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THE RAINBOW FEATHER; OR A TERRIBLE PROPHECY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

'THE. RAINBOW FEATHER; OR 4 TERRIBLE PROPHECY. BY FERGUS HUME. {I.uthgr of " The Mystery of a Hansom Cab," Ets., Etc. "I think it wise that you should know all this, Mr Drek," he said, concluding. - "as someone else may rclatt, my history in a more or less distorted faslhion; and I am, as I can see plainly, in too dan gerous a position to trille with the law. Now our friend MIexton hrec can tell you of his visit to London, and our ,visits to Mrs Jimboy and Chaskin." "Mr Chaskin! the Vicar!" cried Drek, who in his interest had let his cigar go out. "What has he to do with this matter?" "Let me explain." said Paul: and, in his turn, he told the inspector ' of his 'lnterview with Catinka, his discovery of the pistol in the gipsy tent, and final ly the Interview, which, with Level, he had taken part in at the Vicarage. Drek, being thus in possession of all the evi dence gathered by the pair, was in a position to deliver judgment. This, how. ever, he found it difficult to do, as he was n...

Publication Title: West Gippsland Gazette
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HOW COUNT FILGATTI PROPOSED. SENTIMENT AND BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

FOW COUHT FILGATTI PRO POSED. SENTIMENT AND B1USINESS. (From "A Zhy'-age of Consolation," by er :trh Jeanett.- Duncan. The scene is Ponmei the narrator a young nTes tern American heiress, M.iss TVi.tk, travelling w;it her parents, whom she calls "\l.,niia" anid Poppla.") , \'I"rr Leila?t f",r tote hotel "ile jutr.".r adld hu.to , order it, I remem l,.. ' :Lia ce.L"L -.i" lThat i.\ .- a ilx. thle ('Cunit xias. Ielpt .w'aitin. ftir lun lchtoa i: aiiuna ,ij.aid slih i.lo si.te tias mis g m. .lregalt . detal, l-i sctii really. di!ii''t .e,- equal 1.u tcn.tcrt aiii'::., tlhte ',Countrt;h t' ba .l •haid ,gi'Len out ctoz plytly". "1_u cLian ipolog;, for uIs, d aughtlr." said polplpa, "and say some thing p'.lit.- ahlut .iur - -eying hit later." I sau\. at - tc; tlt:;. .-it ilt ?ounll t xeas anioyed. 1. - t- standing. in tihe middle of th)e salon, ingeringo hi. s-xo-rd hilt in a-.ma iner nvhinIh iix rtesscd tlhU mnist absurd it-ritatitun: "I don't know- t, hIt, y?ou will thilnk of us," I .ti...

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THE KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

TITE KITCHEN GARDEN. SThe work in this, as with other depart mrents of the garden, is increasing daily. To Prevent loss of time the details of w--rk should be carefuly thought out and noted on paper for ready reference, so that the work may proceed steadily without delay. A sowing of early French beans rmay bet made on warm, sheltered borders. Should the ground not be con sidered rich enough, a dressing of super phosphat,- or bone dust should be given. S,w the se.d in drills 18 inches apart, ilanting rather thickly to prevent irre gtularity. When the beans are well above grn.und, thin out to 9 inches apart. The thinnings may be transplanted during dul! or showery weather into rows the samnn distance apart as the above, and the same as in rows. Kohl rabbi, when once given a trial, will always rind a place in the kitchen garden. This deli cious vegetable is rapidly coming into f:,vor. In Europe it has been largely grown for a number of years. It is su perior to any kind of turnip, but...

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WOMEN AND DRINK. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

WOMEN AND DRINK. MJr T.aws on Talt. a fnmous Eng. lish ur:'~n, gave evidence last month before the Liquor Commission now sit tlng ;n England, and in the course of his remarks said: A. drunllt.?!; %c..n? an u i; ct ffur e t cr,,atutr from :. drlunker man, '.,_f , _:,Iur.d ; c,.hl tr.at'c.n. Th. as of fe.n. d.rur--,ane.s which had cocne und, r his notice he ;,". a-lmo'st ~.thout cix.:pt!o"rn. :trar-d to phy.'ical or n:e::t:!' ::uff-r:-in. There- wer, fenale ti? -,ru rCs If all c tsr.c., oa,-n the very. h!ghr "t. .1s to, the !'.:.rt ch s of wo In.n, th.. a w. f'nfnit.ly b.-.s drunken e-s- am?on them.r :han th- rt us:-] to be :h:rty yanr.: ago. [e thought th:Lt drun!:enners a-?'n wromen ;:enerally was not increa;!n-. We are sorry to-iind that tlh' favorable opinion is nor held by oth.rs qu:alitied to speak with authority. But hiere are actual figures. They show the "''lenthsl registered as being from intemperance for -very million persons living" in England and Wales: Annual Average. Ma...

