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FROM THE "BULLETIN." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
1l'he t?e. ,. . vray (the WVra'y of Light), special 1:in- alaker with thi second Vic. contingent, gets .£II a week for his services. I Iow often t.hli men of peace are m1elt of gold pieces I " i.". Ifve frrolsjtitle remarked )David A-s,: Svie's tong re:;ciublaniU to C.rlyle. In a lat, it 1,, ?i is a cari cittire of the S:g tof helsea, landiun u pol w hict.h nint out of every tell Melb. readert ; exclaiml: " By Jove I David ty1He." Irioper cl(' , ,, Io li.?d in Adelaidd hoiopital on hlis *way to fhe .Boer war, was ai son of U. H. Cox, MI.L.C. Cox s,'nior.hl ld ii i:;at inl the first N.S.W . Assemtly nnder responsiile Govern menit, and has ht,(en a niember of the Leg. Council for nearly forty years. The attempt of a Chinaman and two ila hotuliedans to enlist in thi Victorian Bush Contingent .is the worst insult this country has met with up to date. " T.D.": If patriotism is to Ie mea surpd by the thirst for gore, the most patriotic man, I have yet fallen across was a Meihpurne lawyer,...
WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
-4-- AN American paper thus defines it : The life-blood of modern business: A money-tr.ker, getter, and saver. A flash of information td ~ii th6 people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields pure gold iit large dividends. The key-note of progress iii' tk march to success. The dealer's suae ioad to success A hid'Jium for the inFcreasi o biisiness. That *hvbich boonis the pulce and enriches the aidvertiser. A means of eoinxniinicating items of interest t; wide-arzako people. : An ifitelligeht mhessage to iritelligend people; profiting sender aitd resti'et. Pei~ona:l r2id lublic bi'ctits are derived fro:m its judicious appl!ication. A l6tic6 that brings best returnd for feast money. Tihe 6'Tnetr-ston6' of the Temple of Fortune. The power iat keeps trade id motion. the electric power concealing traa6i
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR : [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
.i THE . WPotL iA': LLit.:'ds, except sparrows and muinas, not indigenoits to Australia, and their prodner (including eggs), antelo'e, bes-eaters, bus itrd or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers,., great k.iilafisibdr or lauighing jackass, grouse, ibis lyi-e-irds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. i as, robdrgue ur mopokes, '· ... tL_, southern stone plover or curlow, waltlows, warblers, white "sausa; Wrens. Junie 14 ?o DECEMBER 20 : SBlack' kan emu, emu, wild geese of iall kitid , - AUGUST 1 TO NEBSRUARY 28 : ironze- inged or other wild pigeoii s. 'uail. -AUGUST 1 to DECEyMBR 26. All birdi's owo as Ctanes, ,uch as hefous, egrets, &c. f all holney-eatsrr except wsatt8 'birds- and leather-he ds; all ksinasfiser~ ather than the laughing jackass ; all mnem bers of the grauculus family ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-biril, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, lauil-riil, all ?ther members of the rail family, porpl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
Biliousness. A Desperate State of Health. The Case of :IRS. MiAR?Y ANN CROWE. (A 4Report"e's Inteiverie.) '"flow was it you became sick Whsat was, the cluse of yout minlaly ? ' These are quoestioos thliat?ery few piltients can answer. ickdesns,' for tlie nln-te part; suneks into the human citadel unptrceived', like a thief in thli night or a Bier lishaoisig the white flags This reflection was aroutied by the answer nliade to our reporter by -Mrs. Mary Ann Crowe, of 48 U.rkl y-street, Cairlton, as to what. reason she could assign for the dreadful sickness she had passed through. Mrs. Crows said, "I hate thought it ihight have been the hdue, or thehot spells o'f weather -to which Mlelbourite is anij ct; but my doctor saii it-' was largely= ow?ng to anxiety and ovcr;work.; IIe treated ime for some time with no, good result and then advised my going to tir hospital. "Will you tell the how you- suffered,'' said the ns?spaecr man instinctively taking cut liis book'and diviing' i r his pen...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
