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FAREWELL TO MR. TYLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 May 1900
FAREWELL TO MR. TYLEE. A farewell meeting to the Wesleyan minister, Mr. F. Tylee, was held in the Wesleyan Church on Tuesday evening last. There was a good attendance of church members, and I there were also present a goodly number of Mr. Tylee's friends from the other churches. The &nbsp; Rev. J. Heyer (Presbyterian) occupied the chair, and in his opening address made mention of the good work done by Mr. Tylee, and wished him every success and happiness in the new sphere of work in which he was about to enter. He also made mention of the work of the Endeavour Society and how Mr Tylee had kept thle flag flying when the society was at low ebb, until times had become bright and flourish- ing again, and on behalf of the mem- bers of the Endeavour Society he wished Mr. Tylee every prosperity and joy in his new field of labour. The Chairman then called upon Mr. J. Blanksby to address the meeting. Mr. Blanksby said that although Mr. Tylee had only been some 18 months in this distr...
PIC-NIC. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 May 1900
PIC-NIC. The pic-nic in connection with the Sunday schools of the combined charges of Healesville and Yarra Glen Presbyterian Church was held on Queen's Birthday, the rendezvous being Christmas Hills, Miss Ur- &nbsp; quhart, of " Banool," Christmas Hills, kindly placing her grounds at the dis- posal of the picknickers. The day opened anything but auspicious, and it looked for a time as if the weather was not going to hold fine. However, as train time drew near, a better state of things prevailed, and about forty individuals, including school children and parents and friends, put in an ap- pearance. Prior to starting, the Rev. J. Heyer held a short service at the church, after which the picnickers marched with flags flying to the rail- way station, and the journey to Yarra Glen was made by train. On arrival at the Glen, the party were conveyed in vehicles to the scene of the festivi- ties, and Miss Urquhart's beautiful mountain home was reached in safety about half-past 12 o'...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
Business men should consider before sending away for printing to firms who have bnly their owin'welfare at heart and don't care how your ow'n locality pro gresses, whilst the local printer has always to study the Welfare of his own locality, yjr Wvatching and recordinig any movement that tends to the advancement of the dis taict as" a whole. We don't blame the foreign printer at all,- but the townsman, whose on'aimn should be to Aupport local industry whetidver practicable, and in the n~atter of his printing we can prove he lbas'no " get: way" at all. :If'ohe Bhas his doubts let him give us a .trial, and a con tinuance of his orders to us is assured.
LOW-HEADED TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
LOW-HEADED TREES. W e like them and would, lhave no :other (says an exchange) if we were btarting an orchard. To secure these, `the young trees should, be headed off when froni 2" 'to 24 inches hligh, for the 'shorter the body? the i es levenage the wind has on the tree. Low-headed itrees"i'i t'io or three years shade the boay, and in a'few -ears nothing 'will grow tinder the trees. The ground will natfirhally be cleai and; cool, On such a tree, picking the fruit becomes a li ht task, fot whenrit 1ias several years' ,gro?,Lt three-fourths of the apples may be rieached from the ground. Try a ,few dwarf trees.
THE FRUIT GARDEN. MAINTAINING PRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
THILE FRUIT GARDEN. 0 MAINTAINING PRODuJOTION. It is impossible to say, withl cer tainty (writes Professor Van e)eman) what is or is not best for anyone to do in any particular place with 'regard to planting fruits, except in a general way. More depends upon the man than upon anything else, within reasonable linmits. The home orchard, vinevard, and berry :patchn must be kept in bearing condi tion, whether there is any thing to send °to niarket or not. A good plan, and one whiich ( 4ave followed for *many years, is to keep planting a few trees, vines or other plants of such fruits as are short-li.ed or liable to be killed by unusual climatic conditions every year or twvo. By this nieans, there is alwahys likely to be a thriftv stand someawhere on the farm. A cold 'winter or a dry summer may kill or damage one age or variety and not another:
BILL OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
p.rL OF EXCHANGE. Bi: ofi Exclange and ProImissory Note- Where the amount or value of the .. mt'ciey'for which a bill or'not. fis driawn exceeds £10,000, then for every £50 of the amnouut or value, " and also for any fractional part Bf £50'of such amount or value .. 0 1 0 " Bill of exrchange payable on demand-chlarge i able with same-duty 'as a Bptouissory note for isame amount. " F (Emnbossed stamps must be nsed,which may -he obtained -at' al'1Post'OfiLes.) ExzuePiONs. 1. Draft or ordi· diri'wn by any banker it ] Victoria uipon any other bankeT ii' Victoria idt 'i.yi.ble to beardr'Wi t8'order andi used solely for'the 'ptrji"rp of settling Jr cleacrit t any accohult' betwreen such bankers. t 2' Letter written by a banker in Victoria to anp'other banker in Victiria:directing the paymenlllt dof any iunt dof iihoney; tthe saiirA-uot being payable to bearer or to order, and stiob': lette?, iot' beidg sc!ntLo l'delivered to thie peibon to whonm pay'nient is to be sgrtyo'or : t any person...
