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CHRISTMAS HILLS, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

i Cxni rsts. Is;inLNs,Tzesraiuv., ip After the late rains the weather is fine and bracing, whilst the coii·itry iippers in, some of its natural beauty. Foxes ane 'gain becoming na greatt niii-. ance, and poultry left out over nilght are eildman seen again by their owners. .There is-nothing of any moment tral;s.n=4 , piririg just now, but there maly be interest ing items shoetly if Dame nnumor be cor rect. : ~ ~ .. ?., ·w ,? .,,, :ri

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WONDERFUL SUCCESS In CURING ALL INCURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by W. MENTIPLAY AND SON, No matter what your complaint may be, chronic or otherwise. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

A WONDERFUI SUOUESSe In OURING ALL INCURABLE DISEASES Has been Attained by W. MENTIPLAY AND SON, No matter what your complaint may be, chronic or otherwise. Our charges for our Herbal Prepara tions are moderate compared to others, sand what makes them more so,they are RELIABLE. We successfully CURE the following diseases:-Hydatids with out operation, Erysipelas in 24 hours, Blood Poisoning and Diphtheria, Typhoid and other fevers, Liver and Kidney complaints, including Bright's disease; Rheumatics, Water Brash, Marasmus, Nervous Debility in male and female, Piles, Sciatica and Lum bago, and remove from the blood all deleterious substances, Eczema and Jaundice. We also cure Asthma, Tumors, Fits, Coughs, Scurvy, bad legs, Neuralgia and all other curable diseases. Our hair restorer is the most reliable. We give advice gratis, requesting that persons writing for advice should enclose a stamp for reply. W. Mentiplay, sen., will be in con stant attendance at his shop from 10 to 8, excepti...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

ROU YAL MAIL To and from ALEXANDRA & MARYSVILLE. S1IERW1ILL'S LINE OF COACHlES Itun to and frinm aibve places, Leaving Alexandra Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday, At 1 p.m. Leaving Marysville Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays At 3.30 p.m. T. SHERWILL, Proplietor. George Greswolde Day, Solicitor, Proctor, and Conveyancer, Nicholson-street, IHealesville, And 231 Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. (Corner of Little Bourke-st.) TTENDS UEALESVILLE COURT, and other courts when required. Trust Moneys to Lend. A Commissioner of tie Supreme Court for Taking Affidavits. Instructions received by Mr G.S. Matthews. UTTON'S MUSIC WAREHOUSE IS STHE FINEST IN AUSTRALIA.. SUTTOTN'S WEEELS 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.) Bnead and Small Goods of the best quality. Catering ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1898. News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

Scribendi recie ! t'! w s t iprpinipi etfons - : . aISHlD S.tTURD)AY 3IORNINGS. 'S.-iTUIRDI JULY 2,898. 1News of the Wee : A PitooRESIVE F IRM -For,,sonie' time past the nieed of some central chairff-cutting and grain-crushifg -works has beeni greatly. felt in this district, and we are pIleal e::dLe e to state that Messrs.: Mitlie and R:urlstone, represented by their able and cour teous mainager, Mr 'Story, have decided to estalish steamt chaff-cuttilng and crushingi works in. Healesville. We trust that they will meet with the suc cesi they ddeserve RECEIVED-Mr. J. J. Smith's letter re the football controv;ersy lately iap peariing in this paper, w as received too late' for insertion, but will appear next week. THE' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCi t:EI' U:oGLIo.-Our Christmas Hills-corre: spondent: writes the;following anent sonmeremarks made at the meeting of the Preslyterian Church, held on the 10th elt.-:for the purposeo:F consder-d ing the anUalg inati?': of: theHeale ville, Christmas Hills,...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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DISTRICT NEWS. TOOLANGI, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

D IS T RI NE W S: LFROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS. S-TooLAXr, Tuesda'y. SThci paling trade is almost at a standstill ' i in; t, the hIad weather and stoppage of wagI'ons. This -has brought about the usual cry of povertyiheard ..every wiriter,, nnd thle cause of; this isriotb fnfr to's seek. It mnay be explhind ,,in the one n rd,,A g - "'credit," for the whole business from start' tnofiniii?his carred on under that hbealiu ifor lthough all hnids-work hlird, ituVery'' little is made-out of it by any one. A:; : proper, balancing but seldom takes.plucee ea,'h one bcing satisf?il to receive sob'q-? thing on'aecoin'rt, and fwhen a settiement~ ' r iiust he made, well," Peter is robbed to play Pdul."'"l'lhat this is so is a disgrace, but thaatit should lie allowed to remain so is wo.ýe, for until the present miserable style is altered it must remain what it'now is, a sort of existence for all connected with iti. As an attempt'lit'-a remedy. I would isuggest 'that a ineet;in' bF lbld(hffori"' tlie ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

