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District News. Taggerty. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
District News. Taggerty. [Frso3 uOR OORRESPONtIEt TS.j Welcome rains started to fall last night, and it has continued showery all day, and looks likely to continue. Messrs Ware Bros, thrasher, is at present working in this district. Wheat and black oats are turning out well, hut the white oats seems to have suf fered by the drought, as they are badly filled, and a poor sample all over the district. Wheat has gone up as high as 25 bushels to the acre around Taggerty. The Mechanic's Institute is just com pleted and ready to hand over to the trustees, itis a fine looking building and quite an ornament to the township. It will he opened about the end of March. The third'and final cricket match be tween the Thornton and Taggerty clubs was played on the ground of the for mer on Saturday last, and after an -ex citing game, was won by Taggerty by one run. In the first innings the scores were, Thorntqn 42 and .Taggertyi .43. In the second innings, Thornton, put up 87 ':for 5 'wickets, - anud...
Christmas Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
Christms 21Mill. The cricket competition for Mr. Cameron's trophy is about over. The local team pulled off their last match and defeated Panton Hill, so are " run ners up," while the Queenstown men, who have played most consistently are at the top. The weather has been very hot for some time, -and the water has been badly needed, but there seems now some prospect of rain, and the owners of gardens are delighted. The trouble in the Presbyterian Church seems to be incurable, as the rival parties have taken to the public press to ventilate their troubles. Good taste and a little charity might have prevented this.
Healesville, March 3rd 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
Hfealeaville, March 3rd 1898. Dear Uncle Rube,--You will think it very neglectful of me not writing to you before this. We have had some very changeable weather up here. I hope you enjoyed yourself last week as you took a week's holiday. I went for a lovely drive on Sunday, I started early in the morning, and came house late in the evening, it wsit so lovely and cool, I enjoyed myself ve:y much, I saw in the " Gnardian " the 19iil of Feb. that the one who gets the highest marks, was to get a )hk,Ic of peeums in threeo months, so I thought I wol.ld try for it, I have no more new, :his ti;m Uncl' Rube hoping to have m'nor next. I remain your lv.,ing niece. I(OSIE PHILLIPS. Aged 12 years and 3 months Com. Mtr. Sog. Punc. Wrtg L. F. ... 20 23 12 8 5 I. P. ... 23 18 10 9 8 This week my little correspondents are again backward, only two send. in, me letters. No letters have been received, except from Bealesville. The two letters sent in, however, are very close, each scoring 68 points. I ...
Do You Wear Stays? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
:Do You Wear Stays ? If you do you should exercise great caution as tight lacing is possible one of the most injurious practices among women to-day. Compression of the adbomen is sure to cause liver trouble of some sort and many a girl has suf fered years of torture in after life through tight lacing. If the liver be comes displaced" and presses on the heart, palpitation' is the result, and this is a most disagreable as well as a dangerous complaint. Another thing to'be considered is the inability of the various digestive organs to do their duties if 'the space allowed them by nature is taken away. Indigestion and liver trouble always spoils the die position,'and incessant suffering makes life unbearable. Bile Beans for bili otsness are a specific for all cases of De?hility, Headaches, Indigestion, Con stipation, rind, Liver trouble, and will be found a great boon to all that suffer through tight lacing. We would re coinmend, however, that the latter lie abandoned. Bile Beans are so...
THE YOUNG FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
We are pleased to inform our youth fui readers that in future we intend to devote a portion of our space to their especial benefit. We propose to have it written as much as possible by children and with this end m view we will offer every week a handsome prize volume. The next competition is for a letter written to Uncle Rube, telling him anything in teresting and concise. A short anec dote would be acceptable. The maxi mum points obtainable for this compe tition will be 100, divided as follows: Coiposition, 30 ; Matter, 30; Spelling, 15; Punctuation, 15 ; Writing, 10. The best letters received every week will he published in the paper. All letters must be handed in not later than 12 noon on Thursday. This competition is open to ail. child ren under the age of 16; and contribu tions are invited. Healesville, Feb. 24th. 1898. DEAn UNCLE RUBE,--I am writing a few lines to von hoping to find you quite well. The hop-picking has just begun, we are having three we .k hroliday from school,...
