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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 identity 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.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence, on subjects of :public and "reneraLl ilerest, if guaranteer d bij the (mIne adl addre.ss of the writer (not nicessati.ly tfor publication). will be freel'/ inserted ia tis. columnn, on the unilerstalndiun fthat we do not ;dentif. ourselres .ritl the opinions e.rj,reuusseJ bl coierre .ponstdeut. WI'e also )sold the right of makiny any eliminiation we may see.fit, especially when- a uome-.de plume is afixed. (To the Editor of the Guardian.) SIR,-In your last issue a correspon ,dent signing himself " Progress" has a tilt at the Shire Council.over what he terms their short-sightedness in deciding at the last Council meeting to purchase )iIr. Sheelian's property for the purpose of shire ofices, &c. "Progress" places his view of the matter before the:". en lightened ratepayers" (his expression), and proceeds to give figures in support of that view as follows:- Purchase of property ... .. £300 Interest for 6 years at 6 per cent. .per annum .,, :... ....
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1894. Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894
ITJBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS, FRIDAY,' OUTOBER "12, :1894. Local & General News. It is with regret that we have to itatei that the `concert in aid of thel funds of the local Mechanics' Institute which was to have been held on Satur-i day evening -last, proved a failure so? far as the patronage of the public wasj concerned, the attendance being so small that the committee decided to re fund the sixpence admission to those present and close the door. This is indeed a deplorable : state of affairs when it is taken into consideration the noble object for which these Saturday night entertainments were instituted, to say nothing of the praiseworthy ex ertions of the committee and the inde fatigable secretary to advance the in terests and enhance the utility of the institution, as well as the generous as sistance of those ladies and gentlemen who so kindly came forward to devote their time and talent with the grand object in view. The only grounds upon which we can account for the lf...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894
THE IIEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY, Counties-Anglescy and Evelyn. Parishes-Buxton, Glenwatts, Narbethong Stevensons, and part of Gracedale and Granton. Province-South-Eastern. dIenibers of Council-Hons. Jas. Balfour, 'Jas. Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D. Electoral District-Evelyn. Division Healesvillc. .Member of Assembly-E. H. Cameron. jElectoral District-Anglesey. Division Marysville. Member of Assembly-M. K. M'Kenzie.
THE MINISTERIAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894
THE MINISTERIAL POLICY. A special meeting of the Cabinet was held'on Wednesday, when the Minis terial manifesto was finally revised.. It appears in the fdrm of -an address by Mr. Turner .to the electors of St.:Kilda, of. which the following is a resume from-the Age : INTERgOLONIAIL FEDERATION--The address states at ithe outset that one of the most important matters .requiring attention in the near futureis the federa tion. of the colonies, and every .effort will be made to bihgn this about so that Australasia may have intercolonial free trade without unreasonably interfering with. protection' to Victorian industries as against the rest of the world. 'PrnLIc RETRENC?ENT..- The Go vernment proposes to balance income and expenditure:by judicious.retrench- I :ment aad direct taxation. Retrench ient is to '6e effected by refraining from t filling up vacancies except by persons already in the service, by amalgamation of branches and departinents, by con tinuous'savings in the cost of the ...
SIR JASPAR'S WARD, OR THE WRAITH OF TREVOR PARK. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894
SIR JASPAR'S WARD, fo oat THE WRAITH OF TREVOR PAIK..ye ----- --- By MeS. JULIA S. HARRIS. h( CHAPTER II. 1, w I completed the purchase of the prac tice at Rockcliffe the next day and after ri this visit called at the Park as often as w my duties would permit, and always re ceived the same welcome; a warm dis play of affection from Sir Jaspar and pleased deference from his old servant.. But I made no progress towards the solution of the mystery respecting my U birth and parentage. Sir Jaspar made a no reference to the matter whatever, and in consideration of the delicate state of his health and the fact that I had t heard him say that the subject was a 1 very painful one to him I refrained from f asking any questions. iMy guardian r displayed such affection for me that I felt sure I was suffering no wrang from him in being kept in ignorance, so I re solved to exercise my patience till such time as he volunteered some informa tion. Towards the end of my third year at Rockcliffe . was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894
The Stamp Duties Act. As th'efollowing scale of duties re quired toj be paid in the shape. of stamps, which have to be attached to various documents and cancelled in ac curdance with the Stamp Duties Act, may prove of use for reference to our readers, we publish them in full. The table sets out the several documents which come under the operation of the Act, and also the value of the stamps required to be attaohed to each : BI4L4 OF EXCHANGE. Bill or Excthaige and 'rsozuisaory Naot- Where the a,nto, t or value of the . muey fur which a bill dr note is drawn exceds 4'10..0.C0,' then for every £50 of the auIount or value, and also fur any fraqtiunal part of .£L0 of such anlllollt or value ., 0.. 0 Bill of exelanue payable on demand charge able wihi, satne duty as a prouissory noste for sailll allnulnt, (Embossed stamtps muISt be used,whiola may be obtained at all PJst Ofl:es.) FiExtnwtP oss. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker it Victoria u14u1 ally other banker in Victoria llnt pal...
MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 October 1894
MEETING OF DELEGATES. A meeting of delegates in connection with the Farrell Trophy was held at Far- rell's Burgoyne Hotel, Yarra Glen, on Mon day evening last. The delegates present were :--Messrs. A. Hart and A. Harvie (Healesville), Logan and Wandin, jun. (Coranderrk), Spear and Gordon (Yarra Glen), Thomas and R. Oliver (Lilydale), and J. Hubbard (Steel's Creek). Mr. Thomas was elected chairman. Mr. W. Clements was unanimously &nbsp; &nbsp; elected secretary to the delegates. &nbsp; The rules, which were based on those prepared for the Cameron trophy last year, were then considered, and after several amendments, were adopted. The rules as revised will be published shortly. There were five clubs entered for the com- petition, viz., Healesville, Yarra Glen, Coranderrk, Lilydale, and Steel's Creek; and it was resolved that there be two rounds in the competition, and results decided by points. There being an odd club each one in turn will receive a bye, and in ...
WANTED TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 October 1894
r WANTED TO KNOW . , (BY NEUN(E.]. What has become of " Rasmus ' Has he gone to Coolgardie, or has he gone sick, or has he gone dead 1 What school did your correspondent who signed himself " One of the Short sighted" go to ?-A very appropriate signature! What is the use of having a crowded house at a social if it will not pay ex penses ?-Management ! What is long-sightedness and fore thought ?-Look at our Council Cham bers! Is not Healesville and its surround ings progressing in spite of bad times ? -Look at our Council Chambers ! If Healesville is progressing in these times of depression, what will it do in prosperous times 1-Grand place ! Look at our Council Chambers ! Is it a sign of the times, when a generous, philanthropic person offers to give a valuable piece of land, free, gratis, and for nothing, and those to whom the land is offered will not accept it?
THE SHIRE HALL CONTROVERSY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 October 1894
THE SHIRE HALL CONTRO VERSY. A correspondent has' furnished us with the following figures as a rough estimate of the cost of erecting a sub stantial, useful and credita1be building for Shire Hall and offices on the site offered to the Council by Mr. Banks: LIABILITIES. Amount of loan for 15 years... £800 0 0 Interest at 5 per cent. for -15 years = ...-T _ 7600-0 'f0 Repairs during the termn at £7 10s. a year ...... ... 112 10 0 £1512 10 0 AssETs. Land given by Mr. Banks ..1 £50 0 0 Easement granted by Mr. I Banks for drain, valued at? 25 0 0 Hall and offices erected at a cost of £800 including cod mission and sundry chargs 800 0 0 Rent saved at present rate )f £38 per annum for 15 years 570 0 0 Rent of Hall for public ent? tainments at £20 a year Jor I5 years ... ... 300 0 0 £948 0 0 Add the £300 to be paidb the Council... ... ... 300 0 0 S£1248 0 0 Estra cost to Council £214 10s., with a building which would bed credit to the Council and pointed to with pride by the ratepayers of t...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 October 1894
