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WHAT DREAMS MAY COME. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 30 April 1895
WHAT DREAMS MAY' COME. ., In a. rtcent lecture at .the BRoyal Institution~? Drl'B. W; Richardson 'says;'~that : ithe sleep of liealth. is dreamless.- " Dreams," says Shake. spcere', ?v?:are e?hildren r?.o.a._idle. il'c?l' ?1 tir Tleadtor, and the poet :are right' it foilloids that idly bralis? are unheatlthyi brains. -No doubt there might be truth i--tlhie inference, but that is not quite the :point. Are all dreams signs of a diseased condition ? To this the doctor says "No." He divides dreams into two classes; those started by other- causes outside the' sleeper, and those-produced.by pain, fever, or indigestion. Here we inject a fact. We receive diiiltitudes of letters containing this affirmation, ;almost in identical words; I was worse tired 'in the morning than when' I went to bed. To this the doctor has an ariswer. He says, "* When' we feel wearied in the morning very likely it' results fromi drenmst that we have :forgotten:"'; Quite so. ''Iin other words these is a bodily. cond...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 30 April 1895
Business: Notices.i SGHWEITZER'S "THE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." HAY, CORN & SEED iDEPOT T. T. sCOLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & Chaff Merchant (LATE A. P.' MYERS' & CO.) Napier-streeti, Warragul'. Flower and Vegetable Seeds , ' I .? , 1 n.Great Variety, Horse Feed, -Fowls' :Feed, Grass Seed, Potatoes, &c. BONE DUST- -BONE DUST, - All at the L?owest:Possible Prices.. - MIRS. J. ROS.S, Q- ueen street, Warragnl H AS a Largeland Varied Collection of STATIONE • iY, CHILDRENS' TOYS,: : . SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such as Boos-; Slates, Bags, &c., HABERDASHERY, Cottoiis, Wools and Crewel Silks. Tuhe Oil Paints, and the beautiful Enamel Paints. Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFECTIONERY. Agent for Singer's Sewing Machine and Requisites. Also Fruit and Vegetables in Season. CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps for Sale. - TEE .T .-H: ' TEETH EETH From One Guinea a Set! TEETH TEETH TEETH ETH MR. JOHN STEWART, TEETH Registered Surgeon Denti...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 30 April 1895
RAILWAY TI1ME-TA2LE. WARRAGL -TO- ELBOURP Dep. . a.m. .m p.m. Warragul; : .. 11.9 4 3p 7.55 Dromn. . . 11.21 4.50 8.10 Longarry . 11.31 5.5 8.25 Bunyip .. 11.88 .5.15 i8.2 I Gar-eld ?., "11.45 .? 3 8.39'! Tynong 11.52 5.30 8.46 Nar-n ? on - .. 12.0 5.40 8.54 Paken .. 12.9 5.52 0.4 Beaconsfield' .. 12.25 "6.14 9.20, Berwick . .. 12.30 6.18" 9.23 Dandenong..... 12.538 6.50 0.52 Oakleigh (a) .. 1.16 7.19 - Oakleigh (d) .. 1.21 7.23 10.16 Melbourne .. 1.45 I 7.52 10.40 IIETIBOTTRNE 1.TO WARRAOGTL. Dep. a.m a.m p.m ,Melbourne .. 7.50 11.50 4.30 Oakleigh .. 8.22 12.30 5.2 Dandenong 8... 8.46 1.15 5.28 enstick .. 9.10 1.42 5.52 Beaconsfield .. 0.13 1.46 5.56 Pakenham .. 0.31 2.7 . 6.14 Nar-nar-goon .. 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tynonig .. 0.52 2.28 1; 6.32 Garfield .. 0.58 2.35 6.39 Bunyip .. 10.4 2.49 i 6.48 Longwarry .. 0.10 3.1 ,6.55 Dronin .. 10.23 l 3.21 7.10 W'arragul .. 10.38 3.37 :7.25 WA?RRAGWL TO TRARALGON. Departure. a.m p.m p.m Warragul .. 11.8 5.45 7.50 Bloomfield .. 11.15 5.52 7.55 Darnu...
POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 30 April 1895
POSTAL INFORMATIQN., ENGLISH MAILSu CLOSE AT GENERAL 'PST-Ot'lCE. . Pareles, 4.80 p.m. tlhd day before:steamer leaves. Registered letters,11.0. a.tn. the day mail leaves. Ordinaryletterspacc ets ud newspapers 4 p.m. day mail leaves. Intercolonial, British and foreign Pareles Post.-Limit of weight, 11 lbs. Postage-United Kingdom, 2 lbs or under, Is. 6d.; each additional 1 lb or under, Od. India, 1 lb. or under, Is.; each additional 1 lb., Is. Parcles are also forwarded, via .London to every colony and country toh'which the United Kingdom sends parccels.-Rates and particulars can be obtained at. any post oflice. GENERAL. Postal ltates.-Inland.-Letters.-Every ounce, Ld.; urgent letters, Gd..additional. Intercolonial.-Letters.-Everyhallfounce or under, 2d.- JPackets.-Every..2oz. or under, Id. Books and magazines.-Eyery 4 oz. or under, 2d, Newspapers, -id. 'lPackets to New South -Vales and Queensland, containing articles'of any value, rism t be paid letter rate. .InlandrParcel Post.-Limi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 30 April 1895
Auctioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted, - TOCK ENTERED FOR THE BULN BULN AND WAIIRAGUL MARKETS - FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations undertaken -Loans Arrangeda Locat REsce~ESTAvEI or MESSRS. WE. . HAMILTON & CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 18m MAY, 1895. WI7M. HAMILTON & CO. wll sell by public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c: WIM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragal, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 3ID MAY, 1895. W H. HAMILTON & CO. willhold their next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the above date, when they will offer Horses, Cattle, Sheep, .Pigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne LEONGATHA SALE. MONTHLY SALE. Thursday, May 23, At One p.m. Sharp. T M. 'HAMILTON & CO. will ho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 30 April 1895
Public. Notices. - "Gove?ament Gazette"i IS .:BEGULABLY -FILED At the OFFICEi'of this JOURNAL and can be INSPECTED"by'the PUBLIC any time during-lusiness Hours. OrientLime ofRdyal MailSteamers UICKESTJ Steam .Route to England. - Steamers leave Melbourne every fort night for Plymouth and London. *ORIENT .. 5365 tons ".. April 27. FAIUES-£1 15s to £70. 'C Iling at Hobart en route from Sydney: Facilities _ are now .afforded for bring ing out friends and relatives from-London by the prepaymert of passage money. WzsTcAcrrEoTui"sA G0oii' Fsius.-Passen gers Booked in alL classes for Albany-the uickest route to the fields. Reduced Rates. For further . particulars apply to. N. Marshall; Branch Manager-"488 and 490 Collinsistreetl Melbou'rne. Don't . Be deluded. . You cannot rent the vacant' property by: merely hanging, a .card in, the window. The manu. who wants to catch Darie..Fortune's, .smile -must do more.thanL. -. - Flirt with the lively lady. Thousands have triedlt. Hdiiidrels are at t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 30 April 1895
TI3E WARRACUL SPORTS' DEPOT. Tobaccos, -Cigars, Cigarettes, All of the Best Brands kept in stock. - FANCY GOODS - of all Descriptions. FANCY 'ORNAMENTS of all sorts. DOLLS and TOYS of every kind, to please the Children. Gentlemen are reminded that the HAIRDRESSING SALOON is one of the best out of Melbourne, and is conducted on proper business principles. J Please Note the Address J.: M. HARTLEY, Sports' Depot, queen-st., WARRAGUL (opposite lailway Gates.) Public Notice, GREAT SHOW AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS. NOW ONB. -0 - Splendid Assortment of DRESSES, MILLINERY and MANTLES, HOSIERY & CLOVES, UNDERCLOTHING, BLANKETS, MEN'S CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. All at Lowest Prices, Anderson Bros., Hall of Commerce, .Warragul. Busmesa Notice. ANNIVERSARY OF A NOTABLE EVENTI THE INTRODUCTION WARRlAGUL Walker Bros,' FAMOUS "CASH" SYSTEMI T?HREE years ago we COMMENCED B. BUsiESS in Warragul, and de termined then that, whether our Trade became extensive or limited, the Price of our Goods woul...
OUR GOLD MINES. THE NEERIM DISTRICT. ITS MINERAL RESOURCES. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 30 April 1895
OUR GOLD MINES. THEI NEERIM DISTRIOT. 0-- ITS MINERAL RESOURCES. [Br J.K.L.] (CONXTINUED.) In passing through the " Live Hor'se' gully, there is evidence pf some rich pockets of gold having been found by some luncky diggers, judging from the manner the ground has been worked. In many of the smaller gullies adjacent to the main one, the whole of the latter has been worked out in a face, beginning at the bottom and worked up to the top. several chains in length. An interesting feature is here also exposed, namely a dyke about Bft thick composed of a very file grained granite, running nearly east and west with a nearly vertical dip, and I am strongly impressed with the idea it will cross a quartz reef in the immediate vicinity. This particular dyke stands evidently in connection with the granite area away some short distance, to the west, and will no doubt intersect other auriferous quartz reefs in its course. Very fair alluvial gold and in many places rich patches is said to liave bee...
