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DISTRICT NEWS. BUXTON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898

DiSTRICT NEWS. LFROY OUR CORRESPONDENTS. BUTONr , Mornday It hna 'oenrially deiledto hl Tlh letic sports at Buxton on J.Tne 1st. The proposed ploiihoing match had to hi; ahan doned for want of iuterest shown by the resilents. I hear th-it Messrs. T. Robbins and .W. Hay are at the head of the corn mittee as chairman and secretary retspec so there will not be any doubt that the affair will turn niit a success. A ball i., thie Bnx'on Hlall at night 'is to conclude the dal'r entertainiiient. The weather is still dry up here and tlhe ground is ivery hard, which rendtdrs plonidgh ing irnposeille iin ruany places, with the re sult that the' farmers will be late' putting in thecir crop. A fierce cold wind is blow in from the south, which is an indication of snow.,

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898

SThe coming dread of the Australian colonist is the apparant increase of that dreadful complaint, Hydatids.. Some say that there is no cure for it, only by operation; but in my experience I say that the' only cure is to be found by Medicine. My son I found 'had a small swelling on his side, although but little notice was taken of it until it in creased in size; and four (4) years 7afterwards we took hain to two (2) doctors, who wanted at once to ope rate upon him. I at first objected, but afterwards took him to the Childreu's .Hospital for operation, which was un successful. After another month he ihad to be operated on again, which was ialso unsuccessful. He lingered for 'about three (3) months, getting very 'weak. I was then advised to take him :to the Homoopathic Hospital. The doctors there also wanted to operate upon him again ; but, experiencing a doubt as to his recovery 1 then thought that as the doctors in both ',hospitals 'had expressed a doubt as to my son's recevery, I ma...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898

I RONMON?l E C XS: GR 'OCER, antu GENERUAL -?".... S TO R:?:EKE E P ER. ?athrone oicrrace, r:cealev'ille. The Eollowin r No. 1 A Sugar 15s. lier 70 lb. Bag 2s-.8d. a dOZ. lbs. New Currants 6,d. per lb. Tapioca 81bs for 1s. A reduct on of Id. per lb. off lolb -oxes, per lb. cn half chests, Choice Teas is to Is 6d per lb. New Raisins 5vd. per lb. Other Goods at Lowest Current' Prices White Sago 81bs. for Is.- ,Japan, lice 5bs. for - 1s. pearl Barley 2d. lb. plum Jamd 6=d 21b. tin Gillesp' " dller Flour 26s. a bag Self-raising flour ls. 3b. a 51b bag {Flake Oatmeal I s. 4d. per 71b. ba g \Oatmeal Is for 6 lbs -SALE ! - LE ! S. LIL- TDATLE ,IOTOSE_ GREAT V ear ng :Sale NOW ON. Enormous Recuctions in all Departmnets. GOODS MUST BE SOLD TC M( AKE ROOM FOR SHIPMENTS OF WINTER GOODS. The following quotations are for Cash, and will give an idea of the prices:- White and Grey Calico, from is 1ld dozen. '72in. :White and Grev Twil Sheetings at 10.d per yard. Galateas, 3d, 4"d1 ?d 0)d. per yard...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Pertinent Pars. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898

,,,Pertisnent Pars. -- ?r, [Br HiAwK E?-E .] " A snapper-up of unconsidered trifles." And it came to pass when it was yet the seventh, eighth, and following days of the fourth month of the year, that the disciples of many religious bodies did journey to Healesville-a 'to?rists' resort some 38 miles from Melbourne-- and did gather together as divine wor shippers. They were clothed in fine raiment, and a badge, attached totheir. person, signified the order to which they, beloinged. When darkness did come upon the land, songs and words of praise were rendered, and a great multitude did. gather together, and were filled with joy at the wondrous things they. heard. Day after day .they. did go forth to battle, and behold, they con quered many foes, and when they girded up their loins to depart 'unto their homes, they took with, tliem-not' .trphies of g?1id ilves or cryst al_ pleasing recollections of `their sojourn here. Verily, verily, the Chatauqua Convention accomplished- large things,...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Closs Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR : [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898

