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Catholic School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

Catholic School Picnic. The Catholic School picnic, under the superintendence of Father Coyne, Mr. O'Donohoe, and Miss Fitzgerald, was held in the Public Service Cricket Ground on Wednesday last. The scholars numbering about 100, engaged in sports of various kinds, including racing, pick-a-back wrestling, etc. An amusing feature of the afternoon was the scrambling for lollies. A good spread was provided for the children at half-past twelve, and at five o'clock they all partook of a hearty tea. About six o'clock the children repaired to their respective homes, having thoroughly enjoyed their day's outing.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Curiosities of Photography. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

Curiosities of.Plo0to;raplly. -4- The amateur photographer who is ael' as angler is well aware that his camera will back him up when boasting of his piecatorist prowess. One photo 1 saw, says a writer in the "Strand Magazine," represented a hbe fish, the length of which appeared to eqes! that of a two-foot rule, which was aho shown. In reality, the "take" va a little dace or carp, and, while being photographed, it had bte~ held very oloen to the lens. The role, of course, was taken some distance away. Ose of my authorities was once engagedby both aides inalawcase. A company, wheoml ill call the City Lands Improvement CJmpany, wanted to abolish a certain court leading from Lombard street to King William street and were willingto establish in its stead apas sage through one of their own buildings. The Company's plea was that the court was ' dingy, not to say dirty, one; and, further, more, that it was haunted by loafers of questionable character. Counsel for the other side, representi...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE HORSE. Position of Horse-breeding. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

THE HORSE. Position of Horse-breeding. At the recent meeting of the Edinburgh University Agricultural lisecussion Society MIr A. Macaeilage delivered an address on the resent position of horse-breeding. Confining imself to a short review of the general situa tion, he would begin with their oldest breed, TE0 THOROUGII 3RS.D. It was a noteworthy fact that the best of their modem breeds, cattle and sheep, as well as horses, were made breeds. Aberdeen-Angus cattle were a made breed, and so also were Clydesdale horses. The English thoroughbred was likewise a made breed. They might have been kept longer pure than any of their other breeds, bt that did nt alter'the fact that in their early history the blood of the Arabian and the Barb was freely used in conjunction with the blood of the native horses. The present position of the thoroughbred breed' was this, that in it they could fiatnd some of the best, and poseiblyalso some of the worst, horses in the world. There was no horse likely to ...

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THE MURDER AT TROYTE'S HILL. LUDGATE MONTHLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

THE MUIJRDER AT TROYTE'S BILLs. -4- " Griffiths. of the Newcastle Constabulary, has the case in band," said Mr Dyer: " those Newcastle men are keen-witted, shrewd fellows, and very jealousof outside interference. They cnly sent to me under protest, as it were .be cause they was-ted your sharp wits at work in. side the house ." " Isuppose throughout I am to work with Griffiths, not with von f" said Miss Brooke. "' Yea; when I-have given you in outline lae faebts of the case, I simply have nothing more to do with it, and you must depend on C'rilliths for any ssistance of any sort that you .uy require." here, with aeswing, Mr Dyer opene his big ledger nod turned rapidly over its leaves till he camo to thoheading "Troyte's Hill" and the date " September Gth. " "I'm all attention." said Loveday, leaning backin her chair in the attitude of a listener. "The murdered man," resumed Mr Dyer, "isa certain Alexander Henderson-usually known as old Sandy-lodge-keeper to ll Craven, of Troyte's Hil...

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THE HORTICULTURIST. The Orchard and Fruit Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

THE HORTICULTURIST. The Orchard and Fruit Garden. The pressing of the grapes and the fermenta. tion of the wino is now the chief work of the vigneron. The methods followed out in various wine-growing districts differ con siderably from each other. The fine white wines of the Gironde are all fermented in hogs. heads. New casks are used, they are not com pletely filled with must, so that no yeast or im purity can escape from the hung, but all is drowned in the wine. The white wines of the Rthine are mostly fermented in large casks con taining 1,200 litres each. Sherries are fermented in tuns and butts. The Champagne wines, after having been cleared of scum and deposit, are also fermented in small casks of 220 litres each. It may thus be said that white wines are generally fermented in barrels, with only the ordinary hung hole at the top open for the escape of carbonic acid gas. But red wine is fermented in vata, that is' to say, conical wooden ersks open at the top. This is a mechanic...

