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ROGER GILES' ADVERTISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

ROGER GILES' ADVERTISEMENT'. The following was composed by a De on shire schoolmaster of the old style a: an advertisement fora little shnp i "Roger Giles, Surgin, Parish clark, s le plate engraver, groser, and hiunderta er, Respectably informs ladys.and gentle en that he drors teef without wateing a it, applies laches every hour, blisters on tht lowest tarms,and visicks for apennyap ce. He sells Godfather's kordales, kuts kc ns, 'bunyons, docters hosses,clips dunkieswince a munthl, and hundertakes to look trter every bodies nayls by the ear. Joeshirps. 'penny wissels, brass kanelsticks, frying fans and other moosical hinstrumints hat grutely reydooced figers. Young ladys and ge.tle men larns their grammur and languelges in the purtiest manner, also grate care tiken of their morrels and spellin. Also zirm zinging, tayching the base vial, anr4 all sorts of vancy-work; squadrils, posers, weazils. and all country danses tort at Lbme and abroad at perfekshun. Perfumner and snuff in all ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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THREE VISITS TO THE HOTEL DES INVALIDES. SECOND VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

THREE V SITS TO THE HOTEL DES INVA .LDES. By PASoT, I'., - SECONI'- Vi iT,- f TI'e t?t?.yne' of tih.. O,':,ts had lhcrn Surely IitI slowly ri, d th profligate dives of the sovereigns were e ,of the most degenerate. and degraded type: the line was effete, and dishonor, u folly, weakness, and treachery reigned supreme. The lessons of centuries 1 brought no reformation, and the suffer- t pngs of the lowest estate touched not s the chord of sympathy; selfishness in s their ordinary pleasures stifled all feel- a -ing, and remorse was in a dead slum- 1' ber. Ambition had become foul and - ;bloated, and the fair fame of France had descended to the rule and tender P .mercies of yicious and upprincipled 'women. The nobility were overbear ing, tyrannical, and lavish in their ex- a penditure, and, like ,the sovereigns, lax ti iA t.he. highe.t .degree in their lives; ; and the people in a state of gross ig- t< Aia~n~e, w.ere ground to the earth and, g.aneud ,begi.th the whole load; a...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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THE MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

THE MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION, '--7.-~ The annual meeting of delegates from the various shire aind borough corporations in the colony was held on Thursday last at the Town Hall. Cr. E. 3aHall, President, was present. as delegate from the Healesville Shire, The following are a few of the most im-n portant resolutions carried at the meet, ing :- "That clause 60 of the Local Government Act be so amended that persons appealing against the assessment on property may have the privilege of doing so at petty sessions, and not compelled, as at present, tq appeal to the Oqunty Coart." "That the Municipal 4Association be requested to again urge on the Govern- j:i ment the desirability of altering the. ..., hour of closing the poll at municipal .. elections from 5 to 7 p.m." " That the leibourne and Metro politan Board of Works Acts be amended to read as follows as to, se-. tion 131:-The water supply. works, sewerage work and all; property vested in the board shall be exe.ipt.from any, rate or tax ...

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FOOTBALL. LILYDALE 23 V. PORT MELBOURNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

FOOTBALL. TH: [FROM? OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] T from LILY.A.E 23 v. PbRT MELBOURNE 20. corn On Saturday last the Lilydale foot- The ball team, accompanied by a number E. ; of supporters, journeyed by the twelve deli o'clopk train to play the final mlatph of The the season at Port Melbourne. Invi- por tations were sent to players in the ing varipus district clubs to Join in and make a strong team. Healesville was Go not represented, while but two of the the Yarra Glen club-the brothers G. and ass pri A. Love-turned up, and the services ani of half-a-dozen members of the Coran- app derrk club were obtained. The match had been looked forward to. by the re( Lilydale boys all the season, and they me set off with a full team, expepting a ho good enjoyable outing. Nor werethey elp disappointed, the only dr.wback being the unavoidable absence of the popular Lilyd'ale rover (Jack Morton), who was at laid >p with a severe attack of infl ti enza. General regret was expressed at se his illnes...

