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Confessions of an actress. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
Confessions of an actress. All actresses:confess that professional life nowadays is by no means a led of roses. To be forced to play a part with a cheerful conntenence when one is suf fering from any kind of indisposition is very trying. Anyone who has suffered from indigestion knows how hard it is to accomplish anything during an at tack. There is a dull, heavy feeling in the head, and an indisposition to work. Even thinking is wearisome. Indiges tion is one of the most commnon ills of to-day, and it is due in a great measure ao th.e ~ay in ewlhicl !i0 piresent. gene ration live. We rush to our busine., to our meals, to our,'pleasures, and in cideutly to our giraas. We eat too much too huridedly, an I too often the most indigestive food. Indigestion and dyspepsia (which are closely allied) as sert themselves in various ways. A heavy feeling across the chest after eat ing, had taste in the n)outh, loss of ap petite' and a sallow coni plexion are all symtoms, and constipation, genera...
District News. Lilydale. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
District News. LFROI OUR CORRESPONDENTS. Lilydale. The many friends of Mr. T. C. Wild man, Park Hotel, Marybohrough, and who lately was proprietor of Woori Yallock Hotel, Woori Yallock, will he pleased to know that he has taken the Lilydale Fotel, Lilydale, and commllences business on Fri day. With Mr. Wildinan's former ex perience in this district, we feel sure the " Lilydale" will hecome, as of previous years, the hotel of the town. Very refreshing showers were at the be ginning of the wecek experienced in this district. At Lilydale, though, only about half an inch was registered. The resi dents were very pleased, and were truly thankful for their 56 points. Warburton came in for double Lilvdalc's share, their downponr reI.istering 110 points. Frances Walker, an oh] resident of lBrnsh ' Creek, near Lilyldale, who for the I,?t twenty years kept house for the late Mr. Jacks died very suddenly on Tuesday morning. She lately had comie into a small fortune left her by her employer. whi...
The Light of the Future. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
The Light of the Fut'ure. The manufacture of water-gas is a pro cess of decomposition of water in the forth of steam, by passing it through incandes cent fuiel. There being no coi.lensible products, condensers are unnecessary, and the gas is simply passed thougli a scrub ber to wash and cool it before pass.ing it into the gas-holler. The apparatus re quired for prolduing water-gaus cornsiits of: 1. The generator, a vessel cro:structed of boiler plate and lined with firebrick, andl provided with ceitain valves for the con trol of air, gas, andl steam. 2. The scrub ber, a cylindrical vessel charged with coarsely-broken material, on which a spray of water continually falls, and through the interatices of which the gas rpasses after leaving the generator. An hydraulic seal with clip-pipe prevents the return of gas from the scrubbler into the generator. 3. The holder for storing the gas. 4. Two or more purifiers, when the gas is to be used for ligliting purposes, to remouve the last trac...
Christian Endeavour Corner. "For Christ and the Church." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
Christian ELnea vour Corner. "'For Christ and the Church." Another of the " great ones" ha: been called to the upper sanctuary. We refer to the death of the R].ev. George Muller, whose name for many years has been associated with th, Ashley Down Orphanage, Bristol, of which he was the founder. Mr. Muller wais a m,,o of prayer, and lived most co:tsi.s.atly the life of faith. Truly wonihrful were many of the answers lie received Hie Iassed away in life's Auttumn side, having reached the age of 92 At Hallowmias, when the leaves are golden, The winds seem whispering stories olden Of the brave for Christ who have passed away. Chautauqua matters are well in ad vance. Thus far, the following speakers` have definitely decided to come :-The Revs. S. C. Kent, A. R. Edgar, Wmn. Clark, and Dr. Warren, and Messrs. Thornton Pearson, W. H. Scurr, W. C. Piper, C. F. Whitridge, Miss Gregsou, and, in all probability, the Rev. J. F. MI'Rae.. Applications fromn delegates for accommnodation are now bein...
Healesville, March 17th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
Healesville, lMrch 17th, 1898. Dear Uncle Rube.LI thought you might like to hear from me again. We are having delightful weather in Heales ville just now, and I hope it will still con tinue as it is the last week of our holi. days. I enjoyed my holidays very much. I went down to the Mordiall.fc'picnic on the 12th March. It was , 'lopely~ day, and everybody seemed to enjoyltheiiiselves. It was nice anid cnl down by the sea. There were amusements of all kinds, and crdowds of people were there. I will now conclude. With best wishes I remnin youriloving niece, LIZZY FOSTER. Aged 11 years and nine months.