T? i e aouthly Imeeting of the alnv. iadyitwas hIsjdaftjt th.etshireb mcrfin, "the same gent'lenenlnhediritpresent:j ' ° The cebllectrif' epirted thai £t301~i 3d. ati'dbeeri r'eeiVed in 'rae9. ?''?? ..... reported thatk. a :0 ofj £48 .9s 6d wa theank SAccounts iwere: passed:forirpaymieint. amounting o too£711s d.-A- ar sr c Te erei ie a t'e hdi Lhdrs" apilicai'on for j inch istA-i . pipeha been attendred to. H 10i? 1b iueeting then a Ijounnrl!ýred t 1ell no

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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The Gleaners' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

The ý`l? .,?bs' Un,,ion. The Gleaners' Union in connection with' St. Joh a 'siChurchHalesville held its monthly metingon Thursday evening last in the schoolroom, the Rev.`'. '. Ohase occupying the chair. There was a. fair attendance .An .in teresting paper on the. "Vork of a Gleaner" was contributed by Miss Shaw. It contained- practical sugges tions such as thle ollowing-Invite Tew Meimbers to join the Union, In troduce' .issiboi g orkl into )youqGCon-, versation, aSpread; Missionaryi'Litera ture, and always-bs.gon.theolook out for Missionary;.nformqitiona,. AT report of the BelliiderjKeor lission,.was tread, and it, as decided to place a,;box, for the reception of Christmnas gifts in the?e:olioolroodii to A Lbe. sent ~i to thise Il11 100l? l , " -~~~. ' ·t

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

1osO Saon for OarGarso, ac. TuE WIuoLE YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and mina', niot indigenous to Australia, and their prr, dc??e (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, ,I,.:", epithianuras, fan-tjils, lly-cetherrs, great kin36fsher or Inughing jackass, grouse, iab' lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, p.lrtridges, pleasant . ( - s, podarguwr or mopokas, . . , southern stone plover or curlow, vwallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. JUNI 14 To DECVsIBERn 0 : Black swan, emu, wild fie.-s of all kinder, ..AUGUST I To EI;LUAiRY 28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons, quail. Aoc;usr I to DECErB3B.R 20. All birds known as cranes, ,uch na herm:Sr,. egrets, &c. ; all honey-eaters except wattle. birds and la-ther-heads; all kingfishe- :.ther than tho laughing jackass ; all inenm, hers of the griuculus family; art c", bittern,. black cockatoos, coach!i-hip-bird,. cuckoos, gdng gang ctokatioos, ladl-rail, .all ather membe'rs of t...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Woman's Power. THE POWER BEHIND THE THRONE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

" Womans , Power. THE POWER '.BEHIND THE THRONE. The power of;heautiful women over men is a :thing often cornented on, Iutt the woman imust le beautiful. A woman is only beautiful and powerful underd certain coiiditions. The most stringent of which isgood health, a thine unfortunatel3, which? is very hard to find among, women;of to-day. Marriage i- on the, decline, we are told, aild' oni,` "of the chief reasons for this is that itih average nan is very hard to satisfy He a ants as n early perfect! aý,woman, mtnin ta ly morally and physically asi is aos sible, and in the present day very few·' srcl women exist. It is not our purpose to deal with the first two attributes inibntioned; but the latter, which -is bly, no means the least iinportiant, 'is well worth a few words which cannot fail to lie of interest to all women, harried or 'single. The woman of to-day does not give her l-If enough attention in the proper direction; a little time taken from 'the st uily of the latent fatshton...

