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DISTINCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

DISTINCTIONS. Steal a clicken, and you are a thief; steal 1000 dollars from your employer and you are an embezzler; steal 5000 dollars from the Govern ment. and you are a defaulter; rob your competitor on the Stock Ex change of 10,000 dollars and you are a financier; rob him of 100.000 dollars to 500,000 dollars. and you are a wizard or a Napoleon of finance; wreck a railroad and gather it in, and you are a " magnate": wreck a " rail road lking", conduct a "negotiation" by which a strong nation plunders a weak nation of thousands of square miles of territory, and rmakcs the weak nation pay milliards of money indemnity for the wrong it has suffered, and you are a diplomat. Truly, " the times are out of joint." -. Religious Herald."

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE STRAWBERRY. ITS HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

THE STRAWBERRY. ITS .HISTORY AND DEVELOP MENT - --0-- We .have had quits a number of enquiries .ioni strawberry culture; not that the present is a suitable season,for'. commencing. it,. but pro bably because the appearance of, the fruit in i the market has attracted attentionh to; it a~s a crop likely to 'pay. "By"the courtesy of Mr. David 'A. Crighton we reproduce portions of the article on the strawberry from his work, the "Fruit Culturist,' and strongly advise those who are in any way interested in the subject of .fruit growing' to obtain the book. The st?iwberry belongs to the natural order of 'Rosacew,' and is known botanically as' Frigaria.' This name comes from the latin ' fragrans' (fragrant), in allusion'to the strong and pleasant odour of the fruit. The Ccmmon or Eiiglish namine is supposed to have originated' from the practice of laying straw under the fruit to keep it clean. Some .authorities, however, contend that the name was originally, stray berryi-in'allusion to the...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

"-PUNCH" PICKINGS. An eminent oculist lately asserted that colorblindness is on the increase. This may, perhaps. account for some of the startling combinations one occasionally observes upon members of the fair sex, who might be expected to know better. POOR MELBOURNE. Brown: "Tall price for a shirt, isn't it friend? I suppose.that's on account of the tax on luxuries." Shopman : "Tax, sir? What do you mean, sir ?" Brown: " Why, shirts are luxuries here, aren't they 2" IrD HIM TIIERE. Husband: "I never saw a woman so hard to please as you are." - Wifo (sarcastically) : "I am not'so sure about that, John. I married you, you know." Dr. Springthorpe is to be editor of the federal medical jourial, to be published shortly, entitled "The Australasian Gazette." Mr. Robert Harper. M,L.A.. says that Melbourne has become the residental city of wealthy Australians. Where are they ? Perhaps -he refers to the residential citizens in the Melbourne Cemetery. Postmaster-General Cook, of N.S.W., has ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

The Railway Commissioners hope to reduce working expenses of the depart mont by .'100,000 by the end of the year.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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GIPPSLAND MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. FORTHCOMING MEETING AT WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

CIPPSLAND MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. FORTHCOM?ING MEETING AT WARRAGUL. -o Business for meeting at Shire Hall, Warragul, on Tuesday, the 29th of January, at 11 a.m.: Postponed from previous meetings. -By the Shire of Bairnsdale : Re Country Fire Brigades loan. Omeo: Re ratepayers to be enrolled -rates paid or not. Fresh proposals for consideration. By the Shire of Poowong and Jeetho: That ratepayers be compelled to cut all scrub and ring bark all trees for two chains on each side of roads through their properties. Avon : That it be a recommendation for shires to introduce salmon and trout into the Gippsland streams. Maffra: To amend the Pounds Act -section 5--after and in the 8th line, " and at such sale the pound keeper or any auctioucer appointed by the municipality shall conduct such sale. and that the sale be held at the nearest pound or other place appointed by the municipality." \Maffra : Thatsparrows be proclaimed vermin. Maffra-: That doctors' and lawyers' fees be limited by law....

