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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 February 1900
HEALESVILLE 2. HOTEL, N10 H OLSON.STREET. THOS. BOONE, PROPRIETOR. Goo& Accommodation. Moderate Tariff. Only the Best Wrines and Spirits kept. VISITORS can rely on ngetting GOOD ACCOMMODATION. MEALS--ONE SHILLING.. T.B., whilst thanking his patrons for past favors, hopei by civility .and strict attention to. business:1!to merit a continuance. .. of: their patronage. , . YARRA FLATS HOTEL. S® iRI ý'PROPR=ETxo.. GOOD ACCOMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS, CYCLISTS AND - * TOURISTS. Good Shooting and Fishing, in Season: Horses and Traps to hire at Ioderate Rates. - - Best Wines, Ales; and Spiritsa: .Kept in Stock. PROPRIETOR, YARRA GLEN ROAD. W. H. IOOPER, PRACTICAL TAILOR, MAIN - ST., LILYDA LE. A GOOD SUIT MADE TO ORDER FOR 42 15s. _., TROUSERS FROM 12. 6d. Large assortment .of AUTIITN AnD -•WINTER GOODS . 'o choose.from. Trial Solicitod. I Healesville visited, every month. Orders may be left with Mn. W. J. HARLEY LOST MANHOOD Nereoun Debility, Ac , from youthful folly, excesses or acy...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1600. FEDERAL NOMENCLATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 February 1900
Uplt '91tarIriiln. PUBLISIIED FRIDAY MORWLNGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1600. FEDERAL NOMIENCLATURE. Now that the parliamentary session has ended, Ministers will have leisure in which to prepare their measures for the coming Federal session. The prin cipal item of business will be the Bill to divide Victoria into constituencies for the Federal House of Representa tives. About 20 members will repre sent this State in that Chanber, and Mr. Topp, the Under-Secretary, is pre paring a scheme for dividing Victoria into 20 electorates. He is proceeding upon the basis of seven metropolitan and 13 country districts, which is the present proportion between city and country in the Victorian Legislative Assembly. But why that proportion should be maintained in the Federal House we fail to see. The country should have a larger representation as a fair thing. However, it is not so much the purpose of this article to dis cuss this matter, as to deal with another phase of the question. These new consti...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 February 1900
CY'CLE-NG NOTEI.G 'Th. T' . .iles Ci rniipinnsirlp o A;ustra sia was run last week in Sydi hey at. the acetyl ene "a-r ineeting, and re-silted in another wir to the credit' of the Dunlop crack, R 11. II. Walne; who won after a desperate finish by a lengtli fiom nS. Gordon and G. Morgan: Only two Australian Char:pionshipd have bIet run so far this seasol, W.i Martin capturing the Mile and Walnd tlhe al;ve event. The Five Mriled event wvill he decided in Adelaide orl the 31st of Mardi, and should prove Ai good thing for Walte, who is now' riding better than lie has ever ridden in his life, as evidenlced by his riding in Sydneriy whiere h heat by ten lengths sitting up, in the three miles scratch race; the bbs! iclders Autttralid can pro= duce. " Darky" Gordon pit up a fine per; formiance in Sydney by riding a half utile from scratch in the conipetitioti record time of 57 seconds. E. Hale (England) is still i going strong" in his attempt at riding 100 miles a day for twelve months, Sti...
DAME RUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 February 1900
DAME RiUf.OR. -- ":0:-- We have received the following, with i request for publication:- Dame Rumor on a T.arsday night, Went 6uit for a lono walk-. And as she smilin, came in sight; She had a little talk. She talked on this, she talked on' that, On everything untrue, And whispered that it is a fact, That thorns on pansies grew. A man and maid walked slowly hy, Miss Mischief srtanring near Damne Ruimor looked lip with a sigh They're going to wed that's clear. She talked on this, she talked on thii:t, On everything that's now, And enthly whispered. 'lis a f..t That thunder's made of glue. So on she went. for time she claim.dil More work she had to d ; She met a friend hb Maliciit:s named, And business itritghter crew. She talked on il is. she talked on rhat, On married people too. And loudly whispered, 'thi a fact They do dot love too true. And on she went into a church, And sat down in a pew ; Miss Jeanltuts camr saiiting near, And said ihowl kind of vnn. She talked on this, she tal...
