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AGRICULTURAL. Steam as a Disinfectant. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

AGRICULTURAL Steam as a Disinfectaut. .o. A very interesting and useful discussion it taking place in Englishjournals on the power of steam as a disinfectant and cleanser of dairy utensilso All dairymen connected with the factory system know that the custom is to torn the empty milk cans over a steam-jet at ths factory, and that this action is supposed to give a complete disinufection to the washing pronee. which usually includes scrubbing the cans in & vat in which there is either cold or tepid water. Now the grave point has arisen, what degree nf temperature is attained inside the vessel by thne steam ? Pasteur considers that a single heating to 125deg. Fahr. kills germs of milk. Mr Speir, an English farmer, has made several tests to ascertain how this degree of heat can be certainly secured. At lOft. from the boiler, with a 7-1tin. pipo turned up through a board., and another hin. pipe within 2in. of it ito take away the used steam and air) light gallon milk t.b (wood) in...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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How Butter Becomes Rancid. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

How Butter Becnnles Rancid. o0 Tutter stored in a warm room or exposed to sunlight may become rancid from noxious bacteria without becoming sour from either bacteria or from direct chemical change, ac cording to V. Klecli,of Leipsic, Germany. The acidity of butter increases regularly with its age, and by the action of sunlight and heat this goes on more slowly than under the uusual cn ditions. Heat diminishes the activity of the acid microbes, and they may be killed by direct sunlight. hence the degree of rancidity of butter cannot hae estimated directly from its acidity. Oxidation plays an inferior part in rendering butter acid, the sourness being principally due to the a:tion of bacteria, which are chiefly anaerobic, getting their oxygen by chemically decomposing the butter, and hence they canlive withoutair or light. Temperatures of freezing andof body heat retard the production of acid. The addition of 4 per cent. of poisonous fluoride of potassium to test tubes of butter, entir...

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FALSE RACE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

FALSE RACE WEIGHTS. Early in March anonymous weights for the Petersburg races were published in the Adelaide press. The Peters berg Jockey Club committee and their secretary left no stone unturned to find out the framer of the handicaps, and their efforts were so successful that they secured from the person himself a sworn declaration that he was guilty of the offence. The un official handicapper, who is a resident of Petersburg, in his declaration admits that he published the weights but that he was assisted in his work by two others whose names he men tions. The matter came under the attention of the S.A.J.C. committee on Friday last, and they decided that the framer of the imposts, with his two alleged accomplices, should be called upon to show cause why they should not be disqualified for corrupt practices. The parties referred to have till May 17 in which to forward their explanations. Very generous congratulations were tendered by the members of the Presby. tery of Melbourne N...

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DROUIN RACING CLUB. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY MEETING ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

DROUIN RACING CLUB. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY MEETING A N-: ' RRANGED. ---0- Noiw'ithtanding that so far as the number of entries and the attendance were concerned, the Easter meeting of this club was only moderately success ful, the financial result was quite satisfactory. At a committee meeting, held on Monday evening at Leith's hotel, the prize-money (amounting to over £60) was passed for payment, and whei all the receipts are in the hands of the secretary there will be a credit balance. At the same meeting it was decided to re-open the case of Mr. G. Collins, who, with his horse Valet, was dis qualified for six months because he did not comply with the conditions of a district race on New Year's Day. Further inquiry is to be made into the matter on account of a certain action on the part of the V.R.C. In view of there being no other race meeting in the district on the Queen's Birthday, the committee discussed the advisability of arranging a programme. It was eventually agreed to allot £2...

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HEARTLESS SEDUCTION CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

HEARTLESS SEDUCTION CASE. In the Ararat County Court on Monday, before Judge Walsh, Jane Porter, of Great Western, sued James Parkes, of Stawell, for £100 damages for (breach of promise of marriage. The defendant did not appear. The plaintiff deposed that she had known the defendant for eight years. He asked her to marry him, arranged for the wedding, and engaged the minister, but two days before the date fixed he married a young woman from Ballarat. He had seduced the plaintiff, and she gave birth to a child. She sued him formaintenance, but he absconded after offering her £20 to square the case. The judge said that the defendant had acted in a most heartless manner to the woman, and gave a verdict for the amount claimed with costs.

