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OPEN THE COUNTRY UP. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

2OPEN T FIsOUINTRalY, UP There is a ,nan, . In our; smiall town, - ' ?- A-~inderfi tnian is he:; : , ' -:-:. He's-seen the LrLde: ,.:., . . Frm Egypt'.s sands,. ':He's as'happy as ie cani be. . ' ie ila o traile " " Anid cannot fail; ·. · S :To,do this country good: Look at our trees! I cannot see Why, we-import ourw.ood. Now;listeqnIere ,i ,,. , ; And have no fear, Tihatiliis?itwniiwill be shbt ;w b a il? Giveaeidin a while 'a -, -º. XI nd that I'll .. Then work Ill finn' " ':: For allwhoseininds,;:":.' - Are'set?on.industry, So do not mnoan, Eortyoupzioit"own, On, STo. know this trail, d ye see.. - . ,-; y;Look at:iir woo > ,,,d, A forturie's there, i ;To that !ll-s?ear,. .. . If you'll take afool's advice.. e : Now take your axe, :Upon yotir biacks, " ;t ('?:Say ,good-yte"' to your pet;,; . So give a cheer,. And have a beer, 'We'll open the country yet. . -COIN.G- CHINO ON THE TRAI,?' --Healesville, Feb. 28th;, s18 . -

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Mechanics' Institute and Free Library! [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

Mechanics' Institue and: Free Library.' :' en daily froid half-past. two till balf past five, and from seven tilliten p.m.-,-, iiLibrarian-Miss R.;Cornish.. ' i

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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THE CLERK AND THE PATRICAN. (Continued.) CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

'THE CLERK AND THE SPATRIUCA. CnIAPrER IIII. His employer had sent him on an im portant errand bly underground railway C?.froin M ti'k Laii tot-Bakei Street. As' ih-'wanted to. be quiet and meditate, he took a first-class ticket, although he coult only-reuover second-class expen?e. from the petty-cash department. Two well-dressed men got into the carriage ' ith:lim, and conversed eagerly with out taking any notice of his presence. At first John- Lugg devoted his at" tention to a half-penny paper, but when he heard the' word "'rig" he began to listen.. He wasn't.quite sure exactly what a i'ig" was, but he knew it was one of .thaedevices y .which stockbrokers made ,'-money, and he trusted to his friends the stockbrokers' clerks to fill in thel details. " .1tell you," one of the men was say Sing !it willfe the higgest rig that has been workdd infthe last, O10 years." S Let me see,"_ said the other; "t'7wedle-pipe are now standing at 3s. 6d. buyers, are they not ?" " Yes, and the ' bear...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

'FORD'S MUSICAL AND COMEDY COMPANY, . Will give their POPULAR ENTERTAINMET . . I .. . I is " Mr'd.Daley's Recreation Hall, On Monday, 19th March Comedy : MUSICAL OLIO. Irish Farce, entitled, -The Belle of Antrim. Front Seats 2s.: Back Seats Is. Fo ,Fr further particulars see posters T. .H FORD. The Colon1ial Saa: of Agusts lasiai, Zimited. . .TN consequence of the EASTER HOLI 1 DAYS -interfering with usual dates of opening at Yarra Glen and Healesaville, the, agencies will be open for business as fol-' lows :- ..,,,.. Yarra Glen, Tuesday, 20ti March, tbo p:mi Healesville, do. do., 2.30 to 5 p.m. I Yarra Glen, Friday- 30th March, to 1 p.m. ,Healesville, do. .. do. 2.30 to 5 p.m. . . . DAVID KAY, ..Manager, Liydale. Money I Money.;., Money I /[ ONEY to LEND on Freehold Farms.: il1 Large and Small Farms to Let. G. S. MATTHEWS, Agent,' Healesville. For Sale. LARGE Farm Waggonette, £5: Good order. Must be sold. Apply, S - NICHOLAS DELP, L Healesville. F " To Sell or Let. ' A HOUSE; Fruit...

