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Wedding Bells. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
Wedding Bells. YARRA GLEN. A very high class wedding wds solemnized in the Presbyterian Church on Wednesday, March 2nd, 1898, the happy pair united heing Mr. Herbert Clement Jones, of Melbourne, and Miss Annie Russell-Ross, eldest daughter of the late John Russell Ross, late mana Mter London Bank, Melbourne, and of " Kincraig," Yarra-Glen. The Rev. Maxwell otciated; assisted by the Rev. J. Darrock. Everything passed off very pleasantly. The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. M. Kenzie, M.L.A. Mr. and Mrs. IH. Clement Jones drove away from " Kincraig" to the city after the wedding breakfast, and in about a fortnight they sail for Europe for a 12 months' tour prior to settling down. The church was beauti fully decorated, and did great credit to the bride's friends. The wedding march was played . by the' assistant organist.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
YEARS OF DYSPEPSIA. CLEMENTS TONIC drove it Away. Mr. Albert Lyons,. " Wendouree,i' Merton-st., Albert Park, Victoria, writes on Aug. 8trl1896:-I have suffererl severely fronilDyspepsia, fora number of. years. and although E haveacted upon riie dical advice and taken largely of specifirs alleged to be u'res for tllht distressintr malady, but from neither source did material relief coine to me. Re.ently, however, I was recommended to! take Clements Tonic: I did so; and almost instant relief folloiwed ;after taking it few bottles that irritating complaint was driven away, and I mun now in sounder, bodily health, and more alert and "heerful, : men tally, than I have been for many years. "I would. strongly reenmimei "a'nv' person suffering froin dyspepsia of Any allied dia order to try Clements Tonie. W. ALBERT LYONS. Witness-C. J. Ham, J.P. _ . .1 . - ",'. ' - Agents' WFi. In odtlying towns and distri .. Vrite for terms to "F GTADIAN" OFFIFF.
Yarra Glen, 8898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
Yarr, Glen, 8 j 8 98. My Dear Uncle lRube,-I an now going to write.you a little letter, I have heard you have lots of little nieces, and I woull to be one very. muich, Do you like bees, we have five hives, but we did not get so much honey as last year. Poor dada is very ill in bed, and has been' for nine months, I have three little sisters they are not very big, One goes to school, her name is Bella I go to school too, we have not very far to go, I am in the third class, We have a very kind teacher, and she has promised to take us for a picnic to Healesville; and I hope we will see yen, you must be a very kind Uncle to give your little nieces a prize. I have no more news to.tell you only that one of our .Doctor's horses died, I will write you a longer andt nicer letter next time. ; I remain your affectionate niece GEITIE MITCOESON. -Age nine yetrs and one montlh
Railway Time Table. Up. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
Railway Time; Table. Up. Henles., dep 7.0 am 10.45 am 7.50 pm Yarra Glen dep. 7 22 a.m., 11.10 a.m., 3.400 p.mn., 8.11 p.m." Lilydale, dep. 8 .mn., 11.55 a.m., 5.400 p.m., 8..14 p.m. MeIb, arr 9.14 am -1.15 pm 10.3 ,pm Down. Melhb, dep 7.37 am 12.15 pm 5.12 pm HIales. arr 9.45 am 2.30 pm 7.19 pm Lilydale, arr 9 am 1.33 pm. 6.34 Yarra Glen. arr 9.20 am 2 pin 6.55 pm Fares :-Elealesville - Single: First clas. 6s Gd ; second class, 4s 4d. Return: First class, 9s 9d ; second class, 6s 6d. Sunday-First class return; 4s lid ; se cnnd class, 3s 3d. Excursion-Return: First class, 5s Id ; second class, 3s 7d. Lilydale-Single : First class, 2s. 9d.; se cond class, 2s. Return : First class, 4s. 2d., second class, 3s. Excursion : Return, First class, 3s. 2(1.; second class, 2s. 3d. Sunday-Return. first class, 3s.; second class, 2s. Yarra Glen-Single : First class, 4s 6d ; second class, 3s 21 ; Return : First class, 6s IOd; second class, 4s 9d. Ex cursion : Return, first class, 5s 1d ; second cl...
