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HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
HIEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. Constituted 10th January, 1890. Com prising portion of Healesville shire, em bracing an area of about 2750 acres. For supplying Healesville township and pert of the parish of Gracedale. Water rate on tenements, Is. in the pound, based on municipal valuation; minimum, 20s. Va cant lots, 6d. in the pound ; minimum, 10s. If by measure, 9d. per 1000 gallons. population supplied, 700. Commissioners-All the members of the Shire Council. S. Sloss, chairman. E. H. Cameron, M.L.A., Government nominee. Secretary, engineer, and treasurer--Tas. G. Furquhar. Collector-J. W. George.
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. Courts will be held during the year 1997 at the undermentioned places, at.the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz - iName of' Court. Hour. Jan. Feb. March. April. TMay, June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. 1Dec. Heidelberg . 10 14, 21to 4, 180t 4, 180f 1, 15°t 13, 20°t 3, 170t 1, 150t 5, 190t 2, 16t. 14, 21°t 4,?180t 2,23 AnderSon's Creek 11 70 11 110 22 6° 10 80 120 9 7O 11I 9 Eltbam .. .. 11 8° 12° 12 16° 7 110 9' " 13° 10 8° 12 10 Yarra Glen ... 9.30 230 13 13 17 8 5 3, 31 28o 25 23 20 11 P.M. Hlealeeville ... 2.30 17°0 140 14° 11° 9° 6° 40 "10,;29 . 26° 24° 210 12 A.M. Lilydale ... ... 9.30. 4, 1lt° 1, 8°t, 1, 8o,. 12°0, 19, 3; 10°t, 79t, 14, 5°r, 12, 2tf,9,16, 6, 13, 4, 11, 1,8, 15, 6,13, 18,25 ' 15,22 15,22,29 26" 17,24,31 21, 28 19,26- 23,300ot20, 270t 18, 25o0 22of, 29 20, 27. Ferntree Gully ... 9 29° 26 26 23 21 25 23 ',.27 : 24. 22 26 17 Queenstown ... 11 280 25 25* 29 270 24 22° :26° 23 28° 25 16 Warburton ... 10 120 90 90o 1...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
CYCLING NOTES. -0 700,000 bicycles are annually turned out of the American cycle workshops. Over one-third of this number are made by assemblers. No cyclist should be without a copy of that artistic booklet--" All about Dunlop Tyres for 1901." Besides con taining a pretty supplement of Austra lian racing cracks, full particulars re the management and repair of Dunlop tyres are given. This beautifully illustrated brochure can be obtained gratis by calling or writing to any of the Dunlop depots. Cyclists who use acetylene lamps often experience difficulty in getting the residue from the carbide out of the reservoir, especially when the damp carbide has: dried and caked hard. After many experiments, one of the biggest London lamp purveyors has hit upon the following expedient, which is said to save a lot of time and ,trouble. The carbide is placed in a small porous bag i,efore placing it in the lamp, and when the gas is all con sumed the bag and residue of carbide is taken out and thro...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
The inan who cheats his printer Opt of a single cent, ' Will never reach the heavenly land Where old, Elijah went. He'll never gain admittance, But be by demons driven, And made to loaf his time about Optside. the gates df HQeavep. She'll never meet a pleasant face, "Or see one festive grin i His only chance of happiness Will be almighty thin.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Grocers T. Tevlin, Nicholson-st. Mlrs. Munro, Nicholson st. T. B Collins, Nicholson-st. Drapers Mrs. -Munro, Nicholson-st. J. M. Sumner, Nicholson-st.: Bakery- ' T. . Collins, Nicholson-st. Bootmaker '. 3. Harley, Nicholson-st. Painter, &c.- C. M'Laughlin, c/o G. Ford; office 'of this paper;. or 5 Thomas-street, North Richmond. Butcher G. W. Anderson1 Nicholgon-st. Statio.qery- G. Ford (late. G. S. Matthews), Nicholson-st. Hiotels- Thos. Boone, g]ealesville. Hotel, Nicholson-st. a. Irvine, Yarra Flats Hotel, Yarra Glen. Produce Store Mitchell dr Hurlstonp, Nicholsoxn-st. -Dentistry- G0. . Carter, Collins-st., Melbourne. I . J: Marks, 4 Collins-st., Melbourne. Tailor- G. Wardrop, 334 Smith-st.; Colling wood.
