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BOWLING. HANDICAP TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

BOWLING. II. ADICAP TROPHY. On Monday afternoon last, Messrs. Earley (scratcli) aand Alexander (3) contested their mvch in the fourth round for the above trophy. The game resulted in an easy victcry for the scratch man by 20 points. Scores --Harley, 31; Alexander, 11. Messrs. Baird: (scratch) and Tevlin (3) played their fourth match for the same trophy on W\ednes;ay afternoonz last. The scoring was very even until the twenty-second end, the totals.then: being;Baird,,20; Tevlin, 19. From; this out the doctor scored 11 points to his opponent's - five. Scores - Baird, 31 ;..Tevlin, 2-1. Yesterday -afternoon, Messrs. Baird ..(scratch) and Bull (7) played their last match in this ..competition. The doctor made up. his handicap at the -tenth end, the scores being 10 all. At .15 both -players ,.vere. even, and 28 all were the totals, after. which. the, ,doctor went out v.-ithout -his opponent scoring. Totuls--Baird, 31; Bull, 28. The position of players to date are as follows :- ,Player. P...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

(IIEALESVILLE SilRE COUNCIL.. . special smeeting of the aborve: council was held cn Monday evening; last, in the Council Chamber, to pass the accounts held over from, the last, ordinary meeting. Present--Cr. 1lat-` thews (President), in the chair; Sand' Crs. Sloss and Bailey. Accounts to the amount of £195 18s. 9d. were' passed for payment, on the: motion of Crs. Sloss and Bailey. THE LATE OR. CHa'NDLER. The President said it was with feel ings of regre that he had to refer to the death of Cr. Clhandler. They felt his loss very much. He was a., good councillor, had been twice elected to a: seat at the table, and had occupied the prebident's chair. His death caused a' vacancy in the council which would be' hard to fill. "He moved. that a' letter' of condolence be sent to 11irs. Chanrller,` sympathising with her in her- sad be reavement, and that it be recorded in the minutes of the council. Cr. Sloss seconded the motion, but regretted the circumstance that occa-I sioned it. Cr. Chand...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

GAZETTE? NOTICES. The undermentioned notices-appeared in last week's " Government Gazette ": Public Service Examination--Cleri cal Division-At the examination for the Clerical. Division - held -on 16th Dec. 1899, ".98 condidates (officers of the.non-clerical division) satisfied the aminers." Amongst the: -successful ones were J. C. Bayford, 1473, of the Healesyille post-office. . Contracts accepted Post Office-To: and from Buxton and Narthethonn, three daysaa week. from the 1rt Nov. 1899. to 30th June, 1902, at the rate of £20 per. annum.-F. Niclols. F.Yoage-Police stations - Healesville and Yarra Glen, J. Bourn; AMarys ville, Dixon Bros.; Yarra Junction; T. R..Rush.. . . Application for La.?.a .Approver- Isaac R... Grayv -parish Gr,,yere. 76a. 3r. 4p .. Phillip Lowe, parii ,W arhur ton, allot. 47-54, section BA; 20 acres Thos. Young parish Warhurton, allot 15-9, sec. B, IS . 3r. 34n.; see. A, la Schedule of ?aplication for the issue of Crown "rants.-.Ino.. L"wis, parish Wandrin Yal...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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TOOLANGI. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

TOO.LANGI. - :o: - .'(From our Correspondent) . .-Again have the-fires visited,.si..and but for the spllendid .fall of rainilarge portions-of the forest must- haive suf .fered ..A large .number of- palings have been lost, the large- stacks at. what is known as the landing at the head of...the cutting being all . con sumnd; the .lossl, falling on .the.huyers. Beahs'. tnill had a .narrow .escape,. the fire ha~liipi round it for several dclays, hut the- continual care of All hands saved it from ruin, . The new mills are now in fall swine, :which .means an output. of a.bout 10,000 ftet ýaily.. Sofar the: -illers are. handicapped hby the want of teams to do the carting which, I think, could be easily reimedied by rmnking thefact properly, .known. A ..large demand exists for this class of timber. Nothing has yet re9ulted from the visit paid some time ago by the Yea Shire Engineer.. Great proriiises were mide, hut-noathing else lilkely to cost money. , Were the councillors as ready in spen...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

