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Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
Icalesville Post and Telegraph Office. Post office 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 6.45 am and 10.15 am daily. Intermediate 7.15 pm j Marysville and ... .. 9.30 am daily Narbethong J . Arrive from lMelbonrne, &c... 9.40 am 2.40 pm 7.30 pm daily. . Marysvillo e and ... 7pm daily Narbetheng - MISS FYFE, s. Postmistress.
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
Marysville. A pieturesque postal township on the Stevenson River, 62 miles east of Mel bqune. Rail direct to Healesville, thence daily coach, the road passing over the far famed Black Spur. The sceneryat Marys ville is extremely pretty ; the Stevenson Falls are two miles distant, and "Tommy's Bend" and Cumberland Creek are near. It has two good hotels, state school, police station, and two 'stores. The district is ourelygrazing._?Itis connected?with-?NIat .bethong and Healesville by telephone. Bl. Keppel, postmaster. Population, 80. .1 -
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
Buxton. A postal township on the Achieron River, 66 miles east of Melbourne. It has a large hotel, store,- and state school. The district is pastoral and' agricultural, with several good farina A cross=country postal. ser vice is maintained with Ma iysville and Alexandra: by way:of ?Buxton ; tri weekly: J. Sherjyillpostmaster., Population;, 50i'.?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
10Q. Ieward. L OST From Fernshaw, BAY MARE, branded - over C near shoulder, wart on top of off ear. The above reward will be paid to anyone returning same, or giving information leading to recovery, by C. H. COOK, Yarra Glen. Tenders 'WILL be received by the undersigned S till the.30th inst. for the Erection at per chain of POST and TWO RAIL FENCE, and boring of two holes for wires, on allotment 90, Coranderrk selection. Specifications at my residence, Railway Reserve, Healesville. . . B. PHILLIPS. September 19, 1894. 1Notice. O ~ .Person Allowed to SHOOT or. N HUNT on the Yarra Grange Estate without permission. Trespassers will.be 'Prosecuted. JOHN DENNIS. SJuly 24th, 1894. : THE SECOND ENTERTAINMENT IN aid of the funds of the Healesville FireBrigade and Football and Bowl ing Clubs has been Postponed to a Later Date, Of which, notice will be given. SCHAS. I. ALEXANDER, Hon. Sec. NICHOLS BROS., f FAMILY BUTCHERS, Green Street, Healesville. AiAVING taken the businesslatelycon Sducted...
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
lealcesville Water Trulst. Constitntel 10th January, 1890. Com prising portion of Healesville Shire. For supplying Healesville township and part of. -'the parish of Gracedale. Population supplied, 700. Commissioners-All the members of the Shire Council. E. J. Hall, Chairman. E. H. Cameron, M.L.A., Government nomni nee. Secrcrtar .nd collector--Chas. H. Alex ander. Treasurer-Jno. Cornish. The water rate is Is. in the £, based on the municipal valuation of property rated. If by measure, 9d. per 1000 gals.
