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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 7 May 1898
READ OUR Advertisements. ---:0:---- Prizes Free ! .. .. Prizes ! Free Prizes ! - :o:-- Cut out the Coupon, and forward it with ONE PENNY STAMP to the Editor, GUARDIAN, Healesville, and if you are the first successful for the week, you will receive S[X SHILLINGS value in any of the following ways: Six months' free subscription to the "Guardian," six shilling?, wortli of printed envelopes, six shillings worth of printed letter paper, six shillings worth of billheads, six shillings worth of receipt forms, six shillings worth of business cards, or six shillings worth of tickets. Conditions :-Every week the letter " e" will he replaced by the letter "c" in no less than five different instances in our advertising columns, and the first one to send in this coupon with the five correct letters, will receive the prize. Every week particulars as to the five letters misplaced will be huindt to Mr. G. S. Matthews, of Heal!esville, All letters sent in will be placed in a box, and on Thursday eve...
Working People. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 7 May 1898
Working People. " With fingers weary and worn. with eyelids heavy and red," many a woman is pegging away at a machine or needle, struggling to make two ends meet. The very nature of the work is apt to undermine the health, and one of the persistent and almost inevitable re. sults is liver and stomach troubles. Bile Beans are a simple, safe, and cer tain remedy that has stood the test of time, and when used by women who plad a sedentary life they will be found of great service. These little Beans cure all ills that comue fron bad dies tion and sluggish liver action. Bile Beans are no new remedy. They have been used in America for 'years by the first physicians, and are manufactured in one of the largest and hest equipped faeitories in they world, at Detroit, Miichigan, U.S.A. Bile Beans are an undoubted specific for Indigestion, Bili ousness, Constipation, Piles, Pimples, Dizziness, Debility, and all Liver and Stomach Troubles.. Price, Is. 1½d. per box, at all chemists. Victbrian age...
OUR NEW STORY. The Mystery of Bird's Reef. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 7 May 1898
OUR NEW STORY. - !:o---? The Mystery of Bird's Reef. -(:o:) (By J. e . Barr.) ----(io:)--- CONTINUED. The new comer was a thick set man of fifty-fvei iwh had known all the families for many years, arid cverybody knew Lanky Joe, as he was cominmtoi. u was said that he was a " lifer" from the other a?u,. He had not been fortunate at mining, and now eatned a precarious living by carting quartz to the crushing mills. "Ye knaw tmy big white horse, Garge. Well, I have lost him; he fell down a deep hole and got killed, and yve no money to buy another. I thought maybe as you would give me the money to buy another. Will ye now, just for old times like? " •' I'll do nothing or the sort. I don't rhind giving you a pound or two io help you, but why should I buy you a h, orse2 . - " i"'nybe'you'll change your mind. Fifty potinds ain't miic. ti) you and it's everything to me. Horses ain't the ,"nly things that fall down holes as you knows full well," id lie leered a hi.ieous smile as George's dar...
Died Whilst in a Fit. ROBBED SUDDENLY OF AN EXPECTANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 7 May 1898
Died Whilst in a Fit. ROBBED-: SUDDENLY. OF' AN EXPECTANCY. On Monday morning last, while a man naimed Olaf C. Schmidt was read ing in the Lilydale Mechanics' ?nsti tute, he suddenly fell back in a fit, and in a. few minutes, died. A William Gregory was in the room at the ti?r', but thinking he could not render any assistance, sent for Dr. Syinm, who, on arrival, found-lif'e to be extinct. The body was removed to the police station, where an inquest was held, "death from an acute epileptic fit" being re turned. The deceased, who is a native of Copenhagen, Denmark, has been living in the district for the last 12 months, working in the employ of Mr. F. Benyan, who first found him in a very, destitute condition, looking for work. Though Schmidt was evidently without m cans, his parents in Den mark were well-to-do, and by the death of his mother, which occurred hut re cently, he was entitled to the sum of £1800, £50 of which was already on the way out to him. On Thursday afterucool his ...
