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DISTRICT NEWS. TAGGERTY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

DI S TRIOT NE W S. L -OM OUR COURESPONDERITS. SI'AGGERt, Saturday. '"Mr ;Thomas Carter, an- old resident :'n Ta'g"rty, died at his residence on Wed nead"y last. :For some tiiie past lie hea beenAi'ffering from an inwa?'d 'ancer w4hic' caused his death on the above men. tionniday. 'Mr. Carter has, for i' Ion. numbpr:of years, carried on a storekeope and:r eneral dealer's business in varnon parls o6f the districi, 'nnd' was inb:h sines j. Healeesville a few years ago. ST:'eAl:eiandr r coneillois iefurned.fl ull eIaleaville on Saturday, .fier hnvinL 'ape'nta most enjoyable trip :over .thi nmonnitinis, and are all loud in theic'praise: of the splendid way in which tl:e:lele.s .villeonncillors entertained thenr'mithils; in tihat plcturesque town. Tnolahgi, Tueiday: .Th bullock teams are still cartit:, not w4Hlitaidiln the stcarcity of feed, thouol. soni6'of them are beeinr anlmot A ntireli fed.o chaff, which, I am told, weltrepay? for ihe'outlay,- while the: lazx drivibrs stil ,ely jhrtl...

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

I E- L E S V'I L L E NICHOLSON STrLEET, UEAi.ieSVI.iLE (Next Post Office). G. S 'Matthews, STATIONER. aborda?sher and Tobacconist, R ESPECTFULLY intimiates that he has always in stock every rqullisit neccs sary to be found in a wull-conducted busIi ness of this kind. ' Fancy Goods, Tobacco & Cigars, Soaps -& perfumeiry, ScFol,? Reuisites. Stationery, all inds Fishing Tackle,: o. English Magazines and Ne:wspapers Newspapers Delivered g Or Posted' to any3.Addrits. E...a Circulating , , Library. A Large:Stoct.of' . Patent, Homcepathic, and:Horse Medicines Always on Hand. Licensed under the Pharmacy Board of ": Victoria.' House, Land, Estiate, & 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 businesas. Loans 'Negodiiated, AUCTION.:.SALES CONDUCTED Commissions executld in Every Line of Business. HIE ALSO HAS ON SALE ...

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

LARGE~ CROPS antd GOOD PRICES. F~OR FAi MFR1S and. FBUITGROWERS *is. tht" wish oF. BEEHIVE STORES, ' i tn *in ttl ttl t l 1},:,lio o a I(ntlt f p1 OPE, I{Y, BOOTS and SHOES. Latest Novelties in TRIr/MMINGS1 OAIT C TGOODS ES. ITEWr . "STOCX" COLLARS & -. 1)rtic .s, l i i ItI$. S:.- ORtE1i iSTOCI r, .0 [ft , SI;rt't .oir an'is i.argt- '.c l 'Sis. 1in the DDist ricls. anti ( Bnti; i 'I 1 ntrli tS n [fat<r'ir , Sl::rs, -and Ties.S Best Makers Only BEST GOODS. NX~r ·"STC~I" C~6~~9R .8 A'! ' I _ LpO Inc ~ cii Ga'~mp~;lin~ · eighlty !3r\i.~ :rlytl, Ircce tI Ri I:cev'~ ut, :X1·alkrs~ Organi. M lfrlLAI .S Mal ttb f~or Ca ttle and Ftor-t s LowCat P-icersOn~ ~±, 12 A'-81 .il --1 THE , ASSOR TED of DRAPERY MENS, CLOTHING BOYS DO. BOOTS GOOOTER STATITONEY in: the is offered by P& W, (late Dawborn Morcy.and Coy.) at very Prices for . SPOT CASH; SBEST QUALITY only is the Motto SEND ORDER AT ONXCE and SAVE MONEY to the recoanised best all round store. AlflDDRESS GENERAL M...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

