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WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
ZApT Is AN AD 0 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 the people. TIhe lever of trade. Tihe ,ine that yields purfe gold it large dividends. The key-note of progress in the marchl, to success. The dealer's sure road to success A medium for the increase of That which homiis the place and enrichels the advertise r. A ,eans of communicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent meussage to intelligent people, protiting sendcr and receiver. Iersonal and public l,eneiits are :ierived from its judicious application. A iotice that brings best returns .or least money. The corner-stone of the Temple of Fortutne. The power t'hat keeps trade in 'notion. •he electric powe- cnncealing traasc
THE BISHOP OF LONDON ON HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
:TIlE BISHOP OF LONDON ON IIUSBANDPS. The first church congress which ever met in the metropolis opened proceed ings on 9th October at the Albert Hall, where 12,000 ladies (female pillars df the establishment, everyone) assembled to hear the Bishop of Lon don hold forth on husbands. It was a most extraordinary sight to see these thousands of stalwart. churchwlvoden disembarking from carriages, cabs, drags and omnibusres at South Ken sington. They came not in ones and twos, but in battalions ; and repporters . allege that they pushed and fought and swore--of course, scolded'--L whilst e crowding into the big building just like men. Before Dr. Mandell-Creighton became Bishop of, London he used to be.considered rather a promising man, an elegant preacher and sacerdotal orator. That was ere the fatal notion struck him that he was a humorist. The idea is almost always a disastrous one for any of us to conceive. But it is particularly unfortunate when a bishop is taken that way. Decency f...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
Business men should consider before sending away for printing to firms who ; ave only their own welfare at heart and lo n't care how your own locality pro .gresses, whilst thelocal printer has always to study the welfare of his own locality, by watching and recording any movement that tends to the advancement of the dis Strict as a whole. We don't blame the foreigti. printer at all, but the townsman, whose one aim should be to support local 'industry whenever practicable, and. in the 1 t ?atter. of- his printing we can prove he: ] ?. no "getr.W . ay t a. If he has his: doubts let him, gi-e us tr~a1, and a con tinaiti of his orders td us isassstred.
CRUSHED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
CRIUSHED. One!of.the smartest touring comedy companies was recently fulfilling an ei'gageinetiat,l a well known watering place, and a charming actress who ptlayed leading parts achieved a general triumph and led captive most young fellows of the town. • On a certain Imorning one of these rmitten individuals, w hose chief aim in life seemts to he to show off the latest fashions in tiep., entered the post-otlice, where, to his joy, he found the lady alone. She distressfully regarded a letter whlicn she held in her hand. The look of perplexity on her face gave the ardent swain hii; long-dcsirced opportunity. Stepping eagerly for ward, hte guahingly said, with his most rxpaiseive smile "I beg your pawdon, madam, but you appeah to be in trouhle. Can I ha;e the pleashaw of doing anything for you ?" The larly slowly raised her eyes, and ::alnmly surveyed the spoks?nan from his beautifully curled locks down to the tips of his elegant patent leathers. 'h,= younig rexquislte wa'ited in longin...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1900. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
ElW @tahiaan. PUBLITSIED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1900. GENERAL NEWS. The second round of matches in con nection with the' Knox Cricket Trophy Competition will be continued on Saturday, 13th inst., when the Steel's :Creek and Heafesville clubs will meet on the local recreation reserve. On Saturday, the 20th inst, the Spencer street Railway Club will journey up, and on Friday, 26tlr inst. (Foundation Day) the Curlews will play their annual tn?itch here., Thlere is plenty of cricket forthcoming, and players would be wise were they to get rs -much- practice as possible in, thl,: nisflnti?ei. The oppressive heat that was ex- I perienced on Monday (New Year's Day), Tuesday, and Wednesday has given place to much pleasanter weather conditions. The change took piece on Wednesday evening, when a heavy u thunderstorm, accompanied by a down- T fail of rain, made things more enjoy able. The change was preceded by a a terrific north wind, which made it I almost impossible for anyone o...