I am Tired! [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
I am Tired 4 Sufferers from indigestion and liver complaint are subject to a continued feeling of drowsiness, headache, tired aching limbs, and a general inclination to langour. These symptoms are due primarily to a deficientsecretion of bile, the natural cathartic of the liver, which, when secreted in insufficient quantities, permits the coarse and fibrous particles of the food and other waste and poison ous matter from all parts of the system to become impacted in the duodenum and lower intestines, creating a very dangerous condition which requires in stant and proper treatment. An ex perience of five years with Clements Tonic has proved this remedy a speific for such complaints, and its universal success has resulted in thousands of imi tations being forced on the market; not because they possess any therapeutic value, for they are purely speculative ventures. Sufferers who desire to get relief must insist on having Clements Tonic. It acts scientifically, has proved its efficacy ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
Tke WONP?ERFUL WATERBURY. An Astonishing Modern Invention. The'Watch for the People-a Marvel of Cheapness Strcmeth, Accuracy, and Elegance secured at Small Cost. The "Timelkeeper of the Day" defies Competition. The sale of the celebrated Waterbury SWatches iii Australasia has been of such. a pheiiomenal character, and they have made such. a palpable hit among all classes of the collenmmity, 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 WVatei.bury Watches have been sold in Australasia, and from every quarter come, unasked for, tributes to their excellence. Theextraordinary 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...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
Courts of Petty Sessions. IT is hereby notiled for public inform.-[ Lion that Courts of Petty Sessions will be held during the year 1894 at the unden mentioned places, on the dates and at the hours respectively set out below : Namune of Court. Hour. April. May. June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. 1vov. ec. Fernlree Gully ... 10 an., 28 26 23 21 18 15 13 10 8 Heidelberg., ... 10 , 2, 16, 14, 280 11, 25° 9, 230 6, 200 3, 170 1,150,29 120,26 100 30° Yarra Glen ... ... 9.30 1; 4t 2t 27f 25t 22f 19f 17f 14t 12' Healesville.. ...30 p.m. 3, 31 28 26 23 20 18 15 13 Lilydale ... 9.30 t,m,6, 13, 4, 11,1, 8, 15,6 ,13. 20, 3, 10, 17, 7,14, 21, 5,12, 190, 2,16, 230, 7,14,210, 20, 27 18, 25 22,.29° 270 24°, 31 28 26 30 28 Queenstown ..1 ,, 9 7 4 2 13 10 8 5 3 Elthanm ...; 11 ,, 24 29 26 24 28 25 30 27 18 Anderson's Creek 11 ,, 23 21 18 16 27 '24 22 19 17 o Licensing and Warden's Courts. i Licenising Courts. The Clerk of Courts will attend to issue summonses and other processes as under: -Healesville, on T...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. MSONDAY, SEPT?tBER 24, 1894. There was a full attendance of menl bars,4 President Hall occupying the chair,' The inuites of the last ordinary and special meetings were read and con firmed on the motion of Ors. Sloss and Holland. CORRESPO?tDENBE. From Shire of Rodney asking co operation in obtaining an alteration in the Local Government Act to enable shires, &c., to make their valuations on, the unimproved values of land instead of, as at present, on the nett annual value. The following arguments are put forth in support of their request for co-operation : The shire rate, as at present levied, is a direct tax upon industy. In some shiresa in the Goulburn Valley, orchard land is. valued at £80 per acre, and is required to pay £4 per acre per annum shire rates, whilst the adjoining area, being unim proved, is valued at say x5, tnd contri butes 5s. per acre. Tihe whole of the dif-. ference between these amounts, represent ing the industrial efforts...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
Local & General News. At the meeting of the local shire council held on Monday last, it was de cided to purchase from Mr. D. Sheehan, for the sum of £300, a block of land in Nicholson Street, on which is erected a small hall, now in the occupation of Mr. L. C. Dawe, and also a detached cottage. It is proposed to makesomeslightaltera tions, rendering the hall suitable for. a council chamber, and to .convert the front?rooms of the cottage into offices. By the transaction the council anticipate that even after paying interest - they will effect a saving on the amount of rent they pay at present. They are al -lowed a`term-of six years to pay lff thl principal, bearing interest at the, rate of 6 per cent. per annum. There were numerous offers of sites. One was a very liberal one from Mr. J. Banks of half an acre adjoining the Grand Hotel, at the nominal sum of is., on condition that the council commenced to build within six months. The offer was re jected in favor of the one ment...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
* 1 (wt irbia t. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDA Y, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. -WHATEVER may have been said to the contrary, there can be no doubt about it that the pivot upon:-which the late elections turned was " Prohibition versus Moderate Protection." It was .nonsense :to contend that the contest was between Ministers and the Oppo sition. Some of. the opposing candi dates may have so understood it, and they and their supporters tried to make the country believe it. But the coun try knew b1etter.` Both prohibitionists and the advocates for. a reduced tariff lknew the time had arrived when the issue must be fought out, and whether we like it or not we are bound to accept the result as the ,mandate of the coun try. It may be that in electorates where votes have been split, amongst a number of candidates the man returned does not represent'the real opinions of the. majority, but if such a thing has occurred' it is the fault of the system. We have not yet learned to organise. In single ele...
