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Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
Courts Of Petty Sessions. Coutt i 1Ij e' he dlducidjng'the'yer 8189: atthe iildermnentioned places, at ths hours, indVor; tht. dates Hlreinafter respectively set o,1t, viz Name of Cuurt. Irour. Nov. Dec. A.M. Heidelberg ... 10 13, 2701 11 Yarra Glen ... 9.30 22 13 [Iealesvilla ... 2.0 2.30 140 A.M. Lilydale .... 9.30 3, 10,°o 1. R 15, 17,24 22, 2 Anderson's Creek 11 200 1~0' Elthni . 11 .to 12* Quei:nitown ..I 11 6 ' 4 JFurntree Gully ... 9 28° i * Police Mighistrkte's Visits. t Licensing and wVarden's Courts. ThIi 0(Ik.nrf Courts wjil atteIId to iBHI1e! liliwnlreler S ".and other processesx %K zIndeltr :-At Yarra GIiirn On W\Vd !rsi,*ldy pruecedinig tioch Court day. At H.":ai.z-rvie : Oiin Tliurs duy pr.eediiig .v.ajc Court day. At Lilydale : Every' ?kridCy.ut ()ls~r6' of Courts.
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. 'l'aces of interest to visit in the dis trict, and how far situated Place . Distance. * Miles. Marysville ..- .., 23 Na:' eth? b . .. 14 Fernihaw . Mallinson's Look-ou ... 7 Mallinson's Giully ... 10 Condon's Gulily . ... 4. Meyers Creek and Falls... ilathinna Falls ... ...: 7 Budger River ... ... 4. Blacks Spur .& Etta's Glen .10 Coranderrk Blacks Station" 3 Mt. Riddell 2 Gracehurn Creek...... Graceburn Weir ... ... 4 'Witts River . ... ... Watts.Weir ..:. ... ... . i?t. Juliet (top) ...- . .. ':10
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
"IUIBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDA Y, DECEMBER 29,1899. IT is food for reflectibn that those nati6ns which have been famous as ath?ites-iave also excelled in the Geld of battle. We see this ? in Ancient dreece, for the competitors at the Olympian giames gereirally were amongst the ra~nks of su'ch - as hurled back the Persians at Thermopyle. Coming far down the ages, and nearer to our own titie, by comparison we find Wellington staying that ?aterloo was won on the " Eton playing fields." Some uiltra-democratic people have taken umbrage at that saying and ex claimed " Oh, yes, adoration of rank again; the officers wh6' fought at Waterloo were tihe only. ones whose fathers could have afforded to have them trained at Etoni; b`t what about the bravery of the privates-farm boys and London laborers." 'Ihe answer.to this is that Wellington took the officers not .as the whole of the army, but as a type. Indeed, althodgh the victor of Waterloo was a stern disciplinarian, he" was one of the mo...
BUXTON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
BUXTOX (From our ocwn Cnrre,'ps s.lnt.) Again our friend, '1 r. F. N;,hi , can ,e congratulattd up.,n thl spe'I . ss attained at the Duxton r:u. neerting on Boxing Day.. Mr. IIosking's bnd from Ailexandra rendered the music which, needless to say, rellects the greatest credit on that gentleman. The.day opened out in the niorning with every indication of rain, but held off till about .3 p.m., hut just as tlh Shire Plate was to be run, it cooi menced to fall and continued Intil after the races wre finished. Many people came from long distances, to witness the proceedings, but evervyour, S.eel.led to enjoy themstgi:lves dFespite, the unphleisautt conditions with which their pleasure was associated, a large.numnher. staying to the ;hall at night. Some of the plungers of the inevitable " hob bets" talked loud and howled long on account of a horse called Florry run ning off in one of the races. The stewards held a meeting and let the 'jock' off wiithout any reflection on his character. I ...
WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
W3AT IS AN AD 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 the" people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields pure gold iti large dividends. The key-note of progress in the march to success. The dealer's sure road to success A medium for the increase of business. That which booms the plahe and enriches the advertiser. A means of conmunicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligent peoplec proliting sendelr 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 that keeps trade idi motion. ?ihe electric powe- concealing traae
CORRESPONDENCE. AN APPEAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
OR. ORRSPONDENCE. AN APPEAL: TO THE EDITOI OF THE dUARDIAN Sir,-Thie Melbourne Hospital is £26,000.i debt. This debit lias riot been incurred through extravagance or milsmanage!nent, hutb. through .the necessity which is laid upon the lios pital of receiving, patients from all quarters of the colody, who are not, or cannot be, received by other in stitutions. Other hospitals may close some of their wards when funds are low, but, public opinion would not allew the Motel?ourne Hospita;l to do this. It is in fact af national institu tionlut dependent for its resources mainly on private charity. During the depression of the last few years subscriptions have fallen off, but the numbers of patients requiring ai.l have increased. The patient whlios,. sore. needs are relieved at this hospital are froin both town and country ; they are both male and female, aidolts carl children. It has been resolved, there fore, byh a nunmber 'of prodinniit I.rlies and gentleinian t hold a l iz/a'r atr l Ga...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
Hcalesville Post and Telegraph Office. Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post office savings bank open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. - Mails close for-.. Melbourne ) 10.30 a.m. and } and I Daily. Intermediate)) 7.15 p.mJ Marysville " and 9.30 a.m. Daily.,;: Narbethong J " Mails arrive from Melbourne, &c.; 9.40 a.m., 2.40 p;m.',and 7.30 p.i. Daily. . Marysvillo- . and 7p.m. Daily. Narbethong J The idea prevails that if a man is in receipt of only £2 per week and gets credit from a tradesman the amount is not recoverable owing to the protection of the recent " Scamps Act," writes the Chiltern paper. At the Beech worth court last week a man named French who did not obey a court order for £1 7s. and costs, was brought up on a fraud summons and ordered to pay the original order and costs, as well as an additional £1 7s. costs, within two months, or be imprisoned for 14 days. Although a shopkeeper can...
LAUNCHING PLACE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
LAUNCHI;NG.PLaCE RICES A race meeting was held at ' The Launch' on Boring Day. The att~nd"i ance was poor, but the fields were. fairly good. Theracing.was nort alto gether interesting, as unl nowri .lirPe were "rung in," much to the annoy ance of the punters and bookies whlo were present. Heavy rain snonewhatl marred the proceeding.s, lit the. day'.i sport passed off pleasaptly notwith standing. .The various events resulted as follow : HURDLE RACgE. Bounce . ... r High Reach ., .. 2 XAIDEbi PLATE Jess,..., ... 1 Ketchup :. OPEN:HANDICAP. Bounce .. ... King ..." .. HANDICAP TROT, Beenak .. 1i . 1 Paddy , " ... :PONY RACE. Mayflower ... .. Freedom ... ... 2 LADIES .RAiCEirT. Damper . .. . 1 Graceful . 2 For .some unexplained reason the Hack Race was omitted from the programme.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
Anv?uiTsrsurN is the chief auxiliary of trade. - Toke Advertising is not th, road to success, but success itself.-IRichardson. Advertise your busitnes : I owe all my success to it.-I'. 'I Barnum. The most truthful part of a newspaper is its adlvertisemcuits. --JtIrsisan. Tilhe man who pays more for shop rent than advertising does not know his business -JIorace Greeley. How can one man know what you west unless you ask for it, or what you have to sell' unless you advertise it ?--Murat Hal stead. The advertisements which appear in a public journal take rank among the most significant indications of the state of society of that time and place.-Dickens. If you advertise, it gives your place a reputation around; folks will crowd to your warehouse and keep lively. If you don't want to do anything, keep as still as you can.-C. F. Browne. There is an absolute necessity for adver tising; there is a great eagerness to compete for attention, and no one gets it unless it is by giving as it were...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
GAZETTE NOTICES. The undermentionred notio?..apprared in last week's " Governmennt GazPtte ": Application for the issue .of Grown Grants--Jno. Kerrigan, $14a. 3r. 9p., parish Gracedale. Permits to occupy issaile to approved applicants,-Willia?i Jqhnson, 17a. a"r., parish Warburton: Ex-Premier Turner is eIpectd td hie back a'gain in office so, oon thati last week a svaggish civil servanit 'hung on the door o'f Turnier's old ronni at tlie Treasury a prTitLtedI c:d i ( Out. Back in 10 mibe uteo.' The caril WS, put upl, before 1 n? Preuier MI'eae, took pos session.
