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Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
TLaw' Reiating'to-Newspapers. "-,li Sabscrilbersw lio do not give 'expr?ss nnbtice to the contrariyiare dconsidered' ai" wishing toontirfue; theiirsubscription : .t2.If.subscribers order the' discontinu anceoftpof 'ieir periodicals, the putilisher tnay continue to send them. until arrears are pnaid 3' If subscribers refuse "or- neglect to take periodicals from the office to' wviicli they are directed;:they are held responsible until they have settled their, bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4: If subscribers move to other ,places without informing publishers, end. the papers are sent to their former directioin the subscribers are resporisible. 5. The couirts have decided that "re fusing to take periodicals -from. the office or tmoving or leaving them unealled for is ri nm faecie evidunce ofLhntentional B. If&lt;subsicrbers pay in , advance periodicals, they a;e bound' tto give notic. to the publisher, at the end of the tirne; that .they do not wish to co...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
(WOTJCE TO VISITORS AND ,? t':. TOURISTS. PlIacc-'tiF. interest to visit in ?he dia. e ;'thn -ho fa isfithd6 J' 'Place D ince.: nea= ::Miles. yIMIrysville .:. ' . 23 " - .Narbethon'g. 14. ; 4. "Mallinson's Lool-u ?u .. Tuondon's Gully: . 4 Meyers Creek 'hud Faiils.. : 5 *iBadger Riveir' ...i '..: A4i" Bla"cLs Spur& EtEta's Glen `10 :Coranderrk Blacks Station -13 3M MtTRiddlell . ... 2 Gkacebudn Creek... Craceburn Weir... watts Rier': . ~iatts'Weir 5
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
ealiesvilne Posta and ''elegraph PotPdtfliceopen from 9 a.m.n to b p.m. Teleg-aplhi oliice'op'en rrom ý8.30 a.m.n to 8 p:inOE Posto fficesaving3, bank openri from 10 a:m: to 3 p.m.;. Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon:.. Mails close for- - Melbourneo ) 10.30 a.m. . - and and Daily.' liter.midiate 7.15 p.m. `"and '- 9. 30 amh Daily. Narbethung. ' M adils arrive from-- . ' Melbourne, &e., 0.40 a.in. 2. 0 p.m .,and? 7.30 p.m..Daily,. 1, i yr ,? v?ll° . uiiod1 7 Duily. iNmrbothogp
AUTUMNAL ANTICIPATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
AUTUNINAL ANTICIP.'TIONS. h B? " STERLING." The delightful season which we are experiencing has brought its period of m leisure to pastoralists and farmers, and after the heavy toil of shearing and harvest, recrea.tion is welcome indeed, and a trip to town in the autum:n en all.e's pleasure and profit to be com lhined, for while prices are at the lowest supplies can be laid in, and the V\ictoria Racing Club holds one of its great meetings at a time when weather and leisure alike contribute to human enjoyment. This season the racing promises to Ie more than ordinarily interesting, and the meeting of the crack three-year-olds of Victoria, New South Wales, and distant New Zea land will be watched with the keenest interest. FIRST DAY, SATURDAY, 3RD MARCH. HOPEFUL STAKES. Five furlongs. I place Old Salt ... ... ... 1 Kinglike ... ... 2 Malton or Ore ... ... 3 ST. LEGEF. SSAKES, a mile and three quarters, tests the stamina of our cracks, who should finish Merriwee ... ... 1 Parthian ... ....
