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Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
Ie4lesville lWater 'frust. Constitute 10tlh Janugiry, 1P.00. Corn prising- portion of Healesyille Shire. For supplying Healesville tqlwnlhip and part of the parish gf Gracedale. Population supplied, 700. Cominimsioners--All the inembers of the Shire Council. E. J. HUll, Chairran. ' E. H. Catmeron, M.L.A., Governijment nolii nee. Secretary .nd collector--Chas. H. Alex ander. Tresurer--Jno. Cornish. The water rate is 1s. in the £, based on the municipal valuation of property rated. If by measure, d. per 1000 gals.
LOVE ME, LOVE MY DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
:. LYVEg 1E, LOVE IMY IDOG. ' .y [?Rs. J. K. LAWsoN. 'Rain,",pin, rain. It had rain?d all last nigh , it had rained all day, it was drizzling still. But thrqugli the 7grey dis;omfort the long roar pf the city ,trallic~,cld on; on the slipp;ry glisteq ing a?teets the clazik, clank, clank .f ~ae, hoofs rang, in. bssntly ; the i?nibuses were croweed ,withik and vitiont as the thick nighlt closed in, ap4n the lamps began to .yink and the Atiop windows lit u~j"il:liminating the (long vista of Argyle-street. These -ivindows, alwgys attractive by their varicd displqy of color, were to-night many-hued ~pd brilliant as an Eastern ibazaar. And despite the showering .overhead and the damp under foot, the streets were crowded wvith citizens well to-do, and citizens not wvell-to-do at all; gitipns in comfortable overcoats and rubbered 'feet; citizens with second htand coats buttoned sparsely over 1bP shlivering chest, and with shoes -~at pumped water in and out at - ,every. step; icitizeneisegs ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 October 1894
Viotorian Railways. EXCURSIONS TO MELBOURNE IN CONNEXION WITH THE VICTORIA RACING CLUB'S SPRING MEETING ON 3RD, 6TH, 8II. and 10TH NOVEMBER (DERBY, CUP, OAKS, and STEEPLECHASE DAYs). FROM 29th October till 10th November (both days inclusive) Return Tickets. at Holiday Excursion Fares will be issued to Melbourne only at all stations (Denili quin and Mathoura included), and by Messrs. T. Cook and Son's agents at Bal larat, Geelong, and Bendigo. The tickets will be available for all trains, and for re turn by any train up till the night of the 19th November. The journey cannot he broken. HoRSES, &c.-Horses or vehicles will not be accepted for any particular train that is likely to be fully loaded with passengers on either journey. By order, R. G. KENT, Secretary for Railways. Shire of Healesville. T ENDERS are invited until 10 o'clock a.m. on MONDAY,i.the 29th OC TOBER, 1894, for the. undermentioned works-- Lighting the Street Lamps in Heales ville for. the period ending 30th S...
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1804. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST,. A - It MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1804. This body met immediately after the c conclusion of the council business, the a same members being present. The minutes and outward corres pondence having been read and approved, the following correspondenoe c was read and dealt with : From J. Wilson, manager of hop t garden for Mrs. Steel, asking to have I a 2-inch water pipe laid to the garden; t also asking the amount of rates he d would be charged for same, as he wanted to use the water for irrigating t the garden, and: the piece of land near r the hop kiln if required.-A deal of I discussion took place over this letter, a the secretary pointing out that there I was only a sum of~£12 10s available ( out of the loan, and if extra works be- I yond that amount were entered upon, t a further loan would be required.-Com. i Sloss said there was a petition in from t ratepayers on the Donri road to have waster laid on there. He thought as they were ratepayers their application s...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1894. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
THE HEALES LLE SHI-I E w COUN L. n lMONDAor, Ocr TEJt 29, 1894 . SPECIAL AEETING. a A special nmeetinJof the above was held on Monday las?or the purpose of taking into consi ration the re valuation of the Suire properties as c mpade by the valuer,lMr. C. H. Alex- C .nder. The nlembers present/ were Or. E. J. Hall (Pruident), and Crs. 1Green, Sloss, Qlemetts, Holland, and M.'Gretton. The secretary explained that owing to the audit and ill health he was un able to have the valutation quite com plete, and sqggested that the matter be postponed for a fortnight. The town members could be enipgwered to deal with the valuations. V Cr. Green moved that the matter be postponed according to the secretary's suggestion. The meeting to take place t 7 p.m. on this night fortnight. Seconded by Qr. M'Gretton, and carried. The secretary stated ' that there would not be very much alteration in -. the total amount of the whole valuation, aS what reductions were made would be compensatdd foir by7i'the ...
