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ROMAN CATHOLICS AND THE LATE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
RO.MAN CATHOLICS AND THE LATE QUEEN. In dealing with the death of her late Majesty the Queen, the Austral Light says:- With the passing of Queen Victoria, a great and revered tigure has gone from the affairs of nations. But to the people over whom she ruled, the poetic solemnity attends the removal of a personality among the most prominent in the eyes of the world for three score long years, is overwhelmed in the sense of a per sonal loss. Her character was such as to inspire love and admiration to her subjects. Most of us were born into her reign and our childhood was fed on the traditions of her sweet womanli ness and simple, clean, wholesome life. Of the marks which measure our place in time and history Victoria wan the most prominent. She was reigning happy and beloved over a mighty em pire when the most of us came into the world; she gained in the love and dtuty of her subjects as the years sped on; we saw while she was seated on the Imperial throne her kingdom extend its swift...
A Minister's Good Work. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
A Minister's Good Work. "I had a severe attack of bilious colic, got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrohea Remedy, took two doses and was entirely cured," says Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia, Kan. "My neighbour across the street was sick for over a week, had two or three bottles of medicine from the doctor. He used them for three or four days without relief, then called in another doctor who treated him for some days and gave no relief, so dis charged him. I went over to see him the next morning. He said his bowels were in a terrible fix, that they had been running off so long that it was almost bloody flux? I asked him if he had tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and he said, 'No.'. I went home and brought him my bottle and gave him one dose; told him to take another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes if he did not find relief, but he took no more and was entirely cured. I think it the best medicine I ever tried." For sale ly Mrs. Munro, agent, He...
TAGGERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
T.IGGERTY. (From our own Correspondent,) The Acheron Valley and Upper Goul burn Railway League have held meet, ings in Buxton, Thornton and Marys ville, where committees have been formed to assist the league in gather ing statistics. Mr. M'Kenzie, presi dent of the league, pointed out that the reasons for asking for the line from Hewlesville right through to Wanga ratta were that it would provide a national line, as it is admitted the traffic at present. is-too heavy for the North-Eastern line, and when the Federal capital is built over the border this will be greatly increased. If a trunk line were constructed from Healesville to Wangaratta it would be the means of lessening the tra?ic on the North-Eastern and would shorten the journey between Melbourne and the Federal capital and Sydney Ly about 35 miles, which, in a long train journey, means a great deal; besides, it would open up an enormous tract of country second to none in the colony, which at present is unknown for the want ...
WHAT IS AN AD ? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
¢TAT IS AI AD Q AN American paper thus defines it :--s The life-blood of modern business. A money-maker, getter, and saver. A flash of information to all the people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields pure gold if large dividends. The key-note of progress in the march to success. The dealer's sure road to success A medium for the increase oi business. That which booms the plce and enriches the advertiser. A means of communicating items of interest to wide-awake people, An intelligent message to intelligent. people, profiting sender and receiver. Personal and public benefits are derived from its judicious application; A notice that brings. best returhi for least money. The corner-stone of the Temple of Fortune. The power that keeps trade in motion. •i'he electric powo- concealing trama
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
BOWLING. On Saturday last, three rinks from the Auburn bowling club visited H-alesville to try conclusions with the local players. The visitors arrived by the 2 30 p.m. train, and an hour later play commenced, it being arranged to play to 6 o'clock. The visitors were one player short, and Mr. J. Smith tilled the vacancy. A very pleasant afternoon's play resulted in a win for the visitors by 27 points, only one local rink scoring a win, and that only by one point. Following are the scores : HEALESVILLE. No. 1 Rink. Messrs. Boone, Alexander, Har ley, and Matthews (capt.)... ... 16 No. 2 Rink. Messrs. MI'Sweeney, G. Wilson, George, and J. J. Wilson (capt.)... 20 No. 3 Rink. Messrs. Bull, Tevlin, Baird, and Shaw (capt.) ... ... ... 23 Total ... , .. 59 S AUBIJRN. No. 1 Rink. Messrs. English, Duncan, MRlo bert, and Farnir (capt.) ... ... 23 No. 2 Rink. Messrs. Walsdorf, Humberstone, J. Holzer, and Fritsch (capt) ... 41 No. 3 Rink. Messrs. Smith, Todd, Forman, and H. Holzer (capt.) ... .....
HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
IHIEALESVILLE. A pretty mhunicipal township, with post Sand 'telegraph and money-order office, and savings, bank, situated at the junction of the Gracehurn and Watts rivers, 39 miles .east of Melbourne, Rail direct with Mel bourne, .Healesville being the terminus. 'A popular resort for visitors and tourists. It has three large first-class hotels. Grace .dile House,;a handsome summer resort, is situated near the foot of Mount luliet, about three. miles from the railway sta tion. There are a fine state school, four churches, :brunch of the Colonial Bank, .court house, police station, mechanics' in 'stiiute and' free library, a newspaper '(Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardia n), a -number of stores, and other places of busi ness, Extensive recreation grounds, also 'beautiful bowling green and lawn tennis and croquet courts. Trout and blackfish -may be caught in the rivers .near Heales ville, and good shooting a few miles out. The district is principally grazing; there 'are several orcha...