HZALETSVILL3 """ HOTEL, NICHOLSON STREET. THOS. BOONE, PROPRIETOR. Good Accommodation. Moderate Tariff. Only the Bent Wines and Spirits kept.. VISITORS can rely on getting GOOD ACCOMMODATION. NEALS-ONE SHILLING. 'T.B;, whilst thanking his patrons for past favors, hopes by civility an.d strict attention to busines. to ,?inerit-"r continuance of their patronage. YARRA FLATS HOTEL. J. 1 I W I X, GOOD ACCOMODATION olXt TRAVELLERS, CYCLISTS AND TOURISTS. Good Shooting and Fishing in Season. Horses and Traps to !hire at Moderate Rates. . Best Wines, Ales, and Spirits Kept in Stock. Jtt I V .IN L PROPRIETOR, YARRA GLEN ROAD W. H. HOOPER,, PRACTICAL TAILOR, MAIN-ST., LILYDA LE. w Pu t A T1P *Prt ORDE1- FOR £2 1s. TROUSERS FROM 12, 6d. Large assortment of Ali'T1IN AND WINTER GOODS To choose from. A Trial Solicited. lir Healesville visited every mnnhfh. Orders may be left with Mni W. 7. IIAltýY LOST MANHOOD Nervous Debility, &c , from youthful folly, excesses or any cause. ausranteed ...
BOWLING. HEALESVILLE V. MOONEE PONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
BOWLING. IIEALESVILLE V. MOOSEE PONDS. The above clubs met on the local green on Saturday afternoon last. The visitors arrived by the 2.20 train, ac companied by a number of their lady friends. The local club had made ar rangements for afternoon tea for the lady visitors, under tke supervision of Mesdames Baird and George, and need less to say, was much appreciated. The game was rather late in commencing, owing to some of the local players not being on the ground at the proper time, The dilatory ones shou!d try and strain a point when a club visits Healesville to be on the green so as to make a punctual start, and not keep visitors waiting on them, as on the last two occasions. Dr. Baird, Messrs. J. J. Wilson, and Shaw captained the local rinks against Messrs. Ovens, Bleach, and Dyer respectively, and after a most enjoyable game-notwith standing the hot clday-the local bowlers came out with a majority of 15 points. Healesville won in each rink, No, 1 by '. points, No. 2 by 5 points,...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1900. BOER TACTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
PUBLISHIED" tRIDAY MORNING'S. F?RiDA Y FEBRUARY 9, I900. BOER TACTICS. THE motto, " Everythihg is fair in love and war," has evidently been puished by the Boers in South Africa in their contest with the British to the utmost ektent. We know the proverb is, like many others, tbiore like an epigram than a verity.' We cann6t stay now to'di'cuss the catistic problem how far strategy in "love"- is justiliable, but from a legal point of view we should imagine it would be risky, and cer tainly not in good taste. As regards " war," we know that everything is not fair. Firing on hospitals and con voys of wounded, poisoning the enemy's rivers and streams, molesting his women and civil population generally are all tabooed by decent belligerents. But the Boers have evidently a law to themselves, and do not think hIauser rifles and French and German artillery enough 'to wage the war with. If the tactics of the Boers, ihich show them solvoA in "faked" flag? of truce, shell iot .m.bu]e.oce weggo~r...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
IIEALESVIMIE SX IliME COIUNCIfHL. The following reports were crowded I out of last issue. ENGINEER'S REPORT. I beg to report on the works in. lic shire di ring tie period since last conncil mteeting as follows :--1. Works on Woods Point Ilo ad and, YIrra Track.--On my official visit, 22nd to 24th, I passed thCese works carefully, Incasuring, all work claimed by contrtictors as calex:s to their contracts, and I have to reprt .that these works, consisting of three devi tints, a considerable nllumllber of ii)r\(!llvenwnts along the road by corduroy, etxcavatitn, and road clearing have alil been executed in e tliorcteg!tly ,ati.;factry mant ner. 2. Thle work in progress on Banks' drain is practically complete. It has been carried out in a rather imnre linishedl manner than was spliecified, and is a thoroughly credit able channel. There is a imatter npart fromn works whichh, however, mist ibe mien tioned in this report, since the gravet con sequences may follow from its neglect. This is ...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
