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STEEL'S CREEK V. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
STEEL'S CREEK V. YARRA GLEN. The above match was commenced last Saturday on the ground of the latter and see~rs likely to occupy more than the time allotted. W. Clements in the absence of the Captain (3. Spear) won the toss and decided to take the field as it was thought that the wicket, which. was very bumpy, would improve. The scoring was painfully slow partly owing to the bad wicket and dead ground, and partly to the good fielding of the home team, Gordon being promi nent in this feature. The last wicket fell for 47, which took about two hours to make. Buscombe, whose play was greatly admired made 15; W. Lovelace, 12 F, Lovelace, 9. When time was called the Glen had three wickets down for 24, of which Smith tmade 22 not out. The following are the scores; S-rEeL's CK&EK. A. flubbard, t" Spear. Ih B.'s'ett .., 0 F. Lovelace, I, Bassett .. .., 9 J. Hullbbrd, c Clemeits.. h Spar ... 2 nsBucomih., llrun out ... 15 Edhouse, run out ... ... ... I *Murray, b Bassett... ... ... 3 ...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
Local & General News. - Messrs. A. Hart (hon. secretary), and G. Anderson, who were deputed to col lect subscriptions on behalf of the New 3Ter's Day race meeting, met with very encouraging suvcess on Tuesday la.t; 4nd although the canvass is gpot yet complete, upwards pf ,£] has been entered upqon their list. The late arrivalof trains at Heales ville is a matterfo frequent occurrence cc recently, and call forth from weary E waiters for the 'i-ival of friends much (s adverse comment ipon the managenment v of our departm'estally hampered rail- a ways. Many vsitors freely remark a that it is' th'i;iost tedious Jour- - ney for the ditaie travelled that they P have ever experenced, and every bne s .who has sufferec the ordeal of s.itting r ihn a'stuffy eomprtment for two and a half hours-this s exclusivep of the time trains may be leat-can Warmly endorse the justification ,f tbh remark. The idea of a journey of something under 40 miles occupying over two and a half t hours is de...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
PUBL?HISHD FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, , NOVEMBER 16, 1894. JupgrqxI from. what took..place-in-the Houeo on, Tuesday and- Wednesday night the Budget debate is likely to be a lively performance and. to run Sthrough pore than the othodox Five Acts. Because Sir James Patterson is discredited by reason of his own-or' rather his Treasurer's-Budget,,it: by no means follows that he is incapable of criticising the Budget of his successors, and certainly they have laid themselves open ta very severe hand ling. In the firstp~pce Mr. Turner has laid himself open to severe comment by reason of his departure from the path he led the country to hel:ieie he meant to tread. He committed himself to direct taxation, and left people to. be lieve that the impost would fall upon therm in the shape of a tax upon wealth, and, perhaps, an income tax. As the members of the public service had be come dissatisfied with the Patterson ad nhinistrationg o account of their re trenching praclivi ies, Mr. Turner soon ...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
-THE IIEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY.. •Counties-.-Anglesey ipd Evelyn. i ,Parishes-Buxton, Glenwatt., Narbethqun Stevensons, and part of Gracedale ,~o ,Grjton. :Province--South-Eastern. M:erpber~ of Council-Hons. Jas. Balfour, Jps. Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D. Flectoral )istrict--Evelyn. Division - Healesville. Me.ber of Assembly-E. ]..Cameron. }Electoral District-Anglesey. Divisjon Marysville. Member of Assemb.ly-M. K. M'Kenzie.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
Shire of Heale?ville.. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the SCouncil 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. j " CHAS, - . ALEXANDER,- , : Shire fecytear .lr Shire Office. " - Healesville, 5th November 1894. Shire of ealeasville. TENDERS are invited until 10 o'clock a.m. on MONDAY, the 26th NO VEMBER, 1894, for the. undermentioned works, &c.: Coitract No. 3.-Erecting a Bridge over Punch's Gully, Coranderrk. Contract No. 4.-IMetalling three sec tions of formation on the Don Road. Contract No.'5-Alterations, Repairs and Painting at the Council Chambers. A,---Leasing the Cricket and Football Ground for three years, for grazing sheep only. 1B;?- Leasing the south portion of?the! Reserve, lately fenced, for a' similar term, for grazing Cat tie, Horses, and Sheep. Deposits of 5 per cent. must accompany. each tender for works, and a sum equal to six months' rent...
