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THE LOCAL GENERAL PRINTING WORKS. THE "GUARDIAN AND NEWS," QUEEN-STREET, WARRAGUL. CHARGES REDUCED TO MELBOURNE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

THE LOCAL GENERAL PRISTING WoRKs. TIIE " GuAuRDIA .ALD NEWS," QUELE.-STREET, WARRAGUL. C.1ARGES REDUIED TO TMELBOURNE RATES. About 50 ladies and gentlemen attended a very pleasant dance given by Mr. and Mrs Williams at Willowgrove, on Thursday night. Dancing was kept up till daylight, excellent music being kindly supplied by Miss Vencent (piano) and Mr.- T. Irvine (violin and flute),- whilst Mr. B. Cadden acted as M.C. At the conclusion, Mr. Edmonds thanked Mr. and Mrs. Williams for the hospitalityshown, and the company dispersed after singing "Auld lang syne." Owing to the Railway Commissioners having notified their intention of taking only enough coal from the Coalville mines to work the Gippsland railway system from Warragul upwards, the miners have all ceased work pending fresh arrangements. A complimentary dance to Mr and Mrs Bilson was given on Monday in the Mechanics' Institute Yarragon. It was supposed to be a surprise party, but as the whole afternoon was spent in tastefull...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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OUR DOINGS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

OUR DOINGS TO DATE. Au expensive piece of advertising ::: i been undertaken by the Sun Insurti.ce Company, which has provided each , it agents with a castly and beautifully -c::. mented sign, representing a heavy n. . shield, eighteen inches in length., =r-i mounted by a full-sized crown and af -2 i to a solid board measuring about rih feet by two. The coloring and gildi:: is i very artistically, done, and the cri:.:: n shield, with its golden lettering, stas:ding out in bold relief, shows up well o.: the dark blue background. Each sig.,, c: course, represents considerable value, ad i consequently every agent has to ad.snce a monetary guarantee to ensure its ,cing treated with care and safelyprotecte . It is therefore evident that the compi.ny in: question places no mean estimate c:: the value of advertising. The local ag-ni is Mr. J. L. Parkes, and we notice h.e ha just had the sign erected isnmale?iay over the entrance to his office in Que :;. street. The proprietors ot the Northe...

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CRICKET. WARRAGUL v. JINDIVICK. SPLENDID SCORE BY WARRAGUL [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

CRICKET.. WARRGMUL v. JINDIVICK. SPLEtNDID SCOIiE BY WARRIAGUL The Jindiviek men came to Warra gul on Saturday to play their return mnato against the local club. The .visitors made no secret that they were putting their strongest team into the field that had represented them this season. Before the match the War ragul club were called upon to elect an Honorary Secretary and Captain in place of Mr. Brewer who had left the district. Mr. F... II. Small was elected to fill the dual position and mention was made of the valuable services the late secretary had rendered to the club. It was decided to make some recognition of those services to Mr. Brewer. Willis and Ryan opened proceedingq on behalf of Warragul and before a separation took place, 57 runs were made, Ryan retiring for 17. Arch Love took Ryan's place but was bowled by a really good ball from Hutchinson-2.6.78. Rice was the next man in and he and Willis treated the bowling in a most merciless manner. -Several bowlers were tried...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WtARRAGUL TO (MELBOURNE. Dep. a.m. p.m. p.m. Warragul . 11.9 .1.5 7.55 Dr?mu .. 11.21 4.50 8.10 Longw-arry .. 11.31 5.5 8.25 Bunyip. .. 11.38 5.151 8.32 Garfield 11.45 5.23 8.39 Tynong .. 11.52 5.30 8.46 Nar-nar-goon .. 12.0 5.40 8.54 Pakenham ' 1 12.9 5.52 9.4 Beaconsfield . 12.25 614 9.20 Berwick .. 12.30 6.18 9.23 Dandenong 12.53 6.50 9.52 Oakleigh (a) .. 1.16 7.19 - Oakleigh (d) .. 1.21 7.23 10.16 Melbourne 1.45 " 7.52 I 10.40 MIEIBOUTRNE 10 WARRAGUL. Dep. a.m a.m p.m Melbourne .. 7.50 11.50 4.30 Oakleigh .. 8.22 12.0 5.2 Dandcnong .. .46 1.15 . Berwick .. 9.10 1.42 5.52 Beaconsfield . 9.13 1.46 5.56 Pakenham . 9.31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goon . 9.144 2.18! 6.24 Tynong 9.5' 2.2 , 6.32 Garfield 9.58 2 .315 6.31 Bunyip . 10.41 2.49 6.48 Longwarry 10.10 3.1 6.55 Drouin 10.23 3.21 7.10 Warragul 10.38 3.37 7.25 WAIRRAGUL TO TBARALGON. Departure. a.m p.m p.m Warragul .. 11.8 5.45 . 7.50 Bloomfield .. 11.15 5.52 7.55 Darnum .. 11:22 6.0 8.0 - Yarragor .. 11.33 6.15 8.10 T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

