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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 May 1899
Pianos, Organs, and Free Tuition. r What we've all been wailing for. Terms to "suit everybody under the Star rt Iiowkett Systelm. t The Ste Bow1ctt 'Piino and . OrC'an aom~ny eg ist'&. HIeal Otfices : No.1, 1st floor, Temiperance lthillingt,, Swanston street, next to ti Town Hall entrance, Little Collins-st. 0 PIANOS, ORGANS, and BICYCLES, i On payment of Is. per week For full particntlrs send to above alddress (with stamp enclosed for reply.) VITADATIO, The Great Tasmanian Herbal Remedy - For ALL DISEASES of the BLOOD. It wi cure you (without op2ration even when the eminent doctors of hondon and 3ielbourne-or any other cart of the world-have failed, be it Bright's Disease, Cancer. Hydatids, Piles, Consumption, Gall Stones, Gravel, Liver or Kidney Complaint, Rheumatism, Stricture, Eczema, Indigestion, etc. The followin , are the names of a few of the leading persons who have br-en CURED BY the use of VITIA'ATIO sine its introduction in:o Victoria in Ma: ch, 1897:: W. H. Bath...
LILYDALE HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 May 1899
-LILYIDALE HORTICITLTIURAL SIIOW. The above show was held on Wed 'kesday evening, and was most success :ful. A number of local residents 'exhibited in various classes, and re •ceived several awards. The Heales ville .prize-winners were as follows: PRUIT. Best half-bushel case Dessert Apples -H. Lindupp, 2nd (Yates sample.) CHRYSANTHEMUMS. Amateur class-Best- chrysanthe mum, Mrs. George, 2nd. 12 varieties chrysanthemums-Mrs. 'George, 1st; Mrs. Phillips, 2nd. Six varieties chrysanthemums-Mrs. 'Mrs. George, 1st; Mrs. Phillips, 3rd. Nine varieties chrysanthemums Mrs. Phillips, 1st; Mrs. George, 2nd. 'Three varieties chrysanthemums MIrs. Phillips, 2nd. Six varieties (open only to 'amateurs who have never wvon .a chrysanthe "mum prize in the Wandin district.) MIrs. Phillips, 1st. -Professional .class--- 12 varieties, Mrs. George, 3rd. 'Six Chinese varieties-M-rs. Phillips, 1lst; Mrs. George, 3rd. Six varieties--Mrs. George, 2nd. MIISCELLANEOUS. 'loral design-Mrs. George, 1st. Gents' Butto...
HEALESVILLE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 May 1899
IIEALESVILLE STOCK REPORT ---b-- nMessrs. Munday and Matthews report -We held our usual monthly stock sale on Wednesday last, and it was very successful. There were good buyers present, and almost every line offered was disposed of. Cattle-75 head yardled-We quote: Springers (cows) from £3 to £7 ; do. (heifers) 50s. to £6; steers, 27s., 50s. ; 3 years old, £3 to £4 ; from 18 months to 2 years, 32s. 6d.; calves, 12s. to 20s. Poultry-35 pairs fowls sold from 2s. 9d. to 3s. 3d. per pair. Ducks, 4s. pair. Everybody goes to Harley's for Boots and Shoes. As Mrs. So-and-So says, " He sells them so cheap." Harley is Govern ment contractor for Coranderrk.
