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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN.] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
[TO TLE EDITOR OF TIIE GUARDIAN.] SIR,-Every right-minded man and woman in this district must feel in tensely grieved at the persecution to which the Rev. J. Darroch has been subjected for the last eight months. There is a time in every man's life in which he is called upon to seriously exercise his judgment. Generally speaking, as the man decides, he him self subsequently becomes. If his de cision he influenced by selfish motives or the fear of man, he sacrifices those noblest qualities of human nature, manhood and personal influence; but if his decision springs from conscien tous principles or convictions, though he m:iy incur the hostility and ill-will of man, he gains the approbation of his Maker. Last May a petition to remit the remaining portion of Andrew Bell's sentence was circulated in this district. This petition was brought to Mr. Darroch to sign. He, on conscien tons grounds, refused to sign it ; hence the persecution. Mr. Darroch's offence is not incapacity as a preache...
Yarra Glen, 23/3/98. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
Ya rra Glen, 23 13 1 t98. Dear Uncle Rblme,-As I see by the H?laleaville Guardian I have to write again.. I will now tell vou about tile Govenor's late visit to Yarrr Glen. The party consisted of Lord and Lady Brassey. Captain and Mrs. Freeman Thomas, Mr. Gordon Lyonsnnd two other gentlemen. They' rode across froin Kinglake to here. After resting a time, at the Burgoyne Hotel they had after noon tea. Then left by a special train for Melbourne. On their departure from the station three hearty che rs were given. I now conclude hoping you are well. I remain your loving nephew, TOM FARRELL. Age 10 yeais 8 months.
Healesville, March 24th 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
Healesville, Mlarch 24th 1898. My dear uncle Ruhe,-Hearing that you like to receive a letter from your young friends, I thought I would like to jin in and send you one as well. Dear uncle Rube, I am spending a few holidays here with one of my little friends, and I am en joying myself very much, as I always do when I come ul here, for I al'ays feel well when I am leaving for home, that shows the ch'ange dlies me good, I am so pleased the weather he e i i-, nice just now. I have been out for sveral nice drives, and [do enjoy them so muich for everywhere you drive here is so mtuch nicer tlhin driving about Melhourne, and I Indo love to gather the beautiful little ferns, for they do look so pretty in the bush, I amtn going to take some choice ones home with mie for my little fernery, I must tell yout that I have a very pretty little pony, and he is such a funny little fellow so we call "hinri Tim but he is rather frisky and gambohnls about that sometimes I get afraid but I think lie wil...
Yarra Glen, 22/3/98. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
Yarra Glen, 22 [ 3 I 98. Dear Uncle Ruhe,-As I see by the " Healesville paper" that there is a space for the young folks. Si Ithouglht I would like to write and try to get a prize. I will tell you how I spent my Xmas holidays, I went to Bacchus 1.larsh for my holilays and enjoyed myself very much it is a very pretty place mostly all the people are far mers. Dear Uncle I must bring ily short letter to a close hoping to Nee it in the Guardian. I remain your fond niece FLORRIE FARRELL. Age 13 years and 1 month.
Steel's Creek. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
Last Saturday the local residents re ceived a great shock on hearing of the death of Mrs. Scott, wife of Cr. J: Scott. Although Mrs. Scott has been in delicate health for nearly 10 years, and has had bad attacks at times, her death was alto gether unexpected. Mrs. Scott, who has been twice married, lived for many years with her first husband, Mr. Sullivan, the cephew of the IHon. Jas. Sullivan, Miniis ter of Mines for many years: When he died they had just taken up their abode on Steel's Creek, about 20 years ago. Subse quently, as Sullivan's widow, she married Mlr. J. Scott and had lived here ever since. She leaves two sons by the former Inlr riage, and four sons by the second, to mourn her loss. Deceased was interred in the Lilydale cemetery on Sunday, the funeral being larzely uttended. .. BBBir I~1-- ~ I • - ?-.
Do We Live Unnatural Lives? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
Do We Live Unnatural Lives ? "Yes !" wvould be the answer given in ninety-nine cases out of every hun dred, and to arrive at this conclusion a great deal of thought is not necessary. We only have to look round us and see the thousands of people suffering, which goes to prove that we do live unnatural lives. We disobey the laws of nature. We eat too fast, we eat too much, eat food that disagrees with us. eat at the wrong time, keep late hours, and don't observe regularity of habit, and the inevitable result is that our health breaks down. Once in a while we come across a man that has kept his digestion good and his blood pure. That man has lived a perfectly natural life. Not one mali in a thousand does it, though. But it is gratifying to know that there is i remedy at hand -viz., Bile Beans-that will cure our ills Bile Beans have been used by the.first physician in America. for all ailments arising fromi defective diges tion, such as Biliousness, Headache, Constipation, Piles, Pithpl...
