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THE RACE OF BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 December 1899
THE RACE OF DOOTM I dreairf Last night I saw a race, Of all the boot in the place. Thyv came uip to the startinggate, As if fighting u or a mnghty stake ; And when the crowd with one accord, cried out "cThey're off," I, with laated breath, gazed on, And heard thie people shout, " Hurrah !" i'4aw in thmy ision t;1e beak disappear As the enddof the toiltsme journey drew An i the best they ran 'iith: ganamenesi and plick, As'they left all the clidhp stuff alone in the ruck ;: But just as I tlioight it would be'a good race, Harley's boots' camb 6ibt and rsdtimed pride of place; . And thlie bookmakers looked sick... Andi the crowd they gathdred rotidi the. juTge, Anid asked who won the race : The judge took off his hiat and said', la3ile's Boots !' Sittink up, re pairs neatly done at the Bbotf Hospi tal, oppowite Grand' Hotdl.
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 December 1899
An account is to hand Iy the last English uail of a marvellous ride on a id motor tricycle' by a French rider q named Beconnais, who succeeded in a riding 42 miles 337 yards in the hour. Ih This wonderful performance was ac- s cornplished at the Princes Track, o Pairis, on a 3-- horse-power motor of ii the Aster type, fitted with Dunlop I, tyres, and was officially timed. Becon nais also rode a lap on the same track, c 600 yards in circumference, in the fast f time of 32 3 5th sees., equal to about 1 50 miles an hour. " To preserve the enamel of a bicycle i it is a good plan to rub it. over occa sionally with a soft rag dipped in any good furniture polish. This operation will not only renew the erstwhile ldstre of the enamel, but will cover up any slight scratches that may have dis figured it. The Dunlop Tyre Co. wish to draw the attention of the trade and cyclists generally to the.fact that they are no longer guaranteeing English made Dunlop tyres (or any other Dunlop tyres made ou...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 December 1899
I:.NiOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. .. -PTaucs of interest to visit iii the dis trict,-and how far situated: Place' Distance. Miles. Marysville .3 Tdrl etliii .. . 14 Frishiaw .. . i llinson' Look-out " .'? Ml lilnson's Gully 10 Cobdon's Guily ... ... 4 IAl;ycers Crek and Falls... 5 Mathinna .lalls ... ... 7 Budgeir River ... ... 4 BlackLs Sptr & Ettra's Glen 10 Cnri ulert'k Black-s Station 3 1, . 1 iddeli ... ... 2 S n t: ; I.ur (r e k... ... . \V:,.?u W. ir .. . ... X,. Jujt.it (oj.) ... ... 10
ORDINARY MEETING. INWARD CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 December 1899
ORDINARY MEETING. t INWARD CORRESPONDENCE. From Public Health Department, i intimating the approval of the Board n is not necessary re the firehell tower, as saine is not a public building.-Re- n &eived. v From Same, directing attention of " the council to the wide prevalence of 1i tuberculosis, and forwarding circulars P and pamphlet containing information thereon.-Received. From Department of Mines and Water Supply, stating that it had been ascertained that therd'was~fothing to justify the work of construction of Tracks 373 (from a point midway be tween the Yarra Track and the Yarra to a point on the Matlock-Tanjil track) c and 390 (from the Victorian Mount t Morgan to the head of the Acheron River), as applied for by the council, c but that the advisability of cutting a track connecting the Victorian Mt. Morgan mine with Walsh's Creek is at present being conisidered.-Received. From Dept. of Public Works, inti- G mating that the Inspector-Genera! tl would visit Healesville...