X:,ews of the Weoek. RAT Vs.-- Ratepayers are. reminded that in order to be enrolled on the voters' list. all rates must be paid on or before the I0th da- of. June next. Householders and others hould not fail to take notice of the reminrer, for he it. remembered that the munincpal elections take place in August next, nd it behoves those, who have the power .of pIecing our representatives in powe?to make good their name on the Ieetd sheet. .' S: ARcSTIO WIT.-" Perhaps some of you read tWi 22 reasons in the Sydney Bulletin -wili; is r;ýrwing old an-I in its dotage- why the Bill should be passed, remarked ir. W?ilrimott, one of the delegates ap pointed to speak against the Common wealth" Bill in Daly's Hall on Saturlay evenirig last, but if you would like to know the reason why the Bill should not be passed. then I commend them to your reading " In the matter in question that journal refers to us as the " Anti-bilious party," to which I reply, "Then, if t-* are the Anti-bilinos party, ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1898. Federal Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 21 May 1898

Scribendi recte sapere eat principium et fonsa PUBLISHIEi sATURDAY.MORNINOS. SATURDAY,: MAY rt, 1898. COM[MONWtALTH DtsusstosN.-There canr -e no denying, the fact that the visit of both parties of gentlm,-n to Healesville, ihaving for its object theenhghtenment on matters pertaining to the Commonwealth Bill,; Was productive of much. hbenefit to (iupporters and oppnsitionists alike. On Si;turday evening, when the intricacies of the Bill were dealt piecemeal by the three lelegates from the Anti-Federation Bill League, there was a concensus of opinion, ifter the tieeting terminated, that the Bill,as constituted, did not meet with the ieqiirements of the, people. The. three gentlemen, viz.,. Messrs. Ml'Kenzie, Wil mottI and Tnnnicliffe, appeared to be well versed--so far as their opinions led them :toelieve-in the various arguments they piled on one anothieir whereby the Bill :hiould be rejected.' Mr. M'Kenzie showed himself to be a" deliberate speaker; hi utterances for the major part ...

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

",.. READ.: OUR Advertisemenits Prizes Fre ! ". .... . Prizes! Free Prizes Cut out the 0Coupon, and forward it Sith : ON=E PENNY. STAMP. to the' Editor, .: GGARDIApI, Healasville, and.if you are the first successful .for the week, you..will.receiye value in any of thii follbwin ways:- Tix : inonths'.. free subscription: to ,:thp ''Gutkrdian," six shillings worth ..f m?rinted envelopes aix shillings worth if pi'inted letter paper, six shillings vnrth of lillheads six shillings worth of. receipt forfiis, six. shillings worth of I business cards, or six shillings worh of tickets. " . : Conrlitions Ei- very:week the letter "e" i?iil he replacd liy-the' letter. "b' in no less than five.:different instaitcet in our- advertising:'columns,- and, the first. one.to send in; this : cqupon .,wil i the five correct letters ,..ill- receive the prize. Every week particulars, as. to the five letters misplaced w\ill he handled to Mir .' S. 1MIatthei 'v; of 'Hehalesvll';e All lettfrs sent in =wvill l...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

Scribeli recte sapere eat principiium et fons PUlt.ISIIED BATUIDAY 31tRNINSGS. S .I'URDA Y, :11.1 1 2, 1893. j'eo¶uRA'ION. - Saunday, last was ob SeLrvc' i i"lltst of the churches as Federai Sueliy. ,Thei local Presbyterian Church was well ed onuSunday .evening, whein Mr, Brutce delivered agFederatiun address, his subject being," one people, one des tiny.' The text of the discourse was Julio's gospel, 17.21-"That they all may be one," andl a spirited address in favor of the imlvewent was given. 'T'he speaker characterised the step as a Christly and brotherly one. Iand urged each elector to do his duty on the 3rd Junie as a Christian and an Australian. Blefore tile addrees, 31,. BIruce in a few words, refl,rred to the itiglht Ilonorable W. E. Gladstone, whose death was deplored all over the world. Both at the nmorting and evening services the" Detad t arch in Saul" was played by the organist in muteory of the departed statesiman. During the evening service the choir rendered several ...

