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Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

' '** PlaeCs of Note; Fernshaw, Black Spur, Stevenson Falls, "" athinna Falls, Condon Falls, ':alleson's " 'Look-out, Mount "Juliet, Mounit Riddell,: * " M liunt Monda, Mount St. Lcnoard, Cnran v.-Iderrk aboriginal station, and Don River * ::!- : *:;'.,Eoad. . i ' ,.*

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

, " . .-hr iten eni STOREKEEPER, HEALESVILLE. First-Class Stock .. ~ , OF " CrocJkery, Grocery, AND STATIONERY. The Best Quality of Bread in the District! Come and See,:and Judge for Yourself.. . HEALESVILLE S WAREHOUSE, NICHOLSON STREET, HEALESVILLE . . (Next Post-Office). STATIONER, Haberdasher and- Tobacconist, RESPECTFULLY intimates that he has always in stock:every requisit neces sary to be found in a well-conducted busi ness of this kind. an ' cy Goods,' :_.. Tobacco 8 Cigars, Soaps & Perfumery, School Requisites, Stationery, all kinds, ....... -.:' . -.ishiag -Tackle, &c. English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers. Delivered ?r Or Posted to any Address. 0. JUST RECEIVED A. LARGE, :CONSIGNMENT OF JARS - ;:. JARS JARS FRUIT ) FJ S JARS PRESETVING JARS JABS SFAS Wide --Mouths. - Delivered, Bs. d., Per Dozen. SAGENT FOR POULTON .&OWEN'S HOM4EPATIO C MEDICINES. Every-Description of ' PATENT MEDICINES SKept in Stock. : ouse, Land.:Estate, Comnimission and ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

THE HEALESYILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. Counties-Anglesey and Evelyni. Parishes-Buxton. Glenw*atts, Narhethnng Stevensans, and part of Gracedale and Granton. Province-Snouth-Eastern. Members of Council--Hons. Jas. Balfour, Jas. Bgehanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D. Electoral District-Evelyn. Division Healesrille. -fMember of Assembly--E. H. Cameron. Electoral District-Anglesey. Division- Marvsville. 'ernher of Assenmbly-\aM. K. M Kenzie.

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

J. CULLEN, Proprietor.' S T HE Prnpriiter respectfully intimates .I . that Visitors and Tourists will.find really good iand .oi"nfortable 'aecorhmoda -: 'o ,' tion at his old-etanhlished hostelry. . . Charges Moderate. Stabling Free 1"J O'B' PRINTING".-!s. •" n,:i : T, ''T .THE " "'I "CIA6RDIANi OFFIC:ný obuth y m iook bf.r ADVANCE HEALESILLE!E . -."ý . . ._ ý · . . . . b . ,. r,. " ti J " , . . i I A New Weekly Newspaper Printed and Pib1ished at the Office, NICHOLSON STREET, ,:HEALESVILLE.. rr L IS 11 /Support d YOUR owN :hw I .WL. S . I'-AT:..ER .:t,; Printed_ In Shs Buxtonpport. andEncurage,Eltha YOSURROUNDING PARISHSPAPER For s its Abound? u bi s heipprt an d oc The.opr You Right t alr . nTre ide T1 G` j ,- !: . . ...= , t ih s-ho te It e :N .... .n - And,,, alhe ". I .1 ; ,-s .' + . .. + , . .. .c+ :l v- · u a·vt io .. + . ,+aaa rday 'q' : . . . , r: r++ cII ++ UfC.3ZO N s o iAn" .. ..t '-- . ,, bh io w. r , , t j I ... . ....4 .. 'Ir +;? " : "'' +~ H i t.'.- d - .d a 0.. , i' ...

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Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

Cricket Club. President 'Mr. G. V. Edgcuibe. .Vice-Presidents--Messrs..Rowe, Kepple, aifiL Dr: Baird; , -" .Secretary-.Mr. A. Hart. :' A -

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HEALESVILLE v. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

MSEALLESY LLL V. YIItdia LE .: I: A mat4h. etwe.,the.: auove, clubs; in. :connectionr }::with the Oamerdn Trophy, uill take place' at Yarra ?l en ou Sat?ik layext ~r? i -ealesville teai will becioseni fron the follow ing--Allan, I:.Ba4 i:l ary, Beets, Ctiglle (?), Southern arvie,n tmriS?land, "Souiern, - Taylor, and -W _ 't..- "- K. :.

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THE CLOSED ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

THE CLOSED "ROADS. We, reprint from -last week's'. Evelyn •Obserber the -following reports, which were laid before the. -Elthanm Shire Coun'cilineetiing on the 6th' inst.:-- Semo. for the' President,'&c., Eltham Shire Council. I have the honor to report that Ors. Farreil an'd Love and myself, accom ·panied-by Crsi'Holland: and Clements, of --Healeville,epaid ;a- visit :of. inspec tion to that portion of the district lying between the township and "Maroondah acqueduct_ with th e view of inquiriifig -' st?. Into the complaint made by the Heilesville Couricil as to the closing of a road and track via Donnelly's Creek.; and 2nd. As to the applications made for the erection of bridges over the- Watds River and New Chum Creek. . With regard to the former, there is no doubt as to the correctness of 'the :allegation for the: grounddfor.which :it appears that the: Public Works Depart .ment and Metropolitan. Board of Works may be held jointly respondsible. But it is admnitted'that"ano...