LIQUOR SELLING WITHOUT A LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 December 1899
LIQUOR SELILING WITHOUT A LICENSE. At the Woods Point Court of Petty I Sessions last week, Inspector O'Connell, inspector of liquor, proceeded against Terena Fehring, Yarra Track, for sell ing liquor without a license on 18th October. The defendant pleaded not guilty, 1 and said she had given the drink with a good heart. , Thomas O'Connell, the prosecutor, produced a gazetted notice of his ap pointment. William Hotton,, revenue officer, said that on the 18th. October he called at defendant's house, situated on .the Yarra Track. EHe. was accomnpapied by Edward Walter Hyman. They arrived at the place a little before 1 p.m., and conversed with Miss Febring for some ti.me outside her house. Wit ness said to; Hyman, ' Well, we'll have a drink.' Defendant said, ' I have no whisky. I have some beer.' She went inside and brought out a bottle of beer. Witness produced half-a crown, and she took up the money and placed it in her pocket. After drink ing the liquor, which was of an intoxi catin...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 December 1899
' TLE WTiixor YEAT :s AtLL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Austrclia, and their produce (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus ti-d'or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, greal kingfisber or. laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. ;-'1. .as, podargus or mopokes, -- .i.-, srs", southern stonc plover or curlew, twallows, warblers, white swa?sll wrens. Ju?E 14 To DECEMBEIR 20 ¶ Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinde. . AU;usT 1 To F~ERUARsY 28 : L';ronze)-winged or other wild pigeons. quail. AcusT 1 to DFCEMnBEi 20. All birdsknow o as cranes, such as herous, egrets, &c.; all honey-eaters except wattle `birds and leither-heads; all kingfishers ,ther than, the laughing jackass; all mem bers of the 'grauculus family ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-hbird, cuckoos, gang gang cickatoos, land-rail, all i-ther members of the rail family, porphyric, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 December 1899
Healesville :. akery Cash Grocery. M. WADE B EGS to inform the residents of Healesville and lSurrounding dis trict that having PURCHASED THE ABOVE BUSINESS From F. Rudduck, they solicit a con tinuance of the custom hitherto ac corded the Store and Bakery, " They can promise that' All Orders shall hlas tlihrnBtest' Attention. Nothing but the BEST of GOODS Kept. FAMILIES WAITED ON .FOR ORDERS. HIGHEST P1ti#CS GIVEN FOR ALL KINDS 'OF FARM PRODUCE. Catering for Balls and Parties. A Trial Solicited. M. WADE, 'GENERAL GROCER AND BAKERI, Nicholson .Street, HEALESVILLE. TilE 13PEAT M1E his rEl EiEM The Only Ger-iin . . HERBAL R fIEDY For all Diseasea3 of the Blood. VIT?.nArT VIc ?CERIS OVER, YLLOW JA'i;iDOCE ANi_ IERVOUS IiEBLITY. St. Arnaudl, 3')h August, 183)9. Mr. S. A. P:lmner, Australasian Aent for '" W.bber's Vitadatio." Dear Sir .Wi.h fee ings of gratitude and p'e:asur. I desre to give ?uy te tinio?y to tlie: won derful power of "WE3UBER'S VITA. DATIO" as a curative a:ent. ..1 wa ter...
CRICKET. HEALESVILLE V. CORANDERRK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 December 1899
CRICKET. HEALESVILLE V. CORANDERRK. Teams representing the above clubs met on the recreation ground on Satur- day afternoon last, and the match re- sulted in a draw. The station eleven was a fairly strong combination, but the local club had a dificulty in getting a team together. The visitors were the first to bat, and made the respect able total of 92, the double-figure scorers being Davis 18, Marks 14, Pepper 14, E. McLellan 12, and Blair 10. When time was called, Heales- ville had scored 77 for the loss of five wickets, Gibbs hitting hard and often for 34, whilst Atkinson's 14 not out was the result of steady and defensive cricket. The game was a valuable one for players, in view of forthcoming fix- tures, and it would not be a bad idea were such matches arranged at fre- quent intervals so as to afford some practice to cricketers. The following are the scores:- CORANDERRK. McDougall, b Adams ... ... 6 Rowan, run out ... ... ... 5 Marks, c Baird, b McCallum ... 14 Harrison, b Adam...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
Couits of 'etty Sessits. Conrts will be held during the year 1899 at the undermentioned places, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz - . , Name of Court. Hour. Nov . T ec. LHeidelberg 10 13, 27+ 11 Yari^GlIen 9.. 0 o - : 22 i13 .Healesvillo- . 2.30 230o 140 Lilydle ... . 30 3 10,o 1. 8 15, 17, 2 24 2,2 Anderson's Creek 11- 20°0 180;. Eitliaum ... A:. 11 S10 '12* Queenstown . 11 a 4 Ferniree Galily .. 9 I 280 19. " Police Magistrate's V sits. SLicensing aid WXarden's Courts. The Clerk of Courts will attend to issue summonses and' other processes as' under: AtiYarra Glen': On Wed nesday preceiding each Court day.: At, Healesville;:" On Thursday preceding each Court day. At Lilydale: Every Friday. D. BERR IMAN, Clerk of Courts.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
SBusiness mne'i should, consider before sexiding away for printing to firins who have only their hwn.,elfare at heart and don't ca're huow' your 6own locality iro gresses, whilst the local printer has always tuL study the- welfare of his own locality, by wat!ching and recording any movement. that tends to the advancement of the dis-, trict as a whole. We don't blame the for-eign printer at all, but the townsman, whose one aim should be to support local industry whenever practicable, and in the matter of hi: printin, we can prove he has no " get·away" at all. If he has his dubhts let hitm give us a trial, and a con tiniance of his orders to us is assured.