CRICKET. KNOX TROPHY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 February 1900
CRICKET. -------- - KNOX TROPHY COMPETITION. (By. a Correspdndent.) 'the comipetitidn aaiiong district cldl, for the above troply~ terrtinated d?b Saturday, 10th inut;, when Upper Yarra and Steel's Creek iuiet at Launch ing Place to play off the filial match, Both iClubs had sustairied a dlefeat dur ing the season, the formei- hdi-ing been beaten by Heales'ille; and tlid' hitter by Upper Yarra. Owing, however, to the Heales'ille And Seville cldbs fail ing td riegillarly fulfil their etigage ments; the cd~iipetitiii was tobt6ed of much of its interest; Steel's Creek being the most fortunate in securing forfeited matches. Much speculation was iiidulged iri as to the dltiinate viiiiiers; and consequently a good at tendante was pireserit to ~ituiess the ganie. The scoring was slow, a fict io doubt attributable to nervordihess oh the part if somie of the players,- and only one indingi 'as playbd by each side. The scores were hs follow UPPER YAiRA., Joe Goodson; c Hunt; bh A.. if1ibbGrd::...
FATHER COSTELLO ON THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 February 1900
FATHER COSTELLO OON THE WAR. An enthusiastic public meeting to raise subscriptions for the !atriotic ,Fund .was held at Charlton recently.i The chief resolution.?,4is moved by.the flev. atlier bSoeillii, who said :-It 1 was absurd to suppose that :the;Trans _ Vaal; which a few year~ ago' hd but a' revenue of £180,000 per annum, could "equip and maintain such a vast army c as she has .in the field, and proeidc j ,them with -guns and artillery of the t latest pattern, worked. by experienced v and trained men-probably veterans of a the Franco-German, war. Tliese men. had evidently (or so it iseeified to him) ' been imported and sent into Africa, with the idea of making Great Britain I exhaust codiitless thousands of. her tneasure in reducing these Boers, who J we'ire sirm;ly being used as catspaws by s the diplomatists of Europe. (.Applause.) No one supposed that the Iloers were atle to lay out trenches and plan forti i6ations in the way they were doing, and the Boers were not the men ...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 February 1900
GENERAL NE WS. The sidbsbriptions to the " Heales ville Gudrdian " list in conhection with the Empire Patriotic Fund will be published next issue. The voluntary contributions in hand at present amount to £7 is. 6d., and as there are several lists yet out this amount ought to be increased somewhat. The bodling miatches oii the local green for the rink and handicap trophies are drawing to a close, and interest and speculation as to the ultimate winners is rife among the members. There are only two matches to be played for the rink competition, No. 2 team having to meet both Nos. I and 3 teams, and to prevent a play off against No. 3 team must win both games or lose them. To-morrow after noon No. 2 and 3 teams compete, and the following week the former iheet No. 1, which concludes the competi tion. In the handicap tournament, out of the six competitors three are on even terms (Messrs. Harley, Wilson, and Bull), with one defeat each out of three games, and Dr. Baird and Mr. Alexander ar...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
Courts of retty Sessions. t ntirts w-il he belt dtiring the year 1100 bf tei idreriiertuien j d piaces, at the 1leu is, end on the dailtes hereinafter respectively set nut, viz Name of Court. Hour. Jan. Feb. March. April. May. June. July. Aug.. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. A.M. Ieidelberg ... 10 15olt 5, 1901t - , 19 2, 1'0 7, 211f 4, 18"1 2, 100t 6, 20.rt 3, 170.1- 1, 15°t 5, Io°if 17 Autlerson's Creek 11 80 120 120 90 140 110 90 130 10°0 o 120 3 Eltham ... ... 11 91" 1 13 100 4 12 100 40 110 90 13° 11 Yara Glen ... 9.30 17 280 14 11 G 9 4 1, 29 20 2.1 21 12 P.M. fleldesville ... 2.30 180 15° 150 120 10° 70 io 20, 300 270 250 220 13 A. If. L.ilydle ........ 0.30 5, 1 o , 2 ,, 2,, 2, 90 f -, 40"-, Tl, lt",8,15, 0, 13. 3. 10, 17. 7, 14, 5. 12. 2. 1006 . 7. 14, 19, 20 1, 23 16,23,30 20, 27 18,25 22, 29t0 20, 270f 240t, 31 210t, 28 190t, 2t 23, 30 21, 28. IFerntree Gully ... 9 23 o 27 27* 94" 290 260 240 280 25" 23° 070 18 Queenetown ... 11 22 50 20 23 28 25. 23 27 24 22 2 10 * Police M'agistra...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
