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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
SEASIDE AND GIPPSLAND LAKES Excunsloss. T O give residents in the country an op portunity of visiting the coast at or near Geelong, Queenscliff, Dean's Marsh, Forrest, Timboon, Portland, Warnatmbool, Port Fairy, Frankston, Bastings, lorning ton, Stony Point,.Sale, Bairnsdale, Foster, Toorn, Welshnool, Alberton, or Port Albert, or the Gippslhnd Lakes.during the summer months, Sea-side Excursion tickets and comn - bined Railwav and Steam-.boat-.tickets for the Gippsland Lakes, available -for one month, will be issued at a low. rate-at the principal stations, from 15th' Novembei-; 1894, till 30th April, 1895. inclusive. The issue of these tickets will not be affected by any other.excursions, For full particik :lrs see posters at all stations. Purchasers of Sea-side tickets to Queenscliff may make Drysdale or Ocean Grove their destination instead, and their tickets will be recognised at the latter stations. The journey may be broken at Melbourne for three days, goingand returning. By or...
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
Hlealesville. A pretty municipal township, with post and telegraph and money-brder. office, and -savings hank, situated at the junction of the Graceburn and Mgroondah rivers, 39 :miles egst of Melbourne. Rail direct-witli Melboprge, Healesville being the terminus. -It has three large first-class hotels and a large temperance hotel ; Gracedale House, a handsome summer resort, is situated near the foot of Mount Juliet, about three miles from the railway station. 'There are a fine ptate school, four churches, branch of thp Colonial Bank, court house, police station, mechanics' institute and., free library, a newspaper (THE HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN), a nuinber .of stores and other places of business. .Extensive recreation 'grounds, -,cleared, improved, and fenced; also beau tiful lawn tennis court and bowyling green. -Trout and blackfish maybe caught in th'e river near Healesville, and; good shooting, ae few miles out. The district is princi-i pally grazing; there are, several orchards a::h...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
THE IEALESYILLE SIHJRE DIREOTORIY. .Countie,_-Anglesey and Evelyn. Pa:rishes-Buxton, Glenwatts, Narhethong Steveuinsn, and part of Gracedale aud Granton. Province-South-Eastern. Alemjlers of Council-Hona. Jas. Balfour, Jas. Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D.. Electoral District-Evelyn. Division HIealesville. Member of Assembly-E. H. Cameron. jElectoral District-Anglescy. Division fMarysville. Member of Asscmbly-M. K. M-Kenzie.
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
Mecalesvillc Shire. C'nstittied a shire, 30th September, j887. Area-'200 sqlare muiles. Popula-" ;tion, 1225 ; rtepayers on roll, 292. An pnal value, £12,602 ; rate, 1s. in £. Rie ,venue, £2,900. President-Edmund J. Iall. Councillors. Edmund J. Hall ... [letires, Aug., 1895 lj'hns. Clements ... . ,, 1895 John Green ... ...... .. 1895 John Holland... ...... ,, 1896 ..To,, l. Keppel ... , 1896 EdwIwt,'l Nichols ... ". ,, 18!; :Stewart Slons ...,, 1897 Thos. Iarton ... .... ,, ,. 1897 Jolhn 'PGretton ... ,, ,, 1897 '-'Tiht Conncteil meets at Daly's Hall on the 4itst Monday in the mntl. OIliuers. Seeretiry, enlleirtr, vahlur, and inspectnr .of ,,isances-l-has. -I. H. Alexanler, Enginwer-Alex. lindgers, C.E. HIeathl officer-J. c. Iaird, I.B.B1.S. Treasure'-Jn Cot ni.lh. Do. . registr aln -Joseph n all, Heailel - sill: ; lHenry Ribinson, lar,',sville.
