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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 January 1899

HIEALESVILLE BAKERY. Vi .C. M.J UY B?EGS to inform the residents of r TL) -ealasville, Ntrhethtnng, Buxton, Marysville. and eurrontding districts, that he ies taken the ti Ol Esctablishec hsinoes1 - Of Mr. N. Christensen, And under the :managementi of Mrs. E ItOLErITS, hle hopes by civility and attention ti) bsiness to i terit a fair shlare of their patronage. 1ogre but tho best class of c-oods KEPT. Best Bread (white and mualt) in the district. .atering and Small Goods a Specialy. Please note the :address. 2hristensen's Old Eit ablish-ed Business. Prelinmina'ry - A'oti ce. F. RU.DDUCK Desires to inform the inhalbitants of I-ealesville that he has now takren over the business lately occupied . hy 1 *1 MRS. ROBERTS, In Nicholson Street, HEALESVILLE. GROCERIES, of every description. MIotto : Small Profits aild Quick Returns. Best Bread. White a-,d Vwheitear Delivered to all parts of the district. Catering for Balls and Parties. Small goods of the first quality kept on .hand: Highest P...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 January 1899

SALE. SALE. SA LE. ALL PREVIOUS SALE ECLIPSED. OUR TWELFTH ANNUA Stocktaking Sale. B. MOREY & CO BEEHIVE STORES, A SERIES OF GREAT BAR GAINS COMMENCING F2IDAY, JULY 8th, 1898, For One Month. Orders by Post will receive our Special Care. Millinery ! Millinery ! BARGAINS UN RIVALLED. JACKETS, - CAPES, S _ULSTERS. .REMNANTS \ -REM'NI N'I-r8 DRESS3MAIKXG AT SALE PRICES. SPECIAL VALUE IN MonI's Boys' and Youths' Clothing. .PRICES UNPARALLELED. Dress Goods Velvoteens, Flannelettoes, Flannels, Calicoes, Shirtings, Shooeetings, Art Muslins, Lace Curtains. BOOTS. BOOTS LARGEST STOCOK IN THE DISTRICT. GREAT .'. REDUCTIONS Full Assorted Stock in all Departments. G-OCERY,. O00R.OERY, Glassware, Furnmiture, An ZI ONMO GE Y. ---:0:--- SAGENCIES: Incandescent Gas Light, Royal In surance Coy., Singer's Sewing Mla chines, Salvitis for Horses and Cattle, Walker's Organic Manure, Blythe, Irvine and Binney's Bone Dust and Superphosphate, Equitable Life As surance, Arthur Yates' " Reliable Seeds...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1899. THE DAY WE CELEBRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 January 1899

Up (fttiari ft. PUIIBLISIIED FP.IDAY MIORtINGOS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1899. THE DAY WE CELEBRATE. THE 26th of January as the National fHoliday is now becoming more and more generally recognised, and- before 'many years have passed o'er our heads it is probable tlht the day- will be as strictly and universally observed as those of the most important days of the year. One hundred- and- eleven years ago on Thursday next the first ,step towards the founding of what will eventually become the great Australian nation was inade, when Captain Arthur Phillips landed in'?ew South Wales. It was a settlement only formed as a dumping.ground for the r'efuse: of the population of Great Britain and Ire -land. Here utte&ly incorrigible ruf fians, ruthless murderers, and the very worst class of criminaf"w'ere sent, and the country got Sdch a bad natme that rather than be transported to Botany "Bay, severelimalefactors prayed to be lhanged-and were, aceordingly. In -Australia;' h'owever, as in'...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PERTINENT PARS. A snapper-up of unconsidered trifles. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 20 January 1899

