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ETIQUETTE YOUNG PEOPLE'S MANNERS. Parental Neglect of the Gracious Art of Good Breeding. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
YOUNG PEOPLE'S MANNERS. Parental Neglect of the Gracious Art of Good Breleding. In some homes the belief in the ability oL ;cjithto guide itself aright is carried to the extent of forbearing to teach the very rudi ments of good manners. It is assumed that contact with their fellows and the selledW cation resulting from social attrition wi'l turn the young people out at length as fj ted ladies and gentlemen. Meanwhile they are allowed to be as objectionable .4 it pleases them to be, and no one lifts hand. or voice in warning, in correction, in teach ing. The boys slouch into the room, their grubby hands. in- their pockets, their cape ii"hieilr imkempt heads. Perhaps they. whistle; perhaps they shout, two or three in chorus. They are not checked, not taught better manners, nbt interfeied with in any way:? The glii~s, maybe at the awkiard age when it is diffcult to make them well bred with :the greatest'paine one can take, come riaipipg in with their b'bthers, giving the impression of ...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
. HEALESVILLE- SHIRE. Cnnatituted a shire, 30th Septe'mber, i 887. Area, 283 square miles. Popula .tion, 1350; ratepayers on roll, 290; rate,. 1:? in the £. President-Cr. S. Slons. . Councillors. G. V. Furtnstono .. Retires, Aug., 1901 : : J. Sheehan.... ,, ,, 1901 G F.·G. Bailey ... ... ., , 1901 :'i Nicholst ... ... ,, ,, 1902 :J. iM.Keppel ... ... ,, ,, 1902 :I.T.' Boone+ .... ... ,, 1902 Thoinas Crowley ... , ,, 1903 Stewart Sloss ... ... ,, ,, 1903 Johin A'Gretton ... ,, ,, 1903 : The la?e Cr. Chandler's seat. S r:: . Matthews seat. +Cr. Robbins' seat. The Counril meets at the Council Chain hers on the last Monday in each mouth at 1 p.iu. Officers. Secretary, engineer, treasurer, and Valuer-Jas. G. Farquhar. Rate collector-J. W. George. Helt.lt' h ficer-J. C. Baird, M.B., B.S., Dog registrar and sanitary inspector Thos. King, senT. Poundkeeper. and caretaker of recreation iegcrve-J. J. Wilson. Inspectors of slaughterhouses and abat toir - HFealesville, Thos. Ijing, senr.; - . a...
The Healesville Shire Directory [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
T. he Healesijile eShi?ilie Shire Directory -o Counties-Anglesey. and Evelyn. Parishes-Buxton. Glenwatts, Monda, - Narbetlong, Stevensons;?? and part- of Gracedale and Granton.. S` e Soiitli-Eastrn Members of Colfil --Hons Jas. Balfour, \m. Knox, and J. C. Campbell. Electoral District-Evelyn. Division- Healesville. Member of Assembly- -E. H. Cameron. Electoral District--Anglesey. Divisioni --;Marysville. Member of Assembly-M: K. M'Kenzie.
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
\ " EALESVILLE WATER TRUST. C, Constitnted 10th January, 1890. Conm C'jSJ- p frtion ofEEealelsville shire, em ti area of -ahout-2750. acres. For r Heulesv-ille tow.iship untpl trt. p . tenements, Is. in the pound, based on 4? runicipal valuation ; mninimum, 20s. Va cant lots, 61. in the pound ; minimumn, 10s. If by measure, -91. per 1000 gallons. Population supplied, 700. Coummissioners-All the memnhers of the Shire Council. S. Sloss, chairman. E. H. Cameron, M.L.A., Goverament nominee. Secretary, engineer, and treasurer--as. I. Farquhar. uollector-J. W. George.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
Many business men advertise only at certain seasons of the year, many prefer ring the fall and early spring. But the ex perience of advertisers who have made the subject a study is that persistent advertis ing is the' best and returns more profit con sidering the outlay than advertising by fits and starts. It keeps one always before the pub~lic in a sense, and the power of a daily or weekly repetition of an advertisement is inestimable. "A French writer says that the first time a person sees an advertise ment he-hardly notices it; the second time, he remembers he has seen it before; the third time, he reads it; the fourth time he wonders if it meets: his wants; and the fifth time, he buys the article. This, at least, is human nature. A single insertion of- an advertisement seldom produces much impression,-butlet' that advertisemenit be repeated for a month or six months, and satisfactory results generally will follow. People remember that they have seen it' before, and gradually the...
