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FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

FAT SHEEP. The supply was rather behind that of last week, 18,000 having been yarded. The demand was inactive throughout, and prices realised show a decided decline from last week's rates. About 8000 came from Riverina, including 2000 fats off shears. Prime crossbred wethers, from 15s 6d to 17s 3d; extra prime do do, from 17s Gd to 18s 6d: good crossbred wethers, from 13s 6d to 14s Gd ; prime crossbred ewes, from 13s to 15s; a few extra prime and heavy, from 15s 6d to 17s; good crossbred ewes, from 11s 6d to 12s 6d; prime mherino wethers, from 13s Gd to 15s 6d ; few, 16s to 17s 3d: good merino wethers,'from 11s 9d to 12s 9d; prime merino ewes. from 10s 6d to 11s 9d; extra 12s to 13s. Quotations for shorn sheep: -Crossbred wethers, to 11s 9d; merino wethers, 8s 4d to 10s 6d; crossbred ewes, at 10s 2d.

Publication Title: West Gippsland Gazette
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FAT LAMBS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

FAT LAMBS. 3500 were penned. The market was brisk throughout, with an upward tend ency. Young lambs sold from 8s 6d to 12s, few to 13s; with smaller sorts, from 's.

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PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

PIGS. MI'Phail Bros. and Co. report :-About 850 pigs yarded. Stores.-Another ex ceptionally light supply, and the prices obtained were fully up to last week's good rates. Suckers made to 15s, slips from 26s to 30s, good strong stores made from 30s to 40s. Pork was alsolightly supplied biddings were spirited, and the prices obtained were fully up to late high quo tations. Light weight pens made from 35s to 40s, heavy from 40s to 50s. Bacon.-This class was lightly supplied and wellwithin requirements. Best pens made froni 64s to 70s, others, 55s to 60s. Backfatters.-Few to hand, and sold well.

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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. The butter market showed no altera tion, business being fairly active. Good to prime factory is quoted at 9d to 9;d, and choice brands at 91d, a few of the best prints occasionally fetching up to 91- Dairy butter sold from 7d to 8d, the latter price being obtained also for sep arator butter. Choice separator realised 81d, and occasionally up to 81d. Mixed and inferior lots sold down to about 6d. Eggs were unaltered at 7.d, small farmers lots occasionally fetching 73d. Duck eggs sold at 10d to lid, a few lines fetching slightly higher. In poultry there was a brisk demand for all prime lots. Fowls fit for the table sold at 4s to 5s 6d, and hens and mixed lots at 3s 5d to 4s. Turkeys sold at 9s to 15s for gobblers, and 6s to 8s 9d for hens and poults. Ducks realised 4s to 6s, and geese 6s to 7s 6d. Carcase pork was in brisk demand at firm prices. A portion of the supplies, however, consisted of pigs only half fat. Good to ptime porkers sold at 51d to 6.d, and oc...

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WHOLESALE POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

WTHOLESALE POTATO. Glassford, Cook and Co. Proprietory Ltd. report :-During the past week we have no alteration to report. the market remaiiningffirm at late rates. We quote: -Best samples of Ballarat, Lancefield, aud Trentham potatoes, to £8 10s; in ferior, to £7. Onions,-Prime samples are very scarce, at £16 10s to £17.

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ANGLO-SAXON UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

ANGLO-SAXON UNITY. In dealing with the question of Anglo Saxon unity, the "Phila?delphia Record" writes as follows: "In considering the question. of'a closer understanding among Anglo - Saxon peoples for the better fulfilment of Anglo-Saxon methods of popular govern mont. for the extension of commercial freedom, and for firmer security of the liberty of. the individual man, not everyone understands how broad a basis :he're is for such an international under Ikinlg. In a late address before the colonial section of the Society of Arts in London, it was shown that the British Empire is 53 times the size of France, 52 times the size of Germany, 3'A times that of the United States, thrice the size of Europe, with treble the population of all the Russias. It extends over 11,000,000 square miles, occupies one-fifth of the globe, contains one-fifth of the human race, or 350,000,000 people; it embraces four continents, 10,000 islands, 500 pro montories, and 2000 rivers. It is esti mated that...

