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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 non-de-plume is affixed. DRINKING WATER AT STATE SCHOOL. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
C' ORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence,on. slbject. .-of public and ' neral interest, if guaranteed by the name. Sand address- of the awiter (not neessardily fdr publication). will be freely.inserted in, ' th7i column, on the understanding that ioe do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents..- We 'also hold the right of making any elimination: we may see fit, especially whena "non-de p'.lume is affixed. -DRINKKIG WATER AT STATE SCHOOL. (To the- Editor of The Guardian.) , SSRn,-Though our water supply is so'eki ceptionally good, it ii to be, regretted that: at the local State School there is only a brass tap for the use of the scholars, minus a drinking vessel of any description. Surely the Department should .furnish the letter,'if not a water-bag, so as the children otild he able to obtalin a col and neces sary drink this hot weather. -Many parents are complainig of the present inadequate supply at the school 'Yours truly, . S " COOL WATER.
A TRAMP'S TRUMP CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
A A TRAMPS TRUMP7O.ARD.; Tie tran pi, knockd .~ tjhe kitchen door and. tlh ladyi :!et; lil~ iJ n, or ratheir opelied ithe'dodr landllloclked) his pai. sage .,," : i 0 ',,-t',' v f,( .o'-0q yJ • ,)hi: , :-,"> .,,i' 0..lj Jud !>dj - ' i ;,:-. "., .Li," Wha do youtwaiit..,':.she;inquired harshly. d'* c 'lo - oi"riq * , a.' "&lt;great i many.thiinsn adan h! ' i. replied,;.deferentially,r" w~hlid ,1;neIer expect to get, and' in that :resieut I rani thie -'qual of 'the' ii'ill"ihiire. " How n ,,, 11 .. "HU -. _1t 1 . .. ... ever, chat is another story To return \V^'\A M :. t-;..1l '.rai?:OL'T..t !>ilJ "o ".'O to your, inquiry,; proppounded La fe)y conads ago, I should oreplyzthatiIctinij to'riski youlwhol the!ppople.iarP -residin. in'the house adJoiinngyou' on thle'right" !o0 " '- . ft i Wri ,lV/ .i.f7oT'.7i(.ofi I (tn ;,i Is. it. anya.lbuines9,.of yours,?? slie inquired ?,.repariringdtbhsh u tth'e rdoo-! i No, mfadami," he saad,hinoTdep6litely . -;,[' &lt;;ý fC- ...
Sunday Excursion Trains. Down: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
"Si nlay Excursion:Trains.: ?j DOWN: ±a: Prince's Bridge, slep .... _11.0,:ani Healesville.,arrJy .s . 1: O pil Li ii:i ue U au1 '' :ri: aq * j Henlei~viller1lp . 6.0 aO put Perince's; BIritie;:anrrr 'ýi', ... 9"1 I?0'P .-Faures' -Fir?-st ,isssretm, 3: se: c? d class,return, rP s .. ' Childresirlis?'ier 4 yeaa'-; free ; o'er 4 od, under. .12, halfsfare:v i io ,These .tickts x;will be: available:fdis ir' urn by. 630 train p 7nl' / i ": "u 1,~ . . .s
Railway Time Table. HEALESVILLE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
ifnll a..:,Ra IIwa UC:iTiineLTabIC?' f 'I t, iýc *~.\B~ IILE, T0; MELEOURN~as: r jHealer;rdep:'7!O2,ii60.35arno .50 am Me'lb,lap a-l4i.rnl,15.pin ;10 3't pu MIELtfUR JE T_1HIýEAJESy1LLEdiT 401 , l rep,; ý,.g7:0,! am: ,;1z:l5'pm t 5.2 pi Seali ' arr 1 30iJQ&PdPADA30,pJi·7.19,pII _1., 4 irs" Rletrn iFirst claes, !7s'1s eond class, 4s 7d. Rreturn,: First class, 103 6d'
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
flealesvillejPostauiid Telegraph f ;Post'ofic'oji~n 'fibin'9' aAi.to 6 p ' n i Telegraph, yothici eopea: frinii 8.30aii i to+8" pi.,n. Post othice stavings baunk openifruom 110 a.m. to 3 pin. ; Saturdays fromi 10 ai.m. qto 1d2 noon3. + ::"u M Y iils closcalor=i ý-."s:+:!ý I[elbourne 1.3 v 6.45)unf ; ) an( 10).15 am ail,, se r Interimedi i~tt ' i7 p J>. ir arysvi1le *i c Ngarl!@thuind a 1 UU. Melbonrne, &e... 9.40 in ,240 pm 7.30 pm Mar) si tile I and1st~t I :. i7.p~indailyli 1Narbethen;' 3 _______ stressU1I; jj' ii ~ '~ ·r'oLx.
