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Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

Narbetheong. A pretty pnstal hliillet situiated' t' the foot of'the Black Spur, on.Fisher's Creek,' 53 miles east of. Melbourne.. Hail direct to Healesville, thence' by coach 14 miuiles. It has a good hotel, and is connected with Healesville by telephone., Mrs. Williams, postmistress. Population, 20. .

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

THE "LOUIS VELVETEEN. The strictest examiner may try every test of touch and sight without discovering that these are other than ' a the Genoa Velvets which they so closely resemble, while the peculiar arrangements resulting in the fast woven - pile enable them to stand interminable and rough wear, which would ruin real velvets at four timunes the price. For Costumes and Trimmings it is unequalled, and in fact for all purposes in which Silk Velvet may be used we specially recom mend the "LOUIS" VELVETEEN. t Every yard of genuine bears the name of " Louris." May be had from all Drapers throughout the Colonies, most of whom will send patterns POST:F?S 'on a p plication. - ? . ?~~; !i? ERTHEIMN SEWING IMACHINES. SWRINGER SH E ET APSBURG PIANOS %5 , THE s S APSBURG ORGANS PERAMBULATORS "POR tJ, IIn SATANY OF THE a~mornms WERTHElM SSewing MachineDepLts. OVCK ER Coat. •"ie th as> n ,BiC s r wmn sed tm-or.o, end vt keep you dry I " LISA RR r k the hevdatotorm. ThM·e· POUUL BUlICgZ I Pf ...

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SABBATH OBSERVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

SABBATH OBSERVANCE. S (Br A..CIT DENIZEN). . W.hile ,on. a journey to one of the smost beautiful of the. many holiday resorts with which a beniticent Creator has. endowed" Victoria, I read an article on the above quiestiori'in':THE GUAR DIAN.- ." M.W.S." must know a good deal moreof the exhilarating scenery and bracing air of HealesvilIe thani of 21el bourne's unwholesome' factories and densely'populated suburbs in which the city toiler has to reside on the score of economy.. YWe know what it is to sit out on .the pavement for a breath of fresh, air . (so-called) on a hot, sultry night; anid now wde also knoow the in valuable invigorating influences of a Sunday excursion into the country. Many a Sunday in the Cheerless Mel -bourne .streets have I heard Wien who work from IMonday morning~.ill late on Saturday -night in shops-re8iark " God sees everyone except the. poor city worker." .And what wondr, when not only.our health-renewing country. but our improving picture galleries and li...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

I..EA`LESY? LLE SHIRE COUNCIL. I Iow-Dy, :FEBRUARY 26, 1894. ?Present-', Cr? J. M. :Keppel (presi t dent), anidi/Ors. Green, Walker, Hol- 2 an;--Nichols, M'Gretton, *Barton, t ifeiemits' and Hall. ' . The minutes of the previous meeting c were read and confirmed, on the motion e of Crs. Green' and Holland. CORRESPONDENCE. - The outward correspondence was read and adopted.:: . -.., .... The inward correspondence was read as follows:- tion to the' dangerous and almost im passable state of the .Dalry Road near Dalry Hill. The writer stated thath a small outlay would do away with the existing danger.-The engineer stated he had'attended to the matter,. From, Department of Lands of Siur vey, forwarding, at the request of Mr. Canmeron,; M .Ak , formsa of application. 'under the Settlement of- Lands Act . Received, From Jas. 0, Steel, withdrawing his appeal against his ratei valuation in consideration: of the reduction,'of 15s. in same. -Received. From T, King,' notifying, that he does not ...

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CRICKET CLUB ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

CRICKET CLUB ' ENTERTAIN MENT. t minstrel and variety entertainment was':held under the auspices of the t local Cricket Club on Wednesday night E and proved to'be one of the most success fulI concerts ever given ;here. The Recreation Hall was- packed to. over flowing, and the Cricket Club will gain to. a very considerable: extent." Be fore we proceed fu'rther, 'we ?must ex press the sentiments indulged" in. by every one, we had conversation ?ith on the subject, viz., that somebody was entitled to great credit for the :really perfect and excellent way in which the stige had been -prepared.'for the occa- sion. This credit, we hasten to state is entirely due'to Mr. A. Hart, the hon. sec. of the club, and his amiable" better half," to whom we mustsay, the greater half of the "credit is due: With the generosity of Mr. W. Montgomery to work upon,'. who, although compara~, tively a stranger in our midst, with commendable liberality offered to fur nish all the.draperies .required, Mr. and '...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER. BIEAESYILLE. . First-Class, Stock OF Crockery, Grocery, N1 D ST.;T'NIOET. The Best Quality. of. Bread in the .District! . SCome and See, andiiudge-for Yourself. HEA ?LE VII.L E WAREEHTQSE, NIcuHOLsoN STREET, HEALESVILLE (Next Post Office). Q. j 5atthew', STATIONER, Hasbrbedasher and Tobacconist, SESPECTFULLY intimates that he has always in stock every requisit neces sary to be found in a 'vell-conducted busi ness of this ~ind. Fancy Goods, Tobacco & Cigars, Soa3s & Perfumery, School Requisites, Stationery, all kinds, Fishing Tackle, ~c. English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Delivered S Or 'Posted to -any Address. .ED JUST1BECEIVED1 . A LARGE CONSIGNMENT .-OF' JARS T JARS Ja.LS FRUIT JARS JARS PRESERVING JBRS JARs:L= J'ARS Wide Moiiths. ..lelivered, , 'a: 'Per Dozen. AGENT FORl POULTON, +&_.OWEN'S HOM4EPATHIC . :MEDICINES. S- Every Description of PATENT -MEDICINES -.-. Kept in Stock. House, Land. Estate, Commission and Insurance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

