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That Liver Again! Utter Despair. Consulted numerous doctors, but finally threw their medicine away. Took to Clements Tonic, received a radical cure, and says it Saved His Life. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898
That Liver Again I Utter Despair..;. Consulted numerous doctors, but finally threw their medicine away. Took to Clements Tonic, re ceived a radical cure, and says it Saved His Life. Mr. W. A. Jones, Uralla, N.V.W., writes on Sept. 7th, 189i6 :-I have much plea sure in sending you this testimnony. About seven years ago I was seized with a lan guid feeling, my stomach would reject all miy food, I could not sleep at night, my Iouth was always parched, especially at night, the least.nise would cause irritation of the nerves, the slightesc cold .air seemed to run right through uie. I also suffered withpalpitation of the heart to such an extent as to llmost becollle alarted. I had pains in the region of the liter. I be came very nervous, anol also suffered from shortness of breath. I consulted doctors in this town and Arulidale; their mecdi cines wollld give me slight relief, out nothing permanent. I was also treated by doctors iu Sydney and Newcastle with the samel result. I became so we...
Winter Ailments. AN ÆMIA (BLOODLESSNESS). DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS A POSITIVE CURE. A CASE IN POINT. A VICTORIAN LADY'S RECOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898
AN.MiIA (BLOODLESSNESS). DR. WILLIAMS' PINK PILLS A POSITIVE CURE. A CASE IN POINT. A VICTORIAN LADY'S RE COVERY. (From The Tarangovrer Tinmes. The most devastating and beanty de stroying complaint which females have to contend with in Australia is un doubtedly annmia. Bloodlessness is a general and terrible weakness which, bit by bit, draws its: victim into the grave. Climates and. mode of living seem responsble for its appearance in in these southern latitudes. Until of late years no adequate cure had been found for it; now, howevbtr; Dr. Wil liams' Pink pills for Pale People are known throughout. the world as the one great .specific which invariably.- baffles ; this most distressing ailment. Mrs. Bowe, of North Maldon, Victoria, thus graphicaily relates the' recovery of her daughter, Miss May. " Up to two years ago," says this lady, "my daughter was strong and in good health, but she be came thin and pallidin appearance. She constantly had a feeling of depression. I and her appet...
The Commonwealth Bill. THE WRONG AND THE RIGHT. OPINIONS DIFFER. SO DO LAWYERS. WHAT WILL THE ANSWER BE [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898
The Commonwealth Bill. THE WRONG AND THE RIGHT. OPINIONS DIFFER. . SO DO LAWYERS.. WHAT WILL THE ANSWER BE a (By HTawlc-Eye.) Before the next issue of this paper appears, the -onward. march of time will have again forged another link in the chain of historical events which will, perhaps, cause the creation of a policy so niuch so as to either uiar or otherwise: the: ambition .of: a destiny; the 'goal of which we have 'been steadily approaching :for, years past, though our footsteps have been mea sured with an hesitting tendency which has betokened caution, and a mani fest suspicion that a" more thorough insight of the basis of its foundation should be acquired wherewith to rest our .weary feet-; to pause on the pin nacle of loftiness, and view with com placency the humdrum of the life de parted from, and which giveth dawn to an epoch in national events, the con summation of which will compel Aus tralia to take her stand as a commer al nation and a power to be felt in, the land." Whe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898