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
lA IAYS VILLE. A picturesque postal.township on the Stevenson river, 62 miles east of Mel bourne, Coaches leave Healesville daily for Marysville, the road passing over the far-faured Blacks. Spur. Tilhe scenery at Marysville is extremely pretty; the Stevenson Falls are two miles distant, andd , hTomiiy's Beid :' aid Ouiubherland Creek are near. : t ,has two good hotels, state inchool, police sta.tion, and two stores. The diLtiiitis plirely girazing: :It is connected with Narbethong and Healesville by tele phone. ,Population, 80.
HEALESVILLE SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
HEALESVILLE SHIRE. Constituted a shire, 30th September, 1887. Area, 283 square miiles. Popula tion, 1350; ratepayers on roll, 290; rate, Is. in the £. President-Cr. S. Sloss. Councillors. .G. V. Fnrmnston .. Retires, Aug., 1901 1M. J. Sheehan... ... ,, ,, 1901 F. G. Bailey ... ...,, ,, 1901 W. Nicholst ... ... ..,, ,, 1902 J. AI. Keppel ... .. ,, ,, 1902 J. T. Bnonet ... ... , , 1902 Thomas Crowley ...,, ,, 1903 Stewart Sloss ... ... ,, ,, 1903 John M'Gretton ... ,, ,, 1903 *The late Cr. Chandler's seat. t-Cr. Matthews seat. +Cr. Robbins' seat. The Counril meets at the Council Chan hers on the last Monday in each month at 1 p.m. Officers. Secretary, engineer, treasurer, and Valuer-Jas. G. Farquhar. Rate collector-J. W. George. Health ofticer-J. C. Baird, 1M.B., B.S., J.P. Dog reaistrar and sanitary inspector Thos. King, seur. Poundkceper and caretaker of recreation reserve-J. J. Wilson. Inspectors of slaughterhouses and abat toir - llealesville, Thos. King, senr.; Marysville,
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
HEALESVILLE WATELR TRUST. Constituted 10th January, 1800. Com prising portion of Ilealesville shire, em bracing an iare of about 7530 acres. For supplying Heatesville township and p rt of the parish of Gracedale. Water rate on tenements, Is. in the pound, tnsed on municipal valuation ; mitnnitit, 20.. Va cant lots, 3.1. in the pound ; minituint, 10s. If by measure, 9dt. per 1000 gallons. Population supplied, 700. Comnmissioners-All the members of the Shire Council. S. Sloss, chairman. E. H-. Cameron, M.L.A., Govertnment Iomltinee. Secretary, engineer, and treasurer-lTas. G. Farquhar. Collector-J. «W. George,
SOUND SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
rOUND SIGHT, It is a popular belief that the loss of one of our senses renders the remuaining four more acute, and to this notice force is given by the extraordinary powers of Mr. harry Nowles, a blind musician of Brighton, who unattended even by c dog finds it easy to walk fromn his home to London. His touch and hearing are remarkable. Put him down anywhere he says, and he can tell wthther there are houses on either side of him, and if there be whether those houses are detached or semi detached. Hle can tell the leaf of every tree by feeling it. But the most astonishing power he possesses is that connected with sound. To ani inter viewer he said, while playing and sing ing at the piano, "Throw down what coins you please on the table in the corner, and I will call out what they are as they fall." A shilling, a penny, a halfpenny fell in the order written. and he named them correctly-as lie humorously observed, " without look ing."
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
C9UIJRLTS OF PETFTY SIZ t i:) CW. courts will !i fil jhrt~, fr I!0 and uu tlx.h i'aes 1ieri aiuer i-cesl t·ix,.. set out, viz - Name of Court. Hour. Jan. Feb. March. April. May. .June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. :Dec. a. u. IIeidelberg 10 14, 21to 4, 1S8" 4, 18°f 1, 150t l3,200t 3, 170t 1, 150t 5, 19ot 2, 16°f 14, 21Ot 4, 18It .2,23 Anderson's Creek 11 70 11 110 22 60 - 10 ' 80 12°0 70 11 9 Elthan... .... 11 8°o 120 12 16° 7 110 9 13° 10 80 12 10 Yazrra Glen 9.30 230 13 13 17 8 5 . 3,31 28° 25 23 20 11 P.M. Hlealesville ... 2.30 17° 140 140 11° 90 60 40 1°, 29° 260 240 210 12 A.M. Lilydale ... ... 9.30 4, 11 1, 80°, 1, 8ot, 120t, 19, 3, 10oj", 7t; 14, 50t,12, 2ot.9,16 6, 13, 4,11, 1,8,15, 6. 13, 18, 25 15, 22 15, 22, 29 26 17, 24,31 21, ,28 19,26 23, 300t 20, 270" 18, 250t22ot, 29 20, 27 Ferntree Gully ... 9 29° 26 26 23 21 25 23 27° 24 22 26 17 Queenstown ... 11 280 25 25* 29 27° 24 220 26° 23 28° 25 16 Warburton ... 10 120 90 90 130 11° 8° 6 30, 310 28° 260 230 14 * Police Magistra...