Law Relatiiig to Newspap is: I L. Subscribers who do not give express botice to the contrary, ire, considered as 'ishisigtd e oitihue tb~lir sblscriptiond. ' S..2. If sublscribers; order thli fisconttriYau noce. of their .periodicals,. the publisher rinc'doniinue to" send 'them- until"arrears arp apaid. :.:,'3. If subscribers refuse ,or neglect to take peioidicals fromi the otfice. to ,vhichi 'they are directed, they 'are held respon'sible uintil they have settled :their bills, and ordered the periodicals' to be discontinued. 4 ."If sibscribers move ?io other places without inforiiing "piilishers, and :lthe papers are sent to their former direction, 'the subscrib'ers are responsible. 5. The ?ourts have decided tihn?t "re fusing to take periodicals-from the o:flui:e or removing or leaving them. unealled for x'-iJai7'incCik;-;Y l 4 l rt, 6. If subscribers pay in advance for :eriodials, they are bohnd to give notice to the publisher, at the end of the time, thati they do not wish to co...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 February 1900
GENERAL NEWS. The adjourned council meeting in connection with the patriotic concert was held in the Shire Hall on Monday evening, there being present - Cr. Matthews (President), in the chair Crs. Sloss, Bailey, Chandler, and the secretary (Mr. C. H. Alexander). The secretary reported that while in Mel bourne he visited the railway offices to see if the Railway Department would grant free passes to persons who would take part in the concert, and was informed that performers could travel from Lilydale (return) at single fare, and from Melbourne first class return on second-class excursion fares. He also saw Mr. Barker, a great baritone singer, but he could not see his way to give his services free of charge. Mr. O'Brien had promised to assist at the entertainment. The chairman's idea was to get one or two influential gentlemen from Melbourne to give a short address on the war, to be interspersed with a few songs, etc., and it was agreed that the entertain ment take the form suggested...
HINTS ON EATING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 February 1900
HINTS ON EATING. Rapid eating is slow s ticide. Plenty. of time should lie take?i. Dinner slmohld be of a lighter. nat?ire in summner than ifi Minter. :,Mere gratification of the appetite is very likely to shorten life; It is not good to. dine when in a state of mental or physiel:' weakness. : Two pounds of potatoes contain as much nutriment Ah thirteen pounds'of turnipu Liphgt soups, light desserts add iight meats should hav' hie `preferenice in warm weather:. Fish and oysters aire easily digested As munch rest as: possible. lishould be taken afteri tihe meal Abuse of the stomach "atditnner will be repaid` soonrr of l?aste by that punishmedt which comes to the gltton.
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 February 1900
Courts of Petty Sessions. Courts will be held during th' year 1900 at the undermentaniied places, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz - Naiameb of Court. Houi. Jan.~ Febi March. April. May, June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. Heidelberg 10 15 f 5, 19f ' 2, 18 21 1 4, 1 808 16?f 6, 200f 3, 170f 1, '!50f 5, 190f 17 Anderson's Creek 11 8o, 12- =120 90 140 lo, 90 o 3O 100 80 120 .3 Elthamn . 1 9 1 130 10 15° '= 12' 100 14° 110 90 130 11 Yarra Glen'. 9:.0 17' 28 14 11 : 9 4 1,29 26 .24 '21 12 HIealesville 2.. 0 . 18 °:: 50 150 120 10 "70 50o 2o, '3o. 270 250 220 13 Lil3dale ... .. .30 5 12of, 2, 9*,9 2,9 9o f o?- 40:; 11, ? ,8;15 6,1, , . , 17, 7,14, 5,12, 2, 16of, 7,14, 19, 26 16, 23 16,23,30 20,'27 18,25 22, 29*f 20, 270t 24°t, 31 21°, 28 19°t, 26 23, 30 1, 28 Ferntree Gully '... 9 230- 270 27* 9 4 290. 260 240 280 250 230 27° '18 Queenstown .. 11 ..22 5° 26 23 28 :25 23 27 24 22 26 10 * Police Miagistrate's- Visits. t Licensing and Wardeu's-rOburts. D...