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A RAILWAY POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

A RAILWAY POEM. While touring jauntily through the back country by rail recently to get the benet ol the unexpired portion of a "0.ridecomn ,. tion ticket that I found in the Unio Dtt I combined business with pleasure by axe ing an ssignment from the Scale Bug Edit?r to furnish a two-column writ the daily homelife and PuPcat, habits of the Jerseyanicuss Gophencrl pest. Although I saw everalof thesc h e and interesting rnimals from the tindooloI the richly upholstered but Poorly dislnste s reodnd.elass car in which I was ridino, thed seemed shy and reticent in the pretence of man, and Idecidel that I should bhve io draw somewhat freely on my imagiantioa t I was to do justice to my suject. Ihad been aware since leaving ?,l,, that I was the object of close srutiny t7x blaze-faced man who got on at that s,ýý and took his seat opposite me. I beeiu to feel somewhat uneasy, for it occrrcd to me he might be the company', detective, who was tracing the tiub: I had found, or was possibly the ...

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THE SEVENTH STEP. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

THE SEVENTH. STEP. TIIz PFOFESSOR TOOK TILE LA'TEHH. lies Sorensen sat a little to my left-she spoke gaily to her neighbor, and her ringing, silvery laugh floated often to my ears. Theretad been some little excitement caused by the bursting of a large bomb in one of tae Findpal streets that evening. In adrertently I alluded to it to my hostess. She bent towards me, and said, in a low voice: " Excuse me, Dr. Halifax, but we never talk politics in Petersburg." She had scarcely said this before she began torattleoff some brilliant opinions with re gard to a novel which was just then attract ing pablic attention in England. Her re. marks were terse, cynical,- and intensely to the point. From one anbject of interest to anothershe leaped, sbowingdiscernment, dis. crimination, and a wide and exhaus tive knowledge of everything she touched spoe. As I listened to her and replied as perti nently as possible, a sudden idea came to me which brought considerable comfort with it. I began to feel ...

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MEETING HIS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

MFETING 1118 lATUH. Near the village of L- there lived a sa clever old fellow by the name of Uncle Bill a Perkins. He was a respectable, well-to-do farmer, of uch' an eccentric turn that nobody was 01 surprised at anything he did. tl Uncle Bill had a handsome farm and a a handsome house; and last, though by no us means least, he had a handsome daughter, whose name was Carrie. ct Now, pretty Carrie, like pretty girls in R general, had alover. His name was Sam v Cook, and be was steady and industrious, ti but they reckoned without Uncle Bill, for t when Sam came to ask for Carrie, he met with a flt refusal. At thelast interview Sam got his temper ti up a little, and, as he rose to go, he said: a "Very well, Uncle Bil, I love Carrie, v and she loves me, and I mean to have her d yet." " Well, now, youno man, you'll have to get up pretty early in the day if you .do. You can't fool Uncle Bill, Sam." a " Will you give me Carrie if I do fool you 1" asked Sam. s " Well, now, young an, I don'...

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Ladies' Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

Ladies' Gossip. A lady is to form one of the crewin the forth coming Austrian North'Pole expedition, under taken by the famous artist and Arctic explorer, fulius Payer. She is herself an artist of talent, and- volunteered and was accepted at Buda Peoth. Lady Martin, Miss Ellen Terry. Miss Ailsa Crai, Mr Henry Irving, Mr John Hare, Mr G. A- Alexander, Mr A. Pmero, Mr S. B. Bancroft, Mr F. R. Benson and Mr Gordon Craig are among the new subscribers to the fund.for erecting a monument or statue over the grave of Mrs Siddons, in Old Paddington Churchyard. Mr Frank Datheridge, Vestry Clerk of Padding ton, and hon treasurer and secretary to the fund, has received about £100 already. At a meeting of the Women's Employment Defence Aesocation, held at 98 Portland place, W., the following resolution was unanimously passed: "That, Intheopinion ofthiscommittee, those clauses in Mr Asquith's Factory and Workshops Bill dealing with the labor of adult - women will tend to throw additional difficul...