WANTED TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
WANTED TO KNOW. .[B NEPTUNE.] When are* we going to have cheaper fares from Healesville ? Wty don't the I public kick up a row ? What becaie'of the reportdr; there was l -p report of the Debating Society ? Is it S e _that_?h e wasga?,gged ? - -.. .. Is it true that our Brass Band is going to Buxton on Boxing Day ?: Is not that young man getting an expert at pocketing? Who is it that believes in play and not pay ? Don't some folks like to have things on the cheap, even a cheap ride. Would it not be much better if those who are fond of talking scandal or ill of others not only count to teii but say their prayers before they speak. They might forget what they were going to say, and thussave a deal of unpleasantness. Whatwas the result of the debate at our local Debating Society on the subject "Has the society gttained the objects for whichv it was instituted ?" ' I was looking for'the repdot; but could not find it. Are we going to have any kind of sports on New Years' Day, 1895 ? If so...
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
MAKYSYILLE. [FROg QURu OWN CORRESPOQNIENT.] All the hardwood timber for, the *Marysvijle Mechanics' lia.9 been sawn and Mr. Nichols, of Buxton, has the contract for carting, at £3 1Qs. It is probable that the specificatiops for ten- 1 defing will be made .out at the inext. t meeting, and we may hope to see the building qp by Christmas ifthesubscrip tions are paid up prompt. We are all aware that the times are not too good, but, for a building like this,: for the gopd p( the public, one would think that instead of forming a collecting conm mittee that they would have tQ empower the constable to keep off the crowd who wpnted to pay their subscriptions. Qn Friday last there was a quadrille partyheld in theBuxton halli the music was supplied by Mr. A. Sparke in his usual artistic manner. pancing was commenced a little after nine and was kept up till daylight. Although the weather was not everything that was desired there wasa very good attendance, and the dance was a most successful one...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
94e @tarixan. PUBLISHED FRIDAY. MORNIN.lS." FRIDA Y, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. Local & General News. Thefirstspssion ofthepewParliamentwas 1. inaugurated onTuueiday with'niuclh elat: When the Legislative Assembly reas sembled the debate was opened on the ad dress in reply. According to the Minis terial programme, Parliamenthasbeen called together to place the finances on a sound r basis, and to balance the national ledger. This feit is to be iccomnplished by !' requit able, gradual and extensive" retrenchment, by permnanent reduction of s?.aripgof dini sters and members, of future Governors, of judges and of agents general, departmental business is to be simplified, aid the piul?lic income to he supplemented by means of a tax upon the unimproved value of land, and Sby a tax on absentees and on incomes de rived from other sources than land. The obnoxious primagp duties pre to be swept .w( y. A bouquet of royaI commissions also forms part of the Ministerial scheme for. righting things...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
CLEARING SALE Still Proceedini .! nlRlmenseg Redulctions in Prices All hound.! . zhristnensn, G EN t LE aL STOREKEEPER. IIEALESYILLE 'First-Class Stock OP erocker3y, Grocery, &AND STA.TIONERY. ,ome and See, and Judge. fo;.Yonrself. HEALESV-I LE ' ' s - aO.tiSne - NIC.oLSOs STREET, HIEALESVILLE (Next Post Office). STATIONER, IIberdashei& and Tobacconist, SESPECTFULLY intimates that lie has 1 ilways in stock every requisit neces vary to be found in'q well-conducted busi ness of this kind. Fancy Goods, Tobacco & Cigars, Soaps & Perfumery, School Requisites, Stationery, all kincs, Fishing Tackle, &e. English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Delivered O; Posted to, any Address. ,, AGENT FOR PO.ULTON & OWEN'S IHiQMIEPATIIIC MEDICINES. Every Description of PATENT MEDICIOES Kept in Stock. Also, Blogg Bros' Perfumes. Try their Wattle Blossom, Baronia, and Essence of Bouquet. Local agent for Madame Demaret's Pape Patterns. A large stock of t...
