Elephind.com contains 1,945 items from Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
A TELL-TALE CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
A TELL-TALE CLOCIK. Ex-Govtnor Connell, of New York, used to tell a story at his ownl expense. It, seemsthat when in office, at AlIanty, he would somei'times returtn honme !at at night., after his Lettr-half had retired, and when she asked him what time it was, would answer, " About tw- elve," or " A little after midnight." One night, insteiad of making the usual inquiry, she ~.tsaid, " Alornz,, I wish you .. ould stop that, clock; I anntot .sleepl for itts noise." All ut u':;Jiciou: , hlA stopped thi pendultm. in the omortitig, while dressing. Mrs. Connell intquirr-d, artlssly, "Oh, by the way, what tie, did you get hornet' " About nidnl?ght,' replied the Got?ernor . Alo.izo, look at that clock !" The h.nds of tle clhck pointed to 2.30. Tb Gnovernor wat crushe-l. 'iWhat is the ditTe'rre?cI e hlt wCei a gccer's coutt.-r anid thr si-a -0t-O . ti.a pa ir of e'-i.;t., antd sr,_t-, thl .tiler e, raL-..t-d rms sod ;s.
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
i `' aw Relating to Newspapers. '? ? ~'Subscribers who do not give' express S:notice to the ctintrary, are considered as : ,.ishirigto contirine their subscription. '" ,:l2..If subscribers order the discontinu ' ane "df 'their periodicals, the publisher m t ay continue to send 'them until arrears dre paid. - :. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to , i. keperiodicals from 'the oftice to which s rti;ty t re directed, they are held responsible n- . . they have settlcs their bills, and -ordered the. periodicals to'be discontinued. , If subsciibers imove to other places t::~ out in4riuing poublishers, and the papers.are sent to their former direction, the'subscribers are rseponsiblh. 5. The coutirs have decided that " re fusing to tike periodicals- froni the office 'or removing or leaving themn uncalled for is prima facie evidence of "iiteational fraud." ' 5. T-f subserihers pay .ia-ndnce f' tperiodicals, they are bound-to- give nooP, 'to the publisher, at the end of the time, that the...
FROM THE "BULLETIN." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
FIt6,A TIlE ' DULLETIN." :o: f The wife of an exciteable Irishman , in Raspheray Lanid lately discovered a snake prospecting her milk dis.hes, c whereupon her husband armed himself I with a club, and proceeded to argue with tle sarpint. As the assault and l batter' proceeded they were surprised s to see a lump rising in the reptile's in nerds, which? appeared to keep growing to the music of the whirling stick. c \Vhen he reckoned the reptile was about defunct; Pat held a post mortemu. Result--7)lbs. solid butter. London "Times " says the infoi-ma tion which led Methuen to fight the Boers at Magersfontein "was delibe- a rately false." That only proves that the Boers eice playing the game strictly. It is the business of every general to mystify, .:islead, and sur prise his opponent if he can, and it is t the business of the other fellow to take care he is not mystified and misled. War isn't run on pure George Wash ington principles. It is the biggest deceit of all the ages, and is not...
HEALESVILLE TURF CLUB RACES. OFFICE BEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
HEALESVILIE TURF CLUB RACES. OFFICE BEARERS. .Pi'esident: Mr. J. Banks. Vice-President$.; Mr., W. Knox, M.L.C., 'and Mr. John Munday. Stewards : Messrs. T. Tevlin, 7. G. Chandler, J. G. Christie, M : alor, and G. S. Matthews. Judge: Mr. G. F. Syme. Starter: Mr. G. Anderson. Clerk of Scalds: Mlfr. C. *ff Alexander: Clerk of (ourge M. 3r. M. Hanley. Handicapper : Mr. G. Vowles. The anfiual meeting of the above l'Ti *as held in Banks' paddock on New Year's Day, under conditions of excessive hideat The day: was a verit able " 'brickfielde-," but;' notwithstand ing, a steady stream of vehicular and g edestria't traffic coni?enced to make for the. course about noon, and by the time the first race was commenced, the attendande was well ii cdmnparisoh with that on previous occasions. It Ikwas'"quitea holiday croslil( ` nd hery-" 6ne had apparently vested, themselves with that-?ocial spirit which so mani fests itself in crowds similarly congre gat~dtl 6n our many Victorian .race courses. Eve...
TOOLANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
TOOLANGI. -- --:o:- (From our Correspondent.) The clerk of the weather was in deed gracious to us on Friday last, for a finer day for our contests could not have been chosen. A slight delay took place at the start owing to the neces sary timber not being on the ground sooner, caused by the humbugging of the bullocky engaged to do the work; but once the programme commenced very little delay was observable. All the matches were confined to local talent, and as much zeal was displayed as though the stakes had been for large sums of money. The splitting niatchl was particularly keenly contested and excited the greatest amount of interest among the onlobkers, of whom there were a very large number iti attend ance. Many of those present were greatly surprised at what can be done with bush tools wheii handled by the class of competent men who competed in the different events. Appended is a list of the programme with the re sults : STANDING BLOCK, 18in. qho? First prize, 17s. Od. j second, ...
BUXTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 January 1900
BUXTON CASES. From bur Correspondent. The above races were held on Box ing Day, ahid wveie a great success. Rain fell diiiiig the afteirnoon, but not enough to render the course slippery. An unpleasant incident bccurred dur ing the day. Florrie; who was backed to win the Shire Plate, ran wide at the home turn; and lost a couple of lengths, but answering gamely to the Whip and spur, succeeded ih igeting on even terms with Dollj, and a fine race ensued. Florrie swerved just before reaching the winning post; and ran in side, and lost the race. Some of the sports (1) who had backed her to win a few shillings hooted and yelled for the stewards to rub the rider out. These officials, in ordei tb give him a chance to clear himself, called him before them. After fie _~inutes.de liberation the stewards declared theru selves perfectly satisfied that the mare was ridden to win, and the running off purely accidental. This did not give satisfaction to the " sports who lost their tin," and on Flor...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900
Business men should consider before sending away for printing to firms who have only their own welfare at heart and 'don't care how your own locality pro Sgresses, whilst the local printer has always to study the welfare of his own locality, by watching and recording any movement that tends to the advanccment of the dis trict as a whole. We don't blame the foreign printer at all, but the townsman, whose one aim should be to support local industry.whenever practicable, and in the inatter of his printing we can prove he hba no" get-away" at all. If he has his doubts let him give us a trial, and a con tiniance of his orders to di is assured
WEAK, WEARY WOMEN. HOW YOU SUFFER THIS WEATHER. ENERGY AND AMBITION GONE. THE ABOVE ILLUSTRATES MELBOURNE MOTHER'S CASE AWHILE AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900
W~EAK, WEARY WOM.?EN.' HOW YOU SUFFER THIS WEATHER. :-. ENERGY AND AMBITION GONE. THE ABOVE ILLUSTRATES A MELBOURNE MOTHER'S CASE AWHILE .AGO. Summer means agony and suffering to most Australian mothers and sisters. Debility fol!ows the wake of loss of ap petite. and languor. Complications peculiar to the sex always crop up if the system loses tone, and the inevitable headache, throbbing in the temples, heart palpitation, dizziness, and other female ailments run :riot in the body. Mrs. Laura James, of No. 2 Rae-street, North Fitzroy, Melbourne, detailed her sufferings to a reporter of the "North Melbourne Gazette," as follows:--"For quite ten years," she began, "I have .been a sufferer from indigestion and 'be ehnduring agony if I.; had not had the good, fortune, to ^!have: tried Bile 'Beans. . And I can honestly say that a person suffering as I long suffered would be much better dead than alive. No 'food agreed with me. Even liquid nourishment made me suffer greatly, I dwindled awa...
BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900
BEFORE THE MAGISTRATES. A pathetic little, drama was once enacted in a court of justice. A poor needlewoman was charged with steal ing two sovereigns, from her-employer. Her defence was that, while waiting in her employer's house the child in her arms, unknown to her, was attracted by the sigh of the glittering gold on the mantel shelf behiind her, :and lean= ing forward over her shoulder, hadi clutched the ,coins in its chubby fist, and had so carried then? aivay. This she persistently and solemnily stated on oath.. Tihe court, however, were incredulous, and reproved the mother for her attempt to deceive. But she asserted her innocence with such pathetic power that• the sagacious judge determined to test the truth of her statement. He bade her stand bty his desk with the child facing over her shoulder in the way she had described. 'Then the tk several sovereignsw from his pocket, and placed tliem on the desk within reach of: the chiid.`A breathless 'silence ensued. Feryone waited t...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1900 GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINOS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1900. GENERAL NEWS. At a largely attended meeting of the members of St. Brigid's R.C. Church last Sunday evening, it was decided to hold a bazaar at Easter time, as a means to raise funds for the erection of a presbytery in Healesville. It was agreed to open the bazaar on Easter Saturday in Daly's Hall. Committees were appointed to make the necessary preparations to bring the foregoing to a successful issue; the office-bearers being-Miss Sheehan, president; Mrs. Oliphant, vice-president; Mrs. Burt and Father Gleeson, treasurers ; Misses May Tevlin and Mathilda Dore, hon. secs. Already several valuable gifts have been donated towards the under taking, which comprise : Sufficient hardwood for a room 12 feet x 12 feet, gift of Mr. Crowley; Mr. M. Kelly, a cow ; Mrs. Duddy, a heifer; A Friend, £5; etc., etc. Cr. Matthews, President of the SHealesville Shire Council, took his seat for the first time on the Bench at the local Court of Petty S...
GEMS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900
GEMS OF THOUGHT. Happiness was born a twin. Cowardice is the mother of cruelty. lird words mostly flow , from soft heads. Think with truth iand work with firmness. None is a fool always; everyone sometimes. If you would relish your food, work for it.. Debt is a horse that is always throw ing its rider. Love, like honesty, is more talked about than understood. The "faculty of genius' is the power of. lighting its own fire." -;R1any' peoplI. mean so be honest, but tihey live beyond their ,,eansi:'e Too many. ten .with bright futures before them are walking liackward. Endeavor evet rywheire to be useful, and 'then you. will be at home every where.' The love of m?oney imay he the root' of all evil, Ihut very little good can be effcted without money . 1 Features alolne cain never make a ,wouian handsome, any more than speech alone can make her witty, Mods sty, to- the fetiiale character, is what 'saltpetre is to beef-while it pre sierves its ourity,it iimparts a .blush. . Tlie -mali who ...
HEALESVILLE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900
HEALESYILLE HORTICUL TURAL SOCIETY. The usuial monthly meeting of the above society was held last everning in the Mechanics' Institute, Mr. H. Lind upp, junr., in the chair. The minutes of the previous n~eeting having been read and confirmed, Mr. Lindupp said there was one thing that he wished to bring under the notice of the society, anc ithait was the actioni of the shire council ini plac ing blackberries under the Thistle Act. He did not think that for the sake of those who let "the berries grow' wild others who cultivated them for use should be -made 'to suffer, as wo'uld be the case if they wvere placed under the Thistle Act; He thought the council' should ?Ond-somie 'ther mearis to abate the difficulty, aind the so?'iety should' take the matter up before the Act is passed. Very often a hedge of black berries saved an orchard, as the birds would attack the berries andfeave tlhe other fruit alone. He moved that this soci.ty bring the matter before the council to see if the black...
