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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Healesville to Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. lecae!sville to Melbourne. llealesville, dep., 7.25 a.m., 10.55 a.m., and 7.50 p.m. Melbonrnc, arr., 9.12 a.m., 1.15 p.m., and 10.3 p.m. Melbourne to lHealesville. Melbourne, dLp., 7.37 a.m., 12.15 p.m., and 5.12 p.m. lealeaville, arr., 9.45 a.m., 2.30 p.m., and 7.19 p.m. Fares :-Single : First class, os. Gd.; second class, 4s. 4,1. Return : First class, 9s. 91.; second ':lass, Gs. Gd. Special Friday Night to [londay Fares (Hleualsville to Mellborne)-First return, 7s. 41.; second return, 4., 11d1. SUNDAY EXCURSION TRAINS. Melbourne to Healesville. Melbourne, dep. ... ... 11.10 a.m. Healcsville, arr. ... ... 1.10 p.m. Ifealesville to Melbourne. frlalesville, dep. ... ... G.45 p.m. Mlelbourne, arr. ... ... 8.47 p.m. Fares (.Mellbourne to rfeale:sville)-F'irst return, 4s. 11 I.; secomui etiur, Ss. 31. These tickets will be avaiil:ale for re turn lbv truins on the Monday following.
BUXTON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
BUXTON. A postal tiwnship on the Acheron river, 66 miles east of Melbourne, and 7 miles from Marysville. It has a large hotel, store. and state school. The district is pastoral and. agricultural, with several good Cfirlns. A cross-country postal ser vice is nI.Lintained with Marysville and Alexandra'hy way of Buxton tri-weekly. Population, 50. NARBETHONG. A prdtty postal hamlet situated at the foot of the Blacks Spur, on Fisher's Creek, 53 miles east of Melbourne. It has a good hotel and other accommodation for visitors, and a store. Daily coach service from Hlealesvillo, 14 miles. and is also connected by telephone with Healesville. Population, 20. WALKER'S, or CHIESVERVILLE. On the Yarra Track, a new mining field, about 15 miles east from Marysville. The famous Golden Secret Mine, found and prospected by Messrs. Chester and Lock, is located here. Daily coach from Heales ville to Marysville, thence Cobb's coach on lIondamy, Wednesday, and Friday to Walker's. Population, about 150.<...
PLACES OF NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
PLACES OF NOTE. Places of interest to visit in the dis trict, and how far situated : Place Distance. Miles. Mlarysville ... ... 23 Narbethong ... .. 14 Fernshaw ... ... 7 Mallinson's Look-out ... 7 Mallinson'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 Gracehurn Creek... ... Graceburn Weir ... ... 4 Watts Piver ... .. Watts Weir ... ... 5 Mt. Juliet (top) ... ... 10 Buxton ... ... ... 24
HEALESVILLE POST & TELEGRAPH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
FIEALESV ILLE POST & TELE GRAP H. OFFICE. Post oflice open from 9 a.m. to (3 p.m. Te'legraph oflice open from 8.30 n.m. to 8 p.in. Post olfice slvingrs bank open fromn 10 n.m. to 3 p.min.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Mails clnse for Melbourne ) 10.30 a.m. and na Daily. I[ntermediatoe 7.15 p.m. Marysville and r 9.30 a.mn. Daily. Narbetlhng Mails arrive from Melbourne, &c., 9.40 a.m., 2.40 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Daily. Marysville and 77 p.m. Daily. Yarbetlhong
FRUIT IN HOT WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
FRUIT IN HOT WEATHER. 0 It is a fallacy that the free use of fruit in summer is the cause of bowel disturl:ances, while as a matter of fact no diet can be more healthful at this time than one composed of fruit and farinaceous foods with perfectly pure milk. Flesh of all kinds decomposes with great rapidity both before and after eating, and summer heats greatly accelerate thls process; hence flesh food frequently causes grave derange ment of the towels, as the poison pro duced by this decomposition acts powerfully as an eimetic and purgative. All meats are so heating that they should be used sparingly during hot weather, and there is the added argu ment that the whole system craves a change from the winter's diet.
