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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 February 1894
Grazing Paddocks= .:; ;` H .OiRSES arid CATTIE taken..irn to Graze at YARRA .GRAN GE Splndid .Grass Paddocks. - L .d for Sale. IMELBOURNE AND= -METROPO ..:LITAN BO.ARD, OF ..WORKS.. Leasing Land at. Gracedal e. ETLNDE.IS ere inviteri.for Leasng 'f'dr~a * : pc 'od of two years ternun?Ihrb .six Ionthsiootice aitt any tiniei the whofc or --anyv of' the :followiin ;..?Lt?.?s. on. tle. Coranderrk Creekl i "ti'le :Parish bf Grace dale:-' . -Crown allotnt.nt 44Atconntaining about" :.282 acres, wi.th .houe alrealy .ereeted thereoni:. ,Crpwn Allotment 44, 'oohtaining about' " 183 acres.: Crown Allorient 44c, containing about ' 77 acres. Crown Allotment 45A and.45iiontaining yalohnut3.16 acres,. withwllise Ialready .' grected thereo. :.(ldAidverthii.'e) :Cof?litiohiidof eiasiie k may' be inspecited, and all information :obtairied,at the oficese of the-Boarid, ".Hailto," 501- Collins Street, .Melboiriie,and 7at .the' resident:? of .the Boards'-- caretaker,: Mr ' R'Aholnilj St. Leonard's road, ...
HEALESVILLE V. MARYSVILLE AND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
HEALESVILLt V. MARYSVILLE"AD - DISTRICT: :,The annual mrtch between the-above clubs 'teok °place: on Saturday-labiat, .. Nirb;tbong, and proved to be the, -qst enjoyable trip of thbd season. . Te,tam engaged Mrs. Dalys 'drag, whirch a, as" draw.n by four spanking .bays, and '-. were driven by Mr. A. Taylor-in a?. masterly style, who got a start.about half past ten. The .day was all that could be. desired for a drive through• -themountains, note a cloud to be seen in the ky k .Upon .arriving at Narbe thong; the Healesvillites madearrange,... ments with Mr. Rpche, the proprietor of- the -Narbathong- motel; to: supply a dinner for the Marysville team and themselves, which he did in excellent style, considering thie short notice which he receiFe~? Ater supplying te iniibrj man the cricketers adjournid to the ground to try' conclusions. " en, wh? won the toss from W Barton, the skipper of the& arysville team; decided to' bat, but very poor form was shown by ::the visitors with th...
STEEL'S CREEK V. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
STEEL'S CREEK Y. YARRA GLEN. This'match was commenced at Steel's Creek on Saturday last, and appears likely td be"a tight contest. The local skipper won the toss, and decidedi to handle the willow. The innings closed for,72 runs, J. Wilson carrying ont his bat for a well-earned 31, which he mande by good cricket, whilst Jenkins'also pla~ed 'wiell' for 10: These were the only players who ireached doubie'igares for Steel's Creek: ' Spear and Basset bldwled well for the Glen, especially the former, who secured 6 wickets for the small total of 24."' The Gleniths had reached 48 at the call of time 'for the loss of three wickets, Spears cottribut ing half the number, and J... Wi;son 18, not out, in their usual ,good style. The match will be continued to-morrow: Appended are the results:- .. STFEL'S' CORE.-First Inninags:' A. Hubbard, b Spear ... 0.... Edhouse, run out ..:. ... 2 Jenkins, c J. Wilsohr b Bassett ' .. - 10 Wilson, not out... t ... . .. 31' Conradi, b Bassett ... . ,.1 W. Hub...