A LETTERS OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
A' lETTitE -OF ADYIIo. A 90so,1 of Erin appeared at the mony-order winidow of an Ainericai poIst-olhce aid said that ie wanted to ' sind 'some iioley to ould Oirdland." " Fill ofiut this ,aink ," aid thi erk, h Iding theiapplicant one of the forms used for the purpose. ' " An' phliwat'is tliat I" Iisked Jerry. "' It's a blanki?that every aipplichut for ;,a oney order ' must fill out--a kind of letter of advice regarding: the money order.d " i'. plt iat has a letthcr of advi'ce got, to do .wid me siundin' mo6ney to nme ould miotlher I" A: littt r of aidicc to the post niaster where. the iton.y is -to, be paid must always go with a money-order. Jerry weeint. awy fronm tlhe, window ruibhlid, and ?iystiied. After half u hiiour of painful effort at a higli dusk rovitded for, the ptibli use at one eiid: of tli rioai, ?i hI retirned: to illhe widow ut!b hianded it this leLtter of advice " to thi postrniistcar at .BSlly ca'ey " Deaer -1'Ioike-i i' touid Oi tniusl. ivgv' yez a bit av advice ...
ENTERTAINMENT AT BADGER CREEK SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
ENTERTAIN?IENT AT BADGER CREEK SCHOOL. A novel and interesting entertain- d ment was given by the head mistress, Miss Jack, to her pupils attending the above school on the occasion of the p annual Christmas vacation, which took s place on Thursday evening, 28th De- t cember. A large gathering of pupils b attended, all evidently looking forward to the pleasures ih store which Miss t Jack and her staff had provided for the evening's entertainment. One of the main attractions was a large Christmas tree, laden with all kinds of toys and useful articles, and the lighted candles gave a splendid effect to the whole. Mr. S. Sloss, Chairman of the Boardof Advice-(Messrs. H. Lindupp, junr., and H. R. Thomas, members, being also present)-occupied the chair, and addressed the pupils, remarking that they bught to lie exceedingly proud of their teacher, and adding that he hoped they would endeavor to please her, and that bMiss Jack would long be spared to them. The work of presenting each pupil w...
THE SUMMER VACATION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
Inu a recent ,nagietiie, articl, Fdvward W. Bok -givt s some. sensible advice upon.", Gointg way int.Sumtner." ,Ie points to? the uistake that, instead of a rest, and clhange, so !many }oomen and ??!,physically tired and .iil ieed of recuperation, tmdke of their vacation a " round 'of- continuous gaieiy; .evry . imounetic?vr?ned with some exciteueniit or, pleasure.. :I conseInence',: the C maOnatt hlio goeS away for a iret ? tLoiue Iiack tired -amd .wot n, out. ?r. B3ok very truly -aysy:- . We all speak' of * oing away ) when we start on a vaca tionu. lbutl most of us do rot 'go away.' 'Ooing. away' nme:as c;ttitig ourselves entirely free froiu :vcrything that has entered into our lives during thei year-awayl front thlinS whicih thave' occupied.us,. away fromn distiurh ing trouble; yiay :Iroiu. depre-ssing surroundings away fro daily self. to seek' for one'da bhest `self, away from familiar i'places and people. Such a' chiaiige micatns a chaing in ourselves, in our .thoughtS, -in ou...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
.;·?I?OTCE TO VISITORS AND' .!ii?,.:' ..TOURISTS. :Places of interest to visit in the dis-. - trict, and how-far situated : , ."Place Distance., • l i ' a .ry sv ll" e ... : .. , 2 3 (N rhethong .. . Fernshaw M allinson's took-Out . 7 Mallinson's Gully '. " 10 Condon's Gully ...4 Meyers Creek and Fclls...: .I 5. altthinna Falls ... Badger River Blacks Spur & Etta's Glen : 10 - Coranderrk Blacks Station 3,: k 3 .?°" • It. Riddell ... . . r racehurn Creek... F. . SGrieeurn Weir ... ':.? : Watts River a...01 W*att4.,eir (tp) .. :'' Mt.' Juliet (top) ..) -ii
