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Mr. Mentiplay.— [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
Mr. MIentiplay,-Sir, I beg to tender you my sincerest thanks for the won derful cure you performed on my child. The said child when about 11 months old contracted a cold which turned to Bronchitis and afterwards to double Pieumonia, and was for weeks laying at death's door; then worst of all he got that dreaded disease Marasmus, from which so many, children pine. away and die. I-le gradually wasted away, till at last le got so smnall and frail that we thought every, day would be his last, and for the last few weeks before taking him to you we just managed to keep him alive on weak brandy, and sateer. During the whole of this time the childl had. the attendance and advice of some cf the best Doc tors in the colony for which I paid a good s..u of money.' As a last r.-source I was itiduced to take the child to you with k.'e following result that i . less than one week under your successful trertment he ,had started to improve and within' one mouth 'was thoroughly cured by.' using two b...
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
lealesville Post and Telegrapb Post office open, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m Telegraph office openi from 8.30 a.m. to 8 o m. , Post otnce savings bank open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ;'Saturdays.from 10 a.u. 12 inoon, and 6 to 8 p.ni. deposits only. Mails close for-? Melbourne 10.25 ant d and 7.15, pir duily. Intermediate 7.15, Fr. Marysville and ... ... 9.30 am dail Narbethong Arrive froin- Melbourne, &c... 9.55 am 2.40 pm 7.30 pmo daily. Marysville and . .. 7 pm daily Narbethong ' MISS A. CHAPMAN Postmistiess.
A WONDERFUL SUCCESS In CURING ALL INCURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by W. MENTIPLAY AND SON, No matter what your complaint may be, chronic or otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
A. WOŽU )ERFUL 6UUUJ''S In CURING ALL INCURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by W. MENTIPLAY AND SON, No matter what your compisint may be, chronic or otherwise. Our charges for our Herbal Prepara tions are moderate compared to others, and what makes them more so,they are RELIABLE. We successfully CURE the following diseases:-Hydatids with out operation. Erysipelas in 24 hours, Hlood Poisoning and Diphtheria, Typhoid and other fevers, Liver and Kidney 'complaints, including Bright's disease; Rheumatics, Water Brash, Marasmnus, Nervous Debility in male. and female, Piles, Sciatica and Lunr hago, and remove from the blood all deleterious substances, Eczema and Jaundice. We also cure Asthma, Tumors, Fits, Conuhs, Scurvy, had legs, Neuralgia and all other curable diseases. Our hair restorer is the most relalle. We. give advice gratis, requesting that pers.na writing for advice should enclose a stam p for reply. .W\V. lMdntiplay, son., wvill hIe in con stant at ilda,?-e at his slhop fro,?t...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
The coming dread of the Australian colonist is the apparant increase of that dreadful complaint, ITydatids. Some say that there is no cure for it, only by operation; but in my experience I say that the only cure is to be found by Medicine. My son I found had a small swelling on his side, althlou~gh hu; little notice was taken of it until it in. creased in size; and four (4) years .afterwards we took hil to two ()j doctors, who wanted at once to opt. rate upon him. I at first oljected, hiut afterwards took him to the Childreu's .Hiospital for operation, which was un: successful. After another mouth ihe i:ad to Ie operated on again, which -wK .also unsucessful. HI- lingeredr for tahonut three (3) months, getting very 'weak. I "w"s then arlvised to take hiim fto the Il omncnpatlhic Hospital. The doctors there, also .wanted to operate upon him againI hut, experiencing a "donht as to his recovery I then thought that. as the doctors in o,th hospiial., adth expressed a doubt as to imy son'...
