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Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
lJealesville Post and Telegraph Oftice. Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph otlice open from 8.30 a.m. to 8 p,m. Post office savings bank open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m: ; Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, Mails close for Melbourne 6.45 ,am and 10.15 am :daily. Intermediate 7.15 pin Marysville and ... ,,, 9.30 am daily Narbetbong ' Arrive from : Melbonrne, &L:., :9.40 am 2.40 pm 7.30 pm daily..; . :: Marysville and ... 7 pm'daily. Narbetheng : M?- ISS FYFE,.istress : Postmistress. '
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
Marysville. A picturesqIue postal township on the Steveuson River, 62 miles east of Mel bourne. Rail direct to Healesville, thence daily coach; the road passing over' the far-. fanried Black Spur. The scenery at Marys ville is extremdly pretty; the Stevenson Falls are two miles distant, and ' Tommy's Ben!', and, Camberland Creek .are near. Iti? lietworgood hiotels sstite schoolpblic station, and two stores. The district is purely grazing. It is connected with Nar hethnong and Healesville by telephone. M. Keppel, puatmuaster. Population, 80.
NOTES ON VINE CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
NOTES ON VINE CULTURE. By Ala. A. G?YARD. In view of the prospect that la jetite cult-sire (the - sinll ,block syjrteri) may" be attempted in this neighborhood,..I propose to furnish for the HEALESVILLE GUARDIANI by permission of Mlonseiur ' Editure (who is an enthusiast in the development-of resouirces), some trans lations and notes" bearing oh ithe suib ject of vine growing and wine making; The commune (parish) de Mangnio, situate on and'abtittiig on the river L' Or, and not far fromi Montpellier, con sists principally of small block holders, who are describ'ed as being thrifty and intelligent people,iand to show the sue cess of their systefm I "will 'mention the following facts. A' A sale of land took place in 1881, 'when 160shectares (about 400 acres)" werepurchaseI by the small holders Adjoining this small block system"y is the estate ?t of" (uilher?naihn consisting of 230 hectares (a hectare is about 2k acres); "jf which 1-95 is conset crated to the dultuire of the vine. - The...
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
Healesville Water Trust. Constituted 10th January, 1890. Carm prising portion of Healesville Shire.' For supplying Healesville township and part of the parish of Gracedale. Population supplied, 700. Conmmissioners-All the members of the Shire Council. E. J. Hall, Chairmuan. E.: H. Cameron, M.L.A., Government nomi-! nee. Secretary and collector--Chas. H. Alex-, ,ander. Treasurer--Jno. Cornish. The water rate is is. in the £, based on the'n'mnicipal valuation of property rated. If by measure, 9d. per 1000 gals.
Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
Narbethong. A pretty postal hamlet situated at :the. foot of the L;'ek Spur, on Fisher's Creek, 53 miles east of Melbourne. Rail direct to Healesville, thence by coach 14 miles. It has a good lintel, and is connected with Fealesville by telephone, Mrs. Williams, postmistress. Population, 20.
