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TOOLANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
TOOLANGI. (From our Correspondent. The.annual make-shift. repaits have been doneto the..cuttiig on the road to Yarra Glen,.by the dohation of £10 subscribed by.a few, of .(hose who use the road, ratepayers .inpluded; and a similar amount from the,.hire Qouncil. Truly, we are governed by. .. ,won drously clever mnunicipal. goverVnnent. Can any ratepayer tell me where the loss would- be were there a complete change made,at thpe.lpxt election I As for cur so-called Parliamentary repre sentative, all. his time is spent in loolck ing for. imore Government Iawlers, a more payable game .crtainly than try ing to do something for one's con slituent.,: .. .. . .. She haj crops are proving a failure this season; th! ::.arny late fro.ty nights being the ciu;e; I think,.,hut the .few raspherry patches there are promise to give an .abundant yield. It ihas been arranged to hold a great chopping, sawing, and .splitting con test at Toolangi .I-ous~ on. Friday, the 29th, to ln followed in the, evenin...
CRICKET. HEALESVILLE V. SEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
CRICKET. HEALESVILLE V. SEVILLE. The above clubs met in 'competition on the local recreation reserve on Saturday last for the Knox trophy, but the contest was a disappointing one in many respects. The day was altogether iffisuited for the game, boisterous gales, followed by heavy and continuotid rain, combining to add to the discomfort and annoyance of spectators and players. The match was, really speaking, " a combination of the forces," seeing that the rival teams ivere pitted tlus :. Bealesville and Coranderrk v. Seville, Lilydale and Coranderrk. ft is only fair to say, however, that Seville took the field with only five men, but substitutes c having been sedured, the game was proceeded with. With three wickets down for 30, the chances of Heales Ville did not look too sweet, but An- C drews and Adams put a different com- I plekion on the game, and when lunch d time had arrived the score S'tbod at 60 with no -firther loss of wickets. Three Lilydale men here arrived, and ' thus the...
THE "FOREST LODGE" ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
TIIE " FOREsT' LODGE" OR 'CHARD. dOn Tuesday afternoon last we. paid a visit of inspection to the orchard arid 'surroundings of EMr. Vm.iM'Lean, of the "IForest Lodge," Healesville, which' is under the care and iianage ment of Mr. J. Jarrett. Some little ovdr 10 years since,,the site on which the orchard is now situated was in a state of wild forest growth, and it hardly seems credible that such a transformation could have been effected in the interim. :the land was pur chased by Mr: 1?it'Lean for £35 an acre, and when,it is taken into consi deration:that the cost of the land for clearing,'. &c. ~ ras £10 per acre, ah idea can ,be formed of 'the heavy and stupendous outlay laid'out on the con cern. The orchard 'comprises 55 acred, is picturesquely; situated but a short. distance ;froi Gracedale House and ' Mt. Riddle, the latter eminence pro riding a beautiful background to a seene pleasant to gaze upon, and as the rise and 'fall of the land is so eminently adapted for thie ...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
