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Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
flealesville Water Trust... Constituted o10t Jainuary, 1890.' Comr lirising portion of Healesville Shire. For supplying Healesville township and :part of the parish of Gracedale. Population supplied, 700. Commissioners-All the'membersof the Shire Council. E. J. Hall, Chairman. IE. H. Cameron, M.L.A., Government normi nee. Secretary'and crllectorr--Chas. H. Alex ander. Treasurer-Jno. Cornish., The water rate is Is. in the £, based" on the municipal valuation of property rated. If by measure, 9d. per;1000 gals.
Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
Narbethong. A pretty postal hamlet situated atthe foot of the Black Spur, on Fisher's Creek, 53 miles east of Melbourne. " Rail direct to Healesville, thence' by coach 14 miles. It has a good hotel, and is connected with Healesville by telephone. ;Mrs. Williams; postmistress. Population, 20.
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
Courta of Pett Sessions.; IT is hereby notifiedfor public informa tion that Courts of Petty Sessions will be held during the year 1894 at the' under mentioned places, on the dates and at the hours respectively set out below :- ' Name of Court. Hour.1 -April. May. June, July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov De. = ", -. . 2 f -, 3 1 0. .. . Ferritree Gully 10 a.m, 28 26 23 21 182 15 1 10 8 Heidelberg... .10 ~ 2,O:16, 14t 28o 13, 25 9 23 -6, 20 17o , 15o,29 12,26 I 30e : Yarra Glen 9.30 2t . 4 2 '25t 22t 19t 17f 4 145 11t Heaesville ... ... 2.30 p m. 3,31 28 26 23 20 218 15 1 Lilydale ... ...930 .m 6, 3i3, 11 1, 8, 1,6, ,13;,20, 3, 10,17,7,14 ,21,,5,12,190, 21,23,7,14, 20, 27 18,25 22,29o 270 240, 31 28 26 0 28 Queenstown 11 ,, 9 7 1 4 2 IS3 ?1 8 53, 1 I Eltbnm ... 11 .,, 24 29 26 24 28' 25 0 27 318 Anderson's Creek 11 , 23 21 18 16 27 24 22 19 1 9 Licensing and Warden's Courts, t Licensing Courts. The Clerk of Courts will attend-to issue summonses and other processes as under : -Eealesville, on Th...
LECTURE AND COFFEE SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
LECTURE ANID COFFEE . : :. - SOCIAL. h,r" -A- thoroblh' y .. .enjoy.y'e.' ane ? "'ost. sucaessful: lecture and coffee social was held in the local:Presbyterian Chnrch last:night, the object. of hich was the augmentation of the. funds of th'at church. Notishstandinig the very in element state of; the.weather, the church building was ,.filled to. repletion by a most respectable and '..representative audience. .- .Too much praise cannot be given to the ladies in whose hands the, whole management of£the..social was placed.-,,Mrs ;-George as secretary, ably assisted-by Mesdames -Hook and "Hog heni and Miss Hook iare certainly deC serving of the highest compliments and; congratulations for the complete .and careful manjner iný which they perfected: 'all the ý arrangements:,counected Theire= with, and .we are sorry that limnited tinieprecludes us giying the full par;` .ticulars,asuch a slucesful and. p siiant eveningas entertainm nt ::rierint s. -e The church buildinfigiias magnifiently an...
