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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880
Shire Anbfincements. aluation NYotices continued. Sandiford S Rev house &c Warragul 25 Smith, G. . S. bank prein. ,, 30 130 ,, George land DrouinE. 13 316 Sanders & Irwin 4 310 Smith, John " , 50 318 , Thos. ,, 43 160 Shearman J. 17 Shilley IL C. allot. 5 Warragul 3 Spong Jo , 20 - , 16 Scroder Jacob allotment Buln Bu 4 for Commercial Bank Skinner J.St. ILhouse :' 8 Streitberg G. allot. 1 Darnum 3 Spence D. 8 Waramgul 3 Stead The. , 36 6 Sullivan Pat. ,,- 16 ,, 5 Scudamore G. 43 house .. 8 20 Sutherland I. land . , .S 10 9S Tait James , Drouin E. 15 2SO Tate Ephraim " ,, 45 128 Tatterson E. - BulnBuln 30 . .'shop etc. ,, 15 2 . , E. land &c. Dronin E. 6 allot 5 8 9 to 12 13 14 17 Warragul 35 hotel & allot , 80 , shop allot.1011 ,, 20 allot. 14 ,, 5 TrineA&Co. ,, 15 , 5 John ,,22 & hose , 25 ,, house ete. 7 hall . 12 h J. & A. sawmill ,, 83 Theibolt Etienne house allot . 8 Trinca & Connor allot. 15 ,, 71 Taylor V. allot....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880
" What is life !".soh :don6 sk6dMlontfordj His-answer was' one of the'mdst charmii things ever 'written: "The 'present.life is sleeping and Waking; it is'' fodl-night' on going to bed; nd ' good-morrnIg' on getting up; it is to wonder ;«'hat the day will bring forth i; it is rain on the window as one sit'by the fire; it 'is to'irlk in the gardon and see tbe floweri and hear tho bLirdssing ;'itis to haye news from east, west, north and south; it is' to road old books and nqi' books; it is to see picturesh ah heaifiidisic ; it is-to hive Sundays ; it isto' pray.ith a faulily 'liotni and evening; it is to sit in the twilight and 'meditate ;oit i tolihave' breakfast and dinner and:tea i it is to belong to a towii and hlis neighbours, and toblecome'fonein'a circlo of acquaintancos'; it is to have friends' aid love it, is to' have siight of 'dnearold fices; mail with some men, it is to be kissed'witli th samncloing lips fifty ycanrs'iind itis ti klnow :theinelve thlougt of'niany tiimsa da...
TURKISH COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880
TURKISEI COOKERY. - A well-cooked dinner in Turkey, even if it be a Ia Torque, is not by any means to be despised. A taste for some Turkish plats, such as, for instance, the great dish of the country, pilaf,' or buttered rice, which is so general a favourite as. to be often called for twice at a Turkish 'enter. tsinment, does not come naturally to the Occidental, and is only relished,. after painful. experiences;. but the 'yraik or chopped mutton rolled up with rice.and highly seasoned, 'will commend itself to any man with an appetite. A .Turkish dinner, like a French table d'h6?e, is never considered complete without the introduction of' chicken in some form commonly in a pasty-and it is rare, in. deed, when in season,' that a dish of spinach is forgotten. That mutton and lamb, the usual meats in Turkey, are always boiled or roasted to rags cannot be denied; but this treatment is almost necessitated by the primitive mode of helping themselves to food which still obtains among the F...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880
. ...-. Studt.Horses, . THE PURE-BRED CLYDESDALE CART STALLION YANGREY'S PRIDE, -Will Stand for the Season, at Mr. Affleck's, Tctoora, Sonth Warragul. -ANGREY'S PRIDE is a bright bay, SJL standing 165 hands high, on very short legs, with plenty of hair and goodflat bone. Yangrey's Pride's sire is that well known Clydesdale stallion Farmer IL, im ported from Scotland by that well-known judge Mr. D. Kennedy, and sold to Mr. A. Watson, of Kyneton, for the sum of S00 guineas. The sire of Farmer II was the pore-bred Clydesdale stallion Farmer's Fancy (see Clydesdale Stud Book for pedi gree.) The dam of Tangrey's Pride was a celebrated prize mare, the property of Mr. R. Urquhart, got by Renfrew, im ported; g.d Rosa by Surprise; g.g.d Gipsy by Farmer's Favorite; g.g.g.d by Wes thorne; g.g.g.g.dbyIronDuke. Yangrey's Pride took First Prize at Warrnambool, as a yearling, in ISi8, beating 23 exhibits, and Chinpion Prize as'best colt on the ground. As a 2-year oldhe took First Prizes at Warr Tn...
