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Fastening Horses to Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
vaztening?f orscs to Trees. 4s ordiiarily done, hitching horses tc trees is a bad practice as well as an in convenient one, but if a contrivance like El SAFE ITCM-NG I CE. the one depicted in the illustration, het? ieprodiuced from American Gardening i4 employed no hIirm can come to the tree. A stick 8:o r'4 feet in length is perme= neiuti rseiuIed to the tree by a stapl and a slial in the other end hitches a chain to the horse's bit.' This device is oftein ioire convenient than ia regn hitching port. any on M.1 cDuff I who hasn'.t read HIow bold.tlaicbeth .v~ shin, " But now hIes lbeen so long since dead, W-hy nilke liiin ui agairin'? Then let him inest, hIes out of date, We'll tirn :to sometiing newer; ' If, ou.ve a coll,, he not took late, Take WooDS' GREAT PEPPERMENT ?qRE. Be wise worldly; but not_. worldly wise.
PLACES OF NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
PLACES OF NOTE. Places of interest to visit in the dis trict, and holy far situated : Place • Distance. iMiles. Marysville ... ... 23 Narhethong ... .. 14 Fernshaw "Mallinson's Look-out ... 7 1Mallinson'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 Mit. Riddell ... ... 2 Gracehurn Creek... ... Graceburn Weir... . ... 4 Watts River .... ... Watts Weir ... ... 11Mt. Juliet (top) ... " ... 10 Buxton ... .... ... 24
Nitrate of Soda. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
N!iiaiC ,r Soda. Numbered with chemical fertilizers that ?:ec attracting, the attention of wide awake farmers is nitrate of soda. Hero are some conclusions arrived at by Sem= pers in his laLnuial oi manures in regard to it: 1. The nitrate of soda is, in most cases, a reliable manure for cereals, roots and grasses, increasing the yield iver other nitrogenous manures. ?. Many crops grown with nitrate of soda? mature from one to two weeks earlier t.an when grown with other nitrogenous manures. 3. The best results are ob0 tained by applying the nitrate to crops in fractional top diressings during the active stages of growth. 4. Crops grown with nitrate of soda generally have a higher feeding value than th6se'grown with other forms of nitrogen. 5. Crops gro- with 'nitrate of soda seem to re istfthfe attacks of parasitic organisms better than those grown without its aid. :. Nitrate of soda does not exhaus'ttlid Land.
NOT A JOB TO BE COVETED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
4NOT A JOB1 TO BE COVETED. 0~- "I stand outside an eating house at a seaside place that lives on cheap trippers, anid I invite people to step in side and dine, in the summer season," said a rather low-spirited man of the broken-down waiter class, and he added; "In the winter I perform the same duty outside a cheap restaurant near a good place of entertainment in the north of London. It's an unthank ful job; all the faults of the places I represent fall on my head. People don't grumble mnph inside the dining rooms ; it's when they see me that they launch out. Sometimes they bring out a portion of the meat and potato pie and throw it at me.. A man stood outside one day and got a crowd round by telling then that I went round. with a bag begging ' scraps' from the tbutchers, and an old woman on another. occasion shouted out, 'I'd rather have giv' yer sixpence to send me to a chemist's, yer old fraud,' and another man who hadn't been satisfied said I was ugly enough to take awgy people's...
BILE BEANS IN BALLARAT. HOW MR. REECE RECOVERED. Doctors were unable to cure—He now, however, enjoys perfect health. A EULOGY ON BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
BILE BEANS IN BALLARAT. -0-* HIOW MR. REECE RECOVERED. Doctors were unable to cure--He now, however, enjoys perfect health. A EULOGY ON BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS. Bile Beans for Biliousness have been doing good work in Ballarat lately. A prominent citizen, Mr. Thomas Reece, of 28 Clayton-street, Ballarat, who had fallen away in health, got no assist ance from doctors. Bile Beans for Biliousness came to his assistance in time, and now he is in thorough health. So gratified was Mr. Reece at this that he could not refrainp from sending the following eulogistic letter: " For the past fifteen years or more ,I have been a martyr to painful head aches,. sickness and biliousness inm all forms. I Ihad consulted nearly all .the doctors in Ba 11ara', but they certainly did not seem to under stand my case. Thely w ere baf fled, be cause I n ever Smok e, drink, nor keep late hours, In short, not one of them did me any good at all; and one medical man went so far as to say that I would have to p...
SIGNIFICANCE OF PRECIOUS STONES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
SIGNIFICANCE OF PRECIOUS STONES. -0o The diamond is a favorite stone for engagenment-rings, because it signifies light, purity, life, innocence, and joy. In other times it was credited with the power of guarding its wearer from poi son, insanity, and timidity. Pearls, to some minds, may suggest tears, but to many 'they are emblems of purity and h?mility. Love, power, and dignity are symbo lised by the ruby. Hope in immortality, and victory over trial and sin, by the emerald. Virtue, truth, and constancy by the sapphire. Fruitfulness and faithfulness by the topaz. And suffering and sorrow, but stead fastness, by the amethyst. The evil reputation attacling- to the opal is being rapidly destroyed liy the beauty of the stone.