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

RECEIPT ,AND: PAY'OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. 3. Cowan G. Henley M: A. Calvert 'J::G Horsley M. J. Hutcheson - W. Hewitt A. Hutcheson C. Holder M. A. Mapleson J- . Holder W. Rose T. M. Johnson E. S. Spencer R. Johnsoi. ?·; J. S. Spencer J. Keogh A. Wright ' W. Kelly S. Chandler E G. Kirkland A. C, Don J. Kelly H. Fish W. L. Kneale T. Gapes F. S. Laver Thorpdale South J. Larkin Creamery , F. R. Lempriere E. Weekis P.F. S. Musgrave M. Mulcare D. Mardio G. Napier R. Moore H. W. Bounltn W. G. M'Gown W. H. Gardiner C.J. M'Murdie W. TBeilby T. Neill A. C. Groom F. Newbury F. A.Foxoll C. M'KeIzie W. G. Tong F. icol 8. Laver A. J Nicholson S. Adkins W. O'Neill C. Adkins M. O'Neill J. Ashhy I. O'Neill P. Baker : H. Potter A. Butterworth H. Price G. Boarko T. Pilkin-ton C. L. Bower TC. '. arker J.T. Braisgrove J. E. Rolls D. H. Boyd W. Ritclio J. A. Boyd W. Rowley J. Cohen J. Sloan T. Carter BM. Stark T. HI. Clark T. J. Sheridan G. Charllon' T. Smith G. Cathlcait F.H.B. Shrckleford A. Erickso...

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U.S. Harvest for 194. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

U.S. Harvest for 194. o The appended table gives in condensed form the final estimates of the crops of the United Statesin 1894, as issued by the U. S. Depart ment of Agriculture, calculations being added toshow the average yield per acre, not all given in the report : 'ield_ Farom Arean. Produce, per ,alue Crops. Acres. Bushels. re. perAcre. S Bush. Taoie ... 32,10,000 1,S2,3i5G,0 19.4 3691s3 Wheat ... 34,5?,4,4 460,207,41C 23.2 278 Oats .. 7,023,553 GG0,0G0.72S 21.5 3.3sld. Barley ... 3,570,02 61,400.,40" 19.4 7 104d. Rye ... 1,t041.70 20,727,615 19.7 n 1 O . Baetuwes- 7he t,232 12.cl,2'0W 0 l.0 37e rd, Potatoes.. 2,737,937 170,77,3?-3h eGL? 13s 24. lb. lb. Tobacco 323,103 40G6.67S,35 177.4 .s Tour. Toes. 4ay ... 4,321,1072 5,074,40S 1.14 400 4d Notwithstandinug the great number of new varieties of the potato now cultivated, the old standard varieties iuch as the tisl'stone and Ash leaf kidneys, still command the highest price in our markets, good samples should be long cr kidney ...

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Worms in Horses. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

Worms in Horses. o- - Amongst horses of all ages, but especially colts and fillies, there are few greater draw backs to perfect health than some varieties of worms. Although not dangerous, the animal which happens to be their victim cannot thrive much, and often the presence of the worm is unsuspected. To abandon all forms of inde pendent life and to attach itself to a higher or ganism for the sake of seecuringan easy suab sistence is the part that the worm has to play, .and horses are very liable to play the part of hosts to a somewhat numerous family of inter nal parasites, including both the flat and the round worms. There are several varieties of the former, all of which are interesting, but generally have no significance as causes of disease. Colts and fillies grazed on rotting lands sometimes take up the larve of the finke, as do sheep and cattle, but unless aconsiderable number are swallowed, or the animals are in weae health, no serious effect usually followe. Cases of colts...

