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CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) HEALESVILLE AND ITS FILTH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

CORRESPONDENCE. W - ( e do , not necessaril' enloirsc the opinions of our corijespondeztsi.) o HEALESYILLE AND ITS` "FILTH. -TO THE EDITOR OF TIE GUARDIAN. Sin,- Now that we. are threatene' .with a feiter epidemic, I would like to. ask, whether or not .it is possible ti awaken our local boodledom to a sense of its-duty. Is it not possible to take some action which -would cot}il the council to lift the sanitary system, of this township out of the .pestiferour slough into which it has fallen, and to make it, as it should :be, a clean a"nd desirable place of residence, attractive to those in search of health, or a del sirable locality in .?hich to reside- in. You, Mr. Editor hiave, by spirited and well-written articles, done our duty over and.over again in drawing public attention to the neg4btt "and want' o enterprise shown by the townspeopld generally, in not dong, Itheir share in Improving the splendid natural advant itagcs which we indoi btedly possess, but with'out any apparent re...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A QUERY? TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAI . . SIR,-Allow me a" few .lines to ask our citizens ifthey are gon?n to allow the H'ealesville representative, in. the Imperial Bushmen's corps (Mr.. 1 r` Lueeder) to proceed to South Africa without ~presenting him with some slight momento,.to carry with him. *oping some public man will take the matter in hand, and not have it said that he was allowed to leave -without being given a farewell.-Yours, etc., ... .PATRIOTIO. Healesville, 21/3/00. ·-·~·r·" Y'

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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GEMS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

GEMS OF THII;1UGfHT. No friend is a friend- till he shall prove a friend. The sunshine of love is 'to be found in our own natures. Failure t6 perform to-day's duties unfits one for the duty of to-morrow. Truth always comes as Christ came, in the garb of absolute simplicity. The true culture of personal beauty is not external; it is heart-work. The, lar? of life for a finite being with respect to the works of an Ifinite Being must always be' an infinite ignorance. Few of. us seem to recognise that friendship, love; and happiness are de pendent on all the small amenities of social intercourse, as great mountains are built frowr.tiny mica lakes. Mothers who are wise will take par ticular notice of' ahny special tastes.on the part of ,their sons and daughters, and idevelop tliem.` It is 'foolish to :force a "child to study for a trade or professioni whichli has ,no attraction for ' The ri?it? human bond is that whiich' unites soul with soul; and only they are truly aki;n who. consciousl...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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THEIR VERDICT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

THEIR VE RDICT. "Gentlemen of the jury, -what-,is your verdict?". asked Squire Peary, an Arkansas justice of thle peace, address ing the twelve moss-grown but lhonest citizens, who wiere drawn up in solemn array bcfore him. "Do-- you Lfind the prisoner at the .bar guilty or ,,not guilty V" "..'"Wa'al-er-h'm-- squire," replied the foreman conservatively, '. we have looked the evidence up one side and down the othcr, so to describe the pro cess, shook and rattled it round con siderally,- chased, the various. p'ints, here, thar, arid yonder, and as a result we find the pris'ner--er-wa'al, kinder sawter, as it were." ".What do you mean by that. Is he guilty, or ain't he?" " Why, some ways we think he is, squire, and other ways he don't, pre sizely appear to be. You see, some of us hold that he shore done, it,. and others contend that he didn't: Some of us?that, are,,certain, he-doneitbe lieve~he was ixuht' anda justified ' in so doin', and some who feel sure he didn't do it believe he' ...

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 — 23 March 1900

siooiseason fi Gie sfo o, TuiE WV nora YlAr : Atr birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, enithiauuras, fan-tails," fycatchers, great °.cingfisher or laughinig jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. ~,!.: .as, podargus or mopokes, "-. sa, c;wi; southern stone plover or curleo , swallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. 'JuINE 14 To DECEMBER 20: "lLack swan, emu, ,wild geese of all kinds. AcUCUST 1 To FEBRUARY 28 Bronze-winged or- other c.it 'pigeons. quail. us-- Acsi' I 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 than the laughing jackass , all memr hers of the :grauculus family ; avocet, bittern, black "cockatoos, coach-whip-liird, •cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all .6her me~~lbers o...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