Marysille. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
,A piict'urequcucsIpctiljj tuovnsllip, on, tpip 'Stbvdesonljhver, 6 tmites east of Ie+ buotire-s lhail dire't tdIHeeasleyifll tlidi daily, roac i.,teroa!i ptits;?i.overitJefttar-. fan 'Iel p r.a 'he septiery at jiarys 'illePif o"tremnely'prety ' the Stevenson FEals!are _twd.omiles distant;, nd"' Toin?iny's Benj" and. Cnhuqy'land Cripeki are, near. It'hi a to.o f 1hot! ý state.school, police s'tatitioniand (itl'i"to es_ " Tlie district is purply gr'azing' iMttis:connnectedJwithNirk-' betlnopg and+ Hertlesville , y.?r+ telephone. .Z . .. , t . .' i')' Popol tion, a$_8iJ:i I !"
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
A postal townhlip on, the Acheroq'RiyeY [ 66 miles east of-dMelbourne. It has a large hotele st?,e, an, satteschpol.',TThe distriet' is pastoral and agricultural, with several goodifmins 1A cross-cointry postal ser viceci magii·tained:;with Marysvill. .and ' Alexandra by1 way,of. Buxton., tri.weekly. 'J.8 1 w ass 'a r lutior, 5p -mO'J1 " file u i~2:
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
:Cnstitnterld 10t:lOt nuiry3 1890. Coin prisine.prtirnm :of Healesiille Slire'."'F!Fo supplying, IIealesville township :and ":part of the prtis i of Gracedale. :Po ulatipo supplieiid.!7?0.?: :-: .:: . _ ....M ,Cniuiriners '---ers'All thle membeirs of he ,Shire Courm'il. E. T. Hail, Clhmirina.i-PE H. C~neron,, ;L.A.L .Goveinmuent noaim nee. Secretar in crlletor-Cas. H. Alex ander: :l'ýreztsurer -.Jnn Corniili.": "' h The water rile is Is. in the £" bhise 'don1 the mmunicipl valuation of property rated if- ,b e mensure, 9d., er,1000 geals ua ?,.. . , . ... ... '-. ' . o
Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
A. prqtty..postal hamilet.situated, atthe fnt of the Black Spurn Fiisher'sCreek, 53 ?iiles eait '6f Mielliourne.' Rail direct to-?Healestille; .thence byrceoach14"ltiililb. It haI an ,god hotel; and.is connectedl witb Ha -lidsii by tIlephne.i . Mrs. Williams' postnistre s: Pp?ulatibn 20
YARRA GLEN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
1 YARRA GLEN RACES. i SThe following are the entries: and weights ,in connection with the above aces, -iichl are t be held on Thuarsday next - .. " ~IFLYING STAKES.'' st lbi Gwendoline... ... ... ... 9 0 Gelanor ...' ..- .. , .. 8 8 Woodbine ... ... 8 Grandiflora .. ... ... ... 8 0 The Vixen . .. . ... 8 0 Raven, . 8 0 Brunette . .... 712 Evelan' 7 3 :Lady Mar.... ..7 1 S TARRA GLEN HANDICAP.' ; ," . ...t lb Gelanor . ... ... .. 9 Dauntles ... .. ... ... 7 The Vixen ... ... ... .8. 8 Raven ... ... ... ... 8 2 Pride of the Hills .. ... ... 8 0 Wanderer..... ... 7 10 Grandiflora ... ... ... ' .. 7 9 Nillumbick ... .. .... ... 7 4 Sceptic ... .. ... ... 7 0 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. st 11 Gelannor ... ... ... ..12 0 Duplicate .... . ... .. .. 11 .4 Dinny . . ... ... ... 10 4 Wanderer . ... ... . 10 4 Sceptic ... ... ... ... !0 0 TRIAL STAKES. Alima Gwendoline, Dauntlessi Nillum bick, Raven, Brunette, and Lady Mdr. SELI;ING RACE.: :' ".: :Duplicate, Volga, and Walba.; : .i
THE DRIVER'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
THE DRIVER'S STATEMENT. John Shepherd, the driver of the wrecked locomotive, was interviewed at his residence, Richmond, the same night. His head was heavily band, aged hilt he stated that he felt much better and would soon be about.. He did not know how the explosion. occurred, and he would hazard no con jecture. -The engine had been running siuce 4 o'clock on Saturday morning ald appeared to be in the best"of trim.J The steam gauge showesd a pressure of 130 lb., the ordinary working standard." If more steam than that had ' leeni generated it would haveescaped through' the safety valve. There was plenty of water in the boiler. ' There, was no jar when the engine pulled up, "and' lhe .looked upon the explosion that followed as quite unaccountable:' For over 20 years he had been driving, and nothing .of the kind had ever. occurred to,hiin before. ' He did not know what damage had teen done at all, because his eyes :had. been so swollen by the' blow he received, from a piece of metal....