School Picnic. MARYSVILLE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 7 May 1898
* School Picnic. MAI:YSVILrLE, Saturday. Mrs. Johnstone, the popular school mis tress of Marysville, held her second an nual picnic on the footrace course on ruesduy last. The picnic was not con fined to the youngsters, but many of their parents and elder sisters were there, and the example set by the small ones was quickly followed by the grown-up portion with snlch zest that a most enjoyable day was spent by all. The children were all on the ground by 10 o'clock and races for them were started immediately, and kept going merrily till noon. Full justice was, then done to all the delicacies, under whicf thel tables groaned, by old and young. The tefreshnments were given by Mesdames Johnston, Johinstone, Barton, *Boone. Tucker, Kirwan, Hodson, Martell, Firman. and Misses Scott and Freeman. Races, dancing oni the green, skipping, ttgs-of war, and other gamnes, called by high-class people vulgar, were indulged in with free and n.stural mzet till five o'clock, when " ten, oh !" was the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 7 May 1898
S:i EL S V ILLE NicaoSi.r. ,S'STRETr, IIEALESVILLE (Next Post. Office). G. S. Matthews, STATI NER, A .bedazl~s and Tobacconist, I E1PCT1'FULLY intiates that lihe has A, always in stock every reiquisit neces sary to be found in a well-conducted busi nces of this kind. Fa~oy Goods, Tobacco & Cigars, Soaps & perfumery, School Requisites Stationery, all kinds Fishing, Tackle, Ac. English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Delivcred gy- Or Posted to any Address. . Circulating ,n, .Library. A Large Stock of .Patent, Homrepa:tic, and:IHorse Medicines Always on Hand., Licensed under the Pharmacy Bdard of` Victoria. House. Land, Estate, & Fire and Life Assurance Agent. *2f 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. 1IE ALSO HAS ON SALE Every Descripti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 7 May 1898
'. 4; SEAS302ý 180M.3. LA!;GE CRlOPS andl GOOD PRIOFS. nrP. FARMERS and FRUITOROWERS is the Wish of BEEHIVEX STORES, li:,in 5tr'cct, Si TT4`? ID ýL -.a I \Vtin in rdnvir nFx ti ~oodi Sx asn :.;\Pi~lt, 0' mad SHOES. Latest Novelties DRE2SS s~Q3,: B~E,~ ~ 0c~SQI ce"-P ;'fir=; e i~a ý ý ""ýý ý;ý farm cctr .C ss . rat, ý, t, ý1 ' _':df>G+VJ NSitýle E ý .i.a' l Fn :1i1't' :l-s' '', "',i l i.isisl:'1 `..t.I`t's"ý S ,.ý "(li,; s 1)i iii::, i iriihtu,.l,. -"1 ls u't. to l!r! thgSr Lit 'i.iuk, I hhlA li. T,,'.. ~. 0.u 1T5~. Suis t Sui t-k j at ha-t I I.is tit', .si . ie'. Bc..t Mt kefi Only AT 1ncando ~S~efltr` Gas~ C~~rLight Waler Ogaic Meoures.i l Lowests Prices, THE ::ASSOrTED . of DRAPERY MENS CLOTHING BOYS DO* BOOTS SHOES GI QO IY Cpl00xEnY' STa T1021`.2n in the is offered by (late flaw'born Korey and Coy.) at very L 0 w Prices . ' for. . `SPOT` ;L.SfBB BEST QUALITY only is the Motto SEND) (ORIi~i AT ONCE and SAVE SON 1T, to the reeognfised best all round store. AIdVl)lESS GENERAL ME...
News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 7 May 1898
'ews of te Week. TIEALESVlr.t. Suow.-We have been informed that Miss Ethel Shaw won the prize for painting, and alaster Smith the prize for a map at this show. Among the names of the principal prize winners omitted last week, are Messrs. W. Hubbard and E. MI. Davies in the fruit classes; Messrs. C. Ozanne, E. Sargeant, F. IIardnwicke and S. Sloss in the vege tables ; and Messrs. T. Phillips, Mrs. E. Hancock, and Miss Cameron in the flower classes. Mrs. G. E. Overton, of Wandin, was most suecessful in the bottled and pre served fruits. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SroTrs.-The; conm bined committee, consisting ?i.. Mr. B. 1U Itigby, cl,,irman Mr. W. lurneide, Treasurer; and lMessrs. iobson, Roberte Chandler, Rodgers,.; l., Burnside.. IIarley, .3'Sweeney, C. HBopke, J..Smitli; ,.un A. F. Buckley (secretary) have been lotlding meetings throughout the week, and in another column will be seen sthe excellent, vnried, and attractive prograumne they are presenting. Not tlrIclast amusing item is the Donk...
