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IRON PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

, IRON PAPER. . n .the: great Exhibition of 1851 a specimen of: iron:.paper was exhibited. :Imrnediately,a lively competitioli en sued among ironmasters as to.the thin iiess to which ,cold, iron could be rolled.. . * Oneo ironmaster rolled,-sheets the average thickness. eof', which- was .,the. Sl1800th part of antlinch.: .In other ;.words;" 1,800 sheets of,. his .iron, piled one upon .the other would only. measure one inch in thickness.: :F:. SThe wonderful fineness of this work may he more reaidily understood when it is rememb.ered.tha? .1,200 sheets of thinnest tissue paper measure a fraction over. an inch. These wionderful iro sheets were per fectly'smooth and easy to w'rite upon' notwithstanihng the fact that they were porous when eld up in a strong light: . ? . ..

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

..,Wated Zmeodiately. F.URNISHED HOUSE, Four Rooms at -! leist' 'in' Healeville. 'Appl;i to night at latest to' ' '- ' :: G. S. MATTHEWS, Agent. -:To Sell or L.et'? - 'A |HOUSE, Fruit Garden, 15 Acres of 2. Land,.one mile front, Narbethnng Post-office: Apply,-H. BALDWIN, Nar bethong, or WM. CARTER, Healeaville. Ga ' ing raddocks?. H ORSES and CATTLE 'taken in" to. Gratie ' at'' YARRA GRANGE. Splendid Grass Paddocks. L and for Sale. rMELBOURNE AND METROPO LITAN BOARD OF WORKS. Leasing Land at Gracedale. TENDERS are invited for Leasing for a period of two -years, terminable by six months notice at any time, the whole or any of .the followipg areas on the Coranderrk .Ceek, in the Parish of, Grace dale :-? " Crown 'allotment. 44A, containring about • 282'acres, with housealreadyerected thereon.: Crown Allotment 44a, containing about" " .183 acres.. Crown Allotment 44c, containing about 77 acres; Crown Allotment 45A and 45a,;ontaining about 316 acreswithl house already erecTed thereon. -...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1894. (Before Mr. John Green and Dr. Kilpatrick, J.'sP.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

HEALESVILLEiPOLICE COURT. THURSDAY. FERR?UARY. 22, 1894. (Before. :Mr.. Joh'n Green and Dr: . Kilpatrick, J.'sP.) James. Clifford W as proceeded against on two separate i charges one with` using obscene latiuage, and -the other with' riotous behavior at, Narhethon .on the 10th and l.th August, 1893. Senior:Constable. Hocking .. prose cuted; and Mr. Ebiworth defended the prisoner. " 4 . The charge. of-using obscene, lar g uage was proceeded' with first-. Senior-Constable .. Hocking: having opened the case,-e calldd :. Miss O'Shanasisy who -deposed a I am an assistanita_ the :lNarheth-one Hotel, and`wa Ie p in "charel durin'g the absence of, Mit and ;Mrs. ?Rcle in Melbourne duriujige noiDnthof Au ust last year -. .'Recogiise: thie' prisoner. He came t tlihe hotel about- the .10th August las?.' H?`v-as.so-ber h-ien~ he came t: the hotel ut 3 ini the-efte-r' :noon. He hii' a good few drinks duri ing the. afterngopiand -everng. .-Hc used som, shockding+language, but as it was so disgust;...

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PLAIN SPEAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

_- . PLAIN' SPEAKING.-:..~ At a public meeting held at Williarns toini the other day oni the arity of work .question, r. ?Finlay, one of the speakers-is, repo red to havers that he was of opinionthat the distreai had been brought about .by the mIall administration 'of the country anld by extra ?agant government TleVi p-" had placed in position men who'were i'called financiers; but who'really de ,sered to b'ecall&ed frauds and thieves who had misused and misappropated the~hard earned savings of the peopler The" policy of the Gillies Gonvrnment ,seemed?to be' borro.w, boom and burst" the policy of the present Gov?r;iment `seemed to -be "babble bounce} and bunkum.' Sydney , Siit, liaa said that theb s equliipment for.life was thiat a., man i should hbav e aýstron"_ ' tomach 'and' a' hatdheart'so"that he could digest' everything and feel for nothing: 'That; he 'thought, applied with m'neih force to; the "Premier, who was going 'about the countrry feasting, and caring- little, fo...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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OUTLINES OF A NEW DOCTRINE. AS PROPOUNDED BY CARL MARX, PROUDON, FOURIER, BEBEL, AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

