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HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT (Before Dr. Baird (chairman), and Messrs. T. G. Chandler and Jno. Green, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898
IIEALESVILLE POLICi CO'URT ; ----------. (Before Dr. Baird (chairman), and 1' Messrs. T. G. Chandler and Jno. st Green; Js.P.), aI Constable Hooking v. John Biggs. d -For non-compliance with the Educa tion. Act, in not sending a lad named d Thos. Mason to school the required " nUnlier of days.- The ollicer stated a he had learnt that the boy had left the disti-ict some time an.o, and he asked l that the cas e be withdrawn.-Granted. P Sanis' . 1. Harrison.-For neglect- ' ing to send his child, Jessie, to school n in conformity with the Act. Second a offence. Fined 5s., in defiult. six C hours' imprisonment. Same v. Mary Hetlirton.- Similar offn'tnce--Fir-it. comnplaint. Fined 2s. : 6d., in defauli six hours' imprisonment. Saime..v.. Chas. Andrews -Similar c offence. Srcond complaint. Fined'5s., " in default six hours' imprisonmenit. Applications for stage carriaget licences were made from Percy A. Burt and James Henry Street. No ri oljections. Granted. Thos. King, an officer of the H...
HEALESVILLE WATERWORKS TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898
RIEALES17ILLJC;WATERWORKS TRUST: Tte uisual meeting of the` above Trust :was held on WVednesdny inthe Shire 'all. Present-Codn. Matthews (in ' t!ihe t~lair); ~ittcd Cms:'Barton, Chandletr, Bailey, tin Sloss: The iprivibts tlinutles were tdFed arid confirr.ied CORRESPONDENCE. Froni Under-Treasurer of Victdria, forw?ardiig note of interest (£101 5s.) due and accruing to the 31st inst. by the Trust, and stating same should be paid over to the Receiver" and Pay mastbir; if pdssible, by the 31st instant. -To be paid at neit meeting: From proposed Waterworks and Irrigation Trusts Association, request ing atthndance of a delegate at a meet ing to be held on Wednesday, 15th Fetbruaty next, at the Town Hall, Melhourne, and forwarding requisition ticket to enable delegate to tra?vel.at special fare.-Comr. Sloss moved that the chairman be appoint.ed -to -act as delegate. Com. Barton seconded. C.tr ied.-Comur. Matthews thanked the Commissioners for laving ap- k pointed him to the positioi, and ...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 December 1898
HEALESVILLE' SnIRE n COUNCIL. The above coiuncil trahnsaicted its or- C dinary monthly btlsiness in the Shire &lt; Hall on MOnday last. Present-'Cr. Chaidtder (president), and Crs. Barton, ei Mcttliews, Bailey, ',id Sloss. iii Tlie.'iiduirtes of. the previous meinet' ing were read and 'confiriied on lmotion hi of. Crs. Sloss and Mattlthews. 1 0'totwaYd correspondence vas 'read sii uii 'ila t %ieeting. It Froin AiYt'iti flospital for inciur- s ables, asking +for 'idivivbal codnriliu-, C tion from codiicil,'ol F ie'rs.--fRi ye'dlld t Froin Public 1Health 1 eparttnent, I forwardinrg copy of 'ininutes.-Re- t cei,ved. ing that. the time is apprbaching for at the coldhetion of agricilthral and in dustrial statistitics.-The secretary ex- ni plained 'that the matter iwa onie which tr he'ani'mually attended to. Fro i Shire. Secretary, Wa'ragul, ., inviting coun'cil' a"htit'i?dht to copies of st resolutions cturraed ait a 'ineeting of &' lthat:};irev&., t.t?t stiepgihe...
AN AIM IN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
AN AI iN LIFE. Most girls wish to be the centre of a happy home; but niu-ny of them are indifferent about the meansi of making themselves lit to Ibe such a centre. They think hlien love comes it will'do everything;? and it is true that it will do wonders.' 'But a girl shoild re member that if she is well she can bnake her family happier than if she isi always _ailing. She ought to reflect that good hous.akeeping does much to Sinmae home attractive ; that if she is inusi'al, her singing will calm the tfotubled waters, while if she is not, "hlr practising will be a burden ; that there are. some studies which hear direcLly on life, and somne others which will be of infinite use to a mother in training her children. Bearing these facts in mind, is she not more likely to have a happy home than if her' aim had been less definite , But what of the girls who choose this aim, and who never have a home Their lot is hard, but they mnay add happiness to some home not their own. If they are not ...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
ExTrP.Acrs FRO GAME AND FISnFI.ES Atres. 54 Vict. No. 1095, clause 5.-Wilfully de. stroying. netting, or using other means for killing or taking imported game at any time. Peualty-£2 and value of bird or animal (se schedule below). Clause 6.-Do. do. native game during close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to be for each bird or animal. Clause 7.-Buying. selling, or knowingly having in possession, house, or control, any imported game or native game during close season. Penalty-Imported game, £5 and Ile of bird or animal ; native game Clause 8.-Taking eggs out of or destroy ing nest of imported or native game,, or hav ing eggs in possession. Penalty-lo0s. each egg. Clause I1.--Laying poison for or poison. lug gaime. Penalty--£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed) or injured. 51 Vict. No. 1093. clause 35.-Taking, selling, or exposing fod sale any fish during close season .or such fish. Penalty-Not :: I an £'20. an:l forfiture of fish.