Mr. Mentiplay,— [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898
*Mr. Mentiplay,-Sir, I beg to tender you my sincerest thanks 'ftr the won derful ..cure yiiu performed on my child. The ,said child when about 11 ithoiths old contracted a" cold which turned to Bronchitis and afterwards to double Pneumonia, 'and, was for weeks laying- at death's door; then worst of 'all heagl l ot, that dreaded disse MIarasmus fromtiiwhichbso niny cildren'-pine away: and die; He gradlually wasted away, till at last he got .o %siall .and fraill that we tlhought every day .wou!d 'li his last, and for tie lai few weks efore iilkini himi to onio we just managed to l,-i.1p hin, alive on weak brandy. :ti n;iter. Ditirinii. the wholeof this ,ime the .chihl h:ul the h attendance and' ad'icre of o some ° the bl st Doc tors in thi colony for a lich I paid a oond uniit of nnioey As: a last resource I" was;iildiced to* take the :child to you with '!:atfollowihg result that in, less, than'. one :week 'under your successful trertinent he had .started to improve and' within ,one n...
Healesville, May 11th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898
Healesville, Ma[y 11th, 1898. Dear Uncle Rube,-I saw by last week's " Guardian" that there was no room for'tha children's letters, so I hope to see mny two 'letters in this week. I see you.have another 'ompetition open now. The `weather is very cold just now, I think there must be snow about. Our school master (Mr. George) gave the children a treat on Wednesday. night last by giving themti a mraic lantern, it was very pretty. I went and I enjoyed myself very much. Dear Uncle Rube I have no more news this time with my very best love to you. : remain.your loving. rihece, ~' ''ROSIE PHILLIPS. Aged 12 years andr five months.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898
READ OUR Advertisements. Prszes free ! .. .. Prizes ! Free Prizes ! ., - :0: Cot out the Coupon, and forward it with ONE ; PENNY STAMP to the Editor, GUARDIAN, Healesville, and'if you are the first Zsuccessful for the week, you' will receive } Xr sfILLI Jv S value in any of the following ways: Six mbnths' free subscription too the " Guardian," six shillings. worth of priited envelopes, six shillings worth of prifited letter paiper, six shillings worth'of billheads, six shillings vorth of receipt forms, six shillings-worith of busiiess cards, dr six shillings worth of tickets. Conditions :-Every week the letter " "will he replaced yiv the letter! "c" in no less than five different instances in our advertising columns, and the first one to send in this coupon witth the five correct letters, will receive the prize.. Every week particulars is to the five letters misplaeed will he handed .to M1r..G. S. Matthews, of Healeseville, All lette'rs sent in will be placed in a box; aiid on Tllih...
Rutherglen, May 6th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898
Rutherglen, May 6th, 1R98. Dear Uncle,--I have not written: to von before as I have be;n very busy helping iii the vintage, vwhich is now,. however, cotmpleted, As 'perhaps it might' he in teresting to you. I will deasctibe the pro uiess of winemaking, as carried on in the larger vineyards of :this distriiit; TheI number of men employed as pickers is generally about twenty. The grapes areo picked in keroseneccans, which are emptied iiito casks. These are carted in lorries or drays to the cellair, and their contents are tipiped into a cement vat, from which a man feeds them into the elevtor, a" con trivaice arranged..on the principal of. the Chinese water buckets. The elevatir;. which is worked by steam. feeds the grapes into the combined crusher' and stenimer. and the crushed ginipes then pass .into .cei ment or wooden vats, ~in whieh"' they, are allowed to remain till. the'.juice is 'iaflli ciently fermented. The ferniented muiiist. is nowi run into either screw, continuous, or hyd...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898
ExTRACTS FROM GAMC AND FISHERIES AC,?. 54 Vict. No. 1095, clause 5.-Wilfully de. stroying, netting, or using other means for killing or taking imported game at any time. Penalty-£2 and value of bird or animal (sec schedule below). Clause 6.-Do. do. native game during close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to be for each bird or animal. Clause7.-Buying. selling, or knowingly having in possession, house, or control, any imported game or native game during close season. l'enalty-Imported game, £5 and lue of bird or animal; native game Cl:use 8.-Taking eggs out of or destroy. ingnest I.f importedor native game, or hav ing eggs in possession. Penalty--lOs. each egg. Clause 11.-Laying poison for or poison. ing g:ame. Penalty-£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 5.t Vict. No. 1093. clause 35.-Taking, sclling, or exposing for sale any fish daring close season for such 'fish. I'enalty-Not more thau £20, and forfeiture of fish. SCHuoULE.-VALuE OF BIRDS AND A uIMA1/ UNDER THE AC...
