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OUR MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 1894
" OUR MELBOURNE" LETTER [FROX :OUR. owN CORRESPONDEN:. One Sunday afternoon reently the Rev; A. R. Edgar 'ý came down" upon... Parliament,.aind yon the Wednesday. afternoon following::.Parliament came'" downvupon the Rev. Mr. EdgarK Mr. Edarg stated during the delivery of his sermon that certain members of the House were-well, not quite so good as they ought to be. I will not use the words he, used, for. hon. members at least some of them, are so tenacious of their good name that if you printed them the:House might perhaps come down upon you as well as the luckless clergyman. It was Mr. Taverner who set the ball rolling, who insisted. upon 1Mr Edgar being brought up to the SBar 0of the House" to be there dealt .:: .'iti 'for the. scandalous breach of pri ilege he. had committed. The Piet ier and the leader of theopposition, with sterling good sense, thought the i Ho sould treat the utterance with e cp pt. ~. oubt Mr.,.EdgarkL, ,so am rdmrk, was in bad taste, but niembers '"'`' sihdd...
LILYDALE V. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 1894
LILALE -. YARBA GLEN. So the trophy competitions for this season ai virtually at an end, as by the victo of Yarra Glen on Saturday over their eoughty opponents from the Dale they have become the proud win ners.of ti Handsoine silver cup pre sented by the genial host-of the Yihrra Flats' Rotel , r. J. ,rvie;, whose liberal a nd thorough sportsmanlike support of the-popular game has infused great interest in. these pleasant com petitions.. The pretty trophy was on view at the worthy ihost's. hotel on Saturday, and was greatly admired by those who saw it. And this is not all, for-the Glen players in addition to the cup have also become winners of the 25 premiership caps so generously do nated by our enterprising townsman, Mr. W. Montgomery, draper, which liberal act has merited the highest praise on all sides, and'the double tro phy has tended .to create unusual in terest in this season's matches, and the Glen are deserving of hearty congratu lation over their well earned victory. Very...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 1894
Local & General News. Mr. E. :H. Cameron, M.L.A., hbs: again been elected president of the Shire of Eltham. The allowance was, fixed at ~30. Sp..After a long discusslon on..the. wages question the Prahran city council are solved that for contracts entered into during the ensuing year alternative, ten flers bo called, the specifications to pro .id--(1) For the contractor paying a •specefied rate of wage ; (2) Without. any ?tipulation as to the rate of wage to be paid by the contractor. " Tenders for various shire works are invited, and will be received up to 7 o'clock on Monday evening. -'At a' meeting of directors of the Yarra Glen Butter Factory on Saturday last, the company's solicitors, Messrs. R. R. Woolcott and Son, wrote that the registration had been affected and the articles of association drawn up and printed. Offers were accepted for sup plying the company with building ma terial and a committee was appointed to purchase the plant. It is rumored that the majority o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 1894
G. S. MATTHEWS, :·uilder, ContraCtor 8V9muuatr r Plans and Specifications Prepared, Quantities Made Up, AND BUIJLDIN',G -- ATERIAL .Of Every Description Supplied at Melbourne Prices;. Next to the Post Office, Healesvillo. Encourage Local Trade Why Send Your Money Out of the Town " Draper, Groozer, Ironmeger, and General Storekeeper, Nicholeson St., HIcalesville, "R ESPECTFULLY returns thanks to her numerous customers for their past patronage, and hopes to merit. a continu ance of the liberal support bestowed during the past six years. In order to. meet the requirements of the times, she has made Reductions in Prices In all Departments "of.tlier Business Drapery, 'millinery, - Boots and Sholes,. Ironmongery, Paints, Oils, Window-Glass, aind BuildiisgRequisites. All at the llost Reasoenable Prices Fos OCASH Farm & Dairy Produce. Bought. Highest Prices Given. . Prodco and Timbor Ce*rbhants, HEALESVILLE, YARRA GLEN, .AND -LTLTDALE~ POTATOES, Wheat, Oats, Peas, Tares, Rye, Barley...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 1894
THE RIEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. Counties-Anglesey and Evelyn. Parishes-Buxton, Glenwatts, Narbethong Stevensons, and part of Gracedale and Granton. Province-South-Eastern. Members of Council--Heons. Jas. Balfour, Jas. Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D. Electoral District-Evelyn. Division Healesville. Member of Assembly-E. H. Cameron. Electoral District-Anglesey. Division Marysville. Member of Assembly-M. K. M'Kenzie.