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THURSDAY, MARCH 15. (Before Mr. J. Green and Dr. Kilpatrick, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

THURSDAY, MARCH 15.   (Before Mr. J. Green and Dr. Kil- patrick, J's.P.) John Ellis was charged: on remarid with uhlawful assault. 'A, Hart, hairdresser anfd tobaceonist of :Healesville, deposed that about. 9: o'clock,on Saturday evening last pri soner came to his shop, and made use of veryvulgar language. He asked' prisoner to desist org¬o out- of the shop. This the latter refused to do, becoming abusive, and stating that he would a' smash him as he would that door," at the .9itmitidiie hitting" the door and breaking-one of the panels. On en deavorindg to put the: prisonier out.he struck hiim. D. Blair corroborated this evidence: P. risoner was also charged with wil fully da~ aging paoperty." The evidence was the same as in the previous case. Mr. Hart stated that as prisoner had beeni confined since Saturday h:?e did not wish to press the charge. Tihe damage was about 5s." :,-Fined:. on'each .charge. 2s. -6d. or 24 hours' iiiprisonoient, with 5s: damages. Ernest Robert...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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"THE VAGABOAND" AND HIS TRIP TO HEALESVILLE AND DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

"THE VAGABOND'' AND HIS TRIP TO HEALESVILLE AND DISTRICT.     [BY DOMUS.] ,   As as literary production the article of "The Vagabond in, the Leader is neither more nor less than a jumble of incidents, having no bearing whatever on the subject, and teeming with all the weaknesses of journalism, and, being neither instructive or reliable. How- ever, leaving these at present, the part to which objection is here made, and which certainly requires contradiction and correction is the closing part re- garding "the Colston murders." He says the only souvenir that remains of these is the Watts Bridge at Fern- shaw. That bridge was not built by Colston, but by a Mr. Cox, who was the contractor for its erection and he, Colston, was simply employed by him for a part of the carpenter work, and during that period, he, with another man, resided in a detached ,dttage at the Watts Bridge Hotel, which was situated in the centre of the now de- molished and desert...

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HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1894. (Before Mr. J. Green, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 16 March 1894

HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT' MONDAY, MAROH 12, 1894. (Before Mr. J. Green .J.P )   J. Ellis, charged by, Senior Constable Hocking, with unlawful assault and, wilful damage to property, was re manded till the 15th inst.   James Burns, drunk, and disorderly, was discharged, being his first offence.

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CRICKET. TROPHY COMPETITION. HEALESVILLE v. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894

. CRI ET. ,;,, .. ; , TROPHY COMPETITION. :?HEALESVILLE V.- YARRA :GLE'N. •These clubs' me tr the: third 'time this seasoii 'in the trophy matches, : to'n the Glen's"grouril on"'Saturday, "lad' the Healesvilleitea have a Very .fair show of' winnig this match if theyv can onljy keep up to last Saturday' . form?? The maitch 'will be resumed.to-' morrow. The Glen went in to bat first, and werer not disposed of unritil f th-e very: respectable score of 92 w as obtained J. Wilson again treated the , spectators to some excellent cricket carrying his bat .right throught the i?,. f niigs for 34 .runs. W. Wilson with 16. and E. Smith 11, were 'the only other batsmien who obtained double figures. A very strange decision.was given in this innings .by the Glen's umpire. He called a wide off Hart's bowling, although the ball was struck biack to the bowler. Rule 12 states: is follows:--" If :te bowler should bowl the ball.so high over, or oo wide of etlh . wicket that in the opirnionof te ii pire...

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VALEDICTORY COFFEE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894

. VALEDICTORY COFFEE i SOCIAL. A veryi successful and enjoyable a coffee social was tendered to the Rev. st T. P. Knell, bon Wednesday evening Ir last. in the United Methodist Church. ft Mr..,Knell-has been in charge of the hi Healesville circuit for a considerabli (t time past, and his gentlemanly and e: kindly disposition has ingratiated him B 'in the esteem of all who had the plea sure of his acquaintance, while he was 8 an earnest and conscientious worker .in f the great cause..' To mark the general feeling of respect in :which the rev. a gentleman and his good lady were held, i1 not:.only by.the members of his own: flock, but by the townspeople, a coffee social was tendered. to them on the occasion of their departure from Healesa, ville. - TI)is was carried out in a most t successful "and creditable manner, by several energetic ladies and gentlemen on Wednesday evening with the most pleasing, results. The church was de, corated beautifully. with' magnificent fern fronds and flo...

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Electoral Registrars. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894

Electoral Registrars, ' .. G. V. Furmston,' Healesrille;, Jno. M. Keppel, Marysville; Jno IEwart, Launch ing Place.

