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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1600. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1900. &nbsp; &nbsp; GENERAL NEWS. &nbsp; &nbsp; Yesterday.y was fixed as the day for nomination in connection with the seat rendered vacant in the council owing to the death of the late Cr. T. G. Chandler, but no noniniatioici were forthcoming from any gentlemen for the position. No interest whatever appeared to be taken in the event, Con sequently it came as no surprise that the position as a guardian of the rate payers' interests is one not sought for by our public men. The township of Healesville has been thought by a large majority of its residents to be absolutely free from rats. Such does not appear to be the case, as it is not an infrequent occur rence of late to see dead ones lying in the principal thoroughfare. Now that the dreaded bubonic plague has made its appearance in the colonies, and stringent measures are being adopted for the destruction of rats, which are said to carry the disease from pl...
KANGAROO GROUND PICNIC AND SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
KANGAROO) G(ROUNDI PICNIC AND SPORTS. The annual celebration of the above duly came off in Mr. Smith's paddock, Kangaroo Ground, on Friday last. The weather was beautifully fine, and -the gathering was an enjoyable success. The committee-Messrs. J. A. Burns, G. Smith, T. HIollatid, R. C. Harris, ;V. Everitt, J. Greenaway, A. White, W. Cameron, Jos. Mess, E. Weller, WT. Nicholas, J. Johnstone, A. Jones, and A., Cracknell--had arranged a very interesting programme of varied events, all of which were carried out with promptitupde., The. duties of starter Ncere entrusted to Mr. W. J. Everitt; M?lessrs. W. Hubbard and D. Friar officiated as judges; whilst Mr.. Thos. Cameron, in his capacity of secretary, performed his labors to the satisfaction gf.,everyone concerned., .The d~ay's sport commenced . with the ,Maiden! Plate, 100 yards, the winner turning, up in R. .Whitei- with W. Nicholas' second, and E.. Chaffey, third. T. Renehan wdn. the- Boys' Race,. w*ith? J. Bell and W. White, secon...
DIDN'T I LEAD THEM STRAIGHT? TO MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
DIDN'T I LE-.rD T~HEI STIt.AIGiHT ? -o TO MOTI-IERS. When Lieutenant lo.wson had guided the army to surprise the Egyptians at Tel-el-Kober, he fell at the moment of victory. His last. triumphant words to General Wolsely were, " Didn't I lead them straight, General ?" When the morning of life was sunny, And the dew on the grass was sweet, And the hours were full of tmusic, And the path was smooth at their feet; When life saeemed all rejoicing, And the end so far away, That their troubles and childish terrors Were lost at their mother's knee Oh ! then 'mid their eager wand'rings, From early dawn till late, 'Mid all life's restless hurry, Didn't I lead themr straight ? Didn't I leadthem-.straiglt, Father, When the heat of noonday fell, And the cares and the sorrows deepened O'er those 1 loved so well ? When the mother's hand was helpless At timeei to allay their fears,- -. And when one little one stepped over The boundary of our years, And flitter: on before us While we could but pray ...
PERTINENT PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 16 March 1900
PERTINENT PAR!S. [i IrAwie--EVE. "The axe has been laid to the root of the tree, and one of the early land marks associated .with the history of Healesville, has gone.to his last-account. I refer with feeling regret,to. the death of the late Cr. Thos. Geo. Chandler, who passed away at the untimely age of 35 years. It is sorrowful to have to record the death of one whe was denied, at his early age, the opportunity of living his life of usefulness, .but as le was known by.his acts, so must his life be judged. Of one thing I feel convinced, and that is the deceased by no word or deed, willingly did any harm to his fellow man.. His race is however rin, ai?d we, iiho have yet a longer period of life's allotted span .to live, can only hope that when the occasion bids us depart, we shall have done souethitig to earn for us a name the niention of which will sound honorable to the ears of the entire community. I have riot !ieard of any aspiiant for municapl honors so far, the vacancy for whi...
STAGE REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
STA,,GE REMINISCENCES. One of those ufirehearsed incidents which call for extra smartness on the part of the performer if-.he wishes to avoid appearing ridiculous occured at a performance of "-fhe Shop Girl" during October, 1865. The 'French counit, at a sally of wit from Appleby anent his' feet, retorts. sarcastically, '!.I reserve" my- foot for you;'sare,"': at the' same 'time .aaising'it as if .in 'the: act of kicking. On this occasion his boot flew off into the wings, displaying a large hole in ,his sock.: The ready witted, comedian who p!ayed the 'part was, however, equal to the 'occasion. "Farewell, sare i' he exclaimed tragi cally, limping round the stage. ''-" Fare well! We shall meet again I go to mend my socks ! " The house'liter ally roard with laughliter. Miss Sarah Thorne tells a goofl story of how, ,?hlen sie was playing in " The Colleen Bawn," at a iprovincial tlieatre, the gun lbaded 'with: powder to' shoot Danny Mann was missing from the willg just befoie it was req...
