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HEALESVILLE MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
[EA.LE'VILLE M1JUTUJAL Iff PROVE5MENT SOCIETY. The usual weekly meeting of the above society was held on Wednesday evening in the Mechanics' Institute, Mr. Shaw being in the chair. This meeting having been announced as open to the public, the attendance was good, a number of ladies being also present. Mr. Alexander informed the meet ing that the Lilydale Debating Society were willing to meet the Healesville Society in debate at Healesville, the local society to fix the subject and date. The offer was accepted, and next Wednesday evening the subject for debate and the date will be fixed. A "Parliamentary night" was the business of the evening, the Govern mentlhaving their portfolios allotted as follows : Premier and Treasurer, Mr. W. A. t Burnside; Chief Secretary and At- E torney General, Mr. Hancock; Minis ter of Education, Mr. H. R. Thomas; Minister of Lands and Agriculture, t Mr. S. Sloss; Minister of Railways, t Mr. R. Burnside; Minister of Cus- t toms, Mr. Falconbridge; Ministe...
Courts of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
Courts of Petty ess3ioas. Coirtts will be held during the yetr 1899 at the undermerntioned places, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter reispectively set out, viz * e of o Conr. lour. Jan. Fob. ?aIrch. Aprilo.May'. June. duly. Au. Sep. Oct. Novi Dec. Haellbcr ... 10 1(;,o[ 80 13,fo 27 t1,o ? 27 10,0f 2.1 15,c ?,2 ,; 0;'- 2, 7,qQ i.,o0 18 ,- 13, 2 11 Yarria Glen .. 9.30 18 15 1 12 .10 7 51 2,30 27 25 1 2? 13 HIe ealvillo , . 2.30 190 1l6" 160 13C 110 j 8 ,oa o81 8 2.G: '23 14 J A M. i.1 , ,lo ... 9,30 (,t 13, 3,"f 10. 3,O" 10. 7,].' 14, 5, 12. 2 9, 16. '7, 14 4,11. 1,8, l5, 'f I, 13,"t 3, 10,- 1, 8 15, 20, 27 17, 24 17,24 21, 280f 10, 126"-0 j 3, t ~0 l,t 8,~"t 25 22, 29 20, 27 17, -4 .22, 23 AndMl on's Crce;k 1 9° o 6' G6~' . " a 1, 0 3.110° 28°0 250 230 2'0° 180 lthin ... ... 11 100 70 7* 11 9j (30 4"0 1,° 29 2(1 0 20 "21'' 12" Queenstown 11 23 20° 20 17 22 1 17 140 i 9° . 4 1crrinte (rullv ...I 9 24° 21 210: 18 23 200 180 I 150 120 10 * I 98° 19 " Police Magistrates Visits. ...
EXTRACTS FROM GAME AND FISHERIES ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
EXTRACTSr FROM OAMs AND FISHsRIES AC-S. 54. Vict. No. 1095, clause 5.--Wilfully de stroying, netting, or using.other means for killing or taking imported game at any time. Penalty-£2 and value of bird or animal (see schedule below). Clause 6.-Do. do. native game during close season. Penalty-£2 in addition to bs for eacb bird or animal. ClanseT.--Buying, selling, or knowingly having in possession, house, or control, any imported game or native game during close season. ' Penalty-Imported game, £5 and lue of bird or animal; native game :.' Clause S.-Taking eggs out of or destroy ,ingnest of imported or native game, or hav inug eggs in possession. Penalty-10s. ae ch egg. Clause 11.-Laying poison for or poison ing game. Penalty-£10 and value of bird or animal destroyed or injured. 51 Vict. No. 1093. cl.uane 5.--Taking, selling, orexposing for sale any lish during close season for suIch fi:sh. Penalty-Not Inr- ., £20. anti forfeiture of fish.
HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 6TH JULY. (Before Mr. Keogh, P.M., and Mr J. Green, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
HEALESVILLE POLICE COURT. &nbsp; THURSDAY, 6TH JULY. (Before Mr... Keogh,' P.M., and Mr J. Green, J.P.) J. Chalmers Baird: v. Mrs. Winm. Chandler. Cl01aim for 15s.; medical ser vices rendered. Settled. Struck out. Constable Rocking v. Jacob Hansen, arrears, £2, due to Industrial School for maintenance of his four children. Constable Hocking deposed that the defendant was a poor hard working prospecting miner,, and in very poor circumstances, and to enforce the pay ment would, in his opinion, be a hard- ship. The amount was struck out. Constable Hocking v. Jaccb Hansen, application for suspension of order for payment of moneys due to the State for maintenance of defendant's chii dren. Constable Hocking stated that from inquiries made he found the defendant was unable to contribute anything, being just able to earn sufficient to live on, and, being a very elderly man, he would ask the Bench to suspend the order as from the 7th Juno, 1R99. The order was sus pended.
THE BOOTMAKER'S DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
THE BOOTIIAKER'S VILEMIIAt. What a vast amount of truth there is in the old saw, " One half of the world does not' know howv the other half lives." One sees.and hears much of the conditions of life and. habit in these days of large newspaper circu lation and travel, which becomes public property; still much-that happens does not see thie light of publicity. The demand.for.nes of what is going on here, there and everywhere grows daily with the population, the comparatively small cost for which the higher branches of education may now'be reached and enjoyed being, for obvious reasons, another. factor in 'the increase. The reporter goes on his daily rouuds, in search of news, to supply the demand. .One. of these gentleman recently .interviewed a. well-known 'resident of 'Collingwood, Melbourne, Mir." John 'Iammond,. -residing at : aLb'rialge Cottaget East-strei`?' " 'eI have heard;' 'said, the reporter, "that you have suffered very, severely from sciatica.l" . . " Well,' I should say I...
CAN THE QUEEN DO WRONG? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
CAN THLE QUEEN DO WROANG? There was a time when kings and queens were thought to exist by :Divine right, and were incapable of doing wrong. But we know now-a days that no person is infallible, be that person king'or queen or' subject. 'As to whether a king or queen would do wrong, .that is quite another mat" ei', hut it is certain that they would be doing wrong if they refused to take Bile Beans for Biliousiness when suffer ing from any'ailment'arising from im paired digestive organs. Bile' Beans are daily working most ma:rvellous cures throughout the colonies.- They are not a cure-all, hut they will cure what we claim for them. They hold the palm above all other lax:ltive remedies of the present day, as they do not weaken or distress the patient, as most other remedies do. They are of vegetable composition, and are the results of years of patient research on the part of an American medical man of much eminence. For all complaints such as biliousness, indigestion, con stipation, sic...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
T?E "MIl S 'HEIA- '.. be,?eTh anro nceI" " to thle pilt ii' f Hit eatsville anl slur rounding diistr. t tl hat tlt.V h lue plurcIlaqLl . the hbusi c" -pes carried on byv 3i.-s L- u nt,:i i:hiblson-st.. Healesville] Wiirchf :wilfl i'ht': et'riuill liit by them in fmiu re--: antidp"i ulddition, -w'ill open t., :.. , -i: ::: :., . D1essnakink i : l Es:ihabiishautt t Havirig .h-al ten ?-e'et'extp.rience? iIn St:.. Kilda-.uso D.resari'stkers, the.. ladies t f si lealesvilile ?;Un rely o eting satis- tit - fabtioon tro'in -l. . .... . S. . A i .- re now g.tonriilil L M to FAVMEP lj "to :is '?al::atioti PR:EElLt 1)D and DEA SLOLD . InSa fromn .. " ram mT'j r ca ot' a ir 't i , -Which w:t- ?a oir the Loan ..i 31' Y'AlS. - -- s?tt.u : frn ilo" i.;::: Deed. Alytir srco. lunrt; l"".tt't-aoee " or ':Ii.; l0 :'k. lt:, b l\ rit.' g ts I:spet :ior Geliire . .. : -" ....-. ".'O.-E. E-IERY,. : .-... .. : . I:suu,-ýr- eotgral. 29 I:,rkita-reet. e ei,it:i t.. A FEW INSTANCES OF POSITIVE * . CU. RES " ...