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Sunday Excursion Trains. DOWN [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

Sunday Excursion Trains.: Dow : . Prince's Bridge,' dep '... ... 11.0 am Healesville. arr ... ... 1.0 pim UP; Healesville, dep . ... ... 6.30 pm Prince's Bridge, arr ... ... 9.10 pm :Fares :-First class' returin,' .s : second class return, 2s... Children under 4 years, free ; over 4 and undert12, half fare. ;These? tickets will, be available for re t rn by, 630 train only'. ..

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Railway Time Table. HEALESVILLE TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

Railway .Time.Table. ' HEALESVILLE TO MELBOURNE. Heales, dep 7.0 am.. 10.35 am 7.50 am Melb, arr 9.14 am 1.15 pm 10.3 pm 31ELBOUR\.E TO hIFiALESVILLE... 3Ielb, dep .7.0 an 1 2.1j pin 5.12 pin Heales. arr : 9.30 am 2' 30 pru 7.19 pim Fares :-Single: Firt'tclah's 7s; second class, 4s 7d. 'Return First:class, 10s 6d; second class, 7s . .

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

IIealesville Post and Telegraph Office. Post oflfice open from 9 n.rn.- to 6 p.mi Telegraph office openm.frnm 8.30,n.m.,to 8. p.m. Post oflice savings banik open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ; Satirttiys from 10 itan. to 12 noon. Maiuls los for-= Melbourne . 45 a.iu . ." iid . 10 .151 iii ' daily: Intermediate 7.151pi J Sand .... ..: 9.30 am daily Narbethong A. riie froi- . : Melbonrne, &.. 940 i. 2.40 pin 7.30 pm daily Marysville and . . 7 pm daily .a Narbetheng: J. MISS "FYFE, -Postmistress:

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Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

. Marysville. A picturesque postal township on the Stevenson River, 62 iniles east of i Mel .tiorne.: Rail direct to Healesville, thence daily coach, the.road, passingmover the far famed Black Spur. The scenery tit Marys ville is extireiely pretty:; the Stevenson Falls are two miles distant, and "' Tommy's Bend" and Culnberland Creek are near. It has'two' good hotels, state school, police station,. and two stores:· . The district is ourely'gruzing: t It is connected with Nar "thng and nd. Healesville by telephone.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

ri IBiuxlrd.._ : :- BuMxton;.- 3 ;4^r' ::Lt A .' "jiK pgostaltownship on the Acheron River; ".-'o1. ":rr66 mies east of Melbourne. It has,a large .-.. !I: , 'hotel; store, and state school.. The district :,tnl1v ?i ils pastoral and agricultural, with iev?dal g ? , t _ood farms A cross-country postal ser-' i ice ma.maintu ined with Marysville, and " . lexandra by way of Buxton tri?weekly. -a a'" wIT Sh'erwill, postmaster. Population; 56.'

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

T".'The,, following .are the results. of the matches in 'the. touinamuent Iup to the present " T lratiGeorge 4. Miss Slia v, 6--' 13 6 6-3. - Mrs. Row v. Miss M'Gretton, 4--6, 5-6. Mr. Pierce v. 'Mr. George, 1-6, 7-5 Mr. How v. Mr. Balzary, 6--3. 6--4. Dr. Baird v. Mr. Row, 6-1, 6-2. : Dr.Bfaird v: Mr. Baizarvy, 6-3, 6-1. Friday .aftiernbon. "Miss Fyfe v: Miss Seaser. Sa'turday afternoon.- Miss Shaw v. Mi s Rotiutrs9 -

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Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

Ilealesville Water Trust. " Constituted 10l: January, 1890. Conli' prising portion of Healesville Shire. -For supplying Healesville township and part of., the. parish of Gracedale.. Pupulation supplied, 700. Comnitissioners-All the members of the` Shire Council. E. .. Uiall, Chairman. .'E.; H. Cameron, M.L.A., Government nomi-. nee. Secretary and lcollector.-Chas. :I Alex ander. Treasurer-.Jno. Cornish.: The water rate is ls.:in the £, based on the municipal valuation of property rated If by measure, S9d.. per 1000 gals.

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Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

Narbethong. A pretty postal hamlet situated at the foot of the Black: Spur, on Fisher's Creek, 53 miles east of Melbourne. Rail direct to :lealesviille, thence by eoach 14 miles. It has a good hotel, and is- conmineted.with Eealesville by telephone.. Mrs. \Villiamis, postmistress. Population, 20.