MINISTER AND DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
MINISTER AND DOCTOR, 0 The Rev. J, i, Tt:rras, in a letter dated, fro;n "The Manse," Wingham (N.S.W.), says: iIn thie odiniary course of visita tion, about a year ago, Icould not but remark. upon the healthy appearance of. a young girl vho had previously been delicate. Her mother, in re sponse to my inquirieasas to the cause of the improveme'nt, said it was the re suit of a course of Dr. Williams' pink pills, I have seen that young lady ;several times since, ana, ier recovery seems permanent." Dr. Boaurcder, M M,., F.S.Sc. (Lond.), J.P., late qovernment \Iedi cal OEicer (X.S.«X.), writes:-" For some time Ihave been in thel habit of recommendflrn i r. n Williams' pink pills to my patients with excellent results. :As a tonic their effect is most satisfao story and permanent. In animnia, chlorosis, and all~ed diseases I, have found them very valuable." (Signed) J. G. Biurchier, M1D., 127 Redfern :'street, Redfern, Sydney. Amongst the educated classes, Dr. Williams. pink pil have many f...
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
COURTS OF. PJETT.Y SESSIONS, Courts will be held during tie year 1l00. at the un'dier?en?iolied pi'Ces, at the hours, and o f1iedatus hi reiifter 'respectrvely -set out, viz " Nanie'of Court. Iour. April. May:. June: July. Aug.. . Sep. Ot. Nov. Dec. HeiATeihe', ,... 10. 2, f1?f 7, 210t 4, 180 2, lj°t 6, 20t 3, 170 1, 15f 5 '1W 17 Andbrson's C4rek It, 1 90 14- 110 . 9 130. 10° 80 120. 31 Elthim ,.. . 11 10o, 15° 120 100 140I 110 9o 130, 1 Yarf Gln .. 9.30 11 6 9 4' 1,29 26 24 21 12 IHe, lsvill ..: 2.30 1 12 0 ' 70. 5 1 2, 30?' 27° 25 220 1 A.M.' Lildale ..; . 9.30 to '- 4t,1 1 ,8,i., 6, 13, 3, 10, 1, :7, 14, 5. 12 2, , 7. 4, 20, 27 18, 25 22, 29t,20, 27°f 24f, 31 21f , 28 19,' 26 23, 30 21, 28 Ferntree Gully'".; 9 940 290 268.' 24°. 280. 2:, 23 , 27? 18" Queenstown 11 23 28 25 23 27 24 22 26 O01 *"Pqlice i.agistrate's Visits. t.Licensing and,Warden's Courts. D. BERRIMAN, Olerk of Courts.
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
LawRelating to Newspapers. . Subscribers who dpo not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinu ance bo "tleir' pdriodicals, the publisher inay continue to send them until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to talke lerioil.ials' firon the otlice Io which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. '4. If subscribers inove to other places without inforniing publishers, and the plpers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. '" . Th6 o'urts have' decided that " re fusing totalke periodicals from the office or removing or l?ivin, them uncalled for is prima facle evidence of intentional raud." ' . . G. If subscribers pay in advance for periodicals, they are-bound to give notice to the publisher,'at the end. of the time, that they do not wish to continue taking it, o...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
NOTICE TO. VISITORS AND TOUURISTS. Places of interest to visit in the dis ?rict, and liowv far situated : Place Distance. Miles. Marysville ... . 23 Narbethong ... ... Fernshaw ... ... 7 Mallinson's Look-out ... 7 Ma\ inson's Gully ... 10 Condon's Gully ... -.... 4 - Meyers Creek and Falls... 5 Mathinna Falls ... ... 7 Badger River ... ... 4 Blacks Spur & Etta's Glen 10 Coranderrk Blacks Station 3 Mt. Riddell ... ... 2 .raceburn Creek... ... Graceburn Weir ... ... 4 Watts River ... ... 4 Watts Weir ... ... 5, .It. Juliet (top) ... ... 10
REASONS FOR ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
ADV)nRTiSi?sois the chief auxiliary of. trade, '- Tooke Advertising is not the road to success, but success itself.--Richardson. AdeCrtise your business; I, owe all my success to it.-P. '1 Barnum. Thle most truthful part of " newspaper is its advertisements.--JefITrson. The man who pays more for shop rent thaLiakdvertising does not know his business -Jlorace Greecley. How can one man know what you went unless you ask for it, or what you '.'rae to? el) unless-yod adyertise it ?-Murat Hal idead. The advertisements which appear in a pnbuh" journal take rank among thel' m?aost significant indicatioijs of the stite of society of thiit time and place.-Dickens. If. you advertise, it. gives your place a reputation around ; folks will crowd to your warehouse and k;cep lively. If you don't want to do anything; keep as still as you ean.-C. P. irdowne. There is an absolute necessity for adver tising; there is a great eagerness to compete for attentiun, and no one gets it unless it is by giving ...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