THE LADDIE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
THE LADDIE. By \VA RATATI. (Coiantued.) The Laddie, the bright, cheery, hatxd 'a. me'Laddie' who had been dear to tme u, any own son, condemned to death. •- murderer ! Oh, impossible! impos sil?le! And yet what hope had I for lhim since the day of his arrest 1 Every t iug was against hin. When found he'was at his lodgings, and was evi dlently preparing for a journey. The iight porter, who liked the lad, and who : arcely could be brought to say a con ',lamning word, had to admit that Mr.. Newton arrived homie in the early hours ,of the morning, haggard, weary, and p dole, and seemed very agitated. Then ,he quarrel with Jian, the passionate %:ords he had used, were all brought up ;aiainst him by some of the crew. But to crown all, James Conrie had been .aobbed with a weapon - of peculiar ~lhape. A dagger, a curious and valul ;able dagger bearing the Laddie's initials au the beautifully wraught hilt, was found near the body ; many people k new tthat the lad possessed such a wea-. p eu....
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of the writer (not necessarily for publication), will be freely inserted in this column, on the understanding theat we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents. We also hold the right of making any elimination we may see fit, especially when a nome-de plume is affixed. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 28 September 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of the triter (not necessarily for publioation), will be freely inserted in this column, on the understanding that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents. We also hold the right of making any elimination we may see fit, especially when a nome-de plume is affixed. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) SIR,-As a rumor was circulated that Mr. Green had said during the recent shire council election that if I was returned as a councillor he would resign, I asked that gentleman at the council table at the last meeting if he had made such a statement; but the President would not let him answer rue. However, Mr. Green came and spoke to me after the meeting was over, and in the presence of Cr. M'Gretton told me that he had never said any such thing. Now, in justice to Mr. Green I wish you to insert this in your next issue, as a number of ratepayers h...
MELBOURNE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894
E?LBOURNE NOTES '[FROM OUR. OWN CORRESPONDENT]. It would be a mistake to suppose that the-result'of the second trial of the case Speight v. Syme has given satisfaction to everybody. There are three distinct classes of people who are dissatisfied with the result. First are Mr. Speight's personal friends, and those to whom he has shown favor in times past-including the bulk of railway employds-who do not approve of the verdict. Next, there are the people who, not caring two straws about Mr. Speight, have a " bone to pick" with the Age, or withMr.Syme, or with both, who would have been pleased to see the great newspaper "let in" for swinging damages. And thirdly, there are the wiseacres who, not having read the evidence or the su.ming up in either of the tri.Its themselves, have formed their- opinions from scraps of conversation heard at public house bars amongst people just st ignorant of tlh real merits of the case as they were. These classes taken collektively - are, however, in a v...
THE CODLIN MOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894
THE CODI4N MOTH. The following letter, the.ipformat4pn in which may prose of va)ue to qur many fruit growers, appeared in, a recent issue, of the Age:--".I notieqd a telegram from New South 'Wales- that a deputation of fruit growers,waite4?on the Minister of Agriculturq. for,; the purpose of inducing him to introdqce a bill without delay for the eradication of the codlin, moth, &c., &c. As Victoria is suffering-from the, same pest, perhaps my experience i?l induce others to try. For about o. years I could not get a, single soundlpear or apple, although for several yee~p I tried different remedies until last year, I got fully 60 per cent. of beaqtiful and healthy fruit. About-18 months ago, on a country trip, I came. across a young.and very accomplished:American, who had visited every part of the world, and whom I tyvitted with California in troducing that pest into America, when be informed me that they are compelled by law to keep' their orchards clean,'and have suc...