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Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
,Narbethiong. A pretty postal hamlet situated at the foot of the Elack Spur, on Fisher's Creek, 53 miles east of Melbourne. Rail direct to Iealesville, thence by coach 14" miles. It has a good hotel, and is connected. with Healesville by telephone. Mrs. Williams,, postmistress. Population, 20,.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
INDUSTRIAL ZZIDITION. ST. JOHN'S SCHOOLROOM, FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7. Open from 7to 10 p.m. A LL Exhibits to he handed in to the Parsonage by 5 o'clock on the even ing of the 7th. Admission, 6!. Songs and Music during the Evening.. ARE YOU AFFLICTED with DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, ACHING LIMBS, or LIVER COMPLAINT ? If so, safe remedies are within your reach at a nominal cost.. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETOKER'S PILLS have never yet failed to cure the worst cases.. General debility, nervousness, weakness, and general complaints of the digestive and nervous systems are promptly cured by these reliable remedies. They. are prepared by scientific processes, and are not merely mechanical mixtures made only to ' gull the public." The renown CLE MENTS. TONIC. and FLETCHER'S PILLS have won in Australasia is proof of the fact that, they. stand pre-eminent for their special classes of diseases.: No remedies ever sold gave such entire satisfaction to their patrons, and ev...
HEALESVILLE UNITED SUNDAY SCHOOLS PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
HEALESVILLE UNITED .SUN DAY SCHOOLS PICNIC. ?ljove?y.daY0 al bodeg a'iflewar , faored- thie.largeassem age aofi-ilren attending the local Sunday Schools on the occasion of their annual picnic on Friday last. The children were early astir in their holiday attire, and. with light and merry hearts in prospect of a real good outing. .After a short ser vice in St. John's Church the children, together with a great number of their teachers and parents, assembled. at the Post Office corner to await the arrival of the conveyances which were to take them to the scene of the merry festivi ties on -Mr. Jno. Dennis'. beautiful Yarra Grange estate, generously, placed at the disposal of the committee for the purpose. Messrs. Simmons. and M. Sheehan, each with one of Cobb and Co's. largest coaches, soon drove .up, and in an incredibly short time were literally crammed inside and. outside. Shortly afterwards the conveyances of Messrs. Burt and Coles, Newman, Cor nish, Christensen, and Mrs. Daly's wa...
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of the writer (not necessarily for publication), will be freely inserted in this column, on the understanding that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents. We also hold the right of making any elimination we may see fit, especially when a nome-deplume is affixed. (To the Editor of the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of the writer (not necessarily for publication), will be freely inserted in this column, on the understanding that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents. We. also hold the right of making any elimination we may see fit, especially when a nome-de plume is affixed. (To the Editor of the Guardian.) Sir,-I take this, my earliest opportunity of calling your attention, and also the notice of the readers of your newspaper to one incident which occurred at yesterday's council meeting. Immediately after the adjournment, when the council were en *gaged at the ordinary, business, I moved that " tenders for 1-2 chains of metnallin on the Marysville to Buxton road be called for." This was seconded, and we were discunsing it. as it was before the chair, when Cr. Nichols entered, every other member of the council being in his own seat. He objected I ...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1894. Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
~UBLISHED FRIDAY .OIRNINGS.. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1894. Local & General News. A neeting of the trustees of the local cemetery was held in Mr. Cornish's office on Tuesday evening last.. The secretary reported that last winter he had received 80 ornamental trees from the State nursery, also 30 well grown young trees from Mr. Jas. Banks. -Be had all the trees received from Mr. Banks, and about 50 of those from the nursery planted out in permanent posi tions, the remainder being small were planted in a nursery bed for future planting out. With the exception of two the trees are doing well, and with a little attention will, in a very few years, add greatly to the beauty of the cemetery. The paths are nowover grown with weeds, and require attend ing to at once, also the grans over the whole of the cemetery. The secretary was instructed to put on a man to clean up the paths, and to dispose of thegrass, if possible, in a way that would not en tail any expense on the funds. The secre...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
Trivate Board and4 Residence. THOS. BOONE N OTIFIES that lie has removed to a coummodious residence in Symons Street, and will be prepared to accomiodate boarders in quiet homely comfort. Visitors to Healesville can also make a houne here 4( during their stay, as furnished apartnents b, can be providedl; and visitors are assured of quietness, comfort, and kindly and homely attention. Charges Really Moderate HEALESVILLE soft ail jaatinery WAEE0HOUSE, XNrcuoLsoN STREET, HIALESVILLE (Next Post Office). |. |g. |||atthc^ 7 STATIONER, Eaberdasher and Tobaqgniat, Just Come and See 'Or rge Stock Cbritstmas C5arbs ! XMAS CARDS XMAS CARDS In Great XMAS OARDS Y A RIE TY,. I XMAS. QARDS) AND hristop prehq.i1t PRESENTS m PESETSESNTS PRESENTS &lt; -j.PRESENTS PRESENTS - : VIlESENTS. PRESENTS) X (PRESENTS Also just received a Large. Stock of, Mechanical Toys-a great variety. Dolls! Dolls ! Dolls !. Silver-mounted, Briar, . Meerriatui Pipes! Cigar Holderc-COases.! Purses, Writing Desks, Pho...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
TaIE llEALESVILLE .SIIIE DJIRECTORY. ,Countie-Anglesey and Evelyn. - Earishes-Buxton,Glenwatts; Narbethong Stevensons, and part of Gracedale aud ,Granton. iProvince-South-Eastern. Mdembors of Council-Hons. Jas. Balfour, Jas. Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D. electoral District-Evelyn. Division Healesville. Member of Assembly--E. H. Cameron. Electoral District-Anglesey. 1Division Marysville. Member of Assembly-M. K. i'Kenzie.
