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HEALESVILLE WATERWORKS TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 3 December 1898
SHEALESVILLE - WATERWORKS TRUST. The monthly Trust meeting was held' on Mionday. Present---Comrs. Matthews (in the chair), Sloss, Rob bins, Bailey, ;Birt, and Chandler. The minutes- of the previous meet ing were.read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From 'Water Supply Department, forwarding receipt' for cheques' for £36 5s.,ýand £34 Os. 10d., amounts due by Trust for interest and sinking fund respectively.--Receiyed. From Same, that rating regulation had been approved of by the Governor in Council, and forwarding printed copies.=-Received.. From°-W. R; Glilfoyle, in answer to council's favor of 16th,- that ais he had'Ihad the supply of water from Mr. Warren's. service pipe,-~he would be glad if the same privilege would be allbwed him during the coming year, or until such time as he could have a windmill erected. - Comr. Chandler moved that the secretary write to Mr. Guilfoyle informing him that £2 10s. would be charged for 12 months, or else that he lie 'charged 9d. per 1000 gallons, ...
WHAT IS AN AD. ? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
W~AT IS AN' AD. ? AN American paper thus defines it: The life-blood of modern business. A m~iiy'-aliiker,"getter, and saver. -. 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 hooms the place and enriches the advertiser. A means of communicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligent people, profiting sendler and receiver. Personal and public benefits are derived from its judicious application. A notice that brings best returns !or least money. The corner-stone of the Temple'of Fortuine. The power ghat keeps trade in motion. The electric power concealing trace
CURE FOR TOBACCO SMOKING [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
CURE FOR TOBaCCO ~sIOKING A correspondent of the British and Colonial Druggist claims that acid drops are almost a specific for tobacco smoking. He writes :--" Try them, if you are anxious to get out of the habit of smoking, and see if you haven't soon an aversion strong enough to make you refuse a 6d cigar.. The acidity of the sweets causes tobacco to have a disagreeable taste. To bring this about you must first- take the sweets and afterwards the tobacco. It is necessary to have the acid taste in the mouth when you smoke, or the peculiar nausea consequent on the meeting of the two flavors will not be thoroughly appreciated. After dinner is the best time to commence. Make a point of taking a few acid drops directly you have finished 'the meal. This is just the time a man yearns most for a smoke, and consequently the best time to start the experiment. If you are a smoker, try this yourself. You will find it is quite sound, and it should suggest to you that acid drops, specially flav...
Too Many People Have Pimples and Skin Troubles. AN EASY WAY TO CURE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
Too Many People Have Pimples and Skin Troubles. AN EASY WAY TO CURE THEM. There are too- many people-both nrien and woman-troubled with im pure blood, weakness, sleeplessness, pimples, boils, and skin diseases. Cer tianly the excessively hot weather induces these troubles, but they can he very easily avoided or cured. Nothing acts on the blood like Dr.- Williams' Pink Pills, so says Mrs. Marion Phil lips, the wife of a very highly respected gentleman residing at Dana-street, Ballarat, Victoria. Mrs. Phillips has been a martyr for many years to a skin complaint, the result of a lengthy residence in the warm climate of the East Indies, where her husband was engaged in shipping pursuits. Whilst there she was a continual sufferer from biliousness or liver diseases. "I was," she said, "generally speaking, a healthy woman, but shortly after my, arrival in Balla rat, and whilst residing in Doveton street, I commenced to suffer with ,,reat pains in my legs, and all over my body. Sleeplessne...
AUSTRAL CYCLING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
AUSTRAL CYCLING MEETING. The second day of the Austral meeting was brought off last Saturday, when the heats of the great Austral Wheel Race were run. In the first heat, G. R. Morgan, on the 120yds mark, and F'. A. T'l(~lor, 150yds, filled the places The second heat was won by A. E. Tame, 100yds, with W. E. Clinton, 16Oyds, second. J. Brooker, 220yds, and 1H. A. Hourigan, 100yds, tilled the places in the third heat.; whilst the fourth heat went to W. Middh*ton, "190yds, with W. O. M'Loughlin, 320yds, second. The fifth heat. was annexed by T. S. Finnigan, 220yds, G. C. Macgililon, 230yds. Ieling second. In the sixth heat, W. Stapleton, 240yds, and A. W. Bennett, 300yds, filled t:he posi tions; whilst the seventh heat went to T. Relph, 90yds, with W. B. Taylor, 120yds, second. The places in the eighth heat were filled by F. E. Fon taine, 160yds, and T. Amos, 19)yds. W. C. Jackson, 40yds, and R. W. Lewis, 90yds, secured the verdict in the ninth heat. The tenth heat went to W. Matthews,...
