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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
For Sale. ;, .. iCrOWS for SALE, dry and milking> .. with Calves, for cash only. Apply J. SHAW, Coranderrk For Sal.' FARI,:r and TIP DRAY for sale. Apply, : KING'S STRE. Produce and Timber Merchants, 'HEALESVILLE,, YAIRaA GLEN, AND LILYDALE. O WTATOES, Wheat, Oats, Peas, Tares, 1- e hye, Barley, Maize, -Iay, Straw, COiff, ' Flour, Bran; Pollard, 'Cbndition. Spice, Bone Dust, Rock Salt, ... Grai' Seeds' and Garden 'Seeds. ALL: K INDS, OF ,TIIIB ER I& Stock;.:: 5 Eard Wood, Soft Wood, All' Buildi Rg: Tl ites. Garden Paling , Brnad P!.ings; S Posts iandt llils;: ' (:. 1 CO g Ii iSA1Ki s " B:OIIGHT. '-A rent ;for -MMlhinil.Citvy 0+rpnration ,Manirl's. i. Pa;iu.Lista.l ad ,ýt~at?lrgues on i pplictil iOll , ImporItant:to Advertisers. ºSHORTINOTIES .ai'll beoublished in TE G.T UDIAa IN at till' nlowin;. rates per insertion: Sixteen wo's, or Undr .. ... Is. Twenty- our wvnrds, ol" un'lreriU: Is. (~f Thirty-six words, ri under,: ., 2. SOrders 'for'dihdlrav3alf of /1ita'tert, ad ee...
A PRINTER'S TOAST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
A PIBrE'S TIOAST.--" The Press 1" It ex presses truth, represses errors, impressea knowledge, and oppresses none. A cockney being out one day amusing him self with shooting, happened to fire through a hedge on the other side of which a man was passing. The shot" passed through the man'shat, but missed the bird.. "Did you fire at me, sir ?" he hastily asked. "Oh, no, sir," said the shrewd sportsman, " I neverhis what I fire at." Radical Borrows-Moles'. A little American boy, asking another who Good Friday was, received the withering reply, "Well, you go home and read your SRobinson Crusoe.' "
CRICKET. VICTORIA C.C. v. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
C"RICKET. boi ,tot VIcTORIA 0.0. r. HEALESVILLE, are A team from:the Victoria 0.C. visited Healesville for :the purpose of Ba playing 'a game with' our local cricketers J. on Christmas Day. The visitors ar- Jul rived by the train on Saturday, and de voted Sunday to rambling among the T. beauty spots close to the town. On H Christmas morning the weather was Ar decidedly unpleasant, and proved any- Al thing but favorable for a game of cricket. However, nothing daunted, the game was commenced about 12 o'clock, although the wicket was in a Bi very sloppy condition. It is due to the M local players that they did all in their T. power to render the ground as playable H as possible under the circumstances, by placing sand on the wicket ends, &c., Q, which tended in a degree to improve H matters. The rain would descend at F intervals, however, rendering it very disagreeable to:the players, and several adjournments to the pavilion were necessary during the match on this ac ScountZ. C...