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
Hearlesville Water Trust. Constitwikea 10th January, 1890. Coin prising pfqtion of Healesville Shire. For supplying ,Iealesville township and part of the parish of Gracedale. Population supplied, 7,00. Commissioners-All the members of the Shire Council. E. J. Hall, Chairman. E. H. Cameron, M.L.A., Government nomi nee. Secretary end collector---Chas. H. Alex ander. Engineer--A. Rodgers, C,E. Trea surer-Jno. Cornish. The water rate is 1s. in the £, based :on tl:e municipal valuation of property rated. If by measure, 9d. per 1000 gals.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
WI l.l.ILAM S AUSTRALIAN A 5 " - " e . -- --" .S P-C TTLIC NOTICE_ CAVE HILL BACON FACTORY. E, R OBERTS, GENERAL STOREKEEPER, HEALESVILLE Cr H GOODS FORWARDED BY ..AIL. JOE LEVY, 7 BF COMMISSION AGETT (Member of Victorian Club and Bowe's Tatersadils). Melbournp and Sydney Tatersalls. COMMISPIQNS EXECUTED CAULFIELD AND MELBOURNE CUPS, V.R.C. DERBY, AND CUP. Telegrams Tust be;Reply Paid. No re ply, no business, CLIENTB are particularly requested to observe that on no accoqnt will comi missions receive qttention unless accom panied by cash. Correspondence addressed to' the 'Vc toria Club, Melbourne, or at his" place of business, Turf Clyb Cigar Divar,.163 Elizabeth-street, will receive strict atten tipn by return of post. Correspondence on day of Race should arrive before 11 o'clock. JOE LEVY, Turf and Commission Agent, 1G3 Elizabeth-street, Melboqrne, Near G.P.O. Terms Strictly Cash. The Great 'Specific. St. Jacobs 011 Conquere Pain. The Universal Household Remedy for Pain. A most Mar...
The Stam Duties Act. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 November 1894
The Sta; Duties Act. As the followig scale of duties re quired to be p~d in the shape of stamps, which jhae to be attached to various doculnens and cancelled in ac curdance with ih Stamp Duties ,Act, may prove of use for reference to our readers, we pnblih them in full. The table sets oqt bte several docuiments w;hich come urld" the operation of the Act, and alsqi.tevalue of the stamps required to .bp .tached to each - " BIII. OFEXCHANGE. 'Bill of Exo1munge Eld Promissory Nte- S£ e. d. Where ?lie ainouihtor value of tlhe mluiley for wlhich; bill or sl.te is " draw?p exceeds ?1a0.000. tieq lotr every £50 of thle isuoIuIt r vale, and also for ans Iractjioal ýart of £50 of such anou4st qr value t* 0 1 0 Bill of eixclhatge ,arable api deasti,l, charge qble with samre dlity aa a prontissory note for same aImtoutip (Elbouseed stamps q~ist be used,w~hich may be obtained at al Post Ofllce:. SExe;yrrss.. 1. Draft or qrleri.rawn by any hanker ir Victoria'upon qlly?idler bunlker it Victoria no...
LAWN TENNIS. LILYDALE v. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 November 1894
LA.WN TEiNNiS XILYD4LE V' iEALE8YVIE. A gentlemen's fours inatch has been -arranged to, take place, at Healesville on Wednesday, December 5th, between the above clubs. Practices wrill be Mheld on Mondays and Fridayss at 4 p n:m The ladiesd handicap tournasment will ? .e.commenced shortly. Entries, with :a fee of 6d., may he handed to the hoi, .secretary, Dr. J. C. Baird. SMr. lMoutgomeryj draper, of Heailes-. a ille,' notifies: that' the. dressmaking. rootms in connection with his.establish nment will" he re-opneoPdon iMonday. .iext .inder the'mnanagem'.ent of an= ex iperietced' dreg and m'antle inaker.i from Sydne
HEALESVILLE RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 November 1894
HEALESVILLE RACE CLUB. A largely-attended meeting of morm. hers of the above club was held at Cul len's Hotel on Friday evening last. Mr. W. M'Sweeney being voted to the chair. The minutes of previous meeting were read and contirmed. Mr. Sheehan stated that as he would likely be busy on New Year's Day, he would resign his appointment as one of the stewards to make room for someono who could devote more attention to the duties.-The resignation was accepted, but it wasresolved not to fill the vacancy, as it was considered the remaining seven would be sufficient, . Resignations from the office of vice president were received from Messrs, Quick and Willing,-Received, Mr. Hart, as one of the oanvassing committee, reported that the sum of C19 is. 6d. had been promised up to the present, but expooted more, The secretary said that lists were sent to several outside places, which had not of course been returned yet, After a deal of discussion,and amend" ment upon amendment, the amount of pri...
WANTED TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 November 1894
WANTED TO KINOW. [BY NEPTUNE.] Was that the same boy who threw a stone through Mr. Walker's glass door who " shied" at a parrot in a cage hanging under a verandah ? If so, he is known. Would it not be well for parents to keep their boys under better control ? What is going to happen ? The lion and the bear become friends! Beware, something is in the wind. What would you think of a person, who being offered a valuable present by a friend, refuses the offer and turns rouud with a threat to prosecute him for not keeping the proffered gift clean, although it is not his (the friend's) fault that it is dirty ? Are there any male persons over. the age of 21 whose names are not on the rate payers' lists, and who have not taken out an elector's right? They had better do so before the 1st December;. their vote may be ihanted soon.