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
A' si iK'r.:r is the -lief auxiliary- of trade -Ads ertit i. is u??of tt, rad to su.ce s but tif.ccSitsltlf. I:iriro lsomi. Siver stie your lhisiioEss .I o?W?t tl. mJy *: 5ied'.s to'it.-PI. 2 Barmm. .Ta ::,liist :trulthul part of nin6vs'paper is .'its advertisements9. -Tefi rsof . lIt? man who pays inuor `ffr 'shlp rdnt : ?thi advertising does neot knro' Iis businress . Ieruce OGLCUy. How can one -man luow What you wrI? biless you ask for it, 'o- wait you have is tell unless you ad'ertisc it ?--llurat Ilal The advertisements, whitch appear in a publia journal take Iraik saIung the most bignifican't indications of the state of society 'of that.time nitd place.-- c dteus. If' yeu advertise, it giý`ns your plaee b 'reputation arounsl ; folks ksill crowd to your warehouse and keep liveely. If you don't "want to do anything: kee as still as you can,-?- . F. Browtte. There is an abso!ite iiec.csity for adver tising; there is a great ec.getrness t. compete for attention, and no ond gets it...
AUSTRALIAN'S DEBT TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
A-'fTIftLIA'.t D?EPT TO -FXGLAN. li.:vtt:..) Io Enrtlillhmen quite rea li e how noeCrs sarv the lmpirei is to ihe cohnnis ? It id usnally the othler side of this prohletul whichl is cdnsideretd. 'I'I Empire neetht colonies, and the far-sthi tthuig comtirerd which goes Wilth l (ilolorii, hit the colonies need the. helhr of the EImplrej and they liten with kee,.n anxiety to catch the Imp erial note in liritislh sitatesmanship. If it grows faint the utilouk for thu colonies darkens. Take tite case o,f Aius tralia. Let our readers ilii',gine a popnla= lion i little ess thani iht;t of Londod secattethdr over i, continent atlmnot equal to the w\hole of Europli. It is ia continent of sunny skie-, il soft airs; and clear iandscapes ; a land of only half known mineral wealth, of wool, and wine; and wheat aind frlit, and of innunierabld Ilocks arid herds It still grow anything. It offers snclh a thlil for the growth of Ia new Ination as the world nowhere else pos sesses. There is spice "for j...
THANKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
ThANKS. to liE EDITOR OF ~iE djUARDIA I. SIR,-I wish, with your permission, to thank all those who so kindly assisted at the late affair in aid of Miss Sutherland's Home for Neglecced Children. There were so many Will ing hands that, with the exception of Mrs. Rintel, I would rather not men tion names, though, believe ime, Sir, their kindness in the matter is none the less appreciated. The amount in hand is .8 9s. 3d., to which I shall still be pleased to add any further sum sent nme, however swall.-Yours, &c., J. ROBINSON, Sports Secretary. Toolangi, January 1, 1900.
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) THE PATRIOTIC FUND. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of out- borrespondentS.) THE PATRIOTIC FUND. TO THE EDIITOR dF TItE dtUARji iv. SIR,-Now that the whole of Vic toria is taking steps to forwarcd the success of the above find, sdrely Healesiille and district will lint be ouit in the cold in this tmatter: There are a variety of ways to collect money, hut I would surge-st to the ladies and g8ntlemen wihb recently perforthed the gipsy camp ?htertaintilent that they take the mattel up and repeat their pei-formance fdi- the ftnd iii question, and no doubt the attendence would he such as to realise a grod .%urn, and ;Healesville would theii have contri buted her mite, and, with piraateb con tributions, would not he at the hottdii of the list. Hoping this matter will be taken up in a patriotic spirit, and the ball set rolling,-Yours, &c., COLONIAL. Healesville, 2/1/1900.