REASONS FOR ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
REASONS FOR ADVER'TX1NG. ASVERTISINi is the chief auxiliary of trade -Tooke Advertising is not the road to success, but success itself.-Richardson. Advertise your business ; I owe all my success to it.-P. T. Barnum. The most truthful part of a newspaper is its advertisements.-Jefferson. The man who pays more for shop rent than advertising does not know his business --Jorace Greeley. How can one man know what you went unless you ask for it, or what you have. tL sell unless you advertise it ?-Mural Hal stead. The advertisements which appear in a publi3 journal take rank among the most significant indications of the state of society of that time and place.-Dickens. If you advertise, it gives your placo. a reputation around ; folks will crowd to your warehouse and keep lively. If you don't want to do anything, keep as still as you can.-C. F. Browne.. There 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 g...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
Law Relating to Newspapers. 1. Subscribers 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, tlm..,.ntil arrr. 3. If subscribers -refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the:office to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that: 're fusing to take periodicals from the office or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud." 6. If subscribers pay in advance 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 the publisher is...
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Healesville to Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
RAILWTAY TIME TABLE. Healesville to Melbourne. Healesville, dep., 7.25 a.m., 10.55 a.m., and 7.50 p.m. 'clbourne, arr., 9.12 a.m., 1.15 p.m., and 10.3 p.m. Melbourne to Healesville. Melbourne, dcp., 7.37 a.nm., 12.15 p.m., and 5.12 p.m. Healesville, arr., 9.45 a.m., 2.30 p.m., and 7.19 p.m. Fares :-Single: First class, 6s. 6d.; second class, 4s. 4d. Return : First class, 9s. 9d.; second class, 6s. 6d. Special Friday Night to ''Ionday Fares (Healesville to Melbourne)-First return, 7s. 4d.; second return, 4y. lid. SUNDAY EXCURSION TRAINS. Melbourne to Healesville. Melbourne, dep. . ... ... 11.10 a.m. Healesville, arr. ... ... 1.10 p.m. iealesville to Melbourne. Healesville, dep. .... ... 6.45 p.m. Melbourne, arr. ... ... 8.47 p.m. Fares (Melbourne to Healesville)-First return, 4s. 11d.; second return, 3s. 3d. These tickets will be available for re turn by trains on the Monday following.
BUXTON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
BUXTON. A postgl tawnship bn:the Acheron river, 66 miles east of Melbourne, and 7 miles from Marysville. It has a large hotel, store, and state school. The district is pastoral. and agricultural, with several good farms.. A cross-country postal ser vice is maintained with Marysville and Alexandra by way of Buxton tri-weekly. Poupultion-0 . __ NARBETHONG. A pretty postal hamlet situated at the foot of the Blacks Spur, on Fisher's Creek, 53 miles east of Melbourne. It has a good hotel and other accoiprnodation for visitors, and a store. Daily coach service from Healesville, 14 miles, and is also connected by telephone witl4 Healesville. Population, 20. WALKER'S, or CHESVERVILLE. On the Yarra Track, a new mining field, about 15 miles east from Marysville. The famous Golden Secret Mine, found msad prospected by Messrs. Chester and Lock, is located here. Daily coach from Heales ville to Marysville, thence Cobb's coach on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday to Walker's. Population, about. 150.<...
CLIPPING WINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
CLIPPING WINGS. The fowl should be. taken on the left arm, the leg being firmly grasped by the left hand. By taking the other and opening the wing and closing two or three times it will be seen that the out side feathers fold in out of sight when the wings is at rest. This will be noticeable even to one, who p novs little or nothing a bout poultry. These feathers are the ones that should be cut, wlhich can be done very easily ivith a pair of scissors in the. right hand. This clipping is generally as e;fectual as though, the whple, wing full of feathers was removed.
PLACES OF NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
PLACES OF NOTE. Places of interest to visit in the dis trict, and how far situated : Place Distance. Miles. Marysville ... ... 23 Narbethong ... ... 14 iFernshaw ... ... 7 Mallinson'sLook-out ... 7 Mallinson's Gully ... 10 Condon's Gully ... ... 4 Meyers Creek and Falls... 5 Mathinna Falls ... ... 7 Badger River ... ... 4 Blacks Spur & Etta's Glen 10 Coranderrk Blacks Station 3 Mt. Riddell ... ... 2 Graceburn Creek... ... ¼ Giaceburn Weir ... ... 4 Watts River ... ... Watts Weir ... ... 5 Mt. Juliet (top) ... ... 10 Buxton ... .... ... 24
BUNDABERG FOR WHITE LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
BUNDABERGS FOR. WI ITEl LABOUR. Bundaberg is a Queensland centre lhich. depends almost who!lX on the ugar industry for its prosperity, and lind it.Iuas declared most eumphatically jor 'White Labour. Gymnpie " Times" pl0'i that at Barton's meeting the gallery of. the Qaeen's theatre was crowded with women, for whom it had been reserved. When the Federal Premier, in the course of his address, came to touch on the Polynesian ques tion, a remarkable scene was witnessed, Suddenly the women in the gallery, as if by magic, unfurled a huge banner, on which was inscribed the words: TiHE PRAYERS of the WOMIEN OF BUNDABERG are with you for a WI ITE AUSTRALIA. At the same instant numbers of men in the body of the 11411 produced hitherto concealed bannerets, and lifted them high over their heads, while cheer after cheer ran.g through the building. Here are some of the banneret inscrip: tions : " We are Australians, and want Australians for the Whi.e IRace." " The presence of aliens means Race. d...
