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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
CYCLING NOTES. R. IT. Wulunr 9 is atiraIl'y iuci h r tet up' ,,,er hiS Iisis.r liticar .n , ft, a tmonllt by tlle .\- 'llo r I I'e lII:"l' C it, -lub stew arrls. 'WValiue cont plm,..p itine, , visit to ' uT.sirr'ij ani, N'w Z' -,ilaitrd dtlrillg thle.In'xt I w u or till re InoitLhsa' so that it is hardly likely that lhe ,il h.e seen i the taddle uI'.a i ' before E0ster next. Anoth.r rider to coiea under, the disple:'sur,. ,if tlie 1.C1.. stewards is J. WV. Pa, sun , hie einr ordered to stand down for a' .!onnt owing to his ridjin in hIris Austral heat.i. in which hI' ra. J. Filsell nalmost off the track, thus.preventing Filsell froci winning the heat. Parsons has ap'. pealt=d. . The exeo'utive of the Lea;g.t of Victorian Wheehlr en, have partly endorsed the re,:oirnnurtdation of. the Melbourne Bicycle Club'sis itewards ad reuards Walne's diiKualifieation. It will be renmembered that , Waliie wal disqualifledl for- a mont. l I, y the,.MF.J3.d stewards on account of.' stiff running," ...
WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
AN American paper thus defines it i The life-blood of modern business. A money-maker, getter, and saver. A flash of information to all thb people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields pure gbld id large dividends. The key-note of progress in the march to success. The dealer's sure road to success A medium for the increase oe business. That which booms the phee and enriches the advertiser. A means of communicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligent people, profiting sender and receiver. - Personal and public benefits are derived from its judicious application. A notice that brings best returns .dr least money. The corner-stone of the Teimple of Fortune. The power that keeps' trade id motion. She electric power concealing traan
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. Places of interest to visit in the dis trict, and how far situated i Place Distance. Miles. MarysVill .. ... : 23 Narbethong ... ... 14 Fernshaw ... .. 7 Mallinson's Look-out ... 7 Mallinson's Gully ... . 10 Condon's Gully :.. ... 4 Meyers Creek and ~alls... 5 Mathinna Falls :... .. 7 Badger River - ... ... 4 Blacks Spur & Etta's. Glen 10 Coranderrk Blacks Station 3 Mt. Riddell .:. 2:. Graceburn Creek:.. .. (raceburn Weir ... 4 Watts River ... Watts Weir ... 5 Mt. Juliet (top) ... ..... 10
HEALESVILLE BOWLING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
I[IALESVILLE BOWLING CLUBI -.s .'A .meeting of the,.ahove club. was held, in the .Mlechanics', Institute on .Wednesday. evening.s Therewas .a good .attendance, apd the , resident a :(Dr. Baird). occupied the dcair. .,,The t first business was to ,eceive. thi report of ,.the .sub committee appointed to draw up conditions re rink :,competi tion for the President's trophy. ,,All I the rules, as drawn -up, wereagreed to c by the meeting, and. the...addition of No. 10 was made.: The following are i the conditions, &c.:- i. . ,, \ .I. 1. -Rihks to play three matches with each opposing team;: . 2. Teatms to be .on the ground at 3.30 p.m., play to commence not later than 3 45, at which time the team not prepared to start-to forfeit the mat.ch . -3...Each match to consist of 25 end, :ad in the ev.ent of both itears scorin. the' same 'number of points another end be played to decide the gane..: . 4. Captains to toss for choice of'rinks. "S. Matches to be played on Wednes days or -Satu...
MR. RIDER HAGGARD ON THE TRANSVALL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
)RiE. hai iAGGARD ON TILE TRhANSVAAL. In his entertaining " Farmer'isYear,C ~lr. Rider Haggard recalls, in a 'Sep tember magazine, a prophecy 'f his concrning 'the future of the Transvaal. It was' written in lTT6,' when most people thought the bankrupt South African Republic -of no value. After describing the " monotonus and dreari ness of tore great Transvaal w'astes," he s?id : " And yet those .wastes, now so dismal andf desolate, are at no distant 'date destined to support and enrich a large population. Before us lies?hile ·country f . 'the practical future, of the cays when. the rich man will:'"have his estate in' Switzerland to gratify his eyes and his'estateo in the Transvaal to till his pockets. The vast land will one day be the gardon of Africa, the land of. genms an gold, of oil and corn, of steam-ploaghs and railways. It has an assured'and'a magnificent future." ,What laas iollo~d d this prediction, uttered atn, time .when the Rand was innocent of .goldmining, may lend grs...
