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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
In a provincial hospital the manage ment adopted the system of having a tablet afQxed to each bed on which the doctor might write his directions about the patient. One old fellow was con sumed with curiosity to know what was written about him, and when. the nurse was called away managed to get at the tablet. When -the nurse re turned she was surpriaed to. find him in dire distress, groaning, sobbing, and mioaning. t: Oh dear Oh dear I've got to die-I've got to. die 1" " What is it Are you feeling worse ý she kindly intuired. " N-not partickler, snum," he groaned.. "But I"ve got to die. The doctor has wrote it on my ticket." The patient was relieved, the ward and the nuras were amused, when it was found the doctor had ordered some simple change.of inedicene, profes sionally adding the words-_"Ter die" .id& tiies a dad,
EVERY CAT MUST CATCH A MOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
EVERY CAT MIS¶T CATCH A MOUSE. keep a cat in the housea ,tless she. does her duty. She is there to catch the mice, and unless she does so she might just as well be outside the house. So it is with the organs of the body. Every organ must do its duty, and thus keep tile body in perfect order. B3.le Deans for Biliousness will do this, and is doing it every day. The great discovery gives the stomach and liver power to do their work naturally ahd, regularly. Bile Beans make healthy il1dd0 and steady nerves. They mamke the weak spots sound and strong. They, are the only ,ijedicine that can lhe relied tipon for strengthen ing every organ of the body. Bile Beans for Biliousuess are conspo.unded to act on the liver, and through it on theIblood, and through the blood on the whole system. They will be found most etfficient in all cases from that of the most com mon pimtple to. the se ter .it of_ blood aiilt.em.s.
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
CYCLING NOTES. In the "Australian Cyclist" (June 14th, 1900) appears an announcement to the effect that so and so, one of the winning team in a certain Mlelbourne Road Race, rode a machine weighing 20 lbs. Surely it is time the League of Victorian Wheelmen, under whose patronage the race was held, should take steps to prevent competitors rid ing such feather weights in road races. In the first instance it is evident that the rider of such a machine can have no idea of the danger lie is courting by riding such a machine on a hilly and bumpy course. Two years ago several dangerous falls on the road, and in one case a fatal one, were attributable to riding flimsy racing machines in road contests, and at the time a great outcry was made against riders being allowed to race on such machines on the road. It is not only the rider himself who is in constant danger, but his clubmates and rival competitors, for in many in stances the rider who comes to grief over a fallen cyclist gets the wor...
THE GRAND NATIONAL. SEARCHING FOR THE WINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
THE GRAND NATIONAL. SEARCHING FOR THE WINNER. (By our Sporting Correspondent.) Quite a flutter has been caused in racing circles during the past week by the declaration of weights for the V.R.C. Nationals, and double eventers have been busy making their choices, Just a glance over the Grand National Hurdle Race; Wait-a-Bit, as was expected, has been allotted top weight, but even with 12.5 a horse that can get within a head of a Melbourne Cup, after having a bad run, must take an immense amount of beating providing he is fit and well. His sire, )Malua, won at first time of asking, albeit he had 121b, less to carry. Should he carry Alec, Taylor's confidence on the day of the race, I prophesy that he will be abso lutely first favorite, and moreover that he will be mighty adjacent, Welfare, 11.12, has done well in Sydney, but I don't like Sydney form at National time. Bethnal, 11.11, is probably the best hurdler South Australia has had for many years, which he fully demon strated a litt...