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Dairy School Building. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
Datry School fulIding, Hiram Smith of Wisconsia was one of the most enthusiastic devotees of the butter and eheese.interests of this cotin try. Much of tih fame Wisconsin dairy products have attained was owiug to him. A favorite idea of his was to at tach a dairy school to the state univer sity at Madison. This was at last done and the building named in honor of him Hiram Smith bal. WISCOSIN DtAIfY SCflOOL. The structure cost $40.000, completel; equipped with approved dairy, buttex and cheese ;naehinery. It is built of rnivill-e wlhito Sandstdcoe and white brick. The uppe? part i3 finished oi thb outside inpebble and beam work. E pecial attention, is giveri ta tlteesQ fae tory.-and creamery work in the Wmiscon sin dairy course. The buildiun 'ill ac commodato 100 students.
THE DAIRY. CREAMERY GOSPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
CREAMERY GOSPEL, Crermeries Double Dairy Profits Where They Are Run Right. Creameries are money mills. It is put ting it extremely mild to say that they bive doubled the dairy profits of the places where they are successfully run ,ing.' The buttermaking of the future will be in creameries. They are here to stay. But they are not here to stand still in any sense. They must run, and run by 'constantly improving methods. Some fellow is always getting ahead of the average of creamery operatives, and others find it out and come up alongside and perchance outstrip him. The race is to the quick witted and observing. To stand still is to fall back. To progress slowly, even, is to fall back in the pro oession, All must be on the alert or they will be left in the rear. This is why we so often refer to stan. dard topics, such as flavor, etc. One third of our creameries are no credit to themselves -nor`to the business. --It. is not enough that they make better look ing butter than'the curdy lum...
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIQNS, :Courts wil be leldduting the year 1900 at the undermentioned places; at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz*-. Narne of Court; Nov. Dec. [eidelber :.' 5; 190- 17 Anderson's Creek 12° 3 Eltham' ... 1 . : 1 11 Yarrm Glen 21 12 iea havik .w 220 f3 Li?y?dle .... ,1j2: 16°t, 7; 14. 23, "30 :21, 28: 'erntree Gully ... 270 1 '8 QbeenRtown . 26 10 o Palice Mlagistrate's V isits. t ILicensing and Warden's Courts. D. BERRIMAN, Clerk of Courts.
HEALESVILLE SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
HEALESVILLE SHIRE. Constituted: a shire, 30th September, 1887. Area, 283 square miles. Popula tion, 1350; ratepayers on roll, 290; rate, Is. in the Z, President-Cr. S. Sloss. Councillors. G. V. Furmnston° .. Retires, Aug., 1901 MI. J. Sheehan... .. ,, ,, 1901 F. G. Bailey ;... ... ,, , 1901 W. Nichoist ... ... ,, ,, 1902 J. M. Keppel ... ...,, ,, 1902 J. T. Boone+ ... , , , 1902 Thonas Crowley .. , ,, 1903 Stewart Sloss .., ... ,, ,, 1903 John Ml'Gretton ... ,, ,, 1903 *The late Cr. Chandler's seat. tCr. Matthews seat, +Cr. Robbins' seat. The Counril meets at the Council Chain hers on the last Monday in each month at 1 p.nm. Officers. Secretary, collector, valuer, collector of statistics, and road and thistle inspector C. H. Ale.pnuder. Engineers - Monash and Anderson, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. Health oflicer-J. C. Baird, M.B,, B.S., J.P: Treasurer-I. Cornish, Dog registrar, sanitary inspector, and poundkeeper-Thos. King, senr. Inspectors of slaughterlhouses and abat toirs-Consta...
LAW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
L AW, Bailiwick-Central. Police Moagistrhte-Johln Keogh, Justices of the Peace-J. C, Baird. M.B., B.S., E. H. Cameron, M.,L.A., J. Esnon, J. Green;, E. Kidney, and G. S. Ilatthiews (ex-president of shire). Sessions-Thursdays, at 2.30 p.m. Clerk of Courts-Daniel Beriiman.