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

Public Notices. - "Government Gazette" - IS REGULARILY FILED At the OFFICE of this JOURNAL and can be INSPECTED by the PUBLIC any time :during Business Hours. Orient Line ofRoyal MailSteamers UICKEST Ster~min oute to England. Steamers 'leave Melbouine every fort night for Plymoutliand 'London. LIGUiIA .. 4648 tons .. May 11. FARIES--£1i lis to £70. "0 lling at Hobart en route from Sydney. Facilities are now afforded for bring ing out friends aid ;relatives :roaLobndon by: the prepaymcenVoi" pasagd imoney. WEST ACSTnr.LIxt GOLD FIEsus.-Passen gers Booked in all classes, for Albany-the nickest route to the fields. Reduced Rates. For further particulars. apply to N. Marshall,' Braicli'Manager 488'. and 490 Collins-street Melbourne. Don't 13e deluded. You cannot rent the vacant property by merely hanging a- card- in the window. The man who wants to catch Daiime Fortune's' siliie minust do more tlian c ' . with the ively lady. Tlhousands havire tried iit; HRuiidi' eadt are at the samie'....

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Miss Ethel Haydon in London. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

Mies Ethel Haydon in London. Notwithstanding the fact that Miss Haydon was suffering severely from influenza, she has evidently gained the good-wilt of the London crities on her first appearance, which was at the Avenue Theatre as Alice in Dandy Dick Whittington, on Saturday, 2nd March. Irrespective of some flattering notices her portraits appear in four of the leading London pictorials, viz., St. Pauls, the Sketch, Black and White and the Penny Illustrated, Mias Haydonhasbeeu frequently interviewed, and has altogether created a favorable impres sion. Her portraits have already met with a large sale. We reproduce an interview from the "PallMIail Gazette": We are all looking forward to raving next week about the charms and abilities of Miss Ethel Haydon, the new Australian soprano, who is to make her first London appearance to-night as Alice in Dandy Dick Whitting ton at the Avenue. A " Pall Mall Gazette" representative had the pleasure of meeting her yesterday. She is very nice .loo...

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Useful Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

Useful Hints. Fresh tomatoes will take inkstains from linen or the hands. Oil and peppermint is a strong disinfectant andgermicide. A little sulphur blown down the throat through aquill will check diphtheria. Salt fish is best and quickest freshened by soaking in sour milk. Ammonia in the water will reduce the labor of washing soiled paint. A CHESTr PoTEcron.-Dear, good wives, if you or any of your bairns have weak chests I hope this hint for a chest protector may be of some use to you. Take half a yard of cotton or flannel and sew like a hag. Less than half a yard will do for a child. Cutout a small piece at the top so that it will fit at the neck. The closer it comes to the neck the better. Now take two folds of stout paper, cut it the same shape as the bag, and put it into the bag, sew teg it here and there to keep it in place. Sew the bag at the top, and iron with a hot iron to make it smooth. If the paper is not smooth it will be very clumsy, as well as very disagreeable, but t...

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POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLIls M]AILS CLOSE AT GENIEAL PosT-OfFlE. c Parcles, 4.30 p.mi. tho day before teamier leaves. Registered letters, 11. 0. l .a.m. the day mail leaves. -, Ordinary letters, packets id newspapers 4 p.m. day mail leaves. Intercolonial, British and foreign Parcles Posi.-Limit of weight, 11 lbs. Postsge-United Kingdom, 2lbs or under, Is. G6.; calc additional 1 lb or under, 9d. India;1 lb. or under, is.; each additional 1 lb., ls. Parcles are also forwarded, via London to overy colony and country to which the United Kingdom sends parcels. Rlites and particulars can be obtained at any post offico, S GENERAL. Postal lates.-Inland.-Letters.-Every ounce; 2d.; urgent letters, 6d. additional. Intercolonial.-Letters.-Every hblfounce or inder, 2d. tPackets.-Every 2oz.. or under, d. Books and magazines..-Every 4 oz or under, O2, Newspapers, id.., !tPackets' to New South Wales and Qneensltand, ,co?taiining articles of any value; must be paid letter rate. Inland Parcel Post.-Li...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