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. SECRETARY'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 May 1899
HEAWLESV[LLE SRI?IIE COUNCIL. SECRETARY S REPORT. The above report, which ,vas crowded 'out of t:hl proceedings of the council 'meeting last issue, was read as under: "I haire the honor to report that since :your last meeting, day labor has been em ployed in blinding the newly-metalled 'roadway on the Lilydale and Dairy roads, the broken bricks in High-street, and the metal at the Piccaninny on the Don Road, in cleaning out water-tables and general ephairs Fernshaw road, in filling holes and ruts on the Don and St. Leonard's Road, spreading some of the spoil from the -Fernshaw road in the recreation reserve, in 'eitending the culvert near the Terminus Botel to the concrete channel, repairs in Hiarker-street, general repairs and drain "cleaning on the Marysville road and clear "ing the cross road at Granton of fallen :timber. Of the contracts -under way, the engineer was not able to visit the Woods Pdinitroad before this meeting, but pro .poses doing so on Friday next. As the Scontma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 May 1899
i,, ...; I ,,, . ýiS1` y , is . I "ilealesville : Guardian" - SNE RA L PRINTING WOrKs, CASTELLA STREEVI, HEALESVILLE. _ o. JOB PRINTING (OF EVERY J EsCRIPCION DONE ON TEE PREMISES W?ith Neatness and .Despatch; The ' Gcuardian" is published every FRIDAY Miorning, in tiMe to -atch Pirst/ Mail. '- - .. . : , .. , . , , this Journaai .ad-ocates iocal interests, andl. . the fostei-ingof, S. - localindii . t . t rondemnrs the practice ofisupporting foreign labior ; S .. , SALE. SALE. SALE. ALL PREVIOUS SALE .ECLIPSED. OUR TWELFTH ANNUA Stocktaking 'Sale. B. MOREY & CO BEEHIVE STORES, _ILYTDA.ILE. A SERIES OF GREAT BAR GAINS COMMENCING FB'IDYT, JULY 8th, 1898, For One Month. Orders by Post will receive our Special Care. Millinery I Millioery ! BARGAINS UNI RIVALLED. J ACKETS, CAPES, ULSTERS" REMNANtS. . -.IfEiMNANTS. RDRESSMAKING AT SALE PRICES. ISPECIAL VALUE IN Men's Boys' and Youths' Clothing. MPRICES UNPARALLELED. Dress Goons Velveteens, ~Flannelettes- Planneils Calicoes, Shirt...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 5 May 1899
Clo So eason for Game, &c. THE WuOLE YEAR: ALL birds, except sparrows and minas, not indigenous to Australia, and their produce 'including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. tard or wild turkey, Californian quail, deer. epithianuras, fan-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyrc-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants, -' -As, podargus 'or mopokes, . .'ý. -.zi, southefn stone plover or curlew, .wallows, warblers, white swans, wrens. 'JUNE 14 To DECEMrBER 20 : Black swan, emu, wild geese of all kinds. AUGUST 1 TO L EBRUARY 28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons quail. AUGUST 1 to DECEMBER 20. All birds known as cranes, such as herons, 'egrets, &c. ; all honey-eaters except wattle birds and leather-heads ; all kingfishers other than the laIghing jackass; all men'i i?ers of the grauculus family; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-bird, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all ether members of the rail f...
B[?] OF EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
U(,,L OF EXCIHANGIE. Bib. of Exc;dtauge and Prumissory Note., £ s. & Where the amount or value of the money for which a bill or not. is drawn exceeds £10.000, then for every £50 of thie amiuoulnt or value, and also for any fractional part of £50 of such amnount or value .. 0 1 0 Bill of exchange payable on demand charge= able with saIme duty as a promissory note for Salue aluount. (Emabossed stamps mrst be used,which may be obtained at all Post Offices.) Ekauriaocs. 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker ir Victoria upon any other banket in Victoria lot payable to bearer or to order and used solely for the purpose of settling Jr elearint, any account between such bankers. 2. Letter written by a banker in Victoria to any other banker in Victoria directingths payment of any sumns of money, the same not being payable to bearer or to order, and such letter not being sent or delivered to the person to whomu paycment is to be made or t6 any person oil his behalf. 3. Letter of credi...
