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HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 30TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
IEALESVLLE SIIIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 30TH JANUARY. Present :-- COrs. Sloss (president), Boone, Crowlihy, Furmiston, Keppel, M'Oretton, Nichols, and the secretary, Mr. Farquhar. Upon councillors taking their seats at the table, the president rose and re ferred in lamentable terms to the de mise of her late Majesty the Queen. They were well aware how the nation mourned the loss of their Sovereign, who had embodied in her all the virtues of a good mother, a wise coun sellor, and queenly woman. Had it not been for the adjournment from the previous day, lie intended to ask councillors to adjourn until after the funeral as a mark of respect to the de ceased lady. However, he would like to see a minute recorded in the books expressing the heartfelt sorrow of councillors at the death of the Queen, and would move accordingly. Cr. Crowley remarked that he agreed with the president regarding what he had-spoken-of their late Queen, whom, .he>-considered, had been the greatest monarch that e...
The Healesville Shire Directory [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
The HIelesville Shire Directory -o Counties-Anglesey and Evelyn. Parishes-Buxton. Glenwatts, Monda, Narbetliong, Stevensons; and part of Gracedale and Granton. Province-South-Eastern. Members of Council-Uons Jas. Balfour, Win. Knox, and J. C. Cainpbell. Electoral District -Evelyn. Division ltealesville. Member of Assembly-E. II. Cameron. •Electoral District-Anglesey. Division --Marysville. Member of Assembly-3M. K. M'Kenzie. ...
A GOOD BUTTER AVERAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
A GOOD BUTTER AVERAGE. -o Some interesting particulars of dairy experiments are given in a recent re port of the Ontario Agricultural Col lege, the following notices of which ap peared in the " Dairy ":-- Twenty milch cows were kept in the dairy herd attached to that institution last year, and of these, one-- a Jersey-gave, during the season, an aggregate yield of 398 lb. of butter, as against a yield of 178 lb. obtained from another mem ber of the herd-an Ayrshire. Both these cows had been in milk fo" it-h whole season. The yearly average butter fat contained in the milk pro duced by the .Jrsey worked out 4.16 per cent., whereas in the case of the Ayrshire it only amounted to 3.28 per cent. One of the poorest milkers in the herd was a Jersey, which produced only 440 gal. of milk in the year, but as this cow's milk contained over 5t per certt. of fat, her butter record for the year worked out to the very good average of close on 300 ibs. Curiously enough, the largest weight of milk ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
Mitchell and Hurlstone, Produce and Timber Merchants, Chaff Cutting and Grain Crushing Mills, NICHOLSON-STREET, HEALESYILLE. ALWAYS OAT SALE- N Chaff, Maize, Oats, Peas, Bran, Pollard, Barley, Potatoes, Straw, .c. FLOUR AT SPECIALLY LOW PRI[CES. Bonedust, Vegetable Seeds, Fruit Cases, Superphosphates, Lawn Grasses, Raspberry Buckets, City Council Manures, Pasture Grasses, Strawberry Boxes, Blood Ma.anu.res. Fruit Trees. Export Cases. tl Hlorse and Cattle Medicines. h aDPtS' MATERIAL- Hardwood and Softwood Timber of all sizes. Lime, Hair, nud Cement in ainy quantit;es. Galvanised Iron, Ridging, Spouting, etc., etc. Liniig, Weathe.boards, Mouldings, etc. T. W. STOR'Y' Manarg . 1Reconst7'ltctionT of the. Boot a,.d Shoe Hospita fro07 CiRED1T "to. STRICTLY CA1SIH Prices. OaST YOUR EYE .OVEEi THIS "A' D ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTION- Did you Ever Get Boots & Shoes so. CHEAP in Hea~esville 'Before ? W. J. HARLEY Is SELLING BOOTS &: SHOES below MELBOURNE PRICES for CASH ONLY. Th...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
CYCLING NOTES. A fine 6-horse power motor car has just been built in Melbourne by Mr. H. Sutton to the order of a Melbourne gentleman. The whole of the car has been constructed locally, the driving motor also being the invention of the builder. The car is capable of com- fortably carrying four people and is geared to drive 15 to 17 miles an hour on fair roads. The advent of this car marks a new era in motor construction, for if it successfully fulfils its inven- tor's claim, then Mr. Sutton's motor will play an important part in Euro- pean motor cycles. The machine is driven by ordinary kerosene, and it is claimed that it leaves no unpleasant smell when treated by the Sutton patent. An experimental tour will be taken by the owner and designer at an early date throughout the Western District (Vic.). The body of the car is built on purely American lines, and is fitted with the 2½-in. Dunlop pneu- matic motor tyres. The cost of the car is between £350 and £400. A big six days' contest-...
