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A MOUTH BATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
A MIOUTII BATTERY. To be eating, drnnking, talking and sleep. ing with a primary electric battery in one's mouth sounds rather remarkable. But that is what a lady is reported to have being doing hltely, and, what is the most surprising feature of the case, doing it without know ing it. For though Nature compelled her to adopt attificial teeth, yet when they were bought it wasn't known that there was also purchased an electric battery at the same time. For though a battery wasn't saked for when the teeth were obtained, yet neverthe!eas it was unwittingly given. And she was carrying it about day and night in her mouth, and was not aware of the fact, save for a pain experienced in the tongue. Ultimately this became so unpleasant that a doctor was consulted. But his assurance was that there was nothing the matter. A visit, raid to her dentist, obtained from him" the statement that the teeth were perfectly sound; but having some doubts as to the truthfulness of the infurmation, and the p...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
COYMERCIAL INTELLI GENCE. MA-RKETS. Win. Hamilton and Co. report holding their monthly market on Thursday 25th April in Bair's yards, Leongatha, when they yarded 330 head of all descriptions of cattle which were disposed of at prices fully 5s per head above those ruling at our last sale four weeeks ago, and resulting in almost a total clearance. We quote as follows:-3 to 4 yr. old bullocks to 51s; 21 to 3 yr. old steers to 45s; 1 and 2 yr. old steers from 17s Gd to 25s ; fat cows to 52s 6d; newly calved cows to 70s; springers to 50s; dry cows from 20s to 25s; poddies from 11s 6d to 17s 6d. Pigs, those yarded sold readily at satisfactory prices. Horses we sold on account of Messrs. Hogan Bros. Neerim, portion of the advertised lot at prices ranging to £7 2s 6d. The balance of these horses will be offered at our next sale, on 28rd May.
ELECTROPLATING SHIPS HULLS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
ELECTROPLATING SHIPS' HULLS. The elecsroplating of ships' hulls would appear to be undergoing a severe test in America. A steam tug of 200 tons and 9S feet long was recently purchased and placed in a dry dock. Whilt there the whole surface of the ship's hull below the water line was covered with a coating of copper one-sixteenth of an inch thick by applying to it, in sections, tanks or baths measuring about 5 feet Equare. These are cut to con form to the curvature of the vessel's plates, and then firmly braced and shored against the ship's side. They are only about IS inches in depth at the broadest part, and each bath is applied three times. ithe first time, after it has been mad, tight against the vessel's sides by cotton and oakum, it is filled with a strong acid sola. tion for cleansing purposes. There it is allowed to remain for twenty-foor hours, and when removed the spot is washed and cleansed again4. This completed, it is again replaced for twenty-four hours, and this time c...
ALL SORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
ALL SORTS. This story, illustrating from a coach driver'spointof view the crass ignorance of holiday folk, was told coming down from the Black Spur. "Yes,",.said the driver, as one who had studied'the tourist in all his aspects, "we git queer crowds sometimes. T'huther qiuht I was coming down with a big load, an' I heerd 'em on top sayin' to i each other, ' My, aint it beautiful,' 'Ow lovelley,' and that sort o' rot. I I thought they'd struck a good 'orse, or was ravin' about Thomson's 'ouse foot o' Mlount Tigercat, which 'as just been noo painted and done up. When I turns round-wet was they raving about ? No, ye'd never guess. Well jist a blasted common red an' yalla sunset." . They were officers of Her Majesty's navy being presented to a gentleman holding a highly important position in Victoria. "Let me see," said the aide, as he glanced once more at the cards-" Captain Johnson, of the Orlando, and Secretary Howson, of the Ringarooma." "' No! No I'" they explained. "Captain Johnso...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
MELBOURNE LIVE STOuCK m* Fat Cattle.-l15060 yarded on comprising 800 from New South .L 500 from North-Eastern district, " e Gippsland, 200 from Westward, mainder from Northern dat,:ctf town paddocks. Quotations:- -.i e l bullocks, £6 5s to £7 10s; odd, t good do., from £5 5s to £5 1?,;r'' and lighter do, to £4 10s. Bst l of cows from £3 15s to £4 5s. --- c ?\'ilh# In the House of Commons Sir Harcourt, the Chancellor of he co chelhler, has announced that hne 5 introduce a bill providing for On.? ao one vote." The early itr?d?,s.l this measure had caused great inT•, both parties, and it is belic.€ .t i? points to a dissolution of lr.ar e the near future.