Qloss Season for Game, to. THE WUOLE YEAS : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, aot indigenous to Australia, and their produeo (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bust tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, npnma ' larks, owls, partridges, phe;sl?. s, podargus or mopokes, - .,uthern stone plover or curl,.,, ..,...a', warblers, white swans, wrens. JUNE 14 TO DECEMBER 20: Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds. AUGUST 1 To nEBRUARY 28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons:' quail. AUGUST 1 to' DECEB~xn 20. All birds knowroa cranes, such as herons, egrets, &c.; all honey-eaters except wattle birds and leather-heads; all kingfishers other than the laughing jackass; all mem bers of the grauculus family ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-hird, cuckoos, gang gang co-katoos, land.rail, all other members of the rail family, porphyric, coats, &a...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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TORTURED FOR 13 YEARS. BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS SAVE ANOTHER LIFE. THE NEIGHBORHOOD SURPRISED AT THE REMARKABLE RECOVERY. THREE LEADING DOCTORS FAIL TO EFFECT A CURE. AND PATENT MEDICINES WERE UNSUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898

TORTURED FOR 13 YEARS. BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS SAVE ,ANOTHER LIFE. THE NEIGUBORIOOD SUR PRISED AT THE REMYARKABLE RECOVERY. THREE - LEADING' DOCTORS FAIL TO EFFECT A CURE. AND PATENT MEDI'INES WERE UNSUCCESSFUL. Mrs. Jane Colman, who resides at Beaumont-street, Hamilton, Newcastle, is a native of Kent, England. ý She is 57 years.of age, being the mother'of 11 grown-up sons and daughters. Mrs. Colman has rrsided in `'amilton for the last six years, and is wvell-known, throughout the district. A'reporter' from the kewcastle Her ald called on :lrs. ;Colman to:get,,,par ticularof. h'r nrillness andmiraculorus cure byh Bile Beans, and in answer to his enquiries she said:--' " For 13 years I had been ,in a deli cate state of health. My first symptoms were in the head. At times I would be seized with most excrucia ting pains at the base of the skull, followed by ' retching and periodical pains in the temple and back of the head. I became restless at night, anffered from a total, loss of...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898

S icil o T , I a,:A.i -TL L:;:.: l e:,,xlt Pot Ufllice). G. S. M .atthews, STATIONER,, Haberdasher and Tobacconist, 1) ESPECT'IU ,LY inlimat, h lit. he:a Sals\'iys k n sicaik every reisllsl eitleS sury ' to be found in a well-cumluted busi ness of this kind. S~Facy Good , : Tobacco b5 Ciga?a ,.. Sowts B& erfumoery, School Requisites Stationery, all kins, Fishing Tacklo, ic. English Magazines and Newspapers, Newspapers Delivered ' Or Posted to any Address. . Circulating n ' Library. . A L arge St6ck: of :,L.:: Patent, Hoiioncpal.hic, eandHorse Medicines Always on. Hand. Licensed under the Pharmscy Board of SVictoria., House. Land, Estate & Fire and Life Assurance Agent. *** 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. HE ALSO HAS ON. SALE Every Descripti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898

: SASO 189'7-S LARGE CROPS and GOOD PRICES. : FOR FARMERS and FRUITGROWERS. is the wish of BEEHI.VE STORES, SMain Street, TI. Ii ---D .A -I.. Estabislshed SSG. Who in anticipation of a Good Season tiiv" . mn?le Extensive Purchases of 'DIRAPERY, D aOOTS aud SHOES. Latest Novelties. ORESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, FAMCY 0ij0D S, . .BOL. OS- " ... SEQU7N COLLASETTES. :NEW "STOGK" COLLARS a, " C FFS. .... ,., . ; r7 . Fit Style and 'oVnrnk-lrinhip (uarant..,l . .ancy-Prit,, Atislins, Nninsook,? Batistes, Zephyrs, Canivas Ollohs. Calicoes, Sheetings Drills, "Iolland. Sriiped Ulateas,a Flcy Drills. CLOTHING fDElAETMNT :Men'.s, Youth'g, and Boy's Suits, STrousers &: Vsts. Trousers. FULL A.RSORTI'ED STOOCK OF: N'' cEW\ COODiS. iats, Sir, Collars and Ties. Suits to Measure. " Fit Guaranteed'' EOOTSI Largest Stock in the Distric '. Best Ma kers Only FLGROO Y DEPARTOENFT. S. BEST GOODS. AT L owest M..-ices "J C 7 A: 11 ', . . , " ,T , . . " . ,. ' : S. ;{A;GENI.ES: . .1 IncandescentfGas, .ighb...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Correspondence. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions of our correspondents.) THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898

Correspondence. ( We do not necessarily endorse s.Ie opinions 8 our correspdndenta.) THE COMMONWEALTH BILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. Your correspondent of last week need hardly have alluded to the preju dices of same of our Shire councillors. They have, as it is only natural to ex pect, their prejudices and antipathies just like other people, but he might have found a much graver fault with the members of many of our munici pal and shire councils, namely a ten dency-and a growing tendency-to dabble in politics, a matter totally out side their functions as councillors, and it will be a question for the ratepryers, ere long, to decide how far they shall be permitted to go in this direction. There is certainly some little excuse to be offered in regard to the Commonwealth Bill which is not, or, at all events, ought not be viewed as a political ques tion, but seeing there exists such a diversity of opinion on the subject, it is but just that I,nth sides should he represented. The ...