UPPER YARRA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
UPPEIR YARRA.t SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above council was held in the Shire Hall, Warburton, on Tuesday last. Present-C-r. Ryan (President), and Ors. Clark, M'Kay, Tulloch, Sar geant, Wildman, Wilson, and Secre tary Cowan. Minutes of last ordinary and finance I committee meeting held on June 6th ( were read and confirmed on the motion F of Ors. Wilson and Wildman. Outward correspondence was read and approved on motion of Ors. Wil son and Wildman. INWARD CORRESPONDENCE. From John Pickin, Secretary Shire of Warragul, forwarding copy of a re- 1 solution carried at the last meeting of I the council, and soliciting prompt sup- r port of the views expressed therein. I "That this council desires to draw the attention of the Premier to section 7 of the Commonwealth Bill which pro :vides that for the election of members to the Senate the colony is to be polled as one electorate, and to urge its re vision for the following reasons (1) That such provision is a gross i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
THE ViLLAGE BLACKSMITH, ves up is SAVErk 8 C , SU&FERED and SAVED. Tie Case of Msr. WInm. EMl cCA RTY. (From the Tndsorn and Ric?lmand rat:!tte). ot OURn SPcIAL rarPO:TE. Information having been conveyed to the GazetteathatMr. McCarthy hadrecoveredirom A Velr Serltsu in!seos, we at once detailed a reporter to make full enquiries into the matter, and also to per sonally interview McCarthy himself on the subject. When our reporter arrived at MAcGrath's Iill, near Windsor, he found whom he sought, powerfully wielding a sledge hammer in his forge. The way that Mr. iMcCarthy lifted up the heavy sledge as though it weighed bhu tr few ouces quite astonished our reporter, for he had erpected to find the blacks:nith in A Woaae S ate f Heoalth. t" How do you feel, asked our reporter ?" "Never felt better in my life," replied the blacksmith, and lie put down his hammer and entered straight aray into a conver sation. "You ask me what was the matter with me," said Mr. PcCarthy, "' well, ...
HOW TO DEAL WITH THE UNEMPLOYED. (Recently a member of the Victorian Parliament.) CHAPTER I.—A Seven Years' Sleep. THE PROBLEM OF PROBLEMS, [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
HOW TO IDEAL WiTHi1 THE .UNEM~3PLOYED. BY J. W. FOSTER ROGERS. (Recently a member of the Victorian Parliament.) : CHAPTER' I.-A Seven Years' Sleep. S(Continued.) . TIE PROBLEM OF PROBLEMS, therefore, for Victorian"statesmen to solve during these seven years of mer •cantile somnolence was, how to retain on Victorian soil as many as possible of these 80,000 workers, and of the 20,000 women. and children who ac companied them to New South Wales, Queensland, and West Australia. But that probleni has been dealt with .hy our political guides. These 100,000 people left the land in which they had made their homes, and in which most of them were born, not so much through gold hunger, or earth hunger, as through hunger of another sort, ex perienced by themselves or dreaded for their wives and children. Many went west drawn by the auri sacra fames; but still more went through the res angusta domi. A friend who, one day in 1896, saw three vessels with 1250 emigrants, half of whom were Vic toria...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
Tat' - .-. "lealesville ". Guardian " AND SGENERAL PRINTING WORKS, ,CASTELLA STREET, .'. IEALESVILLE. JOB1 PRITING ?ti; ,2 `rý'',";+7'.J :O B, P R ! N T I, N Gl O ' 1ýVER?V DESCRIPTION DONE ON THE PREMIISES With Neatness and Despatch, • " : V, , . • ,, , ,: , - ? :. . . ...... ?.o: "... 'The :`' Guardian is published every FRIDAY Morning, in time to catch First Mail. •. . . ... 'I hts Journal advocates local interests,?and , the fostering of " ' ·~ ?ldoal industry. ,. ~i,:(. c-t. Sondemns the practice of supporting foreign labor. , .. .. :.: ? ,,~,. . :; . ~l K;:i~i :"-·: i·::i: i·;-- : ,:i;:; - ·i -: · , -~~ ~~~~ ' ' ~~~:"~:~l~:%i 4 *~~ SALK. SALE. SALE. "ALL PREVIOUS SALE ECLIPSED. OUR TWELFTH ANNUA Stocktaking Sale. B. MOREY & CO BEEHTIVE STORES, A SERIES OF GREAT BAR GAINS COMMENCING FTDIAY, J WA 8th, 188,M For One Month. Orders by Post will receive our Special Care. Mlllinery! Mil1iney BARGAINS UNRIVALLED. J ACKIETS, ULSTERS REMNANTS. REMTNANTS. IRESSMiAIN4G1 AT SALE [S...
