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CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) THE PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our corresponde21td.) THE PATRIOTIC FUND.: TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. Sir,-I thoroughly endorse the re marks of " Colonial" which appeared in your journal last week, and hope that some patriotic spirit will still keep the ball rolling, The Healesville people are well knotn for their dispo sition towards charity; let them again show it in this instance. I will contri bute my ' mite' as soon as anything definitte is decided upon.--Yours, &c., VOLtUNTEER.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BOERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

THE BOERS. ---:0:-- A lady I(1iiss Flora Nicholls, of Auckland, Maoriland) writes to Auck land HERALD regarding the Boers :-"I have lately lived among them (the Boers) for over two years, when I had every opportunity of closely watching tlie? innerniost lives and lillait. From first to last I sai notlineg hut what was honorable, praiseworthy, and admirable in the extreme. I have met Boers who through drought having lost thou san'ds of sheep and goats in one season have lived on nothing but goats' flesh, goats' milk, and pure water, hdt one ounce of bread passing their lips, be cause they could not see their way to be sure of paying for it. Let me ask how many then, aye; and men who are holding their heads high to-day in Auckland, have corie within coo-ee even of the example of these same Boers when difficulties have arisen, and probably, tlhrough their own fault, could not paj their just debts. Have the~y ont retained their luxuries and continued Dating their bread buttered ori both...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOOLANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

TOOLANGI. -- --:o: - (From our Correspondent.) A little incident which occurred in connection with our late sports is; I think, worth recordiing, in iriew of the coming generl elecdtion. Our .two members of Parliament were written td by the siacretary, in which thie were intited to be present at the gatherinig. From the one a nice lettiri was receiired, in reply (also containing a cheque), whilst the other M.L.A. is still wait ing for common courtesy to prompt a reply. But comparisons are odious.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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THE DEAF AND DUMB AND BLIND. THE ORAL SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

THE DEAF AND DIUMB AND 'BLIND. n THE ORAL SYSTEM. n On Wednesday evening next, 17th ii inst., residents of Healesville and sur- a rounding districts will be afforded a very rare treat, when the above com pany will give a grand educational and musical entertainment in the Re creation Hall. The blind will give an exhibition of the Braille System, songs d (sentimental and comic), instrumnental selections, &c. The idea is entertained in some 4darters thlit an entertain meit:given by blind performers must be of a imediocie quality, and that de ficiencies are apparent arid o;erlooked on account 'of the distressing disabi lity finder which those tating part labor. Such a view is wholly erroneous, for the members of the present com pany may lay claim to a measure of musical talent surpassed by few musi cal combliinations composed of persons endowed to the full with the faculties of vision.-"' " tago (Ddiiedin N.Z.) Daily News." The Deaf and Dunoi.vill coiitrihute exhibitions of the ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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WARBURTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

WARI URTON RitCES. A race meeting i as held at Warbur toI on New Year's Day. Thie fields weJre fairly large and the racing was go? '. rhe attendance wa'. reikpytable, and the day passed off ileasantly. A rather serious accident; however, oc curred to a rider named Ely, who was thrown from his horse whilst riding in a race. He .was hadly shaken and bruised, and had to he carried from the course. The winneri areas under: MAIDEN PLATE: Mr. G lrdiner's Jess ... :. 1 ilURDLE RACE. Mr. H. 6. Ely's Neio ... 1 PoNY RAdE. Mr. Wm. Andeison's Ro .. 1 OPEN HANDICAP.I Mr. (ardiner's .Jess ... . 1 DISTRI?T TnrT. Mr. Win. Mackay's Brig?aii # HAcit RACE. MTr; Vim. Anderson's Ro a .:. i

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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PERTINENT PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