CYCLING NOTES. G. Sutherland's challenge to E. Reynoldt has been allowed by the New Zealand League, so that Sutherland will proceed at once to New Zealand to ride a series of test races with R1ey nolls, to decide which rider represents Maoriland at the International World's Championship Meetingi td. be held at Paris next Augrst. Sutherland's present form is good, as in Sydney last week lhe won a mile handicap from scratch in the fast time of 2 mins. 1/5 secs., beating R. Walne by 15 yards. If Sutherland can only reproduce this form upon his. rctuirn to New Zealand, Reynolds, who has lately " scooped the pool" in the N.Z. Chanm pionships, will have to ride exceptionally well if he wants to go to Paris next winter: The Sydney League have struck a "good thing " in their acetylene night meetings on the Sydney Cricket Ground,. the two :night.s' .racing last week being well attended, and resulting in a substan tial profit. A further programme hlas now been issued for the 5th, 7th, and 12t...
"HE WAS A BOER." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
" HE WAS A BOER. " An eccentric icdividual named Pat rick Learhinari, 318 years of age, was taken into custody by Constable Hock ing on Tuesday evening last. The man, who was walking about in a nude condition midway between here and Lilydale, was observed to be peculiar in his actions, and information to that effect was conveyed to Constable i-lock ing, of Healesville, who proceeded to the spot and there found the man, who had divested himself of his clothing. When asked what he had done with his clothes, L?earhinan, replied that he " had hid them from the British," and that he was " fighting for the Boers." Having no sympathy with the latter in their present struggle, the Queen's officer marched the ' Doer' off as a pri soner, and after providing him with a suit of clothes, escorted him the follow ing day to the Melbourne gaol hospi tal, where he will remain under treat ment till next Thursday, when he will be brought up at the local police court.
BILIOUSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
A mnore c'niiii:int or annoying comni ?liaint than Biliousi.rss it. is hard to find. It prnhibits the sutffrer from doing work of any kind, holding it con versa.ion, or even resting qait:tly ; not only this, but the nausnea is ilost. dis ngre:ahle, and the taste and breath are 'xe t.edintigly olfi:nsive. It. is an ail mennt caused by a surcha:rge of hil. hbe comning stagnant in the stomach, and is generally accomip:tniied by ludigestion and Constipation, vomiting, and a yellow iappearance of the complcxion. Dizziness and violent headaches are usual symptoms. The bile is the nxatural purgative of the body, and is secreted by- the liver ; if it fails to flow in its usual channels, or to perform its usual duties, the liver is responsible. A remedy should be applied at once that will act in an eticieent manner, and the remedy to take is BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESs, which are con pounded expressly for aillnells of this sort. They are so prepared that they act directly on the liver, helpin...
THE SAME PERFESSHUN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
THE ANAE PSERFMIUN. A barrister pýisaiilt through Chani cery lane was accosted by a beggar. " Spare a copper for a poor feller, sir T' whined the mendicant. " Get out of the way. Don't you know I could give you in charge for begging T' replied the man of law. " All right, guv'nor ; don't cut up so rusty ; I'm only in the same perfesshunt as yerself. We both get our livin' by pleadin'," was the unexpected reply.