Te W09. RFUL WAT.ERUIY. An Astonlsh.ng Modern Invention. The Watch for the Peopler;-a "nat vl of heapnesi Strangth, Accuracy, and "ligance securea at Smell Co.t. The " Timekeeper f the Day" defies Competitionl The male of the colebrated Waterbury Watches in Australasia has been of -uch a phenomenal character, and they have r dm.dv such a alpaDbll hit amrong all lases of the community, that the Warerbury Watch Company has decided to extend its already large business throughout these colonies. The .estimony in favour of the Waterbury Witch, la simply Overwhelming and. Unprecedented in the annals of the trade. Thousands of Waterbury Watches have been sold in Australasia, and from every quarter come, unasked for, tributes to their pxcellence. Theoxtraordinary popula.rity of the Watrrbury Watch is still firth,.r en:hanced by the fact that it can he repaired at a smalldr cost- than that the Wrterbusy was the first inexpensive Watch that could be Guaranteed to keep Corroct Time, and that c...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898
SEASON 1897-8. LARGE CROPS and GOOD PRICES. FOR FARMERS and FRUITGROWERS is the wish of T1 HQ.5 & C'051 BEEHIVE STORES, itain Street, LI-r? D A_ L ET. Establislced SSG. Who in anticipation pf a Good Season hliv,. made Extensive Purchases of DRAPERY, BOOTS and SHOES. Latest Novelties in DRESS GOODS, TRIMMI'NGS, FANCY GOODS, BOLEROS. ELQUZIt COLLA:RETTES '- EW "STOG" COLL-ARSý y FFS. rVI ILLus ITAN FIKRT-¢',ICSS H?AND Fit Style and Worktianiahip Guaraniteed. a,,n.y Prints, Muslins, Nainsooks Bia i st,. r, Z.plh 'rsa, ivan Clot hs. Calicnts, Sl.tetings Drills, Ilollands Stripe-d alasteas. Fancy Drills. CLOTTING DENA TM ITT Metn's, Youth's, and Boy's Sutts, Trousers & Vests. Trousers. FULL ASSORTED STOCK OF NEiW G'COODS. Hats, Shirts, Collars anid Ties.., Suits to Measure. Fit Guaranteed. 13OOTSI Largest Stock in the District. Best Makers Only SE00c~h 7D~'ET TMENT. BEST GOODS. AT o?: estr P ices AS TJU $ T A. ] AGEN CIES Incandescent GasI Light, Royal Insutrance:Compflny...
Queen's Birthday Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 28 May 1898
Queen's BiMd ay Sports. During the past month several gentlemen have Ileen interesting them selves in a movement, having for its purpose a two-fold object, namely, the celebration of our Ruler's birthday, and any surplus accruing therefrom to help swell the funds of the local football club. The matter was taken up with much spirit, and an active canvass of the town for subscriptions was made by members of the com mittee, and was liberally responded to. With the money collected, a decent programme was framed, and as a deal of interest was apparent in the cele bration, it only remained for fine weather to ensure a successful day's enjoyment. However, climatic condi tions were not too favorable on Mon day, and this depressing state of affairs continued till next day, when the elements, were so uninviting that a doubt was expressed as to the possi bility' of carrying out the sports. Nevertheless, it was decided to run the various events off, and about 1 p.m. a start was made. With the e...
MORE GOLD DISCOVERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 4 June 1898
MORE GOLD DISCOVERss ' Folnwirt! pn tbc'tre6nio a res 4it . .tained :.hy l fe srs.Cl% ie er Locke hivye.!4!rraw..w9UL5 5 00olden sove; reigns fur thcii woirk dizrine' tlie past L zxinths, aomestlhe neus t tat ..two -,more rich ýfdldslia e-beenmande on the Y irar Track .e lih'Messrs fiartrln a drJýteiley,ý - pand tlº r lieehon s lease. Jmei se sucCtslo;iv cscovenes give evid *wce of greater r°ich-ese t udiscovered i ; : +.t~tlr@ ti7 ý Wi? ;i
BATTER PUDDING WITHOUT EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 4 June 1898
BATTBB PODINi W"lHOUT 388O. Mix siz ftepe? nkfal of four with a lit? milk, a teaspoontul of mt, two tee?aos?laL of,baten giner, and two of the tisetn of ~sffron. Mix it with neefly a quatd alk, nad lioi it ahi..e". ;.?.? A Calamity.-" This bell," said a well. meaning sexton, when showing thebelfry of an interesting village'church to a party Tf visitors, " is only rung in the case of a visit from the Lord Bishop of the diocese, a fire, a flood, or any other such cala mity." Landlady : " That new boarder needn't try to make me think he is a bachelor. He's either married or a widower." Mil. lings : "How can you. tell ?" Landlady: " He always turns his back to me when he opens his pocket-book to pay his board." A Sincere Wish.-Colonel Barre was blind of one eye, and the other was far from strong. Lord North was long blind. The colonel paid his lordship a visit, who said kindly, on receiving him, "Colonel Barre, nobody will suspect us ofinsincerity if we say that we should always be over...
