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THE WIZARD'S LEGACY. CHAPTER VII. DR. MANUEL COMES HOME. (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898

THE WIZARD'S LEGACY. BY E. J.: LYSAonT. CHAP'I'ER VII. SDR..MANUEL COMES HOME. (continued) "She was very white, and she gener ally has a pretty colour: Shall I ask her what frightened her, Doctor" " "No. better not; she may: tell you, or when daylight comes she may laugh at.her fears, and so get over them. Of couase should she volunteer any infor mation, so much the better,:but unless she, does, your best plan will be to pre. tend that you noticed nothing. " " Very good, Doctor; -after all this is'rather a lonely lbuse for a girl of seventeen, it .will be something righter now that my son-has come. home." ... And what a handsome man he is," said Doctor Hamiilton i "a good pro trait of him would be worth having,": He is very well-looking," said the old man. " A little eccentric, I am. afraid ; fancy his walking all the way from White Water and coining in at the window !" "Yes he made a very threatric l entree," said the Doctor, " but I dare-. say you want t6 chat with him 4so good-ni...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898

it . ..L. L i. ý V - L L 1i NICuo0.so. S'TRI.ET, I.AI.ElAVILL. (`ext Post OITce). G. S. Matthews, STATIONER., Eabordasher and Tobacconist, ESPECTFLU LLY intiatie that Iw has lU always in stock every reqgnisit neres airy to bu found in a wull-conducted busi ners of this kind. "Tancy" GoodsB, . Tobacco & Cigars,. Soaps & erfumeory, : School Requisites Stationery, all ind.s ishingaoklo, ,c. English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Delivered g" Or Posted to any Addiess. ;' Circulating n, Library. A Larg9 Stock of Patent, Iloincpathliic, aindllorse ?Medicines Always on Hand. Licensed under the Pharnricy Board of Victoria. House. L:and. Estate. &, Fire and Life Assuran:;e Agent. I* Hoing taken the premises lately occupied by the Shire Council, I will be able to give every attention to and afford all information in connectioo wilth the aelve b,usiness. LI:ns INegotiated. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED Conomissions executed in Every Line of Business. HEi ALSO HAS ON SAL...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898

LAHIGEI Ci(OrS anl (00L) P:ICES. FOR VAR 1itrS :nd FRI 'rITOROW'ERS is t11e ish nfI x1 BEEI-IVE STORIES, anf. Str'itci.,. Latest Novtcities iR iMMINGS, V'ANCY GOODS, BOLEROS y s. Fit StslO Vuad \VnrkmanTusrsip inny PriALas. Noseilie, NaitsTOC iK - isrt,, Zs ipl, v rs, O vali ClttthTs. Oalicsaa', Shoa'titans UlrilW, lnlanirdr CXLOTHZING fETiAR NT Men's, Yroual'si a.ad Boy's Suitt, Taousers Vests. Trous?iers. FUiL AMORTED STOCK OF NEW GOODS. .INts, Shirts, Collari and lTies. Suits to MeTisaira.. Fir. Guatranateed. targetSa toak iI ilhi L)iitac Ct. Bast Mlakers Onlyi GCoaQEY 3EPTL3T2T. BEST GOODS. eiNote the Following Prices:- Itsth Roller Flour, per 1VIg '19 0 :No. lA ,uagar. per bria... i 6 Oaineal;, p?tr lb 2D n Barly P (Parl)yper lb.i . D SPa. plit) per ' ... .. - Tre.Icle, per llh ... .i .2 Tapioca, per lb *.:... T Rice, per lb . Veasta, per dozen ... .. 4 'Sardine.s, per Lin ... *.. Candles, per'lb ... ... 4 - AGEN IES: Incandescent Gas Light, Royal Insurance Copijany. STINGE1S S...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898

