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The Guardian. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1898. A GERMAN ORIGINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 October 1898

PrU?ISIIED SATURtDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1893. A GERMIN ORIGINAl.TION. A CIRCULAR has been received at th.i office-and presumably at all news paper offices in Australia-requesting that if any leading or other article has appeared in the "Guardian" on the late Prince Bismarck, four copies of the issue containing such shall be sent to a certain agent in Sydney. It is explained that the request is made on tehalf of the Consul-General for Ger many, aend that it is desired to have all Australian publications containing articles on the late Statesman pre served in the archives of the Bismarck Museum in the Fatherland. If this paper remembers rightly, it has not written any stirring article on the late Prince, and it is rather too late to do so now,.as people will have begun to forget him. Also, if we remember rightly, German posterity has done nothing for us, excepting the fact that our colony is swamped with " Made in Germany" manufactures, so that we shall not accuse ourselv...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. DICKSON V. McCAW. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) (To the Editor Healesville Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 October 1898

S 'CORRESPO'NDENCE. DICOKSON Y. McCAW,: (We do no0i necessarily endorse. trn e opir.niois of our coirrespo.dents.) (To thi Edetrer Healeaville Guardian.). Sir,--The report of this case in the "Argus" of the 21st., has caused en quiries as to my connection with it, and, for the information of my friends and the justification.of my-action, may I ask you to be good enough to insert .he following explanation:-r In the year 1891 DMr. Joseph Flan agan entrusted to nmy late huisband for safe keeping, a valuable gun; a pair of boots, and a pair of. leggings, which were safely stored in the house occu pied by myself and family, except when required-hby Mr. 'Flanagan- when he visited St. Hubert's. My husband was manager of the.St. Fltibert's estate for. Mr. Andrew Rowan, from 1889 to 28th March, 1899, when -he met with a painful accident while in the execution of his duly-at the vintage then in -progress, from 'the result of which lhe died a month later, and,. when .I was moving mn personal e...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROSPECTING IN THE EAST-WARD RANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 October 1898

PROSPECTIIG.IN THE EAST WARD RAXGES. A gentleman who has spent much time in prospecting the ranges to the eastward, sends the following interesting communi cation to us for publication : . There is not much to occupy the atten tion of a prospector till nearing Warbur ton, where this is a grand track of easy grade. When a river makes up its mind to form a track it is done properly, and one could almost imagine it thoroughly understood the law of gravitation. I met with Mr. Traill, at one time a resident of Healeaville, who has been appointed to lay down a tramway and mill site, to be ready when the railway arrives. In passing through the district one must admit of the necessity there exists for a railway, when it is considered they are sending their products via Lilydale and IHealesville to Matlock. The first observation of rocks is at Warburton, a massive chain of which (of the granite order) shapes its course towards Marysville. Proceeding along the- road I noticed, a large tin -st...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN AND HORSE RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 October 1898

WOMEN &ND HOIRSE RA!CING. JUDGE Molesworth has been greatly shocked because one of his feminine clients in the Insolvency Court un blushingly acknowledged having made a wager on the Caulfield Cup.. We read, " The .open .confession of the :wi6iai that she made the 'bet .,hcrself on the couise' grieved Judge Moles worth," and he reflected, " it is a most pitiable sight to see these women mak ing wagers on the racecourses. Per !aps it is a pitiful sight, but it is much too common -to be shbocked at every time. People who visit Melbourne to-. day to see the Derhy, or who intend Iwitnessing the Cup on Tuesday next, muy see a great many women " hacking their fancy," and showing their fami liarity wih :the turf by going-womnan like-from hookinaker to bookmaker, trying to fiid where they may secure the longest point of odds. It is not a particularly uedifying spectacle truly, but still it is to be seen. Not only are women to he seen betting that cer tain horses will -win; some of th...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VALEDICTORY TO MR. H. CLARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 October 1898

VALEDICTORY TO MRI II. CLAIkI[E. St. John's schoolroom presented a very animated appearance on Thurs t day evening, when a l?rge number of friends and well-wishers of Mr. H. o Clarke assembled to do him honor o prior to his intending dep.'arture from Sa~iyqngs tem. qnd, -at- - present him with a token of the esteem. Sini which he is held by his brethren. s It is a very short time since Mr. Clarke signified his intention of leav ing ITealesville for the purpose of going to Woods Point, where he. in tends to settle down, but as soon as f his rumored departure was made Slnown, it was felt ly adherents of the t Church of England that they could not allow that gentleman to quit tlhe scene of his old labors without giving him some memento as a mark of ahp precidation in which he is held, and to serve as an acknowledgment of the many services rendered by him to St. John's Church and the Sunday School during his residence in fHealesville. With this object in view, a committee was appointed,...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 October 1898