Close Season for Game, &c. THE WHOLE YEAR: [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
Ioso Season cfor iae, c. THE WHoLs YEasR : ALL birds, except sparrows and raiias, no) indigenous to Australia, and their produec (including eggs), antelope, bee-eaters, bus. :tard or wild .turkey, Californian quail, dear, epithianuras, fau-tails, fly-catchers, great kingfisher or laughing jackass, grouse, ibis lyre-birds, magpies, magpie lar!k, owls, partridges, pheasants. .- .as. podargns or mopokes, r.;i?. it,, southern stone plover or curlew, 'wallows, warblers,. white swans, wrens. JuxN 14 io DEcrEasr 20 : Black swan, emit, wild geese of all kinds, AuGusT I To FienUaPr .28 : Bronze-winged or other wild pigeons, quail. AUGUST 1 to Dzc.EM.sa 20. All birds known as oranes, such as herons, egrets, &c. ; all honey-eaters except wattle birds and leather-heads; all kingfishers ather than the laughing jackass ;-ail mem bers of the granculus family; avocet, bittern, black cockatoos, coach-whip-bird, cuckoos, gang gang cockatoos, land-rail, all other members of the rail family, po...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
GAZETTE NOTICES. The following notices appeared in last week's Gazette: Leases-Transfers registered at the office of Titles.-Wm. Collins (mort- gagee of William Jefferson) to Sarah Jane Hodson, Buxton, parish Mohican and Buxton, allot. 3 and 10, section A, 120a. 2r. 38p. Applications for licences approved- Edward Chandler, 109 acres, parish Gracedale, allot. 50D. Thomas Linsley, 197 acres, parish Warburton, section 52A. Applications for leases approved- Andrew Logan, parish Gracedale, allot 84, 18a. 3r. 24p. Francis Lovel Beddison, parish Warbuton, 19a. 2r. 33p.
FROM "PUNCH." [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
ER*Z)I "PIWNCH." Tae R:v. Georg', Gladstone, of Nathalia, % ho Ihas c,~eated a sensation by his reckless imp.achmnent of local dancing women, is the son of a well known veteran actor of that name. Queen Victoria has a passion for minii.sture p.i:itings, and has about tifty portraits of herself painted to her order every year. Writing to an Adelaide friend. Clent Hill told hint that he received an otffer of marriage as soon as he reached Lon don. The lady said she had seen his photo. and liked his face, also that she had a good income. But Clem ' passed.' Governor Beauchamp brought a splendid ' lion ' with him for the belles of Sydney to worship, to wit Captain Wilfred Smith~.who was a member.of Lord Kitchener's staff, and present with the Sirda~ when fKhartohim was entered: A handsome medal is :the outward sign of the achievemeint. It is a moot point whether Sir Samuel Way, Bart., or Sir John Madden, Lieutenait-Governor, has got the bigger. lift towards the Chief Justiceship o'.f th...