LOCAL RAILWAY GRIEVANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
LOCAL RAILWAY GRIEVYACES. A deputation of ,Healesville resi dents, viz., Mr. T. G. Chandler (Presi dent of the Shire), Mr. G. S. Matthews, Mr: C. H. Alexander, Mr. James Munday,.andi the Hon. James' Balfour and Wni. Knox, M's.L.O., and Mr. M'Kenzie, M.L.A, and introducedlby, Mr. Cameron," M.L.A., waited on 'the Minister of Railways on Wednesday, and made a series of requests-with re gard to tlhe railway "airangements affecting theirs distriet. They desired that the afternoon grain f?on Lillydale to Yarra Glen, .which :arrived - at 3 p.m., should run on. to' Healesville, a distance of. eight miiles further on; that the freight for milk on Sundays: should be same as, on week days, in stead of double; that there should be" a revision of the through fares charged from Healesville to Melbourne ;.arid that excursion rates should be allowed. on some one day,. say Saturday, as well as onr Sunday, as th'ere.were many people "Who Wjould not-avainl themi:' selves of Sunday excursion -.faciliti...
THE CAULFIELD CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
THLE CAULFIELD CUP. On the fifteenth of October, lit eighteen!-n n -ty cight-= A jockey-in the Caulficld Cup -Met with a dreadful fate. His nlame it was James Flannagan, lRe was not quite fourteen years, And the sad and fatal accident Caused many bitter tears. Seven horses in that race came down; The injured jockeys numbered four All but two hurried from the track As the favorite horses.onward tore. One of the four was still unconscious When Hymiettus won the race, In twenty minutes he expired But from the first it was a hopeless ease. Some say that it was Acton Who caused the Mischief there, While others say 'teas R,.ka Who was not running ftir. James Flanagan rode his father's horse Its name was Rolbin Hood, And of winning he was sure: A splendid chance he stood. Long before the race came off The boy was anxious for the mount, He could not foresee the end The cost Ihe could not count. It is but natural that a jockey Should be both bold and brave, But never more now will he ride Fo...
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) PICTURESQUE HEALESVILLE. (To the Editor Healesville Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
CORRESPONDENCE. (lTWe do not necessarily endorse -the opinions of our correspondents.) PICTURESQUE HEALESVILLE. (To the Editor Hiealesville Guardian.) Si,;-Being a visitor here for the first time this sumlner, I was very much struck with the appearance' of the placn, and as a resort for visitors I think is second to none in the colony. .With a'good deal bf attention from the citizens and councillors it ouglit to have a good future before it. There is room for some improvements, how ever, in the matter of having the streets properly attended to. One" thing that is very noticeable is 'the vast quantity of blackberry bushes that have. taken- possession of sonme parts of the thoroughf.res, and :these should be eradicated:.at once, and without further ldelay, as they not. only are an obstruction to 'trafflc, hut. an harbour for snakes, and, when visitors come to the place' (as" iio doubt there are thousands every year)" they do-not want to come into contact with these reptiles in their s...
ORIGINAL POETRY. TWO SCENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
O:?GLIAL, POETRY. TWO SCENES. (By Aliss Marion Miller, in the " AUSTRAL LIGIIT.") The green hills dream around me, And the gold gorse is in Ibloom, The sun-rays glinting through the trees The tender leaves illutne 1 I note tIheir crinmson vt ining \Vith a joy iout they can i,eing 'the ripe red promise of the years Traced by the hand of Spring I With sinuous curve the little creek Flows gently by 'my feet, The weldli.lwers cluster at its brink WVith faces fair and sweet. They liste-l to the song it sings In plaintive underton'e, A' it wanlders on to seek the sea It never yet hath known. Two lovers lean upon the bridge Their voices with the stream Blend ill my Pars as drt.wsily As whispers in a dream. I idl-y' watch the silvcr trout. Leap where the waters shinre, And wonder if love-stories all Are half a as mweet as mine i The river fades-and, lo, a shore With rugged clitl and high I I watch tile boats go out to sea, And you are standing by ! With ce'asel:ss splash the restless waves ...