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 — 28 May 1898

The Wizard's Legacy. .:: By E. J. LYSAGHT. e (continued) CHAPTER XI. "DEAD I" ,ECHOED DR. MIANUEL She went softly to the window and looked out. Could she open it, and decend from the balcony to the garden 7 There was the prospect of comparative safety in this, if only she could accomplish it, for she could see a red.light burning in the cottage of ~l'Kenzie, the gardener, who was up late. and early, attending to his stoves in his hothouses and vineries. If she could but let herself down from the hal cony, and run across the garden and shrubbery, Mrs. M'Kenzie would surely trke her in, and she would be safe there; safe, from that horrible, treacherous hand, from that horrible, cautious footstep. " If I stop in this room I shall go out of my senses ! " the poor child said to herself, " and if I open the door he .may be there i" And she shuddered, as she.seemed to hear, again, outside her door, the cat-like step, the cacfil!yihushed ebre'athlig. She hastily put on her slippers and fast...

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The Mystery of Bird's Reef. CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

The Mystery of Bird's Reef. :(By 'J. JM. Barr.) CONCLUDED. Before openine the letter she bowed her head upon her knees, and lifted up her heart for strength to meet what ever of sorrow or joy it should disclose. She had only glanced at the few first lines and the signa ture when she fell upon her knees, and with streaming eyes uplifted she sobbed out, " My Father in heaven, I thank Thee for the mighty joy Thou has sent me. They both live-My soul doth magnify the Lord, and Oh! What a messenger of good tidings I will be to that dear old lady." In less time probably than she had ever done the dis tance before, she was by the bed-side of the mother, and as only a large hearted woman can do, was breaking the glad news like a message of life from the dead. Over those sacred moments let a veil be drawn. Word cannot depict such holy emotions. :.:Only those :whohave tasted of such; sorrows and joys can appreciate, but could never describe them. The letter to Mrs Marston gave much the same ne...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

FARMERS, ORCHIARDISTS, THIE GROWERS CQ OPERATIVE ESTATE - -i . -AGENYP,'I' ElBOURNE, EHA CLIENTTS PROPERTTES: 'NO' SALE .NO" CHARGE: ·r: i 4 READ THE S-UAR DIAN Ne Stor NEXT WEEK, ENTITLED Ls .F TOILEr VINEGAR Has for over haif a century sustained its high reputation as an INDISPENSABLE TOILET REQUISITE, Deiightfully cooling to the skin. In.valuable in crowded places. RIMM EL'S NEW A.ND FASHIONABLE EXTRACTS. "THE EXQUISITE" And "WHITE LILAC." The most delicious and, lasting perfumer ever produced. RIM1l% EL'S GLYCERINE COLD CREAM. An effective remedy for sunburn. RIMMEL'S "AQUADENTINE." A fragrant floral extract. Invaluable to smokers. RIMMEL'S POUDRE DE BEAUTE. A superior invisible adherent toilet powder LONDON AND PARIS. SOLD EVERYWHERLE. ASK FOR Invigorating Lavender Salts. The delightful and ever popular Smelling Salts, and agreeable deodoriser-appreciated everywhere as a most refreshing luxury. "By leaving the stopper out for a few moments a delightful perfume escapes, which fr...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

EXTRACTS FROM GAMEP. AND FISBErIES ACTS. 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 (see schedule below). Clause 6.-Do. do. native game during close season. P'enalty-£2 in addition to bs for each bird or animal. Clause 7.-Buying. selling, or knowingly haviug in possession, house, or control, any imported game or native game during close season. Penalty-Imported game, £5 and lue of bird or animal ; native game Clause 8.-Taking eggs out of or destroy inguest of imported or native game, or hav ing eggs in possession. Penalty-10s. each egg. Clause 11.-Laying poison for or poison ing game. Penalty--£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 54 Vict. No. 1093, clause 35.-Taking, selling, orexposing for sale any fish dluring close season for such fish. Penalty-Not more than £20, and forfeiture of fish. SCIIEDULE.-VALUE OF B IRDS AND ANIMALS c?nER TIE A...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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A WONDERFUL SUCCESS In CURING ALL INCURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by W. MENTIPLAY AND SON, No matter what your complaint may be, chronic or otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

