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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 December 1900
Socu symptoms as boils, pim. ples, b!otehlcs, Folrcs, el ulltul~LI, ra\shes, totter, and~ nearrly all Skinl diseases are.p··oot that the W~ood is impu"re, and- if not clean, ed tbeec troubles Quay n e be nlot1 0d is Icrvrerý s imptoms, such :;s UL`- "4 C flTUMJ oL I, ,A $CI1- 'S; 601 ) S0rEI:.S.(?R' i )FU LA, a l ,, CANe1'!CwUS An'ertios. " In ý' BI.1e l1Ae~S R 10 rý ];i(uN:O hiaCe a r1ioerly that his cm c.,l tlie \\ screcst farms of bad blood -Titu.: t; C coIIIWoII binrplo to thie ICCI t Ecrefolosn i s)c-anti that is pa mrio a cr getablc, on that thi uecr, wi.i'e Certain of lIen fit, hlaRs ni, feŽ,Lr t aoy Iiarirslnli'ti o'1 th'i'ni, t'.r f#` pre-nce of ainy ielctpdri nt F'.1': n i.nces ini ti, ir c uuopositinn, A wiiiih lnnfior'unt I , are o.lv tons. frerj.nit cc fnliiiI in iany oficr F so-cailel blood par' itm. 4 ·I ~ ). Liver! A Ltate of Misery and a H2appy Release, The Case. of Mr. WALTER WILMOT. A disease is none the less to be dreaded because it is not immedia'ely fatal. If i...
A NEW GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 December 1900
A REW GAlEt.E "A Traveller" describes a new game for the benefit of those who do not wish to be unconscious players at it. It is- played (the correspondent says),in railway trains, or any public place, " and I can beat explain it by giving my own experience: I was alone in a first-clhss carriage, when JtfieomT asqeýanC Rnda n..nd. ,Jhein rfbW* kth~y supposed we should pass a ckrtain station? where they intended on their way to leave a parcel. I thought it would be civil to tell them that we had 'already passed it. They thanked me most courteously, and the gentleman who had first mentioned the parcel made a pencil mark. on his cuff: Shortly after that, one. of'the young ladies asked her brother the time, and as none of the party seemed to have a watch, and were very much out in their guesses as to what the hour was, I again ventured, though a man of few words, to tell them what I thought they really wanted to know. Again I noticed that the young lady who had first asked the time furt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 December 1900
Mitchell and Huristonea Produce arid Timber Merc1hantsr Chaff Cutting and Grain Crushing Millst • NICHOLSON-STREET, HEALESVILLE. A.LWA.MYS -02T AL -Chaff, Maize, ? Oat, Peas, Bran,: : . ol) rda, Barley, Potatoes,.. 'traw, c.. .. .LOU..AT SPEOIAIJLY LOW PRICES. . opedust, Vegetable Seeds, Fruit Cases, Superphosphates, La: n Grasses; Riaspberry Buckets; ''City Council MaIranes astur.e grases,. Strawberry Boxes, Blood1Manures . Firuit Trees . E-xport Cases.: -. .. .: ....;- ,- --:Iorse and Cattle Medicines. B zLDBERSZ~' X3Pi16 Z L S-Hardwood and ftwood Timber of all sizes, 4 Li ?, i-: ar,- nd u riGe'en.t in any quantities: galvanised Iron, ,Ridging, Spouting, etc., etc. Lining,;Weat heroards, Mouldiugs, etc. T ..W STORY., aager . - W.- J. HARLEY, I .AYING a Large Assorted Stock of BOOTS and SHOES, is Selling them at MOST .-.1EASONABLE PRIQES. Ia ing the Largest Stock in the Dm?trict,aii-d loiung the Largest Trade, he can SELL' BELOW ALL OTHERS. 1ien's Watertightsiare well known from 6s...
