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OUR NEW STORY. The Mystery of Bird's Reef. CONTINUED. CHAPTER V. THE MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

OIJR 'NEWY ST'ORY. :.: The: Mystery of Bird's Reef. (By J. ..L Barr.) ' ---(:o:)---. CONTINUED. ' ,CdAPTER V. THE MYSTERY. ? ILL went' away' stunned and stupified, return 'ij?.' ing almost involuntary to the same place where they had sat previously. ,Hours. passed away, while with bitter and remorseful examination he took him-.. self to task. Each act and 'deed passed in retrospectiom before, him, and he groaned "as~'he.. thqugnt of his worse' than wasted.tiltn'eland opporitfini?s %'He-liiight have'been. .a power for goOd--might hiave used the talent he knew 'he possessed-might at least nave shown hitiseif an 'upright industri,,us roan whose head had. nt been tu ned -by a sudden prosperity, worthy of the respect of his friends and of hier, instead of which he had fluitered round with the other.useless moths of society, and like them, thrown away his youth ana stiengtn upon billiards, trotting horses; p.trties, and such like. He had not 'to blame himself for absolute vice, heavy gamb...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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The Wizard's Legacy. CHAPTER X. DR. HAMILTON'S PATIENT. (continued) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

The Wizard's Legacy. BY E. J. LYSAGIST. CHAPTER X. ADR. HAMILTON'S PATIENT. (continued)' "Peter the great," her tiny lion dog, Jack's present from Cuba, lay on his cushion, awaiting her. What errand had brought Dr. Manuel thither Mary came in, and Daffodil began to make her night toilette, let ting the girl brush her long fair hair. " That will do Mary," she said, kindly. Good-night." "Oh! miss, Dr. Hamilton begged me to tell you, you were to be sure and take your glass of milk, most particular; and them strawberries, they are the last for the season, M'Kenzie says." "' Very well, Miry; I'll take both." Then Mary, with a curtsey, took herself off to bed, and Daffodil, wrapping her dressing'gown round her, sat down near the window, in her comfortable arm-chair. She lay back in her chair; she thought' of the past; how far away it seemed ! She dared not think of the future. " Peter the Great" became impatient; he crept about the room, wondering, no doubt, at the silence and dejection o...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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A REAL "FREAK." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

A. REAL " FREAK." ,What are you doing here?". askea a visitor of the young woman who sat on a front seat of a freak of nature" museum with her hlands folded under her apron. "Do you write with "yoni -toes, take snakes in your hands, or swillow. burning paper?" - :, '.,' No, `imaam; I'm the young lady that always wore:my dianiond engagement ring with the stone turned in whenever I went out in ompany, . . - ' "It nppc irs tiat goitre' is increasing in France, no fewer than 420,000 per sons being affehted in thirty 'of the dcpartments." It is technically a swclling of 'the thyroid gland. It i. often found accompanied by cretinisni'. which it seems is becoming more common in the valleys of the Alps nnal the Pyiences.' The origin of the term does not seem to be known; but it means imperfect development, not to say deformity, of the whole body, and is found 'chiefly amongst those who live' in th'e valleys of the moun tainous districts. * The Chinese cultivate an odourless onion. The word ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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58 Shields St. Flemington, 13498. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

!58 Shields St. Fleniinaton, 13 | 4 1 98. Dear Uncle Rube.-We had one week's holiday front sch;ol, 's it wvas Easter time. It was the Druid's Gala in town on Easter. Monday, and we could see the the proces sion, pass over the Newmarket Bridge,'it was a pretty sight. My Mother took,.us all down to the St. Kilda beach, we hadj nice day. We sawan man' .catchiig sofir Starfish, they were much funny things, and they seemed as if they werue lll .l?gs and no hody. The man caught one UiL Starfish and it died as soon as it enlme out of the water. I must now cnnalnde. I reimnin, your lnvine nicte ISABEL ALICE WICKHAM. . ged.13 years and 2 months.

