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CRICKET. TROPHY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
CRICKET. -TROPHY COMPETITION, STEEL'S CREEE V. YARRA GLEN. The above match was advanced another .stage last Saturday. The visitors, who had 3 wickets down for 48 when time was called on the pre vious Saturday continued'their innings, and totted up the respectable score of 102, mainly due to the careful batting of.James Wilson, who carried his hat right through the inning for 46, by first-class cricket., giving only one or two chances, which were not taken. Steel's Creek, therefore, started their second innings with a deficit of 30, which, after the first two batsmen had been disposed of for 3, was quickly wiped out. by the following batsmen, J. Hubbard 24, who was. run out, Ed house 16, Wilson 14, and Jenkins i0, which, with the sundries, made a total of 72 for the loss of six wickets when. the stumps were drawn. The natclh therdore stands. unfinished'till the end of the 'seasoni' Appended Fare the scores - - , ,: sE'rsr ,.C ELK.--First In llins A. Hubbard, b Spear ... .0 EdhlJise, ...
THE GLENFERN HOP GARDEN, HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
THE GLENFERN HOP GARDEN, HEALESVILLE. Our representative paid a visit to the above-:hop-gaiden the other' day, ahid with the greatest courtesy was shown? over it and the drying kilns by its genial proprietor, Mr. Thos. Harris, who thought it no trouble to explain the many intricate details in conneetion with le growth,;attention, and pre paration of the hops for market. Mr. Harris takes great pride in his husiness, and personally superintends, thi whole working, the great care bestowed upon the garden being amply evidenced by .the.cleanliness of the garden~itself and the neatness and completeness of the necessary buildings.: We. understand that Mr. Harris has leased the gardden for a term of' five years from Miss Hamilton, of ?sllbourne, ando is putin? forth his beft endeavors t" make .his venture a success, which ,we heartily wish hiin for his perseverance; enter r'iS. ad e ?r y' fully morir such ra result. Although the 'arde is not within the Shire o f Healesv'ilel it is in Heales...
THE AURORA AUSTRALIS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
THE ATYRORA AUSTRALIS. [IB J.. F- NOBLE ATYDERSON. The following description of the Aurora Australis which was visible in Healesville: last Sunday evening from 10 jp.m until 1 a.m. on Monday; morning may interest your readers - When first noticeable the .aurora spread almost from the zenith to within '10 or, 15 degrees ;of', the ihorizo 'and covered at least'half of the southern poition of. the sky.=- Th~eoronia;?'r' bright circle from which it sprang was not then so visible as .it would' have been on a darker night.' In. fact it is very rare _for an' aurora to b'be vlsible. When the iiioon is so brighp as it was, and there is no doubt but that hliad lie night bee~i dark, this wouldi ba e.been the most iremarkable aurora ever seen here. Ast was, the heaveis presested a blood-red appearance, so:that in seve ral coiuntry towns the f'ire brigades were briouglht out o'textinbu ish the oonflagratiotin" Some of. their pumps are cdpabl of throdaiin-- water to wa :reat hliegii, .utLconsider...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
rUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS.' " FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1894. :-On Friday , last: Miss" Cameron,. of. Glen Watts; near the town, brought.in for our inspection a really splendid sample of amber sugar cane which she had grown this season. It appears to be generally regarded as a foregone conclusion that this valuable fodder, plant will not thrive to any profitable degree in these mountainous= and com paratively.cold parts; but, judging by the beautiful sample shown us by Miss Cameron, this notion is fallacious. This lady informs us that she. planted. about a quarter of ani acre with the amber sugar canrie as an experidient, and she is more than satisfied" that it can be grown here' successfully; -'It is well known that this'is a most luscious and;succulent fodder for stock, and one which they are - extremely fond of; in fact, it is preferred before any other feed, let it be ever so good. The sample . has been on, views at'. Mr. Matthew's shop -during the past few days, and has been examined by...
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
.:PlaeesofNKote. Si'Fernsihaw, Black Spur, Stevenson; Fa'lls,! 3lathinna Falls,.Condon Falls,- Malleson's Look-out. Mount Juiliet, Mount Riddell, t"`'Md'iout Mon~da:Moiunt St.' Le~oard, Cnran 1 derrk aboriginal: station,' and .Doni River q ;, o d..,.