TURF AND FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 30 April 1895
TURF AND FIELD. Good progress is being marde with the formation of the W\arragul race course and the contractors are proceed ing satisfactorily with the work. Mr- P. Kennedy's useful mare,Irene by Glorious-Preceptress, won the two principal handicaps at Drouin on Easter Monday. This mare cost Mr. Kennedy something like £17 as a two year-old, and has won about a dozen races since. She is still a young mare, and when her sun has set on the race-course, she will be invaluable as a brood mare. The wily Patrick has always been in possession of a good one, from Flinders, the hurdle racer, to Lady Flinders, and the lengthy Irene, The nomination list for Carbine, the famous Australian stallion, who was purchased' by the Duke of Port land and shipped to England by the R.M.S. Orizaba, has been filled for three years, at a fee of 200 guineas per mare.
Football. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 30 April 1895
Football. A scratch match between Brgnly Creek and a team of the Half-holidly Club and all comers will take plas: on- the Warragul Show.ground 11 morrow. The Governor is not, as is popularly supposed, invested with the preroS tive of mercy held by the Queen ' 'capital.cases. "He must be gaided?by the advice of his Ministers, wno accept the whole responsibility,
NARROW-GUAGE RAILWAYS. OPINIONS OF A TASMANIAN EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 30 April 1895
. NARROW-GAUGE RAILWAYS. . OPINIONS OF A TASMANIAN . EXPERT. At the meeting of the Railways Standing Committee held last week, a letter was received from Mr. F. Back, the general manager of the Tasmanian Railways, on narrow-gauge lines. He suggested that instead of constructing 2ft 6in gauge railways in Victoria tramways having 2ft or 2ft &nbsp; 6in gauge should be made in the out laying districts of the colony as feeders to the main lines. The slavish adherence, he said to old world rules in the construction of railways had caused the unnecessary expenditure of millions of money in the Australian colonies. What was wanted were cheap lines or tramways to open a country, and develop it, till it justified the building of a railway on the broad gauge. A bogey had been made of the difficulties and cost of transferring goods from a narrow gauge line to a broad one, and &nbsp; unnecessary prominence had been given in this matter. Narrow-gauge tramways capable of carrying 5...
WIT AND HUMOUR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
WIT AND HUMOUR Miss SIappy : "I wonder why Maud gave her age as twenty-five when she mar ried old Moneybags ?" Miss Gappy: "Oh, I suppose nsh made a discount for calh I" It does not follow that a man is fond of music besause he wears a band on his hat. Ie : "I may be poor, tut there was a time in my life when I rode, in my car riage." She: " Yes, and your mother pushed it, too." " The bride nearly fainted during the ceremony, and had to be supported by her father until it was over." " Yes ; and now I hear her father is supporting both'of them." The following story is told by a gentle man who recently paid a visit to Ireland : -"A wealthy landowner gave a large and sumptuous dinner to his tenants, at which not only was the poteen on the side tables, but champagne was handed freely round. One old farmer, who was noted for his strong head, drank a large amount of cham. pagne, which did not seem to plase him. At last, on the waiter offering him another glass, he said, "'Pat, when are th...
OLD SAWS RESET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
OLu Saws RESET. Ill news sells apacc. Nothing venture, nothing lose. All that glitters is not pinchbeck. Enough is not so good as a feast. What is done, can't be underdone. It is money makes the mayor to go. If at first you don't succeed, don't try again. Two are company,,; three a board of directors. When the cat's away, the mice are an abominable nnisance. People who live in glass houses should pull the blinds down. You can take a horse to the well, but you cannot make him drunk. The best walking pace is seventy-five steps per minute. A colonel may allow only ten per cent. of the men in his regiment to marry. Never judge a man by his own clothes; ferms your estimate from his wife's.
A Submarine Boat. JULES VERNE'S DREAM REALISED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
A Submarine Boat, JULES VERNE'S DREA.M RE ALISED. The submarine boat which Uncle Sam Is going to build will realise the dream of Jules Verne. His acoount of the cigar shaped Nautilus, which voyaged 20,000 leagues under the sea, is a pretty fair de scription of the newest wonder of science as applied to navigation. Such secrecy is maintained regarding rTassels of this kind which have been newly constructed abroad, that up to date nothing very definite has been made public about them. The submarine boat, as it actually swims to-day, islike ahuge fish, 150 feet or more in length-a fish with a asngle great eye for sur. veying the ocean all around while the crea ture itself Is under water, and-with lungs capable of holding enormous quantities of compressed air. The fish has fins-pectoral fins-on the sides; not far from the nose. They are horizontal rudders for diving. The tail is formed by two similar rudders, to help in the same movenient. Electricityis the motive power, twin screws dri...