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The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1898. News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 14 May 1898

Scribeiidi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDA Y, MAY 14, 1898. News of the Week. BOWLING.-A match was played on the local rinks yesterday between the councillors of the Alexandra Shire and those of our own body. A most plea sant game. resulted, and ended in a win for Healesville. COURT- -At the local petty sessions on Thursday last, Mr Sloss was sum moned by Mr. P. A. Burt for using insulting words. The defendant was fined £1 and £2 costs. Two boys named Perry were cautioned by the Bench for robbing fruit trees from Mr. Phillipy's garden, the complainant not wishing'to preussthe charge. HEALESV:LLE AND UPPER YARRA. -The return cricket, match between the Healesville and Upper Yarra Shire Councils was played at Launching Place on Saturday last, and resulted in ,a draw. Crs. Sloss and Goodson cap tained the respective teams, and the former-,a la Harry Trott-winning the toss, decided to send his opponents into the field.. A very good stand was. made...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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The Old Enemy has now no Terrors." "Two Years' Indigestion." "Almost went Blind in the Street." He used Clements Tonic, hope dawned, he was cured. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

" .?`T.iOld' Eneimy has 5rl: nc Terrors." ..wo Years' Indigestion." ?lost- went Blind in the Street." He used Clements Tonic, hope dawned, --he " was cured. :r li? Laing, Gsaham-street;, Albert Park Vicioria, writes on May 8th, 1896;:=-Fn fered.frotni indigestion for over two years, and:after trying all sorts of medicine ivith out-improvement 1 gave it dp, hni'frelt sure' my case was hopeless. However, a friend persuaded me to "try 'Clements Tonic. I did so, and th'- first'bottle did me so much good that hope dawned,-and I tried two more hottles, the result being that I am now'thoronghly well, er?in e: well,- have gained flesh, and always'feel in excellent spirits. My symptoms were se .vere headaches daily, sometimes gninm alnmost blind in the street, liver: complica tions being very. seridits, no heart for busi ness, getting little rest from sleep. This happened abhut two years ago, but I have continued so wdll all this time,that I sin .n'tw not afraid the old enemy will return. I ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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THE YOUNG FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

THE YOUNG FOLKS E are pleased to informni our 3 youthful reartlis that; e de yvote a portion of on.' pace to their especial benefit. The net comipetition is for an essay on " Thi Snail,' which rmust lie inter.sting 'andl concise, WVe regularly offer `e%, '-y ierlt a handsoime prize voliim. -The ianlt nmor points oitninahle for this compe tition will he 100, divided as follows:- Composition, 30.; .Matter, 30'; S.elliig, 15; Punctuation: 15 ;\Vritin", :10. All esssrays miuit be hMnded 'in' :not later than 12 noon on Thiirsdiy.: This competition is operi to all child ren under the age of 1.6 :andcontrihbu tions are invited. The best essays received' every weel? will be published in the paper.:_ " .ESSAYS ON TFE :7FPOG:·' .Heales'ille.:May.9'th;. l9R. The frbo isi siirtll nia l?(inl vhi a'n,'o'd, squat hddr 'withiout a tail; iinl lives both on land and 'idi thel water:' TI?has f eeth ~o the upper jaw, andl hy tihs iknown from a todW.'vwhich i s no teet. Ls skin?? is srmooth and slimyp o...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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[?] Fisher- AN ASTOUNDING CURE EFFECTED BY BILE BEANS. READ MR. FISHER'S LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

