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IN SEARCH OF HER FATHER [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
IN SEARCH OF HTR FATHER The London Daily Chronicle gives a touching little story of a young New Zealand girl who is auxiously in search of her father. She' writ'es' that his name was " Fowler," and he was known as "Big. Fowler," but :that is all she' knows of the genealogical tree on thei European side, and she wishes to dis cover whether there are any persons of the name of " Fowler" in England." The quest seems rather an unpromising orie, and our contemporary, appears to make light of the 'feelings of Miss ".Erana Fowler".in trying to discover her Englis; 'father. But it probably little knows how. widespread and how deep the yearnitig ea:isting:in the minds' of New Zealand .halfcastes on the subl ject is, and what a romantic fascination there is in the mystery that:hangs over their birthrrelation to the superior race Many 'of, those with .European: blood 'in their veins are high in rank, cultured often, and even wealthy; and some 6f them' would give 'worlds to know'sonie. thing ;o...
Sunday Excursion Trains. DOWN: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
Sunnday Excnrsioin Trains. .Dow\: Prince's'Brid;e dep . 11 .0 .am, Ilkalesville. atrr ... 1.0 pin IIealesville, dep ' .. .. 6.30 pm Prince's Bridg?,"arr, .. ... 9.10 pii Fares :-First classi return, 3s : Isecond class'return, 2s.. ChildrTen under 4 years, free: over 4 and under 12, half fare? These tickets will be available far re tuiin by 6.30 train only '
Healesville Post and Telegraph Office. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
Ijcalesville, PostV and Telegraphl f- O f.ice. .,j . ost office open, from ,9 .a.mi. to' 6.p.im. Tel'girph 'office' open' frbi 8.30iL.m. to 8; p.im: '.'Poit office s6vings banlropin from' 10 a.d.'to 3 p.ih.; Saturdayas from 10 a.m. to 12i hoon;'j ; '.... *i . + +:. +? ++.. * . ,,- '.I ?l;., "1 + +.^-i I , +. . MallS. O ilO; close r- ' )Melbourne : .i-.Ar6.45 aui S:and: .. , 10.1'au -daily. Intermediate 715 pu. J ;Marysvill" ' . :' . , :- : . and.' ' i.;: 9.30 am daily .Narbethong, ) .. . .Arrive froin Melbodnrie, &e..'. '940 in 2.40 pm 7.30 pi Marysville- ? t and ,: " .;.7 pnmdail Narbotlleng f.' ' ,' ':? l r ý,Iqt ,?I PO' .- . istress. I ' . . .I '? ?. , .' . ? .. . ... . .. ? , :.
Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
. :.....Marysville. :A .picturesque, postal townshilp on the Stevmson..liver, -2 onilesee:it of Meb hourne I Rail directto Heples1-ille, ienece dilyov Eaopihthe road p smri' orer the far. fa;ed! Bi?uk :Spir.' .ie s:aenury at Maryl: -ei xerrm~elv p~rgtyj thje Ste ena bend" and Unnmherland Creek arei near: It hIas two good Ihotels, state school, police station, and two stores.- The district is purely grazing. It'is connected with Nar. hethong and Healesvjlle by telephone. AI. Keppel, postnmaiter; Population; 80.
Buxton. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
Buxton. -A ostal township on the Acheron Riiver, 66 mi es east of Melbourne. It has a'large' ' hotel, store, and state school, ' The district '" pastoral and agricultural, with several :i iood farms. A'cross-country postal- ser, S';,ice-ise maintained with Marysville'.and -Atlexandra' by iwaytof Buxto?n tri weekly. 5, Sherwill, postmaster. Population, 50.