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HE WAS CHIEF. OF AUSTRALIAN CANNIBALS. NOT A "SWEATER" TORY. ROBINSON CRUSOE NO. 2. HIS 'ORRIBLE TALE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

HE WAS CHIEF. OF AUSTRALIAN CANNIBALS. HIS 'ORRIBLE TALE. Here is an extraordinary story told in a London paper.. It appears to suggest that the Australian newspapers have been curiously wanting in .enterprise. But it carries with it also other sugges tions which we need not discuss: Pre-eminent amongst the thrilling and informing tales that have appeared in recent years will stand, it is confi dently claimed, the story of the adven tures of Louis de Rougemont, the first instalment of which is published in the August number of the "Wide World Magazine." For thirty years M. de Rougemont was the chief of a cannibal tribe in Australia. and he has : gone through what are described in the "Wide World Magazine" as "the most amazing experiences a man ever lived to tell." Curious to learn the history of the ap pearance of these wonderful adventures in print, a representative of the " West minster Gazette" called yesterday upon the editor of the "Magazine," and found him willing enough to te...

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THE COMPANY PROMOTER. BORN, NOT MADE. A SEASONABLE SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

THE COMPAiNY PR?M9 OTER. B]OR-N, NOT M1[AD:E. .\ SEA.O(NABILE SKETCH. It is rrile o"f tlit( ctu)ll !Ity p).OlllOl Ci , a?; op it put. that lie is ? lon anll ntot S lade. t A AI.": \ elq!s, 1 nio lý ' r. ,ldecri l't ?lr(l _Ii 'o, i : 'I l.. ltiIrr Ui.it L .a Ithe " f.r lil :t al) wa, :r g illopiu" :t.t ,ll 'in 'litit c:iy r( list ' 1rt.::.rd fot ] r' !:- . t i . !+. "loll h!!i1n in hi ; :t"l1ial m11:nufa1:tu of hu ble ftlp ni+:. d r, h o' liati toll . i f rt, i ", d ,iul rlti le otii. , hl. I't i. nll~ t.?l o m:oot r h o:: seen1[.' )?l ct ,astlit'ti !iLu0. :1 ii lly theut t . i :"Wt'it tie it. iTh's" dtyllt yoinurtless lt ;i: 'l"t to: nin !mat a his bootet s :eni ht e oilune t :i t'litn o fl rill tyholders. H" i" iet-r s,:1 n doi " u o iut of loors, the ch:tl·' n. Plae irinttId Lxiste I t. lnd tare spotI!('5s, allhoulgh not spatlpi;.. Your 1t lrLou h-llce'd oLutpany promoter al 'riayO;s s-prt.s lcpLt'*. tIn sumlince'roi they , " "-hic; in "\'inteor :a f sl'hiion lLi.e Itlrilla. ; i i...

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DISTEMPER IN DOOS. PREVENTION AND CURE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

RIEVEINT1ON AND CLURE. b-de : the hbading "'Notes for Novices" X \-it2" il "Our T, i(" dtals with the n;ch-aread::d and ver-t,-bt-e, -xpect - di:.ea:se, or, :a :t':r. class of diec?a?-, P:.;',w n und ."r tn-- . t0itl of i i?.t:l:'- .'" :. nmiles of - print h:' v%-; o t i ': t f, r : ' du ;r thi prsii) t -c I letll". i tfro .h a ltc [ irf .` I ': l .te hai. - w'ritt, -n oI n d . - l:i ;<tt n ! . :and ::m- e :I? ( S1 - = ina ·;-lly ,, ri Si'O ih?ii' 5u. ' ion- h'V- b , m.- ," tihe groaut st and muSt 1:w-'' \et-ri na:y anthoriti i -,. an: ' y t_ in Spit- f) :'ll -j .i'e in, than to b,: dh r .?i ' f r ist ny, ith. ati -ti:,in thai t ' I 0 d'"- ) to ld t,) hint erlprfs hit to i-?:B in that pro,--r ,f : - l,' ion to whi('h Natutc is ' dn , llo. w tln is th-1 'urvh;i of the llu -f --m thin is- ;st:ltl c ,a'lat;tti)n to theC - ' fa re r who - o.> ii ' t, hotlr tor h and fow,_ nTil ad: ,; i bi t thil'. ravagos of diis tenlpetl'. ' *h r thi' s ; r.in" be due .ti o th" in t .t'd ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

