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CRICKET. COLLEGIANS V. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

UCRICKET. COLLEGIANS V. HEALESVILLE. A team consisting of a second eleven of the combined colleges of the City arrived here by the first train on Satuir day morning with the doiuble object of spending their holidays among the hills and trying;,conclusions with our- club in a friendly game. The olleg-e lads, who proved, themselves -clever expo nents in every department of the noble game, were captained by Mr. W. Hughes, Dr. Baird officiating in a like capacity for the locals. The choice having fallen to the lot of Hughes, he decided to send his '.' men" to the wickets, who showed an almost impreg nable defence, and when the score stood at 124 for the loss of only five wickets, the innings was declared closed. The home team played a very careful in nings for 71, the doctor especially showing good form, hitting out freely when he got' the show, his score of 26 including two 4's. Harvey played a neat and creditable bat for 17, these two scores being the only noticeable ones, the last wi...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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THE GREAT LIBEL ACTION AGAINST THE "AGE". [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

THE GREAT LIBEL ACTION AGAINST THE " AGE." The interest in the great railway case, which has been broadening and deepening during the past week, cul minated on Tuesday. After a hearing extendinig ver 92 days the trial has ended, and the jury came into court on Tuesday morning with their final ver dict, prepared in such a form as to be satisfactory to Mr. Justice Hodges. The foreman was able to announce without further parleying that their concluding deliberations since last Saturday night had borne fruit. Find ings were brought in upon each of the 11 counts in the statement of claim. On 10 of these counts the jury agreed to disagree, and on the remaining count a three-fourths verdict was given for the plaintiff, and £100 damages award ed. The court was densely crowded when the verdict of the jury was re corded, and everyone seemed greatly pleased that the trial had at length ended. His Honor before releasing the jury from further attendance con gratulated them upon having honestly e...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian
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HOLD YOUR BAT STRAIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

HOLD YOUR BAT STRAIGHT. On a seat in the cricket-ground poor little H-t, (Sing Willow, King Willow, King Wil low) Sat wiping his eyes with the sleeve of his shirt, Oh, Willow, King Willow, King Willow. And I said, " Has some big chap been bullying thee? Or the tuck-shop has proved too attractive Iny he, And a pain in your chest is the sad penalty l." Oil, Willow, King Willow, King Willow. In vain to console him my well meant endea vor, Oh. Willow. King Willow, King Willow. For the tears from his eyes trickled faster than ever, Oh, Willow, King Willow, King Willow. He tried to conceal them, but still they would fail. And he said as he turned his head round to the wall, "That hrute at the other end bowled me first hall." Oh, Willw, King Willow, Kiag Willow. Now, hoys, there's a moral to this little Of Willow, Kine Willow, King Willow. If you take my advice you will never go With Willow, King Willow, King Wil low. If you want to avoid little. H-t's sad fate, Don't hurry, take guard, fo...

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AN IMPORTANT ELEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

AN IMPORTANT ELEMENT. Fogg_; " Ohrley; you were born to be a writer." Charley (blushing -with conscious pride) '. "Al, shou ha?e~ see. so?me of Sthe thing 1 have turned off. . Fo " No 1 waiSn't 'referring to what ,you had written:'. I was thinking what a splhnilid ar you had for carry ing a pen,lin : ense, Clharley; siniply immense. : ,:Tlihe aged Duchess of Cleveland; the niother of'Lord Rosebiury, Whois ione of thelast, if not the. last, of the sur vii g ladies who officiated as brides naid 'to the Qu en at her ?Majesty's marriage, over 53 years ago, is a lady of great acti it of imind and body She is just about o set out on a journey to Souith Afria; - t

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THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

THE BaiL. The 'ball under the auspices of the Race Club held in the evening in the Recreation Hall, was a most, enjoyable and successful affair,..., The hall,,.which. was 'astefuly 'decorated with magnifi cent fern leaves utnder the skilful direc tibonof Mr. Matthews, was filled to re plvtion, some forty-two couples of de votees of the Terpsichorean art tripping nerrily on the,.,lihght fantastic toe"' in .aceompaniment to the sweet music ren dered in accurate: time by the Messrs.' Wilson",Bros., of Yarra Glen: Mr. MI.. Lawler performed the duties of master of the ceremonies most effciently and to the icomplete satisfaction of all. At about smidnight,: really excelieint re freshliments of- all descriptions :were served to those;; present, this :depart iment being in the able, hands 'of ,,Mr. and'rhs:J I Joyce whose kin dly attention to ?the requirements of their many patrons was a' pleasureto experience in itself. ,,The committee are to be con gratulated pon the. very complete ar ran...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