Healesville Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
Hlte1svilcilc Water 'Inst. Constituted 10tL Janiuary, 1890. Cor prising portion of lHealesville Shire.I Fmi supplying Hcale.ville. )town'ship. and part of the parish of Gracedale. ..Population supplied, 700. Conmmissioners-All the ?embers pf ithe Shire Council. E. J. Hall.Chairman:,, E. II. Cameron, M.L.A., Gov~erniment nomi nee. Secretary and ccllector.-CInls. H Alex a?dler. Treasurer--:Jno. Cnrnish. The water rate is Is. in -the , ba sed'on the mounicipal valuation of property rated. If by, measure, 9d. per.1000 gals. :
Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
Narbethong. A pretty postal .hmlilet situated at the fnot of the ack Spur, on Fishelr's Creek, 53 miles.east of Melbouine. , Rail direct ifo Hclaesville. tlhence by cach 14 mniles. It lhas a good hotel, and is connecteul with Healesville Iby telephone ' Mr W\Villiams, postmistress. Population; 20;'
Wasted Money. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
wasty mone. - It is siim?lywonderful ii an enlightened age like..thli present;, hbiowpeople will waste' their money on:useless medicines. There are.thousands of sufferers in this country.from liver torpidity,indigestion, kidney'complaint, and biliousness, who pay -half.rowns for so-called "(cures," when.they: could: get far better aid. safer results from half an. ounce of Epsom salts costing" one° half-penny. Of: cou~se we kniowthis chemical will not give permanent results-neither will any.of the mainyadvertised nostrums -but it will give temporary relief and not .injure the system, whereas the disguised drastic purging mixtures sold by many quacks will causem'any serious diseases.. Clements Tonic .does not cure or relieve disease by purging. .It is a natural tonic restorative, and acts by stimulating the digestive and secretive apparata to perform their proper, functions. It .rebuilds wasted nerve, bone and muscular tissue, restores, strength to the. debilitated system excites and ...
CONDITIONS AND RULES OF THE IRVINE TROPHY COMPETITION. DONOR—MR. J. IRVINE. CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
ýCONDITTTd S A AI0 IthULAS, OF. THE iRVINE, TROPHY , COMPETITION: - ',- .Do on,-M?Ma . J, IYInvrE. CONDITIONS. 1.-That the trophy he open for t ,owipetition betiveen the clubs in the .Jire of Healesville, the North-Western and the Eastern Ridings of the Shire .of( Lilydale, and the Easterp ITiding of the Shire of Eltham; each club to pay nn entrance fee of five (5) shillings. 2,-The trophy shall be deemed the q property of.the club gaining the great i+ nbfumberof points during the, eason; the piiits scored fora.win shallbe four (4) points, and two (2) points each for a draw, 38:LThe: trophy season shall com Iomence,on the first Saturday in May, .:u gnd terminate on the .last Saturday in Beptembe . 4.-Tliorder in which matches shall be played to .be' determined.:,by the delegates pf the competing clubs at this mieetiig," ::'5,-That a committee of six (6) delegates be appointed to act as a trophies committee, each club to he represented by two (2) delegates' or a. irh proxies j four t...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
LAWN TENNIS. A, match. has been arranged to he played on the local ground to-morrow. against a team "of' medical tourists. The Healesville team will be reroj: sented by Dr. J, O; Baird; -Rev:F,: H' Gihhs, and Messrs. J. S. Pierce,2andl: J. George. ,· The Manchester ship .canal,. whiohr was commenced on. 11th November,' 1887, cHinectiing Manchester with. Liverpool, was declared open on Mori day last by..her Majesty the Queeni. 'The. ceremony was' witnesed by, fully 2,000,000 apectators who gave, the Queen an enthusiastic reception at Manchester, The streets were closely lined with people, and for a: distance of eight.miles her Majesty. passed through' an unbroken crowd of cheering subjects. * Mr. Richardson, the., Minister of Railways, has decided that the dis pute over the Greensborough deviation on the Eltham line shall not further 'delay the work, and has. given Instruo-. tions for the earthwork to proceed at once. As there are somhe heavy earth works, it is likely that a consider...
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY SPOR'S. We understand.that it is some five or six years. ago since an athletic sports merting was held in "Healesville, and oil that occasion proved very successful; but since then there does not seem to havei-been unity of,=purpose amongst the : people, or from .some .other cause, these popular gatherings were not con tinued, . This year, however, the mat ter was enthusiaistically taken up by a few jgeutlemen,Zwho decided uponi call ing a public meeting. for the purpose of considering the advisability of holding an athletic sports: gathering this, year. The'invitation to. attend.-?he meeting, wvhiih was held qn Tuesday evening, 10th Apri la-at,' was freely reaponded to,-and it was :tinasiiuously decided" to hold athletic sportr: bn the Queen's Birthday. ..: The. matter was. heartily, entered upon,. and .all arrangements were perfeated to that end. Mr. W. M'Sween'e w~. u•?iuioiously elected chairman,:while?Mr, ar?, Hart~ as Tiap pointed. hon. seeretar~y' and .: Mr; ...
Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
0Local;& General N ewys 'te" usual monthly meeting of the Healesville Shire. Oouncil.will. e held on Mondaynext... SRatepayers; are- specially reminded that in order to ensure their names being placed pon the yoters'.roli for the present year, their rates must he paid on-or before. Monday, 11th, June next. i.ttention should be paid to this mat ter, otherwise . disfranchisement will be the result. Last Sunday. the Anglican Bishop of &nbsp; Melbourne held- an ordination; service in St. Paul's Cathedral, and in:, the -list of gentlemen;. who were admitted to holy orders we find, the following:-. Priest:_ The Rev. Frederick .Herbert &nbsp; Gibbs, B.A.,formerly student of Trinity College, minister, of Healesville. We offer our congratulations to M.Gibbs. &nbsp; 'The a plication of Charles Pri.ett ffifa lease of T86x: Ta4rrarrs North, under section 32 -f- the Larnd Act, 1890, has been approved. A permit, to. occupy. 90. acres, parish of:Gracedale, under seo...
The Stamp Duties Act. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
! The Stap Duties .aot. As the following scale of duties re quis ed to. be paid: in , the ,hape of bstanlips, which have, to bhe attached to va ibbou documents and cancelled in ac ,cirdance with 'the Stanp :Duties Act, may prove of use for reference to our readers, we publish thelil in'full... The .table sets out the everal, documents which.comte uunder the operation of the Act, and also the value of tlhe stamps required to be attached to eachi B1I. iLOF EXCHANGE. Bill of Excna?ge and 1'rotsibuiry Note-. Where,the aneonul or value of tilhe ,muney, for which a hill rsnate is " draw exceeds '£10.000: then i;,r' every £50 of the ano,,ust or vril!ti, ?land aliso for'any frisotil,atl ,p.rt of £50 of AueIatnsluIt, sir val,,lr ,. 0.. 1 0 Bill of eachanle ,payable on deiint;tII Cli,h !ts able with sauie .lt ty as a ptromuiso:ry note for sisle aluolit.I ? . (Embo?sed stamps niust be qedl,whloh lmay be obtained.at all Post. illflee.) .. ]?Eat-TrION-. T . , 1. Draft or order draw vhy' aiy bank...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINQS. FRIDAY, MAY '5, 1854. WHILST we must onde to the working man, whether arti san;,mechani?, or farmn:laborer, -the right to demand as'high a rate of wage as can be h6nestly obtained, it is; o.casionaly ne cessary to remind ',hih? that there h. a limit bIeyo6id which these demands -.'annti' be pushed without.: njqry.'to his own interests, -i Every- m'an rmongst us wants-to- ea f' as much as h1~ can.. no niati?er whether he;works-.with a pen; a trowel, a bradawli or a- pick axe. We are all :orkid men, from the barrister j:i his wig and gowni to. the blaicsmith with his leather apron. ai?, the farm laborer inhis smock frock. But whether ja ih 1n liv~esy he sweat of his :'brain'I or;.iKhe per spira tion" 6f.hisiiide: it i neces sary that all *shoul6 "? Bari-in mind that there is a poinit be yond whicih deimanids, in the shape of pay canniot bbe:Jcom plied with. Let us;- sppose that a noble river takes .its rise in an extensive lake;i-and thit there are no tribut...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
AN D G NERAI, STQRE EE'pER, HEAL? VILLE, First- C ss Stock ..RAPERY, Ty owkery, Grocg?y, A.ND ST.ATIOZNE3T. TIle lest q~n4ity of Bread In th :District ;' Conte and See, and Judge for yourself: . EAIEYVILL]. ..WAQ- .. USE, Q aoL8Q Z STREET, HEALESVILLE (Next Post Office). o o,?I atthewo,i S ATIONIIF, Haberdasher and Tobacconist RESPECTFULLY intimates that he has always in stock every requisit neces pary to be found in a well-conducted bausi pess of this kind. 7'n$cy Goods, * obacoo & Cigar, ZOasPB,8 fofrupery, School Requisites, Stationery, all jiadsz Fisýig Tacl.g , &c. English Magazines and Newspapers. Newspapers Dpliverld (g J Or Posted'-to' any Address. .t * OOTBA.IJIJS I I .gtHo s 0ll * ootballs 'roin 4s, Match No.2from 8s. Gilbert's bpst complete 15s. edldetiq o made to Clabs. SAGENT roe. POUI?TON & OWEN'S PIQM(EPATHIC MEDICINE. Every Description of PATENT MEDIOINES .Kept in.Stock. ouse, Land. Estate, Comminssion and Insurance Agent. Loans Negotiated, Re...
RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
S'. RULES. 1.;--'Three days; previous to any match a list of players shall be exchanged by the secretaries of competing teams, a:he number of players on siich lists c to, be limited to thirty (30) names, no .pgersonu hose name is nbt included' thereon shall be allowed to play, 2.-No person shall be allowed to play with imnore than one club competing -for, the trophy during the season, except . ts provided for in rule18. t8 3.-That any club playing a man, who receives payment directly: or Indirectly shall lose such match, 4.-All matches shall be commenced and played out.to the time arranged, and shall not be stopped except by' the' i? ?onlsentof both captains ;. but in, the event of the cptains disagreeing' the field umpire shall be constituted sole re fIer 'eeand the side disputing his' decision i shall lose the' match, .. . .- match must be commenced at . :.. b'clockl p.r' ,,:and: play shall be con .. sidered - to. have' commenced from- th' bouncing of the ball by the field umpire,...
BANQUET TO MR. E. H. CAMERON M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
BPANQTE? T TO MR. E. H. CAMERON, M.L.A. .The . Minister. of Railways a:? corupanied lr -E. H, 'ameron, ,ML.A., 1 tdothe I a;ntgaIcnttidered the latter hby, reside- t "of "th" Upper ? arra at the' Home Hotel Launching Placei o Wedneay 16th inst.h The chair was occuptiedt4.y Mr-: V. Kett,.l president of theTiUispet ?Marra shire council= . I Th. Ohtamai 'stbmitted the' custo m-ary o a?tasts;-and also .The C 1Eealth;.of, .r. . .-ameron, ' -o£ d whose: political connection with the. district.he! spoe i: n.- eu logisýi .. phrase.: They' wante didr MIf eth ds in' the: ditrict from thes.Rillw' dpaart-e fie, "and: as they had ;: . Mi. ster with them and . hadrt.: iveo. 'Mr~~Thr 3sehardson"- ah 1I opportunity: to olook roiurid for himself, he tope'd they Wdld iave tlheirwishes e i-alised. The 'prehetGc4rq nment' and. cheapr modef voeystructing rail :ways, -?iy i hich?wokirig men wereputi t on to construt. the works and the a whole; wis taken over. when :ready: for . th~-:layipg?afthe:rails. ....
HEALESVILLE LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 25 May 1894
IiE"ALES'V rLE.LITERARY AND a DEiBATIfl SoIETY t.he, weekly, meeting of: the above society -was field in- the- Mechanics' In stithi orl Mondaydevening "last,- ut h owing to the very inclement state ,of i the weather the attendance was.smal. j It was what is termed " landies' Aght," but it was too wetL for any' of them. to h ventue' out" : There 'were present s Dtl Baird (President, in the chair), Mr. ri L. C. Dawe (acting "scretary) :ind t Messrs. Cornish, "Oldham.tn'omas, d Ro6dgers, and Rev. S. Williams The minutes of the previous meeting r were read,.nd confirmed.- ti .With reference to .the- subject of f tenders for pritiig the rules, the 1 acting secretary stated .ie4had Ileengyn- p able to. wait upon the, printers Ifoh a si -Mr:- Cornish`'i`oved; rd tlit Ri v ri Mr 3Williams seconded that the matter be eferred 'till.next meeting the secr. o ta.ytin the n.ean.tiiie :tp get prices fir ,prni4ing-the. rules and' coftistitfdon 'f dL 'I ncopsipaceraton.i 9- the. limited at. 0 tendan...