HEALESVILLE H: " OTEL, N1CI0OLSON-STREET. THOS.. BOONE,. PROPRIETOR. Good Accommodation. Moderate Tariff. Only the Best Wines-and Spirits kept. VISITORS can rely on getting GOOD t ACCOMMODATION; I MEALS-ONE SHILLING. T.B., whilst thanking, his patrons for past favors, hopes by civility and strict attention to business to merit a coitinuance of their patronage. . ARRA FLATS HOTEL. GOOD ACCOMODATION ron . TRAVELLERS, CYCLISTS AN~ TOURISTS. - Good Shooting and Fishing in Season. Horses and Traps to hire at Moderate Rates. Best Wines, Ales, and Spirits Kept in Stock. PROPRIETOR, YARRA GLEN ROAD W. H. HOOPER, PRACTICAL TALOR, MAIN - ST., LILYDA LE. A GOOD .SUIT MADE TO ORDER FOR-£2 15s. TRCO USE-RSE..O?OIVI2. 6d. Large assortment of AJUTUMIN AN1D WINTER GOODS To choose from. S.trial Solicitod." ' Healesville visited" every month. Orders may be left with Mn- W. J.. IARLEY LOST MANHOOD ge vous Debility, &, ; from youthful folly, excesses or any cause. Guaranteed CURE. A great Scien...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1600. THE BRITISH FORCES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARECH 23, 1000. fTE BRITJSR FORCES. TihRn it one lesnon to be lenined from the Boer war, even so far, and a good many others iay be laid to heart 1rob ably before it is over, and this lesson if truly learned will repay England for the losses she has sustained by the blood-stained battlefields of Colenso, of Magersfontein and elsewhere. That lesson shortly put, is that the '3ritish army is far from perfect in its admin istration, ineffective in its methods, and utterly inadequate in its numbers. The first and second of these charges have been unfortunately too well proved by the various incidents of the war. Only the magnificent heroism of the officers, and also the rank and file of the British soldiery has saved the whole of South Africa from being overrun by the Boers, and only the fact.that England is able now to bring a force overwhelmingly superior in numbers into the field, gives any hope of ultimate victory. This may not be a pleasant reflec...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

GENERAL NE WS. There is grave reason to fear that typhoid fever is now existing in this township, judging by the prevailing form of illness of many of our young people. Though it is ditlicult to say with any degree of certainty that this scourge has really attacked those who are row laid aside (owing to the secrecy which is observed in such a case) it must be obvioos that there are good grounds for supposing that typhoid germs are just now in the air. We certainly fail to see what possible good can arise from keeping the nature of the disease a' mystery, but are of opinion that it would be a much wiser policy if publicity vIere given in each instance, in order that any person strickan with the malady should be able to 'iagonise the nature of their illness, and thus enable them to seek medical advice in time to combat the evil effects liable to` ensue.' A corres pondent, signing himself "Sanitas," id another column, condemns the powers that be for paying insufficient attei'tion to sa...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

"PUNCH" PICKINGS. - :o: ----- " " "For .Goyernor.: of Victoria, Labour chere, in London " Truth," tips Lord Ampthill. :Private SSecretary to Mr. Cham berlain during fourp.,years gpast. Lord Ampthill .is far.. away ahead, intelectually; of any member of the House of Lords that has egoyerned in Australia.. i.He :is trusted ..with the gravest political secrets, and during the: South Arican. crisis it is_ evident that thddemands upon him. have, required first- lass :ability. : His -father., was: Lord. Qdo Russell, long Minister at Berlin, and his.mot eri ?wts a dau-hter of ?the .eminent - diplomatist,: Lord Clarendog.. Lord Amupthill is married to Lord Beauchamp's sister . 'Tom 'Price, of thie.second Contin-, gent, and ,Captain .Dobbini . of the Third,. are bosom friends. Both are. widowers. .decil Rhodes' fiercest enemy, in the Transvaal is. not Kruger, but Mr. Smuts the .State Attorney -of the` country, who. owes his. position to Colossus. ~muts won a scholarship at Cape Colony, given...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

ai?-it;.ti'di s t he Liief ?s'uiliriy of tr.-de dil' ci t:sing is io, t ird rosid'ttouccesa, lit tuccess itself. tlaichi da;o t Advertise your Iusincss 'I owe' atl my ueccss to it -P "'1 ? -tr"nie " Them ust trutliful part'of s. new paper is its ailvertisements.--Jejfcirtn. The ana'~i who pays more .for -shop rent than ads ett sin" f does npt' know his utsines3. flow can one 'matn now wh't:tyou wct unlesis you ask foar itror, ilyt h yn r'ha ir t tel1 unice§?Uydu :aL';ertise"it ?--i alMe 1?al..: steal The a-id'.reitisemcnts t which q-ppeari- .n' s', L insheantid'ieitin of li he state of suchte Sil ,ourdl" tare rnit, ami yo ? reoputatiorn a..:tifuid;'folks trill erie to l?iyor' 'warcihonuso andl keepi lively. If you:ldon't antn? to do .in3 tiuný" cep as. still as you 'can C,0 oro e. ,There isa an soutte ticeoasity .for aiver tising; ther. is a r;i5e.m i ne s u om- 'onpelt +fo attcnition; and ?so0 :e g-its`t uiiivl ?s lz is Yy' givi"ri asit 'iere;si miurtiy st; okvs of iic : bimmm-r,, ...

