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An Exceptionally Strong Case for Bile Beans. THEY SUCCEED WHERE "THREE DOCTORS AND PATENT MEDICINES" UTTERLY FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

An Exceptionally S trong Case far Bile Beans. THEY SUCCEED \VWHERE ' THREE - DOCTORS AND _...-PATEN-T-? EDIO1-NE ' -tIf ýE1 LY FAI , Hearing of a ri.emarkable cure effec ted by Bile Beans, a Melbourne rei porter. called. on the subject, Mir., J. It. Stevens, :24 Brunning-street, - St. Kilda, in order to hear from that gentleman histown version ofdihe case. Mr. Stevens, having called his amiable wife into the drawing-room, frcvly en, tered into conversation regarding his marvellous cure. " I believe," said the reporter, " that you were suffering from severe illness previouu to: trying Bile Beans, for Biliousness".. ' Yes" replied Mr. Stevens, ".for eight weeks I.was a victim to insomnia and severe pains in the l,ack,, the arms,atnd sides. Indeed, the whole system was out of order and generally run down. Al-. though able to take food occasionally,I receivedno nourishmentfrom t. Among the many distressing symptoms of my illness, I may mention bad Ireath, diz ziness, fulness aftermeals,...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[BY ONE OF THE VISITORS.] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

S Ut ON OF THlE VISITORS.) Some members of the: -.Lilydale GCroquet and Tennis.Clubs, about 14 in 'all, journeyed to Healesville by mid day train on Wednesday last, to play the long-promised matches with -the localteams. On- arriving at the -sta tion they were warmly welcomed by the members of the clubs, and.con ducted to their pretty grounds, Great excitement was felt amongst the mem bers of tile croquet clubs, Healesville especially, as they seemed to think that Lilydale had beaten them quite often enough, and it was time to re verse the order of things. However, the enthusiastic players were defeated, the result being a complete " walk over" for the visiting team. . Very good sets were played on the tennis courts, and the play both- of ladies and gcntlemen was exceptionally brilliant, considering the heat of the day. Lilydale came off victorious, and the h)t and thirsty visitors left the court amid great applause, which was well deserved. Tea and cakes were handed round during th...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

The Case of -44 Mr. Arthur Thompson, Late President of the BAKERS' UNION. (From the "Lirer.noj lerald," Aid ug. 20th, . S VS. ) (ny srsciAL lquFtRY.) Mr. Thompson now resides in Scott-st., Liverpool. A IIrt-ld reporter met him the other day and at once entered into conversation. "I am informed that some time ago you were very ill" said our reporter. "Yes," replied he, "lmy system was all across. I Couldn't Eat my Meals, I had fancies for various sorts of foods, but when they were placed before me I couldn't eat them. The sa iva in my mouth had a most disagreeable and bitter taste. My Food Lay Heavily on my chest, and instead of digesting, fer mented, turned sour, and caused frequent belchiugs." " Was there any pain ? " "Most decided pain. The pain in my chest, arising from indigestion, was at times most excruciating. In addition to this I was troubled with griping at the pit of the stomach. Sometimes on getting up in the morning I was Totally Unable to Work, and at last I had to giv...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CORRESPONDENCE. AN APPEAL. (To the Editor Healesville Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

CORRESPONDENCE. AN APPEAL. (To the Editor Hleel.ricile Guardian.) Sin,-Wishing q Merry Christmas hnd a Happy New Year to all, both young and old, I beg to sulmit my usual appeal on behalf of the little sick and convalescent ones under my care. There are at present. 6. little patients in thle hospital at Onrltoi,, nul ]7 convnle?rrnts at. Hiriuh!ln,,, ill lo.k "Tig forward to a haippy iUthristails "time and the visit of Santa Cinaus: During the year 850 littlt. patients passed thiuu-h thle hIospital and 240 thronglh the home, who all share in the C:hriathnas rhinations. ;'1'.e surplus (if any) is used thr",ughlnut the year in 4iroviding nur-'h ner.,edl articlersof cloth ing, boots, &e., which cannot Ihe sup plied friom the gpeeral fund. There is also a daily average of about 200 uut patients, to some of cthom I would like to give a toy or Io,ok to remind them of this happy season of goodwill, especially t!,awrd children. Countri' u lions aiid gifts of all kinds will lie thank...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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PERTINENT PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