Public Notices.' SAMUEL A. JAMES Pianoforte & Organ Tuner and Repairer. TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN. - ADDRESS :la. J. DODDS, Teacher of Music - VICTORIA ST., WAIIAGUL. Pianos & Organs (Leading Makers), Cash or Tinme-payment. INSTRUMENTS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. TEPRESENTATIVE of R.l W. H. GLEN & CO the SALE of PIANOS and ORGANS in South Gippsland. HAMER'S LABOR AGENCY. -0 159 LONSDALE STRETET, MELBOURNE. i ~AMELRS. DAIRYMEN. and other .I -Employers of LABOR Can be Supplied with First-class Ser vants-No Charge-No Delay-by making their requirements known tome. Immediate attention given. -CAR? D., HAMVIER & CHESTER, General Commission Farmers' Agents, 159 LONSDALE STREET MELBOURNE. GOLDFIELDS. * ---"--- - WEST AUSTRALIA. - -0 ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., LIMITED. Cheap Passage Rates, By Erpress Passenger Steamers. S Next Sailing s.s. - TEKAPO ," TUESDAY, 29th January, at 4 p.m. from Australian Wharf, Melbourne, For Albany. Fremantle. taking Passengers to -Geraldton. Nor...

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THROUGH GIPPSLAND. SOME LOCAL REFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

THROUGH GIPPSLAND. SOGME LOCAL REFERENCES. -0 " The Leader " of the 12th inst. is an\ exceedingly interesting number to Gippslanrders, containing, as it does, a number of scenic and other views in the " Garden of Victoria," and a bright descriptive article by " The Vaga bond." The Railway Hotel at Warra 1n! figures among the illustrations, and makes a very imposing picture. 4ights in Bairnsdale, Sale, Traralgon, and the Lakes Entrance are also included, and make up a very interest Sing collection. The views of Sale include the preti~tious-looking establishment of ". D. Leslie and Co., and on turning bt the text-we found-the"'folloiin5 g jrer.-n- e to Mr. Leslie himself: Mjssrs. W. D. Leslie and Co. are the iivais locilly of our Melbourne Buckley ri: Nu:nn. Mr.W. D. Leslie, the head ; the tirm, is a native of Sale, and started as a 'preutice boy in a general store on the site ot the extensive premises he now occpies. He emulated Sir Joseph I'rter, and quickly rose to the top of the t...

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NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the Narra can Shire Council was heldon Friday, and was attended by President Williams and Crs. Branigan, Bilson, Crisp, Campbell, Hunter, Lloyd, Powell and Stanton. CORRESPONDENCE. From G. Gardner, Bloomfield, giving notice of appeal relative to the rating of his allotment in the " Khar toum Estate."-Received. From E. J. Crooke, C. Sargeant and A. Harris, MS..P., acknowledging re ceipt of council's resolutionl re land tax. -Received. From D. Doherty, Yarragon, stat ing that he was not responsible for rates due on land known as Pallet's. Received, From Secretary of Public Works, inviting council's attention to the item of £350 on the estimates for 1894-5, to assist in forming road to village settlement at Fumina.-Re ceived. From Birchnell, Barridge and Porter, land agents, Warragul, stating that they were prepared tb sell the land re quired for road purposes through Crouch's property (late Campbell's) to connect the Tarwin and Allambee ...

