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REASONS FOR ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
SEaSONS OR AnDVERTflZNO. ADVER.TTsING is the chief auxiliary of trade --Tooke Advertising is not the road to success, but sguceas itself.-llichardson. Advertise your business; I owe all my success to it.-P. T Barnum. The most truthful part of x newspaper is its advertisements.-Jeffurson. The mah. who pays more for shop rent than advertising does not know his bun.sinseI: -Horace Greeley. How can one man know what you want unless you ask for ij,. or what you have to sell unless you advertise it?--Murat Hal The advertisements which appear in a pnbli2 journal take rank among the: most gagnificant indicatiorns of the state of society of that time and place.-DichY?is, 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. can.-C. F. Browne. There is an absolute necessity for adver tising; there is a great eagerness to compete for attention, and no one gets it unless it jq by ...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
leialesville Post and Telegrapih - Office. Post office open from 9 a.m. to 0 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 Melbourno ) 10.30 a.m. and . and Daily. Intermediate) 7.15 p.m. .Marysville and L 9.30 e,n . Daily. Narbethung j Mails arrive from Melbourne, &e., 9,40 a.ns., 2.40 p.m., and 7.30 p.m. Deily. Marysville and 7 p.m. Daily; Narbethong . . . . . . . .
GOODNESS IS THE BEST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
G4OODNESS IS THE BEST. --o The people who win their way into the inmost recesses of others' hearts (observes a writer of keen perception) are not usually the most brilliant and gifted, but those ?hqo hae sympathy, patience, self-forgetfulness, and that in definable faculty of eliciting the better natures of others. Most of. us know of persous who have appealed to us in tlhis vay. We have many friends who are more beautiful and gifted but there. is '?t one of them whose companionship we enjoy better than that of the plain faced man or woman who never makes a witty or profound remark, but whose simple quality of Iunman gopd;ness makes up fob every other d eficiency. And if their came. a time of real stress, when we felt that we needed the sup port of-real: fihiendsliip, we slould choose above all to go. to, this plain faced. man or woman, certain that we should find intelligent sympathy, a chari.table con struction of our ppsitio, and. difficulties, and. a readiness to assist us beyon...
A CHILD'S PATHETIC HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
A CIIILIS PATHIETIC I;ISTORY. ---o A story told by a Sydney daily paper is probably one of the most wonder ful personal narratives on record. Little Katie Williams, whose experience has become an incident of notoriety beyond the limits of the part which she resides, lives with her mother, Mrs. Jiane Williams, at 48 Greek-street, Glebeh, Sydney. Mrs Williams at the outset explained that her daughter's health was not good. " She has been a great sufferer from rickets," she said, '' which com menced during teething. She walked when nine months' old, and could do so until eighteen months' old, but then the disease entirely crippled her. She was constantly crying with pain, and diarrhma greatly reduced her strength. Her skin was so tender, and the pain across the small of her back so terrible, that when the doctor -touched her she screamed aloud. She had to be forced to eat, although put on a special diet. Her flesh was as if dead, and though she perspired freely she was always cold in s...
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
" PIUNCfl " PICKINGS. 0 ------0 A Free Stater who was in the field against us has told Mr. Bennet Burleigh what the enemy thinks of British office s and tactics. He says : The British officer seems to nWe to be a sort of a ?areless daredevil who aims but at one thing, and that is the Victoria Cross He does things on the battle. field that no sane man would think of doing, and places himself in danger when there is not the slightest reason why he should do so. TIn seiges the important point is to secure food and not to be too particular as to the menu. Even millionaires must take what is going and be thank ful. The wealthy men who were im. prisoned at the seige of Kimberley had their banquets as usual, but the bill of fare was.of a very limited kind. ' Can you imagine,' writes an English corre spondent, 'a club dinner at which the guests comprised all the city (Kimber lvy) magnates, when the menu consisted of bread and jam ? At the head of the table was placed a large ham, in front o...