OUTLINES OF A NEW DO TRIE. " ; AS .POPOUNDED' Y1W CARL M'ARX,; PROU' DO?, ?0URIEBR, BBE?t??AD OT ES. :. The follwihg!is traidslated from the French 'by Mr. A. Gilyard, of this town, for T?ras GU iAi ? ' This doctrine seeks to shorten the hours.of labor, to raise wag s,'to lessen imposts; aso, it seks to?i?.prove the re-distribution of capital;to check"thie increase of soldiers and armaments iti Allti iiseild nation, o aise 'the: rcial statt or) women- maur'itiate' a system oif insuiahce for the workmian' a ignst old age; and other matters. .. When it is stated :that' upwards of one,hundreed mlllio of Qpopl?e i 1at; ,,ag tated by this doctrine. it mistt possess some'stroig pdiiiti d iirst~ i Among the things it has accomplished are the erectioa . of .o'liegesby working men for working men, and'attended by great numbers of students.., Thedoctrine, hiasalso'niumbers of ne.wspapers a'dvo mi~g,.s a eause I .... delt'se??-,i.?:.de claration oft; :principles Coowbe ou jnrier a gd.. e -lv a...

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Electoral Registrars, [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

.P tforay RegiriLtr*TS4 ~?..:G. V\T.-Furrnston,r'rFIIaleirille;; "no:; .u 'leppel,.-Marpysville ; Jno Ewart, Launch -ing Place.

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CRICKET. TROPHY COMPETITION. HEALESVILLE v. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

: . TROPHY, COMPETITION. -?: ALESVILLE V. LILYDALE. .. A team from the local club proceeded e byrailt t i?ilydale on Saturday last tod fulll thhir engagement in the trophy, co ptition,/ Owing to a number of playing.'o mehliers determining upon availing themselves of the trip to I Narbethong on the same day to play the < annual match with;the cricketers of.the. - district, and which. is always looked i upon as the most enjoyable outing of the season, the team which went to ILilydale did -not by any 'nmeans: re present the strength of the club, al though it was augmented by some really good players`, oe ife icilaily t be mentioned' Gale' wh6 showed a coni ';!ete mastery- of the bat, as he 1played a brilliant innings without giving a chance the whole time, Hutton, the Lilydale' captain,' having woan' the "toss from. Dr. Baird, sent his men first to the I wickets,- and as will be seen 'by the score, the Healesville men' were treated to some "leather-hunting.," The fieldnig o ...

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SABBATH OBSERVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

SABBATH OBSERViNCE. [B?r?MWS] ] SThey' Sabbath observan question can'be viewed l:frnor variori points of view, anl the vital questio is, which is the correct:.,pointlof ý w. c-hureti~hag \ eoome .very iuch sec - larized, and some people mbht say that as a compensation the wrld has be come more religious. I deny that the latter half of the nineteenth is more religious than the eighteenth century. OW:?ngto the greaterspread of cheap national schools, and a ~ cheap press, people read more, and s part of that reading is connected withlthe Bible.. But religion does not depend on the quantity or variety of our reading. Re licion is nearly wholly i?.a' thing'"of quality, proved .solely by the quality of the life lived, by the professor: of rd ligion. - Th' e wli;ole /quetion = of, the propoer celebration of the Sabbath depends bon our conscientious, sincere definition of the word "! holy." Is it holy to travel in a train on the Lord's Day, to .talk ion purely secular subjects, to!sing seou...