THE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
THE MARKETS. FARM" AND DAIRY PIODUCE R20 . Tho Fresh Food and Frozen 5tL Company report :-Cheese.-l'rime cheese sold at 3&d to 4d.; medium d to?; prime matured, 4jd to 5d. l'otted Butt. Prime, fresh at 4d toSd. Fresh lIUn' prime dairies from 41d to 5d, a tfew S lines higher; medium to good, tfom "' 4d, inferior. lower. Eggs-sellijnga Bacon. - Town sides, 4jd to .?5" country 3d to 4d per lb. IK -w Gd to 7d per lb; country from 4d tor ~ lb. Beeswax, 10rd. Lard.--l ddrs ' to 4d. Honey.-Fine clear gardcn ". 2d; market glutted. Carcase Po or 3d. per Ib; medium 'id. PoultCl keys, to 8s 6d per pair; geese, 3s per pair ; fowls 2s to 2s lidpa ingto quality; ducks, 2s to 3s3 d pe I' WHOLESALE POTATO lt 'T. Mr. M. Glass(ord reports :-eslt ie?? to £1 5s, inferior to 22s 6d. Om O £3.
COUNTRY STORE KEEPERS AND GUN-POWDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
COUNTRY STORE KEEPERS AND GUN POWDER. '---+-- A matter of some interest to coy try storekeepers was mentioned to L Justic Holroyd in the Supreme Co namely, whether a license underi Explosives Act is required for the sii of powder for sporting purposes. I? question came up upon an applictr: to review a decision of the justices Ararat dismissing an informa:: against a local storekeeper nsl: Burn, who was found to have up: his premises about 801b. of sport gunpowder in ilb. flasks, Mr. J. t Mackey appeared to move the o:'e absolute, and Mr. T. C G. ans show cause. Mr. Justice Holo. said there seemed to be an omisiot0 some kind in the act. If no lice were needed for the sale of sporr gunpowder a storekeeper might -1 on his premises, without commi: an offence, enough gunpowder tot y' up a town. On the other hand, d license were needed, there wRa exception as to quantity, and keeping for sale of half a pound 0A be an offence. As the question ,n important, and if he gave a decic there woul...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, MAY 3RD, 1895. Sixteen Hours a Day. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
THE wTeH WBICH Is ui2C01U'OEAresau: hea ` rraug us: tU . -FRIDAY, MAY aa 1589. Sixteen Hours a Day. A . disconcerting report has been circulated among the local towns-folk during the past fewdays to the effect that the Railway Commissioners con template the removal from Warragul to Melbourne of most of the employees resident in the township - some twenty families in all-and that in all probability the rumor would be verified at a very early date. It appears that representations have been made to the Commissioners complaining of the excessive number of hours the drivers, firemen and guards have to work, and requesting such an alteration of the existing system as would lead to a modification of the conditions, and at the same time enable the officials named to put in their present number ol hours per week. The men have no grievance in respect to their weekly total odf hours. They' simply com. plain at having to squeeze that total into abous three days. A man, for instance, under prese...
THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
THE DAILIES DISTILLED. The price of telegrams has beon raisd from Od to 9d. Senders of messages will, however, be allowed nine words for Od, and ld will be charged foer ch addltiondl word, but no charge will be made for the address or signature. Mr. Tucker, a merchant of Hull, has made an important offer for the purchase of Australian rabbits. ?e announces thit he is prepared to buy 20,000 rabbits weekly, to be delivered in London, at 81d each for large sized, and d each for small sized. Heproposes that the arrange ment shall commence at the end of August. The Sale Butter Factory has closed for the winter months after a none too pros perous season. They own another estab. lishment at Nuntin, and intended to close this also. As, however, a regular supply of, milk was forthcomihg, it has: been decided to allow the suppliers the use bf the buildings and machinery for the winter months at a merely nominal rental. At the meeting of the Ifrtropoiitan Board of Works on Tuesday the chair ma...