PERTINENT PARS. _By HAWvi-Ere.] A snapper-up of unconsidered trifles. What a glorious thing it:is to be a. Presbytiian'.L This was the thought that struck me. Nothing more and nofthing less thana humble Presbyterian pure and simple. And why, may my ,enrtle reader ask, why all this hubbub f Is it because the "' canny Scot.," upon w''hose features there radiates all the illuminous at the sound of the clar.sman's tongue, is a being of so .srperior a character that wakes 'tlle average person envy his nationality, or is it that he enjoys a greater free dom from the responsibilities-of every day. life? Previous to .Thursday last, the cry was going forth, "'Ior a Presby terian." It was nothing short. of a malady.-- Catching, it certainly was. Read, the follb?Wing '.dilogue: "James, the Chinaman, to a .boozed aresident of the 'township," who I "will call, Mr. X.-" Good'day !" 'Where yOU g o1 X.--(hic) ' Melbourne." James.-" You "belong Plesytelan T' X.-" Yes; where you. belong ?" Janies.-" ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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A DR. BEVAN'S AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

A DR. BEVA.N'S AT IOi3E. Dr. Bevan's house was entered by a " Bill Sykes" the other night, who got away with jewellery to the value of £50, including a valuable diamond ring handed. over to him by Mrs. Bevan- - lie can point the way to heaven-can our good friend Dr. Bevan ; lie can preach upon the ethics of the great Victoria hooun, Yet he seems to lack a something that's akin to pluck and courage. When lie's wakened from his slumbers bhy a burglar in hi4 room. With the glint of a revolver-and a firm expressed resolve-cr " To blow your blooniln' brains out if you dare to move an inch." It's not to be expected that he could' re main cclleter, And .under esah a strain ni thi;s the bravesb---. man might flinch. In years to come this story-bereft of wtorldly glory, Will he told in heaven above us by the cherubs who will sing- Hiow a parson of high station of the Cong. denomination. Lost an early chance of heaven through a woman's diamond ring. This is what appears in Ude'r the. Verandah...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. The Healesville team proceed to Marysville to-day, and on the home ground will engage-- the latter club: Play is to commence at 12 o'clock, and an interval "will- be-niade in the game to partake of -lunch. After'the match a dinner will be igiven 'at Carl son's Hotel, when it is expected.. that a very sociable reunion will take place. The day should be most" enjoyable to all those taking part, and a very inter. esting :struggle for supremacy should be witriessed. May the best team" win. Hehlesville will be selected:from the following players : :- J.. Baird, :E. M. Baird, J. 3J.; George, E. Sweedey, 3. Lindupp,.J. Somith, A.: M?.Rtie M'Callum, J. Adams,- T. Phillipsf iA. Ilancock, E. Paine. '

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Close Season for Game. &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

alore S =as for CIa , =$ . Tun Wsloi.g YTAR ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, ?6o indigenous to Australia. and their produce (Including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer. epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-lilrds, magpies, magpie : larks owls, partridges, pheas.;nts?.. As, podargue or 'inopokes; -.. '' titlern stone plorer or curlcw, *aallows, warblers, white swans, wrns .. Ju?x 14 To DECc?MElR 20 : Black swan;emu, willgeese of all kinds.. A?VsrU I To.t'EnRtUARr 28 : Bronze-winged or, other wild pigeons. quail. -AucLcsr l. to Dr.cFcBEn 20. All birds knowa as cranes, such as heroius, egrets, &c. ; all honey-eators~except wattle' birds .and leather-heads ; all kingfishers other than the laughing jackass ; all merm hers 4,f the "granculus family ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoo,, coach-whip-bird, cuckoos. gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all 'ther memhlers of'the rail fam...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CRICKET CHATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

