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A GREAT VEGETARIAN [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
A GREAT VEGETARIAN RloeIneyi wais a vegetarian. Hie e lioved tit:t lie miight li\vc io he a cn-ei tlury old if lie avoided the use of mon:)t. Iis favorite dishes -were lIiimbunger clleecse, pumpernllickt;l nid latI:d crack ers. Apollinaris wats his only drink for y-ears. says the ('lthitgo ""*'iies lileald." M1 rlll :1 time alftl' -on(,tCrt hours hlave 1 ordired thlli ill of fare for imh1 *in4 listened to 1i11 say. for tit thousandthi timie: "\I3 td~a i.l, 111in is blloody iby natureli. relined vby edulllcatlion. M-:ia dlt,);ases. Could 1 fiddle as I do if I devoured beef like i beast'? Iiiipossible. My body needsI little to keep, it strlongl. but 11my mini lmiust h:ave every attention. Lis tenll." The'n lhe .woull (:ent(h up his fiddle :ise. htiirt forth the instriument. hour isih Ilhe hbo over his hold. fix his I wiuk ling e yes ol me and l)iyO. What ? I rarely knew. T1sually soniethilng of hiis own-- ftntlsy of rage, tile e:rililui?aike. the surf in 11 storlim. the pliritut of a'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
Public Notices. C. S. AFFLECK, Land, Insurance, & General Commission Agent, QUEEN-STREET, WARRAGUL, Next Bank of New South Wales. LOCAL AGENT FOR a'BECKETT & CHOMLEY, SOLICITORS COLONIAL MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY, SUN INSURANCE OFFICE. G. W. ANDERSON, Land, Insurance & General Commission Agent. H AVING now established a General COMMISSION AGENCY, I shall be pleased to undertake Commission Busi ness of every description. Victoria St., iVarragul. JOHN DODDS, Teacher of Music, ATHENA E U M, - Queen Street, Warragul. - Visits Yarragon ant Darnum Every Saturday. GRAY L FWRIEND, SOLICITORS, WARRAGUL, H AVE Trust Moneys to Lend, at Low Rates, in Large or Small Sums. CORR & RYLAH, E. J. CORR, BA., LLB., W. R. RYLAtI, MA. LLB. Barristers and Solicitors, Successors to MIR. ARCHIBALD D. MICHIE. MR. T. J. PORTER (late with Mr. Michie MANAGING CLERK. Queen Street, Warragul; 285 Collins Street, Melbourne; Also at lrouin. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. GEO. REA, M.U.I.O.O.F.,...
WARRAGUL SHIRE COUNCIL. SHIRE DAYMEN'S WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
WARRAGUL SHIRE COUNCIL.. SHIRE DAYMEN'S WAGES. A meeting of the Warragul Shire Council was held at the Shire Hall on Wednesday last, when there were present : President P. J. Smith and Crs. G. W. Anderson, R. B. Caunter, D. McNeil, D. Connor, T. W. Butler, T. Stockdale, and A. W. Harvie. The Secretary (Mr. Picken) read the minutes of the last council meeting, which were confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From G. Freckelton, Rokeby, respecting the clearing of the old Telegraph IRoad, and suggesting that it should be done before the hot weather set in. He offered to clear off logs and undergrowth one chain wide along his boundary for 5s. per chain.-To be considered with estimates. From S. Little, drawing council's atten tion to the desirability of clearing trees off Bloomfield North road, as it was the main road leading to Crossover.-To be considered with estimates. From W: Coop, secretary to Fancy Dress Ball committee, asking for the patronage of the council for the ball. Patronage granted. ...
ONCE UPON A TIME. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
'ONCE UPON A TIME. Two frogs found themselves in a pail of milk, and they could not jump out. One turned faint-hearted, and said to the other, ' Good-bye, I sink, I die." Said his nervy, nousy chum, "' Brace up, you. duffer, keep jmnpin', and see what turns up." So they kept on jumping up and "down all night, and by morning had so churned the milk that it turned to butter, and, lo ! they escaped safe to land ! Applied to business, the froggy fable means this: The man who looks for bad times, and becomes dormant and faint-hearted directly the business outlook becomes cloudy, will not sur vive to see good times, for he lets a golden opportunity slip by. We have received for review the first number of the " West Gippsland Gazette," a new paper published at IWarragul. The letterpress, being from new type, is perfect, and the contents of the number display the energy and ability of the proprietors. The journal is an eight page one, and should have a prosperous career. Jiruumburra Mail.
Curing Cheese. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
Curing Cheese. The question that I am to consider is how to cure and perfect a well made full cream cheese after it comes from the press. My opinion is that a cheese to be properly cured should be exposed to a temperature varying according to its age. For the first 12 to 15 days a temperature of 75 degrees will not in jure a well made hay cheese, but for a cheese not made on hay the tempera ture should not go above 70 degrees nor fall below 68 degrees. From the fifteenth to the twenty-fifth day the temperature should range from 65 degrees to 68 de grees, from the twenty-fifth to the thir ty-fifth day the temperature should be from 60 degrees to 65 degrees and after that not above 55 degrees. So much for the temperature. An other consideration is the question of moist or dry air for curing rooms, and I believe in a moist air. In the begin ning of the factory system the curing room was called a dryroom, and a dry room it was in most cases, and a hot one, too, if the weather was hot an...
