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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 13 July 1900
COIrURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. Courts will be hotld during the yet' 1900 at the unrliermlertioned pilces, at the hours, and on the dates hereinlafter respecti\ely sct out. viez - Nmrne of Court. Hour. April. Mnly. June. Juij'. ° Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. Heidelberg 10 2, 10j 7, 210f' 4to 18° 2;16t C, 200°13 17-i- 1, 15t 5 ;.19°t 17 A .d:rson's Creek 11 90 14° 11 90 130 100 80 12o 3 ... 11 100 150 120 100 140 11° ] ° ThO 11 Yarra Glen ... 9.30 11 6 9 4 1,29 26 24 Z1 12 P. 31. THealesville ... 2.30 120 100 70 5 2, 300 27 25" 220 18 A.3M. Lilydle. ... ..9. .30 G5t, - t "11; l ,8,1T . G; 13. 3. 10, 17, 7, 14, 5. 12, 2, 1~a "; 7. 14. 2('; 27 1, 25 22, 2t0 .20, 271t 24t, 31 '10t, 281901-, 26 23, 30 21; 28 I erntree Gill}v ... 9 94t 29° 20 24- 28° 25 23° 27° 18 entwn ... 11 23 28 5 2 27 24 2 10 * Police Magistrate's V isits. Licensing and-Warden's Courts. D. BERRIJMAN, Clerk of Courts.
CYCLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 13 July 1900
CYCLING NOTES. -o - An English cycling journal has some very sensile remarks upon the matter of riding in the teeth of the wind, and suggests that the average cyclist is too apt to try conclusions with a force stronger than himself, and when lie tinds how futile this is, is apt to be come disgusted and afterwards not care to venture out when, the wind is urfavorahle. Lady riders, owing. to their dress, suffer especially from the infliction of a strong head wind, by reason of the extra resistance which their skirts afford, and the upshot of the remarks by the writer referred. to is, that, in order to enjoy cycling against a high wind, it is necessary to conserve one's powers and to take matters easily, and if approaching a. hill where a stronger rider is seen to be successfully L atlling with the ele uments, to resist the temptation to do likewise, if exhausted nature leads tq, the conclusion that one's powers are 'not equal to the effort. From New York comes particulars of a wonderf...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 13 July 1900
The " leaiesville Guardian " AND GENERAL PaINTL??a WoRKS, CASTELLA - SLitEE1, .. i.'EALESVILLE. JOB PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPF[ON DONE Or TKIE PRE.t[SE3 'With Neatness and Despatch. o0: The "Guardian' is. published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First Mail. This Journal advocates local interests, and the fostering of ,local industry. It condemns thle practce of supporting foreig9 Iabor; GELAT .WI1,TER SALE. Our Thirteenth Annual. STOCK - TAKING SALE. Beehive Stores, LILr,DAL,s. Established 18S6. B. MOREY & G0., According to their usual custom before Stock-taking, will offer the whole of their Stock of First-Class Drapery At Considerable Reducltions. This is a Genuine Sale, Not a Lot of Stock Bought Cheap to Sell Cheap, but GENUINE REDUCTIONS of our well-known Stock to reduce it to facilitate Stock-taking. For tne 1oa~ih Only ! (o? i t' nwtced Saturday, Juy 8, 1899. BONA FIDE 1BARGAINS. Mi1inery ! Millia ?y ! Ladies' Caps, .Jackets, ,und lMacintoshs will be Cleared at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 13 July 1900
- sitiousnesS . A Desperate State of Heal th. Great Rosultsi The Ca:se of UiRS. fMARY Ain CRO-IE. (A Ieportr'.s Intr-ri' , ) " Hlow W.,s it yotu blecalm1e sick ? WYhat was the ctaUse of o:ir tl tlidt) " ' T'lise are eIslt ions that very few: D..tients can answer. Sickness, for the- no-t part, st?raks into the htIIniitI ct:adel uuperceivali, liike a thief in ,h • night or a B ,e shotweing the white tl t.. This rtsllction was arrolsed by the anewer made to our reporter by Mrs. Mary Ann Crowe, of 4 lit:kltly-street, Carlton, as to wvhat reason sihe c mIld assign for the dreadful sickness site had passed through. Mlrs. Crowe c raid, " I hiave thought it ntght have been the houie, or the hot spells of weather to which Melbourne is suitj ct; but niv doctor i caid it was largely owing to anxiety and c overwotk. lie treated ine for some titme with no good result and then advised tmy going to the hospital. " ill you tell me how ynou si:ffred," said the newspat.er mitn instinctively taking ou...