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Industries, [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

-". ... *1I · SFruit ind hop growizg andxl tiiberpcut 1[ (ing- r

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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1894. Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

Local & General News, The ordinary . monthly meeting of the local Shire Council will, he held. on. 'Monday next,. As will be seen, by advertisement in another coluimn'tenders are invited tip till 1i o'clock on Friday niext, at the offices of the Melbourne arid Metropoli tan Board of Works, "Railto;" 501" Colliils Street, Melbourne, for leasing' for a period of two years, terminable by, six Inmoths' notice at any time, "several allotments of land on the Coranderik Creek. in the Parish of Gracedale. A concert was given in the Methlo dist Church, in aid of .the funds of the same, on Saturday night. The p0o ceedingsaIere of the most pleasant kind, and' it was evident that the kind friends who had tendered their services, liad "co6 to do .-as indeed they always. do-their best.' The ' programme showed that' a duett was to be given'by Miss'R. Green and :Mr. Ghee, and it is'needless to say that this was appreciated by 'the' audience.. Mr. Alexander followed: and sang.-" An ohored" v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

STOREKEEPER. UEALESVILLE, First-ClAss Stock .. . Crockery,. Grocery, The Best quality of Bread in the District.! - Come and See, and Judge for Yourself. E .. AL ES I-L " S RI?. ;. 0oo aloe WAREHOUSE, NIcuorson STREET, HEALESVILLE (Next Post Office). ,., . STATIONER, Haberdasher and Tobacooriist, "" PECFI LLYT nimates that hie has always in stock every requisit neces sary to be found in a-well-conducted busi-: ness of this kind. 'anoy Goods, Tobacco'& Cigars, ., Soaps s Poerfumery, School R?iqisites, Statio~ery, all' kinds, English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Delivered JAB . -- - (JA S 3AULS PRESERVING JA3S SJARS Poste nr : JAOSe Delivered;-g;e6. P er D ozen, r"I?R? . OAGENT SO N. T POULTON & OWEN'S c#OMIEPATHIC MEDICINES. Every Description of PAT ENT; MEDICINES . Keipt in stock. House, Land. Estate, Commission Loans Negotiated, Rents Collected, &o. The Healesville Guardian. Podoie a Timber Xerchatns, E+l.eliedL?LE?, Per zen ..-.......A........ .... ....

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Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

'.I· rpiett.y ni?i;icipal ?tow?iship, w~ith= ot amd~g legraphb and mney-order office, nd, savinga bank, situated at the, junction of S 'tie Granebure rnd"'Maraondah rivers, 391 S"inies east of Melbourne. ' Rail directwith' :- - Mlhbourne, Heilec'ille beineg the teriirinus: -It has'three -large first-.cliss hotels arid a • iar-e temperance hotel Gracedlie House, . "eI handaome summuer resort, is'sitiiated fnear 0- .the foot of Mount Juliet, about three miriles ,o .from the railway station?. 'There are a fine " "tate school, four churches, branch of lthe • *Colonial Bank; court house, police"station, O ."mechanics' institute aniid' free 'library,ra m ,ew spaper (THE HEALESVILLie GUARDIAaN); a number of stores and .other places of 4 -business. Exteneiveirecreation grounds, ,s!l;, aiked;,improved, andl fenced ,nalso beau lt ,tiful lawn.tennis court and bowling green. ,enatnrout and lilackfisli may be cau?ht;in"the I ,Eriver:neai: Healesville, and good shooting a few miles out. The distr...

