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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 January 1894
PUBLISHED FRIDAY 1MOIRNIGS. -------------- ··------- -r--. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19. 1S94. WE have killed the fatted calf. We have been all prodigal sons and daughters. The question arises_-D we confess our sins dual crimes ? There is a dis tinction-not merely a nice dis tinction, but a broad, tangible one. We are not merely sin ners from a mere parson's point of view, for sip may be-often is-merely folly in deed or word or omission. We have been more than mere vicious fools. Indeed Rogue would literally be the only just label which would truthfully describe men who in public were and are prompters of fraudulent com panies, and who are and were leaders of colonial fashion. In the early fifties we worked hard in the gigantic lottery of the goldfields. The object-a gain of nuggets-was good-;, the means to secure that object were often bad, but not always bad. Many of our diggers were. exemplars.. of honesty, sobriety, intelligence, persever ance, wonderful patience, and unflagging industry-...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 January 1894
'THE IIEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. Counties-Anglesey and Evelyn. Parishes-Buxton, Glenwatts, Narbethong Stevensons, .and part of Gracedale aud :Granton. Province--South-Eastern. M embers of Coiucil--Hons. Jas. Balfour, Jas. Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D. :Electoral Distriet-Evelyn. Division Healeaville. Member of Assembly-E. HI. Canmiron. 'Blectnral Distriet-Anglesey. Division Marvsville. Membher of Assembly-M. K. M?'Kienzio.
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 January 1894
I?Ualesville Shire. Cnnstituled a shire, 30th September, 1887. Area-200 square miles. Popula tion, 1225 ; ratepayers on roll, 292. An inual value, £12,602; rate, ls. in £. Re venue, £2,900. President of Shire-Jno. M. Keppel. Councillors. 'Thos. Barton ... ... Retires, Aug.i 1894 Charles Walker ..., ,, 1894 John M'Gretton ..., ,, 1894 Edmund J. Hall ... ,, ,, 1895 Thos. Clements ...,, ,, 1895 John Green .. .... ,, ,, 1895 John Holland... ..., ,, 11896 John M. Keppel ... , , 1896 Edward Nichols ... , ,, 1896 The Counceil meets at Daly s Hallon the last Monday in the month. Officers. Secretary, collector, valuer, and inspector oaf nuisances-C-has. H. Alexander, Engineer-Alex. Rnders, C.E. Health officer-J. C. Baird, M.B.B.S. 'Treasurer-Jno Cornish. Dog registrars-.John J. Hall, Healeb -ville ; Henry Robinson, Msiysville.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 January 1894
THE "LOUIS'1 VELVETEEN. The strictest examiner may try every test of touch and sight without discovering that these are other than the Genoa Velvets which they so closely resemble, while the peculiar arrangements resulting in the fast woven pile enable:them to stand interminable and rough wear, which would ruin real velvets at four times theprice. For Costumes and Trimmings it is unequalled, and in fact for all. purposes in which Silk Velvet may be used we specially recom mend the "LOUIS" VELVETEEN. Every yard of genuine bears the name of " Louis." May be had from all Drapers throughout the Colonies, most of whom will send patterns POST FREE On ap plication. sUgRFUL JiOrWS SEWING MACHINES. WRINGER TIE 5 WEET APSBURG APSBURG :? SRGA N S _ERAMBULATORS I TP T1, m1 \ AT ANY OF THE iARIoNIMS ERTHEI M iON I SewinMachine DepBts. Rts, Mice, Native Die on athe Spo Rabbis, & S,, andall seea N bLl. px~s, Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer:-WALTERm. GREGORY, Wellington, Somerset, ngland. ...
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 January 1894
Buxton. '? postal township on the Acheron River, -?,?t6 mileseast of Melbourne. It hassa large hotel store, and state school. The district is ?'astoral and .agricultural, with several 'J'~,od farms. , A cross.country postal .ser v'-ice is .maintaioed with Marysville and .Alexandra by way of Buxton tri~weekly. J" ' Sher.will, postmaster. Population, 50.