WHAT IS AN AD ? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
7IMAT IS AN AD P AN American paper thus defines it .. The life-blood of modern business. A money-maker, getter, and saver, A flash of information to all tbs people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields pure gold in large dividends. The key-note of progress in, the march to success. The dealer's sure road to success A medium for the increase olf business. That which booms the place an. enriches the advertiser. -A means of communicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligent people, profiting sender and receiver. Personal and public _benefits are derived from its judicious application. A notice that brings best retirns .or least money. The corner-stone of the Temple of Fortune. The power iLat keeps trade in, motion. T~he electric powe" concealing traawt
PRESBYTERIAN FAIR AND FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
PRESBYTERIAN FAIR AND FESTIVAL. The following handicaps have been declared for the wood-chopping conr tests to be decided at the above fair this afternoon and to-morrow after noon, at the Glenfern Hop Gardens : STANDING BLOCK, 4ft. 8in. girth. A. Bryan ... ... Scratch. W. Donnelly ... ... 45 sees. J. Garlick ... ... 45 ,, R. Allison ... ... 45 ,, E. Wilkinson ... ... 55 S. Scott ... ... ... 55 ,, UNDERHAND CHOP, 4ft. 8in. girth. A. Bryan ... ... Scratch. W. Donnelly ... ... 45 seca. J. Garlick ... ... 45 ,, R. Allison ... ... 45 ,, E. Wilkinson ... ... 55 ,, T. Hope ... ... 55 ,,
HIS LIFE SAVED [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
HIS LIFE SAVED By Chamberlain's Colidc, Cholera and Diarrhoea? Remedy. " I am sure that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhnae Remedy at one time saved my life," says A. E. Lafal ette, of Gregory Landing Clark country, Missouri. "I was in such bad shape that the doctors said I could not live. When I was at the lowest ebb, one of imy neighbours brought in a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhama Remedy_ and I took it and got instant relief. I soon got up and around. That was nine years ago and I am still in good health. Since then that medi cine has always been in my house and always will be. It is the best on earth." For sale by Mrs. Munro, agent, Healesville; W. J. Dawborn, agent, Yarra Glen. We have received the Christmas number of the ."Town and Country Journal," together with the special Christmas supplement, entitled " Home Again." This picture, which is well gotten up, shows the father seated on a chair, fondly caressing his children, while his devoted wife ...
WOOD-CHOPPING CONTESTS. STANDING BLOCK, 5ft. 2. girth. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
WOOD-CHOPPING CONTESTS. STANDIING BLOCK, 5ft. 2in. girth. A. Bryan ... ... Scratch. C. H. Johnson ... ... 15 sees. R. Allison ... ... 45 ,, W. Brown ... ... 45 ,, W. Donnelly ... ... 50 ,, E. 'Wilkinson ... ...55 ,, J. Tainton ... ... 60 ,, R. Brann ... ... 60 ,, UNDERHAND CHOP, 5ft. 2in. girth. A. Bryan ... ... Scratch. C. H. Johnson ... ... 25 secs. W. Higgins ... ... 50 ,, J. Tainton ... ... 55 ,, W. Donnelly ... ... 55 ,, E. Wilkinson .... ... 55 ,, R. Allison ... ... 55 , J. Garlick ... ... 55 ,, J. Lorimer ... ... 60 ,, D. Lorimer ... ... 65 A. Taylor ... ... 65 ,, T. Hope... ... ... 65 ,, E. W. RAYNER, G. C. TAYLoR, S. SAUNDERS, W. H. GORDON, and 0. SAUNDERS, Handicappers. AMATEUR CHOP (underhand), 4ft. 8in. girth. J. Hill T. Hope T. Saunders J. Lindsay J. White M. Banks D. Lorimer J. Chandler T. Jeury A. Taylor J. T. Sloss G. P. Basse P. Cook K. Mitchell J. Hargraves A. Pos.lethwaite.