' PERTINENT PARS. [BY HAWK-EYE.] Respecting the Boer England war. we have' had it by cable that a " wave of enthfsiasm" has swept o'er Canada, and that the Dominion is "aflame with patriotic fervor." To all loyal subjects of the British flag, these sentiments must inculcate in our beings a thrill of pride and exultant hope. We in Victoria are just now, it might be said, suffering a similar feeling, though, perhaps, in not quite so pronounced a manner. Albeit, that feeling ecists, and Australia, though so often twitted wvith being callous and backward, has shown that in the hour of need she is ever iready to stand by the Euinli'e, hand in ?and-either for weal or woe. To tie it 'seems in the nature of an enigma that our own flesh and blood should decry the efforts put forth by our colonial Governments in sendiing troops to South Africa, there to do battle for the honor of the race from which we .prung. I quite hold with often e:pressed views that it is a regrettable matter that the ca...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

Si tr E`a'nr 1 aiid Pu1iumsory Note 1 here the ai iut or vlahiie. f the , tiisIiey [.,rwie ,igic a bill. or nil.. IS drawi excseeus ..10 U00. iht t,,ic osery £30 oftthe ai,.i ,t or v:alue, atnd also i fu any fr.tti.,nltl ptrt of £50 oif sulr a,.,linit tr valrne .. 0 1 0 Bi'll of eXi n4l=i: ,1.yalie i? o .leistn.i co hatrkse: able with .,inie duty as ai iromuiss.iory nolte t fur *ell a illoll ll L ' ;EIi,inusil i'::.tiii. nMstii be ci,i.ndwlich may a5 obtained at all Pu,Lt Ollices.) of Lrx .. $x :as. hr 1. Draft oror!a.:r idransu fy '.ny banker ir sl Victor is upon l uany itlier libaIuer in Victoria as ait payable to bearer rit LIu or0h1 anndl used at ulely for the pI-rln,,se of sttling .ir cleariuy suy Ilccount betwee., isuch i a illl;nss. 2. Laetter wrItein by a banker in Victoria payieiit of TinyEfaIr l r ii nicr TlijSi, ri li e`ti ett being piayable to bearer or to order, and such letter not bei ig renit or delivered, to thie person to whivl pility:n?:t is to be made or to any pu...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

TLE THOlE.: YEAE ALL bihrds, exept lspa~rows and minas, not indigenoas to Australia, and their produer. (including cags), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer epithiauuris, fan-t.ils, .fly-cat baris great inglisheeror .la'ughin jaclass, grouse, ibi' lyre-birds, magpies, imagpie liiks, owls, partridges; . pheasants, -. , ias, .podargus or mopokes, 'L -, ,,- southern stone' plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. Ju'ni 14 To DECEMBER 20 : Black swan; emun, wild geese of all kinds. ..Ac.--T? 1 Tu?i uO Frau TY "28 .. ironzo-wiged or other wild pigeons. ' AeC ST 1 to DECEI 'BEF-'20. - All birds kiip ia as cranes, uch 'as herons) egrcts, LL. ;c all honey-caters excepat wattle: .birds ;and leather-beads ; ill: kingfishar other than the laughing j?ckass ;: all memrn bets, of the grauculus: family ; avocets bittern, black 'cockatnos, coach-whiip-bird . eunekvos, gang gang cockatoos, Iandl-rail, .al -ther mei:ibefs 'of the rail family. porp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

SEALESVILLE ." HOTEL, I NIC0HOLSON-STREET. THOS. BOONE, PROPRIETOR. Good Accommodation. Moderate Tariff. Only the Best Wines and Spirits kept. VISITORS- can rely on getting GOOD ACCOMMODATION. MEALS-ONE SHILLING. TsB,, whilst thanking his patrons for past favors, hopes by civility and strict attention to business to merit a continuance of their patronage. YAR4I A FLATS HOTEL. GOOD ACCOMODATION Fro TRAVELLERS, CYCLISTS AND TOURISTS. Good Shooting and Fishing, in Season. Horses and Traps to hire at Moderate Rates. Best Wines, Ales, and Spirits Kept in Stock. PROPRIETOR, YARRA GLEN ROAD:. W. H. HOOPER, PRACTICAL -TAILOR, MAIN - ST., LILYDA LE. A GOOD SUIT MADE TO ORDER FOR £2 15s. TROUSERS FROM 12. 6d. AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS .. To choose from. A Trial Solicited. 1 Healesville visited every month. Orders may be left with MR. W. J. haxtEs LOST MANHOOD reirvoua Debility, &o., ftom youthful folly, excesses or any cause. Guatranteed CU.E. A great ycientallu discovery by anatomy. Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

