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WALKER'S, or CHESVERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
WALKER'S, or OCIESVERVILLE. On the Yarra Track, a new mining field, about 15 miles east from Marysville. The famous Golden Secret Mine, found rind prospected by Messrs. Chester and Lock, is located here. Daily coach from Heales ville to Marysville, thence Cobb's coach on 'Monday, Wednesday, and Friday to Walker's. Population, about 150.
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
COUR.T.S; OF PETTY SESSIONS. Courtswvill be hcld'during the year 190Q at, thQ.updermentioned places, at the hours, tnd'on,the.dates. hereinafter. respectiyly, set out, viz - \it'hiie of COdNtd, I ' `o No D.ec. R-Tidlberg ," 11,. 1'5°f 51 9I° 1i7 Argderson'' Creek 86 120 3 EI'tham,9 1o Ya'r'ra Glen 244 "21 1'2 Eieni'esvifl& 2b ' 221 13' Li1jduale 5, 1 16°f, 7. 14. 1 ,96! 23, 30 21,28 'F eriitire&' 3 27 18G y Q'enoi' 22 I '26 10 ?Police .ilagistrate's Visits. SLIicensing and Warden's Courts. I). BERRIMAN, Qlei:, of Courts..
The Winner. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
The Tinner. A late archbishop of Dublin, noted forhis originality and love of a joke, wFas.oneda walking along a road, when he came acrosi three tramps lying on a bank by the road side. They were thus addressed by his grace:. '"I would be willing to give half a crown 1b the laziest of you, if I could tell which of you is most enititlcd to it.:", One of them immediately jumpedup and said: "Give it to me. I haven't done any work for six months." The second came forward and claimedit, saying he had not worked for a year. WVhile these two were disputing about 'the honor of being the laziest the third man, who had not even moved; sleepily said: "Come here. guy'nor, and put ii. my, pocket."-Amiu'simg Journal..
An Alternative. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
An Alternative. Briggs-I hear you made a bet of $50 with Tutter that you,would:kiss MissPenstock before.she went to Europe. Have you sub ceeded yet, old man? Griggs-No, and there isn't much pros pet.o.lt ceither. Briggs-Why;, what's the matter? How did you go about it? Griggs-I went right to. Miss Penstock and-told her. about the whole affair-how I heard that sho.was going to sail, for.Eu-. rope, and,some one made the remark that I would kiss her goodby, and: then Tutter. said he would bet $50 I wouldn't, and that I-took him up. I explained the whole thing. to her and told her I was apo0ormman. You see, oldfellow, I worked on'the girl's sym pathies. Briggs-Well, didn't you have.any, su-.. eess?. Griggs (glqomily)-No, except to make it a;dra. -. Briggs-IIow's that? Griggs-She says she will stay home from Europe.-Ilarper's Bazar.