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1900. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRI[DA Y, JUNE 22, 1900. GENERAL NE WS. F1olowing upon the suggestion con tained in our issue of 18th May, re garding the importance of tree-plant ing in and about the township of Healesville, we are pleased to observe that steps have alrcady been taken to effect an improvement in this direction. It will be remembered that at the last meeting of the shire council, Cr. _Mat thews mentioned that Mr. W. Richard son, of Ynrra Glen, had expressed his willingness to donate a number of young pines if such were required, and, on the presidentrs motion it was resolved that the offer should he ac cepted, and the young trees substi tuted in lieu ofd those which had pre viously failed. Accordingly, the trees having come to 1hand, the labor of planting them on Wednesday. was en trusted to M'essrs. Jarrett and. Parker, who put in 46 trees, of the age of three years, in various parts, of. tlhe town. • There was no ceremony to mark the occasion, and the progress of the wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
FRUIT TREES ! FRUIT TREES ! FRUIT TREES. All *Trees Well Grown and True to Name. Obtained from best Victorian Nurseries, and passed as CLEAN by GCoernment Inspector. ORDER EARLY mAND SECUVE THE BEST. Catalogues free on application to Messrs. Mitchell & iMurlstone, T. V. STORY, Managoer, TEE EA LE$VILLS _.DRAPERY, -MILLINERY, AND CLOTHING ESTABLISHMIENT, NICHOLSON STREET, :Splecndld eady iladec leia's Tweed.: Sults,, from (is. Gd. .Yutfbs'Tweed.,Suits, from .1. : 6d. Boys', Kinipker $its, from .3s.,l'ld. Gajatea..Suits,) frornm2s.; lid. A Splendid Assortment SPPING &i SUMMER GOODS! Also, LADIES'. anii CHILDREN'S, IvM ILLI NERY., ' Of. the Latest Fashions. Mourning- Millinery., Crape, &c. ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF Drapery, lUnderclothingr, S:Ilobsiery. alberdashery, a nd'Fancy Goodls. - Also, IMEN'S and BOYS' CL O T.H I N G AT LOWEST CASn PJUCES. SUITS TO MEASURE from £2 2s. TROUSEIS, from 11s. 6d, in Latest F'ashions, by first Blass Melbourne Tailor. Goods obtained,...
The Healesville Shire Directory [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
The Ilealesville Shire Directory 0-o Counties-Anglescy and Evelyn. Parishes--Buxton. Glenwatts, Monda, Narbethong, Stevensons, and part of Gracedale and Granton. Province-South-Eastern. Memiblers of Council--Hons. Jas. Balfour, Win. Knox, and J. C. Campbell. Electoral District-Evelyn. Division Ilealesville. Member of Assembly-E. II. Cameron. Electoral District-Anglescy, Division --Marysville. Member of Assembly-- I. J. M'Kenzie.
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
HEALESVILLE WA TER TRUST. Constituted 10th Jinuary, 1890. Com plising portion of Hicalesville shire, em bracig an area of ilout 2750 acres. For supplying Healesville township and part of the parish of Gracedule. Water rale on tenements, Is. in the pound, iased on iiiunicipatl vination ; minimuni , 20s. Va cant hots, i 1. in the pound ; n-iniounn, 10s. If by measure, tl. per 1000 gallons. Population supplied, 700. Comnmissioners-All the members of the Shire Couincil. G. S. Mlatthews, chairiman. E. H. Cameron, 'i.L.A., Government nolminee. Seuretary, collector, and works superin tendent-C. 1I, Alexander. Treasurer-J. Cornish.