LARDNER'S TRACK. ROAD IMPROVEMENTS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
LARDNER'S TRACK. ROAD IMPROVEMENTS WANTED. A deputation consisting of Messrs. Cole, Langford, and Gregory, of Lardner, waited on the Warragul Council on Wednesday, to draw the council's attention to the bad state of portions of Lardner's Track. Cr. Stockdale, who introduced the deputation, said that this grievance was discussed at a meeting recently held at Lardner. The cause of it was the bad state of the road on Lardner's Track. As he was not present at the meeting he would let Mr. Cole explain the matter to the council. Mr. Cole said that the ratepayers on Lardner's Track were desirous of getting something done to put the road in better repair. Lardner's Track divided the Buln Buln and Warragul Shires, and the ratepayers on both sides of the road paid rates which amounted in the aggregate to about £60 a year. Confinining himself to the time that he had been resident at Lardner, five years, he estimated that the" ratepayers along the Track had paid about £300 in rates, which added...
DISTRICT NEWS. NEERIM SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS). NEERIM SOUTH. We understand the Tarago saw mill is again to start work under new management, and no doubt it will be an advantage to Neerim South. On Monday last another nice nugget was found in Jackson's Creek, weigh- ing 1oz. 6dwts. From all appearances it was dyke gold. The Mt. Magnus syndicate are still working, and the prospect of a good thing seems to grow better the further they go in. We had a splendid fall of rain here this week, which has put a better heart into the farmers, but we still require more.
CRUMMY'S RAID. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 13 September 1898
CHUMMY'S RAID. &nbsp; &nbsp; BY SANDA ENOS. I am a model caw, though anyone &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; wouldn't think it to see me in my pre- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; sent plight. Do you see this "'poke" &nbsp; &nbsp; around my neck ? But there's no need &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; of asking you that question-- I see you'v'e got youri' 'yes i.xed o1 it. A.\a:t, ltlh.t I havt' lived i o s" ile a 1' .3 ]:lht l yluIve to wea'r such :tl a dg' of s1111,'. I Wihy. if anty ctOW hall .:s 1lul'h :Is hinti'd t 11t " poissibility of si ll'li :I thing al m'o)nl lllligo. I shloul have promllptly 1ily fll'o rl'. bl?:!t I ::hb !:ot guilty. No, i nd,, : ]Ilw did it a:ll &lt;Otti' 1il ,1 ? O1h, I got into )l ] con( :nl I' V. sir': I 'o)i hillnt ]):It[ coullp:.ny. 1h( you se.' :1:11 1-t \1" ov'e" t-hor(-...
RE-DIRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898
RE-DIBECTION. Letters, packets, and newspapers are re-directed, without charge. to any part of Victoria, upon the written request of the addressee. They may also be re-posted, with a fresh direction, by an agent of the addressee, within a day of delivery, pro vided they have not been opened. Let. ters, &c., may also be re-posted to other colonies and countries, provided that the difference (if any) in postage be paid.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898
Till 1834 that fine old British institu tion, slavery, prevailed in Bardadoes. The moment the ban was removed, the island, contrary to the usual experi ence, entered upon a career of unex ampled prosperity. It would seem that the mind of the 'Badian nigger has been developing quite as fast as his physical prosperity, for now we find the emanci pated slave airing his labor troubles with all the ease of an accomplished social economist. Nay, he has even or gauised a. riot in support of his princi ples, and is sheeting home his argu ments with wrecked sugar plantations and looted houses. Colston Hall, the magnificent building erected in Bristol, in commemoration of the pious and charitable Edward Cols ton, has been burned to the ground. The sittings of the Trades Union Congress were being held in the building when the disaster took place. The fine organ which was one of the glories of the town, was ruined in the general destruc tion. The American newspapers gleefully chronicle another ...
THE FLYING SQUADRON, [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898
THE FLYING SQUADRON, When the Spanish vessels gather Like the pirate fleets of yore, When they seek to sweep the ocean All along the Cuban shore; When they strip themselves for action And the eyes of nations stare, You can bet the Flying Squadron And itd lighters Will Be. There. When the woe of war's upon us, When destroyers plough the sea, When Morro Castle crumbles And the Cuban flag is free: When the flash and flame of battle Tints the balmy Southern air, You can bet the Flying Squadron And its fighters Will Be There. When the Spanish nation topples And its ruins rise in smoke, When its starving, beggar subjects Cast away a cruel yoke, When the sun of freedom penetrates The cloud of Cuba's care, Fou can bet the Flying Squadron And its fighters Will Be i U There, When the noise of battle echoes In the annals of the past, When the flag of poor old Cuba Is a freeman's flag at last, When the dove of peace is monarch, When the sword becomes a share, Even then our Flying Squadron And i...