WOMAN WITHOUT HOMEDUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 4 June 1898
WOMAN WITHOUT HOMEL . DUTIES. A woman who has io home-duties, or Sho does not attend to such duties, is a pest to her acquaintances. It may take er a long time to make her breakfast. toilet, but her outside garments go on like magic when she has once decided to make a morning or afternoon call. She will not work, and she will not let her seighbours work. Her acquaintances are kept in a state of chronic discomfort In the expectation of a visit, and a door bell in her vicinity cannot ring without striking terror to the heart of the lady of the house. A call from this idle person means simply loss of time without the slightest compensation. The work in the kitchen or the nursery must be aban doned; and this means, with practical conscientious housekeepers, not only a giving up of the work for the time, but some time yet to come. The work planned for that day and omitted for that day means overwork at another time, onfusion, and anxiety.
THE MIRAGE OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 4 June 1898
THU MIRAGE OF LIFE. Rehold, not many leagues before me rise, With glittering spires that touch the sure skies, the gates of some airial city, fair As heaven-born genii build upon the sunset he a bright dream within the heart of eleop It ests upon yon mossy hills, that keep Guard o'er its rich domes and vermilion towers, Its palces and streams, its shrines andlakes and fowers. I have boun sleeping on the desert sand, Blind, within sight of this delicious land; Athirst and fainting ; far too sad to care, That, like a hungry wolf, Death watched me from his lair. _, Sut, just a moment since, sweet music stole, An ' angel unawares,' upon my soul, Strengthened my limbs, and raised my drooping head, To soe from whence it came, and-oh, delight-instead Of seorahing glare and empty sand, green lawns, Whose terraced slopes full many a grove adorns; While 'neath their cool enwoven shade alway A thousand tinkling founts in lustrous grottos play I Oh, bright those drops are, sparkling in the san ...
A WONDERFUL INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 4 June 1898
a WONDERFUL INVENTION? The following appears in the "Hawk": Apropos of Atlantic steamers I saw at a tai lor's who is also a shipping agent, a won derful invention for preventing collisions at sea. The motive power is electricity. A small plate, not larger than a cheese plate s fixed at the side of the vessel within two miles immediately causes a bell to sound, and an indicating arrow shows the direction from whence tt approaches. The idea, of course, is that waves of sound are carried more quickly by water than air, and if the invention can be perfected, the torpedo boat will be rendered useless. In the tentative experiments that have been -made on the Thames the indicator has worked perfectly.
BEAUTIFUL CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 4 June 1898
BEAUTIFUL CHILD. Beautiful child ! by thy Mother's knee, In the mystic future-what wilt thou be ? A demon of sin, or an angel sublime; A poison upas or an innocent thyme, A spirit of evil flashing down With a lurid light of a fiery crown, Or gliding up with a shining track, Like the morning star that ne'er looks back, Daintiest dreamer that ever smiled. Which wilt thou be, my beautiful ohild " Beautiful child I in my garden bowers, Friend of the butterflies, birds, and flowers, Pure as the sparkling crystalline stream, Jewels of truth in thy fairy eyes beam. Was there ever a whiter soul than thine, Worshipped by love in a mortal shrine? My heart thou hast gladdened for two sweet years, With rainbows of hope through mists of - tears; Mists, beyond which the sunny smile, With its halo of glory, beams all the while. Beautiful child I to thy look is given A gleam serene, not of earth but of heaven, With thy tell-tale eyes and prattling tongue, Would thou could'st ever thus be young; Lik...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 4 June 1898
ROYAL MAIL To and from ALEXANDRA & MARYSVILLE." S HERWILL'S LINE OF COACHES Run to and from above places, Leaving Alexandra Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday, At 1 p.m. Leaving Marysville Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays At 3.30 p.m. T. SHERWILL, Propiietor. George Greswolde Day, Solicitor, Proctor, and Conveyancer, Nicholsori-strcet, LHealesville, And 231 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. (Corner of Little Bourke-st.) ATTENDS HEALESVILLE COURIT, and other courts when required. Trust jMoneys to Lend. A Commissioner of the Supreme Court for Taking Affidavits. Instructions received by Mr G.S. Matthews. SUTTON'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE IS THE FINEST IN AUSTRALIA. SUTTOIN'S W -EELS Won nearly all Prizes WARRNAMBOOL TO - MELBOURNE ROAD RACE Road Races prove the -Best Machines Ride a" World, Mascotte, Perfect, or Garden City Machine. A. F. Buckley, Agent, Healesville. The Staff of Life JOHN ROY. BAKER. HEALESVILLE. (OPPOSITE the GRAND HOTEL.) Bread ad Small Goods of the best quality. Catering ...
