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Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
Courts of Petty Sessions. IT is hereby notified for public informa tioni?hat Courts of Petty Sessions will be held during the year. 1894 at the under mentioned places, on the datpe and at the hours respectively set out beloty: i?7u'of'C ,irt. Itour. April. Iny. June. Jly. A'ug Sip. Ot. i ov: . db: Ferirceo Gully ... 10 n.m. 28 26 23 21 18 15 13 10 8 Heidelbrg ... ...10 ,, 2,0 16, 14, 28° 11, 250 .9,230 6, 200 3, 170 1,150,29 120,26 100 Yarra Gle? ... ... 9.30 4t 2t 27t : 25t 22t 19t 17t 14: .2t Henlesville.... ...2.0 p. 5 3 31 28 26 23 20 18 15, 13 Lilydlo ... ... .30n.I) i,~' , 4, 11,1,o 8, 15, , 13; 20, 3, 10, 17,7,14,210,5,12,190, 2,16,23 ,7,14;210 20, 27 1$,'2"' 22'29o 270 2,0 31 28. 211 30 28 Qdecnstown,.. 1...l ,, 9 7 4. 2 18 10. 8 5 3 Eltlin . .11. ,,.. 24. 29 26' 2)44 28 25 30 27 18 Anderson's Creek 11' ,, 28 211 18 16 27 24 22 19 17 o Licensing and Warden's Courta..` tf Licensing Courts. 'The Clerk of Courts will attend to issue summonses and other processes as under: -Heal...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
" I LLIA.1* 1 AUSTRALIAN -S -. . -- I * S* . " - U A - C, g * * I =0 j_ CAYE HILL BACON FACTORY.. E, ROBERTS, Orgprs r ceived (by post or otherwise) will be given prompt atten.pion. E GooDs FORWARDED ByR. A . A * A A *IL1 A *** * - ~ ~ Gooqs IFRWAI~nDn iBY RAIL. JOE LEVY, TURF pOXMISSION AGENT (Memlber of Victorian Club and Bowe's Tatersalls). NIelbolrne and Sydney Tatersall . coIiIISSIONS FXECUT D CAULFIELD ANID il'ELBOIRNE VI.C. DERBY. AND Tglegrans must he Reply Paid. so re ply, no business. CiLIENTS are particult.ly rcquested to ? " "observe that on no agcoipnt will coqi minsions receive attentiohn iless accoin jpanfed' y cash. Correspondence addtessed to the Vic toria Clip, Melbourne, or at his place of husiness, Turf Club "Cigar Divan, 163 Elizabeth-street, will' ecdiyp strict qtten tion by rejurn of poqt. Correspoqdence pn day of Race should arrive before 11 o'clock. * JOQE (EyY, Turf aad Oommission Age t, 183 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne, Near G.P.O. ~'Terms Strictly- Cish. T...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
Hlcalesville Post; and Telegra'ph Qilice. : Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph oflice open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post office savings bank open from 10 a.m.. to 3 p...' ; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. 'Mails close for- Melbourne 6.45 am and 10.15 am aily. Intermediate 7.15 pm Marysville and ... ., 9.39 am daily Narbethong Arrive from - Melbonrne, &c..; 9.40 am 2.40 pm 7.30 pm daily. Marysville ' aqid ... 7 pm daily Narbet eng. MISS FYFE, Popstmistress..
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
Marysville.. A Apicturesque postal township on the Stevenson River,',62, miles east of lIel bourne. Rail.dircct to Healesville, thenqe daily coach, the road passing over the far-' famed Black Spur. The scenery at Marys- i ville is extremely pretty; the Stevenson F'alls.are two miles distant, and `. Tommy's Bend" and Cumberland Creek .are near. I ItJ s two ..gf hotels state scli P s oatian, and stv o _ res'n. ¶Phe district is purely grazing". t is connected with Nar bethon g and lealeaville by ielephone. M. eppel, ppstqiaster. Population, 80.
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
Buxton. •A . postaltoinship on the Acheron River, :~~miles east of Melbourne. It has a large hotel, sttOre, and state school. The district -srp pastoral and agricultural, with several gopd.farnms." A cross-country postal ser v.ice isi maintained wiith Marysville and ( Alexai indr bii b way"of Buxton .tri-weekly: itfy therwill.postnaster. =Population, 50.