"I CAN'T EAT." FOOD DISTRESSES ME. MY CLOTHES FEEL TIGHT AFTER A MEAL. EVER TRIED BILE BEANS? THEY WILL CURE YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
"I CAN'T EAT," -0 FOOD DISTRESSES ME, MY CLTOTHES FEEL TIGHT AFTER A MEAL, EVER TRIED BILE BEANS.? THEY WILL CURE YOU, How many times the above conver sation has taken place between a sufferer and a sympathising friend who really knows that Bile Beans will un doubtedly cure the disagreeable symp toms, which, of course, only come from a disordered stomach and a sluggish liver. Bile Beans are not like other medicine, they not only relieve the bowels of all foul offensive matter, but the liver's action is regulated at the same time and the stomach's tone re -newed. Food is digested, good red blood manufactured, and good blood means good health, and good health means happiness, a clear head for busi .ness, an absence from bursting head aches,.a. capacity for enjoynient, and: lastly, it is a relief to our friends who have seen us. going around with .a bili ous, sour, disagreeable. look, and who have had some .very. sharp and short answers from us when we had.one of ,our bilious turns, Bi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
The " Heatesville Guardian " WSI1VPALErR AND GENERAL -PRNTING WORKS, CASTELLA - S'L ttEE1T, .-. Z~?EALESV[LLE. JOB PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE ON TLIE PREMISES With Neatness and Despatch. -: 0: The " Guardian" is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First Mail. This Journal advocates local interests, and the fostering of local industry. It condemns the pracQce of.supporting foreign labor, To . dvertisers ;and Subscribers. THE " GUARDIAN " a Is NOow t PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY a MORNING ti Instead-'of Saturday, as formerly. tl U ADVERTISERS PLEASE BEAR o THIS IN MIND. w p tl fi 10ose Season for Game, &o. TH: WuoiLE YEAR : ALLr birds, except sparirowis and minas, not p indigenous to Australia, and their produee t( (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. tl tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, it epithiaduras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis 9i lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasant...
Setting Out Fruit Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
Settlng Out Fruit Trees. In setting out new fruit gardens or prchards the County Gentleman advises that the following rules he observed: select a good soil, where trees naturally grow well, thus securing natural advan tages. Plow deep, and if cultivated with hoed crops for a year or two previously all the better, and pulverize well. Lay put the lines in straight rows. In taking up the trees from the nurs ery, see that roots are taken up a foot long, to hold them firmly without staking. Let the holes for receiving the roots of the young trees be so wide and deep as to place the roots an inch or two deeper than before and to give themi abundant room without bending. Cov er the newly set roots with finely pul verized earth, pressing it well and leav ing no cavities nor interstices among .them. Never hill up the earth around ,the trees, but keep it level, clean and mellow. On good level farm ground never plant the trees of a permanent or chard nearer than 33 or 35 feet, and it is often ...
A POPULAR ACTRESS. MISS MAUDE RAYNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
A POPULAR ACIRESS. -o MISS MAUTDE IAYNOR. Few professional actresses are better known in lithe Commonwealth than Miss Maude Raynor. When a reporter called st her residence, Russell-street, Rosatala, Alberton (S.A.), she told with charming courtesy a.little of her life. " I am nineteen," she said, " and have already travelled extensively. My first long tour took me all over Europe, then I came to Australia, and have since travelled all over the Colonies. But until recently, the pleasure I felt in any success I achieved, was saddened by ill health. About four years ago, probably through over study, I grew anemnic, and later became a .ictim to neuralgia of the heart, I had terrible pains between the shoulders, and I suffered from indiges tion, throbbing headaches, hysteria, Miss AMAUD RAYNOR (The Popular Actress). p dpilation, faintness,, and hot and cold flushes. Mlly eyesight often be came quite dim and I was sometimes too weak to move. Attacks of retch ing occurretd, a thick fluid b...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1901. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 February 1901
PUBLISIIED FRIDAX. MORNINGS. FREDAY, PEBRUARY 1, 1901. GENERAL NE EWS. To-morrow (Saturday :being the day fixed for the funeral. of her late Majesty, Queen Victoria, will ge. ob served in the State. of- Victoria as a day of mourning. The busi7 ness establishments in Healesville will remain open this evening till 10 o'clock, and the public. are asked to assist them by making their purchases to-day and this evening, as the shops will not re-open till Monday. There will be no postal or telegraph business transacted; and.no mails despa?ched or ireceived. In connection with the funeral of Her late Majesty the Queen, on Saturday, it is as well to announce that. Mr. Mathieson the Railways Commis sioner has decided that the ordinary time tables on the various Victorian `lines shall not be commuted or altered in any way, so that the ordinary trains from both provincial, centres and sub urban stations: will be run as. usqal. The Rev. G. Watson ofs Yarraville, willt conduct a service in St. Jo...
Good Medicine for Children. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 February 1901
G. ii. idi fn)e - .Ci?=tr'n. If you iiave a h:Lby ii the house you will wish to know thei hest way to ho;Ik any unusual looseness of the howeis, or diarrhoea so cotm: on to small cthildren. O. P. \. Holiday, of Dieming, ind., who has an eleven months' old child, says: " Through the months of Juno and July our baby was teothing and took a running off of the lowe Is and sickness of the stomach. Hiis I,owels would move from fEve to eight timcs a day. I had a bottle of Chan lerlain's . olic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a te.spoonful of water and he got better at once." For sale hy IMrs. Munro, agent, Heales vifle; ,W. J. Da'born, agent, Yarra if PjI.