LILYDALE v. STEEL'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
* L1LYIALE. 1: 'STEL.'s CiE K. ; The retur' match,'btween the'aboie clubs was coni.niencidl at'Lilydale?on Saturday last. ?'In their first innings Steel's Creek were disposed of for'25, Oliver taking 6 wickets for 10 runs, and Poyner 4 for 15. Lilydale. made S9in- their first inninbi, and-itk-their second:.: abouti' 40 fort tithe :.loss" 'bfo'4' wikes ;: ;
CRICKET. TROPHY COMPETITION. HEALESVILLE v. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
' TROP..Y COMPT 'T ION ' '.lE.LESVII.MLE AV-YVARAGLEN. hThis..rmiatch .a' conmmenced on Saturdarylast; fi''le the Healesvillites journeyed 'to the Gledn in Mr.New :man's: magnificenti drag drawnby; four spanking steeds. .'Before i gocedi further, we "are reluctantly ?cmipelleed to remark that some of th ' 'ea I esvL I players showed great dilitori ne??ih turning up, at the time?i?pplitefor starting, one o'clock; Thdraag iwasasin readiness punctually, bu. .after; two or three had leisurly sauntered. ; a tedious thre-,quarter1.f qn hour .w.a wasted in cal'lingulponf hi' wli emberand that' member'?iith the objec~ oLfinding out whether th ey inended goin g.r not, until the patiende of. those waiting wa . becomini ? " austed. A'st was -at last effected with anytihing hut aigood team on ooarird .l s agreat pity,that d such a difficulty shioild exist in scrap a in'" a teamn together whn .a match is to beý payed away from hotme and in 'done Q;o"two': instances,1 ,we v& believe; ,pla...
WHEN A WOMAN IS READY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
WHEN .;F WOMANh :IS R. ADIY.` C ____-______...._'_._'.,.._-__._,,__'_ :..iJ; She ?!Qriskly) . es; all ieady.: 'He-:t ood .nqughi! iTheni .miay " 6Srh fieiniment. TS o in straig;ht:i 1.i don'-t'elie my hair .looks fit tQbe :seei?n h He- QOli;iyesf; :very nice Hae;you *got eveythriing;- ::* e:d.eaidedly) Everything. t; 1Wi Sdon'tiutthe~li~ght` .u Let temsee what.did.'JI, do '-with- oh, here ti tis. 'Theta all. Y,° .t She 'Harry. These are tierong gloves. '-They ' r-are the old ones Ma sent me ...J ust think, "if I had not discovere4 the mistak~e~ 'The right pair were inimy pocket. ?Nob; if you'll'i - pin .my veil and take this -Wr p over your ari-don't-lose it: .He-We can go, I sppose iN l way;' Lhdd better tiae my smelling i saits; n telling what may Iiaippi He--ShallI, turn tlie-.'. -. `,-'" She- Turn it off"h h- i'tV d r ait an instani.. "aMyssandils " ' I,:'al-ost .forgot, .and it -is. so damip. '-Wili yoi get themi out- of the closet-4eft' co~rer on. the. shelf---and. youil iiave...
