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A Most Distressing Case of Anæmia. A LADY WHOSE APPEARANCE SHOCKED HER FRIENDS. CURED BY DR. WILLIAMS'S PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

A ,MostDistressing ..Case of Anmmia. A LADY WHOSE APPEARANOE 'SHOCKED HER'. FRIENDS: CURED BY DR. WILLIAiT fS'S PINK PILLS FOR PALE PEOPLE. Having received information of a very rapid and eompleto cure effected by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, our re porter waited on the late sufferer at her residence, 60 Yurong-street, Sydney to hear from her own mouth an account of her illness. Mrs. Johns is a pretty and vivacious young lady of about 25 years of age, and in answer to the ques tion put to her she said:-" I have been very ill, but at present I am en joying excellent health and spirits. In deed I don't know that I ever felt bet ter in my life. I can safely say that I owe my satisfactory recovery entire ly to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The first cause of my illness was, I think, the worry and extra work caused by moving from place to place, for I have been a great traveller during the last year or two., Anyhow, after my, last journey I began to feel very low and depressed in spirits; I cou...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

A WONDERFUL SUCCESS In CURING ALL INOURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by W..MENTIPLAY AND SON, No matter what your complaint may be, chronic or otherwise. Our charges for our Herbal Prepara ion. are moderate compared to others, •indl what makes them more so,they are' RELIABLE. We successfully CURE i hi following diseases:-Hydiatids With 'ut operation, Erysipelas in 24' hours,' Blonr. Poisoning ; and Diphtheria, Typhoid and other fevers, Liver and Kidney complaints, including Bright's di'snse; Rhenumtis;, Water Brash, M:la,.smus, Nervous Debility in male ;tid female, Piles, Sciatica and Lum lago, and remove from the blood all' deleterious substances, Eczema and Jaundice. We also cure' Asthma, Tumors, Fits, Coughs, Scurvy, bad legs, Nenralgia and all other curablediseases.' Out hair restorer is the most reliable.. We give advice gratis, requesting, th!it persons writing for advice should *:nclse a stamp for reply. V. NMentiplay, sen., will be in: con ruint attendance at his shop from...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

4ExTgAcrS rmoM GAME AND FxnHEIsAs ke.. 54 Vict:No. 1 095, clause 5.-=.Wilfully do. astroying, netting, or using other means for, killing'or taking imported game at any time. Penalty-£2 and value of bird or animal (see schedule below). Clause 6.-Do. do. native game during close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to be for each bird or animal. Clause7.-Buying, selling, or knowingly, having in possession, house, or control, any' imported game or native game during close season. "Penalty-Imported game, £5 and* ''lIe of bird or animal; native 'game .;Clause 8.-Taking eggs out of or destroy. inguest of imported or native game, for hav uing eggs in possession. Penalty-lOe.- each egg. * Clause 11.-Laying poison for or poison lug game. Penalty-£10 an'd value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 54 Viot. 'No. 1093, clause '35.-Taking, selling, or exposing for sale any fish during • i?close season for such fish. Penalty-Not more than £20, and forfeiture of fish, 8?OUS?u E.-VALUE OF BIRDS AND AN...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1898. A Libeller. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, MARC 12, -1898. ., Libelier. THERE is a good old Saxon word of four letters that would betterr describe the principal writer for one ofrthose things that in courtesy we call con temporaries, but which are'really about 20 years too old to, deserve the. name. The following is extracted from the effusions that fall from his brilliant. pen :-" Healesville itself stands apart from other localities as regards the very ..peculiar, :idiosyicrasies of its people, who are, without a doubt, the Vere-de-veres of all creation, and throigl?whose 'veins the veriest blue blood of all blue blood circulates ram pantljr. Bless you, the humblest deni zen of this country village carries an air of breeding with him, a kind of an odour of sanctity of high birth, that fortunately is distinctly' wanting else where. The shopkeepers, with haughty superciliousness, scarce deign to supply !anything less than a Viscount with a p...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

IIEAL ENSVI LLE NIcHoLsoN STRFF.r, I-IEALESVILLe (Next Post Office). G. S. Matthews, STATIO~'E.R, 11aborashe~r, and Tobacconist, I)ESI PEOI TFUL' in Iimates that la hsm alwavys in stock every rellaiiit neces sary to be found in a wull-oundueted busi ness of this kind. 'ancy Goods, Tobacco w Cigars S Soaps & Perfumerny, School ,oquisites Stationery, all !?inds Fishing Tackle, icc. English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Delivered j'P Or Posted to any Address. .~ . ircul ating ,i',tvhLibrary. " A Large Stock of Patent, lHonsepathic, anddIIorse M edicines Always on Hand. Licensed under the Pharmn.cy Board of, Victoria. House. Land, Estate, & Fire and Life Assir;ance Agent. " Having taken the premises lately occupied by the Shire Council, I will be able to give every attention to and affoid all information in con,ectioo Swith the above husiness. Loans Negotiated. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED Commissions executed in Every SLine of Business. HE ALSO HAS ON SALE Every Descr...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