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
EXTRACTS FROM GAM3i AND FISHERIEs AcTa. ý'54 Viet. 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 G.-Do. do. native game during close season. P'enalty--£2 in addition to ba for eacb bird or animal. Clause7.-Buying, selling, o- knowingly hkving in possession, house, or control, any inmported game or native gamS e during close Cea:sn. . Penalty-Imported gaime, £5 and lue of bird or animal ; native game Clause S.-Taking eggs out of or destroy ing nest oG imported or native game, or hav ing eggs in possession. Penalty-10s. each egg. Clause 11.--Laying pison for or poison ing game. Penalty-£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 54 Vict. No. 1093. clause 35.-Taking,, seIling, orexposing for sale any fish during close season for such fish. Penalty-Not - -. t a?.n'2. and forfeiture of fish.
PRESIDENT KRUGER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
PRESIDENT -KRUGER. al Stephanus Johannes Paulus Kruger, cl President of the Transvaal,, is an in-' teresting public character, writes one ti who lies seen him recently." Upon. t being . introduced' you first :conclude c that hie has been greatly "over-esti- g mated. He e'seems nothing more than r a shrewd old hunter, who, by constant I contact .with wild. animals-and, savage ' Katlirs, has developed-a wariness that t makes him suspicious of- everything I and everybody. His legs'are so short I and slender thliat you. wonder how they . lear the weight of a heavy, thick, and t solid body. His head ýis big, and his ' neck' is. concealed by beard, hair,'and' coat collar, so that you cannot deter mine whether or not, he indulges .in neck wear.. At hom'e le :is usually pufling a shart briar pipe, and as he ,handles this'you notice that the thumb of his left hand is- missing. - When Kruger was a young man, he was-out .lIuutingone day with:.a Trifle that bad 'not been used for a long. time. ...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
C01CIJGa NOTES, r,.Lt w,,ek ,. re.trkel on the hse .n, of ,ne«,' fro,, thie WVhite 1'`] y i? l rty, an .I .. , i,.ed at the time that the twv overlanders li'a. p,.ssed through I I ili' (W..\) without reporting their Itmovn(eni.t. This sup positio now tlurns io, to ie cirrectl for the followia wir,, ki:tS receivedl a wiek lack :-" I i'., Creek. Arrived here yesterdlay. \VW found the roads viry rouIgh. The road from the Katherine to V icoria l)owns is a itwvork of cereks, hut we catle through without inuch liiticulty. "We were caught in a tIllundrstormn, and we are not, alxiolus tino meet another. We were att:tcknid Icy hluiks in a gorge Ibetwv'nil \-tnrelita 1)owIs and the police depot. It was a very narrow ?prge, aiil in omen plcalcs alino:it mellt overhead. The ilatcks hIappeared on .the hills shaking their spears in aL threatening mlanler. \\e Lired at thiem, keeping them at, a respectful dis tance. Getting :a good road vwe soon ?left them, but found further down that we had not q...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
GENERAL NEWS. As is' our custom, we present our readers this issue with a brand new almanac for next year. We will not say anything of the cost it entailed. Post it up in a conspicuous place, so that everyone might see it. It will he handy, and at the same tinle act as e.r ad?ertisccrent for ut. The question of a mail service be. tween Woodspoint and Melbourne, via Healesville, is a matter that is likely to occupy the attention of the Postal authorities at no very distant date; in fact, only recently they iad it under consideration, in response to a petition from residents of 31atlock for a mail service throtigh lealesville to the metropolis. On that occasion, how ever,; t has found that the cost could not be brought down to a level witlh the present service, which goes by way of Jamieson to Melbourne, owing to the Yarra Track road not being in a fit state td allow of a coach coming through in quicker time than the other route, and at a corresponding out lay. This obstacle is now on...