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1899. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 7 July 1899
PUBLISHED FP.IDAY 'OR?I ? NGS. FRID.AY J " L .F ", LY .. GENERAL NE?S. o: " An obituary notice appears in another column announcing the death in Western Australia of a wiel-known identity, Mr. W. B. Newman;. at the age of 55 years. For a _logo time he inanaged, the..bisiness.of Cobli, nd Co's. livery stables in Healesville, ~id also officiated.in:a like mainer:-.for?Messrs. Sheehan- and "Burt, of the??:erliniis arid Grand Hotel stables'i respctively. in'after years. Deceased was..an ex cellett man amongst horses, and as a driver his name is familiar with many little incidents which attached to the calling of a coach-driver in the days when railway construction was limited. Mr. Newman left Healesville. for the West at the time of the -general exodus from Victoria, and up to the tine of his death labored there under comfortable circumstances. Deceased was a colonist of 47 years' standing, nearly half of which time he was en gaged in coach-driving in this district. His death took place...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
-Law Relating to Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to thie contrary, nre considered as withinri to continiii their subscription. . 2. If'nsubscribers order the discontinu ance of their. periodicals, the publisher miay enntinue to send them until arrears are paid. 3. If snhncriers refuse or neglect to take periolicals fron the ioftice to aIIichI thley are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and drdered' the periodicals to be discontinned. S" 4. If stliscrihers innve to other places without informing p13hlisiers, and: the papers aire sent to their formner direction, the sulscribers are responsilble. 5. The courts have decided that " re fusing to take periodicals from the office or retmoving or leaving them uincalled for .. is prina facie evidence of' intentional fraud." - . 6. If :subs6riberi pay in Advance for ' periodicals, they are honed to give notice Sto tle pihblisher, at thIl end of the time, thait they do nnot islh t...
YARRA TRACK. MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
YARRA TRACK. MINING NEWS. At a meeting of shareholders of the Yarra Track Syndicate, held lately, it was decided to prospect the ground further south. The Syndicate, Chester and tocke's line, washed up last Thursday for the excellent result of 1Soz. 4dwt. from 13 tons of stone. There is about 15 tons of quartz left at grass, as cartage had to be abandoned owing to the im passable state of the road. This yield is from fair average stone, and is slightly better than the trial crushing previously obtained from the same shaft which gave the return of 110oz. from eight tons of stone. Sheehan and O'Reilly's leases are just about being floated, and are going off very well. Chester and Locke have been granted a suspension to float their claim, but the yield of last crushing is b'ot known. This mine is most aptly called the Golden Secret. Matthews' lease has started prospect ing operations, hut nothing has as yet been discovered.
VITADATIO BANQUET. Birthday Presentation to Mr. and Mrs. Palmer. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
VITADATIO BANQUET, Birthday Presentation to Mr. and Mrs. Palmer. About 250 ladies and gentlemen assem bled on Tuesday night, May 23, at the Protestant Hall, Melbourne, to do honor to Mr and Mrs S. A. Palmer, on the occasion of Mr Palmer's birthday, and also to wish them bon c"'yage on their departure shortly for New South Wales and Queensland, to further extend the business of "Vitadatio." The gathering was fashionable, representing nearly all classes, employees, friends, and many who had received personal beneficial health results from " Vitadatio." The halls were very tastefully decorated and displayed in many places the colors of the proprietary intermingled with the floral decorations. The event took the shape of a banquet, concert and ball, and was of a first-class character. Mr A. Wylie occupied the chair, having on his right and left the guests of the evening, Messrs T. Johnson, Maddox, A. B. Sutherland, Fred. B. Norton, Taylor, Whitfield, Wesley Bishop (Ballarat), and C. S. ...
WHAT IS AN AD? [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Guardian — 14 July 1899
R SAT T'ADN AD 2 AN American paper thus defines it : The life-blood of modern business. A money-maker, getter, and saver. A flash of information to all the people. The lever of trade. The mine that yields pure gold in large dividends. The key-note of progress in the march to success. The dealer's sure road to success, A medium for the increase of ousiness. That which booms the place and enriches the advertiser. A means of communicating items of interest to wide-awake people. An intelligent message to intelligent people, profiting sender and receiver. Personal and public benefits are derived from its judicious application. A notice that brings best returns "or least money. The corner-stone of the Temple of Fortune. The power 'eat keeps trade in -_otion. "he electric power concealing "traaes