Intemperance Worse Than Slavery. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
Intemtperance Wnorse Than Slavery. The total number of slaves in the United States when the-emancipation proclamation .as issiied is reckoned as 1,000,000; The total, munber of diunk-. ards in the United States alone is about 2,500,000. and there are probably 10,000 000 other persons bound to these by C?amily ties and sharing in the burden, of their curse. As a result of the slave system millions were transferred from realms of savagery to a realm of civiliza tion, with more advantages on the whole even under slavery than they had in their native land. The slave'was not an economic loss; the drunkard is. African slavery was limited to a comparati.ely small field, liquor invades all biviliza tion. Slavery was a wrong on the lower races; intemperance afflicts the highest. From any point of view?,iqguoo has done incalculably mort haihi tha .Africap slavery.--Voice.
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
Law Relating to Newspapers. 1. 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 office to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and irdered 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 frotu the office or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prima 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 coniinue taking it, otherwise the publis...
"If." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
!f you want a red hose and dim, bleary oyear If you wish to be iine wlhom 11 p~ en despise If yo wish to libe ragged and weary and sad; If you wish, in a word, to go to the bad Then drinkl if you wish tlhat your life a failure ; y be; If you wifsh l be pennifless--out.at the knee; If you wistl.to be houseless, broken, forlorn; If you wish to see pointed the finger of scorn, Then drinkl . If you wish, that your mauhoo$ be shorn of Its strength; 'That your days may be shortened to one-halb their l!egth; If you like the gay, muso pf curse or of wail; If you long fos the shelter o? the poorhouse oa Then drink! If your tagaps don't ag ee With the "i." as above; If you'd raCher eave life full of brightness an4 If you cire not to venture noT find out toceaq: That the gateway'to hell lIs through tho s. S• baes 4;,'t 4:inkl --Vole. ·- · ·. " - ? • . .... ' ? r
HEALESVILLE POST & TELEGRAPH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
RiEALESVILLE POST & TELE GRAPH OFFICE. Post oflice open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post office savings bank open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Mails close for Melbourne ) 10.30 a.m. and - and Daily. Intermediate 7.15 p.m, Marysville rand 9.30 a.m. Daily. Narbethong Mails arrive from Melbourne, &c., 9.40 a.m., 2.40 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Daily. Marysville and 7 p.m. Daily. Narbethong
PLACES OF NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
P.LACES .OF NOTE. Places of interest to visit in the dis trict, and how far situated : Place Distance. Miles. Marysville ... ... 23 Narbethong ....... 14 Fernshaw ... ... 7 Mallinson's Look-out ,,, 7 Mallinson's Gully ... 10 Condon's Gully ... ... 4 Meyers Creek and Falls.,. 5 Mathinna Falls ... ... 7 Badger River ... ... 4 Blacks Spur & Etta's Glen 10 Coranderrk Blacks Station 3 Mt. Riddell ... ... 2 Gracehurn Creek... ... Graceburn Weir ., 4 Watts River ... Watts Weir ,, Mt:. Juliet (top) ... .... 10 Buxton ... ... ... 24
MR. J. C. WILLIAMSON'S CHRISTMAS ATTRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
MR. J. C. WILLIAMSON'S CHRISTMAS ATTRACTION. Visitors to Melbourne during the coming holidays should not fail to wit ness Mr. J. C. Williamson's grand Xmas attraction, the marvellous Anglo American Bio-Tableau, which is to be presented at the Athenaeum Hall for a short season, commencing on Saturday, December 22nd. The entertainment is under the direction of Mr. Williamson; which in itself is a guarantee that it will be out of the ordinary, and in keeping with the reputation which this gentleman has of allowing his name to be associated only with attractions of the highest excellence. The entertain ment is furnished by the use of the latest improvement of the biograph, the Bio-Tableau, from the Royal Hippodrome, London, which projects living pictures over 25ft square, with absolute clearness and steadiness, being totally devoid of the irritating flicker' which was such a drawback in the pre vious inventions. The first part of the entertainment is entitled, " With Roberts to Pretoria...