AN ASTOUNDING OURE EF. FECTED BY BILE BEANS. READ MR. FISHER'S LETTER. The followirig letter was` received from Mr.' Samuel Fisher, one of New castle's prominent men, who for years has been'a terrible sufferer from Head aches, Insomnia 'Loss of' Appetite, Pains in Chest and shoulders, and various other ailments. :During .12 months of his illness MDr. Fisher lost 56 pounds in weight, anii .his"fri?d? gave up all hope of lis `'reco{, 1y. A\ really marvellouus cure bai bdn'effebt~t l in his case, however, and .hem.is::-to.day as well as ever he wastin his life. Hi, says he cannot speak too highly of Bile Beaps, the remedy that .restored him to health. "Mr. Fishers iletter read as follobsK --- : " Cleary-street, Hamilton, Newcastle. " January 8 .:1898. "To the- Bile Bean' Manufacturing Company, Sydney. .. " Gentlemen? It Yaffords, !me much pleasura:to testify a8 to thd! medicinal value oyovur Bile i?i its,. ntdwith the ide of benefittiiig mav fellowe suf ferers, I .write to tell. you:.w...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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PROOF POSITIVE. A VETERINARY SURGEON'S EVIDENCE. M'GRETTON'S PONY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

PROOF POSITIVE.',; A VETERINARY SURGEON'S EVIDENCE. M'GRETTON'S PONY; A telegram was sent to Melbourne shout tl?? tilne that our report as to the dastardly outrage on Miss M'Gretton's pony, stating that no outrage had b,een-perpetrated, and that the affair was merely an accident. The foilonw .ng certificate speaks for itself :. (COPY.) Kirk's Bazaar, Melbourne. "I hereby certify that I have this lay, along with Mr. E. Rivett, M.R.O.V.S., examined the fractured. hind leg of a pony, and have come to the conclusion that the bone has been broken with some heavy sharp instru ment, as the bone is all chipped. Signed, WILLIAM ALLAN. 17th May, 1898. The above pony the property of Mr.. M'Gretton, Healesville.-W.A." We are glad to be able thus to sub. stantiate our, report, which was in. serted in the belief that the true duty'. of a newspaper is to fearlessiy expose" . such diabolical acts as.this.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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The Wizard's Legacy. (continued) CHAPTER XI. "DEAD!" ECHOED DR. MANUEL [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

The Wizard's Legacy. :0:----- Br E. J. .LySAGIIT. (contuin ett) OlHAP LEE XL. "DEAD!" :CIOL'o DR. MANUEL She went, softly to thie window and looked out. Conid she open it, and decend fioin th'e lialconyl t the' gart-n l There was the prospect of cotipar'live saf;ty in this, if only shl could accolmplish it, for she could .see a red light Iburnling in the cottage of 'i 'Kenzie, the gardhener, who was up late and early, attending to his stoves in his hothouse's and vineries. If she could but let herself down from the hal bony, and run across the ga rdeih and shrubbery, Mrs.. M'Kenzie would surely trke. her in, and she would be safe there; safe, from that horrible, tieaicherous hand, from that horrible, cautious footstep. SIf I.stop in this room I shall go out of mny senses ! " the poor child said to herself, "aiid it I open the door he tiny be there ! . And she shuddered, as she seemed to hear again,; outside her door, the cat-like step; the carefully hushed breathiinlg. Shie hastily ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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OUR NEW STORY. The Mystery of Bird's Reef. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

OUR NLE\ STORY. The Mystery- of A L' Reef. (:o:) (By J. A. Barr.) CONTINUED: The present was about three ociock, a.m.. for, while he wished to see the patient he had ilso a desire to have what he called 1" his morning, to keep the eiuld air aff the stunt mick." When adinitted he tirst glaneed at tllhe hd, where (rneorge lay exhaustied and worn to a shadow. '-e. placed his h hatl on the patient's forehead and gave a quiet grin of pia?lsure, and whispered- .. . "I Man, did ye not see that his skin is wet wi perspiratinn. We've turned the corner at last. H-.'I I ll miylh, sleep a'day the noo. 'Lre, when ye have pit the co.:ck brnth by li tire add?brewed, ne a. ig glass of toddy, ye can! gile away , i ndi lie dooi, end I'll see till hini.. N'bo. my man;:ii ,wil I,. na kittle time when he wankien. for he'll liielyv have 'all his senses about him. i'll call you then,, nod nmi'-.-1, it would if lie could just see yerself sitting there handintr his ha)It in yer ain, and speaking kindly to h...