COMPARISON OF GREEN MANURING WITH FARMYARD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
COMPARISON OF GREEN HMAN I:RING WITH FARMYARDI MANURE. -0 A fair crop of clover ready to plough under weighs abont one ton ; if the whole of this is ploughed under we shall return to the soil the phos phates of potash extracted from it, amounting to about 421b. potash and 121b. phosphoric acid, and, in addition, are supplying about 5011b. nitrogen which was not in the soil before the clover was grown. To supply this amount of nitrogen by means of farm yard manure we would have to add about six tons of stable manure to the acre. On this account-- leguminous plants, such as clover, cow-pea, lupins, etc., are more suited to green manur ing than such crops as oats, rye, etc., which latter provide only humus by their decay within the soil, and do not enrich it with nitrogen to the extent that leguminous crops do. .With re gard to which is the best crop to grow fbr this purpose, there is great need of proper experiments under our condi tions. The crop' must be one which makes rapid and he...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
Mlany business men advertise only at certain seasons of the year, many prefer ring the fall and early spring. But the ex perience of advertisers who have maJe the subject a study is that persistent advertis ing is the best and returns more profit con sidering the outlay than advertising by fits and starts. It keeps one alwaysbefore the public in a sense, and the power of a daily or weekly repetition of an advertisement is inestimable. A French writer says that the first time a person sees an advertise mnent he hardly notices it; the second time, he remembers he has seen it before; the third time, lie reads it ; the fourth time lie wonders if it meets his'wants; and the fifth time, lie buys the article. This, at least, is human nature. A single insertion of an advertisement seldom produces much impression, but let that advertisement be repeated for a month or six months, and satisfactory results generally will follow. People remember that they have seen it before, and gradually they ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
NO RELIEF ANYWHERE Till CLEMENTS TONIC Is Obtained. The Case of MLDB. LILLIAN NOWDLAND. (Report-ed by t Special.) Grey with pain I This is what may happen to the hair of the head when the agouy of neuralgia on?e gets a firm hold. Grey, sonietimes white, bleached as corn p'e ely as though three eso re years had? silvered it. A case in point is that of.Mer. £ Lilliau Nowland, of 15 Catherine-street, DM.oty-street, South Melbourne, Whose ex perienpe duplicates that of so many Aus. tralhan ladies that it is worthy of earnest attention. Mrs. Niwland's account of her trouble is given in her own words : "' My husband and I were living at Went worth, New South Wales; at tils time, we were in busin. as, and times did not, favour us. This caus-d me a great deal of worry and anxiety. Within thirteen months I was the mother of three childlren, and I have no doubt nmaterriity helped to debilitate my system and l uin my p.evioifily gdod health I began to get terriic p ins in the head that euldued...
BILE BEANS CURE BILIOUSNESS [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
Bile Beans possess the peculiar pro perties of acting on the bowels with out purging or otherwise weakening the patient. This is because the sub stance which relaxes the bowels has about the same action as the natural bile. Bile Beans are purely vegetable, and a course of them will probably successfully oust the most chronic cases of Liver and Stotmach Troubles, Piles, Indigestion, Chronic Headache, Female Weakness, Pimples, Summer Ailments, Biliousness, Influenza, Rheumatism, Constipation, and a host of other ail ments that owe their origin to defec tive bile flow, assimilationii; and diges tion. These Beans are placed on the market in such a form that anyone can take them without medical super vision, and, as the price is so very low, there are few homes that cannot afford to always have a box on the shelf for emergency. Bile Beans are obtainable from chemists and store keepers generally, or from- the Aus tralian Depot, Bile Bean Ma'nufactur ing Co., 39 Pitt-street, Sydney, who wi...
REASONS FOR ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 February 1901
BENOSOS FOR ADVERTizS2 . ADVERTISNGO is the chief auxiliary of trade -- Tooke Advertising is not the road to success, but success itself.-Riichardson. Advertise your business; I owe all my success to it.-P. T Barnum. The most truthful part of x newspaper is its advertisements.-Jefferson. The man who pays nmore for shop rent than advertising does not know his business -JHorace Grvcley. HIow can ote man know what you weas unless you ask for it, or what you have to sell unless you aJ"ertise it ?-ilurat Hal 'teadl. The advertisements which appear in s public journal take rank among the most signiiieant indications of the state of society of that time antl place-.-Dickens. If you atdvrtise, it gives your place a reputation around ; folks will crowd to your warehouse and keep lively. If you don't want to do anything, keep as still as you can.-C. P. Browne. There is an absolute necessity for adver tising; there is a great eagerness to compete for attention, and no one gets it unless is is ...