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Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
Courts of Petty Sessions. Courts will be held during the pear 1900 at the undermentioned.places, at the hours, =and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz : Name of Court. IIour. Feb.. March.- April .. Ia June. July..". Aug. .Sep., . ot.... .ov.... IDec. A.M.; , : .. HIeidelberg .. 10 , 19.t 5, 19°t 2, ;-16 7 21,tj 4, 18 2, 16°o 6, 200t 3, 17 ? i 5. 5, 19.f 17 Anderson's Creek 11 120 12, 92 14o -11' .: 9 130 100: 8 129 . Eltham ... 11 13° 13° 100- 15 120 -100 .14° 110 oY 130 11 Yarrz Glen ...9.BO0 28°0 14 11 9 4 1, 29 20 24 21 ir12; [EIalceville . 2.30 10: 15 5 12 :100 70 . ' 50 20,:800 270 ?25~9- 222 18 "A.M. - "" Lilydale ... 9.30 2, 9et, .2, 9f, 6o f , -, 4 f,11, 1x,8,15, , 13, . 10, 17, 7,14, 12 2 16°f, 714, 16, 23 16,23, 30 20, 27 18, 25 22, 29to 2O 270 240t, 31 21ot, 28 19f, 20 23, 30 1, 28 Ferntree Gully ... 9 270 27* 24° 290 202?. 2 28 2502 27 18 Queentown 1.. 51 5 . .20 23 -28 25. 28 " 27 24.24 -22 26 1 10 i *,Police:Magisltrate's ;V isits.: t Licen3ing and1. ar...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
naw Relating to Newspapers. 1. Snbscribers who do not give express hotice to the epntrary, are cdnsidered as wi.hid?i to'continue their subscrijtion. -2. Ifsubscribers order the discontinu nnce of their periodicals, the publisher inay conthiue to send thetl until arrears bre paid. 3. If subscribers refu?e oi neglect to take periodicals from the office ti'o which they are directed, they are held responsible triitil they have settled their bills,, and ordered the:periodicals to be discontinued. . 4. If subscribers mnove to other places without informing publishers, tnd; the .apers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible: 5.-The courts have decided., that ~'re " nsing to take periodicals from the office Mf renioving'or leiving them uncalled for , i?:p. i rima. jfacie, .ev idcnce of ~_ientional - " fraud:' ." -t. If subscribers pay in :dvhdice: for periodieals, they are bound to give notice to t'i'e, publisher, at the end of the tidie, that they do riot wish ...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
NOTICE TO VISITORS ANT .' . TbJUiRISTS. P:. l?ce oa 0£ ntermtOt t'n v1isit' fi ee"Lis;. trice; and how far-atnuated -`:' > Place - ii•tace. M.ileii. iJarys?ville - ... .. '3. S? rl.ethon' ... 14. " 2114 Sershaw ... 7 Mallinsoin's took-out 7. Mallinson's Gully :10 o.C?tdei's Gully.. ... ::?leyfer reek aind Falls... 5 : Matliiiinna Fall ..:. ... 7 .iadgerRii,. ...:. . . 4 Blacks Spur & Etta's Gleii 10.. Corandbrir Blacks Statihi 3 ft. el .... ... d'2 Gracehurn Creek.: .. Gracedurn Weir 4:. ... 4 Watts River 4: . Watts Weir ... ..: 5 Nit. Juliet (top) ... .. 10
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
ADovenrTsx: is the ehief auxiliary of tra.da -Tooke . Advertising is not tlih road to success, btat success itself.-l:ichardson. .Advertise your litusinces; I owe alls iiy siccess'to it.--P. 9 ' Barnum. . The most truthfnl part of a newspaper is its lavertisements. -JeIfTrson. . .i: . The man who pays;.umre:;fqr shop rent than advertising does not kidoiv his business HIow can one man know what you weal ' unless you ask for it, or s~li't you hae =s S sell uinless you advertise it ?- urat HHal The adveitisementsi. which appear in : :tibnll: joiurina takec rank : among, the me'st bignificant indications.of- the state of society bf that tiati arind ilae -Dickens. I.. .t i 'ittlvcrtise, it gives your. pla~e a1 ieputatido around, folks will crowd to y.our *arehotisb antit keep lively. If you dori't, S " tvaint to do' anljtiiing, keep as. still as you an.--C. F. Broic'ni. ;,Thete is an absolite. neeestity fdi :.Al ver "tising; tiier id a great eagerness to dcopete for attentni an; d nii ot...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
S$Ialesvllle Post and- Telegraph Office. Post office 6pen from 9 n.m: to G p.m. T Telegraph office open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m.. Post office savings, bank open from !0 .ii. to 3 p.m.; Saturdays from. 10 a.m. to i2nodn. S MIils clobe for-= .lelbourne i'0.30 a.m. and ,. and Daily. ntei-imeia'teJ 7.15 p.m. : Marysville . . . and 9.30 anm.-.aaly. KNarbethdn. . S aiA rrive from .?elbourt?' &., 9.40 -a.m., 2.40 p.nis.;nd 7.30 p.m. Daily. .aryssvilie 3 and' ' ' 7p.inI Daily. Narbeithong - , · · · . . . _ . . . ? .