WHEN MARY WAS A LASSIE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898
WHEN MARY WAS A LASSIE. The maple trees are tinged with red, The birch with golden yellow, And high above the orchard walls laing apples, rich and mellow; And that's the way through yonder lane, That looks so still and grassy The way I took one Sunday eve, When Mary was a lassie. You'd hardly think that patient face, That looks so thin and faded, Was once the very sweetest one That bonnet ever shaded; But when I went through yonder lane, That looks so still and grassy, Those eyes were bright, those cheeks were fair . When MIary was a lassie. Dat many a tender sorrow since, And muany a patient care, Hiave miie those furrows on the face I That used to be so fair; your times to yonder churchyard, Through the lane so still and grassy, i We've borne and laid away our dead, Since, .Mary was a lassie. And so you see I've grown to love The wrinkles more than rosies; Earth's winter flpwersiare sweeter far Thain all spring's dewy posies. They'll carry us through yonder lane, That looks so sti...
WARDEN'S COURT. CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. TAILINGS AND SLUDGE FROM ADJOINING PROPERTY. CARL PEARSON V. NEERIM PROPRIETARY GOLD MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898
WARDEN'S COURT. CLAIM FOR DAMAGES. TAILINGS AND SLUDGE FROM ADJOINING PROPERTY. CARL PEARSON V. NEERIM P110 PRIETARY GOLD MINING COM PANY. At the Warden's Court on Tuesday last, before Mr. A. C. Cresswell, Carl Pearson, of Neerim East, miner, sought to recover £100 damages from the Neerim Proprie tary company, for allowing tailings and sludge from their claim to run upon com plainants ground and the complainant further sought for an order to restrain defendant's from allowing such tailings to run upon complainants property. Mr. Corr represented the complainant, and Mr. Backhouse defended. Mr. Corr having brieflly stated the case for the plaintiff. Mr B]ackhouse said that the defence, was a denial of the fact set forth in the summons, that there were no tailings on the land, and if any one was liable, it was F. R. Harris, as the holder of a water right license from the head to the end of the race complained of, and that plaintiff had no right to sue, as he was not the holder of claim...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898
giv-es thl? following als the ]?,est IlO\Vll remuedy for sore heels : Lanolin, two (ilunces; salicylie acid. two drams;: s1ul .lhatc of zinc, Ivwenty grains; mIix a?nd -apply three times a day. Keel) the heels dry. and do not use horse until a cll're is COmpleltdl. Comets tails appear to be repelled by the sun, and M. Deslandres now as cribes the fact to "cathodic" rays emitted by our luminary. These rays, are, of course, like the rays from the cathode in a Crookes tube, as made fa miliar to us by. Rontgen's discovery.
The West Gippsland Gazette. WARRAGUL' SEPTEMBER 20, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898
Wirst Sipplaunt 'WARRAG UL' SEPTEMBER 20, 1898. On the first page will be found a very interesting account of the early days of Gippsland, by ail old pioneer of the colony, now a resident of Beechworth. Some of the events narrated took place over 40 years ago, and the writer, who was then the owner of several cattle stations, gives a graphic description of his experiences in Gippsland, when this part of the colony was an ahnost impenetrable forest. Messrs Skews and Patterson will hold a horse parade on Thursday next, when the stallions will parade down Queen-street, afterwards returning to the sale yards, where the judging will take place at one o'clock. A prize will be given for the best groomed horse. The firm intend making this an annual event. A special meeting of the Warnagul Shire Council has been convened by President Smith for Friday next in order to draft a schedule of works, in connection with the government grant of £150,000. A parliamentary circular in reference to the a...
LOCAL MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898
LOCAL MAILS. MAILS CLOSE at WARRAGUL for the following places, at the under mentioned times: Melbourne and all Sta. 10 15. tions on Line ... 1 a.m& 7p.m. Sale and all Stations} on Line ... .10.15 p.m. &7p.m. Buln 3uln, Neerin) Mlon. Wed. & Sat. South, Rokeby,r 11.10 a.m.; Tues. Neerim ... ...) and Thur., noon. Tues. & Thurs. 12 Crossover ... ... noon; Saturdays 11.10 a.m. M-. ondays, Wed Lardner ... ... nesdays, & Fri days 11.15 a.m. Ellinbank Seaview, and Ferndale, Tues days and Fridays 11.30 a.m. Printed and published by A. J. HRInvEY and Co., proprietors, every Tuesday morning, at their offices, Victoria street, Warragul, in the colony of Victoria.
POST CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898
POST CARIDS. The following is an extract from the "Postal Guide ": "Private cards bearing adhesive stamps are allowed to be used as post cards be tween places in Victoria, under the follow ing conditions, viz.: " That they be made of ordinary card. board, not thicker than the material used for the official post card, and measure not less than 4in. by 3in., nor more than 51in. by 34in. " That there be nothing affixed, writ ten, printed, or otherwise imnpressed on the front thereof except the address and stamps in payment of postage, and the following words when printed only, viz.: -'Post Card.' The address only-to be written on this side."