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
Hiealesville.. . Apretty municipal township, with post ~and telegrgph and money-order office, and savings baik, situated. at the j?pction of the Gracebmrn and TMaroondal rivers, 39 'miles east of Melbourne. Rail 4 rect with Melbourne, Healesville being the terminus. .It has three large firstclass hotels and a , .rge temperance hotels. Graced,~le House, . #:handsome summer resort, is situated near . itbefoot of Mount Juliet, about'tree miles • from the railway station. There. are a fine "t?.te schoof,.four churches, branch of the SColonial Bank, court house, police station, Spechanics' institute and' free .library, a "ewspaper (THE HEALEVILLE ,flARDIAN), a number of stores and other places of business.. Extensive recreation grounds, cleared,'improved, and fenced ; also beau tiful lawn tennis court and bowling green. '?out and blackfish may be caught in the iveF near 1}ealesville, and good shooting a fey, miles out. The district is princi paUly grazing'; there are several orchards and...
Law [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
Lap Bailiwick-Central. Police Miagistrate - Mr. Jehb J. O'Meara.. Sits every third Thursday in the 1month. Justices of .the Pep?e-E. H. (Gmeron, "M.L.A., D. Crichton, J. Eson, Jno. Green, E. Kidney, J. J . Steel, and E. J. Hall (president of the shire). - Sessions-Thursday, at 10 a.mn. Clerk of Courts-Daniel Berrivihn.
Sunday Excursion Trains. DOWN: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
Sunday n gxcursion Trai ps DowN: Prince's Bridge, dep, .... . 11.0 am Healesville, arr ... 1.0 pm Up: Healesville, dep ... .,. . .30 pm Prince's Bridge,.arr ... ,,, 0.10 pm' Fares :-First class return, 3s : second class return, 2s. Children undpr. 4 years, free; over 4 and under 12, half fare. These tickets will be available for re turn by 6.30 train only.
Railway Time Table. HEALESVILLE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
Railway Time Table, HEALESVILLE TO IMELBOURNE. Heales, dep 7.0 am 10.35 am 7,50 pm Melb, arr 9.14 am 1.15 pm 10,3 pm MELBOURNE" TO HEALESVILLE. Melb, dep 7.0 am. 12.15 pi 54,12 pm tHeales, arr 9.30 am. 2.30 pri 7.19 pm Fares :-Single: First clays. 7s ; second class, 4s.7d. Return : First class, 1Qs 6d ; second class, 7s.
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
Hlc?lesville Post and Telegraph Ofice. ?Q.St office open" from 9 a.m top 6 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.3Q a.m. to 8 p,r.p Post office savings bank open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.,; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Mails close for Melbourne i. 6.45 am and . 10.15 an ? daily. Tntermediate J 7.15 pm Maryoville andry ... .., 9.30 am daily Narbethong Arrive from Melbonrne, &c.,, 9.40 am 2.4Q0 pm 7.30 pm' daily. Marysville and ... 7 pin daily Narbetheng " - . ISS PYFE, Postmistress.
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 November 1894
tlarysvillc. A picturesqie postal township on the Stevenson River, 62 miles east of Mel bourne. Rail direct to Healesville. thence daily coach, the road passing over the far famed Black Spur. The scenery atjMarys ville is extremely pretty ; the Stevenson Falls are two miles distant, and "Tommy's Bend". and Cumberland Creek are' near. It has two good hotels, state school,'police ;station - nd; •oxsto ?- ? • " puireiy grazing. It is connected witlrNar betlhong? and Healesville by telephone. M. Kpppel, postmaster, Population, 80.