MARK TIME [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
-0 There is a greater meaning in those two words " Mark Time " than the un thinking public imagine. As a rule we associate the words only as a mili tary command. The detachment is on the march, the commandent does not wish to halt, he wants to keep the men in motion, and so his order is " Mark Time." During that marking of time the olftcer in charge has an opportunity of consulting with his colleagues as to the next manmouvre, and having settled upon it, " Q+ick March " follows. T4.AT is the Military " Mark Time." Here is the social " Mark Time." A man rushes to his desk in the morning, he rushes home at night, he has a headache, but he still goes on, becomes bilious, lut does not por.der, constipated, yet on he goes, indigestion follows, yet he does not stop, a complication of dis orders follows, then he " Marks Time." He begins to think what he can do to bring back his health, and while mark ing time he recalls to his memory tlhe fact that Bile Beans for Biliousness have cured his...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
.r-r"ýF-rl c t?hi?i r t" r n'' " " -- , ;E ,? ! c . :-lil .__ _iA , U U aLIT Y , V ue enred ,-whenr doctors and ,r q" l, p:ibi pl"::sicians gave women, Crosy and strong. Have transcrmed tired, de=e li e saved e ives of Sickly, ONE T E"CA CASE, At ade rc h in Tugratpa t ('int';h rude, Mrs. G. Nicgolas She says:-" About three ve:us l e le ~ii ". I 1 ,s 71":,i" , 1 it ..:l iiri;i, g lI en no r ot b at ht, '. and h a p n :Cp statt i:c 1.: in my side. I he:ld ill over, s l d . ":t " st beerolii t1; l og nk to i lev ?n iin thr/ b "ox, f D '. 1 illi:nis' i ink ' *:" 0ill h:i, .:* 4 mna:, : ,,l . File 7 S I in then 1 -jI I,..-. in p::r it h alth." Enquire it; yor orn rrigthour' ;' K'' hood. Ask the peopl;c yo:1 know. . There is hardly , a vili: ge, ard h p which does no co,,in ira in:rong' '. men and womren, once hopeless i alids o e t hrr anhaiestC.ir's li o, s :i n S'a p e t r pn?r. lii,,s. h it cSo roi'e, Tomulsitt , t , Fhdeit s " i__ t post free.. " i75 S- , tot i:i? ,if r' ?s -. - -- ...
FOLEY'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
FOLEY'S CIRCUS. This up-to-date company is to visit flealesville on ;Monday and Tuesday :next, and to jdrlge by the opinions of the Press, a real treat is in store for our horsey-loving public. Wherever Jlr. Foley and his company have np peered, they were received with crowded hounes. The 2llorulbbin Ners says :-" Visitors to Foley's Circus find that every effort has bteen made to bring everything up to date. The training of the horses and mules are first-class, whilst the acrobatic and gymnastic feats are marvellous and equal to anything of the kind travel ling in the colonies. A special attrac. tion in last night's show was Aldlle. Flora and the charming Miss Beatrice O'Neil, who have just arrived under special engagement, and whose mani pulations on the bare back steeds have certainly never been seen iin the co'o nies before. The Boer War Scene was also very good, and when it is remernm bered that 30 artists and 50 trained horses are engaged in that vivid and realis.tic spectacle...
BOWLING. HANDICAP (BOWLS BAG) TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
BOWLING. HANDICAP (BOWLS BAG) TROPHY. On Saturday afternoon last the fol lowing matches were played in con nection with the above trophy :-J. J. Wilson (3 behind) defeated Bull (4) by 31 points to 17. The latter player was also defeated by Matthews (2 be hind) by three points. Scores--Mat thews, 31; Bull, 28. Harley (scr.) defeated Sloss (7) by 31 points to 25. On Monday last Tevlin (5) defeated Sloss (7) by 17 points. Scores Tevlin, 31; Sloss, 14. On Wednesday afternoon, J. J. Wilson (3 behind) defeated Matthews (2 behind) by 31 points to 24, and Shaw (scratch) defeated G. Wilson (4) by two points, after a very close and exciting game. Yesterday afternoon Matthews (2 behind) was defeated by Te; lin (5) by seven points. Scores-Tevlin 31 Matthews 24. Following is the position of players: Played. Lost. Won. J. J. W ilson... S ... 1 ... 7 J. Shaw ... 6 ... 1 ... 5 \V. J. Harley... 6 ... 1 ... 5 T. Tevlin ... 7 ... 2 .,. 5 G. Wilson ... 5 ... 3 ... 2 R.H. Bull ... 7 ... 5 ... 2 G. S. Ma...
