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Insecticide. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 March 1901
Insecticide. Suddenly, as the good ship swept before the tempest, land was seen directly ahead. A moment latei slie wa?s upon the rocks, and the crui l ??;waves were goring her sides like the horns of an angry bull. The shrieks and curses of the human freight mingled with the howling gale. A slini man with a sandy goatee shouted through the storli. "Captain--- Bu Bffeted and d beaten, his voice rose above the tnimtnt., -"what .cast is that ?" "The Cannibal islands," came the hoarse reply. "Are you positive it isn't _We Jersey?" "Positive." "Because," explaineil the slim man, "I'd rather drown than go ashore when it was a sure case of beiing e?tcn.'" Saying whitch h climnbed into the life boat, and the Iighp of hope was in his coun tenance.--Dtroit News-Triibune.
Deeper and Deeper. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 March 1901
Deeper and Deeper. There is only one way out of dishonesty, and thatjis to tell the truth. The process of "lying out ofit," so called, is only asure way of getting more deeply mired. Thisis well illustrated by the following story: A man of doubtful reputation was on his way honme one night and came across a pile of planks which for some reason had been unloaded upon the roadside. He couldn't, or thought he couldn't, resist "the tempta tion to steal one of them. He could not go through the village with it and so'took ab ut across the fields. By and by in the gathering dusk he waudered into a boghole and sank in the mire. The more he struggled the deeper he sank, un til, getting alarmed, he cried lustily for help. His shouts brought a neighbor with a lantern. "WVlihy, Jones, what does this mean?" asked the good Samiritan. "How in the world ctnme you here?.'' "I was in a hurry to get home,". said the thief, "and so I cut across. Then I got into this ,bog. The more I tried to pull mysel...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 March 1901
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. Sln.-Mr. Stott, one of the Candidates for Mernda Electorate, has claimed by public advertisement that he is the " selected Ministerial Candidate." As a fact there are no Ministerial Candidates selected anywhere, and certainly none has been chosen for Mernda. If Mr. Stott disputes this statement ,ill he be content to submit the question to the members of the Ministry-those in Victoria if lihe pre fers-or will he publish the sanction of any Minister for his statement. If not, and he still publishes himself as the " selected Ministeral Candidate," the electors will know what to think of him. If Mr. Stott cannot prove his statement, the only course open to him as an honor able man is to publicly withdraw it. Yours truly, ROBERP HARPEUI. Mr. Robert Harper will address the electors at Yarra Glen on Monday. the 18th inst., at 8 o'clock, and on Tuesday, 19th inst.,.at Ringwood 3 p.m. and Fern Tree Gully at 8 p.m.
MR. HUNT AT HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 March 1901
MR. HUNTI AT HEALESVILLE. On Tuesday evening, Mr. Thomas Hunt, who is a candidate for the Mlernda seat in the House of Repre sentatives, addressed the electors in Daly's Hall, a fair number being pre sent. The president o' the shire (Or. f Sloss) occupied the clair, and made brief allusion to the fact that Mr. Hunt came Ibfore thenlas an old poli tician. They had hear the other two gentlemen, and after I aring the can didate who was about t speak, electors would then have an opportunity of deciding for themselv? i who in their opinion was best fittel to represent o them. He hoped theJ would take an interest in the electio', and that on polling day they would!roll up to such a number that a recordi vote would re- i sult. (Hear, hear.) With these few words he introduced the candidate. Mr. Hunt, who was very favorably t received, said that in'appearing before them that evening he did so with plea- tl sure. He did so because his appear ance there was due to the fact that he was seeking ...
ELECTION NOTES. MR. HARPER AT HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 March 1901
ELECTION NOTES. n 1 d MR. HARPER AT HEALESVILLE. On Monday evening last, M1r. Har per, one of the carididates for the t Mernda seat, addressed a well attended d meeting of electors in Daly's Hall. t The president of the shire occupied the chair, and, after a few words, intro- n duced the candidate, t' Mr. Harper, who was well received, c said that he did not come amongst ° them as a stranger, as he was known t to many as a public man for 20 years, tl and his opinions were well known:. He was before them as a candidate for a seat in the House of Representatives, it and the occasion was a unique one, a but while travelling about the country it h9 found i that;the majority of the people were,niot fully aware of what ft the Federal .omrimonwealth really was. By a vastn?j?' trity of the people of the six separate&States the Commonwealthi had been oreated, and it had beern de cided that a new Parliament should lie elected to deal with the affairs of -that Commonwealth. He believed...
HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 March 1901
ITEALESVILLE.. A pretty municipal township, with post and telegraph and money-order office,. and savings bank, situated.at the jrihction of the Graceburn and Watts rivers, 39 miles east of Melbourne. 'Rail direct: with MIl .bourne,; Healesville: being the terminus. A-.pdpular resort for visitors and-tourists. It has three large first-class hotels. Grace dale House, a: handsome summer resort, is sic;uated. near th'e foot of Mount Juliet, a hiut three miles from the railway sta tioni. TIhere are a fine 'state school four churches, 'branch of the Colonial Bank,; courthiouse, police station, mechanics' in stituto and -free. library, a newspaper (tealesville and Yarra Glen Guardian), a inhrbir of stores, and other places of biusi ness. Etensive recre'tion? grounds, also beautifiil'bowling green and lawn tennis and croquiet courts. - Trout aid- blackfish may be caught in the rivers. near~ Heales ville, and.good shooting a few: miles out. The district is principally grazing ;there are seve...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 March 1901
MARRIAGE. STAUNTON-FURMSTON.-On the 11th February, at St. Joseph's Cathedral, Dunedin, N.Z., by the Rev. P. Murphy, Michael J. Staunton, of Clyde, New Zea- land, to Florence Amelia, youngest daughter of Mr. G. V. Furmston, Heales- ville, Victoria. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 March 1901
Mitchell and Huristone, Produce and Timber Merchants, Chaff Cutting and Grain Crushing Mills, NICHOLSON-STREET, HEALESVILLE. A- LWAYS OT SALE Chaff, Maize, Oats, Peas, Bran, Pollard, Barley, Potatoes, Straw, &c. FLOUR AT SPECIALLY LOW PRICES. Bonedust, Vegetable Seeds, Fruit Cases, Superphosphates, Lawn Grasses, Raspberry Buckets, City Council Manures, Pasture Grasses; Strawberry Boxes, Blood Manures. Fruit Trees. Export Cases. Horse and Cattle Medicines. BUILDERS' MATERAL Hardwood and Softwo.odtTir ber of all sizes. Lime, Hair, .nd Cement ir any quantities. Galvanised Iron, Ridging, Spoutiing, etc., etc. Lining, Weatherboards, Mouldings, etc. T. W. STORY, ma.age. Recon2structzion n f the Boot cancd Shoe Hospital _..frT~ n ..RCEDIT to STRICTLY CA.SKI Prices. CAST YOU. EY E VER THIS AND ASK YOURSELF. THE QUESTION , Did you Ever Get Boots S& Shoes so 0?,1CP in IHealesville Before ?. W. J. HARLEY Is SELLING BOOTS & SHOES below MELBOURNE PRlCES for QAS-I QNLY. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 March 1901
The "IHeatesville Guardian " AND GENERAL PRINTING WORKS, CASTELLA - S'ltEE-, ... hEALtE VILLE, JOB PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE ON TEE PREMISES With Neatness and Despatch. -:0: The "Guardian'" is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First Mail. This Journal advocates local interests, and the fostering of local industry. It condemns the practce of supporting foreign labor, To AdvoPtisers land Subscribers. THE "GUARDIAN " Is NOW.. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Instead of Saturday, as formerly. ADVERTISERS PLEASE BEAR THIS IN MIND. Qlose Season for tsme, to. THE Wn'HOLE YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenons to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. Lard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer. epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. '_"· .as, podargus or mopokes, :LL. eoP0s, southern stone plover or...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1901. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 March 1901
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1901. GENERAL NEWS. The Minister of Railways on Thurs- day last traversed the route of the proposed Toolangi railway, and was much impressed with the vast timber resources that would be opened up by the construction of a railway, but, as in the case of other similar applica- tions, he informed the settlers that he would have to consider the merits of all the lines brought under his notice -several of which he had not yet seen, -before deciding which one he would first remit to the Railways Standing Committee. On Friday afternoon, Mr. Trenwith, accompanied by his secretary, arrived here by special train, when he was met at the station by the president of the shire, and Crs. Boone, Bailey, Furmston, Sheehan, and Mr. Banks. After the formal introductory remarks, Cr. Sloss (president) informed the Minister that £2000 had been placed on the Estimates last year for improve- ments to the Healesville railway station buildings, but nothing had...
THE TRIUMVIRATE AND THE REPORTER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 March 1901
-- o THE TRIUJ.V1RATE AN)D THE pl ---- 0--- 5 An extraordinary interview, or Wi rather series of interviews, took place tl recently at Hawkslurn. When the re porter called on the Slherer family at. their well appointed residence, 4 Irene Place, Hawkslurn-one of Melbourne's i fashionable suburbs, adjacent to Toorak a -he was extended a cordial welconme. "'I have come," said he, ' to solicit i particulars of certain momentous events which I hear have lately taken place in this family circle." '" With pleasure," said M1Ir. Sherer heartily. " L .t us begin with my son Horace." Horace was then called in and proved to be a bright, intelligent la l full of health and good spirits. About him Mr. Sherer said : "'Some time ago Hlorace began ,to lose control of his limbs; and "later was - unabl? even to raise oou to his mouth, having to be fed like an infant.' His" speech left him, and for over a ~nonth he could not utter a word. He was unable to walk steadily ; his legs, arms1 and body swayed...