Healesville Post and Telegraph Oficed. Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 'elgranph oflice open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post'office ?iv'uigs bank open from 20 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. tb 12 noon. r Mails close for Melbourne 10.30 ai.m. l ''in'l - and Daily. Iptermediate) 7.1A p.m.) Marysville .and D 9.30,a.m. Daily. Narbethn ? .. . ... ?alls arrive from Melbourne, &c., 9.40 a.m., 2.40 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Daily. 1 arysville . and 7 p.m. Daily. Narbethon
AN OLD KETTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
AN OLD KETTLE. -0 LA T.4~ my dear," said her ' noilher, 'I think we will h.ive a cup of tea before we go out.'' " Just the very thing, mother,?'. an swered Iher daugh ter, as she rang the bell "for thre umaid. "?alke some tea, kIary, as mnothel and I havse decided to i have a cup. Don't be long, Mary, for 'e have little time to spare." In fifteen minutes two cups of. tea were brought into the sittinn room, hut neither mother nor uanghter could drink it. Mary was sumnioned into the room, and was "asked what was the nuatter with the beverage. She ac knowledged thiai it had a foreign taste, ibut she could not account for it. The reason was disco;vered the next day. The K'ettle was one yea'r old, and; certain substances in it had corroded. ndt so it is w\vit our system, but Bile Beans for Biliousness will regulate it. , allow thle system to go toofiar wihout.cleans ing.it, and ..when we get illwe wonder whlat is the matter. biliousness is one of those complaints we are apt to neglect, w...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
CYCLING NOTES. - o A match for £25 aside took place last week between two well-known riders, in Sydney..,.The contestants were J. Cliffe and W. Matterson (a brother to Neil Matterson, the ex-sculter and racing cyclist), the distance being nine miles, single pacing only allowed. The race was held on the road, the course being from Leickhardt to Concord and back. The men proved very equally matched, superior pacing getting Matterson home by a few yards in 24 hrs. 15 secs. As showing the practicability of motor pacing, either for business or pleasure purposes, we give herewith a few partitul'ars of the mileage" covered. by J. W. Stocks, the well-known Eng lish cyclist, in 1899. On June, 5th he. started £roui. Birmingham on a business tour, drove first to London, and thence to various places, ablout fiftyinall, in the south and west of Eng- land, Isle of Wight, and midland counties, covering in. all a distance of 1115 miles during the twenty-two days that he was out. In September he att...
BUXTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
BUXTON RAtCES. The annual winter meeting of the Buxton Race Club was held on the 24th May (Queen's Birthday). In the morning, the indications pointed to a hne day, but rain began to fall sbortly after the first race had been run, and continued all the afternoon. Despite this great drawback, a very interesting programme was gone through. Close finishes were the order of the day, and the judge (Mr. M. J. Sheehan) found his post no sinecure. The sport opened with the Maiden Plate, for which seven faced the starter, and after a splendid race Buxton won on the post by the shortest of heads from Brassey. The Pony Race was cap tured by the favorite, Iseult, whose jockey was afterwards cautioned for careless riding. Only three weighed out for the Steeplechase, and Dicky was elected favorite, but at the start however, the money behihd Buxtoir forced him to the head of affairs. The race was a good one, the favorite get ting home by a length from Tommy. Canary won the bTrot after a good go wit...
THE LATE HOSPITAL BALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
THE LATE HOSPITAL BALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. Sir,-Whilst congratulating the pro- a noters of the recent conversazione and b ball on the financial results of their efforts on behalf of the Melbourne I Hospital, will you please allow me to r protest against one or two remarks in your otherwise admirable report, which, to my mind, are calculated to give offence to a number of deserving citizens, and to militate seriously t against the success of a like effort in the future. I maintain, sir, that the praise which those connected with the Inovement deserve could be given with out indulging in covert insults to some mepýbers of the community who t are, at least, equally as charitable, but who prefer to dispense their charity in the way they think best, and, possibly, less ostentatiously. In reading your excellent report I came to these words, 9 despite the action of those who con tributed, but who held aloof from the movement." What this means I don't know. Are those who sent th...