Corresponing agents Wantec In outlying towns and districts. T~rite for terms to "GUARDIAN" OFFICE. LIVER COMPLAINT and Dyspepsia. Doctors does No Good. Found CLEMENTS TONIC A Marvellous Restorative; MlM*,. ROWLAND, Eleventh-street, Bowvden; Adelaide, S. A, writes on Jan..22.1897.-I am a cabinet maker, and have always worked hard. For about two years I was very languid, and lost all energy. Towards the latter part of the above period the slightest ex ertion would cause a copious perspiration. I became very weak, and lost all relish of food. I visited a doctor, who said 1 was dyspeptic, and prescribed for me, but the medicine did me no good. I was recom mended to:try Clements Tonic, which"I did, and very sobon felt an improvement. I found it a marvellous restorative, and continued to take it until I: felt as well as ever. ] no longer suffer from exhaustion or fatigne, but feel strong and well.-wish ing you properity, I remain, yours truly, G. ROWLANDS. "Guardian" First Prize Competito...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898

IRONMONGER CASH GROCER AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER ~athrone rerraec, ?calacvile. The following are'soime of the prices. No. 1 A Sugar 15s. per 70 lb. Bag 2s. 8d. a doz. lbs. New Currants 6 d. per lb. New Raisins 5 2 per 1b. Choice Teas Is. to Is. 6d. per Id. A reduction of Id. per lb. off 10 lb. boxes, 2d. per lb. on half chests. Tapioca 81lbs. foir i s. White Sago 81bs. for Is. Japan Rice 51bs. for is. Pearl Barley 2'd. per lb. Plum Jam 6 6 a 21b. tin. Gillespie's Roller Flour 26s. a bag Self-raising flour lS. 3b. a 5lb. bag Flake Oatmeal I s. 4d. per 71b. bag Oatmeal, Is. for 61bs. Other goods at 1owest our rent prioes t ifof tLi! JOHN RO)Y, BAKE.. 1-I IlALESVILLE. (OPPOSITI: 1,c GI.1I N1 " HOT:L.) roed anO. Snmall Gros. of the best qulity. Catering for 1Balls, Picznics, Parti.'L:, T'I'a-lluitinis, elc. SP'ECIALITY. IG-TVE I-IIl K _A_ TLI.AL For the cc HEALDESVILLE GUARDIAN.?' lb the Proprietor " HIealesville Guardian." 1 (in sert ia n )..)....................... ........... .... , (p...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Healesville Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 5 March 1898

Healesville Shire Council. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held in the Shire Hall on Mondtiy, there being present:--Pre sident" Green, and Councillors Sloss, Matthews, Jefferson, Keppel, Burt, Chandler, and Robbins. CORESPONDENCE From the Health Department for warding specimen boxes for use of Health Officer in bacteriological work, and reports of meetings.-Received. From Public Works Depairtment sending vouchers in connection ivith grant of £55. 17s. under the Treasury Bonds Act.-Recei ved. .From same stating that the byehlw: under the'Police.Offences Act could be adopted without the consent of the Goverior ih Council.-Received. From same apprdving of work to be done on the Wood's Point Road. Receited 'Froni'~ the Metropolitan, -Boxard of Work's 'askuing for parLiculars: about tourist's tracks. The Secretary reported that he had sent the information re quired. -Received. From League of Victorian Wheel men re sign posts. Cr. Matthews thought it was desirable, especiall...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Healesville, 10th March, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

Realeville, 10th 'March, 1899. My Dear Uncle Rube,-I am just writing a few lines to let you know that I'?m getting 'oi: all right; :the sa?ae hlope "will'apply to you: I am glad tbosere that you are trying to help the young folks in .lette. writing, and I hope my little note will besie'eeaceisfl inrinimn ngdthe compe titioii,.but;I afraid, I will riot? be-. hicky enough. I went fishing the' odfi?inight, and only caught two.black fish, which was rather:a small haul...But I wilhlbe gpimg again; on .Saturday_ an ?l bhpe 'tihen to have better luck. On .Sunday a" young maihn nd:I;'are going to a place called the Devils Den, when we expect to Ihave a very pleasant time, asthe scenery I' be lieve is something beatiiftil. .If I should win your prize, I promise to write again to you. . From your loving niece, WALTER BURR. Aged 13 years and 11 months.

