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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
'On the Brink of the Grave." "ANOTHER DERANGED LIVER.' -A Fairly Astonishing Curt e The Case of MR. 'PHILLIP DREWITT. :(By a SpeciaL) There is ni' doubt that a scdentary occu !pation predispdses to'certain foims of ail 'merit, silently preparing the victim, so that if a reniedy is not speedily'found the conse "quences will'be past all help., Fortunately Mr. Phillip 'Drewitt, shoemaker, of 1)93 Rathdown-street, Carlton, was not of this 'number, for though standing dn the brinik of the grave he listened to sound advice, and is now a living witness to a most surprising cure. Hearing of this'ca'e our ?reporter lost no time in interviewing 11r. Drewitt, who he found busy as he could be, yet quite willing to sacrifice a few minutes to relate bhis experiences, which were as follows: "I am sure that my trouble arose in the :first place through carelessness. I got caught in the rain one day, my clothes were soakingwet; this gave me a chill, followed ,by.a cold. This"cold I neglected, and, gr...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
General Gatacre is a iia- of a spare and iwiry physique, and is still-- in tl:e early fifties. His demeanor is serious, rift "coirteous, and he is somewhat stern. tio indifference to his own personal surroiindings is remarkable, and.he will sleep in a ditch with per feet good nature, but lie expects his eficers to do the sanme-thing with as little conternr as himself. It:was he. who organised and directed the plague irelief works two years ago in Bombay, and the vigor and the. thoroughness with which he did his work marked him out as a notable man. A minister elii knowi as a great dancer was one night dancing at a ball, when the following conversatioii took place between two old women :-First 011 Woman : " What dae ye think o' oor minister?" Second Old Woman-: " Faigs, I think he's eddicated at the j wring end."
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
'xik'JATS FROM GAME AiD FiSHigRiES ACTS. 54 Vict. No. 1095, 'clanse 5.- Viliully 1e stroy ing, netting, or using other means for killing or taking imported game at any time. Penalty-£2 agid value obf'tird 'or'animai (see schedule belov). " Clauie 6.- 1)o. do. native game during close season. Pnalty-£2 inaiddition to bs for each bird or animal. Clause7.--Buying, selling; or knowingly halving in possession, hiidie, 'or control, any inmported game or native game during "cldoe. ,season. - Penalty-Imported ganie, t5 and luoe of biid or -animal ; 'iative ' gamdie Clause S.-Taking eggs out of or destroy ing nest cf imported or native game, or harv ihg eggs in possession. ' Penal~tyi- s.i aah' egg. Clause 11.-Laying poison' for or poison ing game. Penalty--£0nd' ~ ialize'of :fird or animal destrbyed or injured. . . 54 Vict. No. 1093. elause 35.-Taking, selling, or exposing for sale any fish during close qeason 'or such 'sh. Penalty-N1ot; "er than £20. and forfeiture'of fish.,
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
Colirts of Petty Sessions. C6urts will be held during the year 1900 at the undermentioned places, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz - Name of Court. IHour.. Feb. March. April. May. ,June. I uly. Aug. Sep. .Oct . Nov. De!. Eleidelbr ... :10 5, 19ni+ 5, 19° 2, 160f 7, 21IQ 4, 180o 2, 1O6f 6, 20°t 3, 17f I, 15 5, 19 7 Anderson' Creek 11 120 120 go 140 110 9g 130 100 80 120 : Eltuha ... 1:. 13 0 13° 100 15° 120 100 140 110 .9 130 i Yarnr Gle .. 9.30 280 14 11 6 9 4 1,29 26 24 21 2 lealesvill ... 2.30 10 150 120 400° 7 5 2, 300 270 .250 220. 3 A.M.. Lilydale. ... 9.30 2, .9o.f, 2, 90t, g ot, -, 401, lIt 1,8,15, , 13, 3.10, 1 7, 14, 5, 12, 2, 160t 7' 16,23 16,23,30 20, 27 18,25 22, 29at020, *270f 240f, 31 210t, 28 190t, 26 23, '30 21,28 Ferntree Gully.... 9 270 27 2940 290 260 240 280 250 230 270 18; Queenstoln ... 11 ° 26 23 28 25 23 27 24 22 26 *Police Magistrate's ' isits. Licensing and Warden's Coiuts. D. BERRIAAN, *Clerk- of Courts.