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

TELEGRAM.ýM~ Ziicto ix.-To ar'f ron any jtation, six wards or unlci, 6d:; 1ecih, diti n1 word Id `aino teaid addrcss M £ne'ndr and rccirer is not chargsd. \ t.SXale .- T enords, l ;addtiona w`ord, '-d. S. XnstraliV and Tas n-aniaTcn2rs 2s.; additional word. "' / Te es adnTew s, a s, ; chch additional word. :;d. adsoa 5o;:iitswordr 'Ii-a siddross 401(1' sirn'-ture of iuirssages to5 's Ze tlantd are U-nited Kng'anhom 3 10d. per word.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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FORGERY OF A CHEQUE. A WARRAGUL TRADESMAN DUPED. ARREST OF THE ACCUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

FORCERY O'A CHEQUE. A WARRAGUL TRADESMAN DUPED; ARREST OF THE ACCUSED. Just prior to the commencement of the Christmas holidays Mr.Frank Kendall, 1 draper, Warragul, cashed a cheque for £4 I 10s, and a day or two ago discovered that v the signature on the document was at forgery. The offender is alleged to be one James King, a laborer, employed by Mr. Martin Moran, farmer, M'Donald's track, and previously engaged by Mr. Richard Herberts, a farmer living in the same locality. It appears that Mr. Herberts is at customer of Messrs. Anderson Bros., store. keepers. Warragul, and that on the 16th of December last Mr. Anderson received a letter, purporting to be signed by Herberts, requesting him to send three blank cheques, as he had some money to pay away before the holidays, and it would save him the trouble of coming into the township. Mr. Anderson accordingly sent the cheque forms by the mailleaving on Friday, December 21st, and arriving at Sea View in the afternoon of that day. Befor...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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TURF AND FIELD [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

TURF AND FIELD A meeting of those interestedt 1 l formation of a race club in Wan will be held in the Shire-hall, on 1"", nesday evening. It is anticipatehd.lt: the attendance will be large and thita strong club will be formed. It is jr posed to make a course on the reset between Mr. Marrabel's residence al the show ground, using a portion of t latter, and the building, and it is thloug that a suitable track could he formed £100, and one contractor has offered r do the work and wait 12 months for t lmoniey. There are all sorts of stories goil the rounds about the amount tl English team won by their victory la Thursday. As a matter of fact tl silver mounted ball presented to \\ Brockwell was the only extra gain the team. The craze for averages does sat appear to affect Mr. Stoddart in h selection of bowlers. Richardson at Peel were kept on in spite of the rut scored off them. Richardson tired tl. batsmen by his fast bowling, the pac never slackening, hour after hou while Peel worried...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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YARRAGON. STATE SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

YARRACON. STATE SCHOOL PICNIC. (FROn OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). The annual Picnic. given by the teachers of the above school took place on Friday last--an event which is always looked forward to with great delight by the' young people in the vicinity and also by the parents and friends. The school was tastefully decorated ond plenty of first class eatables was provided, also toys and prizes for the various events. At an early hour the small "lords and ladies" of creation assembled in full force, and the firstspread partaken of at 13.30, after which a few events were competed for, then down came the rain in torrents, and continued incessantly for hours causing a postponement till the first fine day. The Rev. Mr. Chambers kindly rendered some readings and recitations in excellent style and the scholars sang, when-another spread was disposed of, 'and all d ersed till next day which was, gloriously fine after the- rain of the previous day..~Fully 200 assembled, scholars and' parents, and p...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE BOT FLY. AND ITS HABITS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