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Healesville to Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Healesville to Melbourne. Healesville, dep., 7.25 a.m., 10.55 a.m., and 7.50 p.m. Melbourne, arr., 9.12 a.m., 1.15 p.m., and 10.3 p.m. Melbourne to Healesville. Melbourne, dcp., 7.37 a.m., 12.15 p.m., and 5.12 p.m. Hlealesville, arr., 9.45 a.m., 2.30 p.m., and 7.19 p.m. Fares :-Single: First class, 6s. 6d.; second class, 4s. 4d. Return : First class, 9s. 9d.; second class. 6s. 6d. Special Friday Night to ?onnday Fares (Healesville to Melbourne)-First return, 7s. 4d.; second return, 4s. lid.
YARRA GLEN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
YARRA GLEN RACES." The following entries have been re ceived for the above races, to be held on Wednesday next (Boxing Day): HURDLE RACE. Jumbo Cyclist Importer. TRIAL STAKES. Seaweed Gameboy Victor Cyclone Fairfield Bob Wave Madeline. PONY RACE Janet Roseen Pearlie Wild Harry Rocket Beatrice Queenie Fop. YARRA GLEN HANDICAP. Dependent Jumbo Gameboy Cyclone - Fairfield Bob Bangholme Cyclist Madeline. HACK RACE. Sheelah Locket Glen Buzz Fop. FLYINo IANDICAP. Seaweed Dependent Cyclone Janet Bob Wave Madeline.
WALKER'S, or CHESVERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
WALKER'S, or CHESVERVILLE. On the Yarra Track, a new mining field, about 15 miles cast from Marysville. The famous Golden Secret Mine, found and prospected by Messrs. Chester and Lock, is located here. Daily coach from Heales ville to Marysville, thence Cobb's coach on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday to Walker's. -Population, about 150.
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
CYCLING NOTES. -0 Forty miles an hour on a bicycle is at last an accomplished fact, this dis tance having been ridden by W. Stin son, the crack American pace follower, who has recently been putting up some remarkable performances This wonder ful ride was accomplished on a wooden track at Brockton, New England (U.S.A.). The exact distance ridden was 40 miles 327 yards, an average of I min. 30 sees. a mile. Stinson was admirably paced by motor tandems. H. Elkes subsequently made an at tempt on Stinson's record on the same track, but after covering '95 miles in 37 min. 2 3-5th sees. (world's record) he had to give up owing to trouble with his pacing motors. Now that the holiday season will shortly be with us, it behoves those cyclists who intend spending their Christmas and New Year holidays on the wheel to thoroughly examine and put in order the tyres on their ma chines. T This little precaution may be the means of saving endless trouble and expense whilst away on tour. Again, no cycl...
Unnecessary Loss of Time. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
Unnecessary Loss of Time. Mr. VW. S. Whedon, Cashier of the First National Bank of Winterset, Iowa, in a recent letter gives some ex perience with a carpenter in his employ, that will be of value to other mechanics. He says: " I had a carpenter working for me who was obliged to stop work for several days on account of being troubled with diarrhwa:. Imentianedj to him that I. had beon airiilar?t? troubled and that Chamberlain'?i CGlic. Cholera and Diarrhoea -Remedy hadi. cured me. Ele bought a bottle of it from' the druggist here and informetd me that one, dose cured him, and. he is. again at his work.". For slte by 'Mrs.. Munro, agent, Healesville'; W. . ,_ Dawborn, Yarra Glen,
MORTALITY FROM DRINK. intemperance Claims Annually 150,000 Victims In the United States. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 21 December 1900
MORTALITY FROM DRINK. *atemperance Claims Annually 150,005 Victims In the United States. Statistics collected carefully from all the states of the Union show that 150,000 people are every year the victims of in temperance. There are two classes of Victims of In temperance. One class comprises those who die from the effects of drink on themselves. The professor restricts in his estimate of the victims to this class, Ind if the evils of intemperance were Confined to the drinkers his remarks may be correct. But the evil effects of in temperance extend far beyond the drink ers of the poison and injure the lives of tens of thousands of others. These die from the indirect effects of intemperance. Drunkards all have or have had par ents. Many of them are brothers or sis ters, husbands' or wives, parents, em ployees and neighbors. Who can count up the number of deaths that result from the neglect, cruelty, violence, or other things donie by the intemperate to those who sustain these various...