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
IHEALESVILLF. SHIRE CorINCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of I the above was held in the Shire Hall I on Monday last. Present : Or. 1 Matthews (president), and Ors. Barton, Burt, Bailey, Keppel, and Sloss.-The minutes of the previous meeting were I read and confirmed on motion of Ors. I Keppel and Sloss. c S CORRESPONDENCE. . r From Board of Health, forwarding t two printed copies of minutes.-Re ceived. .. a From Board of Health, forwarding circular on tuberculosis, and asking what action the council proposes to take c to reduce the prevalence of the diseace. a -Received. From Royal Commissicn on State. Forests, forwarding proof of evidence on Board's application for reservation of the Acheron River Watershed.- Received. . From Department of Public Works, c forwarding claim for £.123 5s. for seal t and signature.-Attended to. From Shire of Mildura, requesting x co-operation in urging the Government I to encourage the formation of Volun- t teer Rifle Corps.-Cr. Sloss agreed a with t...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
Clozs Bosson for ajSii, 8c0o TiiE OIIoLE YEAR: ALL birds, except sparrows and,-minas, .,o! indigenons to Australia, and tlieir prodnier (inclitding eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus ta;ft or wild turkey, Californian quail; deer" bpithianiurias, fau-tails, fly-cathiers, , great kingfisir?ier o laughing jackass, grouse; ibis lyre-birdls iiagpies, iimagpi? laiks, owls, parttidges, iiheasants. -':.:: ; pddargun or niopokes, -,..-; " .. sontherns tone plover or curlu w, s allows, waiibers, white swan, s;wrens. JUN i 4 Toi DECEMBER20-: Blick sw'ad, emu; wild geese of 'all kiinds AU:GUSTr 1 o F?RUARY28 : :Bronze-winged. or othlier ild'pigeons. quail. :. --AUGUST--1 to DECEMBEiaR-20. All birds kilowvii as cranes; auth as herous, git Vc.; all honey eaters except wattid birds and ^leather-heads ; all r kingfishers1 ithei:thasi the laughiing jackass;; all' mein hers of the 'graiculuis fnamily ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos;. coach-whip-bird; eiiuiots, gaiig ging cockatdos3 land:rail, aii it...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
Prf jer lýele ~S~r. ymn~a i j22 for gValli p. 11 FOCI . i Is is uJ,.. Suny nj I f b is frcst to send dirctt 15,3 to Dr. :YWiElir-rn R.cd kicin Ccrpniny, .o ;ccke, Tc.-mcshtt & CO., Flindcrs S, Mielb., oir the i u ut:ure nrr t~ ce BOlL OF EXCHANGE. Bi: of Exc;rnge and i'romuissory Note Ea. d Where the amount or value of the money for which! a bill or not. is drawn exceeds £10,000, then for every £50 of the aimtunlt or value, andl also for any fractional part of £50 of such atmlutt or vaiue . . 0 1 0 Bill of exchange patyable on demnan, elharie able wirlrth sae duty as a promissory note for sante iallmounlt. (Embossed stamps Iuest be used,whiich may ibe obtained at all Post Offices.) Ex~-lP1_S. s. 1. Draft or order dtawvt: by l:ny banker it Victoria upon any otheir biti.er inl Victoria lot payable to bearer il to order and tused tolely for the pLirpuse of settling .or coearithv any account between :auhiballnkers. 2. Letter written iy a banker in Victoria to any other banlter i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
IIEALESVILLE . MOTEL, NICHOLSON-STREET. THOS. BOONE, PROPRIETOR. Good Accommodotion. MXodooato Tariff. Only the Best Wines and Spirits kept. VJSITORS can rely on getting GOOD ACCOMMODATION. NEAtS-ONE SHILLING. T.B., whilRt thanking his patrons for past'favors, hopes by civility and strict attention to business to merit a continuance of their patronage. VYARRA FPLATS HOTEL. 'GOOD ACCOOMODATION FoR 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. PROPRIETOR, YARRA GLEN ROAD W. iH. HOOPER, PRACTICAL TAILOR, MAIN- ST., LILYDA LE. A GOOD STIT M/iADE TO ORDES FOR, A2 I5$s. Large assortment of -ATU3IN AM?i WINTER GOOD~ To 'choose from. A Trial Solicite(. i Hetesalcvill `-isited every mnonth. Orders may be left ivith hilt. \Y. I. HARLEY LOST MANH0OO fervouo Debility, &e, from youthful folly, excesses or any ce-:se. Uu.tranteed UlltE. A great Scientitli di.covery Iy anato...