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 13 July 1900
BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Grocers T. Tevlin, Nicholson-st. Mrs. Munro, Nicholsdn st. B. Morey and Co., Lilydale. Drapers .Mrs. Munro, Nicholson-st. J. M. Sumner, Nicholson-st. B. Morey and Co., Lilydale. Bakery Mrs. Roberts, Nicholson-st. Bootmaker W. J. Harley, Nicholson-st. Ironmonger H. R. Thomas, Nicholson-st. Staltionei-y G, S. Matthews, Nicholson-st. Hotels Thos. Boone, Healesville Hotel, Nicholson-st. J. Irvine, Yarra Flats. Hotel, Yarra Glen. Produce Store Mitchell & Huilstone, Nicholson-st. Dentistry G. E. Carter, Collins-st., Melbourne. I. J. Marks, 4 Collins st., Melbourne.
OUR HEROES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 13 July 1900
( sea. s'earl the rirhld's four corners, From dawn to i lo(e of rlay-, From ice-rnrlr coasts of lthe distant north, iTo far off lands, where the sun pours forth And sheds its hottest ray. (;o, sail tihe deep Atlantir, Anil seias of coral stri ld, T'Ihere,'s nc'er ia iave its harvest reaps, liut rolls o'er the place where some IBriton sleepl, XlWho died for his native land. Go, speed to soutlhern spheres, Where freedom is far and near, in cities thronged mnidst proud and mild, Toi distant homes in thIe forest wild, Anid you'll lin the hero there. Go, suarch the vellt of A frie, W\here o'er Molopo runs, And gaze on the place where the fiag still fi its, And ask if lhritain'. famie c'er dies, \\When you think of her galiant sons.. From cape to sands of Egypt, You may search thle east and west, There's never a sun but lights a pice, That tells of the deeds of a gallant race, Of heroes,, some ,.t rest. Well may ye think of glories That mark tile scroll of fame, Of those now gone who firs...
RELIGIOUS WORKER'S FORTITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 13 July 1900
WO BII' V, il i i Ej;. -o-- In lIMrs. Jane ,o!ty lthe Salvaiion Army po.,sess a sollier of more thain ordinary experience and fortitude. Mrs. Booty complacently gave nu ac count of her experiences, during the last 15 years, to a reporter who called upon her at her residence, Claplhamt House, Mary street, St. Peters, N.S.W. "In addition to Ibing a Sergeant I am Instructor to thil GirIs' Class in ily dis trict," said Mrs. Booty, "and attend open air meetings in all weathers. Soume years ago I 1ecame debarred from attending these Inlltiiiogs, lhowever, for the cold air alwnys broughtt on acute neuralgia, for my nerves were unstring owing to th- dea.t lof my husbtand1 and business v.worries. Soimetimis the at tacks would last fIr -18 hours ; the pains seened to pass up my spine and clutch lmy head behintd tiy ears till my brain felt as if it were squashed flat. Every nerve was on the rack, and I lay groan ing and crying i n desperation. My son would sit up and bathe my head, thus giving...