BUXTON CHURCH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898
BUXTON CHURCH. o TEE EDITOR 5' TILE GtfAP.DIA! . Sir,-Church matters are progress inw very slowly at Buxton, and it seems that the heads'in Melbourne do not in terest themselves as much in our be hal"f as they profess. Three years ago the residents built a church, and the same was duly consecrated by the Bishop of Melhourne 'At that1 time we were promised a resident reader, who, however, has not yet arrived. Several reminders only elicited a re newed promise, and there we are. It is to he hoped that the Bishop will see his way to appoint a minister to take charge of the parish, or the residents might apply to some other denomina tion for a spiritual adviser.-Yours, &c., CHURCH-GOER. Buxton, 9th May.
THE YOUNG FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898
THE YOUNG FOLKS. E are pleased to inform our i yal youthful readers that we de vote a portion of our space to their, especial benefit. The next conmpeLitiol is for an essay on "ThT Frog," which jitust he interesting and concise. We, regularly otfer every- week a handsome prize volume. The n laxi ,num points oltainalle for this compe tition will he 100, divided as follows: Composition,'30 ; Matter, 30; Spelling, 15; Punctuation, 15 ; Writing, 10. All esssays must be handed in not later than ] 2 noon on Thursday. This competition is open to all. child ren under the age of 16; and contribu tions are invited. The best essays received every week will be published in the paper. Healesville, May 5th, 1898. De-'r Uncle Rube,-As I wa? so success ful last week with my letter, I thought that you would like another "letter from me. I was very pleased when I read the " Guardian" to know that I had won the prize.' There are to le' sports up here on the 24th of May, I hope it will be fine for thei...
CHOPPING-MATCH FIASCO. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN.] [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898
CHOPPING-MATCH FIASCO. [TO TiHE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN.], Sir--Some few weeks ago a challenge was thrown out to me through the medium of your columns, whereby a James Connelly offered to back Bob Brann to chop me for?£25 ?side. Will you kindly afford me the opportunity to let the public know that I accepted the challenge, and placed £5 deposit in the hands of the proprietor of the Grand Hotel, hut the other side have up to now' failed 'to dover it; further, that at any future time I shall be glad of the chance- to make the match. Thanking you in anticipation-Yours, Sc., JOHN HOARE.
OUR NEW STORY. The Mystery of Bird's Reef. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898
OUR . NEW .STOURY. (..o:) The Mystery of Bird's Reef. -(:O:)- (By J. ,,. Barr.) CONTINUED), It was Very hard climbing along the narrow track, which led round the spur into another valley with a small tribu tary stream. In this a number of men . were standing up to their knees in the ice-cold water handling long shovels, soJaping the rocky bottom for the sand and gravel gathered in the ledges. The main body of the stream had been di-. verted into a race, and they were working the old bed of the river. A few tents were scattered about, and t'owards one of them Will was waking his way, when the figure of a haggard, wild, half-naked man dashed from the entrance, and ran like a madman towards him crying "Save me.-'or God's sake, save me-I did not do it, I swear: Ii did n,,ot. I ltipad approached quite close before he looked up, but the muoment he saw the face of Will he shrieked out "? Risen from the dead to cirse me," and fell in convul sions at Will's feet, who, looking down with the d...
A Good Recipe for Blushes. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898
A Good l*ecipe for Blushes. Countless recipes for blushes have been from time to time advertised and written about in the columns of the society papers.. But perhaps the most satisfactory and health-giving of the lot: is that which was recently used most successfully by Miss Warne, of 68 Tivoli-road, South Yarra, Vic. Writing upon the matter, the editor of the "Piahran telegraph" says: " 1 went down to South -Yarra one afternoon and I saw Mtls Warne, who, in answer to miy question, said : "Oh, yes, Dr. Williams' iPink Pills for Pale People cured me. Don't I look cured 1" " Well, I replied, "you don't seem to have much the matter with you. You look the picture of health." And I eyed the boiom on her cheeks like the down on a peach. Sh sniiled. ;" Well, three years ago I was eiýmiply dying-. I had doctors and ductot.;, a'keii ty iutuoo;. la turn. iigi to w?ater, i?di I ge I ia? Cw.:ttiln hr aid thinner every day. Mly friends at Heathcote were %ery auixtus about " You were suffering th...