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
. t a committee 'meetin, of the Healesville Horticultural Society, held iii :the Mechanics' Institute on Wed nesdayr evening, it was decided that the marquee for -the show be:the same size as the one used last year: T'e follow ing stewards were appointed in con nection with the forthcomin'g show : Fruit: Messrs. H. Lindupp; jun., and J. .T. Wilso?'. vegetables: Messrs. R. Muirry and T. J. Phillips; flowers: Dr. Baird and Mr. J. .J. George miscellaneous: Messrs: . .... ,HnAler arder, G .S Matthew' and T. beer.
RIFLE CLUB TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
RI12LE CLTJBi;:;: THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. SI,n At the recent ineeting of the Rifle Club, the chairman (Mr. Matthgws) could hardly find words, to express, himself in thanking Messrs. Geor'ge ud Phhillips, twdo members o,. the lite I ifle C!lulu, for their' geng?rou? offer.ii .granting the above club the uise of the old target, fiee of cost. Now, Mr. Editor, I would like to know if Messrs George and Yhillips are sole pos sessors of the said tar'get, or ?hether it belongs to a few of the to.wnspeople who subscribed oyards jts spurchase., Hoping I am not encroaching on the late mem ber's generosity,-Yours,.&c., SUBSCflIBlR.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN SIR,-It was with much pleasure I read your paragraph re above, also letter signed' "Sanitas," in your last issue, and quite agreewitlh him that it is time something was done byjr the;authorities to at least prevent the spread of a fever epidemic. We can not prevent .ever from coming amongst us, but.we can always, with proper care, if we wish, prevent it from spreading, especially such i. one as now threatens us., Xh.e .present epidemic cn-,be traced from onesource, and I presutie our medico has had the treating of each patient. Cer taini facts.point out that proper care has ndit been taken, and the duties of our Health Oficcer live not been carried out as they should, have been. , As far as I can learn, a young: man came here with the fever, was nursed. by his s!stor, .who took it; she again was n'r~ed by angther party, and, one of this family lias, been; laid lip; and yet our local Health Otficer' says it is not infectious. We want the health of Heales...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
CYCLING NO'Es. It is said that \V. Martin intends leaving Australia within the course of a week or so, and intends journeying to the States and thence, on,.to the Continent, . Many of the sports-,going public will he sorry to hear that "Plugger" will be so soon leaving these shores, for the. American .has ,made many friends during his ,sojourn in the colonies. It is' more than likely' that Martin -will. be accompanied *by, one or two colonial riders who are anxious to see the States. A well-known- )nglish engineering firm have recently constructed. a com bined quadricycle and hose carriage. Two tandems have been utilised for the purpose, these being braced to gether with stt-ong tubing, :the hose box being, disposed between the two cycles. -It is claimed .that in districts where hydrants; are. available with water at a good. pressure, the: four firemen the quad. carries would be quite capable of deatin?,?iWtih, any' ordinary outbreak without turning out the engine, A similar contriv...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
'Two gentlemen walking together came by a stately.new building. ,What a magnificent structure," said one.. " Yes," replied' the other, but I. "-cannot bear to look at it often as I pass it." '" Th'atisstiange; why not :i . '! Because it reminds me that -the owner built it out of- the blood, the .aches, and groans of his fellow-men out of the grief of crying children, the ,woe of wailing women." . S?"Gracious! What is the owner a-? money- lender, or a pawnbroker, or esomething of the kind T' S- bOh, no; he is a dentist,"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