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THE EXPORT OF EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

THE EXPORT .OF EGS. Mr: R:. Skilbeck, of oIW' irnaiiibool, has just receivedra return for 60 dozen eggs, which he exported to London aboixt six months ago.' .Threi'cases, each containing 20 'dozen;',were -sent, and the eggs were carefully packed in Melbourne under the supervision of the Agricultural Department's experts. At that time eggs were :realising'4id per dozen in .Victoria and Is Od per doxen in England, but Mr. Skilbeck finds-that the eggs have brought him only 3d per dozenafter charges, etc., had been 'deducted. One case sold at los, and the other two cases brought 15s Gd .together, possibly on account of lbreakages. The total amount realised; was: this £I lls Gd, the charges 17s-ld, and the sum obtained liy 'Mr. Skilbeck i4s 6d for' his 60 :dozeneggs:- If all-the cases-had-sold at the higher rate, despite the heavy i'chiirgesthe' would have received?6d per dozen, or:a'profitlinstead of a loss of lid per doven_ on. the price ruling .in-Victoria at the time, the eggs; were ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

SAnotioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - STOCK ENTERED FOR THE BULN BULN AND WARRAGUL MARKETS - FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations ,Undertaken -Loans Arranged. LocA RE~PzszL~IrIVE oF MESSRS. WE. HAMILTON & CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 18rH MAY, 1895. W M. HAMILTON it CO. will sell by public anction, at their yards, Turf Slub Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WE. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 3an MAY, 1895. tW TM. HAMILTON & CO. willhold their WVV 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. WE. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne LEONGATHA SALE. MONTHLY SALE. Thursday, May 23, At One p.m. Sharp. MI?T ;. HAMILTON & CO. will h...

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WARRAGUL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

WARRACUL SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of tha Warra gul Shire Council was held on Wednes day, and was attended by President Anderson, and Crs. Armstrong, Connor, Parkes, Smith, and Walker. CORRESPONDENCE. From the Office of Lands and Survey, referring to the question of road deviations in the parish of Allambee, and stating that owing to difficulties revealed by the recent survey, the Departpart will. in this instance, issue new leases if the Council will arrange for the surrender of the old leases ofD. Gourlay and Jno Faulkner and bear the cost of new ones. This course would very much facilitate the matter as it would save a number of peculiar exchanges, the the fences not having been erected on the true lines.-Council to arrange with miners as to new lease. From John Gray, Darnum, asking to be leased from year to year, or till such time as he should buy it, a township allot.; adjoining his own on the South side of Darnum.-Council to take no action at present. From G. J. Turn...

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Cruelty to Animals—Fined £3 and Costs. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

Cruelty to Animals--Fined 3 and CoatS. PatrickPurcell, Sea View, figured before the tVarragul Court on Tuesday on the unenviable charge of cruelly ill-treating a bullock. Mr. James Gray instructed by Sergeant Hillard, prosecuted on behalf of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. The Sergeant- said he saw the bullock in question in the station yard' and on examining it found the near horn broken offand was bleeding to such an extent that it besmeared the yoke with blook, The neck had a raw sore on it about the size of half-a-crown, and on the off side the animal had been lacerated in thiee or four places on the ribs whilst further cuts were observable near the butt of the tail. Defendant pleaded guilty, but in extenuation explained that the bullock was an obstinate creature and needed the whip. - Mr- Cresswell P.M. reprimanded the aiifendant for his conduct and told him lthat he would not succeed in getting more work.out of a bullock.by simply ill-treat ing it. This w...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. Bell's Dick. AN OLD-TIME STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

