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THE OPINIONS OF A "FRIEND." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894
'.THE OPINIONS OF A "FRIEND." The following remarkable letter to the London 'limes from Mr. William Tallack, of Stoke Newington, has pro yoked much criticism : 'As'the suhject of the -Navy and of the national defences still continues to ILe vigorously discussed, possibly you might permit- a peace-loving " Feiend" to express surprise (not unmingled with some sense of a need for national hu miliation) and in all the copious corres pondence in the Press and in the vari ous' debates in Parlianmenit upon this matter not a single reference has been Siade (so far as I aminaware) to a most important element of our national de fence-the' rotection and overruling of Divine Providence. I do not write to refer to the ques tion of our comparative naval superi ' 'ority or inferiority, to other nations, S~.orcombinations of such, for I am iot at all competent to take part of in such discussion. :That may be left to the ex perts. Neither would one one wish to advocate any merely sanctimous or' ir r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894
Courts of Potty Sessions. TT i- herebynotified for public iifdrmna= 1 tion that Courts of PettySession~ will be held during the year 1894 at the under utentioned places, on the dates and at:the hburs respectively set out below :- : - Nameoof Court. * Iour.- April.- May. Jne. Juy. Ag Sep._- Oct. v. Ferntree Gutty ..10 ai in 28 -26 2 -1 S 15 13 10 8 Heidelberg... ...10 ,, 2, 1 14, 28 11 25 0, 23 20 . 17" 1 5* ,29 12,26 10' 300' Yarra Glen'... .9.30 ,, 4t- 2, 27 25t: -22t 19f 1 14 Healesvilld . .... 2.30 p.m. 5 3, 1 228- 2 '23 20 18 1 13 Lilydale ... ...9.30 .. .6,0 :13,4,0 111, 0, 8,15 6'13, 203,* 10,17,7,14,210,6,12.190.2,1.230. 7,14.21i, 920,27 18,25 22 290 270 240,31 28i 26 i 3 28 Queenslown ...11 9.; 7 4 2 13 10 8 . 3 EllnIu ......11 24 29 26 24-: 28 25 30 27 18,: Anerison's Crek11 23 21 18 16 27 24 22 19 17 .t LicensingCourt.J, ,i.TilOl1erk of Cuorts wi!;attenid to i1sue suiiaoo unrses a ud other, pruee sst J"s ui = er r* court play : Yarr'~.Glen, \Verlnedary;c e cediulb eadi eou...
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894
BSrtori. A postl atownship on the Aclieron River 66 · iiles east of Melbourne. It has ai large :s :e;hotel, store, and state school. -The district( E,., .is pastoral and agricultural, wilih several good farins. A cross-country- postal sar vi, e o is inAtainediwithi Marysviller and. A !Alexandra by way of Buxton tri weekly. J Sherwiill, postmaster. Popilation;p50.
HEALESVILLE BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894
HEALESVILLE BAND Ol HOPE. :The usual moInthly reunior of this orgatiisation was held on Frid.y even ing -last' in the Methodist Church. Tlhere `was a very good attehiance of meiibers and visitors,' and ?e !Presi dent, the Rev. F. H. Gibbs, Sccupied the chair. An entertaining programm of songs and recitations was Igonie throlghtvery creditably. The contributoriwere- Piano solo, by Miss Rhoda G4n; jsong. by' Miss Harris, `accompanied by Miss R. Green; recitation,: Mas:r Fred. Martin, song, Miss Simnmo s,4accom panied by Miss-Hope Rodgers: liynin; recitation, Master 'R. Ho6gbes;=song, Miss 'Hope Rodgers'; -recitaiioib,Miss M. Cornish. . The President then addressed. those present, urging upon all i;nemrbd of Band of Hope to do moire than merely signing. -the pledge and joining the ranks. He said tey should extend their efforts im inducinig others to join and explain to "them' the evils pf ind gence in strQngldrinlks,,anu?di?O. sw happy results of becoming t.ala?ap-, stainers. He,,also ...
