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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
Business men should consider before sending away for printing to firms who have only their own welfare at heart and don't care how your own locality pro gresses, whilst the local printer has always to study the welfare of his own locality, by watching and recording any movement that tends to the advancement of the dis trict.as a whole; We don't blame.the foreign printer at alli but the townsman, "whbse one aim should be to support local industry whenever practicable, and in the matter of his printing we .can prove he has nO " get-away" at all. If he has his doubts let him give us a trial, and a con tsnuance of his orders to us is assured.
CONDITION OF THE LABOURER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
CONDITION OF TIHE I hae 'no propensity to envy any. one, least of all the rich and great'; but if I was disposed to this weakness, the subjedt of my envy would `-be' a hlealthy young man, in full possession of his strength and faculties, going forth in .the m6rning to work for his wife'and children, or bringing them home his wages at night. 1 could not get my livelihood by labour, nor would the labourer find any solace or enjoy iment in my studies.. If we were to ex change conditions to-morrow, all tlhe effect would be that we both should be more niiserable, .and the work of both be worse done. Without debat ing, therefore, what might be very diffi: cult to decide, which of our two con ditions was better to begin with, one point is certain, that it is best for each to remain-in his own- -The change and the only change desired, is that gradhal and :progressive. improvement in our circumstances ?which is. the natural, ffrit fsuceessfud industry iwhen eachl year is something lbetter th...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
Courts will be held during the year I900 at the undermentioned places, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out. viz - Name of Court. Hour. Feb. March. April; ay.f June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov.'. Dec. I?eirlelberg .10 5, 19o 5, 19o, 2, IGot 7, 21 '4, 180f 2, 1o?0 6, 200" 3, 170" 1, 15°t 5, 19o 17 Anderon,'s Creek 11 120 12o 9o 14o 110 ,o 1?,0 100 80 120 , Iltham ... 11 1.. ' 3 13O 100 150° 120 100 140 110 90 130 11 'arra Glen ... 9.30 . 280 14 11 0 . J 4 1, 29. 2 24 21 12 Elealesville . 2.30 150 150 12° 100° -7o 5° 2o, 300 270 250 22° 13 Lilydale ... . 9.30 2, 90t, 2, 9°f, dot, -, 40tf 1 j ,8 15, 13, 39. 10, 17, 7, 14, 5, 12. 2. 1G°f, 7. 14, 10, 23 16,23, 30 20, 27 18,2 22, 229J 20, 270f 240t", 31 21ot, 28 190f, 20 23, 30 21, 28 Ferntree Gully .. 9 27°. 27 9240 29° 2Go 240 280 - 25° - 230 27° 18 Queenstown 11 50 20 23 28 25 23 27 24 .222 20 I 10 *Police Magistrate's Vjisits. t Licensing and Warden's Courts. D. BERRIMAN, Olerk of Courts.
MARKSMAN'S MISFORTUNE. UNUSUAL EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
MARIiKSHAN'S IMISFORTUNE, UNUSUAL EXPERIENCE. Mr. William Frederick Byrnes, a young man w;ill known to Victorian sportsmen as a crack shot, tells 'of an interesting experience,, which, un fortunately, was accompanied by dire results to himself. It wasnothing un common for him to stay camping out •Light after night when on shooting ex cursions, .and therefore, the total abandonment (some time ago) of the rifle by such an enthusiastic marks man -came as.a surprise, and formed the subject upon which our reporter recently interviewed him .at his resi dence at Toolern. , What caused such an enthusiast as yourself, Mr. Byrnes, to relinquish your rifle'" asked the reporter. :" That," said Mr..Byrnes,." was due 'to misfortune, not to inclination. But -evidently, you have not heard the facts?! : ":riii nt' tio years' iagoai e'ejoye~d gbood health, but thent consumption: de Sveloped not only in the lungs but in the- hip; retarding his movements. This misfortune made him relinquish shooting. H...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
Lk.aw Relating to Ncwspi?pers. 1. Subscrirers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinu ance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the olfice to wvhich they are directed, they are held responsible until they hItve.settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other place; without informing publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that " re funsing to take periodicals from the olfice 'or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prium facic evidence of intcutioail fraud." 'ti. If subscribers pay in adivance for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of the time. that they do not wish to continue taking it, otherwise...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