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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

GAZETTE NOTICES. The eudermentioned notices appeared; in last week's: " Govenrmenth Gazette :" t, Registrar of Births and Deaths. Launching Place Registration District --Walter Clark, of Yarra. Junction, vice John R. Henry, resigned. .Mkgistrate.- Wnm.. Henry Smith, Esq., of_ Seville. Settlement on Lands. Act 1893-i .Villaga. Communities- Proclamations .partly revoked-Warbuirton--The pro ,clamation. hearing date.the 1st July, 1895, by which-certain lands.situate in .the parish of Warburton, and com prising an area of nine hundred and. eighty. acres, more. . or less, were, amongst others, set apart and appro .priated for the.,purposes of village .community allotments, is hereby re-: yoked. so far only as it relates to the. portion of the said lands hlereinafter described, viz,: One: acre, county of Evelyn; parish of Warburton, being allotment 3 of section A. . Areas of Lands Increased and Di minished--County Evelyn, parish Tar rawarra, allot.. 116, 29 acres, second class, forfeited 4...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CHESTERVILLE SPORTS. 21st March. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

4IHIESTERVILLE SPORTS. (rorn a correspondent)r 2ist 14arch. The above sports were -held on the 17th M?Iarch ;(St. PatricksDay.) Thc attendance was-fairly,.' oogdl, but: rain fell in the morning' and. probably pre rented several pponle from "upnttin. iii n- appearance., -All .the eventsa were well contested, and entries were fairly -largo throughout, there being 1]7for the Hop-Step Jump, and 12 for the Handi dicap, .;T!e 'rpning ground is nicely sifuatgd, in a valley between two small rises; annd will make. .apital place when it becomes a little firmer. Re suits: . . HURDLE R'ca: 1st, £2; 2nd, 15s,. 3rd, 5s. S. Sparke ... . .. 1 A. ;Wal.ker ... .. 2... G. Barton . ... ,.3 HANDICAP ,FLAT R4cE:. 1st, £2 10s. 2nd, £1 ; 3rd, 10. -~A-Walker ... ...........1 S. Sparke . .. .. .2 ' T. Barton .:. .... . 3 QUOITo MATCH : 1st, l 10. ; 2nd,10s. T. Barton ... ... ...1 A. Farrell . .. 2 Hop-STEP-A JUMP : J st, £1*, '. Barton (38ft. fin:) .. 1 R. M'Namara (37ft. 4in.) ..; " S. Sparke (37ft. 3in.) ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

Used Up. Nervous Prostration. A Revelation. The Case of MRS. JANE DICKER. (A Special Investifation.) No one knows when sickness may over take him :the future is pregnant with diinmal pi-sibilities; aund, that being so, we a e al l interested in remarkable cures and startling recoveries, and to those a!ready sick the tidings of a-great rescuo from the Fell Distroyer comes as a boon Irecidus beyond words. Our reporte.- hearing won ,lerful accouints of a remarkable recovery experienced by Mrs. Jane Dicker, of 61 Go!d-street,- Collingwood, called on that laidy to ver;fy the statement andti learn from her own lips a true history of her case. Mrs. Dicker is a widow, mother of a'grown up - fami y, anid Well. on in years.- Her ta:.rment wits simnpe and straight-forward, i~nd fify' confirmed all we had tlenrd. She said :-'I" I had a very long atixious time b-fore the deaith of my nate haabaobd. "I ,was ruit down'and used up, and sufftered in the -nud froni all the deprtesfi?g: symptobi:s'of ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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PULPIT MIS STATEMENTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

PULPIT MIS-STATEMENTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. SIR, -- Last Sunday. afternoon and evening, thle young gentleman who en. tertained us with his eloquence (?) in' the Badger Creek State School, made some very personal remarks about his congregation, and as he specially singled out the young fellows, I would' like, you to publish this effusion. In alluding to them, he gave those present the impression that they were in the habit of going swimming, sitting on the fence, talking about, anything but church matters, etc., instead of going to church. Now, as this is apt to lead people to think tha we (the young fellows) go to the church to amuse our selves, I wish to deny the above in sinuations, as they are well to say the least, grossly exaggerated. I have never seen more than an odd one or two outside the church during service; and they may have had to stay outside for some purpose or other: but even if   they were not compelled to stop out side, that is no reason why ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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THE RECENT STREET BRAWL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 23 March 1900

THE RECENT STREET BRAWL TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. SIR,-It is indeed time that some- thing was done to prevent a recurrence of the proceedings on last Saturday night week in Nicholson-street, to which attention has been drawn'by "Business Man," but reading that correspondent's letter leads one to sup- pose that the disgraceful proceedings were carried on entirely by Coranderrk aboriginals, which was not the case. Engaged in the "free fight" "were   several white men (two or three of whom hold responsible positions) and one Coranderrk blackfellow. Now, if white men (who are supposed to be physically, mentally, and morally, stronger than the aboriginal, who has only been reclaimed from savagedom within the last 50 or 60 years, whilst the white man has for centuries past been rising from that position) succumb. to the influence of drink and allow themselves to use bad language and en- gage in free fights, how can we expect an aboriginal to resist the temptation to do t...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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OLD SAYINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900