THE BOT FLY. - -4-- AND ITS HABITS. o -o A correspondent sends us the follow ing remarks in reference to that nbw well known pest, the Bot fly. Sir, Bearing in mind the many contro versies which took place in the news papers some little time back and the fact that I see by a recent issue of the Morwell paper that the Bot fly has again made its appearance in that dis trict; it may be of someinterest to some of your readers to know that it is also in these parts. I have long been anxious to see the Bot at work, but until to-day had not been afforded an opportunity of doing so. This morn ing, however, on going to feed my horse, which was standing in the open yard, I noticed that he was very uneasy, stamping about, shaking his head, and pawing the ground with his fore and hind feet. This went on for some time, and as I could not see any apparent cause I caught him, for the purpose of examining him. Presently a fly appeared upon the scene, and immediately the horse again exhibited the sa...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. The following accounts are lying at the Receipt and Pay Office, Warragul : P. Bellingham, R. Burns, F. A. Carlsson, W. Chappell, A. Cain, J. Clarke, J. Ducey, E. Frost. C. Hibbeler, G. Hodges, J. F. Joyce, D. Jones, R. Jolly, J. Jennett, T. Kelleher, P. Kinnane, C. Leach, T. J. Lonergan, N. O. McGuirk, H. Mackenzie (2), A. Mackenzie, J. E. McMahon, W. Manton, E. Moore, J. F. Maher, R. Paterson, D. Patter. son, W. J. Roberts, J. Scott, J. W, Wil. liams, W, . TYoung,

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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CRICKET. WARRAGUL v. DROUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

CRICKET. WARRIAGUi v. ,DROUIN. o-- The Warragul team of crick4 journeyed to Drouin on Saturday IL to fulfil their engagement withg y locals there to play a friendly ga: Brewer, the skipper of the "Warra: won the toss and elected to i:' taking the willow himself accompts. by A. Rice, but both retired . making two andthreerunreerunsrespecti, A. Love and D. Rice. the two " men, however, 'evidently won: determined to break the bowling, this they did-hitting freely, when the third wicket fell D99 the respectable number put up Rice succumbing to a catch Tindale, having made :5, his vis-a not being disposed of till he totalled to his credit 53 by free fearless batting. Ryan who she good form, made a modest 37, v:" Howell and Small with 17 an'i respectively played good cn Blythe (4 for 20) and Tindale (8 50) divided the bowling honors: the local team. Drouin have ma;(: good start with two wickets down 52 runs-Tiidale being not out 0 88 to his credit. The game will.s resumed on'Saturday next...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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OUR DOINGS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

" OUR DOINGS TO DATE. Petitions praying the Legislative Coun cil to~ efuie'its assent to the Land and Income Tax Bill were presented on Thursday by Mr. C. Sargeant M.L.C., from land owners of Benambra and rate payers of Yarragon, and from electors 2 of the Gippsland Provinco by Mr. Geo. I Davis. On Friday Mr. Sargeant presentedlsimilar petitions from the rate payers of Allambee and Trafalgar. - Messrs. M'Coll and Sons, of the Premier 2 Sarw. Mill, South Warragul, are in receipt of iran order for 25,000 feet of sawn mess mate timber, which is intended for the English market. The order comes from a Melbourne firm, who will pay a stated price per 100 feet, and accept all risks. There is a growing feeling amongst saw millers; that the industry will shortly improve, owing to the probability of a large trade being developed with England, where, it is said, there is an unlimited demand for Australian woods. There is, in truth, much need for the expected. improvement in this once important ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

Publio Noticq. DRINK "Myrtle" Blend # TEA% In Fackets at Is 8d, Is 6d and Is 9d per lb. In 51b. Tins at 6s, 7s & 8s 6d each. In 101b. Tins at 12s, 14s and 16s 6d each. DRINK "Myrtle" Blend 4dTEA%, In Packets at Is ad, Is 6d and Is 9d per lb. In Slb. Tins at Os, 78 & 8s Gd each. In 101b Tins at 12s, 14s and 16s d each. DRINK "Myrtle" Blend dOTEAJ In Packets at Is 8d, Is G6d and Is Od per lb. In 5lb. Tins at 6s, 7s & 8s:6d each. In lOlb; Tins at 12s, 14s and 16s Gd each. WalkerBros,' GROCERS AND IRONMONGERS SMITH STREET, WARRACUL Public Notice. Just Arrived, SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, LATEST PATTERNS AND NEWEST STYLES. `-0- See Windows! Call and Inspect before Going Elsewhere! Anderson Bros., Victorti-st., Warragul. Warragul Dispensary. ARTHUR U. LEWIS, Pharmaceutical Chemist, BEGS to draw the attention of the inhabitants of Warragul and the surrounding districts, to his entirely NEW STOCK of the very best and purest Drugs, Chemicals, Paten...