Healesville Waterworks Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
3ealeaville Waterworks Trust. The meeting of the above Trust was held after the Council meeting, the same gentlemen being present. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mrs. A. Daly, Terminus Hotel, objecting to the action of the commissioners in taking away their scour valve. The dirt silts up the pipes, and she wished to be allowed to scour the pipes. Cr. Chandler moved that the key be returned. Seconded by Cr. Sloss. Cr. Burt moved an amendment that the proper officer be asked to report on the matter at next meeting: The Chairman said it had been found that there was a great waste of water there, and it was the duty of Mr. Daly to report the defective valve at once, which she had not done. He suggested that the key should be re turned on the strict understanding that the valve was only to be opened for scouring purposes. The Secretary offered to go down twice a week and scour the pipes. If the resolution was passed it was in direct opposition to the regulations of the Trust. Cr. Robbins: "How abo...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
IIcalesville Post and Telegraph Oflice. Post oficet open from na.mn. to 6 p.1m. Telegraplh tllice open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 -. t. Post oflice savings banklopen from 10 a.nm. to 3 p.m. S;aturdavs from 10 n.m. to 12 uoontlnd 6 to 8 p.m. deposits only. Ittils-close for MIelbrrnrne 0.25 a " ane tJ 7.15;nn j djily. 3tarysville and r ... .. . 9.30 amt daily Narbetlhong. Arrive frontm Melbourne, &e... 9.M5 am 2.40 ploi 7.30 put daily. Marysville and ... 7 pm daily Narbetihong :MISS A. CHAPM AN 1 ! Postemistresa.
Launching Place. EASTER SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
Launching Place. EASTER. SPORTS. The fourth- general meeting in con nection with the annual sports (horse and foot racing) at Launching Place, was hela at the,Home Hotel on the 26th ult. On the motion of Mr. W. McKay, seconded by Mr. MI. F. Ryan, Mr. James Ewart was voted to the chair. The h6n?.i'c. '(pro tem), Mr. P, M. Kerrigan, read the balance sheet from last year, which showed a credit of ?1 5s. Gd. in rish, and a double-reined bridle. Mr. W. McKay moved, and Mr. C.. Goodson seconded ~- That the meeting be held under V.R.C. rules." A lively discussion at once ensued, but on it being pointed out that it would be almost impossible to have a registered meeting. Mr. .McKay consented to withdraw his motion, so that the sports will be of a mixed character as formerly. - A strong committee of experienced officials were elected to carry out all the arrange ments. Messrs. J. R. Henry and F. Shaw were appointed judges ; Mr. J. Ewart,,starter; Mr. C. Kerrigan,.elerk of scales;- Mr.. A. Te...
