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Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
Bxston. S" "1A postil township on the Acheron River, i: b :'66 liiles'east of Melbourne. It has a large hotel, store, and state school. The district. is. pastoral and agricultural, with several :,i.. ood farms. A cross-country postal ser-. v:ice i maintained with Marysville and, Alexandra by way of Buxton tri.weekly. J. Sherwill, postmaster. Population, 50..
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
Iealesvlle WYater Trust. Constituted 1Oth lJanuary, 1890. Cnm prisiug portion of Healesville Shire. For supplying Hea;leville township and part of the parish of Gracedale. Popiulation supplied,.700. : Conunissioners-AIl the members of the Slhire.Cocil. E. J. Hall, Chairm?m. n E. H. Cameron, 1.L.A., Government nomni nee. Secretary and collector--Chas H. HAlex andlr. Treasunrer-.inn. Cornish. .,The water rate i1 is. in the £, hased on the Iiimnicipal 'vImation 'of prop+rliv ritetl If hy:uiemisirc, 9d.;'per 1000 gals. - " ? ' : . . r
Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
Narbethong. A pretty postal lihanilet sitiated at the fant of the Black Spur, on Fisher's Creek, 53 miles east of Melbourne. Rail direct' to liealesville, thence by coach 14 miles. It has a ond lhotel, and is connected with. lIealesville by telephone. Mrs. Williams, posttistress. i .Ppulation, 20... :
WANTED TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
,WV NT] D :TO KNOW Wh: n are the .Shire Coiuncillors go ing t'tak steps to. ihave that portion dfethie?Etiham Sire..annexed to Heaes.. yile li'e1 - - Is it -true, that the'.hop-pickers are giofl o' strili .. o -When 'are e egolng. to have cheap fares to' ?t1bourne, ..' • Who will be the inan to )start " fife brigad .: ...;:. .hy are the streets, not watered :when we have so :muchi water and the bhiltness people in the main ;street are: willing to pay.a Iman to do it ?,
A BRILLIANT CAPTURE! GALLANT HEROISM AND INDOMITABLE PLUCK! Twelve Policeman and Civilians, Aided by Confederates; Entrap a Poor, Emaciated Blackfellow! [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
A:BRILLIANT CAPTURE ! GALLANT EHIEIOI1b AN) -INDOMITT AlLE PLUGCK:! . Twi ve Policeimen aid Ci"ilians, AJiddl 'ly.'Citfedleratei; Etrap t, Por ,. SEmaciated "Blackftllow!. ' ..ead the following, ye British hearts of oak Does it' not inake your' oble .breasts heave with pride? :.: ..A telegram from Brisbane to the . Age .states that Jacky,. the Dora Dora bli.ck, who is suipposed to have out raged:. and maltreated an= old woman .nauied .Srithl at Benalla, - fiom the effects of which she shortly afterwardsi died and wh, also:is a':lleged to have In urdered pnd robbed a selector at Dora j Dora, in Queensland some time ago, and after havin' been. arrested 'by. the; police recently managed to escape with the:.iantdeuffs on him... He: was followed;.up and .re-captured on .Fri day, night last on a small ?islaiind of 30 acres of Aense scrub, 30 miles up the coast. He. wa: liknQwn t6 be' thet. during ,the past .'fo'rtnight - Twelve police `aind civilianir? earched . all'. one day, hf t were ;...
CRICKET. TROPHY COMPETITION. STEEL'S CREEK V. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
° `".. ORIO1CKBT:: TfI OPHIYCCO(MPETITION. T? E? ORi.IEK v. ?HEALESVILLL. ... "his fi.tli.i'ci" l?turledonSatur diyanid r.illtied'in dti easy victory for, he &lt;oais li twiorunddand six wickets. Thewvi'thler' was all that could bede sireL .'Thif is the' first match the IHeaesville'teatn have won in-the'com 'retitoni'this seas6ni; and our local men. were the 'recipieite of ?Many '.compli Sk-ld'e'fe at ieethue .sportsmen whinc't'fiy pitovt t'oie on and off the ithe gouna&1 u ii boa d th theaplayers and spectators seemed to thoroughly enjoy "th?i? ve' A i~.ictest"has been .efll •ed " " ain :. C-.en. With . ive wickeGs down for? 17. runs in theirf second ,innings ,a H? bbard-. and :Irorris, 'ani enot oiit mon? .:faced the 'liowlii?? of Hiirt and:: : Cullen,, lht 1_oiorri was bowled. by Hirti after, a couple of runs had been made. Jenr kins tsok is place, and some excellent criiket was shown by. these t woie whb seemed t Ohave fairl ?'llred e fe":ee ? i:: "?r'e`` 'ý"e'-'...
