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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 25 January 1901
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HOW GIRLS MAY BE CHARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 25 January 1901
·--0--- E`'rTv young girl canno.t bhe banti 20fl. for to 'vt'rone God his not give' a con ely face or a,!. grac.ful figurel . I:ut overyolt l can i: ar.trac:ie. Indeed, nheallh and cleanlin.s go far to giving those bright ecyes, b|lo,,i' ng ciheeks, and skins with conduce to good looks, though some have plain and irrogular features, and n an c sily see, 1y the terti mony of the truth-telli ng mirror, that thmy are not remarkable for ex ternal graces. Lzt them con mfort them solves ,by the thought that thiey Inake very beautiful old ladices if they cuilti vate sweetness of disposilion and con tentedn:ess of mind, anti trust in God's goodness and love. How ean the plain he ch:lauing \ Well, true self-forget fuln'.ss and kind thoughltfulneos for others are ialays winni' n. 'he vain, seiatsh beauty cannot compelte with the - hom:ely maide n who is popular because she is so very lova,le. Hert father con lides in hier; her mother leans upon her ; her friends go to her for help tntd advice...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 25 January 1901
II rI 4^f 1Ie": r --9; :. - '.!) C\SiTELLX - .'j:t,-. -:0: The "Guardian" is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First Mail. --:-0: This Journal advocates local interests, and the fostering of local industry. It condemns the pracuce of supporting foreign labor. THE " G ITARD?IAN " IS NOW PUBLISIIED EVE1Y FRIDAY a MORNINIG Instead of Saturdav, as formerly. ADVERTISERS PLEASE PEAR TiIlS IN MIND. Closei Saton er r 3 mE , RFlo. i Tie Wi lo" 'T YEA : IA, birds, except sparrows and minas, noi :,li genos to Austialia, and their produer t, (i:cluding eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus ra"d or wid turkey, Californian quail, deer it ,opithianurs, fa-t , an-tafly-catchers, great kinglisher or1 laughiing jackass, grouse, ibis yr,-id's, Pmag pies, lmagpie larks, owl, partridges, phes ' ltt. - ' .,s, podargiut r mopoes, ... , southern stone 0 pilover or culc 'vI, .twallows, warblers, white s -iv ( s, wreCl3. J-S 1I TO DECEMOER 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds AX U 1GsT I T...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 25 January 1901
CYCLIN. G 1? ?,-- .ll -----o- It is not generally known that shortly after Lrd lib,l,,rts 'entered Pretoria, lie was hard pushed for re iimounts for some of his mcen. A, the best way out of the dijlieulty he coin mandeered all the cycles ill the town some 2000. 'l'lhe: mc:hi ,es, many of them being ladies', were distributed amongst tihe troops, and it was no un common sight in Pretoria to see a strapping six foot trooper pedalliig ab,out on a small dainty little lady':, machine. A humorous touch in a bloody campaign. llundreds of different " variable speed gears" have licen patented in England, America and Europe-only to die a natural death after a f.ew months' existence on the market ; but if we are to helieve all that is claimed for the Dieterich gear, which is now creating much interest ini England, we are then on the eve of a cycle revolu tion that will almiost mqnal the advent of the now u iversal Dunilop trye in the pre-pneumatic days. T'lh, D)iterich gear is contained in the ...
TRANSPL[?]TING. Conditions of Success—Puddling—Firming the [?]—Sh[?] Tops. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 25 January 1901
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ACHERON VALLEY AND UPPER GOULBURN RAILWAY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 25 January 1901
ACHERON VALLEY AND &nbsp; GOULBURN RAILWAY LEAGUE. A crowded meeting was held in the Taggerty Hlall on Saturday evening for the purpose of reforming the above league, when. it was decided to renew the agitation for the extension of the railway from Healesville down the valley of the Acheron. Mr. McKenzie was elected president; Messrs. P. Kerr and W. Scott, snr. (Buxton), vice-presidents; and Messrs. Wylie, Lewis, Maudouit, Webb, Scott and Burchall as a committee, with power to add to their number: The member's fee was fixed at 10s. per annum, 5s. down and 5s. if re quired. The next meeting is to lie held in the Taggerty Hall on Saturday, 2nd February, at 8 o'clock, when all gentle men who are willing to join the league are invited to attend. Mr. A. Wylie was elected secretary and treasurer to the league. The " Alexandra Standard" has the following with reference to the above: -" Efforts are to be renewed for again bringing under the notice of the Minis ter of Railways the cl...
