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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

GAZETTE NOTICES. The following notices appeardd iri last week's "Gazette ": - - Tenders will be receivid tiniil. 1I o'clock a.nt. on Tnttf'day, 5'ti Jnr.uary next, for tire stpply of forma' at the Healesville police stationr frorn' the 1st Mlarch, 1899, to the 28tr Felruary, 1900. Applications for licentses appr6vad :: -Richard S. T. Mann, 27 acres, parish Gracedale, allotment 98, amount of first payment £1 13s Gd. Clharles Ewart, 124 acres, parish Woori Yallock, allotment 51L, amount of first payment £4 2s. A land sale will be conducted at Alexandra at two o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, 17th January, when the following allotments %ill be souhtitted. -Marysville, parish of Steavenson, county of Anglesey, upset price £7 10r per lot; survey charge, -£1. Lot % area 7a. ir. 36p., allotment 34,

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

SPORTING NOTES. ,. CRICKET. On Saturday last the members of the Healesville Cricket Club journeyed to Marysville, there to nieet the home club in friendly rivalry. A start was made from Healesvili: about 6 a.m., and the morning air .being cold and bracing, a most enjoyable drive was the result. Narbethong was reached shortly before nine o'clock, arid here advantage was taken of the occasion to. provide the inner man with some thing needful. After a brief respite, the journey was proceeded, and "Marysville was reached about 11 a.m. To those who had not previ ously been up that partLof the district, the scenery and surroundings afforded special interest, and lent an aspect of -chaim to what would otherwise have been a wearisome journey. Marys: ville, situated in a hollow, and hemmed in-by hills, is a beau ideal township, and the general scene about the place is one of attraction. The cricket ground is in a central position in the town, but, whilst possessing the virtue of being situat...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FUNNIOSITES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

FUNNIOSITIES. A At a dinner of the Cinuinnattl fire men recently, the following sentiment was proposed :'- 'The ladies! their se eyes kindle the only flamne which we cl cannot extinguish, and against which there is no insurance.' h reridin, jui., who was a candi- . date for Parliament, asserted, if v elected, he should place a label on his t' forehead with. these words, 'To let,' c and side with the party that made the t best offir. I'ti i t, 'Tom,,' said his t father, 'hut don't forget to add the i word " Unfurnished." t In the year '1730, when the scene loonm at Covent Gat den- being on tire, and the audience greatly -alarmed, Rich, the manager, told a tireinan, who was always kept ready in case ,of need, to run o,? the stage and. explain. the matter, which he did in the follow ing extraordinary address :--' Ladies and Gentlemen, for heaven's sake don't be frightened-don't stir-keep y your seats-the fire is almost ex tinguished -Lbut if it-was not, we have d a reservoir.of i00 hog...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CRICKET CHATTER. THEY SAY— [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

THEY SAY That the:. rdHirii iiiatbb ivill be played igairst Marysville bi. the 7th. of next month: " That the isitor? were~ treated at Marysville in a splendid niahndr; That the liiche66o dn'd diiiner pre pared for then wa;s riiich enjoyed That there were no afteir dinner speeches. That "there would have bieerd one minade had Harry "'Pettypoo (?)' b?een present. That Geo. Sparks is the making of a gbood cricketer. That even the young ladies at Marysville know the game from ' shinty." That they do like to see Marysville '1n. SThat Marysville have a. good cricket team with practice. That they won't have much chance on the asphalt wicket in HIlealeville. That their howling is rather patchy. That the doctor's brother takes so501me owling. That George was very dehadly with the hall. That, Mr. Sparke .umpired imparti ally for Marysville. That Upper Yarra leat-;Coranderrk very easily last Saturday. That Corlinderrk only inmade .9. a'iid Upper Yarra soniethin"g over 100. 'T'hat the fortmer ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Shot Throught the Head. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

Shot Through the Head. An elderly gentleman while walking down one of the principal streets yester day was alarmed at experiencing a sharp pain that shot right through his head. Ee knew immediately that a headache was threatening, and, being a man of great good sense, he also knew that the best possible remedy was Bile Beans for Biliousness. Those Beans, acting directly on the liver, give al most instantaneous relief in all cases of constipation, .headache, indigestion, debility, biliousness, and similar co.-, plaitts, which all have their origin in liver derangement. If the liver gets out of order, as it oflen does in a climate such as ours,the whole digestive system goes wrong, and as the proper digestion bffood is the most essential thing in the sustaining of life, the .con sequences of bad digestion must be most disastrous. Bile Beans vill keep you well during the trying, hot, muggy weather that will soon he upon us.: If you get sick, they will put "you right. They are' the grea...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"RINGS." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