HEALESVILLE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 January 1894
HEAJESVILLE RIFLE CLIj. After a suspense of a considerale time, a few of the most ardent men bers of the clubi recently determinmd to infuse new life. into it, with the (b ject of getting into active practice. With a. view to this an advertisement was inserted in the last issue of THE GUARDIAN, calling upon all memb?rs and intending members to meet liat Edgcumbe's hotel, on Monday evenirg last; and in- response thereto, abolt twenty gentlemen .assembled, amonpt whom.there were a number of yodrgl men who intended becoming membe-s of the club.' :lr. C. . LDawe, as convenor of the meeting,: explained the' objects for which those present had been called to gether. He said that it was owing to *a great-many of the old member of the, club:having left the district that the club seemed to have, lapsed into a state of dormancy, and it :was-now intended, with: the :inclusion of several new comers,:-to resuscitate the erstwhile "'Rip-V"an'.Winkle"i- institutibon 'The club, in its day, he said,...
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondent 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 do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents. We also hold the right making any elimination we may see fit. especially when a non-de-plume is affixed. RUNNING SUNDAY TRAINS. AND "HAEDONISM," (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 January 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on. subjects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the name and-address of the writer (ilot 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 mading any elimination we may see fit. especially when a non-de plume is affied. RUNNING SUNDAY TRAINS, AND "'HEDONISM," (To,the .ditor of The; Guardian.) Sm ,-It is beginning to dawn on me that this controversy is likely to do as much good is controversies usually do; so I will try and! make my reply to "A. W."as brief as practicable.. . (1.) How anm I to hint to you. sutlicientljr delicately, BIr. Editor, that "A.W.'s" last communication opens with a; well-worn : rhetorical 'device ? To say that there is nothing in one's opponeit's words is qluite an ordinary thing in debate. but. alas, how can "A.W." justify himself for taking up two columns of your va...
HIS SACRIFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 January 1894
1HIS SACRIFICE. lie threw away a great chance of success and has been a happier man evevr since. There is no one but myself is England now who knows exactly how it happened, and as I was thinking ,vger it to-night (something in the papers about a clever detective in New York brought it all fresh to: my mind), it seemed to me such a queer story al together that I think it will insterest others to know it. 1 must alter one or two of the names, that's all, because it is not so very long 'iince it happened, and it came out in .one or two papers at the time, but all more or less wide of the mark. None of them had just the rights of it. ,You see, no one could make out how Allan got away so easily-no one ex cept my friend and I, and one man overfthe seas-and not even the cutest -?Yankee could guess the truth. It is stranger than fiction, as you will find, But this is the story. It is pot my story at all ; I mean, not about my own life. It is about a friend of mine, George Markson. If I tol...
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND, HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 19 January 1894
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH OF ENG- &nbsp; &nbsp; LAND, HEALESVILLE. &nbsp; &nbsp; The ordinary meeting of the mem- bers of the above church was held on Monday evening last, when there were present;- Rev. F.H. Gibbs (in the chair); Dr. J.C. Baird, and Messrs. &nbsp; W.A. Burnside, H. Clark, Chas. H. Alexander, and J.S. Pierce, hon. sec. &nbsp; The secretary read the annual report, which was as follows :- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; We, the Guardians, have pleasure in plac- ing before you the following report for &nbsp; the past year:- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; We owe thanks to Almighty God for enabling us to report extension of the Church in our district during the past year. Instead of a fortnightly service at Long Gully, a weekly service is held at Tarra- warra, and Sunday School is held regularly in a building provided and fitted up by Mr. and Mrs. Woolco...