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CRICKET HEALESVILLE v. LAUNCHING PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

• HEALFSyILLE .V '.TOltCIN-POLCFO " i-A; few ;of the loeal knights of -the willow -journeyed to- Launchinng lace on qaturday,but- as only fouir iembers of-the club turnedout. to, go it was a foiegone"conclusion that they would be treated- to a day's "leather-hunting "as they were, in every sence of the word. With the assistance of three substitutes from Healea ille a start was, made from Burt and Coles' Hotef at 10.15, and after a most enjoyable two hiours drive 'overthe- mountains' along the Don road, phich Ilads past ýalleson's Lookout-frony which a .magnificent view is obtained of the surrounding .country and the far- famed7lalleson 's Gully, yhich for beauty is almost be yond., description, Launcling Place was reached a'a little after 1?2 o'locki, when the team were invited to partake of lunch, which was laid, out in excel lent style on the cricket 'oun;d "After the cravings of the "inner raita had been salisfied liehoe eam deiddd to send the Healesville boys in to bat,: t. very...

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CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public and general interest if guaranteed by the name and address of the writer (not necessarily for publication) will be freely inserted in this column on the understanding that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents. We also hold the right of making any elimination we may see fit especially when a non-de-plume is affixed. "WE ENGLISH." (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

"Corresp'ondience ' on subjectsof" public and. f' yeaitdl- interest. ifguaranteekbUj hitheine `.. a od:dre? .of the.,wi te ..ot neels,? r'ly this col uin., on th uiriei' t&nin.q 'thi t twe. -:do not idehtfy ooutselvesx, pth the opinions e. . pres~ed "lby,,m!. g . iudei. s Ye .,also ?-e may see fit. especially when a non-de :-plum.-neqci - ied. a-ie ' : i . (To-the Editor 'o 2t:e ?a?• 'rdiani:) '-: ,,Sit,-;It is a coincidence' tliaf I recetve?' last .ee the tondon #eelty i'es, wvith+ "thefollowing° passage: iredl by the 'sender" for my afti4i --:' My foriier coiimnicatiens-ei the above u? hjectia ar trouglst ie vet pleasant .pn, vate letters of approval "li t it also seejýts to have fallen among 'sotne- thornsi~s"ir the shape of anon'ymous writers to your columns, .w ho?llioe.ryithr 'not ..h nched one of mv.facts.. I-i any epa hates, " Phar isaism" I do,; and- i?;,ianyi one admires: Frenchmen vand ?jusulihias,s peoples, for somne.fire 4nalitie, .?ri At.,the. saime time, no nu...

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FOOTBALL. PRELIMINARIES FOR THE NEW SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

FOOTBALL. PRELIMINAIIE'FORft THE NEW (..,SEASON. The aniual meefing of the Heales ville Footiball Clulb wii held in the ,committeei ::room of the -Mechanics' Instituite on: Saturday` evening last. Some twenty seven old' members and iintending members were present- and the most earnest and cordial interest iIwas manifested in the piroceedings, a r most unanimous and ami?able feeling prevailing througthout, which ahgurs w*ell for the success of the season of :Mr. Thos.e lements was voted to the chair, who briefly.. stated the objects ofTlieiimeeting, antid:'alled. upon the last year's hon. secretary to read the balance shee' for the',past season. Mr.i' inm. M'Sweeney;-in ' reply, stated that he hliad the' balance-sheet, 'but thit it was mislaid and could not Sbe foundas he was coiin' to ifhe meet Sintg• However, •he knew that it wks 'balbticed;,as.M: Tresize had made up a :iliall defiiexicy: owing'by the club: be ""orfeheieft` so =th t`'-the hilb could st.rt with ia clean 'sheet at an...