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THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, JANUARY 22ND, 1895. Passing Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

THE fflattagn! !inarbi n SI l WHIiICII I IS ICO I'OILITLI, TUESDAY, JANUARY 22-x , 1585. Passing Thoughts. The Parliamentary session will close in a few days, and the tired-out premier'will seek rest from his labors. Mr. Turner admits that the constant strain is too great for him, and that he could not stand it much longer. The position was forced upon him when the Patterson Government fell, and he has never felt comfortable in it. The work has been irksome to him all through, and he would have been glad to retire when the little trouble in connection with the reduction of members salaries occurred i the other day. But his collcauges urged him to stick to the reins, and he yieided very reluctantly. There will, it is understood, be a special sitting in March to deal with the tariff question, and, then the big troubled land tao, in ddferance to the .. . lthc Ccnelt,!. althoaugh pro:: ncisc As: ( the pres?u: time, doubtedliy wakenued the`''oO ....t in thi. ''eni:bl. Tl. 'iabo .. sevtti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

Business. Notices. SCHWEITZER'S COCOA." -Warragul Shoeing Forge PALMERSTON STREET, Opposite Post-ofice, WARRAGUL. - JOHN BUTTERS - F IRST I'IIIZETAKER as HORSE-SHOER SCARIFIER AsN IAIIAROWS MAKER .aixn BUGGY BUILD)EI. - Shoeing 416, 516, 6i6. - Shares Laid 3j6. ' Colters 2/6 H1AY1NG secured the services of Competent Wheelwright, A classea of Vehicles can now be Made and Repaired on the I.remises At the Lowest Possible Rates. Skins. Skins. Skins. HIICIIEST Price given for Kangaroo. - Wallaby, Bear, Rabbit, Opposumn and all kinds of Native Skins; also, Besswax, Horsebair, Sheepskins. &c. Cash on Delivery. No Commission or other Charges. JNO.W.MATTHEWS, 520 & 522 Lonsdale-street, West Melbourne. THE NATIONAL TRUSTEES, EXE CUTORS and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA, LIMITED, Capital Subscribed, £150,000 ; Paid up 1:30,000; Reserve Fund, £23,400. DIrECToes: Hon. N. Fitzgerald, M.L.C., chairman; Ion. Walter Madden, M.L.A., W. Cain, Esq , J1'.; iHon. W. I. Winter Irving. M.L....

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FARM FIELD AND GARDEN DOMESTIC FERTILIZERS BEST. A Virginia Farmer Claim That These Are Cheapest and Moat Curable. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

DOMESTIC FERTILIZERS BEST. A Virginia Farmer Claims That The, Ay. Cheapest and Most Durable. Good chemical authority tells us th4;. an acre of wheat yielding 18 bushels ol grain abstracts from the soil for the grain alone, to say nothing of the straw, tl - following amounls of importsrit niinet'. telementst Plpoipiriec arid, 17-nnd -p . potash, 18; soda, 6; lime, 16; magnesio. 13; chlorine, 1; sulphuric acid, 2. Frs tions are omitted for the sake of sia plicity. AVirginin correspondent of Tth Country Gentleman writes: Assuming these data to be approei mately correct, how shall the farm.: fertilize the soil in order to secure tli' amount of grain, prevent depletion a,: at the same time do it in the most ec- nomical way? This is animportant; pm- - tical question, and the -practical- farm: desires a practical rather than a eeie_ tific answer. Are there domestic source of these elements, and are they cheap " best? Animal manures, wood ashes, commn.L salt, bones and land plaster will fur...