GETTING LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
GETTING LOST. -o0 A writer in " Forest and Stream " givesa few simple rules for avoiding this misfortune. In the first place, he says, one should carry in one's head a general idea of the main streams, mountains, and gulches. In a new or strange country this knowledge should he obtained at once. On the first day out of a new camp keep as much as possible. on high ground , look back frequently, so that the country will not appear strange when you turn, and do not burden your mind with too mti.ny small details. Simply remem ber, for instance, that, if you turn to the left from the divide where you stand, you will come into the valley of the stream, on which you are cam ped, bht that, if you turn to the right, you will, come to. a stream that flows in another direction. Also remember. that your camp is near such-and-such a looking hill ; or, better still, that it is in range with two mountain peaks. It is always bdtter, for- the first day oi two, not to. get out of the valley where you...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
The " leaiesville Guardian " AND GENERAL PRINTING WORKS, CASTELLA - S'LiJEEUr, ... HEALESVILLE. - :0; JOB PRINTING OF EVERY DESQRIPTIQN DONE ON THE PREMI?SES With Neatress and Despatch. The " Guardian " is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First Mail. This Journal advocates local interests, and the fostering of local industry. It condemns the pracuce of supporting foreign labor. GREAT WINTE? SALE.. Our Thirteenth Annual STOCK - TAKING SALE. Beehive Stores, LILYDALE. Established 1886. B. MOIREY & CO., According to their usual custom before Stock-taking, will offer the whole of their Stock of First-Class Drapery t At Considerable Reductions. 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. q For One Month Only! Commenced Saturday, July 8, 1899. BONA FIDE BARGAINS. MIillinery ! Millinery! Ladies' Caps, Jackets, and Macintoshes will be Cleared at less than...
B[?]L OF EXCHANGE. Bi[?] of Exchange and Promissory Note— [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
B[1L OF EXCHANGE. Bit o! Exc.ange and Promissory Note L t. & Where the amount or value of the motiey for which a bill or nont; ;i 0 drawn exceeds £10,000, then for V every £50 of the amount or value, a and also for any fratiou.al part c of £50 of such amount or vdilue ,, 0. "Q n Bill of exchange paiyable on demand charge. c able with sthie duty as a promissory note a for saline amount. LEmbossed stamps must be nsed,which may f is obtained at all Post Oflices.) Ex_3sprioNs. I 1. Draft or order drawn by anty bankei it b Victoria upon any other bankei In Victoria e ult payable to beadroi ou to order and used a solely for tile paurpose of settling or clearitir v any account between siuch bankers. 2. Letter written by i banker in Victoiais io aniy d6the banker iaVictoria directing tile euay'iiciit of a?ny.aun od'Imoley, the same I.ot t Seilig payable to.bearer or to order, and suchb 'ettei hot being semn or delivered to thie sersotn to wholm ?aynielit is to be mide or to a any pe...
THE WRONG BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
TIlE WRONG BOX. o- A- vicar, who is not occustomed to a very large audience, was startled the other Sunday to find his church cram med to suffocation, There seemed no thing to account for the sudden influx, until, upon enquiry, it was discovered that a new postal lox for letters had been attached to the adjacent house bearing the legend, "' No collection on Sundays."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
Neuralgia is really caused by shattered nerves, over work, worry, debility, anmmia. Cold and damp awaken this sleeping ail= ment. Ti!e face or head throbs with nagging burning pains caus ing intense agony, prostration, loss of sleep and loss of appetite. Only a nerve tonic and blood builder can cure neuralgia. D . B iljiu ' PIK PILLS are the best cure for neuralgia because they are the best nerve tonic and blood builder procur able. Even a few doses assist * te syst.r?, tlcn the nerves are tc;?dK. ?;;e !,l)::3 pass al y., ;:--. C'i:c:"i [-; . .:?: . .., ar ' The .' L . : _ r.:.." :.::. and -.: .. : :::_: ~-ery vestige of cIlur_ i, amid prrcpared to com bat Winter's cold and damp. Read what a cured person says: Mr. . Andrhews, 115 Barlly Street, C'a:1ton (Vic) writes :-'" i o:nc time g'o 1 sufle,:d frcmt noiual Lias in my had. '1 heI cotinu:al throbbing l?:.is rotIbb:fi me of my sleep. 'l'he docotor ttid me lmy system ;vas run di ow and tha1it wauted a tonic. I tried many tonics, but...