THE DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
: T...:. HE DEPUTATIOT . '1 Councillor- T. Clenents,: and ntex-. 'Councillor S. Sloss ,.who were appointed ; as a deputation to lay the views: of- the I mieetii?g befor tilh Miiister 'of L"ands; I (proceeded to 'Mel hourue.O biriediiesday morning, 1u? w.er dloomed ito disap pointmenti:as:the Minister..Lwaa? :Away from town. . The deputation, thlerefoire haiid to wait till` the fdllowing ,day, Thursdlay- wheni the desired inteiriew took. place Mr 1 E, H..Cameron anti Mr: M K: ii'Keniie, Ms.LA. ac companied anditintroduced ,the deputa tion. r . _r~lemenRts triefy hut for- c idly laid before 4r 1I intyre the views .of the residentsl'as ex phfsed'-ti thie ipubilic ineelting with -rseard. toEthe dis posal of the hlocks on the revokrdi por tion of the Coranderrk. rgserve.' iThe I Mliiister .in reply, was; very decided .iii hi s'deterfiiinatb'io to lav~ sodme 25 df the bllocks specially set asidie to i1je oc. cd iied?under the village. settlehient systii,; hilve the remainder :would hbe :v...
THE CORANDERRK ABGRIGINAL RESERVE. PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
THE CORANDERRK: ABG I ,I . +, NAL IRESERVE. - .. "PUBLfi MEE N f A number of "iatepayer ..Idis= ' approved of"the action of the Shire:. Council 'at its'last meeting in passing a resolution to the effect that the Minis-. ter of Lands be 'written- to requesting him to .put ~p for public. auction the blbeks recently'surdeyed on the revoked portion of the' Coranderrk Aboriginal.",'i Reserve, an"d -considering the proposal|-.'. : would be greitly detrin?ienivfaito ah thea "-Z best interest of. the town} and district, with laudable purpoe.. .prired- : " and had thel requisite number' of signatures attwa o toa -requisition to Mr. J .M. ..Keppeh ?the Presidtent o: th"'W " Shire, desiring him to codnv e'n p ubi; meeting of r?ktepayers .to ie held'.?: .. Daly's Hlal oi :Saturdriy evening last? in order ti get? the opinion of there r dents irk reg'ard ta.the aiiaiiner in wL4h" " r the hl?.?ks referred ta sho ilci be. ma?e r ai ail1e. -rP.epte)- p romni' ae ceded to the reguest, and direc.ed . ...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
"Local& General-News. :During the past week or so the Dust Fiend lias ieen arsertinrg his presence to a very disagreeable deagree;sand 'the local hbusine?.s people ar lou 0 in their complaints at the nuisance. With such a splendid and unliniited water supply at their comnmand; it iss ? iat ter for surprise that the Shire Council does not take some steps towards ab~t ing the troubiile by :causing the:.main streetsi to be:watered daily, as has beeii done id foarier summers. We under stand 'thi-business people are quite willing"' to -'contribute towards' the ex pense, so that-objeotio.d on that score could not be raised. : . A - Harvest Thanksgiving Service was held in.St. John's Church of EnE : ,land, Healesvillei on Wednesday even ing ilast, ithe incumbent, the Rev. F. H. Gibbs, officiating. .The church was tastefully decorated . with fruit, veget ables, and .other produce, interspersed artistically with flowers. The offertory and proceeds of tho sales of the articles composi...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
' ;PfBLLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1894.. : THERE iS a proposal on foot- to assist the- farmers by loaning them the Savings' Bank funds at a low rate of interest-say 5 per cent. per annumn. In this manner two. objects would be gained. The -.Government would take the: place of the financial institutions, whether banks or otherivise, as creditor', .while .the. difference between five, and eight- or rine per cent. .vould :-meanr:. something. very; considerable - to -the:.,borrower. Of course the Government .would have :to take ample-se curity for th :adilandes;, and it could not be, expected of .t em to accept any security. that would;be refused by.the banks. But these - things .being equal, there does not appear: to- be any serious objection against the pro:posal' O,.Of course, it might be that, the Gofrniment being the .creditor,, spme,people. !would-feel inclined -to take un ifiir advantage ?of the - circmhin4 .since, adiie e xpect-i :a" greatetr degree- of :-:indul...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