WARRAGUL LAND BOARD. THURSDAY, 16TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880
WARRGtGUL LAIND MBARD.. STuitmSDYiz, 'xi DECEM5EB:,2 The ollowing applications were con sider?l by J. J.Blundell,:Esq., Land Oflicer, at the Local Land Board Geldd: at the Royal Hotel, WIaragul, on thl above date : S1. Win. P. Cameron,'320 acres, parish of Allambee.-Posponed, ..applicant not pre sent. ! 2. Chas.-D:-Cameron, 320 ares,' parish of Allambee.-Postponed, app'lidat 'not present. S3. George H. Dumaresq,320 acres, parish of Allambei E., Winm. Stewart'B forfeited bllock.-Recommended, subject to.road:con- ; ditions. 4. David Aubrey, 91 aces, parish of Bunyip.-Recommended 'subject "'oroad conditions.. .... 5.' Johui Carson, 200 ace, parish of Dronin W.-Postponed, applicant not pre-- sent. .: '". " ' 1 '? '. 6. C. S. 'Yorath, 320 acres, parish of Jeetho, John Farnsworth's forfeited block. -Recommended, subject to road conditions. 7. Andrew Belfrago, 240 acres, parish of.. Jeetho.-Recommended subject torod coi.: ditions.' :: ... . .. 8: David Hill' 320 acres parish' of Jam buina....
EXECUTIONS I HAVE SEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880
EXECUTIONS I HAVE SEEN. It may not be out of place' to describe a French civil execution by means of the gillotine, the decapitating instrument which has been in use in France ever since the Reign of Terror-the famous and world-widely known guillotine, the instrument by which Marie Antoinette ad Louis XVL met their deaths, along with thousands of innocent victims in 1792-93. I suppose every one knows, from reading, from pictures, or from rselal experience, what a guillotine is really like, and therefore there is no need to describe it. On the morning of the ertection the guillotine is taken out .of the shed in which it is usually kept, and onunted on four stones, which mark the spot where the guillotine always is placed notide theiPrison de la ,oquett--close to the cemetery of Pere Ia Chaise-in which all condemned criminals are con ~ned. It is said that in old days, if the wretch who was to die at daybreak heard the hammering of the men putting up the guillotine it cruelly affected ...
EMILE ZOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880
EMILE ZOLA. You feel the same pleasure in reading Zola's novels that you would have in hearing a very blunt man talk, even if he were brutal; a man who expresses, as Othello says, his worst ideas in his worst language, who describes what he sees, repeats what he hears, says what he thinks, and tells what he is, without any regard for any one's feelings, and just as if he were talking to himself—á la bonne heure! From the very first lines you know with whom you are dealing. The delicate persons retire—that is an under- stood matter; he does not conceal or embellish anything, either sentiments, &nbsp; thoughts, conversations, acts, or places. . . . In the moral order, he unveils in his characters those deepest feelings which are generally profound secrets, and are tremblingly whispered through the window of the confessional. In the material order, he makes up perceive every odour, every flavour, and every contact. In language, he scarcely re- frains from those few unpronouncea...
FAINT HEART AND FAIR LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880
FAINT HEART AND FAIR LADY. No one under the cope is more amiably disposed toward -charitable institutions than Iair. Philosophirllyspeaking,- Iregard the various asylums which ornament our city with thevr costly archltecture -as the most digni fied: ornaments of a humane age. Neverthe.' less, I aver that charity is never so tru'y i deity as whenashe is made one of the penates of a man's owni learthstonee I am convinced -and. like most of- my convictions,- it is an obstinate fact'-that IHeaven does not regard a bequest- to izistitutions, already over-en dowed, at the expense of one's needy'rela tives, as the lnrgest demand upon its favor. The fashionable practice of endowing fat charitable -corpoiations 'at one's decease is merely a relic of'the medieral superstilion which often built an abbey with the proceeds of a life of rapine- and' violence." ' The man who forgets other people's orphans during his life to succour them after hisdeath at'the experise of his own, -presents buit poo...
SMALL SALAD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 30 December 1880
* SMALL SALAD. B asbfalneosa is exlnairvuy a malZcnline emr ti?3nt. . A- aheriffs ý officer is generally ready to aerve- you.,; STh ereLone thin diffiult fora wife tefot *~ ~ he mbn The absence of frit4h. t . l m half aplebeian red herring comfor$ joblyyawall oediizpreferabe to a ulmon' ;hdokL· one stiekiiul m poor throat. A - eciet#:ý jornaiat stands a good chann Jflanllhiarel. estateif--he become too It's moetly those who eneer at professiofl' eeautis who -aro too plain themselves evre IOr~annetecuru..