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 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 atMarys ville is extremely pretty; the Stevenson Falls are two miles distant, and "Tommy's Bend" and Cumberland Creek are .near. kI; has-two-good hotels,rtate-hool,°police1 station, and two stores. The district is purely grazing. It is connected with Nar M. Keppel, postmaster. Population, 80.
HEALESVILLE BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 1894
SHEALESVJLE BOWLING OLUB. The third annual mnepting' of. the above club w s.helrl at the Mechanics' Smeeting roo n Wednesday evening, when there Aere present Mr. A. V, Edgcunilim (4resident, in the chair), 1MUr.W." -M'Sweeney (secretary), and. Messrs. Clements, Matthews, Cullen, E. J. Hall, G. Chandler, Alexander, Cornish, J. Holland, George, and Dr. Baird. SThe secretary's report was read as follows : SIn- presenting this, the third, annual report and: finhancial statement. your committee .re, sorry to have to state that 'the 'season 1893-4; although being a fairly prosperous one, has not realised anticipations formed at the beginning of the season either as regards.members or fiinances; the, members numbering bunt16 and the receipts from allsources .£13 7s 7d., this being the lowest since the foundationiof the club, and much less thansdaily previous season. The club started the season with a debt of £3, balance of loan owing to Mr. J. S. Pierce, and a credit balance of 8s. 10d., a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 1894
* ARE YOU AFFLICTED with DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, KIDNEY TROUBLES,. BACKAChE, ACHING LIMBS, or LIVER COMPLAINT' If so, safe remedies are within your reach at a nominal cost. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHEERS PILLS have never yet failed to cure the worst cases. General debility, nervousness, weakness, and general complaints of the digestive and nervous systems are promptly cured by these -reliable remedies. They are prepared by a scientific processes, and are not merely mechanical mixtures made only to "guil the public." The renown CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have won in Australasia is proof of the fact that they stand preeminent for their special I clasres of diseases. No remedies ever sold . gave such entire satisfaction to their patrons, and evidence is forth coming from every city, town and vil lage to prove their virtues. No doubt - can now exist as to their value, but purchasers must be careful to get the genuine articles as many. unscrupulous. t traders will attempt to pal...
TRIAL OF DAIRY COWS AT THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 1894
TRIAL OF DAIRY-COOWS-AT THE SHOW. The competition for the, special prize - donated by.. the proprietors of The Leader for the cow' producing the - -largest yield ..of butter during a test extending over two days at: the show of the Royal Agricultural Society, has excited a good deal of '. discussion amongst dairymen. Two owners tried for the prize, namely, .Mr; David Mitchell, Lilydale, with Buttercup 5th, and Mr. R. Builen, Flemaington, with i\ary R., the quantity: o bf tter' pro duced being 3 765 lb. each. :It was a singular coincidence that the two .animals should produce exactly the same quantity of butter, as indicated by the -Babcook test?,and the occurrence. is still., more remarkable when the quantity of milk is taken 'into con cideration. r. .Mitchell's cow, a pure Holstein, gave 122' lb. of milk during the two days, being milked twica eaeh day, :while . Mr. Bullen's cow, a good type of: Ayrshire, though her owner did not.krnow how, she was bred, gave only 56J lb.: of milk ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 1894
Tile WONDERFUL WATERBURY. An Astonishing Modern Invention. -TheWatchlor the People-a Marvel of Cheapness Strength, Accuracy, and Elegance secured at Smnl Cost. The "Timekeeper of the Day" defies Competition. The sale of the celebrated Waterbury Watches in Australasia has been of such a phenomenal character, and they have made such a palpable hit pmn all classes of the community, that the Waterbury Watch Company has decided to extend its already large business throughout these colonies. The testimony in favour of the Waterbury Watch, is simply Overwhelming and Unprecedented 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. The extraordinary popularity of the Waterbury Watch 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 inexpensive Watch that could be Guarantee...
