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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 February 1894
Cs r . :. s - t .ui( :w - :.7" ISAPPOINTED THE'" i 7 OFFICIAL ORKGAJ OF" THE FOR THE P1JBLICATION .OF ALL SHIRE ADVERTISEMENTS. Dawborn, Morey & Co. BURGOYNE -STORE, YARRA GLEN EXPIRATION OF LEASE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Genuine Clearing CASH SALE. REAL BARGAINS FOR CASH FOR ONE MONTH From FRIDAY 9th FEBRUARY, &nbsp; We intend offering the whole of our New Stock of General Goods &nbsp; Drapery, Clothing, Boots &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; and Shoes, at &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SWEEPING REDUCTIONS. &nbsp; This is the place for good stuff very cheap. READ a few of our cheap prices :-First class washing prints, 3s 11d, 4s 11d &nbsp; doz.; fancy crepon, 5s 11d doz. ; heavy. Galatea, 5 1/2d ; splendid dress stuffs, 3s 9d; 4s 11d, 5s 11d doz. ; flannelette, 3s 11d doz; cosies, 6d; white calico, 2s 11d doz; extra good.value black cashmere, ls 6d ; heavy Colonial tweed, 13 1/2d ; job lot fancy b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 February 1894
THE "L O U S'" EVELVETEEN. The strictest examiner may try every test of touchli and sight without discovering that these are. other than the Genoa Velvets which they so closely resemble, while - the peculiar arrangements resulting in the, fast woven pile enable: them to standinterminable and rough wear, which would ruin, real velvets-at four times the price. V FbrCostumes and Trimmings it is unequalled, and in fact for all purposes in which Silk Velvet may' be used we *specially recomi mend the " LOUIS". VELVETEEN. Every yard of genuine lears the name of " Louis." May be had frohm all Drapers throughout the Colonies, ; most of whom will send - patterns PoST FRE1 ODn ap* plication. " " " " :- ._ " : x SEWING MACHINES. ??WNGER ___Oi H 54 1APSBURG PRGANOS ,.s, SERAMBULATORS CASH MOR ___:- --. AT ANY OF THE ___--o W ERTHEIM S M Sewing MachineDepots. " K ERMA Thy Best1 ,B5rnd trde-mark. d ek yo eer Ste fk r tile FIRIP IIRlAlD SLICKED. ;HILL'S MAGIC VERMIN KILLER Is Certain Death to They ...
"OUIDA" ON MEAT-EATING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 February 1894
" OUTl)DA" N NMEAT-EATING. In a recent,mniga;zinarticle " Ouida" has this? to say on meat-eating I--"I have all ? my life thouglt .that eaat. etting .was ohjecl,ionie . fron the njithetic point !f .view., Eve.1i as a cllild. the fa'hiorl of haiidin, around a hqge gross piece" on an enormous dish revolted 'rnyseq?e of beauty, aid(lI |was d'lli'gihted when, o'n mliy first visit to England, a .imi.all and thin slice of beef was uuhltrusively slhowni to Ime , hind iy.leift shljou!ler, to be aicreptedl or re-jcpLed ad libitum. I quite- agr ee, with Lord Byron, who said he. would not marry a pretty girl hecause, she had asked for two -helps of lobster salads, thorigh if beef-steak had been substi tutedl, I should understand 'it better still. Thel b/ti,k a l'anlP.e!,, which seems to be the. only idea a foreign waiter ever has when he is asked to suggest something to ea.t to Einglish speaking travellers, is simply a piece of hot, raw ileant, far more fit for the Zoo logical Gprdens than for...