SIGHT RESTORED. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
SIGHT RESTORED. " There were only three of us left in the waiting-room of the great oculist," relates a writer in the "Academy ;" ' and my companions, two elderly people, evidently husband and wife, were nervous to a degree that argued almost unbearable suspense. The pre sence of a stranger, which in ordinary circumstances would have proved an insurmountable restraint, became as nought. He held her hand in one of his, from time to time placing his other upon it with a caressing touch. The lady, pale and anxious-,.yed, had thrown back her veil and untied her bonnet-strings, as though the atmo sphere in that grave comfortable room stifled. At every sound she started S and looked towards the door. 'I e almost wish I had gone' in with her,' e she murmured; 'but I couldn't bear r it !'. The man made no answer, but s continued to stroke her hand.- Sud a denly I found that I too, was straining t every nerve. Then I heard the shut t ting of a distant door, and the sound I of footsteps comin...
WHAT IS LUCK ? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
WIAT IS LJCK? ? A Kalgoorlie correspondent to an Adelaide paper writes :-" Do you be lieve in luck ? There are many people in this country who do net. Yet, 122 applications were made for 12 timber .lots thrown: open for selection in the Bridgetown' district. Each of these lots contains seven` square miles of timber, which is rented at £20 per square mile per year, and the erection of o saw-mill ensures the renewrl of the lease till the forest is as bare as a bald man's head.. You will note there were 12 lots, and 122 applications. A ballot, was taken, and Mr. Doherty, M.P., of Connor and Doherty, who applied for 9 lots, drew nine winning numbers, which secured for him 40,320 acres, and with concessions granted him later, now occupies the position of leaseholder of one of the largest and most valuable timber timber areas in Australia. The odds were 10 to one against his getting one lot, and any- price to a passion fruit seed against his getting a treble. But he draws the lot, the who...
WHEN OTHER LIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
WHEN OTHER LIPS. When other lips begin to talk and tell what Bile Beans do in their cases of headache, biliousness, and a number of other ailments-well, you can -con clude that there must be some merit in them. Read this case-it comes from Newcastle :-Mrs. 3Jane Colman, of Beauford-street, Hamilton, Newcastle, said to *a reporter: " For 13 years I was in a delicate state of health, my earliest symptoms being violent retch ing and pains in the head. These were shortly followed by a complete loss of appetite and restless nights. I had several of the best doctors in New castle in attendance on me, and tried all. kinds of patent medicines, but. I could get. no real relief. It seemed, too, that wlhat little I could eat I could not digest. Dreadful pains would now and again come in my back and kid neys, and especially under the shoulder blade. The pain in the shoulder seemed to stab me like a knife. To walk merely about the house was hard work for me, and I nearly always felt sick. My sig...
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
QUEEN'S BIRTiHDAY SPORTS . meeting of the Queen's Birthday Sports committee was held in the Shire Hall on Friday evening last. Ther e was a good attendance present, and. 'great interest was taken in the pro ceedings by those present. The sum of £6 19s. was handed in by the col lectors, making the amount in hand at present £11 13s. There is yet, how ever, a great deal to come in, and the *committee will feel indebted for, the additional support of any residents who have not yet been approached.by any member of the .canvassing:com The election of oflfice-bearers wass proceeded with:and resulted as follows : FOOT-RUNNING. Judge-Mr.' Jas. Rodgers. Handicappers- -Messrs. C. Ii. Alexk ander, W. Saunders,'M. Hanley, J. G. Christie, and W. J. Harley. Timekeeper--Mr. H. R. Thomas.' WOODCHoPPING. Handicappers-DNlessrs. Thos. Saun ders, Geo. Taylor, junr., M. Hanley, .: G. Christie, and W. J. Harley. It was decided to hold a ticket ' guessing competition in connection with:the sports, and tick...