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A RIDE WITH THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

A° RIDE WITH THE CZAR. Among the most famous eights of St etiersburg is a :fine equestrian statue in bronze of its renowned creator, Peter the Great. The figure--which stands on the left bankof the Neva, opppsite the Senate House-is appropriately mounted on a huge bl?ek of grey granite from East Finland which was one of Peter's first couquesti Thde great Czar- is represented as sittins erect on a rearing horse, and pointing with his right hand to the spot on the, oppasi, bank where he built with his own hainds i: 1704 the' first honse of his new capital while beneath his horse's hoots lies crushe,: the serpent that typifies the grovelling ig morance and superetitution which imlpede? his gnraid designs. Now, it happened that one cold nntunr: night, an . English- sailor, who- hald jllr landed from a newly-arrived cargo steannee was strollink ack acro,sas the Senate-Houls, -Square, and, as his ill luck wnul, have it 'stopped to take a passing look 'at the im perial statue. " Well, if t...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Healesville, April 7th, 98. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

:Healeville, April 7th, 98., My Dear Uncle Rube,-I hink I will stop from writing you 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, [ hope I will see you at Healesville on the Easter Holidays enjoying yourself. Deat Uncle Rube, I must draw my letter to a close hoping itj will find you quite well. From your Ever Loving Niece, ROSIE PHILLIPS. Age 12 years and three months.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

Marysvill&Awas favored with a superb 'day for their sports on Easter Moriday, anrd altogether- a-most enjoyable day was 'sp~th by'th6se who journeyed to the festive township. Messrs Sparke and Peters offi ciated as' juidges,' Messs: \V.' Barton, A. Sparke and D'Arcy, handicappers, and Mr. A. Sparke, starter. iThere was. a .very good attendance, and a whole crowd. of Melbourne people graced the racecourse with their. presence.: ?The, results of. the races' were as ,lindeir -Handicaip Flat RIse, 150 yards.-H. 'Robinson, (Thorn tiin) 1, 30s ; Palmer (Big River) 2, 10s.. uTiurdle 'Race::130 .yards.--.. -'Robinson 1.- 20s ; G..,Sparke, (Marysville) 2, lOs.' Hinp-Sttp-and-Jump.-?G. Barton (3 feet handicap),40 feet 8 inches, 1, 15s; G. Sparke (1 fobt handicap) 40 fret 2 inch~es, 2,5s. Sack Race, 80 yards.--J. Burchall, scratch, 1, 10 : S. Sparke," 4 yards? 2,,5es Siamese Racet 80 yards--.. Sparke'and.J. Kirwanl??; 10s;B. Barton and H. Robert so6li2, 5s Quoit Maitch.-Mr. A. Walker. ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

SATURDAY. On Saturday morning an int r'festin& meeting wias.lheld, with Mr. Pearson in the chair, for the advancement of the Junior C.E. movement, and the principal speakers wvere Miss Gregson, Miss KempandlMiss Slater, all pro minent 1workers in this field. We hear that as a result of. the meeting, it is proposed to form a Junior Society in Healeaville. In the' afternoon' aboutl'60 of:;the Endeavoiourers journeyed to Coranderrk Aboriginal Sbtation;Waki the echtoes on their way with pea's 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 had " taken two shots" at them 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 a...

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A Valuable Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 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 be done away with, This great vegetable sus tenance is compounded with other in gredietr, to facilatate the working, and to-day this remedy can be purchased the world all over and in Australia under the name 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 same action as the natural bile. Bile Beans are purely vegetable, and a cour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

A Popular Sailing' Enthusiast is Cured by Bile Beanis. SUFFERED FROM BILLIOUS ATTACKS, INDIGESTION, t CONSTIPATION, & PAINS , AFTER EATING. f PATENT MEDICINES UTTERLY f FALL. BILE BEANS EFFECT A '" TROROUGIH CURE. f One of the! most popular and ,prr nminent enthusiasts in yatcliinig is Mr. Joe Thiering, oftBalinain. Ht is one of the joldest members of the John stone's Bay Sailing Club and the Fly ing Spuadron, in both of which he has takeni a part- for a ' number: of years, lRe has been sailing in Sydney for 35 yearn, and his 'opini6n on this grand sport is regarded with great:'esteem. Although Mr. Theiring would be taken for a strong, healthy man, it was learnt a few days a:go that t behad t s uf fered: from I severe lious Attacks, Headaches, and Iridi gestion for a numbher of years. 'We give below a"letter received fromi Mr. Theiring stating that he haslbeen com pletely cured of these ailments by Bile Beans. Mr. Theiring's letter roads? aq followsq : - - 189 Darlin -treet,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

(Next Post OItice). G. S. Matthews, STATIONEl , . taborlashher and Tobacconist, I ESPECTFU LLY intimiates that he has i always in stock every requisit netes sary to be found in a wgll-cunducted.busi ness of this kind. Pancy Goods, Tobacco `& Cigars, Soaps, &. eerfumory,. school Requisites Stationery, all kinds Fishing Tackle, ~o. English Magazines and Newspapers, Newspapers Delivered gg. Or Posted to any Address. .0 Circulating :it Library. Patent, Homcepathic, anid:"orse Medicines Always on Hand. Licensed under the Pharmacy Board of Victoria. House Land, Estate, & Fire and L......ife Assurance Agent. - S* Having 'taken the premises lately occupied by the Shire Council, I will be able to give every attention to and afford all information in connectioo with the above business. Loans Negotiated, AUCTION SALES' CONDUCTED Commissions executed in Every Line of Business. HE ALSO HAS ON SALE Every Description of SVILDINCG ,:-: MATERIAL I Including oGalvanised Iron, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

