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Healesville, April 7th, 98. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
Healesville, April 7th, 98. tMy Dear Uncle Rube,-I :hink I will stop from writing yoni any more letters as some of my little friends are getting very jealous of me. We are having a very delightful change up here. [ think the weather is keeping fine for the Easter Holidays. There has been a great large fire out on the selections.. Dear Uncle Rube, I hope I will see you at Healesville on the Easter Holidays enjoying yourself. Deal Uncle Rube, I must draw my letter to a close hoping it, will find you quite well. From your Ever Loving Niere, ROSIE PHILLIPS. Age 12 years and three months.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
., .Z,-?' '.LJ.. 0 ,''1- L. JLJ ?, NicuoLsoN SiTREET, jII.ALESLILLI (Next Post Office). G. S. Matthews, STATIONER, sberd.asher and Tobacconist, i)ESPECTFULLY intimaies thathlo has I always in stock every requisit uneces snry to be found in a wull-cunducted busi ness of this kind. Fancy Goods, Tobacco & Cigars, soap3 & Perfumery, School Reauisites Stationofy, all kinds Fishing Tackle, ic. English Magazines and Newspapers, - Newspapers Delivered tY Or Posted to any Address. .-a Circulating ,t,, Library. A Large Stock of Patent, HIomnepathic, and:gHorse Medicines Always on Hand. Licensed under the Pharmacy Board of Victoria. House Land, Estate, & Fire and Life Assurance Agent. +** Having taken the premises lately occupied by the Shire Council, I will be able to give every attention to and afford all inforniation in connectioo with the above business. Loans Negotiated, AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED Commissions executed in Every Line of Business. IE ALSO HAS ON SALE Eve...
A Girl Saved from the Grave. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
A Girl Saved from the Grave; "I am 19 yeaas of age," said Miss, Petrea Paterson, Featherstone, North ~IJaM , 1'ew Zealand, to it press repre-. sentative who interviewed her last month, "aud since I was 15 1 have been suffering, more or less. I had acute palpitation of the heart, which was brought about by anemia or blood lessnese, to which I was long a martyr. Wheneven I ran upstairs my heart would thump violently against my sides, and I would be quite speechless for several moments until I recovered my breth. Night after night I tossed, weary and worn-out, on my bed, trying vainly to sleep. T had fearful attacks of cramp in my legs, and so great was the agony that frequently it caused me to scream out in very desperation. I was always in a weak, low state, and never felt. fit for nay work. My legs would at times swell up to a consider able extent, and this naturally ocea ioned myself and my mother great sus pence. Thus, as I grew older I grew worse and worse, ,being subject also to...
ROLL CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
ROLL CALL. The representatives of .the follow ,ing societies responded to the roll call :-Collins-street Baptist Society, Armadale Society, Brunswick Society, Wesley Central Mission, Carlton Wes leyan Society, China Inland Mission, Castlemaine Society, Convention So ciety. Evangelisation Society of Aus tralia, Footscray, Williamstown, and. Yarraville, Hawthorn, Intercolonial Greetings' from New South Wales Union, South Australia C.E. Union, Junior Endeavour Superintendents, Kew Congregational Society, ;oriot United Society, Lower Hawthorn Wesleyan Society, Middle Park Wes leyan Society; Mo'rnington' United Society, Missionary Training Home, // Neerim South Society, Northcote Wesleyan Society, Prince of Wales Park United Society. South Yarra Bap tist Society, South Preston W?esleyan Society, Warnamnhool C.E. Union, Warrackneheal Society, Wycheprnof Society, Yarra Glen ; C.E. Society, YarravillePrimitive Methodist Society, Victorian O.E. Union, Pr-sident Vic torian C.E. Union, Healesv...
