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CHRISTMAS HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 February 1899
C sHRIiSTIAS HILL. [From our Correspondent.] On 'Saturday morning lastL irs. Fhrench, of this place, hid. her .out buiildings, together. with their corite'its; comipletely destr.oyd by fire. The ori iln of the conflagration is unknown. Afte'r a somewhat lengthy stay here, the Rev. J. Darroch has applied for, and received, a call from the S'eyoiour district churches. The vacancy in the Church of Eng land-here, caused by. the removal of Mr. Ebbs, has been filled by the ap pointrnent of Yr. H. T. Langley, a son, of the wvell-known and popular Archdeacon Langley. A heavy bush fire is raging in the viciniity of the Big Hill. Messrs. Sayles', Bottomley's and Woods' pro perties ate in some danger. The heat of the last few days has been very .in tense, and a change is eagerly looked for. The Coranderrk cricket team played the Upper Yarra club at Launching Place on Saturday last. The former made 25, and the home team replied with 36, but in the second innings the visitors collapsed, leaving ...
A CORRECTION. (To the Editor Healesville Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 February 1899
A CORRECTION. (To the Editor Healesville Guardian.) a . A:hight: inaccuracy appeared' in your last issue, in which I was imade to figure as the manager of the, Yarra Track Sylidicate's claim. As I have no wish to a?pear in .a false position, kindly allow nie space to say that I do niot act as manager for the Syndicate; in fact, there is no manager, and I have only been at work for a few days to gt 'a trial craishing out. I certainly found the reef and opened it up, although some people now clain that they knew al ab6'ut i louago.i Is this a feasible yarn I-Yours, etc., C.G. M'OAN1T. Yarra Track, Feb. 15, 1899. [Mr. Ml. D. Keppel also writes in connection with the above error, on behalf of the Syndicate, which we re gret having made.--ED.] HIop-picking will commence locally about the beginning of March. The plants this season are looking really well, and the retirn is expected to be a most satisfactory one.
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 February 1899
Courts of Petty Sessions. Courts will be held during the year 1899 at the undermentioned places, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz - Name df Court. Hour. Jan. Feb. March. April. May. June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. heidelberg ... 10 16,°t '30 13,ot 27 13,o0t 27 10,°t 24 15,f0t. 29 12,01- 2 10,Of 24 7,tf 21 4,0f 18 2,0t 16, 13, 270t 11 Yarra Glen ... 9.30 18 15 15 1 12 I10: 7 5 .2,30 27 251 22 13 P. 01. Healesville ... 2.30 190 16G 160 '0 130 11° 8- 6 3,0 31° 280 260 230 140 Lilydalo. ... 9.30 ,ot 13,3,f 10,3,o f 10, 7,°f 14, 5,12, 2, 9, 1, 7, 14, A 11, , ,10f. 13,0f 3, 10O 1,8, 15, 20, 27 17, 24 17,24 21, 280t 19, 260t 223,o 30 21,1.'28 18,o? 25 22, 29 20, 27 17 24 22, 2J Anderson's Creekl 11 90 60 6° 240 8o 50 3,0 310 280 250 230 200 | S8 Elthanm..: ... 11 I710 70 7* 11 90 G6 40 1, 2900 260 240 210 12* Queenstown ... 11 23 '20 20 17 22 19 17 14° 11 0 4 F"erntree Gully ... 9 24° 210 210 180 23 .0180 150 120 100 I 280° 19 * Police Magistrate's ...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHEBIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 February 1899
ExTRaCTS FROM GAME AND FIsHE5EES ACTS. 54 Viet. 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. inative game during close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to 5s for each bird or animal. Cla?,se 7-Buying, selling, or knowingly having in possession, house, or control, any imported game or native game during close season. Penalty-Imported game, £5 and Ilue of bird or animal; native game Cladsie .-Taking eggs out of of destroy inignest of imported or native game, or hav ing eggs in possession. Penalty-10s. each egg. : Clause 11.-Laying poison for or poisoni ing game. Penalty-£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 54 Vict. No. 1093. clause 35.-Taking, selling, or exposing for sale any fish during close season for such fish. Penalty-Not re than £20. anl forfeiture of fish.
