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HEALESVILLE CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
HEALESVILLE CRICKET CLUB I The :annual meeting of the above club was held, at the Mechanics' meet ing-room on Wednesday evening last, c there, being some twenty gentlemen r present. Dr. Baird occjupied the chair, 1, while M1r. J. J~ George officiated in his a capacity as secretary. The minutes of the last .annual meeting were 'read and approved, on the motion of M?essrs. H. Christie and A. Harvie. The balance-sheet, which showed' a credit balance of 10s. 6d., was thent read, received, and 'adopted, on the motiond of iiessrs. -" Matthews and Harvie. . . The prizes won duripg the past season were 'presented 'by the Chair man as follows ;-Bat, donated by J. Shaw, Esq., for highest aggregate score, won: by Dr. Baird.;. bat, donated by Dr. Baird for. the greatest improvement inmbatting, won by, Mr. J. A. Holland; .bat, 'for highest "average" batting, the gift of .J. Cullen, sen., Esq., - won by Mr. E; Cullen; silver cup, donated by iessrs. Rosenthall., Aaronson and Co, throughG. S. Matth...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. Counties-Anglesey and Evelyn. Parishes-Buxton, Glenwatts, Narbethong Stevensons, and part of Gracedale aud Granton. Province-South-Eastern. Members of Council-Hons. 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.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
Tile WO?DERFUL WATERBURY, An Astonishing Modern Invention. The Watch for the People-a Marvel of Cheapness Strength, Accuracy, and Elegance secured at mnall 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 among 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 conme, uiasked 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 ?u...
THE LADDIE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
THE LADDIE. By WARATAI. (Continued.) They stayed to luncheon, these visitors. Mr. Reynolds and Jim seemed to have a great deal to say to one another, so that the little maid was left a good deal with the lad and I. We sat on deck, under the shade of the awning. Ere long they quite forgot me, I fell out of their conversation, and evidently out of their thoughts. What had I in common with them 7 They talked of books, their favorite authors, the scenery around, and a thousand differant subjects. How that lad did talk to be sure; his arms folded on the arm of his chair as he leant towards her, watching with rapt eyes the varying lights and shades that crossed her winsome face. Now and then he would cause her laughter to ring forth as he quoted some humorous speech from one of the books they dis cussed. Anon she would look grave and her eyes grow misty as he talked on some sad subject. No wonder he gazed as though to photograph her picture for ever on his heart, she was such a dainty lit...
MR. T. HUNT AT MARYSVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
MR. T. HUNT AT MARYSVILLE p [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] t A' very well attended and orderly n meeting was held on Saturday evening last at Keppel's Hotel, when Mr. Thos. 0 Hunt, one. of the candidates for C Anglesey., explained his political views. ti On the motion of Mr. Barton, se- a conded by Mr. J. O'Reilly, Mr. J. Eason, P J.P., was voted to the chair. tl Mr. Eason returned thanks in a very a suitable manner, and said he would in- I troduce his friend, Mr. Hunt, who has h erved a very good apprenticeship for bout eighteen years in Parliament, and thought that after the spell he had had a for the last couple of years he would be a able to enter the House with renewed 0 vigor. M::,r. Runt, on rising, said that he had ti always been received with greatcourtesy b and consideration, and he trusted that ti when his. honorable opponent came around the same courtesy would be held : out to him. (Applause). During the t 18 years thathie had been in office he: defied and challenged anyo...