OOM PAUL'S IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
00)1 PAUL'S IDEA. From Mr. Howiaid Hilli~as's " Ootn Pall's People," published by the Ap pletons, w'e select a portion of an in terview, held with the Boer President by the iiuthor. Thie world-wide recog nition of Kruger'd iiatural llirdiwdness will inot suffer tliereby :-" Oir people idcreasged in nuniber, d?id as the yeaurs passed established a foiiii of ghoiern ment such as yodis ih Anierica. The British thought they were better able to govei-hi us than ied were oiirselves, and orice took our coutntry froni us. Their defeats ai Laing's Nek and Majdha Hill taught them that wie iiwere fightei-s; and they gave u5 odr iiide pedidence, and allowed ds to lie peace ably for a ntumber of years. 'They did not think the country i'aldalile edodgh to warrant the i?epetition of fighting for it. W?heri it bhecadie kndwnt all over the wor!d twelve years aigd that the most extensive goldfields ori the globe had been discovered in our ap parently w'brthlits codntF;y England became etiviouis, and ...
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
" PUNCH" PICKINGS: 0 t( It is the intention of Sir George t Turner and his party to meet the House on the 9th January with an ad~jourment motion, and Sir George hopes to get a majority or two. Then h a dissolution would follow. If that fails then a direct vote of no confidence h would follow. For they last fortnight tl have been Slogging away with their B coats off at the I-louse writing letters to stir up the country districts where ever possible against the M'inistry, for P1 it must be borne in mind tliat a diiiolti- w tion if it comes will forestall the gen- w eral election and render them hntueces sary. Count Yon Bulow, the Gerlhan a, Chancellor, in asking the Giernman Reichstag to support a bill vastly in- rt creasing the German navy, felt called ci upon to assure the world at large th-t nothing adverse to Britain was in tended, and that Prussia desired nidthing better than to be the lifelong friend of England. By the whirligig of time the Shiels Cabinet, which was turned out o...
LILYDALE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
LILYDALE SPORTS* C " f The Loyal Lilydale Lodge, lM.UT., I.).O.F., held their annual sports gathering on the Olinda Oval on New a Year's Day. The following were the results: Novice Handicap.-W. J. Fuller 1, t H. Disher 2, N. Jones 3. Sheffield Handicap.-R. Johnson 1, t B. Logan 2, F. J. Morton 3. falf-Mile Handicap.--B. Logan. Blindfold Barrel Race.-Beugan 1, Hughes 2. Bicycle Race, one mile.-R. Burnis- I ton (scratch) 1, A. M'Donald (15 yds) 2, J. Allan (15 yards) 3. Wood Chopping Contest, 18in. log. -J. T. Mahoney (5 sees.) 1, T. Good all (30 sees.) 2, J. R. Stewart (10 secs.) 3. M.U..I.O.O.F. Handicap.-V. Fer tiller 1, R..Johnson 2, F. Dalgarno 3. Bicycle Race, three miles.-L. W. Millie (45 yards) 1, R. Burniston (scratch) 2, J. Allan (45 yards) 3. High Jump for Horses:--M. L. J. Deschamp's Weary Willie 1, H. Hughes' Jack 2. Apropos of Mr. Clemeiit Scott's ex pression of the preseiit fashionable idea of the beauties 6of w?r, the follow ing paragraph from the " Catholic Times" con...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