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A MONSTER BLACKFISH (?) [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

A MONSTER BLACKFISH (?) 'Taint werry often I takes up my pen to write, for I hates it-I does, but when I takes and reads in the (IArI.IIuS about a " trap " acatching of a big blackfish, and .another cove as wanted the assistance of a steam crane to help haul on a thin bit of cord with sutl:in on the end-well, I draws the " !ine ' at that-it's ¶too " thin." Fishers is all liars-" the biggest always gets away." It's a fact, too. Now, I aint agoing to pitch no fairy ;ale, like the other cove as got the Salvation Army captain to pull on if he'd agot him down on his marrer hones lihe acaught that fish without the use of a crab-winch-only he'd ashave to had faith that the Salvo. could adone it. IIowsomever, the experience I'm agoing to tell of is true, put-tictly true-and it happened ac the old Punyip. when I was acarrying gootds between Melbourne and Sale, and this is it: \Why talk about black lishi-tllem as is caught now aint blackisli at all-they is only like a mosqiuittcr compared to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

Auctioneers' Notices i HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - STOCK ENTERED FOR THE BULN BULE AND \ARRUAGUL MABKETS - FREE OF CHARGE. - valuations. Undertaken S --Loans Arranged. LocAL RErmENTYrATIVE OF MESSRS. WM. HAMILTON A- CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 26u JAN., 1894. \ TM. EA IfLTON & CO. will sell by public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owners- 6 Fat Cows Springers Heifers Steers 15 Heifers 10 Steers From Ncerim 5 Springers 3 Fat Bullocks From Morwell 6 Springers 5 Fat Cows From Jiro livm _-- : .. .... . TAhlerney Bull, 3 First-class Cows 1 Bay Mare, t years, sound, fast and quiet Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Ac. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, n8; FEB., 1895. W11. HAMILTON & CO. willhold their ' next Monthly Sale at their- yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on th...

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DANDENONG 18 v. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

DANDENONG 18 v. ENGLAND. The great match between the Englishmen and 18 of Dandenoug and District will take place on the ground of the D.C.C. on Friday and Saturday, 25th and 26th January, and should induce a very large gathering from all round the country, and Melbourne and suburbs, to witness the play. Those gentlemen in and outside the D.C.C. deserve every credit for the spirited manner in which they went into the matter, and not only collected £110 as a guarantee to Major Wardill, as manager of the team, but spent time and money in fencing & improving the ground, nearly all the work being con- tributed free by " working bees," who are to be congratulated on the excel- lence of their undertakings. However, the gallant Major preferred to take the whole of the gate money in preference to a lump sum, and the guarantors are thus relieved from all responsibility. Since then the sum of £50 has been collected, and this money has been ex- pended in fencing material and enter- tain...

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RAILWAY MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895

RAILWAY MONEY. The amount of money available for railway construction was stated in the Assembly by Mr. H. R. Williams, in answer to a question by Mr, lMason, There is directly available a sum of £500,000 after providing for all com mitments, including the line from Wycbeproof to Seai.iake. In addition to this there is £120,000 worth of permanent way `material on hand, which is available for new lines: There is also. a balanrce of 4t30,000 of loan moneys authorised for the construction i 6f rolling stock, which is not now re quired. 'This s·m might, with the sanction of Parliament, be made avail able for the.cbnstruction of new lines and it would then give a total vailable sum for gte purpose of 41,05?i,000,

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Rescuing the Baby Elephant. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895

.escauing the Rnaby Elephant. The o'itfall that is constructed for the capture of elephants is a hole about 10 or 12 feet'long, 5 feet wide and about 10 or 12 feet deep. It is in shape from the surface of the ground to the bottom exactly like the letter V. This forma tion is' adopted so that the unfortunate captive can obtain no footing for his large feet at the bottom. otherwise he would be able to rear on c!d and regain his liberty. For the companions of a mature old bull to lift him out of his perilous position would be a difficult task, but in the case of t hbal grown youngster the Iatter is comparatively simple. One of the herd entwines her trunk with the prisoner's, while anoth er places her proboscis under the cap tive's forequarters, whe, with a strong heave and a heave together, liberation is rapidly accomplished. - Jondon Graphic.