A SURPRISED PREACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 February 1900
A SURPRISED PREACHER. When a minister in the course of his sermon asks a question, he doesn't expect anyone to answer it. .Should one of the congregation .-reply, the preacher would be as much astonished as was the minister of whom the " New York Triliuue " tells this anec dote : At a watch.night service at a cer tain church the.vicar was preaching a sermon on the Prodigal Son, in the course of which he said : "'Last year some people came to watch-night service from a neighbor ing puiblic-house, and some of them were -drunk;." Is there, anyone here like that to-night 4" "Yes; said- a; respectable-looking man' seated in the aisle, "I'm here, and I'm drunk." The effect on the congregation was electrical. 'The preacher was stattled for a moment, but after saying, "tPoor fellow, poor fellow," proceeded with his discoiirse. :" I tell you I'm drunk," said the in truder. , ", Hold your tongue;" said the vicar. ': I am speaking now; and mindt hot be iinterrupted:',
GEMS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 February 1900
GEMS OF THOUGHT. S'iNo1,duty requires . us ' to shut out beauty. Never waste anything--not even ad vice. To be happy when old; be temperate when young., Women are never so uhiiable as when they are' usefil. " Lorve is 'as natural to a'woman as fragrance is to a rose. Humility. is a grace that adorns and beautities every other grace. Love of countr.y is 'the :.most uni versal of all generous sentiments. Self-denial'does not consist in giving away what you can very well do with out. She that is good may .hope to be come bletter; but she that is bad is in danger of becoming worse.
THE CAPE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 February 1900
TIE CAPE PREMIIER. Though still in tlhe near neighhour hiood of forty,Mr.. W. P. Schreiner, the Cape Premier, was a Q.C. so long ago as 1882, after completing his edu cation at Caml,ridge University and Londond: He hasi beeni in, the Cape louse bt Assendilv ,for miny years, and recently has been one of the most prominetit nlen in the House.,. He is distinctly a young man in a hurry, and hlieisnot satisfied yet.. He -is a an of ereat eloquence, enormlous courage, and im'iense determination, his most conspicuous weakness. heing his incli nation to rush into a bad temper the motimiet he 'cones across anything which dB ii'dt exactly suit him. This was hiis claracteristic at the Bar, and hie ad nbo difficilty in bullying all the judges, with the sold exception of the present Chief Justice; wh*se, temiper ,is always calmly judicial, and ini ·.ealing with impulsive young men he is blessed with' a; gift of mild but very effctive sarcasm, "' 4?r Schreinet w.as Attoiney-General in the Rhodes ...
HOW TO PRESERVE HUSBANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 February 1900
HOW TO PRESERVE HUI-S BANDS. S?ome'- facetious matrimonial doctor gives the following prescription for the preservation ' of husliand .There is considerable good 'ense in it, too : " See that the lineii in which 'you wrap him is nicelyimerided;' with: the required number of buittons ind istHings se'wn on Tie him iii the matrimonial kettle piv strong silken cord called comfort, should the one.: called l duty prove too weak. Husbands are:apt to fly out of the' kettle and be burned a?id: crusty on` the edges, since;, like crabsanc lobsters, you; have to. cook them when alive. Put on a steady fire of love, neatness and cheerfulness.' '.St him as near the flmne as seems to agree with him If he splutters and fzs, 'o notthe anxious; for some h;usband.s do this until tlieyare ?qS uite done,; :Add a a' little: saveetiiess:iii ?he forii: "f 'kiss6es, blit'b beware" of- miaim g -viiliega'r or "';A moderate amount` of` spice im' proves them ut it imust be used with judgement: 'Do :not stick.- s...