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POINTS GAINED BY COMPETITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

POINTS GAINED BY COMPETITORS. Comn. Mltr. Spg. Pune. Wrtg. T'tl. L.W. 23 24 14"" 13 9 ,83 il.B. 25 25 13 '12 .-' 4 - 7 S.S., =27 27 9 9 9 .7 79 W.B.' :T25 18 11 13 5 .72 F.S. 22 .22, 11 8 8.' 71 A.lB. 21 .23' 10 12 3. 69 . P. 21 22 10 8 5 66. L.F. 20 17 i1 13 5 6(1 G.M. 21 21 '8.. 5 3 58 ?This, week' there are two. competi tioni, orin open toiall, and obnehetween LizzieFoster and Rosie Phillips, which, by' a strinige-coincidence, adaiin results in a draw. The latter will -'li again. cobpeted for next week, and in the former, Lucy Webb, after 'a very close contest, just defeats Maud Boone and Sarah 'Ann Smith, and gets the prize. (1 would advise my little nieces 'to look at the points they score, and see where they- are. defective. Maud Boone? and, Walter. Burr, have evidently done this, for their letters show great improvement.) ,. I .would like to receive letters from children in other parts of the district:. , UNCLE RUBE. I: i

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Whiskers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

Whiskers., "rdon'tlove you any nmore; seems .to me morning, noon, and :nighti :the only thing I hear is' jaw,, jaw, jaw. Why will you ipersist in? mnaling my life miserablel :Have I not had my own tiroubles; .?whiel: were; cured" by Bile Bfkns' 1ow, why, ohd! whv, will you not take a course of themnand get cured 9" This is the.wia that all ;sen sible wives should talk.'t6 their- hus bands, who are continually finding fault It is their livers that are - at fault in every case nearly. Put their digestive apparatus in perfect working order, and ten to one you will have the most ami able of husbands. Bile Beans are an undoubted specific for all stomach, liver, and bowel troubles, . They also cure headache, constipation, dizziness, ful ness after eating, bad blood, face pim ples, sallow complexions, and. hot, sweaty:hands. -:Used in cases of debi lity; fever and a-gue, and all ailments pertaining to weakness from overwor+k worry, or excitement, they will prove a certain remedy." Manufact...

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GOLD [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

GOLD-Gold iT broughit to the pockets of business. people by artistic printing. The Guardian office is now able' to turn out work unisurpassed in the colony. Business cards, tourists, cards, visiting cards, tickets, billheads' notepaper arid envelopes are printed in" the best style. ACCIDENT.-Last night another rail way accident occurred, this time to the Camberwell train, which greatly inter fered vith the arrival of the ordinary evening train at-Healesville, which-was 35 minute's late at the local.station.

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Cathedral Side Hotel, Taggerty, 3398. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

Cathedral Side Hotel, Taggerty, 3 .I 3.1 8. My'De'r Unrcle~ Ribe,-I 'see by resid ing tile Healesville Guardian that you are going to award a plize to the child who writes the best letter to you,, so I hope I may gain it, I am going to tell you ..bnht the Harvest thanksgiving which was held at Taggerty Wesleyan Church on Sunday 28th February. .It was: decorated very hicely, with sheaves of corti, vegetables; fruits and flowers, one of my sisters as sisted. Mamma made the texts to hang for the occasion. Now, don't you think all that is a lot of nice things for the Hospital ? The weather on Sunday was very fine, but on Monday there was a terri fic thunder storm, and much lightning, two trees being;struck b it not far from .our place, and mluch rain fell'Pfterwards. I must now conclude with love, so good night. I renmin. your affectionate niece, ALEXANDRA BURCHALL. Age 12 years'anl 7 monthls.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