SEASON 1897-8. ARGE CROPS and GOOD PRICES. FOR RMERSand PFRUITGROWERS is the wish of BEEHIVE STORES, llEain Street, Established 1886. Who in anticipation of a Good Season have made- Ekxtnsive. Pri?chases of DRAPERY, BOOTS and SHOES. Latest Novelties in DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, FANCY GOODS, BOLEROS. SEQUIN COLLARETTES. NEW "STOCK" COLZLRS!I & ', 'imm'ed Mil li .. : sp.ciality Dressnaina g by a FIRST-CLASS HAND * Fit Style and,'orkmanship Guaranteed. Fancy.Prints, M- .uslins, Nainsook. Batistes, Zephyrs,. canvau Cloths. Calicoes, Shietingi Drills, 'Tollands Striped Galatena. Fancy Drills. CLOTEING DEPARTMENT Men's, Youth's; and Boy's Suits, .Trousers & .Vests. Trousers. FULL -ASSORTED STOCK,. OF. NEWV GOODS. Hats, Shirts,.Collars and Ties. Suits to Measure. Fit. Guaranteed., RBOOTSI LargeistStock in the District. SBest, Makers Only GROCERY DEPARTMENT. BEST GOODS.: AT Lowest Prices : &GE.NCIlESI. Incandescent Gas Light, R'; ..oyal Insurance Coinpany. SINGER'S SEW...

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Healesville Police Court. THURSDAY, APRIL 14TH. (Before Mr. J. Keogh, P.M., and Messrs. J. Green and J. C. Baird, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

Uealesville Police Court. t THURSDAY, APRIL 14TH. (Before Mr. J. Keogl, P.M., and. Messrs. J. Green and J. C. Baird, Js.P.) C Constable: Hocking v. Alexander Younger.-Charged with lighting a fire on} lst. March, aid ,leaviniig samne fore extinguished, contrary to law.' Defendant pleaded guilty. Constable Hocking stated that fires were of frequent occurrence along the Yarra Liver, and the sufferers wished the defendant to be made" an example of. Damage to fencing ini the present instance was abouit L£1'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 opt...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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12/4/98. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

12 4 98. ?y DPear UnelTn Rohe,-1 wqnt-to cyclists' .nnmp vesterlav. and had breakfast there. I am nnw' staVinr'at Cliff Honse. Rye.' I got np at seven nelnck: yesterdav. and rode dnui'n to the camp on rlother's bicycle.. There- w-re two tents and a van. For breakfast I irnl anila porridge made ini a billy'. and soine ham. ' lhe oaityvleft for town yesterday mornin'. The party was made up of several ponlle. They were all on bicycles, and a van folinwed them with their provisions and two tents. The "Cer, berus" was here on battiorday, and I 'wverit out to the end of the pier, and.. saw :the searcl liihtas :olin:n for'tlie .trpedo bonats. and all the torpedo boats got within firing range without hein:i seen ?.*One torpedon boat got ip by the side of the "'Cerberns .' .without being seen. On Sunday the sailors and Naval Brigade of the " Cerherul " carne on the land at two oclock, till six ocloek. Pood bye. 'I-reiain Vour lnving nephew, ?:, . '. " E .iGEORGEo HANSON. Age 10 years 5 month...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

mpoitant to Advtertisers. t HORT NOTICES will be publishedrn THE GOUARPIAN at the following rates per insertion : Ten words, or under .. .. Is. Twenty words, or under ... 2s. One inch. ... ... 3s. r:Orders for withdrawal of quarterly da vertisements' must be in writing, aund adver tisemnents withdrawn. during the .urrency of a quarter must be paid for to, the end of the current quaiter. :Casual' Advertisements mnust, hear the .numberof inse rtions req uired, otherwise they. will be inserted and charged for till counter' manided. Casual advertisements'frequire to be iinsn hand; beforemisid day' °:eery '' Fri .day, otherwise insertion will :.not , be guaranteed. ;"4'persons handing in advertisements for. :insertion in this newspaper, or. ordering printing ,at this oafice, inill be held est o'tisible for payment for the same. ?+++·(· 1?/ ;.. . +' '. + : ++ ? Healesville Post andf Telegraph Office. Post office open fromi 9 a.n. to,6 p.m Telegaraiphl"ofliei.e "?o'pen froi"8.30 a ni. to 8...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Healesville 20498. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 30 April 1898