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CRICKET. HEALESVILLE C. C. v. FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

CRICKET. HEALESVILLE C.' O. V. FIRE BRIGADE. A very pleasant match' between teams chosen as above was played oi Saturday afternoon last. Dr. Baird captained the cricketers while Mlr. E. Cullei otficiated: iii the same capacity for the Brigade Tle following are the scgres: FIRE BRIGADE. A. Harvie, hb Dr. Baird ... ... O A. Hart, c Griffiths, b Thorsog ... 2 J. Holland, b Dr Baird ... ... 0 T.Phillips, cM'Sweeney,bDr.l3aird 45 R.Allan, b M'Sweenpy . .. 9 E. Cullen; c Lindnpp, b M Siweney 2 W. Newman, b Dr. Baird ... ... 1 J. Chandler c «WilliaIms, b br. Baird 0 H. Thomas, c Balzary. b Dr, Baird 5 A. Robson, b Dr. Bair .,, . ... 3 G. Wilson, not out ., ... 9 Byes.... ... ... ...1 Total .. .... ... 77 CRICKETERS. H, Christie, b Hart ... ... 18 A. Thorson, b Holland ... ... 2 W. M'Siveeney,bHarvie ... ... 1 Dr. Baird, retired,... ... ... 45 - Thorson, run out ... ... 1 J. J. George, not out ... .. 30 J. Lindupp, b Chandler ... 0... 0. M'Sweeney, not out ... ... 1 Byes ... ....... ..' 9 W...

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Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

Local & General News. t t? ? ?'-- -?o -~,, c ý,,'A .... lght cones certs in connection with the-las fie chanics' Institute are keeping up their popularity, which speaks well for the t really good programmes presented by 1 those who kindly devote time and 1 talent with the laudable objeet of e benefiting a truly useful institution. I As the weather is now becoming more favorable, a renewed' ffort is being made to encourage gopd attendances, and we are sure the public will not be slow to reciprocate and second the praiseworthy exertions of the pro moters, for by giving their presence at I these sociable and enjoyable gatherings they-have the gratification of knowing 1 thattheyareatthe sagqe time supporting in a substantial way one of the noblest and most useful institutions of modern times. On Saturday evenihg there will be presented a really good pro gramme of instrumental and vocal music, and certainly, if for no gt.er consideration, the audience will be pro provided with "a...

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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY,.OUTOBER 5, 1894. MOgE than ordinary interest is raised regarding the opening of the new parlia :ment. The mandate of the country ,iase undoubledly been issued for tariff reform, and the preponderance of public opinion is that dutin4 shall not- exceed a maximuqp of 25 per cent. This would still be a protective duty of large pro portions, but: it would at the 5ame tiine bea revenueproducingduty, And .what the country wants just now is revenue above all things. But we are met with a difficulty at the outset. The defeat of the Ministry brings in an or gapised party pledged to maintain the ex isting system-a system the intention and the operation of which is to kill re venue, not only at the Custom-House, but ,]sqiq one or two departmentsof Excise, and leave the deficit to lp made good frq?. Riher squrces. And the question; which tin3 only can solve, is how will to that part act? If Mt, G. Turner and tha his follow are true to themselves they unH will n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

CLEARING SALE Stjl1 Procceding ! nunmen$c Jtedulctions in Prices All Round ! Shridteben GENERAL or STOREKEEPER. IIEALESVILLE. F First-Class Stock ,.rogkery, Grocery, AND ST.aTIONERT. Geome and See, and Judge for Yourself. E AL ESVILLE Ni1oaosoN STREET, HEAL-ESVILLE (Next Post Offic). ." " "ptthew, ,TA"'IONER, Zabor sher and Tobacconist, R ESBEOTFULLY intimates that he has a'?ways in stock every requisit neces sary.p be found in a wel-]condticted busi nes. of this kind. `'ncy Goods, Tobacco & Cigars, Soaps ýerfudmeory,6 Sch ooq Zequisites, Stationery, all kinds, Fishing Tackle, &c. 'English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers . Delivered -_ Or Posted to any Address. . AGENT FOR POULTON & OWEN'S 'HIOM(EPATIII. M-EDICINES. Every Description of PATENT I\IEDIPIlNES Kept in Stock. Also, Blogg Bros' Perfumes: Try their Wattle Blossom, Baronia, and Essence of Bouquet. Local agent for Madame Delparets Paper Patterns. A large stock of the latest 4"?.ays on hand; a Mel...

