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Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
ylaces of Note. Fernshaw, Black Spur, Stevenson Falls, •Mathinna Falls, Condon Falls, Malleson's Look-out, Mount,-Juliet, Mount Riddell, Mount Monda, Mount St. Lenoard, Cnran .derrk aboriginal station, and Don River Road.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
G, S, MATTHEWS,. w8ilaer,; S traptor Valtutor, Plans and Speciications Prepared, : uQuantities Made Up, AND . ' ifJJjpJNG - MA'}ERI4Lj Of Every Description S?pplied at Melbourpe Pri~s. cfext to the Post Offgpe, Healesville. Encouragse pcal Trade! Why Send Y~r Money Oµt of tlhe Town 1 arpoP ý??oe, oronmongpt, as Gg-}eral Storekeeper, Nibholson St., Healesvile, D ESPECTEFLLY retqirns tlhcnks.to Ger • ntijepi'g.s -'stomters for their past patronage, and. hopes to rperit a bantinu unce of the liberiii support best?.veddlmorin, the p.st six years. In order to inee the requijjlyPents of the times, she has ma'de Reduction. in Prices ,r1 all Departments of her Businge s )rapery, Milliner1, .~Jots and Shoes. Ironulongery, Paints, Oils, : indoy !a.i.s1 a'apd 1 Bildindg R egliites. All at the Npst Reasonable Prices FO.L OAsU 1 Farpn-= Dairy Produce Ijought. - Highest Prices Given. Produco and Timbir Xorchants, HEALESVILLE, YARRA GLEN, AND LILYDALE. POTATOES, Wheat, Oats, Peas, Tares, Ryp, Barl...
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
Healesville. A pretty` municipal: township, wivth post .tnd telegraph and money-order of.ice;'ind. .savings:bank, situated at the junction of the Graceburn and Moal ondah rivers, 39 mileseast of Melbourne. Rail directiwith MellAqurne, Healeaville being the terminus: It has three large first-class hotels and 'a airge temperance hotel ;' Gracedale Hose; a handsome summer resort, is situated near the fot t.f. Mobnt Juliet, about three miles .from tlhe ruilway station:. There are a fine ptate' school, `fogr churches, branclJ ~6f the Colonial Jank,,court h6~oe, police .tation, mnechanic' institute and free library, a pewspaper THE HEALESVILLE ý GUARDIAN);, a:number of stores and other places of buasiness. Extensive recreation grounds, eleared, improved, and fenced ; also beau tiful" lawn tennis court and bowling green.. Trout and blackfish may be caught in the ?iver near 'Healesville, and go.d shooting S.few. miles out. Tlhe district is princi pally grazing ; there are several orchards ,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
TJQ$. IOOQNE, ,iLT COLNIAL' BANK Nicholson ?Street, JIealesville. JOB, PRINTING AT THE ,fUARDIAN OFFICE, THE HEALESVILLE HOTEL. , CULLEN,i PROPRIETOR. T rHE Proprietor respectfully;intimates that. Visitors and Tourists \ill "nd really od ad ofortable accomzo dation at .old-established hos te , . Ales, Wines, and Spirits of, thle Best 3r=ads. Good Stabling under the supervision of E..Cullep, Charges moderate. ADVANCE : HEALESVILLE! *1' " , . A Weekly Newspaper' Printed and Published at the Office, NICHOLSON STREET, HEALESVILLE. THE ..UARDIAN Is the P :inted ' In the Shire of Heales ille Support and Encourage YOUR OWN NEWSPAPER For it is its bounden duty.to Support and Advocate Your Rights and Interests. G 1 * SIS CIRCULATED 'IN Healeville,: Yarra Glen, Lilydale, Warburton, Marysville, Buxton, Upper Yarra, Launchinig Place, EItham, And all :the' " ,SURROUNDING: PARISHES.1 :THE GUARDIAN is published every Friday Morning. " ' ..-... SBSCSi3TIONZ:: 12s. Por *Annum.+ ':j ' The Proprietor ...
Law [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
Law Bailiwick-Central. Police Magistrate - M~r. Join J. O'M~ara. Sits every third Thursday in the inonth. Justices of the Peace-E. H. Cameron, MI.L.A., D. Crichton, J. Eson, Jno. Green, E. Kidney, J. C. Steel, and E. J. Hall ,(presidlent of the shire). Sessions-Thursday, at 10 a.m. Clerk of Courts-Daniel Berrinman.