Yarra Glen, 12398. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
Yarra Glen, 12 13 1 98. Dear Uncle Rube,-Just a few lines to give you a description of mny last holiday, which, I spent in Sorrento. I used to get up very early and go down to the back beach where you can see the steamers coining and going all day long. I saw the China, in which, Captain and Mrs. Free man Thomas sailed in, while on their re turn to England. I saw the two Capes which you can see from St. Pauls' Mount their names are Otway, and Schank, I also saw the exact spot where a man was found hy two girls mind a dog which they made lay down and keep the person warm, after doing this they at once went for . doctor who took him" into Sorrento and attended him with much skill. Dear Uncle Rube I will write you a longer letter next time I write. So I conclude hoping miny number of points shall not be tie last in the list. I remain your loving nephew, TOM FARRELL. Age 10 years 8 months.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
The Staf fof Life JOHN ROY. BAKER. HEALESVILLL. (OPPOSIT'IE the G il NI) 107"':L.) Dread and Small Goods of the blest audlity. Catering for Balls, Picnics, Parties;, 'T:a-l,t.etinTs, r:a. : S1ECIALITY.' G I VTEJ E II -M& A TEIAj YOUR OWN NEWSPAPER IRONMONGER, CASH GROCER, and GENERA L STORE E KEEPER, Sathrone ýerrae, . eale6wille. 0 0 The following are some of the prices :- Other Goods at Lowest Current Prices- iNo. 1 A Sugar 15s. per 70 lb. Bag White Sago 81lbs. for Is. Japan 2s. 8d. a doz, lbs. Rice 51bs. for is. Pearl Barley New Currants 6yd. per lb. 2d. lb. Plum Jam 6Qd 21b. tin. Tapioca 8lbs. for Is. Gillespie's Roller Flour 26s. a bag A reduct'on of Id. per lb. off 101b. boxes, 2d. Self-raising flour is. 3b. a 51b bag per lb. on half chests. Flake Oatmeal Is. 4d. per 71b. bag Choice Teas is. to Is. 6d. per lb. O atmeal, s. for G7bs. ew RaOatmeaisins 5ds. for 6lbs. New Raisins 5= d per lb. SALE! SAL1 ! GREAT l egaring Sale NOW ON. Enormous Reductions in all Departments....
Flemington, March 17th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
' Flerminrton, March 17th, 1898. Da'u.Uncle Rube,-1 now take the op portunity of writing a few lines, to you as I would very rnuch like to win one of .our prizes, I have seen a number of let ters from your little nieces in the HFeales ville Giuardian; arid I thodght I would like to write'a lettei to you also. :I have a brother staying ,p at Healesville, and he wrote once to Uncle Rube. He tells me that Heale:sille is a very pretty place. but I would like to see it for myself. I am staying down at Flemington at pre sent, and I gn to a school in North Mel bourne, and I am in the Upper Fifth Class. I have two brothers younger than myself, 'going to another school in Flemington. At my sclhool they teach Elocution, Singinr, Drawingk, Paiinin, Gvymnastics, and Club Swinging. Mr. Drunmond is our' Head nmaster, and Mr. Faravoni is our teacher. We are starting a Simming Club ait the school, and we a?ie going down to South Melbournre, for our First Lesson next Fri da'y afternoon. This is all ...
BEAUTIFUL CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
BEAUTIFUL CHIILD. Beautiful child ! by thy Mother's knee, In the mystic future-what wilt thou be ? A demon of sin, or an angel sublime; A poison upas or an innocent thyme, A spirit of evil flashing down With a lurid light of a fiery crown, Or gliding up with a shining track, Like the morning star that ne'er looks back, D)aintiest dreamer that ever smiled. Which wilt thou be, my beautiful child ?" Beautiful child ! in my gardeti bowers, Friend of the butterflies, birds, and flowers, Pureeas the sparkling crystalline stream, Jewels of truth in thy fairy eyes beam. Was there ever a whiter soul than thine, Worshiplped by love in a mortal shrine? My heart thou hast gladdened 1,? two sweet years, With rainbows of hope through mists of tears; Mlists, beyond which the sunny smile, With its halo of glory, beams all the while. Beautiful child ! to thy look is given A gleam serene, not of earth but of heaven, With thy tell-tale eyes and prattling tongue, - Would thou could'st ever thus be youn...