HEALESVILLE ATHLETIC CLUB. NEW YEAR'S DAY SPORTS. PEDESTRIAN EVENTS. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 130 yards. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
IIEALESVILLE ATHLETIC CLUB. NEW YEAR'S DAY SPORTS. The following handicaps have been allotted for the following events, to be decided at Healesville on New Year's Day, 1901: PEDESTRIAN EVENTS. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 130 yards. Yards. R. Wandin ... .... ... 2 W. Mackley ... ... ... 5 H. J. Wilkins' ... ... 7 0. Peterson ... .... ... 7 W. A. Thompson ... ... 9 Robert Lithgow ... ... 10 W. J. Scott ... ....... 11 R. Burnside ... ... ... 12 P. Hunter ... ... ... 12 0. Kerrigan ... ... ... 13 C. T. Chandler ... ... 13 T. E. Barry ... .... ... 13 W. H. Gammon ... ... 16 J. Lithgow ... .... ... 17 E. Barry ... ... ... 19 C. W. Ozanne ... ... 19 C. B. Anderson ... ... 19 DISTRICT HANDICAP, 120 yards. R. Wandin ... .... ... 2 P. Hunter ... ... ... 11 R, ~Burnside ... ... ... 11 C. T. Chandler ... ... 12 F. B. Moffat ... ... ... 12 W. 1. 1Evanu ... ... 12 W. H. Gammron ... ... 15 J. T. Sloas ... ... ... 16 A. Evansa ... ... ... 16 J. W hite ... ... ... 16 C. W. Ozanne ... ... 17 C. B. Anderson ....
A Good Cough Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
A Good. Cough Medicine. It speaks, well for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy when druggists use it in their own families in preference to any other. -'I have sold Chamber lain's Cough Remedy for the past five years with complete satisfaction to my self and customers," says Druggist J. Goldsmith, Van Etten, N.Y. " I have always used it in my own family both for ordinary coughs and colds and :ior' the cough following l grippe, and find it very efficacious." For sale by .rs.l Munro, agent, Healesville; W. J. Dawborn, agent, Yarra Glen.
AN UMPIRE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
AN. UMPIRE STORY. --0-- A'sporting paper has a cricket story that is good enough to be quoted. It is told anent the futility of arguing with umpires. The occasian was a cricket match between neighbouring villages, where rivalry is at its keenest. The leading light of the A--village were in the local inr veleoting an umpire. One proposed. the blacksmith, Bill ,Cuttle-"'Cos he leans to'ards us." The compelling nature of the reason secured Bill Cuttle's unanimous ap pointment to the post, and in due time the match came on. The first ball bowled at the batting hero of the B- team struck hini on the leg when he :was some yards from the wicket. Immediately a'howl from eleven throats required to.know .how. that was. " Hout 1' said -Bill ,Cuttle. The hero oof.. villagei with all :the?philosophy of. resignation before a va?tly superior force, walked calmly. away. tRt as he passed ]Bill Cuttle he said.to him emphatically, " Bill Quttle, you lie .. The umpire replied calmly, " I do,, IJarge bu...
GOVERNMENT HOUSE MUSICIAN. MR. A. MANERS' CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
GOVERNMENT HOUSE MUSICIAN. -o-- MR. A. MANVERS' CAREER. Mr. Albert Manvers has gained an enviable reputation as a - high-class banjoist, and his pupils enibrace the Blite of society. At the Government -louse garden parties.and elsewhere his instrument is almost indispensable. Mr. Manvers had just completed a .masterly selection when a press repre sentative questioned him as to his skill. " I have had rather a strange career," said he. " I am an American, MR. ALBERT MANVERS. (The Vice-Regal Banjoist.) and in my early youth I served in the Indian campaign, being severely wounded and invalided. I had to earn my living, and being especially fond of music 1 took to my favorite instrument, the banjo. But the after effects of the exposure and the wound I had received remained with me, and at times interfered with my playing. Fifteen years ago I came to Australia, hoping vainly that change of air would improve me. Doctors told' me' my blood was out of order, but prescrip tions proved useles...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
The man who cheats his printer Ont of a?single ce t, Will never reach the heavenly land ,Where old Elijal went. He'll never gain admittance, But be by demons'drivein, And made td loaf his time ahonti Outside the gates of Heaven, He'll never meet a pleasant face, Or see' one festive grin ; His only chance of happiness Will be alniighty thi.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
Bricks I ricks I Bricks I F IRST-CLASS on hand, for SALE (the last kiln), as I amn selling the plant. G. S MATTHEW,. To Ad.vertisers and Sub scribers. SO as to allow of those con nected with this office to participate in the Christmas Holi days, there will be NO ISSVE of the " GUARDIAN" on FR1 DAY NEXT, the 28th December. Advertisers & Subscribers please note.
HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
. HE ALESVILLE. A pretty muinicipal township, with post and telegraph ind money:order office, and savings: bank, situated at the junction of the Graceburn and Watts rivers, 39 miles east of Melbourne. Rdil direct with Mel bourne, Healesville being the terminus. A popular.resort for visitors and tourists. It has three large first-class hotels. Grace dale House, a. handsome summer resort, is situated near the foot of Mount .Juliet, about. three 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 (Hlealesville and Yarra Glen' Guardian), a number of stores, and other places of busi ness. LxtenSive 'recreation grounds, also beautiful bowling green and lawn tennis and croquet courts. Trout and blackfish may be caught in the rivers near leales ville, and good shootihg a few miles out. The district is' principally grazing; there are several orchards a...
Dairy and Creamery. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
Dairy and Creamery. The best butter cows now give at, average of 7 per cent fat to their milk. The expert can toll a good milk cowi at a glance. She is small boned, ivith leaii neck, large udder and thin tail Your large, .oy looking cow with small udder is built for beef, not for milk. They do not seem to know much about cows in Scotland, well as they are up in theology and some other things. The av erage Scotch cow's milk contains only a little over 8 per cent butter fat. Our creamery men need to learn the Danish .secret of ripening cream by means of a "ferment." The ferment is made from. sterilized skimmilk, and it is prepared fresh every day. For all the Danes have the name of malciugg the best butter, their cows do not give as rich milk as our Jerseys maid Guernseys. The per cent of butter fat is only 8. The reasons for the high price of Danish butter in Europe are, first, its uniformity;: econd, its aroma or butter flavor, which our agent declares is se cured thtciioli the use ...
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
Apicturesque postal township on the Stevensod river, 62 m.iles east of Mel ouorne' Co-Chesa lesve e'ealesville daily fpr Maryaville, the road passing over the far,-f.auted. Blcks Spur. The sceneur .at Marysv?lle isa' extremely pretty ; the Stevena?Ip Fills are twa miles disfant and t';Tomrsy's Bend," and CunmbrIlgid ?reek are near. It :has two. goad hoteis, state echol1, police station, and two stores. 'Th0 districtis purely grazing. ft iWcb'nnPeted with Narbethong and 1calesville by teqi phone. Population, 80.
REASONS FOR ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
ZEASONS FOR &DVER'.%1 mf . \DVETCTrSIsa is the chief auxiliary of trad, -- 7ooke Advertising is not the road to success, be uccess itself.- Ilichd&dson. Advertise your business; I owe all m; •uccess to it.-P'. 7' Barn.um. The most truthful part of a newspaper i ts advertisements.--Jeffrsran. The mian who pays more for shop rer han advertising does not know his business -Horace GU ttey. How can one iman know what you wirT iless you ask for it, or what you have !. ll unless you ad, ertise it ?-Muurat Hal read. The advertisements which appear in , .ubli2 journal take rank among the inns ignificant indlicatioos of the state of soclet: if that time and place.--Dckens. If, you advertire, it gives your place eputation around f folks will crowd to you warehouse and keep lively. If you don" want to do. anything, keep as still as yo an.--C. F. Broitue. There is an lisbolute necessity for advei ;isligS tilere is a great e tger?,ss t.t comput. oi"iteitiomn, ad. no one geti it un...