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OUR SERIAL STORY. OUR HARRY: A TALE OF THE DIGGINGS. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] Chapter II Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

OURI SERIAL STORY. OUR HARRY: A TALE OF THE , + - ., ýI:; _Q_ .. - By J. M,.BARR, - [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.]-: Chapter II Conitintied. We can iniagine the tender, loving mother's letter--the first he had ever received from her-brimming-over with mingled sorrow and hope; with pride in her manly boy, and anxiety for his welfare; and full of latent plans of future happiness, all to be realised " when you come home again." Yet, through all, there was an under-current of trouble which Harry felt, although little was said about it. It sent a chill to his heart, for he knew instinctively that the pros pects were not so bright for them at home as they wished him to think, and that the difficulties of their position were as much as possible hidden from him, as if in their love they would suffer in silence, rather than weigh down his spirits with the knowledge of their troubles. His eyes were dim with moisture as he marked the little word "we" always appearing, showing how completely the mother...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

EXTRACTS PROM GAME AND FISHERITr Acrrn 54 Vict. No. 1005, clause 5.-ýhitilly o- - etroying, netting, or using 'other ieanms for killing or taking imported ganme at ai.y tie.., Penalty-£2 and value of bird or auiuaf.. (see schiedulo below). C-'Claue a 6.=Lo. do. native ýgame dnri.g; close sehaso~i Peualty-£2 in aldiltion" to s ..{ for each bird or animal. Clss'ne7.;-Buyig, selling, o. knawingIy having in possession, house, or control,' any imported game or native game during closer season. Penalty-lmported game, £5 andi lue of bird or animal; native game Clause 8.-Taking eggs out of or dest-oy ing nest of imported or native game, or hIav-. - ing eggs in possession. Penalty-10s. e acly egg. Clause 11.-Laying poison for or poison Ing game. Penalty-£10 and value of birdl or animal destroyed or injsred. 54 Vict. No. 1093. clause :i3. -Taking, selling, or exposing for sale any fish .luring close season for such fish. 'enalty-No. more than £20, and forfeiture of fish. SCIIEDULE.-VALUIt OFP...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Healesville Harmonic Concert. AN ENJOYABLE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

Healesoville armnic Concert. AN ENJOYABLE SUCCESS. ,Alhouhl it is hiut close on four moniths since-th local Harmonic So ,i?liy cciithdi: u',O:i orgaiisiug itself for th6 purpose of af?ording scope for a channel of,,educntion and im provement to those; who are blessed or fortunate enougl0 po.?sePs the gift of a good voice, itjisibug natural that the first, thought ofthofse composing the society-after lave gone-lhrough a cou i? stematiom cultore by a mast'r .hiindi~ was t.o ry rand win laurelsof public, appreci tion. How ever, while tio, mi hers of the Har monic body consumrn ted~that wish on Tuesday evening las~ they had also a a two-fold desire,,inasmuch as the proceeds were to be-Idev rted to most worthy objects, viz,, the ?Soiety'nd local Cricket Club. It is. of .o tse, well-known that to keep such a society existent entails a heavy expense,,jor the many incidentals nechssary for lihe needful tuition of those artistes xom posing the society, are incredible. It therefore speaks vo'...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Healesville Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

Ieiloavilla Shira =uoil. Cu i The drordinary : ionthly n eetin of the anoine council was held?.one \on day, there Iing` present-Or. YChenrd ler (in rhe chalr);OCrs. Sioss, Maithi ws Jelf-ersor', Keppel Barton, B dit-- aind the secretary, Mr.:Alexander. ?. : The' miinntes of: the last ordiinary -metin, andl a special mectiig calhid to fix rat-?i"d, conditi on s for tl, pro p sed Pouidoi iare read and cotiair d.e OUTWdiT CO3RESPONDhNCE .>. The'~ avcrc-ta ry reported tlhat n:dhe: Howqua Shire had reported .to itl, Minist ri thi it the Wond.spintl ?)tr' was ilocked with smow. He had writt?if a' letter with the eniisent of se eral conncillors. statingt hat l ita i was untrue that ,anr:teh i wais conipelli.d to stay iacc.'?iThle tr:: tc lI as b;een ?. ,pt wvithout i iitipn for the past threei? yyears.--Approved of.., . I\ WARD, CORRI SPONDE\CE: - Sonm Secretary fo?-,Lan dl;,statinl that?he had .recommended":f th5a'a ini'm of £L hbe placed, on the Estimateir for , the Coranderr k4 oad. ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Healesville Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

