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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 September 1894
An Astonath.ng Modern Invention. The Watch for the People-a Marvel of Cheapness ,Strength, Accuracy, and Elegance secured at Small Cost. - The "Timekeeperof 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 conmmunity, that the Waterbury Watch Company has decided to extend its already large business thrrighout these colonies. The testimony in favour of the Waterbury Watch, is simply Overwhelming\ and Unpreoedented in the annals of the trade. Thousands of Waterbury Watches have been sold in Australasma, and from every quarter come, unasked for, tributes to their excellenoe. 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 Guaranteed to keep Correct...
THE LADDIE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 September 1894
THE LADDIE. By W.ItaTAur , ('Cotinued.) About 12 o'clock Mlr, Reynolds came on board, Hfe seemed greatly agitated and was shut up in Jimn's cabin for some time, I was aft smoking, but when I went below again Jim was sitting in the saloon looking worried and annoyed. I guessed at once that Mlr. Reynolds had found out about the lad, but was not prepared for what I was now to hear. Jim looked up as I came in. "' Here is a nice business," he said. " That young cub, your dear lad, has ard the audacity to go to Mr. Reynolds with some wild rigrmarole about loving Lily." " What ?" "Yes, d . his impudence, he must be mad, At least I prefer to think him mad, for if he is sane his conduct is all the worse, It appears he has dared to speak to Lily herself.". "And she ?" " The message she sent by her, father is sufficient answer to thlat query. *'Tell n ?r. Conrie all this makes no difference, and I hope he will not be distressed at whathas happened."' " I don't know what possessed the lad. I am...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 21 September 1894
ruepLIsHE vaRIDAY 31oIuim qs. FRID Y, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. Local & General News. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Shire Council will be held on Monday next. The football matcih, Lilydale v. Coran derrk, which was played on 94turday last, on the ground of the latter, re sqlte in an easy win for Lilydale, viz., 7 goals 9 behinds to 1 behind. J. Morton kicked 6 of the goals, ,while Scott secured the other one. The ground was in a frightfully bad condi tion in cpnsequence of the'recent rains, and there was no very brilliant play; although Coranderrk made several plucky -allies against their :much su perior ppponents. A large contingent came from Yarra Glen to " barrack"? for Coranderrk. Aprotest.hasbeen entered by Yarra Gien against Lilydale for playr ing a man in this match whose name was not sept in with the list of players. Jqoh Sylyester M'Cormpck,.who was committed fr trial by the local bench, on the charge of having assaulted Mary Gritlin, a woman of 63 years, with inten...
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
MARYSVILLE. [FRoM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. There was a well-attended ,me?tting held here on Saturday night for the purpose of re-forming the -cricket club for the season 1894-5. Mr. J. M. Kep pel was voted to the chair, and in a suitable manner returned thanks. The hon. secretary, Mr. M. D. Keppel, then went through the balance-sheet and found that the club had the balance of 3s. in hand. The accounts and minutes were passed on the motion of Mr. Jas. O'Reilly and seconded by Mr. D'Arcy. The following office-bearers were then appointed :-Mr. John Hodson, trea surer; Mr. Wm. Barton, captain for a month; Mr. J. Hodson, vice-captain for a month; Mr. W. P. D'A rcy, heon. secretary. Mr. D'Arcy moved a hearty vote of thanks to the retiring secretary, "M]r. M. D. Keppel, for the able manner he had carried on the business of the club. Seconded by Mr. W. Barton, and carried withacclamation. Proposed by Mr. J. O'Reilly, seconded by Mr. F. Levine, that M?essrs. W. :Barton, A. D'Arcy be appointed...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
LAXWT TEINNIS. The' handicap mixed. fous t6ournament, previously announced ia these columns, will be commenced on Monday next, 1st October, and should' be - finished by 'the 31st. Any further entries should be made at once.:. A handsome trophy,?vir-.,-a hand-painiting on wood, has been Idndly onated by Mrs. Baird for competition in(a ladies' singles handicap touranament. Tie conditions and rules will be posted shortyl . An allotment of 2fia., parish of Beenak, forfeited holling of Henry Learmonth, is availablefor application under sections 32, 42,49, Land Acts 1890 & 1891. Applicatiins to be lodged with the Land Officer, Melbourne, on I or before Friday, 5th Otober, 1894. The application of Jihn G. Saxton for lease of 172a., paris.?of Beenak, has been approved.
HINTS ON CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
HINTS ON CRICKET, The following is a continuation of the article which was commenced in last issue : BOWLING. The first two things a bowler should study are-(A) To bowl straight; (a) To bowl a good length. He should then try (A) To vary his pace and pitch without letting the batsman see he is doing so.; (n) To make the ball "break," or twist. He shouldn't try to bowl fast till he can bowl straight and well-pitched balls. A full toss to leg or long hop on the off mean simply giving any batsman runs, and a man who can't help. giving such balls is simply not a bowler. A bowler should try to use his wrist as much as possible, and so give spin and twist to the ball. UMIPIRINo. In giving guard, the umpire should stand where the bowler's hand is when he delivers the ball, and this of course varies with a right or left-hander, over or under arm, and over or round the wicket. While the ball is being bowled the urn pire should stand so that he can see in a straight line over the near wicket t...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
CRICKET. The cricket season in Healesville was opened on Saturday last, when a match, Cricket Club v. Fifteen of the Football Club was played. Mr. E. Cullen cap tained the footballers, while the ap pointed captain of the Cricket Club (Dr. Baird) had command of the recognised wielders of .the willow. The game proved a very interesting one, and al though time did not allow of it being played out, it may be said to have re sulted in favor of the footballers. The dispdsal of the doctor by the first ball he received was rather an agreeable sur prise for his opponents, and this virtu ally decided the fate of the "cricketers." The scores are as follow : FOOTBALLERS, W. Newman, b Holland ... ... 1 H. Christie, b Balzary ...... 8 A. Harvie, c Thorson ... ... 17 C. Christie, c George ... ... 0 E. Fletcher, c Wilson ... ... 2 G. Hook, b Balzary ... ... 10 - Thorson, b Holland ... ... 0 -E. Cullen, b Holland ... ... 11 C. M'Sweeney, bBalzary... ... 2 J. Chandler b Allan ... ... 8 W. Donnelly, b...