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, OUTOBER 19, 1894. . LAtr Tuesday brought, let us hope, to an end the most remarkable trial that has ever been witnessed in Australia. It is remarkable on account of its dur ation, its enormous cost, and the fact that, whether the defendant won or lost, he was certain to be out of pocket for an amount that may be considered a handsome fortune. The case of Speight v. Syme stands on a level from a money point of view with the cele brated "' Times"-Parnell case, with the difference, however, that the "F Times" had been, designedly led into error by one or more blackguards,, whilst the "Age" strictures had a solid founda tion to rest upon, The "Times" lost £100,000, whilst the ' Age" has been put to an expense that may be roughly estimated at £40,000; and if the re sources of newspapers are compared the loss of the "Age" may be considerede the greater of the two, But there th parallel ends, The "Times" lost, I whilst the " Age" won, but all the same its...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 October 1894
f~till Proceeding ! Immense Reductions ii Prices All iound I . h1i; ten en, GENERAL STOREKEEPER. IIEALESVILLE. First-Class Stock OF Cpoekery, Grocery, A1T STAT ION-:1 ',Y Come and See, and Judge.for Yoparsolf. HEALESVILL- NicHoLso2N STREE?i : HEALLESVILLE (Next Post Office). * 5, 5atthe v6 S?I'TTIONER, Baberoasher and Tobacconist, IR ESPECTFULLY intimates that he has lwaeys in stock every requisit neces sary to be found in a well-conducted busi ness of thlis kind. Fax y Goods, Tobacco & Cigars, Soaps s IPerfumery, Sohool Requi ites, Stationery, all kinds, Fishing Tackle, &c, English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Delivered y Or Posted to any Address, .,g AGENT FOR POULTON & OWEN'S IIOMI(EPATIIIC MEDICINES. Every Description of PATENT MEDICINES Kept in Stock, Also,.Blogg Bros' Perflumes, Try their Wattle Blossom, Baronia, and Essence of Bouquet. Local agent for Madame Demraret's Pape Patterns, A large stock of the latest always on hand,- t Melbourne pric...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 October 1894
*THFE .HEALESVILLE SHIJE DIRECTORY. oCounties-Anglesey and Evelyn. jParishes-Buxton, Glenwatts, Narbethong Stevensons, and part of iGracedile and Granton. :Pro vi nce-So u th-Eastern. M'embers of Council-Hons. Jas. Balfour, Jas. :Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson,;LL.D. iElectoral ;District-Evelyn. . Division Healesville. Member.of Assembly-E. 1i. Cameron. .Electoral District-Anglesey.. Division Marysville. Member of Assembly-M. K. M'Kenzie.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 October 1894
THI'OS$. BOONE, Nicholson Street, Healesyille. JOB PRINTING AT TE . . iV .,?PIAr OFI ;r s THE HEALESVILLE HOTEL. J.. ULLEN, PROPRIETOR. :I? HE Proprietor'respectfully intimates that Visitors and Tourists will find really od his of tablished hostelry . les,, Wnes, and Spirits of theBe Beat ads. Good .tabling under the supervision of E. Cullen. Charges moderate.: ADVANCE HEALESVILLE:,! IBMISTIEW ORDI.. A Weeklyj Newspajper Printed and Published at the Office, NICHOLSON STREET, H EALES VILLE. THm GUA1DIAN Is the Printed InA the Shire of Healesville Support and Encourage YOUR OWN NEWSPAPER For it is its bounden duty to Support and Advocate Your Rights and Interests. IS CIRCULATED IN Healesville, Yarra Glen, Lilydale, .Warburton, Marysville, Buxton, Upper Yarra, Launching Place, Eltham, .And all the : SURROUNDING PARISHES. THE :GUARDIAN is published. every1 .... ... : Friday Morning. ei :" =? BSCZRPTION: 12s ??er A u? m .m. - The P?oprietor wishes to acquaint all Tradesmien and the publi...
Law [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 October 1894
Law l.ail.iwick--Central. Police Magistrate - Mr. Jehn J. O'Mearn. Sits every third Thursday in the Justices of the Peace-E. H. Camneron, MI.L.A., D. Crichton, J. Eson, Jno. Green, E. Kidney, J. C.. Steel, and E. J. Hall -(president of the shire). Sessions--Thursday, at 10 a.m. Clerk of Courts-Daniel Berriman.