AUSTRALIA'S POLICY. POINTS OF MR. BARTON'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 25 January 1901
AUSTRALIA'S POLICY. &nbsp; POINTS OF MR. BARTON'S SPEECH. Federal capital to he nationalised, to be in New South Wales, not less than 100 miles from Sydney. A moderately protectionist tariff, which is practically a revenue tariff. War of preferential railway rates must cease, Conciliation and arbitration bill to be introduced. Penny postage as soon as possible. Uniform railway gauge between all capital cities. A white Australia. Influx of Kanakas to be moderated. &nbsp; Intercolonial free trade. W.A. intercolonial duties to be ex tinguished at the rate of 20 per cent. reduction every year. "I give you the name of Sir George &nbsp; Turner (Treasurer) as a guarantee of sound, sober, and reliable control."
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
GA ZETTE NOTICES. -0 The following notices appeared in last week's GAZETTE : Areas of land comprised in classes 1, 2 and 3 increased-County Evelyn, parish Gracedale, allot. 102, 20 acres, second class, licensed under section 49 to Louis C. Dawe. County Evelyn, parish Gracedale, allot. 76, 20 acres, second class, licensed under section 49 to Emma J. Balcombe. The surrender of the licences issued to the persons named heraunder having been accepted and the allotnients classi fied in accordance with section 51 of the Land Act 1898, it is hereby noti fied that the issue of new licences under the said Act has been approved: Louis C. Dawe, Ascot Vale, 20 acres, parish Gracedale, allot. 102. Emma J. Balcombe, East Melbourne, 20 acres, parish Gracedale, allot. 76. John G. Anderson, 103 acres; parish Narbethong, allot. 10. Application for the issue of Crown grants, under section 50 of the; Land Act, 1898--Williain HI. Quick, 48a. 2r. 19p., parish Gracedale.
THE RASPBERRY CROP. SERIOUS POSITION OF GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
TIlE RASPBERRY CROP. SERIOUS POSITION OF GROWERS. The serious position of the rasp berries growers, owing to the supply of the fruit being far in excess of the de mand, was laid before the Minister of Agriculture yesterday by a deputation representing farmers in the Wandin district and village settlers at Mount Dandenong. The deputation, which was accompanied by Messrs. Balfour and Knox. M's.L.O., said the raspberry growers in the districts named had spent the last few years in clearing their land and putting in plants, and now when the plans were in full bear ing, they were faced with the serious difficulty that there was practically no market. The supply was far in excess of the demand. At the' opening of the season some of the buyers were offering 1Ud. per lb., but even that price, which would not pay for picking, was not obtainable at present. Last year an excellent market obtained and induced many raspberry growers to in crease their plantations in expectation of being able to ...
BUXTON. January 29. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
BUXTON. (From our own Correspondent.) January 29. A numierously signed petition has been sent to the Postmaster-General, asking for an extension of the' tele phone line from Marysville to Alex andra, with otlices at Buxton, Taggerty, and Lower Acheron. If this request were granted it would supply a long felt want, and leading residents are confident that the Minister will give the matter favourable consideration. Mining is experiencing a revival in the Buxton district. A reef is being worked, with satisfactory results, at the back of Mr. Elliott's property, while a party of seven are prospecting in the ranges on the banks of the Ache ron. The annual meeting of parishioners was held at St. Thomas' Church on Monday last. The reports and balance sheet were submitted to the meeting and approved of, the balance sheet showing a balance in the bank of £6 14s 8d. The following gentlemen were elected -Board of Guardians for the current year :-Messrs II Clark, W. J. Scott, G. Webb, Jos. Batch...