YARRA GLEN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
YARRA GLEN RtCFES. The aninual meeting of the Yarra Glen Race Club took place on Boxing Day. The morning broke fine, but just prior to starting the firist race rain ;commenced to fall, and continued throughout the afternoon, making the course very heavy, and greatly marred the enjoyment of the crowd who as sembled to witness the. afternoon's racing. Owing to the slippery nature of the course spills were rather numerous. The assistant secretary (Mr. Richardsoni) had a tremendous amount of work thrlowr on his hands owing to the race cards not coming to hand, but he succeeded in c~tting things off without a hitch. Dr. Kil patrick: only had one close finish to judge, and that was in the Yarra G'len Handicap, in which Fast Lady just beat Cyclist by half a head, the other events being won rather'easily. Mr. Farrell succeeded in getting the fields away on pretty even terms in nearly '(Clerk of Scales), and J. G. Yates (Clerk of Course) performed their du ties in a very satisfactory manner....
HEALESVILLE TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. NEW YEAR'S DAY, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
HEAL'ESVILLE TURF CLUB. ANNUAL 1E1E TI\G. -NEW YEAR',S DAY, 1900. Hereunder appear the handicaps:- HURDLE RACE. Open Handicap of 8 sos. Two miles. .- . st. lb. J. Irvine's ch gBIKE, ' °years, pink body, =hite sleeves ...12 7 J. Lithgow's br -g CYCLIST, aced, all red? - ...10 3 IMrs. C: Ry.a m b .DDAWN,:5 years, cerise and g0o'a ...10 3 C. Caih's bi m GGLEN BELIE,) aged, rid jacket, ,1tiik cap 9 10 HANDICAP~ Po ' iRACE. 13. 2 and under, of 5 Vs." Firsi; 4 :sovs.;.second, 1 sov. 5 furlong? * " st. a tb. J. Ewart's.i: bg FREEDOM, ., pale blue, white sasll .. 94 W. H. IEvians'.hran MAB, cream jacket,:pink-sash,-cream cap 9 4 G. Privett's bm in MELBA,,aged, white, yellow band . ... 8: 7 .W-.,Joyc'as,b, g THU NDER- , :..1. Altct Eg.d.? g TH1E? i -- :A1 . whbite ilack cl'.. 7 12 C. 3. Seacei.'sk. hr' -t ',LOVE " LIGHT, iaged, blu)l.andiold 7 12 F. Becker's r inm. GLENISTER, .-pinki ... 7 11 J.' M'Guiuness' ch m LITTLE' NELL, white, red a?iii hand 7 11 B. Whittenbury's blk or ihri LOTTERY,5...