WANTED TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894
WANTED TO KINOW. [BY RAsmUs.] Who will we have as a J.P. What is the price of a new whee bartow .. What is the value of 1id. worth.o rusty fencing wire 7 Who was that doing some hard swearing at the Court the other day f Who is that man who sneaks about of an evening as if he had lost some thing? Is it true that we have a Shylock in in Healesville.' .. ... - Why should there be no..idle' men in, Healesville I Are there not numerous monied, men hlee; 'but who will not spend .their capital in- improving their land or property. ' Who is'the greatest .man in Heales ville?3 - S-Who is the young man who wrote a short address, and could not afterwaids read his- own- writing ? -- : :
EXECUTION OF ERNEST KNOX. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 23 March 1894
EXECUTION OF ERNEST KNOX. &nbsp; The death sentence was carried out on Monday morning on Ernest Knox, for the murder of Isaac Isidore Crawcour on 12th January. In com- pliance with the arrangement which Mr. Ellis has made since he has been acting as sheriff, very few persons, except representatives of the press and those officially engaged, were present, and including the 12 warders who stood around the scaffold, there were not more than 25 persons in attendance. Punctually at 10 o'clock the sheriff demanded the body of the condemned man from Captain Burrows, the governor of the gaol, and a moment later Knox was led from the con- demned cell with the white cap on the back of his head and his arms pinioned. In answer to the sheriff's question as to whether he had anything to say before the sentence of the law was carried out, Knox said "Yes. The wages of sin &nbsp; &nbsp; is death. The gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord." He paused a sec...
RICHMOND RAMBLERS V. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 March 1894
Phi cln u'ilt'ied ? comitusioed iP .Good:Friday, fand. -w .moat iPnjoyable di's cridket-was "inuIgnduedin On, adpoant of: the locse way ,-in which the b reFs er; kept. we are obliged to ig tl-tbi r adiidlu#l' e ruealtsT I:n the . it.ti- - k% - the .Ra.i4.rs W. ,Ore&dgaiic ance exhi 4tior of ba~tting,9 bh.oirin 31 leforeibein dissed of. ,H. Craven also batted in good style for his.- 20, the 'innings closing for. 102. A: -W. :Tay!lor..wa the mosbauoaesaful rindleefoet ri e lails, edirig4 wickets tr 'd ths. BHeileavillen.inaddib er` poor. st i gzinc: the i ,4 Dr: Baird being ithe dPloaal oaesl tai'c .douhlesfigurs ih" the :first" itingsp arjirfig:hie b ut"tfor..-.z whibh he -put txogetheer, by. first-class cricket, the ltst. wioket ~)tlling for the' small-total of-50".1 . In thi:..:irinings Falvey piert .frji med the` :'hait trick."t. T?e?.p?lnipal ?oorersain, the visitors second, innings w?a s" Smith 13, ::Stuart- l 10? and I,\ Cdaven: 1, not'out, the innings closing fo'.??~ h...
HEALESVILLE V. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 March 1894
"HEAESVtJZ kv' YTXRa GLE day;aiand eW? bnelu 'r e hlater , in cfiainpionst ali.t' h1ff uts thninna'i inaes ,8 wicbketsi coHeiitrib ltedon tiy thd smaifl unti'ber of8 ' ofa whi'&t MI'Sw enr- ttade 10, f ri " in? ' hi- scor up"to° 17. Thtl Glen's secbnd inninvv 83"wasýtiotted-ip? ii? first cliT?hisstyle Js ilsdn. ; di Woolcot 15, and l Ol ni eto "1f leig` the on ly three tug'f ir:tt; oile figures:. The ow ,lino of ii rv 'ieibiem o. dol~npl gabl, only' itl 'i suris bein s1did' o'ff Fisx first;r ai .. " eý l 7 i, "?se'ven 'f ithem ~being "maidensi' but the luck -.was dead against ' hin1T a he eet4red rio 'wickets' lHart wa~ the'm ost su cessful,. he secuting 3 wickets ' T.'-' ,~I . lesv... i;v le's eooc inlitte'fii ere one wcketgipwn f which leaves 97 for th re mt ng ni t tsmen oi make totwin npp r ol ae t re esultS·;' . RGYs LEnN#' .- -First Innings. IJ. «rtlsoit,.:n tin . ..':,.:. ... 14 ool bttw 1Balzary' : ? .' .' .. " 8 ""Ji , Be?¢?;. .Hart ý'' .. ..i Oaitdrs ith r .r ...;....