THE GRAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900
..:=:TIlE GRAP. : :-" Listen to what a well~-nown horti cultural writer says of the grape: 'A royal gift it is, from, the. Good Father above, and. so plentiful .are grapes. very few of His children need go without them. There ought not to ba.a house in the city.or country but what has a vine. trained against the wall, or on a trellis. Even without the fruit the leaves are. eautiful, but what a joy, before breakfast, to cut off a huInih with a blush antd dew still on and' eat it, even beforo the cup of coffee is considered, ' he scienitists say, as food for human beings there is nothing better in the vegetable world than ripe grapes. They not only give strenrgth, endurance, and vivacity to those that are. in health, but restore the sick and debilitated to ,strength, when eaten freely at the vintage time. A 'consumptive told moe she kept her self in comfortable health by' eating S-hea " io? ,, it:'a ,,lateh e: lS her beds side, and, many,? a wakeful night,, when hier couglih :was dist...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900
:L"aw Relating to Newspapers. 1. 'Subscriberis ho do not give' express inotice to the cohtrary, are considered as vwishing to contiile their s bscription. " 2. If subscribers order the discontinu. ahnce of their" PErioilicals. the publisher may continue to send 'thcm until arrears are paid. ... 3. If' subscrib'rs refuse or neglect to "take periodicals from the office.to which they are diiected; they are held responsible until they havesettled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be "liscontinued. 4. If- subscribers move to other -places "i ithout informing publisheris, and the :pap ers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are esporisibld. '5. The courts hIave decided thati "re fusing to take perioilicals frodi the, office orr'eetiroving or leaing? t them uncalled for a9 :primnt?facie eiidence of intentional . .If subscribers 'pay in advance for, periodicalsthey are bound to give notice to the puibisher; at-fhe eend of the tiine,. that they do : not with to cont...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900
Ilealesville Post and. Tle?lcaaP Office.. O Post office open from 9 a.ni. to, 6 ".m. Telegraph ofilce open from 8.30 a.m. to 8S p.m. Post office savings bank open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturdays from10 a.m. to 12 noodb. Mails close for Melbohrne 10.30 a.m. and . and Daily. 'intermediateJ 7 15 p.m. Marysville I and 1 9.30 a.m. Daily.. Narbethong 9 Mails arrive from Melbourne, &c., 9.40 a.m., 2.40 ,ph:, and! 7.30 p.m. Daily. Iarysville-. " . , : ".-tand p ... 7 pm. Daily. NTarbethong .
MR. A. L. PETRIE, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900
AND DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS. No public man is more esteonimer or 'etter kninwu throughout Qulenslanid -han Mr. A. L. Petrie, M.L.A. for Tootibul, whose enidorsemniehtt of the virtues. claimed for Dr. Williams' pink" pil!s the 'proprietors are to be .congraLulated upon having obtaiihcd MIR. PLTP.IE, M?L.A.; . (From a Photo.) Indeed, the' opinion of Mr. Yetri upon all matters of public interest is so: highly, respected that our reporter called u'pon him for an interview re- 1 gardihg the' matter.. The reporter. was cordially received by Mr. Petrie, U who retirked : "You may not know that my health has beeii impairtd d somewhat for several years by attacks g of 'rheumatism .and indigestion,,. I h first felt a dull aching pain in my P shoulders and limbs, and some stiffness of the n"ustcles. Later on the diges. a tive ::organs . became impaired.. The medical skill available to combat my conlplaints gave me only slight relief " Mr. Petrie: then went on to say that his appetite quite des...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GitARDIAN. SIR, -" Colonial's" letter on the above subject, 'which appeared in your last issue, is wvorthy of nbtice, and will, 1 trust, lead to something being done. For- reasons which should ·be obvious, I am afraid his suggestion that the Gipsy Camp entertainment he repeated, is itmpracticable just now. My idea is that all monies collected for the above object should be paid over without any deduction whatever. and would respectfully s?.ggest Mr. Editor, that 'yoi start a Healesville Guardian" Fund. Get subscription lists printed and leave one in every busihess place in the district, and after a week or so has elapsed, collect thnem and the money anid forward the lot to headquarters. I believe that all our frieidsi in business wvill, be *6n-r too glad to bring the lists under the notice of their customers, and that a goodly suni ill be siuhscribed, which ever#yhe will have the satisfaction of knowing will go direct to the fund without being encroached upon fo...