THE POST OFFICE CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
,TOE, P8T-O]3'FIFCI 4. QR _ER i [BY ,OcToPQl :U . :.?1?urraht . The- HealesviJl, .ricket. Club have. won: a match at; ast,z -Some of the -playing ,iieniersisay ithe vtitoýy Iwas o :ing to the excelcnt bowling of the H.airdress?r, ,ani. the; l~ating arid. ,trundling o( the; man ..wo cfmem from Melbourne., ,Iithink, is irdlly thee right ,lipg tQ.import a?.?an from, the Cityto playa a- nst; a `untry club. iSntelypur tow?.is- bieu iutcraýs9 elev'n priicketers,;,We ;haye some very fii men itand aroiund ýe tow .that are m.ot pickgd. ..Why `ism this thus ?" Tie. people wh i cannot; be sociable in a 'town like; tis, ought to say their, prayers and: die, as they can neither enioy, this world or let inyovo e else do so. I?t 'does -eem: strange,?.?j?lditor;, how readily our- piblic nie )change their opinions. .At the eaatleeting of the_ Council one of:ourn prentatives voted'forsths CorAnderri aerve to be sold lby auction, iand at the ujiiblie neeting on'Saturday nigh fe clianiled his'.tunieap ...
COMING AND GOING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
•COMING AND GOING. • (BY VOGEL.)" IYes, Sir, that is.- the -way of the world, and particularly so witii' regard to Healesville. They come and they go ;. they go and. they come . This has been so since the railway was brought here. Several of the -shining : lights have left the town during` the last year or two, and, others have taken their:place. Some are trying to out shine the former lights.... Among the new ones are Mr., Matthews, who in tends to do business,.and has greatly improved his shop.. There is also Mr.. Roberts, our energetic storekeeper, with his great red. flag-pole, who: is making a great show, and is determined to do 'business if there is any to be done.. Our worthy shire secretary, Mr. Alexander, is also a new-comer, and has proved himself quite an acqui sition to the town.: Besides showing undoubted ability in his official capa city, he enters upon the advancement and encoiragement of all matteis ten ding to the social and beneficial wel fare of tho town. Next com...
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
S Plaices of?Note. Fernishaw, Black Spur, Stevenson Falls, ' :athinna Falls, Condon FaI1s, MaIllesin's U'.Lt-k.out, ,Mount Juillet;i Monunt-llRidlell; Ma.:e Monda,,Mount St., Lenoard, Coran desk aboriginal staition, and Don 'RIiver Rost ...
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
lealesville. S.. prety niiinicipal township, with, post "naiiil' telegaph and imoney-order ofice, and savings bank,,.situated at the .junction of the Graheburn and Maroondah rivers, 39 ?!- 6 ile?.eist of Melbourne. Rail direi:t with S ~thbournme Healesville being:the terminus. It haa, three jlarge first-class hotels and a large temperance hotel ; Gracedale House, -; :' ihandsorue surilmier resort, is situated near tihe fot of Mount.Jaliet, ab'out thiree miiles romnthe railway, station. ,There are a fine staiite hkol, four cliurches, brrinch:of the ?': `Colonial Bank; court house, polie istation, .., tuinechanies', institute and 'free .library, a Snewspaper (THE HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN); .- ao jijis1er of stores and oth~er pilaces; of .;:,7o Jobnusiness. .-'Extensive recreation grounds, c,.eledenred, improved, and fenced; also'beau . ifi?dlawon tennis court and bowling green:i Trout and hlacklish omay becatuiht in the S river near. Healesville, and good shooting ': a f.ifew miles out. T...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. CCounties-Anglesec y nid Evelyn. Pa~rishesx-Buxtun. Glenwatttc, s\arilethonh Stevenions, anld part of -GracelIade and Gmantnn. Provincee-Srntlh-Eiistern. - Members of Couincil-linns. .las. Balfonr, Jas. Buchranan, and F. S. DoI'wnn. LL.D.. Electoral District-EveyInl. Dividton Healesvill.' Member ,f Assemubly-E. * E. Canm~run. .Elet~tnral Disrtrict-Ant leceY. Divisiorn- Mtrvsville. MebIiher of .AsL Ialdy-M. K. lhlenzie.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
J. CliLLEN, Proprietor. fS'HE "ropriqti r respectfully intinates 'I "itat Visitnres and Touristns will findI really ntnd. and cnmnfortable icucontullllt-)d . tion at Ls ohl-ektI lished hIostelry. , - hAles, Wines, and, Spirits of the ;est Drands. Charges Moderate. Stabling Free. JOB PRINTING '..' AT THE :'GUARDIAN OFFICE. «,rfi,, .00 .3 : , I . :,? : , . "t , o =- i, . ., " "- .. . . " . , -4 .. - - .7. . ; i , . : }t ' -i 1 ADVANCE ?IEA4ESV"ILJE1. '. 1 J C = . . R :Printed and Published atthe',Office, NICHOLSON STREET, HEALESVILLEE " wL CT "I B o p Ya , L X11 , Ehm A. ;Is the L . ' O L . . " E . . .h . S?Printed . ! i . In the Shire ,of :ealesville Support and . Encourage 'our Rights a and nterests.a Bu triJpper Yarra, Launching Plae, eElthame SSIRRONDI . PS. ,. j , ' THE : ,,,GUARDI?. N ,willbe published e--y:'" " .. : 1 Fria , 1 S O , 3 , g. - , the p"i :ex'er"l....tha..... is.now'prepa red - '. ,' G u_,t I,. .?eet , , , , . . IJWO003STEICrOTED II I AND BAKERY, ' : : .' -Desires ...