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
. BOWLING. - The 'tournrnment conimeid"ed a ef . weeks ago under -the auspices'of :th-e Healesville Bowling Club 'for.the hand-: som;. trophies . presented. respectively by _Messrs. Cozens- and .Harvey ;and 1Messrs. Levy Bros., is drawing to a finish, and Mr. M' Sweeney, the hon. secretary, informs us that present indi cations point to -Mr T. Clements' as the winner, with-a close finish between between Messrs. Pierce, Chandler,. and George as runners-up for the second trophy. The following are the re suits of the games played up to the present. We give' the handicaps in the first round, and as they are: re tained .throughout:, the competition,: we omit them in the succeeding rounds: -Matthews (4), .beat Green (3) 20 Cornish (6) beat Burt (7) 15; - George (2). beat Shaw (3 behind scr.) 15; M'Sweeney (1 behind scr.) heat Kay. (3) 24 ; Pierce (3) beat Edgcumbe (3 behind - scr.) 28; Chandler (2) beat Cullen (6) :21; Clements (scr.) beat Alexander (4):23. - Other.rounds: Clements heat Ge...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
"HEALESVILLE BAND OF HOPE. QUARTERLY MEETING & SOCIAL:. : Miscellancons Entert.'inmenftlCf l SIcluding . .. " DiALOGUES, 'OC.AL.?.A D ,' I.NSruuMEN:a?I. Music. . To be held in the' .METHODIST CHURCH; On Fiday, the 13th April, 1894. .,Tipkets.: Adults, Is. ;Children, 6rd. ;,,J1- S venile Meebers of the Band of Hope, free. Q' F. P. STRICKLAND, Hoi. Sec.' Fish Oh I Fish OhI A O O LDHAM, in thanking his numer . ous.customers for their past sup- M porti desires to niotify them that he. in'- A tends having a weekly supply of fish G (TIURSDAYS), and trusts to have a con innuinee of their support. A.pplioations ITWVITED' by .the undersigned for per mission to remove dead timber from rontages of blocks 7-and 8. on' plan of :'subdivision of Crown portion 5, of A, Heales.ville.: Terms :--Timber to be had. for the removing, but'all trees taken to be .grubbed, and any damage done to fencing,. &c., to be repaired. P. L. STRONG, : 923 Pant Hill, South Yarra. For Sale. ?PRING CARTS-...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
LAWN TENNIS. The following are the: results of ties in the Tolrnament up to date i ' • Mr. Pierce v. Mr. George? 2-6, 7 5 6-4 ; Dr. Baird v. Mr., Row? 6-1, 6-2 Dr. Baird v. Mr. Balzary, 6--1, 6-1 ;Mr. P'ierce'v.: Mr Row, 6-5, 6 3; :Mr. iRow v. Mr. Balzary, 6--0, 26, 6-1 ; Dr. Baird v. iMr. Pierce; 6--2, unfinisbed; Mrs. George v. Miss P. Shaw, 6-L1,!3-6, 6,3; Mrs. Row v. Miss MiOGretton, 4-6, 5-6 ; Mrs. .Row v.: .Mis Roidger4s :4-, 3- 6'; Miss Haines v. Miss?.Seager 5-6. -6 0- ; Miss Shaw v. Miss: MNGretton 0-6' 3-6; Miss Shaw .v Miss Haines, 6--1,, 6-3 'Miss Fyft v.'Miss Seager 6--1-, 3-6, un finished ;.Miss Rnodgers vi Miss Seager 6-4, :36, 6-4-., ' iss Ffe ?.'.Miss Seager, 6-1, 3-6, MMissF.fe vfe Mrs;Row, 6=4, 6--2; vMiss "Ffe .v Missi-P:haw, 6--4, 3--6, 1-6, Miss Fyfe v /Miss Shaw, 6-3, 5--6 ,1 6i iss' Rod ers- . 'Miss P. Shaw, 61 6.--- ; , .liss .Rodgers v. Miss Shaw, 6- 5 6, 62 Mrs. George v. Miss Haines, 6-4.6 6-0 ; Mis Rodgere v. Miss Fvfe, 6-3, 3-6, 6-5; Mrs. George v. Miss...
WANTED TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
WANTED TO KNOW. S.. (B" r RAsMUi.] Vtihat is the difference between a ilitery conductedhy .the ,Government. . r~'a lottery conducted by private'irdil 'nJuals ? F: Is- the ,Minister of Landa, going:to do the Haleaille people out'of t?eir,: b r :irth ghig t " . . :. , . ' What':is the :combined :intellects oI those four signatures toi the 'coptr protest ?r. "I 'the 'question of the brass instrma menta buried once more?", .. ; Is it not stdalig when a ian ta ea away ;what cdoes not belong to bim (side' drum). Where is it? . Would 'it not be jolly if we' bad a brass band of our own at the sports n the 24th May. Will some of those well-to-do Reales ville. folks take an example of° those tradesmen (new blood) who eaine for ward so handsomely the other evening t What is thd meaning of "A man hanging up his fiddle at his door ?"-., Answer : He is all smiles outside, but he is a devil at home. Mr. E. J. Hall notifies by advertise. went that he has old and new spring carte for dale.