WHAT IS A BILLION? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
WHAT IS A BILLION ? The answer is very simple-a mil lion ti es a million. This is quickly writtet, and still more quickly pro nounc . But no man is able to count. You can count 160 or 170 a minute but let us even suppose that you g as far as 200; then an hour will produce 12,000, a day 288,000, and a y.ar, or365 days (for every four years y.. u may rest from counting, during leap year), 105,120,000. Let us suppose now that Adam, at the beginning of his existence, had be gun to ount, had continued .to do so, and was. counting still, he would not even now, according to the usually supposed' age of our- globe, have counted near enough. For to count a billion he would require 9512 years, J4 days, 5 hours, and 20Su inutes, according to the above rule. Now, :supposing we were to' allow the poorcounter twelve' hour's daily fdr iest ,'ting, and sleeping,; he Would need 19,024 years, 69 days, 10 hours, and 4b miinutes.
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
GAZETTE NOTICES. * The undernmentioned noticnl ,ppear~di in last week's." Governmert4 Gazette": Thbe excessof.departuresopver arrivals by sea in Victoria during .the month of Septemlher was 581,, as follows: Arrivals, 4946 ;,departures, 5527. * Applications for licence-; approMed. Alfred H. Brown, parish Tarrawiarra North, 198.acres : .Teseph UI. Smith, parish Woori Yallock, 101 acres. Lice'ices and leases declared voidr. Hcury, Strtmn, 317 acres; George M-yger, 18 acres 3 roods., parish WVarhurton. Sclhedule of spplicationsi for the issue of Crownn (rants -\ ralter Wake, parish WVoori Yallock, 13 acres 6 roods. Transfer of Leasehold.--,1no. EKerri gan. to Christopher Jop. Kerrigan, 1,0 acres 2 roads 17p., parish Grace dalie . Win. I. A. Barton to Rot. arton;,' 62 ac'rcs, parish Watlurto::.
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES AcTs. 54 Vict. No. 1095, clause 5.-Wilfully de stroying, netting, or using other means for killing or taking imported game at any time. Penalty-£2 and value of bird or animal (see schedule below). Clause 6.-Do. do. native game during close season. I'cnalty-£2 in addition to bs for eacb bird or animal. Clause7.-Buying, selling, or knowingly having in possession, house, or control, any imported game or native game during close season. Penalty-Imported game, £5 and lue of bird or animal ; native game Clause S.-Taking eggs out of or destroy ingnest of imported or native game, or hav ing eggs in possession. Pcnalty-10s. each egg. Clause 11.-Laying poison for or poison ilg game. Penalty-£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 54 Vict. No. 1093. clause 35.-Taking, selling, or exposing for sale any fisli during close cea:on for such fish. Penalty-No? - +.-!rt -.:-. £?0. and forfeiture of fish.
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
Law Relating to Newspapers. i. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the 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 tuntil arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect-to take periodicals ftom 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 miove to other places without informing publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that "re fuising to take periodicals:from the ofiice orremoving orleaving them-uncalled-'for ais prinma ,facie, vidence of intentional fraud." 6. If silbscrib'ers pay in advance for periodicals, they aTe hound to give notice to the .publisher, at the end of the thne, that they• do not wish to continue taking it, otherwise ...
"MUSIC HATH CHARMS." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
" MUSIC :B ATH C?lARMS,.." The present year (writes our Auburn Correspondent) is remarkable for the number of aspirants to musical fame who have made their bow'to the public, many having won golden opinions here and abroad. In Miss Rose.Kenner dale, of Carnars on-street, Auburn, N. S. W., is frrtunate in possessing Miss RosE KENNERDALE. (From a Photo. by Freeman.) a pianiste of considerable ability. Re cently we spent a pleasant half hour in listening to some difficult selections which she charmingly' played' -We were therefore considerably surprised when she remarked t? "Until lately I have been quite un able to practice." "One would scarcely judge so by your skill, Miss Kennerdale." " Well, I have tried to make up for lost time. But for a considerable period I have been too weak to play. Some time ago I could hardly move my arms. I became quite pale and bloodless, and suffered severely from headaches and loss of appetite. No matter how little I ate I was afflicted with pains a" sh...
