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THE BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

THE BOWLING CLUB. .? After a pleasant afternoon's practice yesterday the members of the local Bowling Club held a meeting on the ground to make arrangements for* the reception of the Port Melbourne visitors, who will arrive by the first train this morning, and play a match against the local bowlers in the afternoon. The President (Mr. J. Shaw) was in the chair.. It was resolved that the Presi dent, Secretary (Mr. M'Sweeney) and Treasurer (Mr. Clements); be appointed a match committee. Each of the gentle men above named were then appointed captains of .the respective -rinks, and the teams were chosen as follows: No. 1. RINK.--. "H. Alexander, G. S. Matthews, J.. S. Pierce, and J. Shaw (cap sain). - r' - No. 2 RIS .-D. Munro, J.- Cullen, T. Chandler, and T. Clements (captain). No. 3RINK.-J. Holland, G.V.Edgcumbe, J. J. George, and W. M'Sweeney (captain). After their arrival the visitors will take a drive to some of the picturesque spots in our locality, and the game will be commenced ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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WASTED MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

WASTED MONEY. It is simuply wonderful in an enlightened age like the present, how people will waste their money on useless medicines. There are thousands of sufferers in tshis countryfrom livertorpidity, indigestion, kidney complaint, and hiliou:mnes;, who pay half-crowns for so-called " cures," when they could get far hetter and safer result from an ounce of Epsom salts costing one half-penny. Of course 've know this chemical will not give permanent results-neithei will any of the many advertised nostrums-but it' .will give temporary relief and not in jure the system, whereas the disguised drastic purging mixtures sold by many quacks will cause many serious diseases. Clements Tonic does not cure or relieve disease by purging.' It is a natural tonic restorative, and acts by stimulat ing the digestive and secretive apparata to perform their proper functions. It rebuilds wasted nerve, bone' and muscular tissue, restores strength to the debilitated system excites and per manently stren...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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SUDDEN DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

SUDDEN DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. Mrs. E. Martin, one of the old iden tities of Healesville, passed off some what suddenly yesterday morning. The deceased lady has been a resident of this place for about 30 years, and was held in great respect by a large circle of old acquaintances. The late Mrs. Martin had been in very indifferent health for some time past, and was under the at tendanoe of Dr. Baird, but her ailment proved too severe and she passed away as mentioned. Mr. Martin is an in dustrious and respected laborer, and is thus burdened with the sole care of a young familyof eight, and unfortunately is in anything but affluent. circum stances.

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CUP DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

CUP DAY. . Cup day, with all its attendant glories, passed off with marked success on Tues day. Some uncertainty prevailed about the weather. There was a foreboding of rain in the morning. which almost developed into a certainty when a slight shower fell, but it cleared up by the time people were making their way 'to' F'lemingtop, and the afternoon was cool and pleasant to an extent which made the outing veryenjoyable. As a costume display the Cup has lost none of its at tractiins, and if the scene from the stand was less brilliant than in the height of the '` boom" it still presented features that justified its ranking as the great occasion of Australian social life. The attendance was probably about equal to lastyear, the number of country and intercolonial visitors being fully maintained, The Melbourne Cup race furnished a splendid contest which, as usual, aioused the greatest enthusiasm. Of the 37 final acceptors 28 took part in the race, the Sydney horse Ruenalf maintaining his...

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THE V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. DERBY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

DERBY DAY. Saturday was the 40th Derby day celebrated by the Victoria Racing Club ,t Flemington. The Government House party was unusually large, and included no fewer than.five Governors of Australian colonies. Theattendance was Jin other respects very satisfactory and the weather was admirable. Better conditions for a good day's racing, atmospherically or considered from the point of view of the state of the ground and general accommodation provided by the club, could not have, prevailed, and the sport was intensely. exciting. Owing to protests having been lodged against the Derby winner <The Harvester), the usual ceremony of decorating that horse with the Derby :blue ribbon was not carried out. Some disappointment was felt on that account, as it is probable that Saturday was the last Derby day that Lady Hope .toun who was selected to perform that - function., will be in the colony. How ever, it is probable that the investiture will be made on Cup day, The Har ,vester, h...