FROM THE "BULLETIN." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
FROMI TH? E "BULLETIN." Australiani,papers last week printed an .elaborate cable to, the effect.. that Earl De :La, Warr (Hooley's friend), 'son.ii-law of 'Lord Brassey,' was nearly shot,,'at the. battle of Modder River..: Nearl~,l It "i thuis that the real horrors of war are brougfht home to Ais. :Ind.i recent .Sydney divorce case the, petitioner caused some amusement by declaring that she only wanted to be treated ! like a ,man.' When the pre sent.. scribess was a child, she was shoved off the Wonien's :Rights ques tion by. the. warning.that, if bhe be haved like a man she would be treated like a man. But,. since then, the woman-world in .general has discovered that thisd is exactly what it. wants. Wieni .men. treat .,women a well as. they treat each .other,, the .Aijllenium may be looked for in short order. Book ?rcadian Cole,, of Melbourne;: has developed an extraordinary pen chant for monkeys. .He is said to be :writiig a.work on th$e subject,, and, to get.,inspiration, h... st...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
Close Season for Game, &c. THE,.IiOLE .YEAR : AL.L birds, except sparrows and minas, 'not, flniigenous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), kantelope, bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer. epithianuras, 'fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis Jyre-birds, magpies, magpie - larks, oWls, partridges, pheasants. .. .s,' podargus or-mop6kes, -f'. L. a sh, sofithern stone :plover or curlew, siwallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. JuNE 14 To DECE3MBER 20 :. Black swan, dmu, wild geese of all kind s ' Avous 1 TO FEBRUARY 28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons.' quai -, . AUGUST 1 'to DECEMBER 20. - -All birds known as cranes, such as herous, egrets; &c.; all honey-eaters except: wattle birds and leather-heads; all kingfishers -.other than 'the laughing *jackass ; all mem ibcers of' the' grucnulus fainily ; avocet, bittern,' blck c6ekattoos, coach-whip-bird, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, 'a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
.?sv . . S• a.t . l . Guardian J :: OB "P NT SGuardian' is published every FRIDAY - ia The&j ra1'ardias locl lse . fri : i : local industry. ad rith't .eatess6 sup .r satoeg ' : b r ,. . LOST MANHOOD er"nou- t'.rbilir.y, c . Irou youthful foil), xcpresse or ti :)- t. uarantered :UILE. A r.?rat Scientsle .h.cveryl'! y allatonl y. Book posted free, sealed. To . rrttr? i'te,| .nt-, l.,tin? m riaso -, to tie iiarrisl, in rd-ltg, ,.d old, this boolk is invalualrle5, orntilt gut r[he Wayofy-lic to those nflllorunte sutferen to w1.o Io?rei is but lrhlteolu tormteut:rtn dreotl, life a torture, -tnm; :rtr- ,a !da-k.,-- Write rOlti-F.SSORt J;. -_t;I55- r?-,?' cut:er; "l :i' ,.v.:?'P',,r,-,.- . . V Toman's Salvation. The irii s' wellare wvithin her own control. Book .r4st.d free. It will teach you more alRoult pIreveltil: a tes i£litt?res than all the years you've lived. Write rovr. I IItEL' MANN. 41 Collins Ilace, l.llbourne. . L t a--rers d':ZDehlity, Loss o Saithooi. c...thbill ,tam...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 December 1899
Heaiesville . B. Jakery I AND l Cash grocery: C( n, AM. WADE EGS to inform the residetus of C . Heasvlle.ile and .urroundiii dis trict that having PURCHASED Tilt A13OV BUSINESS F .rom F. Rudduck, they solicit a con tin'.nce of the custom hitherto ac corded-the Store aid' Bakery. They can protnise that All Orders shall have their Best . Attention. . Nothing but the BETf GOODS :: ept. 'FAMILIES WAITED, ON FOR ORDERS. SHIGHEST PRICES GIVEN FOR ALL ICINDS OF FARM PRODUCE. 'Catering fo'r Balls and Paities. A. Trial Solicired. MI. WADE, 'GETNERAL GROCER AND BAKER, -Nicholson Street, ' TIIAtESVILLE. THE The Only Genuine ' HERBAL REMEDY - For all Diseases of the Blood. VITADATIO VICTORIOUS OVER YELLOW . JAUlD!CE AND !NERVOUS DEBILITY. St. Arnaud. 30th August, 1899. :i\r. S. A Palmer; Australasian Agent for "Web efts itadatio." S Dea Sir With elings of gratitude and pleasure -I desire tp give rty teitimonu to the won 'derful p?wer of "WEBIBER'S VITA DATIOt is "a curative agent. I was :terrib...