Healeaville Waterworks Trust RATING REGULATION FOR 1894. r IHE Chairman and Comtninsionem of .1 the Healesville Waterworks Trust, in pursuance of the powers conferred.by tlhe Water Act, 1890, do hereby make the fol lowing Regulation : 1. The following are the rates and charges which the owners or occupiers of lands and tenements liable to be rated within the waterworks district of the said Trust shall pay for the year 1894 in respect of water supplied otherwise than by ,uea sure, such rates to be paid half-yearly in advance, in equal moieties, on the 1st day of January and the let 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 nmunicipalvaluation, the sumt of One Shilling in the pound sterling. (3) The rate to be paid in respect of vacant or unoccupied township or subdivis...

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WHY MEN DON'T MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

WHY MEN DON'T MI?A?RY. 'Three young men sat about a round table smoking and sipping after-dinner coffee, and their talk fell upon women. It is thus reported in the New York World : "I read in a paper the other day," said one, " that young men don't marry as young now as they used to. What do you think about that?" "They don't marry as young now as .they used to, because-oh, well, because it costs more to live, and a man has not made enough until he is 33 or 34, and the girls have too good a timie of it at home to want to marry until they have had their fling. Don't you think so? Girls have as good a time as we do, and everything is paid for-no debts, or notes, or duns, or anything of that sort." " Well, now," said the first speaker to the second, " Why don't you marry ? You have a deceant in come-quite enough for two. The waste would never get beyond the threshold, at all events, and you just said, a few minutes ago, that you were sick and tired of knocking about; that you had done ...

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LED BY FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

.....LED BY FATE. The train from..Dundas stoppedi in themnidst of the open ,dountrv while a geentlemtnan with a small gripsack alihted. 'Go directly across the field over the hill yonder and you will strike the Dun i?ash ghway,"said'the conductor, hastily i, reply, to the gentleman's inquiry. The' gentleman addressed stood for awhile watching the receding train aiid theni set ou~t ars directed. Hie reached a iiarrow,dusty road and turned west ward, casting his eyes over the country as he walked. No rain has fallen, for weeks, and dust lay in deep drifts along the high way, and the withered grass by- the side of ,the road had taken on a pale sickly hue. From time to time an eddying gust of wind carried clouds of powdered earth across the fields and into the fades of the passers-by. "The same desolate region, only grown worse with age" muttered the stranger; :'! It was an iunsale impulse that promptedime to leave my desk and seek this God.for-saken country. I must have been led on by ...

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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 a non-de-plume is affixed. RUNNING SUNDAY TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence on subjects of public and general interest, if guaranteed by the nanw 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 correspndlents. IWe also hold the right of making any elimination we may see fit. especially when a non-de plume is affixed. RUNNING SUNDAY TRAINS. A reply to the letter of " F.H.G." on the above subject, which was pub lished in our last issue, will appear next week:-[ED. H. G.]

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BUXTON ANNUAL RACES. OPFICE-BEARERS.-Judge, Frank Robbins, Esq. Clerk of Course, W. Nichols, Esq. Clerk of Scales, Jas. Stratton, Esq. Stewards, Messrs. T. Barton, A. Walker, A. Robbins, W. Wilmott, G. Dinniecombe, C. Munckton, T. P. Anker. Hon. Secretary, E. Nichols. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

F BUXTON ANE?UAL RACES. OPFICE-BEARERS.-Judge, Frank Rob l,ins, Esq. Clerk of Course, W. Nichols; Esq. Clerk 'of Scales, Jas. Stratton, Esq. Stiiwards, Messrs. T. Barton, A. Walkeri:A. Robbins, "W. Wilmott, G. Dinniecombe, C. Mlunckton. ,T.. P. Anker. iHon. Secretary, E.'Nichols. As our report of the above meeting which appeared in our last issue was necessarily brief, we therefore give a more detailed report this week. The meeting was held on Boxing Day, and was in every respect a most successful one, the committee doing all in their power to render everything comfortable and agreeable, the lion's share of the work bf course fallinig upon the worthy hon. secretary, Mi. E. ' ichols. An accident in which the u'ifortu-. nate victim had a most miraculous escape from serious consequences, hap pened to a young man r.amed M'Cal lum, the rider of Tiger Tiin in the Hur dle Ra;e, and in which:' h' had a ter rible experience. His horse. ran off at one of the jumps, after which the ani mal bec...