CRICKET CHATTER   THEY SAY--     That Upper Yarra are going to play Coranderrk at the station to-day.. That Healeaville will very likely allow Marysville to beat them. That Lacey or Randall will be un able to go. That there will be some fresh blood in the team to-day. That the Marysville fellows bowl too fast. That the Ranji cricket balls are not much good. That the Healesville players are to have a dinner tendered them this even ing. What sort ! That " They Won't Get Home Till Morning." That each batsman should have 10 minutes when practising. That it is "fair' dinkum" that every member of the club should see that this is observed.   That it is all right batting and bowling. . That those members who go down to practise should wait until every player has had an innings. That dinners are a luxury, especially when they are to be had "on the nod."   That the match with Marysville is looked forward to with much interest. T...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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TENNIS. HEALESVILLE v. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

TENNIS. - HEALESVILLE v. LILYDALE. The Lilydale Tennis". Club paid- a visit to Healesville on Wednesday; and played the local, club.-. The after noon was beautifully:.adapted forsiuch= exhilarating sport, and needless to:-say the contest was much enjoyed by-those par'ticipaiting' in the ?airidiui gamnes as: well as by those who attended and were interested in the final: result. The contests were in every instance fraught with more than ordihary ex citement,- as the .victotiies had to be fought out vigorously.- The visiting comhination proved their superiority by 63 to 56 games, or three rubbers to one, but the local club sorely. missed the services of Miss M'Gretton, who was laid up 'with, an illness.- The following are the results of the play: Messrs. Baird and Go.orge v;. Messrs. Syme aid Ililne, 3-6, 6-5; 0--4. - Dr. Baird "and Miss "R. Green , Dr. Syme and Miss E Moroney;''---6," 6-3, 4-6. Mr. George and: Miss Hancock v, Mr. Hutton and Miss Hutchinson, 4-6, 3-6, .5-6. i Misses' ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

THE TURF. . "Entries willclose on Monday?. 9tf -December; at M'ager'a Hojel But cq street, a4, 5 p.m. and with. F_)he, .r - tary, Yarra Glen, at 8 p.nm. for: the: annual races to he.held at Yarra .Glen oin Boxing Day. ~ominations are to be in the hands of Mr. Mayger, of the Victoria,Hotel, Bourke-street, or Mr. W. J.; iarley, Nicholson-street, Melbourne,: for the race meeting .to. be:. held on. New Year's Day._

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

CYCLING NOTES. --o The finest spectacles possile were the grand stands of the Melbourne Cricket Ground when the hands of the clock over the pavilion pointed to four o'clock on Saturday. afternoon last. In the minds of many present there arose a curious feeling of surprise that this could he a bicycle race at which they were asoiting. Was not this the famous cricket ground, and before thenl the classi: award s here the chaupions of the leather and the willow were once able. to draw large throngs to witness their powers? But did they ever draw such a throng as this? We believe not. And -now.-, about the favourites. Those gentlemen who sit on their airy thrones and enjoy for a short season the adulation of the multitude are having a I,ad time just at present. Walne's case proves to us that fifteen days is long enough to dethrone a cy cling king and re establish him in all his former popularity. On Saturday. this brilliant rider showed, his disap proval of the tickle multitude by re fus...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