. hriktenben, AND GENERAL FE lle STOREKEEPER. . .EALESVILLE*. : .First-Class -Stock:'-.l DRP8A..PWY - Crockery, Grocery, AND STATZONERT. The Best Quality of Bread in the District! 'Come and See, a ?0 JdgeIor'iorreo" H EALE SI L - **R a ati ofs WAREROUSE, .NICltolson STREET, HEALESVIILE, (Next Post Office). STATIONER,: R) ESPECTFULLY intimates that he has "always in stock every requisit neces sary to be found in a .well-conducted busi ness of this kind. 7Wicy Goods,. Tobacco. .Cigalts L, Soaps & Perfumery, School :Requisites, .. Stationery, allikind,s; r'ishiig'Tackle, &c. English Magazines 'ihdNewspapers. Newspapers.kf livered Oi Posted t&o any Address. g JUJST BEOEIVED ,A--.I LARGE CONSIGNMENT JAES JTARS SJASs FRUIT JARS JAR3S (PRESERVINGO JARS JABS JARS Wide Mouth.- . - - Delivered,6' :?.r? Pr Dozen. AGENT FOR .POULTON & OWEN'S HOIEPATHIC MEDICINES. -Every Description of PATENT MEDICINES . Kept in Stook. House, Land. Estate, Commission d.,. , .sd: I...
Law. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
Law. Bailiwick-Central. Police 'Magistnlte-Major George F. SBirtrnp. Sits every'third Thursday in the m mnth.! S.i?tice of: the Peace--E. II. Cameron. M.LA., D. Urichton, J. Es,,n, Jun,. Green, E Kidney, .1. C. Steel, E. Nichdlan, aniid l.. M* . Keppel (president of shire). Stvsinnt-y-Thursday; at 10 :t.m. ' Clerk oif Conrts--Daniel Berri:iann. .. ....
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
IlealesvillC Shire.. Constituted a 'shire,.~ 0th Septemlier. 1887. Area-200 square miles. Popula tion. 1225; ratepayers on r,,li, 292. An nuitl';'ale, £12,602 ; rite, Is.in i. Re venuue, £2,900. President of Shire-T-no. M, Keppel. Councillors. Thos. Barton ... ... Retires, Aug. 1894 Charles Walker ... 1894 niohn M'Gretton ... ,, 1894 Eliin'nd .J. Hall ...,, ,. 1895 Thns. Clements ... .. , 1895 John Green ... ... , ,, 1895 : John Hollnd... ... ,~ ., 1896 John M. Keppel ... ,, , 1896 E.lwar1, Nichola .... 1896 Thie COunccil meets at Daly's Hall on the' tlast Monday in the montlh. Officers. 'Seretarv, enlh.tnor. valuer. and.inspector of .rtanc?s- C'lns. H.. Alr:snlcer, . : n?. gina.er--Alex.lIndg-erH, C.E. Health otlicer-J. C. Baird, M.B....S. '.Treasurer-J.no Cornish. .IDo& registrars-.Tnseph IInfl. Healea sille ; Henry lhdinson, Mlarysville. .- .·
WEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
WEALTH. It is worth while taking a look-at the accumulated wealth of some -Aimerican millionaires, and., we selectthen, in illustration fortwo reasons., In the first place, the statistics of such mantters are more complete and accessible in. America than they. are'here. Aind in .the second place, there are. very few persons in this country whose.capital ised means equal those of the. transat lantic• money kings. Again in tlhis country accumulation is the work of a lifetime, or even generationis; while in America it has been frequently the work of a few years. The fortunate beings who suddenly "strike ile," or discover a " pocket," form a factor in the greatest economic prolbleum of .the age, without knowing it. . B3y.a calculation mhaade a year or two ago hy "an:. A:eirican ._ statticisti, it seems .that seventy . citizens of the United States .possessed among, them an aggregate w-alth of ablout 541t nil lion pounds. That gives an average of albout .7 niillion 'pounds iapiece. T-' c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
THE "LO U I S" LVELVETEEN. SThestrictest examiner may try every test of touch and sight without discovering that these are other than the Genoa Velvets which, they so closelyresemble, while . the peculiar arrarigements resulting in the fast woven pile enable then to stand interminable and rough wear, which would'ruin keal velvets at four times the price. For Costumes and Trimmings'it is unequalled, and-in fact for allpurposes in which Silk Velvet may be .used we specially recomt mend the LOUIS" VELVETEEN. - Every yad of getiine bears the name -of May be hId from all Drapers throughout the Colnies, most of whim w:ill .send patterns PoSTiFRS on ap plication i. WE IMII SEWING MACHINES. SWRINGER H ,5 ?EET APSBURG PIANOS "?,. -34 THE _SSPg) APSBURG TORGANS EpRAMBULATORS9 AT ANY OF THE HARMoNIs ERTHEI .z ewing MachineDep6ts. ýp Tc h e est Waterproof'9 HILL'S MAGIC VERMINQ KILLER1 Is Certal n Death to They tumbdle over Rats, Mice, Native -? ~Die on the Spot Cats, Flying Foxes, For Testimon...