HE RETIRED EARLY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
IHE RETIRED EARLY. An old clergyman who had held a Lure in a remote country district for the greater part of his life, had occasion, relates a conte:mporary, to consult his bishop on a certain matter, anid in answer to his letter, received an invi tation to the palace, where he would have to stay all night. For forty or fifty years he had practically led the life of a recluse, and it was after much cogitation that he decided to take the journey to the far end of the diocese, where the bishop lived. He arrived just in time for. five o'clock tea, a meal to which he was a complete stranger. After tea the bishop asked him to ac company him to the evensong. When they returned to the house the bishop, remarking that it was time they -went upstairs, lighted a candle, and showed his guest to his room. It was then just seven o'clock; the old clergyman thought it was rather early to retire, but, admiring the bishop for such simple habits, he prepared for bed. He had just put out the light and...
BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. On Monday last the election of four candidates for seats on the School Boai- was held, hut the proceedings were very tame. The interest in the election was centered only amongst the individual friends of the contestants, as there were only 87 ratepayers who recorded their vote. The smallness of the polls and the want of public in terest in the election,; was mainly ac countable to the utter disregard which the candidates themselves evinced in the result, for at no time between nomination and election day did one of them show a desire to covet the position. It is not very encouraging to some of the candidates to see that their desire to fill a public position meets with such little approval, but the onus rests with themselves. A seat on a School Board is one not to be envied, but the existence of such a Board is most desirable: Therefore, it can be expected that the four gentle men elected ont Monday last will fulfil their trust in a conscientious manner, an...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
Courts of Petty Sessions. Courts will be held during the year 1899 at the undermentioned places, at the hours, tand on the dates hereinafter respectively set out- vizt - Name of Court. our. Jan. Feb. March. Apil May. June. July. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. ;ec. Heidelberg ... 10 16,f 30 13,Ot 27 13,0 27 10,t 24 16,o 29 12,0t: 2 10,t 24 7,o? 21 4t, 18 2,ot 16, 13, 270 11 800 Yarra Glen : _ ... 930 18 15 15 12 10, 7 5' 2, 80 ,- 27 25 22 1 Healeaville .2.30 190 160 160 130 110 8 G 3,° 0 o 280 2Go 230 1 Lilydale ... .. 9.30 6,of 13, 3,f 10, 3," r1O, 7,ft' 14, 5, 12, 2, 9, 16, 7,14, 4,11, 1,8,1i5t 6, 13,Ot 3, 10,t it,815, 20, 27 17, 24 17, 24 21, 28tf 19, 126tt 23,° 3021,,t28: 8,o?8tf 25 22, 29 20, :27 17, 24 22J Anderson's Creek .11 90 60 6o 1240 80o 50 3,° 31° 280 25° 2,73 20 -180 Elthatnm ... 11 100 7 7 11 ,90 G0 40 1,° 29° 260 24O 21° 13* Queenstown .. 1 23 720 20 17. 02 19 17 140 11 0 6 Ferntree Gully ... 9 240 21o 210 180 23° 20° 18° 115° 1 10° 28° * Police Magistrate's Visits. t Licensing...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
EXTRAcTS FROM GAME A2ND FISHERtEs Ao9. ? ViLit. No. 1095, clause 5.-Wilfully de stroying, netting, or using other means for killing or taking imported game at any time. Peiialty-£2 and value of bird or animal (see schedule below). Clau?e G.-Do. do. native game during close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to bs for eacb bird or animal. Clause 7.-Buying, selling, or knowingly having in possession, house, or control, any imported game or native game during close season. Penalty-Imported game, £5 and lue of bird or animal; native game Clause 8.--Taking eggs out of or destroy= ing nest of imported or native game, or hav ing eggs in possession. Penalty--lOs. each egg. Clause 11.-Laying poison for or poison lug game. Penalty-£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 54 Vict. No. 1093. clause 35.-Taking, selling, or exposing for sale any fish during close season for such fish. I'enaity-Not ----k than £20. and forfeiture of fish.