"R IN G S." In Melourne? the other day, M.iss -Amnilia K?iilg rltaind £100 damages -for breach of promise of marriage by "Bimande! Ring. • Two Rings Amelia had in view Whien. tirst her" .Yes" was spoken tie i.ianl Ring, seeming goold and true, And ring, the marriage token. But both are gone ; Enianuel Accounts for ihr dejection. lWhen called upon to ring the helle lie wrutig her young nffection. Which Ring did 'M,-lia d.earer hold The man, with ardent kisses, Or e'en the promised hoop of gold That nakes a maid a missis? No matter, compensatillg Fate Sweet solace soon arrantges, And 'Melia may find a mate On whmnin to ring love's changes.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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YARRA GLEN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

YARRA GLEN RACEJS. The annual mnieeting of the Yurrt Glen Racing Club, to Ihe held on Mon. day next (Boxing Day); promises to be one of the most tieceCssful ever held in l;'it : locahlty. Excelheiit entrie~ have been received for the various events, and theie will tme found below) together with the handicaps. TRIAL SnAKES. Kathleen .: . . 8 7 Floi'etta ...... 8 7 Cyclone .. ... ..." 8 2 Tade . . . .. 8 2 Fast iLidy ;, ;;. 8 2 Spera .:. .. 7 ! EELTElt IIANDICAI. Teinplestowe ... ... 11 7 ising Su . ..... 11 Cyclist :. ... ... . 12 La Ilehrev ... ;;. ". 9 7 Cyclone ... ... ... 8 10 Fast Luidy . ... 2 DISTANCE HANDICAP TROT. S"and . Scratdi. Turk 26 yds. behind Scr, Jewell- . 50 ;, Constrocb:; 50 , Paddy : 150 ,, huidhiilioi 300 Jesi 550 Niin'cy .. 550 , YARRA GLEN .IANDIOAP. Ternplkstowe :.... b ' Admiral Cook .. . 9.10: Rising Sin ... 9 7' Cyclist . .. . 8 12 Florett ... ... 8 y, Ia Reiave ... 8 Bike .. 0 Cyclone . .. ... 7 1 HnACK tACE. at. lb: Buzz . .. .. ... 11 7 Troope ... ... :...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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WOOD CHOPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

WOOD CHOPPi NG. For the wood-chopping contest at Daylesford on Boxing Day, we notice the following handicaps :-Bryan, 56 inches; Tomassina, 56 inchles; Don nelly, 52.1 inches; L. Ostrom, 52 inches. It will be observed ..that the contest is to be decided by measure ment. Donnelly, who was beaten at Yarra Glen on the 9th November, lias to meet Bryan on something like 20 sec. worse terms at Daylesford. Respecting the much talked of con test between Messrs Bryan, of Heales ville:.and Toinassina, of Ballarat? ?or £25 a-side, the backers of the hitter have now intimated that they will not arrange a match against the local man, excepting that lie will consent to chop a 20-inch log. The match is, there fore, now in doubt, but it is more than probable that Bryan will give way, in which case the event will take place at Yarra Glen next month. In face of the previous acceptance by Tomas sina's backers, that the contest should he for nothing less than a two foot log, their present intention see...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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BOWLING. CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

BOWLING. CEHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY. Chandler v. Harley, ... 31-28. :Shaw v. Dyer... ... 31- 8. Tevlia v. Matthews,' postponed till Saturday next. Full draw published next issue.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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PIGEON SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

1 IGLON SHOOTING: A1 .ry.. \ leeler, Tgrrick; and Mari ton, of the Cootanderrk stationl, filled the three places in a pig on' contest at Lil'lyale: on Wedhesdav, the' twb for mer dividing first and secondj

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

THE TURF. Nominations close to-day for the Healesvil]e Turf Club meeting, to be held on New Year's Day. The fixture should be ht successful one, judging by the interest which is taken in the day's proceedings by those genltlemen who are in possession of the' reins of management. The. Buxton races will be held. on Monday,next, (Boxing Day),-and, as usual, this club is sure to .enjoy a repetition of tlie patronage which was previously accorded it.