SECOND DAY, TUESDAY, 6TH MARCH. AUTUMN HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
IECOND DAY, TUESDAY, 6TH BIARCH. AUTUMN HURDLE RAcE. Signal ... ... ... 1 WVelfare ... ... ... 2 Mort Avis or Naioth ... 3 The AscoT VALE STAKES brings all the tiwo-year-old cracks together, and I place- HIaut-Boy ..: ... 1 Knley .... .... ... 2 Sport Royal or Rumour...- 3 The AUSTRALIAN CUP Is our longest handicap event, two miles and a quarter being the journey. Bobadil, at 9st. 10l,., has more than so small a horse is likely to carry suc cessfully, and I think WVait-a-Bit is held safe hyvIerriwee.and Parthian at the same ."eig;t:, :ho should beat Sea horse after his voyage, and I deem the journey a little far for Prince Oarline, 8.3. Carhineer and Tarquin, the West Australians, and Brazen Lad, have more than I think they can win with. Fleet Admiral, at 8.0, has been given a great chance, and I think the jour ney too long for The Bride under 8.0. War God, 7.1.3, should be hard to beat. Terlinga may not stay, but Dis figured, 7.5, and Scorn 7.7, look the pick of the handicap, well ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
S" .EaOSGNS 'RO R ADVER'ttimW1 . An it'n1sxa is tlhe chiefauxiliary of trade : gAdvertising" isnot: thlaroad to success, but 5Cfuepss ltself.- lchhuurdsoii . icLAdertfse.y-ur ,usiticsa ;.I;owe aJll: my ,ictiss tn it:-P. 'fBartinirn.. .. .li':ile iiost"tttltilful part of i !ewspaper s its .tlvertisemlnts;- Jeffirsecs. ,'.'t?:iiiain who'pays mire for shop rent : dveri1tising does not know his business -? draace G. • .ley. How: can one man know what you w s?n S l 0esyti ask for it, or what yot have t~ el e unfes you ad 'ertise it ?-lluralt Ialt TI:ie' adveirtiseiments which appear in t pnibh? jurtial take rank ,amng the mios si?nificaut indlcaticns of the st?te of society of that time' and place.-Drckeso. If you. advertice, it gives your place - reiitation aronud ; folks will cro;vd. toyoiu, wairehouse and keep lively. Ifyou' don't want to do anything,, keep as. still as you " an.-CJ. F. Browne.. SThere is an absolute necessity .for. adver ,tising; thero is a great ecgerness te compete...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1600. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 March 1900
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY; MARCH 2, 1900. &nbsp; GENERAL NEWS. &nbsp; This evening, in Daly's Hall, the school.concert given last Friday even ing will be ifepeated, by special request. The object sought to be benefited by the performance is the E!upire Patriotic Fund, but a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the ladies who ha;e taken up thke hmovement of providing comforts for the wounded soldiers in South Africa so as to assist them in paying for thl niidterial they have pur chidedt] to ib n1'adrls p into useful articles for the soldiers. The price of admission has been' fixed at Is. to all parts of the hall, and we hope to see thetbuildin ags_ well filled as on the prreviot Friday night. At the Healesville Waterworks' Trust meeting on Monday last, an ap- E plication was received from MIr. 0. E Mitchell, Lot 148, parish Gracedale, for. a permission to have.a service pipe Iaid a on to his property from. the Lilydale I road main. It was understood that...
MONUMENT TO KRUGER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900
MONUMENT TO KInUiGEfl. At the Authors' Club dinner IIr. Frankfort Moore referred in the most feeling terms to the death of the late Mr. G. W. Stevens. He also proposed the health of Dr. Conan Doyle, who, with MIr. Alfred Austin, was a guest of the club for the evening, In his reply, the creator of Sherlock Holnes; who is going to the front. said he was going to the front not with a rifle but with a stethoscope, which many people would say was the more dangerous weapon. IIe was very optimistic about this war and the effect of it. It marked a turning point in the life of Great Britain. Some eight months ago he took the chair at a peace meeting. He could only say that from his heart he adjured that error. He had seen more positive virtue in this country during the last three months than during the whole of the forty years of his life. Why should they punish Kruger? That man had solved a question which every statesman had found insoluble. lie would build a monument to Kruger the size of...
"THE SKELETON IN THE CUPBOARD." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900
"THE SKELETON IN THE CUPBOARD." Like in America, most people have " a skeleton in the cupboard," by this we mean to imply that they have a secret trouble. In the case of Mrs. Annie Robertson her secret trouble was dyspepsia. It is undoubtedly the nightmare of Australia. It is safe to assert that one-half of the people in the colonies suffer from indigestion, or dyspepsia as it is sometimes called. Dyspepsia is not a complaint that stands alone, for scientists will con vince you that it brings with it other complaints. It makes life unbearable, kills ambition, and weakens the whole frame. Indigestion brings with it nervousness, restlessness, and irrita Iility, and these are ailments which all must admit should be obliviated from a community. The dreaded complaint can be cured by Bile Beans, as the testimony of those who have taken this medicine can prove. Here is a case in point: Mrs. Annie Robertson, of 11 Market street, Fitzroy, has resided in that house for nineteen years, and, of...
