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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
Fealesille loel, J. CULLEN, Proprietor., T'EH? Prpripeter" respectfully intimates ---- .that Visitors and Tourists will find. really good and, comfortable acconimnoda tion at his old-established hostelry Ales, Wines, iuand Spiilts of:he Best Bfrands. . lCbhargtea Moderate. StablUzg Free. Ii j JOBR.-PRINTIING 0 0 o. AT THE, ,;j,! ,,,,G U A R DI AN O F F IC E . r: Ji i .I· m ! 'i' I.mfl Im -- 1fJ(Vf ADVANCE :r HEA LESVILLE! - . .. ... 2,, ?36 A New Weekly Ne spaper :, .: , Printed and, Published at the Office,. NIC,HOLSON STREET,' HEAL.ESVILLE., Printed : : ' ' In the Shire of Healesville Support and Encourage YOUR OW .N NEWS .. PAPER For it is its bounden duty to Support and. Advocate Your Rights and Interests.. : . Buxton, Upper Yarra, Lainching Place, Eltham, :...;.. . ..... .... . .............. ........... .. .. :And all the ll ,, SURROUNDING PARISHES. THE GUARD•A"N will be published ev "ry riaiv ornig .: t the Loiest Possible Rate I I - 1 - . . SHSupport andgncora .... N: &a...
Law. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
Law. B:ailiwick-Centrial. Police M;agistrate-Mlajor' Genore F. Bartrnp. Sits every third Thursday in the month. :' Justices of the Peace--E. B. COamron, M.L.A.,' D. Crichton, J. Eson, Jno. Green, E. Kidney, J. C. Steel, E. Nichols, and J. '31. Keppel (president of shire). Sessions-Thursday, at 10 a.m. Clerk of Courts-Daniel Berriman.;
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
Ilcalesville Shire. Cnnstituied a shire, 30th September, 1887. Area-200 square miles. .Popula tion,.122a5; ratepayers on roll, 292. An nal value, £12,602 ; rate, Is.in .i. Re venue, £2,900.' President of Shire-Jno. 1!. Keppel. Councillors. Thos. Barton ... ... Retires, Ang., 1894 Charles Walker ... . ,, 1894 John M1'Gretton ... ,, ,, 1894 Edrlnnd J. Hall ... ,, ,. 1895 Thns. Clements ... ., ,, 1895 John Green .... .... ,, ,, 1895 John Holland... ..:. , ,, 1896 J.lhn M. Keppel ... , ,, 189 Edward Nichols .. 1890 The Counceil meets at Daly's Hall on the last Monday in the month. i Officers. :Secretary, collector, valuer, and inapector of ntliances-Chas. H. Alexander, Engineer-Ales. Rodgers, C.E. HealtIh otlicer-J. C. Baird, M.B.11.8. Treasurer-JIno Cornish. Dog registrars---oseph IIall, Heale, ville ; Henry Robinson, lMarysville.
Sunday Excursion Trains. DOWN [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
Sunday Excursion Trains. Prince's B1ridlge, dep ... ... 11.0 am llealesville. arr ... .. 1.0 pm Up: Healeaville, dep .. 6.30 pm Prince's Bridge, arr ... ... 9.10 pm Fares :-First class return, 3s: "second class return, 2s. : Children under. 4 yeats; free over,4.and under 12, half fare. These, tickets. will be available for re turn by 630 train only?. .
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
Ilealesville Post and Telegraph OffiBe. I Post office open from 9 n.m. to 6 p.m." Telegraph oftice open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Post office savings bank open from. 10 n.m. to 3 p'.m' ; Saturdayys:fromi 10 a.m. to 12 noon. - :: . ' Mailsclose for-?. Melbourne , 6.45 am and 1?0.15 am , daily.: Intermediate. : 7.15 pm ,.' Mlarysville and, ... .. 9.30 am daily Narbethong J S Arrive from Mielbonrne, &d.; 9.40 am 2.40 piii7.30 pm daily. . . Marysville . .and :. .. 7 pm dailyi Nurbetlheng .n:.. MISS. FYFE,. ' , .Postmisti esi.
