Members of Council-Hons. Jas. Balfeur, Jas.,Buchanan, and'F. S. Dobson, LL.D. Electoral District-Evelyn. Division- Healesville. Member of Assembly-E. H. Cameron. Electoral Distriet-Anglesey. Division "Marysville. %[ember of Assembly-M. K. M'Kenzie.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
A.SMART, intelligent LAD, 154 years .f age, wants Employment either in ] store, office, or on a farm. Has 'a know- ] -ledge'of:-book-keeping, and of drapery o" grocery-business. Good references if re quired. ý Apply,'B.S.J.', office of this paper. . otice. of Romoval. IMARTIN, Boot and Shoe laker, de - sires to intimate to his numerous friends and customers that he has Removed to preinises opposite the Grand Hotel, and I hopes to merit a contiridance of past favors. Hoalesville Bowling Club. `THE Third Annual Meeting of the above club will be held in the Me chanics' Institute on Wednesday Evening, the 5th September, at 8 o'clock. Business : Annual report, financial state: mert, ilection of officers, and pro 'sentation of prizes. Members and intending members re quested to attend. W. M'SWEENEY, Hou. Sec. H.B.C. THE SECOND ENTERTAINMENT IN aid of the funds of the Healesville Fire Brigade and Football and Bowl ing Clubs will be held on Wednesday, 10th October, 1894. SOMETHIING NEW ! CH...
THE STRANGE TRAGEDY OF THE WHITE STAR. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 31 August 1894
THE STRANGE TRAGEDY OF THE WHITE STAR. By W. CLARK RUSSELL. (Continuied.) First I sent for some of the best and most trustworthy seamen amongst the .crew, and bringing them into the cap tain's cabin showed them the body. I then, in my capacity as commander of :thevessel, authorised themtoactas a sort: of detectives or policemen, and to search every part of the ship and all the berths in the steerage and 'tween decks for any clue to the doer of the deed. It was arranged that the cabins of the first-; class passengers should.-be thoroughly over-hauled by the second and third mates. - All this brought us to the hour when. the passengers arose and the ship, was' presently alive. The news swept from' lip to lip'magidallj';' in all 'parts of the: ship I saw men and women talking,' with their faces pale with consternation and horror. '"I had not the courage to break the news to-Miss Le Grand and asked the :doctor,;a quiet?gentlemanly? man, to speak to her. I was on the. poop looking after ...
HEALESVILLE LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 1894
HEALESVILLE LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. ''The weekly meeting of this society was held on Monday evening last, but at I.he opening of. the meeting.the:at tence ice of members was so small that the p~tponeument of the debate- on Tobacco v. Alcohol was deemed neces sary. However, as it was probable that the respondent, AMr. Alexander, and several other members who were otherwise engaged woald put in an ap-. pearance later on, it was decided to proceed with t'he discussion. Dr. Baird ('residsnt) occupied the chair, and the hon. sec. (the Rev. F. H. Gibbs) having read the minutas, Mr. G. Oldham opened in the advo cacy of Tobacco in preference to Alco hol. He began by asking Why do men smoke i and answered that it was a sociable custom1 and soothed the mind, being also a great companion, main taining that the bushman would feel very lonely indeed without his pipe. Nost medical men say'that smoking is not injurious. He was a very heavy smoker, and it did him no harm. On the other hand h...