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
JIealcsville shirc. Constituted .a shire, 30th September, 1887. Area-200 square miles.. Popula lion, 1225; ratepayers on roll, 292. An nual value, £12,602 ; rate, Is. in £. Re venue, £2,900. President-Edmund J JHall. -Councillors. Edmund J. Hall ... Retires, Aug., 1895 Thos. Clements; .'.',, ,, 1895 John Green ... .. ,, ,, 1895 John Holland... ... ,, ,, 1896 Jolin M. Keppel - .... ,, ,, 1896 Edward Nichols ... ,. ., 1896 *Stewart Biose ...,, ,,. 1897 'Thos. Barton .: ..- , ,. 1897 John li'Gretton" ... , ,, 1897 The Counccil mcets at Daly's Hall on the -last Monday-in the mooth. . Offiers, Secretary, collector, yaler, and inspector of nuisances-Clia.s. H" Alexander, Engineer-Alex. Rodgers, Q.E. Health odider-J. 'o Baird, MA..B..S Treasurer-Jno Ooi nish. Dog registrara --Joseph aall, Heales s-ille .; Henry Robinson, Maryeville.
The Stamp Duties Act. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
The Stamp Duties Act. As the following scale of duties re quired to be paid in the shape of stamps, which have to be attached to various documents and cancelled in ac curdance with the Stamp Duties Act, may prove of use for reference to our readers, we publish them in full. The table sets out the several documents which come under the operation of the Act, and also the value of the stamps required to be attached to each:- BILL OF EXCHANGE. Bill or Exch.snge and 'Crunlissory Note- 4 R. a Where the amount or value of the lsoney for witiuh a bill or note is drawn exceeds #;10.000, then for every £50 of the anUount or value, and. also for'any-fractional part of £50 of such amount or value .. O 1 0 Bill of exchange payable on demand charge able with saIme duty as a promissory note for samle amounst. (Ezmbossed stamps must be used,which may be obtained at all Post Of~lces.) EXEMPTIONs. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker it Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payable to bpare...
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
H?ealesviilc watcr Trust. Ccostitntel 10th January, 1890. Com prising portion of Healesville Shire. For supplying Healesville township and part of the parish of Gracedale. Population supplied, 700. Commissioners--All the members of the Shire Council. E. J. Hall, Chairminan.. E. UI. Cameron, M.L.A., Government nomi nee. Secretairy .nd collector--Chas. H. Alex ander. Engineer-A. Rodgers, C.E. Trea- surer-Jno. Cornish. The water rate is is. in the £, based on the municipal vnaluation of property rated. If by measure, 9d. per 1000 gals.
A CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
A CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME. e 1 By Mits. D. F. LuIE. I (Continued.) a Day succeeded day, and this Novem- I ber brought lovely weather, Tie cool I sea-breeze tempered any little heat there Wsuight be, and Le Strange unade excuse after excuse for protratiug his visit. He saw little of Heritage lately, and t somehow he and Mrs. Heritage were thrown mnuclk together., They rode, drove, wal1ked, or boated: every day, sometimes accompanied by Miss. De Tondkyns, but more.often alone. Heri tage seemed quite content, and in fact was seldo n at home. Bnarbara grew pale and wistful look ig, .and many times Bridget shook her head as she watched her. She contrived to see and hear much. of what was going on despite her numerous duties. One day Miss Verchoylo called. W?hen Barbara walked into thedrawing room she was for a moment startled. It was for a second as though she were looking at a reflection of herself, and there was an expression as of amaze ment on Miss Verehoyle's face, The interview was in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
WI-LL! AM.S " AUSTRALIAN A" - T O - - tE 1 . 3* 1 1 " S -. E. GOOD POBERTD Y L. GENERAL STOREKEEPER, HEALESV1LLE, I Goons FORWARDED BY RAIL. JOE LEVY, TURF COMMISSION AGENT (Member of Victorian Club and Bowe's Tatersalls). Melbourne and Sydney Tatersalls. COMMISSIONS EXECUTED CAULFIELD AND MELBOURNE V.R.C. DERBY, AND CUP. Telegrams must be Reply Paid. No re ply, no business. C LIENTS are particularly requested to observe that on no account will corn missions receive attention unless accom panied by cash. Correspondence addressed to the Vic toria Club, Melbourne, or- at his place of business, Turf Club Cigar Divan, 163 Elizabeth-street, will receive strict atten tion by return of post. Correspondence on day of Race should arrive before 11 o'clock. JOE LEVY, Tart and Commission Agent, 163 Elizabeth-street Melbourne; Near G.P.O.: Terms Strictly' Cash. The Great Specific. St. Jacobe 0il Conquers Pain., The Universal Household Remedy for Pain. A most MarvwellQv Health Restorer. The World...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 November 1894
THT I4TIA4ESVILLE SHIRE m :,.COUNCIL. . MIONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 184. Present: Cr. E. J. Hatil ?Eeqdt), and Ors. Nichols, M'Grettn, Clenaents, Keppel, Barton, Holland, Green, and Sloss. Also, Mr. C. H. Alexander (Reet. ryS e ad ?r.. A. pclda (en-' t gineer). o T~he. minutes of special and orflinarr weetings w . read; also, those of the annual and special meetinxgs with re Bard to're-valuations. The minutes as a w~hpl weae confirmed o,n the motiq.q of Crs.' Green and Keppel. The outward correspondencg was read'and approved on motioq po Crs. . reen anc4 K. ppel. CORRESPONDENCE: From Shire of Morwell, stating that at a conference of Gippsland shires the following resolutions were carried, and which were forwarded for this councilss opinion thereon with a view toco- I operation :--. 1 "That in the opinion of this con ference it is ~lesirablp that ~nited action be'taken by the fifth and sixth r class shires;: with a view to getting something definite settled with regard - to. the future Gov...
