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QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPOTlS. . The following are the handicaps for the ::Sheffeld,~ Handicap and Eiurdle ?'Racey, as arranged .by Messrs. W, H; Evans, R. "Allan, and T.: G. Chandler. 'Aceptances close, on •·36nday, :2st jnet;.at S p.m.: SHEPIELD HANDiICAP yards. SR.:Johnston ;.. 2 Ri.Wandin.,.. .. , 5 H. Supple ,. ..Mitchell . .. . 8 . Southern ,..-:.. 10 R.:Broadbent , . 12 J. B. Chandler .. ,, ,,, 16 Jl:c ... HuRDLa RACE, - . . - ... . ..in I2.. . ... 2 S C. Mitchell... ... .. . ..
Sunday Excursion Trains. DOWN: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
Sunday Excirsion Trains. Dow : Prince's Bridge, dep ... ... 11.0 am Healesville, arr ... 1.0 pm UP: Healesville, dep ... 6.30 pm Prince's Bridge, arr .. ... 9.10 pm Fares :-First class return. 3s : second class return, 2s. Children under 4 years, free; over 4 and under 12, half fare. These tickets will be available for re turn by 6.30 train only.
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
IHealesville Post and Telegraph Office. Post office open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telegraph office 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 Meclbourne 6.45 am. and. 10.15 anm daily. Intermediate 7.15 pinm Marvsville and ":. ... 9.30 am daily Narbethong .J:. Arrive frorit- Melbourne, &c... 9.40 am 2.40 pm 7.30 pm 'daily. Marysville and 7pmdaily Narbetheng ..: ily MISS FYFE, S I Postmiistress.
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
Marysville. A picturesque postal township on the Stevenson River, 62 miles east of Mel bourne. Rail direct to Healesville, thence daily roach, 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. t. i ?gn~d 18telr .-.RtaSºýt,:? station, and two stbres. The-districtW is purely grazing. It is connected with ar bethong and Healesville by telephone. M. Keppel, postmaster. Population, 80.
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
Buxton. A postal township on the Acheron River, 6 miles eastof Melbourne. It has a large hotel,,store, and state school. The' district "is pastoral and agricultural, with several 7 good farms, A cross-country postal s'er S ice is maintained with Marysville and. Alexandra by way of Buxton tri-weekly., wVjv Shde'will' postmaster.; 3P6p tidation,50.
SPORTING SQUIBS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
S SPORTING SQUIBS. S [By LARRY DooT4AN. , : Is it true that the proprietor of the Healesville managerie would not assiat by giving small donation towards the sports. . . ' I.hear that one -of the 'Healeaoilli peds, "Larboard Watch,' has hiroAl doan. I believe that .Marrow ..nea has taken up the ruining. i. 'f~f~~f~l-9.. r-.
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
Healesville. Water Trust. " Constitute!d:10th January,.1890. ., Com prising portion of Healesville Shire. For supplying Healeaeville township ind pirt of the parish of Graced-ile. :.,Population supplied, 700. * Commissioners-All the members of the Shire Council. E.'J. Hal, Chaiirman. E. H;: Cameron, .L:L.A., Gov0ernment nomi nee. Secretary and collector.--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.
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
LAWN TENNIS, ..The trophy cormpetition in connec, hion with the local club has been" c 1.i pleted 'during the last week by I ist Rodgers (scr.) .winning .from Mira 4: ...etton, (owes.. half 30)-6--4; 6 4, ad Miss Haines,.6-4, 6-4' ,wiile .Dr. Baird won from ? 1Pirer - 6, `6--2, and as each has 'psied? through the tournament un" ;beaten;l:.thdy -become. the respective ,?ri?. w, neTrs?u??.4 grAat iorqerst, has been evinced in the contest, and much ii:prov ement i play' was shown, The prizws-twilbe presented"shortly.
Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
Narbethong. A pretty postal hamlet situated at the 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 cnnnected with Healesville by telephone. Mrs. Williams, postmistress. Population, 20.
WANTED TO KNOW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
WANTED TO IýNOW. [BY RAsuus.] . Wheni will.the. Counil see that the stray cattle are kept off tie etreetanci stop a great nuisance? •- When will Councillors,learn to stand up-right when speaking at the, ConciI table ? Would it not be well if some of thie wise. nmeu attended. the Healeaville Literary. and Debating Club to. learn, how to speak. Should .not friendship and personal interest be put on one .side in publio mtatters. What was done with the letter ap. piPg for the brass instruwents t Shame! Who is the man- who complained to. the police about his neighbor, working in his, garden on a' Sunday, while. be, 1iloself, carries wood home o~ the, Sabbath day " S"Who is the careless m an that 'et a bottle with some spirits of salts withiU it, n the cemetery, which an .ne.erly causing the death of a child the other day g Extreme careblssness... • .Should,not those larrikins. that play footbill'aad cricket on :he: Recreation Reserve on SUindays be stopped? Are thleir parents aware of it...
FOOTBALL. TROPHY COMPETITION. HEALESVILLE v. LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
- FOOTBALL.. S TR1Pfl0 Y COMPETITION. tl HEALESVILLE : -LILYDALE. is The Iealesville 'oys journeyed 'to I Lilydale on Saturday, and"played their first Cup -match this Season. The locals started away with every hopes of securing a win, but as the result shows they.were doomed to disappoint ment. The game was a pretty close one, however, from a spectator's point of view, the Healesville lads having all the"' bad "' luck in kicking for' the much coveted goal, as the ball hit the goal-post on one occasion, and was within a couple of feet of the sticks on several. J. Rodgers -captained 'the .Lilydale men, and H. Christie, the Healesville team.. F. -Lu~as was ap pointed central', umpire, and started the game, at 3 o'clock. After some to and fro play. about the centre, in which' Chandler, 1Hook and' Christie were. most icrnspicuousi,the :Lilydale ruck-- rus?ed; 'the'' ball: :down" :tfo the Hrealesville end, where ",Bob Logan f obtained a i'narlr from J. Morton, and r kicked the first goal ...
