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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1901. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1901. GENERAL NEWS. The Lord Bishop of Melbourne will hold ':a Confirmation: Seirvice of 18 candidates in St. John's Church this evening.- . A very unsatisfactory state of affairs was brought to light at the meeting of the deflating society on Wednesday evening when the place'of meeting was ' being considered: Previously, the I IMechanics' Institute was used for the purpose, but quite recently Mr. Alex ander, who has had charge of the financial working of the institution, so far at least as receiving all monies con nected with the hire, etc., of the build ing is concerned, has'removed from the town, and the only person in charge is M1r. Barker-(who, by the way, does not receive any remuneration for the evenings he devotes to looking after the institute, and in some instances receives no thanks from those he gratuitously serves)-and that gentle man does not feel disposed to let the rooms for any lengthy period, although while he is in char...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
SMitchell and H urlstone, Produce and Timber Merchants, Chaff Cutting and Grain Crushing Mills, N ICIIOLSON-STREI?ET, 1lEALESVILLE. ALWAYS ON SALE Chaff, Maize', Oats,; Peas, Bran, Pollard, Barley, Potatoes, Straw, &c. ' FLOUR AT SPECIALLY LOW PRKCIES. -Boiedust, Vegetable Seeds, Fruit Cases, Superphosphates, Lawn Grasses, Raspberry Buckets, City Council Manures, Pasture Girasses, StrawierryBoxes,' Blood Manures. Fruit Trees. Export Cases. Horse andi Calttle Medicincs. BUILDERS' VATEnIAL " Hardwood adid Softwood Tinmber of all sizes. Lime, Hair, and Oen.ent in any quantities. Galvanised Iron, Ridging, Spouting, etc., etc. Lining, V.eatherboards; Mouldings, etc. T. W. STORY, Manager. Reconstrituctiom of the Boot calZi Sloe H1odspi ata .ontom CREDIT to STRICTLY CASlf Prices. CAST YOUR EYE OVERr THIS AND ASK YOURSELF T-HE QUESTION Did you Ever -Get Boots & Shoes so QHE.A.' in Healesville Before ? W. J. HARLEY Is SELLING BOOTS & SHOES below MELBOURNE PRICES for C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
The " lealesville Guardian" \TEWTWASiPAiP R . ND, GENERAL PRINTING WORKS, CASTELLA - S'L'EE'l, ,, UALESVILLE. -:0: JOB PRINTING OF EVERY DESORIPTION. DONE ON THIE PREMISES With Neatness and Despatch. -:0:- The " Guardian" is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch; First Mail. This Journal advocates local interests, and the fostering of local industry. It cendemns the pracpce of supporting foreign labor. To .&dvertisers 'and Subscribe's. TH-E " GUARDIAN " IS NOW PUBLTSHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING Instead of- Saturday, as formerly. ADVERTISERS PLEASE BEAR THIS IN MIND. Closo Soason for Gaoe, at. TaH WaoLE YEAR: ALtL:birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their prodner (Including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer. epithianuras, fan-tails,- fly-catchlrs, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, -ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. :", .qs,: podargus or mopokes, ,-...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
SLatw Relating to Newspapers. 1.-Subscribers who do not give _express notice to the. contrary, are considered as wfshing to continue theirisubscription. 2 . Ifh i'b ribers order-tihe: discontin u ane- of their periodicals, the publisher. may continue to send them until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that "re fusing to take periodicals from. the office or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prima facic evidence of intentional fraud." U. If subscribers pay in advance for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to continue taking it, otherwise ...
HEALESVILLE POST & TELEGRAPH OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
IIEALESVILLE POST & TELE GRAP-I OFFICE. Post oliice open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tt.legraph oflice open froim 8.30 a.m. to S 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. Intermnedhite 7.15 p.m. Marysville and 9.30 a.m. Daily. Narbething1 j Mails arrive from Melbourne, &c., 9.40 a.m., 2.40 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Daily. M1arysville and 7 p.m. Daily. Narbethong J
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 April 1901
CRICKET. On Good Friday last, a match was arranged between the married and single of IIHealfesville. A good attend. ance was present on the reserve to wit. ness tie engagemnent, and a pleasant and enjoyable ganme was indulged in. The single representatives again drubbed their opponents, who, by their defeat, had to present a new match ball to the local club. Scores; MARRIED, Mullett, run out ... ....,,. 39 Lindupp, c King, bAdams ,,, 10 Woods, b Adam.s ... ... -.., b G. Wilson, c and b Adams ..2 Parry, b Adams .,, ....... 0 Brann, b Heritage ,,. ... M'Sweeney, b Adams ... ...0 Allen, c Atkinson, b Adams ... 1 Anderson, b Adams ,,, ,,, 0 Taylor, b Adams ... ... .., 2 Thomas, b Adams ... ,,, 0 ,Hanley, not out ... ... ... 1 Sundries ... ... ... 1 Total .,. ...... .. ... 61 Bowling-Adams, 9 for 19; Heritage, 1 for 21. SINGLE. Smith, b Lindupp... ... ... 21 M'lIae, not out ... .. ... 48 E1van?, run out ... ... ... 0 G. Adams, c Woods, b Hanley... 11 Heritage, b Hanley ... ... 5 Tevlin, ...