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THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

TILE IIEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. Couinties-Anglesey and Evelyn. Parishes-Buxton, Glenwatts, Narbethong Stevensons, and ,part of Gracedale aud Granton. Pro vinee-South-Eastern. Mlembers of Council--Hons. Jas. Balfour, Jas. Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D. Electoral District-Evelyn. Division Healesmille. fember of Assembly-E. H. Cameron. Electoral District-Anglesey. Division- Marysville. Member of Assembly-M. K. J[i'Kenzie.

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Th[?] Stamp Duties Act. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

As thiollowing scale of duties re quired o be paid in the shape of stamps, which have to be attached to various ocuments and cancelled in ac curdanc~ith the Stamnp Duties Act, may pro' of use for reference to' our readers, ve publish them in full. The table sel out the several documents which cone under the operation of the Act, andalso the value of the stamps required td be attached to each : BILL OF EXCHANGE. Bill at Eiýuduge aid P'romissory Note- I s.d. Where thi.e mount or value of the money br which a bill or note is drawn xceeds £10,000, then for every £ 0 of the amottunt or value, and alIu for any fractional part of £50 u:such amount or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of excknuge payable on demand charge able wiltsaune duty as a promissory note for same iulount. (Embosseditamps must be used,whiph may be obtaind at all Post Oflices.) 1. Draft Ir order drawn by any banker ir Victoria upjn any other banker iq Victoria not payableto bearer or to order, and used solely for t&L purpose...

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Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

Cricket Club. President-Mr. G. V. Edgicumbe. Vice-Presidents-Messrs. Rowe, Kepple, and Dr. Baird. Secretary-Mr. J. J. George.

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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 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-deplume is affixed. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

.. - .OOR ESPO1TNDNCE: ?. Correspondence on subjects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of thvriter (sot _necessarili, for ibl caclo? ?. willifFJi'f j Finierted in this column, on the understanding that w~ do nwt 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.) SIa,-I notice by your somewhat lengthy report of the proceedings in connection with the purchase by our ";civic fathers" of shire property that this important sub ject was definitely settled at the last meet ing of the Shire Council. As the matter was deemed an important one, that august. body deferred their fnoal decision on the subs jcct in order "to give counciliors an oppor tunity of thinking.it out;" and from. my way of thinking at least I cannot coinpli ment them on their ultimate determination, notwithstanding their month's ?' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

A GREAT THROAT AND LUNG REMEDY -Guest's Glycerine Used by UJsed_ by the c BRITISH CGOugh TROOPS Ii) te late L?'?zctus Egyptian, war. by special command of Admiral Sir Beauchamp Seymour. . Hghly approved of by GENERAL BOOTH, MR. H. M. STANLEY, SIGNORA CUTTICA. SOLD / BOTrL, EVERYWHERE, SOMFTHINC WORTH K?PWINO i ! scJ. )rT & ?o., Accountants, Trade Assignees, Insurance Brokers, Financial and General Commercial j Commission Agents. AcCOUNTANCY in all its branches. Estates manasid. CREDITORSarrangedwith. INSOL. VENCY-IHow to go or avoid. Schedules prepared. Homes and Property protected. LOANS on 3ort. gage, Stock. or Prqperty. Insurances effected. Property, Farms. Stock, Produce sold by Public Ancti(n or Private Contract at lowest rates. 'LEGAL ADVICE rFEE BY A ?ULLY QUALIFIED SOLICTOR. Fulhst informatibn by applying to SCOTT & CO., J. L. ADELT (Auctioneer), Manager, Territorial Chambers (Ground Floor), 91 cotN\ 5W RTqRE.T, MhELOU.RRIS -LLIAM' *S AUSTRALIAN A -O PT BLIC....

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SIR JASPAR'S WARD, OR THE WRAITH OF TREVOR PARK. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

SIR J4SPAR'S WARD, on THE WRAITHI OF TRIVOR PA.IK. BY ?nls. JULIA S. HAnRRs. CHAPTER I. "Thank goodness," I exclaimed aloud, ps I threw myrelf back in mny chair with a sigh of content; " after all I be .lieve 6 shall pass," It was with no small pride I again ran over some mathematical problems which had at first appeared beyond my powers. I was at the time a freshman pt COambridge and was trying to obtain the mathematic scholarship, which with its emolgmlent would be most welcome to nme, as it would relieve mny widowed mother of any further expense for my edcation. The exam, would come off iln three Flays and I was becoming nervously pnxious as to the result and was in dread of a breakdown, for not being paturally of a robust physique the strain on my mental powers began to tell on Ihe. I rose from my chair and stretched my cramped limbs by walking up and down my little room. Not far to walk -" Three steps and overboard," as my light-hearted friend Vernon called it. A few minutes af...