EXTRAORDINARY. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CHATAUQUA. MEETINGS CONTINUED. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
EXTRAORDINARY. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CHATAuTQUA. MIEETINGS CONTINUED. FRIDAY. In the afternoon an open Parliament was held in the Athelstane paddocks, when the subject for discussion' was " Christian Endeavorism and Wordly Amusement." The Rev. W. Clark oc cupied the chair and conducted an ex cellent meeting. The Rev. J, Darroch, of Eltham, spoke first;. He was: of opinion. that worldly, amusements, if not carried to excess, were beneficial. He was followed ;by Mr. ;G.:=Alle'. AMr. D. Bruce'and Dr. Warren also contended that one who had Christ for his all, should need no other amuse ment whatever. Prayers and hymns were given through the meeting. At 7.30 in the evening, a service of praise and prayer was held in the marquee, and then the crowd began to come in, and by the time the regular meeting started, the tent was packed full. The general meeting was on the subject of Good Fellowship, with the keynote, Our Country, and the Federal Bill. Dr. Warren occupied the chair, and after the a...
DIDN'T SEE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
DO D'T Sm IT. Pat: "Are yez good inl aritLmetic, Mike ?" Mike: " 01 om." Pat : "Well, if ye bad a. nuv'rin. an' oi axed yer for the Inll o' ten dhiliii.'s, hon much would ye hov heft ?" Mike (decidedly) : " A suv'rin." Pat : °'"A,?l yez don't seau to see my idecar !" Mike : "No; an' ye won't see my ten shillin'." Mrs. HENrECO (to servant) : " Do you know when Mr. Henpeck came home last night?" Sam: "I dunno, mum, but when I toolk his boots at seven o'clock this mordung they was warm." TomnsT : " Do we stop here long enougk for luncheon ?" Guard?: "We do, unless you insist on eat ing a whole sandwich." Door-- : " Well, Pat, will we go to worrh or not?" O'Brien : "Let's toss up for it, shure." )oouau : "Toes up a happiny. If it comes down heads or tails we wou't worruk. If it comes down nayther the one or the other w, will worruk.
THE WIZARD'S LEGACY. CHAPTER VIII. (continued) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
THE WIZARD'S LEGACY. CHAPTER VIII. (continued) Dr. Manuel stopped, and put up his hand to his eyes. Dr. Hamilton felt quite affected. "She is a lucky girl to have such a good uncle," he said; but you don't smoke-is it possible you don't care for these exquisite cigars'" "I am glad you like them," sai,1 Dr. Manuel ; " sometimes I don't fancy them." " Now, there is one- thing about your niece that I don't like," said Dr. Hamilton, " the vision-seeing, or whatever you may like to call it. Don'tyou think that a curious symp ton I" "Viery ; I do not like it; and yet it does not do to inake a fuss about it." " If she. gets stronger," said Dr. "Hamilton, " it will cease"- - "Do nhot let us talk: hei," said Dr. Manuel, " it is too sad; with her grace and beauty and prospects, it is terrible to think of her condition." Then he began to converse with other things-of his life afbroad, of some singular and valuable botanical discoveries that he had made; and Dr. Hamilton sipped the chuice lique...
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
I have heen inforimerl that th'. Blishop o' .?elhnnrne has tiven a defi:ite pror!i e sendta licensed revier to. take nharnuI o" the -district, and it is to he hoped that the tippnintnm;nt he made at an e.marly date, a we are' nt present withl umt divine service of any kind. Somen jivenile .spnrtsmen %,ent daik shonting the other day, and not bein.r ablI to find any off the wild nganme, madec an easy prey" of four of Mir. T. ?'Cartlly,s tame ducks. The weather has broken mr l:,st, and welcome shlnwers havve been fallinmi since Saturday night; cansinm everythlin: to look green and fresh again.
