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Neuralgia [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
SNeualgia Is the first, surest" and most reliable, sign .of iiervous decay it is a sy mptoml provided' by.natiire to 'warn tlie suf ferer: of -approaciiing weaknes and. distress, though in most cases the pain is purely local ;the disease is bionstitu tional. ad'i local remedies such ;* lia; ments, oils and miienthols onlygve tem porary.'relief arid do not do the slightest, 'permanent good, for they..only act by 'deadening the senrsibility of the affected `nerve."' The" remedy" to be of any last ing bene~it Must be tissue ,forming and nerve strenthening and . must' Jhave generial invigorating' , properties; , it must 'alb conitiain the materialsto re-; store? e. lost tissue to the impoverished. nerves dndino reinedyexcept Olernents Toni possesses. tiese onderfufpowers. Clements 'Tonic a-las: been' used :=for thousands of cases byyoung arid old. of both sexes 'for neuralgia,;'sciatica, and other. nervous coiplaints; and. we have never -heard of a' case: whiere .-i has failedto give.q....
YARRA GLEN BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
YARRA GLEN BUTTFR FACTORY:. [Prio oUr OWN CORnhESPONDENit .j The meeting held at Yarra Gle on a Saturday by the few directors of thec butter factory was not. so well .iat-. tended as might have been expected; .Z Mr. R . RWoolcott, J.P. (chair?an), in opening, the. meeting, said he .wais sorry to see so little interest taken' in' an affair of so vital importance to the, .district. t.": - :i Mr. J. G. Jaunay, the :ecretary, o gave a report of his canvassing amongst the farmers. He said the low price. "i offered, viz., 2d. per gal. was a reat deterrent. It was: dificult "to 'ni?ak-e: " eople understand that all the profits; .or nearly so, would fallo t HIe hare of;~ supplying hold9rs of scrip, ;and i 4n" i shares would qualify a'person for slir-b sug in -the bonus It. was -freely ad- ; Smiited that the customers for milk ip i the metropolis were more than erratcy in their settlements, and the factorids' ; weekly .or: monthly .gheques would he a pleasant innovation. Distance fro the 'fa...
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 nom-de-plume is affixed. (To the Editor of The Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
LCORRESPQNDENCE, '1 Corredspoidence on: suet js if l pfbstis general interest, if gianaileed?by the bad addresa of the wri terfiot necissrti forpublioation),uwill'lefreely insertedjttr this'col'ahn, on'the uriderstaildia.liat we.. do not identify? ourselves .with the opinions expressed by correspondents. We also hold the right of making any elimination wie' may see fit, especially when a nom-de. plume is affixed. (To the Editor :of Thre Guardian.) Si,--Since you have -kindly given.. me permission to have the. tvatter.re, the action 'of the Victorian. .in judges itheir, precedents '4entilated "in the :columnts of ':.THE GUARDIAN, I desire: again' to avail myself of a further op portunity. It in a singulqi fbincidence ' that this same subject has been' lately. beforbQ the French Legislative, Cham bi?r ,'The judges and;'magistratei thera are accused `of a?i~ardhg unduie everit~ in' their punishments to offenders, re suiting in 3i500 of them. being relieved bf their duties. 'This is onl...