A USEFUL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
A. USEFUL SOCIETY. i From a member of the great army of unemployed an exchange has received the following amusing contribution: RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE DAR LING Dowxs WHALES, THE NASIOI SUNDOWNERS,ANDTHE NEW ENGLAND CRUISERS' UNION. President: SirT. Billy, K.N.S.W.B.S. Vice: The Hon. Damper. Treasurer: Sir Isaac Hooknose Sugar, M.U.S. Secretary: Hon. W. Dust, K.C.L. Banker : The Hon. Paddy thelOadger, K.C.B. Head Office: Namoi Bank, Burrimbula, N.S.W. Branches in the following jawbreakers: Nocholeche, Nuntawang, Nuntamungie, Tinapafee, Tintinallogy, and Umberumburka. The object of the above Union is to form a closer tie among the drum-car- A riers and all. bluey-humpers .. tl RULES :- 1. Every individual carryingablueyis requested to join the above. .1 2. The entrance fee is 11b. flour, lib. sugar, 2oz. tea, anda plug of'baccy. tl 3. No member is allowed to take, or 9 incite others to take, any work what- j7 ever. c 4. On nearing a township, every tl member is requested to find...
THE MINIMUM RATE OF WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
THE MINIMUM RATE OF WAGES. We take the. following very sensi ble remarks on the above subject from the last issue of the Xilmore Adver tiser-: The minimum rate of wages, which has been mentioned in the Kilniore Shire recently, does not seem to have had the desired effect of lessening the labor difficulties. .Certain councillors argue that owing to the minimum rate being a good one, only .the very. best men, strong, young, and active, are employed by contractors.' Othersmain tained that a contractor would only pick the best men -available, whether there was a minimum rate or not. Among the works to which this minimum rate applies are relief works for the purpose of helping the unemployed, and the men who are employed, being the best men, Iand not being employed,, are the very people who least require it, since the weak, and old, not being the best men, and not being employed, are the men most requiring succour. Were the rate of- wages left to the option of the contractor, the help wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
warliamentary El]ectioa WILL ADDRXESS THE ELECTORS OF EVE7LYN IN Daly's Hall, Healesville, ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 15TH. Chair to be taken at Half-past Two o'clock sharp. Shire of loalesville. NOTICE is hereby given that in pursu ance of the provisions of the" Thistle Act 1893" the Governor-in-Council did on .the 30th day of July last declare a certain I plant named " Rosa Rubiginosa,"comnmonly known as "Sweet Briar," to be a Thistle within the meaning of the " Thistle Act 1890" throughout the Shire of Healesville. Landowners are therefore notified that they must destroy the sweet briar growing on their properties, and on the roads ad joining them, otherwise the Council may order the same to be destroyed, and the cost of doing so may be recovered from the owners of the land so cleared at any Court of Petty Sessions. By order, CHAS. H. ALEXANDER, Shire Secretary. Shire Office, Healesville, 30th August, 1894. THE SECOND . ENTERTAINMENT .IN aid of the funds of the Healesville ...
LABOR OVERTHROWS A MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 September 1894
LABOR OVERTHROWS A MINISTRY. A generation ago the idea that n powerful European ,Ministry would- Ie overthrown, because it refusuel to make allowances for railway emuploys to at tend a Congress would have bIee, scouted with ridicule. But that is what happened a few weeks ago in France. In that country the great bulk of the railways is held by six private companies which, however, in return for great concessions from the State, are accustomed to accept a suggestion from the Minister of Public Works as a command. The lines, actually State property, are those from Bordeaux and La Rochelle to Nantes, Saumnur, Chartres and Paris. Now there was a Congress of railway servants to be held, and a proposal was made that 150 men out of a total of 300,000 should be given leave of absence from their duties to enable them to attend this Congress. The Minister of Public Works said he would ask the companies to give the required permission, but he would not allow the employes of State railways .to a...
HINTS ON CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 September 1894
HINTS ON CRICKET. The following notes on the game have been kindly contributed by a local gentle man, who is an enthusiast in the noble pastime, which may be of use, not only to new players, but in helping older hands to improvement in the art, and may be to umpires also; and to this end are offered suggestions in relation to batting,.bowling umpiring, and the laws of the game. BATTING. Always wear pads, otherwise your cric ket will be slovenly and your nerve be spoiled. Choose a light bat; your play is then more " wristy." Stand firmly on the right leg ; seldom move it except to run out to a slow or to make a late cut. Keep left leg loose and able to move back or forward. Hold the bat firmly at the moment of playing, especially with the right hand, and in playing forward let the left slip round behind the handle, and keep the left shoulder well forward, Play with a straight upright bat at any straight ball, and stand well up to the line of the wicket. Don't flourish the bat when be...