BJsliousness. A Desperate State of Health. Greeat .L o l-' The Case o0 TURS. IARY AuN CROPiE. (A1 lI'erort-.-r Iat.ririir.: ) " oiw was it yfi, liceaule 'ick ? - hliat was tile cautse of ;o utr nl Il dil} ? ' Trites. are questions that very few p- ti-.zs can answer. Jicknesa, for tl:e Ii,, - p,.rt, saniak.s into the huan: nu citadel nopeceiveld, ihke a athief in lth- night or ait Ber shaowinoi the white filg. This refllection was atrou-e I by the. au?wer made to our r'-iporter by M1rs. 5Mhary Ann Crowe, of 48 s. kyi-street., Cailton? as to what reason she c..uit ;vs-ig.u for the dte ,lful sickness site 1:ad pai i -el thr,, .h. lers. C:owe said, " I have thot,:.ht it ra git lhave been the honie, or tie htd sp -11 ,.f w.. ather to h iiich Melhiburte ias n j ot ; but. my dut or saidi it was i.ge.!y o.vttng to, atx:ety .nad overwork. lie trliated ie for st.i, titilie with no good reasult sand then advised aily goine t to the hospitl. "'Will you tell tme hle:v yvnu silffr.-d," said the u...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

G. Sutherland returned to New Zealand by the s.s. Mokoia, where he will cocnpete in a series of matches with E. Reynolds to decide which rider goes to Paris as the New Zealand representative. We note by English files that the War Office is inviting tenders for the construc tion of five 2 ton motor waggons for use in South Africa. " Better late than never;" but we are afraid that by the time these motors are constructed the war will be over, and consequently little opportunity afforded of showing whether these motors are of any practical value in warfare in such a country a?: Sonth Africa. H. S. Maxim, the well-known manufac turer of the Maxim gun, has now gone in to the automobile indnstry, anl has floated r conipany with £25,000 capital. Cyclist messengers are being used to keep uip communicttion with M1afýking. One of them who recently succeeded in getting through the Boer lines states that lie rode altogether about 600 miles, and had several hair-treth-escapes of being cap tured....

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

Closo Soason :or Gamo, &o. THE WnHOLE YEAR: ALL bi' s, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Austialia, and their-produer jincluding eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer epithianuras,- fan-tails, fly-catc:hers, great kinglisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. - - as, podargua or mopokes, aa:.,? . t,-, southern stone plover or curtow, -wallows, warblers, white swans, wietns. JUNE 14 TO DECEMBER 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds AUGUST 1 TO FEBRUARY 28 : Bronze-winged Sr other wild pigeons. quail. AUcGUST 1 to DECEMBER 20. All birds known as cranes, such as herous, egrets, &c. ; all honey-eaters except wattle birds and leather-heads; all kingfishers other tlhsl the laughing Jackass; all snein hers of the grauculus famsily ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-hird, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all other members 'f the rail f...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

CYCLING NOTES. The Dunlop motor tandems left Mel bourne last Friday for Sydney, where they will be used for pacing the con testants in the 3 Miles Paced Tour nament which opened on the Sydney Cricket Ground last Monday night. The races will be conducted under acetylene gas, which proved such a success as an illuminating power at the recent Sydney night meetings. The Tournament will consist of four heats, two semi-finals, and a final. The fol lowing eight riders are selected for the contest-R. H. Walne, W. C. Jackson, S. E. Gordon, D. Walker, A. C. Forbes, W. M'Donald, R. W. Lewis, and R. Mutton, .a field that represents ab solutely the pick of the Australian cracks. The four heats have been drawn in the following couplets-Jack son v. Lewis, Walne v. Forbes, Mutton v. M'Donald, and Gordon v. Walker. The meeting extends over three nights, concluding on Monday the 12th inst. The overland trio, the White Bros. and D. M'Kay, have arrived safely at the Eucla telegraph station (S. A.), and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