HEALESVILLE SilIR COUNCIL. The secretary's report, as follow.9s, was crowded out of our last issue: -"I have the. honor to report that since your last meeting day labor has been employed in effecting the repairs ordered on the Dairy, Don, and St. Leonard's roads, erecting the fence near Taylor's bridge, and sundries. Morrison and Williams have been in structed to get out the stono. ordered for Mr. Roche, at Narbethongg, and to effect a, few repairs on the Buxton road. I have also written to Dares, near Mtrysville's, asking him to clear out the silted up water tables and the limbs on the road between Marysville and Narhethong. As you will observe from the pay sheet, the repairs on the Don and St. Leonard's roads are rather costly ; fortunately another day or,,,two will finish off it. Leonarcl's rc?d, but it will take another 10 days on.a fortnight to make anything like a job of the Don. In places, the rains w ich fell in Cup week scoured it out terribly for chains, and for a length o...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
The followin->,notices. a'prared in l??t wek's " Gazetr.-':- Applictionn for gold mnininI loes nld . a tineral Ilea!e refusrI. --A:pplic, ion on. 92., for ?s" , W. Ryall, 50a. Ir. 20p.. Sti Cl's Cr -k. Tininý Ieraq awtiting e"xcition. Oastlem aino District, ,t Anrtew's Division, No. 4329, W. Kirwan, 1S.s. 2r. 7p. Tran f sr of l nar,' inlrdl.. .lo,-im 'a Artis, now Ryan, to Patienco 31. i tis, parish Warhbrton. 240 acres. Tenders are invited by the Railway Dopartnont for the supp'y, till :;0, th .Tunpi, 1901, of saw?n hardwood tim'er, delivered at any railway station. See adtr. in enoth r column. Everybody goes to. Harl:'. for Inots and S;ines. As Mrs. Sn-and-So sa5ys. He se:s thc.rq Fo cW?,p." ,rlwv is Gcvern uiiet contractir far Coranderrr.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
Healesvitlle :.i *Bakery AND Cash Grocery. M. WADE BEGS to -iriform the, residents ofI lHeaIesville 'and'surrounding dis trict tliattuving V iRCOHASED THE :ABOVE - BUSINESS rom F. Rndduck,they. sdlicit a con tinuance of the custom -hitherto: ac corded the Store and Bakery. .:They can' promise that, - l: .All Orders? shall "have -their West: Attention.. Nothing hut thlie BEST ' 'GOODS K" pt. - 'PATIII,?ES WAITED ON FOR ORDERS. HIGIEST PRICES, GIVEN FOR -ALL KINDS OF FARM PRODUCE. Catering for Balle and Partiet. A Trial Solicited.' iV M. WADEE, - GENERAL GROCER AND BAKER, Nicholson Street, S HEALESVITLE. T "'I- i The Only Genuini. HERBAL R3MEDY For all Dis3ases of tie Blood. VIT'DAT?0 VIG;CRIOUS OVEfR '.LLOW JA'J;.D C_ AND NERYV3US DEBI'lITY. St. Arnaud. ),th August. 1839. 'r. S. A. P':cmer, Austr.dasian A;eut for '" \?ilbr's Vitadatio.' S)ar Sir Wi lih fee igs of gratitude and pleasure 1 des:re to give my testimony to the won,-' ilerful power of "W \r]EBB3"ll'S VITA )DATIO" as a cura...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1899. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, DECEMBE?` 8, 1899. GENERAL NEWS. 'Thle statement of receipts and ee pefiditure of the Shire o Healesville for the year ended September 30, 1899, also assets and liabilities, will be found on the last page of this issue. SMr. D. Sheehan, relieving operator, is at present officiating as' locum tejiens ,for ?Mr. Bayford at the local post ofice, the latter servant having gone up' for jdxarination for the telegraph' branch. Messrs. Munday and Matt`iews held ;one of their most successful sales on Wednesday last since their inception. The yarding was one of the largest, and stock sold very well. T:e attend ,ance of briyers was good, and the in teie?et in; these sales is becoming more marked on eacf sale' day. A large quantity of poultry was also' brought forward, and good prices resulted all round. Dry cows cold to £3 5s.; milkers to £5 5s.; steers to' £4 123,; young steers, to £2 8s.; calves, 21s.; stags, 55s. to 65s.; ducks, 5s. pair; fowls, 3s. 4d. pai...