THE LADDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 September 1894
THE LADDIE. By WARATAH. When James Conrie asked me to take a cruise in his yacht I hesitated to ac cept, although the offer was tempting enough. Nothing could be more to my liking than a few days' sailing about the harbor and finally two weeks at anchor in that charming spot Manvers Bay. I told Jim how it was I must refuse, "The Laddie" was staying with me. Poor lad, he was out of spirits. The office of Grinde and Grinde, law yers, was a dull, dreary place enough for such an active, high-spirited youth. He found the work little to his mind, but being an orphan and penniless, save for the annuity of £50 left him by his father, he had sensibly accepted his uncle's kind offer to article him to this firm. For my part I should have liked to see him a cheery young middy or up the country careering on horseback after a mob of cattle; in fa3ct: any employ= ment with more life and freedom at tached to it would have suited him better. James Conrie, an old friend of mine, though some ten years...
GENERAL DEBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
GENERAL DEBILITY. t The term General Debility means a depletion of vital strength, a general break-up of the corporeal health, due to over consumption and wasting away of the life giving constituents of the blood and nerve tissue, r'-ally a wearing out of the animal structure. If your life is worth saving it is worth your while to treat your case thor oughly; If it is worth your while to treat your disease at all, it is worth your while to continue the treatment until your health is thoroughly re established; you may feel all right after the first few bottles of Clements Tonic, so prompt are its remedial and curative effects; but a medicine no Imatter how good cannot hanish dis ease in a week, the seeds of the com plaint will still remain in your system and break out afresh if you do not thoroughly eradicate them. Don't for get that a relapse is twice as difficult to cure as the original attack, so if you want to get cured give the .remedy a fair chance and recovery is certain. Clem...
HEALESVILLE BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
HEALESVILLE BOWLING CLUB. Owing to limit of room in ouri lash week's issue we were unable to give a;e port of the speeches made, at the annual meeting- of the above,' for' which we were sorry, as some very.good and in teresting remarks were madeduring the evening. In his opening address the President (Mr. A, V, Edgcumb) said that awing to circumstances over which he had no control he had not taken the same in terest in the club during the past season as he would have wished, but neverthe less he always had the welfare of the club at heart, and always would; He meant to remain here, and he trusted that during the coming season he would be in a position to regain, his old form. in the good old game. It did not speak, well for the veterans that comparative. colts should step. ir and win. the best prizes, more especially. the cbampion-. ship.' But he put this. down to. want. of practice, of which he considered there, should be far more. Teams from. town. should also be encouraged to. co...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
LAWN TENNIS. In order to provide players withl something interesting early this season,' a series of mixed fours have' b'een: arranged, and to-morrow has been fixed for the opening day'of the season 1894-s. Play will commence at:3.p.m. The draws were, made by lot, and if.more members should enter for the comn' petition, further arrangements can bh made, and thus the interest will be in: creased.. The handicaps for present entries,are:- : Dr. Baird' and Miss Rodgers-owe 15. Mir. George and Miss M'Gretton-owe half 15. Mr. Gibbs and Miss Fyfe-- eer. 'Mr. Balzary and Mrs. George-re, h?ilf: 15. " MIr.' Pierce and Miss Shaw-reO half, 15. Mr. Row and Miss P. Shaw 15. Names of ,intending :. competitors .should tbe-senft in to. the hon: secret?iy, .Dr. Baird, as early:as. possible. .he rules ii- connection with the contests are posted in' the pavilion. ' We are requested to remind that all subscriptions to: b6ith the Tennis and Croquet clubs for season 1894-5 are now due.
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
PUBLISfHED FRIDAY MORNINGS FPRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14;'1894. Local & General N ews: Mr. E. H. Cameron, our worthy and respected representative in Parliament, is 'on the ,war-path, but, unlike the majority of his colleagues, not a foe can he find.! He is announced. to t'come here to-morrow afternoon and'tell us how -things :are getting on -in Pailia ment as well. as offer suggestionisas to how 'they can .be bettered. Mr. Cameron will )commence his address here at 2.30 p.m.,..as he intends to speak ?taYarra Glen the samile evening. Our Marysville correspondent writes; -Our spiritual adviser, Mr. Thomas, having left this district for Druin, Mr. Eason conducted a prayer-meeting in the school house on Sunday las. ' ,It isintended bya number of ladies and gentlemen who:had the pleasure of being present at the recent social ten dered by Miss Fyfe (the respected lady in chaige of the local post office) and her friends, to return the compliment t.lli'evexmingiin it ~ imiairii.r~per, The no...