o110f8 Lives are Lost b1 seatý - a Hualili.tg 1naq la War. DR, WILLIAMS' PINKI PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. Ehnable the system to resist the - enervating effector hotweather, . which makes so many people In 's this colony miserable-partliu larly at the end of summer. 4 These pills build up the blood by supplying elements which enrich it and strengthen the nerves. They are recommended by liberal-mInded doctors, . chemists, and trained nurses. SThey are not a pureiative, con sequently they do not weaken the body, an important consider ation In summner when Rustralla men and. women require all their strength to resist the heat. -Mr. D. Evans of California Gully, SEaglehawk, writes :-' -Ten years ago my health rAin'downn somowhat owing to the summer's heat, and chronic diarrhcea set in. I had-to leave three positions on accotint of my ailment, as my employers said they must have regular attendance. I attended the Ihfirmary but was not cured. L :Later on I came "to Eaglehawk, 'the S"diarrhel s...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
C4AZETTE NOTICES. The utdermrntion?d noticed appeared ii~ii"st week's " Govehitrient GaZette -" Application for Licences Approved Allan Stowart, 25 acres, parish "Trral w?,rra, "allot. 112." John .;1., Keppell 20,000 acres, parish Bditon and Stalvend son. ,Liccnces and Leases .Re vked or De clared Void - Slate Forests--M. Byrne sec. .?; pWrish Tarrawarra North, 3 acres, abandoned from 31st Deceriiher, 1899, Claude .T. Tloy, sec. 42; pi.isl T arrawarra, Licence unde.r sectiou 42 'nd 49'of the Land Act 1890- 1 s!rrendered.-r-Tonian Bird allot. 94, parish Tarrawarra, 9l acres
HEALESVILLE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
HEALESVILLE RIFLE CLUB. There was a good respoiise..to-the meeting convened by Mr. G. S. Mat thews on Monday evening last, in the -Council Chamlier, with., the o.ject of forming a rifle club in Iiealesville. r. Mattheis, whvlo occupied the chair,.said the general idea. throughout .the. colony .at the present time was to form rifle clubs, and h!e did not think IIealesyille. should be in ithe back ground in the matter. He had been requested by a number of townspeople to call a meeting, and the number preo sent showed, that they were in favor of. forming a rife clhii. Mr. Alexander, at the request of the chairman, reported what action he had taken in securing informtion as to.the formation of rifle clubs; arid read a few of the regulations and rules, that govern such .clubs, as issued liy the Defence Department. The Chairman informed tTie tneetink that Messrs. George and Phillips had donated a target for the use of the club.when fdrored, the only stipulation added being that in the eve...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
IIEALESVILLE- SHIRE s rUNelIL. The ordinary mpnthly, meeting. of the above was held in.. the Council'. Chamber on Monday. Present-Cr.' -Matthews (president) in. the chair and 9 Ors. Bailey, iCeppel, 'Robbins, Sloss ., and Sheehan. g CORRrESPONDNCE. . From Treasury, forwarding. account; for equivalent for licences toi £80, for. seal and, signature -Received.. From Department of Water Supply, asking if any. water.. supply obtjectipns, existed to 'granting .400 acres, Grace-. dale, under section 42 .to Margaret J.i Nanson. -Thea secretary, stated that. the laud applied for was just outside of. the . ire s otndasy.-- Cr. Sloss j moved that the council have no objec-; •tion to the :granting Qf the area : Cr.! Keppel seconded. Carried. From Public Works Department, in timating that £123 5g, halid been papsed for payment (2) -that it. had no object tion -:to acceptance :of : Furmston's tender "(contract. 11);. that: £1350' had heen allotted' to shire as follows : £750 to Woods Point Road,,...