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
CYCLING NOTES. :Misfortune has at. lst struck thle White Brothers and Donald M'Kay. in cr-nnectior.. 'with their cycling ride round Austialia. Frank White, ',the leader of the party, wirestheDunlop Co. from Pine Creek,' Northern Territory, h6atV We-:has bad ai accident to his cycle, and same. being irreparable in that part of the country he has been compelled .to abandon his ride and' let. his biother, Alex. and M'Kay, continue with their undertaking tq ridd around ip.:M lbourne. -Frank.. White has by this timg reached Port D'arwin; and left.there by.the s.s. " Chang.shla ' fqr Melbourne, .and it. is regrettable that. such ,a plucky rider should bi forced. to, give up, his ride through no fault of his own. But when taking on such a ride.,as, touring round the Australian continent, such accidents are to he expected, and. :. is .more a matter of good luck if they do not occur. Alex.AWlhite and M'Kay tire now drue at Hall's Creek,:their.last wire biing frori Nowry; a distance of, about...
"WALLOPING THE FIEND." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
" WALLOPING THE FIEND." The most. consi.stent. and energetic teetotal advocate on record was a big hairy "Geordie " nited Spence, who dominated a Vic. nmiing township. " Geordie," strange to say, had not got religion with it; he was a hardhitting blasnplenous heathen in other respects, hut as sober -as a stone fence, and so eloquent in 'walloping the Fiend that the local Band of Hope platform was alw?nys ivitiltlhle to'hiin, despite the. fact that had words .often flamed out in the heat of, argument.. Spence dlid not merely curise drink in thle perfunlctory Imanner of the.average cold tea advocate. He went tothlie root. of t!lhe infaimiy, .. and ,.conducdted red-hot crusades against hiacon.-ad a junk,- de claring, -with , spume' and fury, that bacon was responsibl for the ruin of nmaly al happy honie? a-d, corn'd. lieef drove men of-excellent natural qualities to-kick their, wives and drive their chihlre'n to wanit.and infamy. 'Geodie" endeavoured to induce all the' temper nce,: i b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
SHIR.E OF HEALEVILLEL STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE For the year ended 30th day of September, 1899. : RECEIPTS. . . . EXPENDITURE. To Cash in hand, 1/10/98: ... ... £12 18 1 By Bank Overdraft and O.S. Cheques, 30/9/98 £_365 11 2 ,, General Rates, (crrent .? . 471 15 6 ,, Contracts-: ,Public-Works ... £1352 1 8 SGeneral Rates, airears .... 73 5 3 -Lainplighting ... ... 31 1 2 .. 0 Pan cleansing ... ... 34 9 0 ,, Pan Rates, current - ... 34 9 6 . Sundry Works and Material '... 162 19 10 . . ;,, Pan Rates, arrears ..3. '6 . 0 Di'Labor ... ... 25'" - 47 10 0 . - 183413 2 ,, Goernient of Victoria- . ,, Property Account, Instalment and Tnterest... 56 . 0 0 Endowment balance of 1898 ... 172 7 10 ,, Loan Account, Treasurer of Victoria ... 19 12 0 Endclowvlient, 1899 ... 347 19' 8 ,, Contractors' Deposits refunded ... 35 13 9 . : iquivalent for Licnces ... 80 0 0 ,, Recreation Reserve, Improvements, etc. ... 7 19 6 SBa :lanceofGrant,TreasuryBonfds 3 0 0 ,, Vermin Destruction Rewards ...
THE DUST FIEND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
TEH1 DUST FIEND. TO THE EDITOR PF THE GUARDIAN. .S?R,-Now, that., summer is, nigh v;ith its accompanying .dust storms, could not the .power , that, be come to the aid of those living: in tdJ . main street who are especially subject to this annoyance.. With a never failing supply of water (the best I supp~ise in the colony) and also the necessary. ap pliances for carryitn out the }york, there appears .to,e no obstacle in the vt:y. whereby.some of, the .wiiter now running to waste?.could be .utilised for atree?, .aterfog. e xon. regdlar. days juringn the hot weather at.comparative little cost'..I feel quite sure that if some little attention were paid .i.n res pect to the above matte,r, both visitors and residentg .a!i4e, who are continu ally passing through our town, would feel deeply thankful ,for measures taken to abate.what is now a veritable nuisance.-Yours, &c., - ,, SUTILITY. Ieales?lle, Dec. 7., 1899.'.
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
Law Relating to Newspapers? ' l.-Subscri?isr.Lwhodosnot give, express ~htice to tl'e toitrary, are considered as wishing to coditinue their subscription. .:2 If isbscribers order the' discontinu ance of their !periodica!s: 'the publisher may continue to send them until arrears are paiid. 3. If "subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to ,vhich they are dire?ted, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered 'the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing publishers, and the papers.are sent to their former direction, the?subscribers are responsible. "5." The courts haie-decided that "re fusing to take, periodicals from the office or removlinr or leavin? them uncalled for is ?irinza :facie evidence of intentional fraud." - .6. If 2subscribers pay in advance for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to continue taking ...