ww£wwles ci1e t y: ma Tei ni eting of the alove was held iii te.i i% lehaiicd' Istitu.e o. oTihurs day "eveiii.i there liilt pr set?--t . lssrs. Wilson (in the ch:ir) Dr. .Bird, .J.. IT..Cornish, WV. Blankshy,. Ii. Lindupp, junr., - Phillips, the ( secretary (I. R. Thomas) and Ales danies Phillipis iald Liddupp, junr. lORRtttESPONDENCE. From M?rs. Georlge, reigning lier piace on the conlniie.e.-I r. H. lind?trpp. j.Uri.,. liio=ie" _hl?at ,Mrs' Georie's resignaltioinn a a meunlher of tne committee ie accepted:.-Stetndetl by Dr..Baird. Mi'r.J.T. Cornish was nonrinated y Mr. I. Lindupp, junr., as a um i:mler of tihe coinimittean d iid elected. Front the - .,entra.l-.Fruit,,rowers ' Ss i tiOansk tie ass ion nt ton =ýnrhwtli :;cettiital ltb %.;ý-.?-- . I ·IIlupp: i <",eed to joniili .ll? Mr. ýBkankibfy siNd that all horticulturists were inter e.sterl in thile matter, as the association deaklt with all-fruit subjects. He had attended it as d!elegate from \VWandin t on one cceas...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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A Maiden's Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

It cA1 "-'Maidenh'"O: Triubles. Miss Jmi? p ni rry, malde residpeAuiar et. A.fit?y Geelonp, ,?ic.;.= has.hid: trou hl of:.her own. " They are now past,"' soshe told anincjuisitive reporter reccnitly.Soiiii few years t-W .ie1ebi a , arw fered fram gvaerysevereattack ofinflo enza,q I couald never, get.rid .6f its:aftier effects uintil I trieduDr. 1Willianis' Pink Pillsfor Pale People. Allhoiugh geier ally expcriencigy rmo t health previols to this attack, when at last Iiwas anlide !to oleae- mny.,,rooni' I was? aliost:' of g hostly proportions: n--ot aiit aill like I am' now. And I continrue din tliis ,state for sofiie time, Idid :not miniil the -geakness so ;much, - 'feelina sur I. `that would wear off in time with 'onod rnoiriitnent '.Bif i'n' March of Ins:t' year` aonim enced to experience great inconvenience frpm pains inn.my right iide.r I,,consult d a .medical titan, who said that itiwas merely tiie aat'- effects' of tlihe infliicenzi?and I' as not to worry myself. .Brit, as the...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

Drowsiness,, GiCiddiness;. .Cos-? t;veness, theresiult :of;inifluenza Clemens .Tonic effected aper f rt cur., and now he will.. take, no.o tner iremedv s:,sa ? lrf. Wii Taylor, comilei;rcial traller;. Bnng Bong-streei, BoKli!, N.S.W., who wyriteaolr ..uune*3rd, 1896:-S-no tinqie no I was very ill 'uhIli tt :enz:za, hrouht on by ovirwork :iid woiry; in faIt I was nlore derad th ;iii ilifiV ;I do?ld not. eat,. ry sigIht: was, impaiired; arnl I was also affected with drowainess;nid dinirsI aknd costiezieess 'Rti iibiii from bousit:uss one vetiiiing, I clhan;ed; to eeife at friend whno af'ski d mn what?l was the nmatter. ?'Viebi,'thnld 'he ad vised ineto.try Clenments Tonic; so 1. went and bought a lottle, and bt-fore tea I took the first dose, and.anothiei"the next mornifjg before breakfast;- id?i I can as?sure you I felt anI improvent;i therefo'e I gained confidencevaiid con tinued until I had finished thetohntle? when :Lfflt:perfect, and since thl?i I take othting:, else when out of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