Auctioneers' Notices. HENRY HANSEN, AUCTI ON E E I, Stock,.Station, and Insurance Agent. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. VALUATIONS MADE. Agent for- W?m. HAMILTON & Co., MASSEY-HARRIS & Co., ANDt Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. Ci Naill %eparator~s, Supplied 'on Liberal Terms. FIRE S. Insure your Properties against FIRE with HENRY HANSEN. Ten peir cent. discount allowed. Clearing Sales Conducted. Horse and Cattle Sales Held As UNDE. : Warragul Fortnightly Market. WARRAGUL SALE YARDS, THURSDAY, SEPT, 15, 1898. One o'Clock Sharp.. H- ENRY HANSEN will offer for Sale by Public Auction 500 - Head of Cattle. -. 500 Including: . 61 2 to 3yr. old Heifers, springing 77 3 to 6yr. old Bullocks 68 forward Springers 47 Heifers, 18 months old 130 Poddies, mixed sexes 60 Steers, 2yrs. old 27 Milking Cows 33 Speyed Heifers 10 Really good 'iyr. old Jersey Heifers . from Darnum Parke 20 First-class Springesr, dry Cows, &c. 1 Pure Jersey ...

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LIFE THROUGH DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

LIFE THROUCGI DEATH'JI (fly Rev. F. B. Mayer, B, A., Ldodon.) "Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it bidth aln ie; but if it die, it brinz-,th forth much fruit."--John. 12. 2_. 'rThi For East .-ent n? t e-.nta-i vs to the cradle of the S,1 ,of Eoan; the Far V,' est lenat theml to His -cross. I'oth h- misehtre's and all lrace< of iman iun t; iir centre and nai-"t!c l r ig icu i: J'e:us Citriist. It is ,imp";ortalt to 1-ar in mind thr.L these seeketrs !f'r Christ, whose pathetic entreaty. ".~r, we nould see Jesus!" so deeply stirrc:d the MastLer's hear't, werl'. not simply ire':-.-s.-;lking J tws, but were genuir. Greeks, children of the rate, which, next to the lIo'nan and the ,H-brew, lhas left tile d!eepest iapreserfi:n on our :.ode':.?.. if.-. They were probably iln lh: hallit of frequenting the Jawih . asts. ,:ith,:" ion ,urpose:s of trade. or b,' r;?a thyl,." found: in tihe iiterat':re anl, or-,shof th choseln leolh" s;Ime tilner ,atisf; ,.tion for t...

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WARRAGUL LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. BALANCE IN HAND £20. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

WARRAGUL LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. ANNUAL MEETING. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR. BALANCE IN HAND £20. The annual meeting of the Warra gul Ladies' Benevolent Society was held at the Shire Hall on Friday after noon. The Rev. Buchanan presided and Mr. W. B. Harvey was appointed Acting Secretary. The annual report was presented as follows, and adopted: SECRETARIY'S REPORT. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-In presenting our fourth annual report to the subscribers, we take encouragement, and need not tell of an empty exchequer, as in some Melbourne suburbs, where, certainly, the demands are more numerous. Our able and energetic Treasurer (Mrs Trumpy), reports as follows: expenditure, £33 2s 8d; receipts, £28 6s 9d ; Government grant for year £10. During the year no special efforts have been made to swell our funds. The ladies of our committee collect monthly from subscribers, °without whose generous aid our work could not be carried on. For some months in the early part of this year, having money in hand fro...

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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

H!ERE AN~D TIERE. 11:; rain it rainytn every Say," says one l iha asspare s 01owns, and had lie addud, ". ; c1ialiy at Agricuitural Sriow tine. in' w old have been truthful. I've been ti, many agricultural s4hows, but ison:1.h',w nr ,ther it has nearly always r'in't. and spoiled my fun. I don' t n-can" to =ay that I ever get furiously and joyfully excited over a gigantic car rot, or an unusually developed cabbrge. I don't fancy either that I :shouhl go into ecstasies over a beehive, especitlly if I happened to tumble over it. But I l'ke to look at, and to taste, good cr ain. cheese, or butter, and if the dairymaid is good-looking, I can take an int rest in the manufacturing process. But I positively enjoy looking at the animals. A well-cared-for cow is to me a thing of beauty, a well-groomed horse a joy for ever, and a cleanly kept pi; an ob ject of trustful admiration. Ap.ropos of horses, I saw one police charger which, if Inspector Beckwith has no obj etiuon. I an, ready to buy-oi...