LILYDALE V. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
.-, ILYDALE: V. HEALESVILLE..F I The- return match, between- these cliubsin the competitionwas played or i- the Healesville ground on;:Satiurday e afternoon last. The visitors arrived d by the 2.30 p.m. train, and quite a h large contingent of supporters accom g panied them. ?Very great interest was d centred in it; as 'it -'was, generalj con is sidered to be a test one; and:give an is idea as to the merits of the :two teams if when put on equal terms. It'. will be r remembered the local- team journeyed d to Lilydale'on.the 5th-: ult.;',and as is generally the case when ai 'match is as played away from home, the visiting iI team is invariably the weaker, for the I reason that they cannot take: all their ' best, me thentherefore, the match on - Saturday placed the clubs named on an - equal footing so far as advantages were -concerned, and as the result proves, 11 the tables were turned. When the teams were " lined up," it .was a very -i conspicuous fact that the Lilydale men ,o were ...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
Courts of etty Sessions, IT is hereby notified for public informa tion that Courts of Petty Sessions will be held.during the year 1894 at the under inentionedplaces, on the dates and a' the louirs respectively set out beldo:-.' . :Nai 'f-ou - H ` . p-iil `May; Jun- July-- Aug. Sep. c 9 Nv: D c.. Heidelberg ..-,. 2,0° 16, 14, -8? .211, 25° 23° 6, 20. 0 3, 17... 1,150 29 120- 26' 10-' Yarra Glen .. ..9.30 4j 2t 27j' 25f 228 19t 17f 14f1 2f Healesville... "...2.30p~m. - 5 " 3, 31 ".' 28 2, 23 20 - 18' &lt;:; 15 13. Lilydale . ... 9.30 am 6, 13, 4,o 11,1,0 8, 15, 6S13 20, 3+ 10,17, 7144,210, 5,12,19°, 2,16,23, 7 14 21° 20, 27 18, 25 22, 294 27° 24, 31 28 26 30 28 Queenstown re 11 ,, 2 29 7 14 2 7 13 10 8 1 : 1 ElthLnm' 11 24 29 26 24 28 25 3 2 18 . ' Andersaon'sGCreek. ? 2. 21 " " , 27 24 '22 19 "17* o Licensing and Warden's Courts. t Licensing Courts. The Clerk of Courts will attend to issue summonses and other processes as under: -Healesville, on Thursday preceding each court ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
;.:.AND GENERAL STOREKEEPER. :'SEALESVI;LE. First-Class Stock O .. Crockery,, Grocery, SND: ,.STA ZO y ::. the Best Quality of .Bread in the Come and See, and Judge for Yourself. H EALE S ILL E S t I. W . . . NICHOLsoN STREET, IEALESVILLE (Next Post Office). STATIONER, ab.erdasher and Tobacconist, .,ESPECTFULLY intimates that he has 't, always in stock every requisit neoee sary to be found in a well-conducted busi .: nees of thisikind; Faacy Goods, Tobaoo & Cigars, School Requisites, Stationery, all kinsi;,. Fishing Tackle, &o. - English Magazines and.Newspapers. Newspapers Delivered ,:. i"?:.... Or Posted to any Address. , FOOrTBAJLLS I S........ . Footballs I Footballs " :.From 4s. Match No. 2 from 8s... Gilbert's best complete 15s. Red'uction made, to Clubs. AGENT FOB. POULTON & OWEN'S . HOMOPATHIC MEDICINES. Every Description of ''PATENT MEDIOINES . " " Kept in Stock. House, Land. Estate, Commission :. : : ; d Insur.ances: Agent. Loans Negotiated, Rents C...
THE HEALESVICLE LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
T: A iLAd V CLE LITEILALY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. In.orderto, give the'public a know ledge'f6theP wnrikin aend te ndvan tages intonded tol h. usmp.arted to those who have a taste for lirt.ratur, and a desire to school thejmsielve i in elocu tiej?aJich arethu primary .ol!jects. of. this very ushail cieiity, we'pnhlish'the syllabus for the. present session, also the Artioles of Uonstitution and Rules. The foljqwitpgisthe,,:;-.:. SYLLABUS. JUNE 4.-Spelling Bee. (L) ., 11,--Dehate: Is there not at 3the present time a great w o e-dency to over indul ,.L.. gence in sport, ? . ,, 18.-Competitive Recitations andImpromptu Speak ing. (L) ,, g5Diiscdusion i :' ow to S ,.... make a' village settle rneht block a success. JULY .--Dehate: Ao the imasses ,'of.he people over-edu 'cated I (L) ,, 9,-Shior1: iompetitive=Es S.r?.i6 Paperaby Members. .. ý1N) ..bril y Jury. ., 30.-.Municipal Election. L) AUG 6.First aids in drowning, wounds;: and broken limnbs. (The President). e "13.Debate :, Physiognomy i...
LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
LIFE. This, the most, splendid. pr.Oe pom in the -English language, is a recent utterance of R. G. Ingersoil, the ,zreatest living Americast orator (says' th. Syd ney Bul?etin : Born of lo ve and hope,' of ecstace. and pain, of agony arid fear, of tear'. and joys-dowered with the wealth of two united hearts-held in arms, with lips upon life's drifted font, blue-veided nrd fair, where perfect peace finds r ,fect form-rocked by willing feet :?id' wooed to ishado;vy.sirire of fslep ep siren nother singingsoft and low-lok ing with wonder's wide and star ed eyes at common things of life and ay -taughtjby want' aidd wish. and wn. tact with the things that touch Ihe dimpled flesh of ,babes-.luredby li ht and flame, and charmed by colors vwon drous robes--learning the use of ha,'ds and feet, and by the love of mimicry beguiled ,to ;utter'" spech--releahsg prisoned thoughts from crabbed and curious inaks ori soiled, and.tateied leaves---puzzling the. brain with crooked numbers and their chah...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
RULES, a L,--The subscription for membership a aiallrba6idi.fortnightly, pay.able for five y consecutive fortnights from the commence- - --ment..oLthesession or from election, or 2s. 6dpayable on the first general meet ing night.? The subscription for ladies .an~lJlbe .8.;3d ,. payable similarly. All irftefni?gmgdlribe ihall pay thlo subsorip b -.'tibn i or he first- instalment, of..it when . elected.:., , ;.. . ' ' I ! 2,--.The meetings' ofthe society shall be ..,:,heldKweeklj on Monday nights, commenc ing at 8,pa;, in the Mechanici' Institute Sclass'room; every alternate meeting to be ''di to?e'it ady memberse. Meetiigs shall close atr9.55 p.mi but'meetings may be Sallowed to continue -or half an-hour at the "ichliirman's discretion. ý,,Meetinigi shall be S-,private.;except oncei a..month, when the "' meeting'shall be open to the public.: ,.b ?Ij 3 The 'oideri'ofcbusiness shall be as hfollows.,,--:..:. (1) Minutes'and correspondence. i !e Lj~i.o(2) Business'-including. general bus...
HEALESVILLE FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
HEALESVILLE. FOOTI'I 3LL I CLUB. . •.A: general. meeling ofr mepnler4'of. the :cluh was bheld at the Mechaniis' Institute on. Wednesday eveninlast when some thirty were present. Mr. M'Sweeney (President),occuipied the.. chair, -and stated " the bulinu?iess which .would be brought before the meeting, included the matter of d raw ing up.a code of rules. for thegovern rent of the club, and the conideration of a proposal from the Cheltenhaii Football Club. .? The ,letter: having .been read by.Nr . Harvie.. (secretary) was found to con tain :,a, suggestion. to co-operate.with this club to give: an entertainpient on thesoccasion of, their, visit, here on the 23rd inst. to play a .mtch, offering to " contribute half, the.:entertainment, and 1 equally, ,.divide .-the proceeds., Also making suggestions .as cto advertising and printing and other. arrangements in connection .therewith. i , .Mr.. A. Hrt?Fthought a concert e, tl be run looally and obviate' the; loss of I half the, proceeds..l ::...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE COUNCIL. SPECIAL MEETING. MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
S' "."" : : L.7--COU.-IL-L . -. - SPECIAL 'ifETIN, Present Ci Green . in thie chair) and Ors." 0C1eenits ?.Hollaindi, and ,W alker - :.... ,." .'-,: ". .. .:Tenders for? erecting two closets on ,the Recreation groutnd were received.as follows? -L. C. Dawe, :£5 ; .A. Harvie "and J..Holland, £4 5s,: lOd:i W. RHoli laid; £4 ls. 6d.---Or Walker moved that Holland and Harvie's tender ,be accepted.-Seconded by Cr. Clements. and carried.-It waft" decided -to erect the ladies one in the.corner i near the pavilion, and. the gent's up in the South-east corner. With reference to the Banid instru ments it was decided that Cr. Clemrents and the Shire Secretary 'meet in conference with the secretary of the new band (Mr. Dawe) and. Mr. Burt (band-master) for the pnrpose of ar rantgig details in: regard thereto.