FOR KING AND THE EMPIRE. OUR SOUTH AFRICAN SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
FOR KING AND TH1 EMPIRE* c OUR SOUTH AFRICAN ..... SOLDIERS. t e When it became known: in Heales- P ville at the latter end of last "week E that Messrs. J. loss and M. Cummings e had succeeded in passing the necessary d tests to entitle their inclusion in the tl Scottish Regiment about to proceed to tl South Africa to-day, it was deemed a w litting occasion by many to show 8 their appreciation of the loyal spirit p, which has prompted the desire of the w 0ocpl volunte"rs in taking up arms on w behalf of the Etnpire, and it was also tl an agc.epted yiew that the people of al Healesville would gladly acquiesce in fE a proposal which had so much to conm- w i)end it. Accordingly a ruovement w was soon set afoot iniorder to publicly tl farewell them previous to their de- p, parture for the war affected .country, sP and was taken up with much warmth oif by leading people of the tpwn. A tt meeting of those interested was held at 1 Boone's Hotel on Tuesday evening, sc which was largely at?t...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1901. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
91j8 @uariian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDA Y, FEB4UA JflY 15, 1901. ,A2 SHORT time since the 'claims for pen sions were heard at Healesviile, when thirteen old colonists applied for the State pensio, anid yesterday anothcer batch imade application for the same privilege. All over Victoria such applications alre being heard, the total =number being very large. 'Thking the local cases as typical,'the applicants .are all old colonists. They are men 'and women who have borne the heat and burden of thei day. It is a super ficial view to say.that many of them tnightt have been in good financial stand ,ing Iut for their fondness for a social .glass. We imagine suchh fpndpess' is 'by no means confined to old people or to poor people. Those who li'e in glass houses should not throw stones. In any case, the olfcpeople have helped, to make Victoria. The younger genera tion are inheriting thle results of the labors of such old colonists. For many years England ?iid other countries have had...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
The " Heatesville Guardian " 1\TEWSPA-\PF R AND GENERAL PRINTING WORiKS, CASTELLA - S'LthEEl, .. EALESVILLS. S: O: --- -0 JOB P RINTING OF EVERY DESCORIPTION DONE ON TIHE PREMISES With Neatness and Despatch. ---- : 0 : --- The "Guardian" is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First Mail. -: 0:-- This Journal advocates local interests, and the fostering of local industry. It condemnsthe practice of supporting foreign labor. To A.ivortisers 'ac Subscribers. THE " GUARDIAN " IS NOW PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Instead of Saturday, as formerly. ADVERTISERS PLEASE BEAR THIS IN MIND. C1osae Soson for Gamo, ac. Tute WHnoLE YEAS : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, nos indigenous to Australia, aud their prodnes (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-eatthers, great :ingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, nmagpie larks, owls, partridges, phe:asants. 1., .as, podargue or ...
IN THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
IN TI1E FUTURE. -----0 BE STERLING. Australia ! United Australia at last; feels throughout its vast expanse the sad hush of a great international sor row for the demise of our long-loved Queen and Empress, whose virtues as a monarch and a woman have not alonie endeared her to her millions and millions of subjects, but have made her dearly loved, not only wherever the Anglo-Saxon tongue is spoken, but among nations whose usual attitude is that of antagonism to the influence of the people whose cradle is the islands of Great Britain and Ireland. The Queen is dead full of years and honours, and mourned with a deep and abiding love. Long live the King ! and when he is called to his rest, as he in common with all mortals will some day be, may he he mourned with as deep and true devotion as is his mother. How strongly, how deeply must the love of sport lie in the hearts of tthe Anglo Celto-Saxon race, when from King and Emperor to the poor street boy each event which tells of contests hum...
TO THE PEOPLE OF MARS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
TO THiE PEOPLE OF MIRn. -0 It was night in Mars, a pitch black, cimmerian darkness hung above the planet, and Professor Martial Quirinus, the famous I tirtian electricianr and as tronomer, sat in his extensive observa tory fitted with all the mrost modern appliances for searching the heavens and plumbing apparenitly abysmal space. He was a grey-heared and most venerable philosopher, hut his intellect remained peculiarly keen in spite of his tremendous years, due, no doubt, to the absence of bodily worries, most of his vital process being con ducted by simple machinery, much as described by a popular novelist of the earth. By his side was a peculiar electrical appliance, with the aid of which every now and again lie shot great streams of fierce white light far ou.t into space, cleaving the darkness with enormous arrows of flame. After each set of signals (for he was endea .vouring to. enter into conversation with tlhe earth) lie would consult another delicate machine most anxiously, ...
GEMS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
GEMIS OF TIOUlGIT. --0- The happiness of love is in action; its test is what one is willing to do for others. The true Christian is like the sun, which pursues his noiseless track and everywhere leaves the effects of his beams in blessing upon the world around him. Every day is a Thanksgiving Day. Every morning a blessing of strength, every evening a bundle of mercies, every night a benediction of peace for each of God's children ! We may not see the angels, or hear the sweep of their wings, but we receive the blessings of their hands. Conceit is not a virtue, yet every man should have a little of it in his make-up. Do the right, and your ideal of it grows and perfects itself. Do the wrong, and your ideal of it breaks up and vanishes. The more a man gets the more he wants, and the more lie watts the imore he doesn't get, Somehow, if you have patience em bedded in your heart, there comes a sort of cheer along with it; and before you know what is going to happen, your whole experience...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 February 1901
Mitchell and Hurlstone, Produce and Timber Merchants, Chaff Cutting and Grain Crushing Mills, NICHOLSON-STREET, HEALESVILLE.I ALWA'.YS OT SALE Chaff, Maize, Oats, Peas, Bran, Pollard, Barley, Potatoes, 'Straw, &c. FLOUR AT SPECIALLY LOW PRICES. Bonedust, Vegetable Seeds, Fruit Cases, Superphosphake5, Lawn Grasses, "laspherry Buckets, City Council Manures, Pasture Grasses, Strawberry Boxesi Blood Manures. Fruit Trees. Export Cases. Horse and Cattle Medicines. BTILDERS' MATERIAL Hardwood and Softwood Timber of all sizes. Lime, Hair, and Cement in any quantities. Galvanised Iron, Ridging, Spoutiing, etc., etc. Linipg, Weatherboards, Mouldings,' etc. T. W. STORY, 35snagem S o6li?-S- clioi '0,of.. the Boo Caizd Shoe "Hospzitc from, CREDIT' to TRICTL ' CISH Prices. CAST YOUR EYE OV.BR TIHIS AND ASK YOURSELF THE QUESTIrO1 - Did you Ever Get Boots & Shoes so C?EAP iq Ieaileville Before .? W. J. IHA RLEY Is SELLING BQOTS & SHOES below MIELBOU"QJNE PRICES for CASH ONLY...