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ROUND THE WORLD ON THE BICYCLE. A GREA[?] BY THREE [?]SHMEN XC. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

ROUND THE W.QRLD ON THE 818OCLE. A GCFEA-' I. eiUR BY THREE Nia!JiSHMEN. XC. OSAKA. *When the three cf us joined up at Kobe the Beach-combers' Cycling Association gave r, dinner. A beach-comber is L pc-r son, always hard-up, who lounges about treaty ports seeking work and praying to Heaven he 'may never find it. So the facetious ladies and gentlemen of- Kobe, who think fate has been -un kind by making them live In one of the most beautiful spots in Japan, call themselves the "Feachcombers." Theirs is an association with 'peculiarities. SThere Is ionly one member, and at* the dinner he was degraded to the post of machine cleaner in ordinary because he did not carve duck properly. Everybody else has a high-sounding title. In the course of the repast somebody went out and e:ole a piece of lead from a respect able man's roof, so that a medal could be struck in commemoration of our visit. They were charming people were the Beachcombers, and it was four u'clock in the morning when they we...

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THE GOVERNMENT BONUSES. ON VEGETABLE PRODUCTS. FLAX, LINSEED, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

THE GOVERNMENT BONUSES. ON VEGETABLE PRODUCTS. FLAX, LINSEED, ETC. Qwing to inquiries being madle at the "Gazette" office by several farm ers of the district, for particulars re garding the Government bonus to be paid this year on flax and linseed, we wrote to Mr fMartin, the Secretary for Agriculture for information on the subject, and through the courtesy of that -gentleman, .we .have been .sup plied with' the following particulars of the conditions, under which the crop must be sown and grown, in. order, to entitle the farmer to claim the bonus. GEXERAL VEGETABLE PRODUCTS. Bonuses is payable for sowing or planting any of the vegetables herein, to be used for the manufacture of fibre, paper, oil, syrup, tannin, drugs, dyes, scents, insecticides, and such other things as may at any time here after be approved by the Governor in Council. Such bonuses shall be pay able only to persons'vho (whether as licensees of the Crown, or as 'tenants at will or for any term of years, or as the o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

Public Notices. A. HANCOCK, BOOT & SHOE AREHOUSE, QUEEN ST,, WARRAGUL. Special Notice. A.H. keeps the Best and Largest Stock of BOOTS and SHOES in Warragul. - A. H. has been in business here for nearly seven years, and knows exactly :: :the class of Boots to suit the district. which goes to PROVE that the customers are satisfied. You can get Boots and Shoes at all prices, cheap and good. REPAIRS DONE on the PREMISES. BGooTS & SHOES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER. Now, Come Along to the Shop and See for Yourselves. Note the Address: A. IIANCOCK, QUEEN STREET, WARRAGUL. Luncheon Roomns, VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL. MRS. TOYE, Proprietress. LUNCHEON PROVIDED DILY, And Other Meals at the Shortest Notice. CUSTOMERS Attended to Personally, and every effort made to ensure their comfort and satisfaction. PROMPTITUDE, CIVILITY, AND ATTENTION AT jfr.. TOYE'S LUNCHEON ROOMS, VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL. WARRAGUL PHARMACY, QUEEN STREET, Established in 1876. W. S. ILIFFE, PFoprietor. C...

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LOCAL MINING. IS THERE A BOOM COMING? [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

LOCAL MINING. IS THERE A BOOM COMING ? (BY CR(EsUS.) At one time in VWarragul every thing looked gay and lively -the Neerim and Crossover mining ventures looked "pink," business was brisk, money plentiful, storekeepers and tradespeople smiling, and as a conse quence a "spurt" was. on while the railway lines were in the course of construction, therefore the up grade of trade and commerce. Then a year or two rolled away, ann. dý:lull tii kes? place. Residents, by their individuld apathy, gave the outsiders the "f£ank." Our local producing mines are for the time hung up, population leaves the district, and the croakers meet at the " pubs" to growl and grumble, and then go mourning about the streets of Warragul, instead of aiding Imnining development. So did the dark days jog on. But ring up the curtain, gentlemen ! It is not always to be so. The clouds, dlark as they were, are fast passing away, the horizon is clearing, the sun is once more up, casting its brilliant rays around, and ab...