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
LAWN TENNIS. The tournament of mixed fours in cnraection with the local club was corn n en ced :on: Wednesday afternoon last, th' ivweathber "being >hright and 'clear, although in the earlier part somewhat wari oa. There was a very good attend ac.ce of members and visitors, and a fair number of sets were played off, of w'hich the following are scores: FIRST ROUND. Mr. George and Miss'M'Gretton v. Mr. Gibbs and Miss Fyfe, 6-1. - Mr. Row and Miss P. Shaw v. Mr. B:lzary and Mrs. George, 2-6. Mr. Pierce and Miss Shaw v. Dr. Baird and Miss Rodgers, 6-3. SECOND ROUND. Mr. George and Miss M'Gretton v. Mr. Row and Miss P. Shaw, 6-1. Mr. Balzary and Mrs. George v. Dr. Baird and Miss Rodgers, 3-6. THIRD ROUND. Mr. Row and Miss P. Shaw v. Dr. Baird and Miss Rodgers, 1-6. FOURTH ROUND. Mr; George and Miss M'Gretton v. Mr. ~Bal ry and Mrs. George, 6-4. 1ar:. Gibbs and Miss Fyfe v, Mr. Row and Miss P. Shaw, 3-6. . Mr. Pierce and Miss Shaw v. Mr. Balzary and Mrs. George, 7-5.
THE FARRELL TROPHY COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
THE FARRELL TROPHY COMPETITION The inatches in connection with this competition were commenced on Satur. day last. Coranderrk proceeded to Steel's Creek to play that club, but a very poor stand was made by the visi tors, eight of their wickets being down for 9 runs, the Steel's Creek team hav 68 to their credit. The first innings on each side only being played. Lilydale also opened at the Glen, and on both sides the seores were remark alrly small :-Lilydale: First innings, 25; second, 20. Yarra Glen : First in nings, 27; second, six wickets down for 81 These matches will be played out to-morrow.
Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
Ntrbctllong. A pretty postal hamlet situated at the foot of the EBlack Spur, on .Fisher's Creek, 53 miles east of Melbburne. Rail direct to Healesville, thence by coach 14 miles. It has a good hotel, and is connected with Healesville:by telephone.- Mrs. Williams, postmistr.ess. Population, 20..
THERE MUST BE SOMETHING WRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
THERE MUST BE SOMETHING WRONG. Who n earth produces, free andi fair, • The goldern waving corn.;. When fragrant fruits perfume the air, And. lteeey flocks are shorh ; Whilsi thousand.i uiove with achiing head, And sing the ceaseless song " We starve, we die.; oh give us bread !"' There must be something wrong.. When wealth is wrought e1s'easons roll, Frou off the fruitful sofl' When luxury, from pole to pole, Reaps fruit of human toil; When from a thousand, onealone In plenty rolls along,. And others ne'er a joy hav known, There must be something wrong. When poor men's tables waste away To barrenness and drought, There must be something in the way That's worth the fininngout. When surfeit one table bends, And numbers move along, - While scarce a crust their board extends, There must be something wrong.. Then let the law give equal tight To wealthy and to poor; Let Freedom crush the hand of Might, , We ask for nothing more, .lJtil this system is begun, The burden of my song it must a...
RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
RAINFALL. Mr. A. Rodgers, C.E., shire engi neer, has'kindly furnished us with the following particulars in regard to the rainfall in this locality from the 1st of January; last up to the present date. The figures indigate. the number of points:-January 0"24, February 0.10, March-l150, April 2.93, May 1'5, June 3.55, July 5'61, August 4.34, Septem ber 47?3,:October, up to the 25th, 5"85. Total to date, 30·00 inches. Very heavy rain storms have pre vailed during this month. The greatest rainfall occurred on the 18th, when 80 points fell .within 2j hours. The following items may be of some interest, as they give an idea of the immense quantity of water which has fallen during the month, and during the year since January 1st, 1894. For the month of October there has fallen on each area of one acre 140,250 gal lons, equal to 63 tons, For the same period over the whole township's area of 500 acres, 7,012,544 gallous, equal to 31,306 tons. On the whole town ship` for the year, 35,062,720 g...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
Local & General News. The .local Bowling g~lb intend to make a start at active wqrk -to-morrow afternoon, when matches will be ar: ranged; and the lheon. secretary, Mr. W. M'Sweepey, trusts that all members will he present if possible, so as to make the, opening day a pleasant one, while at the same time infusing some interest and enthusiasm into the first day's play of the season. The weather during the past week or so has beep very favorable to the green, and with great attention it has been rendered in a very much better condition that} eyer it was, sq that there is everything in favor of a most enjoyable afternoon at the fairy nook on the banks of the Maroondah. There is no restriction on the presence of visitors, but on the other hand we are sure they will be p.tended a hearty welceme by the mpatbprs of the club. On Monday afternoon last a most serious accident happened to Mr. Jno. Fs Connelly, - one of the men composing ev the gang in charge of the local section of of....