THE BATHING PLACE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
THE BATHING PLACE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. SIR,-With the approach of warni weather the bathing place will be used by a good many for bathing pur poses. Amongst those who use this place are some thatuhnnecessarily ex pose themselves to the view of persons who happen to be walking in the vicitity of the bathing place, although it has a high paling fence which in the ordinary course of things protects them from view. An example should be made of those who have not the de cency to keep out of sight, but rather make themselves conspicuous, when girls and ladies are passing. I trust this letter will have the effect of put ting a stop to the unseemly conduct that suddenly met my view the other day when walking down by the bath ing place. Thanking your in anticipa tion.-Yours, etc., A FEMALE VISITOR. Healesville, Oct. 11, 1900,
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse, nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) THE RECENT CONVERSAZIONE AT BUXTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
CORRESPONDENCE. (Wlie do not necessarily endorse, nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) THE RECENT CONVERSAZIONE AT BUXTON. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. SSI,--I was absent in the city when your report of our conversazione ap peared, and consequently did not see it'till yesterday. Will you permit me to comment thereonI I am reported as having made some remarks on the "vice of dancing." This would sug gest that I described dancing as a vice I never used the italicised word. I stated that public dancing is a pastime by which some are caused to "stumble," some are "offended," and others " made weak," and that therefore I strongly objected to dances being grafted on church functions. Thank ing you in anticipation.-Yours, etc., CHARLES W. T. ROGERS. Buxton, 4/10/00. [Our correspondent evidently objects only to the word ice, which he did not use, but judging from the remarks he states he made, that some are caused to " stumble," some are " offended," an...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1900. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
PUBLISIIED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12,. 1900. GENERAL NEWS. A meeting of members of the Healesville Athletic Club will be held on Monday evening next, the 15th inst., in the Mechanics' Institute. The business to be considered is the advis ability of altering the date on which to hold the annual sports meeting. Hitherto the sports have been held on the 24th May (Queen's Birthday), bit the chances of securing good weather and a-dry ground on that date in this locality are very remote, the last two meetings being very unfortunate in this respect, and it has been thought advisable- that a change should be made to a date earlier in the year, the 26th January being suggested as the most suitable available day on which to hold the annual carnival. Amongst other business to be transacted is the question of holding future sports' meet ings under the auspices of the Vic torian Athletic League. A good attendance is requested, Mr. John Munday announces in our advertising columns the sa...
HEALESVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
HE ALESVILLE. A pretty municipal township, with post and telegraph and money-order office, and savings bank, situated at the junction of the Graceburn anti Watts rivers, 39 miles east of Melbburne. Rail direct with Mel bourne, Healesville being the' terminus. A popular resort for visitors and tourists. It his three large first-class hotels, Grace dale 'House, a handsome summer resort, is situated near the foot of Mount ,uliet,: about three miles from. the railway sta tion. 'There are a fine ttate: school, four churches,. branch of thle Colonial' Bank, court house, police station, mechanics' in st?suto.'- and free, library, a newspaper (fIealesville and Yarra Glen' Guardian), a gumber of stores, arid other places. of busi Ss, Extepnsive recreation grounds, also beautiful bowling green and lawn tennis and croquet courts. Trout and blackfish wiay be caught in the rivers near Heales ville, and good shooting a few miles out. The district is principally' grazing; there are several orchard...
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
MARYSVILLE. A picturesque postal township on the Stevenson riveg, 62 miles. east of Mel bournd. Coaches leave Healesville daily for Marysville, the road passing over the far-famed Blacks Spur. The scenery at Marysville is'. extremely ..pretty ; the Stevenson Falls are two miles 'distant, and .' Tommy's Bend, ".and Cimtnberland Creek are near. It has two good hotels, state school, police. station, and two stores. The di?irict is purely grazing. It is connected with Narbetliong And. Healesville by tele -hcne. Population, 80.
HOW TO START A BALKY HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
IIOW TO START A BAKIL?Y IIORUSE. --o- Thlle, following suggestive directions for the t-Aeatnwrnt of balky horses are recommend by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals : 1. Pat the horse onx the neck; ex amine the harness carefully, first on one side and then on the other, speaking. encour-agingly while dping so;. then jump into, the waggon: and give the word go;. generally the horse will obey. 2: A teangster.says he. can start. the most balky, horse by, taking him.oaut of the shafts and rnaleing him go around in a circle until he is giddy, If the first dance of this.kind'doesn't qure him, 'the second will. 3: To start a balky horse, place your hand.over the horse's.rnose and-shut his wind off until he. wants t.o. go, and then let him go. 4, The brain. of, a horse 'seems to entertain but on? idea at a time, there fore continued whipping only confirms his stubborn resolve. If you can by any means give the. horse a new. subject to think of, you will, generally, have no ...
