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MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
MAILS GLOSnEAT ;WARRAGUL S FOR Melbourne, twice ailu.l',a 10.15 a.ul. and 7 p.m.; trakolling post, 11.10 a.m. -and 7.50 p.um. Sale and: l3airnsdale,. twicbe daily, 10.151 S'alld I7-p:??: triaelling'-ost, 10.55 a.m. and 7.50 p.m..? i Neerim, Neerim South and Rokeby, daily, 12 noon. Larduer-Mlondays, Wednesday s and Fri. days, 11.15 a.m..
200oz. IN ONE PATCH. LIKE A BUNCH OF GRAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
200oz. IN ONE PATCIH. LIKE A BUNCH OF GRAPES. Messrs. White and Jackson, from whose mine at Welcome Gully Daylesford a few weeks ago over 150oz. of gold was dug out in an hour, have been pushing ahead with their drive end storing their quartz. They have just struck another rich patch estimated to yield over 200oz. of gold at the spot where the previous rich find was-made. They started a winze, and had only sunk 2 feet when they came across a patch from which quite 200 oz. were obtained in 2 feet. One. piece weighs over 30 oz., and the pieces were in clusters something like a bunch of grapes.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
GENERAL. P'ostal lRaes.-Inland.-Lettors.-E very oclleC, 2d.; urgent letters, 6d:. idditional. Intercolonial. -Letters.-Everv Ihalfounce or under, 2d. jI'ackets.-Evesry 2oz, or under, uld. Books and nnagaziies.-Every 4 oz. or under, Sd, Newspapers, 1d. P'ackets to New South "Wales and Queensland, containing articles of any value, must be paid letter rate. Inland Parcel Post.-Limnit, 7 lbs, alte 1lbs, or under 9d.; each extra lb., d, by special stamps at the i'.O. All Countries Outside Australasia (which for postal purposes includes British heiv Guinea, Fiji, and New Hebrides) Letters-For every a oz. or under ... 21d Post Cards ... ... ... each l:d IReply P'ost Cards ... -... cach d Newspapers (for United Kingdom) Each Newspaper, 4 oz. or under ... Id Each additionat 2oz. or fraction therof ... ... ... id Newlspapers (for phlaces outside United Kingdom) 4 oz. or under ... id (Al Conunercial papers, r oz. or unlder, Sid aclh additional 2 oz or under ... 1d (n) l'rinted papers (other th...
VICTORIAN COAL. IMPORTANT DISCOVERY & DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
VICTORIAN COAL. IMPORTANT DISCOVERY' & DEVELOP MENT. Last Sunday week several Railway emyloyes out for a day's ramble in the bush near Jum. bunna, South Gippsland, cme across a seam of black coal of most excellent quality. From all appearances it is an extension of the famous Onitrim, Ilowist and Jumbunna seams, which have been pronounced to be the best coal. yet found in the colony. The new find, which is in the vicinity of the property of the South )Outtiln Coal Miining Compal'y, is of great value, inasmuch as it proves the continuav ofthe Coal seams over an extensive area and indicates that the Colony possesses Coal deposits of inexhaustible charac ter. Regarding the South O(utltri Comlltany, the propertyv is in the very heart ofs the Coa'lfielid ati lulnbana, and within aishort distance of the railhay upiv nearly coniplcted. Siihce the pris pects a'ppeared i our paper several persons of small means, desirous osf obtaining nll iantresrt in the coal, have applied to know i...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
LOCAL NEWS. " Four thousand soe,n have been se At by the Mining departlment into the country districts to prospect for gold. There ought to be some i ' linds" out of this lot. The residents of Buln iBun have been without means of obtaining education for their children ever since the State-school was burnt down-about a year ago. Re presentations have been made to the Edu cation I)epartment for a long time past, and at last we under-tand that a building is to be hired near the station for the puir poses of a school. We informed our readers, in a previous issue, that Mr. F. H. Sihaw, of Bloomfield, intended sending ia cumigtutent of 300 sheep to Melbourne for shipment to Eng land, through Messrs. l1otson and Co. The sheep went down on Saturday even ing last and rhave doubtless by this tiule bean literally transformed into " freezers." The Sabbath school auniversary in con neclion with the W'arragul l'resbyterianl Church, was celebrated on Sunnday, and at each of the three services ther...
ROUND THE WORLD ON NOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
ROUND THE WORLD ON NOTHING. .ln nterprising Swedish journalist i; :ow in Melbourne on the not too u:joyablc contract of travelling round the world on nothing, the -work to be rc:aplrted within six months. Mr. A?in Freder Weener, travelling repre s:ntarive of the "Nya Dagligt AIlchand," Stockholm, is the journalist in qlustion, and in pursuance of liis mission he is now serving as an trdirary seaman on board the R.M.S. Untoa, after having previously crossed :L~ Pacific as steerage steward's assist flat on the San Francisco mailsteamer IAla?di. There seems to be little rono for doubting that, bar accidents, Ke. Weener will easily complete his roa??d the world contract on time. He -srted from Chicago, where he' was r:_aged on the "Figaro," on 23rd knuarn, got to San Francisco by ti:ng as assistant fireman on railway :;ines when he could, walking when -?.could not, and getting along as well ia l could generally with a tempera ;r, under zero. He left San Frnenisco on 9th March, reached ~...