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THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

Yi +tFHQýE EýEALESVILLE SuREIIRE , o:!"n uný ·.: .<:I)IIECT/IKY: .:sý :.: ý i 4 CiHigit s-"=Arweiiie"'rnnfd Evelvrf. P.EarisIies Buiton. Glenwatts, Narhetlhong n",tirStaven .nnr acid part of: Gracedale ,and i 1 " ' Provine-South.-asterfl -n Meitnher.s of Coti n -l Unin .lififs BLIfhrli rc)o Ja4.Bucrlhaua t an'l]E Sb Doroh on; G.ILDi 4LIElectoral Distiict'-EveIyn. DiVri lion 'x'~' HealeavillI 'legii ber'of AssetitbIy-E,, 1: Cameron. ...mw n. %" ,., . -,?"glectnrl ' DIetorii t=..n! ese Dinision -i!IJ' M~eryivilleyv I te Meiuber. (f-A iseziv-?1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

0j I M ir .i. .i., ri -· ýýý yýý, r["// ti 5. CJJ LLEN. 1Proprietor.c PrnprietAHi respjettf4iv intimates ?J :.c thiat Vi~ltor. 'hnd ;'To,.rits yývi1I;ýnd .1Kesjfilfkgnndl and comlafort;Lble acnukupdki-( aLioZ a Idis old- c.t-ib!zsbed hiflrt. may' d j. ill I I- 7 'i i 't .S1-U .·'i:!'!,-rrCl ... . i-,Zý..jý^'Irls` y :Y:"$idt:" :I' =',71`e Be st Brands. Oi *hariges M1oderate., StabI~,zg, Free. JOB PRINTING. 1'Js AT THE Ss. , ii I .I . " ::ii r i i, j GUARDIAN OFFICE.1 SI fDY- I 4HEALESC ; ILL? ;ý - ",:i" I if li . il) ftft ..1 j. ii '. iL ~ j L jcfJ :)!f)____________________ ;W%' .,: ) £11 .1.. . . . - , ' A)li ': Newv-. Weekl ; rNewspaplcýtr=' :. If': '`Jz- f 't ..ý 33:aifrinted and Published at' the "Ofiice,tl' 3t., :1 I Ib "!:" .; ', .,. .;'t:: `7 sS.'lti -1 . fa rt i> i. NIQH: tSQ[J' EET, HEALESVILL E.; maul I 1 (j1 1.'·,!~:riPri te : 11 v(f'.¶IJ I "Su I" p!r -an ) 'nco*1. 1 O~TI~Y ~ EEWS APiER" Y'!".1 7JO;....`?,: f:','i.c:"Jlll' (i..:, ."tri: . '1'. _ )~~~ 4)j j il*1 _):,{1! ...

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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

MISCELLANEOUS I EMS. The' followiing paragrarph is taken fiii an American ppi and may prove initeiesting to nur readeors :-Thu clile ll idhitch"'iIouincineI the.' 'Tnarii-. are of May Yohl , t heAinerican screws witli'a: pheinoeinal oi' 'ailrl :eccentric eife'r '' to 'L'ord "Chain-lh's 'A-cliiild" :Hope, hrother of the Earl of Hopetouil, excvited a great deal: of intrest. Th e story, was ' published in on- English sporting newspaper, a 4 t hat was not regarded : as conculusive evidence that' May Yohe was :LIldy Hope. M riss Yoke has hLeen responsihle for m yany curious stories about,herself, especially i:hen, shd was not appreciated iin s?ime dranlatic venituri. Mlay 'ohe is a na tirve of Bethleheni, Pa., and is twenty six vears old. She has been on the stage about ten Years and, althloiug," ' ian inferior, artist has alvways attracted a great deal of attention on accouiit of h'er personality ai:i' conduot. 'rigi nply she. was a chorus girl in ons of E. E. Ric 's compaies She mnade ...

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Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

. ..ace; Club .,i. no PregipIent--Mr. T. Robins. V.ice prei .ents-..Iesss, J.IM.Keppel andll'enni -- Secretary-Mr. G. S. Mdtth&ws. I

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THE STORY OF A WAITER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