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 an non-de-plume is affixed. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
CORRE?ONDONGOE. Correspondence on sulijects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the name and address of the writer (isot'ircessarily for publication), will befreelyjinserted'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-de Splumee is affixed.. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) . Sin,-~Will you permit me to brrin~ under niotice some of the eccentricities of thl Victorian inagistrates. One ineiance nd currd.~iriny recently in our icourt, when citizen Burns had a rough time of it, and tmost of those preserit declared liu? had been subject to very great disrespect. I -had it case myself, at the court some time ago, and while pleading'for myself the magis trate ordered me to sit down, while he per mnitted'a lawyer for the defendant to state the whole case, and gave a Verdict on the lawyer's unchallenged statements. On a...
NOTES ON VINE CULTURE. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
NOTES ON VINE CULTURE. BY MR. A. GILYAID. 1 (Continueid.), Mr. Castella states that ithe wrk , men in the vineyards in his couiitty drink two or three bottles of wine ..,e 'day" (the allowaice fromi.' their' 'm-i ployers) wh,'ile the wo'imen'or girls con sume' about a quartanddthat drunken ness is almost uriknoiwn. ,I e goes oni to .. show that .i£ ine were: consuimed here.in the same piropIortion what. in-" d:ustries'it would develop:. "After iha ,ing inmad'; trip to' iFraie; .he pal? .a visit to' the red lands. i?ear Lilydale, . and found, that niany of his former .workmen and their. sons had becoirhe selectors ad were devo ineg thleir'at :tentioii to the "growthi of raspberries and to the developinent.aof7 teetotahisin. Mr. Castella asks .how is- a nation t be. built up on those two factori. Rias p? berries,are jnob sditable as faproduct I for export ,and' would ? never' cogpare witli theiewine'iridustry; and.-teetotalism in a clitiiate like this is ndt wortih m;ich: consideratio...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
Local&'.General News. ev ___--_______ __o :_ Ith -In response to the kind invitation of. ss Messr~s. Bair? and -Coles, the genial la landlords lof 'the -(ranid Hotel a num se ber of .getlemin issemibled in the o1 large:: dining room of that splendid, s hostelry on Friday evening: last; Our- p worthy and' enterprising hosts, who are of but comparative newcomers to Heales- e vile, having ascertained i that . there -w .was considerable musical talent, and tl being passionately fond of musicthem a selves-Mr. Burt being also a profi- h ficient pianist-they 'suggested the idea- some little time: ago of holding regular stpoke-nights," which was warmly taken up by a number of niusi cal de;votees. - On Friday night 'the inaug.ural '!'smike-night"" was held, I and without a doubt was a most plea- t sant. andenjoyable evening's amuse meat, ;passed .;-.in- right 'heart::y and friendly!manner by some twenty guests, each adding their' qiuoita in song, recita-. tion or ilpeech, as their se...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
EJ 2 uarbiatn. PUBLISI?ED FIDa Y MORNINGS. ----- cc----- - ---------- - FRIDAg;A MA1Y 1, ;s189 . AMONGST zhe :measures wlhich have beeni foreshadowed as likely to be su~bmitted to Parlia ment are two which. call for special notice. ..These are a Bill to provide for a State Bank of Issue, and: a Bill to provide for loaning cheap money.to far mers on the Credit Foncier system, which owes. i: birth-: .place ..to,.France... :Withbi re spect !to :the; first;' we re :of opinion :that the term ".State Bahlro.fzissuie's a .isnoiie r, likely to mislead the public "nd' therefore should' be, avoided. 'SO.-far"-a we"ri.tderstiand the question; all that the Govern 'ment'proposes to' .do is:totake into its own' hands the issue of currency paper.. The privilege of issuing notes is to be with drawn from the Banks, and in lieu thereof he Governmenti will substitute an issue' of its own. The' advantages of the -hange will be as follows :-A Government. note -will .in 'aill' probability :be -as-' readi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 11 May 1894
HEALSKVILLE QUEEN;S BIRTHDAY : ;:ATHJLET. -IC 1 .894.. i To be held in the RacadTIoN xAOanD. PROGRAM11E : First Event to Start at 11.30 a.m. MAID.N" PLATE, 100 yards. First prize, "£1; second, 5s. Nomnination is, Post entry." Same urnditions as Bracelet, SU'RDLE.RAGE (handicap), 150 yards, over 8 hurdles. First prize, £1 10s.; s?ecorud, 10s. Nonination, 2s. TiAL-ESVILUE SHBEFFIJ LD hIANDI CAP, 130 yards. To be run in heats. First prize,£3 ; second, £1 10s. thild, 1ds. Pair running shoes (the gift of Mr. J. Cornish), an addition to first prize, Nounination, 4s. 6id. ; accept ance, is. TUGiOF-WAR, Tifteen a-side. : Heales ville v, All-comers.. A sweepstake of Is, each, w;iil' £ 10s. added. r OU 'TACLE] RACE (handicap), 200yards.. ---J'; F t c, - ; second-lOs-- Poust' entry, Is. _ 14-41 BRACELET, 130 yards. First . prize, suit bf clothes value £3 ?s. (the gift of Mr. W. Montgomery) ; second, bridle, value £1 5s. (the gift of Mr. ' :;. Fuormiton)); third, ham, value ':15s. (the gift-of ...