THE YOUNG FOLKS. Bell's Dick. AN OLD-'TIME TORY. BY Bisean HAzeU AnDAs. (From the "Detroit Free Press.") "SInlsh, splash, splash,"' went the great mill wheels in the blue Oswego. "Chirp, chirp, chirp," said the birds in the great pines that overhang it. "Drone, drone, drone," went the voica of James Lyons as he made one of his long prayers. His family kneeling on one side of the room. and the long line of slaves on the other, felt weary indeed ere the loud "amen" sounded. With a subdued expression all were on their feet. But as pompous James Lyons laboriously arose his lofty head received a sudden jerk back. wards, and mingled with his surprised ex clamations was a loud "meow-as.s-sea-s." The cause of this unseemly commotion was a black kitten, to one of whose legs was tied a long string, the other end of which was fastened to the black ribbon which bound Mr Lyone's peruke. At the first sound of disaster there had been a sudden rush of a minghlro of black and scarlet, and a burst of...

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WHAT DREAMS MAY COME. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

WHAT DREAMS''MAY ,COME. In a recent lecturel at the: Royal Institution, Dr. 'B.'W. B ; Richardson says that the 'sleep of health is dreamless.- "Dieams,' says'Shake speare, " are children, of an idle brain." If both the: doctor and the poet are right it follow:s that idle brains are- unliealthy .brains.. No doubt there might: be' trithi ii the inference, but that is hlt quite the point. Are all dreais "igns of 'a diseased condition'?:' To;Alis " the doctor says e"No. He aicrvides dreams into two classes ; those started by .other causas outside the sleeper, and those produced by pain, fever, or indigestion. . Here we inject a fact. We receive multitudes of letters dontaining 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 answer. He says, " When we feel wearied in the morning very likely it results from 'dreams that we have forgotten." Quite so. Inother, words ,theaeis .a bodily conditionr which may"-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

Business Notices. SCHWEITZER'S STHE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. -:0: T. T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & Chaff Meichant (Lisr A. P. MYERS & CO.) Napier-street, Warragul. Flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety. [- Horse Feed, Fowls' Feed, Grass-. Seed, Potatoes, &o. BONE DUST- -BONE DUST, - All at the Lowest Possible.Prices. - 1MRS. J. ROSS; - Queen Street, Warragul - hTAS a Large and Varied Collection of STATIONERY, CHILDRENS' TOYS, SCHOOL REQUISITES,. Such as Book's, Slates, Bags, &c., HABEIIDASHEIY, Cottons, Wools and Crewel Silks. Tube Oil Paints, and the beautiful Enamel Paints. Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFECTIONERY. Agent for Singer's Sewing Machine and' Requisites.: Also Fnruit and Vegetables in Season. CHIUSTMAS and NEW YEAR 'CARDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps for Sale. - TEETHT. - TEETH TEETH From One Guinea a Set ! TEETH TEETH - . . TEETH • " TEETH MR. JOHN STEWART, TEETH Registered Surgeon Dentist TEETH Of T...

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"CUT IT SHORT." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

" CUT IT SHORT." -4- The Premier is a modest man. All he asks is that members, shall keep him in office and not talk, and then all will go swimmingly. His ''imtto for the session. is, " Orit it short.'.? I can only afford space 'f6r the following brief extract from-.his speech at the Eight Hours Day banquet : When you rise with nervous:fluttering to -. make your maiden speech, 'ao ih .:.-i . f tishgort.h' .. it-Ir lDoa't-go-rr tstoi% ohoughlhs-onii¶ tke'ut u", C. for.to ites I beseeeoh, Cut is short.? You may say you think the' Ministry a noble band of men,. And you're certain that the country will not see their like again,.' Say a word on Federation and the Work ing Man, and then Cut it short. Tough old, stager, who by all the rules should long since have been dead, Cut it short. Do not say, "I'd not'.have risen 'had not such and such .been said;", Cut it short.; You can't soften the infliction' by such stale amenities. .. We will take it all for granted, you may spare the good old...