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Queen's Birthday Sports. HANDICAPS. MAIDEN HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

Quen's0 3IrtMa :Sports. HANDICAPS Namee Y"dse wandi .. .. r. Hunter 1 .. ... . 1 Thompson .5: ... ... 5 L.and . ... ... :. ... 9 R. Burnside ... ... ... 10 Becker .12 Privett ..:14 M'Gufinness' .... 14 BTRT A DIOAAY APr. . W1 ndin . ... ... sr. Privett .. ... ... .. " Pussiell ... . ....::; . :. .; T0. Siaunder... ..... . .. 10 Hunter .... .. Thompson ... ... 12 Kerrigan'... ... ... .. 12" Na~luhton .... 18 II. Burnside ... ... ... 20 hite ... ... .. ... 20 L ng . ... ... ... "21 Cummnings ... .. ... 23 HALFr-MIL? HA'DIOAP. La.cev ... ... ... ... r Wani;in . ... .. . ... 15 hS;ainders. . 20 Kervigan.... ... ... 50 Hook .. ... 50 Rown .. . ... 55 Ganmmon... ..: : .2.' 65 Smith ... .. ... . .. 7.2 Bm.rry . .. . . . . .. 80 Lang ... .. 80 Cmimings ... . ... 9' Privett li` i1uinness It1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

H I"t"~~c-t'"r-~, N ie y-. ax''j 'p THEG1 O.Ws ti ý "l ii2..1!tiTs!7J-i ýT~ RWR CO-OPICR *vuvn. ESTATE AGtNOY, 7IThLBIOVP1iF~ 'HAS YCLIENTS WiAJTL iNhG TO PURCr- tSEs GOOD ;CHEAP 6;; * ROPE~iTlES' . 1O SALE NO aCHARCE: . ,.. i r i . ý11 . ..ý rt ý>,-c ý .. .ý. r ý >ý, .y." e. ; flý _.i -, close Season for Game, 8. Tus WHoLE YEAR : Ar.r. birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. tard or wild turkey, Califorunian quail; deer,' epithiaiuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, 'ibis lyre-birds, mnagpies, magpIn e larks, owls, partridges, p!t.tsrm . . - is, podargu' or mopokes, -" ., outhern stone plover or curlow, .... ow, warblers, white swans, wrens. JuŽEs 14 To DECEMBER20: Black swan, emu,' wild geese of all kinds. AUGUST I To eKURUARY 28 :" Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons, quail. A:UrUST I to DrCEM?BER 20. All birds known as cranes, nuch as heronis, egret...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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The Golden Klondike. AN ENORMOUS RUSH OF GOLD SEEKERS GOING IN. SOUND ADVICE FROM AN INHABITANT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

The' Golden KIlondike. AN ENoi2MiOS IRUSR OF GOLD S :SEEKERS OING- IN. I SOIND ADVICE FROM AN"? • INHABITANT. In the rush towards -the golden fields of .th Klondikei there aie?thoiisands whoa'a ill-fittedi to stand the strain of hardship and exposure, Which are' in eparalle from that trip. Illness, -di 1 .ease, and death" is alinmst 'certain to .laim nhany of the ill-prepar"d "'ad'en turers: The followin"g:letter from;one: who: i has undergone the- hardships- o": the trip. will prove " interesting "to' " those who.intend going into "the de0so- i late but gold-laden north: ?. Skagway, lMarch 1st 1898. Dear -Sirs, -My object in ..'riting this letter is to give tawordl- of advice' . o' those who contemplate going to tbe Yukon.. Goldfields.'. For ten years I have followed the occupation. of,, pros Pecting, tiniher-estimating-and mining, and the hardshlips a:nd privations which '. -ne has to undergo; are enough to wreckl dte stronest constitution Iiin the 1 spring of 1897 I was stricken ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Healesville, May 18th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

Healeaville, May-18th, 1898. Dear Uncle Rube.--I.vas .-told that you w?anted us tifitri;writes f6 tell you about the ways and habits of frogs.' Fiist of all I will tell you about thiir changes be fore it really is a frog.. It is first'of all a tadpole, it gets larger and larger, its tail gradually disappears, and its legs gradu ally gets larger, uniil it .-becomes a fre? The frog is a very :green.atimal. It likes all sorts of :green things, it feeds .on in, sects. There are a great number pf them in Healesville, when a:. frog-is on- land their motion is hop, hop, until they come to the water, then they swim about in the water. I will now close by telling you a fable about a frog-- . Some years ago I had a'frog, That grew so veiy tamei He'd let me take him in my hand,, And answered to his name. - I used to call him " Spe3kled Dear,";,. And he would croak and blink When I made him catch the flies TIhat tried the milk to drink. He really was so very wise, My darling Yellow Frog ; : .Wh...

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