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OPENING OF THE YARRA GLEN BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

OPENING OF THE YARRA GLEN BUTTER FACTORY. Quite a brilliant demonstration took place at Yarra Glen on Saturday after noon last, the occasion being the formal opening of the newly-constructed butter factory there. Great preparations to make the affair as successful and impos ing as possible had been made by the directors and their energetio secretary, Mr. J. G. Jaunay, and in response to invitations upwards of 200 persons assembled at the new building, 'There were representatives from all the surrounding localities, a large majority of those present being ladies, who took a great deal of interest in the inspection of. the machinery and various utensils requisite, The factory is built olose to the Yarra river, and has been con structed with a view to coolness and convenience in every respect, while a good supply of water is pumped direct from the river, In fact, every I particular has been carefully studied in the latter of construction and appli-. ances, and the whole reflects great ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

CRICKET. Owing to the inability of the team from Armadale to fulfil their engage ment with the Healesville playera on Cup Day (Tuesday last), the latter, proceeded to Coranderrk, where a very enjoyable game was indulged in against the residents. In their first .innings Coranderrk made 33, and- in; their'se cond 52; while Healesville scored 54 in their first and 123 for eight wickets in their second. The following is the team picked to play against the Bohemians this after noon :-Dr. Baird, Holland, J. Cullen, Thorson, (2), Allan, Hart, C. M'Sweeney, Harvie Lindupp, Phillips. Emergencies-Fitzpatrick, and Wil liams. The following is the team picked to play against Coranderrk, in connec tion with the Farrell Trophy Competi tion :-Dr. Baird, Balzary, M'Sweeney, Holland, E. Cullen, Christie, Thorson, (2), Hart, Lindupp, Harvie. Emergen cies-Allan, and C. M'Sweeney. Mr. J. 3, Wilson will officiate as um pire in both matches. -- _ The following applications for Grants have been approved:-L...

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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGs. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1894. WITH every desire to support the pre sent or any other Ministry, which for the time being. may be entrusted with` the task of guiding the State through the difficulties which now beset it, we may be permitted to express reget at the manner in which Mr. Turner and his colleagues are going to work. It may be laid down as an axiom, impos sible to be controverted, that any man who undertakes to upset a Ministry, no matter how inefficient that may be, without having a policy of its own to substitute for that of his predecessors, ncurs a responsibility of the very gravest character. Such, however, appears to be the position in which Mr. Turner is now placed. There are at present four questions upon the immediate solution of which the prosperity of the colony in a very great measure depends. These are :-the unsatisfactory position of the railways; the Credit Foncier proposals; Tariff revision ; and the Banking ques tion. With respect to ...

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THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

TI ? J[EAL9SVILLE ,ISIRE DIRECTORY. Counties=Anglesey and Evelyn. IParishes--Buxton, Glenwatts, Nirbethong Stevensons, and part of Gracedtle and Grmnton.: Province---SourthEastern. :Members 6f Counoill-Hons. Jas. Balfour, Jas. Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D. ]Electoral- District--lvelyn. 'Division-f Healesville. Member of Assembly-=E. H. Cameron. }Electoral District---Anglesey. Division- Marysville. Member of Assernbly-M. K. *'Kenzie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

The StakP TDuties Act. As the. followpg scale of duties re quired to be aid is the shape of stamps, which l?ve to be attached to various docunmets and cancelled in ac curdanee with ?le Stanp Duties Act, may prove of dae for reference to our readers, we pu(??sh them in full. The table sets out the several documents which come under the operation of the Act, and also the value of the stamps required'to be attached to each :- BILL OF EXCHiANGE. Bill ot Exchange and Promissory Not . I _ £s-. a. Where the amount or value of the I money for whielh a bill or \lute is drawn exceeds £10.000. then fur every £5Q of tlhe alImouit or vatle, and also for any fractional pirt of £50 of such asmonut or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of exclange 1payable on detlmaim. charge able with salme duty as a pruulissory note for sallie amUollllt. (Embossed stalps l must be iuedl,whichl may be obtained at all Poet Oilles.) ESE'PTIONs. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker is Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not...

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A CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

A CHRISTIMAS: PANTOMIME. By Mss. D. F. LAURIE. 'It-is unutterably hlow work doing nothing. What do you say to the theatre I" "-All right, I'm your man. Let's be off." " Have another bottle of ale first and then we can 'troll leisurely there. By the way, what's on to-night 4" "I really don't know, but it doesn't signify." " Why, no ; nothing does." "I didn't know, Heritage, that those were your ideas, although I shrewdly suspected you belonged to the nothing new-nothing-true school. is that so i" " Undoubtedly, Is there anything new or anything true 1 or anyhody for the matter of that? Heigho1 It's a weary world. It's time to be off," As Reginald Heritage-known as "Reg" to his intimates--and his friend, Her bert Ie Strange, strolled together f,'om,, their club to the .thlatra they nodded right and left, greeting.nimany acquain tances. The appearance of both stamped them as men of the world-handsome, blas6 men of the world. 'This was no ticeable in IHeritage more particularly, but his...