HEALESVILLE v. BOHEMIA C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
"HEALEi? if . F? V BOHEIIA C? C..: =This miitch -will -be played t6 daye. and the game will start it 1I saitp The team to represent -feales-vijll 'l l be selected from ttlItllwirno' pliayer-s : Allan; George, Dr. Baird; Hatsy Harevey;,. Balzary,~T~Jury?r-, Wilson; J7 Cullen, Holland, Hart, Phillipis (2), E Cullen,! Knell;: Purcell;· Wandin, n Ani derson, Strixliland, Fitzpatrick, Taylor; •and M'Sweeney., Umpire:-:R. RWan: din, senri- i"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
I--.-: TH "LOUIS" VELVETEEN. The strictest, examiner may try every test ofl touch and sight without.discovering that. these. areotlier than the GenoaVelvets which they so closely reseinble while the peculiar: arrangements, resulting:in. the fast .woven pile enable them,.to stand interminable'and rough wear, which would ruin .real velvet, atifour ttites the price. For Costumes and Trinmmingsitisi iequalled, di--t ia??ct for :all purpose iiwhicl Silk Velvet - may- be used-' we: specially recom mend the"( LOUIlS VELVETEEN: Every yard of genian ears the naini of S?1May :be hld fronmall Drapers .. throughout the' Colonies, most of, whomR-.will send • patterns PosTPFREs on ap plication. " . .,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~.. -&lt;?? ?- ? _?:: 7 ?.., " " = WERTHEIH SEWING MACHINES. WRINGER -10 SWEET APSBURG PIANOS * ORGANS- pa '270 T .I' EL "7-1, A *opt j APSBURG " ATM oE@ - " RAMBULATORS AT ANY OF THE. ..HARMONIs ERTHdI T ino Machie Depwriits HILL'S MAGIC VERMIN KILLER . ..abbits, Sm?~ t ,lads of V...
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
-sc fe .He alesville. a o i Aipretty ,u icipal township,, ith poFt an' teldgrapIh and money-order office, and -~savitig batkp itthtd"iit ' th'e' jdhetifcoin'f the.,Graceharn..and AiMaroondihh,:rivors; 39' tiles.east of Melbourne. .Rail direot-withi Meliiourne, Healesville be-fi the terminus. It has :three Farge -first classi ;totelk arnda lanrgetempeaneee hotel ; .rli.elale~House;, a liandsome summer resort, is situated n+ar the foot of Mount'Julieti, bout 'theif'iiles frot the railway station. :There area.fine. state sfihoolfour churches, iranlchof. the Colonial:Bank; aourt lhouse,-pdliie'station;', mechanics' institute and free .l1brary;rta tneiviaper (Ties HEALESVILLE GUAIRDIAN),( a numhbei of stores anii -thier places of business.,: Jxtensi-e : recreatiton grou6ridsl cleared, imipro?ed ;and fencedj;, plsgjleau-, tiftd' lawn tennis court and. bowlin green. Trout and tilackbisl uidy e cI'acli'ht"i teli?? rier .near,, Healesvill, ind,'good !shdotin: a few idtes ot.' The dtr ct s,,p...
Law. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
Baiiwick" entrtl. "" PolIce "IMtisztrat, eIajor ;jGegrge F. ta pfSitrstevry lytfiirI Thursday in the snonth: ' ill iiZ ·Jdustices'"of~t;t lie~'-EJLf 'ellceir~ MiL.A;,r .Criclton,1 J.!Eson,::Jno .Green,1 E, Kidie$yT C. Steel.,E. Nichols,.nd J. ti preid nt ti P r,..+,a AIM-d el (re ident' of shhre) . ' Sessions-Thzursday, at '1 di.. 'Clerk-'of Courtst-'Daniel Berrinian
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
A RE invited until 8 p.m. on Tuesday i.1 next, the 30th ins., for ERECTIONr of a PORCH at tile Presbyterian. Church, Healesville. Plans and specifications may be seeh 'at my residence. J. J: GEORGE, ... . " Hon. Sec. Z; i: eal esvflSV e Xocbhl ics' .: Institute. .. s A MEETING of -SUBSCRIBERS will hbe held in the above Institute on MONDAY, 5th FEBRUARY, at 8.15 p.iim. -Btisiness --To cnnsider the ndvisability of altering the amount of subscrip. tion; altering the irule relating to . ,- .the number of hooks issued at one a' timu to subscribers; and fixing a. v Spenalty fo' members keeping books fa over the time allowed . in J. J. GEORGE, .: Secretary. ' :YARRA GLEN RACES. To be held on Thursday, February 1, 1.8. . STEWARDS.-Dr. Kilpatrick, Messrs. H. Farrell, J. Irvine,. G. Love,. N. Ellis, and T. Bell. Jtdgc--Mr. E. H. Cameron, M.L.A. Starter-Mr. W, C. Farrell., Clerk of Scales-Mr. W, Bell. Clerk of Course-M?.?J. G;. Yates ,-: PROIIGRAMME1s HANDICAP IWURDLE RACE, Iof 7 sova. One mil...