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CHLORIDE OF LIME FOR SNAKE BITE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

CHLORIDE OF LIME FOR SNAKE BITE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS. -0o- Sir,- I am asked by so many country people for more explicit directions for the use of chloride of lime (bleaching powder) in cases of snake-bite that, to save mysetf the trouble of writing all over the colony I fly to your assist ance. A fearfuli case has lately been treated most heroically by Dr. Mao. kenzie, of Korumburra. He injected the patient 25 times during the three days the man was ill. each injection soon improving his condition, It is necessary to remember that the solution he used was the full strength, 1 in 12. No pain followed the injec tions. lie also injected the same solution eight times under his own skin with no more inconvenience than a prick of a pin, consequently I should not now, as recommended by Dr Calmette, dilute it further. We in Australia are probably the first to use the remedy on the human subject. To prepare tile solution the best way is to get a lioz or l4ozor 12oz bottle, make your s...

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A TRIP UP ALOFT! A WALK OVER "CHARLEMONT." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

A TRIP UP ALOFTi ! A WALK OVER "CHARLEMONT." -0 [BY MJourTAncEEl]-. I ,ave a short sketch of a trip along MIDonald's-track in your last issue.. but fearing to trespass too much on your space, I refrained from touching the grazing, dairying, or farming pro ircss made in that direction, and as a report of same may be of interest to your subscribers, I herewith give my impressions. Starting at Mr. Lyons' place, which is very pleasantly situated on the brow of a large hill, or rather spur, I was shown over the whole farm by the owner himself, and ound the land to be of a first-class order - growing almost anything. lthough only a small quantity of the oil was tilled, that shown me bore rops of rare proficiency-potatoes -d oats. Mr. Lyons', who touches razing and dairying, spoke in exceed ugly high terms of the land for agri ultural purposes, and assured me at the place was second to none in to colony forgrass-cattle andhorses .ing literally covered on somle .otions of his farm. Everythi...

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POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

POSTAL IN"OR"i TION. E?tLr.si" . s - \ c GEcATh 1'sT .O icE. Placles, 4.?0 p.mi' the day'refore steamer leaves. Registered let(er.s, 11.30. a.m. the day mail leave:s. Ordilmuryletter, p;teclTs andiewsipaej, Spin. dayan, l le iaves. ` l'ascIes' l'ot.-Ltnit of weight, 11 ilbs. l1 Postage-Unlited Kingdom, 2 lbs or under, Is. 6d.; each ladditional 1 lb or under, td. Indi:. 1 lb. or under, Is.; each additional 1 lb.. Is. . .. . . - - 1'arles tare alo fouwardled,,-ia Loudon to every holony andt country to w~hich the United Kingdom sends parcels. lIttes nrod juarticulars can be obtained at any post fict e. E 1us:a ji s tus. -Inil unl Ln. era 2tE'ery olurce _d: ; n, ? thters;' d t. tutliiioi:il. Intercolmi:al.-Letters.-Every lalIfoance or nider, "dl. )Pacl:et.-- Every "oz. or inder .ld. Joolksand:ungazines.-Every 4 oz. ,r ?uder, El. sNewspaers, 3d. 1'ack:ets to -New Soulth W ales and Queensland, containing articles of any value, must be paid l]eter rate. Inland iarcel Po.t.--Litit. i lbs, R...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