HEALESVILLE RACES. ENTRIES AND HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
IEALESVILLE? A?LCES ENT'IES AND HANDICAPS. The following are the en tries and the weights for the ;various bevents rt be decided at. the annual .fiet~'ig otf the Healesville Turf Club, to be iuifn for on Monday-next-:--. SHIRE PLATE. W. M.'Saeeiey's IMP, 5yrs ... 9 0 Nichol Bros.' DOLLY aged ,...:8 4 TIhos. Hope's TRT 3rs ... 7 H. Ockwell's B LAC, K TRACKER, 5yrs. 7 0 T. Hudson's BOB KLO --: DYKE, aged -., .. 0 FLYINOG IANDICAP. st. IhI. T." Sahelberg's, jun:, ch. h. TE.MPLESTOWE, aged... 10 7 Mrs. J. K. Prout's br.'h. AD MIRAL COOK, 3yrs. ... 10 4 3. Irvine's ch. g. BIKE, 5yrs. 9 9 J. Lithgow's br. g. CYCLIST, aged ... .... :.. 8 12 T. Sabielberg's, .jun.,- br. g. AGONY, aged .. ...8 7. J. Lithgow's b. g. CYCLONE, 4yrs ... ... :8 2 J. Irvine's ch. m. FAST 'LADY, 4yrs. ... ... 8 0 H. Supple's ch. mn FLOR ETTA, aged ...... 7 10 J. Poyner's ch: m. CRICKET, aged ... .... ... 7 0 Pithlc Bros' . b .. m'OLLY, aged ... . 0 IHI. Ockwell's br. g. BLACK .TRACKER, 5yrs. ... 6.10 J. Norgot's b....
SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
SPOITýNG NOTES:. ORICKET. Three matdhes -have alrei ry been arranged for the firt% month of the new year, and cricket loc?lly i Thairly humming. A match will be played this ai?er noon between a team of visitors styled the Williamstown Ramblers and the' local eleven. The members of the Healesville club are requested to be on the ground punctually at 2.30, in order to make an early start. A meeting of the Healesville 0.0. will be held on Wednesday evening to make arrangements for' the reception of the Marysville players' who are, to visit here next Saturday.: Heidelberg are to come here on, the 26th January. The following should be interesting to local cricketers, as the individual spoken of is Well-known by them:: Fisher Marks is an aboriginal cricketer in the Dimboola district, famed both as a fast Lowler and free bat. His ab sence from .th.?Western Bailiwick team in Melbtoarne'occurred in rather an interesting manner. Great interest was taken locally in a match lately played betwee...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
THE TURF. Mr. J. Irvine ahnosd c eiiM the hoard at the Glen on Mdhidiy, for out of six events he got holild four times and also a second. Not too bad, this, when you think of it. M'Donald, the jockey, who, by the way, hails from the Murray, proved himself a good man in the. saddle. "and his vigornus riding was a theme of favor able dot unent. s fe i&hndcti6n wvith the annual races here oti Monday, picntiekers and others are rc?innded thait they will not be allowed to light any fire on ithe race course. Hot water 'ati lie procured from the fruit stall. V ehicles and horsemen will be charged one .J?illing for admission, and as everry conveni ence has been provided for the 'comfort o' patrons, the New Year's Day cele bration should be in every- relpect an enjoyable one.
YARRA GLEN RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
YUhaRA GLE:4i RACE CLUB. - ANNg.UAL-MEITINiG. The annual :race meeting of the above club was brought off on Monday last' (Boxing Day). The sun shone out 'rther hot for outside amusement, but nevertheless this did not interfere with :'the. atte'dance, 'which was as. good as at previous mneetings of tie club. -'h, oflicis of'., the club all `worked ,hard to insuire the success of the meeting, and iti'ithus i.jy vere successful, as eveerything passed off iJn a satisfactory manner.-- The betting fraternity. i;di'1ithere in "reatrnum bers, and in some. instances appeared to be 'struck " rather heavily, as it appeared to be a commt'n.'occurrence during the afternoon to see t??e. cky backers, or rather unlucky, after seeing their ?ancy winning . the race, to be 'mhet with the cool announcement.tliat the layer of odds "could not fpay It must not e thought that ':all the "bokides"' were of- this clss, as there were oterswho paid'a"eirwavs and had no cause to "'balance" with their 'clients. I...