Presbyterian Sabbath School. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
Presbyterian Sabbath School. We are requested to notify that the anniversary services of the Presbyterian Sabbath-school, Warragul, will beo con ducted on Sunday, 12th May, by the Rev. W. S. Rolland, of Prahran (editor of the " Children's Record"), who will preach to children specially in the morning at 11 and afternoon at 3, at which latter service is is expected the scholars of the Wesleyan school will, in accordance with a pleasing custom that has been in force for several years, be present. Mr. Rolland will also preach -in the evening at 7. o'clock.
TO OUR WIVES AND MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
TO OURi WIVES: AND, , MOTHERS. .,, (,??ri ..'be :health:of twoman is the foun datibi ,L beauty. :'Goda' ,,health ensures beautiful symmetrical lines adi fdrins,;Vtt htalthy a?ri'dblboooing appearapnc,,hich even brings charm to irregular efttuires.' ' Beiaty without health is impossible consequently it is obvious that .women" shouldi ;pay greatest attention to retain good'heli th Unfontuti tel w&i±iie?i are' greatly expssed to disorders which- cause un ol~i snffering and prevent them from fulfilling their home as well as social"- duties, making life a burden. The greatest medical authorities teach that female troubles would not occur if the kidneys'and liver were kept in a healthy condition. It would be use. less to attempt to cure female diseases without removing the actual cause, Warrner's SAFE Cure, in establishing a healthy action of the kidneys and liver, and neutralising the poisonous acids in the blood-the cause of: all inflammation, removes .the germ of ulceration, ab...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. To My Daughter. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
THE LADIES' COLUMN. To My Daughter. 0, little one, daughter, my dearest, W'ith your smiles and your beautiful curls, Aud your laughter, the brightest and clearest. 0, gravest and gayest of girls ; With your hands that are softer than roses, And yours lips that are lighter than flowers, And that innocenthrow thatdiscloees A wisdom more lovely than ours ; With your locks that encumber, or scatter In a thousand murcurial gleams, And those feet whose impetuous patter I hear and remember in gleams ; With your manner of motherly duty, When you play with your dolls and are wise ; With your wonders of speech and the beauty, In your little impertous eyes. When I hear you so silvery nuging Your welcome from chamber or stair, When you run to me kissing and clinging So radiant, so rosily fair. I bend like an ogre beforo you, I bury my faoo in your curls; I fold you, I clasp you, I love you, 0 baby, q...n-bloseem of girls. -1;CU---! The Illustrations this week show pretty.1 autumn dresses for li...
A Happy Life. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
A Happy Life. Happy were he could he keep his heart at case, In some fair vale, secure from fraud and fear, A sharer of earth's quiet joy and peace, Contented to walk with the changing year True toil by day his hope's Eociety, Sound sleep at night his body to repose; At pcice with God and Nature's sancti;y, As one who neither hate nor envy knows; W\ho, when he dies, might have the earth to be His bed, the starry sky his canopy. IIappy unto the grave to go Wi;hout a fear-ah me ! I know IHow sweet it were to be buried so. -. C.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
DISEASE DEFIED ! HEALTH INSURED! CLEMENTS TONIC HOLDS THE RECORD. More lives saved by Clements Tonic than by all other medicines'oombined. A GENUINE ARTICLE COIpMANDS SUCCESS. CLEMENTS TONIC IS GENUINE. CLEhENTS TONIC IS SUCCESSFUL. READ THE EVIDENCE. Mrs Edith Johns, Nelson, New Zealand, who writes:--"I am glad to be able to add my testimony and thanks to you for the great benefit I have received from your Tonic. About two years ago I got very thin and pale, and had a fearful pain in my chest, which in. creased so that 1 could not stand upright. I saw a doctor, who said my lungs were weak; he gave me some medicine, and said I must not go out in the night air, but instead of getting better I gradually got worse, and I was gl?d enough not to have to go out at all, but lie down all day. This went on for months, and people called it indigestion; and one day a friend recommended Clements Tonic, which I commenced taking at o:ce, and before the first bottle was finished I felt oetter, and...
