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CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) A CONTRADICTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 February 1900
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) A CONTRADICTION. TO TIHE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. Sir,-The letter appearing in your last issue, and signed "Fredk. J. Tylee," is such a tissue of mis-stete ments that I consider it would but be degrading to myself and those con cerned were I to pursue the matter further, and must treat the denial with the contempt it deserves. But to one sentence I must make exception, viz.,: that beginning with the words :'" I maintain I stood for the right as my Master would have done," etc. That, surely, is contrary to that great trait of character-humility-so nobly shown throughout His life. Or am I wrong in this also ? I can only conclude that it is such teaching as this that is re. sponsible for the behavior to be seenR outside our Sunday school every Sund day afternoon.-Yours, etc., .YOUR CORRESPONDENT,' Toolaugi, Jai. SO, 1900.
HEALESVILLE WATERWORKS TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 February 1900
HIEALESVILLE WATERWOtRKS TRUST. The ordinaryn monthly meeting of the above Trust was held in the Shire Hall on Monday afternoon last, imme. diately after the conclusion of the shire council butsiness, a hrn there were present :-Coru. Matthews (chairman), and Coursa. Barton, Chandler, Keppel, Sheehan, Sloss, and E. H1. Cameron, M.L.A. The minutes of last ordinary meet ing were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From! W. R. Guilfoyle, re his arnual water rate, and agreeing to 'pay at the rite of £1 15s.-- The secretary stated that some disagreement had arisen be tween the applicant and Mrs. Mills, owing to the former having cut the supply off at certain hours, and which thus deprived, the lady of water. ,He (the secretary) had a conversation with Mr. Guilfoyle on the matter; and inform'ed hini thaf the procedure of turning off.th'e water supply from Mrs. Mills could not be allowed by the Trust, and that the parties should come to an arrangement between them. -Or. Chandler moved that ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 February 1900
WEDDING BELLS. &nbsp; BURNSIDE-M'GRETTON. On Wednesday afternoon last, the wedding was celebrated in St. John's Church of England, Healesville, of &nbsp; Miss S. Burnside, youngest daughter &nbsp; of Mr. W. R. Burnside, "Bona Vista," &nbsp; &nbsp; Healesville, with Mr. J. M'Gretton, &nbsp; only son of Mr. John M'Gretton, also &nbsp; of this town. Great interest was centered in the event, and the church had been tastefully decorated for the occasion by the Misses Hancock, Miss Seager, Mrs. Sumner, and Miss D. Boone, and presented a very nice appearance. An arch was erected just inside the door, &nbsp; and a pretty " wedding bell," all white, the work of Miss May Hancock, was suspended in front of the chancel, the initials of the bride (S.B.) and bride groom (J. McG.) being tastefully worked in white carnations each side of the bell. The whole appearance of the edifice was in keeping with the occasion, and the opinion was...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 February 1900
IIHEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly mc'eting of the above body was held in the Council Chamber on Monday last. There were present : Or. • Matthews. (presi dent) and Crs. Barton, Chandler, Keppel, Sloss, and Sheehan. ,The minutes of last ordinary meet ing were read and confirmed. ...Outward correspondence was read and approved. COr.ESPONDENCE. From,.Treasury, forwarding forms for preparatioii of statements of rates collected . and .particulars of assess ments.-Receiived. From Governntent Statist, forward ing books, etc., for collection of statis tics.-Received.,. From Board of Health, forwarding four printed copies of minutes.-Re ceived. Fro: Department of Public Works ( (3) forwarding claim in blank for seal and signature, returning vouchers for a information as to votes, and stating e £119 7s. 6d had been passed for pay- r ment.-The secretary explained that a deduction of £8 8s. 6d. had been made by the departtment.-Receivedl. From Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of ...