ANGLESEY ELECTION. MR. M'KENZIE AT MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 September 1894
ANCGLESEY ELECTION. MR. .M'KENZIE AT MAlIYSVILLE. [Fpaq 9PUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. A -yell attended meeting of electors was held at Walker's Hotel, Marys ville, on Mionday evening last. to hear, the views of Mr. M'Kenzie on the poli Lical situation. Mr. J. Eason, J.P., was voted to the chair on the motion pf Messrs. Nichols and Scott. The Chairman in iqtroducing.,; the candidate said. this was the first time he had the pleasure of meeting Mr. M'Kenzie. He trusted the gentlemen present would give him as fair a hear ing. as they had given his opponent, Mr. Hunt. Mr. M'Kenzie said that when he had been retqrned as their representative some two and a half years ago, the country was in a very bad state. They had been going too fast, and now they were suffering a reaction. The Shiels Gfovernment had pledged themselves to extricate the country from it sunfavor able position. Their policy had been very vaccilating, and to show how their .policy was carried out they ivould give their Whip a pie...
FOOTBALL. THE IRVINE TROPHY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 September 1894
FOOTIALL. DI THE IRVINE TROIY COMPETITION. A meeting of do gates appointed in 1 connection with th ablive competition of was held at Mr, V Farrell's Burgoyne He Hotel, Yarra Gle. on 'Monday even- ber ing last, to conside the matter in dis- the pute between the ,ilydale and Yarra dat Glen clubs in contection with the com- t petition. There w re present--Messrs. ha: J. Spear and W. Cl ments, (Yarra Glen), J. Rodgers and XV Morto.n, the latter Sh as proxy for T. H. Keddle (Lilydale), me W. M'Sweeneyand T. Cletents(Heales ville), and W. Russell (Coranderrk). th Qn the motioni of Mr. J. Spear, se- an conded by Mr. J. Rodgers, Mr. T. Cle- H ments was voted to the chair. ge Mr. W. ~'Sweeney was appointed gr acting secretary, on the notion of Mr. Clements, seconded by Mrf . Morton. tl A letter was read from the Yarra ti Glen Club claiming the match against ct Coranderrk under rule 6, of the Trophy W Conditions; also from Lilydale protest- P ing agains` the match being awarded to Yarra Glen ...
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 September 1894
Places of Note. Fernshaw, Black Spur, Stevenson Falls, Mlathinna Falls, Condon Falls, lMalleson's Looolkout, Mount Juliet, Mount Riddell, Mount Mo6nda, Mount St. Lenoard, Coran derrk aebosiginal station, and Don River Road.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 September 1894
CLEARING SALE Still Proceedingd! Jummeiec Reductions in Prices 411A Iond ! N. 4hriotenoen, GENERAL or STOREKEEPER. IIEAL ESVILLE. First-Class Stock oR Crockery, Grocery, 4AND STATIOIFrY. Come and See, and Judge for Yourself. HEAL ESVILLE WAREEIOUTS, NIrcnoLsON STREET, EEALESVILLE (ext Post Qffice). STATIO TER,, Zaboerdasher and Tobaccopist, R ESPECTFULLY intimates that he has J always in stock every requisit neces sary to be found in a well-conducted busi ness of this kind. Fancy Goods, Tobacco & Ciga?s, Soaps & Perfiumory, School Equisites, Stationery, all kinds, Fishing Tackle, &c. English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Delivered O pr Posted to any Address. l. AGENT FOR POULTON & OWEN'S HIOI4EsPATIIIC MEDICINES. Every Description of PATENT MEDICINES Kept in S.tppk Also, Biogg Bros' Perfumes. Try their Wattlp Blossom, Baronia, and Essence of Bouquet. Local agent for Madame Dernaret's Paper Patterns. A large stock of the latest always on hand, a...