WOOD CHOPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
, W.WOOD..C ifOPPiNG. .A. Bryan and W. Donnelly' went to Daylesord on Monday; but nieither had, any chance of winning. - Their logs were about the worst on the ground. Tomassina:got second in the final, but his blocks were altogether different to the timber which was cut by the two first-named. The local men were, 'not treated none too well so far as the description of the wood was concerned, for whilst some of .the competitors had their logs t'rimmed off, thus allowing the sap to dry 'gut of the wood, no privilege such as that' ras conceded to the Healesville men, the result being that they were handi capped out of the contest. Tomassina and M'Nulty.are b?atched for ~50, the contest to take place on the 10th February. Much has been said and little done in connection with the much talked of contest between Bryan and Tomassina, and it seems regrettable that two such expert axemen as those mentin'ed should not be able to tdziie to a thorough unders'tahitg and determine the supremacy O...
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) STATE SCHOOL EXAMINATION. (To the Editor Healesville Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
COORRESPONDENCE. (We d whot necessdr8ily. endorse -the opiitons of our co'iespondents.) STATE SOCBOOL EXAMINATION. (To the. .dator Healesville Guardian.) SIR,-It is just aliout a month, ago that the local State- school .was puit through its annual examination, and I think it is about time the result was made khid*n d6 the piilblic. We resi dents of Healesville want to know how. our children are getting along in their school duties, and the annual examina tion is always looked forward to as an indication that the standard o6f'`.the schdol is being mitititairind; I nioti~ed. in your issue .of the 10th inst. that you gave the percentage result of the Corranderrk State school, and have been watching each issue since for our own result, but have not so far been gratified; rind I now ask; Mr:. Edit'dr, who is to blame for this neglect, as we parents liavd.a peifect right to know the l?slilt of eath exnination. I have heard it gaid that Sonib ds Bhol teachers express.the iight .to:hold bac...
WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
WIT ANI HlUIIOUR. .You should never run into debt if you can get anything else to run into. An agricultural editor says that the best article he ever saw on milk was cream. The merchant may know nothing of the pugilist, iut.he hais daily struggles with the price-fighter. ''ll bet,' said Chollie, 'judging from the way those trousers shrink, the wool was shorn from an unusually timid lamb.' If you are told that you resemble a great man, say notliing. It may be that- the resemblance will cease the moment you open your mouth. - V You have:deceived .nme.; Didn't you tell me you loved iiie r 'No, I was very guarded about that. I only told you I worshipped thi ground you walked on.' A Lancashire nevsprpe tellsi the following good story ) " An old country gentleman, ..returning homne rather late, discovered :a yokel' with- a lantern under his kitchen window, 'who, when" asked his business' there, stated that' he had come a-courting ' Come a-what t' said the irate gentle man. ' A-courting, s...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1893 RING OUT THE OLD-RING IN THE NEW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
S;r PUBLISHID SATURDAY MIORNINGS. St SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1898 sr RINC OUT TIHE OLD--RING IN i THE NEW. AT the hour of 12 o'clock to night, the u year of 1898 will have past and gone, s, and be numbered 'with - those which haie"gohne' before. Another rung in o the historical ladder has been almost , reached, and to-m?orrow we enter the t portals and prepare ourselves to tread a anew the. path. which is to direct us e either serenely or otherwise-. through t the coming year, but for that part let the futhre determine. No time is. so fitting as the present .to let one's , tho'igh?s 'tan fancies live again the t few brief months t'lirouglh which they , have passed, atid afford theiem a retros pective glance of the'hadows and sub-. stance which has fal - _ilt during that lapse. of tine,. -for at. this time of the year we are prone to take a backward view of the things done' iy us in the body through the period we have lived. ".To many the occasion I recalls recollections which have be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
His Liver gives him Fis and Starts, but C!ements Tonic Acts with a Celerity that Astonishes Him. The Case of Mr. Joseph Meyers. (From the " JI'isador Autstra!?an.") (BaY oUst saP da. RnPRoaER.) T"nAT is still called Old Goverihient House, siamate in George'street, Windsor, is now, the residence of Mr. Joseph Meyers, Painter and Contractor. It was here that a reporter from the A tstra. lian .was fortunate enough to find that gentleman. "I come to learn something of Your Present Good Health," said the reporter "Co:cerning My illness, you mean," re plied MIr. M?yers. "I shall be pleased to tell you ,lI about it." Our reporter seated him.elf opposite MIr. Meyers, who said "' My energy began to wane away. I used to wonder what was the matter with me, for my work, in whieh I once touk a pleasure, now became a burden to me. I Was Always Tired, and was just as weary at the commence ment of the day as at the finisk. A queer pain started.in the -nrper po"aws of my back. It. fell like a sharp ...