Clone Sesson for Game, &o. TroE WuoLz YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or, laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants, platypus, podargus or mopokes, robins,' seals, southern stone plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. JUNE 14 TO DECEMBER 20': Black swan,'emu, wild geese of all kinds. AUGUST 1 TO FLEBRUARY 28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons, quail. , AuGusT 1 'to DECEMBER 20.. . All birds known as cranes, such as herons, egrets; &c. ; all honey-eaters except wattle birds and, leather-heads; all kingfishers other than the laughing jackass ; all mem bers of the granculus family; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-bird, cuckoose,gang gang cockatoos, land-rail; all other members of th...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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THE WIZARD'S LEGACY. CHAPTER VIII PEDRO (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

THE WIZARD S LEGACY. Bi E. J. LYSAGIT:" CHAPTER VIII" PEDRO' "I ali afraid that :ai in't said:before. I aim a roilintg ate,.. " am sute lie id a charming perso,,. .:n? altogether deserving of hi.luckyI purs.' pects. Is he rich " 'No not at all, qudide poor;, llt good old family-the Allenus of i'"t-^. Allen-his father was di old hmni l mi.e, and Daffodil hiass plnif fo both." :. "Plenty for both, " echoed ). :n r Manuel, smoothly, caressing his s,.,' moustache, and smiling sweetly. Certainly he was a charming mni The Major chiarn ed the subject.' ; "That isa queer-looking valet of ..i Manuel; where did you pi:k hi,, u,, '{' "He picked me up. 'I was very i I at a lonely wayside inn. He to?, care of me-cured me, I think. I; hi is in your way, of course he can hm." "In my way I Nonsense, let 1.'',, stay. There is room there for ?' Y. body." Dr. Manuel was a great .botanis 1 in his room he made sundry decoci io of potent herbs. He knew where or that flower grew, where he l ,nI I find suc...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 March 1898

News of the Week. LosT.-A rather disagreeable experi ence befell a party of four picnickers at One Tree Hill, near Steel's Creek, lately. The little party, happy in their rambles, and eager to see all that was to le seen, took little or no heed as to where they went, and when it was time to return, after several futile attempts, they realised that they were hopelessly lost. Not hopelessly, however, as their friends becoming alarmed at their prolonged absence, a number of horse men set out to find them, and, fortu nately, were successful in relieving the wanderers from an awkward predica ment. MUST BE BAD.-A Wandin lady writing recently from Kalgoorlie, W.A., and telling of her experiences of the hardships endured there before the place became properly settled, says that they had little to eat hbut tinned meat or " tinned dog" as the miners called it. The meat must have been .very bad indeed, for she says that one tin a man gave to his dog made the poor animal so sick that it died sh...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium at fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1898. Why go to Klondyke? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

1le O(ttaib tan. Scribendi recte sapere est principiu.m et fons PUBLISIIIED SArTUDAY IMORNINGS. SATURDAY, IllARC'IJ 19, 1898. Whty go to Klondyke ? THE recent bush tires may have clone a certain amount of harm in our district, but indirectly they will, no doubt, be productive of a vast amount of good, as by their agency vast tracts of auri ferous country in the ranges adjacent to Hlealesville, have been clear.,d of scrub and undeorgrowt i, making them accessible to prospectors. Some 25 years ago the Yarra Track was a happy hunting ground for the digging" coin munity, but owing to various causes, principally the ditficulty of getting about in the dense scrub, the locality was practically abandoned by all ex cepting a few whose faith in the dis trict was unbounded, and now we hear that patience and pluck are being re warded in several instances by the finding of a number of rich patches. Several of our local councillors, with the shire secretary, had the ocular de monstration of this ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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St. Patrick's Day. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

St. Patrick's Day. Every year the 17th of March is hailed by the jovial sons and daughters of Erin's Emerald Isle as a day for feasting, jollity, fun, and license. With the cheerful sparkling nature of their race, no matter how bad the " praties" have been ; no matter if thei " gintle ,man that pays the rint" should not be fattening as well it might, on this day all true sons of Erin throw work and trouble aside, forget all care, and e" oy t hemnselves. "Paddy" has carried this principal into every part of the globe, and surely he must he a bitter and ~our person who cannot enjoy theo freedom ant genuinie humor that flows straiht fror , an I rishnan's heart on that of ali dlays?. On the 17th March, the t~day (i-vnt.-d to tie omemory of St. Patrich, theit putron raint of Ireland, :whrever a few Irishuen live, there there will ,e sports' and panics. On Thursday. last th?. usual jollification for this district took place, on the Lilydale ground, under the mlnag,?ue:nt of tihe Hieeernia...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Orange Blossoms. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