NOATICE TO ViSITORS AND TOURISTS. Place~ of interest to visit in the dis trict, and how far situated i Place Distance. Miles. M3arysville .. ... 23 Narhethong ... ... 14 Fernshlaw Mallinson's Look-out ... 7 Mallinson's Gully ... 10 Condon's Gully ... ... 4 Meyers Creek and Falls... 5 ~l rthinna Fa:lls ... ... 7 Badger River ... ... 4 blacks Spir & ETta's Clebi 10 Cortinderrk Blacks Station 3 Mit. liddell ... ... Gracehurn Creek... ... a Graucihurn Weir ..... ... 4 Watts River ... ... . 1 etts Wir ... ... 5 IMt. Juliet (top) ... ... 10
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
-4-- ADVERTcSrTu is the chief auxiliary of trade ?-rjooke Ad~Veltiaiug is not the road to success, but success itself.-l:ichardcsol. Advertise your business; I owe all my success to it.-!'. T. Barnum. The most truthful part of a newspaper is its adi ertisements. -JeffTrsoe. The man whs pays more for shop rent than advertising does not know his business --iorace Oradey. How can one man know what you wte-.1 unless you ask for it, or what you have .. sell unless you adc'ertise it ?--llur,a Hat itead. The advertisements which appear in a public journal take rank among the most significant indications of the state of society of that time and place.-Dickens. 'If you 'adertisc, it gives your place a teputation around ; folks will crowd to your Warehouse and keep lively. If you don't Want to do anything, keep as still as you can,-- . F. Browne. Sthere is an absolute necessity for adver tising; there is a great eagerness to compete for attention, and no one gets it unless it is by giving as ...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
GAZETTI : NOTICES. The undermentioncd notices appeared in last week's " Government Gazette " Contracts accepted-Coompleting thi, re-clearing, etc., of Track 65, froti Enoch's Point up the Big River to the Yarra Track. , Length, 16 miles 60 chains. • Amount £65. Name of con tractdr, Wm. Webb.. ... . Areas of Land Increased and Di minished - County Evelyn, , parish Gruyere;, allot. 134,,. 153 .acres; for' merly held under section 42 by Heury Johnson. County Evelyn - Pa.risli Gracedale, allot. 152, 12a. Ir. 26p. Applications for Licences Approved. -Ierman Striun, • 317 acres; -parish Warburton, allot. 53. .VertierOzannq, 16 acres,- parish Giacedtile, allot. 69. WVilliam .Vade; 8Y nacres, parish Grace. dale, allot. 65 ?and ?6. George Mlilla, 41 acres, parish G2racedale, allot. 63 and Lictnces under sections 42 and 49 of the Land Act 1890-91 surrendered.-. Henry F. Johnson, 101 acres, parish Warburton, allot. .50A. James A, Callin, 161 acres, parisli. Tairaivr"irf North, allot. 81. Georg...
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
" PUNCH" PICKINGS. Kruger hbas been represented on our stage as a dumpy man. . O)1 Paul *i, six feet high. . Kruger was first made President of the South African Rt"pulh lie in 1853. His .leadership of the people has been as long as the reign of Queen Victoria .. Father Dunne,. the Albury priest whose patriotic, letters to the Press have provoked. much remark, is one of thie most venerable figures in thu Catholic Church in Australia. . Father l)unin is about 8 I, and is in charge of the Ne:ewtovn .Orphinug"e at Albury. He is known about the district as " 'ha Village P'riest." Major-Ceneral Mcthuen,. has seen the least active services of any. of thu prominent otlicers now in Africa..., I? fact, he cannmot he sa:id to hare been iti real war before. ,He is the best swords. muan iti the army. . The. wound he received iii one of the early engagenents at Modder .,River .eems . to, have played up with Methuen, and may be responsible for thdlamdeged curious con. duct,that led to his disagrc...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
U YLJING NOTES i An enterprising American cycle L manufacturer has constructed a motor triplet for use for motor pacingpur-; poses on an ice track duript the Ntew York winter, and expects to put up Il some extraordinary trials in the way of speed. n " Ncwhaven " Jackson was riding in fine forniat the Sydney meeting last week, and his ride from scratch in the March stakes-handicap of two niiles -is tl-e fastest piece of handicap racing over that distance .yet seen in Aus tralia. Jackson captured third position in 4 mins. 6 2 5th sees. The S.A. League open their autumn carnival on the new asphalt track on theo Adelaide Oval on SatCrday the. 24th inst., when some good racing should result, as the majority of the intercolanial cracks have gone across to compete. The Five Miles Chaln- l pionship of Australasia will be decided, a and this event will conclude the Aus tralasian Championship for 1899-1900. The One and Ten 'Miles Championships c have already. been decided, resulting f in Mart...
