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BUXTON. October 23. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 October 1900
BUXTON. From our own Correspondent,) October 23. I have to report the death of Mr. H. Petty, one of the pioneers of the dis trict, who died on Sunday at the age of 63 years. Deceased had been ailing for.several years, and his demise did not come altogether unexpected. The funeral took place on Tuesday, at the Marysville cemetery. The Buxton creamery is in course of erection, and the opening has been promised for the first of November. It is tq be hoped that a good supply of milk will come. forward and make the enterprise a success. There is a rumour that the Wes leyans intend tq give us a fortnightly service by a local preaiher, while M4r. Tylee, from Alexandra, will preach here twice a quarter, Acting on a suggestion thrown out some time ago, the public hall com mittee will hold a' public 'meeting on Wednesday, October 31, toelect a new committee,
The Guardian. PUBLISHED FRIDAY MORNINGS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1900. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 October 1900
PUBLISHED FRIDAY. MORNINGS. FR [DA Y,. OCTOBER 26, 1900. ON Thursday next, the electors.of the. ,colony of Victoria will be callediupon, to exercise their privileges in electing members to Parliament for the respec tive electorates of the colony. Op- position is being experienced in a great many divisions, our own (Evelyn)1 being among the number. The elec-. tors of Evelyn will be asked to decide between Mr. E. H. Cameron (the old. member) and Mr. A. N. Smith. Both these gentlemen have been addressing; meetings all over the electorate, with varying success. Mr. Smith was the. first candidate to place his views before the Healesville electors, and tile policy expounded by him was favorably re ceived, but it is considered that lie will' not get, the support in this portion of the electorate that he received three years ago. On the other hand, it is asserted that in other parts lie will get, increased assistance. A great deal of prejudice exists locally agai!nst this candidate because ...
MARYSVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 October 1900
A IARYS VILLE. A picturesque postal township on the Stevenion river, 62 miles east of Mel-' bourne. Coaches leave lHealesville 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 -'. Toinrily's'Bend " and Cumberland Creek are near. It has two good hotels, state school, police station, and two stores. The district is purely grazing. It is connected With Narbethong and Healesville by tele h.one. Population, 80'.
REASONS FOR ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 October 1900
RE SONS FOR ADVEnTmIllNt. DVRT!sI'NG is the chief auxiliary of trad T7'ooke Advelt :sin.g is not thl road to success, by .cce?ss itsclf. -- ltl:. 'cllsol . Advertise your u Inciuess: I owe all m lhe i ,,st truthiful plart of a newspaper s avertic?emcn ts. --J fflr. .a. The man who pays nmore focr slhip iel. .allu aldvertsin, does not know his l.lsinea. -IcAruce U cclcy. flow can one man knw what you wr: less you ask for it, or R hat you hcave It unless y;u at''ertice it ?--Mi;at. /la. The al velrtsencncts which appear in: th?11 journal tak;e rak alllllllg the imeo ugnificant indications ol the state of societ: I that tilic'Ianc place.-Dickens. If you nadverti:e. it gives your phlae eputation around ; foilks will erowi to you *areholuse and keep lively. If you don' s'aut to do anything. keelp as still as yo :an. -C. F. Bruocne. There is an absolute necessity for adver ;ising; the e is a g, eat c cgere.ss t' ccmlpet? for attention, and no one gets it unless it i ?y givin-g as it were,...
HEALESVILLE SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 October 1900
HEALESVILLE SHIRiE. Constitqted a shire, 30th September, 1887. Area, 283 square miles. Popula tion, 1350; zatcpayers on roll, 290; rate, 1s. in the £. President-Cr. T. H. Robbins. Councillors. G. V. Fnrmston0 .. Retires, Aug., 1901 M1. J. Sheehan... ... ,, ,, 1901 F. G. Bailey .. ... ,, ,, 1901 G. S. Matthews ... ,, ,, 1902 J. MI. Keppel ... ... ,, ,, 1902 T .IH. Roboins ,, 1902 Thoinas Crowley ... ,, ,, 1903 Stewart Sloss ... ...,, ,, 1903 John M'Gretton ... ,, ,, 1903 *The late Cr. Chandler's seat. The Counril meets at the Council Chain bers on the last Monday in each mouth at 1 p.m. Officers. Secretary, collector, valuer, collector of statistics, and road and thistle inspector C. H. Alex:under. Engineers - lIonash and Anderson, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. [Jealth ollicer-J. C. Baird, M.B., B.S., J..P. Treasurer-T. Cornish. Dog registrar, sanitary inspector, aind poundkceper-Thos. King, senr. Inspectors of slaughterhouses and abat toirs-Constables F. Tucker, Marysville, and \V. H...