A LADY SUFFERER. IN AGONY FOR YEARS. BILE BEANS TRIUMPHANT [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
A LADY' SuFFERER. IN 'AGONY FOR YEARS. BILE .BEANS. TRIUMPHANT Housewives and; mothers, if you have suffered, hear: what Mrs. White has to say, and you wvill know just ex actly what to do. Mrs. White,: who resides at o0. 5 Market-street, Fitzroy,.said to a re porter of the " West Melbourne Gaz ette ":-" It is now about three years since I began to suffer from what the doctor who attended me s. did rather vaguely was liver coinplaint. To me it seenied indigestion, as nothing I ate agreed with me.. After a, meal a weight appeared to lay on my chest, and flatulence was nearly always pre sent. Soon I began to loath food and to grow very nervous. The least thing startled me, and my irrit able temper became a source of distress. I'was subject to frequent -flishings of the face,-but after, a. few months this inas succeeded "ti.iy sall?wness of the skin,., and nmy face became hard and drawn. I lost flesh rapidly, and grad ually dwindled away uitil'I became a mere skeleton. None of the niany...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
Courts will be held during the year 1900 at the undermentioned places, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz dlber?10 5, 190 5, 10 2, 16 7, 21 4,18 2, 1 200 3 17 1 17 Andem'on's Creek 11 12 129 90 140 11o 90 180 100j 8 -: t- : 3ltham, ... 11 13 130 100 150 12° 100- 140 110 90o 30l-, 11 it 'arri Glea ... 9.30 280 14. 11 0 9 4 1, 20 26 24 2 12 dlealcsville .. 2.30 15, 150 120 100 70, 0 2° 300 270 250 9 3 :A.M.. . ilydale .. ... 9.30 2, 9t, 2, 90, Got, -, 4t,1, 1,o ,15, , 13 3.10, 17 7,14,, 5, 1; 2 1 7 714" 16, 23 1, 23, 30 20, 27 18,25 22, 209f 20, 27° 24 j, 3121.f, 28 10 j, 26 23 3,30 228 Perntreea (Gully .. 9 270 27 249 29 2G 24 0 2- 4 28020 270 18 Ucenaitowvn ... 11 5 2 23 28. 25 23 27 24 92 26 I 10 .. Police 2Mgilstrate's .Visits i Lcensing atnd `Varden's '.CoOurts D: BERRIiMAN Clerk of Courts: The. poet Burns was, standing one day on the quay at Greenock when 'a wealthy merchant of the town had the misfortune to fall into the harbour. He was no swim...
AUSTRALIA'S STAR PIANISTE. MIDDLE. CELINSKI INTERVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
AUSTRALI'S STAR PIANISTE. MDDLE. CELINSKI INTERVIEWED. - A :e?sif~fl t thecarerr o ,Mddle Celihski, the?A ustraliani star: pianiste and ~composer of' the popular swing; song, "Love me as I Love Thee," is: full of interest. She is a. native of Victoria, and was. only- eighteen months old when she had her first lcsson. At the age of ten, after two years' study-unhder Madalcina Schiller, she played .at the Melbourne Masonic MlDDLE. CELIKSKI. Australia's Star Pianiste. Hall, her enthusiastic audience in cluding Sir William Robinson, the then Acting-Governor of. Victoria. DIddle. Celinski, at the special request of ridy Brassey, who takes' a gireat interest in the brilliant pianiste, per formed at Gort. IHousithe guests in cluding the Govertiffo of N.S.W. and South and West Australia. Her Concert at the Sydney Town Hall in the presence of the Governor and suite will be recollected as a musical treat. -A'A reporters interviewed Mddle. Celinski'at.her Sydney apartments. "You must "have pra...
OUR BUSHMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
OUR BUSHiMEN. Brown and sturdy men are these We are sending over-seas, Stout of heart, and strong of hand, Proud to die for native land I Where the forest giants grow, Theyo have faced a fiercer foe, Dared a mightier host than waits Hate-enflamed, at Afric's gates. Perils dire by fire and flood, Tried their sinews, proved1 their blood ! Hardships move them but to scorn ; ' Old mates' they 1-eh, Native-Born ? On the ranges stern and lone, With no pillow but a stone, They have.known iwhat'tis to lie With no roof-tree but the sky. Over peak and mountain-side, -itcl who can, their reckless ride ! Keen-eyed hunters of the hill, Where's the foe will foil their skill ? Never lath a mountaieicer Shrunk from danger, blenched with fear F1or them, Retreat's sad call shall sound Never while the world goes round ! MAnoN MiLLER.