HUMORS OF IRISH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900
HUHO]OIS OF IRISHI LIFE. Among the many factors at work in Ireland there is one the extent of. whose influence is supposed, both by friends and foes, to be almost un limited. I mean what is called the power of the priest, and as it un doubtedly has a prominent place for good or evil in Irish life, the following example may be of interest. Old Mike and his wife lived in a little cabin on the mountain, one of a type which is happily becoming every day more rare. The walls were of mud, and the floor of the same useful material, with a gutter running down the middle to divide the family apart ment from that of the cow and ass, for Mlike did not rise to the dignity of a "harse baste." To this mansion came his reverence one cold, showery morn ing in March to hold a station. His umbrella was wet and dripping, so, being a careful man, he placed it open in the space vacated by the animals, •who were grazing outside. After the usual devotions, when the congrega tion had dispersed, he went for...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900
At Elands Laagte the Gordon lighlaaders and the Dev:ons were both racing to capture a Boer gun. A .sergeant of the Gordons got home first, and placed his sword in the muzzle of the :gun to denote possession. A moment later a lieutenant of the :Decbns rushed up and shouted : "This gun belongs. to. the.1..Deons." "It does naething of the kind," camne gruff and. quick, fromn an angry, and kilted tigiire hard hy ;".. she's my gun." 'Your .ulr,".exclaimed the liieuteant ,; +t.I reached it first.'i , ." You're a liar, and I amn sorry to say it; ButI Jwas fti rt, aud. there'e: iuasword iu~the gu it-s il'iiuth, tian." .
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900
Law Relating to Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express hotice to the contrary, are considered as Wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinu anrce of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send themn until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that "re fusing to take periodicals from the oflice or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prima fecie evidence of intentional fraud." 6. If subscribers pay in advance 'for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to the 'publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to continue taking it, otherwise the pu...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. .Places of interest to visit in the dis trict; and.how fat situated :- Place Distance. Miles. Marysville ... 23 Narbethong ... ... 14 Feinshaw ... ... 7 Mallinson's Look-out ... 7 Mallinson's Gully ... 10 Condon's Gully ... ... 4 Meyers Creek and Falls.... 5 Mathinna Falls ... ... 7 Badger River ... ... 4 .Blacks Spur & Etta's Glen - 10 Coranderrk Blacks Station 3 MIt. Riddell ... ... 2 Gracebirn Creek... ... ' 4 Graceburn Weir.... ... 4 Watts River .;- ... `Watts Weir ... ... 5 Mit. Juliet (top) ... ... 10
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900
Courts0 of Petty Sessions. Courts will be held during the year 1900 at the undermentioned places, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz " Name of Court. Hour. Feb. March. April. May. June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. A.M. irlelber ... 10 5, 190o 5, 1 9o 2, 160t 7, 210f 4, 180t 2, 180f 6, 200f 3, 17Of 1, 15 , 1 17 Anduerson's Creek 11 12° 12. 90 14° 110 9° 130 100 8° 12° 3 Elthai ... ...I 11 130 130 100 150 120° 10 14 110 19 30 11 Yarra Glen ...9.30 280 14 11 6 9 4 1, 29 26 24 21 12 P. M. Ilaleaville 2.30 150 150 120 10Q 70 I50 2, 300 270 250 220 13 A.M. Lilydale ... ... 9.30 2, 90t, 2, 90t, Got, -, 40f, 11, 10of,8,15. , 13. 3. 10, 17. 7, 14, 5.12. 2, 16f, 7, 14, 16, 23 16,23,30 20, 27 18,25 22, 29If 20, 27ot" 24ot, 31 210f, 28 10ot, 26 23, 30 21, 28 Ferntree Gully ... 9 27" 27* 94 29 ? 260 240 280 250 23a0 270 1 Qeenutowi 11 5 G 26 23 28 - 25 23 27 24 .. 22 . 26 10 S.Police 1Magistrate's V islts. f Licensing and Warden's Courts. D. BERRIMAN, Clerk o...
A PHARMACY MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900
A PiiAIH.iAY MRAT'FTER. A subject in which a good deal of 'inerest is taken is mltetionnd in a 1 comin nilcat ion. fron the Mlalmsbury Phart'.acy. -TrheMal rmslury Pharmacy I is controlled by Ir. RIicihard Donovan, I who, as a Pharmiaceutical chemist and Scientific Wine Expert, has made a mime for himrself. lResiding at the Pharmacy is Miss e Annie Sophia Wl\hite, Mr. Donovan's si.ter.in-law. In a letter she says she 4 is 61 year of age, and has been for man:y years a suffer from insomnia. Often she went to bed quite exhausted, but would lie awake till morning. Oc casionally she used sleeping draughts, and obtained rest artificially. But the sleep thus induced did not benefit her greatly, for she woke up tired and weak. As sleeping draughts did not remove her ailments i Miss White tried Dr. Williams' pink pills, having been ad vised to do so hy Mr. Donovan. De spite her age she had only used one box before an iiuprovement. was noticeable, and two inore boxes cured her corn pletdly. ...