A STORY OF THE COMMUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
A STORY OF THE COIMIVUNE. The order had been issued in Paris in 1871 by the n'ew Republidon au thorities that Communist insurgents who were taken with arms in their hands should be put to. death im mediately. The order was being re lentlessly executed, when;, in the garden of the Elysee Palace, a detach. ment of Republican troops came upon a small band 'of insurgents.. Among them was a boy of: 15 years, still in short trousers. Ori the way the 15 year-old boy broke out from among his companions, and placed himself in front of the colonel who commanded the escort. Making the military salute with a good deal of grace, he said: "Monsieur, you are going to shoot me, I suppose '" " Certainly, imy- lad," said the colonel. "Taken with arms in your hands, it's all up with you; ' That is the order." "All right !" said the' boy;- - Brit see here. I live in Miromesnil-street,· with my mother. She'll wait for me if I don't come home. I just want to go home and quiet her a bit, y'ou know. -, Com...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
PUBLISIHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, DECEM?BE? 22, 18p9, CntRITsTAs! Once more we are on the brink of a passing year;' the wheel of time has sped on its axles so quickly that we can almost view the closing scenes of the year A.D. 1899. How many changes have taken place during the currency of that time : We pass over this thought. We care not to touch upon what might have been, for, at this period, we live only in the pre sent. Already on every hand signs are to be seen of that annual prepara tion for the fit commemoration 6f the festive season, wlhilst every one seemi .imbued with the desire to give old Father Christmas the customary warm greeting. On the advent of this joyous period, people all over the Christian world are wont to appropriately cele brate the birth of the world's Saviouir, and emulate His good and charitablle example by putting into practice His noble teaching--' Peace and goodwill toward all men"-a precept which will never fade, but which is yearly grow ing in powe...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
GENEIRAL NE WS. We have previously spoken of the wanton acts of some juveniles in destroying bills, &c., posted up in con spicuo;s parts of the fown for the in formation of residents; and attention must be again directed to a recurrence of the practice. Some calico posters -a treatise on snake-bite-which have lately been supplied by the shire council and stuckl up in prominent places; have leeri ruthlessly torn down and destroyed, the motive for doing so apparently being one of mischievious ness. If any of these urchins could be discovered in the act, a warning from the policeman would probably have a deterrent effect. A matter which has engaged the at tention of shire councillors for some time past has been that of the best waysand means of checking the growth of blackberry bushes in our com munity, Annually, the evil has made itself more manifest, until it was con sidered necessary thiat some stringent measures should be taken for their eradication. There is no denying the...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
HEALESVILLE SHIRE u COUNCIL.. a The ordinary meeting of the above I body was held in the Council Chamber on Wednesday last. Present-The President (Cr. Matthews), and Crs. Bailey,, Barton, Chandler, Keppel, t Sheehan, and 'Sloss. t CORRESPONDENCE. From Children's Hospital, The Aus- tl tin Hospital for Incurables, and The r, Victorian Sanatdrium for Consump- ., tives, soliciting donatibns.-Received. tl From Board of Health, forwarding c&lt; two 'printed copies of minutes, also o0 circular're snake-bitrei--Received. re From Assistant Govt. Statist, inti- tc mating thit time il .approaching for collecting agriculturei and industrial statistics for the ydar 1899-1900.- I Received. :From D. Martin, Pecretary for Ag riculture, enquiring .if Stinkwort was growing in any part.of the shire, and what action the'couneil is taking to en force the prbvisions of the Thistle Act. -Tbis letter was the'subject of a good deal of disciision, .Councillors. B being'divided in .their opinion as to...
A REMARKABLE ENGINEERING FEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
A REIARKABLE ENGINEER ING FEAT. During the last three- montlhs what is pronounced by experts the most re markable piece of electrical engineer ing in America has been accomplished after three years of labor and £150,000 expended in the enterprise; that is, the Santa Ana river, which comes out of the San Bernardino mountains, has been. bridled, and its power .is now transmitted to. Los Angelos, some 82 miles distant. In a word, 9000 horse power is made to propel machinery, move-street cars, and illuminate and even ,hea' hiuildings. in Los Angelos, besides furnishina" illumination and power for several villages--as Red. lands, Riverside, Colton, and Ontario -between - the mountains,- and the engineers seemto .agree that the most remarkable, feature in- . this develop ment of- the power of the Santa Ana river is the' transmission of 'electricity of a high voltage, over 80 miles 6f 'wire with so l;ittle..loss-of eziergy, the company.finding, :in fact., that it can .send electricity.:of ...