SHE HAD A TEMPER. BUT [?] MANAGED TO CONCEAL IT WALLS BEING COUSTED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 4 June 1898
S81 HAD A T?PnWR. S" t BSa MAunoA o 0 Cdwcusa Waes Btao COouran. Seatain young marrid lady Is fortunate la having a good hid hulsbad, whese deve tiOn to htr has never Iei fgor an instant sine the frst day he fell in love with her mral uear. . se, unfestaely fae er.aown hbppims a well a his. ? as beni with a tamper li gunpwder. The follow inag li fawi dialogue toeak phle between them the other morning jt ate brekhlst, diang en ofd her laidt itervels. It leaked eM, no matter how. , " Tdl ma," id ke, "Jst fe my -wn uiriewe, how it happeed that I neveer dis eaveel this aunhepi um'ets in you is eortehipdays, whel the~t e a p arsW pg of perfestien. ow did pto eer atnap to restrain sael Y then " The poer woman hesitatd a tw momeata biemasaweriag, snd them sebing MbLedy, roppd her grasl li es had spen hi sJ y shabolder and said: I used to rxeuse myself hre pea Ihe a few miinsind -g-go upstair sald b-b-bite pieces out of the top of the b-b-boem." And he wau as well satided with this ea plaat...
HER ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 4 June 1898
HER ANSWEB. *i7N0 Ssan proposed to e alt lw." You can't mean that?' "Inre- ft' true saed me to be his wife outight." ' Good Graoiou. dia I What di . do?" ..- .. tPoor boy I Es looked so handsome, NeI1, lt"Handsome A clerkonweekUly p sksB you--a beauty and a belle `But tell me what he dared to uay." SWell-first heloved me 1" "Oh, that patt Ofcoursel What else" "And tat h - thought I was the sort of girl whose heart , Would never let itsell be bougi~ SHe ail he was a man-that I "Wu just a woman, equal so n outh, health, brain we stood, and-Why, -on'd think he aever dreamed of no Tnkt he waspoor need be no bar-" S"Well, what anattitude to take r" S For lov wald proe the glliad sdt STo. fame an fortune, for my ske Anhil then he beged my heart aad hand. S"aaih impudene I who'd ever geI ? I hope you made him uandersai His plsato ," I di,-I tld hia' Ter
The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 4 June 1898
.11J iuarbinai. Scribendi recte supere est principinra et ons . PUBI.ISED. SATURDAY SIOR'nINGs. '"rSAT URDAY -JUNE 4, .'898.- _;c VWATER'TRUST.--Winter has come; and with. it the,.business of .he Heales, *ville Water.. Trust is very simile':. At the ladt msetihv onil"y few accoubnts were -pm axnd-Lth.L orduiary reports read. RATES--We must again impress upon ratepayers the absolute necessity of paying up-arrears on or before the ol'thb ins o se they will be disfran seld d t isnecessary that house- ]o alderihulnofbrt. this f'?1act 'g the 'munciFI lecaio sare now close to upon '.anf there sany'pposition tic t0,an `-of Jur reting .ouncillors or whic ' her i9 .ikely1 a t etboves in eaci an all o make good their name at in the shire rate book, so that a solid th expression of :,olinion might .be ac. w corded those candidates, who are T most wor hy pli d ;1 .., , ,Y BuR I notW ease in int hf wherein ies t9dn iflannettei. m material to fire; occurred to a young lad, named Jaines Duddy, age...