A WONDERFUL SUCCESS In CURING ALL INCURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by W. MENTIPLAY AND SON, No matter what your complaint may be, chronic or otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
A WONDERFUL SUCCESS In .CURING ALL INCURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by W. 'IENTIPLAY AND SON, No matter what your complaint may be, chronic or otherwise. Our cha,ges for our Herbal Prepara r:ies ar. modierate compared to others, and what makes them more so,they are RELIABLE. We successfully CURE the following diseases:--Hydatids with .ut nopration, Erysipelas in 24 hours, Ulo od Poisoning and Diphtheria, i'yphoid and other fevers, Liver and IKidney complaints, including Bright's diseaste; Rheumatics, Water Brash, Mla;rn -mu , Nervous Debility in male and f.,-ale, Piles, Sciatica and Lum t~lgo, and remove from the blood all ,!-lw erious substances, Eczema and .Jaundice. We also cure Asthma, Tumors, Fits, Coughs, Scurvy, bad legs, Neuralgia and all other curable diseases. Our hair restorer is the most re!iablle. We give advice gratis, requesting that persons writing for advice should enclose a stamp for reply. - W. lMentipldy, sen., will he in. con-. srant attendance at his shop f...
WONDERFUL INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
RWONDERFUL INVENTION. The following appears in the "Hawk": Apropos of Atlantic steamers I saw at a tai lor's who is also a shipping agent, a won derful invention for preventing collisions at sea. The motive power is-electricity.' A imall plate, not larger than a cheese plate s fixed at the side of the vessel within two miles immediately causes a bell to sound, and an indicating arrow shows the direction frmn whence tt approaches. The idea, o. course, is that waves of sound are carried more quickly by water than air, and if the invention can be perfected, the.torpedo boat will be rendered useless. In the tentative experiments that have been made on the Thames the indicator has worked perfectly.
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
H;calesville Post and. Telegraph' Office. Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 pn.. Telcgralh ollice open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 o m. Post office savings bank open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; Saturdays from 10 a.m. 12 noon, and 6 to 8 p.m. deposits only. Mails close for Melbourne 10.25 am I Inte mediate MarysvilIle and ... ... 9.30 am daily Narbethong J Arrive from AMelboirne, &c... 9.55 azi 2.40 pm 7.30 pm daily. Marysville and ... 7 pm daily Narbeihon. MISS A. CHAPMAN Postmistress.
WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
I'IT AN:'D T:UMROU R. A well-known surgeon was performing : l difficult operation at one of hospitals the •'ther day, when the patient suddenly .tied. 'Now,' said the surgeonll t tthe assembled students, I will show you, gentlemnen, how I should I;ha completed the operation had the unfortunate patient not succumbed.' A schoolmaster, hearing one of his sCholars read, the boy, when lihe came t,' lie word 'honor,' pronounced it in full. ;'he master told him that it sl:o-dld he pronounced without the ' h,' as thus, nonour.' 'Very well, sir.' replied thl. lad ; '.1 will remnember it in the fiture..' ' Aye,' said the master, 'ahways drop thu h."' The next morning, the finaster's rca. and hot muffin was brlhat- " t, th,. tleak; but the duties of his rmert! in made him wait until it was cold, when. addressing the same boy, he told him tn take it to the fire and helat it. ' les, .sir.' replied the scholar; and taking it to iirt. .teo it. Presently the master called for lts muffin. '1 eat it,...
Cricket. LINDSAY RUSSELL TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
Criokot. LINDSAY RUSSELL TROPHIY. The position of clubs comnp'ting this season for the above trophy is as fo! lows. Club. Up:,er \7;riii i 1 f2l Lilvdale b 2 2 ) 8 se"tei's Creetk i 1 2 3 4 Seville (" 1 4 1 4 Uiniiiished it r1ches - Lilydl.e v. Sr-el's Creek, lirsL natchl; L ilydlle. are '160 runs Ihintl .with 10 wickets to f;al!. Lilytlld.. v. Steel's OCeek, second I,, ,tch; Stel's e,'rg, are 161 runs ahead on their second innings with four wickets to fall, though Lilydalr. iicve t;tnir s(econd iininnis to make up t.he eficimcy. Sevihll v., Steel's ,reek.. ITh,: lahttr are 90 lehind with four wickrts to fall. It will he seen from the aboner that the untfinishnld iatchels ca?ni-ot alter the positioni of thl' Upper Yurrn, who therefore win the, trophy for the second time. Previous winners :-1st year, 1896 7 -11 silver medals; won by Upper Y.rrra. Second year, 1897-8, 11 cold Iledals, won by Upper Y:rra. Third year, 1898 9. silver cup.