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse, nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) THE BADGER CREEK PRESENTATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
CORRESPONDENCE. (IVe do not necessarily endorse, nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) THI BAPD ERl QREEI P'RE SENTATION. TO THE EDITOR OP THE GUARDIAN. SiR,-As I perused "A Lover of Fair Play's" letter, which appeared under the above heading, I (who must plead guilty to that almost universal failing of mankind, "' curiosity") made an attempt (a la Sherlock Holmes) to dispover the author. First of all, I attempted to find out the sex of the writer. In the majority of cases, this is as easy as "falling off a log," but in the present instance it perplexed me considerably, but after some thought (much more than the subject deserved) I came to the conclusion, strictly speaking, that it was neither one or the other. This left only the two off: shoots of the sexes, to consider: .the "' New Woman," and that most detes tible of all things, the " New )Man," but better known as " Qld Woman." The author cannot belong to the former, for whatever failings we ca...
HEALESVILLE ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
|IEALESVILLE ATHLETIC CLUM, The settling-up meeting in connec tion with the Queen's Birthday Sports, held under the auspices of the above, was held at Boone's Hotel on Monday evening last. There was a full at tendance of the committee connected with the club, and Mr. Matthews (pre sident) occupied the chair, He stated that the principal business of the meeting was to get a rough idea of how the sports resulted, and to settle their accounts as far as possible. The rough statement as read showed that the receipts would amount to something like £55, and the expendi ture would total some £43 odd. The statement was regarded as a thoroughly satisfactory one. Messrs. Thomas Boone and H. R. Thomas were appointed auditors, and it was decided that the balance-sheet should be presented at a meeting of members to be held on Monday, 25th June. Mr. W, Raynor was given permis sion to have the wood remaining from. the woodchopping events, with a pro viso that he should clean up the ground. It was d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
Ielbourne Facts -J FOR, Melbourne Folks. The Case of Mr. W?LTER HART. (By our own Reporter.) A pitcher going often-to the well is broken at last. A man careless of his health, il 'different to the common dictates of pi udeuce. and, sooner or later, disease will pull hii, !dOwn. ,T'lheti;tihen stretched helpless on tr bed of sickness, lie has full timc to con-id,-r *what a first-class Aegora he I as lien ; but. i !he Ps lucky, anrd wise in time, he will find -ve-n jthed a remedy' for his'trouble, as i-s itl TillI"tlated in the case f Mr. \Walter lit t, of 139 Rodenistreet, West Mlellinune, woo told our reporter some covincing facts. ilr. lH.rrtsaid :-"II a "i n trivecof Cisbmo ic, 'aid it was ther ii i ii m.; ftjtuncs and buffer. ing cimmncnced. I nuse.l ') ,he cut wo'ki't.: Jin the wet and cold, a..d took 1.o thought to chaange andl keep tlysclt?o?i ry: There is noe doubt Ignos chill thait fetitld on my sy?stem, and neifly as pos.ib'e fettled me. 1 got frightful ~iains in the heat a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 1 June 1900
The " Het1lesviIe Guardian " GENERAL PRINTING WO,RKS, OASTu LLi- AS1Ei,?? , . .ALES.VILLLE, - - :t 0.: -- = J .PRINT iNG 8 n OF EVERY DESCRIPTION IO~ INE O. TME: PREMISES; 'iSitl Neatness and D espatcg.l Is The "&lt;Guardian "- is published every FRID?.AY .Morning, in time to, atch First lMail. a i atsp DI - : local industry. It, condemns thp. practice of.supporting .foreign labor. ro ys is he LD, ial he he In GREAT WINTER SA.L, TE. -÷e Our Thirteenth Annual STOCK - TtING SALE. P1 Beehive Stores, LILYDALE. A: Established 1886. 3. MOREY & CO., According to their usual custom before Stock-taking, will offer the whole A pf th.ir Stock of in First-Class Drapery to At Considerable Reductions. A This is a Genuine Sale, Not a Lot of P Stock Bought Cheap. to Sell Cheap, but GENUINE REDUCTIONS of our well-knownr Stock to reduce it to facilitate Stock-taking. For One Month Only! Commenced Saturday, July 8, 1899. BONA FIDE BARGAINS. C Millinery I Millinery I Ladies' Caps, Jacke...