DISTRICT NEWS. Yarra Glen. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
DISTRICT NEWS. LFROM. OUR CORRESPONDENTS. Yaaxa Glen. The Yarra Glen llacin, Club held a meeting here yesterday (E'ster Monday.) The day was gloriously tine, and conse quently the attendance was good. We noticed a good number of Melbourne visi tors, and one and all seemed to enjoy the sport thoroughly. The racing produced some excellent finishes, and the success of Mir. G. de Pury's horse, Embrasure, in both the Easter and Yarra Glen Handicaps was well received, for that gentleman is not only a thorough going sportsman, but also a liberal supporter of the Yarra Glen Racing Club. Mr. J. Supple's Plunger, which ran second to Emnbrasure in both races, had a host of admirers, as, indeed, his splendid running deserved. Another popular win was that of Mr. L. M'Intyre's Buzz in the Hack Pace. As regards en tries, however, this race was disappointing, as only four competitors faced the starter. The High-Jumping Contest brought out eight competitors, and, after a protracted trial, the winner...
A Popular Sailing Enthusiast is Cured by Bile Beans. SUFFERED FROM BILLIOUS ATTACKS, INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, & PAINS AFTER EATING. PATENT MEDICINES UTTERLY FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
A Popular Sailing Enthusiast is Cured by Bile Beans. SUFFERED FROM. BILLIOUS ATTACKS, INDIGESTION; CONSTIPATION, & PAINS AFTER EATING. PATENT, MEDICINES UTTERLY FAIL. BILE BEANS EFFECT A. THOROUGIH CURE.. One of thle. most popular and pro minent enthusiasts in yatching is Mr. Jne Thiering, of Bailnain. [Io is one of the oldest members of the John stone's Bay Sailing Club and the Fly ing Spuadron, in both of which he has taken a part for a numIler of years, He has been sailing in Sydney; for 35 years, and his opinion on; this grand sport is regarded .with 'great'esteem. Although Mr; Theiring .would be taken for a strong, healthy rman, it was learnt a few days ago that hehad suf fe red from severe Bi 1 lions Attacks, headaches, and Indi- a gestion for a nu'mber of years. We give below a letter received from Mr.; Theiring statingthat he has;been com pletely cured of these aizlments by B Bile Beans. Mr: Theiring's letter reads as follows :- - 189 Darling-street,. Baldmain, t THE...
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CHATAUQUA. MEETINGS CONTINUED. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
HEXISTIAN ENDE.AVOR C3HATAUQUA. MEETINGS CONTINUED. FRIDAY. [The foregoing appeared as an " Extra." on Tuesday last.] In the afternoon an open Parliament was held in the Athelstane paddocks, t 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 r opinion that worldly amusements, if not carried-to excess, were beneficial. Mr. D. Bruce; and .Dr. Warren also contended that one who had Christ for' P his all, should need no other amuse ment whatever. Prayers and hymns n were given through the meeting. At e 7.30 in the evening, a service of praise t' and prayer was held in the marquee, and then the crowd began to come in, e and by the time the regular meeting a started, the tent was packed full. The a general meeting was on the subject of " Good Uitizenship, with the, keynote, Our Country, and the Federal Bill. a Dr. Warren occupied...
Christmas Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
Grand rains have falher, so the district is already beginning to assume its usual ap pearance for this time of the year. Al ready farmers are taking advantage of the break-up of the drought to make things ready for next season. As it is, a number of residents have lost a grcat deal of stock, and those still existink are dragging a precarious living from the sun-scorched paddocks. Nothing of any moment has transpired since my last.
Wandin. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
Wa?cdin. The popularity of the district as a holi day resort, has been fully demonstrated this Easter by the unusually large influx of visitors, and with the short distance from the metropolis, combined with the natural beauties of the Wandin Yal lock district, its popularity should increase. The Rev. J. larninghamn reports rainfall at Wandin Yallock as follows :-lMarch 1897, 3 inches 34' points, compared with 91 points for March 1898. Already 1 inch 93 points have been registered for April, and for the whole corresponding month of last year, 2 inches 73 points were re corded. An excell,.:t ibeinning has been male for this mont; wlhi:h, it is expected, will continue.
SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 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 ma:rquee in the afternoon, when a large attendance assembled, the greater pro portion . of whom being. Children. Messrs W. H. Scurr and the Rev. - ir. 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 lis 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 Sister Hannah and W. H. Scurr, illustrated with anecdotes, and the speakers were accorded a very patient hearing. The respective gentle men laid. stress upon the important work- they had i...
MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
MONDAY. This was' a day of hIeart-searching. A sunrise prayer meetiing was held at r'30, followed hy.a bible study at 10.30. From 1 :to 12. was designated _" The Qtiet Hotir " and in the. afternoon; a picnic was held- at Donnelly's Creek. The time was given.up to .natlers dif ferent. In the evening a consecration meeting was held in the marquee. The Rev. S. C. Kent conducted the meeting,. and delivered the Consecration Prayer in an impressive manner. The Rev. J. F. Macrae, of Toorak, addressed the meeting, and much spiritual good resulted. The service' closed with " Hail, Sweetest, Dearest Tie."
The Wizard's Legacy. DAFFODIL CONFESSES. CHAPTER VIII. (continued) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
The Wizard's Legacy. BY E. J. L'YsAC'IIT. DAFFODIL CONFESSES. CHAPTER VIII. .Dr. -Ianu-lI stopped, and put up his hand to his eyes. c Dr. l-amilton 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 '" " Iam glad you like them," said Dr. Manuel; " sonme times I don't fancy them." N 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't you think I that a curious symptom ?" " Very ; I do not like it; and yet it does not do to make a fuss alout it." " If she gets stronger," 'said Dr. Hamilton, ",it will cease." " Do not let us talk of her," said Dr .Manuel, " it is too sad ; with her trace and beauty and prospects, it is terrible I to think of her condition." Then lie began to converse with other things-of his life abroad, of some singular aiid valuablle bhoanical dis coveries that lie had ma...
The Mystery of Bird's Reef. CHAPTER IV. MEETING AND PARTING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
The Mystery of Bird''S Reef. (By J. M. Barr.) CHAPTER IV. M"EETING AND PARTING. OUNG WILL was not happy that night at River S brook, and anyone could have seen it. The . ptssession of a large balance at the bank had not helped him in his suit with his Lena, who of late, without abating her kindly interest in him, had yet drawn a kind of veil of restraint between them which he felt and yet could not rend. They were more apart than ever before, and yet now he was in a position to marry, the great difficulty of the past was surmounted, and poverty no longer stared him in the face to prevent his asking the girl he loved to share his lot. And yet he knew in his heart that something had sprung up between them separating them more effec tually than poverty had been able to do. He took himself to task, for he could not for a moment doubt her truth and love. He had been foolish and extravagant, he had left his father's house, which was no longer a home for him since George had made that his ...
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
Marysvil?e was favored with a superb day for their sports on Easter Monday, and altogether a most enjoyable day was spent by thosewhlo journeyed to the festive township.' Mss-rs Sparke and Peters olfi ciated as jtdtes, Messrs. W.. Barton, A. Sparke and D'Arcy, handicappers, and Mr. A. .Sparke, starter. There was a very good attendance, and a whole crnwd of Melbonrne pdtplo graced the racecourse with their presence. The resntls of the races were as under:--Handicap Flat Race, 150 yards.-H. Robinson, (Thorn ton) 1, 30s ; Palmer (Big River) 2, 10s. Hurdle Race. J30 yards.-H: Rohinsnn 1. 20s : G`. Sparke (Marysville) 2, 10s. Bop-Step-and-rJump.-G. Barton (3 feet handicap) 40 feet 8 inches, 1, 15s; G. Sparke (I foot handicap) 40 fsrt 2 inches, 2,5s. Sack Raoe, 80 yards.-J. Burchall, scratch,]1,Os ;: S.Sparke, 4 yards, 2, 5s Siamese Race, ,0 yards.-P. Sparke and J. Kirwan, 1, 10s ; B. Barton and H. Robert son, 2, 5s. Quoit Match.-Mr. A. Walker. Figh Jump.-Palmer (8 inches handicap) 5 feet...
SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
SATURDAY. On Saturday'morning an interesting meeting was held, withl Mr. Pearson in the chair, for the- advancement of the Junior C.E. movement,. aid thel principal speakers were Miss Gregson, Miss Kemp and Miss Slater, all pro minenti.workers in this field. We hearlthat as a result of the meeting, it is' proposed to form a Junior Society in IIealesville, In the. afternoon about 60 of the Endeavodrers journeyed to Coranderrk Aboriginal:Station, waking the echoes on their way with peans of praise to the Almighty. Arrived at the station, after inspecting some of the natives and the work, a move was made to the "orchard." After a general ramble, and after Mr. Field hIad "taken two shots" at themn with his camera, a social chat on the coming Australasian Convention to be held in Melbourne in September next was indulged in. The meeting was conducted by Rev. W. Gray Dixon, and the piece-de-re sistance was Mr. Thornton Pearson, description of the stupendous arrange ments that are being mad...
A Valuable Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
A Valuable Discovery. Scientists tell us that in the nine teenth century of ours about 'the greatest strides made in the discovery world have been in medicine. We have to record a discovery by an Ameri can medical man for a certain vege table sustenance that has the effort in the digestion organs of Nature's own animal bile. This discovery is revolu tionizing all the present methods of treatment for digestive ailments. The old theory of pepsin, bismuth, starving, purging, etc., etc., it is to he done away with, This great vegetable sus tenance is compounded with other in gredient to facilatate the working, and to-day this remedy can be purchased the world all o,ver and in Australia under the nv:;::, of Bile Beans for Biliousness. This remedy possesses the peculiar properties of acting on the bowels without purgirg or otherwise weakening the patient. This is be cause the substance that relaxes the bowels has the sanme action as the natural bile. Bile Beans are purely vegetable, and a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
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Healesville Police Court. THURSDAY, APRIL 14TH. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Messrs. J. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
Realesville Police Court. THURSDAY, APRIL 14TH. Constable Hocking v. Alexander Younger.-Charged with lighting a fire on 1st March, and leaving same be fore extinguished, contrary to law. Defendant pleaded guilty. Constable Hocking stated that fires were of frequent occurrence along the Yarra uiver, and the sufferers wished the defendant to be made an example of. Damage to fencing in the present instance was about £11, and a quantity of grass was also destroyed. Men had to.he sent to put the fire out. Thomas Younger, father of the lad, deposed that he was the owner of the land on which the fire occurred. He had seen neighbors burning off on the opposite side to his selection, and thought it seemed strange they wished his boy to be prosecuted when they themselves erred similarly. The P.M. explained to the delin quent that he was liable to a fine of £100, or six months' imprisonment without the option. Fined 20s. Wm. Henry Phillippy v. William Davey and Arthur Anderson.-Charge of damag...
The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1898. News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898
p (nitttabiau. Scribendi recte sapere est principiihm etfons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDA Y, APRTL 16,1898. Nows of the Week. ACCIDENT.-What might have re sulted in a serious mishap, but which, we are pleased to state, was not at lended with any unfortunate conse quences, happened to a young man named Mr. J. Smith, who is a well known resident. Whilst having a ride on his "bhike" on llonday morning last, he was following in the wake of a vehicle in Nicholson-street, when the conveyance suddenly came to a stand still, causing Smith to turn quickly. Another vehicle was, however, coming from the opposite direction, and into this bicycle and rider crashed. 'The young fellow was thrown heavily from his "jigger," and sustained a nasty injury to his arm, and striking his head on mother earth. His machine was badly. damaged, and it is perfectly miraculous how he escaped being smashed up. The young man now feels little the worse for his escapade, albeit he still suffers from the inju...