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
Ieajesville Shire. Constituted a shire, 30th September *1887. Area-200 square miles. Popgla ;tion, 1225 ; ratepayers on roll, 292. n~n pual value, £12,602; rgte, Is. in £. . ,venue, £2,900. President-Edmund J. Hall. Councillors. E~dmund J. Hall ... Retires, Aug., 1895 Thos. Clements: ,, ,, 1895 John Green .... ... ,, ,, 189 .John Holland... ... , ,,. 1896 John M. Keppel ... ,, ,, 1893 Edward Nichols ... ,. ,, 18 .Stewart :Sloss ,, ,, 1897 'Thus. Bartoun ... ... ,, ,, 1897 John 3PGretton ... ,, ,; 1897 The Counccil meets at Daly's Hall on the last Monday in the month. Officers. Secretary, collector, valuer, and inspector .ofnnisauces-OChas. H. Alexander, Engineer-Alex. Rodgers, C.E. Health oflicer-J. C. Baird, M.B.B.S. Treasurer--Jno Coi nish. Dog registrars-Joseph Hall, Heales ville; Henry Robinson, Marysville.
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
elalesville Post and Telegraph Office. Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. 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 6.45 ami and }. 10.15 am .daily. Intermediate 7.15 pm j i Marysville and :.. ... 9,30 am daily Narbetlong Arrive from Melbonr~e, &c... 9.40 am 2.40 pm 7,80 pm i daily. Marysville i nd: ... 7 pmdaily Narbethong . MISS FYFE, Postmistress.
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
s.. .. IMarysville. A picturesque postal township on the Stevenson River, 62 miles east of Mel bourne. Rail directto Healesville. thence daily,coach, the .rosd passing over the'far famed Black Spur. The scenery at Marys ville is extremely pretty; the Stevenson Falls~;re two miles distunt, and " Tommy's Bend" and Cumberland Creek 'are near. It has two good hotels, state school, police station,' and two stores. The district i?s '. Kqpeg zig. po t.is ctronnectepulaith 80. M. kqigpel, postmaster, Population, 80.
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
puBxton, 4 postal township on the Acheroj River, $6 miles east of Melbourne. It has a large hotel, store, and state school. The district s 'pastoral and agricultural, )vith .everal good farms. A cross-country postal ser vice is miaintained with Marysville and Alexandra by way of Buxton tri-weekly. SSherwill. postmaster. Population; 50. :
PARLIAMENTARY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
PARLIAMENTARY NOTES. fi .(FROM .THE AGE. .: I The'-Budget debate was commenced a in the Legislative Assembly on Tues- e day, and judging by the warmth of t feeling shown the deliberations of mem- h hers, will for the next few weeks be 1 extremely lively. Sir JamiesPatterson F spoke for about an hour, and said the Go vernment, to his mind, did not appear to appreciate the stern -necessity for retrenching in all directions, as it actually proposed to, make the total ex plenditure for 'the year £64,000 more than that of its 'iredecssors. Now that Sir James Patterson is relieved from ' the necessity of placating votes- he raises a great outcry about .the alarm inug state: of affairs' at the railways, t which contribute 87 per cent. of .the deficit. - A similar alarming drift existed during his term of office, and liothing was then done toarrest it:.-Nor ' had Sir James Patterson anything deli nite to propose, merely contenting him self withthe commonplace criticism that it was impossibl...
WHO WOULD BE WITHOUT A NOSE? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
WHO WOULD BE WITHOUT A NOSE ?-A young noseless man asked the authorities at a LondonHospital whether theycould obtain a real nose for him. To oblige the appli cant an amputated finger of another patient was grafted on to his face, but (says the Westminster Gazette) it was found that am putation had caused the finger to die and it failed to "take." The noseless man, noth ing daunted, then agreed to the surgeon's $qggestion that one of hisown (the patient's) figgers should be cut off to furnish the nasal organ, but in order that his finger should not be wasted in the event of this operation not being successful, the patient's arm was encased in plaster, and for four weeks he had to hold his finger to his face in the hope of it taking root, This it did, and was then taken off the hand, and now remains fixed as a nose. It has been mani pulated, so that it is no Idonger to be recog nised as a finger, and the process of shap ing it is being proceeded with.
A CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
AC cRI$STMAS PANTOMIME, By gas. D. F.-LAURIE. (.Continued.) Reginasd Heritage was not .waiting outside, as usual, and the two -women Iagked home silentlya.rl quickly. As she turned the key in the lock an awful fear seized Bridget and she turned to the girl treblinug. J' Stay thJere one muinute, Miss Barbara, and don't he after trapping in so noisily and- waking your mamwwa, the poor dear she's may bhe enjoyiu' a sweet s.Jeep and ye'll be only disturbitn her. So stay there( my lamb, and I'll go ?.rst." Pri.get walked in softly, leaving j$arbara on the door step. The room vyas still and quiet and Mrs. Mervyn ,lept_-slept so deeply and peacefully that not a fold ,of the coverlet, kept so spotless by faithful Bridget, stirred in} the.slightest degree. She lay with her back turned to the door and her face was in shadow. Bridget bent peer her, touched her icheek, `then gave a low ' 'Tis .he that's gone.n God help us! Howe-yar will I tell 4iss Barbara--" Whe heard a light qtapt belhind her...