THE VILLAGE BLACKSMITH. Gives up His Work. SICK, SUFFERED and SAVED. The Case of lMr. Wrn. McCARTHY. ('romn th!e WTindsor and Richmontd Gazette). BY OUlc SPECIeL R?TOPTEiR. Information having ,een conveyed to the GazettethatMr. McCartlhy had rcovered from A Very Serious illness, we at once detailed a reporter to maike full t ehquiries into the matter, and also to per sonally interview McCarthy himself on the subject. When our reporter arrived at McGrath's Hill, near 'Windsor, lhe found whoin he sought, powerfully wielding a sledge hammer in his forge. The way that t Mr. McCart by lifted up the heavy sledge as though it weighed but a few ounces quite astonished our reporter, for he had expccted 1 to find the blacksmnith in A Weak Statte of Health. " How do you feel, asked our reporter ." " Never felt better in my life," replied the blacksmith, and he put down his hammer and entered straight away into a conver sation. "You ask me what was the matter with me," said Mr. McCarthy, "well,...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
Qloss Soaso for Game, &U. TI' WHOLE YEAR : ALT, birds, except sparrows and minas, rno ind'igenous to Australia, and their producr (including eg. -), antelope, bce-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer upithiauurns, fan-tails, fly-catchers, greal kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpics, mar.'rie larks, owls, partridges, phea;s:ts. -:. .:s. podariue or mopokes, *-'.... s; , southern atone plovcror curlew, c.a:InowS, :'arblers, white isni.-au, Wrens. i JUNE 14 To DECEar.n 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds AUGUST 1 TU FERI;UAIRY" ' : Ptofze-winged or othpr, wild pigeons. quuil. AUGUST I to DECE.IuBERm 20." All birds known as cranes, .nch as herous, egrets, &c. ; all honey.eaters exccp.t watlo birds and leather-heads i all kingfishers other than thel laihhing jackass ;al ll mim bcrs of the grauculus, family ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, co;teli-whip-hird, cuckl'.os, ggang gan. ccockatcos, l;nclj-ril, aill itlh:...
IS CONSUMPTION CURABLE? DR. F.R. WALTERS, M.D., SAYS YES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
VIs "COS'io iPiTION "C1UiiitlfE :TI DR. F. R. WALTERS, M.D., SAYS YES. m( In his well kiown medical dictioiary iny I)r.'F. R. Walters, MD., colunenti~ng a upo\' consuiniption, makes somnie re 1 inrks particularly applicable 'to' Aius tralia, ;here this disease is of frequent a occurrence. .He says :-" Consump dc tion or phthisis is a disorder of the I lungs and other portions of the body th Ewhich'causes loss of flesl.. It has long di heen one of the most drea-ded diseases di of this country, and still is the cause of about ode fifth- of :the total deaths s every year. :Formerly regarded as in- t curable, it is now frequently arrested al or even cured by:suitable' treatment.", In support.of this the interesting case (to .theu medical world) of F. W. Byrn.s; o?f Tooler, near Melton, tnay be cited. ' This young gentleman some timie ago became a' victim 'to galloping consumption. The disease also affected a his hip so tliht he 'could not use one. 0 leg He was troubled with a per sisteu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
IEALESVILLE .- HOTEL, NL? HOLSON-STREET. THOS. BOONE, PROPRIETOR. Good Accomm*Aation. Modera.te Tarif.. Only the Best Wines and Spirits kept. VISITORS can rely on getting GOOD ACCOOMMODATION. IMEALS-ONE SHILLINGW: "T.B., whilst lhanking his patrons for past favors, hopes by civility and strict, attention to business to me.rit , a continuance of ..their patronage. .YARRA FLATS HOTEL. GOOD ACCOMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS, CYCLISTS AND STOURISTS. Good Shootinig and Fishing in Season. Horses and Traps to hire at Moderate Rates. Best Wines, Ales, and Spirits Kept in Stock. J. IRVINE PROPRIETOR, YARRA GLEN ROAD. W. H:. HOOPE , P'RACTICAL -TAILOR, MAIN - ST., LILYDA LE. A GOOD SUIT MA.Dt TO QODER FOR £2 15s. TROQJSERS -FRO.l, 62. 6d. Tir?;c-assortrnent of AUTU.1IN AID WINTER GOODS To choose from. A* Trial Solicited. 1i Healesville visited every month. Orders may be left. with ~1n. \W. J. HARLEY LOST MANHOOD Nfrrou, trDebiliy, Sc. fronm youthful folly, excesses or amy ,:s e. i;u'rauteed CUBRE. ...