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Narbethong. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
SNarlibetltoiig. A pretty postal IhameI t situated. at-the foot of the D;,.clk Spur, on Fishzer's CrIeeIk. 53 milcs east of ilk*IIhozirne. hail direct to, Hetilesville, thence by coach 14 atiles. rt has it good ientl is connetedl wvith Hutleseille h telephone. irs Williams Iliistnt~isttý ý.s. 1' pt illiliin, 20.
BLACK WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
BLACK WOOD. Inview of the, large black wood supply in the neighborhood a coopering industry might be encouraged for fealesyille. :The follovwing clipping by an eminent authority on the sub ject may prove interesting:--" That there is ample room all over Australia for the development of a very impor taut industry, subsidiary to that of wine-making,. in tbhe nmanufacture' of casks, has long been evident, and the matter obtained _ very serious consider ation from :the Victorian f]oyal Cown mission on Vegetable Products. Mr. Paul de Castella, the well-known Vic torian vigneron, informed the Com mission that there wa,.plenty of excel lent wood din:.tbh forests of Victoria suitable for ooper? i g purposes, and that he had used blackwood since the year 1863, and found it' in every re spect equal to oak., N; ,evertheless, it would seem that coopering as an in dustry is' followedvonly; to. a limited extent in Victoria,- and that ,oe of the great drawbacks at the: present time .--.--.to expor...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
Courts of Petty Sessions. IT is hereby notified for public informa tion that Courts of Petty Sessions will be held during the year 1894 at the under-. mentioned places, on the dates and at the hours'respectively set out below : Name of Gourt. Rour. April. -May. Juneie. July Aug. -Sep. Oct. o e. Ferntree Gully ... 10 n.m. 28 26 23 21 18 15 13 10 8 Heidelberg ... ...10 ,, 2,6 16, 14, 280 11, 250 9, 23 6, 200 3, 170 1,150,29 12, 26 -10' 300. Yarra Glen... . 30. 9. , 4 2 27f 25t 22t lt -7tf 14f 12 Healesville... ... 2.30 pan. 5 3, 31 28 26 23 20 18 15 13 Lilydalo ...... 9.30 a.m. 6,0 13, 4, 11,1,0 8I5 6,13, 20,3, 10, 17, 7,14,2°1, 512, 19°, 2,16,230, 7,14,218, 20, 27 18, 25 22,290 270 240, 31 28 26 30 28 .Queenstown .., 11 , 7 ' 2 :13 10 8 5 83 -Eithnm -..... 11 ,, I24- . 29. .26. 2_4 .2 . 28 25.. 830 27 18 Anderson's Creek 11 ,; 23 21 18 16 ; 27 24 .22.. 19 17 o Licensing and Wardeni's Courts. f " Licensing Courts, The Clerk of Courts will attend to issue summonses and other processes ...
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
1ISCOLLANEOUS II EMS. Monsieur Renard's French standard. work on olives states that millions of olive trees, growihg on poor hilly soil with the surface utilised for grazing, gave from 200 to 300 francs per acre. On alluvial flats with irrigation they yielded t,500 francs in -alue per year, with 12Q,trees to'the acre. One olive tree 250.Qyears old gave in value 510 francs per year, or over X20. France had. in 1857 750,000 acres in olive trees. 5 A Frenchstandard work in the Melbourne Public"Library states that France had in 1857, 5,000,000 acres in vines, which produced 813,000,000 gallons of wine and29,;000,000 gallons of brandy. A quantity of the wine realised from 12s. to 15s. per gallon, " and retailed up to 5 francs per bottle. The wine and brandy crop for 1857, prepared and matured for the home market and export, was estimated at over £400,000,000. Baron von Mueller, in his " Select Extra-Tropical Plants," says :-1" The planting of mulberry-trees has recently assumed enormous ...