A WONDERFUL SUCCESS In CURING ALL INCURABLE. DISEASES Has been Attained by W. mENTIPLAY AND SON, No matter what your complaint may be, chronic or otherwise. Our charges for our Herbal Prepara tions are moderate compared to others, and what makes them more so,they are RELIABLE. We successfully CURE the following diseases:-?ydatids with out operation, Erysipelas in 24 hours, Blood Poisoning and Diphtheria, Typhoid and other fevers, Liver and Kidney complaints, including Bright's disease; Rheumatics, Water Brash, Marasmus, Nervous Debility in male and female, Piles, Sciatica and Lum hago, and remove from the blood all deleterious substances, Eczema and Jaundice. We also cure Asthma, Tumors, Fits, Coughs, Scurvy, bad legs, Neuralgia and all other curable diseases. Our hair restorer is the most reliable. We give advice gratis, requesting that persons writing for advice should enclose a stamp for reply. W. [Mentiplay, sen., will be in con stant attendance at his shop from 10 to 8, excepti...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

Advertisements. :0: .Prizes Firee ! *. . Prizes ! Free Prizes! .' - 0:o: Cut out the Coupon, and forward it with ONE -PENNY STAMP to the Editor, GUARDIAN, Healesville, and if you are the first Isuccessful for the week, you will receive SIX SHILLIKGS value in any of the following ways: Six months' free subscription to the "Guardian," six shillings worth 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 let,-e " e" will be'replaced by the: letter "c'.' in no less than five different instances in our advertising columns, and Ihe first one to send in this coupon win. the five correct letters, will receive the vrize. Every week particulars as io dIe five letters misplaced will be handed to Mr. G. S: Matthews, of Hea!esvilie, All letters sent in will be placed in a :-i and on Thu,'sday evening will be...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Mr. Mentiplay [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

Mr. Mentiplay,-Sir, I beg to tender you my sincerest thanks for the won derful cure you performed on my child. The said child when about 11 months 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: he got .that dreaded disease Marasmus, from which so many children pine away and die. He gradually wasted away, till at last he got. so small and frail that we thought every day would be his last, and for the last few weeks before taking him to you we just managed to keep him alive on weak brandy and water. During the whole of this time the child had the attendance and advice of some cf the best Doc: tors in the colony for which I paid a good sum of money. As a last resource I was induced' to take the child to you with *.le following result that in less than one week under your, successful - trertment he had started to improve and within one month was thoroughly cured by using. two boxes of y...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Presbytesian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

frobyteni.a ChtZch. The following report 'of the above church, whose annual meeting was held on the 19th inst., with the Moderator in. the chair, was withheld from last issue : The balance sheet and report, as stated by us last issue, were received, andythe discussion following was that of SQUARTERLY SUDSCRIPTIONS. It was stated that ch:se only amounted to £8 for the past year, and it was decided, on tbe motion of Messrs. 1ailey and Murray, that members of the church be waited on personally and asked to contribute a specific amount every quarter. NEW Or.GAN. The choir conductor, Mr. Story, re ported that an organ fund had been started and had now £10 in hand, £1 having been received by the l.st Eng lish'mail. The "old squeaker" had now been in use:for 20 years, a'id a new one should be obtained as the choir could not sing to the instrument.. Mr. Bailey had kindly lent his organ for the Chau tauqua, services. T'he choir would undertake to provide one-third of the cost, which ho estim...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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FEDERAL POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

FEDERAL POINTS.-It Federation be rejected now, a hill as favorable as the present one will never be.again presented. Queenslaad will send delegates next time, and the small.States will have the votes more. America was iiidependent with three millions-We have four millions. The constitution is the most.:democratic ii the world, and can only b'o alteled'`to become more radical still.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Why Men Don't Marry. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