The WieU FIUI WMiT\FrUfNUI An Actori.h ng Modern lnvention The Watch for tne Pc.?l. -- a ..;ivul ui hi-poenc Strenrtii, Accurscy. and Eluaucce sccuUea ai the"Timnek.epr nf th- Day ' sr5 - Cnripet tin. The .alin of th- c-h-l r-.tod W.t, '!l:::r Wi..ches in A-i-.tr. la9i: : - ,-.:: o-f -uAih a phlenomenal :*h. ri, . i'.1.; y h1via i.i~, s!ch a p 'i;iU!.. ii an ,: .11 I hL-~wi of Ite coniilnu i..y. . :. i- :h . iit i Cuim p.-:y -. ' , . ...;.- 1 U* **. :*.,! i;.-: : l i to'-a ;::rm bu . J , sh 'it i - l.. .. 'fi h S.-.n iny i,: i-i'.,I-r ir itht; ntlr,-iry \atch. (:; Sinp'7 auderi .iet .-prec5ented - i l I n - ..t ." t . irlr. re nta ? i , SV.aeh ? tli.. iurlir e.,iaod hiy lt fact ! '"1" Iuin aii fy - li, ,icia l t-d?" g I s.. ?r?at t ... si. o, i ,s ... lnd.,: i :t;-. . it t ori it nit thi -i: y ,i t,'i it.-r . Lt. sh lbi not ie ioigotten Li.t . LtI ...lily Wlas -:l i'rts inllexien.iv W.Vatch thlt. i,,ilid be ;a;-H;te9ti to keep G rreect Timtc, u i iL c.s . .' ,; ei lUinriIs-tly r aep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 2 July 1898

S Fruit & Grrain.. SEASON 1897-8. LARGE CROPS and GOOD PRICES. FOR FARMERS and FRUITGROWERS is the wish of BEEHIVE STORES, Main Street, LILYD A.I-, Established 1886. Who in anticipation'of a Good Season have nmade Extensive. Purchases of DRAPERY, BOOTS and SHOES. Latest Novelties in DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS, FANCY GOODS, BOLEROS. SEQUIN COLLARETTES. NEW "STOCK" COLLARS'=& CUFFS. 1VMILLIN ~ E IY. trimmed Millinery a speciality Dressmaking by a FIRST-CLASS IIAND Fit Style and -Workmanmship Guaramteed. ??ancy Prinls, :M uslins, Nainsook" b atistes, Z,-phyrs, Canvas Cloths.. Calicoes, Sheetings Drills, Ilolland,: Striped GalatenS, Fancy Drills. CLOTHING. DEPARTMENI Men's, Ynutl's,. and-. Boy's.Suit.4,:, T.rouser&s &Vests. Tr:ousers. FULL: :ASSORTED STOCK( OF S NEW..C0OODS.: -.Hats, Shirls,-Collars and Ties. Suits to Malesure.. Fitl-Guranteed. r IBOOTBW S argest Stock in the District... 'Best Makers Only ýGROCERY, DEPARTMENT. B.EST GOODS. Lowest Prices AS AG...

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The Red Rose. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 9 July 1898

The Red Rose. Sweet rose that blushes at the kiis?" s;or.ng Who can mark ininature-a sweeter thing, Its iunoc-nt blue is as much to me; As the golden dust to the honeyed bey. Thygrace and meekness. hi;h-colo ed flowrc, Fain would I make each daughter's dower. Eut ere human kind can enjoy such bl . Art must give place to an heavenly kiss. Some months ago the southern colonies, led'by New South Wales, adopted a system of inspecting fruit imported from Queensland. This was done as a means of preven 'rg the spread of the Queensland fruit fly, which deposits its eggs in bananas. The system in force there is that, on the fruit being landed, and bec:e it leaves the wharf, the e<.ice s ,' t'ie Department of Agricul:ure e. .-mine it and detect the pest. As a maiter of fact, not many ins:: .ces of infested fruit have been noticed. Tne Minis.er of Agriculture has been intel viewed on behalf of the ship ownces. and umgid to dispense with the delay for exa mina. lion where the fruit w...

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POETRY. Music. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 9 July 1898

Music. By 'LTHE AVAL- UY." Music is but the poetry oflife : The voice of Nature in melo( ous mool: Whether vast thunder'd in war's bloody "strife, Or crooned to slu mb'ring babe by mother hood. How great and irresistible its charm : Evil gives way before its potent-wave; Grief loses half is strength, anid death's alarm Its grisly tetnors of the opening g ave. Music is heard in heaven, for all about The throne of God the blessed cherubim Sing joyful praise ini loud,'triuinphant sheut, Or chant soft ;prayer in solemn vestal hymn. Each mouths-his song :. the tiller of the earih ; The goou and bid; the subject ad his king ; The jocund bacchanal, with noisy mirth, In maudl;n voice the, vulgar strain do'h The bois; rous school-boy, at the' hour of play. in loud-lipp'd Song do.h shout defiant glee. While e'en the worthy master;doth essay, To secret breathe contagiLus melody. il\,.?;c thL e is where'sr you go : the song Of lorcst b,rcs ; the: whisp'rings of the trees; The murmaring of the l...

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