WHAT IS AN AD ? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 February 1899
Ax American paper thus defines it: The life-blood of modern business. A moi y-mcaker, getter, and saver. A fl sh of infonrmation to all the people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields pure -old in irge dlividends. The key-note of progriss in the :march to success. The dealrs sureu? oad to succesa A medi?mi for ?the' icrease of nusiness. That lich lbooms the pl'ce and enhricwhe the advertiser A means of communicating items of ]nterest to wide-awake people. An intelligent .nessage to intelligent people, profiting sender aiid receiver. Personal and puiblic benefits are icrived fromn its judicious application. A notice that brings best returns "or lea?st money. The corne:'-,to::e -f thli Templle Gt ortur;;. ;'e "o*,ve'r ' :.t 1 -?c s tr.-'e in otlimi.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 February 1899
UEALESVILLE BAKERY. p1 C. M. JURY ce B EGS to inform the residents of Healesville,' Narhethonn, Buxton, Mlarysville, and surrounding districts, that 1 he has taken the 1 tl OlMd Establishbe1. :Bu siness I C, Of Mr. N. Christensen, And under the management of Mrs. E. ROLERTS, he hopes by civility and attention to business to merit a fair share of their patronage. None but the best class of Gooes KEPT. Best Bread (white and Imalt) in the district. "atering:and Small:Goods:a Specialy. Please note the address. Christensen's Old Established "Business; .r --,^ m'^uner--thoo k m ndnnreýne 'of ± ^ MRS. E. ROBERTS. -PrZelnwiniis ry JVotice. F. RIUDDUCK Desires to inform the inhabitants of lHealesville that he has now taken over the business lately occupied by MRS. ROBERTS, In Nicholson Street, HEALESVILLE. GROCERIES, of every description. .Motto ::Small Profits and Quick Returns. Best Brcad, White and Wheaten Men?. Delivered to all' parts of the district. Catering for Balls and`Parties. Smal...
CHESTERVILLE. FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 February 1899
CIOESTERVILLE. KFnon oun CORRESPONDENT. February 14. The Yarra Track Syndicate washed up to-day'a trial crushing of S tons from the reef found on their lease some time ago by Mr. iM'Cann; result, llz. 5dwt. 3gr. This is a very satisfactory return, as they have a large body of stoie, and the* crushing was taken just as it came out. The reef is improving in depth, and has the appearance of being true fissure lode. Messrs. Chester and Locke are busy getting another crushing out, and have a good many- men employed. . Their reef is said to be improving in size and quality as it goes south. This field, although hardly ever heard of in mining circles, will bear more than favorable comparison with almost any field in the colony. Count ing Chester and Locke's 76 tons of stuff returning 324 ounces, and now the Syndicate yield of -over 11z. from 8 tons, gives a total of 335oz. of gold, returning the remarkable average of nearly 4oz. per ton. This ought to give an impetus to mining in this loca...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 February 1899
1STL at ar THE A-' " leaeville . Guardian " u e e -GENERAL PRINTING WORKS, CASTELLA - STREET, .. EALESVILLE. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE OAT THIE PREMISES With Neatness and Despatch: The . Guardian" is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catchFirst Mail This Jou.rnal advocates local inteie'sts, .nd the fostering b( l local indui try, . : • i• : :? i; t co-Ilt cdemnans the pictice of .sipportin? fo ei~n 1abbr, SALE. SALE. S ALE. :ALL PREVIOUS SALE ECLIPSED. O UR TWELFTH ANNUA Stocktaking Sale. B. MOREY & Co BEEHIVE STORES, LILEYD.ALID. A SERIES OF GREAT BAR GAINS COMMENCING FRIDAY, JULY 8th, 1898, For One Month. Orders by Post will receive our Special Care. Millinery ! l illinewy ! BARGAINS UNRIVALLED. JACKETS, CAPES, ULSTERS. REMNANTS. REMDNANTS. DRESSMAKING AT SALE PRICES. SPECIAL VALUE IN Men's Boys' and Youths' Clothing. RPRICES UNPARALLELED. Dress Goods Volvetoeens, Planelettos, Flaanels, Calicoes, 8hirtings, Sheetings, Art Musliss, Lace Curtains. BOOTS. BOOTS LARGE...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 February 1899
Glos. Season f.or ?tmo, &. THE W .OLE YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their produce. (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer, epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. - is, podargus or mopokes, -.1.... s~!l, suthern stone plover or curlew, -wallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. JilNE 14 TO DECEMBER 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds. AUGUST 1 TO IEURUAIY 28: Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons. quail. AUGUST 1 to DECEMBER 20. All birds known as cranes, such as herons, egrets, &c. ; all honey-eaters except wattle birds and leather-heads; all kingfishers other than the laughing jackass ; all mem hers of the grauculus faimily ; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-bird, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all other members of the rail famil...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1899. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 February 1899
PUBLISHED FPIDAY MIORNINGS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1899. GENERAL NE WS. -o: In our issue of the 27th January, we wrote at some length on the neces sity which existed for an increased mail service to the Yarra Track. Our sympathy is with those who are situ ated in that remote part, and we will not fail to keep this matter before the public gaze as showing the disadvan tages under which the miners in that locality suffer through the inefficient mail requirements at present. We intend to try and remcdy this incon venionce if we possibly can, and will use our best endeavors towards attain ing that end. In the " Woods Point Standard" of Tuesday last, however, we notice that a great portion of our article is extracted, and another paper is credited with having publiished the same. The journal mentioned has never, so far as ywe are aware, advo cated anything in connection with the Yarra Track, and this makes the matter more noticeable. It is evidently a mistake on the part of our contem pora...