J. CULLEN, Proprietor. ..,; 'fI K Proprieter respectfully intinate* JL that Visitors and Tourista will find re. rill" jcndi and cosinfortable ac ci~ouoda' ' tifis t hiisold-eetabliIshed hostehlry Ales..' Wines, and Spirits ol the B- best ;Brands. f,.. I-c Gharges 'foderate. Staabling Free. JOB APRINTING .: GUARDIAN OFFICE:, LI··icf L r~ ADVANCE .:HEALESVILLE !;. 1 S w WS ek? fNews esae ,.Printed and Published at Ethe Office NICHOLSON STRE'ETTHEALESVI LLE. Is' the S :Printed ' 'ealesville, Yarra Glen, Lilydale, : Warburton, Marysville, u' e Wnel , - , ... Niesae 0NOUR O EWSi 'sER '' " " ' Friday Mor . . - ' .;. ,. * "' ::" , ,;S rSCBCE .TIO . :. ' T....A.n, m..: he Proprt i's its bousden du to Support and Advcatnd the Youbli gener Rig hts and is now r s. repared, ,, *He le .svil, Yaria" -Glen, Lil rdale, Warburton, Mary sville, S Buxton, riptio ofperob rintinLaunchinga i ~Supp A rtest Enceura SURROUNDING P N IESHPAE THE 1GUAR;DIAN wVill bepublishedre'very "s ..I . .. .: . .. Four oi ...

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Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

iealesville shIre. Constituied a lshire, 30tli "September, 1887. Area-200 square uiiles. Popula :tion, 1225; nLtepavers on roll, 292. An nnal value. 112,602; rate, Is. in .~. le •venue; £2.900. .. .President of Shire--Jno.:1. Keppel. Councillore. Thos. Barton ... ... Retires, Aug.; 1894 Charles Walker ... , ,, 1894 John :M'Gretton .. ,, ,, 1894 Elmund J. Hall ...,, 1895 'Thos. Clements ... , 1895 John Green .. ' ... ,, , 1895 Jolm Holland... .... , ....: .,, 1896" .John 3I. Keppel ... ,, 1896 Edward Nichols ... ,. ,, 1896 The Cotinecil meets at Daly's Hall on the ': lst'Monday in the rmonth. Officers. !I Secretary; collector, valuer, and inspector of nuisances-Chas.-L .Al-exnuder,- " ..Engineer-Alex. Rodgers, C.E. Health officer-J. C. Baird, M .B.B.S. Treasurer-Jno Cornish. Do? registrars--Joseph 'Hall, Heales will Henry Robinson, Marysville.

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Mechanics' Institue and Free Library.! [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

Mechanics' Institue and Free Library.! .. Open daily from half-past, two. till half-: past five, and from seven till ten p.m. Librarian-Miss R. Cornih.'

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AT THE "BAILE." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

AT THE "BAILE." •Gerry, engineer at the Aladdin, was drunk. He hal been in that condition ever since the "grand opening" of the ..Gold Bar liquor dispensary. Barnes,. the superintendent of the Aladdin group was mad.: This state of mind on" the part of the "old man" also dated from the grand opening aforesaid. These conditions resulted in Mr. Gerry's retirement froui his position as. engineer, and left him free to exchange '..his," time," even unto. the last cent. for the very doubtful oblivion-producer dispensed at. the' Gold `Bar and other' institutions of- its kind, of which there. w;- ere several- in camp. The old mar hesitated before letting G erry!go. Itis usually easy.enough to find plenty of 'nen to thump a drill or dump a car, but good engineers are not always available. , So Barnes reasoned and pleaded with the erring Gerry, and tried every possible way to .get him to sober up, and go back to work,: but without success. :,Gerry would promise to go on shift ; he woud- proiui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 2 March 1894