RACING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
RAC.ING NOTEtS. Fast Ltdy has been leased to a Caul field gentleman, and Bob.. is the only horse now in Mr. J. Irvine's stable at Yarra Glen. The Watch Dog, winner of the New market H-andicap, is only about 1-1.3 hands high.. HFe could have .been hotught for 50 guineas as a. gelding, but the price offered was five guineas.short of the reserve, and the horse returned to his stable unsold. Mr. Forrester sent.him into the sale ring again as a two year-old,.. the reserve heing 300 guineas, but the highest bid was 105 guineas, and rather than give him away, Mr. Forrester said, " I'll train the little beggar myself." Thus -it is that some people have greatness thrust upon them.. . .. ,Malster, who cost Mr. R. Orr 810 guineas as a yearling, is-likely to be the winter favorite for the Derby. "'Tis sweet to hear The Watch Doeg'z honest bark," .jatihtily observed a punter who had taken -14 to 2, as he presented his ticket.for. £16, and the bookie, as he tore it up. and counted out the gold, r...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
CICKIET. The memnibers. of . the North .Mel bournie Wesley Cricket Club intend visiting H-ealesville at Easter for an outing on the cricket field.. On Good Friday the visitors engage the local " wielders of . the willow " on the recreation reserve. C011 ,Sturday th;ey journey to Launching Place to play a gainewith the Upper Yarra.erickqters, and on Easter. Monday they met a' combined district team on the Heales ville .re rcationm ]esecrve. Local cricketers oughlt to indulge in a little practice in tlie.lieantime. - . , J,.. J. Ferris, te . old.. New. South .Vales left-hand bowler, and- once the partner of. C..T. B. Teirtier.in many triurmphs ,with the .. ball, .cspccitlly againlst English hatting,, is serving in Colonel Lyng's South . African Light' Horse.. lie left. Sydney,. months ago for Gouth. Africa; at that timie the hostilities had not broken out. In tirsttclass cricket George Giffen has miade 18 centuries. Clem Hill is not far behind with 16, whilst Darling: has made 15. . A...
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) A DISGRACEFUL FRACAS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
CORRESPONDENCE. (Tlre do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) A DISGRAd]FUL FRACAS. TO TIIE EDITOR OF THIE GUARDIAN. Sin, - Surely some arrangement should be come to to prevent a recur rence of the disgraceful proceedings which happened in Nicholson-street on Saturday night last. The iidrties concerned evidently well knew that the local guardian of the peace was absent from home, and thds they carried on as any how they thought fit.. Seldom, during my residence in Healesville, have my ears been polluted with such blasphemy or my eyes witness such riotous conduct as that which greeted passers-by in the main thoroughfare on that occasion. Is it not time, Ir.. Editor, that some endeavor should be .made to put a stop to the frequent drinking by the Coranderrk aboriginals, who, :by some means or other, have little d tiiculty in obtaining as much as they..require.. .TVery few persons would begrudge these iddividuals a drink, but exception must be taken to the manne...
A TALL SNAKE YARN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
A TALL SNAKE YARN. Says "Snell" in the BuLLETIN-This is a snake item intended rather to instruct than to amuse. Joe (who tells the " true fact") andt Jack, his mate, occupied narrow beds on ,either side of a hark hut onl the Piper (Tasmania.) Joe was awakened one night by what he took to be the voice of some strong man in his agony. HIe sat up in his bunk, and listened with bristling. hair and a creeping skin. He heard it again,:a voice that- seemed near, .but tiny, and strangely muffled, and " Ycu miserable swine!" were the words it said. 'Joe quaked and hastily struck a match. .Jack was sitting upin his.bunk, too, and rlaring like one in a -pale-blue funk.' " Did yon hertr.it, Jack?" .stammered Joe.: Jack moistened his lips -and' nodded several times, and" his face was that', f a haunted man. -' There h'e goes agair, !" "Oh, y'ou miserable'swine'!" :The. .voice was only a stifled whisper, but it was distinct enotiglh, and breathed .a nameless woe ; moreover, it certainly camelfrom...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
DEATH. On the 10th March, 1900, at Healesville, ELIZABETH WALKER, dearly beloved wife of Charles Walker, aged 73 years. A native of Cumberland. Bereavement Notice. MRS. T. G. CHANDLER wishes to &nbsp; return her grateful THANKS to the Shire Councillors, members of Bowling Club, and other friends, for letters of con dolence, floral tributes, and sympathy shown in connection with her recent sad bereavement.