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 — 24 December 1898

01ego Soazon for Game, & . THE Ws'OLZ YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Austraiia, and their prodnm7 (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great ki, fisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre birds, magpies; nmagpie larks, owls, partridges, plheas:tut, -,: s. podargus or nmopokes, " : . .- , southern stone plover or curtow, ,vallowjs, wa,blers, white swans, wrens. Jung 14 To DECEMBER 20 i Black swan, emn, wild geese of all kinds Accusr I To F.I.cRUARYa 28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons. quail. AcousT I to DEcES?IBE 20. All birds known as cranes, uch as herons, egrets, &c. ; all honey-eaters except wattle birds and leather-heads; all kingfishers .thei- than the laughing jackass ; all imem-. hers of the graucalus family ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-bird, cnckos, gang gang c.,ockatoos, land-rail, all fther members of the rail...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

TThe' Testimony of M'rs. MARGARET HAWKE ., AccoUChC1SC, Guildford, near S'.:dcy. (Ir.r rTo ti)t' RvPn""r.?.) Our report-r rereutly ulet with hiss. M3ar.c .? Ilankes, accnuct.cut'e and nur. near Gu-ldford Station (N.S. ' ), who ai, ministers to the want.- of'the district.. t!:9 Hawlwes is wll known nid grentl' like!l the .h1ole country roundt. ~Shl recetvedt our reporter most affably IIul said, "1I have Repeatedly RecormrtSended and prescribed Clements Tonic for my pa.ients, anud it certainly w's. ne great beneti: in every case where I advi ed its ume. 1 have invarihbly found," she continc=d, " Clements Toni.: t, be A Reliable Romedy, and particularly useful in rest.ring I' e strength of ladies after their confinezrenca SThe system then is much weakened, end to neg'ect to give a restorative is a seriets mistake. lBfore I hle.nme a".,uaintedl with the benefits to be derved frnm the use of Clemenrts Touic I tried many of those so called" strengthenig remedies and ,ther rubbish the make...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

GENERAL NEWS. -o: We fake the following from "thle " Port Fairy Gazette" :-"Mr.. obePt t.. uIll, a Port Fairy boy, a?d~ for Aevetal years . member of the composing staff of this journal, which he left a year or more ago to proceed to Coolgardie, has launched out upon his own account, and has taken charge of the "Hcalesville Gua?rdian," with, a iiea, to becoOting proprietor of the same after the new year. The many friends possessed by Mr. Bull in thiatown will be pleased to hear of his advance metnt in his profession, and will wish him every success in his new v-enture." The .'local :railway statiorr pres itte·d qmte a couglomeration of .coifusior and heitle last evening upon tfi?'?rrival of the ordinary train, for it carried with it a very large number of visitors and friends. The air seemed pervaded with an aroma of everything enjoyable, and thoueh the Weather. conditions were not altogetheir condecive to gaiety and comfort, it was evident that the crowd were on holiday bent, and w...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Sleeplessness and Headaches are very Prevalent. A SIMPLE BUT EFFICATIOUS CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

Sleeplessness anrd 1 Headaches are very Prevalent. A SIMPLE BUT EFFICACIOUS CURE. Thousands upon thousands of men and women in Australia suffer severely from headaches auid sleeplessness. They try all sorts of quack medicines, and spend many pounds in specialists' advice; but all to no purpose. Yet there is in our midst to-day a pleasant prescription, neatly compounded by an eminent physician, which invariable cures these ailments with almost won derous precission. Mr. E-lwird Mac. Manus is well known to many as the up-to-date proprietor of the.splendid Turkish Baths in Bourke-street, Melb ourne, a fashionable resort alike fdr resident Victorians and visitors. " For 15 years," Mr.. MacManus says, "I suffered extre-me agony from, severe headauche and loss of sleep. Icould hardly hear heingspoken to while suffer ing, and friequently at night I have rise n from my bed and sought some spot where there was no noise. I used to walkaway into some park to :try anI get quietness, as' any noi...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

hE1LES 'r1LLE 1AKEY. I P"EGS to inform, the residents of I 1 ie Henlesvilh., Narhcuthnn-, Buxton, 3laryst ill., nud lsurr. unditu dis?tricts, thlatl he has taken .thie I 1 Of IMr. N. Christensen, And uiml.r, the, r.nal,.etieit -f. 3Is. E fO. l'iETS, he h-elp.s ir cirility lAnd attdll ti m , to h .'Iine..to nlmerit a fair Shaert of tlhiir iat lronage. : 'one but t'.o best olazs of Goods . KEPT. Best Bread (white o'ii .tioilI) in the distriat. .'utering.and Fn'll Gonds-a Speeialy. :Ph ls-e note the adhlr-ess. Christen?.rn's (ld E- athli-hed lusiness, nidtler' the tii!anng?cut.nt of 3I.S. TI. IIOlBE!'TS.. IF volr Bots sihlil wavlnt repairing, Then dt not a'il to cill At \V:.T.: Flitr.ev's iT.pilil, N:.iext to te S!hre. Hltl. Th .it;]h nl! -? a short time in tlhe town, The trahli e tnes is surprising ; It's Ietettt u i h dte- work tahaleapaild well,. Andl keels p ? on a:vertisitg. Fl-r lno ny tal:ke their hoonts to :ll'1, And save tiie?ttselvrs tnIi'ih troublie, \V1h .<..ot t...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