PERTINENT PARS. BY HAWK-EYE.] A. snapper-tip of uriconsidered trifies. Taking advantage of the late holi- day excursion to Melbourne, I and my friends ihied odrselves off to the " big smoke," with the intention" of driving dull care awaya, nd .1aving a real " blow out" in the nmatter of fun and amusement. We werd all "country bumpkins"-as the sayivg goes-but what cared we? As I have said be fore, wve were on pleasure bent, and therefore gave ourselves up to every thing of interest. Did'nt we h'ave a time! Yod bet we did. We selected one of the party as ringleader, for it was inainly on the strength of whathe told us that we decided to take th'e trip. In a wdrd, lie was to shlw us round. The captain gav'e us a little friendly advice, aid we sallied.forth. We had gone bLt a little way, when I noticed one of the boys stopped to speak to a lady. It sdeeis that the young woman called him by nailie, but ls he dwelt in her presence there came home to lifii the words of the leader of the pa...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Healesville, January 19. 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

Healesville, Janiary 19. 1899. Dear Sir,--~ookin: over the paper (not the "Gaurdiah," how'ever,) I noticed' that you weie advertisin 4 a wife, and r1 have much plesure in applyin for the vacancy in your heart. I hope you will not think me, 4ward in writin to-y6u, as I think we shall soon understand each other. My mother and father thinks it time that I should he married, and it is on their advice that I have written to you. IL might say that I am not like some of .tie girls who think of nothing else but of walking the streets at night,,as I seldom go out of doors at night. .can do everythihg that a girl should l?--and as I have a most docile temper, J'.think [ shell' suit your ,every requirem'ent. You'? n see me if you wish on any Sunday, when I hope that ?eie shall become bettei acqiainted. Youru etc., DEVOTION.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

Courts of Petty Sessions. - -- 6~· Courts will be hel during the year 1899 nt the undernientioned plhres, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively Set out, VIZ - Nao of Court. Eou°. Jnn Feb. Mr. April. 0ay. Juno. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov D c. A.M. eIidelberg ... 10 G,t 30 13,t 27 13,°t 27 10,0f 2415,ot 20 12,°t 26 10,°t 24 7,ot 21 A,ot 18 2,of 16. 1, 270t 11 300t Yarra Glen ... .30 18 15 15 12 10 7 5 2,30 27 25 22 13 Healesvillo 2.30 19° 160 160 13° 110 8 6 3,0 310 280 26G 230 140 A.M. Liidle.. ... 9.300 ,°ot 13, ?,°t 10, 3,ot 10.7,ot 14, 5,12. 2, 9, 16, 7, 14, 4,11, 1,8,150°t?, 13,°t 3, 10,°t 1.8,15, 20, 27 17, 24 17, 24 21, 28t 19, 26ot 23,ot 30 21,0t28 18,ot 25 22, 29 20, 27 17, 24 22, 23 \llersou's Creek 11 00 (G Go 40 8°0 50 3,°31° 280 250 230 20° 180 Eltham ... 11 10° 7° 7* 11 90 6° 40 1,0 200 26o 240 21° 12*' Qu, nitown 11 23 200 20 17 22 19 17 140 11 9 6 4 'Ferntrce Gully ... 9 24° 210 210 18° 23° 21(0 180 150 120 10° 28° 10 * Police Magistrate's Visits. t Lic...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

GAZETTE NOTICES. The. following notices appeared in last.week's "Gazette ": Hugh Evans and Nathaniel..Ellis, to be trustees of the, Yarra .Glen Public Oemnetery, vice ,William. B;Il[. resigned, an',l. R. . Woblcott, who hus left the distiict. Appiication? sfor .licences approved -A. G..Buller, saw-mill site, 3 acres, parish Warburton. Applications for leases under sec; tions 5 and 10 approved:- -Reuben Lpwe, allot. 34, sec. B, parish Warbur ton, 18 acres 3r. 27p. Henry Carter, (the elder), allot. 21, sec. B, parish Warburton, 19 acres Or. 7p. . William, Chasemore, allot. 3, see. B, parish WVarburton,.18 acres 3r. 34p. Lease.-Transfers registered. at the Office of Titles :-John Button. Gill banks, to .John .Edwtrd Morgan, Malvern, parish Gracedale, allotment 52A, 142 acres. A~pplication foi ,a certilicate. utnder section 419'of the Land Act 1890, ap proved :-John Lee, parish Gracedale,' .49 acres.. Rent due, £9 16s.; certifi: cate fee, £1 ; total to pay, £10 16s. Permits to occupy is...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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PERTINENT PARS. A Snapper-up of unconsidered trifles. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