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MELBOURNE NOTES WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

MELBOURNE NOTES [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. ti WEDNESDAY. ti The Melbourne Cup of 1894 is now r a thing of the past, and as .has some- - tiiies ?.happened before the "'unex- pected" has happened again-in more ways than. one. Ruenalf was a hot I favorite up to the start.:. He had' not 5' faced the starter in any race for three a years, and an impression somehow got tl abroad that his owner had been " keep- tl ing him dark" so as to furnish the h sporting world with a surprise; and a d 'surprise he has indeed given" them,' but it is the other way on. The extremely h light weight the handicapper asked him I to carry-7st. 7lhs.--whilst his brother n (Patron), a year. younger, was penal- f ised up to 9s,'t lbs., and Paris up to a 9st, 12lbs., soimehow gave rise to the h impression that he was " bound-to'.vin.' a He accordingly carried a. good deal of t, the people's money, and at a remark- n ably short price-£100 against £,40. Patron on the other hand, though ap great deal more" was" n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

' Shire of Healesville. . T? HE ANNUAL MEETING of the Council of the above named Shire will be held at 12 noon on TUESDAY, the 20TH day of NOVEMBER, instant. The Audited Statement of Accounts is Now, Open for Inspection at this office. CHAS. H. ALEXANDER, Shire Secretary. Shire Office; Healesville, 5th November 1894. Recreation Hall, Healesville. THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1894, AND AT Victoria Hall, Yarrai Glen, FRIDAY, Nov. 16, OY - VfINNING COMPA?T? Will appear in their New and Novel ENTERTAINMENT Introducing the Greatest Wonder of the age. The Manchuria Mystery, Professor Roy (the Renowned Conjurer), Lawrence Vinning (the Character Artist). . Popular prices--2s. and Is. Doors open 7.30; commence 8 p.m, Business Manager, Arthur Fox. For Sale. T WO GOOD HORSES, thoroughly quiet. Must be sold; no reasonable offer refused.. Apply to G. S. Matthews, next to post office. Tenders. T ENDERS are invited up till Monday, 12th inst., for excavation 20 x 20 for TANK. All shovel work. Particulars on ...

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SPORTS AT YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 November 1894

SPORTS AT- YARRA GLEN. --4--- One of the best and. most successful sports gatherings ever held at the Glen took place on W7ednesday afternoon on the Race Course: ..The sports were held under the auspices of the Loyal Yering Lodge of 'Oddfellows, in cele bration of its eleventh anniversary, and the attendance, which was materially augmented hy.numbers of visitors from all surrounding parts, was a rery large one, and the sport wais thoroughly en joyable. One great feature which created much amusement:was a fancy dress football match, the. grotesque " rig-out" of many of the players being comical-in the extreme. Much credit is due to the secretary, Mr. J. Nichols, for the, able way in which he carried out his duties, and he was very materi ally aided in the success of the demon stration by an energetic .committee. The following are the principal events: Maiden Race, J. Bell ; Open Handicap, 130 yands, R. Oliver; :Ladies' Race, R. Wandin,- jun. (Mrs.. Hianley nominated); High Jump, T. B...

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HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 15th NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894

HEALESVILLE POLICE COURTT THunsDAY, 15th NOVEMf3ER. Before Messrs. J. J. O'Meara, P.M., npd J. Green, J.P. Wni3BNewman, P. A.nBt, and ': Leader were granted carriage li cences. Jas. F. Gibson v. M. C. M?I'Carthey. Jas, Gibson, sworn, deposed-that he was engaged by defendant's brother to grub trees, at £4 per acre. Had grubbed nearly nine acres. : Was also engaged for working about the defendant's house, at 10s. per week. Order for £7 17s. 4d., with £1 5s. oosts. Christina Taylor v. Michael Paul Taylor : Failing to comply with main tenance order.-Mr. Hall, of Messrs: Fink, Best and Co., appeared for plain tiff; defendant was unrepresented. Mrs, Taylor, sworn, deposed that she was married to defendant by Mr. N. Kinsman;at North Fitzroy, in June, 1887. Sued for a judicial separation in 1890, but on defendant agreeing to pay £16 per month, withdrew the case. Defendant continued to forward these payments up till March, 1894. He is the owner and licensee of the Strath merton Hotel at Numu...

