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SIR JASPAR'S WARD, OR THE WRAITH OF TREVOR PARK. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 October 1894
SIR .JASPAR'S WARD, a7] - TWII? WRAJTI OF TREVOR PARK, BY lafs. JULIA S. H4JRIS. . :OIAPTt III. I "~' r. Vivian immediately trans ferre4 Jeffries to me and most kindly saw to all the uecesssry formalities for pmy release, and he insisted on my drawing on himn for all necessary funds for my journey, No doubt but for his kind assistance my return to England would have been delayed some days. Jeffries secured two passages in the first boat that was leaving for England, but before sailing 1. telegraphed' to Gladys at her father's house tq meet me at Trevor Park oin nly arrival. "F A few days later wn reached Trevor and as I was too weak to bear any ex pitement I retired to my room, while Jeffries went to inform' my wife of my Arrival, In a few minutes he rushed in white as a-ghost. ' ' ly GQd 1 my God !' he gasped. " ' an, what is it I Tell me, or I phall go mad ? I exclaimed. And then he told me that Gladys had been mar ried t'o T? Madden, my head game keeper, sij months before, and th...
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 identify 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 — 19 October 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public andl 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 identify 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 tite Editor of the Guardian.) DEAR SIR,-The neat bit of "juggl ing with figures" displayed by your cor respondent C One of the Short-sighted" in your .last issue, stamps the gentle man at once an adept; and no doubt removes from the minds of ratepayers any wrong impression they may have had as to the advisability of the Coun cil's action in the matter of a Shire Hall site. But there are still a few of us unconvinced. Perhaps your corres pondent-a councillor, I presume will explain--Why theCouncil saw fit to pay £300 for a white elephant, with out an attempt at a rebatem...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 October 1894
The Stamp Duties Act. As the following scale of duties re quired to 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 attached to each:--: BILL OF EXCtALiGE. ', Bill of Excia.ige and 1'ruuoissory NBte.-' £ e. d. Where the amount or value of the money for which a hill or note is .traws exceeds £10000, then for every £30 of the mutount ur Lvalue, and .also for 'quy fractional part of £50 of such amount or value .. 0 1 0. hill o uexlchitige payable oil deuuian,.; elurge able with satea duty as a promiissory note for samtes aloullnt. (Embussed stamps lmuist be used.which may be obtained at all Post Offices.) ExE?IPrio:s. 1. Draft or order rIrawn by any banker it Victoria upon any other banker in Victori...
CRICKET. CORANDERRK V. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 October 1894
CRICKET. CORANDERRK V. HEALESVILLE. Owing to the match between teams selected by Dr. Baird and Mr. E. &nbsp; Cullen (captain and vice-captain re- spectively), which was played on Saturday week, not having been a de- cisive one through want of time pre- venting the completion of the vice captain's innings, it had been decided to play the match out on the following Saturday. In the meantime, however, negotiations had been entered into with the Coranderrk cricketers to come in and play a match with Healesville. It appears this arrangement had been made at the eleventh hour, and in con- sequence of the fact of the change not &nbsp; having been published, many of the players of the previous Saturday came prepared and fully expecting to play in the match as at first arranged. A good deal of disappointment was felt and disatisfaction expressed at the un- expected change. The Coranderrk team was on the ground, however, and it would have been very ungracious if the tryst had ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
CRICKET. The unfinished matcbCaptain v. -iced , Captain was contiiu/ed on Saturday :-fternoon'last. At the close of the first' day's match the score? stood i Captain's team, 68; Vice- &k tain's tean, four wickets down for 75. The latter team resuamed their innngs. The scores are .s follows : " VICE-CArAIN's TEAX. Eol and bC. M' Sweeney ...... 15 Cii gen, b Thorson ... ... .. 5 Hart, c Gibbs b'C. iM'Sveeney ... 8 Allan, a Lindupp b C. M'Sweeney 3 :iThori?ns, - b Dr. Baird 0 .Hayes, not out ... ... ... 4 (Chandler, c and b Dr. Baird ... 0 Byes .:...., .... .. 2 Total . ... ... 100 tw ling analysis :-Dr. Baird,145 balls, 7 ?iaidens, 5 wickets, A8 runs ; J. Thorson, 65 balls, 4 maidens .1 wicket, 17 runs; H?rvie, 55 balls, 5 ,maidens, 14 runs; C. M~~Sweeneyk 50,balls, 2 maidens, 3 wickets, 1 ? runs: . iCAPTAIw's TEAM. "Clhristie,, Thomas b Allan .. 20 Lindupp,,b Iqllaad 5 SThorson,.pqt:opt ,.. .. . 54 "Dr. Baird,:b Allap... ... . .2 :Phillips;c Gibbs 'b ,art.... ,,..?36 fHarvie,...
INDIGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
IINDIGESTCTION · ? may be the result of a variety of causes, debility of the digestive tract, over mental work, nervous prostratiRp, excessive smoking, tea, or spirit drink ing. At any rate no matter what the cause, the only treatment of any per manent benefit is a restorative treat ment, the remedy'must possess tonic, invigorating and strengthening pro perties.. This is not the case with any of the many purging mixtures sold as dyspepesia panaceas, and this is proved by their makers stating that the dose must be incregqed until the desired effect is attained. This is due to the hostruiim beiiig purely a cathartic, and. by continued use the stomach, liver, and' bowels becQme educated to the action of the medi?ine and it gradually loses all effect. Clements Tonic is quite distinct in its action, it 'assists digestion, promotes the flow, of gastric and pancreatic fluids, increases the secretion of bile and thus assists the bowels to throw off the waste matter; it strengthens the nerve...
V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. THE DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
V.R.C. SPRING . Mm- ING. TVE DERBY. This important event tal;. is place to morrow week, and out of the numerous noted equines named I feel inclined to place the three first horses in the race thus: Dreamland ... :.. 1 Cobbitty... ... ... 2 Bonnie Scotland... ... 3 THE MELBOURNE CUP.. The big event of the year:, which is to be -run next Tuesday: week, is as usual creating much specula tion, but J have a great fancy for every one of the following horses out of the long list: - Carnage, Reunalf, Tim Swiveller, De von, Patron, and Loyalty.; but as there is yet plenty of time I will leave ipy final selection till next weok's issue.
SPORTING NOTES. MOOOEE VALEY CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
SPORTING NOTES. (BY " STRAIGHTFIRE.") 0oooEE VALEY CUP. For the Moonee Valley Cup, which is to be run 'to-morrow (Saturday), there are five or six good and likely horses mentioned, such as Wantagong, 7st. 91b., (the top weight being Hova, 9st. 51b.).; Selim, 8sat. ; Salient, 7st, 131b.; La Gloria, 7st. 8lb..; and J5, 8st. 51l. Of these. I'w.uld make my final selection as follows :- J5 ... ... .. 1 Salient ... ... . 2 La Gloria .. ... 3
THE COOLGARDIE GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
THE 9OOLGA DIE GOLD-. FIErLDS.. The following letter from a well" known resident .of .this district, who, attracted by ,he .many glowing accounts .of the .vatness and .richness of the .Coolgardies goldLelds, recently went ,over there to try his fortune as nunm ;bers of others have done, has been very I k~indly placed at our disposal by .E. ;Nichols, Es9., of Narheto.oug, Al though the .writer gives tnything but a :favorable account of thAis now famous goldfield, the Jetter; which we have permission to publish in fezll, and which .is of course genuinely authentic iot •withstanding the fact tha, Mr. Nichols i fee!sjustified ,withholdirbg the writer's name, will o o.dauht he read with great .jnterest by our many readers:-. ,, 'O Coolgardie, Gth Octolber, 1894. " ersrs. ?~ihols Bros., f DEAR .ns,-Knowing that you.had An inclination to come over here, I thought T would write and let:you know my ,pinion of the place. .Cool gardie and ,thle fields here are not what ,hey are cracked up to b...
DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE AT YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
PR4tI4T1C PEIWORMANCE' AT yARR4 GLEN. A dramatle performance of somewhati hight merit was given in the handsome and commodious Victoria Hall, Yarra Glen, on Friday evening last. The performanpe was given under the aus pices of the Yarra Glen Amateur Dra ma ic Club, and was held in ,comme moration pof the second anniversary.of that club, the proceeds of which being devoted to charitable purposes. eanu tiful spring weather prevailing, a large number of visitors from all the sure-. rounding localities availed, themselves of the opportunity of witnessing an other performance of this deservedly popular plub, a fair contingept pros ceeding thither from Healesville; so that a very large and respectable audience pssembled on the occasion, the pretty hall being just comfortably filled. Very great credit is due to the manage ment for the complete arrangements made, and it was a wise step on their part to procure an efficient orchestra, which tended itn no small degree'to emn. hellish the musi...