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
TlMarysville., ~ SA picturesque, postal township on thej Stevenson River, 62 miles east of Mel hournei. Rail direct to Healesville, thence' daily coach, the road passing over the fur famed Slack Spur." The scenery at Marys ville is exfremely pietty; the Stevenson 'Falls are two miles distant; and "Tommy'd Bend" and Cumberland. Creek,are .nearý It has two good.hotels, state school,' plice station, and two stores. Tuie'district is purely grazing. 'IIt is conniected with'Nar bethon nd:Healesville:'byJi..telephlnei
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
Buxton. j postal township on the Acheron River, 66 miles east of Melbourne. It has a' large ,it bf / hotel, store, and state school. The district' is pastoral and agricultural, with several S g?ood farms. A cross-country postal ser ' ' v"ice is maintained with Marysville and ,~ 1 :,!SAlexandra by way of Buxton tri-weekly. J. Sherwill, postmaster. 'Population, 50.;
THE FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
-THE .FIRE BRIGADE. A special meeting of tow~l council lorsd was held at the Secretary's office last Saturday,:in connection with the above. - -Presetii .Cr. :Grieen'?(inithe chair), and. Ors. Clements,' .Holland, W.alker, Hall, and M'Gretton . The Secretary:,read the miiinutes of the last Council meeting. appointing the members of the, committee to deal w~ith the matter - of foriiing a' fire brigade in Heales ille.:. Cr. Holland moved that 'this meet ing recommend the Council to purchase a reel for the hose they liave at present, and form a volunteer fire brigade, and ascertain the cost of a reel by d adertifie ment.--Seconded by Cr.Hall, and carried unanimously:' Cr. Clements -moved that the' see retary. write: to` the Country Fire Brigades' Board,? asking fbor a copy of the iAct, .and .,for information as to whether the Counil?can legally, form a brigade;. and also to ascertain the cost if the b:igade is formed under the Country Fire Britiaden s Board.--Th motion was seconidedby....
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
Healesville Water Trust. ' i Constituted 10tl: January, 1890. Com prising portion of Healesville, Shire. For supplying Healesville township and partr of the parish of Gracedale. Population supplied, 700. Commissioners-All the members of the Shire Council. E. J.T. Hall, Chairman. E. H. Cameron, M.L.A., Government nomji nee. Secretary and collector--Chas. H. Alex ander. Treasurer-~no. Cornish. The water rate is Is. in the £, based on the municipal valuation of property rated. If by meuasure, 9d. per 1000 gals.
RETIREMENT OF MR. GLADSTONE. LONDON, March 3. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
RETIREMENT OF ' MR:--... . GLADSTONE. S: i: r:"/ LONiON, March '3. ....The confirmation of. the reprt of Mr. Gladstone's retirement from active poli tical life has caused excitement of the most intense 'haracter'tlroug'hout'the kingdom. • :At the first audience, granted on last Wednesday to Mr. Gladstone by the Queen, her Majesty, whilst being greatly affected at the announcement made by the veteran statesman that the failure of his eyesight and increasing physical feebleness compelled hintm to retire from the Cabinet, did' not definitely accept his resignation.' ' Mr. Gladstone yesterday had a second audiehce of her Majesty, at which he explained more fully the ovei'powing severity of. liis infirmities, and stated that his desire to withdraw from the post of Prime Minister:was proniptd by a .positive sense of his inability to perform the duties of that responsible position.; 'Before the inlterview, closed her Majesty expressed her sincere sympathy with Mr. Gladstone, whose resignat...
Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
Narbethong. A pretty postal hamlet situated at the foot of the Black Spur, on Fisher's Creek, 5.3 miles east of Melbourne. Rail direct to Healesville, thence by coach 14 miles. It has a good hotel; and is connected with Healesville by telephone. M' rs. Williams, postmistress. Population, 20.
CRICKET. SCRATCH MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
..: CRICKET. ,:, SCRATCH MATCH. This match was concluded on Satur day, and resulted in a easy wi fo George's team. The following are the scores: GEORGE'S' Ti: - ' George, a C. M 'Sweeney, b A. Taylori .31 Wilson, b Gayle : ... . . 8 Holland, cand b Gayle... ... .. 1 Baird, run out ... ... -30 Balzary, a Allan, b Robson . .. ..63 Cullen, b A.. Taylor - .. ... 6 Hart, st Jury, b Southern ..: ...' 33 Puircell, c and bRobson ... ......0 Hook, not out ... .... ... ,; 1 Byes 7, wide 1 . ... 8 Total ... ... ..181 Bowling analysi4.-Christie, 48 bails, 35 ruins; Gayle, 90 balls, 27 runs, 8 maidens, 2 wickets; A. Taylor, 60 balls, 19 runs, 1 maiden, 2 wickets ; Harvey, 36 .balls, 24 runs; Allan, 60 balls, 27 runs, 2 maidens ; -Jury, 30 balls, 16 runs; Donnolly, 12 balls, 7 runs;- M'Sweeniey, 24 balls, 19 runs ; Robson, 6 balls, 2 wickets ; Southern 12 balls, 5 runs, 1 wicket. ALLAN'S TEAM..." Harvey, b Balzary ... ... 26 Jury, Ibw, b Dr.-aBird .. ... .. 0 :,Donnelly, run out . .. ... ... 0 So...