Mr. Mentiplay,-Sir, I beg.to tender you my sincerest thanks for the won derful cure you 'performed oni my child.: The said child when about'.11 months old contracted a cold which turned to. Bronchitis ,and afterwards. to double Pneumonia, and was for Keeks laying, at death's door ; then worst of, all he got that dreaded disease Marasmus, from which so iuany children pine away 'and 'die.' He gradually wasItodaway, till ,atlast he got-. so- small anrd frail that ve: thought every day would '? hies lat and for the last few weeks `;before taking' him to you: we: just:, managed to keep hin,- alive: on, iceak brandy and,water. D'i"ine the whole of this /tine' the" child had' the. att elidance and ad vie 'of Sni?e of the hesat' Doc tors in tihe colony' foii which I p~id a good sui, dof ?money." As a Ist resource i wias' iuiii:ed 'to 'take the child to you with. the following, result that. in less than -one week ;'under. your successful trertment he ;had started to' improve a:nd within:i on...

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Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

. owling. The list 'f 'draws iirranged will appea every fortniiht. The following are those for the coming week :- March 12 and 19. Hocking v. Matthews. Shaw v. Chandler. McGretton v. Smithi ?Wilsnoi v. George. : Alexiudter v. Harley. ? ·~: ? ,i:

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Marysville, March 7th,1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

Marysville, MaIrch 7th, 1898. My Dear Uncle Rube,-I have written two letters ti'yoif,- but. have not got a :prize.- - As I would like one very much' I will try again this week. We had a cricket nmatch here' on:Satnrday',between Thoriton'. and - Marysville, ? I. am .very pleased to say Marysville won. They gave the Thornton team a dinner. Both teams had dinner at our place. A ball. was held in, the halt on'the same evening and all seemed to enjoy' themsel?Isvery well.:' A party of girls and myself are going to have a picnic.up at the falls next week. I hope the weather vill tbocoritimne fine. We are also going to have our school picnic after Easter. And now dear Uncle Rube I think 1 have told you all the news I have at present I remain yohr loting niece,i MAUDE BOONE. ,' -Age 12 years and 6 months.

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AT LAST! WOOD'S POINT ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

AT? ' LASTS WOOD'S POINT ROAD. At last something has been done in the Yarr.t Track matter thanks to the energy of Councillors Matthews, Sloss, and Chandler, and the Secretary Mr. C. H. Alexander. These gentlemen early in the week, tired of red tapeism and useless letter writing, paid a visit to the Howqua Shire Coun cil, and at last something has been done. As a result of their visit that Shire has decided to hand over the portions of its territory asked for by the Healesville and Upper Yarra Shires to the Upper Yarra Shire who may then le relied on to give Healesville the por tion they wish for we hope. This is something practical, and reflects great credit on the councillors who interested themselves in the matter. Commenting on an article that ap peared in our columns a fortnight ago, our esteemed contemporary the "Gipps land Standard," says very truly : "It must be remembered that when we followed our contemporary's ad vice, we were further from the solution of the matter than e...

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Healesville, March 9th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

'~ '''H l ille,'March 9th, 1898.,. M: My Dear Uncle Rube,-Your encourag ing reply to my last letter to you,. has so enticed me, to write again so quickly as to catch the next mail, for you seem to he so -pleased withi my letters, that I am sure vou are much interested in our beautiful district. - My Dear Uncle Rube, The hops are grown here, on land that are situated near the river banks, and for the last two years the prize of. the Royal Agficnltural Society of Victoria was awarded to one of the growers here, that will show, we are not backward in hopgrowing..and these hops are generally pickeil by the majority of the school children, the school being closed for 3 weeks at the time of picking. to enable those who desire and need it of earning a few shillings, by picking at 3d per bushel, but Dear Uncle lulbe this year has been a failure, only a fourth of last years return has been gathered, and of course the poor.grower will suffer more than the pickers. And now I think I must concl...