WARRAGUL RACE CLUB. PROGRESS OF OPERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
WARRACUL RACE CLUB. PROGRESS OF OPERATIONS. --0 Another meeting of the committee of Warragul Racing Club was held at Plounght's Railway Hotel on Wednesday evening, and was attended by Mr. D. Connor (president), Dr. Hayes. nud Messrs. Plouright, Kennedy, Howell, Hansen, Matchett, Kernot, Carpenter, Powell, Gray, and the Secretary (Mr. Clinton).. Mr. Kennedy reported that he had seen Mr. Anderson-president of the shire-and that he had. consented to have the dam in the Hazel Creek lowered, so as to prevent the water over. flowing the banks. Mr. Geddes, engineer, reported that he had inspected the works on the course, and that everything was going on very satisfactorily. From the nature of the ground he feared originally that the course would be somewhat rough, but now that the tussocks had been cleared it was fairly well level, and eventually he believed it would be one of the best courses out of Melbourne. The course will be ploughed, harrowed and rolled in due time, and the Secretary...
Chinese Etiqueet. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
Chinese Etiqueet. Etiquette requires in Chinse conoVer sation that each should c ingliment the other and depreciate himself and all his belongings. It is affirmed that tho fol lowing is not an exaggeration : " What is your hlnorable name ?" SlMy' isignificant appellation is Chang." " Where is your Inagnificnlt palace ?" " My contemptible hut is at Luchan." ' IIow many are your illustrious chil dren ?" " My vile, wourtihes brat;s ro five." "low is the health of your distin guished spouse ?" SMy mean, good-for.nothiug old woman is well," -
The Days Are Creepin' In. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
The_.71sp.:w' Ar, p pin' tn - The daisies on the braid hillside - Are scarcely to be seen, - An' buttercups nae langer hide Upen the swaird so green; Noe humble wildflo'er scents the air, Their blossom nco is dune; My he'rt is dowie, for aince mair The days are creepin' in. The birdies aune their songs will end An' leave the witheril' trees, An'na niair will their sweet strains blend Till faur nyont the seas: But the river's voice will strengthen When foamin' owre the linn. As the nichts begin toe lengthen, And the days' are creepin' in. Era long the winter's hoary sire Will deed the hills wi' enaw. Then roon' the cheerie, roarin fire Oar chairs at e'er we'll draw, An' crack aboot the times we spent When owre the braes we'd rn To cull sweet flo'ers, as' ne're tcok tent The days were creepin' in. An sae, as ovre life's sunny rkntw3 WVe seek for pleasure's bleoom, Nae saddenin' thocht oor spirit cown, Nor clouds afore us loon; Dut on withoot a care or ifear, Wi' fitstap fleet we rin. ...
Circumstances Alter Cases. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
Circumstances Alter Canes.-Labor Orator: "Away with the distinctions of wealth and position. True manhood should be thu only standard. You can't judge a man by the coat he wears. (liisses.) I amsurprised, my friends, that any working uman should take exception to that sentiment. You are no true union men." Voices: " Yes but we belong to the Tailors' Union."
Vehicle Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895
Vehicle Accident. As an old man named Isaac Virasch, a well-known resident of Dronin West, was proceeding to Drouin on Tuesday morn ing, he met with a serious accident. He was riding in the waggonette used for convoying cream from the Tarago creamery to the Dronin railway station, and when turning the corner near O'Keefe's store the axle of the hind wheel broke. Virasch, who was on his way to Melbourne to visit a sick relative, was thrown heavily to the ground, break ing his hip. He was attended by Dr. Travers, and subsequently conveyed to the Alfred Hospital by the 11.20 a.m. train for further treatment.