V..,C. SPRING MEETING. i (By our Sporting Contributor.) What's going to win the Cup' On Tuesday last, final acceptances were declared for the Melbourne Cup, to he run on Tuesday, and it is my intention to try and select the winner amongst the 32 horses remaining in the race, but as I do not claim to be infallible, my sporting readers will, I hope, bear with me in my criticisms of the various celebrities of the turf under mentioned. Nevertheless, I would liked to have been able to wait until I saw the result of to-day's racing, as I should then be able to write with a greater degree of certainty, hut how ever, I shall anticipate according, to my convictions, and the horse that I give below will carry my " bit" despite anything said of him. As one glances at the weights, it is seen that Amberite heads the list with 9.11, a big weight for a young four-year-old (three pound less than his illustrious dad humped into second place at the same age) but his position with a like weight in the...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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THE UPPER CHAMBER v. ONE MAN-ONE-VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 October 1898

TlE UPPER CHAMBlER v. ONE MAN.ONE-VOTE. THE Legislative Council in its capacity as Ruler over the Lower House, and by whose vote a measure either be comes law or is thrust aside, certainly displays an antagonism towards the One-Man-One-Vote Bill which is hard to understand." Several times the Assembly have passed the Bill, but the Council have always thrown the mea sure out. It still finds the one-man one-vote a bitter pill to swallow, and seems determined to resist to the last. Other Australian colonies have adopted this wid4 franchise, and whether it be good orI Victoria inevitably must do the-saie :~P?i the Council d?e no??t give up hope'of blocking the Bill, and there seems to be a determination to tack on the "thrift" vote by some ,eans. If the proposal were to alter the franchise for the Council, then the Council, heing most directly concerned, might with justice claim the chief voice in the matter. But the Assembly should be the best judge of the fran chise upon which it shou...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 October 1898

GENERAL NE WS. -o: Last Sabbath (Elospital Sunday) was observed in all the. local churches. At the Church of England the col lection amounted to £4 7s., and a box left at the business places of Mr. Matthews and Mr. Burt gave the re turn of 7s. and Ils. 9d. respectively. Ten shillings was the amount raised in the Methodist Church, and £3 Gs. in the Presbyterian. The local bowling green was opened on Thursday afternoon, when a large number of people attended to witneas the ceremony. Mr. G. S. Matthews, president of the club, made a few per tinent remarks in opening the green I for play, explaining that he would like to see a greater interest taken by out siders in the club. Afternoon tea was F provided by Mr. and Mrs. Matthews, t who were ubiquitous in their endeavors s to cater for visitors, and the large t number of ladies and gentlemen present reciproc:toad the kindly feeling ex- pressed towyards them Ly the host and hostess. Several scratch games were contested,land the ladies ent...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 October 1898

HEALESVILLE BAKERY. :C M JURY l3 EGS to inform the residents of L ealesville, Narhethong, Bidxton, Narysville, and surrounding districts, that helhas taken the 1 -I Old Es0tablished Business I I I Of Mr. N.ClOhri.tensen, And under the minagemu, nt of Mrs. E. I1OLMI'TS, he hIpes. by civility and atlention to hbusinesd to merit a fair share of their patronage. I'o= bit the best c01"s of Gcods SKEPT. Best Bread (white 'and malt) in the district. ... ....Catsi. ani l mall Goods a Epecially, Pleasc' noto the address. (hriitensen's Old Established 'Business, under the m;nagement of MRS. E. ROBERTS. A Eoma e's Ode. I F your Boots shou!d want renairing. Then do not fail to call At W. J. H.ARLEY'S Hospital, Next to the Shire Hall. Thoutgh only a shabort time in the town, The trades he does is surprising It's becau::e he does work cheapand well, And keeps on advertising. For many taoke their boots to-him, And save thetnselves much treuble, Who got their shoes repaired elsewhere, Now find they...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 October 1898