Yarra Glen, 8398. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
Yarra Glen, 8j 3 1 98. Dear Uncle Rnbe.-I now take the plea= sure of wri."ng you a few lines; as I would like toget a prize. The last timhe I was at Frealesville was with our selhool picnic. We caught the 9.30 a.m. train at. :Yarra Glen and itrrived at flealesvilleh a little befqrel10 o'clock, and went on to thei Watts river. We had such fun, threre "Vas a log, fell across the river, and 'we hadato cross it one by one, Then we went toi I very steep hill (I donot know the. name of it) and gathered red and black berries and lovely ferns which our Mlama was very pleased with. We played many games, and afterwards had tea, we were very hungryeand. tired after our day's enjony iment. then we gathered together our bas= kets, ferns, berries, and made our way to the railway station. We had a glorious day, and enjo?,edl ourselves immensely, and we would all like very much to go again and I hope we will, when we get our Ens ter holidays. We had a great many visi tors to day they came for Quail...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
Fruit & in rain S: AS . ? O 189?-8. LARGE CROPS and GOOD PRICES. FOR FARMERS and FRUITGROWERS is the wish of =. \,. , O BEEHIVE STORES, Main Street, ZLI I- YD .AA.L E Established 1886. Who in anticipation of a Good Season have made Extensive Pnrchases of DRAPERY, BOOTS and SiHOES. Latest Novelties in DRESS GOODS, TRIMMIN*t GS, FANCY GOODS, BOLEROS. SEQUIT COLTLAZET:a. TEi. "STOCK "' 00LLR AE &'J Trimmed MPillinery a speciality Dressmaki go , by a FIRST-CLASS ,HAND Fit Style and 'Workmanship Guaranteed. Fancy Prints, Muslim, ' Nainsooks Batistes, Zephyrs, Canvas Cloths. Calicoes, Shetetings Drills, TTollands Striped Galattas,. Fancy Drills. CLOTINTG DEPAARTM E T Men's, Youth's, and Boy's Suits,, Trousers & Vests. Trousers.; •FULL ASSORTED STOCK OF .NEW GOODS. Hats, Shirts, Collars and Ties. Suits to Measure. Fit Guaranteed. Largest Stock in the District. Best M1akers Only GEOCEZY DEPARTMENT. BEST GOODS. "I'Note the Following Prices:--' Best Roller Flour, pier ...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
Healesville Post and Telegraphn Office. Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 D m. Post office savings bank open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; Saturdays from 10 a.m. 12 noon, and 6 to 8 p.m. deposits only. Mails close for Melbourne 10.25 am and 7.15 im daily. Intermediate 7.15 pm Marysvilloe and ... ... 9.30 am daily Narbethong J Arrive from Melbourne, &c... 9.55 am 2.40 pm 7;30 pm daily. Marysville. and. ... 7 pm daily Narbethong . MISS A. CHAPMAN Postmistress.
Wandin [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
W'auyitun The cigth autumn show of the Wandin District: Horticultural Society was held on Wednesday, and was very snuccessful con sidering the dryv setason through which we have passed. The show was opened hy Mr. [Almes Balfour. M.L.C., who highly comruended the,exhibition, and gave a short resume of Parliamentary work affecting the interests of fruit growers. Mr. F. T. Derhano, ex. ,M.L.A., also gave an address. At the lunch the usual loyal, Parliamentary and other toasts were duly honotured. The Ltl,'dale t'xcelsior brass hand provided the tmusic for the day. The principal prizes were.:-Champion Prize--28 Varie lies Fruit: 1st prize, E. Ilonter and Sons; 2nd, $ebire and Solns; 3rd, Mrs. Mitchell. 12 Varieties: E. BUirgi. 10 :Varieties Apples: Sebire and Suns. Dessert Apples: It. Thornton. Culinary Apples: Sebire andl Sons. Dessert Pears: Mrs. Mitchell. Culinary Pears: E. Burgi° Varieties PlMnts: G. E. Overton. Peaches: Mrs. Mlit chell. White Grapes: ,1. Lithgow. Col ired Grpes: R1...