DEATH OF MR. JOHN BLANKSBY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 December 1899
DEATH OF Mr. JOHN BLANKSBY. It is with feelings of profound sor iow that we are called upon to bhronicle the demise of the above well- known gentleman, which sad event occurred at Healesville on,Satur day last after a short and, sudden ill hess. Deceased had been in failing health for some time past, but though he strove gallantly against the attack, his physical condition eventually could not withstand the demands made upon " it. At the anniversary tea of the local "Wesleyan Church, of which he was a -prominent member, held on the 21st bovember, he was taken with; aisud den seizure; and had to be removed to .his home. where he tas confined until his death, as stated above: The :deceased was a native of Matlock, Derbyshire, England, and came.to jhe colony at an early age with his parents, and at .his demise had beeni~in the colony about 46 years. 'He followed the ocicpation. of blackmith, and had a business in Caimberwell for 20 years, and in: the ::. andin district' for "11 years. ...
WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 December 1899
ýrii"S9T IS .T.&D 2 'An American paper thus defines it: The life-blood of modern business. A money-maker, getter, and saver. A flash of information to all tho people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields piie` gold iii large dividends. The key-note of progress id thb march to success. The dealsr's sure road to success A medium for the increase of business. That which booms 'the plcee and ,enriches the advertiser. A means of communicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligent' people, profiting slcder and receiver. Personal and public benefits are derived from its judicious application. A notice that brings best returns :or least money. The corner-stone of the Temple of Fortune. The power Zat keeps trade in m otion. :he electric prower concealing traaor
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 December 1899
Law Relatiag to Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to tile contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinu ance of. their periodicals. the publisher may continue to send them until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals frorm the office to which they, are directed, 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 subscribersr arerespnsible.. - ' 5. The courts have decided that "re fusing to take periodicals from the office or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud." 6. If subscribers 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 it, otherwise ...
THE RACE OF BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 December 1899
THE RACE OF BOOTS. I dreamt last night I saw a race, Of all the boot in the place. They came fp to the starting gate, As if fighting for a mnighty stake; And when the crowi'd with one accord, ctied out "'They're off," I, fith bated breath, gazed on, And heard the people shout, " Hurrah !" I saw in ny vision the weak disappear As the end of the toilsome journey drew near, And the best they ran with' gameness $nd pluck, As they left all the" Cheap' stuff alone in the ruck; But just hasI thought ft would be a good race,. Harley's boots came ot?t and assumed pride of place; Aid' the bookmakers looked slat. And the crowd they gathered round the judge, And asked who won the race : The judge tool off his hat and said, airley's Boots 1 Sitting up. Sepairs rieatl' done at the Boot Hospi laI, opposite Grand tflotel.
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 December 1899
Courts of Petty S ssions. Conrts will be held during the year 1899 at the undermnentioned places, at the hours, aud on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz " Name of Court. Hour. Nov. Dec. Heidelberg ... 10 1, 270t 11 Yarra Glen ... 9.30 22 13 P.M. .elalcsville ... 2.30 230 140 A.M. Lilydalo ... 9.30 3, 10,0 1, 8 15, 17, 24 22, 2J Anderson's Creek 11 200 180 Eltham ... ... 11 .210 12* Queenstown ... 11 I 4 lFernlree Gully ... 9 280 10 * Police Magistrate's V isits. t Licensing and Warden's Courts. The Clerk of Courts will attend to issue summonses and. other processes as under :-At Yarra Glen : On, Wed nesday preceding each Court day. At Healesville: On Thursday preceding each Court day. At Lilydale: Every Friday. D. BERRIMAN, Clerk of Courts..
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 December 1899
PUIOLISIED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1809. The iHealesville Tennis Club has initiated the idea of holding a tennis tournament during the summer months betweeni the Lilydale, Yarra Glen, and local clrbs. Tile members of the Lily dale club, at their last meeting, took the matter up in a warm spirit, and Dr. Hutton was appointed as dele gate. Dr. Baird will act in like manner for the Healesville club, and the hearty co-operation of the Yarra Glen players is only now needed so as to allow arrangements and details to be speedily formulated. We feel as sured that the competition will cause a healthy rivalry among lovers of the racquet, and the intention of the local club will assuredly lend an impetus to the game as well as promote an healthful influence. A cricket match was played at Coranderrk yesterday between a Mel bourne team and the station eleven, and resulted in a win for the home team by 10 runs. The visitors in cluded some renowned players, among them being H. Trumbl...