"DEAR, DIRTY DUBLIN." AN IRISHMAN'S VERSION OF THE ROYAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
"1'EAR, DIIRTY 1DUBLIN." 0 AN IRITHMAN'S VERSION OF T lE ! )ROYAL VISIT. "'Dear, Dirty Dublin ' was trans formed for the occasion of the Royal visit into a place beautiful, bunting and flags giving the town quite a holi day appearance. " Dirty ' the place might, or might not, lie, but 'dear ' it certainly was, on account of the tre mendous influx of visitors. The national green formed a prominent feature of the lavish deecorations, mingling with red, white, and blue emblems which the brave Irish sol diers, to whose gallantry the Queen's visit was iiinmmediately due, have fought for with such dash and valour. The genuine Irish welcome given Her Majesty only afforded another instance of the peculiar characteristic which makes the Irish grumble dissemble the most generous nature in the whole world." It was wanst " Dear, dirty Dublin " Ye should see it now, ie-e boy; For the dirt has ceased frome troublin', Shure the town's gone mad wid joy. Och l we're fairly in oiur glory, 'Tis a grea...
TOO BUSY TO SHAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 22 June 1900
TOO BUS1Y TO SHAVE. A man who knows Kitchener well tells the following clharactezistic story of the hero of Khartoum :-During the Soudan campaign he Called an officer to his tent. "I have a mission for you to Sc-and-So," he said; " you will ask a question and. bring me the answer. You will take two orderlies with you, no more. I give you seven days for the expedition." The. g~llaint young fellow performed the mission within live days, and reported himself without taking time to shave or dress for the occasion. He had ridden al most night and day. " Well," said Kitchener, " what is the answer "T The officer gave it. "I oJbserve," said Kitchener, " that you are growing a beard, which is against the regulations. I do not permit oflicers on my staff to wear beards." That was all. The young officer went to his quarters con siderably. crest-fallen. But the next day he learnt that the Commander-in Chief had reported him for immediate promotion. "-The man of ice and iron," as an admiring cr...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 June 1900
GAZETTE NOTICES. The undermnentioned notices appeared in last week's " Government Gazette:" Areas of land comprised in classes 2 and 3 increased.-County Evelyn, parish Tarrawarra, allot. 37, 157 acres, second class, licensed under section 42 to George B. Gammon. Transfer of Leaseholds. - William James Russell to William Charles D'Arcy, parish Gracedale, 19 acres 2 roods 19 perches.
HEALESVILLE RAILWAY RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 June 1900
IIEALEsVILLE RAILWAY RATES. The Lilydale people are complaining of the length. of time the trains take in travelling from that place to Melbourne, and with some reason, for 1 hour and 20 minutes, in going 23. miles can hardly be cal'led' railway speed. There are 20 stations in 23.E miles,. and in. comirng to Melbourne the train stops at nearly all of them, to take in passer- gers. The consequence is unnecessary delay and the crowding of the trains with suburban passengers. But the HIealesville people have even more reason to complain of the delay, and of the conversion of their train into a suburban one, with all the contingent stoppages, as the fares to Healesvillo are at the full rate of 2d. per mile for first class passangers the whole distance, no allowance being made, as in the case of Lilydale and other places, for the lower rates charged within the suburban radius. The consequence is that not only do the Healesville people com plain of the high rates, but everyone who travels...
NARBETHONG. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 29 June 1900
NARLBETHIONG. LBy PANS-}.1 Divine service was conducted for the first time in the private school room, Narbethong, at 11 o'clock on Sunday morning last, by Mr. Rodgers. An interesting and instructive address was delivered by that gentleman to his congregation, which was rather limited, owing to the menacing state of the ing. Mr. Rodgers expressed his in tention of conducting service once a month at the same hour and place. He anticipates having a much larger attendance when the weather becomes more favorable, and hopes that the effect of such meetings, when estab lished, will fill the vacancy of a long felt want in the locality for the edifica tion of its people in general. Private P. Dalgarno, of Lilydale, who went away from Victoria with the second contingent, and is now at Cape town owing to having contracted enteric fever, writes to say his diet now consists of roast chicken, porridge, bread and butter, boiled eggs, rice pudding and a bottle of stout a day. Quite a change this f...