OLINDA BAKERY. .. .3 AND CASH GROCER; . MAIN ST., LILYDb LE . .. Cash Price: List! Oatmeal, 71bi bags, 1s. No. 1A Sugar, 121b. 3s. Tapiocai.61bs, Is. Sago, ,71bs. Rice, 51bs. Is. Wax Vestas, 4s. per'gros, ocr4jd. pkt. Safety &Eatehes, 2d. per dozep, .or ls. S:6d. per gross. Candles,- 6d.per lb. I: .. ::: Best-:inegar,.ls. 3d, per gallon. i Fresh Herrings, 6d..per tin.'. Large Sardines, 7"d. per tin. Small doj 4d. per tin. ' Salmon, 8d. per tin. . Tomato Sauce, 4d.:per bottle.: .,..; English Worcestershire Sauce, .4d. ; TOB.ACCO_: Derby,,4s. 10d. per lb. Cable.Twist, 3s. per lb. Whiting, 201hs; for 1s. Large Tins Best Baking Powder, 9d. - per tin. " Pickles, 6d. per bottle. Blacking, 3d. per dozen. Borax Soap, 4.d. per bar. Household Soap, 5 bars for s,. . Best Roller Flour, 15s. per bag.. No. 1A Sugar, 16s. 1d. per bag. Sharpe's Axes, from 4s. 6d. Brooms, from Is. Best Kerosene, 6s. 6d. per case. Orange Marmalade, 2d. per tin. ,. Starch, 4.d. per lb. . " Jam, 21b. tins, '6d....

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LA FEMME ET LA FAMILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894

LA FEUM?ME ET LA FAMILLE. The nfew doctrine provides for the elevation of the social, condition ofi worbi n and families. The revolutionary; socialism whichlis to modify the economic state and the political order of society, aspires also ..to transform the manners, the ;family, and. the condition of woman. These doctrines are given as a.penacia and specefic against all evils which aflict societies;. .The historic theory by .~Marx and Engels is that the change in the material circumstances: will reverberate throughout the whole social orgaiinatioi, eiibracing.the rights of private property, _.inheritance, and cobstitution of the family. To enchain and entangle ohe of those institutions is to alter the .other. The present: actual system consecrates the inequali ties of the rights of womanr to the man, whoi sibmits and is subordinate thereto. The programl e of Gotha demands for the woman alsolute equality, Leib 'knect, at.the Congress at, Halle, main tained .expressly Ithis.. requireme...

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MINISTERIAL TRIP THROUGH THE SHIRES OF ALEXANDRA AND HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894

MINISTERIAL TRIP THRQTUGH SrBE SHIRES OF ALEXANDRA 1 AND HEALESVILLE. :On Monday last the Primier and a party "of members of Parliament started, on a tour through the Alex andra, Yea, and Healesville districts. AtYeathey?wgre methy t.epregident 'and couiicillors iof the'"shire.r" These gentlemien'droivetlie'visitors all around the town a'nd oui't iiito the ranges:a con siderable distance, ini order that' they might see what. is generally described as. a very picturesque and well settled rural district.' In` the afternoon the party was entertained at a banquet in the Shire Hall, which was attended by about 100 residents.. On Tuesday morning the.party set out on their return to Melbourne, by road. The trip was undertaken in half a dozen double-seated buggies, and during the day 53 miles were travelled through the ranges between Alexandra and Healesville. For two thirds of the journey the tourists passed through most delightful scenery, includ ing the ascent and passage over the Black ...

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Electoral Registrars. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894

Electoral Registrars, G. V. Furmston, Healesville; Jno. M. Keppel, Marysville; Jno Ewart, Launch ing Place.

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Nature of Country. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894

Nature of Country. Mountainous; heavily timbered ranges, with giant gums, beautiful waterfalls, fern. gullies, and magnificeuitscenery.

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Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894

Local & General- News. i SA: most unrfortunate' a-cciden't happenedi oniMdnday last to Mr. E. Furmston,. of this town. It-happened that while he was: harnessing:- up his team of horses, one of the trace-chains became entangled about his left. leg, owing to the unruliness of a fidgety horse'' The chain tightened to such 'a degree that it snapped the unfortunate man's leg just at the knee-joint, and it is thought the knee-cap is also fractured. Dr. Baird attended to the sufferer's injuries, and on Tuesday morning the patient was taken to the Melbourne Hospital, Mr. E. J." Hall, :with- that spirit: of: generoisity' for which he .is" noted, kindly accompanying the sufferer on the journey and attending to his ,wants. Mr. Furmston has a wife and young family dependent upon him. -A short time ago a serious accident happened to Mr. Jennings, managerlof Mr. Miller's Blackwood Park estate. It appears that whilst endeavoring ,to head a bullock through a swampy piece of ground, Mr. Jenn...

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Industries. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894

Industries. Fruit and hop growingand timber cut tingI

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Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894

Places of Note. Fernshaw, B1,uck Spur, Stevenson Falls, Mathinna Falls, Condon Falls, Malleson's Look-out, Mount Juliet,, Mount lRiddell, Mount AMonda, Mount St. Leno:ird, COnran derrk aboriginal 'stationd; and .'Don River

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Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894

'residentr -Mr GW. V. Edgcombe. 1 - r; Secretary-Mr W. M'Sweeney.

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THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. Counties—Anglesey and Evelyn. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894

STHE NEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. Counties-Anglesey and Evelyn. Parishes-Buxton, Glenwatta, uarbethong Stevensons, and part of Gracedale'and Granton. Province-Sout tlh-Eastern. Members of Council-Honns .fas. Balfq ur, Jas. Buchanan, and F. S. Dubson, LI.D. Electoral District-Evelyn. Division ?fealesville. Member of Assembly'-E. l. Cameron. Eleetoral District-Anglesey. Division fMarvsville. Member of Assembly f. K. MPKenzie.

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