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
EXTRACTS FROM GAME ASD FISHERCES Acts. 51Viet. No. 109., clause 5.-Wilfully de stroying, netting, or using other means for killing or taking imported game at:any time. [enalty-£2 and value of 'bird or aniual (see-s hedule below). Clause Gh-Do. do. rnaive game nurir,g close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to be for eacb bird or animal. Clause 7-Buying, .seliing, o\' knoivingly having~n possession, house, or control, any imported game orinative game during close season. . Penalty-Imported game, £5 and lue of bird or animal; native game Clause S.-Taking eggs out of or destroy ing nusGt f imported dor native game, or hav ing eggs in possession. Penalty-lOs. each Clause 11.-Laying .poison for or poison ing game. Penalty-£10 and valuse of bird or animnal destroyed or inju'ed.: 51 Vict. No. 1093, clause 35.l-Taking, selling, or exposing for sale any .fish during close aeson for such fish. 'Penalty-Not ?et than £20. and forfaiture of Tish.
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
CYCLING. NOTES. The Three Miles Paced Tournamidnl was concluded on the Sydney Cricket Grouud last Mionday, and afforded thr public some splended racing. Thin Dunlop niotor tandems worked without a hitch, and supplied all the pace t'i;d cracks were able to follow. The first of tlhe two seumi-finals saw W. C. Jack, son pitted against G. RI. Morgan (who rode so well in hIi heat, beating " Darkey " Gordon), " lNewhavcn " Jackson proving his superiority by ,winning in 5 mins 21 2 5th secs. The second seini-final .was robbed of in Lerest by WValne, ',who met M'Donald, falling in the sixth la I, thus leaving M'Donald to finish alone i, ti n tins. 83 2 5th sees. The final, Jackson . v, M'Donald, excited the greatest enthu siases amongst the big crowd present, as from the starting.pistol both riders ses their motors going at a terrific bat, Jackson with the inside .running en deavouring to keep the lead, whilst ,M'Donald rode his hardest to obtain the lIhd.. The pace ,was terrific na the sec...
HOW BOERS LOVE CATHOLICS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
HOW BOERSJLOVE CATH$O dIets. ____________- i i The following letter lias been re ceived by one of the parish priests of Dublin :-. - . . Maritzburg, NTov, 25, '99. "You, will he .sorry to hear z that the. poor Irish Dominican nuns a4.e a ruined community. Their lovely; .vent-in Newcastle has been looted - and wantonly destroied-by .those opt pressive savage, Boers. Father Ford 1 had only purchased a large supply ofl provisions, and a new wing had been' added to. the con.vent.- ,The poor nuns I were awakened out of their sleep at 2. a.m..by the .Boers,, and only a short' time (2 hours) to make -their escape. The Boers,smashed and looted all be1 fore, them, Ipoted. thir pretty convieat chap l, ..bmniandeered ,.ll. proxisions and .cows .. TiTie poor nuns. and the I boarders (24) accompanied by Father Ford, travelled from Newcastle in open' coal trucks:. ,Their-experiences have been very. terrible. ,.Now they are poor' refugees in Maritzburg--had ,nothing` hut. the. clothes they stood i...
TOOLANGI. 20th March. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
TOOLANGI. - :o: - (Froin our Ccrrespoirient.) 20th March.: A more than 'pleasing event tooki place at Toolangi -louse on Tuesday eveninig last, the occasion being the .celebration of the 21st birthday of Miss Rintel. : Many invitations liad been issued, and, as most of them were accepted, a very large number assemb, led to do honor to the event. Tlhe spahious drawin'g-room was gaily de era"tdd with ferns, sunflowers, and variegated lamps, which, with the many beautiful costumes woirn by the ladies, 'ga.e :the scene quite a stage like ap pearance. baincing interspersed with' many songs, commenced early and ended late, and was heartiiy joined in by all present. At the .?,pper, the toast of " Miss Rtintel" was proposed by' Dr. M?ialoney, ". L. ., who in a neat and 'jolly speech, spoke, of the imany good ?qualities i?~ssessed by thati young lady. The toast was received with imusical honors, arid suitably rcc eponded to by her brother. Many handsome presents 'were received, which clearly...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
Law Relating to Newspapm ers. 1. Sil?scribers who do ndt give express! nnoticeto: the Len'trae,'nr re consideFed" s 'wishing toconfiriue their subscription. "2. If subscribers order the diseontinu antce of their periodicals, the p iblishei - Inay continue to send thent funtili arrears are piil. "3. If sutbscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from tie oflice to w.hich they are.directed, they are held responsible tun'til they 'ha.e settled their bills, and ol:dered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other. places without informing publishers, uind the .papers are sent to their former direction, 'the subscribers are responsible. 5. The couris have decided that " re funsing to take periodicals from the office or removing or.leaving them uncalled for is primnu facie evidhnce of intentional "b. If :ibscriber pay. iZ'ir c'lai'e for - periodicals, they are boiund to give' notice to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to continue ...