HEALESVILLE LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
.HEALE VILLE LITERARY AND -. *.*:: DEBATING SOCIETY.- .. *:- The usual w6ekly ineeting;of this ssociety ":wsy held o'p-.Monday: evening -last-, whvan'-there. rere :present --Dr: Baird :(President),r-and :Mesxrs.' Dawe, BdrkbryHocking; G: Oldham, Thomas, "Matthdws;,-Munro, and the Rev. F. H. Gibbsl (seretariy) ?: 'Tlie !liUted at tehnda~ce is- attributable to.:.he. fact _I hat iany of, thie' nimbers- hid. to .,he present -at- the meeting of **'the town. gemlers of the Shire "Gouncil, which toob place the same evening .., . -Preliminaries :havi.ni been disposed of,- iMesrs- 0C. 1M. Roberts, .aand C.. . -E. -Oldham- weie proposed n'd elected -as memb . - . :..A :copy:. of. the Constitution- and Rules and Syllabus 'for the -session as printed was submitted to the meet - Mr. -Burkbyý moved, and, the Rev.. -'.Ii Gibbs seconded= that :the. makinig .charge to riiembers for .the.:irles or .btherwise be left ia..thieb hands of the' cominittee.. : . - • : - .Mr; .Diawe .moved.. a. n aiunnd.men...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1894. Local & General News. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 8 June 1894
PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, :JUNE 8, '1894 ,Local&- General Ne s ... 'The generous offer of our worthy and energetic townsman, Mr. W. &nbsp; Montgomery, draper to supplement the Irvine trophy by presenting 25 premiership caps to the winning team in the competition will be hailed with feelings of gratitude by the members of the competing clubs, This is true sportsmanlike liberality, and sets an &nbsp; example well worthy of emulation by very much longer residents: of this town. &nbsp; The Coranderrk village settlers are making good headway in the direction of clearing, ringing, and fencing on their allotments, while many comfort looking residences are in course of erec tion. Many of the selectors also are busy making havoc with the primeval forest, and improving things generally. Altogether the scene of the revoked portion of the home of the aborigines is a busy one, and bodes favorably towards giving a much-needed impetus to the business of the...
LILLYDALE V. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
LILLYDALE V. YARRA GLEN.. : The above clubs try conclusions oh. the" Yarra Glen ground .to-morrow. The local team will be picked from, the, following names :--Thompson:(2), Clements (2). Sinclair, Murphy (2). Cujinbmerland, Love (2), Cunaings,'T?? Bath, Alberts,. Seabrook,, Fleming, Edhouse (2), Spear, Broadbent, Bell (2), Fletcher, Keats, Wilson (2), King, Waddle, Lovelace (2), and Parkes.
CORANDERRY V. HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
CORANDERRK V. -HEALESVILLE. - This match takes place on the Re creation Reserve to-morrow afternoon:' The team which has been chosen to re present Healesville will be as follow. s: Barry, Brarnside, Brown, Becker, Christie, Chandler, Crowley, Cullen, Donnelly, Farrell, Hook, Mitchell, Newman, Southern, .Stricklafid (2), J. Smith, M'Sweeney, Wandin, and Wilson. Eimergencies-C. Smith, A: . Barvie, Fitzpatrick, Furmrston, ancd Robsol?. Practice matches every Tues day and Thursday.
LIST OF TROPHY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
LIST OF TROPHY MATCHES. The following is a complete list of. the snatehes to be played for the Irvine Trophy. The match'es will be played on the ground .of the respective places marked thug 1o°)i May 5-Lilydale° and Ilealesville. ,, 12-Yarra Glen and Healesville.O°. ,, 12-Lilydale° and Coranderrk; ' 19-Coranderrko and Healesville ,,' 26-Lilydaleo and .Yarra Glen. June 2-Lilydale and.Realesville:°0 . 2-Coranderrk and Yarra Glen,? 9-, H?ealeville and Yarra Glen.o - ,, 9-Lilydale and Coranderrk?.. 16-Healesville°.and Coranderrr. ,, 16-Lilydale and Yarra Glen P ;, 23-Coranderrk° and Yarra Glen. . ,, 30-Coranderrk and Lilydaleko July 7-Healesville and Lilydale. ' , 14---Healesville and Coranderrk.o ,, 21-HealesvilleO and Yarra Glen. , 28-Lilydale° and Yarra Glen. Aug.ll--Lilydale and Healesville.o , 18-Yarra Glen° and Coranderrk. ,, 25-Yarra Glen9 and Healesville. Sep. 1-Cpranderrk and Healeaville.o , 1-Lilydale and Yarra Glen.o ,, 8-Coranderrk° and Yarra Glen. ,,-1.5-Coranderrko and Lil...