MISS BROWN WAS BILIOUS. A VICTORIAN VICTIM. CURED BY BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 February 1901
-o A VICTORIAN VICTIM, CULRED BY BILE DEANS FOR 1IL1OUSN, ESS. lI i ,ist prvasl-,t disorder in the unit r ' .-' is iliusir ` ss. it is .al(e to i?sv thlit 50 out of every hund!red people, tlio world over, su f-"r from that unenviable coipl:aint. A person st?erir.g' from , ili?usne s once never wants t ',et a repiti:in;: of that dis. ordr. !i it one- of ti:. `wor , t of nal c;ea1 ,',in . eiop!le t! v to d ctor h,.;,- .(i s l'ist, ,u nd f.iling thli th fly to one or 1111)'e of the thous.- :li ,on ,t ic .ts hr ttl-d an and h ,lhl-le "cr-ie liou.ne-s." t?? the.,,, lgain ther. arr those who h.!ieve th}-t the frticular cla-s of Iilioussnes from which they su.f.. is it ra!tt le, . uan th:t,' settle dcvn convin' el that it wili ali:bile with thn as long as they li',. No.v tiha:t is a mist.-e. 'No t:itter how sevr'ieiy the p,:tteiot ,igIhit he i-oli>itg!!i from Itit iu isnmi'-s, Bi t Beains I ill b, in? :I; out a qutic: and plerina Bnot ecre. 'T'he, prtlp:'ietors do not claimi for their u...
It Saved His Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 February 1901
It Saved His Baby. M" 'y baby, was terribly sick with the :diarrhoea, we were unable to cure him with the doctor'a assistance, and as a last resort we tried Chamberlain':, Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mr. J. H. Doak, of Williams, Qre. "I am happy to say it gave iinalweiate re. lief and a complete cure." For sale. by Mrs. Munro,agent, Healesville; and W. J. Dawbcgrn, agent, 4atet ,.O~er,
A Minister's Good Work. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 February 1901
A Miinister'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, of Emporia, Kan. " ly 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 called 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 ruining off so lpng that it was almost bloody flux" I asked him if he had tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea femedy 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, agent, ...
HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 February 1901
I-IE ALES VILLE. A pretty municipal township, with post and telegraph and money-order ontice, and savings bank, situated at the junction of the Gracchurn and W\Vatts rivers, 3;1 imiles east of Melbourne. hail direct with Mel hourne, hlealesville being the terminus. A popular resort for visitors and tourists. It has three large first-class hotels, Grace dale House, a hanilsm:ne sitIl ner resort, is situated near the foot of Mlunt ,luliet, about three miles from the railway sta tion. There aie a line state school, four churches, branch of the Ciolonial IU;tnk' court holse, police station?, ilectitanics' in stituto and - free library, ta itewslaper '(ealesville and Yillrra (_len G(,tttut tlrh), a i nuber of stores, and other places io busi pess. Extensive recreation grottuds, aki beautiful bowling green and lawn te nni and croquet courts. Trout and bltackilsh may be caught in the rivers near IIhalcs ville, and "good shooting a few wiles out. The district is principally grazing ; there ...
BOWLING. HANDICAP (BOWLS BAG) TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 February 1901
- I VYW LI NG. HANDICAP (BOWLS BAG) TROPHY. On Friday last., Bull (4) defeated Boone (7) by six points. Scores Bull, 31; Boone, 25. On WVdnesday afternoon H rley (scratch) defeated J. J. WVilson (3 be hind). Scores-Harley, 31; Wilson, 27. On the same afternoon, Harley defeated Boone by 13 points. Scores -Harley, 31; Boone, 18. Following is the position of players: Played. Lost. Won. J. J. W ilson ... 6 ... 1 ... 5 1. Shaw ... 5 ... 1 ... 4 WV.J. Harley... 5 ... 1 ... 4 T. Tevlin ... 5 ... 2 ... 3 G. Wilson ... 4 ... 2 ... 2 R. H. Bull ... 5 ... 3 ... 2 G. S. Matthews 3 ... 2 ... 1 J. Boone ... 5 ... 4 ... 1 Dr. Baird ... 2 ... 2 ... 0 S. Sloss ... 3 ... 3 ... 0 The handicaps and first round of .rtat?les for the president's trophy will be posted at the green to morrow.
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 February 1901
1MARYSVILLIE. A .picturesqrue rposal.l, townhip on the Stevenson river, 6( miles ea.st of Mel bourne. Coaches leave Ilcalesville daily for Marysville, the road passing over the far-famned Blacks Spur. The scenrery rat Marysville is. extremely pretty ; the ttetvenson Falls are two miiles distant, and "Tomry's 1end "' and Curtmnerlantl Urreek are near. It has two good hotels, state school, police station, and two stores. 'Fli `"di.trict is pirnely r. : i. I,