HEALESVILLE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
HEALESVILLE RACES. OFFICE-BEARERS.--Judge-W. Farrell, l Esq. Starter-G. Anderson, Esq. Handicapper-G, Vowels, Esq. Clerk 1 of Scales-Thos. :Clements, Esq. Clerk of Course-A? Robson, Esq. Stewards-Messrs. J. Irvine, R. Al mond, W. Newman, A. Taylor, W. 1 Evans, R. Allan and W. M'Sweeney. The annual meeting of the local race club will be held as usual on New Year's Day, and should the weather only prove favorabl!i we have no hesi tation in predicting a first-rate after noon's sport. The entries for the several events on the programme filled up really well, some of the equine contestants being steeds of considerable repute. The hon. secretary of the club, Mr. G. S. Matthews, is indefati gably exerting his abilities in making every preparation for the successful carrying out of the programme, while the stewards and committee are lending aid in having the running track made as good and even as possible. If the weather would clear up for a day or two before the eventful time, the course s...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. -. ....-- ---- 1 FRIDAY, DECEMBER go. 1893. THn whirligig of time spins without stopping, and the bustle, jostling, and merry-making of Christmas reminds us that the circle is nearly completed. We are nearly 'opposite the portal of -the'-NevYear.-- There is barely tii~i enough to get- our luggage ready, shake hands with our old friend 1893, get on to the new coach dimly seen ahead, and continue our journey under the auspices of coachman 1894. We are nearing " the partings of the ways," and on leaving the track and the com pany with which we have become ac quainted, to enter upon the unknown turnpike, our hopes are not unmixed with uncertainty with regard to the future. True, the road we have passed r over during the last twelve months has ° not been the smoothest we have met since we began the journey. There have e been ups and downs-up one side of a hill and down the other-with a con siderable amount of jolting between. But we have never stuck fast, for w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
eealesville Waterworks Trust. RATING'REGULATION FOR 1894: 'THE Chairman and Commissioners of the Healesville Waterworks Trust, in pursuance of the powers conferred by the Water Act, 1890, do hereby make the fol- Tr lowing Regulation : 1. The 'follnwing are the rates and charges which the owners or occupiers of lands and tenements liable to be rated F within the waterworks district of the said Trust shall pay for the year 1894 in respect of water supplied otherwise than by mea- D sure, such rates to be paid half.yearly in advance, in equal moleties, on the 1st day of January and the 1st day of July in such year : (1) On every house or tenement of the annual value of Twenty pounds or under, according to the muni cipal valuation, the sum of Twenty Shillings. (2) On every house or tenement above the annual value of Twenty pounds, according to the municipal valuation, the suml of One Shilling in the 9 pound sterling. (3) The rate to be paid in respect of s vacant or unoccupied township o...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
THiE HIIEALESVILLE, SHIRE DIRECTORY. Counties-Anglesey and Evelyn. Parishes-Buxton, Glenwatts, Narbethong, Stevensons, and -part of Gracedale and Granton. Province-South-Eastern. Mhembers of Council-Hons. Jas. Balfour, Jas. Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D. ~Electoral District-Evelyn. Division- :Healesville. Member of Assembly-E.I H. Cameron. Electoral District-Anglesey. Division- .larvsville. Member of Assembly -M. K. M`'Keezie.
PROMOTION OF SENIOR CONSTABLE TEVLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
PROMOTION OF SENIOR CONSTABLE TEVLIN. After the business of the local Police Court had been concluded on Thursday after noon, 21st inst., Mr. J. Green, J.P., availed himself of the op- portunity of making a few com- plimentary and congratulatory remarks upon Senior-Constable Tevlin's recent promotion to the rank of Sergeant, and trans- ferral to the charge of the Seymour station. Mr. Green said it afforded him much plea- sure to learn of Mr. Tevlin's well-deserved advance in the ranks of the service, while at the same time he felt he was but re-echoing the deep regret. at the loss to Healesville of so highly-respected a townsman and worth officer. He had known Mr. Tevlin during the whole of his 18 years' residence here, and was proud to be able to include him as one of his warmest and most respected friends. In his capacity as an officer he had always proved himself worthy of the trust re- posed iu him by the Depart ment. He hoped his successor would prove equally as capable and est...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1893. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
HEALESVV ILL:E,: S:IRE COUNCIL. _I :' : SPECIAL MEETI G. x: STJURksDAY, DEOEDiBERf 21, 1893: O'wing to the date of the ordinary meeting of the above council falling on Christmas Day this month, it was de cided at last meeting to hold a special one, which took place on the date at the head hereof.. There were pre sent the President (Mr. J. M. Keppel), and Crs.' Clements,. Green,.:Holland, Walker, M'Gretton, Nichols, and Barton. In opening proceedings, the; Presi dent' stated that it would not be in order to read the minutes at this meet ing, it being a special one. The coun cillors, however, wished to hear them read, leaving the confirmation of them, till the next ordinary nieeting. '?Thjs was accordingly done... NIGHTSOIL, TENDERS. The minutes of the meeting of the coninmittee appointed to receive tenders for the removal of nightsoil ii the town were read. The tenderswdre: H. Brennan, 5s. 1 1~dsone or three yeeirs; , sr-rrrtis ý-fdr ufiraie year;wF-il 1b'as accepted by the committee...
CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subject 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. RUNNING SUNDAY TRAINS. (To the Editor of the Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
!:::' CORRESPONDENCE: i : a:! .Correspondence on ?subject.: of public and ,eneral interest, ifguaranteed by the name and address of the writer (not neeAssardyi for publication,). will be freely inserted in .this column, on the understanding that wce do not identify ourselves with the opinio?is' expressed by correspondents. l e also hold the right of making any elimination we may see fit, especially wthen a non-de plume is affixed. RUNNING SUNDAY TRAINS: (To the Editor of The Guardian) SIR,--Will you;kindly allow me ;to re view? the article on Sunday trains, by " A.W,". in your last issue,? Are there only two ways of spending Sunday? Must people either travel by Sunday trains (or steainboats) or "assume' grave' and solemn visages", "' listen' t tile very coni mon-place platitudesi of a very mediocr(? .pr?:cler", and.' pore overan uointeresting book of oil, .sermons,?" Is that .what everyliodv do.lo on Siundra except those who travel by Sitin,, trains,? I think not. .I think a very li...
YARRA GLEN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
YARRA GLEN RACES. OFFICE-BEARERS.-Stewards-Dr. Kii patrick, J.P., Messrs. H. Farrell, N: Ellis, J.P., T. Bell, J. Irving, and G. Love. Judge-Dr. Kilpatrick, J.P. Starter-Mr. W. C. Far rell. Handicapper-Mr. W. E. Dakin. Clerk of Scales-Mr. W. Bell, J.P. Clerk of Course-?Mr. J. G. Yates. Hon. Secretary-Mr. .T. Bell. The annual meeting in connection with the above club was held on Tuesa day last (Boxing Day). Owing, no doubt, to the very threatening appear ance of the weather in- the morning, the attendance at the meeting was not so good as might otherwise have been the case. Before the races commenced, however, the day turned out it delight ful one,-fresh, bright, and beautiful. The events on the programme were well filled up, many first-class animals coming up to face the starter prepatory to a strugge for supremacy in the seve ral events, in some of which excellent finishes were witnessed. The following- are tldi event-a-i]d results : HURDLE RACE-Of 8 sovs. One mile and a half. J. I...
HEALESVILLE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
HEALESVILLE. BY "THE VAGABOND," IN THE LEADER. (Continued.) That is how I feel during the days I tarry at Edgcumbe's Hotel. Architec- turally this is the show establishment of Healesville. From its balconies and windows one has a magnificent view of all the surroundings. To me distant mountain and village streets are alike interesting. From the hour when the purple tints of the morn gleam on Mount Monda till the morning sun goes down in glory over the Yarra Fats, there is always something to in- terest one from the balcony of Edg- cumbe's. First the magpies sing their matins and prospect about the street. Then the dogs have a morning corro- boree. Anon the village smithy wakes into action. This is a very old- fashioned establishment, situated under a plum tree. Cr. Hall and his merry men are tapping and beating out horse shoes from 6 a.m., with a musical jingle pleasing to the ear. Afterwards vehicles and horsemen ride to the early train. Then the Marysville coach takes its departur...
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
Marysville. A picturesque postal township on the Stevenson River, 62 miles east of Mel- bourne. Rail direct to Healesville, thence daily coach, the road passing over the far famed Black Spur. The scenery at Marys ville is extremely pretty; the Stevenson Falls are two miles distant, and "Tommy's Bend" and Cumberland Creek are near. It has two good hotels, state school, police station and two stores. The district is .... It is connected with Nar- bethong and Healesville by telephone.. M. Keppel, postmaster. Population, 80.