BANQUET & PRESENTATION AT WOODEND. HONORING A PRIEST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 February 1900
BANQUET & PRESENTATION AT WOODEND. -:0:---- IO6NO6RING A PRIEST. There was a gathering of quite 1CO ladies and gentlemen in St. Ambrose's R.G. schoolroom on Thursday night to do honor to the Rev. P. J. Gleeson, for some months curate at Woodend, but now priest of the new parish of Healesville, and who during his lanbors in this mission established himself very warmly indeed in tile hearts of the people. The function took the form of a banquet and a presentation, the catering for the former being provided by a number of ladies connected with the church, whilte a committee of gentlemen performed the duties relating to the pre sentation, which consisted of the collection of a substantial purse of sovereigns as a tangible token of the aldmiration arid.high esteem entertained by the parishioners of Woodend towards their late curate. The ladies and gentlemen alike carried out their respective parts most cheerfully, and the gratifying result was that their com bined efforts worthil...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 February 1900
REASONS' FOR. ADVTnzzW1 .M tnADVn:Tisit.S isLthe chief 'udxiliary of `tradl -Tooke A1vertisihg is not thl riiaJ to ducceis, but etdciess itself.-'tichardsoIli. Ad'vertise.ynur ausines; : .I owe all my success to it.-P.' .' Barient. The most truthful part if s newspaper is its advertisements.-Jefieon. The man-who pays more for shop renti fthan advertising ildoes not now his business -!foeW&a4 Gateley. -1¢w' ehb one'nanm knoiw what you W.nfi iunlessycu'ý.skltfr it, or niat you have .t 'sell uniless you "a' ertik e't Z-1lu rf Hal 'stead. The 'ibdvertisements i':ich uappari in at lpublih'jiurnal take ratlk 'an..ng "the most. iignificA.it indications of tfih'eittate if society of that ti'ihe ani pla ce. fh?)iibns. S'if- "'y d' itie,; it ' ifei yotr ! pl.ico i 'eutatiohn aio'nhd;' flk, i'till cro v.l to yoiur .warthouse and keep lt ely. If you 'don't t*dnt t'o do 'adythibig,'l, ep as still as you 'hln .'F, Bihowuie.. " h'ere is' i absolifte necessity ;for 'adver s?ing; there is a ...
PRESIDENT STEYN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
PRESIDENT STEIN. President Sre.yn, who ocricpies the highest position in the Orange Free State, has risen, through his own de. termination of character 'and his un taintable honesty, from the lowest .to the highest position ii' the State. He is the son of a Boer-:anl is a Boer at heart himself, but he knows England better than many Englishmen, and Holland is like a second home to him. Heis not ashamed of his humble origin. "My father was a waggon-maker, and I am proud to think he was a good one !" he declared on one occasion, after he had been raised to the Presidency. When young Steyn was nineteen years of age, Mr Justice Buckanan paid a visit to the family homstead of the Steyns, not far from Bloemfon tein, and was so struck with the future President's possi?lities of greatness that he urged his father to allow him to proceed to Europe for training in the legal profession. For -six years he studied law in England and Holland, and returned to his native country in 1882, when he was...
WORRIED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
" V ,WORRIED TO DEATH. Not long since, a business man of 'this city died from worry. The strain on. his brain and constant anxiety bhruoglit on lnumerous complaints which ultimately led to his death. ,Nor is ian occurence of this kind so uncommon as people suppose. Business men. are ery oftenri' martyrs to constipation and kindred ills, Ind though an ab solute and speedy "remedy is to be found in Bile Delans for Biliousness, every onie does not appear to recognise it a fact.?' W:Vhat is the direct cause of constipation is hard to say. It is mostly the effect of disobedience to the laws of nature, "irregularity of habit, arid isf ofteni ~eed by an over strain o 'various organs of the system. Constipation may also be caused by eating indigestible foods, or eating too much or too fast. Insulecient liver ac tion, also, is often the cause, and the reason for this is that it is one of the duties of the 'liver to furrouish for purposes of digestion a fluid call''ed bile:. An insuflicient q...
A PRIEST ON THE BOER WAR. SOME BOER CHARACTERISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
A i'RIEST - ON TIE BOElt iAR. t SOME BOERL ClAi.lACTEI:rSTICS. The Rev. I?ather Dunne contributes an interesting and tioughtful article to p the " Alury Banner " on the question, v "Is EngIland justilied in the present C war with the Boers " The followingd are some extracts :-The people who d now reside in all the colonies under the British flag ought to be grateful for the protection and the political anld re; ligious liberty which they enjoy, and ought to have more sympathy with f, England in the war in whicl she is t now engaged in South Africa. Sonic a people hold that England was not justi- P tied in going to war with the Boers. The right of England to protect her d British subjects and others, who went ci to the Transv.Il to settle there, and to insist on their gettrig full poiitical and religious freedom and civic rights, de- n pends on the question-Did England by any convention or agreement with tl the Boers relinquish her suzeranitvy over the Transvaal Republic. Somine hold...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
CYCII4G: NiOTES. The Dunlop Co are in receipt of ai hire from Coolgirdie. (W. A) ?sti Sig that Overlander Arthur Ric?ihardson lihasarrived therec safely;,: and wnas' ac-. corded, a great receptionhin irecognitiobn of his pluck)y ride. 'Ri?chardsou" left Perth on June 5th last, o that his ride has taken just about. eiglht months, and' considering the ''iature of the coun try passed, tlihroii h liand the hard slips:" einduredi nd 'l,& :fact .that the lonely cyclist `covered l1,500 mnies -on, Iis Dunlop-tyred mnachine, during: that time, tie feat. is certainly one of the nidost'reinaikable yet acconi plislied ly Australian- wheelmen. Whlien this ride was first mooted it was set down hns'.Ta miad fre-k and one fraughtiwi th the 'greatest danger ;' ut the' coo=headed lu icky W A. excycliiig dipatc' ridier qi tdok o" 'dl risks,, and the ,ide isn ,' :n a it accnmpl,· thusi again :denionstratiing what "a 'first cliss "cycle' ceir withstand i?n in i the hands of iacapalle aiid experi...