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 13 July 1900
"" PUNCII" PICKINGS, -0--- Sir george Turner's cup of politicial bitterness must be filled to overflowing, Not only has his attack upon the Trea sury benches been badly repulsed with severe loss to his own reputation and prestige throughout the country, bs4. his liberal press Mentor showss.aigns of; casting him overhoard in the 4ame.way_ that Sir James Pttertoq was treated. when the country begani to grow tired, of himn: . Professor Marshall-Hall remains in his position until another appointment is made, and it is possible that that ap- pointment will not be made, but it is hardly likely that the people who have hunted him so determinedly will submit to that. After all it must be admitted that Marshall-Hall could have won over his enemies if he had consented to be a liar and a hypocrite. 'Sudden' should be the name of the. Maoriland Premier, not Seddon. He has already announced his willingness and preparedness to send trqopa to China if they are needed to make an impression in: ngla...
BUXTON. July 18. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 July 1900
(From our own Correspondent.) July 18. A dance was held on Wednesday last, in connection with. the Buxton Quadrille Club, in the Buxton 1Me chanics' Hall. The attendance was not very large but select, and the social spirit of the Mlarysville people was very plehasing to behold, all the young folk having turned up on the occasion. The same, however, could not be said of our neighbors down the river, namely, the inhabitants of Taggerty, whose contingent consisted of one gentleman. The dance was thoroughly enjoyed by all participators, and was kept up till the small hours. Excel lent music was provided by. M.csdames Sparke and Clingan, of 1Marysville, on a piano kindly lent by Mr. F. Nichols. Re Public Hall, I might mention that it would be desirable to call a public meeting, with a view of ap pointing a new committee of manage ment, as there are only two of the rr.embers of the one that was appointed years ago living in the district, the re mainder of .them being defunct or having lef...
FOOTBALL. HEALESVILLE V. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 July 1900
FOOlTBALL. HEALESVILLE V. LILYDALE. [BY BARRACKER.] The first match between the above clubs, in connection with the Henry Football Trophy, was played on the local reserve on Saturday afternoon last. Heavy rain had fallen for some time previous to the game, consequently the ground was in a bad starte for a thorough exposition of the game,. Despite the unfavorable surroundings, a good attendance of supporters of tha local team, and a contingent of. visit ing barrackers, gathered, and were re warded by witnessing one of the most exciting and interesting contests ever played on the local ground. The visiting players arrived by the after. noon train, and no time was lost by them in getting ready for the fray. When the opposing sides were lined up, Lilydale only had 16 men, but Ware (who immediately afterwards arrived on horseback) and Hooper were then taken in, and thus they took the field with quite a strong team. The only absenteo from the local ranks was Atkinson, who was debarred fro...
NARBETHONG. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 July 1900
NIL3IRETHO4)NG. [BY PANsY.1, It may shot tly be expected, that a. meeting will be held at Buxton with the view of forming a committee, to endeavor to carry into effhct a sugges tion brought forward by a local gentle-_ man (which he has submitted to the residents of that district, and which, has already formed a matter of much. discussion among thei.) that is, the erection of a creamery in the itnnme diate vicinity. Naturally enough, the mtovemllenlt has ulnanimnously Illet withi favor by all those who are intterested in improving the future prosperity of tie district by developing to some ex tent an industry that hitherto has been somewhat neglected through the im practicability of the existing circum stances regarding its progress, and therefore the adoption of this scheme will offer encouragement to many who has taken little, if any, interest in dairying up to the present, and conse quently regarded it as a non-paying drudgery. In the event of a butter factory being in connection ...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1900. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 July 1900