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"Bridglea," Taggerty, 4/3/98. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

"' ridglea," Taggerty, 4/5J/8: Dear Uncle Rube,-By reading the. " Healesville Guardiian" I saw that you are givig .prizes for the best written letter, so I thought that I should like to try my luck. I am going to tell you about a new-hall which has been erected at Taggerty. It is 40 .by 25 ft, and has 3 doors. and 8 windows, it also has a stage which is 20 by 10 ft.' At the opening tUhre~is to.be a .concert f ",Fancy dies' Ball." I atn going't play a duet at !the Concert. Mother says she intends t3: let me go tothe ball, & I hope I will have the pleasure of meeting you there on that oc casion. We have had some nice refresh ing rain at Taggerty, .which, I hope, ex tended all over the colony. I think I have told you all the news this time, so I must draw this letter to a close, hoping you are quite well. I remu'in your affectionate niece, LILY.H. -WEBB. ,-. Ago 13 years & 2 months.

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A Dreadful Pest. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

A Dreadful I est. WE hear that the bot fly, that terrible pest that was, introduced from New Zealand a few years ago,, has been found in the district., Mr. Crowley, a saw-miller of Mount St. Leonard, has found several specimens of the insect on his horses, fortunately before any serious damage was done. The fly is a rather long one, and clays its eggs in the grass. Stock in giazing get these caught in the hairs about their mouths, where they hatch, and the young in sect is taken into, the stomach. Once' there it fastens itself firmly to the walls of the stomach by little strong hooks, and ' feeds on the' stomach until at last it eats through it, and then, of course, I the affected animal dies. The insect or its larvae pass out with the excrements of the beast, and once more await in the grass for another victim. It is a most terrible disease, and we would.suggest that all owners of 'stock in the district should look most carefully principally about the heads of their beastsfor the l...

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District News. Woori Yalloak Harticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

District News. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] p Wood Tallow: K tics lturd Society. Notwithstanding that the above society had decided early in the season to hold its first show on the last Fri day in April, at its last meeting it was deemed wise not to hold any show:.this season owing to the extreme drought. The members had taken grant trouble in planting different crops, expressly to make the show attractive, bhu owing to the want of water everything was a failure. Under the circumstance:: it, was deemed expediont not to risk tOw first exhibition of the society being a failure. "A letter was read from A. F. Buckley, Esq., of :Tealesville, notifying that he proposed publishing a paper in the interests of horticulture. It was unanimously decided to give the ven ture every enconragernent, and the sec retary was instructed to order thirty (30) copies of the paper, to be distri buted to members gratuitously for the first year. It is the general belief in these parts ,that the late bush fire...

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Eltham Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

Eltham Shire Coucil. The ordinary nio .thly meeting of'tlhe above body was held at Kangaroo Ground on Monday, there being pre-, sent-President Fterhlrt, and (oun cillorsF'arrell,, Taylor, Bell, M'orris, Love, Scott, Lawrey and 'Cameron. The principial business of interest to this etd iof the shire was as follows: A letter was received from. Mr. Scott, Steel's C?reek, agreeing to accept. £4 10s. an acre for the land required for a road, as offered by the council. It rwas decided to'co-operate with the Le.Agi.e of Victorian 'Wheelmlen in putting up directioa posts for guidance of "tourists. Tenders are to be called for mainten ance metal for the Panton' Hill and Kangaroo Ground roads. " : ? The blalan'ce at the bank was" £480 lOs lid. The secretary reported that about £,50 damage had been done to h- ! and c!lverrs by the recent fires, +mi the.. sºhires loss wag-, co an, l - it-i r " i " anllal, lhe would suggest that . n (14..1 ernmint grant 1hi asked for. It was decided that hy,-lavw...

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