HEALESVILLE v. YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
HEALESVILLE V. YA RRA GTEN. A 'team from the Healesville Club journeyed to Yarra :Glen on Saturday last in comfortable con veyances supplied by Mr. W. Newman to play their second trophy muatch against the Glenites, which 'resulted, contrary to expectation, in a most decided victory for the home team. When Healesville arrived on the. convincing ground it was found that they were minus four of their most prominent men, viz., Mitchell, Wandin, C. Smith, and Kerrigan, their places being filled by Harvie, M'Sweeney, Wilson, and T. Robson. From the start of the game the Glen boys fairly romped over the visitors, and if they are successful in putting the same team into the field in future inatches, there is no doubt that they have a fair prospect. of. winning the trophies. t Healesville has . entered a :prote.t o against a player named :Lovelace, i under rule No. 13, which.says, '"No -. player shall.be allowed to paiy with is any club if he has not resided in the district for thirty (30).c...
HEALESVILLE LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
HEALESVILLE LITERARY AND 'DEBATING SOCIETY. - The usual weekly meeting of the above society ,was held in the Me chanics' Institute on Monday evening last when a fair attendance of nmemn bhers, including many ladies, were pre sent: ' Dr. Baird (president) occupied the chair. .The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Rev. Mr. Hall was introduced as a visitor. The'debate on the subject, "Is there not at. the present time a great ten 'denoy' to over-indulgence in sport .was then comnienced. Mr. A4. Rodgers, said he" felt some diffidence in opening the debate, as he was not quite prepared for it.' How ever,-with the- indulgence of: members, he would do his best. - He did not con demi. all manner of sport; on the contrary, he csnsidered that rational sport tended to promote a healthy mind and body. eWe read that in the olden time? the Greeks held their periodical Olympic games, in -which competitions took place, not for gold, but for'floral wreaths and honor. The Roman...
Healesville. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
C) benr~ JealesVille. A.pretty.Lmpnicipal. township,,with post ands telegraph and .'money-order office, and` savin'g an siiL tted at the junction of theGiMc dbrndiand:Maroondab rivers, !39 milesse?,,t , Melbourne. Rail direct with Melbounrne, HIealesville being the terminus. It ~ifs tiee .'"large first-class hotels and a largeltwperandce hotel ; Gracedale House, a han!Wome summer, resort, is situated near he foo of'if?Ioini Juliet, about three niiles frohii'tid 'iilway station. There are a fine statesrhosl":four churches, branch of the Col~oial.?nn1;.:court house, police station, me[s'iog''iihstitite and free library, a newspaper (THEIEHEALESVILLE GUARDIAN), a number of .stores and other places of business. 'Extensive recreation grounds, clefiidd~iziiprdved, and fenced ; also beau tiful-lawn tennis: court and bowling green. Trout and blackfish may be caught in the river` near B$olesville, and good shooting a few miles out. The district is princi pallUygraing there are several orchar...
THE HEALESVILLE SHIRE DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
TINE,. JIEALESYILLE SHIRE ;, DIRECTORLY. RStevcsinas, 'anrd a i of (trace I zf au i 'Grranun. ( .Jrovinre-Sun11h-I-a,"aern.,. iUleuers-of Coouncil-I- in .*;as. Balfnur, .Iaus. Bcelanan, ad!tl F. S. Dibhsout LL.D. Elect'oral dDiatrict-iEv± va. 1Ieal x iIe. Maazi':r of ýahcutllll -[; H. Cameron. Ehae:tm idl'DistrictrieAt- Jecy. Divisiun .1'ar''vilIe. lleMwuaer of Alsseiluly-11. J . 4L'ieezie.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
- ýL AUSTRALIAN 3' - . ') HILL'S MAGIC VEMINN KILLER Is Certain Death to - They tumb!e ovan Rats, Mice, Native Die on the Spot. Cats, Flying Foxes, Fo For Testimonials Rabbits, Small `. s~oeHaudbiLs. Birds, &c., and all . " ' ' ": I?s PACrET6 , kinds of Vermin. 3d., 6d., Is., 2s., and 3s. each. Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer:-WALTER GREGORY, Wtllington, Somerset, England. I' Agents wanted in all Towns, and by sending business carl can have hills with namennd address, and their name advertised as Agent in the local paers.- -Agen'ts:-ELLIOTT BROTHERS. SYDNEY WEST BROS., G0 ioburn Valley Nurseries, .. MOOROOPNA, S Have an Immense Assortment of Raisin Vines, Apricots, Peaches , Apples, Pears, Figs, Oranges and Lemons, Shade and Shelter Trees, S Plants, and Flowers suited for Northern Districts. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER IS A PURELY VEGETABLE REMEDY For INTERNAL and EXTERNAL Use. pAlIN arO 1" a ""nererp iedwhoa n eed accord PAIN Kil R ? ng to prinrd direction...