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 29 December 1893
Healesville. A pretty municipal township, with post &nbsp; and telegraph and money-order office, and savings bank, situated at the junction of the Graceburn and Maroondah rivers, 39 miles east of Melbourne. Rail direct with Melbourne, Healesville being the terminus. It has three large first-class hotels and a large temperance hotel; Gracedale House, a handsome summer resort, is situated near the foot of Mount Juliet, about three miles from the railway station. There are a fine state school, four churches, branch of the Colonial Bank, court house, police station, mechanics' institute and free library, a newspaper (THE HEALESVILLE GUARDIAN), a number of stores, and other places of business. Extensive recreation grounds, cleared, improved, and fenced; also, beau- tiful lawn tennis court and bowling green. Trout and blackfish may be caught in in the river near Healesville, and good shooting &nbsp; a few miles out. The district is princi- pally grazing; there are several ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894
Mr. John iithgow, J.P., of Flower tield, near Lilydale, died about 6 o'clock on Sunday morning last. Deceased had been confined to the house for about three months. The cause of death was general break up of, the system. Mr. Lithgow was a colonist of 52 years standing, and was 72 years of age. He arrived in the colony when about 20 years of age, and went into the carrying trade between Melbourne and Bendigo. Then he went into part nership' with the late Robert Blair, who was a very old resident of the dis trict, and together they leased a portion of what was then known as Gardiner's :Run, but now as Mooroolbark, and en gaged in dairying. When this part nership was dissolved Mr. Lithgow took up land at Yering, where he engaged in agricultural and lately in dairy ing pursuits, residing there until his death. . About 25 years ago Mr. ,ithgow was appointed the first J.P. of this district. He held the position of chairman of the local: magistrates, and :was highly respected by both the p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894
Fo. b 1:.S? ?,.- . FARM .and TIP : LDRAYt for , iale Appy, KING'S STbI6 E. For Saleo COWS for SALE, dr-and' milking with Calves, for cash oljl : pply J. S-Aw.,'.In '. o:?t s alrrk. IH E-A L E SVILE VA?,.':: :'NIOLsoN "STREET,' IEALEVILLE " (Next Post Ofice) STATIONER, , . abeordashoer and Tobacconis, ESPECTFULLY intimaten s t4ii?~l h ,.I I always in stock every requidit nedcd sary to be found in.a well-conducted busi , ness of this kind.. ., i'aoy Goods, Tobacco & Oigars, :Soaps & Perfmery, ,' School Requisites, Stationery, all kinds, i°" .Fishing, Tackle, c&o.i, English agazines.and Newspapers., Newspapers Delivered ?' Or Posted to any Address. ,?. . *· AcENT FOR .POULTON & OWE i .. - iOII EPATIIIC MEDICINES.' Every Description of PATENT MEDICINES Kept in Stock. '+': .""' .':" Hounse, Land. Estate, Commission and Insurance Agent. ' Loans Negotiated, Rents Collected, &c.l Circulating Librar f', ' Agent for. The-Ilealesville Guardian.' i ' HEAL...
COMPLIMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894
COMPLT~EWENTAR.Y, .:Out; `tý1ai ~ conteiiipornry(7%e Ci-riir} th. a rcfe'r to our brst ap pearnce: "A New Publcatlion:. beg-to acknowledge receipt' of" th? ftirst issue `of T, GVAiA .., 'a . ' -puub lished at Healesville. ft'j ,a' tively got up, well prliated 'ard newsy;:' success, and if the first !.ieme is, a fair ' specimen of what`; is.t fo' llt,,h ? ill,, richly deserve it. r>;L
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894
LAWN TENNIS. We learn that it is the intention of the Tennis Club committee to estab lish a croquet section to the club for the older members, and those for whom tennis itself is too lively a game. The section will be under similar rules to the Healesville Tennis Club, and man aged by the same committee, and the lately used grass court, will, for the present, be used for the new game.