HEALESVILLE POST & TELEGRAPH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
-EALESVILLE POST & TELE GRAPH OFFICE. Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post office savings bank opon from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Mails close for Melbourne 10.30 a.m. and and Daily. Intermediate 7.15 p.m. 11arysville and 9.30 a.m. Daily. Narbethong Mails arrive from Mlelbourne, &c., 9.40.a.m., 2.40 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Daily. Marysville ) and 7 p.m. Daily. Narbethong
FOR LITTLE FOLKS. "The Boy Preacher." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
FOR LITTLE FOLKS. "The Boy Preacher-. Eight-year-old Robert Richter, called by his familiars Little Bobbie and pub licly known as the Boy Preacher, fille4 the pulpit yesterday morning of the North New York Congregational church In East One Hundred and Forty-third street, near Willis avenue. He filled it admirably, too, not phys ically. of course, for he had to stand on a box to bring his diminutive figure Into view, but his brief sermon, though unpretentious, was a rather worthy ef fort in its way. It is a quaint little church where Lit tile Bobby held forth-everything plain and simple, with a general pervading air of suburban rusticity. A small family organ furnishes the music, and the congregation does the singing. Little Bobbie was attired in a purple velvet suit, with ruffles and frills, long brown leggings, low shoes, with ribbon bows and buckles, and his brown hair was carefully combed. When the preliminary service of prayer and singing, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. Mr. T...
Character and Object. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
Character and Object. Send two persons out of the ropg,; then select a character apd- ai' object which are, closely related to each other -for 'instance,. "George Washington and his hatchet," "Sir Walter .aliigh and his cloak," ",Cleopati4 and the asp." Call in the persons and tell one iof.-them to be the character, the other the object; then they ask alternately questions of the company, which irrst l?e answered by'yes.or iio. They general ly, aftersi much questioning, find out who'and what they are. Persons and obje:"tinay be of local. fame, often canizsg eeih i amuseiment. Good ouisekeeping.
How They Knew Dinah. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
how They iKnew 1inal. Lillian, Gertrude, Harold and Stuart had a little kitty namcd Dinah. She was very black and very cunning. One day, just before snouer, a strange black kitten walked into tie liouse, and they all agrecd that she must go away, as some other children might be wait ing for her to come home, so they put her ouiit of, doors. :la dro?et her off. VWhile they were eating supper, a little scratching was heard, and the children, lookingraround, saw a black kitten on the wvindow sill, trying to get in. "It's Dinah?l" "It's the strange kittea!," "It is Dunah!' " Well, children,'' said papa, "now let.eabh one tell why he thinks it is or it is not Dinah."' ' "1 think it is Dinah because it is black and just her size," said Lillian. Gdit`iide' looked carefully anld ex claimed: "I don't think it ip Dinah, because bher..yes are larger anti wilder." "Do you see the white spot on her throat?" asked Harold. "It is smaller thbax Dinah's.'. . "Now, Stuart," said papa, turning to the ...
A MACHINIST DISABLED. CARRIED OFF THE WHARF. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 March 1901
A MACHINIST DISABLED. -0o CARRIED OFF THE WHARF. T! ..r .'n , Ft Mn" · 'riý -h, Kiy, machinist, residing at 8 Napier-street, Pitzroy, some time ago visited Perth. Her constitution was already impaired through over-work, and thus she fell an easy victim to typhoid. After the fever left her, she found herself suffer ing from anaemia, loss of appetite, indi gestion, and pains in the body and limbs. Tonics proved useless, and at last she became so weak that she de cided to return home. On her arrival in Victoria, the unhappy lady. was so ill that she had to be carried from the steamer to the wharf, and thence to the Federal Coffee Palace. She was subsequently tre4ted by leading doc tors, but she was so weak that she abandoned all hope of resuming her 'vorkg. About this time she had her attention drawn to Dr.- Williarps'-pink pills for pale people; and she decided to try them. One box improved her appetite and increased her strength a little. By continuing with the pills she gradually ob...