E3ALESVILLE M. 2OTEL, N1OHOLSON.STREET. THOS. BOONE, PROPRIETOR. Good Acommoro?tioh. Moderate Ta;iff. Only the Best Wines and Spirits' kept. VISITORS can 'rely'o'rgetting"OOD. ACCOMMIODATION. NEALS-ONE SHILLING. T.B., whilst tlha?'iking his patrons for past favors, hopes iy. civility and strict atteritlii-io business to, 'merit a- n tinuance of their Ipatronage. YARRA FLATS HOTEL. GOOD ACCOMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS, CYCLISTS AND TOURISTS. ~ood'Shooting and Fishing in Season., -Horses and Traps to hire adt -Miloderate Rates. Best Wines, Ales, and Spirits Kept in Stock. Ju 1VINJ1 PROPRIETOR, YARRA GLEN • ROAD. W. H. HOOPER, PRACTICAL TAILOR, MAIN - ST., LILYDA LE. A GOOD SBZT CMADE TO TROUSERS FROM i2. 6d. Large assortment of AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS -o choose from. Tz'A +g5 . Solicited. icHealesville visited every month. Orders inay be left with Mn. W; J. LtOST MANHOOtD ferrous Debility, &o., from youthful fdlly, ecceies od mny cause. Guaranteed CURE. A great Scientitfo tlicover...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

-PEiAOo1S FOR 'AfVEzRnTa... -4-c-- ADVERTISINlo is the chief auxiliary of trade -Tooke Adl'ertising is not th. V6itd'to success; but success itself.-Richardson. Advertise your business; I owe all my nsuccess to it.-P. T. Barnum. The most truthful part of } newspaper is its advertisements. -Jeffrson. The mai wivho pays more for shop rent tihanadvertising d?es not know his business -Horace Greley. low can one. man know: what you !wsat huless you ask for it, or what you have is sell unless you advertise it-l-MuratHlalt stead. The advertisements which appear in a ipubli jdirnal lake rarink nilrieg the inast significaht indications of the-state of society' of that time and place.--Dickens. If you advettish, it gives your place c teputation aroauid folks will crowd to your rarehouge and keep lively. If .yot don't want to do anything, keep as still as -you "ean-C. - F. Browne. There is an absolute necessity for adver tiing .thert is a: great kagerness to compete for altentiun,' and nio one...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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ACHERON RIVER WATERSHED VICTORIA STATE FOREST. WEDNESDAY, 10TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

ACHERON RIVEKR WATERSiED VICTORIA STATE FOREST. WEDNESDAY, 10TH FEBRUARY. Members present-The Hon. A. L. Tucker,,+mP. in the chair; A. S.I Bailes, Esq., M.P. ; J. B. Burton, Esq.. MI.P.; The Hon. D. Ham, M.L.C.; D. Ker, Esq., MI.P. The followi.n'g is a condensed report: of the evidence taken by the Forest Commission in dealing with the pro posed alienation of a part, of the Ac heron territory, by the Metropolitan Board, for water supply purpose- . Edmund Gerald FitzGibbon, .Chair; man of, the Melbourne and Metro- politan Board of Workls, sworn and examined. By the Chairman.-?Applicatioin lasa been made by, the Metropolitan Board of Works for the reservation of 12,800 acres of lant on the Acheron River watershed. It is stated the Lands Department plans have lately .been dis-. coverd to be incorrect with regard to the source of this stream and that it is necessary for the proper water supply. of the metroplis that this area should be vested in the Board ?-Yes. The Engineer of Water Su...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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PRIZE DISTRIBUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