The Healesville Shire Directory [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 October 1900
The HIealesville Shire Directory -o0 Counties-Anglesey and Evelyn. Parishes-Buxton. Glenwatts, Monda, Narbethong, Stevensons, and part of I racedale and Granton. Province-Son'lthE:atern, 'Membhcr :of Council-lions Jas. Balfour, Win. Knox, iand J. C. Campbell. Electoral District-Evelyn. Divi.ion Healesville. Memiber of Assembly-E. 5.: Cameron. Electoral District-Anglesey. Division -Marysville. Member of Asslembly-31. 1i. M'Kenzie.
Rearing Turkeys. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 October 1900
Rearing Tur.eys. A poultry woman in a letter to Ohio Farmer advises those who have broods of turkeys which they want to prepare for market to make a.change of diet an important feature. She says: Cornumeal mixed with a. sprinkle of pepper and pulverized charcoal will fat ten quicker than will whole corn. Every other day 1 make a mash.of small pota toes, scraps of cabbage, pumpkin par ings, etc., boiled soft, slightly salted, and a few handfuls of- bran. .r meal added. This served warm is relished, especially in the morning after descent from, their airy perches. Wheat, oats or screenings are good. Being unable to obtain shells, I utilized all the broken dishes. by reducing thei, to,. firaginents small enough to be swallowed. M1y tur keys never wandered from -home be sause 1 always. fed tliem, punctually When they came trooping homeward from their daily quest, from the woods and; f.elds. Never confine them when fattening. Feed liberally, and then let them seek such additions to their...
Law Relating to Newspapers. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 October 1900
Law Relating to Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinu ance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the ollice to vwhich? they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. The courts have decided that "re fusing to take periodicals from the ollice or removing or leaving them uncalled for is prina facie evidence of intentional fraud." 6. If subscribers pay in advance for periodicals, they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to continue taking it, otherwise the publ...
Feeding for Eggs in Winter. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 26 October 1900
Feeding for Eggs ilu Tinter. The agricultural editor of the New York Woild adv-ises those who want eggs during the winter season to, feed the laying hens as fo!loNwvs Hrving secured warm, comfortable quarters for the fowls, feed with well balanced egg producing rations. sound grain in variety, plenty of green food, oyster shells, ground, lone and an oc casional sprinkling of chiarcoal comprise an excellent bill of fare for the laying hen. The foods, that contain albumen, such as oats, wheat and lean meat scraps. are required for the production of. the whiteo of the. egg. Lbine in some form must be given to insure proper shell for mation and a sufficient amount of car bonaceous food, such as corn. fat meat, etc., to sustain the vigor of the fowl and add elements necessary to the formation of. the, yolk or the egg. Clover hay. which is rich in egg producing food, may be adv anta'geously fed in winter by chopping, it fine, scaling and mixing with bran. Some green vegctable food is esse...
AN INTERESTING CASE. MR. POLLARD SUFFERED FROM CONSTIPATION. MARTYR TO THE COMPLAINT FOR YEARS. BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS TO THE RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
AN INTERESTING CASE.. -0 MR. POLLARD SUFFERED FR.OM CONSTIPATION. MAARTYR. TO. TIHE: COMPLAINT FOR YEARS. BILE BEANS FOR BILIOUSNESS TO THE RESCUE: Everyone who has been affected with constipation. isfam.ilajr with many of its effects, the crowded distended feeling of the bowels, the drowsiness, lassitude, and in some cases disagree able breath. In fact, a dull' heavy miserable feeling which is by no. means to be envied. Constipation may be temtporarily removed by relaxing fruits, they do not cure the disagreeable com plaint. In the treatm.tent of constipa tion the same cause should" be ascer tained, and it goes almost with out say ing that the cause arises from, the liver. The prime action to take. wh.en suffer ing from constipation is to take the care which will bring about thorough clearing of the bowels, at least once a day. It is necessary to see that the proper medicine is taken to bring about this result. Bile Beans. have won a great name in this direction and some of the mos...