HEALESVILLE BAKERY. c M. JURY B EGS to inforll the residenllts of IIelalsville, Nnrethlinng, Buaxton, lMarysville, and surroulrding districts, that Ie has taken the 1 I - Of CMr.' N' Ci;?t;n±n;. And u:.lr tth iln:na:;eLient of Mrs. E :01.$:T S, h.!:lS .by hcivi:ity and . ttlti:'i ,n to buo ih,.-s to l:uil ia ifair sha're of ith ir pal i ge. STone but the best class of Goods KEPT. lst. Dirai.: (white and maIll) in tihe disti,.t. 2aterin-l antd S:I all Goodlls a Fprcialy. Pleaes unto the address. thristen.,n's Old E.,talli.- e Ell iness.. -~ aý" un:irrlt ·e .,noon su n ýBna - tirt- .. `:::. E. 1203OEuTS. A hootmakero's Odo. IF o- ,?,r IT~r l shoullll want repairing, Then 1d, ,oL fail to all A t W . .. i lui;.l.;:,". il,,spital, :Next t.. the Shire hall. Thlnnia h oIi l" II aL ,lrt tIhnet in thile town. Te lrl Ie does1111 iis slrprising I 's intt s 1,e hlue.. wel k hlu ap antid well, All keeps on advcrtising. }For iiimany tke thir oiols to himi, And sa1ve IheIselves nhliii trouble, io ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

SALE. :SL. a Sr, A 1 V[ U S L E ALL PREVIQUS SALE ECLIPSED, OUR TWELFTH ANNUA' Stocktaking Sale. 3. :MOREY & C • BEEHIVE :STORES, A "SERIES OF GREAT BAR-: GAINS COMMENGING FRIDA? , JUL: 18th, 1398, For One MIonth.. Order?s by: Post, will .. receive ' our Special Carte. MLillinery ! Millinery I BARGAIN S UNRIVALI.DE D. J ACKETS, CAPES, , ULSTERS.. REMNANTS. R EMLNANI's. IDRESSUiAKING AT -SALE P)RICES. SPECIAL VALUE IN o-n's Boys' and Touths' 0C1thina. I?.PRICES UNPARALLELED. Dress Goods Velveteens, P'lannleletv1s3, Flannels, Calicoes, Shirtings, Sheetings, Art Muslins, Lace Curtains. BOOTS. BOOTS LARGEST STOCK IN THE DISTRICT. GREAT .'. REDUCTIONS Pull Assorted Stock in all D,'partments. GROCERY. CROCEERT, Glassware, Furniture, and IRON"MONGERT. :0: AGENCIES : Incandescenat Gas Light, Royal :In surance Coy., Singer's Sewing Ma chines, Salvitis for. HIlorses and Cattle, Walker'si Organic \la.ure,' By!the, Irvine and Binriey's Bone D'iustand Superphosphate,: Equita.,le Life. As...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

.----ENERALINE WS. At the local court of petty sessions on Ti rsdti 'last, before Dr. J. C. Baird, J.P., Charlotte Lavinia De Morton sued her hdsband, Joseph Antony De Morton, for leaving. her ,without sillicient means of- iaine~iane..- .There was also another complaint. made that the defendant did leave ,his child, Helene Maud De Morton, without sufficient means of support. Mr.: G. Day appeared for the complainant, but as there "ivas only one J.P. present the ease was adjourned, for a month. There was also other business to be conducted, but on citcount of there being only one presiding justice the- court was adjourned. :On Wednesday morning. His Excel lency, Lady Brassey, and suite arrived ini Hcalesville by special train.. -The gubher natorial -party rode out to Mallcson's, where . they inspected the surroundings. The servants and giroomk attached to the distinguished guests were driven out in vehicles, and -tlie return journey to Mel bourne was coummenced shortly before 5 o'cloc...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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The Guardian. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 December 1898