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
'ilaces of Note. SF.erushaw, Black Spur, Stevenson Falls, ~fathinna Falls, Condon Falls, Malleson's jLook-out, Mount Juliet, Mount Riddell, Mount Monda, Mount St. Lenoard, Corano derrk abaigioa1 station, and Don River Boad. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
AND. GE N.E R A" L STOREKEEPER, HEALESVILLE. First-Class 'Stock oF Crockery, Grocery, A.1D STATIONETY. The Best quality of-Bread in the District , .. Com'e nd' Seeand.Judg. f6i-Yourself." HEALESVILLE 1cou1 . ad tatio of WA.REHOVSE, NiCHoIsoN STREET,. HEALESVILLE (Next Post Office). STATIONER, Eaberdasher and Tobacconist, RJ ESPECTFULLY intimates that he has always in stock ever?rieqilsit neces sary to be found in a well-conducted busi ness of this kind. Fancy Goods, Tobaooo & Cigars, : Soaps & Perfumery,::- .. ., School Requisites, Stationiey, al kinds, Fishing Taokle, &c. English Magazines and -Newspapers. SNewspapers Delivered aI Or Posted to any Address. .,0 JUST RECEIVED A LARGE CONSIGNMENT Sopr JB?S -.(JARS JARS FRUIT JA RS JARS PRESERVING JARS JAMS SJARs Delivered, a8, ?d, Per Dozen. AGENT FOR POULTON & OWEN'S HOMIEPATHIC MEDICINES. Every Description of PATENT MEDICINES, - Kept in Stock :: House, -Land. Estate, Commission * and Insurance.Agent. ...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
"THE HEALESVILLE 1HZIRE DIRECTORY. Cnunties-Aeglesey and Evelyn, Poiiitahes--Buxton. ·GlenwnrttR, Nulrhetibon~ 'StevenRong, and part of Grncedule aud .4'ranton. Provin ce-South-Eastern. Mdetbers of Cogncil-Uone. Jas. J3alfonr, hue. Buchagpn, aod F.. S. Dobson., LL.D. Erlectoral Diatrict-Evelyn. Division lfealesville, Mewber of Asesenbly-E. l ..Camneron. ýlectoral Di strict-Anglesey, Divisito 1Mary.ville. Member of ABssembly-M. K. MLKenzie.
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
Courts qf Petty Sessigns. IT is hereby notified fo~ pblij informa tion that ~ourts of Petty Sessions will be held during the year 1894 at the under inentioned places, on the date$ and at the hIours }reSpectively set out beliw : Natuoe of Court.Hour. April, 1 Jim.Jn. July. Anug. , S . Oct. Nov. Dec. Forntree Ghily ... 10' a.m. 28 26; 23 21 1 11 13 10 8 Heidelberg ......10, ,,. 2; 16 4, 280 11, 250' 9;. 230 6i200' 3 1; , 1150,.29 12',26: 100 Ynrra Glen... ....30: ,,. 4t- 24 . 27- 256 22f: 19f 17 14f 12 Healesville.. ... 2:30,p.m. 5, 3'; 31 28: 26 23 20. . 18 165 13 Lilyd.lb ... ..9.30am..6,' 13; , li, 1,o'8, 1,61 16 20 3 10,17, 7,i4;21, 5,12,'199 216,23P 714,210, 20, 27 18 25 22 290 270_; .24, 31 -28 26. 30: 28 Queenetown ... 1 ,,, 9. ' 7 | 4 2: 13 1 , 8: 5 3 Eltham.......I1 ,,. 24 29 2; 24' 28 25 30' 27 18' Anderaons Creook 1V1. ,,. 23 21 18: 16 27 24 22 19 = 17 P Licensing and Warden's Courts. .4 Licensing Courts. The Clerk of Courts will attend to issue sumtmqnses and other procese...