FROM THE "BULLETIN." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
FROM THE "! JULLETI[?." 'Dorini"e': tte hear -uc: dis'ressin ~ ta[!, cOaCertrning trich s,:hoolmasters that it's timin someomn ::,a the other; side. The lush teacher If am one) if not the iirtfortunrinte we read about. He has a decent .'ilary., and is virt?, ally his own mnqster 361 d,,lays per.year (tihe inspector coiies oin:,. lReckcuning in Satu:rda:ys. he spm'mds 14 week: in holidays yearly on full pay, is looked up to as a sort of social king among the hucolics,. gets his milk, butter and firewood practically on the nod, while his groceries and oiliher parcels are brought from town to hint by neighbor Spinks, who also gives himi a cwt. of seed spuds .or the garden. In return; he is sociable;. he riteisures tanks, cab culates. road-batters, areas of. plough ing, illuminates the address for the der parting post .master, gives the .local parson a bob or,two,,takes a ticket .for the local sweep and. I.:-sD.a the 1Bulletin. He rides, shoots, fi?he; or bikes, morn ing and. evening, v...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
,NOTICE TO! IlSITORS AND TOtlISTS. Places of interst to visit in the dis trict, and how farsituated : Place Distance. Miles. Marysville 9 ... . 23 'arbethong ... . 14 SFernshaw .....7 ..Mallinson's Lak-out .. 7 Mallinson's Gily ... 10 Condon's Gull ... .. '"Meyers Creek iud Falls... : 5 5 :"MaVIthinna Falls ... 7 -.:Badger River ... 4 .Blacks Spur &,t ta's Glen 10 Coranierrk Blcks Station 3 SMt' iddell .. ... 2 'Gricelhurn Creek... ... Gracelurn WVer .. ..; 4 Watts River ... Watts VWeir .... . 5 Mt. Juliet (toip), ... 10 ,. : -' . , - , . ". i "" ! ' , ? !
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. Post office open from 9 atm. to 6 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post office savings bvink open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Mtails close for Melbourne 10.30 a.m. and and Daily. Intermediate 7.15 p.m.. Marysville 'and 9.30 a.in.; Daily. Narbethong ... Mails arrive froni Melbourne, &c., 9.40 n.m., 2.40 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Daily. Marysville and 7'p:m. Daily. Narbethong j MISS A. 'CHAPMAN, Postmistress.
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) MR. GOODWIN V. THE SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
CORRESPONDENCE. (ITTe do not npecss.arIll? endorse t7te openions of oar correswulende.d. ) MRi. GOODWIN V. THE SHIRE COUNCIL. TO THE "DITOP. OF THE GUARDIAN. SIR,-In your:report of meeting of the.Healesville Shire Council on the 29th ult., the secretary, referring to my claim re damages to my ph:eton, says :-" I interviewed the blacksmith who repaired the wheel, and he in formed me that he charged ICs. 6d. for doing the work; also, that several spokes were unsound." If the secre tary were a practical man, he would know that the putting in of .plain spokes and giving a mere primary coat of color is not all that is required in repairing the wheel of a four-wheeled vehicle, hut that another coat of color to match, and varnish, is needetd. to complete the repairs, and anyone who hat had any experience must know that this is not done without consider able cost. True, the blacksmith charged the moderate sum of 16s. 6d., but as I am not in the habit of em ploying any man without remunera t...
A MACHINIST'S MISFORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
SA .IACHlRINIt S 'IS IISIORTUNE. A lady tmaellinst, residing at 1 N1apier-street, irzroy, by name Mliss Tailtha Kay, has 'et, with a serious ntlifort:uin, particulars of which were gatlhered,hy our reporter. As shie is .hotlr Well-kno:n-atnd highly ii spected iii Fitzi'o?, great. synipathy has be'en sho n her It appears that, when on i'i vis it to W 'esteiin Australia soime two jyears ago typhoid fev:er. ?ttacked Iher, a?nd • on hter. r-turil to: Victoria she i uiilýeri'd; Qrentlyv froht its after-effects. She " 'duially grew weaker and weaker, Ilnd'had .to ite carried about, quite unl able to walk.' This iiisfortune jncapa citatc'd her. from working at her iuach' " ine lithetigh she kept on as lonig'?u? possl e.' But at last the plucky lady uhad to albaidon it. She lost all al'pe Stitc;asunfering- greatly ,from .Ibackalce; could not rest at night ,and heicaite very, despondent. .inI spicrits, for sihe tlou.ht t i:h?i ?s a hopeless invalid. o?ineovi' recoilimnmended Dr. Willanis' pi...