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A MEMOIR OF GEORGE HIGINBOTHAM. FIRST ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

A MEMIOIR OF GEORGE Hi?INBOTlAM. FIRST ARTICLE. Under ?- Imod?st and happily.choean ( title, "A Arc.-_,' of George Higinbotham : An Australian Polk'ioian. and Chief Justice of Victoria," r??L.fessor Morris has fulfilled a pious duty and done n good service to es udents of Vic- at torian politics. Ho ha,' deftly avoided re that big mistake a big b.'ok, and in the b handsome, handy volume jnot received, he b has provided for those of uawho.tivod through i the oleated raneours of that nig tmare time w when the "Darling Grant" vexed. the gene- ti ral quiet, an opportunity of calmly re. viewing, all passion spent, the story c of those stirring days. He has F done more ; his fairly accurate proe sentment of the political strugglee in b which, from 1363 to his retirement in 1876, Mr Higinbotham shane as protagonist en* bi hances very subtly the reader's sense of a if strang, indefinable personal "charm, never to obtruded in the book. which won for-its cr owner "Golden opinions from all sor...

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Moe Coal Mining Company. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

Moe Coal Mining Company. The "half-yearly general meeting of shareholders in the Moe Coal Mining Company Limited was held at the offices of the company, 432, Collins-street, on Monday. *The chairman of directors, Dr. G. Moore, presided, and there was a moderate attendance. The report set out that operations at the mine during, .the past half-year had been principally directed to opening up a large area of coal to the dip from. No 1 working shaft. This had necessarily involved increased expenditure, but liaving now been completed the directors hoped to show a marked improvement in the finances during the ensuing six months. Altogether 2643 tons ofcoal had been won for the half-year's work, and this, with small coal disposed of, realised £2038 8s 7d. The mining manager reported that the coal continued of excellent quality, and recent developments would 'enable the company to increase the outputwhen required. A statement of receipts and expenditure was also pre sented, showing that the...

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PLAYS AND PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

PLAYS AND PFAYE On loth March the Savoy, Atdlphi, ' Lane add Terry's were all closed for a t Albert Marsh is playing wellas the ,;jy in Saved from the rea at London Pavilion, I'm sorry to Lear that Elton's he a.t di' not pan out as lucratively as the old tao?u• deserves. Beerbohm Tree and his London I?iFany. Company opened in Philadclphea last m? and caught on at once. The company at London Garrick have ,ro aented John Hare with a maloeca cane. e. - good old Haro was never a oticl,. Minnie Palmer, in spite of an attack of i fluenZa, has been playing My Swehethirt a the Elephant and Castle, London. Slavin having given " The Coffec C-Go. hot coffee, was, at latest advicrs, starrengial sparring at the Oxford, Washington, and , the Royal Albert, Canning Town. The boxing kangaroostill toes the m.a:. t London Aquarium, and a herd of goats a.?' also usingthv glove atthe same pl-:e. Weedon Grossmith, the London " e, Boy,"' has marricd Miss May Palfre7, tw played in The New Boy at the Vaudev...

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THE OLD CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

TilE OLD CLOUK; ·---- K-- -- Love in a cottage is very sweet at first: Bat when chinkb come in the cottage walle. and the winter wind rises and blows through them, there must be bought plaster to fill in the chinks. For love like many another sweet, when exposed too ninuch to the air ii sacnrs. d When Nannie Kent was a pretty, slogle b girl, people had shaken their heads and nj warned her against listeningm to the suit of ti Harry Dean, He was only a poor teamster, i and had nothing but his weekly wages. She k lived athome withlher mother, helping her fi do the plain sewing which the neighborhood si required, and occasionally hiring out to help ce the farmers' wives at harvest time. gi So the two young tolks were equally poor U and equally without expeotations. Bat when I didlove ever hesitate at circumstances like nr there? All his old subtle arguments are re known. They were used in this case. It "The cottage that is large enough for two h is large enough for three. The added ad- ...

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