A CHEERFUL MOTHER OF EIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
A' CI'IEERF~FI NMOTHER OF EIGHT. Mrs.'J,?the' M athieson, wife of Mr. Joh, M~ithiesot, ,infitiLturer of :,Pe:rfection Wheat. :leal,"' has o.ust hlid an extraordinary expiierrice, nc coitndiit to tihe "'Cobur? - eder. Visited personally at- herh;.ome, 5 PaIrk street. Cobuirg Mrs athieson, who is a busy ..heerfutlady, and nothe-r of ,eilit c??ildr en, said SI au g!ad of this oppiortunity to tell my story.' I: had been` sufferiig for six yeLars. althoulih attended ,by several doctors, from a tuinor growing inr:my rightiside. Af!er an operation at the Mti elhliburi?iELospital for its re uiimoal? slwili t' 'dtors ?aid wvas ne'cessary to save my life, my suffer 'itigs eaeared to ifc rea'se. e I became 'juike ;tiatile tbo attnd to tl'o house hold and h1ad to employ servants A dreadful hot pai?i was present in my right side froni foot to head, anid the imuscIrs .bseeiedi contracted.' I ?'as feverish: a'id could" not 'sleep. '- If was iitii this ~Wea?aindl prostriated.-itite whlien I decide ...
HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 8TH FEBRUARY. (Before Messsrs. Dr. Baird (chairman) and Jno. Green, Js.P. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
IIEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, STII FEI?:U?r.. Before MIesssrs. Dr. P:gird (chairnman) and Jno. Green, Js.P. At the local court of petty sessions yesterday, a man named William Les lie, but more familiarly known as " Tassy," was charged at the instance of Constable Hocking, that he, on the 2nd inst., had no lawful visible means of support. Accused pleaded not guilty. Constable Hocking deposed that for some time previous to his arrest, ac cused had coliie to the district osten sihly for the purpose of picking rasp berries, blackberries, and other fruit. He warted the man that if he wished to stay in the district lie would have to leave the drink alone, which he pro mised to do, and also that lie would clear out, hilt shortly before Christ mas lie conaenced " running the billy" to the hotel and started drinking. When arrested 'dn :tie 2nd, accused appeared to be in the first stage of delirium trrmens. IHe" was walking about the streets gesticulating and talking to himself, and b...
THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
THE ORCHAR4PD. A mixture of linme and salt (says .- well known orchardist) when so mixed as to leave no freet salt, is ex cellent for all fruit treek Such man ures should be applied as a top dressing. A peach or plum orchard needs nothing hettiir.than earth fi-otii the woods with, a slightadditionof phoshate trid potash. If barnyard manure .is applied , at any time, ':it should.. \be -thoroughly decomnppsed and applied as a: top dress ing. Such manure, if placed about the roots whl?n plantin g. pear or apple tree, wilill kill it ..Grapes, of course, want phtsphates and potash. They willr also iespotid to "a free appli cation of liquid tnatiire? dtiring their periods of rest, bbtli in wiriter and in midsummer. All the tallgrowiiig berries, of the bramble sort- will iise i large amount of organitd tantre. But be careful about dressing your raspberries with rank undecomposed barnyard manure. The probability Is at any time you will develop a fungoid disease that you cannot easily master...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
An observing man insists that he can tell a woman's character by her man1er of walking and the kind of shoes s?he wears. He says that the listless .way of lifting one's feet indi. cates laziness or ill-health. A heavy, flat-footed: step means, a good house keeper, but an aggressive nature, A dragging, shuffing step denotes in dolence of mind and body.. He ob serves, further, that the woman who likes mannish shoes is not dainty or feminine, and that the ideal woman wears well-titting shoes in the street and dainty slipfetý in the house.