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
Places of Note: Fernshaw, Black Spur, Stevenson Falls, Mathinna Falls, Condon Falls, Malleson's Look-out, Mount Juliet, Mount Riddell, Mount Monda, MIount St. Lenoard, Coran derrk aboriginal station, and Don River Road?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
CLEARING SALE Still Proceeding ! Immense Reductions in Prices All Round ! ý. Ihritenenen, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, lIEALESVILLE. First-Class , ,Stock OF Crockery, Grocery,, AND STATIONERY. Come and See, and Judge for Yourself. HEALES.YILLE (Next Post Office). 5 1·catthecw, STATIONER, haberdasher and Tobacc.onist, R ESPE.CTFULLY intimates that he has salways in stock every requisit neces sary to be found in a well-conducted busi ness of this kind. Fancy Goods, Tobacco & Cigars, Soaps & oerfumozy, School Requisites, Statioaery, all kinds, Fishing Tackle, &c, English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Delivered gI Or Posted to any Address. j. AGENT FOR POULTON & OWEN'S IIOIIEPATHIC MlEDICINES. Every Description of PATENT MEDICINES Kept in Stook. Also, Blogg Bros' Perfumes. Try their Wattle Blossom, Baronia, and Essence of Bouquet. Local agent for Madame Demaret's Paper Patterns. A large stock of the latest always on hand, at Melbourne prices. House, Land. ...
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
Healesville. A pretty municipal township, with post and telegraph and money-order office, and savings bank- situated at the junction of the Graceburn and Maroondah rivers, 39 Smile east of Melbourne. Rail direct with Melbourne, Healesville being theterminus. It has three large first-class,' hotels and a large temperance hotel ; Gracedale House, a handsome summer resort, is situated near the foot of Mount Juliet, about three.miles' from the'railway station. There are a fine state school, four churches, branch bf the Colonial Bank, court house, police.station, mechanics' institute and .free 'library, a newspaper (THE HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN), a number 'of stores and other places of business. Extensive recreation r6ounds, cleared, improved, and fenced ;'also beau tiful lawn tennis court and bowling green. Trout and:blackfish may be caught in the river near Healesville, and good shooting a fewar miles out. The district is Pirinci - pally grazing'; there are several orchards and hop gardens...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
THOS. BOONE,. NEST COLONtAL BANKi. Nicholson Street, Hlealesville. JOB PRINTING . AT THE SGUARDIAN OFFICE. , THE HEALESVILLE HOTEL. J. CULLEN, PROPRIETOR. TrlHE Proprietor respectfully intimates that; Visitors and.Tourists ,willJfind really ;_L . ". ogod d ~ omfortable accoiiimodation at. his old-estabhlsed h'ostlry.. -~_ SAles, Wines, and Spirits of the. est Brands. ----- - Good Stabling under: the supervision of E. Cullen.. Charges moderate. ADVANCE HEALESVILLE A Weekly Newspaper : Printed and Published at the Office, NICHOLSON STREET, HEALESVILLE. TH UA ZGUA~DAN Is the . 01T•NLY TE-WSPAPR Printed In the Shire of Healesville Support and Encourage YOUR OWN -NEWSPAPER For it is its bounden duty 'to Support and Advocate Your Rights and Interests. C-. IS CIRCULATED IN i -Healesville, Yarra Glen, Lilydale,. Warburton, Marysville, Buxton; Upper. Yarra, Launching Place, Elthani, And all. the" SURROUNDING PARISHES. THE GUARDIAN is published every Friday Morning. : SYSSCRIT;TION: 12s. Per ...
Law [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
Law Bailiwick-Central. Police Magistrate - Mr. Jelin J. O'Meara. Sits every third Thursday in the inonth. Justices of the Peace-E. H. Cameron, M.LoA., D. Crichton, J. Eson, Jno. Green, E. Kidney, J. C. Steel, and 'E. J. Hall (president of the shire). Sessions-Thursday, at 10 a:m. -Clerk of Courts-Daniel Berriman.
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
Ilealesville Shire. Constituted a shire, 30th September, 1887. Area-200 square miles. Popula tion, 1225; ratepayers on roll, 292. An mual value, £12,002 ; rate, ls. in £. Re 'venue, £2,900. President-Edmund J. Hall. Councillors. Edmund J. Hall ... Retires, Aug., 1895 Thos. Clements ... ,, , 1895 John Green ... ... ,, ,, 1895 John Holland... ... ,, . 1896 John 3L Keppel .. ,, ,, 1896 Edward Nichols ... ,. ,, 1896 Stewart Sloss ... ,, ,, 1897 Thos. Barton ... ... ,, ,, .1897 John MJ'Gretton ... ,, , , 1897 The Counccil meets at Daly's Hallon the last Monday in the month. Oflicers. Seeretriry, collector, .valer aind inspector of nIuisances-ChIas. II. Alexander, Engineer-Alex. Ilodgers, C.E. Health otiieer-J. c. Baird, M.B.B.S. Treagurer-Jno Coa n il-h. Dog registrars-Joseyl tall, Heales ville; Henry Robinson, Maysville.