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THE PROPOSED FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894

THE PROPOSED FIRE BRIGADE. The Shire. Secretary;. Mr. C.. iH. Alex:ndrler has received the following communication - from Mr. W./ S. Judd, Chief Officer. and "Secretary of the Country Fire Brigade's Boardi'n r:eply to his request" foi information on: the subject of foriilini a brigade in Heales ville. The communication: is as fol lows: " Adverting to yours of: 19th inst., the proper steps to take ti bring the township of Healesville under the operation of the Fire Brigades' Act, 1890, No; 1200, copy sent you under inother cover, is' for your Council to apply to this Board under sa?tion 4 of the Act, and' the usual practice is to send an officer to the place to report on its requiremenits and probable cost. In the absene o "f ' any information about youir town I cannot give an opinion, but if you will furnish answers to the following questions, I may be in a position to afford. you soimeapproxi mate estimate as to cost, &o., viz. : 1 :1. Area of township in acres-. 2. Approxi...

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Nature of Country. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894

INature of Country. SMountairious; heaLvily tinibered ranges, with giant gums, beautiful waterfalls, fern gullies, and magniliceut scenery.. -

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Industries. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894

Industries. . . Fruit and hop growing,and, timber cut ting.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894

' .A . 'a - e AND GENERALI STOREKEEPER, HEAiESVILLE. First-Class Stock or .A-P°R Crockery, Grocery, AND SA TIONERY. The Best Quality of Bread in the District Come and See, and Judge for Yourself. SH.EA. ES LLE. WABEBOUSE, *.Ncgorqsoi STBEFT, HEAEIbSVILLP (Ne.t Post Office). . I' Wtthcw6, STATIONER, Rabordashoe ad Tobacconist, R ESPECTFULLY intimates tlat he has always in stock every requisit neces sary to be found in a'well-conducted busi ness of this kind. fancy Goods,. Tobaoco S Cigars, Soaps & Perfimery, .. School Requisites, Stationery, allkinds, Fishing Tacle, jc. English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspaperi Delivered S r" Or Posted to any Address., .g JVST RECEIVED A LARGE CONSIGNMENT SOF .JAS FRUIT I J4RS JA3BS PRESERVING JARS Wide Mouths. Delivered; s,. a. Per Dozen. AGENT FOR POULTOQS - OWEN'S HOMIEPATHIC MEDICINES. E... ' very Descriptior of PATENT MEDICINES - - Kept in'Stock, House, Iand, EstAte, Commission .and Insurance Agent.. Loans Negotiated, Rents Collected,...

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Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894

Healesville. A pretty municipal township, with post an: d telegraph and .money-order. office, and, savings.bank, situated at .the junction of the:.Graceburn nd Muroondah rivers, 39 ;'miles east of Melbourne. '-'Rail' direct with Melbourne, Healesville being the terminius.' It has three !large first-class hotels and ' large temperance hotel; Gracedale House, a haridsome sumitmer resort, is situated near .:'!bhe foot of Mount Juliet, about three' miles' from the railway station. There are a fine state- school, four churches, bhranch.of. the Colohial Bank, court house; police station, t .,:mechanics' institute and free. libary- a newspaper (TaE HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN), a nunimber of stores' and :other- places of : business. Extensive recreation groundsi: cleared, improved, and fenced ;, also beau tiful lawn tennis court and bowliig green. Trout anhdblackfish may' be caudght in the f "t ..river near Healesville, and good shooting .a!few miles.out. The district is' princi Spally grazing ; ...

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Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894

S' Bowling Club. EPreBident MiG .'V..Edgeomlie' '* " ScretajrEy^- Mr:ýW."M'Sweeney. ' I . ` .. . - I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894

J. CULLEN, Proprietor.: . HE : Proprieter respectfully .intimates , L that Visitors and Tourists will find: really good and comfortable accorninoda ' ti6h"athis'i; d-established hostelry. Ales, Wines, and Spirits of t.the . Best.;Brands. S iharges Moderate. Stabling, Free. JOB PRINTINPG`"' :,: aI-r / ': !:i :ý.GUARBDIAN OFFICE.-:'L'"" "i;::?,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~t 1??/ -'.-. ???.-.?..o:: ' I 'N7 '11 C, .. 7. NICHOLSON STREET, HEALES.VILLE is the _ . .. Printed in the Shire of Healesville Support and Encourage: YOUR OWN NEWSPAPER For it is its bounden duty to Support and Advocate WILL CIRCULATE IN Healesville, Yarra Glen:, Lilydale, ~Warburton,, Marysville, Buxton, Upper Yarra, Launchinig Place, Eltham, S. And all he SUR"ROUN ING ..PA IS ...,FS I , ' - .•J I' . . : . 1 : ', ": J : " ! ' , .( ? ', ' . . ý : " THE; 'UARD TAN will be p ublished ev r Fridayn Moi.nl g. . ESSRZPTZI ON 1 , A',.:u The Propretor wishes toacquaint, all Trdesmnen and tEhe toEeute.Orders f fo : ,- "' : ·, " " . " i i....

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