Fruit & Grain SEASON 1897-8. LARGE CROPS and GOOD PRICES. FOR FARMERS and FRUITGROWERS is the wish of BEEHIVE STORES, Main Street, LI- LYD .ALE. Established 188G,6. Who in anticipation of a Good Season have made Extensive Purchases of DRAPERY, BOOTS and SHOES. Latest Novelties in DRESS GOODS, . TRIMMINGS, . BOLEROS. SEQUIN COLLAPETTES. NEW? "STOC?" COLLA-S & OUFFS. MIVILLINGT F RY. rrimmoed millinery a speciality Dressmaking by a FIRST-CLASS HIAND Fit Style and Workmanship Guaranteed. Fancy Prints, Muslim, Nainsooke Batistes, Zephyrs, Canvas Cloths. Calicoes, Sheetings Drills, iolland. Striped Galateas, Fancy Drills. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT 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 G(.uaranteed. :BOOTSI ;argest Stock in the District. Best Maker.- Only GROCERY DEPARTMENT. BEST GOODS. AT Lowest Prices AS SS 0U A. ]L AGENCIES: Incandescent Gas Light, Royal Ins...

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Presbyterian Church Services. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 October 1898

PresbyteriaIn Church Services. Uenlesvi?le-Sunday, Oct. 30th. - Morn ing-11, Evening 7. Preacher-l ev. D. Bruce.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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A RIDE WITH THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 November 1898

A RIDE WITII THE CZAR. Among the most famous sights of St Pearstihrg is a filue equestrian statue in bronze of its ,renowned creator, Peter the Great. lThe figure-which' stands on the left ifnk of the Neva, opposite the Senate House--is appropriately mounted on a huge bloc!: of grey granite from East Finland, which was one of Peter's first conquests. The great Czar is represented as sitting erect on a rearing horse, and pointing with his right hand to the spot on the opposite bank where he built with his own hands in 1701 the first house of his new capital, while beneath his horse's hoofs lies crushed the serpent that typifies the grovelling ig norance and superatitution which impeded his grand designs. Now, it happened that one cold autumn night an English sailor, who had just landed from a newly-arrived cargo steamer, was strolling back across the Senate-House Square, and, as his ill-luck would have it, stopped to take a passing look at the im perial statue. " Well, if that's the ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 November 1898

A welil-knowin surgeon was performing a?- dlicult (operation at one of hospitals the *i;tihr da'v, when tie patient suddenly died. ' Now,' said the surgeon to the arssambled students, ' will show you, gentlemen, how I should have completed the operation had the unfortunate patient nriot succumbed.' A schoolmaster, hletin:rg on:e of .his scholars read, the- boy, whenll he cuanre to hre word ' honor;' pr,dro:uced it in full. The roaster told hint that it sl.oa!d be pronounced without thie ' h,' a3 rtmhus, 'onour.' ' Very well. sir,' rep"lied 1li lad; '1 will remnumrber it :i tihe futu:re.' ' Aye,' said the master; 'al:rays drol, tl Ir ' h'' The next ruorning, the nmsr:r's tea and hot munfin was briought I? nh desk; but the dlii?es of his voca:li,n, made him wait until it was cold, whn:,. addressing the same bob:, he told hitm It take it to the fire and hao i%. ' -e. sir,' replied the scholar; and tiking it to tlie, ate it. 'XPresently the master called fr his muffin. ' 1 eat it, as yo...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 November 1898

Pains in the stomach,' unpleasant taste, and fulness after meals, drowsi ness, nausea, vomiting, distaste for food, lack of energy, peevishness, pallid complexion, bad breath. Those are the symptoms of indiges tion and dyspepsia,: and have been cured time' after time by the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. What Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People have done for others they will do for you. " Reader, if you are a sufferer, you are invited to write SI to us. Please tell r your friends they can write; it may be news to them, _I and the means of saving years of 0 distress and pain. 3 Address : Dr. Wil liams' Medicine SCo., Sydney. Feeble & weary 3ý women are cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale . . . People. Liver & Kidney Trouble. CLEMENTS TON C Saves His Life. The Case of Mr. Louis Bernasconi. (BY OUR SPECIAL REPORTER.) "I WAs seized," said Mr. Bernasconi, "with violent pains across the back." Our reporter was seated opposite the speaker in Mr...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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How Influenza Weakers. Strength, Vigor, and Beauty given to a Suffering Girl. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 November 1898

EHow Ihuenza Weakens. Strength, Vigor, and Beauty given to a Suffering Girl. The after effects of Influenza made Miss Jamieson, of Autumn Street, Ashby Gee long Victoria, exceedingly weak and wretched. Below she tells a startling nar rative. "Some few years ago," she told a repor ter, "I suffered from a very severe attack of influenza. I could never get rid of its after-effects untill I tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People. Although generally experiencing robust health, when at last I was able to leave my room I was almost of ghostly proportions. But in March of last year I commenced to exper ience great inconvenience from pains in my right side. I consulted a medical man who said that it. was merely the after effects of Influenza, and I was not to worry myself. Bot, as the pains continued I went to Melbourne to consult a specialist. He informed me it was partial paralysis. He put me thaough treatment that left me as I was, and I returned home fairly worn out. Whether the ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 November 1898