FHetlesille 20 1[4 I 98. )'Dear Uncle Bnahe -T was Inlking throuhb the - Guardlian " andl I saw that lias Mandle BIonna tot the most points i think her letter was a ve1ly good one ahnut the Peaonek and the nighltingale, there was great crowd of penple'ilp here at Easter, the Christian En deavour Chantanuqia was held'here they held their services in a ntarkee errectedi on the flat they held open air services in the afternoons at ditfferent parts nof the town the meetins were very gnoorld, they had an excursion picnic up to the Black Spur anl T wnt to it I enjnyed ,mnsell. very much I h l cin enjovedl your Easter holidays. I saw in Hose Plillip's letter that von have been to town for vor Easter. holidays. I spent Easter 1897 at 1Bendlign, the.prees sion there on Easter,3anday Wias splendid. The Gollen Square fire hlri:ide reel and enuiino were decorated with flowers it. took the prize in the procession the Earglehlawk fire hriradle wvere decirated alsn. they had a nmiber of stall hlit...

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POINTS GAINED BY COMPETITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 30 April 1898

POUITB GAINED BY COMPETITORS. c. AM. S. P. W. Ttl B.H. 20 18 14 8 6 65 11.B. 20 20 11 12 6 69 R.P. 20 24 13 8 7 72 W AV 18 26 10 9 2 65 TLe prize is thus won by Rosie Phillips again. Owing to the holidays, Mlande, your book was not sent. It has now been fur warded." A fresh competition is to hbe hl,1 and all particulars will appear In our next issue. UNCLE RUBE.

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Marysville, April 19th 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 30 April 1898

Marysville, April 19tlh 159S. My Dear Uncle Ituhe.-- saw by the paper I:.st week that I won the prize hut [ am disappinteld to think 1I have not re ceived it yt. \Ve are going to have our school picnic next T'L'uewlay arl I hope it will iue thie dtahy ns it is very. wet weather jiut now. The Fancy dress was a success. !'!her, is going to he a " Serviceu of S,"n," an1l a tenneert at the New Hall at Tat,,r'rty ,,nt the fillh of May by the Alexaundra Wes levan Sunlav School Choir. We are jcning to have a holilay on Thursday Eight hours day. As this is all the news I have to say I will conclude now Dear Uncle. I remain your affectionate ieie MAUDE IOUNE. Aged 12 years and 5 months.

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Healesville, April 27th, 98. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 30 April 1898

T-Iealesville, April 27t1h, 98. Mv Dear Uncle llobe,-As my letters seem?s to be always interesting to you. I am now gninS to explain all ablut our annual show. which is unw being held in a larsre tent in the township. The exhibits which are very nntmeronsincluding flowers, veetables. andi all such like that helps to imake it interesting to the shows held in the country, and are very tine displays, and I ant qulite clur are equlal to those shown at the larger towns, and I think even Mel Ilhourne. I a also better pleased to tell o)on that I entered a dish of yellow Tomaltres and securedl first prize, and also luy sister with a very nice dish of iced Sample. The flowers were stnetlhing splendid, so vn! will see altlhonglth Healesville is such a quiet little village thtat tile peop'e are very in dustrious on this respect. This is our see ond show hehld here and everyone. thinks it is itmprovine. so I hope to be able to give vo'l a wonderful account of our next. when r receive the editio...

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A Clerk in Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 30 April 1898

A Clerk in Trouble. " Leave the office this minute ! How dare you stay till this hour of the night ! If I catch you here after ten o'clock again it will go hard with you ! Don't you know that late and irregular hours tiring on indigestion and all that sort of thing ? Get out ! " The old gentle man may have been a hit harsh, hut he was quite correct in his statemlents. Irregularity is the cause of a great many disorders of the digestive organs, such as constipation, indigestion, head. aches, etc., and for any and all of these ailments there is no cure so good as Bile Beans. This remedy dates its e.x. istence from the discovery by an Ame rican medical tman of a certain vegetable substance which has tmhe effect in the digestive organs of nature's own animal bile. Bile Beans are revolutionizing all the old methods of treatmment for di gestive ailments. The old theory of pepsin, bismuth, starving, purging, etc., is to he entirely done away with. • This remedy has the peculiar properties ...

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