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
?ozO ,Ze?es ? for 006Me, Uo. Ties \~'IOLE YEAR: ALL birds, except sparrows and nminas, nol indigenous to Australia, and their produer (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer. epithiaaiur,as, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great aingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, nmagpie larks, owls, •?"rtriddes, plheasants. :-( s -.s, podargue :r nmopokes, . es, southern stone plorer or curlew, s:vallows, warblers, white JUNE 14 TO DECE31sER 20 : Black swan, e;ou, wild geese of all kinds ACc (UST 1 TO FEUnIUAIY 28 : isronzc-wingcd or other wild pigeons. quail. AUccGST 1 to DEcElnBEan 20. All birds known as cranes, such as herons, egrets, &c. ; all honey-caters except wat.";Is lirvds and leather-heads; all kingfishers : ther than the laughing jackass ; all mem lbers of the grauculus family ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-bird, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all ather members of the rail family,...
HYGIENIC VALUE OF FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
RYGIENIC. VALUE OF FRIUITS. Dr. Dupoury, a French physician, celebrated for his scientific investiga tions in dietary matters, in. an article printed in a Paris journal, considers the hygienic value of fruits.- He divides fruit into four classes, each of which possesses a special hygienic value-the acid, the sweet, the astrin gent, the oily, and.the mealy.. Td the first, including cherries,: strawberries, raspberries, gooseberries, peaches, apples, lemons, and oranges, he accords great merit. Cherries, however, he prohibits entirely to those affected with neuralgia of the stomach. Straw berries and raspberries he recommends warmly .to. those of. bilious, plethoric, and gouty temperament, and denies to those to whom diabetes is present or suspected. Of the sweet-fruits he con siders that plums are of. special hygie nic value, and 'even a preventive in gout, and, particularly, rheumatism. To the grape he accords the very first place. He' is an ardent advocate of what- in `Europe is ca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
REALES7ILL .E IZOTEL, NICHOLSON-STREET. THOS. BOONE, PROPRIETOR. Good Accommodstion. Modora,te Tariff. Only the Best Wines and Spirits kept. VISITORS can rely on getting GOOD ACCOMMODATION. NIEALS-ONE SHILLING. T.B., whilst thanking his patrons for past favors, hopes by civility and strict attention to business to merit a continuance of their patroniago. YARRA FLATS ..HOTEL GOOD ACCOMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS, CYCLISTS AND TOURISTS. Good Shooting and Fishing in Season. Horses and Traps to hire at Moderate Rates. test Wines, Ales, and ,Spirits Kept in Stock. PROPRIETOR, YARRA GLEN ROAD. W. H. HOOPER, PRACTICAL TAILOR, MAIN - ST., LILYDA LE. A GOOD SUIT MADE TO O0DER FPO £2 15d. TROUSERS FROM Ii. 6d. Large oceortmncns of AUTU?IN A)D WINTER GOODS To choose from, -A Trial Solicited; i40 IIcallsville visited every month. Ordrn s may be left with Mn. IW. J. *LOST MANHOOD tervous Debility, &c, fromt youthful folly, ex.cesses or any cause. Guaranteed CURE. A great Seientifti discovery ...
THE SERVANT SYSTEM IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
TIUE' SERVANT SYSTE3m IN GERMIANY. In. Germany a system is in vogue which relieves employers of the trouble .of giving "' characters" to those who have left their service. Every servant, mloan; or. woman, artisan or- clerk, in Germany has a " service book," whichl he or siheo must purchase and get oflici ally stamped by the police authorities,' who'at the same time enter in the book a description of the holder-age, per-. sonal appearance, religion, etc. When a situation is applied for, the prospec .tive employer can see frome the book' whether the applicant has been in ser vice before or not, and in the latter' case expects to find a few lines as to general character written by either a clergyman or a former schoolmaster. ?Beow - this. the _employer, ,writes, "?Entered the service of So-and-so, of :such and such a street and town," the date, capacity, wages, and other details being added. This book the employer keeps as long as the engagements lasts, and on handing it back makes ano...