A Minister's Good Work. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
A Minister's Good Work. "I had a severe attack of bilious colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrohea Remedy, took two doses and was entirely cured," says Rev. A: A. Power, -pf`-Emporia, RanU. i'lMy neighbour across the street was sick for over a week, had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor. He used them for three or four days without relief, then palled in another doctor. who treated him for some days and gave no relief, so dis charged him. I went over to see. him the next morning. He said his bowels were in a terrible fix, that they had been running off so long that it was almost bloody flux- I asked him if he had tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he said, 'No.' I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose; told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief, but he took no more and was entirely cured. I think it the best medicine I ever tried." For sale by Mrs. Munro, age...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
CRICKET. On Saturday last the Healesville and Upper Yarra clubs met on the local reserve to fulfil their engagement for the Knox Trophy. The visitors arrived early with a strong team, not wishing to take any risk of defeat, but such a contingency as the latter happening, at the hands of the local men, was made highly improbable, seeing that it was a hard task to get the number of players required to take the field on behalf of the home team. Those who have interested themselves in this class of sport during the past season or two, have become accus tomed to see the waning interest which has taken place in the game, and it is no unusual thing now for about half a team only to turn up when a match is on. Cricket in Healesville is fast losing whatever popularity might at tach to it, and to this fact is a good deal ascribed the slipshod manner in which the committee manage the club. There appears to be ' no system whatever in so far as what one would expect in a sporting organization of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
ALCOHOL C LIVER. An Injurious Cuistom Induces Misery and ''Melancholy. But now a Healthy Man Again. The Case of MR. A. ERNEST BRAU:. (A Convincing Report.) A revere and dangerous form of liver trouble often arises fronm the ii.judici.usnatse of alcoholic drinks. Mliln in ce tlain occupa. tions are prone, almost forced by the necessities of their busines', to this haratfull habit. The wine and cpihit meIchrant, the hotelkeeper, and the r4lunnercial traveler, are all apt to fall victims to the courtesies of their trade. This is a fact welt knolwn by life insurance companies and thie m, dical plofession; what is not so well known is I that even an extreme case of alcoholic liver may be repaired and lmade sound again 1by a proved and tried temirdy Those Ill doubt should read the followil.g experie ce f Mr. Ernest Braun, of 161 Cruick.lhank street, South Melbourne, a prospe-rous general storekeeper at that addr ess, a twel. known resident, and one whose woid is not open to question : " I...
Rust In Cotton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
frult In Cotton. Rust, as a term, has btecome so general in its application as to.be valuelesS, ei cept:,s'ao. veyiing'the idea of a disease cd the cottoil- plant. In our opinion, says The Southern, Cultivator, it should be applied only to ..that disease which is physiological in its character and exist. frobi the absence of potash U the soil. This is usually known as red ruist or mo saic disease. Other diseases caused by the action of fungous organisms, which live' as parasites in various parts of the plant, are also called rust,-but should he more properly knowi as cottbn leaf blight, frending. anthracrose, angular spot of cotton, areolate mildew of cot on, taccording to the disease and the chtiracter of fungus. The, common rust is.nearly always ac companied by one or more of the fungous organisms, a result of tle disturhatce of nutrition a id assimilation, w hich ren ders it difficult to accurately determine the disease. The farmer had, ho weyve, a remedy for both in proper 'fert...
KING EDWARD VII. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
KING EDLWARID VII. The ceremony of proclaiming King Edward VII. was performed yesterday at the local council chamber at 12 o'clock noon by IMr. J. Green, J.P., in the absence of the president of the shire (Or. Sloss). The children from the State school were marched to the hall, and there was e good attendance to witness the ceremony. After a few appropriate words by tfr. Green, re ferring to the death of the Queen, he said it was an occasion that no one present ever witnessed before, although himself and others could remember the coronation of the Queen. In proclaim ing Edward VII. King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and Emperor of India, Mr. Green urged upon all present to be loyal to the King, and pray to God to lead him in the footsteps of his noble and good mother, after which Dr. Baird read the following pioclamation : Whereas it hath pleased Almighty God to call to His mercy qur late Sovereign Lady, Queen Victoria, of blessed and glorious memory, by whose d...
The Seed End of Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
The Seed End n of 'oatoes. The cuestion whether the seed end of potatoes should be removed before the seed is planted has long been mooted anmopg potato growers. Most of them have decided that the seed end should be removed, or rather that the potato should be so cut as to give each set one to three good eyes or buds. If the whole potatoes are planted, niniry varieties having a multitude of seed eyes will send out far too many shoots. These will crowd each other like so many weeds, and a great amount of very small potatoes will be the result. Varieties of potatoes that have but few eyes, and especially those that are very strong growers, will do better with whole seed. The crowding in this case increases the number of po tatoes, and they will nearly all grow to marketable size. If they had a less number of shoots, the potatoes would be fewer and grow rough, pronged and un wieldly in size and shape. The Wisconsin station has been experi menting with potatoes, with results that do not...