A COSTLY DONKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
A COSTLY DONKEY. An amusing story cories fromn the Antipodes:.egarding Sir Robert IDuff. On th?:occasionof:"th, neiw ?viierors??rr ~"isitig the Sydney Zoological Gardens his attention was directed: to. a donkey inmported from the Souda!ii.O,:oi of the oftiý.ials 'connected :with i i the gardens informed the (Governor thlia(tlhe don key iii questioln was one?of the mnst expelsi .e animals in the' "oo1? lavln.f cost soinewhere,r iahut three:hundred anrd s.verntv tlious'inid pounds. s On Sir lRobiert's inquirin" how it caie ashout that' such a large sum was laviihed on one animal it was xplained to.him.that; the donkey was the only tangiile. thini the colony- posssased to rpjrerlseitth i su "spent' fi the Soudan expedition. i. It is added that Sir Henry Parkes, whoi was of the party, 'observed Sthat the.colony, possessed other donkeys who had cost even more than the ,Soudain one. Inquiring child : " Papa, why. Fdo jpeople;cry at weddings ?" Papa (ab htractedly): " Most of 'emn have bee...
Sunday Excursion Trains. DOWN: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
*.Sunday Excursion Trains. Dowxr : Priiim.t'd Brilso, de.p.. 11.0 nm He desville, arr ... ... 1.0 pmu UP: He:ilesville, dep ... 6.30 pm Prince's Bridge, arr .. ... 9.10, n SFares :-First class return, 3s : secarid chiss return, 2s." Childlren under 4 yeal3, 'free ; over4 and under 12, half fare. Tlhese tickets will he available' for re-, turn by 6.30 train onl,.
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
IIealesville Post and Telegraph Office. Post office open fromn .) rnn. to G(p.m. Teblega;lfricre open front 8.30 i.'.i1. tI 8 p.m. Post nice .navings hiank upcil froia 10 n.mI. to 3 p.m. ; Saturdays fronm 10' .m. to 12 noon. Mails close for Melbourne ' 6.45 amn , and . 10.15 anlll , Interrmediate 7.15 pin nd ... .. 9.30 n dnaly Narbethong ' Arrive frofi?t" .Melbonrne, &e... 9.40 eum 2.40 pm 7.30 pm daily. .. Marvsville and . 7 p daily Narbethen i J: S MISS FYFE,':,, Postmistress.
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
Milarysville., A pictnresque postal township on the Stevenson loiver, .2 niiles .eist of' Me1 bh ilrnic.: tl il direct to IealTesville,'thence daily ? nach. thll roadl passinj'over thile far fazmed Black Spur. The scenery at Marys ville is 'e!treinely pretty; the Stevenson Falls areb two imilesi distant, and "Torninys Bend" and Cumnlerland Creek, are near. It has two good hotels, state school, police iat?ii, arid"t?? wo str?o-. Tlie"district' is tvurely grxzing.;:.It is coniilected ivith :Nai eth nndb-l, pIHelesvlt tr. yP `tpllneph n M. Keppel, postmnaster. Piipulation, 80,