Why Men Don't Marry. Marriago is .on the decline, . , we. are toldo', and one of the chief reasons for this is that the average man is very hard to satis fy. IHe, w,,uts as neariv oer feet a woman--mentally, morally, and physically- as is possible, and in the present day very few such women exist. It is not our purpose to deal with the first two attributes mentioned; but the latter, which is by ro means the least important, is well worth a few words which cannot fail to be of interest to all women, married or single. The woman of to-day does not give herself enough attention in the proper direction ; a little time taken from the study of the latest fashons and com plexion powders, and given to the per usal of medical works with regard to the female organs, would do her a won derfol amount of good. Woman is so constituted that it takes but v-ery little todisarange the delicate organs of her composition. In consequence she suf fers more or less pain at least for a few days periodicall...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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THE YOUNG FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

THE YOUNG =FOLKS E are pleased to inform on:: Syouthful readers tIat. we de. vote a portion_of opr space to; their especial benefit. The next com?netition is for an. essay..:on" ' The: Snail,' which must bqinteresming and concise. We regularly ofer every weekl. a handsome prize volume.. The maxi mumaipoints obtainable for'bhis compe tition will be 100, divided as.follows: Composition, 30 ; Mattei, 30, Spelli.ig, 15; Punctuation, 15 ; Writing, 10. All erssays must be hbanded in not later than 12 noon on Thursday. This 'competition is open. to all child ren underl the ago, f 16,;: and contribu tions aie invited. The' best, essays received. every week will bep blished;in t.hepaper. ESSAY ON THRE FROG. POINTS GAINED BY C03MPETITOnS. 0 M S. P. W. Ttl W 2M 25 25 10 3 4 67 B:L.S. 25 :; 25 : .11 7 5 ,:7:.3 Beatrice' Sumner,-: therefore, w'ins the prize. No prize can be given for the com oetilion of the previous week.' Samuel: Bohen's letter scored 76, -while.Rosie Phil lips only secured 55 ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Mining near Marysville. RICH DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

RICH DISCOVER.Y. The Mines deparcanet has had many proofs of the value of the prospect ing tracks cut in the rough mountain country,. and the results have encoar_ aged the 'Minister to go on with that policy. The yield of gold for the whole colony in 1896 was 65,000 oz. more than in-1895; and as the profits were largely devoted to developmeital work in 1897, the production that year was not much larger than in 1896, but the effects are now showing themselves, and for the first quarter of this year. the colony has produced 13,000 oz.. more, and paid £39,000 more in divi dends, than in the corresponding quar ter of 1897,' This result is also partly attributed to the opening iip of the country, and it all goes to show the peirmnmneney and richness of Victoria's mineral resoures. c ;sis has beeir fur-. ther manifested by a recent rich ilud on the Upper .Yara. Two :prospecr tors, Messrs. Chester and Locke, fol lowed one-of. the tracks cut in that dis trict, - to prospect: on the Dividing...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898

Qloso Season for Gamo, 86. Tis WOVsioL YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Aust:liaa, and their produce (including eggs), autelope, bee-eaters, bus. tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, epithianuras, fau-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls,: partridges, pheas:nt- . - ,is, podargus or mopokes, -.' ., southern stone plover or curlew, , wi;:ows, warblers, white swans, wrens. JoUNE 14 TO DECEMBER 20 : Black swan, emn, wild geese of all kinds. AUGUST i To F~IERUARY 28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons. quail. AUncST 1 to DE.cMBEn 20. All birds known as cranes, such as herous, egrets, &c. ; all honey-eaters except wattle birds and leather-heads; all kingfishers other than the hIa:ghing jackass ; all nem bers of thie gr:uculus family; avrcet, bittern, black cL-Ukatoo;, coach-whip-lird, cuckoos, gang gang c.,katoos, lalu-rail, all other nzemtcers if the rail family, po...

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