BADGER CREEK ANNIVERSARY TEA-MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
BADGER 4CREEK ANNIV'ER 'SARY TEi-?3EETING . Notwithstan dirg the inclemency cf tlhe weather durin e the whole of Tues day, Provldenced ordThned1 a very fine evening, and at 630 o'clock the school. presented quite an inviting appearance, the deft fingers. of the ladies having decorated the tailes in a particularly. artistic manner. At the time an' nounced, the usual grace was sung, 80 S,.:. ;- * , .. I" - r ! ,.,. - . -o . I sitting to partakeof the edibles prom vided. .his proved to be only a por tion of the number gathered to parti cipate in the good things provided, t~he seats being, confortably lilled for the. second Littin&g. Not till about 830 did the public meetiig iegin. .Mr. Ruddle (superintendent of Sunday Scloo!) pre sided, and prove himself to be an. efficient, chairiman. " All Hail the Power," was the opening hymn, fol lowed by prayer, offered by lr. 'Tylee, and after a, fw birief remarks hyfthe& chairman, the followitng programme was rendered:- - . Choru...
CHRISTMAS HILLS. 21st March. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
CIIRISTHAS IIILLS. (From our Correspondent.) .. Jst March. nr. Gates,, the new reader in the English Church here, .had. an un pleasant experience last. week, .by being thrown from :his horse. Fortu nately he escaped with a severe shak ing and some scratches. . The chief topic just now is .the -wvar in Africa, so,. appropriately, several of our locals have seat in ther names as. willing to serve their country. :,, The mines seem at, a standstill. I hear of nothing being done in the im mediate neighbourhood. The weather is fine, but changeable. Nearly every second person you meet carries.out the liun?ourist's suggestion and tallks with ".a sniffle and a chuff." There are a few rumours afloat, so c-si.i:. ' i:r, i te later cc.
BOYCOTTING THE BULLETIN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
BOYCOTTING TlE BULL'ETIN. - The' Bacchus Marh Expreis" says "We are glad to notice. that Mr. Pin kerton, of Wangaratta, has informed the committee of the Institute there that if they do not cease to subscribe to tde traitorous "Sydney Bulletin? he and 30 others will cease to subscribe to the Institute. 'That is the proper way to talk. This is not a question of free speech, as some sap headed p`eople: will try to argue, but of the national safety of every hearth and home in the Empire. There has been far ton much! :playing with this edged tool of dis4 loyaylty It has en'feebled the Empire at its very heart-the House of Comi mans, and it has thereby encouragedk the Boers to acturlly proscribe the English language as a preliminary to sweeping the ,ritish o ot i of outli Africa and -enslaving the black races? And this loose tongued- disloyalty has been.tolerated in Cape Golony to suchl an ex.tent that the Queen's representta" tirvetthere.has to resort to martial lawn -to preserve his ow...
COACH ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900
COACH ACCIDENT. The ill-luck that has been following Mr. ~I. J. Sheehan in his coaching business lately was further demon= strated on Wednesday evening last. Thb 'coach, that he runs between Healesville and lMarysville was doing the ~ettrn journey on the evening named; and all went well until in the v?icinity of rorest Lodge: The mail coach (sharp's), which had been travel ring in the rear of Sheelhan's coachl was in the act of passing, wLen thlid horses attached to the. latter made an, attempt to get away,, probably frigh tened by some cheering, that was going on. between some 'of the pas sengers. Owing to the wes weather, the reins wiere slippery, and the driver could no gain control of his horses, which bolted downii tne oad, and whed nearing the residence of Mr. Davis, about a mile from Forest Lodge, the horses. swerved of' the road A; ter passing ~ couple of trees "it safety the leaders went one each side of a tree, ,witli the result that the front of the coach came into collis...