THE RESULT OF A FRIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
THE RESUiIT OF A RiIGIiT. ---o - Repeated warnings have heocn givwn as to the dangerous practicet of p:.:S ing chilI]'ren! to suble'n fear, but uln fortunateiy it isoften done. Although the case in qcestion arose from no practical joke, it shows how serious the results of a fright may he. " When my little girl Lizzie was thirteen years of age," said Mrs Elizir beth Gonsell, of East Maldon (wife of the respected Manager of the Eagle hawk-Consolidated Gold Mining Co.), "she received a severe fright. This so told upon her nerves that St. Vitus' dance resulted Her limbs moved in voluntarily, and the twitching of her .h.-ds made it impossible for her to .hold a -lp and saucer. Whenever I spoke to he she would give a convul sive jump. She became quite dehili tated and in spite of skilful medical attention she did not recover. Acting on my sister's advice I began giving her Dr. Williams' pink pills for pale people. At first I gave her half a pill after each meal, and later on, one pill. Be...
Good Medicine for Children. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
Good Medicine for Children. If you have a baby in the house you will wish to know the best way to check any unusual looseness of the bowels, or diarrhoea so common to small children. O. P. M. Holiday, of Deming, Ind., who has an eleven months' old child, says: "Through the months of June and July our baby was teething and took a running off of the bowels and sickness of the stomach. His bowels would move from i've to. eight times a day. I had a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house and gave him four drops in a teaspoonful of water and he got better at once." For sale by MIrs. Munro, agent, Heales. ville; W. J. Dawborn, agent, Yarra Glen. Fruit growers might with advantage follow the example of a -market gar dener living at Newport, Morintomery shire. In order to keep his crops tre from the depredations of birds, he has, says a correspondent of the " Rural World," placed a stuffed fox in the middle of the vegetable bed, while uo fewer than six cats o...
THE V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
THE V.R.C. AUTIU1MN MEETING, The Autumn meeting of the Vic. toria Racing Club will lie citnmnenced at Flemington on Saturday March 2nd, when the great sprinting event of the year, the Newmnarket -Handicap, will be decided. On Tuesday the Australian Cup, two miles and a quarter, will be run off, and on Thurs day and Saturday the Champion Stakes and Steeplechase will be the priincipal events of an otherwise attractive pro gramme. " Sterling," the well-known sporting writer, in reflecting upon the merits of the horses engaged in the two former events, says: THE NEWMARKET HANDICAP has still an enormous field engaed. The pace shown Iv Wakeful ,. d Hear say in their recent racer undoubtedly gives them a great -aance, while Ful minate's Challenge Stakes win, although it has given her a 101h penalty, may not stop her. This year the weaker sex undoubtedly hold the strongest position in public favour, but writing so long before the race many things may occur to upset predictions. Now Advance ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
It Saved His Baby. " My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea, we were unable to cure him with the doctor's assistance, and as a last resort we tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mr. J. H. Doak, of Williams, Ore. "I am happy to say it gave immediate re lief and a complete cure." For sale by Mrs. Munro,agent, Healesville; and W. J. Dawborn, agent, Yarra Glen. Says Punch:- " Premier Peacock will draw £1500 instead of £100 a year screw, for the future. " Alec." is credited with a return of £80 a week from his multifarious milining com panies, besides dividends upon piles of scrip to boot, so that he ranks among the few well-to do men in politics at present. Captain Percy Chirnside is probably the richest member in th:e Assembly, and he is closely pressed by Mr. Sam Staughton, Mr. Dan Lazarus and Mr. M'Kenzie, while the demo cratic Labor corner has its popular Edgar Wilkins, whose cheque for fifty thousand pounds would be readily cashed. "Alec" Peacock wi...