THE V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. THE NEWMARKET HANDICAP [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 17 February 1899
THIE V.R.C. AUTiUMIN IREETIING. [By a Sporting Contributor.] ,; TIlE NEWMIAIlKET HAINDICAP still boasts of a good field of horses, in cluding Bobadil, Hopscotch, and our speediest horses. Merloolas, with 9.12, has the pride of place. Though mnost of his victories have been gained over a journey, he demonstrated his sprinting abilities when beaten by Bobadil, after a desperate strggle in the All-aged Stakes in Sydney, the mile being run in.hmin. 41 see. Hopscotch has 51b less, and with 9.3 has just beaten a good dield at Rolse hill in lmin. 16sec. over six furlongs, while his Toorak Iandieap victory, when he carried 0.10 and ran the mile in Inin. 43sec., shows that he will hlave to be reckoned with as far as the weight goes. Whakawatea is an ancient of days who still retains his pace, as has lately been demonstrated by carrying 10.10 over seven furlongs in 1umin. 29% sees. Still I pre fer Hopscotch's chance. Bobadil is also on the 9.7 mark. As -a two and early. three-year-old this co...
Destroying Weeds by Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 February 1899
Destroying Weeds by Electricity? Nearly two years ago., an American journal devoted, to the fruit-growing interest published an article on the possibility of employing electricity in thei destruction' of weeds. ' It' siems now that a beginning has been made in this direction. ',The illinois Central. lRailroad is the first so far as we are aware to employ the strange force -for the purpose, and it has used it'on the weeds along its line. Not only, has electricity beenr found serviceable for weed destruction, but the cost is much less, we are told, than when it was done by hand labour. .It has'cost the compony in the past; about 40 dolllars per mile.to destroy the weeds. With electricity five miles of weeds can be killed in an hour at a very small expense. A brush heavily charged with electricity runs along about eight inches above the ground and every weed witl which it comes in contact, however big or strong, is im mediatly killed, and turns black as if frozen, Electric weed-killers...
HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 February 1899
I[OUSE IOLD HIINTS. To Freshen. a Carpet.-One table spoonful of turpentine to. a gallon of lukewarm water is the right propor tion. \Vring the cloth as dry as you can, and rub the carpet well all over. To mend a torn glove, first button hole stitch all round the tear with white cotton, the same color as the glove. Don't use silk, as it tears the kid away.. Then neatly, draw the two sides together with another row. of buttonholing, or two or three rows if the tear is inclined to gape open. Washing White Silk Handkerchiefs. -Do you rub soap on them 7 If so, this would account for a yellow appear-. ance.. Silk handkerchiefs should he washed in a lather made of good soap and lukewarm water. Well wash in this, and put a few drops of vinegar in the rinsing water. Iron with a thin cloth between the handkerchief and flat. A Good Recipe for Blacking.-Mix well together four ounces ivory black, three ounces coarse brown sugar, one table-spoonful sweet oil, and one pint of beer. `Well stir befo...
CHINESE MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 February 1899
CIHINESE MISSION. ...--- .. ... The Church of England Sunday school was well filled on Tuesday even ing last, to listen'to.an account of the missionary work among the heathen Chinese, given by Miss Hally, a mis sionary from China. The Rev. E. S. Chase occupied the chair, and in intro ducing the lecturer to the meeting, said he had much pleasure in according Miss Hally a hearty welcome to Healesville, and trusted that her visit and address that evening would stimu late them to take a greater interest in the missionary work amongst the heathens. He would now call upon Miss Hally to address them. Miss Hally, on rising, went straight on with the subject she was to handle, wasting no time with introductory re marks. She described the manner of the Chinese towards the missionaries (whom they call heathens), which is not very encouraging to those who have given up their lives in the en deavour to bring them out of the dark ness in which they live, but they still go on with their good work,...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 February 1899
The prize schedule in connection with the local horticultural society's show is now in course of preparation, and the sec retary wishes it to be known that the list is open, and any person who desires to donate anything towards the show, can do so at once. Many interested friends of the society are often too late with their donations, hence the importance of this timely notice. The "Curlews" and the local club meet to-morrow on the local recreation ground in a friendly game of cricket. The home team will be selected from Baird, M'llae, George, M'Callum, Adams, Lindupp, Phil lips, Smith, Jury, Gibbs, Pepper, and Hunter. Having purchased a large Insolvent Stock of Boots and Shoes, I intend giving the people of Healesville a few Bargains. Ladies' Shoes, only Is. lid.; Children's Shoes, Is. lid.; Men's Boots, 4s. 91.; and lots of other sorts at Greatly Reduced Prices for Spot Cash. One look at the window will convince everybody that they cannot be bought in Melbourne for the same prices...