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
At a public meeting of parishioners, held about a fortnight ago, the following gentlemen were elected as guardians of St.. Thomas' Church for the present year, Mr. E. Batchelor, Mr. T. Sherwill, Mr: R. Scott (hon. Treasurer), and Mr. W. HuBoth (hon.Secetary). Miss Stratton, wlioe has acted as caretaker for the past two years, resigned the position declining a vote of thanks proposed by the chairman. A meeting has been called for Sat'lrday :??arch 19th at the Buxton Hotel, for the purpose of electing a committee to carry out a ploughing match and sports at Bux ton in June next. A point to point steeple chase will be added to the programme, which promises to make the thing attrae-. tive. Rabbit poisoning has been started in this district, and it seems that' this ener getic.and wholesale destruction has,greatly thinned the ranks of Master Buhny,, for only a few are to be seen now. . We have had another taste of .the fire fiend about a week ago,,when a fire started near the river and de...
Christian Endeavour Corner. "For Christ and the Church." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
Christian Endeavour Coriner' "For Christ and the Church." "We are on" the eve of a great ad= vance" said Dr:, ilark, the founder of the Endeavour nrovement, the other, day, when speaking at orie of the American ConveY'tions, and this is virtually true of Christiun Endeavoiir ism. The minvement, which began: as a small stream, has widened and der veloped into a mighty river: In :181 the first society was formed with a nucleus membership of 57, andto-day there are 50,780 societies with a men, hership of. 3,000,000.' As G?allileo said of the Universe, "'it. moves," so this movement has progressed wonder fully:in the past, and we must-believe that we are now odn the eve -df a still greater advance. : There?vas a fair atttendance'at last Friday's meeting. Mr. Blanksby was leaher; and kept the meeting goine. Se.veral:remarks were made, and com ments ofered on the subject," , Christ; our Prace.; The subject was an ap propriate one for a consecration meet ing. The chairman dwelt upon the in...
Yarra Glen. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
Yarra Gle. The excitement was not very great at the recent visit of His Excellency the Governor. Our civic fathers apparently wished to have all the honor of welcomn ing the Governor, and as not even the school children were there to sing the National Anthem, it must be presumed that there was an oversight, which we hope will not occur again should we be favored with an oppdrtunity of showing our loyalty. There is every probabil'city of a battery being erected near Steel's Creek diggings. It is reported as being made, and is ex pected to be in position very .shortly. This is good news, and should give work to several hands. The alluvial diggers are doing better again now, but water is very scarce. Good prospects from bores have been obtained on the property of Mr. R. Black, by A. G. Shaw and Co. Owing to the wet nature of the ground the bottom has not been touched yet by sinking, but Mr. Shaw thinks lie will reach toe alluvial deposit which has been proved for upwards of 4 miles alo...
Healesville Harmonic Society. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
Healosville Harmoio Society. A meeting was held ini the" Me .chanic's Institute on' Monday, 'there lbeing present ;-Dr. J. C. Baird '(iu the chair) and Misses Ridler, Lebha, Cornish, Saeger, M'Gretton, . Davies, bumner, Becker; .Mesdames Alex ander, George, Baird, and Messrs Burt, Burnside, Almond, Story, "and Buckley. 'Mr. Burt moved that a society he formed to he called the Healesville H-armonic Society.-Seco0ndd hy Mrs. Alexander. Carried: Mrs. Alexander mnoved that a tem porary committee of the whole be ap pointed to arrange details and rules to be presented at a further me-eting on Monday next.-Seconded by Miss Leuha. Carried. At the committee meeting Mrs. Alexander moved the fet: per quarter be 5s.-Seconded by Mrs. George. Carried. Miss. Leulha, Mrs Alexaniddr and Mr. Story, on the motion of M1r. P. A. Burt, were appointed a su!b-committee to arrange matters of detail as ;o meet ing room, and ,scertain O'Brien's charges as conductor, etc.-Seconded by Mrs. Baird. Carried. A vot...