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CHRISTIANITY AND SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

CHRISTIANiTY ANn. SoCrALIs. From the Socialist's point "of 'view, I the Christian church has never looked 8 dn their movenment with favor or sym pathy. They show that the Catholic N Church isin accordaince with' many of a their aims and doctrines..: The Ger- g man Socialists .give for, their religion the motto : " Humanitarianism." This t new ooniieption .is to. be founded on science. The programme of Gotha de blares .that the new religion .shall be t eaoh .'his` own private affaii. Leib -f knecht laid down the .proposition be fore the Congress.at Halle, " That the C Church be separated from the State. That all converts to Socialism. be per itted: the plain-liberty of conscience. E No'man has the right to..carry the dio tates of his oonsaienoe: with- a2-t.tstl hand.," S'tigee. t hIa Vendee. Bebel proudly threw:the glove to the Catho lies. " The .Socialists voted against the !aw to exclude Jesuits. They are not! afraid of the. Jesuits, and they are re minded .by their leaders not to ...

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BEBEL'S THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

BEBEL' THEORY. S I When women commence life;in this world it-iso one- continual.: process of. slavery and serfdom. Bebel condemns all those miserables who have aspired to-her deliverance-Woman is passion ately attached to the Christian doctrine, which" treats her: with contempt," re counts to her the seduction. of Eve, the first'asei of trespass in the world, and to which all the odium is attached to the :fair:. one.- "She :commenced by being Adam's servant (his kept mis tress), and, according to Bebel, woman never reached any higher position than bing subservient to" man' and .the. Churob and the law aotknoiwledged @his, 'Te; then" quotes'Stuiartý ills' work, .'The Subjection- of?'Woman, which presents the marriage ceremonhyas the basis of "real servitude, and -recognised by .the law., Following his criticism on omarriage at the. present time :--" The higher.and middle classes make of:this :a pure I'usiness affair an association'of capital, to which the union of the per son is only...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

Iaeioi le Is ~uaýiaq IS APPOINTED THE SOFFICI=AL:' ORGAN " ' I Oi " 7 SEmE -: H'ZAL}LESVILE. . { ;ta::.l.r. - FOR THER ,"S PUB:LICATION 'AT ' I-N 'r:,'; :=r7 ., r .'; 6 l:f'l't i. ' ' :i. ~ . 'lt . ;t i!i aýd 9?: OF *.AL.. : " SHIRE ADVERTISEM ENTS. THE "LOUIS"; VELVETEEN. The strictest examiner may try every test of touch, and sight without discovering that these are other than the Genoa Velvets which they so closely resemble, while the peculiar arrangemehts resulting in the fast woven pile enable them to stand interminable and rough wear, which would ruin real velvets at four times the price. ForCostumes and Trimmingsit is unequalled, and in fact for all purposes in. which Silk Velvet may be used we specially recom* mend the "LOUIS" VELVETEEN. Every yard of genuine bears the name of " Louis." 4 AMay be had from all Drapers throughout the Colonies, most of whom will send patterns PoST FPRE~B onap plication. , ... . " - , • - :C • , t , I ERTHEIM' SEWING MACHINES. WRINGER r?E 5 W'EE...

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OUTLINES OF A NEW DOCTRINE. (Continued.) AS PROUNCED BY CARL MARX, PROUDON, FOURIER, BEBEL AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

OUTLINES OF A NEW DOC S TRINE.-' AS PROPOUNDEDBYi qaCL MAR? ,l?oU -DON, FOURIER EBEL,-AJND OTHERS.;. The following is translated from the French by Mr. A. Gilyard,. of 'this town, for THE GUA?DIAN'.

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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1894. Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

Etry (ttarbian PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORN[NGS.: FRIDAY,- MARCH 16, 1894- i Local& General News: Mr. Thomas, secretary for the Vil lage Settlements; Department; paid a visit to Healesville on Saturday last with the object of inspecting the. Cor anderrk Aboriginal Reserve, a portion of which is, revoked and -to be!lmade available by selection and the est~iish ment of a few settlements under the -Village: SettlementsAct -'; i Slo-ss very kindly 'iet 'Mr. Thomas at the railway, station, and accompanied hm' all., over.tihe .land r..Mr. Tihomas thinks that a few of the allotments near. the 'rifle range and Boggy, Creek 'will'be devoted under the village settlement scheme. To the southward, the land will be. thrown open for slection ih the. ordinary way, while to the north of Badger Creek the land will be avail able ,under; the non.residence clause of the Act.... The oflcial notificationp of the.opening of the land will appear.in this week's;: Grernmnt Gazette, and .also in a future iss...

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