.DR. WILLIAMS' PIJVI' PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE Are a great blood purifier - and nerve tonic'; they cure when other remedies have failed- Anaemia,-. Rheumatism, Sciatica, Sleeplessness, Neuralgia, Indigestion, Paralysis,"Locomotor Ataxia; St. Vitus' Dance, Sic:.Headaches, Nervous S"ness, General: Weakness, 'etc. They restcre the pretty, color to pale cheeks, and are a specific for S troubles. peculiar. to ladies, while in men they produce a radical cure in all cases arising' from Mental Worry, Overwork; and Excesses of any nature.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Another Consumption Cure. An Australian Testifies to his Extraordinary Recovery. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 November 1898

Another Consumption Cure. An Australian Testifies to his Extra. ordinary Recovery. ,' Eight years ago," said Mr. Eastwood of Stanley street, South Brisbane, Queen land, to a reporter, " the first symptons of what afterwards proved a vary serious complaint manifested themselves. My right breast first warned inc of danger. I suffered pains of an acute, darting cha racter which seemed to increase when in a recumbent position, 'particularly when I lay on my right side. Doctors prescribed but their remedies proved futile. The symptoms became more aggravated. The pain increased to other parts of my body even my neck being effected, and the right shoulder. I became so ill that I was in capacitated from preforming my daily avocation. I distinctly rtmember being troubled with a cough ahd this alarmed me still further and my worst fears were rea lised when the doctor diagnosed my com plaint as the primary stages of cohsumption First they had told my I had inflammation of the liver. I resolved...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 November 1898

Cycling Notes. s1 ------ - Y The appearance of the handicaps of a the Austral Wheel Race is usually the occasion for the public to discover that some dozen and a half riders have been "let in." On this occasion there is one rider who has not, that is 0. B. Kellew, on scratch. The attempt of the Menlbourne Bi cycle Club to wrest the honors of the Dunlop relay ride from the Christ church Club was a failure. The fastest section was ridden by Bob Lewis, in 24½ minutes, who has been riding un commonly well lately, and can have no reason to complain of his treatment at the hands of the Austral handicappers, who have given him 90 yards. That cycle racing has made great strides in public favor is evidenced by the enormous number of cycle meet ings that are announced to take place in country places. There is hardly a town in Australia that has not made for itself a four-lap track during the winter, and training operations are everywhere going actively forward. It has been prophesied, with so...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROSPECTING IN THE EASTWARD RANGES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 November 1898

PROSPECTING IN THE EAST. WARD RANGES. After a little digression in my last, I proceeded along, and came in contact with the "long and short," of Wood's Point fame, two well-known prospec tors, which appellation is derived in consequence of the one being remark ably tall, and the other quite the op posite. I learnt from them they are prospecting at the head of Damper Creek, but are now on their way to the junction to meet the packer from Ma rysville, who is a son of Mr. Barton, our well-known councillor, a fine in telligent young .fellow, who goes up every Friday to. supply the mining camp with food, tools, &c., and like wise the weekly newspapers, of which I. notice the " Leader" is the most popular. Proceeding up a leading range, and. " napping" some very pro mising quartz, I drop on a party of sluicers, who explain to me that the watershed leads up to Donovan's Creek, and I also ascertain that the.range I have left leads to Chester and Locke's claim, going north, and that ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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The Light of the Future. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 November 1898

The Light of tho Future. The manufacture of.water-gas is a pro cess of decomposition of water in the form of steam, by passing it through incaudes cent fuel. There being no condensible products, condensers are unnecessary, and the gas is simply passed through a scrub ber to wash and cool it before passing it into th" gas-holder. The apparatus re quired for producing water-gas consists of: 1. The generator, a vessel constructed of boiler plate and lined with firebrick, and provided with certain valves for the con trol of air, gas, and steam. 2. The scrub her, a cylindrical vessel charged with coarsely-broken material, on which a spray of water continually falls, and through the interstices of which the gas passes after leaving the generator. An hydraulic seal with dip-pipe prevents the return of gas from the scrubber into the generator. 3 The holder for storing the gas. 4. Two or more purifiers, when the gas is to be used for lighting purposes, to remove the last trace of sulphorette...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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