CAPITALISTS AND THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
CAPITALISTS AND THE WAR. .1 WOODFORD LiosAnb. An inspeetion of the 'Lands Register 'in Pretoria wvill show that. the Uit landers own tlhre®8fths df the landed property in the Tratis vaal. In regard to value, it may fairly be said that the proportion of the Uitlanders'"holding `is greater. The capitalists, it'niust be "renideliered, oivn the greater. Iiropor tion of this property; they were .de veloping their tmines satisfactorily, and if they were hailmpered to some extent by the cost of dynamite, they at any rate were ma?king moiiey freely. They had the worth df Inillidns uritold in mines and :machinery which could easily be destroyed should war break out. In short,-they had everytliing to :lose and comp~ratively little to gain in' the shape of increased dividends. These capitalists were men of all races, represeriting money -drawn 'from a dozen different pet8iles.-Enlish, Ger-. man, French,:-Russian, and America. Of the total amount invested, the ?British-capital dobes not 'repres...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1600. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1600. :ENE1tAL NEWS. Reference has often been made in; these columns to the manner in which the street-lighting is conducted in the township of Healesville. Several evenings lately have icoiplaints been. maide of the uselessness of lamps at this eind of the town, which, upon inspection, were found to contain little or no keroseie, doise~iienitly the lights were so dim that it was just'pos. sible to distinguish the reflection. In situations such as the turn in front of Daly's Hotel, and that at the inter section of the Lilydale and Yarra Glen roads, extra care should be taken to see that proper "i6vision is made to minimise the chance cf accident by having the lamps well filled and cleaned thoroughly. As the ratepayers pay for a street-lighting service, it is only reasonable that the 'contractor should endeavor to keep faith wisth tIe'ciiidi tions of contract. Two nominations were received on Wednesday last for the vacancy at the souncil ta...
BRACY'S OPERA COMPANY. TALK WITH A MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
BRACY'S OPbERA COMPANY. TALK "WITH A MEMBER. " Comic opera is a good deal more appreciated 'in West Australia than. legitimate opera;''said Aliss Ada 1Bert hold, a member of Bracy's Comic Opera Co., to our reporter, when inter viewed upon her return, "and we could have easily. extended our season had we wished. Personally, I did not A trip to the sea-side. enjoy the trip, for shortly after arriv ing I was seized with a fearful head ache. I became .prostrated, feverish, and aespolidenit, and a keen sufferer from indigestion. Typhoid was rag ing, and everybody said I was sicken ing for it. Although given every at-. tention. did 6dt imp'rove, and a' change to the seaside at Fremantle did me 'no good. At this stage I was strongly advised to use Dr. Williams'; pink pills. I did so, and even after a few doses felt improved. The violent headaches :gradually _ :suis?ided, .id-.L continued. with Dr. W.illiams' pink pills until quite cured; I am confident they; saved me from- typhoid, and-for...
THE "CIVIC STAKES." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
THE "CIVIC STAKES." [BY RATEPAYTER.] When the nominations closed on Wednesc ay last for the above important event, to be"run off on Easter' Satur day, it was found that 'only tw;o com petitors had come to the post. Owing to late starting, the bush horse, Robartsio (upon whom a great, many had planked their confidence) did not nominate, much to the disappointment of his admirers, who. expected hinm to win with his "moith open." How ever, there is likely to he a lively gallop between the Birmingham man ,'(if he' saddles' up all right), and the Devonshire goer (providing he is not 'shorn' too fine.) As there can be no dobbt- that unusual interest will be * taken in this municipal " go," it be hoves every one to be there on the eventfulday. :Probably some of your readers may be looking for a "tip" as to which of the two goers are likely to win, so'I place them, thus:- BARBER, 12.0 (Luscombe). Dead SADDLER, 9.6 (Furmston) s Heat.
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
CYCLING NOTES. "t. Adria-tn, the -'tI!ktifdn 'Sydney` racing cyclist, has passed the necessary .iding 'tests, etc., and has joined the N.S.W. Imperial Bushmen's Contin gent. It is reported that Ken 'Lewis, erst while tistillasian Champion, is now re turning to Melbourne after. an eight months' trip to New Zealand, where he .has been racing with no success. '" The story of a remarkable ride " is the title of an interesting booklet just 'issued by the Dunlop Tyre Company, giving an account of Arthur Richard .son's cycle ride around the Australian 'continent. . Tlthebodklet is produced in attractiye style, and it goes without 'saying that such a ride as Richardson's is productive of much interesting read ing matter, and all'fortunate wheelmen who manage to obtain a copy will read -with priiae the history of Richardson's lone ride around Australia. A. copy will be supplied gratis by the, big Tyre Company to applicants, and as'the issue is limited an early application, will be necessary ...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
Law Relating to Newisppapers. .1. Subscribeirs whodo not give express notice o the conrtraiy, are considered as wishin' to coitiiue their subscription.... 2. Ifs~'ubscribers order t' h'discontinu ance of their periodicals, the publisher maey continue to: shd' tliem uitil' arrears are pgid.', 3. If ssubscribers refuse or neglect t6 tak& periodicals from the office to wvhich they are diuected, tley-are held responsibl ':until th'ey'have settled their bills, an ' 'dordered the periodicals to be discontinned. 4. If subscribers move to other places without 'informing p.iiblishcts, nd the .gesrs are senst to their foirn'er' lirection iTfhe'subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that "rce "*fusing to take-periodicals from the office "or'removing or leaving theip u`ncalled for is prima ftcie'" 'eid6iice of intentional 'fraud." '6. If"sibsr'ibcers pay in' advance for periodfcils, they, are bound to give notice to th'e publisher, atthe end.of the timet. .that 'they :d...