REASONS FOR ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
5ZASONS Fox ALDVYuI1zisG.. ADVERTISIN? 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.-Jef?erson. The man who pays'-more for shop rent than advertising does not know his business -Horace Greeley. How can one man know what you went unless you ask for it, or whatyou 'have t * sell unless you advertise it ?--Murat 'Hat stead. The advertisements which appear in a public journal take rank among the most, aignifiuaut indications of the state of' society of that time and place.-Dickens. If you advertise, it gives your place 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 ean.-U. F. Broune. There is an absolute necessity for adver tising; there is a great eagerness to compete for aftention, and no one gets it unless it i...
PLACES OF NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
PLACES OF NOTE. Places of interest to visit in the dis trict, and how far situated : Place Distance. Miles. Marysville 23. Narbethong ... ... 14 Fernshaw ... 7 SMallinson's Look-out ... 7 Malliuson'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 Graceliurn Creek... ¼ Graceburn Weir ... 4 Watts River ... ... Watts Weir 5 Mt. Juliet (top)... ..... 10 Buxton ... ... ... 241
Game Near Dying. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
Cainme Near Dying. '! For three. days and, nights I, suf'. fered agony untold from an attack of cholera morbus brought on. by eating cucumbers," says M, E. Lowther, clerk of the district court, Centerville, Iowa. " I thought I should surely die, and: tried a dozen difftrent medicines, but all to no purpose. I sent for a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrheas Remedy and three doses re. lieved me entirely. I went to sleep and did not 'awake for eight hours;: On awakening a few hours ago' felt so gratified that the first work I do on going to the office is to write to the manufacturers of this remedy and offer' ;them my grateful thanks and say, ' God bless you and the splendid medi cine you make.'" This remedy is for sale by Mrs. Munro, agent, Healesville 4 W. J. Dawborn, agent, Yarra Glen. On and after April 1, 19.01, the postage on inland letters will be as under :-For every half-ounce, or frac tion thereof, one penny. This notice to postmasters in the weekly "Post and ...
HEALESVILLE POST & TELEGRAPH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
HEALESVILLE POST & TELE GRAPH OFFICE. Post office open from 9 a.m. to G p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post office savings bank open 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. [ntermediate 7.15 p.m. Marysville and 9.30 a.m. Daily. Narbethong Mails arrive front Melbourne, S&c., 9.40 a.m., 2.40 'p.m; and 7.30 p.m. Daily. MLarysville and 7 p.m. Daily. Narbethong
THOSE MEN. Two Chipper Women Agree That They Are Hard to Please. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
THOSE MEN. , two Chlpip"r aWomnijn Ag.:e Th) They 1 Are llar(l to Please.. '!Men are awfully hard to please," sighed the woiman with ýhe pansies in her bonnet as sie seated hersel f at the restaurant table. S"Ipdeed they g're," responded the woman with b'e blue s'pge gown.' -I met Clara awhile ago, and phe says her husbaUid says the npanest 'thiigs about her new full slegves. He threatened tq get n divorce Jiist because she wore a dress v ::.hout any at a ball last wiiiter. Why, I call that il logical." "So dq 1. Nov, Frank is ?iways saying | am sq extravagant, so I just determined fo prove to hin that I am not. Well, yesa erday saw iqme gloves advertised" at 75 cents q pair, so I decided to get som6n ' didn't exactly need then', you know, but it was a good chance to show my hus4an4 that I 1vaýillfiig to savenmoty. I came diowntqwn on purpose to get them, and would you believe it?-I1 fprgot iall about thben.. . You see, I had beeniiookiiig'in vain for a black lace pape like Emily's,...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