OLD SAYINGS. Diet cures more than the lancet Contempt is the sharpest reproof. 'A thought afore is, worth two be hind. Custom in lyouth becomes nature in age ... , Company in sorrow makes sorrow light. Works, and not worids;are the proof of.love. WVoe to tIe house.rvhere .there is' no chidingnI

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900

XEALESVILLE ."' HZOTL, NICHOLSON-STREET. THOS. BOONE, IF ROPTRIETOR." Gooa Accommoadation. Modorate Tariff. Only the test Wines and Spirits kept. sI VISITORS can rely on getting GOOD ti ACCOIMMODATION. p MiTEALS-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 patronage. YARRA FLATS J. VIR11 PROPRITEL OR GOOD ACCOMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS, CYCLISTS AND TOURISTS. Good Shooting and Fishing in Season. Horses and Traps to hire at Moderate Rates. Best Wines, Ales, &nd Spirits Kept in Stock. PROPRIETOR?, YARRA GLEN ROAD W. H. HOOPER, PRACTICAL TAILOR, MAIN - ST., LILYDA LE. .A GOOD SUIT -MADE TO ORDER FOR 62 125se TROUSERSFROM 12. 6d. Large assortment of -AITUTIN AAND :WINTER GiDPS To choose from. -A Tria.- Solicited. - t" "]oiesville visited every month. Orders may be left with MIn W. J. IIAILEY * LOST MANHOOD ferrous Debility, &o., from youthful folly, excesses or any ca...

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ARE WOMEN WISE? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900

ARE WOMEN WISE ? The nature of the answer to this question will greatly depend upon the personality of the individual to whom the query be :addressed. if you ask the 'crotchety old bachelor, or the wdinan-hater; you will receive a mlost passionate `'INo" for an answer; and if you ask the love-sick young man, you will receive an equally passionate " Yes" as a reply. But the bachelor, the woman hater and thelady-worshiper must all asivwer " Yes " to the question, was-Mrs. M. J. Browin, of Gilbert street,:Bowden,' Adelaide, wise when she took Bile Beans for biliousness to cure, herself of severe attacks of con stipation and indigestion, from which she suffered twelve years I Read Mrs. Brown's story and judge of the wisdom of her actions for yourselves. "For over twelve years," says the lady, " I suffered from severe constipation and indigestion, with all the painful and disagreeable accompaniments that are known to every sufferer from constipa tion. 'I consulted various doctors and was...

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A BLUFF THAT FAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900

A BLUFF THAT FAILED.: " A good, strong bluff at the proper time is a yery good thiring, but it may fall flat, said a well-known commer cial traveller, " It was atone of the best hotels in the Northi a few days ago that one of the guests stepped into the vestibule to leave his unmbrella, and not desiring to go to his room, thought he would try a scheme of his own to prevent some one fromvwalking off with it. "Taking a slip of paper from hlis pocketi, in-huge black letters he wrote the, following notice: 'Beware ! The than who owns this umbrella weighs over 15st., and can strike a 10 ton blow. He will be back in fifteen minutes.' " It was not long thereafter that some one was .attracted by. the sign, and he feared iot the consequences of the. dire threat. Quickly takingthecoveted umbrella, he renioved the ,paper, and turning it oier, wrote on the back as follows: . The nian wrhostook. the. im, biblla 'Ieighs ress'than 10st;, but can walk ten miles aih hour. *He is never coming back.'....

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1600. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900

PUBLISHED FRIDAY SIORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1000. GENERAL NEWS': Owing to pressure..of. ".copy," we are compelled to hold over the reports of the se'retary and engineer which came te?fore the n?etirig of the shire council o~ 'Monday last. It was. riade known it Monday's meeting of the couii~il that tlie siim of £46 3s 6d had lieeri Faised locally on behalf of the Empire Patriotic Fund, made up of the following amounts - " Guardian," £12 3s 9d, Couricillbrs, £16 1Ss 3d; Church of England, £1 5s; State School, £2 19s 9d; Mrs Phillips, £2 19s; Ladies' committee, £9 17s 9d. The latter amount has been expended in material, which has been made up and foirwarded to the Mayor of Melbourne: It is with extreme regret that we have to chronicle the death of Miss Maude (Dolly) Boone, only daughter of nir. Thos Boone, of this town, at the early agedof 14 years. Deceased,. who had only been confined to her bed for about a fortnight; `as suffering from typhoid fever; iind despite all that medical...

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