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse, nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 April 1901
CORRESPONDENCE. (Wle do not necessarily endorse, nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. Six,--I answer to Hawk-Eye, I may state that I expected comment on the subject matter of my articles, but certainly not personal insinuations. I can only compare Hawk.Eye to the little boy who complained to' his mother that other boys called him big head. The mother consoled him by saying, never mind, my boy, there is nothing in it. Hawk-Eye may he very piercing, but brain power is very limited.-Yours, &c., J. L. SOILR(EDER.
THE NEW NATION, AND THE NATION MAKERS. HOW AND WHY THEY MADE THE COMMONWEALTH. No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 April 1901
TIlE NEW NATION, AND TIlE hI NATION MAKERS. w lHOW AND WHY THEY MADE THE P' COMMONWEALTH. la No. 2. pp [BY CLEMENT TIESSALL. IHEALF.SVILLE.] an Oar Federal movement, it must be borne co in mind, has been all along, for the most tit part, a " political" movement. No large , section of the people had shown any great th aptitude or enthusiasm in the work of n, nation making until the time of the elec- mI tion of the Federal Convention. We need co not now look far hack to the time of first federal aspirations. Every citizen of the n Commonwealth has read, or will read some fet day, the early history of this movement. of The great question was first brought prae- hi tically into politics when, at a Federal " Conference, the resolution was carried that the people should have power to elect a Convention to form a Constitution. But even at this time the Federal question was almost everywhere in Australia very little de more than a plaything of the Parliaments ; and even when it did enter as...
ALLEGED CHILD MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 April 1901
ALLEGED !) IILD MIURDER. ' At the Melbourne Criminal Court on Friday last, Catherine and Hester 1l Brown, of Healesville, were charged "before his Honor Justice a'Beckett, with the murder of a newly-born male child, on or about the 1st April, at [I Healesville. Particulars of the case were given in in our last issue. pa Mr. Finlayson conducted the case on se behalf of the Crown, and Mr. Maxwell, ap instructed by Messrs. M'Kean and no M'Kean, appeared for the accused, tic who pleaded not guilty. no Both accused were very poorly clad. fe Mr. Maxwell, at theoutset, said that Cc he had been assigned by the Crown to da defend the accused. He was supposed Ti to appear for both, but as their in terests might clash, he felt somewhat tic embarrassed. He suggested that a Cc second barrister should be appointed. th His Honor said he saw a barrister a (Mr. Paul) who could do justice to the ev case.' After a brief consultation, Mr. all Maxwell announced that he would ap- in pear for the mother a...
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 April 1901
BOWLING. On Saturday last, two rinks from l the Healesville Bowling Club visited South Melbourne to play a return match with the bowlers of that place. Although the weather looked threaten ing, rain held off until the finish of the a game. Wilson and Matthews cap- t tained the visiting rinks, and Bennett a and Cooper the homne players. Wilson beat Bennett by nine points, and Mat thews went down to Cooper by four teen points, and a very enjoyable game resulted in a .win for South Melbourne by five points, who thus t reversed the oider of things when the South Melbourne club, visited Reales ville. Afternoon tea was provided by the ladies, which was much appreciated by. the visitors. Following is the scores : SOUTH MELBOURNE. .No. 2 Rink. Messrs. Thistlethwaite, Herd, Do * herty, and Bennett (capt.) ... 22 , No. 3 Rink. Messrs. Disinoor, Morris, Carter, and Cooper (capt.) ... ... 26 Total .. .... ... 48 HEALESVILLE. No. 2 Rink. Messrs. Bull, George, Jackson, and J. J. Wilson (capt.) .,...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 April 1901
ORANGE BLOSSOMS. On Wednesday last, in the local Roman Catholic Church, the wedding was celebrated of Miss Emily Kelly, youngest daughter of Mr. M. Kelly, of "Spring Creek," Healeaville, with Mr. James D. Mooney, police constable, of Melbourne. Notwithstanding the in clement nature of the weather there was a good attendance at the church to witness the ceremony, which was per formed by the Rev. P. J. Gleeson. The bride was dressed in white silk, trimmed with chiffon and orange blos soms, with wreath of orange blossoms and veil, carried a shower bouquet, and looked very nice. Mr. Bowden acted as best man, and the bridesmaids were Miss Kelly and Miss Mooney The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a gold and opal bracelet, and to the bridesmaids a very nice brooch each. After the ceremony the wedding party returned to the residence of the bride's parents, where a sumptuois wedding breakfast was partaken of, when some fifty guests set down to do honor to the occasion., The health of the ...