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE 'I'h· rllnn ·in accoIInLs are icing at 1110 Iircl antd I Iv UtttcC, W\ tria l Mc\ar.\tylrr , I.1. F.l '1t. It. i¶trot,. I.t F::. ~tIot~ar. I Sr~E.oak F. ltl.ttrr, I". Ia. .lIrot, TV 1. liullbert, C'. iiatti , Let, \ViJ.ial0 MI, cVtirkagtihire, -
A GIPLSLAND ELOPEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
A GIPLSLAND ELOPE MENT. A young man from Gippsludl, nam:ed J. 1I. Caswell, tlas reported to the Prahran police that his wife, whom le left in lodgings at 17 Earl-street, Windsor, while attending to his bui ness in CGippsland, had disappeared after receiving a sum of money, about l£100, and had left for Sydney in com pany with an unknown .mal . A charge of larceny of a box of clothing was entered against the missinig wife and Iicr unknown companion.
What the Farmer Wants! [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
What the Farmer Wants ! A gentleman mho has ample oppor tunity of learning the financial position of most af the farmers foir 10 or 15 miles round \Varragil, informs ust that they are most anxious to see the cheap money scheme of the continent of Europe, the Credit Foncier, in practical operation in Victoria. Without going the length of asserting that the farmers around the capital of West (;ippsland, are Iore involved than their brethrthren in other parts of the colony, it is safe to say that chea.i money would be an incalculable Ioonn at the present moment, and very materially help to hasten the returnl of happier times. The very existence of too many of our tillers of the soil hlangst upon it. It is the one topic above all others that is engaging the attention of the farmer, who sees ill cheap money it means of pulling himself together, and finally shaking off that hideous nightmare, "Jdebt." Utder present conditionls many of the farmers in this portion of West (Iippslald, indust...
TRIUMPHANT. How Two Loving Hearts at Last Were Joined Together. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
TRIUMPHANT. How Twoa Laoln, Hearts at Last Wens Joined Together. "It can never -?L!" It was the night of the great ball. A myriad lights flashed. The sparkle from countless diamonds dazzled the eye. Meau tiful faces bloomed everywhere, like flowers In a hothouse. The charm of music min gled with the perfumed air and cast its magic spell upon the dancers. There was glitter, there was excitement, there swas the wordless eloquence of moving masses that Itirs the pulses. fires the heart and breeds a ,mile upon the face of immobility, and away from it all, in a dark corner of the conservatory, under the shadow of a tropic palm, stood two. figures, wrapt, intense, emotional. "'Ir. Calloway," she continued, "no ona can appreciate more than I do the great honor that you have conferred upon me. I know you to be upright, manuly, commandl ing the esteem of your fellow men, and for such a man to ask a woman to become his wife is indeed an honor. But, believe me, it cannot be. Do not think that ...
ACCIDENT TO DR. TRUMPY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
.-ACCIDENT TO DR. TRUMPY. The public will regret to hear that ODr. Truinpy is suffering from the effedtisotf an 'accident which happened to himnt on the- Brandy Creek road on Thursday last. lie was riding out from Warragul, ndl when near the residence of 1Mr. Love the horse he was riding swerved suddenly to the near side and threw its rider in thie opposite direction. The doctor came down with good force on the right hip, and it was with difliculty that he managed to side back homnc. 11e hao since been confined to his bed, but oil making inquiries yesterday we learn?l that he was progressing favorably and expects to be about again shortly. In the imeantinme Dr. Hayes is attelndil to his practice.
Life and Cards. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
S Life and Cuards. Man's life is a game of cards. First it is "cribbage." Next he tries to "go it alone" in a sort of "cut, shuffle and deal" pace. Then he raises the "deuce" while his mother "takes a hand in," and contrary to IIoyle "beats the little joker with her lire." Then with his'"diamonds- ho :wins the "'jueen of hearts.". Tired of playing "alone band," he expresses a desire to "assist".1is fair "partner," "throws out his cards,t;aid -his clergyu?in takes a $10 bill out of hinm for a "pair." She "orders him up" to build the fire. Like a "knave" he joins the 'clubs," where he oftengets "high," which is "low" too. If he keeps 'straight," he. is "some times "flush." ie grows old and "bhlrt," sees a "deal" of trouble, when he' at last "shuflles" off his mnortalcoiland "passes in his checks"'' and he is "raked in by a 'spade."'" Life's gameis ended, and he waits the summons of Gabriel's "trump," which shall "order him up."-Clarion (Pa.) Demo crat.
A SHIRE PRESIDENT'S POWERS. HIS AUTHORITY SUPREME. DEBATE AT THE NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 17 April 1894
A ShlIRE PRESIDENT'S ', POWERS. TIIS AUTHORITY SIUPIIllE.II DEBATE AT THE NAl'lt\C.1\( aIIII: S -: COUNCIL., i For several 'Moniths past Lae Usual uiia?iiiity of the meetings of th -Narracani Shire Council ihave be disturbed by heated diacussioj . during 'which tile electric errent aa' generated to such an ctent t, ac?ial contact between the neg•,. and" positive seemed not icnprohaal . The climax was apparently reaclhd at the meeting on Friday ~ei, iri consequence of certain tcrm, Cr. BIranigan'felt called upon to ducri l an. apology of the President. .At the monthly meethlg of the council on Friday last. C'r. Braaign, accordingly moved (having giv?;c t;~ rdquisite notice): "Thlat l'resild:; Campbell be iequested to cwitlri the; disorderly language sued :i ti:e previous meeting, and to ime ak: apology to the council." The-President also had a si'jibr,. worded motion ailegis g diroril) conduct on the part of Cr. Lral,ig,.3' Cr. Powell suggested that t!i council: should go into cosmsm...