THE WAR IN AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
THE WAR IN AFRICA. OUr readers are now at one in' the matter of being eager for the ivar to end soon. No one doubts that Eng land will overcome the stubborn re sistance of the Boers, but it is sad that we have to spend so much blood and treasure in doing it. There is, of course, nothing for it but that the whole Empire shall join forces and gain the victory. Too late England sees that the Boers were well prepared in everr way for this struggle. Evi dently tliei-e was the intention on the part of the Boers to drive the English out of Africa if they could. Before the war began it was possible for some people to pity the Boers ais being en gaged in striving for tlieii indepen dence ; but now that things liave gone so far, there must be, to use the words of Sir Redvers Buller, " no turning back." No one knows how long the war will last. Possibly the great loss of life on the Boer side, together with the need they have for fresh supplies of food and of ammunition, may bring the end very ...
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. v tl The TEMIPS has christened soldiers of c the sci'enifiý;c ascetic, military type, to which Kitchener and Gatacre helong, ' Monks of the Sabre'-which is de cidedly good. Sir Frederick Sdrgdod is a rare ex n ample of a politician who co:i?nenes t as a Conservative and become.s mre t liberal as he gets older. With his i re sent popular views on the Franclise; Factories Legislation, etc, he should have no difficulty in obtaining a seat in the Federal Parliament. Premier M'Lean was ?,ite k'nocked silly' whelin, at Governor .13Uasey's . farewell lunch to Ministers, if is 1Exl- - lency sug?ested that lie should ie granted three months' leave. The c Governor had hii-self asked for six 1 months some time ago and been refuse d, his resignation heing the result. The Premier's astonishnment on being approached on the sulhj!ct was his un- t doing, and he had prom.ised his approval hefore he fully grasped the situation. Pecuniarily it will mean nothing to the" country, but L...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
'Courts of Petty Sessions. Cottrts will be held during the year 1900 at the undermentioned plaies, at the hours, ahiid tiM dates hereinafter respectively 3+ ,ýyýI , , ,ql" 'i~:6K-:t:"r ~ ,~,,^ ;nt. Name of Court IHour Jan Feb Marchl 'April. Iay June July Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. Eleidelberg '. . 10 150t 5, 1 16,1l90f. 2, 16f 7, 21"r 4, 18tf 2 160 6, 200 3, 170t 1 1,60 5, 19o-f 17 Andersori's Creek 11. 808 120". 120 9° 140 11 9o 13° 10 . 80 120 3 Eltha);in 11 9* 180 130 o 100 ( 150 120 . 10i 140 . 110 90 130 11 arrai Glien ... '9.30 17 28o 14 11 6 9 4 1,.29 26 24 21 12 EIcalcsv.lle .. 2.30 180 150 15 120 100 7 20, 30 270 25 220 13 A.M. 19, 26 16 23 16,23,30 20, 27 18,25 22, 29 20, 27t 240t, 31 210t, 28 1f , 26 .23,. 30 21, 28 Ferntree Gullly .,.i 9 230 27° 27* 240 20 20( 24 280 250 230 2270 I 18 Queenstown 11 22 5 26 23 28 25 23 27 24 22 26 10 * Police Magistrate's V isits. t Licensing and Warden's Courts, D, BERRIMAN, Clerk of Courts.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
-:-iiiiii?trd1.is the chief auxil i:y of trade --Tooke :: Adverctising is hot th road to success, but success itself- l.ichardson. Asiertise-ryeur. busin?c.; ,I ove 'all my oucess to it.-P. T Bor?nu) . The mist truPhfnl part of a newspaper is .Its ailvertisetenits.-JeLjTrsca. .The than who pays inure fn* shop vent 'tin h ldvertisuii iltcs not kici;iv his ibusineass S-jforace G', ed?c4. IHOw can oih iniii know sit!iat you wfsa. hnless you ask for it, or %lihat you have te tell unless you ad 'ertise it --Mllurao Ilht stead. The advertisements \swhi appear in a publi3 journal take rank aiing the most. _hignificant indie?;tions of the state of society~ bf that time ahid place.--Dcke?,rs. If yout adverfi-i, it gives your.:plae 6s teputation marosal ; folks will crdi?4 to yoni irarehouse iail keep livrl".. If you don't •want to do anything, keep as still as you can.-C. F. Boeie. There is an absoluite hecc5sity for adver tising; there is a greait e egdrness t' compete tor attentidn;.aud ni...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
Healesville Post and Telegraph Oflikc. o.st'oflice open froin 9 ainu. fo 6 .in Telegrdph oflice bperifroin 8:30 a:m ;:toJ8 p.m. Post office savings bank open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Sattirdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.. Mails close for- '... Melbourne 10.30 a.m. aandai Daily. Intermediate 7.15 pm. nJ. , Marysville ,1 9 . m ily Narn .beto'?I "' : ily. Mails 'irir from - ~.,: Melbourne?e'&., 9 40 a. m.I2.4Q p in., and. 7:30 pmn. Daily. MaIsrysville . &td ) 7ýp.m. Daily. ;: .. " arbethong J