How to Remove Dried Paint. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
Itow to Remove Dried Paint. To remove paint that has dried in a fabric put the soiled spot over a dish and pour spirits of turpentine over it and lot it stand for several hours. Then take the fabrio in the hands and rub briskly. To remove paint that has just been ao quired pour coal oil on the fabric. A brisk rubbing with a clean Cloth will bring the paint right out. Haig the rment in the air, and the coal oil and rpentine will evaporate. If in haste, b in gasoline and hang in the sun.
THE YOUNG FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
THE YOUNG FOLKS. T?e are pleased to inform our youth ful readers that in future we intend to devote a portion of our space to their especial henetit. We propose to have it written as mucli as possible by children and with this end in view we will offer every week a handsome prize volume. The next competition is for a letter written to Uncle Rube, telling him anything in teresting and concise. A short anec dote would he acceptable. Thei maxi mum points obtinable for this compe tition will be 100, divided as follows: Composition, 30 ; Matter, 30 ; Spelling, 15; Punctuation, 15 ; Writing, 10. The best letters received every week will he published in the paper. All letters must be handed in not later than 12 noon on Thursday. i;:This comnpetition is open to all child ren under the age of 16 ; and contribu tions are invited. Healesville, March 22nd, 98. Dear Uncle lube,-This is the second let tei 1 have written to you, and I hope I have better luck this time. There was a picnic held at M...
The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1898. Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
Scribendi recte sapere est principiunt et fons 'UBLISIED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATl'URDAY?, lIARCII 26, 1898. Fedez'ation. At last the chosen representatives of the people in five different colonies of Australia have decided on a consti tution which they consider is one that should meet with the acceptance of all reasonable people in all states. The next thing to be done is to submit that constitution to the people for their approval or rejection and this will probably he done about the middle of May. The electors have now to con sider whether they should or should not vote for the constitution. In its favor we may say first that no consti tution framed, as it must he, by the representatives of colonies whose interests differ so widely as those of New South ..Wales and' Western Australia, can ever he exactly as any person may wish. It must he framed in a generous, spirit of give and take, and considering New South Wales and Victoria were in a minority in the Convention, it.must be conc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
EXCRUCIATING - - NEURALGIA, Tried Everything Within Reach NO R·ELIEF CLEMENTS TONIC SUCCESSFUL. Mr" James Curran, Eunter-street, Wesot L?titl?ad, NeTw South Wa1es, writes on August 14th, 1896:-I can hardly express the pleasure itagives me to write rs few lines in favour of Clemeonts Tonic. To any perslo similarly afflicted, it is sufficient for me to say , was a suffereri from neuralgia. I tried everything I ever heard of wit'hin the reach of my means, but all without relief, until my attention was happily directed to a testimonial set ting forth what I now know to be the well-' deserved virtues of Clements Tonio After the first bottle Ifelt relieved, and when I ,had finished seven bottles, my nemralg~'" pains had left mo entirely.-Yours fnlly, JAMES CURRAN,
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
Hlealesville Post and Telegraph Office. Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 o mn. Post otlice 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 ate 7.15 pr. daily. Intermediate 2Marysville and .. ... 9.30 am daily Narbethong J Arrive from Melbourne, &c... 9.55 am 2.40 pm 7.30 pm daily. Marysville . and ... 7 pm daily Narbethong MISS A. CHAPMAN Postmistress.