WHY YOU SHOULD NOT BE AN EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 April 1901
Wl[Y YOU SHOULrD NOT BE AN EDITOR. -0 Editing a newspaper (says. 4 con temporary), is a nice business. f. we pu,!ish jpokes, people, say we have rats in our garret. If we omit jokes, people say we are fossilised. If we, ppblish original matter, they blame us for not giving selections. If we puldlish selections, folks say we are lazy for not writing something they have not read in. sonne other paper. If?we do not cater for the wishes of the ladies, the. paper. is not good enough for wrapping up." crib." If, wee remain in our office and attend to business, folks say we are too proud to mingle with our fellows. If we go out, they say we never attend to our business. If we wear poor clothes, folks say business is bad. If we wear good clothls, folks say we never paid, for them. We are expected, to pay spot cash for everything, and give unlimited ," tick.". If we dnn't inseit';reports about slopers, people say wehave no back hone ;- if, we do, we pdser've to. be stoned. If we pqhublish re...
A CHAPTER ON THE LIVER. HOW IT GOVERNS OUR HEALTH. IMPORTANT TO HEALESVILLE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 April 1901
A- CI1,AITEIE ON THE LIVER. --o0 - 1IOW IT GOVERNS OUR * HEALTII. IMPORTANT TO HEALESy.ILLE PEOPLE, The principal duties of the. liver are. to clarise the blood and to furnish a fluid called bile" for the proper diges tion of food. The duct or pipe leading from the liver to the stomach some times becomes clogged, and, the free passage of the bile is thus prevented. When ,hat happens the bile is forced back into the gall bladder, which over 'flows, and.thus it is: carried into the wrong channel ;. this state is called " biliousness" Many and. varied are tthe effects of a disordered liver. The tongue is often coated with a white'or yellow mattern; there is a dificulty in breathing ; there is also a ,tightness across the chest; the sufferer is given -to faintness and sighing;. pains are ifelt in various parts of the body; t1je stomach and bowels beco.me inflamed; the face is flushed, and there is some times a .dry cough. The appetite is irregular, and as a rule pimples, boils, and itch...
Came Near Dying. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 April 1901
Canme Near Dying.. " For three days aqd nights I suf fered agpny untold from an attack of: cholera morbus brought on by e'ting cucumbers," says M. E. Lowther, clerk of thie district court, Centerville, Iowa. " I thought I should. surely 4ie, 'and tried a dozen different mediijues, but all to no purpose. I sent for a. bttle, of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera anid Diarrhoea Remedy qnd three doses re lieve@ me entirely. I went ?g sleep and did not awake for eight hourq. On awakening a few hours ago I 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; W. J. Dawbtorn, agent, Yarra Glen.
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 April 1901
MARYSVILLE; ' -? piotu.pfFqu postal township on: the fStevenson river, 62 miles east of 'Mel "lodurnie" Coaches leave Healeeville.daily .for Mar ysville, the.roatd passing over the` A r-famed Blacks Spur. "'he scenery at. .~arysviIle is extrminely pretty ; the Stevenson Falls are two miles distant; and '= Toinmiy's Bend " and Cumberland Creek are near. It has two good' hotels, state school, police station, and two stores. The district'is purely grazing. It is connected with Narbethong and Healesville by tele-i phone. Population, 80.
WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 April 1901
'AN American paper thus defines it e The life-blood of..modern business. 4A money-maker, getter, and saver.. SA flash. of,-informatipqp to: all the, people.. The lever of trade. The mine that yields pure..gold-ia.. large divicgend~i The. key-note of progress in the, march to success. The dealer'p sure rqpd to succes A mediumnifqr the ,inerease of 0 busine . That whieh. booms the plice and enriches the advertiser.' A means of communicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligent ;people, profiting sender and receiver. Personal.. and public benefits are 'derived from its jtdicious application,. A notice that brings, best returns for least money,.. The corner-stone,,f , the, Temple ot Fortune,: The, power, e.at. keeps, trade in, emotion,. "S'he electric powe' concealing traa~.e
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 April 1901
IRun Down. Used Up. Nervous Prostration. A Revelation. The Case of MRS. JANE. DJKER. (A Special Invrestigation.) No one' knos when sickness may over take him; tihe future is pregnant with dismal possibilities ; and, that being so,'we a e all initerested in remarkable cures and startling recoveries, and to 'thps already sick the tidings of a great rescuoi'r.tm the 4 Fell I)iitroyer comes as a boon frecious beyond words. Our reporter, hearing won derful accmunts of a remarkable recovery iexperiencei "by Mrs. Janu Dicker, of 61 !Gold'street, Collingwood, called on that :lady to verify the statement.i'nd learn from 'her own lips a true history of her case. .Ira. Dicker is a widow, mother of a grown up fami y,: and well on in years. Her ttatem?ric was simple and straight-forward, anud fully confirmed all we had board. She daid :--' I had a very Idng anxious time b.fore the death of my late husband. " I was !run dowinandused up, and suffered in the " ..Ied i:.au : ..to .l rmptoms of uierv...