MESSAGE FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
MIESSAGE FROI TIlE FRONT. While Lord Methuon, accompanied by his Estcourt, was staying at Nor val's Farm, the occupant of which was a French-man by birth, and a Plumer. by trade, he had the good. fortune to meet Ladysmith and her brother Harrismith. She invited Lord Me thuen to Colony Knight and see her, and even asked him to Walker out some afternoon. One fine day they went for a Long walk together. Lord Methuen thought she looked just beau tiful, dressed in a lovely White silk dress and fur Cape, and as she was much Frere than he imagined, he thought it would be a good chance to propose to her, but she, Graspan the situation, Chievley by the look on Lord Methuen's face, Warren'd him not to lose his Hart to her, as he Woodgate a great disappointment, she, Yule understand, being already en gaged to Psetermeritzburg. He. got a Surprise Hill never forget, and Schiel never forget the look on his face, when he bade her good-bye for ever. Broken-hearted and ashamed, he skirted all the Rh...
WINTER COSTIVENESS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
WINTER COSTIVENESS. Bile Beans for Biliousness acting directly on the bowels and liver restore these organs to their normal condition, and dissolve the clogged secretions, thus producing a natural action. Con stipation is very prevalent at this season of the year, and to all sufferers Bile Beans are to be theroughly recom mended. The bowels kept well open, influenza, rheumatism, lumbago, scia tica, liver chills, cold hand and feet, and some other disagreeable cold weather ailments will be escaped. Bile Beans being purely vegetable, they are specially adapted to delicate women and children. If you eat unwisely at the present season remember a Bean taken after a heavy meal will obyi3ate all evil conu sequcnces.
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
CYCLING NOTES. -o C. W. Miller, the crack long distance American cyclist and winner of several six days' contests, contemplates a visit to Australia in time for next season's racing. " Plugger Bill" Martin's Aus tralian successes have shown the Yankees that good money is to be ob-h. tained out here, with the result that the above named cyclist and several other crack American riders are talk ing of visiting the colonies. Should Miller come out he will bring his own pacing motor tandems (which are amongst the fastest in the States) with him. Many Continental and American track owners are seriously debating the question of reconstructing their tracks, to meet the increased pace ob tainable by motor tandems, tricycles, etc. The majority of the best tracks are only banked to take a 1.35 pace, so that it is obvious alterations will have to be made, a..,many of the crack motorists now have machines caprble of travelling at the rate of 'i45 miles an hour, a pace that:is extremely danger ou...
NARBETHONG. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
NARBETHONG. [By PANSY.] A fair gathering of the inhabitants of Buxton and surrounding district as sembled at the Buxton racecourse on the 24th May to celebrate the 81st anniversary of Her Majesty's birthday by a race meeting, held under the aus pices of the Buxton Racing Club. The weather in the morning was promising, and gave favorable indication for a fine day. The state of the pleasure grounds, beneath the feet of the spec tator, was all that could be desired or expected for the season of the year, while overhead the azure vault peeped out invitingly between the parted clouds, displaying a perfect contrast to their own sombre hue, and for the time had the effect of lending to the neighboring mountains a hazy blue veil, making them appear as some far away scene-a charm so characteristic to these romantic parts-while the King of Pay played an important part almost unseen, save for momen tary reflections cast by a solitary ray on the hastening rapids which swelled the bosom of the c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