"RASMUS" AND THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
-"tRA$MUJS" AND-:THE ;MECHANICS '-"?" . .... _Th INSTITUTE.: ;.: ,.. S(To thelEditoir of The Guardian.) DEAR Sin -In y"our -issiie if 'the ` 2rid itst.- " Ra8iniis", 'inits to, know -"Is it I t?fe thl; the comumittee of the Healesville 'declianics' Instiute.,ha-e aghino formed ai' 'iq,?? rand also--"Wheni will the local Mechanicsi Iistitute become a popula.r in siition " ' Now Sir, I wonld ,a.? -wiWat saSia r reA tliere' itha a "cblique?" dxists? 'lhi .uinmua' mebtinh g of, aubberibers was daily advertised to:take place on the ,22rid Janrsiry"jast-. .-lie iueetinr, did take.place, but how many siibsciberis attndedl -. Six -only sitx : .` f "Rasmus" :uas present,i lie lknos exactly what was done ;if lihe was not present; perhaips he will -gite the reason:of fis absence '.Perlaps he is not ai sunbscriber ; in' ti~l? case .I. -link he' should hold his peace.: No', Sir, ini your issie'of· the 26th ilt. you have gi~ven a ,very f?ll report of' he proceedings. at that meeting" Five ofut of...
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of the writer (not necessarily for publication) will be freely inserted in this column, on the understanding that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents. We also hold the right of making any elimination we may see fit. especially when a non-de-plume is affixed. "SWEET CHIMING BELLS. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
C..orrespondence on sult?ect of public and general interest,'f guaranteed by the nameii and address of the writer3 (not neceRsairily for publicatiori). ill hef freely inserted ha 'this: eolizmn, on the understandinglthat ire do not idenitif ourseles with thIopinio;i expressed by correspondents: :We also hold thernrght -of'making any elimination .i?e may:;see. ft. especially wchen a non-de plume is affixed. "SWEET CHIMING BELLS." (To the -Editor of The Guardian.) n SI ,--ar one of "thelnany who,:when any departure is ma.de fromi a long-pstab irshed mnidrecngniseul rule or eustognt want to "know, you know," the why and; the ,wierefore of that departure, and -am -tlie more iinxions to kiinw when that depaiture idoes hnot appear to be any itnprovement on the old custom-LE.: Ih e been residing in HIFalesyille-heautiful Heelesville--a few years,.anif before E: came here I lived in other more populous-perhaps, not such imnportaiintplaces, ind, until ,the fest few Sabbath', I found the isto...
HOW MONARCHS LIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
HOW MONARCHS LIVE. I If we are to believe the reports that fronm time to time reach the ears of the 0 public the kings and emperors of no- 1 dern times do not every day partake of an extravagant hanquet that costs s. verral thousand dollars, like the 'NeroJs and Caligulas ef ancient Rome, (writes the San Francisco Citruonuicle). It is' I not precisely a nhit.trer of inm.dey, since they could afford thle expeneliture, tlhei priv?atl purse' lei ii~Auflaientlyl ' fuir p!shed, Iut they:uniderstaind lbetter the laws of hygiene, and do ,not c?are, Ie sides, to set an exaiirple of extravagance and gluttoiny "that would 'he had - for I their subjects, and night in these days of ..newspaper license cause adverse criticism.' Most of thin; Ie- it' said, live modestly, not to say abstemniously, reservinig their grand,asynposia.for. the occasions when they are ohliged to en tertain their 'uiore. distinguished sub-' jects, their royal guests, or the inhlas sadors of foreign nations. Thus we have ...