NOTES ON VINE CULTURE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
NOTES ON VINE CULTURE. B. B'MHl . Gu.Ysa .. (Co?ntinued.) The creation of a .vinieyard in'Fra?ice .will cost per 2~ acres r,00 '.frazics, as -follows:- i?earing and levelling, 1,200 fran~i i w m ing-iand ultiition dur .ng-' 41 second and third. year, 800 frans - :fourth year, cultivation, man ,-.rip.g ?id gathering in - the g~apes, *".9 francs, This ~ccount makes no i metion of mulaesploghs, &d.; ior the 'purchase and fencing of the land.'- In the systeni of cultuire of i-hose sand duxisas ie~ariis seie a costly itein, and -for which chemical mnanures': are most S.alldaated, sc1 as - waste matter from "oil-cake manufactories -and :.chemical wor"a 'WaItet~' bstiaiies~:ery suit -able faorthe -vine are procured cheap "fioni xhe sewage matter and refuse .from. hbuses and streets, which when *put through a dessicating. process, are rep. ed "to largely eontaio carbonates, :iosphaites, salphates; potash,. and a ote, ' The ,viticulturist does" not •-?trive to -establish a lirirjiiis...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
I4t e (uarria. . r UlLISHED 'RIDAy MORNINGS. FRIDAY, 4F1I&L o0, 1894. The next ordinary- meeting of the local Shire Council and Water -Trust wili be held 30onnMday, 30th inst. Only two.,contracts are advertised; for the Council meeting, particila:rs- bf which are'given in another coluin A meeting of the Queen's Birthday sports committee was held at the Me chanics' Institute on. Monday. e'vening last, when there were present Mr, Wmn M'Sweeney.(in the chair), Mr: A.,-Hart (secretary), and Messrs. Burt, Allan, W. A. Taylor, G. S:. Matthews, R. Ross, and T. Chandler, .The -principal business done was the arranging of the programme and apportioning the prizes for the various events. Messrs. Hart and M'Sweeney, who had been: ap pointed to canvass for. subscriptions or donations of trophies, reported that they.had met with very fair success so far as they had gone, but that they had not completed the canvass..: .They expected to receive a considerable ad dition to the amount of £15...
Places of Note. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
Places of Note. Fernshaw, Black Spur, Stevenson.Palls, ?athinna Falls, Condon Falls, Malleson's 'bdok-out, Mount .Juliet, Mount Riddell, ? .Mount Monda, Mount St. Lenoard, .Cnran derrk aboriginal station, and Don' River l'oad. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
r i eo,, E..... AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER. [IALESVILLE, First.-Class Stock or . -~ .OhSNS-A RET, Y ALELL Cre*?ery, Grocery, liD STATIONER,:Z . ihe Bet Qaality of Bread in the District? Come and See, and Judge for Yourself.b IEALESVILLE WAREESOQUSE, Nicoltaoe STREET, " EALESVILLE (Next Post Office). . . iatthewo, STATIONER, 3abu E lher and Tobaccoipat, D ESPECTFULLY intinimates that he has .h alwaye OOr stock every requisit neces sary to be found in a well-conducted busi ness of this kind, asy Goods, S Tobsaoo & Cigars, Sega " Porfumory, School Requisites, Statioery, all kds,ths, Fishing Tackle, &c. :English Magazines and Newspapers. ewslpapers. Delivered gp Or Posted to any Address. ..@ JUST RECEIVED LAR- AGE ONSIGNMENT OP S FRT T JAMEDICINERS . PRESERVING TAMS Wide Mouths, Dý. Delivered,gae, dSc, Per I ozeq. AGENT - OR PQULPTQUIl & OWEN'S HQ H(PATIllO MEDICINES, Every Description of PATENT MEDICINES Kept in Stock, Raioue, Land. Estate, Commission and Insurance...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
',THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. Coanties-Anglesey and Evelyn .. Pariehes-Buxton, Glenwatts, Narbethong Stevensons, and part of Gracedale aud Granton. Province-South-Eastern. Members of Council-Hone. Jns. Balfour, Jas.: Buchanan, and F. S.Dobson, LL.D. :Electoral District--Evelyn. : :Division Healesville. Member of Assembly--E. H. .Cameron. SElectoral Distriet-Anglesey. Divisioa S Maryuville. Member of Assembly--M. _..K. M Kenzie.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
Shire of eoaeasvilleo. STEND.ERS. JENDERS are invited. "uitil 12 .Q'clock noon, on MONDAY, the.30th.day of APRIL, inst., for ;the undermentioned works:-= .Contract, No. (34 -Erection of f 'Cnlverti on the Don road,'south from they Badger.Creek, .oppiosite Mr.Sloss's. Contract, No. 335--Metalling: 4 chains 'on the .Wood's :Point road, near the - Bellel Creek. A Deposit of" 5 per cent. most accom pany each.tender.'. -.. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted... Plans and Specifications to, be seen at the Shire Engineer's Office, and for 335 at the Post-office, Marysville. CHAS. H. ALEXANDER,. Shire Secretary.? 3 Shire'Office, S::Heae!esville, 17thi April, 1894.. A.::: p ioations' TctnNVITED by thl, undersigned for per I mission to remove dead' timber from frontages of blocks .7 and 8, on; plan of subdivision of Crown portion 5, of 'A,' Healesville.- Tejms :--Timber to be had for'the-removing, but all trees taken to be. 'grubbed, and any damage done to'fendiing, &c.,...