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents. HEALESVILLE AND ITS FILTH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
'COYRRESPONDElNC tE. STe do not. necessarily indorse the; opinions expressed ?? r Our corre'spondents. HEALESVILLE AND ITS FILTH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. .Sn,--Even .in our - salubrious little town it takes a ' pJague".to awaken ,our Rip. Van · Winkle councillors and tlieiri officers. : They are, at last, let ts lippe, alive to the fact that nightsil .,is being buried, not only near the township, but in. our very midst, even in our back gardens. A.w?Tifi or two of bad drains or dirty back' yards are, nq doubt-.small affairs, and not: worth the mentioning, after :the night-i man's, job being. taken over privately :by a few enterprising, or is it mediey ld, indi viduals. }Vhy should it need something: like a fit of hysterics- to. discover the slovealy manner in which the sanitation of :our tornship is carried out.. There, are just .two other mattersk I., would like to draw the ettention pf;..of r, councillors to.i First-Is it not possible :to have a few seats around about the t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
WEIDDING BELLS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BURNSIDE-HERBERT. &nbsp; There was a large gathering at St. &nbsp; John's Church of Eng!and on Wednes- &nbsp; day afternoon last to witness the mar- riage of Miss Harriet Mary Burnside, second daughter of Mr. Wm. Burn- side, of "Bona Vista," Healesville, &nbsp; &nbsp; with Mr. William John Herbert, se &nbsp; cond son of Mr. W. Herbert, of "Point &nbsp; Pleasant," Yarra Glen. The interior &nbsp; of the building was decorated fdr thet &nbsp; occasion by friends, and the display of &nbsp; evergreens and flowers was arranged with delcate" taste. Midway down &nbsp; the aisle an arch was erected, and the &nbsp; effect of the decorations was fuirther &nbsp; added to by eight imitation bells (which &nbsp; were suppliel by the father of Mr. Sumner, of this town) suspeFided from; each side of the building. The initials 1 o...
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) PULPIT MIS-STATEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) 'PULPIT MIS-STATEMENTS. Sir,-I was somewhat astonished, if not disgusted, at what appeared in your- last week's issue in reference to statements made at the Badger Creek State School by Mr. Tylee.`Evidently, "Young Fellow" must have had a guilty conscience ,and perhaps had a bad night into the bargain. He, ("Young Fellow") says this is apt to lead people to think they go to church to amuse themselves, and wishes to deny the insinuations. I think the majority of the congregation, if not, the public, are in a position to judge for themselves, if this is so or not, by their conduct when present. Evi dently the cap must fit, or he would not have put it on. As for the shoes he asserts Mr. Tylee to be wearing, I do not think the man did wear shoes; if he did, allow me to say Mr. Tylee has a more humble opinion of himself than to be carried away in pride. He also states that Mr. Tylee has not thought it wor...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
TO THE EDITOR OF. THE GUARDIAN. SIR, I noticed in your last issue there appeared a letter under the above heading by a c0rresponent signing himself "A Young Fellow". I am not a member of Mr Tylee's church, but I was present at the Badger Creek State School on the occasion of the anniversary services of which your correspondent writes, and I would like to say that - firstly, Mr Tylee made no personal remarks whatsoever during afternoon or evening.services ; and, secondly, your correspondent's letter, is made up chiefly of mis-statements. There is a statement that it takes a Scotch- man to be cunning, but it would take, a good deal more "canniness" than your correspondent possesses to hide his iden tity, even if he does cover himself under the misleading title. of ' A 'Young (?)' -Fellow". I would.like to say, Mr Editor, &nbsp; that your correspondent's letter has caused great indignation, amongst many of the young men who are regular attendants at Mr Tylee's church and who we...
A LOCAL INDUSTRY. MEYERS CREEK (CROWLEY'S) SAW MILL. OPENING OF THE TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 30 March 1900
iA OCAL INDUSTRY. MEYERS CREEK (CROWLEY'S) SAW MILL. OPENING OF THE TRAMWAY. On Tuesday last, at the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Crowley, guests, includ ing visitors from M~ielboirne; Lilydale, Yarra Glen, and other places, to the number of over 100, assembled at the Grand Hotel, frotii wliidi place a start wans made for the scene of tle day's festivities, Meyers Crerk Saw Mill, where it was arranged that a dinner shotld be partaken of to celebrate the operiing of thli t?~aiiay to that place. The party were conveyed to the present terminus of the tramway in drags, cabs; buggies, and lt'oq of Mr. Crowley's large waggons, fxed up for the occasion, the two latter conveying about 30 each. The first part .of the journey by road was accomplished in good time, the teams oftentime being brought to a standstill owing to the iougli road, ulit the ill effects and annoyance caused by the jolts, etc. (in cidental to such a trip) were amply re paid when the tram journey was undertaken. The first t...