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
A mpretty muicipal township, with post n. .and hitelegaph and money-order office, and aviings .bank, situated at the junction.:of the Griceburn and Maroondah rivers, 39. niles east of Melbourne. Rail direct with M?elbourne, Healesville being the terminus. It has three large first-class hotels and,a 'large temperance hotel ; Gracedale House, i. a handsowe summer resort, is situated near he foot of Mount Juliet, about three miles from the railway station. There are a fine state'-ehodl, four churches, branch of the Coleaoil Bank, court house, police station, inechanice' inotitute and free library, a - ewspaper (Tsr HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN), ,; nmueimber of stores and other places of ,aminess. Extensive recreation grounds, Sclared, improved, and fenced ; also beau ir, - jul lawn tennis court and bowling green. ,,o;rout and blacktish may be caught in the i?" er near Hedlesville, and good shooting : few' miles out. The district is princi 'i v hi pally grazing; there are several orchards' an?...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
TEE' K?!IEALESVILLE : SHIRE ' DIRECTORY. ' iuneiksi-Anzglesey arnd Evelyn. ' :'Parielies.Burctonm Glenwaitte. Narhmethonrr Stevenwon:, and part of Graeedab uud Grantnu. t; ' Provin-So1tlIEastern.. - Membdrers oaf Courcil-Honi. JTa. Balfour. 'J". Buuhanan, and 'F: S. Dobfno. LL.D. ':Elertorrt District=-Evelyn: Divisioln- i ffeales'vie.. Member of Assemnbly-E. SH. Cawrr Brun. Electoral District-Anglesey. Division ' ILary villne: Memrber of Assembly-M. ik M KI~enzie.
Law. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
Law. aBiliwick-Central. Police Magistrate-Major George F. Bartrop.. Sits every third Thursday in the m+onth. Justices of the Peace-E. H. Cameron, S[.LA., D. Crichton, J. Esonn Jno. Green, EE. Kidney, J..0. Steel, E. Nichols, and J. :3-L. Keppel (president of shire). . Sessions-Thursday, at 10 a.m. "Clerk of Courts-Daniel Berriman. ;
Sunday Excursion Trains. DOWN: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
S'Sunday Excursion Trains. Pririce's Bridge, dep' ... ... 11.0 ain Healesville, .arr . .. ... 1.0 pim : ? : UP.:. ' : Henle-qville, dep ..: -'... 6.30 pm Prince's.Bridge, arr ... 9.10 pm Fares::-First class return, 3s,:. second class return, 2s. Children under 4 years, free ; over 4 and under 12, half fare. , These tickets will be available for re turn by 6.30 train only.
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
IIalesville Post and. Telegraph Ofice. Post office open from 9 a.m.n to 6 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8.30 it.m. to 8 p.m.; Post office savings bank open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ;: Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 ;noon., Mails close for Melbourne ' " 6.45 am and. . 1 '10.15 ainn ..'dailyr. Intermediate 7.15 pm.n ! "? ,Marysville . . e and, ... 9.30 am daily 'a ebethon.. 1 .. . Arrive fromn- M;lelboirne,'&e; 9.40 am 2.40 pm 7.30 pm daily. Marsv ille C and . ... ,7 pm daily Narbetheng, .. .. .MISS FYFE, I.. J; :f , Postmistress.
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
A !picturesque; postal, township on the Stevenson River, 62 miiles east of iMel bourne. 'IRtil direct to Healesville,ýthence dailyv oach. the road passinu over _the far famed Black Spur. The scenery at Mar ys ville is extre;inely pretty; -the Steveinson Fallsrfie two ?hiles'distant, aid. ' Todmmy's, Bend". and. Cumberland Creek- are [ near. It has two good hotels, state'school, police statioii' and twob storeslr;'' The. district'ifi piurely grazin .. It is ?iilnected'witlrNar-= hetl?,ian and Healeiville ?:y telephone. M. Keppel, posttiister Population, 80.
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
r.i Li. Buxton. . p oetal township on the Acheron River, 66 miles east of Melbourne. It has a large l hi iotel store; and state school. The district 'I Lt i,,piuitoral and agricultural, with several S ood firms. A cross-country postal ser , i i·'t ce . is aintained with Marysville And A' :"" 'lexandra by way of Buxton tri-weekly. ;1r:": J Sherwill, postmaster. Population, 50.
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894
flealesville W a-ter Trust. Constituted 10t1 January, 1890. Corn prisitg portion of Healesvdile Shire.' "For supplying Healesville township, and :part of the parish of Gracedale., Population supplied, 700. Comn,,issioners-All the iLunbers of the Shiie Counrcil: 'E ,.. Hall, Chairman. E. H. Cameron, M.LL.A., .Government nomi nee. Secretary anl collector--Chas. H. Alex ander. TreaTsurer--Jno. Cornhish The 'water : ate i. ' 1s : in 'the £,' based, on the miunicipal valuation :of property rated.' If by measure, 9d. per. 1000 gals.