EARLY CLOSING. (To the Editor Healesville Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
EARLY OLOSINIG'' ' (To the Editor ITealesville: . uarilia~i l t)i;u SI, Sote of `the business, people are Wvondering if there are any police nient in HEa'esvsille:''. If'there': are? tien, S'i, irthie namie of fair` play,.I would like to: ask "why arer: some• shops allowed .to remain openr after 8 30 ? Are they'a chlisen. few..? .Nov, sir, we, shopkeepers of, Healesville have stood" this kind' of hlilmbug long enough. What we: want is fair 'pla'y f"or' every body, whicih l'we' are not gettini? at present, as some of the shops are allowed 'to remain open until 9.30. If :one policeman is not enough, hL wiiould willingly join ';vilhi' otliers in: getting Iore lihere. 'lThien, Sir, we wciuld surely get -fairi''play,: for oi' ldoul t our: local mnin lis; a 'lot 'to . do, and ..cannot do,everything. Hoping those interested may "take the hint, anPd live andtlet live.-Yours, &c., ....... ........ MORE.-LIGHT.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
fnipherro y pickir his been proceeded w?itlh vigoroi slv ?lring the Inst couple of veeks, iid the fruit generall 'is of a very hi li, ord?er.' 'The hLot w'inds, however, pliyed seeidous h havoc with "the. berries on Monday last,. The:" Government Gazette" is filed at tliisotHice for the convenience of anyone who wish to peruse its contents. 'Mt;lessrs. Sheehan and Olements" are the successful :tenderers .for supplying 750 0cords ,of firewool at the Hope winding plant ,T Wuo:!iint.
BRANDING CATTLE BY STEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
l± tANi)DIG n'lT .i'd S-TEALI. A few days ago the linrister of Agricu!ture tele',,raphed to the De partments of Agriculture in Sydney and New Zealand for information about a new method of branding cattle by steam, which was said to leave a permanent brand without injuring the hide. A reply from Mr Cook, the Sydney Mliniater, intimates that thI ollicers in New South Wales have not yet fully satisfied themselves as to the complete success of the system. The impression takes longer than that of the fire brand, and is seldom made without a blotch, caused apparently by the escape of steam owing to the least movement of the animal. It, will require some time to prove that the hair will not grow again on the surface treated, and the New South Wales officials are not at present in a position to definitely pronounce on the merits of the invention. The Minister has not yet heard fro|m New Zealand on the matter. He will prolably arrange for a trial to be made in this colony, as the destruction...
HELEN HART ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE. A WOMAN HOUNDED DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
HELEN HARIT 'ON WOiIAN ir SUFFRACGE. n A .WOMAN HOUNDED DOWN. V F Misa Helen Hart, who (says the g' Kyneton O?SERVER) regards herself as tc the apex of the Woman's Franchise t( movement, has paid Kyneton a visit, ft and left the district without leaving her gI blessings. She regards the bearded I" bipeds of our town not as men, but r1 things. In their offices and shops they fc gave her credit for engaging in such a ti noble work as the emancipation of her PI sex, hout when asked to take the chair ti or render her support, they made all cc sorts of miserable excuses, and I generally wound up by saying, " Well T Miss Hart, I am sorry I cannot, but the w truth is I am married, or got a 'gal' and therefore under petticoat rule." "Men" tl says the fair lecturer, " under sulijec Si tion to their wives or sweetharts, such el are not men, but craven apologies for 1I such. You are a miserable lot in of Kyneton, void *of the least spark of bl manliness. I will let the so called ladies g` of V...
HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1898. (Before Dr. Baird (chairman), Jno. Green, and T. G. Chandler, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
NIEAi?ESdvILLE POLICE COURT. TIIunRSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1898. (Before Dr. Baird (chairman), Jno. Green, and T. G. Chandler, Js.P.) James Iammond, an aboriginal, was arraigned on a charge of having unlawfully assaulted one Edith Palmer, on Friday evening, the 2nd instant. The accused pleaded guilty to the charge. Constable Hocking briefly related the circumstances which had clarac terised the assault, which was to the effect that the young woman when going home on the evening in question was met by the Llackfellow, who seized. her by the wrists and tried to force her off the roadway. She, however, screamed and resisted. violently, and Hammond then cleared off. Edith Palmer deposed :-I reside on the Dairy road; am a teacher at the Coranderrk State school; saw accused' on Friday evening last on the Dairy road; her mbther intended coming: along and meeting her ; she saw' her. mother and had left her, and was gcing along the road when she saw prisoner. come out from behind some bushes; did ...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
GAZETTE NOTICES. The following notices appeared in last week's " Gazette ". It is hereby notified for general in formation that it is intended, at the expiration of one month from the date hereof, to issue a proclamation for the protection of native hears. Mlining. leases issued-Gastlemaine District, St, Andrew's Divisiou--E. Mi. Cairnes, 28&. Ir. 38p. Applications for licenses approved : '-4-J. H. Wheeler, saw-mill site, 3a., Warburton i J. H. Wheeler,. saw-mill site, 3a., Warburton; J. H. Wheeler, tramway, Warburton. Applications for leases under see tions 5' and 10 approved --Oaas. Tiessier, allot. 141, parish of Gracedale, 18a. 3r. Leases.-Transfers registered at the Office of Titles :-Sarah Jane Gilmour to John .Gilmour, Thornton, Taggerty, allot. 8 and 29B, section 3, 678 acres. Win. Millard (per sheriff) to Lucy Walker (Casterton), parish Killara, allotment C, section B, 25 acres. Transfers approved : - John De Brown to Edward James Buller, 20a., parish Warburton.
BELLENDEN KER ABORIGINAL MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
BELLE %DEN KER ABORIGINAL A meeting of unusual interest was held on Saturday night last in St. John's School room. The Rev. E. Gribble, the head of the Bellenden Ker Mission, North Queensland, gave an account, of .the work done since the commencement of the mission six years ago. Although the youngest mission to the aboriginise of Australia there are 85 natives upon the station, While in close proximity is a camp containing 150 natives. There are 23 bfiildings, including a good church and school.- ... Plantations of cocoa nut palms, &c., surround the station, and by means of cultivation of rice and other. crops a great part of the expense .of: the .mission is covered. On one occasion.a party, of the r.atives, headed by Mr. Gribble, engaged in coffee pick ing, and obtained. £35-in wages. As an illustration of the earnestness of the Christian natives it was remarked -that a band of them walked 22 miles in order to attend the celebration of Holy Communion. The address was ,illu...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
EXTRAcTs FROM GAMiE AND FsnKRIrP Acr.s 54 Vict. No. 1095, clau~e 5.-Wilfully ide stroyil!g, 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). lanuse 6.-Do. do. native game during close season. 1'enalty-£2 in addition to be for each bird or animal. Clanse7.-Buying, selling, or knowingly havilng in possession, house, or control, any imported game of native game during cloe season. Penalty-Imported game, £5 and ine of bird or animal; native game Clause 8.-Taiking eggs out of or destroy ing nest of imported or native game, or hav ing eggs in possession. Penalty-lOs. " ach egg. Clause ll.-taying poison for or poison ing game. Penalty-£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 54 Viet. No. 1003. clause 35.-Taking. selling, or exposing for sale any fish during close season or -such. fish. Penalty-Not --? than £20. and forfeiture of fish.
Against New Women [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 10 December 1898
Against New Women The "-now woman," with her aa .--pirations and maxnish mode and airs, can -never !,become a success, for thei reasion that Nature is against hler.. I: Wroman is Inot constituted ; like.man' I. cr:internal organism i can stand ý less stritini, :and needs a, great deal , more .: attentiono than dose..that -of the. male being. If any part of the digestive of female organs becomes deranged, the ?Thole= systiiim-~ 6iomes effected' Bile Beans for Biliousnes are about the only real specific extant that ab solutely keep the system clear of waste and impure natter, 'and thus enable the .? arious organs. to preform their S functins..with regularity. The pre .sence of: waste mat.ter in the system is execedingly detrimental to good health. A comparison: might I.e made with - :i;ioiintricate'eIgi ne which has become g loi~ei a.: d dirty through carelessness .and ineglect. Oiie part becomes dis , ,i' ?ld;, arid,:aflects other parts, and so :::. ;n ,:)til i;the w. hole machine is...