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
Sracesof Note. ', + I - t S...Feraisaw, Black Spur, Stevenson " Fillsi 1 ,fathinna' Falls, Conidon.; Falls, Malledn's Look-out, Mount Juliet, Mount Riddell, t. Mount Mondnj Mount StJ Lenoard, Conait ý', derrk RbodginaI station,, andiDon River iLCVeT
Law. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
' Baiiiuk -Central 1 Police Magistrate-Major George i?F Bartrop. Sits every third ThuiSdtl y in the S:snoatti. S"Justices of the Peace- E .H.' Caiiieron, I ML.L.A,.D. Crichtnn, J.,Esin' Jno.Girein, B E. Kidney, J..C. Steel, 'E.Nichols, ai'd J. -I .. Keppel (president of.shire).' :. ' ! -Session-Thhiirsday, at 10 a.m' ' i S"'Cler' of Coiirt--Daniel Berriiman.-' . ... .. . ... . . . ". . . . L ·',
Healesville Shire, [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
=' -ealesvifle Shire. ",,,, *Cnnstit'ited'i'!a oshire, '30thi Septemlier, 1id1887. .'-Area=-200 square miles, ::Popula , wn 1225; ratepiverson roll,i292. ; An ganual value ,£P 0'? t;.rate, is in A.; lie ý~itieue, : £~ "900 . ." ,:! ;President'of Slire= Jno; 31. Kleppel. `, * ci:: r· - Couneillors. t",Thns.,Bnrton R... Retires Aug,,,1894 Cliarlei Wetlker , _ ,, 1894 "~. ~ 1894 :o '1Edxj,;nc1 J Hall, 189!5 --Thiios.'Cleuxients 18 :;,' ::; "` ., 1895 Jnlon Green .P3195 Johnhii Hll:n in'l 1896: J John \I "Keppel ""'.'4 :., 1896 SXlwarl Nichols ,: ~ r.' 1896 -'The Cllunccil mneete attuDra,:: Haill on the'· 'last lfiaidcy in: the u'itntla Officers Siere4(ar. enhlednor; anliuer: and fiin-pctr of inisiiu4es-Clhas. 1l, Mele'cltler, 1.F neeer_-Alei. Roader4, CE. _~Health eflicer-J. C. BSaird, MI.B.B.S, ...Tretsurer.--Jno Cornish. Ds" registrars-Josephx Hall . Hetlez tiiIe Ileaeiy Iiohinsoni, 1tir svil d ,e
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
The strictest examiner may try every test of touch 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 then to.stand interminable and rough wear, which would ruin real velvets at four times.the price. For Costumes adTridTrnmings it is unequalled, and iii-fact :for: all purposes in which Silk Velvet niay be jused we specially recom mend the; "LOUIS"iVELVETEEN. Every yard of genuine bears the'namnc of " Louis." May be had from all Drapers throughout- the Colonies, most of..iwhom will send patterns.Posr PRaS.On ap. plication;. • " ... '- i . ., . _ - :: I. WERWElll SEWING MACHINES. WRINGER 1f4E SWEET APSBURG PIANOS, - -o • APSBURG O-RGANS PERAMBULATORS, CASHB UOR 3 . AT ANY OF THE. A ow ns ERTHEIl ARMONIIJMS W.ERTHE I Sewing MachineDeplts. ats, Mice, Native 2 - I the SpoL Cats, Flying F es,, z For TesmntaflO-" ' Ihbli ts, Small - seieandbil Sand. terprof kiniso...
Sunday Excursion Trains. DOWN: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
.. Sunday RExcirsion Trains. 1 S . . Dow : ' . " ' Prin's Bri , dep... ... :11 0 nam Healesville.'arr.- 1 ..... ... 1.0 pin Henleville, ?ep . . ' 6. pin Prince's Bridge, -arr . ... 90 iO- pn Fares;--First class return, s : .second; class return, 2s.. Children, under 4 years, free; over 4 and under 12, half fare.: i "Tliese'ticke'ts will 'ibeailable for, re turn by 6.30 train.only. * . ,
Railway Time Table. HEALESVILLE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
Rlajlwjiy Timic T-ible. H.EaL'sPirLe- TO M1f LBOUR\ E. Hlealea,'dep 7:0 ant, 410.35am, 7:50 'am Mtelb, arr 9A4 un t1 la pn 10.3 ,,pm : MFLDLOUinE 10 HFALE'ri: LEi Mfeli, diep 7:0, ani '12.15 pm i;5.12 pm' Heales.arr 9:30 amn 12130 pmn r"'7:191p'my Faires .-Singje : First~clats.-7s.;, secbnd class, 4s.7d. Hetern :..First~class, lOd Od ; second cliass, 7s.. ' ,. .!