AN INVALID FOR TWENTY YEARS. TROUUBLES D nishedC i~ke a 1 ist~ The Case of TIRS. ALICE PREST. (BU Our Rieporcer.) Nbtlhiig is Fo conlrg 'oua as enthuiasm ; we see the fri, nd who is condtitning the lHer War one day, growling the next I,ecatuse he has been ij1 .ected as a recruit on account of his teeth or Fsome other defect. Our ftiend has the war fever. '1 lien there are t~lijioius enthusiasts, t ml:perance en. Ihusiests, atn eldle-s list of altruiatic well doers; Iut pilihaps one ctf the n;ost crn vitciig , f all tix heart sti red crowd is the pe asit it hli ias found a life savirg remnidy, if which it I y Ihate aloundiing pt oof. i rp. Alice l'est, of Gral aim steet, l'oit Mel ihournie, comestc under this last category; rhe speal s of % lhat she knows and has secin, and he ng an i ld and highly respected rtsident ,f that -ubulrb by the sea, her verdict cai ries convietion to the m.i.t. sceptical. Inter viewed by our reporter, 1.1? . I'rest stated : "' I was an invalil for rver tw...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
The " Healesville Guardian " Ac TEWSLPA -E IE Thi AND GENERAL PRINTING WORKS, CASTELLA - SItEE1, :'. IZEALESVILLE, L :0: G JOB .PRINTING G C OF' EVERY DESOJPT'rION DONE ON TIE PREEMISES LI With Neatness and Despatch, ---- : 0. "---r-. i The " Guardian" is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First MIail. ' :.0 : ------ This Journal advocates local interests, and the fbsteri~ng of local industry. ,t c ondenmrs, the prac.tce of.supporting foreign. labor. nd :o iS hil GREAT WITE?R SALE. Our Thirtoonth Annuml STOCK - TAKING SALE. Beehive Stores, LILYDALE. Al Established 1886. B. MOB EY 8 CO., According to their usual custom before Stock-taking, will offer the whole At of their Stock of inl (in First-Class Drapery ta, ep At Considecrable Reductions. n lye This is a Genuine Sale, Not a Lot of Stock Bought Cheap to Sell Cheap, but GENUINE REDUCTIONS Of our well-known Stock to reduce it to facilitate Stock-taking. , For One 1Month Only ! Commenced bi Saturday, July 8, 1899. ýt B...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
GENERAL NEWIS. A meeting of the Healesville Rifle Club was held in the Shire Chambers on Saturday evening last. Thera was a good attendance, and Mr. G. S. Matthews occupied the chair. Messrs. Alexander and Hocking reported they had inspected the sites for a range, and recommended the Hall's Lane site. This range was accepted by the meet ing, and the acting-secretary (Mr. C. H. Alexander) was instructed to for ward a letter of thanks to the owners (Cityof MelbourneBuilding Society)for granting the use of same. It was agreed that the members form themselves into a " working bee'" to clear thel range, ,an they will mnvt on the grgutd morrow (Saturday) afternoon for that purpose. Messrs. Matthews, Hocking, Alexander, and Bancell were ap pointed a committee to lay out the work prior to the members going out to do the clearing. Mr. Leeder offered to cart the target to the range free of cost, and it was decided that the club purchase rifles, to be the property of the club. The members' rol...
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse, nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) THE LATE HOSPITAL BALL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse, nor hpld ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) THE LATE HOSPITAL, BALL. TO THE ED)ITOR OF THE UAtRDIAN. SIR,-You must feel very grateful to "'Fair Play" for the kindly advice he so modestly gave in your last issue as to bow you should conduct your live paper, l.e would, if you fol lowid his directions, have all reports so cut down and sub-edited that no one would be able to say what was meant, and certainly, if at a public gathering someone had the audacity to tell the truth and speak out what everybody thinks, then by all means cut it out; that is the kind of " sit on a rail" journalism your correspondent evi dently yearns for. I, for one, how ever, admire the independent and fear less stand you take in connection with public matters, and am satisfied that in the long run it will prove to be the best policy. " Fair Play" is fair enough to acknowledge that he does not know what is meant by the sen tence: "desp...
HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 7TH JUNE. (Before Mr. Keogh, P.M., Dr. Baird, and Mr. Jno, Green, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT, THURSDAY, 7thJUNE. &nbsp; (Before Mr, Keogh, P.M., Dr. Baird, and Mr. Jno. Green, Js.P.) Constable W. H. Hocking, officer under the Education Act, proceeded against a number of parents for neg lecting to send their children to school the statutory number of days as pro vided by the Act. The cases listed were as follow ; Wm. H. Hocking v Harriet Hether ton. Second offence. Fined 5s., in default 12 hours. Same v. Thos. Parry - first offence. Fined 2s. 6d. Same v. Robt. Allen, - Second offence. Fined 5s., in default 12 hours. Same v. Geo. Taylor, junr.-First offence. Fined 2s. Gd. Same v. Henrietta Brown.-First -offence. Fined 2s. 6d. -Same v.' Wm. Wolleen.-First of fence.. Diefendant stated that his child had attended school regularly, but on several occasions she had not answered the roll call. Fined Is. Same v. Robt. Harrison.-Third offence.; Fined 5s., in default 12 hours. Same v. Chas. Hussey.-First of fence. Fined 2s. 6d. Same v. Benjamin Walker....
BILLIARD TOURNAMET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 8 June 1900
BILLIARD TOURNAMET, A billiard tournament (one hundred and thirty up) in which there are thirty-two competitors, is now in progress at Mr. S. Luscombe's saloon, Nicholson-street. The games attract a large crowd nightly, and speculation is rife as to the probable winner. The following are the handicaps; ................. behind A. M'Rae ... .... . 15 L. Manton ... .. ..scr. &nbsp; W,. Higgins ... ...15 &nbsp; &nbsp; E. Kenny ... .... . 15 J. Farrell . ... ... 20 &nbsp; M. Sheehan... ... 20 &nbsp; R. Wandin ... .... 20 &nbsp; S. Saunders... ... 25 &nbsp; R. Allen ... .... ... 25 J. Lindupp ... ... 30 &nbsp; J. McCaffrey ... . 30 E. Hall ... ... ... 35 W. Leeder ... ..... 40 &nbsp; E. Allen ... .. .. 40 T. Parry .... ... .. 40 P. Cook .......... 40 T. McCallum .... 40 &nbsp; J. Garlick ... ... . 40 F. Becker ... ...... 40 &nbsp; A. Hodgkins ...... 40 &nbsp; W. Simmons ..... 45 &nbsp;...
A COACH UPSET. PASSANGERS SUE FOR DAMAGES. £30 FOR PLAINTIFFS [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 June 1900
A COACH UPSET. PASSANGERS SLtE FOR DAMAGES. £30 FOR PLAINTIFFS An action was heard in the County Courton eednesday by Judge Hamilton in which Frederick Martin Straw and his wife Harriet, of Blyth-street, Bruns wick, claimed £99 damages for personal injuries received by them and said to have been caused by the negligence of the defendant or his servant in carry ing them as passangers by coach from The Hermitage to Healesville on the 21st March last. Mr. Maxwell, instructed by Messrs Fox and Overend, appeared for plain tiffs; M.r Hogan, instructed by Messrs Hogan and Hogan, for defendant. The defences to the suit were: No negligence by defendant, contributory negligence by plaintiffs, no damages sustained by plaintiffs. In opening plaintiffs' case Mr. Max well said tliat the plaintiffs were stay ing at the Hermitage, which is between Marysville and Healesville, on 21st March, and were travelling by defend ant's coach on that day, when the mail coach-going the same way-overtook Sheehan...
WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 15 June 1900
qHAT IS AN AD AN American paper thus defines it : The life-blood of modern business. A money-maker, getter, and saver. A flash of information to all the people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields pure gold in large dividends. The key-note of progress in the march to success. The dealer's sure road to success A medium for the increase of buSiness. That which booms the place and, enriches the advertiser. A means of communicating items of. interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligent people, profiting sender andmc receiver. Personal and public benefits aro derived from its judicious application. A notice that brings best returns? or 'least money. The corner-stone of the Temple of Fortune. The power .bat keeps trade in motion. the electric powe* concealing traar