BOERS AT ST. HELENA. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
BOERS AT ST. uELENA. --0- To anyone familiar with St. Helena Rs it was a year ago (writes a corre spondent of " M.A.P.") it would come as a shock to see how the quiet little colony has become changed. It is now first and foremost a bustling military station. Every other man you meet is a soldier of some sort or other, while sprinkled here and there amongst the heterogenous mass one sees a Boer officer on patrole. The prisoners' camp presents a most curious sight, perched up, as it is, on a fine open breezy plateau about 2000ft. above the sea, and the beautiful, healthy south-east trade wind always blowing fresh in from the ocean. A large square, capable of holding several thousand men, has been fenced in with a double rov of posts and barbed wire, while all round are posted sentries with loaded rifles. The Boers have plenty of room inside to shift. their tents about periodically, as well as to play cricket and football. But so com fortable have they been made that even if the sentri...
CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not necessarily endorse, nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) BANKS' DRAIN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
CORRESPONDENCE. (TIre do not necessarilb endorse, nor hold ourselves responsible for, the opinions of our correspondents.) BANKS' DRAIN. TO TTIE EDITOR OF TIHE GUARDIAN. StR,-In your comments last week youdealt very trenchantly with the above mentioned item of municipal bungling and extravagance; but no-. thing that can be said can be too, strong in condemnation of the utter' wrong-headedness which has been dis played over this job. The public are well acquainted with the history of the whole matter up to the time the drain was constructed, but it is doubtful whether they are aware of the utter rottenness of the case as it stands at present, and with your permission I will endeavor to give a few facts con cerning the present position of this monstrous piece of municipal folly. The contract price for the work was £92 7s., extras were done for which £27 2s. is claimed, the land cost £40, while the legal fees connected with transfer, etc., amounted to £15, cost of preparing plans £3 3s...
BUXTON. October 29. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
BUXTON. (From our own Correspondent.) October 29. It is with feelings of regret that I have to chronicle another death in our midst. The wife of Mr. W. J. Scott died on Wednesday morning last from internal hemorrhage supervening on childbirth. Deceased was only 24 years of age, and had enjoyed good health, and her unexpected death was indeed a heavy blow to her husband and relativss. The funeral" took place on Thursday last, and the large num ber of people who formed the -cortege gave ample proof of the esteem in which the lamented lady was held by all who knew her. A number of friends joined in at Marysville, and by the time the cemetery was reached the procession -was the largest that had ever been seen there. Mr. 0, W. T. Rogers officiated at the grave, and everyone present was deeply moved by the sag event. The most idiotic craze I have ever come across in my experience, said a London dentist, is that of transplanting teeth from one person's mouth to another, a fashion which has...
THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. EVELYN ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville and Yarra Glen Guardian — 2 November 1900
TilE GENERAL ELECTIONS. EVEL YN ELECTORATE. The electors of this colony were yesterday called upon to ,elct mem bers to the last Parliament of Victoria in the presept century, and also the last Parliament under the present con stitption, for Federation, which will be an. established fact early ij the coming year, will cause an alteration in the existing state of affairs. In the electorate of Evelyn, Mr. 4. H.- game ron, the sitting member, was opposed by MNr. A: I. timith, who unsuccess fully opposed that gentleman three years ago. .Iyring the morning there was very few people about, but in the afternoon the vicinity of the local polling booth presented quite an animated ap pearance, Mr. Cameron's sppporters being very active in their endeavor to secure his return. The. Healesville electors on this occasion did the sitting member an honor that had been denied him for some years past, of putting him at the top of the poll for this di vision. At about 20 minutes to 6 the returning off...