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
MR..YSVILL FIttlM oUn CORRESPONDENT. A very enjnyable and suc'6baful tea. meetihn and concert, which also pio miises to b as equally successful tinan cially speaking; was held in the Mte chanics' Institute, Buxton, on May 1 3rdi The proceeds are to be..used to F redovate St. Thomas' Church of Eng t land at that place. The tranquility of a Buxton was atwakened by sweet s streams of musid reidered by Mr. J. S. Hoskins', junior, band from Alex: o andra, who kindly consented to come 1 out and assist in bringing the t~ea meeting and concert to a successfu t issue. The hall and tables, wibith were ' exquisitely decorated, reflects credit on a the ladies and gentlemen engaged. a Tea was ort the tables at 5.30 p.m;i and t all present seemed to thoroughly enjoy. o themselves, being well cared for by the t ladies, who attended to the watiit of a one and all. The eatables were catered a for by Mr. J. Roy, .of Healesville, in c that gentleman's well-known style. a Tea being over, the hall was d...
YARRA GLEN TO TOOLANGI RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
YARJRA GLEN TO TOOLANG RAILWAY. So sanguine are the residents of the 1 Toolangi district as to the capabilities of the soil and the forests of timber in the vicinity of Mount St. Leonard to support a paying railway, that a second deputation to the Minister of Railways was deemed necessary, in order if I possible, to pave the way for its speedy construction. The deputation, which was a large one, was led into Mr. William's office on Wednesday morning by Mr. Knox, M.L.U., and Messrs. M'Kenzie and Caneron, M's.L.A. Each of these gentlemen dilated at som ' lehgh i pon the unlimited quantities o?timberi suitable for build i'i, railwvay sleepers, and mining pur poses, which the proposed line would make available; ind also speculated as td the large and thriving population that the fertile lands between Yarra Glen and 'oolani ibaulid support when the forests had lbeie cleared. Mr.: M''Ken.ide 'xplaindd that the second deputation vws dedin'd neces sary'in order that the Minlster .night no...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
[Our correspondent, eidelitly; has selected an appropriate noiii de plumie, for, whilst exactly not holding with the action of the young men as des cribed, we cannot help but think that his scruples are rather far-fetched. We, trust, however, that "Antagonist" will have no further reason to find fault with the doings of our local "knights of the wheel."-ED. G.j
THE CYCLING MANIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
THE CYCLING MANIA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. SIt,-The cycle malady is apparently " catching on" in Healesville, judging by the nuiinber of arialeiurs 'tlia we now see astride the ivheel, and they are establishing a practice which, if allowed to continue,, must be tatita moint to a nuisance. Time after time have I seen these gentry " wob bling" over the footpath to the dis comfort and annoyan:de of pedestrians who are walking along the streets. Only last Sunday morning niy atten tion @as directed to a number of young hiei who were receiving their first lessons in the ..art of riding, and the footpath of one ,of 'dur ..principal thoroughfare was the sceiie of this performiance. Hoping .fat this brief comment will prevent ani doecrrence of the complaint. ;Yours, &c.; ANTAGONIST.
HEALESVILLE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 May 1899
HEALEE:VILLE MUT?JtL AI: PROVELH E NT SOOCETY. A meeting of the naloe society wag held in the Mechanics' institute on Wednesday evening. There r vi a fair attendance, and Dr. Baird was voted to the chair. The Chairman said the object of thd iieeting was to receive the report of the committee appointed at last meet ing to frdtm itu les, etc., for the society. Mr. Hanaock read standing orders ahd rules as drawh up by the com riiittee:. A long discissioii tbobk place upon obine of the items, and the t'tiles, etc., as amended, wei'e received and adopted, in under ir 1. The name of the Society bhill be the "Healesville Mutual Impro -vement Society." 2: The objects of the Society shall be the erintetaininent and improvement of its members; by means of readings, recita tions, essays, discussions, debates, lectures, or otherwise, ai arranged by the committee. 3. The' sabscription for membership shall be 2s. 6d., payable by..ls. on joining, and 6d. fortnightly. 4. The tinaligetient of the So...