PERTINENT PARS. [By HAWK-EYE.] A snapper-up of unconsidered trifles. , Well, I never ! Here I am nothing but a subject of love's sentimentalities, daily. eftpecting trouble from each quarter of the globe, and in amy ignor ance kuoweth not when the blow will descend. .If I could only control my feelings I would have nothing to fear, but, of course, I started on a little game I knew udtliing about, and the. result is disastrous, tb me. My corre-. spondence was so .um~iarous during the last week that I dt one time despaired of attending to it, but t would not neglect it, and the questiodiis how am I to be rewarded in the enid I The facts of the case are somewhat thus: "A week or so since I was advised by a friend of mine if. I wished to make any fresh acquaintances he would sug gestthat I insert a matrimonial notice in ode of the daily papers to the effect that I wished a wife. I cannot tell what persuaded me; 1 am sure that I do n'ot wish any more acquaintances; neither do I wish for ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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REVENGE IS SWEET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

REVENGE IS SWEET. A. young minister once, who'd been greatly, annoyed By the chatter and " chin"' in the ,choir, Hit upon a nice plan, which he used with effect, And wrecked on therm vengeance He stopped shortin the midst .of hi sermon, and then Struck a sort of a listening pose, When tlhe alto 'as heard to exclaim, with a laugh, " A'll he kissed was the tip of my nose." SThe following is an abridgement, of a sermon, which took an hour in de livering, ftom the words, ' Man is born in trouble': -' My friends,-The sub ject falls naturally to be divided into four heads--(1) Man's entrance into the world ; (2) His progress through the world , (3) His exit from the world; and (4) Practical reflections from what may be said. First, then (1) Man came into the world naked and hare ; (2) His progress through it is trouble and care ; (3) His exit from it none can tell where; (4) But if he does well here, he'll be well there Now I can say no more miy brethren, dear, should I preach on this sub...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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HINTS FOR THE HENNERY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

HINj?S FOR THE HENtiERY. Acive liens are the best layers. Cihn houses and long runs are the best iedicine. A4nest egg will usually stop a hen scratouing the nest ;if not use shavings. A spoonful of oil of turpentine is a good remedy for tapeworm in poultry. j If fowls leave part of their breakfast in the dish, remove it. If their appetites fail, a change of food is needed. A hen can be fed on almost anything that a cow will eat, and many things besides Anything that will make milk will make eggs. ~~---------

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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MEADOW FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

M~EADOW FETE. On Wednesday evening last, an al fresco entertainment was provided by the ladies who are interesting them selves in the building of a new hall in Hlealesville, and the financial result,, it must hIe said, fulfilled even the most sanguine anticipations. The concert was held on the verandah of Mrs. Mills' " Athelstane," and the position was one most suited for such, albeit the wind was very strong during the early part of the proceedings, which greatly handicapped the performers in their individual efforts. " Athelstane," from its high point of eminence, is most admirably adapted for an enter tainment such as the one under notice, and the splendid conditions under which the affair was held lent quite an attraction to the proceedings; A more natural site for a "concert on the hill " would he hard to find, as the place is naturally convenient. The spectator I on the hill has a splendid view of I everything around; as far as the eye t can reach can be discerned objects and ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Fitzroy Post Office, January 19, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