The Stamp Duties Act. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
The Stamp Duties .A t. As the following scale of duties re quired to be paid it the shape of stamps, which have to be attached to various documents and cancelled in ac curdance with the Stamp Duties Act, may prove of use for reference to our readers, we publish them in full. The table sets out the several documents which come under the operation of the Act, and also the value of the stamps required to be attached to each - B1LL OF EXCIIANG.E. Bill or Exc.hsage anud pru1! aiaoury No .- £ S. tL Where the amlouIt or VYalue , f ila money fir vtl,:h ita hill tor lIote is drawn exceedal £10.000. Lt1rli iort every 1:50 of the .asu a .a 1r ..iue, and also for any frqet.iona.l p.. rt of £50 of Buel altat o" Sih .. 0 1 a. Bill of exchange ilaya ,tl le datn .:ata able with salme duty as ,a plou!iis..r. 1 .La. for saute aselI ilnsL.. (Ellllossed stail n s I la lt he I, tal,whih aitl" be obtaiped at all 1o.st Olti.:es.) EMEiPPTcIOs. 1. Dratft or rr rditrlaawi: by tam Isn':lllar if Victoria tupon...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
OUR AIDIIRESS IS Messrs. Stephens & Son, 'Drapery lVarehouse, Bourke Street, Melbourne. LADIES ! Do your Shopping by the PARCEL POST SYSTEM. 'IEND for Sanpl'es and Patterns. "'A advantnse of our SiPLEsnoD AssoRxLn?r E and VEItY CIIEAP PRICES. \\ are Large Importers, and you will Save Money ly sending to us for every description of i }RAI'RIIY. TIlE BEST VALUE IN THE CITY or out of it ,VL' Dress Materials. Lovely Hats and OVl E'L Mill nery. Lovely Costumes and Blouses. Loa ely Corsets and Underclothing. LDl.- sall refer different styles to those worn ADI their district. This can be secured t"r gettit,.- ounr tupip ies front STernsls & Soar, Illthronlll tlta . ArtCEL POST. SEN2 I FORl PATTERNS AT ONCE. STEP1i~E3 & SO4, Bourke-st., IVelbourne Lost tianhood from youtlful folly, esxcasos or iany other cause. Gtllratl-.-d CI:.E. A ercat Scientific o necovery by llato iy. Treatise ont " Lost Ma1nhod " posted free, satled. To'yuuotg u ellni tolteloplating ularltage, ...
HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 29TH NOVEMBER. (Before Messrs. Jno. Green and W. Bell, J's.P.). [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
HIEALESVILLE POLICE COUIRT. THURSDAY, 29TH NOVEMBER. (Before Messrs. Jno. Green and VW. Bell, J's.P.). A. E. Dangy v. Fritz Ivers: That he did steal and feloniously appropriate certain nmonies.-Sergeant Sharkey, of Lilydale, prosecuted, and Mr. M'Kean, of Melbourne, appeared for prisoner. A. E. Dungy, sworn, deposed: I am a senior constable of police connected with the Criminal Investigation De partment. Arrested the prisoner on 24th November,in Melbourne. Prisoner said, on being arrested, " Well I got the money from Connelly, and I came away without doing what I said I would do for it. I owe him the money, and I think he can sue me for it. How many charges are you going to bring against me I I got some money from MIr. Quick at the same time; if he wants his, I think he ought to summon me for it. I admit I owe him the money, as I did not teach his children as I undertook to do." I then locked him up in the City watch-house. Ellen Connelly, sworn, deposed : Am a married woman' residi...
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
Healesville Water Trust. Constituted 10th January, 1890. Com prising portion of Healesville Shire. For supplying H-ealesville township and part of the parish of Gracedale. Population supplied, 700, Commissioners-All the mmrnbetlrs of the Shire Council. E. .1. llUl, Chairmtdn. E. H. Cameron, Ml.L.A., Government noini nec. Sccretar\ -nd collector--Chas. H. Alex ander. Engineer-A. Rodgers, C.E. Trea surer-Jun. Cornish. The water rate is Is. in thie £, baset on the municipal valuation of property rated. If by measure, 9d. per 1000 gals.
A CHRISTMAS PANTOMIME. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
A CHRISTMAS PANTOMIMj./, By Mits. .. F. LA?vaI . (Conhnnued.) It was night when Barbara regained consciousness. She knew she was still in the boat for she .could hear the regu lar dip of the oars. S?.e s?t up shiver jng. " Where are we 7" " We are going ashore." "Oh, thank heavens ! I thought we were in mnid-ocean. Oh, Mr. LeStrange, hlow can you speak so--act so ? I can Pl?t help it; hutif myhusbandknew.--" "Your husband i" " Why do you sneer.? He is my hus band, even if he does not love inme." " He is not." She caught her breath again. "Then jie was really mad. Oh ! that they waere safe on shore.'. " I am going to keep you here five minutes, Barbara; then, perhaps, when I have told you something you will he ready to listen to me. I love you and will marry you. You start I but I am not mad; I am speaking sober, serious truth. The man who married ypu was not a plergyman. HIe had been un frocleed-disgraced on account of some scandal. A stranger in Melbourne, for a small sum he was wi...