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HONORS EASY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

HOIORS . EASY. '-ho is J.ir " 1 Vhashington ',erecene?'". said Lady BOb Fitswarix-en. *Well. he is antn in rerh:it :iil Oid tornlilnAly rich. I really .forget ?lio?. It wias th:tt.le IIadle Shis money; lunt, lwhat does that matter :whenit it istheres :Hesides. ie is i?llite differrent fronti rh usual run of iAmei can men - hardl. any it?waig. looks a ,geutlntlu:. :nd l i't ai nlwnays brakgging :about Apilrih.a.indll'~llnerieanIl.. :Is illo.r A1lelit.'ll'ls do. " 1h ude his aczquahlint "li·e atl Cannes llasr winter. lest uIe .eo -- was it P riice Ihlpseali or Latdy .3Mairy Glatton w'ho iiift'odued mIe? Or was it Lady 5.i. ? "Yr "It wasn't L:d?S" Siva," said La.dy Blarney,. "beiiuseii she told oe that you introduced himlu.to he.r' "TlThe it miust. hilve been the Prince. .Xnyhow,.he kLiloWst a1.tlie, aind le in tendtl to entertain fiaglilitently.. "I will send you a card for. hLit for my daince," s'ai~d I.ady Blafuey. ." caln't say. wbetlhel he will be able to go, but I know .he dlance...

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THE RAINBOW FEATHER OR A TERRIBLE PROPHECY. CHAPTER XXII.—A DENIAL [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

"THE RAINBOW FEATHER OR. A TERRIBLE PROPHECY.! By FERGUS HUflE. The author of the "Mystery of a Hansom Cab," etc., etc. CIAPT"'ER XXIT.-A- DEI. ALI Squiret, Irne stared blankly at Love,l. and burst out laughing. "Frank Chas kin!" said lie; "mly old friend, the mu'r derer of my premised wifue. You are .mad to say so!" "'I am nt nil, t as ysou know very well, Mr Hlerne. I daresay you came I out of your trancte on that night quickly enough to see Chaslkin steal away from the scene of his e-rime."' "I swear by all that I hold most sacred that I saw nothing of omy friend on that night. I rode back to Mar borough, and cauitgllt the night express to London, without speaking to anyone with whom I was acquainted. I have told you that I came hither in disguise: is it lilkoly. I ask you. Air Lo.-l. that I would nullify that disguise by spealtinmg to niy dearest friend" Not only my second self, mark you." added Herne, haughtily. "'lbut a priest of the English Church, to whom T could not without...

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A WOMAN'S DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898

A WOP'AtW'S DUEL. Ol.-i IVflno\ul t itltundin .1' not :I coIIstiouIs atgcult of tihe secre.-t police, io-.. indeed1. ;itnytlilltg bad or equivoc:.lt. ()n the contrary. she was the eti)o.iane.ti of the absolutely feminine. VWhether that is also the absolutely goad dt Slpetllds on one's views of wl\hlt a woman: ought to be. This is a question ulponI whicrh aen and women di?t'r widely. rThelre was no dicference of oplinioil.how\ - ever, lamongll the nlen whllo knew (Olg:; they were ts? one itn proclahilllilg her divine, and were ready to die for ilhr I ('conviction. True, they could harety be regarded as implnlartial jtldges. ~eeillng that beauty,. likle tl ~utll. dazzles alild bllintls. and Olg"' had nioret th:l her sha:re of it. Hier (elep, dre;atiy eyes could. like a din sky, Ultsil l'ort!l light ning at will; thle ensign of beauty wa; crimlson ill hter delica'tehl enrved lips, and the dew of youtih keIt tile roses of her clteeks ever fresh alld blooalintg. IHer jet black, glossy ha...

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