POVERTY AND OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 December 1899
POVERTY AND OL AGE. If one must be old and poor, one would rather meet the misfortune in some lands than in others. France could scarcely be the chosen country, for there (so slays an article in "Temple Bar," on " How Poor! Folk Fare in other Land.s") one fourth of the old people are sumptuously cared for, and the rest left outside to starve. Germany is little more just, for she has an old age pension law which gives pittances to working men over seventy who have contribute(d iegularly to the fun'd during the required thirty years. Widows, married women, and men who have not had regular employment, the very people who suffer most in old age, are left unprovided for. The lucky pensioners are not any too rich, for the highest pension is about £10 a year. One would prefer in old age to be long to Denmark or Austria. In Den-. mark the thriftless poor are eint'to tlhe workhouse, but the deserving are pro vided with pensions or comfortable old age homes, where they may pass the end of the...
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) A GRIEVANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 December 1899
'CORRESPiONDENCE. (We do not necessarily enddrse the opinions of our correspondents:) A GRIEVANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE 'IARDIAN. SIR,-I noticed'in the report of the' ;last shire council, meetirig that a 'man named Tessier had asked for work, ,and the secretary explained why it was that such was not given him. With 'out appearing to be in any wvay'pi-ttial to Tessier, I would like to say.a few words bearing on this matter, which is .ofno little concern t6 nlany of us :lpoor ratepayer's who are, not 'offered a Sday's work during the whole year. I think it is high time that someone sp~oke out against the pr~ctice of' the shire secretary in doling odit labor to a _chosen few. ,f bhy" should he make 'fish of one and flesh of another ' 'I am confident tiatif we unfortunates, ,who come not "?ithin the circle of they who but ask and, receive,' ;were given a little consideration in thisres: pect it would 'e better- for a, good many. I.' have, begn a ratepayer for years, and have always paid...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 December 1899
NOTiCE, TO VINIThORS A.ND TOUIRISTS. Places of interest to visit in the dis trict, and howv far situated : Place Distance. Mliles. Malrysville ... 23 Naru:tho!'g ...... . 14 .F.rnshaw . .. 7 Mallinson's Look-out ... 7 ilallinson's Gully ' .' 10 Conden's Gully ... ... 4 Mayers Creek and Falls... :5 ialathinna Falls ... .. 7 Badger River ... 4 Blacks Spur & Etta's Glen 10 Coranderrk Blacks Station i 3 Mt. Riddell ... ... 2 Gracelhurn Creek... ... Gracehurn Weir... ... 4 Watts River ... ... Watts Weir ... ... 5 Mt. Juliet (top) .. .. . 10
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 December 1899
ýl lf.1. lll., . t l.j itilll lilll l ii.J.lI. 1 . ? I t1? ll.$ INFLUENZA is not a cold it is a fever which arises from a cold. It is especially pl evalwnt - now. :Fir:t a cold, then a dull, drowsy,. heavy feel ing'; then unrest in the stomach and distaste for food. These symptoms denote irifluenza. Sharp, boring pains at the back of the hitad, feverishness, then' coldness, weakness and prostration fo!low. Delirium often occurs. Influenza pulls down the strength and . leaves the patient' weak and suscept ible to various ailments. D R.W IW MS' PIK PiL3S are the best known remedy to prevent and cure Influenza and its a -?ifter effects. What Mr: Hamilton Hill, the S eminent vocalist, says: ? . Whih t touring with a Comlan3y on'the 1W A. golir-fe!ds sotme t;me aga, influerzr .attacked me very .- severn ly. Fir t came a cold anil los' of appetite; then I felt drill and drowsy; the p ins in my heid wese fearful, and a high fever set in and I became feariullywcrak.. A well-known physicran ...