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"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895

Stammering is 1.n r1 onuinm' amongst men thlet' tno?:,t. .YOlt n , says an exchange. Of couzso it is-- women have no time to -anmm;nr. A novel addition has rel..ntty ,i e.n made to the Ladies Court of '.e floltar' Exhibition, consisting of ti c:rria,. rug made of rabbits' tails,:, ti he n:u facture of which 3000 'als hnar been used. It is the work .; a Tas manian lady. Kaiser Wilhelm has his fire shii. ling. His "Ode to JEgir" :vt re contly sung by a Vienna Vereiu, ýl ich under its statutes forwarded tl. Emperor a golden ducat. Zebra skin is the last madness fi' pocket book covers, card cases, ciga cases and that sort of implementr generally, says a an exchange. It t expensive and it is ugly. " Has i: anything to recommend it besides:" was askedofayoung man who exhib. ted it. " Oh, yes, madam," quoth ha in an unconscious satire, " it is new.' Murray Smith. M.L.A. for IIt:w thorn, is one of the few members wyr::, help to make life less .of a burden it the gallery men by finishing sen...

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Pearls and Joys. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895

Pearls and Joyn. Littlo boys are little joys. When they are loving and true. Little girls are little pearls, When they are sweet-like you. -Youth's Companion.

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POLITICAL POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895

POLITICAL POINTS. Mr. Best informed the Assembly on Tuesday that the Government is making every endeavor to foster the export of wood blocks. Government will pay the expense of exporting blocks to America, and see that they are fairly tested. MIr. Peacock informed the House on Tuesday afternoon that it is perfectly true that Marshall, chief officer of the Country Fire Brigades Board, draws a pension of £251 in addition tohis salary, Government can't help it. Mr. Marshall is entitled to his pension. Mr. Cook asked the Minister of Agri culture what steps ere being taken by the present Government towards the establishment of the sugar beet industry, and if the Ministar could supply any other general information likely to be of assistance to any person thinking of entering into the business of beet growing. Mir. Taverner said there was a bonus on the mlanufacture of beet sugar in the colony. He had circulated in formation relating to the industry, and would submit a bill to the Cabinet ...

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THE MYSTERY OF SUFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895

THE MYSTERY OF SUFFERING. The question has often been asked, "Do hearts ever break ? Is it simply a metaphorical expression, or a grim truth ?" The saying itself is so common that very little attentiou; is paid to it, and so we find in one instance, at all events, that familiarity breeds contempt. IHais this thing a physical basis, in addition to being of I le:i t the i er si : . i tilit ie l .ii v'i io??t.is iii: ,. Lircq?st-incm, ime!iatevEar One thih" is certai-n ountyii bitouomai centitiois of ttiiir s uhi 'lii hi ibodit sqcl; iy res-it-, tllbulitieriig is a lis E mystery:. iRccipt. t-Phaiolo izl? . extperitiinese . have -eiAbltid - .great physicists to uncove r thet: .ia, i.:df ceriaini animals ind b?icrecs' its: :olk. i.g mnder t!ie: st Miniili ofi the clectric. current; ashtc-hes :its aition iminder such ekcitement is the. s:in.' as:" hlen the bralnls ' is viojent pain uis - hard t tob tell. (Usic.tilin- s'ees. cvidei t, tinderi paroxysiiis of pain itlhie ololeus .tmust ;Imco...

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READ THIS CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895

READ THIIIS'CASE. Mr. A. E. Barnes, Albury-street, 1Murumburrah, N.S.W., who writes on June 18th, 1893:-I have been subjected to indigestion for over twelve months, symptoms were head. aches, want of appetite,, a drowsy feeling, especially a few .hours after imeals, and a heavy feeling on the chest, also a want of energy. Hearing so much of Clements Tonic as an invigorator and' nerve strengthener, 1 tried it, and am happy to say that in a very short tipne all disagreeable symptols vanished as if by magic, I have never had a recourrence of the old disagreeable feelings since. I am only too happy to send this short testimony as to the great oturative properties of Clempnkts Tonic. Not alone have I been benefitted myself by the use of Clements Tonic, but. a number of my friends lhva been using it for some timle, with the greatest success. I recommend Clemoets Tonic on all occasions.-I remain, yours truly, A. E. Bnrnesstorekeeper, Albury-street, \lurrmgilsmbh. Question- What constitutes...

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