Her Weight Told. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
Her Weight Told. -o Au eloping wife in Germany has just dis covered the inconvenience of allowing her weight to be known. She is married to a rich manufacturer in Esaen (not the famous Herr Krupp), and she ran away with a young man. The couple took the train for P'ecaka, in Hungary. Soon after their flight the husband discovered the fact and traced them to the railway station, where he ascertained the place they had booked to. Instantly he telegraphed to tihe police at Pecska, "Arrest woman in train from Germany. Exact weight, 83 kilogrammes" (about 13 stone 1 Ib). The authorities of the Hungarian town Were a little puzzled to know what to do at first, as of course they could not tell a woman's weight merely by looking at her. After full consideration, they determined to make every woman in the train pass through the luggage office to be weighed on the weighing machine. 'Ihis was done, and the runaway wife was caught, she being the only woman of the required weight. A lie is often t...
UNIVERSITY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. TRIP THROUGH GIPPSLAND. VISITS TO LOCAL DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
UNIVERSITY HISTORICAL, SOCIETY. TRIP THROUGH GIPPSLAND, 0--- VISITS TO LOCAL DISTRICTS. During the first vacation the above society intend visiting the Switzerland of Australia, where recently hundreds of village settlers have been established. Recognising the great sociological im portance of the small holding move ment, the committee of the Historical Society have organised this outing in order that students may obtain a practical grasp of rural laborconditions and likewise gauge the prospects of this important experiment. Its various phases have been grouped, to facilitate inquiry, under two main headings based upon the character of their relief, whether -permanent. or tem porary. In the case of the former the intent is a home; in the case of the latter it is a mere renovation of frame and fortune. In each division both public and private enterprises are being 4ried. Thus we have four definite sections:-First, permanent public; second, permanent grivate; third, temporary public; ...
METAL COFFINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
METAL COFFINS. It would appear that even in England they , have languishing industries. And a writer to one of the English journals wishing to increase the output of the iron and steel plate firms euggests that an undoubted return would be foeuund if capital were invested in laying down nmachinery for pressing coffius out of metal when in the sheet state. Though a bold and unprepossessing idea, yet the writer avers that the English manufacturers coald then oust the German dealers out of the large ca?in trade that they are now doing With China. He also states that metal cOfns most readily lend themselves to de coation andadornement, and instances the familiar biscuit box as an evidence of what art acn do in this direction. Many broad claims are also made on sanitary grounds, Which, if well-founded, should l:e worth "consideration.
LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
LAND SALES. ",; Messrs. Wm. Hamilton and Co. reports having sold the Kilmorie Estate, Bruthen, consisting of 2150 acres, 'the Bonaccord Estate and the Midlands Estate, contain ing 637 acres and 1737 acres respectively at satisfactory prices. They also report having sold two pro perties near IRnby, on the Great Southern line at satisfactory prices. Total amount for sales of land during last month was about A90,000. Lord B3rassey (writes our London csrre Fpondent on March 29) has received a most friendly letter from the Earl of Hopetoun with reference to the succession to the Governorship of Victoria. Lord Hopetoun is expected to reach London early in hay, and shortly after- his arrival Lord Brassey will consult with him as topending questions in the colony and the duties and equipments of the office. Lord lcrassey will leave England in July, so that, allowing ample time for 'the voyage of the Sunbeam, he will arrive 'at Melbourne in September, the time.ap pointed for him to enter upo...
"DISCARDED REFUSE." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
"DISCARDED REFUSE." Itis amazing to learn the marvellous re. asmte which are to be obtained from the eco. nomical treatment of discarded refuse. When we read that by a new patented process no 0les than s8,000 cubic feet of gas can be pro dated from every ton of ordinary sawdust we marvel. But, when we also find that after the gas has been produced there still remains about one-half a ton of powdered charcoal, for which a ready market and a aood price may be found, we reproach our selves not only for the waste that has exleted in the past, bat also for that which must ensue till the new methods are introduced. But though time is an important element in .vercoming prejudice, yet there is no reason why it should not be known that gas can be moat economically manufactured from almost anything which will burn, including, of COUrse, sawdust, shavings and wood debris of all descriptions. In the South oft Egland they- are even turninn the bracken, which grows in such profusion on some of th...
CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
"CLEAIING SALE. Messrs. Win. Hamilton and Co. report having held a very successful sale at Kilmorie, Bruthen, in conjunction with lessrs. Desailly, Macarthur and Co ,of Bairnsdale, when there was a very large attendance from all parts of Gippsland. The whole of the stock consisting of 800 head of cattle, 1500 sheep and about 50 horses, working bullocks and farm plant, we sold at satisfactory prices. They also report holding a very success-: fitl clearing sale for Mr. John Moffatt,' Bloomfield, on April 18th, when the' whole of the dairy herd of 60cows, heifers and young stock were disposed of. Thdre was a large attendance of buyers, and the prices realised were exceedingly satis factory.