Railway Time Table. Up. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
Itailway Time Table. Up. F?intlea., dep 7.0 an 10.45 al, 7.50 pin YVrra Glen dep. 722 an.., 11.10a.in., 3.40° p.m., .8.11 p.ml. Lilvdale, dep. 8 a.m., 11.55 a.m., 5.400 p.m., 8.44 p.m. Melb, arr 9.14 am 1.15 pm 10.3 pm Down. M, lh, dep 7.37 am 12.15 pm 5.12 pin HIrnles. arr 9.45 anm 2.30 pm 7.19 pim Lilydale, arr 9 am 1.33 prn. 6.34 Yarnra Glen. err 9.20 am 2 pm 6.55 pmn Fares :--i;alesvillo - Singlc: First class. 6ý 6d ; second class, 4s 4dl. Return: First class. Ps 1 d; second class, Gs Gd. ;unday-First class return, 4s Il' ; se catndl luss, 3s 3ld. Excursion-lieturn : First chiss. 5s Il ; second class, 3s 7l. Lilydle--Sing! : First clnss, 2s. S1.; se rand class, 2s. Return : First class, 4s. 2d., second clasp, 3s. Excursion : IReturn, First class, 3s. 2.1.; second class, 2s. 3d. Sun,,dav-ieturn. first class, Sn.; second .lass, 2s. Y:,rra (Glen-Single : First class, 4a Gd; seenni class, 3s 2d ; Relurn : First t.las, 6s 10d; s.cond class, 4s 9d. Ex ,:urion : IReturn, lirst class, s...
She Works Hard. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
She Works Hard. The life of a servant girl is by no means an easy one. Working a bout 14 hours 'a day, and hard work at that, they don's get muchl Lime for out door exercise. Their nmeals are often times cold, and they get theni at all hours. Washing and scrubbing, bend ing over a tub, oc kneeling on a damp floor, are riot the healthiest positions in the world, and the wonder is that ser vant girls don't become' broken down sooner than they do. Their digestion, however,, is always more or less= imn `laired, arid this necessitates a courise of Bile. Beans." All a ailments' arising from poor digestion, such as Billiousness, Indigestion, Constip ation, Debility, Headache, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint. etc, are. cured by this wonderful remedy. 'Female 'weak ness too are very often caused by `de raingements of the liver or stomach, and Bile Beans never fail to give permanent relief int cases of this kind. Bile Beans are made in :oneof thel largest and best equipped laboratories in the worl...
Tallarook-street, Seymour, 15398. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
'TIallrook-street, Se3 moiir,.15 3 1 U8. Dear 'Uncle Rube Iused i to ;live' at Ueijle' ille once, 1r1 I saw in the " Guar dian" a column for young folks. I thought I .wuld like to write to you. The Goul burn is ia nice river, we ,;ften go rowing and catch a lot of fish. A rowing clil is bring torlmed, which I lhmpe will hIe a sue cess. We havrt farther to go to school than we had at Ilea:esville, and it is not such a nice walk. There. is plenty of Idriviig about Symour, but tile scenery is not half so pretty as at Hcalesville. I went for a holiday to a fartm for a week, not long ago and enjoyed Ins self very tmuch, I hope to be going to iealesville soon. There are to I, sports here on St. Patrick's Day, I hope they will be at suc cess. This is all tile news at present. I rehmain your affectionate uniece}. MAGGII TEVLIN. Aged 14 years nine mon ths.
THE WIZARD'S LEGACY. CHAPTER VIII. (Continued) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 19 March 1898
iTHE WIZARD'S LEGACY. Br E. J. LrsAGcT. CHAPTER VIII. (continued) He threw back his head and laughed, a laugh that was musical and low. A glass of clear cold water -,rood oil his table. Mlanuel inevr drank either wine nor brandy. His lrain was always clear, and in good working order. Now his father liked a glass of good wide, and the White Hermitage and La Rose at Chesham were extremely good. After dinner the two men would sit gravely opposite each other, the elder with his glass drained, Dr. Manuel drinking nothing hut water. Some; times the Major would wonder, very uncomfortably, why Providence ever gave him such a'son. Why don't you smoke, Manuel 7 A cigar after dinner is a good thii ". " I have my own.cigars," said Man= uel ; "if you don't dislike the ratlier peculiar perfume of them, I'll light one ; they are not like your lEnglish ones. Add he took a silver case from his pocket and lit a cigar. As the pale ldue smoke curled faintly into the air, the Major coughed a little at f...