A QUEER STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
About t;lr'ee o'clock in the morniing, as a man was p:assin, , down Ath,.l-road; Sunderland, in the IIlluin district, he saw a coiuIplete outfit of clothing hanging on some railings. lie thought it a rather stran;ge circus, stanuce, and, being an hottest man, he informe tlihe police at the Hrndonu Police station, and they fetched the clothes. It was a good suit; and in the pockets was discovered a watch and other articles; but in money there was only one half penny. The suit i)wa brought to the Centiril Police Station, and duqring tlie morning' a young man, 19 or 20 years of Rgge, camue up and'clain,(bd them, and they were handed o'er to him. He coultd give no accountihow the clothes came to be in Athol street. All lie kniows is that the only article of .attire he brbught honle was his walking stigo. There is no doubt, however, that 'owing to the heat or somte other cause he undressed himself in' A. thol-street, anud lumi his clothes, as he thought, on the peg in his bedroom. Then h...
BUXTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
BUXTON RACES. The annual race meeting of the Bu'ton Race Club was held on Box ing Day. There Was a good attend aifte of the public from the surround ing 'diltrifts, and altlough thie fields were small, the racing throughout was interesting. The officials of the club worked hard to make the meeting pass off successfully, and in this they suc ceeded. Followin g are. t'h results of the raccing: H- URDLE RACE: R. Dol.son's Ethel, list. 51b. (D. . M'Gegor) ... ... 1 T. Hodson's Bob Klondike,' 10st. (J. Lawreice) ... ... 2 D. Robertson's Sailor, lost. 71b. :(J, M'Murir) "- . .. 3 Ethel; who von rather.. easily, went out at 2 to 1 on. MAIDEN. PLATE. J. BuIhi'alls cky, c lost. lO 1. (J. Burchall) ..... 1 J. Nichol's Faaugh-a balleiglr' 10st. 41: (:." J: Hity4... ;._,.'. 2 Won by a,lenigth. SHIRE PLATE. Nichol Bros.'Dolly 10st.. 511,. (W? J. flay) ~ ;. .. 1 J.` Burchall's DFc y, l10t.: (J."` Burdchal) ..... 2 -T. Hodson's Bob Klondike, 9st. 71b. (Parker) .. ... . . TRT lICdi'Fty'; K-ate scr....
WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
g7AT IS AIT AD ' AN American paper thus defines it i-- - he life-blond of modern business. A money-maker, getter, and saver. A flash of information to all the people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields ptiie gold iin aIrge dividcnds. The key-note of progress in theli mIllrch to suc'css. lThe dealir's sure toad to success A medliumn for. the ic?.eI" (1e o~ That mehic, loomts the p crO anri cal iches the u, l w ,r l i.? . A..i intelli-,, t I m,:,,ý1 .I " in '?.!litI",t ]'Rsn,,al o ai i l uili,: t.L, , ,i::; r: c1" list muonev. Tie concer--;oInle the "'t:.le o :i eic :' rhe icler:.isC p ower con ceittag ttadu
A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 31 December 1898
A Narrow Escape. Accounts of ' hair-breadth " ebcapes are 'alva~n: move or less interesting to. the general reader, so we venture to give here `o'ne related by a Mr. Kirwin, an old Maori veteran, *ho in his timn has seen some pretty close calls. The followilig itory he is very fond of re lating, and does so with great entlhus iasm :-" I was a sufferer from libe'i affections fo 'years, and could find n6 relief until I tried Bile Bcuns for Biliousness. My main trouble arose fro?tfthe state of my liver, brought oti by constant biliousness. My lsppetite, once good, almost entirely failed me. In fact, I took a great dislike to food of any sort. This, for a muar of my, calling--a carrier-was a severe affi:c tion, for my Godily strength naturally gave way from loss of sustenance, andl I found it next to aipossible. to do a full days work. Of course I tried remedies of various sorts, but found little, if any; relief. Life became more or less of a t,urden; and I hegan to think that I was doo...