ADovb:aiis:I' t is the-elhitf tioxiliary of traded eAi? es ti'nsng is not.th t "noad to success, but usses itoself. Iichardesoi. ' e ort your liiics I owe al my JA et s to it.-t'.. ' Bdw 'rr:n - .- :. 'iThe inmt tirnt?hfill f,a1t of e' new'spaper. is ts adllvertisements.-JejbErlifl' dl 1 ..-he muan who pays moreC. for s-hop rent tii ad ertP ing does liot I non his husiness '-·orace' 'ed " :, .... " Hoi can cue. ma inkno' what you` viit 'unless you i§ik for it; our ihat you harve to sell iuinless ?pu adertse it ??: I . H-llit "Hale Tl..The.. adt rtiseinmets ,,wl:iclh :applar in , publi journal take iruak noiie. tjie. most 'i"rnfiuaiit idtlicatioi ofl thi ci tte oo soCiety of thkat tinie and place.? "c, ) :ii::' " - SIf yob adr-irti leit 'gise your pla?e "reputation arounl:;'fo1itsi Will ci'w·rd tw your :warehouse and keep lively. iif yfn don't 'want to do anytling, lreep, as still a syou van.-C. F. Brownie. There is in absolites nicessity for adver 'tiing; there is a great ea gernies...

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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

CYCLING NOTES. The attention of cyc ists is called to the Victorian Cci,.t,' Patriotic Fund, the proceerds of which will be utilised for aileviiting any distrest caused thr.iugh IIIIeIIIIers of hli Vic torian co?Lingents being killed o i rca. pacitated in the Blritish-Boer war. Mr. F. .Jenkinson, an executive member of the Leahub of Victorian Wheelnmn, has taken thlie matter in hand, and as the object is worthy of thd syiipathy of all wheelmen it is to be hoped that a good sumr will be sub, scribed Sby the wheeling fraternity. Mr. Jenrlkinson's ad;'ress is 230 Flinders-lane. Melbourn~, and all cyclists are heartily invited to send along a sljillite-or more--for "The Gentlenren in Kh:arki ordered South.' The L, V.W. has already headed the list with a suhiscription of 200 shilling; and as sone 200 lists have been dis tributed throughout Victoria a credit, ah!e sour is sure to be collected. Simi lar funds will now more than likely be opened up in several of the colonies; but in the mea...

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A PROPOSED NEW WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 January 1900

A PROPOSED NEW WORK. The Metropolitan Board of Work are (says the HERALD) actitig with cnn siderahle prudenice and foresight in taking steps to auig~ment the Maroon dah water supply, an important auxi liary to the Yan Yean. The idea sug gested itself to their water supply en gineer, Mr. Dowden, when, while ex amining the country beyond Heales ville, he found that the Acheron river took its rise six miles to the south of the source, as shown by the existing maps, and that its waters could be car ried into the Maroondah without much difficulty, and at ,a moderate expense. Acting on Mr. Dowden's advice, the Board haie applied to the Lands de par5tment to have an area of some 13,000 acres, the watershed of the Upper Acheron, permanently set aside for the purpose tiilntioned. This area, howvever, halspeis to form. part of the State Forest, and the officers of the Lands Department aihd the Heal.esville Shire Council want some of it thrown open for settlement. Both these par ties will, the...