COMFORTS FOR OUR WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
COMIFORTS, FOR OUR? WOIUNIlVED. The meeting of ladies convened by Mrs. Matthews (wife of the President of the Shire) for Wednesday afternoon last, in the Shire Hall, for the purpose of providing, in a practical manner, surgical comforts and necessaries for " our wounded soldiers" in South Africa, was well attended, close upon 40 ladies putting in an appearance. Sewing machines and heaps of material had been placed in the hall, and .the proceedings were opened by Mr. Mat. thews, who, in a short speech, referred to the object of their being called together, gave a few suggestions as to carrying on the work, and set a goon example by donating one guinea to tni fund. Mrs. Matthews had made good. use of her time, a',d hid waiting a pile of work cut out ready for any one anxious to help, and soon the building pre ented the. appearance of a clothing factory. During the afternoon teW was provided by Mrs. Matthews, and. was much appreciated.. The followingc office-bearers were elected-Presid...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
EXTRACrs FROM GanME A.cD FISinEr.iEseACrs. 54 Vict. No. 1095, clause 6.-Wilfully 'le atroying; netting, or using other meaiig'flti killing or taking imported game at any time: Penalty-£2 and value of bird or animal (%ce schedule belo~i). Clause 6,-Do.' do. native ~game ddrtin close season. 1Peualty-£2 in additidn'to be for each bird or animal. Claio, 7.-Buying, selling, or knowingly :savi"g iin ossession,house, or control, any i:ported gaine or native game during close season. Penalty-Imported game, £5 and luo of bird or auimnal native game Clause S.-Taking eggs out of or destroy :ng neat if imported or native game, or had ing eggs in possession. Penalty-lOs. each Clause II.-Laying poison, for or poison ing game. Penalty-£10 and. value of bird or animal destroyed or irnjured 51 Vict. No. 1093, i clause' 35.-Taking, -elling, orexposing for sale an,. fislh during :ose sie?soii : a.sudt? fish: Ienaity Not ivhin £20i ainbrfaitnre of dab.
HANDICAP TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
HANDICAP TROPHY. Messrs. Baird (scratch) and Aler~ ander (3) played their match .in the third round for the above trophy on Tuesday afternoon last. The game re sulted in an easy win for the doctor by 17 points. Scores-Baird, 31; Alex ander, 14. On Wednesday afternoon, Messrs. G. Wilson (6) and Bull (7) competed in the fourth round for the above trophy. The game was evenly conf tested throughout, but Wilson proved too good for his opponent, winning by three points. Scores-Wilson, 31 Bull, 28. The position of players to date are as follows : Player. Played. Lost. Won, Wilson 4 1 3 Harley 3 1 2 Baird 3 1 2 Bull 4 2 2 Alexander 3 2 1 Tevlin 3 3 0
BRIEF MENTION. WADONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
BRIEF MIENTION. WADONGA. Two Wadonga ladies have recently had occasion to feel very pleased with themselves as the result of what they looked upon quite as an experiment. The ladies are Mrs. E. Pratt and her daughter, both well known and very popular here. In a letter written by Mrs. Pratt she says:-" 1 am now pleased to tell you that an experiment which I tried with my daughter has proved quite a success. You will remember that some time ago she became tired even in the mornings and could not sleep well. She was also afflicted with headaches, weakness, and lassitude; her face was pale and her lips colorless. She was undoubtediy a victim to anmmia, which became so bad as to cause irregularity. We tried Dr. Williams' pink pills purely as an experiment, and they proved most etlicacious. She took three boxes altogether, and is in perfect health, has bright eyes, a healthy rosy face, red lips, and an animation she did not possess before. Soon after commencing the pills regu larity was r...
STATE SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
STATE SCOHOOL CONCERT. The interior of Daly's Hall pre sented quite an animated appearance on Friday evening last, when the above function was celebrated under auspices distinctly successful. Long before the hour of commencement, the building was comfortably filled with an audience of smiling countenances; the occasion, so dear to the juvenile mind, affording an opportunity. for enjoyment which was gladly availed of. Fond parents were present in galore to listen to the efforts of their children who, it must be admitted, acquitted themselves in a manner which gained the apprecia tion of .the audience. The scholars appeared to have undergone a thorough and systematic course of tuition little cause for complaint was there in the rendition of their various items, and the excellence of the entertain mieent speaks highly of the instruction imparted to the children by the head teacher (Mr. J. J. George) and his as sistants, Misses Davies and Eyles. It would be well, however, on any future ...
THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, 8TH MARCH. PINES HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
THIRD DAY, THURSDAY, 8TH MIARCII. PINES HURDLE RACE. Altairs ... ... ... 1 Chartreuse ... ... 2 Loch Fad or Kingdom ... 3 ELMS HANDICAP. Seven furlongs, for 2 and 3 year olds. Borromeo ... ... 1 Sequence ... ... 2 Saraswati or Songbird ... 3 AUTUMIN HANDICAP. One mile and five furlongs. Argyle .... ...... Relic ... ... ... 2 War God or Royal Purple 3 CHAM?PIO STAKES. Three miles. Weight for Age. Merriwee ... ... 1 Parthian... ... ... 2 Scorn or Boladil ... 3 NURSERY HANDICAP. Seven furlongs. Hoopiron ... ... 1 Rumour ... ... ... 2 Kenley or Merry Man ... 3 RIVER HIANDICAP, one mile and a quarter.-Amourette, 1 ; Eiridsdale, 2 ; Carbineer or Conquest, 3. Saturday, 10th March, winds up the programme, and my choice for the principal race, the Steeplechase, is Babel ......... ... 1 Euro ... ... ... 2 Bush Lad or Chelsea ... 3
EMPIRE PATRIOTIC FUND. "GUARDIAN" LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
EMPIRE PATRIOTIC FUND. "GUARDIAN" LIST. We beg to acknowledge the receipt of the following donations towards the above fund,.in response to the collect ing cards sent out from this office, which amopnt will be forwarded to t*he Miyor of Melbourne, the hon. treasurer of the Empire Patriotic Fund : Dr. Baird ......... ... £1 1 0 Per G. Cummings, Grace dale House Marion Sadler £0 2 6 'Miss A. Kelly 0 3 0 Lettie Kahle 0 2 6 .Annie Paulsen 0 2 .6 tugene Owen 0 2 6 Jack Cummings 0 2 6 Jim Cummings 0 2 6 ..Geo. Cummings 0 .2 6 Maggie Barrett 0 2 ,6 ,F.E.A. ... 0 2 6 Sara.Clayton 0 2 6 'T. Evans ... 0 *2 6 Sympathiser... 0 2 6 ,.E..Paulsen ... 0 2 6 M. Cummings 0 2 6 ;-. - 1 18 0 Per Thos. Barton, Marys ville Thos. Barton £0 10 0 0. Ruthberg 0 5 0 A. Sparke ... 0 5 0 -A. Walker ..0. 5 0 .John Hodson 0 5 0 D. C. Sparke 0. 5 .0 1 15 0 Per R. H. Bull, "Guardian" Office .NM. Wade ... £0 10 0 :P. A. Burt ... 0 5 0 R. H. Bull ... 0 3 0 "W. Blanksby 0 2 6 Mrs. Sumner 0 2 6 A. J. M'Rao 0 2 6 . J, a...
BOWLING. PRESIDENT'S RINK TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
BOWLING. PRESIDENT'S RINK TROPHY. On Saturday last, No's. 2and 3 teams competed for the above trophy. On account of ill-health, Mr. T. G. Chand ler could; not play with his team, (No. 3), and .Mr...Tevlin played as a sub. in his stead. , The game was very even until the 19th end, neither team secur ing any decided advantage, therq being only a difference of one.point in the totals. From this out No., 2. teare had the best of the scoring, and won by 8 points. Scores No. 2 Team. Messrs. Bull, G. Wilson, George, : and J. J. Wilson (capt.)... ... 28 No. 3 Team. Messrs. Tevlin (sub.), Thomas, Harley, and Shaw (capt.)...; ... 20 By their defeat of No. 3 team on Saturday, No. 2 team had yet to beat No. 1 before securing the trophy. On Wednesday afternoon the final match was played, No.'s 1 and 2 teams com peting. The game was evenly con tested until the 17th end, and from this out No. 2 established a good lead, and won by 13 points, thus winning the trophy. Scores No. 2 Team. Messrs. Bull,...