LILYDALE V. CORANDERRK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 7 December 1894
LILYDALE V. CORANDERRK. The above match was commenced on the ground of the latter on Saturday week last, when R. Hill, the Lilydale captain, who won the toss from McNicol, and Walker went first to bat. The innings closed for 88; the principal scorers were W. Oliver 22, M.Donald 17, Selman 13, and Hill 10. The home team then went to the wickets, but were soon disposed of for 34, Wandin contri- buting 13 not out towards that total. The match was continued on Saturday last, when Coranderrk followed on their in- nings; and were disposed of for 29; thus leaving Lilydale the victors by an innings and 25 runs. The following are the scores : LILYDALE. Hill, b McNicol ... ... ... 10 Walker, c Foster, b Davis ... 0 T. Oliver, b Davis ... ... ... 2 Thomas, b McNicol ... ... 7 Selman, b Wandin... . ... 13 McDonald, b Logan ... ... 17 W. Oliver, b McLellan ... ... 22 Rogers, b McLellan ... 6 Deschamp, b Logan 4 Woods, not out ... .. ... 1 Johnson, b Logan ... ... ... 1 Byes 4, leg byes 1, ... .....
MARYSVILLE V. TAGGARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 December 1894
MARYSVILLE V, TAGGARTY. This match was played on Saturday last. The following are the scores -- MARYSVILLE. Hodson, b Coventry ... .. 4 A. Sparke, ., ,, ... ... 5 Walker, ,, ,,... ... 4 Barton, b Batchelor ... ... 0 Young, , , ... . ... J. Keppel,,, ,,,.. ... ... 1 O'Reilly, b Coventry ... ... a S. Sparke, run out ... ... ... 2 G. Sparke, b Batchelor ... ... 3 D'Arcy, b Coventry ... ... 0 Al. Keppel, not out,....... ... 0 Byes .., ... .. ... Total ..., ... ... 27 Bowling analysis :-Batchelor, 65 balls, 5 maidens, 4 wickets, 14 runs; Coventry, 54 balls, 5 maidens, 5 wickets, 8 runs. TAGaARTY. T. Carter, c O'Reilly, b A. Sparke 3 Nichols, b G. Sparke ... ... 1 T. Webb, ,, ..... ... 4 Batchelor, run out.., ... ... 3 Kerr, b A. Sparke.,, ... .. 2 Coventry, b Barton ... 1 R. Wdebb, ,, .... ..., .,, 20 Birtchell, not out ,4 ..': . ,,, 0 A. Carter, b Barton': ... .,, 'J: Wylie, ,, , ,. .... 0 R. Sparke, ,, ,, ...... ,,. 0 Byes ... ... ... .,. 3 Total . ... ... ... 37 Bowling analysis I-A. ...
CRICKET. MARYSVILLE V. BUXTON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 December 1894
CRICKET. MIRYSVILLE V. BUXTON. The above match was played on Saturday, 1st December. 'The following are the scores : M4RYSVw.TE, Hodson, b F. Nichols ,,, ... 5 A, Sprke, cG, Nichols ,,, ... 0 A, Walker, c ,, ,., ., 3 W. Barton, not out,,, ,,, .. 9 S. Sparke. c and h G. Nichols .,, 7 G, Sparke, b F, Nichols ... 0 Keppel, c F. Nichols, b G. Nichols 0 O'Reilly, b F. Nichols ... ... 2 D, Walker, a Beckensall, b F. Nichols 0 G, Barton, b F. Nichols ... ... 1 Mantell, c G.Nichols, b F., Nichols 0 Byes .., ,,, ,,, ,,, 3 Total ,,,,,, ... 30 BuxTON, 1F, Nichols, b 4, Sparke ... ... 5 Craig, ,, , , ,.. 5 G, Nichols, b q Spare ... ,.. 11 A, Nichols,,., .,, .., .. 16 Raynor, b A. Sparke ... ...2 Kidney, not out ,,, .. .. 18 M'Gill, b A. Sparke ... ,.. 5 Robbins, ,, ,, , .., ,. 0 Sherwill,,, ,,, .., ... 0 Doyle, b Keppel ,,. .., ... 4 leckensall, b W. Barton ... ... 2 Byes, &c. . , ,.. 11 Total ,.. ..,.", 79 M ARYaVLLE. -- Second Innings, W. Barton 5, A. Sparke 4, hodson 17, Walker 11, 8...