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
UHALESVILLE WATER TRUST. The adjourned business of.the ordi nary meeting was dealt with on Mon. day'evening last, all the town members being present. The minutes of the previous ordinary meeting were read, and confirmed on the motion of Coms. Green and MI'Gretton. CORRESPONDENGE, The secretary said he had made application several times to the Tennis and Bowling Clubs for water rates due for the past three years. He found a minute in the book to the effect thati these clubs should jointly pay £1 per annum. He wrote to Dr. Baird for the payment of £3 arrears, and received the following reply :-" Your letter re questing payment of rates and arrears from the Tennis Club is the first inti nation, with the exception of your verbal request some time ago, the club, has had of its liability. Will you in form me of the date and terms of agree-. mient mentioned ; for while the clubs involved are not inclined to repudiate their responsibilities, the fact that the supply was mainly for publio pu...
BAZAAR IN AID OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
BAZAAR IN AID OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. For several months past active pre parations have been proceeding by the ladies' committee and also by numerous assistants of all classes for the bazaar which opened on.friday afternoon last, and it affords usamucli gratification to note that their untiring efforts have been crownedtith that success which their perseverance and the noble object in view fully merited. The funds of the church were found to be languish ing, and several of the lady members of the congregation unhesitating under took the good work of endeavoring to replenish the exchequer, and with such substantial success that a sum of close upon £32 has been realised as the fruits of their labor. On the Thursday afternoon previous to the opening of the bazaar, which was held in Mrs. Daly's Hall (that lady generously granting the use of the building at a greatly reduced rent) the stall-holders, with the valuable assist ance of. Messrs. H. Lindupp, Clements, Hart, Hook, sen. and ...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
LAWN TENNIS. A very enjoyable game was played on the looal.court on Wednesday after noon, when a team of four gentlemen arrived by the afternoon train from Lilydale to try conclusions with a like number of the Healesville players. As will be seen by the accompanying scores, Healesville appropriated the laurels !-Dr. Baird and Mr. Balzary won from Messrs. Hutton and Jones, 6-1, 3-6, 6--2; and from Dr. Norris and Mr. D. Kay, 6-2, 6-1, 6-2. Mr..George and the Rev. Mr. Gibbs lost to Messrs. Hutton and Jones, 5-6, 3-6, 3-6, and to Dr. Norris and Mr. Kay, 2-6, 3-6, 6-0. The final results were :-Healesville, 2 rubbers, 6 sets, 55 games; Lilydale, 2 rubbers, 6 sets. 44 games. The ladies also spent a very pleasant afternoon on the croquet green, when a competition took place between the local players and their visiting friends from Lilydale, the latter carrying off the honors in this department.
PUBLIC MEETING AT HEALESVILLE. THE LAND TAX PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
PUBLIC MEETING AT HEALES VILLE, THE LAND rAX PROPOSALS. A well-attended meeting, convened by the President- of the Shire (Mr. E. J. Hall); in accordance with the reso lution passedat a special meeting of the Council on Monday, was held in Mrs, Daly's Hall on Wednesday even- z ing last. The President occupied the 4 chair, and briefly introduced the sub- 1 ject for which the meeting was called. Cr. Clements asked that the circular received from the Shire of Alexandra on the matter should be read, as it affected every person in the colony as well as the ratepayers of the shire. Mr. Alexander, shire secretary, there upon read the circular, which is re ferred to in our report of the Council meeting. Cr. Clements, in opening the dis cussion, said he would like to have heard the views of some of the gentle men who supported the motion at the Council table in favor of calling the meeting before he spoke; but in order to begin proceedings, he would move That this meeting is fully in accord w...