BRANDY CREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 30 December 1880
BRiANDY CREEK RACES.. The S?outh Gippsland' Tiurf Club] ,. Races wrhich took place in Mr. ]Bown's': paddockaiitBrandy Crick, on'Boxiug?i Day, were? well attended, and the weather being propitious, a most on joyable day.was spnei. A fullioport is held over till next week, buti ttheo ' following is list of the vrious evo?ts a'd names of the winners - III4IDEN, PLATE. For horses which hiavenever woi a prize. Ehtrance,.ls. ,is Dietanco; .once round the t Icourse. Weight for age. Prizes, J. Mabel 1; Countess 2; Harold 5. 'SOUT GZIPrsAIaiD HANDiCAP. Entrince, 'l. Distance, about two miles. Prize, £.10.. Mabel" 1'; Mayi Ply 2'; Bu miln. S... HANDIcaP HURDLE. Entrance, 12s. Cd. Distance, twico round the course-about two milesa over eight jumps. Ride'r ' weight not leis than 10 stone. : Heigit of hurdles, 8 feet 8 inches. ' Prize,, .26. Guardsman ''iouTn. , One mile heats. Entrance,10 los'i prize, new saddle; second, new, bridle. Value of saddle and bridleo. 5 Ss.', .Nim?rodl ; Lady. Adley 2...
Forging the Chain. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 30 December 1880
Forging the . Chain. - BY E,. QUAD. § Itehadel'enn rmaing~llt heo sedsor w steady, summer rain, which came down softly 1 and warmly, and soaked everything with its refreshing drops. Our house overlooked the Bay, and I had been standing in the balcony for more than an hour, gazing moodily at the waves"coming sullenly in with their foam capedl crests, subduei by.the steady down pour, standing in the dusky twilight, quite unconscious of how the time passed. We had a picnic in the paddock, which stretched down to the sea, about a mile from the house, and when the rain came on they came home to mamma's to finish the day, and go away when the rain stopped. Of course we didn't want much preparation; we were allfull of fun, and it was no trouble to clear.out the big sittingroom far a dance. 'I could hear their merry voices at ntervals, but I did not pay much attention to them or their.muse. ments. The air was bot and quiet, and the wind seemed filled with the sad voices of the night.. It cl...
CHARADES. I. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 30 December 1880
CIE.ARADES. My first's the joy i ,f ,very coy duae, And in my second' o'er to England came: My whole of every household lfors apart; Thou art not scionm ., but thou teachsat On, AAAA-H :HNN- PPTEZ No name of natiot , or of place I by thmeslett a mean ; But if you do then . rightly trace, And puea Te r in its place, Anamawilltil Lbe' seen. To know what-ni le these letters tdl Take youarible aiad read it well. My fst is a bird, ayseeond isa bird, i my whole is a.bird., My first is what 3 -!nr are doing now; S: 3yaecondi p ocured from stone; Before my wholert you often stand, But.mostly whla, yon are alone. Without my first my taeend cold nere have existed, and imy:whole:is coealreilh creation. :.1_ 1. Tea-cl: eat. 2.: See0?.esisxli., 4?. 3. Sporm: w-hawk. 4. Look iag.glass. 5. Sun-"o y.
Indoor Games. THE TWO OLD MAIDS, MISS TIBBINS AND MISS BIBBINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 30 December 1880
Indoor Games, THE TWO OLD MAIDS, MISS fIB AND MISS BIBBINS. amut ait in the niddle of the room, ?a rink a cup of tea while they harve a of scandal MADAME LA CHATTE AND HER PUPILS. One Lady-four or fire Gentlemen. Madame la Chatte being seated iE uniddle-of the room, her pupils stand in s, before her; when abhe gives out a word w$ they must selbackwaids, takinc place they misopell it. She may ~ ve her purname or Christian name if she pleases THE HORRID MAN. One Gentleman. He must go round and pay a bad crv. inent to every lady in the room, who ?' answer, "You horrid man!" . -, THE POST. The whole Party. The party are seated in two rows hd each other down the room; one person?i?i ihairleso, and becomes postman. He te a piece of paper and a pencil, and aks e person to take the name of a post-towe, n lish or foreign, which he writes down. i When every one is seated the poet=. alls out, "Tihe post is going between Il don and Yorly;" or any other two ton chosen as names by the players. Th...