Came Near Dying. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
'Canie' Near l)ying, " 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 different medicines, but all to no purpose. ,I sent for .a bottle of: Chamberlaini's. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Retimedy and three doses re lieved me entirely. .I went to :sleep' and 'did: not awake, for :eight hours. On awakening a few hours ago ~T: 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 u.y grateful : thanks. and. say, ' God bless you and the splendidmedi cine you i ake .! This remedy .is for sale I;y Mlrs. Munro, eent, I'ealesville ; W. J. 'DawUoin,-agent, "arra Glen Idleness is the 'road to poverty and oftei to villainy. 'We may loiter along life's high«viay iand indulge` awhile. in ddaydreams, but when mi anliness and honest sel...
FARM AND GARDEN POULTRY FOODS. Animal Meal—Combined Feeds—Bill of Fare For Laying Hens. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
POULTRY FOODS. Ann:nal ea:sl--Combined Feeds--?ll of Fare TFor Laying lens. On the farm littlcif any of the feed for poultry is purchased. It is grown on the farm, and there is no need for the poul try feeds of commerce, such as the "com bined feeds," "ainiml meal" and the like. But thoe suburban poultry grower, who represents a numerous class, is forced to ieduce profits by exvending money for feeds. He consequently is'desirous of obtaining the most for his money and may be aided perhaps by the following: Animal meal is made from fresh meat and fresh bones cooked, dried mind ground into meal. It is useful and necessary to laying hens and growing chicks when there is a scarcity of meat scraps, old bones and oyster shells, and in winter 'hen fowls cannot get insect food. It is added to the usual ration in small quan tities. varying according to the season and character of the other food. "Combined feeds" are mixtures of raimns claimed to be put together in right proportions to furnis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
-/ , . . . SRADIANT HEALTH! Rosy cheeks I Sparkling • eyes! Springy stepl Good ( appetite! Refreshing sleepl--a sound mind In'a sound boily-tliese are the Sboons which .follow the use of Ill.Willilllf PI~ll Pills. There is no better tonic-- . Snothingwill make you'so bright and strong and happy so 'quickly as Dri Williams' Pink Pills--lie you boy or man, woman or buddinI maid. "They strengt'hen thle spine, make tihe neirves taut, and banish heat effects; they act on the very founda tions of disease and re move them.. * WHATAHAPPY~IAIDENSAYS.. ! When I w:is sixteen,' s:iys Niss :I. D;La, of Butdhoi p, Street, St. Arnaud, "symptoims of animia innifest!ed them slveie. My blodd was pooi and Watery; I lost color anud Sflesh, anud was often unable td sleep. Frequently [ had td leave oven the lilightt work undone. I ?lso becaname a vic Stim'to heart palpitaLtion. All the medicines I tried proved Suseless until I bean taklin, SDr. Willia'ils .Pii?l Pills.l Tw" bboxes iladelint eiuup,rosyiii...
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
CYCLING N O'FES. -0 Cycle stealing is on the increase, and in many instances the cyclist has only himself to blsmne. A cycle lock does not cost much, and is almost a sure safeguard against cycle lifting, as very few thicves will risk taking a bicycle when it is locked so that it cannot Ie ridden or wheeled. The German Emperor is greatly in terested in the motor industry. lie has just donated £2,000 as prize money for a motor race from Paris to Berlir, Arrangements for the contest are now being made. Alartin has placed a further hatch of Australasian records to his credit on the Adelaide ORal, Martin succeeded in reducing Don Walker's quarter mile standing start record of 20 sees, to 28 1-5th secs.,"and the same rider's (stand ing start) half mile from 53 1-5th sees to 51 3 5th sees. He also rode aw half . ,,;)h- w;th.a ,Oyin;g start ir 4'G seconds. Martin had the assistance of i~otor pace with A. Middleton and J. Chap mpan. Jack Green, the English cyclist now racing in these states,...
MARYSVILLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
MIARYSVILLE RACES. The annual races of the 1Marysville. Racing Club were held on Easter Monday. The weather was fine and; the racing good, and, there was a large attendance of visitors from Melbourne, Alexandra, and Granton, in addition to a large assemblage from the sur rounding district and local residents. The officials connected with the meet ing carried out the day's programme. successfully, and the only question the stewards had to deal with was a pro test lodged against Kilfera, winner of - the district flat race, on the grounds that she ran inside a post, thus shortening her journey very considerably. The stewards held a meeting, and after hearing evidence decided to dismiss the.. protest. The rider of the second horse , has appealed to the V.R.C. committee. to have the case dealt with. Follow ing are the results: DISTRICT. HURDLi RACE. Buxton- ... ... ... 1 Kilfera ... ... ... 2 The Toff... ... ... 3 Won easily. PONY RACE, 13.2 A.U. Exchange ... ... 1, Comet ... ... ... 2 G...