WITH THE QUARRYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
WITH THE QUARRYMEN Louis Hiau was the name by which lie was entered on the list 'of those em ployed in the slafe quarry at Rochehaut; but among-us. quarrymen.. he was generally spoken of as Le Francais, be cause he was the only, one of: us who canme fromover the frb'otier. He was a chap ready enough with his tongue, whether for'a joke or a squabble, or a Sbit of.gossip; but' for, all'that" he was I not what you may call communicative, and we knew little of him except his nationality. He made his first appear i ance on our works one August morning ] just as I, Gilbert Masson, had come 1 out of the qurray to ask a question of Pierre Pascal,.the foreman, We saw hiinioining along the road which'runs. ttween -the river balk and'the steep wooded hill, and as the road ends at our quarry, we knew he-was coming to ( ue. IHe,, was a square-set,' strong-look ing chap, about middle height, and, as .nearas I could guess, about 30 years of I aige;? His hair was-black; and under i his stubbly, mdo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
The Stmp Duties Act. As the following scale of duties re quired: to be paid 'in` the shape of stamps, whic h'have'to lbe attached to various dooumenit and cancelled in ac cuidanoe with the Stanmp Duties Act, may. prove of use for. reference to our readers,, we publish them in full, The table sets out *the several documents which.comne under the operation of the Act, and also the value of the stamps required to be attached to each : BILL OF EXCHANGE., Bill ot Exchange and Promissory Note- Where the amount or value of the money for which a bill or note is drawn exceeds £10,000, then for every £50 of the amount or value, and also'for any fractional 'part of $50 of equoh amount or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of exchange payable on demand charge-; able with same duty as a promissory note for same amount. (Embossed stamps mutt be used,which may be obtained at all Post Offloes.) EXE3nTIONs .. .,,.Draft or order drawn by any banker ir. Victoria upon any other banker in Victoria not payable to beare...
LOCAL LAND BOARD. THE CORANDERRK RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
?::;LOCAL ' LAND OARD. TU1 CORANDERRK "RESERVE. A i Land Board,' consisting of Mr. cle J, 0. Meakin (Land Officer) and Mr, the Thomas (Secretary for the Village an Settlements Branch), sat at the Heales- bo ville Courthouse on Wednesday last to ab deal with the applications received for he the allotments on the revoked portion to of the Coranderrk Aboriginal Reserve. ca Certain portions of the Reserve were D set apart as village settlements, while ki other portions were thrown open under ei the 42nd section (or residence clause) of and 49th seotion (non-residence clause) tl of the Land Act, .1890, respectively. it For some of the blocks under the uon- u residence clause there were large aum- p bers of applicants, many of whom came I from all parta of the colony. The ap.. u plications for the village settlements b will be dealt with at the Lands Office, C Melbourne' on 'Monday, . 30th inst. o The `following are the. recomm edA- 1 I tioIsof the Board -: d S Resideince' Clise. . Allotm...