RAILWA!IY TIiIME.-TABLE. °AI:I1AGUL TO 1iELO`OUIS.XE. W`arragul 11. 4.:15 7.555 Droawnfl1 1.2 .5 81 Bariidd'. i-r Tmiagf ..ld. b .1 8.39 Sar-nnr aiu 12.0 5. 10i S-51 Oaklei;;5h (a) I. 16t 17. Oakleigh (d) 1.21", 0:.33 10.16 Melbotiene 11:15 7.1 5 .t"110.40 i~ll'i.l:IflIR\1": 70 \PAI:I:.\GISL. Itep. am n~am jp.m MIelboure7.01151 13 Oakltcip 8.2 10.',0 5.2 ]lk.to nong .. .8.4 1.15 5:2. liern ick t-0.1.251 'Zgilonilat -. "1 -751 liunyip . 10.4 2.491 " 6:15 Lcngrarbcnr 8.1. 6-55 Daro'in21 1 7410 IWart-n tl 10., is t 1.77.5 " 'AiITiAGUL TO TIhARiAMON. ltctoritpe. a.1 pan tIp Warr.l .11.5 5.::3 7.50 hittoatitrld t1.15 .t2 7. Tar Jr I1.-1 _i 6.413 5.10 MTraaýa ..11.45 1 141 2,So11.52 7.1 55 Mlonrl .. 1227;1 :.0 Traite-S aa 12.:0 .:9 91 SIiAI::tLGOS TO WMSIUGIiUL. Trate,,'ott :-t.5 1.4 {- .4 .\Ionrel 2 .1 51 Va } 1.43 2.55 15.( T.,t-tar, ." ,10.1 3.0 5 arraagon 10.1 . 6.ti lltoo-atAe~d 10.31 3.5. . 7.1 Warrn ul . j 10.85 411 7620 T51 UALGtO\ T) SALE 1Žre ratire p.m P.111 £rmlro5ta It.l ~i "...

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OUR POLITICAL MIRROR. SOME IMPARTIAL REFLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

OUR . POLITICAL. MIRROR;: SOME IMPARTIAL RE FLECTIONS. ----0- The Legislative Council met on Thursday for the first time after the Christmas recess, and commenced its discussion of the Land aid: Income Tax Bill. The Solicitor-General Mr. Cnthbert--moved " the " second reading of the-Bill in a speech of con 'siderable length and was replied to by Mr. Fitzgerald, after which the debate was adjourned to the following day. On resuming on Friday the speakers were Mr. Wynne, Mr. Fraser, Mr. Bell and Mr. C. J. Ham, all of whom spoke in opposition to the measure; and the debate stood ad journed until Tuesday on the motion of Mr. G. Davis. Forty petitions against' the ,Land: Tax Bill were presented to the Council on Thursday. Referring to these petitions the A' Age" says: "It is noteworthy,. by. the way, that these petitions, which came in with such a flourish, contained all told, only 2922 signatures, and they form an example'of how much -ioise can be made by a few people who want to evade ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895

Fublic Notices., THE WARRAUJL ACENCY CO. - -0- -Land, Estate. Insurance, LAD General Conmission Agents. --I5t, i.ANCES AFFECTED. -Rents and Debts Colltctd. Land for Sale and To Let. Small or Large Sixms to Lend on good Security. Stock, Produce, & Sundry RegisterI kept. --0-o ALAN J. LOVE, M Yazinger. O:in:: Queen-st., Warragul. Next l.uffoun Hotel. NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE CO. Aux J.. Lore is now appointed Agcnt or this Company at Warragul. to whom pro pJals for Insurance may be made, and Re newal Premiums Paid. JAMES BUTTLE, MIanagcr for Victoria. GOLDFIELDS. - WEST AUSTRALIA. - --o- ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP " CO., LDIITEr: Cheap Passage Rates, By E.xpress ra.se~ger Stcamers. Next Sailing s. "'DULLA1lA. WEDNESDAY, 9th January, at 4 p.m. from Australhan Wharf, Melbourne. For Albany, Fremantle. taking Passengers to ieraldton. Northam. Southern Cross, Cool gardic, Murchison, and all West A?str"iaen forts. ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., L Errmo. C. S. WCILLIIOTT, Agent. 'ob'os Buildings, corne...

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