The Stamp Duties Act. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
The Stamp Duties Act. As'the following scale of duties re quired to lie paid in the shape of stamps, which have to lie attached to various documents and cancelled in ac curdaunce with the Stamlp Duties Act, may prove of use for reference to our readers, we publish them in full. The table sets out the several documents which come under the operation of the Act, and also the value of the stamnps required to be attached to each : BILL OF EXCHIANGE.. Bill ot Exc;,ange and It'uomis.?ur) Noi,,-.. Where the amount or value of the money for which a bill or nuote is drawn exceeds £10.000. LaUnl fr every £50 of the all,in,lt ojr vitlt.e, and also for any f-iautiunal hurtL of £50 of such aitllmit i;r valn.e 0 1 6 Bill of exchange payable oni deio . .:,,I,.hg' able with saine duty as a promuissry i,te for carne amnount. (Embossed stamps must be inmel,wlhicli iat) be obtained at all Post Ofll:es.) E x. XEmPrIO.: 1. Draft or order drawn by any banker it Victoria upon any other banker in Victl.rir...
MARKET POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
MAR ET POULTIRY. The follov'ing paper, which may prove of gr 'at interest to the new settlers in our district as well as others who have a notion of rearing poultry for market; was read at ii recent meet ing of the Eallarat Poultry and' Dog 'Society by fhe President, Mr. Chas. Phillips. This gentleman has held the honor of that position for, over five years, and las had. a -large experience. in poultry breeding. therefere the use ful paper read by him bears the autho rity of a gentleman who knows what he his talking about. .Mr. Phillips;,it may'be here mentioned,.is a relative of our respected townsman, Mrt. Thomas Clemtients i: The paper referred .to is as i follows and is reprinted from the Bal larat Courier : " The subject chosen is one that may to many genuine fanciers seem out of place a ameeting of a society'formed siolely for thepipurpose aot encouraging, the improvement of pure-bred poultry. It has been' suggested to me that the production o'1 a paper on 'mongrels' should rn...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
FOR LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUR STOMACH, INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &c., Take a couple of Fletcher's Pills every second night; they are a prompt and sure cure and give certain relief. FLETCHER'S PILLS are a quick, sure and reliable remedy for all com plaints arising from torpid liver, indi gestion, weak stomach, and impurities of the blood. They are prepared on rational and sensible lines and do not contain a.particle of calomel, gamboge, or any drastic purgative, but operate by perfectly natural means by stimulat ing the liver and increasing the flow of bile and thus -produ'cing easy evacua tions and natural catharses without the annoyance and pain of griping and purging. Beware of the many harmful substi tutes on sale in many shops.. None are genuine unless they hear the signature of F. Moore Clements on the outside wrapper. CLEMENT'S TONIC and FLETCHER'S P1LLS have become such household words that imitations are frequently offered. We contend that this imitation is t...