CYCLING NejiSS -0 A big developmueqt in the cycle trade, 9r properly speaking in the cycle tyre trade, is on tapis. We refer to the pstablishing of a large manufacturing Rubber Mill at Motitasge, Melbourne, ',y the Dunlop Tyre Co. A large building with a ground floor area of 2,400 square feet ha. already been se:ured by the Company, who have ordered from America a complete and u~~to dte rub;ber minmufct.uring plant that will cost £10,000. . This step jgas lecome necessary, as i. is essential in the interests of the cycling public''`nd of the company itself that only the test of material he used in construe-' Lion of D,unlop tyres, an to properly ensure this they have decided to mianu facture all the component rubber parts of these tyres on their own premises and under their own supervision, in stead of importing the rubber parts, etc., from English'rubber mills. An experienced rubber expert has been re tained by the emnlpany, and is now on his 'way 'ronI In di;ina, Ua.S.A., to take ...
Educational Item. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
Educational Item. Proud Fatie---Welcome back to the old Sfarm, my boyl' So you got t ough collUe all right? Fhi'Ya sSon-Yes, father. "Proud rFather--Ye know I told ye to Sstudy up on chemistry and things so you'd know best what'. do with different kind of lands. What do yoi thlink of that flat nmedder there, for ianst? .d.. Si.41et' A' (Jo`fiully)-Cracky, what a, jilace for a ball gamel-Texas Siftings.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
CRICKET. The qnal match for the Knox Trophy was played ou the lealesville recrea tion reservey on Saturday 'afternoon between the Upper Yarra and Steel's Creek clubs. JMessrs. A. James and A. Hqbhbrd were the respective cap tains. Steel's Creek were without the services of Guy, one of their. most pro minent players, and hatted oqn man short. The feature of the match was the all-round exhibition of J. Goodson, for Upper Yarra, who was mainly re sponsiblo for the substantial victory gained by his side. Scores-: STEEL'S CREEK. A. Hubbard, st. M'Donald, b J. Goodson ... 23 W. Hubbard, b J. Goodson . 10 J. Hubbard, b J..Goodson 0 hr. Fletcher, b J. G~odson ... 0 E..Carey, b Ewart ... 6 W. Fletclier, l J. Goodsoi 2 Morris, st. M'Donald, b Ewart ... 7 W. Hqnt, b J. Goodson... 2 R. Hunt, hot out ... ... B. Hubbard, run qqt ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... .. 5 Total ... ... ... ... 55 "Bowlinr: ýJ.: GJ.ooilson, 6 wiclkets for 22 ;:H. Ewart, 2 wickets for 6. UPPER YARRA. C. Kerrigan, b J. Hubbard ...
PROPOSED RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 April 1901
PROPOSED RAILWAY EXTESN sION. In response to the convened public mpeeting for Saturday evenini list, re the further extension of the line from 11ealesville as advocated by the AcheronY'alley and Upper Goulbqrn .jailway League, a fair. number of ratepayers assembled in the Shire Hall to hear reasons advanced in its favor. It was announced that delegates from the League would attend, and explain all matters in connection therewith, but the only gentlemen to. put in an ap `pearance were IMr. M?'Kenzie (presi dent of the League) and Gr. Nichols. Mr. Sloss (shire president) occupied the chair, and said that the League were advocating railway extension from Healesville to Tlhornton to enable farmers and pthers an outlet for their pommerce, and as the greater number of people whom it would benefit resided in the Eealesville shire, he thought , they should assist the project. 'If the League could produce satisfactory eviE dence to the Minister that the line would be an advantageous one, the...