(To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 December 1894
(To the Editar of The Guai1aR.) 8Rt,-TIný reply to . the President l--The incident of which I complain occurred in the afternoon immediately after the first adjournment, between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.; and not at 8.30 at night. What occurred then of course, if told as occurring three or four hours earlier, will account for the difference between the. President's version and mine. My recollection of the matter is that I moved the motion spoken of,,it?:was seconded, and;?the-;'President would not put it, but-agreed to Cr. Nichols' suggestion to have the estimates put through first. This could not be done without altering the business paper for the day. To put himself in order, Cr. Nichols moved thatthestandingorderabe suspended. This was seconded, the President put it, and Cr. Sloss- and I voted against it. The Chairman would have declared it carried, but as the Council must be unanimous be fore the orders may be suspended, Cr. Sloss and I objected, and having appealed to the Chair, the se...
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 nome-deplume is affixed. (To the Editor of the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 December 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of publio 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 understandinq thiat oe do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by? corresposuents. We also hold the right of making any elimination we may seefit, espejially whenl a some-de plume is afixed. (To the Editor of the Guardian.) SIR,-=-In answer to the remarks of " Neptune" in your last issue, re the appointment of J's.P., I take the oppor tunity of stating that I believe ourmem berin Parliament, Mr. Cameron, is alive and well, hut why he has not used his influence in getting the two gentlemen appointed to the Com mission of the Peace who were chosen at a public meeting recently, I cannot understand, for I am convinced the gentlemen so chosen would be a credit to any Bench in the colony. Now that Mr. Woolcott has left the district, and Mr. Steele is sel dom in those p...
CURRENT MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 December 1894
CURRENT MEMS. (BY THE ITr! ANT BRAZZs. The City Fathers should be comn .mended for there care of the public S ,funrds, as they won't spend them for their own comfort, let alone their officers' convenience, Or.'Reppel should emulate; the ex ample of his representative in Parlia ment, by moving a vote of want of con fidence in the rest of the council, and. then run the show himself (if " auld Reekie" will lot him) ! The Don Road representative is very consistent (2). He said that £5 was enough to spend in repairing and furnishing the Hall; but he knocked that down in a lump for the old tables and chairs, and then moved .that a string of other articles should be pur chased. It was mean of Mr. Banks to' ask " Auld Reekie" how much land tax he would have to. pay, as if the man carried a ready reckoner, about him. Mental arithmetic is not his strong point either, Who would have thought that John would descend to a newspaper con troversy on "Municipal ->procedure ?" tIf I were he, I'd.h...
HEALESVILLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 14 December 1894
FEALESVILLE RACES, The nominations for - the various events in cennection with the New Year's Day meeting of the local Rac ing Club.have come in very freely, and this gratifying fact augura well for the success of the,-day's sport.?- The fol lowing are the nominations received by. Mr. A. Hart, the secretary: HNDICAP HURDLE RACE. Ambassador Dinny Spitlink . Gracedale :: MAIDEN PLATE. Alma Dolly One One Reefton 1 ELESVILLE HANDICAP. Zoe - Twitter. Pearl / One One Scepti Rosella •icycl' pDuplicate Dinny Grscedale SPoNY RAs Wild Rose Dich Melba I Emma Mabel Liberty FLY?iG HANDICAP. Cbasslass Sceptic oe Ahna Pearl I Bicycle Twitt ir One One Rosell Duplicate Butterfly Furth.r entries are expected by the the first mail to-day. The stewards are requested. to meet without fail at Mrs. Paly's Hall at 8. o'cIlock ths ~eveipg, Important busi ness.