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A TURKISH WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 19 January 1900

A TURKISH WEDDING. A wedding is always an interesting event, even to those who are not di rectly concerned., in it:. Whereas the ceremonyof " tying'te knot= oily takes a few minutes in Christian' oun tries, it aits in Cairo from-7 'o'clock in the evening to 11, and is like 'enacting Schapter in the-" Airbiti.Niglits." With difficulty we made our way to the gate of the large garden in front of the pasha's palace, the entire'facade of which was brilliantly illuminated, and within which the wedding 'ceremony was about'to take place. The ladies were immediately'taken away from us, and conducted to the harem, our men being shown into a room, beside another reserved for the natives-men everywhere, but not a womatl. After a while we were invited into the large' dining hall, where we were rejoined by the' ladies, but onily 'the ladies of our own party, and all sat down to dinner ! And such a dinner! I cannot give the menu. What took place' in the harem is best told by one of the ladies. She...

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GREEN BONE FOR HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 19 January 1900

GREEN BONE FOR HENS. Enthusiasts claim so much for fresh cut bone that the earnest desire of prac tical poultrymen to know the truth of the matter has led to a careful inves tigation. The results have been very satisfactory and the reason so simple as to excite surprise that it was never thought of before. No intelligent farmer wou!d expect to reap a rich harvest who sowed the seed in poor and worn-out soil. It is a fact that is well know that all plant life needs food, and the highest development is attained when its .own particular kind of food is famnished. A hen has to find the material to form an egg from the food she gets""If that food is rich in the egg constituents;'she lays, well, but if lacking in, them she lays poorly. .: A chemical analysis of green hone sho'.s that it contains every element founid in the white, the yolk, and the shell of the egg. This accounts for the avidity with which green bone is, devoured by. the hen. Instinct implants in all animals a taste and de...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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AN OBSTACLE TO BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 19 January 1900

AN OBSTACLE TO BEAUTY. To a pretty?girl or a handsomeyoung mau pimples are ani abominatioii, To have :.perfect features spoiled by ittle re ".?blotches ,all o ,ver' , lie·;. ifTs eAceedagly annoying, to say the least, n yet nearly all yooing peopleof hibe present day are troubled more or less. with thisj complaint; ':which; :by the way, caniiot bie trerited prbperly by the use of :osumetics.s The only real re= medy forpimples is the one that ,Will prevent impure matter circulating in the blood vessels, and this can be done .by acting .on the liver and various di ,estive organs, enabling them to clear all waste.matter out of the body.;, ,This latter is the especial object of -Bile Beans, and acting, as they do,-direct on the liver, causing it to create the natural purgative for the body, i.e., 'the bile, they obtain a beneficial, result in. the safest, surest and quickest manner. They enable the stomach to do its work quickly and thoroughly, help the liver to help itself, and do away...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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MARK TWAIN AND THE BOER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 19 January 1900

MiARK TWAIN AND THE BOER. Mark Twain has met the Boer, and thisis what he says of him : "i He is deeply religious; profoundly ignorant; dull, obstinate, bigoted; uncleanly in his habits; hospitable, hotnst in his dealings with the whites, a. hard master to his black servant; lazy, a good shot, good horseman, ad dicted to the chase; a lover of political independence, a good husband and -father; not fond of herding together in towns, but liking the seclusion and remoteness and solitude and empty vastness and silence of. the veldt; :a nman of mighty appetite, and not deli cate about what he appeases, it with well satisfied"with pork, and- Indian corn and biltong, requiring only that the quantity. shall, not ' be stinted; willing:to ride a long journey to take a' hand in the rude all night dance, interspaced with vigorous feeding and boisterous :jollity,- but 'ready to ride twice as far for a prayer meeting; proud ofo; his .+Dutch and, Huguenot origin and its-~religious and military his...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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THINGS WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 19 January 1900