-_ ~ij Bl)uirt it. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. . q SA TURiSY Y; DECEMBER 17, 1898. :' THE poor aninaeedy are always .with, f us,'; andi though -we are stepping on" to the threshdld' of aniother glorious c Christmastide, with its evergreen and joyous ?associations, there strikes on C our ear tile woeful and piteous appeal a of the afflicted and= poverty-stricken, c touching a chord in` our beings, sad- v dening the knowledge that whilst. so miany can. share thde comforts anrid pleasures which a bountiful allotment of this world's good enahbles them to do, others, less fortunate, are denied such blessed privileges, and above the din of mirth and jollity which heralds the approach .of t!le festive season, comes the cry. for help and succor, the plaintive.-wail, of the sick and. dis tressed, upon whose feeble frames the unkind hand of misfortulne has traced. lines of suffering and care. Perhars at no other time than the present are we more prone to listen to the appeals for assistanice...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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EDUCATE THE GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

EDUCIATE THE GIRLS. There is a delusion that, with most men,. ignorance is woman's greatest charm. A man may not like his wife or his sister to display mo-e know. ledge` than he himself has, but every man ddes like intellectual sympathy. -The most coriservative man's ideaLof wodman.requires above all that she be charming ;- that she should please; and there is something absurd in the notion that education will interfere with this ideal. But a girl's education is not thrown away if she should choose to quietly settle down after graduation to be the guide of a home circle. She may be a greater benefac tor than one who becomes famous through scientific discovery. The study and practical care of the needs and connforts of a home and the education of children is the highest and grandest opportunlity yet afforded to woman. The world may take care of itself, but the home can not. Let the girl grow naturally, as we do the boy, and give her the l,enefit of the broadening in fluence of public...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

1SEFUL HIINTS. Milk is an excellent substitute for soap or soda when washing cruckery. It softens the water and prevents the hands becoming grained and rough. To get rid of cockroaches, mix together equal parts of plaster of Paris' and common flour in a dry state, and lay this about .the floor in places they are knownz to infest at night. To clean gloves, get some painters' henzine, put the gloves on and dip them in the henzine, rub as if washing your hands, then dry .them with a clean cloth (rubbing the one way), and hang in the shade; when 'quite dry pull them out ahid they ivill be like new. In making salad. never cnte the lettuce, wipe well with a soft cloth and tear eachl leaf spart.: Beef tea will not prove so monoto. nous to an invalid if a different flavouring he used each time, such as clove, celery, or lemon. To clean white straw hats, rub them with half a lemon dipped in flowers of sulphur; dry in the shade. Another way is to get a brush and dip it ini tartaric acid and r...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CHRISTMAS HILL. December 21. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

FROM OUR CORRESPONDENE. December 21. The weather is very delightful, and there is every prospect of a pleasatif Christmas time. The crops in this district are very satisfactory, owing to the seasonable rains. -Fruit .however, i -n'ot'" sa'. promising.. . . Foxes are increasing in this locality; and dnuing list-iveek 'ionie four were killed; The other etening a resident lost three ducks and the saiile number of hens by the depredations of these four-footed animals. It is generally understood that Mr; Ebbs, of the Church of England here, is looking for a change early in the year. The promoters of the- proposed garden fete don't seem to he movining in the" matter, as I hear nothing in con nection with it iAow.

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ARE SINGLE MEN TO BE ENVIED? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

ARE SINGLE MEN TO BE E ? When a hen-pecked married- man sees a jovial bachelor lounging at his club or rollicking iti his 'cosy chambers, with everything spic and span about him, he feels that a i,achlelor gets the best of lift-, and is a creature to he en vied. The hachelor has no one to think of but himself, his pleasures and conuforts. 'This may seem delightful to the man who is obliged to be always thinking and working for others, but it is not an unmixed blessing, foi the trouble and thought hestowed'he is, or ought to he, repaid with love, which is the moat precious possession a man can have. The bachelor has to, consider. for himself alone, he forgets to think of anyone else, and grows selfish and lonely. He has no delight in coming home to his diggings; there are no faces brightening at his return, no musical voices to bid him welcome, or loving fingers to do anything for him. If he is ill nobody minds much; his servants attend him, the doctor pays a hurried viit, .and, the ...

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