Toolangi. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
Toolangi. Matters have been very lively here this last few days owing to the visit paid us by the Ministers of Irtilways and Lands, who were accompanied by Messrs. Ca:meron and M'Kenzie, Ms.L.A. The Yea River Rail way League is, indeed, to he congratulated on the success of their invitation, and it will he hot its own fatilt if the object for which the League was formed is not speedily ittained. The vast resources of the forest were prominently, shown to the visitors, what were simply astonished at its magnificence, the M?i:iiter of Lands freely aceknowledring it to he amongst the tinest of the State forests owned by tie colony, and that with railway commnunrication it would prove a va'lu:h!e asset. While here, a deputation consisting of several of the nocal residents. alutlmng whomlll woern eiasis. Downey,ntmelley, Itentel, Smith, Lawrence and Bassett, Wavited on the Ministers, when their elaims f?r a railway were un folded by Mr. ltintel, the secretary of the Leaune, who, in a con...
Warburton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
IWarlwrtonE. Once again death has been among us. The little son .of Mr. Simpson, who was taken down to Lilydale for better attend ance, though there was little hope of his recovery from the fell disease that took away his sister, passed away on Monday night. Nurse Speers and Dr. Syme did everything in theii power to save the poor little fellow, but their efforts were unavail Sing. This is indeed a very heavy blow for Mr. and Mrs. Simpson, and the greatest, sympathy is expressed with them in- their sad bereavement.
A Mother's Wish. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
A Mother's Wish. A mother's proudest and :happiest: wish is tolhelp anlambitious son in his early struggle to attain eminence in his chosen walk of life. To'such'a son a robust mother with a healthy mind in a healthy body is the best counsellor, and the best spur. Many mothers' are sickly, fretful, helpless creatures, tor tured beyond endurance by the pains of their own wrecked constitution:' An ambitious ohuth recei&lt;ds little& en couragement or sound advice from such a mother. Most, ill-health "'mong :women is due to weakness. and disease of the organs dis tinctly femi nine. If these parts are weak and diseased the entire sys tem suffers. It is quite easy to keep all theoi-rgans of the, body in a ihealthy vigorous state iith a little care an;:at-, tention. M?in~ y reedies 'ac?'insich a viQlent manner that there use is, more: hliarmful thani beneficial: Bile Bean act in a gentle, soothing manner, and they will be found an undoubted specific for; Herdache, Indigest...
THE YOUNG FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
THE YOUNG FOLKS. t We are pleased to inform-our youth-S ful readers that in future Iwe intend to devote a portion of our space to their' especial henefit. We propose to t have it written as tuch as possible by children and with this end in view we will offer every week a handsome prize volume. The next competition is for a letter, written to Uncle Rube,. telling him, anything in teresting and concise. A short anec dote would be acceptable. The maxi mnum points obtainable for this compe tition will he 100, divided as follows: Composition, 30; Matter, 30 ; Speiling, 15; Punctuation, 15 ; Writing, 10. The best letters received every week will be published in the paper. All letters .must be handed in not later than 12 noon on Thursday. This competition is open to all child ren under the age of 16; and contribu tions are invited. Yarra Glen, 8 I 3 1 98. Dear Uncle Ruhe,-As I was reading the letters of some little girls in' the " Heales ville Guardian" last Saturday evening, I thought I w...
Marysville. MARYSVILLE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
MATIYSVILLE MECHANICs' INSTITUTE. A meeting of the above was held in the hall on Saturday night, when it was decided that a dressing roots should be erected at the rear of the building. The room will be finished for the Easter fes tivities, and will undoubtedly assist the enjoyment of the dance at night. It has also bsen definitely settled that a plain and fancy dress hall be held on Easter Monday night, the proceeds of which are to go in aid of the Mechanics.' Word of this is given thus early in the day so that those who iintnd donning fancy costume may be able to either make or get their dresses. Our friend Walker, of Yarra Track. in lends to hokl sports, i.e., foot races, jumps, quoits, &e., at his place on Yarra Track on the 17th March.
Healesville, March 9th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898
Hea. esville, Marc1l9tlih,1?898. Dear Uncle Rube,-'I was pleased to see my letter in last week's Guardian. I thought I would write you a few more lines this week. We have had some nice rain since the last time ,1 wrote, which madrethitngs look fresh again. The fop picking has finished, aid'I believe that it has not been'so good this year on account of the drought. I am sorry that you did not have "more. letters from the young,- folks last week: .I .hope you will have' more tlhi week, I have no~more news: of any Interest to tell ybuo this week, j. oping you are quite, well 'I will now conclude. I remain youriloving niece. . LIZZY FOSTER. Aged 11 years and 9 months.