THE POST-OFFICE CORNER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
THE POST-OFFICE ,CORNER. [BY OCTOPUS "I believe a few of t=he members of the Council held a ineeting in connec tionvwith the fire brigadJ question, but I have not heard, thlat- they have done anythingtoadvance. the'.cause. --X:Ac cording to yourireiipor of the Corncfil it was proposed to advertise- and get the .priceof a.,reel, to uie :with 'the rotten hose which they have: 'hidden somewhere. If the Council wanted:a: brigade in the town I think they could get over the question of legalit, ,??,', as they did not make that a stumblii block when they wanted to make a present to an ex-officer a few months ago.i "If the Conncil ;were"- to hea'tla subscription list with, say, £10: I-aru: sure the residents of the' town .would contribute the rest for the thorough equipment of an efficient brigade : If en eergetic .ma tookraup the matter, I ~uarante 'sufficent- minoey: would be collected in '- very short time ; this ac complished,.you may. say the brigade is formed. Nearly every other Counc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
Eealesville ?ootball Club. ,IHE. ANNUAL. MEETING of the _ abve will be held in the Mechanics' Institute on SATURDAY Next, 10th Inst., at 8.30 p.m. WM. M'SWEENEY, Hon. Sec. pro. ttm. Tenders. W ANTED Tenders foi 'Grubbing: Burning off, and Ploughing One Acre at the Little Yarra. Apply, D. BURKE, Louise Avenue, Surrey Hills. For Sale. T WO BAY MARES, 14 hands, 3 and 4 years old. -Apply, KING'S STORE, S Henlesville. To Sell or Let. A HOUSE, Fruit Garden, 15 Acres of Land, one mile from Narbethong Post-ollfice. Apply, H. BALDWIN, Nar bethong, or WM. CARTER, Healesville. * raing PaddockS. - ORSES and CATTLE taken in to Graze at YARRA GRANGE. Splendid Grass Paddocks. S OLINDA' BAKERY. . . . AND. CASH =;RO CER,, MAIN ST., LILYDALE. Cash Price List! Oatmeal, 71b..bags, Is. No. 1A Sugar, 121b. 3s. Tapioca, 61bs. Is. Sago, 71hs. Is. Rice, 51hs. Is. : Wax Vestas, 4s. per gross, or 4½d. pkt. Safety Hatches, 2d. per dozen, or is. 6d. per gross. Candles, 6d. per lb. Best Vinegar, Is. 3d. per gall...
SABBATH OBSERVANCE. A REPLY TO "CITY DENIZEN." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
SABBAlTH OBSERVTANCE. A REPLY TO ,' CITY. DENIZEN." "City Denizen" assumes that..I am -npt a Melbourneite>' He inistakes. I. haye been in the city almost constantly since 1886.;.but Ihave enjoyed leisure. I thorotghly appreciate,.as he does, thei exhilarating contrast betweepthe open freslh .country? aid the :comparatively hemmed-in city. Itis quite' true that if' .thousands do not go to the: country, on Sunday; they seldom, or ever, go tiere." I also quite agree that ithie Christianity - Jesus is, i not always literally or even in: a small :way reel ise?l But the whole complexion of Society.is colored by;views other than: those painted: :.by the Gr eat N zarene. ' agree withj mostttlat? he -says,- always Sissu.ning that .he intends, his. remarks t- establish religion, although his mode of= establishment. of religion' mayi be, aid is ,different to mine.'-: :I sa'., if youi obr he, or- she, or they can be iore' religiois6 iii Hialesville on Sunday,lcer "tainly go to' Healesville o...
OUTLINES OF A NEW DOCTRINE. AS PROPOUNDED BY CARL MARX, PROUDON, FOURIER, BEBEL, AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 9 March 1894
OUTLINES'OF A NEW DOC "TRINE. AS PROPOUNDED BY CARL 3tARX,PROU. DON, .OURIER, BEBEL, AND OT ElRS: The followinig is translated from the 'rench by Mr. A. Gilyard, of- this town, for T?s GUARDIAN. THE 'POLITICAL )OCT'RLNE., (Continued.) The .period of. transition from the capitalistic society, to the collective so ciety, according to the system of Marx, may finish by the proletaire rising to the dominant class, by the system of universal suffrage,:and the foundation of a democratic republic. The prin ciple of collectiveisri as placed. in the programme of Gotha was ..to be adopted by the State. This system' implies a series of political changes necessary to,its organisation. All the party declared to eniploy "onlyo legal means. TLeibknecht proposes that the SIReerenduinm as it; exists in. Switzer land, shall be a part of their system of legislation, and that the decision of the -people for peace or war shall -be the iusie of the future. That juisti? for the people shall be more easy of...