NOTICE TO VISITORS AND TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
O?OTICE TO VISSITORS N .D TOURISTS. Pacofinterest visiin the dis trie, and ?ow'ar situated I "Place' , :: :. Distance: lfiles.i IMarysville| .: : , . 3.'. 11allinson's Look-out .. 7 I:lallinson's Gully :.. 10 Condouli's Gully y.. 4 ":ieyers Creek and Falls:;. 5 1%atlhiiiria Falls . ... 7' Blacks spur & Etta's Glen 10 €Co1dndeirk Blacks Station 3 .Graceburn Creek:. "Graceburn Weir: ... .. 4 Watts River ".. .. :.` "Watts Weir ;.. 5 . It. Juliet (top):. . 10:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
SADvi~nisrisI is the chief auxiliary 'of trada - Tooke' a?v'ertising isf'o 'thb roa'to siuccess,' but success itself.-Rilchardson. Advertise your busine'ss; I owe all my success to it.-P. T. Barnum. The mos` truthful, part of a neaisp? er is its advertisi fic.nts.--Tef tr?rbG .. The man who pays more for shop rent Sth-iin advertising des' not kiiow'hi: business -Hlorace'Gr i ey. Hovwcan'one man know what you went A-unless you aisl '.fo'it, or what' you have :t ,sell iunless you" ad vertise it 7.3-i1tui atf Hal The " advertisemen.ts ':: hish appear mi Spublic ]ournal take. rank.ainmong the most ' ignificant indications of the state of society: of that time and place..-Dickens. If "u aE'iree tie, it gives your placc a riputation ariind ;.folks wvill crowd to your' warehouse a'ld keep,lively. ',It you don't want to do anything, keepas. still as, yoiu san, F Arownie. .Thelre is? aaisbsolute necessity for adver t iig t"here is a great eagerness to compete for attntiin,'an;aid no one'gets...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
Ileales le Post and Telcgraphi - 'Office. P ost:ifice'ii bon from 9 a.m. to 6'p.m p Telegriiploffice iopen from 8.30 a:m" to 8 I p.m. PFot office savings ba'lk open from 10 a:m.'to 3 p.mi.; Saturd?ys from 10 a.m. to 12 ridbn. 1Mails closn for " elbb inte 10.30 a.m. ) , "ahd . and Daily. Intedmediate 715 p.m. MIarysville . and 9 0 9.30"aain'Daily. Narlietlibng J Slails arrire from - Melbouirne, &c., 9140' a.m., 2.40 p.i!, and 7.30 p.m. Daily. I Marysville 7 B Daly d,, ... 7p.m. Daily Iaibettiong' -
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
" PUNC]H" PICKINGS. o: Gordon 'Beauchanmp now declines to have anything to do with reporters. He says: " I cannot'open my mouth without one of thiese pressmen putting his foot in it." Our Melbourne acquaintance, Stuart Cumberland, writing in ' Lotndo. magazine, conipaie~s Lord Robertswithl Moltke.. While allbwin` the superi ority of Molke he points out one as. pect in which Roberts has the ad. vantage. "This is froth his tiiagnetic influence over soldiers, a 'luality pos sessed by 'Napoleon, but denied to Moltke and \Vellington. Private Sumner, of the second Vic torian :,cntingent, tells of a riather comical incident inCaipefown. Sumner has not a very high opinion of the horsemanship of rorb'me of the Imperial cavalry he saw thdre, but Lord Kiteh ener's Light Horfe Were found to be particularly deficieht in sticking quality when their horses misbehaved. The Australians saw tliis regiment march out, and cheered them lustily as they left, whereuponi, says the soldier, ' their horses b...