Steel's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
Steel's Creek. The Steel's Creek v. Lilydale cricket match was continued last Saturday and advanced amother stage. The Dale boys with 2 wickets down for 50 resumed batting, and brought the score to 118, before the last wicket fell, ?prin cipally due to Sweeney's good play,who managed to put up 47 before he was caught. R, Morton 15, Rogers 14, and WV. Oliver 12. Spear was most suc cessful with the ball, taking 5 wickets for 32 runs, In their second innings the Creek had 6 wickets down for 109 runs, Lovelace 32, Wilson 29, Spear, 14, and Bassett not out, with 10 to his name. Hutton took 4 of the wickets for 32 runs. The Oreel: has thus i00?runs to the good, with 4 wickets to fall, so in all probability Lilydale will have a good score to face. -|m
Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
Bowling. The kuroa lovers of Sir Francis Drake's favourite pastime, accompanied by some fellow bowlers from Seymour, travelled to.Healesville last Saturday to try conclusions with the local team, and were heartily welcomed. The visitors included in their team ,well known old time indentities of Heales ville in the persons of Sergeant Tevlin, and Mr. T. R, Tredise, who expressed their satisfaction at once more being among- their 'old friends. .The game was of three rinks, the. opposing teams being as-; fo llows;-ijitios:tMessrs. Howell:Howard, Strýiling, Handliury (captain), who scored 23. "fealesvilie Messrs. Harley, Matthews, Gresves and Wilson (captain), scored 25. Visi tors: Messrs. McKenna, Tod, King, Dirkett (captain), scored 29. Heales ville: Messrs. McGretton, Alexander, Hocking, Shaw (capt.), scored 15. Visi. tors: Messrs Btgy, Haugh,Trezise, Te v lin (captain), scored 27. Healesville : Messrs. Tevlin, GOeen, George; Obhand ler (captain), 26. The totals were Visitors, 79 ; H...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
EXTRACTS i'O I GA71 i ±v "IZrngIEsAcr . 54Vijct. Io. 1095, clause 5.- Vlilfully de straying, netting, or usingl other meana, for killing or taking imported game at any time. Penalty-1.2 and valuie of bird or animal: (hre sche dulo below). ,C'i:tuh .--Do. Do. native. ganie duririg close sear,,si. Penalty-£2 in addition to b? for each bird or animal. Claea 7i .-Buying. sclling, oa knnwviigly having ill possscaion, honuu, or coiitrol,-, any iniprte-l game oa native game during close seaoii. Penalty-Imported game,' £5 and value' of bird or animal ; native- game £2. Clipe.e 8 T.-Taking eggs out of or destroy ingneat .tf impo tel or native game; or hav-: ing eggs in poIaession. Penalty-l0s. each egg. Clanue 11.-Laying poison for or poiseon lug gaume. IPeialty-±l10 and 'value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 54 Vict. No. :1093. i:clinse 35.-Taking, selling, orexpoming orsiale any fish diariing close season for isuch fish.6 Penalty-Not more than £20, aid joi:leiture of fish. Scuiluul...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
Wedding Bells. A marriage ceremony, which joined in wedlock Susie, third daughter of Mrs. R. Hutchinson, Cave Hill road, Lilydale, and John, son of Hall Jordan, "Yarra View," Launching Place, was solemnized by the Rev. J. R. Ander— son M.A., in the Presbyterian Church, Lilydale, on Tuesday afternoon last, in present of a large number of their friends. The church was was very tastefully decorated for the occasion. Miss E. Wilson (organist of Baptist Church), played the " Wedding March" in an efficient style. The presents were costly and numerous.
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
Close Season for Gme, &o. THE WViIOLE YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs),, antelope, bee-eaters, bus. tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, epithiianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants, platypus, podargus or mopokes, robins, seals, southern stone plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. JUNE 14 TO DECEMB~ n 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds. AUGUST 1 TO 'EB5RUARY 28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons, quail. AUGUST 1 to DECEMBER 20. All birds known as cranes, such as herons, egrets, &c. ; all hohey-eaters except wattle birds and leather-heads; all kingfishers other than the laughing jackass ; all inem bers of the grauculus family : avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-lbird, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all other members of the ...
The Guardian. Scribendirecte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1898. News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
Je Oatri cian. Scribendijrecte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, MARCH 5,1898. News of the Week. ..HARVEs THANIKSaIVsIN.---Thle local Presbyterian Churebh was "beautifully "decorated last Sunday for the above service,, and quite a large display of fruit and vegetables was made. Special hymns" were sung, and the anthem "How great is thy loving kindniess" was rendered by a full choir, under the'baton of Mi';;Story, and was much appreciated. Mr. Bruce gave addresses appropriate for the occasion.'. His evening subject- was The great har vest"' the text being, St. Matthew 13, 391.The harvest is the end of the world and the reapers are the angels." Be fore 'closing the rev. gentleman, in a few words, thanked all who had donated produce, and the ladies for decorating, and also the choir for attending to the service of praise, and he enjoined all:to love the Church,- as the Jews loved Jerusalem, for it should be to them their souls' Jerusalem. The congi-e ...
Railway Time Table. Up. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898
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