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
HealesVille Post:and" Telegraph ... .. Office. Post office open from .9 .,n. to 6 p.v.: Telegraph, office open from 8.30 n.m. to 8 pl.m. ;P offic r'aiis banik l'pen froni 10 l:in to 3 ii ;: Saturday 1 from 10 a.mi t0'12 n'6n.: - ' Mails elise for1', ::.: I Melbourne " - 45 am ;. ,: _-1and [ - 10.15 :in;..=-dilly. m Intermediate 7.15 pmin Marysville ,..: ,". ; - o :!0 "' , n anil ..'. ... 9.30 am daily 'iabethong!1' ..&lt; r , ,,Arrive from-,i Melbourne;. &.:.-9.40 amh 2.40-pimi:30 pnmi l . hdadily :, ~ ~. io d 1 .r" :Marysville .i) -. o and i. ....17 pmdail ly Narieteng J MISS FYFE . Postmistress. :lllq; > ( 'J 'J tll "l:] ! : .. .. .... . i' ll
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
}~:, 3ý' .1.iLjrysvillea. ýArartj .A picturesquA pjYtail, township on ,tllx Stevensoni Rivar 62 miles east of Mel bir,untr ilt drect to flea lesvil le; thenicc (laily mouaIr tlie'roadtp·Iasing overde' f;ur- famued. Black Spur; Tlie sceneryv at Matrys' :ills is e'strenoely prett3y the Stevenson. 'Fallsuie twvo'ixiifesdintaunt, nnd +'Toniihnyrs I3end" ;and; Ctuionnrlunrl C!et"k aianre flC r r. Lt iios two goad hoteIs, staIte cho polic. staizonlr anid tu4 stores.. ''The disttict' is uiizfeI'y r'izinf. i'rtii cOn'meeied! with Nie-= Iletliynt;. an l j~euleyiilei,by,.i-,tel '&lt;&lt;ý"fitl .i7.. .:} t;. trr} Ali }:.. :lat. ':.
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
th` f p ,Apostl township onthe Acheron River. Saste of Melbourne- It has a large sdf 0'?o'ýstore, and 'stiate sichool. The district a '2 ~ 1:p1 jaol "and agricultural; with several oI qg? 'd farms. A cross-country postal ser: qu Jsvie:.ia, u~naintained with Maryisville d?nd b a·,dAIlexaadr.i,by, way of Buxton ,tri:weekly. J. Sherwill, postmaster. Population, 50.
HEALESVILLE BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
"HEALE8 VILLEBAND -OF IIOPE. The monthly re-union in connection with~he Healesville Band of Hope took place in the.?nited;.Methodist Church on Friday.evening last, and proved one of :the most pleasant. and successful gatherings: held under the auspices of this institution, a large, number of ,members and visitors being present. O?iO. ing. ito the' indisposition of 'the president, the -Rev.: F.' H; Gibbs, the Rev. J. Hall' kindly presided, and after a neat and `very interesting address he introduced thie followring11ladies and gentlemen, who' favored the meeting vith songs, recitations, &dic: Miss Han= cock, song,' rendered in this youngjlady's .customar;y excelle nt style, 'and wwhieh was ~ very much appreciated: Master .R Hogben, recitation; given in?a really credita?le mannerE Mrs Alexailde the irendered with excellent effect a very pretty'song 'entitled- "Rest," and received well-nmerited "appreciation After the rendering, of "The Better Lanid" by Miss Burnside, in this y...
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
S:elealesvilleWateir Trust: i i ..CrinstitliteLa10thlJanuary,;1890. ' Coar .prising portion,nf HEeales?ille Shire... Fobr supplying. Healesville township anpdi pa'rt 'of the' parili' of 'Gricedale. Podutition suppliedr,:o00. , '.-',: " ' . " . ! . :.Conunissioners-All the:inmemers of the Shir. Council. ,E..I. Hall, Chairnian. E,.E H. C.'ier;on, 'I.L.A., Governeiinte nooni nee : iSecretary Inal 'crllector-Clhs. H?iAle rnder.., Ti't'reasurer-.lJno .rnish.:? Tlh,water rate u ls, in, the £, based onn, the rinircip l valuiatinn of proper.t rated If h iiiteitrd 9d?9 per 1000 gals." '
Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
S narbethong. . A pretty postal liamulet situated at the font of the Black Spuir,6o'Fisher's Creek •53 ltiles east of lMelbourne. :'Rail direct: ito,,Healesville, thence. by coach I!n;ile's.. ,It hasIli good hotel, and is. connected wvith Healesville by.telephline." ms WViliha'us, posti?stresds..; P'pulatiini 20.
CURIOUS POSTAL ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894
CURIOUS POSTAL ROMANCE. c A curious case concerning the owner ship ofijetters in, the post-office has re cently boccurred in California. . A lady wrote to her lover, stamping the letter for special delivery, and writing on the outside of the envelope:-" Do not deliver to anyone except the 'person addressed, and him only in person." This seemed rather odd to the receiving postmaster; .but he acted accordingly, and as the gentleman was, absent and undiscoverable, the letter was returned to the sending office, where it remained uncalled for by the writer. One, day the lady who posted' the letter met the gentleman to whom it was directed by appointment, and they had a lovers' quarrel, which ended in the lady shoot ing the gentleman dead. Hearing of the letter, the relations of the deceased sought to obtain possession of it, as it was still in the custody of the postoffice to which it had been returned; but the postmaster refused to give it up, and the case was referred to the head posta...