STEEL'S CREEK V. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 November 1894
STEEL'S CREEK V. YARBA GLEN. The, aborve match was resumed on Saturday, and according to prediction was not terminated.' Yarra Glen con tinued their innings, and Smith, who played carefully though he gave more than 6ne chance, kept on scoring; in fact, only he and two other batsmen made the runs. When he had reached 37 he was smartly run out by WV. Love lace in trying a second run. The others who scored were Saunders, 7; and Ole ments, 5; the rest failed to score and their innings closed for 54, or 7 in ad vance of the visitors. The Creek then commenced their second innings, andhy careful play and the good batting of F. Lovelace, who lifted Spear three times to the railway fence, they ran up a fair score. When time was called 8 wickets had fallen for 60 runs. F. Lovelace, 35 not out; Fletcher, 8 ; and Edhouse, 6 ; were the principal scorers. The fielding on both sides was fairlygood, though some easy chances were not taken. The following are the scores: YARRA GLR?N.-First Innings. S...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1894. Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 November 1894
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1894. Local & General News. - -------- - A meeting of the local Fire Brigade was held at the brigade station on Tues day evening last. In the_ absence of Captain Phillips, Mr. A. Hart was voted to the chair. After the usual preliminaries, it was resolved to pur chase a bell which had been under offer, the price being 38s., complete with fit tings. The secretary was instructed to write to Mr. Alexander, secretary of the combined clubs entertainments, asking whether it was intended to con tinue the concerts as had been proposed; and if not, that the fire brigade make arrangements for holding an entertain ment on their own account, as funds were much needed. Our Steel's Creek correspondent informs us that a serious accident occurred lastThursday tea miner named Payne. He was being brought to the surface by means of the rope on the windlass, when his foot slipped and he fell a distance of 40ft into about 4ft of water in the well-ho...
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 November 1894
Places of Note. Feinshaw, Black Spur, Stevenson, Falls; %Iathinnia Falls,' Condon, Falls, Mallesodn's ' "ook-out,t:Mount &lt;Juliet, 'Mount?'Riddell] Mount ?Monda, Mount St. Lenoard,, Coran d?errk. aboriginal station, and Don Rivern load. -s
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 November 1894
Victorian Railways. - SEASIDIE AND GIPPSLAND LAEES - ExcuRSIONs. 4. T O give residents in the country an op portunity of visiting the coast at or near Geelong, Queenscli~, Dean's Marsh,. Forrest, Timboon, Portland, Warnantbool,, Port Fairy, Frankston, Hastings, Morning-. ton, Stony Point, Sale, Bairnsdale, Foster, Toorn, Welshpool, Alberton or Port Albert, or the Gippsland Lakes, during the summer months, Sea-side Excursion tickets and corn bined Railway and Steam-boat tickets for the Gippsland Lakes, available for one month, will be issued at a low rate at the principal stations, from 15th November, 1894, till 80th April, 1895. inclusive. The issue of these tickets, will not be afected by any other excursions. For full partiou lars see posters at all stations. Puirchasers of Sea-side tickets to Queensclif'mpy. make Drysdale or Ocean Grove their destination instead, and their tickets will berecognised at the latter stations. The. j??rney may be broken at Melbourne. jo;s three days, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 November 1894
THOS.: BOON'E, r 2EXT COLONIAL BANS: Nicholson Streit.' Ilealesrille. JOB PRINTING AT THE. G?A DIAN? ? OFFICE., THE HEALESVILLE HOTEL. J.iCU LLEN, PROPRIETOR. ' I E PropriDetor respectfully intimates that Visitors and. Tourists .will .find really .'igg1f7 nid domifortable accomnodation.at his old-established hostely.? -. -, te..: .._=- -- . Ales, Wines, and S irits of 4e 3est. ranads. Good Stabling under: the supervision of E. Cullen. Charges moderate. ADVANCE HEALESVILIE ` . f: Weekly Newspaper Piinted and Published at the Office, NICHOLSON STREET,; HEALESVILIIE. THE GUARDIAN Is the ONILY " EWSPA.PE R Printed In the Shire of Healesville Support and Encourage YOUR OWN NEWSPAPER For it is its boundeni duty to ?Support and Advocate Your? Rights? and Interests. IS CIRCULATED IN; Healesville, Yarra -Glen, Lilydale, Warburton, Marysville, Buxton;. Upper Yarra, Launching Place, Eltham, : ...: nd all the: .: " SURROUNDINGE PARISHES. - Th Proprietor wishes to acquaint all Tradesmen and the ...