Close season for Game, &c THE WHOLE YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
Closo Sason for Game, &A. S TiE WHoLE YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, epitllianuras, fan-tails, $ylcatchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouise, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, :.owls, partridges, pheasants. -._? :As, podargusn or mopokes, .is-1. -alsd, southern stone "plover or curlew, Pwailows, warblers, white swans, wrens. JUNE'14 TO DECEMBER 20 `Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds AUGUST 1 TO FEBRUARY 28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons. quail.. AUGUST 1 to DECEMBER 20. All birds known as cranes, such as herous, egts, &c. ; all honey-eaters except wattle birds and leather-heads ; all kingfishers other than the laughing jackass ; all mem bers of the grauculus family; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-bird, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all other members of the rail f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
-I5 - , . . . ' Healsvill . Guardian "A,1 ! A GENERAL PINTIN WORK , "CASTELLA - SiEE, . A[ESVILLE. With Neatness and 'espatcf. . 0 . ' . , The "Guardian" is published every RID AY 7orning, in. time? to ?atch First al l. - ~· -: , , :- -- .444 ,I44 . . - , . - . ._LOST MANHOOD r'e.rous Debility,; &B, from youthful folly, excesses or 1.r ' ras...? tluaraniteed IURE. A great Scienttfio .d ,scover: Ly anatomy. Book posted free, sealed. 'To .our mne e.conteropl.gting marriage, to the married, to youtng and old, this book is invaluable, pointing out theo.umy f rrlief to those unfortunate sufferers to whom hive is t;ut a hldeous torment;ig dream, life a torture, the future a blanrk. Write PItOFLSSO?t B. . .t)-1NN:41.Co?.ts'Plaire.-Afelhn?ree...' o rian'S SaLvatior.., The Wife's welfare within her.own control. Book posted Iree. .It will teach you-more about preventioa 'i tcr mflinutes than all thC;years you've lived.. Write raor. 11 Il I5.MANN,41 Collins Place, Naflbourne. :w B. Per...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 December 1899
Healesville .'. -Bakery .' AND Cash Grocer y, M. WADE r B EGS to indfdrtn the rs'A'ielits of ( Htealesville ind surrounding dis-, trict that ha'ving PURCUASED THE ABOVE. .- BUSINESS From F.'Rudduck; they solicit '- con •inu'ance. of the custom hitherto ac corded the Store fand bakery. They 'canpromise tiat-h - -Aft 'Orders shall .have tliehr est -'Attentibn. i, Nothing but the BEST of -GOODS Kept. .. FA1MILIES WAITED ON -FOR 'ORDERS. , i1GHEST PRICES GIVEN FOR ATEi KINDS OF FARM ?; PRODUCE. ' Catering for Balls and Parties. A. Trial Solicited:. M. TWAI'E, 'ENERAL GROCER AND BAKER, Nicholson Street, HEALESVIILE. THE (.ERiT J1ERBATh REE DY The Only Genuine HERBAL RE, EDY For all Diseases of the Blood., VIT.,DAT'O VI'FORIOUS OVER YELLOQW JAU?D.CE AND IERVOUS DEBILITY: St. Arnaud. 30th August, 189J. ntr; S. A; PFrmer; Ahistr.dasiazu Agent for " Webber's Vitadatio." I)car Sir Wih feelings Of graititude and pleasure 1 des-re to give my testimony to the won derful power of "WEBBER'S VITA 1...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
Law Relating to Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the 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 from .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 subscribers are responsible. 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 t...
A PROSPEROUS FARMER. (Seymour Express) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
A PIROSPEItROS FARMEIR. (Spymour Ecpre:8) Oniipf the best known of the' te mtanyprnsperous farmers who cultivate ' Sthe rieh' flairon the :Goulbouirn River, : is lr:.i John IHuithinson, of North t 'oi, saiys th " Seymour Express.s" n r. utchiunso.a's farming, operations a have slen ucarried., on ..or years with C' signal shcicess, and he fully ?merits the . respec:t'inrvariaby shown him :"by the i ilror?nding settlers. . Bitt I have not al'ways been so a prosperous as you 'might imagine," he remarked to the "'xpress" man. R '"'or "although my operations have been successful I might have extended C them still further had I not for a long time been ham.pered with general ,de 'bility. "1 suppose," said the reporter, "'you !h'ad ,the 'usual symptoms, headaches," backache, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, Ilanguidness and exhaustion l" '.' " Yes," assnted Mr. Hutchinson t t"'mine wag indeed a bad case. I tried tonics, but without effect. Month after month grew worse, until I be-; ..canme...