" Fitzroy Post Office, ý:. . January. 19, 1899. Dear Sir,--Seeing your advt. in to-day's paper, I should like to correspond. with a good sensible man.: I most state I am not pretty and I am not.considered ugly. I can coogk, wash, ,and iron. I am consi dereid ~ccomplished.. I Am also poor. If you will send me my fare down, 1 shall visit ,you on or about Sdnday week,? when we might come to somen arrangement, as I am a firm believer in personal interviews. If money is not furthcoming, I' ill con clude' you are suited.-Yours, etc., M&IIGERY.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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"Kinimakatka, January 19, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

" Kinimplkatka, January 19,. 1899. Dear Sir, Having seen in thie. paper th? nmorning that you were wanting a lady partner, I tke takhe liberty of writing. I ami..alone and would .like somce ° ho .I could "shareo ny love" with. Kindly..Jet me know your iutentions, and I will coine up to see you on Sunday week... If you wqould care to see my foto: I will send it to yon I1 remain, I(1M0ELY.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

BOWLING. On Friday last, Messrs. George and Dyer .played off their match in the the fourth round of the Championship. competition, and the former. won by 31 points to 10. In the match, Wilson v. Tevlin, the former secured a walk-over. and Chandler played off their match in the fourth round of the Chamdpionship Trophy. The day was very tnfavor able for bovling, occasional drizzling showers of rain falling dduing the game, which urade bowling difficult and unpleasant.' However, the game wars evenly cointested uu'tl the score st6od 20-19, and then Matthews scored on every end, bea'ting his op ponent by 12 points, the scores being .Matthews, 31; Chandler, 19. Championship Trophy--Fourth round. Position of competitors after Round 4. Matthews ... ... ... 4 Alexaoder ... ... ... 3 Wilso... ... 3 George ... ... ... 3 Shaw .. ... ... ... 2 Chandler ... ... ... 2 Dyer ... ... ... ... 1 Harley ... ... ... 1 Tevlin... ... ... ... 0 Fifth Ro)und. Wilson v. Chfandler Alexander v. Matthews Harley ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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THINGS WE KANNOT GET. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

THINGS WE KANNOT GET. Hav yew ever notissed, Mr. Heditur, that wen yew want a thingZ-real badly-that's the very thing yew don't get, andthe more yew want it the more yew don't get it I Take holidaze. Now, wen I woz a boy, a tender boy at bored-in school, 1 wunst wanted a holiday. I wanted that holiday real badly. It woz near Easter, and I wanted 2 kum 2 Mel burn. It was a depraved desire, I ad mit, but I woz only a skoolboy. I spose a skoolboy wood go most any where, even to Eelsville for a holiday. Did I get that holiday? Certainly not. I got the measles. Now-a-daze I would take ennything, even measles, 2 get away from Eelsville, but yew kan't even get a measle wen yew want it. Then, again, take money-I don't exaktly mean take mone-but consider mone. Yew wan mone-well, not yew, hediturs don't-hut enny ordnery per. son. Yew go 2 business at S o'klok in the mornin', ýmnd work hard all day, listnin 2 telefones and things. Yew go home late-tired out. Yew want money. Du yew make money? ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

0BSTINATE INACTO1N An Absolute Cure, The Gase of rs. Sa~rah HaleL (From the " Wind~sor Gazette.") (nBY OU SPECIAL REPORTER.) A REPRESENTATIVE of this paper called on Mrs. Hall, who liv s next the railway line at Richmond, N.S.W. "You have been ill, I believe," said the reporter ? " Yes, replied Mrs. Hall, but I am pleased to say I am better now. The start of my sickness was obstinate constipation, which for a long time Defied EJery IVMedicine I tried. Owing to ths weakening effect of purgative medicines I was obliged to discard them, and, anyhow, they wtre of no real une. f,,r I found they onl!y tended to con firm the cons.ipation instead of curing it. [Nore.--2rs. Haull is qtt iE corureetl in her otpit:iu here 'Th4 use of purging pills only oggrav:tes comlabint., of the digestive tract. 'The organs get cducat. d to the use of the drastic catheriites of wh ich ,ils are cone,,osed. 'lThe temncorary relief is al,.ne dce to thee e.charotic and irritan: action on the secretory glands. T...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