Mabel's Honeymoon A TRUE TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 30 December 1880
MYabel's Honeymoon A TRUE TALE. By X. X. It is a wet, drizzling, cold afternoon, the wintry wind howling up tbe dsetprl .tre5 or nyaney, and the rain plashing and splut tering in the puddles of the pavements of the footpaths, and 'dribbling in hostly 'figures down the window panes of the shops. It was scarcely four o'clock," but it was dark already,'snd the shops were all aglow with the gas that lit up the interiors with a soft and warm, mellowness; seeming to defy the elements which 'raged: :war without.' Shortly before dusk, a woman emerged frot? a miserble house in one of the inbstfdulsome streetsoof the city. That she did noteg of her own free will was evident, for- the land that pushed her forth'almost sent her proned upon' the ~Javvement with the'. spitefulness 'hrn f ahee and'i hatred" s , :;a . : ' Yqu can go, you'hussy !" a harsh voice erclaiintd from within,' "and may yon nerer darken my doors again, you wretoh I1 "It does not matter." The slight and graceful figure of the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 30 December 1880
SGovernment Advertisements. +s o cttt Na.. . . & o ce aid? y roje --9 ? -- u . '~~t~in r~muel' -fee fa- r m-er n'tal AD. At 10. ELgEVENTH: SOHEDU : 3LEFCTORAL DISTRSR ICT OPF SOTTTf G a13SXPPSLBAD. B.ULN BULN DIVISION. LIST OF KAMS OBJECTED iTO UePOr GENER AL ..LIST. . mber Surnmame of Christian esi Groundo Column Grounds of401.- lien GrNmes: Nteor 'gef - " . - eetor' objectedto a Objector Objecto r tionse by trar? ob Sight n. f.l. Regist. - jetd "ection. 39 Athen Samuel. Blooie l farmer residenta 8 Atkin clagnus arpenter 61 A.tkin -" Charles farmer 433457 Affleck Thomas McDonald's Track carpenter 401421 Ames JaohnbS. Drouin W. lec "r 401423 Alberoni eorge ongarry selector 401433 Allen George ,, sa er 412328 Aitken. Magnus beo builder 421663 Ahern Daniel Boomfield selector 4216i7 Alforad William y Buln Buln. ,, ,- . 446617 Afdleck Charles S. Lardner graier" . 446625 Allen Jabez Drouin W selector 446627 All=n ' James. ,, . .hotel-kee 475522 Adnims William Water0loo 475507 Atk...
The Warragul Guardian. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 30 December 1880
THUESDAY, DECEBER 80; 1880. In reference to the absence'of local read ing matter from our columns thisiweek, we beg ato say that, in accordance with he. usual custom in the country, we intendedto - drop the present ordinary publication, and. issue only the special holiday supplement.. which we now have the pleasure'to present td our subscribers with this issue. -The :: change in our plans was occaaioned by the. necessity of publishing the list of names: objected to on the general list for the Buln Buln Division, which occupies the greater portion of our second page ; and also owing: to the necessity of publishing the list of. valuations for the South-eastern Riding of the Buln Buln!Shire. Our subscribers will terefore please accept this notification as an apology for holding over reports of lo al matters for want of space, even had time permitted. With, our next issue we shall present our usual calendar supplement to subscribers, and,- in concluding this brief , allusion to ourselve...
CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 30 December 1880
CONU 'DRUMS. 1.-- Why is a ater-ily like a whale! 2.-- Why are wooden ships (as compard with irdclads) of the female sex! 3." -.Whyis a14 'heirapparent" toa thron? ke an umbrella on a wet day. 4.- -Why-do, cabmez .prefer. tall ladies to shortones? 5.- -Why are& biei enu like railtly ..porters! . 6. -Why is a wisenman like a pin! 7.. -What.ia tlat which must be taken from you before you can give it away! S - , ..... - . aSwzas. I -Becaus-it comes t the surface to blow. .L - Becaus they are the weaker vesels. 3. -Because.heis ready for the next reigE 4" -Becans, the higher thefiare the bettf . i: they.like it 5.-Because theydo a gooddeal ofcoli 6. -Because he has got a head .and com9 S. to.the point. ;-A photograph.
A CHRISTMAS ROMANCE IN THROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 30 December 1880
CI8T34AS ROMASCe i1 - ROUGH. It was Christmas Eve. Streets-brilliantly lit ehbp'w toys-ay crowds-snow on the -everybody ont-Christmas turtey SJane Allalone wandered alon saweet, sad face-wistfulgees. Five years before, J-c G y Chritmas Eve-betrothed to away-India-ship lost-never . foundered on oast of Africa. Jane - held on to hope - never . marry-pined away, etc pated-mortae on Janen amother'i" Away, villain Rather pvr Turned out of doors-home 'ss Down by the dark river-Pier ., was about to take the fatal plane. Jp Allalone did. Bat just then t with Captain James Goodygoody, not been lot at all, came sailin? a dock, loaded to the watater edge w milk dresaes, and tea. Captain Gd saw Jane strarl in the river. B. her out with a boat-hook and hauled board. "My Janet" "My Jamea!" SThe cook dried her at the galley N They were married on Christmas.