T*IIGS WORTH KNOWING. Only aloiut one out of every 1000 married coupleslivo to celebrate their golden wedding. T'or warts and corns, use castor oil. An 'application of the oil" twice daily, it is saivd, will bring about a cure in a period of a fortnight or six: weeks.: Russia's Asiatic possessions are three times the size of our o?ri; but contain only 23,000 000 inhliitants, as compared 'with?. Great Britcai's 279,000,000 snlhjects. 'Ofe of the longest lived birds on re cord died not long back in Lonidon. It Prince of Whles, and was a century and a quarter orll. aThe wild liorses of. Arabia will not admit a tamne horsy aniohg themn, while the wild horses of South Anmerica en deavour to decoy domesticated horses from their masters and seemi eager to welcone itheinm. Apparmntly the 'cab horse :will soon disalipear :froim^ the streets of 'New York.' Over a 'hundred :nitor :eals are now in use, 200 inore will ,be added shlortly' and orders for the con struction of 1500 cabs have just be...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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RAISING RASPBERRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 19 January 1900

RAISING. RASPBERRIES. Why do many fail with raspberries? is a counuiuno question. Largely be cause they do not se'dre the rightt soil at first,'and second because 'they do not maintain their richndss.; i After the roots are' plaanted the cane. that shoot up this year will produce: fruit ite?t 'easonii. They: sho?ld' then be pruned out to give tie' "Fhthe iew canes a chance to hear. If 'tue 'new canes appear:in great quantity it will be necessary to pinch off the ends in order to:ljroduce a growth of laterals: In thisway wi e get canies Iarge eriough to suppol then saelves. This can be done so puccessfully that no ?takes; or other :supports are required. The work of fastening the youing canes to. the stak a is quite a' serious under ta ing, especially in a` large field, and the. cost of the rmariy supports for rasp bterry canes is quite an item--more so than. ii 'graipe culture, for the 'nei~ caries: Iust be 'tied to the supports. .;eery sprn Vrarilous 8system of supports for raspber...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1900. THE BRITISH-BOER WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 19 January 1900

1i PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 900oo. THE BRITI4II'IOEk WAR. .t IT is evident that England is com mitted to a policy in South Africa s which the statesmen of the Stuart epoch would have called " thorough." r She cannot now, with any hope of maintaining her prestige among nations, take her hand from the plough, but t must see the matter through. The real question is not whether England will be victorious, but how long will it be ere that " consummation devoutly to be wislied"' omes about. Evidently the process will be accelerated or im peded by the success of our men or otherwise reducing the Boers to a state of. exhaustion. Even the immense amount of ammunition; guns, and military stores that the Boers have been importing for the last three years -somne say more like thirteen-will not last for ever, and already the cart ridges for the large French guns are said to be giving out. These latter weapons are those on which the hosts of Kruger depend to vest the British...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 19 January 1900

• Tene is the' cordinicn of the 9 b9 ody when all is in gobd order, . the blood rich, the nerves steady, A the spine and back strong, stiff and. vigorous, the, skin clear, the m:an rr woman well and happy. 9 People who lack tone cad fly to Q Smedicine are ofeln :ade worse. P? rativ'.s wc::I::: the brdy and derange the digcstion, so do tonics, So c::!"cd, and t:ey irritate the ucrve oo00. Thai: is becc?.se they are S :ncd I:ophl::z'rd, ws itl:or:t proper l i. i-.L. ', P 5Il_ A Suscd a:ccordi: to (: c::rcf::l di. rectiRs that c'.?ec vith t?ern, are T HE Ci 'LY TRUE TONIC, i) they cannot dot hoar, they only " F 'r o, 'r ' x oar I .sn ,',rl f'rm "., ' :!. ',',"'i,1'-,'," 1.i.: ) t.:l ,,:.:1 i"1''. ýtlL ' 1 .:;I t l'"r - ana: : , it ; , . (,"'~ 1:,, anIt S , , ý r.I , - ,,:0| 6 , t rto w at, i,. :1' l. . , iI I x ie been .1 . 1 .I u .:, i1s to !." 1 4 .....'i l' 1 i IA..... .. 1 ;:i . r :',' Ii:, I :I !: !':I i"' l I, ourxei 9 p t'OD . .... ; It , .. lt'I? eb ?4l , , ', "+. :+': ,. ', :j...

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