STHE 'STORY OF A WAITER. - A.-- , " If I could just have what I. wanted," remarked the roan, as he .slipped again' on;the ,roadway in Hol born. " I'd choose to have about five minutes with this -Master Val de Ti'.a ver ,-':or whatever his name is He;1 wouldn't invent no more asphalt when' I'd done with him." ":He isa t a man," said the chestnut;' " he's a place in Switzerland." " Idon't care what? he; is," said the SoaI"r,'d sp?pil hit,, .: , hei "Speaking about Switzerlatd," said . ?he chestiut, 'd'd ever'r' tell. youthlat :story I heard-boice about the Hon. James Eddystone, of the Foreign "No use asking me," answered the `; ?, oah' ciinn'; renieinhuer"all the' tales. you' tell. If I could I shouldn't ihe a' 'bus:.horse;. I should ;be, a bloomziig circulating library." .? The'.Hloni. James Eddystone,"'began thenchestnuuti, "was attached to the F.O. Notoso much. attached to it, though, that he did not. enjoy his boli days:wheri they came.!' i Circumistances had forced him to take hi...

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

_ I-'ELBOURNE'LETTER* [FROM-OUR OW CORRESPONDENT.?].; :- The- Age is -now :publishing a series of articles on The present depression, and the way ou' f it." It needs iothing "iiore thain what we"' alreadyi .knaw to convince us that "h?ie ddpres sion"' is a hard and very tangible fact, and.if the writer in the Ae cai'n show us ":the way oict ofist " rI am sure we' will all oEf us lie very much obliged to him. -It seems, however, that-- the writer -in question has not got all the know.ledgeto himself. Fired 'Tiy the spirit .of emulation another hiitlerto unknown; and therefore funapprec?ated?, financier and statemnan hbas comefor ,ward and points out a mueh shorter way than t ne anonymous writer in the aq?,b has ventured e ven to liint at. This gentlemran si gns himself" W Forest; Roegers,, a"nd .ates:his l ?e' from Toorak." He has compressed the whole problem within the conipas of a. nutshell, and treats 'tie diflielty thiit' has been ~uzzling the, community forf two: years past with...

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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 [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 February 1894

" CORRESPONDENCE: Correspondence "on subjects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of the writer (not necessarily '" fo, publiicaition)., zoill' be freely intser'ied in ? this column, on the pnderstanding that oe ,; do not ident fj ourselves woith the opinions expressed by. correspondents.. We also' "hold 'th right of. making any 'elimination .we: may see fit, especially lwhen a non-de plume is affixed. THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. i ,(To the Editor of The Guardian.) S?S , -I' n6tice. that.in youri issue of last week a' writer, signing ,himself "Subsdri-= her". takes .exception to. some of my re marks' anent the above institution, and wishes to know " what signs are there that a clique exists ?"' In :support of thy as sertion, I will just mention this :-At a. meeting held.for the, purpose of electing a .committee, the members of the old corn' mittee were all re-elected with the excep tion of two-one having' left the district;' and the bther had resigned...

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SCRATCH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

SCRATCH MATCH. °A scratch mktblh "was arainged: on Satirday last, and sides picked ?Ap be tween Messrs. George and Allan, and the forimer winni ng the-toss sent his nien in to bat.' It is to be regretted that the captain:, of the :batting team did .not ,close.:is innings and give the fielders a hand, insted of hloldifig the wicliets to withini ten .minutes of the time for drawiina'the stumps. The: following are the scores : - S GEORGEiS TEAM. George, c C. M'Sweeney, b A. Taylor 31' Wilson, b Gayle ..: .. l 8' Holland, c and b Gayle... ... ..: .1 Baird, run out ..... ... ... .. 30 Balzary,,c Allan, b Robson ... ...63 Cullen; b' A Taylor 6 Hart, st Jury, b Southernri, 2 .. ..... 33 Purcell, c and b.Robson. ... ... 0 Hook, not out "..... ...' . 1. Byes 7, wide 1 ... ...8 Total .. :.181 Bowling aialysis.-Christie, 48 balls, 35 runs; Gayle, 90 balls, 27 runs, 8 maidens. 2 wickets,; A. Taylor, 60 halls, 19 runs, 1 inaidren, 2 wickets ; Harvey,) 36 balls, 24 ruins; Allan, 60 hialls, 27 run...

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