It Happened in a Drug Store. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
It Halppened in a Drug Store. " One day last winter a lady came to my drug store and asked for a brand of cough medicine that I did not have in stock," says MIr. C. R. Granditn, the popular druggist of Ontario, N.Y. " She was disappointed and wanted to know what cough preparation I could recommend. I said to her that I could freely recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and that she could take a bottle of the remedy and after giving it a fair trial if she did not find it worth the money to bring back the bottle and I would refund the price paid. In the course of a day or two the lady came back in company with a friend in need of a cough medicine and advised her to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I consider that a very good recommendation for the remedy." The remedy owes its great popularity and extensive sale in a large measure to the personal recommendations of people who have been cured by its use. It is for sale ly Mrs. Munro, agent, Heales ville; TY. J. Dawborn, agent,...
ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
ALLEGED CATTLE STEALING. At the Woods Point police court, on 27th ult., Frederick Baker was charged on the information of Elizabeth Cathe rine Smith, that he did on or about the 18th day of February, 1901, felo niously steal a heifer, valued at £5, thle property of informant. Constable Crooks, who prosecuted, asked for a withdrawal of the charge, as further information had been sworn, and he would be charged with stealing two head of cattle, instead of one, valued at £12. Terena Fehring also being joined with accused on the same offence. Constable Crooks stated that the cattle had been taken charge of at Ml'Veigh's on the 5th March, but had broken away, and they were therefore at the disadvantage of not being able to bring them there for identification. T. G. Bolton, constable in charge of Gaffney's Creek, said that on 20th of March he--went to MI'Veigh's, on the Yarra Track, and took possession of two head of cattle from Constable Batty. In company with Nelson, of Yarra Track, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
It is Breakfast Time. "Don't want any." " It's time to go to work." " Leave .opl!re," S There you are, limp as a tac, i)ing in bod, whi nI there', good, cold cash waiti g tor you at i' your work. But your head is heavy, your ey lids are lead. Your t t.ngae ta.ts btid, andl you don't care. It's liver-liver-liver, an. stomach-str macli-stomach. You don't. know it, Ibut it's so. ''lhere is just one. re nedy that will put viom in you. by giviug you clean Iowe's, a hetalthy sto eich, a lively 1 ver, anol blo d that is rich and t ed, and don't st.gnate. It is Dr. Mlors'. Indian Ito-t Pills. They put an apletit"t in your etomach, a move i. yetlr hbw'l.s, lfe in ouar liver, a:d the thing that. blil as lo , fl,:sh and nerve in your Lii .d. 'thcy will mike you sleep at night, waktein the m'irning, *at, your mweals, ?aod woirk with "l,.asOre. )r. .,los ii [.dli:an Ioot Iills get a ithe . .aus.e; they stit at ti, fouit, tio, of the di-aisu; they a re g wheni other reined-. iou fail. I) . .lnr·?...
FAREWELL TO MR. AND MRS. W. BLANKSBY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
FAREWELL TO M1I. AND MRS. W. BLANKSBY. On Monday evening last, in the ( Mechanics' Institute, a farewell was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. W. Blanks by, on the eve of their departure from Hlealesville, by the choir and congrega tion of the local Presbyterian Church, of which Mr. Blanksby was a very pro minent member. The first part of the evening was devoted to musical items, to which the following contributed : Pianoforte solo, Miss Shaw; song, Mr. Bailey; recitation, "The Owl Critic," Miss Ethel Slade; song, Mrs. Grieve; duet, " No Sir," Mrs. George and Mr. Alexander; pianoforte solo, Miss Slade ; recitation, "The Women of Mumble's Head," Miss Alice Wiere; song, Mr. Bert. Shaw; song, Mrs. Farquhar; song, Mrs. Alexander; pianoforte solo, Rev. J. Heyer; recita tion, " My Lady's Leap," Miss Dolly Riclards; song, Miss Birrell; song, Mr. Alexander. Miss. Shaw,, Mrs. Baird, and Mrs. Alexander acconm panied the difftrent items on the piano. The recitations given were rendered in really first-...
The Healesville Shire Directory [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
The Ilcalesville Shire? Directory -0 , ofiinc s-An-lescy and Evelyn. :'-=- Pur - B (i" Gl" . T- " •fol Narbelthong, Stevensons,; and part.. of Gracedale and Granton. Province-South-Eastern. llembers of Council--Ions Jas. Balfour, Winu. Kiox, and J. C. Campbell. Electoral District-Evelyn. Division Healcsvillo. Alember of Assembly-E. II. Camuron. Electoral District-Anglesey. Division .--Marysville. Member of Asscuibly-,M. K. M'Kenzie.
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. Constituted 10th January. 1890. Com prising portion of Healesville shire, em lbraine?-~-.n area of ahout 2750 acres. For. i"Pýiying 'lle?ahsville tornsilip and pi:rti of the parish of Gracedale. VWater rate on tenements, Is. in the pound, nased, on municipal valuation ; minimum, 20s. Va cant lots, 61. in the pound ; minimtum, 10s. If by measure, 9d. per 1000 gallons. PJopulation supplied, 700. Commissioners-All the members of the Shire Council. S. Sloss, chairman. 1:. 11. Cameron, M.L.A., Government lollluinee. Secretary, engineer, and treasurer--TIs. G. Farquhar. Collector-J. W, George.