LILYDALE V. CORANDERRK. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 15 June 1894
LILYDALE V. CORANDERRK. These clubs met for. the second time this season on the Coranderrk ground, on Saturday last, the game resulting in a win for the visiting team by 4 goals to 1 goal. Considering that this is the first season that the " dusky warriors" have had a team of their own, we compliment them on the stand which they have made against the other clubs in the competition. Mr. J. Wanklyn, of the V.F.A. association acted as central umpire, and made the game fast and strict. For Coranderrk, Byrne played the best game, and was ably assisted by Rowan, Barker, Tor- son (2), Logan, Purcell and Foster, and those most conspicuous for Lily- dale were, Williamson, Hutton, Oliver, Rodgers, Morton (2), and Stevens. A protest has also been entered against Lilydale for not forwarding the names of their players, in the time specified in rules.
LIST OF TROPHY MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 June 1894
LIST OF TROPHY MATCHES. The following isia complete list of the miatches to be played for the Irvine Trophy. The matches will be played on the ground of the respective places marked thus (o) : May 5-Lilydale° and Healeaville. ,, 12-Yarra Glen and Healesville.° ,?,12-Lilydale° and Coranderrk. ,, 19-Coraiderrke and Healeaville. ,, 26.-Lilydale° and Yarra Glen. June2--Lilydale and Healesville.° ,, 2-Coranderrk and Yarra Glen.o ,, 9--Healesville and Yarra Glen.° ,, 9-Lilydale and Coranderrk.o ,i 16-Healesvillek'and Coranderrk. ,, 16-Lilydale and Yarra Glen.° f,, 23-Coranderikand:Yara Glen.'l , 30--Coranderrk and Lilydale.° July 7-Healeaville and Lilydale.° 1,, 4-Healesville and Coranderrk.® ,, 21--Healesville° and Yarra Glen. ,, 28-Lilydale° and Yarra Glen. Aug.11---Lilydale and Healesvillc.° ,, 18-Yarra Glen0 and Coranderrk. *,, 25-Yarra Glen° and Healesville.. Sep. 1-Coranderrk and Healesville.o , 1-Lilydale and Yarra Glen.O ,, 8--Coranderrk° and Yarra Glen.' ,, 15-Coranderrko and Lil...
HEALESVILLE FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 June 1894
HEALESVILLE EOOTBAL. L CLU1B. A general meeting of members of the 'above club' was held on'. Wednesday eveninulast in the NMechrniics' Institute, there being a large attendance. The -President (Mr. M'Sweeney) occupied the chair. After the minutes of last meeting had been read and approved, The rules as drawn up by Messrs. Hart, Callen, Chandler, J. Smith, and Hook, were read seriatim, and adopted with a very few amendments, on the motion of Mr. Christie, seconded by Mr. Strickland, sen. The President said that the commit tee were certainly deserving of the hearty thanks of the meeting for the very able and careful manner in which they had drawn up the rules. He moved a vote of thanks to them. Se conded by Mr. Strickland, sen, and car ried with acclamation. Mr. Hart on behalf of the committee suitably thanked the meeting for the compliment. Through Mr. Southern's departure from the town, a vacancy was caused in the committee, and the President said it would be necessary totfill it, a...
CHILDRENS BAZAAR [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian — 22 June 1894
C. OHILDRENS BAZAAR ;The Children's Bazaar in connection with St. John's. Church, Healesville, .4as opened at ,7o0'clock last evening, aind was very well. patronised. The Sinday.- School Room, in whichi it was held, was verysprettily, decorated with: Chinese ]lanterns, ferns, flowers, rind foliage, with:.a sprinkling: of wiattle blossom. The stalls were very taste fully arranged, ,the -flower stall -excep-. tionally" so, being.daintily. lighted with fairy lamps. .:,There was also a. hand-" some tree w.ithlighted tapers among its branches, whicbhbore numerous articles .both useful arid ornamental.:- Of the side sliowv, tlih'shooting:gallery, marin ag?d by .Dr. Baird. and Mr. -W. ,A. Burnside,, attracted much attention: The tailless- donkey was under Mr. Pierce's charge, and the attempts at re taiiiing it werei..productive, of much amusement. .'.Messrs. Strickland & W. Cornish exercised a tender solicitude on. behalf of Aunt Sally, who hore- the strokesof fortuniie with equani...