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A HOLIDAY AT HEALESVILLE. CAMPING ON THE CORANDERRK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

A HOLIDAY AT HEALESVILLE. tu CAMPING ON THE CORANDERRK. [BY A.J.] se " Where going at Christmaas" was the laconic demand of 'a friend two days before the holidays. " Not set- b, tied, then join our camping party to f1 Healesville, the prettiest part of Vic toria." Not being given to arguing on is fine points in the picturesque, I decided lii to' accept. a We caught the mid-day train from tl Princes' Bridge on Saturday, and in a v few hours were fixing up quarters to- s wards the head of Badger, or more I correctly, Coranderrk Creek. Psychological philosophers have not given much attention to the subject, r L and consequently no reliable data is at hand for a definite decision as to what f makes camp meals so delicious. Pro- c bably the keen country air has a good - deal to do with it, probably the excite ment; but certain it is that ;if ma t Melbourne hoarding house, chopa were dropped in thick wood ashes and dust, before being handed around to lodgers, t not provided with chairs, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

THE "LOUIS VELVETEEN.' The strictest examiner may try every test of touch and sight without discovering that these are other than the Genoa Velvets which they so closely resemble, while the peculiar arrangements resulting in the fast woven pile enable them to stand interminable and rough wear, which would ruin real velvets at four times the price. N For Costumes and Trimmings it is unequalled, and in fact for all purposes in which Silk Velvet may be used we specially recom- _ mend the "LOUIS" VELVETEEN. ¶ . '. Evcyy jard of gcii ine bears the name of &a ?. " Louis." YE 1WMay be had from all Draper,, throughout the Colonies, most of whom will send patterns OS E OII on ap plication - • . ?( f 1ACHI NE S. MACHINES. R NGER fHE 5WE-ET APSBUR (APIANOS " . ~--, APS ' ORGAN' ?ERAMBULATORS S AT ANY OF THE ARMONIUMS ERTHE M R - Sewing Machine Dep6ts. SBD SLIC . ep SIs Certain Death to They tumble cve Rats, Mice, Native 2 ? Die on the Spot. Cats, Flying Foxes, , _ For Testimonials Rabb...

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HEALESVILLE RACES. OFFICE-BEARERS.—Judge—W. Farrell, Esq. Starter—G. Anderson, Esq. Handicapper—G. Vowels, Esq. Clerk of Scales—Thos. Clements, Esq. Clerk of Course.—A Robson, Esq. Stewards—Messrs. J. Irvine, R. Almond, W. Newman, A. Taylor, W. Evans, R. Allan and W. M'Sweeney. Hon. Secretary—G. S. Matthews, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

HEALESVILLE RACES. OFFIC&-BEARERS.-Judge-W. Farrell, Esq. -Starter-G. Anderson, Esq. Handicapper-G. Vowels, Esq. Clerk of Scales-Thos. Clements, Esq. Clerk of Course-A. Robson, Esq. Stewards-Messrs. J. Irvine, R. Al mond, W. Newmari, A. Taylor, W. Evans, R. Allan and W. M'Sweeney. Heon. Secretary-G. S. Matthews, Esq. The annual meeting of the Heales ville Race Club, held on New Year's Day, may be regarded in every way as having been thoroughly successful so far as the club is concerned, and a highly enjoyable afternoon's sport from the pleasure-seekers' point of view. It is highly gratifying to us to be able to state this, for during last week the prospects of the meeting looked de cidedly. ominous. Our readers will re member for along time to come the extraordinary weather experienced dugr Tngg Ol~ridtmas week this year-weathlier the like of which has probably never before been witnessed at this season of the year, and which spoilt the pleasure of hundreds upon hundreds of ...

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COLLEGIANS V. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

COLLEGIANS V. HEALESVILLE. The return match between the Colle gians and the Healesville C.C. took place on Tuesday, 2nd inst., play com mencing at 11.30 a.m. At the ap. pointed time only seven members of the home team were present; so, losing the toss, the Healesville captain (Dr. Baird) took the field with four substi tutes. The visitors' innings ended at 1.30 for 95, the Healesville team show ing a great improvement 'on their Saturday's play. Healesville's innings totalled a modest 45, no less than six batsmen contributing the unenviable "duck-egg." To finish out the day, the visitors again went to the wickets, but after disposing of four or five good batsmen cheaply, the effects of the pre vious night and miorning on the home team began to tell, Moysey having a merry time against the bowlers. Mention should he made of Hart and:Hilrvey's bowling, .while he.field. ing of Stricklaiid (sub:), Juiry' 'and Hart, showed a marked iinprovement in this departmentof the game-especi ally by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