PRIZE DISTRIBUTIONb At the Church of Enigland Sunday School 0on Tuesdiy eveninig last, the prizes won by the scholars -during the year 1899 were distributed. The prizes were a very nice collection of books, which will no doubt be Appre ciated by the successful ones.. There was a good attendance, considering the rough weather condlitions, and the Rev. E. S. Chase, in his 6pening re marks, said it was the first time prizes hid been given in connection with the school, but hoped it would be the beginning of a custom that would last. To those who .had not won prizes, he trusted it would be an incentive to make them t'ry to secure prizes at the end of the present' year. He hoped the successful ones would take their prizes home and take great care of them.. Mr Sumner (superintendent) said he wouiid like to have seen a larger number of parents present to see the children receive their prizes, but no doubt the bad weather and domestic duties, and perhaps sickness, had kept I them away. The ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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YARRA TRACK MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

YARRA TRACK MINING. . - :0:- - Messrs. Chester and Locke are stilt engaged takifig ..out? a cr~shing, from the Golden Secret, .ýoping from the winze sunk from the .tunnel... No trouble is experienced from the water, and we learn that the reef is as. good. in appearance as the. stone .from . thd upper workings, .which yielded.over 3oz.,.or, judging by specimens. taken ope", better.., This. shoot of gold, the lonigest, in the ranges, is tfficially .de scribed as being 500ft. in length, but Messrs.. Chester and Locke now state that they have trace I it along the sur- 1 face in unbroken continuity for 700ft. The promoters, it. is statedInteralia, intend to make one more attempt to float the clai::, on the market, as there is no doubt that under favorable con ditions it would have been fully sub crihed on the occasion when it was put on the market If the ne.t negotiation fail, Messrs Chester and Locke declare that it is the last time they .will have anything to do with the flotation of a...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

THANKS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. SIR, —I would be glad if you will permit me to use your journal to tender publicly to Messrs. M. J. and D. Sheehan, the heartfelt thanks of the widow and other relatives, for the unremitting kindness and attention shown by them to my late brother, Thos. G. Chandler, during the last few days of his life, and for the trouble, labor and expense they voluntarily took upon themselves in connection   with the funeral and other matters, thus relieving us of many painful   duties. We desire to assure the     brothers that their kindness will never be forgotten, and that we consider our selves under a debt of gratitude to them which can never be discharged. —Yours. etc., W. CHANDLER, SENR.   Healesville, 7/3/1900.  

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1600. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1600. t] GENERAL NEWS. d . Alpropos of the paragraph which ap peared iiio?ir last issue respecting the t proposed 'establishment of a local volditeer `rifle corps, we have been s given to understand that the shire sec- t retary is now in communication with the Minister for Defence, and that as soon as the necessary information is acquired, a meeting will be convened by the President of the Shire (who has interested himself in :the ~iatter) for the purpose of pushing aheal the suggested formation of the corps. The welcome rain of last week came as a great blessing to the colony generally, and it is not too much to say that had it not come so oppor tunely, much would have had to be written of the ruin and devastation wrought by the dread enemy, fire. It is pitiful to dwell upon the harrow ing scenes which attended the bush fires in Gippsland recently, but there is cause for thankfulness that a greater loss of life and property was averted by...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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DEATH OF CR. THOS. GEO. CHANDLER, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

DEATH OF ClRt. THOS. GEO. CHANDLER, J.P. 7_-~ Quite a gloom was cast over the town on. Fidiiy.eve,?iig ,last,.when it became known that Cr. Chandler had passed away (at the Melbourne Hos pital) " to that bourne from Whence no traveller, returns." .It was apparent for some time past to those acquainted with the deceased gentleman that he was not enjoying the most robust health, but it was little thought that the end was ao.,near. Mr. Chandler was going sbobit his business as usual a fortnight previous to his death, and within that time, had played a game of bowls ,~ith theo lBal .club against Moonee Ponds, at the. latter place, . On Monday, the . 2th Febru 1ary, Mr. Chandler, proceeded to, Ael bourne, accompanied by a .relative, to ,'seek medical. attendanco and recupera ,tion at the seaside, in the hope that he would be restored to health again. On Tuesday and Wednesday of last week, deceased's condition showed visible signs of ipiprqvement, and, hopes.were entertained that a change...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 9 March 1900