CATHOLIC CONCERT AND LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 February 1900
CATHOLIC -CONCERT AND LECTURE. Expectation ran high as to the merits of the performanco in Daly's Hall last Friday evening, and it is now our pleasing 'duty to be able to say that hopes were fully realised, inas much as the entertainment was about the best ever given in the tdistrict. The Rev. G. A. Robinson is not a novice at hlis work; he has been givinig lectures in all the large halls of thy city and suburbs, and in the principal country towns, and naturally much was expected from him. He fully justified the golden opinions formed of him by those who were fortunate enough to hear him in the'city, and he contributed largel] to the enjoyme'nt od the immense audience which patronised the entertainment on Friday evening. The harmoniphone, hslich was, quite recently imported by Mr. Alex. Gunn; rendered band and song selections in a ma'rvellously realistic fashion, and the people wrb' unstinted in their plhiudits, The rev. lecturer then intriodticed his subject, with a few nicely-cut ...
AN OCTOGENARIAN STOCK. DRIVER. Interviewed by the Seymour Express. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 February 1900
D R1 IVERI.' Inuteriiewed lby the .eymour E.cpress. Thu ]dlitor of tlhei S typfl tli pr.cs repoqrts in iiite"restig interviewi he liad it?li uide of the oldest stock:drierdr in the d rint itr-M Chrles: Foster,' whoa, S:with'stn :li ig that li he is ovir 8O years of ane, -as Just gane westward ni a three mdith ijourney with stock. We clip.tlih following ? " Yes, I haIe hal 'a few nrarrow' es cnpes" said lei when aske!d to talk rgardin" his aretr, but ' ai hale 'nd hearty ni most menti thirty 'years umyju niotl The narrowest .escape of ;al loccured about a yeart ago when I was on a Northwood : frirtti - here I eblitiacted itfiuenzs ;;no one thought I '.ould pull through. I was well cared fur. and tried ?any -supposed remedies, Ihutthe;great wvealknessand nervousness, total loss of appetite and burning pains ^in tLlebiehad.h b-ackedid not abate; n: grfpeat age tli 'ag'viit me. e I was ent 'dou'le witlh" pain: Recovering some hat 1 travelled withstock iin the' bhack-blocks, but was sudd...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 February 1900
Ltaw Relttlng to ?Neýsp~apei s i S.,Subscribers who do not give expresL notice.to the contrary,,. ae considered as Iishing to contintie their subscriptionA.' S2. !Ifsubscrib?rs :order: the discoritinut r ce, .qf their periodicals, the' publisherC imay contiue 'to send, them until arrears bre paid 3. .If: subscribers refuse or neglect to ,t ke periodicals fromnithe office to which tney aredirected, they' are held responsible until they;. have settled their: bills, and ordered ithO periodicalsto be discontinued. .a If subscribers move to other places ::withoit ihforming "publishers, and the papers are ,sent to their formei direction: the subscribers are responsible. S5.'The -courts have decided that "re ;fningto take' periodicals -fromn the: office Sor remnoving or leaving them uncalled for is prima facie evidence of intentional .. °6: f aniscriers pay in i idvanceor -priodicalps.they are bound to give notice. td the publisher, at the end of .the time; that they do..not wish to contin...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 February 1900
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND STOURISTS. s- r'.Places of interst sto.visit in thedis t ;i r?c.t,. indhow far situated 3-. :7 'lace. . ' . ' istance. Fernshaw... M allinsonrs Look- out . i 7 Mallinsoni's Gully . . 10 Condon's Gully ~.. . -- 4 Mleyers Creek and Falls:.. 5 I? liint?a. Falls ' , . . . BadgeriRver. . ?lacks Spur & Etta's Glen 10` Coranderrk Blacks Station 3. M It.:Riddell 2.. . .. Gracehurn Creek.. ... 'ia?eImrn Weir :. .. Watts River "1 ..? . Wa tts Weir ... .. 5. S"MtiJuliet (top) .. ,.., 0" : r :,+ +: . :,,+; . :