The Healesville Shire Directory [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
The Healesville Shire Directory --0-- Counties--Anglesey and Evelyn. Parishes--Bixton. Glenwatts, Monda, Narb'ethong, Stygensons, 'and part of " racedale and Granton. ProVince --Sonth-Eastern. Members of Council--Hons Jas. Balfour, Win. Knox, and J. C. Campbell. Electoral District-Evelyn. Division .ealesville. M)! ber of Assembly-E. H. Canweron. Electoral ?istrict-Angglesey. Division .-Marysville. i?ember of Asselnbly-M. 1~. M'Kenzie.
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
HEALESVILLE WATER TRUST. Constituted 10th January, 1890. Com prising portion of Healesville shire, eam !raring an area of about 275Q0acres. For supplying Healesville township'and ptrt of the parish of Gracedale. Water rate on tenenments, Is..in the pouncd, hazed on mtinicipal valuation; minimul, 20s. Va= p.ant lots, 6d. in the pound.; mininuimu, 10s. If by measure, 9d. per 1000 gallons. Population supplied, 700. Coinmissioners-AII the members of the Shire Council. G. S. Matthews, chairman. E. H. Camteron, M.L.A., Governnient !lnminee. Secretary, collector, and works superin tendent-C. H. Alexander. Treasurer-J. Cornish.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
The "Ileatesville Guardian " 1E SP.A.iPEE GENERAL PRINTING WORKS, COASTELLA. S'rtEE1-, U. iEA[ESVILLE. ---- : :--- JOB PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE ON THE PREMISES With Neatness and Despatch. 0---- - The "-Guardian" is. published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First Mail. This Journal advocates local interests, and the fostering of local industry. lit codcemns: thee pranctce of supporting foreign labor; To Aadvertisers laud Subscribers. THE " GUARDIAN " is Now E tyBBIISk1ED EVERY -.1FRI1.DAY MORNING Instead of Saturday, as formerly. ADVERTISERS PLEASE BEAR THIS IN MIND. Close Season for Game, 80o. THE WnYoLE YEAR : ALL birds, except sparrows and mines, n~t 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 iingfsher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie larks, owls, partridges, pheasants. ;!..iy .as, podargus or mopokes...
What He Would Do. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
What He WTould Do. "W hat a lovely boy!" she exclaimed, bending an enraptured gaze upon a pretty s-year-old playing on the green turf of Riverside. The whole party paused and petted him, and a fat little pampered poodle nosed the youngster jealously. And the lad with his golden curls, blue eyes and aristocratic fea tures was certainly a pretty sight. He was dressed in a velvet Eton jacket and cocked hat with an ostrich feather in it, and hisfond mamma, sitting on the a.axest bench, drank in the glancesof admiration and words of praise as sweetest incense to her soul. "Oh, you dear child!" cried another of the ladies. "Come away, Fido.l He won't biteyou, dear." Still the lad looked on the pudgy dog doubtfully.. "'What would you do if you had a, slce little dog like that?" inqfired the lady at the end of the ribbon. "I-I'd knock the everlastin,stuffin outof him!" promptly responded the little chap. Whereat his fond mammn turned crimsqn.. "Come on, Fido,"'said the owner of the dog stif...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
Mitchell and HIlurlstone, Produce and Timber M erchants, Chaff Cutting and Grain Crushing Mills, - NICHOLSON-STREET, HEALESVILLE. ALWAYS ON SALE Chaff, Maize, Oats, Peas, Bran, Pollard, Barley, Potatoes, Straw, &c. FLOUR AT SPECIALLY LOW PRICES. Agents for-Sun Insurance Office, Korumburra and Outtrim Coal, Melbourne City Council 'Manures, Bonedust, Phosphates, &c. Also for FRUIT TREES of all kinds. FRUIT CASES, RASPBERRY BUCKETS, STRAWBERRY BOXES, KEPT IN STOCK. Garden Seeds and Grasses of All Kinds. HARDWOOD TIMBER OF ALL SIZES. CEMENT AND LIME IN ANY QUANTITY. Also, Horse and Cattle Medicines, Oils, Greases, &c., &c. T. W. STO1RY, MYXanager. THE aEALESVILLE DRAPERY, MILLINERY, AND CLOTHING, ESTABLISHMENT, NICHOLSON STREET, Splendid Ready MaTde ilen's Tweed Suits, front 1s. Gd. Youths' Tweed Suits, from lls. 6d. Boys' Knicker Suits, from 3s. lld. Galatea Suits, from 2s. lid. A Spleiidid Assortment OF SPRING & SUMMER GOODS! Also, LADIES' and C...