HEALESVILLE BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
HEALESVILLE BAND OF OE. m The 'uniicellinious "ent ri n irnr't and limelight views,; in aid r6f 'th lo? iit Band of Hope canie oft2oh Fridy jiikhilt in the United -Methodist Chditci, ab d *%ias a most'decided sucLes. There were fully 150 people present, and al)'Wi¶end ' to thoroughly enjoy thenselv;es bl');f the hearty' way in 'which 'tiey '?'" plauded the various viersi, soigs, t'f recitations which-were given: '?~"l aloveliintittiton ',will gain hfinncial· i to thei extent of £3 3s. 6d. The Rev. Mitr. Gils (president.), openiedt he-smcial-with? prye,"ifter which he introduced Mr.. (1Brett, of. Ringwood, who showed .some really'. inagniBent ptuares from hisihm-igbht. :. lantern. ' Little Jamie waq ihe firastriew shotW n on the calico, a;id proved-to. hea ;very" touching story of how a married muan in good circurustance., through the evil influences of. drink, fails in "'ti,' ness, is compelled to sell his lhomuswold ' etfects and go and reside in oe:tif' th'' worst lanes jin the ci...
LAWN TENNIS. HEALESVILLE V. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
LAWN TENNIS. i . . ? . , .;-. HEALFYVILLE V. LILYDALE. Four ladies and two gentlemen, viz., Mrs. George, and Misses P. Shaw, M. Hancocl, and M'Gretton, and Dr. J. C. Baird and the Rev. F. H. Gibbs, journeyed to -til?hl?'?ai' i' Wednesday last to try conclusions, with the 'mem bers of that club... In spite of the in tense heat, a very enjoyable afternoon was spent, and after partaking of rr freshments kindly provided by the ladies, a pleasant drive home ended the day's proceedings. The results of the play are: i Miss M'Gretton and Miss M. Han cock beat Mrs. Stobie and Miss Hut ton-4-6, 6-3. Mrs. George and Miss P. Shaw lost to Miss Hutton and Miss M. Hutton -1-6, 2-6. Mi, Gibbs and Miss M'Gretton lost to Mr. Mitchell and Mrs. Stobie 2-6, 6-4. Dr. Baird and Miss Hancock lost to Mr. Hutton and Miss M. Hutton 4-66 6-5. A return match is to be played at an early date on the Healeaville court. Arithmetic teacher : "Now, Tommy, you have finished tables. Twelve quires make what ?" Robbie; i...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
Local &.Geneiral News. "The first meeting of the newly-eon. 2tituted Board of Advice, No. 396; foi the Shire? of fHealesville. School " Dis. trict was held on Tuesday'evening last There were present` the Rev. PF.. Gibbs, wlio was appointed Chairman'tu 'the .Board '(in ,the chair), Dr. Baiird and Messrs` .'H. Alexander, E,'. M -Furmatoni, and °R.1 Allan. Dr. Baiic was appoinited correspondent, and Mr, Alexander, Dr. Baird, aid; the'Rev Mr. Gibbs were elected school visitori for Heales.illeand Constable Tucker wa. -io be requested to act in a like capacitl rt"fr Marysville." The consent of the Board was given to" the Rev.vMr Gibbs to impart religious instruction tc children attending school in accordance with the prop iioins ,of. the Educatior Act. O:ur- Marysville friends are takinit ini'iatory steps in a conmendnlpahl di reetion, :It: will be seen by advertise nient ini our business coluinsi that J' Eason, Esq., J.P." 's convened s public meetin.g to be held at Walker'. Hote...
The Guardian PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 26 January 1894
PUBLISHED-FRIDAY tMp9BIiiGS. . .... . .. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2s, 1894; • . THE life and death of the non. lamiented iMrs.. Knorr brings up the question of purity. ",11 other sexual questions are mere effects playing .., about -,the greater question of phurity. Whole reams have been stained with articles and letters on the subject of age of consent,; and acts of Parliamentaredraughted for the protection of women and girls, but until the women and girls are determined to be pure in 'thought,' ,wdid and "actiofn the statutes in references to sexual propriety are merely aste paper. The.. baby far cmrer, as a -rule, :would not exist if the illegimate infant did fiot exist, and the babe boirn out of wedlock woutild le boutt of th'e world as well as out of wedlock, if men and. women were pure. Iripure 'they "can" ch'e~it the Legislature, 'and himblig the police, and they are aided in doing so by sundry juack; doc tors, unscrupulous midwives, and baby farmers. , ,The im - pure man or woman 'is ...