J. CULLEN. Proprietor. pHE .Proprieter respectfully intimates J that Visitors and Toilrists will find re- lls , good :ard comfortable aecommbdaL Ales, Wines, and Spirits of the B st : Brands. :Chlrges 'Moderate. Staqling Free. TIlE JIEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. Counties-Anglesey and Evelyn. Prishles-13,vton, Glenwatts, Narhethlng. Stevensons, a.ttd part of Gracedale and Granton., Province-Sounth-Eastern. AIembers of Council-Hons. Jas. Balfour, Jas. Buchanan, and F. S. Dobson, LL.D. Electnral District-e-velyn. Division Healesville. Member of Asseutbly-E. H. Cameron. Electoral District-Anglesey. Division 1 Marvsville.: Member of Assembly-M. K. MlKenzie. IIealesyille .hire. Constituted a shire,.. 30th September. p887. Area-200 square miles. Popula sion, 1225 ; ratepayers on roll, 292. An nmual value, £12,602 ; rate, ls. in £. :Re ?-enue, £2,900. President of Shire-=Jno. M. Keppel. Councillors. Thos, Barton ...... Retires, "Ag.., 1894 .Charles Walker ...,, ,, 1894 John M'Gretton ... ,, ...

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Current Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

Current Notes. Complaints' innumerable have been expressed for a considerable time past with regard to the dilapidated and dan gerous condition of the bridge over the Maroondah River between the New .Chum Creek and Healesville, and up to the present nothing has been done to alleviate the great inconvenience oc casioned to the residents in the locality, and indeed to towaspeople also. The matter was again brought under the notice of the local Shire Council 'at its last meeting by a communication hear on the subject received from the El tham Shire. This bridge, it seems, was built privately by some of the pipe con tractors during the construction of the :Metropiolitan Board's works ,a little farther :up the creek, and since that time it has been allowed to fall into decay, as it was no one's business in particular to' attend to it, although it proved of invaluable convenience to all wishing to cross the riiter at this point' Ther. are three interests directly con nected with this matt...

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The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 5 January 1894

PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNCGS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5. 1894. THE. great libel case over, and now that the time has arrived, when the people may freely ex press what they'think' -ibioit7 opinions will doubtless be ex pressed pretty freely. - The plaintiff, of course, will not be satisfied. He came forward with a claim for £25,000, which was the amount of damage his character was supposed to have sustained at the hands of the defendant, and in summing up the Judge put the case in a very favorable light, so far as the plaintiff was concerned. He put it to the jury in this way :-" The plaintiff says, ' My character has been dam aged. While these blots re main I cannot go forth into the world and claim the considera tion from railway companies and persons engaged in railway matters I am entitled to. I mnst wipe that stain off my name be fore I can once more hope to get employment which my ser vices, ability, and experience entitle me to, and I expect from you substantial damages to-day, something ...

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TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894

TENNIS CLUB. The committee has completed ar rangements for starting a croquet sec tion of the club, and as soon as enough members join, and the ground be pre pared, a start will be made. The sub scription for new members has been fixed at 7s. 6d. for the first year, and 5s. afterwards;; members of tennis club 2s. 6d. per annum. These membership fees are very reasonable, considering the expenses of the club.

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Electoral Registrars. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894

lIcetoral Registrars. G. V. Furinstnn, fl~naesville; Jnn. M. 'ReppeI, Marysville Jno Ewart, Launch In;; Place.

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Current Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 12 January 1894

Current Notes. The iilmore Advertiser, in its issue of the 6th inst., makes the following complimentary remarks with reference to our first publication :-" We have re ceived the first number of the HEALES VILLE GUARDIAN, published in that pic turesque town, Its proprietor is Mr. D, Munro, who was manager of the AMoira Independent for some years. We wish TnE GuRnDIAN a prosperous career," A meeting of the Healesville Race Club committee was held at lrs..Daly's Terminus fHotel, on Monday evening last, when there were present :--Mr. A. V. Edgcumbe,. president, in the chair, and Messrs. W. M'Sweeney, R. Allan, F. C. Becker, T. G. Chandler, A. W. Taylor, W. Newman, A. Rob son, G. Anderson, E. W. Joyce, Wm Smith, and the hon. secretary, Mr. G. S, Matthews, In opening the meeting, the President said that this meeting should be the settling-up one, but as the whole of the accounts had not been sent in it was impossible for the hon. secretary to prepare a correct balance sheet. He therefore ...

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