SALE. SALE S ?LEE. ALL PREVYIOUS SALE " -:. EOL[PSED. _O ,OOTWELFTH kNNUA': Stocktaking : Sale. B. MOREY & CO BEEHIVE STORES,. A ;SERIES OF GREAT' BAR GAINS COMMENCING FRIDAY, JULY ,8th, 1898, For One Month. Orders by Post will receive' our Special Care. :illinery I Millinerjr " BARGAINS UNRIVALLED. JACKETS, CAPES, . SULSTERS. REMNANTS. ; .REMNANTSI DRESSMAKING AT S.SALE PRICES. SPECIAL VALUE IN Meh's Boys' and Youths' Clothing. MPRICES UNPARALLELED. Dress Goods Velveteens, Flannelettes, Flannels, Calicoes, Shirtings, Sheetings, Art Muslins, Lace OCurtainis. BOOTS. BOOTS LARGEST STOCK IN THE DISTRICT.. GREAT .". REDUCTIONS Full Assorted Stock in "all Departments. SGROCER?, C OCEERY, Glassware, Furniture, .-and IRONMONGERT. A-:oE:-IE AGENcIEs : Incandescent Gas'Light, Royal In surance Coy., Singer's "Sewing Ma chines,Salvitis for Horses and Cattle, Walker's Organic Manure, Blythe, Irvine and Binney's Bone Dust and Superphosphate, Equitable Life As surance, Arthur Yates' " Rel...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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THE HALF-HOLIDAY IN HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

THE HIALF-HOLIDAAY IN lEALESVILLI- AT last townspeople have awakened themselves to the knowledge that an effort should be made towards estab lishing the weekly half-holiday in this town, and it is satisfactory to learn thus early in the day that the mooted proposal is in a fair way' of becoming a permanent fact. Healesville has long borne the'namb of being Wlind to its own intetests and advancement, and residents have al!oaed themselves to be twitted -'ith such an accusation, without making any effort whatever to disprove the truthfulness of the asser tion, but certain it is they have al lowed themselves to lapse into a groove of indolence so far as anything per taining to the public weal is coni "cerned, that makes the tdsk of rising, to the occasion, when necessity die mands, somewhat irksome or tedious. However, it is not our purpose just here to take a retrcepective view of the failings of those who should in terest themselves in the building up or promoting anything for the imp...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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The Guardian. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1898 [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

PUBLISHED SATURDAY M?IORINGS. SATURDAY, .DECEM.BER 24, 1898 SCHIRISTilIA . -BELLS. - WITHOUT a, doubth Christmas carries our thoughits baack ?:a long way. Crowds of old memorirs throng around us atetllintimn eof the 3year, and strange to say, imany of them," amid all the mirth and jollity of thle fEstive season, are sombre-the memories of departed friends,; vanished iopes, disappointed years. Akid yet the very shadows tell of sunshine, for we cannot have .the one without the other, and the sun shine somehow always disperses the clouds -at Christmas. Whatever our circumstances, however -lowly our lot, in all Christian landsi at this-seasoini to young Mtid old come the -oft-repeated words of cheer "and kindliness, 'the sweet peculiar joy of 'Christmas time and Christmas Day, and the sentiment is the samehere as in wintry Europe. It is a time of. Christian gladness, of peace-making, of mutual good-will and kindly deed and recollections of kindred anl friends.>. This is the feel ing ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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EQUAL TO THE OCCASION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898

EQUIAL TO TInE oCCASION.. A certain young man, who, as every - ---ono~fknew,_was deeply enamoured ofi . certain :young lady, whom he would gladly, have made his wife, but could noL screrv up his c'inrage to the stick ing point, resolved at last to take the first opportunity which presented itself of learning his fate. No sooner, how ever, had he formed this resolution than fortune seemed to desert him. He often uet the fair one, hut never could get the chance of speaking to her alone. Driven to desperation, he succeeded in accomplishing his pur pose at a dinner party. Nothing is easier than to hold converse with the person who sits next to you at a large dinner party, provided always that you do not look at that person, speak in an even tone, and abstain fron mentioning names; but, in this case, the lady was seated on the opposite side of the talle. He was, however, equal to the occasion, and, tearing out a leaf from his pocket-hook wrote on it, under cover of the table: "Will you b...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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