RAILWAY' TIME-T~ABLE: | WARXAGUL -TO .MELBOURNE.-. - SDep.' at.m. pi.m p.m. "z.Dop , .s s,?:", J Drowmn 11.21 4.50 8.10 Loingiaiy . " 11.31 55 8.25 BauiIp - ..' 11.38. 5.15= 8.39i" Garfield 1.45 5.23 8.39 Tr ,,;ni g ;,? . 11.52 5.30 8.46 ar-nttogoon .. 12.0 6.40 8.54 Parkenltln .. 12.9 5.52 9.4 Beaconsfield 12.25. .? 4 0.20 Berwick " . 12.30 6.18 9.23 Dandenong .. 12.53 '6.50 9.52 Oakleigh (a) . 1.16 7.19 Oakleigh (d) .. 1.21 7.23 1016 Melbourne . . 1.45 7.52 i10.40 rMEII1OTTRNE' TO WARRAGUL. Dep. a.m a.m p.m Melbourne .. 7.50 11.50 4.30 I Oakleigh .. 8.22 12.30 5.2 Dandenong .. 8.46 1.15 5.28 Barwick 9.10 1.42 5.52 Beaconsfield' .. : 9.13 1;46 5.56 Pakenhan . .. . 9.31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goon .. 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tynong .. 9.52 2.23 6.32 Garfield .. 9.58 2.35 6.589 BIunyip .. 10.4 2.49 6.48 Longwarry .. 10.10 3.1 6.55 Drouin 10.23 3.21 7.10 Warragnl . 10.38 3.37 7.25 WARIiAG .L TO TRAIALGON. Departure. n.m p.m p.m Warragol 11.8 5.45 7.50 Bloomlield .. 11.15 5.52 7.55 Darnum .. 11:22 6.0...

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A Scientist's Plea for the Separator. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

A Scientist's Plea for the Separator. o From the inaugural address delivered in the Oxford University by Robert Warington, MA., F.R.S., Sibthorpian Professor of Rira Economy, we quote the following passage. respecting the art and science of butter-rak ing: Mlodern agriculture is already much indebted to natural science. We cannot, I think, find a better illustration of the difference between the methods and results of the ancient art, and the modern science of agriculture, than by reocrring to the methods of botter-makling. Agricultural art has for thousands of years been able to produco good butter, but the quality of the product was always uncertain, even in the hands of a skilled worker. Science has now given to the dairy the centrifugal separator, which removes the cream from 200 gallons of milk in one bour, and does its work so effectively that the dairyman is able to obtuin from the milk one-fifth mnore butter than he didby the old skimming process; moreover, thecream obtained...

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"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

"PUNCH" PICKINGS. We hear that.Miss Decima Moore, Mr. Monkhouse, Fred 'Keye, Grace Palotta and Maud Hobsontdivide £200 a week between. them in :salaries. Some of them would scarcely need it if the rumoris correct that one-of the quintet named has left £0000 worth of diamonds with her banker in Eng. land. The people of Melbourne will be in terested to learn that IMiss 'Mand Higinbotham, third daughter of the late respected Chief Justice Higin botham, was married . recently in London to the Rev. Darling West. The bouquet carried by the graceful bride at the recent Rupertswood wedding was another original design from " Ronalds." For this pretty creation no" less than eighty silky ostrich plumes were used, They waved to and fro among the white roses and delicate ferns with most artistic effect. Mrs Nicolls, who rode over. three hundred miles during the holidays, .is a sister of Mr. Bidlake, a champion tricyclist in England, and -has all an Englishwoman's courage and deter mination in ge...