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
BOWLING. Two rinks from tihe local bowling club journeyed to.Auburn qn Saturday last, to play the return match with thlie bowlers of that place. The Heales ville bowlers were on the Auburn greet. some time before the game com menced, and indulged in a little prac tice to gauge the strength of the green. Play commenced shortly after 3 o'clock, and a very enjoyab!e time was spent. The visitors went off with a strong lead, and at each posting of the scores had a sulbstantial lead until the game was.half finished, they at one, period being dfouble their opponents' total. The lastL part of,?thi game saw then Au?urnites gradually making up their defciency, and at: the?conclusion of the: game had six 'joints to the good. The following are the scores:~ AUBURN. Nr: 2 Rink. Messrs. Walsh, Thonai, H. Holzer anLGwillam (capt.) .24 . No. 3 Rink. 3.essrs. -. Holzer, Padhbury, Eminerson, and Farmer (capt.) ... 21 Total .1. :. . .·45 HEALESVILLE.. Nq. 2 Rink. Messrs. Thomas, Harley, Mat? thews, and...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
EIIEtLESVILLE SHIRE I COUNCIL. Tlje'following 'reports vre' crowded out of last issue:- c The secretary reported as follows':--[ r have thie honor to report that since your d last meeting day labor has been employed _ in repairs and removing loose stones on a the Dalry road, repairs on the eitension of g Green-street, wlhich; owing to tie 'recent t heavy 'rains, vas in a very bad state ; cleaning out thlie Elham Road drain,'clear- a ing. timber off the. Woods Point Road, r clearing blocks out of the water tables and a drains on the Marysville Road, similar' work an? repisiritg bridges Buxton Road, t and repairing culverts and the Yarra Bridge. 1 on tile iiyiale Road. II In connection with contracts,. Lindupp, f has completed his job on Monro's Road, n Ockwell has the stone for ret'alhing on the c Don- Road all quarried, Furixston has:' carted out the spalls for the towbnship q iniintenanice, and the 'breaking is well .' under way.: He habs also-just about cornm pleted thlie 13 chain...
RIFLE CLUB. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
RIFLE CLUB. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. SiR,--I was pleased to read in your last issue that a start was made towards the formation f . r fle "cub in Healesville. Now,, sir, with your permission, I would like, to ask the query, Why does not the Govern~nent: provide the riflemen 'ivith 'free rifles and ammunition 7 The members of the club have to take an oath to de fend Her `Majesty's dominions, and. if hostilities were to break out they. would be amongst the first called upon to take up arms in defence of their country. There is no doubt that all would be willing to defend their Queen and countrr, and why they should be asked to pay for tie_:rilvilege of be: coming good rifle shots surpasses my comprehension. I do 'not wish to throw cold water o'n the movement, but I would like to see rifle clubs put` on a more satisfactory footing-for the` members, at least. "Trusting this view"' will commend itself to others, and be the means of promoting a movement for the better management of ...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
Closce Season for Game, &o. TEE WH«oLE 7Yzi : Ar.L birds, except sparrows and minas, not "indigenous to 'Australia; and their' roinue , icludling: eggs),' ahtelope,' b-eedeaters, bus. tard or' wild turkey, Californiani quail, deer, epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great ,kingfisher or laughing ja.kass; grouise, :ibis -lyre-birds, magpies,; magpis latks k, Ols, partridges, pheasants, ~!,. .: s, podargust or mopbkes, . .w, seals, southern stone plover or curlew, ewallows, 'wablers, white" swans, wrens. " e hte JUNE 14 TO DECEMeBEi 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese-of all kind1s. . A odsT T1 o IEBRUARY 28 : Bronze 'iinged or"otlier 'wild- pigeons.: quail. AfcusT 1 to DEC.I IIFR 20. All birds knoivi as cranes, such as herons, egrets&c. ;c all honey-eaters except 'wattle-: birds "and leattherheeads ; ll 'lkingfishers "tier than the lafighing jackass ; all mem bers of the grauculus family ; avocet,' bittern, black cockatoos,"coaclh-whip-rird, cuckoos, gang gang dolkai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 6 April 1900
HEALESVILLE : EHOTEL, N1CHOLSON-STREET. THOS. BOONE, PROPRIETOR. Good cobhmmodation. 0od.eoa.te Tariff. Only the Best Wines and Spirits kept. VISITORS can rely on getting GOOD ACCOMMODATION. 1AIEALS-ONE SHILLING. T.B:, W'hilst thanking his patrons for lpast favors, hopes by civility and strict attention to business to merit a continuance of their .patronage. YARRA FELATS ROOD ACCOMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS, 'OYOLISTS i). : TOURISTS. Good Shooting and Fishing in Season. JHorses'and Traps to hire at -lIoderate Rates. 7Best Wines, Ales, and Spirits Kept in Stock. -PROPRIETOR, YARRA GLEN ROAD, W. H. HOOPER, 'PRACTICAL TAILOR, -MAIN- ST.-, ILYDA LE. A G00OD SZT -lMADE TO ORDE? -FOR R 2 1ls. TROUSSERS FROM ,-12. 6d? `AUTUMIN AND WINTER GOODS Tb choose'from.. A Trial Solicitei. Sigl Helessville visited every hrionth. Orders may be'left with MR. W. J., iRLEY . LOST MANHOOD Nervous Debility, o , from youthful folly, excesses or any cause. Guaranteed CURE. A great Scientillo 'discovery'y anatomy...