PUBLISHEDl FIIDAY MOIRNINGS. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1000. GENERA, L NE WS. MIr. ThIlos. urowley in another column announces himself as a candi date at the August election for a seat at the sl:ire council ta'le. A concert and drawing of art union prizes in connection with the R.C. Preshytery building fund will he held in Daly's Hall this evening. As those taking part will be nearly all new to Healesville audiences, there should be a full house to greet the perfornmers. The price for admission is 2s. and is. At the conclusion of the lecture, given by Mr. Luffman in the Me chanics' Institute on Saturday evening last, that gentleman mooted a sugges tion to the effect. that he would like to see the local shire council set apart a sum annually for the purpose of tree planting about the township. In his opinion, Mr. Lufftuan remarked, Healesville was the coming place as a resort for tourists, and it was well that some steps should be taken to make the place more attractive. He cited the establis...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 July 1900
Many business men advertise only at certain seasons of the year, many prefer,. ring the fall and early spring. But the ex perience of advertisers who have mashe the subject a study is that persistent advertis ing is the best and returns more profit con-. sidering the outlay than advertising by [its, and starts. It keeps one always before the public in a sense, and the power of a daily or weebly repetition of an advertisement is inestimable. A French vwriter says that the first time a person sees an adverlise ment lie hardly notices it; the second time, he remettlbers lie has seen it before; the third time, he reads it ;: the fouith timle he wonders if it meets his wants; and tht ilfthl.time, lie buys the article. Thi, st least, is humian nature. A single insertion of an advertisement seldom produces much impression, but let that advertisement be repeated for a month or six months, and satisfactory results generally will follow. People remiember that they have seen it before, and gra...
WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 July 1900
WHAT I$ AN AD 7 AN American paper thus defines it.:. The life-blood 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 pure gold in large dividends. The key-note of progress in the march to success. The deal:er's sure road to success A medium for the increase of, oUSilleSS. That which booms the phee and, enriches the advertiser. A means of communicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligent people, profiting sender and receiver. Personal and public benefits are dcrived from its judicious application. A notice that brings best returns "or least money. The corner-stone of the Temple otf Fortune. T'he power hat keeps trade in, motion. fhe electric.power concealing traane
REASONS FOR ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 July 1900
flEASONS FOE, ADVERTTsOTG. ADVERTISINGO is the chief auxiliary of trade -Tooke Advertising is not the road to success, but success itself.-Richardson. Advertise your business; I owe all my success to it.-P. '1 Barnum. The most truthful part of a newspaper is its advertisements.-Jef erson. The man who pays more for shop rent than advertising does not know his business --Horace Greeley. How can one man know what you wasn unless you ask for it, or what you have t? sell unless you advertise it ?--Murat Hal stead. The advertisements which appear in a public journal take rank among the most significant indications of the state of society o£ truot time and place.-Dickens, If you advertise, it gives your place a reputation around ; folks will crowd to your warehouse and keep lively. If you don't want to do anything, keep as still as you can.-C. F. Browne. There is an absolute necessity for advev. tising; there is a great eagerness to compete for attention, and no one gets it unless it is by...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 July 1900
Law ? clating to Newsiapers. 1. Snhscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, aire considered as wishing to continue their snbscription. 2. If snhscrihbers order the discontinu ante of their periodicals, the puhlisher nay continue to send them until arrears are p;id. 3. If sin,?ecrihIern refs.e or neglect to tike periodicals fromn the ollice to which they are directedl, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and lrdlereld the periodicals to be disconlint:ed. 4. If sultscri lers tmove to other places wcithout infuorming publishers, and the ipapers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are re?ponsible. 5. The courts haie deciled that "re fusing to lake periidicals froml the otlice tnr reno vitng or leaving theti unealled for is pi imet facie ivi:lenee of intentional fried." t. It suhscrihers pay in advance for pe:ridieals, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to continue taking...
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 July 1900
MARYSVILLE. A picturesque postal township on the Stevenson. river, 62 miles east of Mel bourne. Coaches leave Healesville daily for Marysville, the road passing over the far-famed Blacks Spur. The scenery at Marysville is extremely pretty: the Stevenson Falls are two miles distant, and "Tormnny's Bend " and Cumberland Creek are near. It has two good hotels, state school, police station, and two stores. The district is purely grazing. It is connected with Narbethong and Hecalesville by tele phone. Population, 80.