DISTRICT NEWS. Yarra Glen. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
DISTRICT' NEWS. LFROM OUR CoRRESPoNDEN.Ts. Y7art GMet. S.lnda ? holnl pienirc seem to he monst of the e.xitreiml-t just now. The Pr,.sshv t'rian icen.tic was hll this year at the heautifulll sitnted residence of MIrs. Rt?s, " Kinernig." on the hill. The splen did lawn andt avcnrllos were a!l thrown open. also the tennis ncort, swings, etc.. and they were all taken fill nalvlntare of. The child.ren had posestesion of the pine arenne for rae'? ] and il'reat tilles. The heautiful shande was a relief to parents. nas they were relieved from anxiety for fear of sn-istroke. Generanl pleasure wras ex pressed at the hlnnlsoinme prizes given to winners of races. etc. Tea was served on the lawn. annl. needless to say, was taken full henefit of. The schiool prizes w,-re given out by Mrs. Ross after tea. and be fore leaving the. roannds each ehill was given a ha? of lollies. The Il:er. .1. Dar rnoch. in a shelrt speech, proposed the usual "ote of thanks to all helpers, and asked for hearty cheer...
Upper Yarra Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
Upper Yarra Ilnilway. As mentioned in our leading article a fortnight ago, a meeting of the Rail ways Standing Commnittee was held to consider the proposed line from Lilly dale to Seville; Mr. E. H. Cameron, MA.L.A.,'in the chair. Tile Engineer in Chief, Mr. F. Ren nick wrote as follows:-Referring to your letter of the 4th inst., I:have the" honour to forward herewith estimates, with tahulated statement and plan, for 2 feet 6 inches and 5 feet 3 inches nauge lines from Lilydale to Yarra .Junction, and Warburton:-1, via Wandin, the committee's line; 2, via Coldstreamn, the council's line; 3, direct line as proposed by me. This latter would cost. £1321 morefor the 2 ft. 6 in. :gauge, and £1233 for the 5 feet 3 inches gauge than the Waudin (committee's line), and £4123 more for the 2 feet 6 inches gauge, and £9639 more for the 5 feet 3 inches gauge than the Cold stream (Leg. Council line). It would he 1.50 miles shorter than the Wandin line for the 2ft 6in. and 1.37 miles for the 5 fee...
A Murderer at Large [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
A Murderer at Large Murderers wandering around city and suhurls must have a sad time of it, watehed, suspected, hounded, and firi ally arrested. What a life to lead. I ear reader has it ever occurred to you that you are, by not using Bile Beans, committing murder ; not a murder that eventuates in a life heing taken for a life, but a murder of yourself, a murder conmmonly called suicide ? Stop ! Think ! What is the use of slowly killing your. self? Life is sweet, Why not partici pate in its many pleasantries ? Have you Headache, Indigestion, Consti pation, lack of physical tone, piles, influenza, rheumatism, sciatica, scrofula, lame back, dizziness, buzziness in the head, sparks before the eyes, and a host of other maladies ? If you have, SBile Beans will.be found .the specific wanting. Tlhey are no new thing, sprung up of a mushroom growth, but they have stood the test of years in all parts of the world, and to-day they stand first and unrivalled as the pharm aceutical speciality of...
ROLL CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
ROLL .CALL. The representatives of the follow ing ,societies responded to. the roll call :-Collins-street "Baptist Society; Armadale Society Bruniswick Society, Wesley Central Mission, Carlton' Wesl leyan Society, Chiina Inla.id Mission, Castleimaine Society, Convention So ciety :Evan-elisationSociety of :Aus tralia, Footscray, Williamstown; and Yarraville, Hawthorn, inti' hrcolonial Greetings from. New Sout;h:, Wales Union, South Australia .C.E . Union, .fuior in, deavour Superintendent.i Kevy Congregational Society, Koriot United Society, Lower: Ha thorn '.\Weslcyan Society, Middle Park.t' Wes-: leyan : Society, 1 orningto!,on Unitei Society, Missionuary Training ? ome Neerim South Society, Northcote Wesleyan Society, Prince of Wales Park United Society, South Yarra C.E. Society, South Preston `Wesleyan Society;, Warnamblool O.E... Union, Warracknaheal Society, W.Vycheproof Society, Yarra Glen C.E. Society, YarravillePrin itive Iethodist Society, Victorian C.E. Union, President Vi...
SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
SUNDAY. A meeting for Praise and Prayer was held at 9.45 a.m., at which various speakers added testimony of praise to the Almighty One. A united Sunday School Demonstration was held in the marquee in the afternoon, when a large attendance assembled, the greater pro portion of whom being Children: Messrs W. H. Scurr and the Rev. Mr. Field addressed those present, their re marks for the most part confined to the young, who seemed to thoughly ap preciate the versatile efforts of the lec turer. Mr. Scurr has a happy way of expressing himself in such matters, and he delivered a very able and intel ligent address, which was welcomed by his listeners. An Evangelistic meet ing was held in the marquee in the even ing, the large tent being packed to its utmost capacity. Addresses were de livered by Messrs Jas. Hood and W .H. Scurr, illustrated with anecdotes, aed the speakers were accorded a very patient hearing. The respective gentle men laid stress, upon the important work they had in view,...
MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
MONDAY.: This was a day of hleart-searching. A sunrise prayer meeting was held at 17.30, followed by a bible study at 10.30. From lto 12 was designated " The Quiet.Hour, " add in the afternnnin :a picnic was held at Doiinelly's Creek. The time was given up to mattera dif ferent." In the evening a consecration meeting was held in the marquiee. The Rev. S. C.:Kent conducted the nmeetin~, and delivered the Consecration Prnver in an impressive manner. The .Rev. J. F. Macrae, of Toorak, addressed the meeting, and much spiritual: ýonrl resulted. The seivice closed , with Auld Lang Syne.
THE YOUNG FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
THE YOUNG FOLKS. rE are pleased to informa our youthful readers that we de. vote a portion of our space to their especial benefit. We propose to have it written as much 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 aabything in. teresting and coIclse. A short anec dote would le aco-ptalle. The nmaxi mum points obtainable forthis 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 be published in the paper. All letters must be handed in not later than 12 noon on Thursday. This competition is open to all child ren under the age of 16; and contribu tions are invited. Healesville, April 7th, 98. My Dear Uncle Rube,-I think I will stop from writing you any more letters as some of my little friends are getting very jealous of me. We are having a very del...
NOT[?] ON THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
lNO' ON THE HORSE. "TInuisu" is chiefly caused by not keep. ing the heels thoroughly clean, and well washed and brushed out; and by letting the horse stand on dirty litter. It is not caused, as the farriers say, by leaving the frog to rest on the ground. Any loose shreds of the frog which are in the way, or any overgrown part which protrudes below the shoe, can be removed in the stable. Do not, therefore, let the farrier cut the frog, unless the horse has corns which require some cut duing away. CIHAPPED HEF.LS.--Take especial care to prevent these by keeping the heels thoroughly dry ; and, whenl needful, apply aintment after the clay's work. W\ash out ,'ntment before work in the morning. SllOEING.-S.c that the shoes are removed or change.l every threo or f-ur weeks, and are always the fall size of the hoof-which is continually growing-and that they are not heavier than is necessary. TIREDn O UsNW.LL.-Whhen a horse. is over-tired or unwell, he will generally take a mash of oatmeal m...
Yarra Glen, 6498. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 12 April 1898
Yarra Glen, 6 I 4 1 98. Dear Uncle lulte,-Soume time ago, whaen the Juvenile Exhibition was on in Ballarat. There war an excursion from. Yarra Glen to there. My father tonk toy sister and Ito see it. After getting out of the train, we went to see someu curiosi ties, which,.of course we--did. -As- I was walking through the refreshment roons. sacmething drsw toy attention to a little train, which would run on rails and eight persons at one tirme. As we were going to the lakes it was raining and the flowers in the gardens looked lovely. People flocked in hunulrels around the statues and statures. Dear Uncle Rule as I anm very fond of reading, I would like to win the prize. I conclude hoping to be a little more successful this time. I remain your loving nephew, TOM FARRELL. Age 10 years 8 months.