These', age only a few of the many which' came to hand. .1 replied : Dear Madame,-" Circumstances over which . have .no control .necessitates my being absent from home on Sunday, 28th inst. I you,..would postpone your visit tp;an indefinite period, I shall esteemit an honor." This I, ad dressed to each young correspondent, and so far` f have heard no more. "When ignorance is :bliss 'tis folly to be wise." I was enjoying .a quiet smoke the other evening along the Coranderrk road when I witnessed' a charming little comedy between thliP characters,. and although there werer.no scenic effects-if we except a rippling stream and a rustic bridge-it, caused great amusement to one or twop others who were passing like myself. At first glance I imagined that it was a re hearsal for something in connection with the Meadow Fete, but an after thought disproved the idea. A young man and two maidens stood beside the bridge, and evidently had altogether forgotten the surroundings. " How happy I'd be...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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"ADVANCE AUSTRALIA." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

"ADYVANCE AIJSTX'ALIA." TO DAY Australia enters on the one; hundred-and-twelfth year of her exist ende, and the patriotic Australian has had one more opportunity allfforded him of feeling proud at belonging to one of the tiost progressive nations of the world, and further at being a scion of ri noble race. Much has come to pass during the years through which she has passed. In that centiry our his tory bristles with many a passage that does us honor and credit; mauny a pass age that we do not like to review. It does us credit for the imanner in which we have fought our way to the front. We have proved our ,grit-the indomit able spirit of British pluck and deter-' nrination of~ tiiich we are so proud. In politics, induistries, arts, and sport we have forged kiong to the front rank, t bholding our own against the world. It 1 is no boastful spirit that prompts these thoughts. They are bIorne of the happy results that halve attended our hopes,' our aims, and ambitious, and, when, in' th...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

GENERAL NEW S. 0: The weather has been very unsettled,' :and the very antithesis of what is usually experienced' at this season of the year. One day hot the next day cold, and thus the variable nature of things continue. On Friday last rain set in and continued' intermittently right throughout the whole of that night and Saturday, frequent and heavy showers prevailing. So copious were the rains that the register showed 1 inch 33 poihts as a result of the down-' pour for Friitiy, Saturlhiy,,.and Sunday.' This heavy fall will have the effect of 'infusing vigor into undergrowth of all' desciiptions, but, nevertheless, resident: lo6k forward with pleasure to settled and' even warm weather again. The folloviing are the latest mining re" ports cdnceriiing the Victorian M3t. M?organ,' Cairnesiville, and the Steel's Creek, Yarram Glen :-Mt. Morgan : Struck ore body 35ft. E. shaft iti'drive at 140 feet level, showing payable gold." Steel's Creek, Yarra Glen. -West dr-'e in 365 feet. Prospect...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Guardian
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CRICKET. HEALESVILLE V. HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 27 January 1899

CRICKET. HEALESVILLE V. HEIDEJBERG. Yesterday a team of crickers from Heidellerg 'visited, Healesville to try conclusions with the local players. h The visitors arrived by the first train d with a representative combination; and q a start was made shortly after dinner, a The locals were the first to god to the d wickets,:and E. Baird and O. Goodson ft opened to the bowling of the Wragge b brotheis. Gobdson was run out after g he had scored tive, and George took ri ,his place, bit he was caught when lie sa had only cotitributed four. Dr. Baird i then joined his brother, and they o carried the score on to 55, when the n latter was' howled by Watts for a total I of 21. Basset filled the vacancy, and fi he and the ddctdr took the score to 93, when the former was given out leg a before wicket, bowled Watts, for 21. a M'Callum was the next to bat, and g was bowled by Bond for five. Gibbs it andti Phillips we're both dismissed by tl Bond without scoring. A. Baird then s joined the doctor; ...

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