CRICKET. TROPHY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 March 1894
1,.IQP.HY -COMPETITION. the l Btu?fgyi -tot lI YaTraGe: ont Wddnesdaiy ,vesi,.: . ~~T ~~tMilears. M:'GOenen~t (Iilydgle)' J. Hubiarrd (Steels: O0rel),A? W.: Clemeits- (Yarira Gleti);:i-?i E-:: Mori s secretaiy. M ~r,:.nr:1-- lemts asws.votedfto: th'iB chair. The !iirnutafe-of the :lastl-eet-' ian were reaandf confirmed. "? wa Tproposed by 3 irli ubard and, sreeoded biy W." Ctledients~.4hat the uujisbledt i't hes h's playe?d?s foio-:- far ' GIeli' . H` alessI a,-t a=Htseser% e March 31J;e al v ille v.i Yrira .Glen at Yarra Gle I?.i T -lilydale ir Yairra leni a ua %isGlen April 1Y4 'Y?'ir le v. StIeels ?reek, a Steels reek, "AprO;? ,2V The'metin 'gtheni
MARYSVILLE RACES. Office bearers.-Stewards-Messrs. Barton, Burr, E. Nichols, A. Taylor, John M. Keepel, A Walker, and M. D. Keppel. Handicappers-The Stewards. Judge-E. J. Hall, Esq. Starter-John M. Keppel, Esq. Clerk of Scales-D. Sparke, Esq. Clerk of Course-A. Sparke, Esq. Hon. Secretary-J. F. Keppel, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 March 1894
,. ., RLYSVL" RACES: ..: ept , l.Valltnker..aqd..1 }. °7 eppbl. 1 q Thp e Stetwartds. Jude . ,H. s.' - Starter-John M. *: iipii, r sq. s'' ClerdeC of' 'C sase A loonday ;26h ti st. 'an ?dt'r e '. ve'ry attendance o viiitorss'fron the sur roundim?i-locahlitie `a far ebi?fingent o:proceding :rb Hft esvilleg to atici ". ate i , t alb a -aso td"'? y the' ?" au conkl sho we'rh twdd tlfia da:r? :owhver;. realoDf f~i?]oyahiilwa atos sport. + ndb;l i; i iI ; ii I t gl:r y:he: inh nidourtedyJ ik'playe''1iyhrage ro. tigramtcuwereI as folloi vithl c y RMi."t :'i de'.ý p"-i""te';nde:d?' . Ia" th: O 'o sOai he amnea aar" :The:, events, as +-fhey' app, ea d ion' the, grogramkna:;were.'isu folloars i4h th .results acoyappe tiidea l ,' ; ;, onya n milstaniay half: r, ? oyiierl'sSceptic,l 2st :11:, ; t tarcers.:ýý . . . .. c ,· - . '.i t Smchoole f ' ': " ; . : " . ,"h " ' F L A T E , - " . : E . , Qio . 'Sit' hlongs ' 2st. Of Cvel ighQ htlor.e 1 . • M r,)- ,º .,ti.r aSce1i ,, l1 . t. 1 11 :2 i M r ...