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THE FARRELL TROPHY COMPETITION CORANDERRK V. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894

THE FARRJILL TitoPHY OOMIPETITITIO CORANPERRK V. HEALESVILLE, Healesville's first match in connection with the above competition was corn menced on Saturday afternoon last, when they opened against Coranderrk on the local ground. Captain MI'Nicol of Coranderrk, having won the toss from Vice-Captain Cullen, decided to bat first. A very careful innings was played, in which Foster, Logan, Davis, and Purcell contributed well towards Coranderr.ks score; while Dr. Baird, Holland, a4d Lindupp did likewise for 'Healesville. This match will be con tinued to-oporrow afternoon. The following are the scores : CoRANDERRK. Foster, b Dr. Baird .. ..,, 20 Purcell, b Dr. Baird ... ... 7 Logan, b Balzary ... ... ... 10 M'Lellaq, b Harvie ..: ... 0 Davis, b Thorson ... ... ... 10 M'Nicol, 1 b w, b Dr. Baird .... 1 Robertson, b Dr. Baird ... ... 0 Phillips, c Dr. Baird, b Balzary ... 2 Wandin, b Dr. Baird ... .. 0 Russell, run out ... ... ... 4 Hunter, not out ... ...- ... 0 Byes ,.. ... ... ... 1 Tota...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894

CRICKET. A match between the Bohemian team from Melbourne, who have previously played naftches here, and the club, was played on Friday last, on the local grotud, and resulted in an easy victory for the visitors.. Dalton played a free and pretty innings for the creditable score of 76 TRickarby 20, and Brpche 26, showing good fornm. J. OCnllen was the only effective bowler against the visitors, seven of their wickets being credited to him. This player also. proved his capabilities. as a batsman by putting ;together 31 i' -his usual lfine style against good bowling; I. Lindupp, another of the local players,.and who is showing really good form this season, stood to his wickets well, and had a ,carefully-rpade 15 to his credit when ,caught by Walto .off Ward. The *,isitors sat down to a suwptuous dinner after the match at Host uallen's .Ieales ville l-otel. Music and singing was indulged in till train time, and the cricketers returned home evidently highly pleased with their .outing. Th...

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894

;BOWLING. EFriday last (Prince of Wale's Birth ,day) .was a great day with the members .ofthe local Jowling Club. As nen ,tioned in our last issue, the Port Mel ,bourne Club-probably with pleasant ,recollections of their last year's visit-. had communicated with MriM'Sweedey, ,hon. secretary of the local club, ýnti .mafing:tligt they would be pleased to ,send a .team to have a friendly nitch .with Hep-lesville on Friday, 9th 'ist. The " challenge" was warmly accented, not that :the local bowlers entertained ,the remotest idea of beingin such form ;as to be -lle to " wrest laurels" from ,their dogghty oppodents, but remember ing the pleasant time during their ,fqrmer ,visit, and anticipating the re jie.wal of their ge.ial fellowship, the pgenibers of our club at once set about paking all the necessary arrangements: -for the due and proper. reception of thel 1 ,visitors and also in the. preparation of .the ground. The Port Melboure team ,rr.ived, by the first traiu, and were met ,on t...

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Electoral Registrars. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894

geetoral Registrars, G. V. Furmston, Healesville; Jno. M. Keppel, Marysville; Jno Ewart, Launch ;ing Place.

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POULTRY AND EGGS. THE EXPORT TRADE TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894

POULTRY AND EGGS. HE EXPORT TjADE TO '. SENGLAND.. A'cable message from london" states. that the' shiplmen;t of Victorian eggs by the R.M.S, Ballarat, whiph left Mel bourne on the 22nd September, has arrived in damaged conditon, one half of the eggs being broken. Experts in the trade, moreover, declare that it will not pay the. Victoria?g poultry farmer to export eggs to England, ow ing to the cheapness with which supplies are provided by Rtussita a.d. Italy. The eggs wera packed in husks fronm split peas, with a sheet o. paper be. tween each layer. It was expected, that they woeald realise 1s.. 3d.. a dozen, in London, and as the freight charge. camounted to, only alGu,t 3, a, dozen,. a handsome profit on thp.tr?.nsactionwas, looked for., The cabl. mpssagq. may,. says the .Ags create. a mista.ken, im-. pression regagding the prmotigability of an industry. tliht promises, to. become.a, iost valuablp. adjunct to. the expor.t trade of the.colony. The explanation of the experts.of the ...

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