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

Public Notice. Scientific Dressmaking D. McNEIL and CO. ITAVE much pleasure in announcing that, in response to a widespread desire. they have secured the services of MRS. TODD, late in charge of the workroom of Messrs. Robson. Bussell and Robson, of Melbourne, who will open in our rooms upstairs. - ORDERS SOLICITED. - N.B.-ST?CTLY MoUEsATE CuA?GEs. D. McNEIL & CO., -Queen Street, Warragul J. DODDS, TEACHER of MUSIC Organ, Pianoforte & Singing. - Visits Neerim on Saturdays. - ADDnEss- - VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL Public Notice. GREAT SHOW AUTUMN AND WINTER SGOODS, NOW ON. -0 - Splendid Assortment of DRESSES, MILLINERY and MANTLES, HOSIERY & CLOVES, UNDERCLOTHING, BLANKETS, MEN'S CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES. All at Lowest Prices.; Anderson Bros., Hall of dommerce, Warragul, Business Notice. ANNIVERSARY OF A . NOTABLE EVENT I WARRAGiUL OF Walker Bros' FAMOUS "CASH" SYSTEM. THREE years ago we COMMENCED Busaeass in Warragul, and de termined then that, whether our Trade ...

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The Proper Treatment of Anthrax. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

The Proper Treatment of Anthrax. The following has led issued by the Royal Agricultural Society of England, the facts being collated from an article by Professors Brown and Ml'Fadyean. The disease is still unfor tunately very rife, and the informationisthere lore valuable and opportune: That anthrax bacilli, in certain circumstances, rapidly disappear from the blood and organs of animals dead of the disease is a fact not so well kuown as it ought to be. When a cow or sheep dead of anthrax is opened immediately after death, the bacillt which are the cause of the disease are found unmixed withother germs in the blood all over the body, and in special abundance in the spleen. It is mainly during the last few hours of life that the complete in vnsion of the blood takes place, and it might be supposed that the germs in the blood would continue to multiply even after death. Such, however, is not the cuse. As soon as thebreath has left the animal, growth and multiplication of the bacilli c...

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A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 3 May 1895

A.N.A. An interesting time was spent at a meeting of the A.N.A. on Tuesday even ing, when Mr. C. H. Round read a paper on "' Shakespeare as a humorist." The paper bore evidence of a careful selection of the most humorous parts of Shake speare's plays, and was much appreciated by the company. Several of those present subsequently commented upon it, among the speakers being Mr. B. Hillard, Mr. T. W. Bothroyd, Mr. Howell, Mr. A. J. Harvey, and Mr. W. B, Harvey, and eventually a hearty vote of thanks was passed to Mr. Round.

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 May 1895

RECEIPT AND PAY-OFFICE?? - WARRAGUL. -0- .' - . :.LICENSESNS.: J: Cowan G.-1enley M. A. Calvert J. G. Horsley M. J. Hutdhesor :f W. Hewitt A. Hutcheson -"' C. Holder M. A. Mapleson J. Holder W. Rose ----- T. M. Johnson i E. S. Spencer R. Johnson J. B. Spencer J. Keogh A. Wright W. Kelly S. Chandler . E. G. Kirkland! A. C, Don J. Kelly 1 H. Fish W. L. Kneale T. Gapes F. S. Laver Thorpdale South J. Larkin Creamery F. R. Lempriere E. Weeks, P. F.-S. Musgrave M._Mulcare D. Mardie G. Napier R. Moore H. W. Bodili3n W. G. M'Gown W. H..Gardiner C. J. I'Murdio W. Beilby- - H. Neill " A. C. Groom F. Newhbury P. A. Foxall C. M'Konzie W..G'Tong F. 'icol 8. Laver A. J. Nicholson B. Adkins W. O'Neill C. Adkins M. O'Neill J. Ashby R. O'Neill P. Baker J. H. Potter A. Bntterworth H. Price G. Boarke T. Pilkington C. L. Bower - T. C. Parker J.T. ,Bransgrove J. E. Rolls D. I4.Boyd W. Ritchie J. A. Boyd . W. Rowley J. Cohen J. Sloan T. 'Carter- M. Stark T. M. Clark T, J. Sheridan G. Charlton T. Smith G....

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