Orange Blossoms. A ewedding, which joinrled in the honds of ma:trimny MHiss Sarah M'Laughlin, on!y daughlter of MIrs. M'Lsaughlin, of B dllarat, aind M?r. Wil liam Blanksly, junior son ofi Mr. Wil liam Blanksby, of Wandini was held at the residence of Mlr WI; ., Smith, " Fornshaw," St. Johl's Avenu.? dam herwell, on the 9th inst,, in the lire. sence of their rilativ-s and friendd 'The miiarriaige ceriionfiy was iimipres. sively perlormeld ly I.he Reva Schole?s of the Camlberwell \Veslevan Church. Miss MiFaunl, tile hride's cousini, acted as'bridesmiaid. The happy couple were the recipients of many valualle pre sents. After the wedding, they went for their hoieyimooni to Nathalia. Still another marriage has taken place, the second beiiig letween Miss Hannahl Harris, adopted dlaughter of Mr. John Green, J.P., of Healesville, and M r;" Jobi!m 'Lihidupp, also 'of -Healesville. The wedding took place in Melbourne during the week.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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A New Zealand Miracle. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN THE FEATHERSON DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

A New Zealand Miracle. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN TIE FEATHERSON DISTRICT. When a girl, in the best period of her life, has suffered for four years fromn ex cessive heart palpitaton, swollen legs, giddiness. cram ps, chronic insomnia, and other distressing ailmhnents, and when she has tried numerous medicines and many doctors without the slightest benefit to herself, she naturally feels grateful when she discovers a remedy that almhnost miraculously, as it seems, succeeds where all others have failed, and iu a short space of time relieves her completely from her troubles and places her in the front rank of happy and hl-althy girls. This has precisely been the case of Miss Petrea Peterson, of Featlherson, North Island, New Zealand. In acom nmunication to the Dr. Williams' 'tledi cine Co., she explains her sutftrings at length. "I am 19 years of age," she says, "and ever since I was 15 i have bIee suffering more or less." Palpitation of t h heart was her principal trouble, shyi states, anol ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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DIAMOND CUTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

DITAMOND CUTTING. The rough stone i;, in the first instaneg, put into the hands of the "splitter." It, must he noted th',t three operations must be gone through before the stone is fit to be put into the bands of the manufacturing jeweller: - (1) splitting, (2) cutting, (3) polishing. Hard as the diamond is, the stone is capable of cleavage in certain diree tions, and thus an enormous amount of labour in cutting is saved. An exception. ally skilled operative alone is permitted to do this work. He must be able to see at once every flaw and imperfection in the st.ns. and conduct his workl in such wise ad to get rid of them as fr.r as possible, and thus to prepare the rough stone for the cu:ter. As the splitting is, so to speak, the more intellectual work, so is the cutter's by far the most laborious. The operation is done mainly by hand, and requires a great dr,.l of luscular force; so nmuch so, that the w Iks:en are obligei to wear very stiff fin Fered gloves with the tips cut off in...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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DIARY OF AUTOMATICAL EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

DTAIAY OF AUTOIMATICAL EVENTS. 7 ..a.-Turned out of automatically con slricted htIl and dep.,sited upon the floor, An iF;'ked LiT rud hurled into an automatic dre.uing, washing, and shaving chair, a!ter which. being dres:di by f"lf-acting machi nery. derser:nl by switchhinek lift to dining. room. iihere I am fed by in "automatio private bre.Llfaslt Lopp!irT" "wlile listEning to lat night's penerhs in the House, and the latoe.t gossi. furnished by one of the ' l'mhouographic Asciation's Parliamentary and Pscinl ?:eandal M:uhines." 10 A...--Tak nautomatio horse exercise, ]nd nil t ihowt-n tvicr, being i,,ckold np each tiue automatically by a w.f-r?e:gistering and rerolving automatic policeman. Noox.-Attend the marriage of a favourite niece. assisting at the sulbrequent social en" tertainnirit which is :ntp i'd to the assem Iled tuests on the plastfrmo of a West-End terminus from cne tof the '"Twopenny Wed dihng Ireakfr.st Con,lpoy's Automnatic Ma chines." the bridegroom at the same ti...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