FROM SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 12 October 1900
FROM SOUTH AFRICA. The following letter has been re ceived by Mr. A. Boone, from Trooper C. Simsen, dated from Hillside Camp, Bulawayo, 10/8/00 : I think it is about time I dropped you a line to let you know how I am progressing, and I must say very well so far. My health on the whole has been splendid. I was bad with ma larial fever, but not for long. It was while marching from Marrandellas to here, and it is something similar to in- fluenza. There has been a consider able number down with fever at one time and another, but fortunately we have not lost a man up to date, Beira and Bamboo Creek being the worst places for it, the latter place especially. Blackwater fever is the most fatal kind. A regiment of Irish Yeomanry lost 17 men in a fortnight at Bamboo Creek. Our horses have been the greatest sufferers from disease; we have lost 80 odd, glanders taking off most, South African horse sickness being responsible for the rest. " Horse , sickness " is a disease in itself, and one tha...
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 19 October 1900
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. Courts will be held during the year 1900 at the undermentioned places, at the hours, and on the dates lhereinafter respectively KLt out, viz * Name of Court. Oct. Nov. Dec.. Treidelber" ... 1,. 16oj 5, 19001 1 Anderson's Crelek: 80 12 " 3 litham ... ... 9° I'3I 11 'iarra Glen ... 24 21' 12 llealesvitle ... 250 2o2 13 Lilydale ... .. , 12, 2, IGof, 7. 14, 19°f, 26 23, 30' 21', 28 Ferntree' Glly ... 230 27 1'8 Queenstown ..2. 22 26 * Police Magistrate's V isits. j Licensing and Warden's Gourts. D. BERRIMAN, Clerk of Courts.
STARVING FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 19 October 1900
STARVING FRUIT TREES. -0 If any persoI were to chain an animal to astake in the fi.ld and leave it to shift for itself, then to watch this animal until it gets thin and decrepit from loss of flesh and strength, it is quite prohable that the Humane Society would he after him with properly deserved punishment. Yet this is pre cisely what thousands of farmers are doing with their fruit orchards, says " Seed Time and Harvest." Like the animal, the tree is chained to one lo cality, and cannot go abroad for food; but fortunately it has no sense of suffer ing, or at least none that we can ap preciate. And yet even for a tree there must be something akin to pain in the process of slow starvation-the seeking by exhausted rootlets of food that can not be found. It takes an enormous amount of various imanures to form fruit and seeds. The leafy part of the tree may mostly come from carbonic acid gas of the atmosphere but the stone fruits need a great deal of potash. Grapes and pears require con...
FROM TROOPER MERRITT. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 19 October 1900
FROM TROOPER MERRITT. I - fi We have received the following d letter from Tooper "Loo" Mlrrriit, who accompanied the Bushmen's con- i eingent to South Africa, written fromnt Pretoria under date September 12 : I am writing to let you know that I t am getting on all right, and to give a i little news of our trip. We had a good trip over in the boat, and arrived b at Beira in good trim. After being on the boat for seven weeks we were all glad to get on land again. We only e lost five horses up to Beira, hut after p staying at that place for four weeks we d lost about 50 horses from blue tongue. We had a good time in Beira. The niggers do all sorts of work, some being employed as railway porters, in e fact, they do all the work that has to be done. There are thousands of them and they get paid at the rate of 30s. a month, but that goes in rum, for they 1do "not wear any boots or shirts, their Y only clothing being a bit of bag around them. They are very good workers, much before the bla...