PUNCH PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 March 1901
PUINCII PICKINGS. Mr. James Hardie, M.P. for Methyr Tydvil in the House of Commons, the man in the rag, hat has given notice of: his intention to move that the proposed grant of £20,000 to meet the expenses of the Australian tour of the Duke and Duchess of York be reduced to £1000. Mr. Hardie is a Labor member and a rampant radical of the kind that impart a terrific political significance to their clothes, and hold that a clean white shirt is a badge of aristocracy, and a starched collar the emblem of a bowel less plutocrat. Although Kitchener hates news papers, he is said to owe everything to a newspaper correspondent. Kitchener was on leave in Egypt when the Arali Pasha trouble broke out. He perceived clearly enough that he would lose a great chance if he had to go, and was in a stew about it. The newspaper man advised him to telegraph to the London War Office that, unless he. re ceived notice, he would assume that his leave was extended. Kitchener did so. An answer came that he m...
SIR GEORGE TURNER'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 March 1901
SIR GEORGE TURNEI'S SPEECH. The following are interesting items from the Federal Treasurer's speech at St. Kilda on Monday: He hoped a larger area than 100 miles would be obtained for the federal capital. He would like to see a thou sand miles, and the land would pro duce revenue for the Commonwealth Government. South and West Australia have woman suffrage. He thought it would be absurd if the other colonies did not follow the example. If Victoria had freetrade on the lines suggested, it would mean that Victoria would receive £600,000 or £700,Q000 less than at present, and would have to lesson its expenditure by that sum, or impose direct taxation. Our income tax only brought in £180,000. New South Wales was in a different position to Victoria, because it enjoyed a land revenue of £2,500,000 a year, as against £400,000 raised in Victoria. Our total annual imports were valued at £18,000,000, and of that amount £6,000,000 only were dutiable, the re maining £12,000,000 being admitted f...
"THE GRAND OLD FLAG." THE HOISTING CEREMONY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 March 1901
"THE GRAND OLD FLAG." THE HOISTING CEREMONY. TO THE EDITOR OF TILE GUARDIAN. Sir, - My proposal to hoist the " Union Jack" over all the State schools of Victoria (upon the occasion of the opening of the first Australian Com monwealth Parliament by His Royal Highness the Duke of Cornwall and York) was at once so cordially res ponded to by all classes of the public as to warrant an attempt being made to get all the States to join in a sinmi lar movement. To this end I sub mitted the proposal to the Hons. the Premiers and Ministers of Education of New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia, South Australia, and Tasmania, the result being that they all heartily supported the idea, and promised to carry out the necessary arrangements in their respective states. I have therefore now great satisfaction in advising that on the 9th May (upon a signal to be given by Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cornwall and York) a message will be flashed throughout the length and breadth of the Comm...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 March 1901
CORRESPONDENCE. TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIIE GUARDIAN. SIR,-It is with feelings of exultant gratitude that I take this means and opportunity of expressing our heart felt gratitude to the ladies and gentle men ratepayers of the Shire of Heales ville signatories of the petition in sup port of the application of 0. II. Potts for the use of the shire hall for reli gious purposes on Sundays, and the councillors supporting the same, for the kindly sympathy and support which they so spontaneously rendered me in the effort, now successfully consum mated, of obtaining the use of our shire hall for Sunday services. We thank them for their valuable assist ance, and hope the result will he such as to cause them to feel satisfied with the result of their effort on our behalf. We pledge ourselves to do our best, and as the issues are external, we leave themn with God. Again thanking you, ladies and gentlemen, yours etc., 0. H. POTTS,
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 March 1901
CRICKET. In order to try and encourage this pastime, and to establish the local club on a sounder financial basis than hitherto, it has been considered ad visable to fix a few unimportant en gageiments locally so that the young untrained might be afforded the chance of learning some of the rudiments of the game. "Certainly, the idea is a f good one, and it is encouraging to ob serve the interest which is now being g taken in these rival contests, and the c anxiety of the players to " break their k duck," and if they but persevere in ti their desire to improve themselves in t the cricket field, it is quite probable that a really good team will be avail able next season, On Saturday last a ti match was arranged with Coranderrk a on the local reserve, and the Healesville a team was mostly made up of new players, but the visitors were strongly represented, the consequence being that a the former were defeated badly. A t very interesting game was played, how ver, the chief features of wh...
YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 March 1901
YARRA GLEN. The annual State school excursion from Yarra Glen and district was held recently at Brighton Beach. From an early hour excursionists began to as semble on the Yarra Glen station, and shortly after 8 a.m. the special train, decorated with dozens of flags, steamed out of the station with about 360 people on board. Brighton was reached soon after 10 o'clock, and in a very short time, the beach was alive with children wading after shells, sea-weed, and other treasures. The beautiful ti tree reserve made a good picnic ground, and full advantage was taken of its numerous shady nooks. The day, though warm, could not have been better for bathing, boating, and yacht ing, and these amusements were greatly enjoyed. During the day lollies, kindly donated by Mr. Allen, Mrs. Rhimes, and Mr. Dawborn, were dis tributed, as was also an abundant supply of fruit given by Messrs. Hub bard, Fletcher, and others. Brighton was left at 6 p.m. and Yarra Glen was rerched shortly after 8 p.m. All ...