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
Places of Note. Feriushaw, Black Spur, Stevenspn Falls, 1 Jthinna Falls, CGondon Falls, allpson's -ok-ot, .l Mount .-.uliet, Mount Riddell, .Iount ,iIonda, Mount St. Lenoard, Cnran derrk 'aboriginal "tation, and 'ton Rivyer told· F
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
CLEARINGE SALE Still Prnce$ting J:~mrn' se :Ite ?'sctIpis in Prices 411 Round ! . hr en ben, GENERaA1 :STOREKE PER., JIEALESVj LhE First-Class' Stock OF Crockery, Grocery; ',? . T· .TZO 2TE?'. Conme and See, and Judge for Yourself. HEAI.ESVILLE WAREHO -SI, NicIoLsoN STREET, ,,UEALES9VLLC (Next Post Office). STATIONER, HEaberdasher. and Tobacconist, R ESPECTFULLY ititnate$ that lie has j?Avays in stock ever.y reqtjsit neces sary tp. oe forid in a ell-condhucted isis pestqo f this kind. 'anoy Goods, , Tobacco & Cigars SOAPs 8 Perfamery, School Reqo isitsg, Stationery all kinds, 'ishing. Tackle, &oc. Englisl Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Delivered SOf P.qted to any Address. . AGENT OR PQULTON & OWEN'S !IUMEPATIIIC MEDICINIFS. Eyery Description of PATENT MEDICINES Krpp in Stock. Also, Blogg Bros' Perfumles. Try their Wattle Blossom, Baronia, and Essence of Bouquet. Lpcal agent for Madame Demaret's Pape "Pattpgns.. A largg stppk of the latest glways pn hand...
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
Si ealesville. . pratty mnn~cipal township; 'ith post and'telegraph andt money-order office, and savingsbyank, sitiiuated at thejunntion of . ithe Graneburn: and ,Maroondah, rivers, 39 miles east of Melbourne. Rail direct with Melbou.r.e, Healesdvlle being the termindsj -It has three large grst class:hotels and a large teipperance hoel ; Gracedale House, p handsome summer resort, is situated near the foot of: Mo6unt Jiuliet, about three miles .froin the filway station. :There are a fine state school, four churches, branch of the " Colonial Bank, court house, police station, mechanics 'institute and: free library,' a pewspaper (THE HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN) a number bf stores n an` other 'plae'es of ; 'business.: : Extehsive: recreation ' gtouids; cleared; mi ppoved. apr fenced;, also beau tiful lawn tennis court rnd. bowling green! .Troaut 'nd'bhlckfish' may' lie caught in the Siver nearti alesville,: and) gooi; .shooting , A few miles' out. The 'district is princi pally grazi'n" there ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
T'HQS. BQONLF: SP ZNicnolsou ,Street, Iiealcsvillc. JOB :PRI1NTIN. S+. . AT THE i GUAR IAN OFFIE. " .' . + +. .+ ? . . . +I;? THE, HEALESVILLE HOTEL J.' CULLEN, PROPRIETOR. --- -~ ----x c.( i goodand comfortable accommodation'at his old established.ho stelry: , . Al.es, Wines, ,and Spirits of the Best ?ragds. .Good Stabling. under the supervision of;:E. Cullmn:' Charges moderaite. ADYANCE HEALESVILLE!` " : . . . . : ....E. .. E. . [ - . . . . .. A Weelth Newspap&'r Printed and published at the Office, NIHIOLSON STRFEET, H-EALESVILLE. . - S Is the Printed In the Shire of Healesville Support iand :Encourage YOUR -OWN NEWSPAPER" For it is its.bounden duty.to Support and Advocate 'Your Rights and Interests. IS CIRCULATED IN IHealesville, Yarra Glen, Lilydale; Warburton, ' Marysville, Buxtoii Upper Yarra, Launching Place, Eltham, And 1 all ' the SURROUNDING PARISHES. TH: ,/,, 'E• GUARDIAN is 'published ev ery: I Friday ornling. The proprietor wishes t& acquiintalln Trade ...
Law [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
Bailiwick-Central. Police Migistrtte - Mr. Jelin J. .O'Meant. Sits every third Tliursday in the •nonth. Justices of the Peace-E. H. ,Caneron, :M.L.A., D. .Crichton, J. Eson, JiO, Green, "E Kidney, J. C. Steel, and E. J. Hall (president of the slire). . Sessions-Thursday, at 10 a.m. :.Clerk of Courts-Daniel Berriman.
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
lilealesville Shire. Copptituied ta shire, 39th September, 887. . Area--209 square miles. Pgpula tion;,t225; ratepayers onroll, 292. An puna1value, £12,902.; rate, s. in £. e i9 .yen.e, £2,990Q P*eeident-Ethniund J. 1.ll. . .O.Qncillorp. -,Edrln.nd J. Hil. ... Rtires, Aug., 1895 Tlrhos.Clements .. , ,, 1895 Johli Green.. . ,, 1895 Jollp Holland.'.:' ... ,, 1890 John I. Keppl . ,,. 1896 ýEdward Nichols 1891i :Stewart S!ss . ,, ,, 897 'riTos. Barton ..., 1897 john ?;Grettoi, . ,, ,, 1897 :The Couneyiltrueets at Daly's Hall on the Jast Miorl?iy iipthe month. Secretary, co!l?Ietor, valuIr, and insae~tor .9f nuisances-Chas. II. . A(;antler, Engineer--Alex. Rodgers, C.E. Health office---. r . Baird, M1.B.B.S Treasurer--.Jo Cot nish.; Dog rt istrar,-JosephI tall; Heales .ville ; Henry 'Iobinson, MaryTsuville.