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Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 October 1894

Places of Note. Fernshaw, Black Spur, Stevenson Falls, Mathinna Falls, Condon Falls, Malleson's Look-out, Mount Juliet, Mount Riddell, Mount Monda, Mount St. Lenoard, Coran- derrk aboriginal station, and Don River Road.

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CONTEMPT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894

CONTEMPT. for.your, ailments is simply committing suicide,.every man is the centre of the universe to himself, yet how many do we daily meet who complain of weak ness, liver complaint, iieuralgia, and so on ·I Hundreds- of -such sufferers are met with every week who neglect their cases when there is a reliable remedy in Clements Tonic at hand. This preparation is distinct from the many disguised purgatives called indigestion cures, the'use of which are most harm. ful to the patient. Clements Tonic does not give relief by drastic catharsis, but aims at curing the cause of the disorder and then the unpleasant symptoms cease. I If you- suffer, re member that without treatment the disease must increase, and that is criminal on your part to neglect your case, at any rate your life depends on your getting proper treatment and niay be the lives of a wife and family. Therefore do not delay, get Clements Tonic and do not be put off with vile purgatives or. substiutes, and you will meet' with...

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LAWN TENNIS. MIXED FOURS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894

LAWN. TENNIS. MIXED FOURS TOURS OURNAENT, It has been arranged that one round per week shall be played in connection with the above tournament, dating from- Wednesday last, .10th October, tie pairs to play as arranged below. Matches may be played sooner if pairs can arrange so, but all matches delayed beyond the dates 'specified will be deemed .forfeited by. both pairs if neither give notice of time to play, or by the side unable or refusing to fix a' date in the time specified. All notices of readiness to play must be posted in the pavilion before 6 p.m: on each Wednesday for the succeeding week. The following is the draw : I. .-10T TO 17Tn. 1.-Mr. George and Miss MI'Gretton v. Mr. Gibbs and Miss FPyfe. •2 =Mr: Row and Miss P. Shaw v. Mr. Bal zary and Mrs. George.. 3.--Mr, Pierce and Miss Shaw v, Dr. S Baird and Miss Rodgers, II.-17T"r To 24Tu. 1.-Mr. George and Miss M'Gretton v, Mr ..... ow. and Miss P. Shaiw. 2.-Mr. Gibbs and Miss Fyfe vsil.ir. Pierce S:'' anid Miss Shaw. r:." "M...

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Electoral Registrars. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894

jleetoral Registrars, G. V. Furmston, Healesville; Jno. IM. IKeppel, Marysville; Jno Ewart, Launch ing Place.

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HEALESVILLE LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894

HEALESVILLE LITERARY AND. p DEBATING SOCIETY. . cc . tl The weeklytmeeting of this society was held at the Nechanics' Institute meeting room on Monday evening last, li but.the attendance was not very large., f Dr, Baird (President) ocoupied the ti chair. o The Rev. Mr. Gibbs having resigned' fj his position as hon. secretary owing to c inability to devote sufficient time to the t efficient fulfilment of the office, Mr. C., E. Oldham had been elected, at a sub-: n sequent meeting; but it was now stated that Mir, Oldham had declined to act. Mr. Matthews therefore 'proposed that the Rev. Mr. Williams be appointed to I the position. .This was seconded by' the Rev. Mr, Gibbs, and carried unani - mously. It was decided on the motion of Mr. Rodgers, seconded by the IRev. Mr. Gibbs, that' the proceedings for Mon. day evening next be impromptu speak ing. This concluded the ordinary business, when the subject for the eveniung's disi cussion was entered upoin, the follovq ing being asepitome~E...

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Nature of Country. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894

INature of Country. Mountainous; heavily timbered ranges, with giant gums, beautiful waterfalls, fern gullies, and magnificeut scenery.

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