EYVER FELT B ETTER. A Lot of M eaicine. All. t) No Purpose, But CLEMENTS TONIO SCORES. Mr. W. H. Peterson Elgin-streot, West Xaitland, New South Wales writes on August 11th, 1896:-] atm pleased to say something in praise of Clements Toiiic and Fletcher's Pills. I frequently hail pains in imy stotmch, caused by indigestiou, . I took it lot of bmedicinesr all to no purpose. Reading one of your advertisments, I decided to give Qlemente Tonic a trial, and bIought two large hottles und one (lax I I)lr.. Fletleher'a Pills, and follaweredl the diretliunos and sooun felt ,bitter.. It is now over sixtlnonths since I felt any pain; 1 can eat without any in convenience, and never felt better. in my life.--Yo:rsl &e., x ý A

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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PUZZLES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

PUZZLES.--Noone having vet solved fhe myster- of the Chinese Monuster we havel decided to withdraw our offer if: the prize 'should not be claimed bnfore net :.rida v. Oilier prizes may be offered later on should space permit. ,We direct. our readers' attention ,fo a general alteration on our fourth, pae, attributable to want of space, which com-n pels us to withiraw ouradv.ertiseinent, and( in lieu thereof, = substitute" interesting matter .

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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A SONG OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

A SONG OF HOPE. FAR down the winding Lane of Years The weary world is slowly wending, Grim Walls of Fate and Gates of Tears To trembling prayers no answer send ing; Yet through it all, sweet spirits call, Through lonely days of grief and ach ing "Hope's roses blossom on the wall, To keep the world's great heart from breaking !" Across the sobbing Sea cf Doom The weary world is slowly drifting. Eyes wet with tears peer through the gloom; Yet see no sign of rest or rifting. Still angels bright, from some far height, Repeat through hours of weary waking "Hope's starlight shines through dark est night, To keep the world's great heart from breaking.!" O er troubled waves, by paths of rue, Faint souls press toward the Land of Pardon Burdened with crosses wet with dew, From chill Gethsemane's lone garden; Yet to and fro, now loud, now low, A voice is sweetest music making Hope, singinig on through pain and woe, To keep the.world's great heart from breaking. -Sydney Bulletin.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Marysville, March 16th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

Mlarysville, March 16th, 1898. Dear Uncle,-You said I was improving in my last letter, so I will \rite aainil this will be omy fourthl, and I hope .I have a bit of luck this time. I have not much news to tell you, as things are very quiet here now. Tile Criicket Match between Marysville and Taggerty camne off last Saturday, Marysville team being again victorious. Mr. Gamble (our inspector) is coming to examine us next Tuesday. Mly brother got two huatiful parrots from Mt. Morgan last week, they were very wild, Mother was feeding them to-day and let one go. It flew, away' and, we have not seen it since. We went up to the falls on Sunday. Now Dear Uncle I lave told you all the news ['can think of just now. I remain your affectionate niiece MAUDE BOONE Aged 12 years and 6 months.

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POINTS GAINED BY COMPETITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

POINTS GAINED BY COMPETITORS. Cnim. i \tr. Spg. Pune. Wrtg. T'tl. T.F. 25 28 11' 11 1 76 M.fI. 24 26 14 10 2 76 R.P. 21 27 11 10 5 74 M;i3, 23 26 11 11 2 73 M.T. 23 23 13 10 4 73 IA.W. 25 20 12 12 3 72 L.F. 23 20 13 13 3 72 Rosie Phillips, therefore, wins the prize between herself and Lizzy Foster by two points, and this week another tie has taken place between Tom Farrell and Muriel Hanson, who w.ill have to compete again next week. Tho:,e leading for the big quarterly prize are Maud Boone and Rosie Phillips. UnCLE RUBE.

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Launching Place. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898

The sixth and final romnrd of mtntfhes in connection with the Lindsay Russell Trophy for the season, was hrnouht to a conclusion on Saturrlnv, when Upper Yarra met Lilydale on the eround of the latter. Upper Yar-a, winning the toss, went first to the wickets, and sueeModed in putting tneetlher 1.5. E. Goodan' ?o2. Joe Gonodanon 2, Gerl1es 20. 'were top scorers. Lilyvdle replied with 97 : Sil nma, 42. Uther 18, and Sharkic 11, reach ing donuble figures. Tipper Yarra, with 3S runs ahead on the first inninrrs. were all disposed of in their second attempt for 87 ; C. Kerrigan 26, J. Goodson 26, and .T. Kerligan 12, doing most of the scorin'. Lilydale. requiring 126 runs to win, then went to the wickets. but could only man age to total 107 ; Silman 28, W. Olivwr 22. and Uther 22. leaving the Upper Yarra winners by 18 runs. rhe annual -sports at Launching Place on Easter Mondav promiste to he a great success. Already a good sum of money has been subscribed by the cnmmittee, and they have ...

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