FIRE BRIGADE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 March 1894
FIRE= BRLGADEb EE'ýtfI' G 1 A puh1 ci meting con? i t rd lw Mr. Tho .Ql?iit.its wa held WVednesday . evenintla iit theMehnaisic listitutte thej lieejt:of t:ti?..@ ieetginh ?ilng; to discua?s the .ii(visa+iilitv~ f or`guising -a fire brigade for the protectoi?i.rf~proS: perty inthe2Lo" .'The r Iteairty. :responsea. to-c lie a;tise?nat in. last week'aQGru DiA2f-call&hi the imeeting, fullyt.40:trLemiderit,: priniipalt4actve, p -rove model' "fire-fighters?"dan'dwho onld 1'undqubtfji i.' vi $ a odd bunt of" themselvestin. conipetitMii. ON.!t.here were. also a:. niiber of ;t,,hem-ie -',tad and sedataltbeit long-estedta·4 seeingi,members .of the commtruini:lpre :sent, includeda'morig: whom ie 'aiglit -: mention Couneillors Clements; Wailer, and? ollandiz.ainl Me?'stri ? exanrider (shire .. secretary),, ~ Roberts,4: ?iDawe, C:ornish, Matthews?i 4TJ.' A:. Holland "JT: ConneHlly:i aid:several: othersa; rid ` , almost ;unanmous° and:- eubti d O af~.fic chair and' uponag umina. .is posi...
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 March 1894
Fernslaw, Black Spar, Stevenson, Fali,g athin'na Falls, Condon Falls, Malleson's ' Look-out, Mouiit" Julie. ':Moiiht IRiddell, Mount Monda, Mount St. Lenoard,;Caran derrk aborignal station, and Don. Rivers .. a. ..
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 March 1894
. +, . ; 1. . STOREKEEPER, HEALESYILLE. .'i .:. • ~ ~ . .=.?. OF...'.-! ' S.. .rcrker roceryi-' AND STAITZONERT. T..?;eT. SBeit ;"u..ii oP, Ir?dda athe HEALESVILLE W 1EHOE SE, NICHQLSON STREET, HBALESVILLE (Next Post Oflice). STATIONER, Zabedashor ad. Tobacconist, ESPEpTFULLY intimates that lie has . a1&wa' . sin sto? k'every requisit neces-i sary to be found in a well-conducted bulii ness of this kind, . S Soap & Pefumery, School Requisites, ......... , al- : kindle, English Magazine and Newspa ers. Newspapers Delivered 74 .8 . FRUIT. JA.. gS.-' RIESERVING d A?' - -I .-aT-:iE L ?o. ? T· A: : j.. OOg to Wide: Mohs Delivere^,ds, -Gsd Per Dozen., HOM:EPITRIO MEDICINES.. Every.. Description of PAT1ý MEDICINES Iouse, J Este, Commission ..,.and. isurance Agent. :qLoans Negotdat edRentsuCollected, &e. 1-.... '=?' :" '' . 1: "j'r idt. . _ ;.litg.: Library: .1 ., ihu . IAgeigt:.for. a i The Healesville "" Guardian. .E.LESVILLE,4 S 0:r Rye, Biit-?ry, Maie, Hay, S . . ...
Healesville Shire. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 30 March 1894
Constituted- a sl 'ire, 30tli September, 1887.i Area.--200 square.uailea. ·, Popula tion, 1225; ratepayers on roll, 292. An-3 nual valhie, £12,602? ; te,i I. in £' Re venue,' £2,900.. · -~. . ' SPrenident of Shire-Jno. M: Keppel. C onnicillors.e .. " . Thos. Bairthri_ : ... ': tires, Aug, 1894 - Charles WValker :- ... "· 1894 S'.Joln M'Grettnn ... -, ~,, 1894 SEdmund ... .fall . 1895 T . . Tios luen. 0n ats' . "`. 1895; John Green ,.... " ... .. + ,,? 1895 John Holland... ..., ,, 1896 John M. Keppel ,, ,. , 1896 Edward Nichols ... 1896 . The Conecciln meet iat Daly''i Hall on the last Monday in the tonthli.:+.r, it; i' , " -,- - -Omemmers. , . ,O:. + Seeretary,,collector, valuer, and inspector of nuisances--Chas . Alexander, Engineer-Alex. Rodgers, C.E. Ieailth officer-J. C. Baird, M.B.BoS.'. Treasarer--no Comnish. Dog registrars--Joseph Hall,' Heales "ille; Henry Robinson, Marsville."i