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
Buxton. A ostal toinship onthe aAceronRiver, ";i iiiipjiastof Melbourne. It has a'large. hotel, store, and stateschool, The district. is pastoral and agricultural, with several good ariis? -' A cross-country postal ser ý.-viee :is maintained with Marysville and Alexandra by way of Buxton triweekly: S;"':Sherwill, postmaster. Poiplatiodi, 5.' r~:h-i412 bji
SCARCITY OF EMPLOYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
SCARCITY OF, EMPLpOYMENT. ?. [By VOGEL.] A few weeks ago saw thei question asked by ." Rasmus,' W.-!!.hy should there be no-. unemployed .in Heales ville, &c. ?" In my opinion .there should be no one who is willing :to work to be without it. They should not only notbe without work, but should also have a fair day's wage for a fair day's work. Let us look at the sur rouindings. Is there not-plenty of land -in its natural state that requires work ing to make itproductive Itis often .said that the Government has the land around Healesville loeked up and laying idle, viz., the Water and Forest Reserve, and the Coranderrk Reserve. I don't see .the difference whether the" land is, locked .up, by the Government,. or by any private .body ...There are hundreds o acres of. good land around .us locked up by private individuals (there seems to be ag goo,?deal,?f the ' rdog . 'h manger" .?a. pbout themi). I .this land was in possession, of men ,with energy as wI11 as capital, what a diff...
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public and, general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of the writer (not necessarily for publication), will be freely inserted in this column, on the understanding that we do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents. We also hold the right of making any elimination we may see fit, especially when a non-deplume is affixed. THE ST. LEONARD'S ROAD CONTRACT. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public and, general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of the writer (not necessarily for publication). will be freely inserted in this column, on the understanding that we? do not identify ourselves with the opinions, expressed by correspondents. We also hold the right of making aih eliiiaination: we may see fit, especially when a non-de pluie-"i axfed. THE ST. LEONARD'S ROAD CONTRACT. , . (To the Editor of The Guardianr.) ";: Sla,-May.I ask yon to publish the fol lowing explanation, re the above contract., When I found the w'ork was being slummed over, I wrote a letter to:the President -f6 the Healesville' Council signed " A: Rate payer," complaining that the work was not :being done up to the spedificati6os which'I had seen at the shireengineer's office. For, 'some reason my letter was not read at tjhe Council meeting in February; when. tle .work was passed.. I then .went to Coun cillor Green, and told 'him my letter ihad...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 13 April 1894
"Local& Genieral N evws. Mr.: H. Gor?:ex-MIiO.C; one" of the members of 'the -Board- appointed "to make certain-inquiries into the pre= sent working :of.water trusts, paid an" official visit to Healesville on. Monday last. On- hisarrival by the.morning train Mr. -Gore "at,. once proceeded to the ;Trust's ,o?sfi, :where- there were present Coni. 1-Holland; ex-Chairnman Sloss, C. H. Alexander (secretary), and A.: Rodgers.;. Throughl severe indis position the Chairman of the Trust, Mir.E..J. Hall,.was unfortunately un aisle'to attend After severa] questions had been satitnactorily replied to, seve ral alterations in the present Act were suggested, such as a reduction of:inte rest on loans by one-half per cent., that the Trust should, e permitted to make a separate and distinct valuation on properties supplied instead. of the pre sent municipal rating basis, an. t.hxat the Trust should be allowed. to extend theiir reticulation mains from funds dbrived as ;revenue. Mr. Gore was t...