CRICKET. HEALESVILLE V. UPPER YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 20 April 1894
CRICKET. HEALEBVILLE V. UPPER YARRA. This match w'lrbe played on the Recreation Gounl on Saturday. The Healesville team ivill be selected from the following ?layers :-Allan, Dr. Baird, Balzary, Christie, Cullen, George, Holland,. Harvi;, Hart, M'Sweeney,. A: Taylor, and J. Fitzpatrick.' The Upper Ydra cricketers also-play Coradderrk, at (6randerrk, to-day. Mr. Matthews announces elsewhere that he hasi money to lend in all sumis on freehold farms or good security. i It is probable that the Sunday trains to Healesvilleglnd Fern Tree Gully 'vill be discontinued at the end.of the pre sent month. The insolvency of Sir Matthew &nbsp; Davies is announced. The liabilities are set down at £281,089. 2s. and the assets at £32,709. 13s 7d, leaving a deficiency of £248,376. 8s. 5d. &nbsp; &nbsp; " The death of Madame Carandinie one'of the ,best known ,and moit popuh lar singers-.we. have hadn" Australia, -is aiinounced. THE TWO . " GENUINE ARTICLES:: `CLEMENTS TONIO, ;' ....
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 April 1894
. ". FOOTBALL. The 'Healesville dclub will be repre.. senftd by a team from-the following too play at Narllethong on Saturday next. All those going are requested to meet not later than half-past ten in the morning:-Smith, Crowley, Christie, Jas. Chandler, Cullen, Southern, Rob son (2), Hart, Shells, F. Furmston, T. Phillips, White (2), Harvie, Tarsona (2), Ross, C. Mitchell, Fletcher, A. Taylor, Burnside, Wilson (2), Becker, Rowan, Wandin, junr., D. Barry, Fitzpatrick, Strickland, Farrell, Davie, Newman, and Brown. Umpire-J. Lindupp.
RESTORING HIM TO LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 April 1894
RESTORING HIM TO IFE. This is not a pill advt. but a genuine, good, story from " Flaneur," who iever grows.antiquated, and promises to "go good" to the last :" A story, which I fear is rather 'too good to be true, ia told to the effeet that a certain man rushed.into a newspaper of?be in a wild state. of excitement,, and, facing the, long-suffering paoprietor, said, LWhat in thunder do you mean by publishing the obituary notice of me l Do you see anything dead ahout ine? Do I look like a man who has been in soak for nine days at thei. bottom 'of our lovely harbor l. What. do you see about my general appearanice That 'would Lead you tosupposel died 'respected by all who kuew.me,"!and 'death cast a gloom over all the district!" 'Well,' replied 'the poor printer, calfrml?,,fthere certainly isn't much to justify such statements, but, you isee,"I sent you about fifty letters askiing you to call round when coneanienft and pay as even a ~fle of the five years' subscription you owe for my pa...
THE HEALESVILLE FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 April 1894
THE HEALESVILLE FOOTBALL CLUB. A meeting of the committee of the above club ,was held,in the Meohanies' "Institute. on Friday evening. 'last. There. were preben't-;Mr. W' M'Sweeney (President, in the chair), Harvie (hon. sec.), ::Captain Christie and Messrs. Clements, Cullen, Matthewsi Wilson, -and Southern. SAfter-reading and adopti'ng the. correspondence, it was resolved on the motion of Mr. Christie, seconded by .MT. Oullen, that this olub play a match against' Narbethong at that place on Saturday, 28th inst. :A letter was read from the Chelten ham club offering to play..a match against Healesville on the 23rd or 30th of Jiine.. aMr. Wilson moved that the challenge be accepted for the 23rd, the m'atch ,toj..be played: at -?ealesville. Seconded by Mr. Clements, and carried. ' bOn :thie" rotioni' of 'Mr. Clements,. seccndedb.y lir.;Uhristie, the secretaryr, was! instruited '.to communicate;: with the Lilydale and Yarra Glen clubs to asertain if they would join in getting 25 "footba...
SPORTING SQUIBS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 27 April 1894
SPORTING SQUIBS. [BY ;LARRY DooLAN.] Who is the local pedestrian who pasked' peimissian to use the racecourse to '"train on ? Why, nrot " Stiffy," surely. Through whose instrumentality was the cricket match made a draw of on Saturday I Was it the hon. sec. Does Jack Smith use his Water bury stop watch on the peds. who are training in Allan's paddock ? Is it true that Fitzy takes practices with his boots and socks off in order. to harden his feet by the 24th of May ? I wonder if the lady nominator of the winner in the Ladies' Bracelet will " wear the breeches ?" Is " Splinter" going for the Old Buf fer's lace ..? He is cultivating a moustache at any. rate.