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 February 1899
BOWLING. Mesirs, Dyer and Tevlin played their last match for the Chamipionship Trophy, the former winning by 31 points to 16. Messrs. Wilson and. Alexander played their, game in the 9th and last round of the Championship Trophy, the former winning by 12 points, the scores being :-Wilson, 31; Alexander, 19. This leaves Wilson ahead for the Championship, George has yet to play Chandler, and on the result of that game depends whether there will be a deciding match between Wilson and George. Ten nominations were received for the Handicap Tournament, and .thu first round must be completed by Saturday week, 4th March. The fol, lowing are the handicaps and the older of the first round : Wilson ... ... 3 behind scratch George ... .. 1. M?atthews ... Chandler.... ... ... Scratch Flarlby ... ... . ... ... '3 Baird ... ... ... .... 3 Pierce ... ...... ..... 4 Alexander ... ... ... 4 Tevlin ... .... ... ... 7 Dyer .' ..... ... 7 Wilson v. Alexander Baird v. Pierce George v. Matthews Iarley v. C...
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 February 1899
CHiIISTIAN ENDEAVOR SO CIETY. The meetings of the above are still held regularly. There was a large at tendance last Friday evening, the "live" importance of the subject no doubt accounting for the undue propor tion of ladies. The Rev. D. Bruce officiated as leader. After spirited singing, and two or three earnest prayers, the meeting was thrown open for the discussion of the subject, " How to reach men `" Many were the anticipatory glances on the faces.oof the ladies pressnt, but as the meeting proceeded, these were succeeded by looks of quiet resignation. A member of the other sex ungallantly remarked that the theory in vogue years ago, that the way to reach men was through the ladies, had long since been ex ploded. Mr. Bruce pointed out that man was wed in its universal sense. The answer to the question, he con tended, entirely depended on what you wanted to reach men for. If it were for their own amusement, no difficulty would be experienced. The question was not how to get peop...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 February 1899
* ourts of Petty Sessions. Courts will be held during the year 1899 at the undermentioned places, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz = Name of Co t; Hour. Jan. Feb. March. April. 3May. June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. NIov. Dec. Heidelberg ... 10 6 1,f 30 13,0t 27 13,ot 27 10,ot 24 15,f 29 12,o 26 10,°O 24 7,ot 21 I,° 18 2,Ot 106,13, 270t 11 YariaGlen ..9.30 18 : 15 15 12 10 7 " 5 2,-80- 27 25 22 13 Healesvill ... 2.30 19 160 160 130. 110 8 6 3,0 310 28° 26° 230 14° Lildy dale 9.30 6,t 1, 3,f -10,3,°.f 10,7,ot 14, 5, 12. 2, 9, 16, 7, 14, 4, 11, 1,8,15°t 6, 13,t3, 10, 1. 8, 15, 20, 27; 17, 24 . 17,24 21, 280f 19,-260t 23,0t 30 21,ot28 18,0f 25 22,. 29 20, 27 17, 24 22, 23 Anderson's Creek 11 90o G 60 . 249 8 5°1; 3,0 310 28° 25° 230 200° 18 Elthamn ..: .. 11 10°0 7 7# 11 D9 60 40 1,0290: 206 24°0 21 12* Queenstown ".,, 11 23 .200 20 17 22 ' 19 17 14° 11 9 6 4 IFerntree Gully1:.:' .9 24 21° 21° 18° 23° I 20° 180 :15° 12° 100 280 19 * Police Magistrate's Vis...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 24 February 1899
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES 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. Penalty-£2 in addition to be for eacb bird or animal. Clause7.-Buying, selling, or knowingly having in possession, house, or control, any imported gamie or native game during close season. Penalty-Imported game, £5 and Iue of bird or animal; native game Clause 8.-Taking eggs out of or destroy ing nest 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, or exposing for sale any fish during close season for such fish. Penalty-Not -:rrlan £20. and forfeiture of fish.