YARRA GLEN. On Monday a disastrous bush fire swept over the Dixon's Creek district. Owing to the high wind and the ter- rible heat all efforts to stop the pro- gress of the fire were unavailing, until the wind suddenly changed. Fortu- nately no lives were lost, but there were several narrow escapes. Mr. Mackenzie's house, together with sheds and waggon, was burnt, and his wife and children only saved themselves by taking refuge in a tank. For a time the State school was in great danger, and had not the elder children worked with a will, the building must have gone. Some of the outbuidings caught fire and were saved with difficulty. The fire, after sweeping through the property of Mr. Tom Bell, had just en- tered Mr. Jno. Williamson's paddock when the change of wind took place and enabled the beaters to get it some- what under control. Miles of fencing and hundreds of acres of grass were destroyed, and several large stacks of palings were burnt. The Toolangi road is almost or quite i...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900

aa dshps and. Exposure 0 Induce .a Troublesome Liver. Clements Tonic Cures. The Case of MIR. CHARLES NLSH P(Reported by a Special.) Our attention was called to the report of a remarkable cure that had occurred to the person of iMr. Charles Nash, bootmaker, of !55 Farady-street, Carlton, and we des patched our representative to enquire as to its truth. Mr. Nash- was at home busy at his wr nk, yet, with the practice of long 7habit, quite able to talk while lie punctuateu his remarks with hammer hits. 'I amn an old army man," said Mr. Nash. "I served a for fifteen sears as bugler in the 14th Foot. In-my military capacity I saw service -at Poverty Bay, New Zealand, under General Chute, in the war against the Blaories: in a Tasmania, as one of the gtadas over, the convicts at Port Arthur; and in South t Africa I was one of the relieving column that went up after Majaba Hill. The I exposure of campaign life brings on' much c sickness, not always at the time, for ? hen you are young you do...

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A VOCAL TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900

A YCCAiL TREE. .It is said that in the great forests of Nubia-: a" tree is to bie found from which, when swayed - by the wind, comes strange sounds, like the notes of a flnte, a.life, or a.penny whistle. This vocal tree is regarded with supersti tious-terror by the natives, and it was .indeed a puzzle to everyone who had heard the mysterious sounds, until some scientific traveller investigated the matter. He found that at certain seasons of the year hordes of insects deposited their .ggs on the young shoots and extremities of the branches. These produced gall-like exeresences about an inch in diameter. When the young insects emerged, small holes were left in the galls. The wind blowing through these little apertures caused the strange noises. It is pro bably the only instance of a tree which bears ready ,nmde whistles.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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DO YOU SUFFER WHEN YOU EAT? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900

DO YOU SUFFER WIIEN YOU EAT? How often something tempting is on the table, but the dyspeptic patient dare not take it. Why.? Because the after:suffering would be greater than the present pleasure. When the food is imperfectly digested the" full benefit is not derived from it by the body, and '.L dare not take it." the purpose-of eating is defeated, no matter how good the food or how care fully adapted to the wants of the body it may be. Certain :foods.;should be avoided by dyspeptics, for; instance, pastry and greasy, rich food, at least until perfect health is restored. Even in full health such food should. only. be used sparingly. There is no better article of diet than milk, but it must be used intelligently. To drink a glass of milk at one draught- is very apt to cause curdling, thus producing indigestion. . Milk should always be sipped slowly, or a piece of bread or cracker taken with it. It. needs no great knowledge to tell wheni one has indigestion, some, or all of the. follo...

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