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
S UBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRID4A, OqlTOER 26, 1894., THE quesip tof ? eligious pr.uSeplSar instruction in the State SFhoolsi has once more been pnpoginently brought to the front by the Congregational Union, whaen a resolution to bring pressure to bear in favor of rpligious instrpction was negatived by a considerable Ima jority-the Rev. Dr. Bevan amlongst others voting agginst it. The reason is plain. Religion in this polgrly is split up into so many septs that it would be an impossibility to comle to any agree ment as to what the nature qf the tpaph ing should be. What might meet the views'of the .Anglican Church would nota dp for the Roman Catholics.: The leading dissenting bodies, again,omight differ from both and with pach other, whilst the Presbyterians would pro bahly want a programme to meet their views, Here lips a difficulty that ap pears to be insuperable. And assum ing Parliament to take the matter: in hand, the result would be that whilst trying to please everybody they...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
THE IIEALEýViIE S[IRE DIRECTORY. OGuntics--Apglcsey anti Evelyn. 1PtirislIes-Bnxton. Glenwatts, Narbedi'ong ; Stexensons; pn& part 9f .Gracedale attly ;Grp nton. Prpvince-ooutlh-Eastern. *Mertpbers of Council-Icons. Jas. Balfour, Jas. Buchanan, and F. S.7?obson, LL.V. iElectoral District-Eely p. Divisiop¢ llealesville. einpber of Assembly--E. U. .Cameron. iE ectoral District-An les·cs y Division Mlarvsville. Moztuher of Assemrbly-3 i Si.C PKenzice
The Stamp Duties Act. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
'The Stamp Duties Act A the following scale of duties re quired to B, paid in the shape of; stamps, which! hve to be attached to various docuc.pnts and cancelled in ac curdance with the §tanlp 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 staimps required to be attachied to each ; BILL OF EXCHANGE. Pill or Excdiifge and L caPisaory'Not.. Se . d. Where the aimoint or value of the money for wiiclh a' iill or note is drawn exceeds £10,000, lthen fric evbry £50 of hlle'aiouint or valiue, and also for any fractiional part of £50 of sucll a?liimllt or value .. 0 1 0 Rill of exchange payable oln dlemlaild chllrge able with slame duty as a promlissIry note for sallle aollllInt. (Embossed stamlis tlust be usedwhich may be obtained at all ';iost Offices.)' SXEErPTIONS. 1. Draft or onler liawn by any banker ir Victoria upon any other ba'nker in Vi...
GOOD-BYE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
GOQD-BYE. .He' was . thsp proud and h' aghty guard at the railway gate, and they were 'wo ladies who disliked to hbe separated very. much. "' Good-bye,". said the one with the valise and the red pasteboard box tied with white string. . " Good-bye," replied'the one who had no luggage.. ` Be sure eand bid modther good-bye for me :'won't:' .you'd" Y.es and-you-must hbe: sure;to give my love to all the fola s "I will. They will be' sorry you cou1 n't comei. with me." " I' know iti .but you will explain just how it was. ,I certainly wanted to comq, " You won't fqrget to lock the piano so"tiat baby won't put buttons and scraps into the strrilgs." ' And shut iithe ,indows when it raing., Of course." '.Well, I must hurry. Good-bye." Good-bye." w hen, they kissed and parted, and the: traveller with some difficulty ex tracted her ticket from the, valise. Just as she got to the guard she gave a little scream. SOh i" she said, "' there is something I want to say to her. Shall' I have time .T "'...