Railway Time Table. Up. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
Railway Time Table. Up. Heales., dep 7.0 am 10.45 am 7.50 pm Yarra Glen dep. 7 22 a.m., 11.10 a.m., 3.40° p.m., 8.11 p.m. Lilydals, 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. MIelb, dep 7.57 am 12.15 pm 5.12 pm Healcs. arr 9.45 am 2.30 pm 7.19 pm Lilydalo, arr 9 am 1.33 pmn. 6.34 Yarra Glen. arr 9.20 am 2 pin 6.55 pm Fares :-Healesville - Single: i:First daela. 6s 6d ; second class, 4s 4d. Return: First class, 9s 9d ; second, class, :6s 6d. Sunday-First class return, 4s hli; se cond class, 38 3d. Excursion--leturn: First class, 5s Id ; second class, 3s 7d. Lilydale--Single : First class, 2s. 9d.; se cond class, 2b. Return: First class, 4s. 2d., second class, 3s. Excursion : Return, First class, 3s. 2d.; second class, 2s. 3d. Sunday--Return, first class, 3s.; second class, 2s. Yarra Glen-Single: First class, 4s 6d ; second class, 3s 2d ; Return : First class, Os 10d; sricnd class, 4s 9d. Ex cursion : Return, first class, 5s id ; seccnd cl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
JONES & SONS 199 Lonsdale St., Melbourne. Funerals to or fronm all parts Promptly and at Moderate Charge. 'Coffins supplied anywhere. Quicker better, cheaper than Local Makers. Order by Telegram. IA)CAL AGEINT WANTED. TEETH. TFEETH. TEETE! M R. G. B. SOWEIliIY, of Melbourne, will Attend IIealesville on lMoudays, plec. 13, & 27. AndI may be Consulted At Mr. Matlthew', Nicholson-street (same olli'te as the bank), On those dates. Teeth Ext.racted Painlessly, STOPPING ANID SCALING. ;g Artificial Teeth of the best quality at tModelrate Prices. [A CARtt.] The H osble lle tcel, Good Accommodation for visitors and Tourists. Best Brands of Wines and Spirits. HORSES AND VEHICLES FOR HIRE. GOOD STABL.ING. 'icrtns hlobcratc. Z. REI-BYt, Proprietor. BLACKSMITH & WHEELWRIGHT, Nicholson Street, Healesville. :-J AVING Commenced Business as ..1 above in Premises adjoining 1Mr" Christie, Butcher, is prepared to Execute all kinds of repairs and build new vehicles of every descr...
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
News?v of the Week. COAUTAUQuA.--The executive met on Wednesday, the president being in the chair. Matters of a routine nature were discussed, and everything was re ported as progressing satisfactorily. :A really good programnie of meetings was submitted, and was heartily ap proved of. The programme will he published in due course. It includes morning, afternoon, and evening meet ings, with arrangements for one or two picnics. The list of speakers who have definitely decided to he present is as follows :-The Revs. S. C. Kent (Union president), Win. Clark (vice president), A. R. Edgar, W. Gray Dixon, M.A. (Warrnambool), J. F. Macrae, (Toorak), J. Southey (returned Chinese missionary), Dr. Warren, and Rlessrs. Thornton Pearson (Convention secretary), W. H. Scurr (Evangeliza tion Society), C. F. Whitridge (C.T.U.) and Miss Gregson (Union office.) All these are speakers of considerable ability, and many besides Endeavourers are anticipating their visit with plea sure.: Among other. soci...
Yarra Glen, March 33rd 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
Yarra Glen, March 33rd 1898. Dear uncle Iube--As there are some of my friends writtng to you I thought I would try my liuck to win your prize. I will soon have my Easter holidays, and we are going to have our Sunday School picnic then, I hope we will have a nice day. Yarra Glen is very lively just now, Mr. Scott is getting a new shop built, it will look very nice when it is finished. We have had soime nice rain and the grass is ]oiking quite green. We went for a trip to Brighton beach by the 20 past 7 a.m. train anod we returned by the 10 to 5 p.m. train, and. enjoyed ourselves very much, and we were very tired when we came to our journeJys end. We have two dear little kittens and they are such Splayful little things, their mother is so good 1o them. I.thinkthis all the news I have t tell I will write you more next time. I remain dear uncle Rube your loviri niece. ROSA SMITHi A,ed 11 years and 2 mionths. MArysv'ille, March 23rd 1898. My denr Uicle--Just a few lines to let vou know h...
Healesville Police Court. SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A WELL-KNOWN RESIDENT. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Messrs. J. Green and J. C. Baird, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 26 March 1898
IIcalesville Police Court. - r------ SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST A WELL-KNOWN RESIDENT. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Messrs. J. Green and J. C. Baird, Js.P.) William Ockwell was charged on re mand at the local court on Wednesday last with carnally knowing a girl named Lily Mary Ellen Sergeant on and between the 14th day of May and the 24th August, 1897, she being under age. Mr. Dare appeared for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty, and Constable Hocking conducted the case for the prosecution. At the instance of the P.M., the court was cleared, and the case heard with closed doors. Lily -Mary Ellen Sergeant, the first witness, sworn, deposed-My name is Lily Mary Ellen Sergeant, daughter of Edward Sergeant, living at Coranderrk: know accused; entered his employ on 6th April, and stayed there till the 4th August; was employed as general ser vant ; accused assaulted me on several occasions; the first assault took place' about a month after I entered his em ploys the assault took place i...