Publication Title: West Gippsland Gazette
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A FEMALE HOUSEBREAKER. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

A FEMALE HOUSEBREAKER, Tho Paicrk'; ,,.'ptondet ," thre "Daly M.Il" tel a little story t?.hing the :;td va-ci.elitl--tial? :e sy-- -.,y f -lleomen. It e.?rs:) tha:it for sOIllem v"..kS -aSt t! he in hab.itan:; o.f toe l:ati.::.:ol di.-trice have itn U e~ipt in a i.at- of iu!l-rcralt.iy by r?-.n of the cxpi0t:; f a Iu..-:breoahi:r, who tup -rltt.d 1?c:;1-acly in broad duy lPght. Nron,- i~ l~e o. b:e.,rk':r has te--i di.scu.ered by .-:1ia'ent, and nro1-es te , be a y;nung "v.onmin nanmed Marie Luchas, who has wvcn the glory of a: o:t of f re-mle Bill Slkc:. One of the inhabit:m:'s ,f a hous.e In flue Lro-chant, :i0uJ.amnh- :,ur g-ois, v, an returning to her :.p -ii:u. nt; wrhen ::he met 2a:txie Lucha;s fn the stairs, a31n Mario woe w.a.-ring gold broaoch which the ha1 stolen frutin .11:. dame Bourgeois sonme tima before. Th'. rightful owner of the brooch ?slarcilv:,l it from l".ariu's colt:lr, ;whereunpon that re doubt:.ble house:reaker proulucod a' jzlmrny from her poak -_t and felle...

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HORTICULTURAL. THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

HG RTLCULTURAL. THE ORCHARI. o·--* ITh,- we-eds bet we,n rows of straw beorri:s ;and rlsllerries mu[st lh kept hos d ,o n b?lfur' it gets tot, b-te to itnove betvt en the hplttL.s. The grafting iof grapile vi.s may I.e proc,;edct with as .16,O- as the hbuds shoe' signs of start in~. In .,lcting the1- scions, use only those fIlil fruitifull plantts, as many WIatilus :1'r f unf-rtil-. ;and this would be pJrl'ILcLtttted by using scio.'lS flrolll them. T'he ;ope:rati-,n is nut difli:Allt, and those who hao,' grlil.ed ot.Jlht' fruit trees may 'raft gr?aiL Minesr with confidence. If th- stIockts are ohl. ordinary cleft graft i!ng will ibe found the best, but where th.- st nt:lc and scion aire eiqual, or nearly seo in size, whip grafting will be found :,dliisabhl. If clay is used aLs a covering for the- ties, the following will be found sr-vi-iceable: Two parts clay, one part -owv m:lnutlle, ,mixed with finely cut hay S-r gras:s. We pr-efer, however, grafting ,wax, made as follows: Resin, ...

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FURIOUS WALKING. A SCENE IN THE POLICE COURT OF THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

FURIOUS WALKING, A SCEND IN TIlE POLICE COURT OF T!IE FUTURE. "The charge against you," said the magirtrat', "Is that of walking at a furious rate. "'Tis further charged against you that last night You trod the public streets without a light. "Four miles an hour upon a public way Is most preposterous! What have you to "Ph*,ase, sir." the sad pedestrian said, "I went Without a light because my oil was ?s;: :it.. "'But, sir. this worthy constable will tell That I did not ne?';.ct to ring my bt:ll." "Sir." said the magistrate, in tones more grllf, "Simply to ring your bell was not enough. I "We arc re:olvs-d. let me .gain repeat. To guard the cyclist of the public stre?t. "Only last week a wheelhr was tmuch hurt By an unlighted chitd who did a spurt. "The man was Injured. his machine destroyed; Public opinion has been nluch anncyed. "We must protect our cyclist, if we can, Against the reckless, bold pedestrian. "Eighteen-and-six. sir-your defence is vain And never walk without a light ...

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THE CZAR'S ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

THE CZAR'S ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. Th. ios-cow correspondent o: the "Standard' has received :nforma?tion of what appears to have beon an intended attcmpt on the life of the Czar at St. P'te'rsburg. The facts are a:s follow: Sonlme ye.ars :ago a r.-tired woul mer chant, named Savnikov, offered to build a re,-ilmental chapel, at a coot of 200,0?O0 roubles, at T'sa:skoe Sclo, and the Czar laid the foundation-stone. This year the building was ca~lplctcd, and the Czar iw r be lpresent at its ,'on-s2cr::tion, 'on 14th Novncmber (O.S.), only the d.c.cora tion of the interior rem:ainin, to be filni:h-d this autumn. An artist, who was appointed to execute the b:,rd.ers and frescetes of f!blic:ld subJ?tns usuai in Russian churches, while engaged in bringing the plaster of the Interior to a smooth surface for pointing upon, cc cidt.-ttlly struck a hard subst:ince. which proved to be a wire. The lauthori ties being communicated with, made an investigation, and found that the- wire led dow-n to...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

USEFUL IHINTS. Do you know That bread dough liberally sprinkled with water when put into the oven will have a thinner crust and keep moist longer. That where ceilings are low, a single gem pan suspended by a wire, thrust through the centre of the bottom so as to invert the pan when hung to the ceiling, will save the ceiling from be coming blackened from wall or hanging lamps. That if root vegetables be scrubbed with a whisk broom so as to remove all minute particles of earth, their flavor will be greatly improved. That is suds left from wash day be allhwed to stand for a day or two andl skimmed carefully, they will be found prime for scrubbing floors that have not been painted. Suds must be well rinsed off with clear water. It cleanses next to sand or scouring brush. That the baked crusts for custard pies or cream puffs must be heated in the oven or the filling cooled before add ing to the crusts or puffs, or the pastry will become soft. That if a cake falls or cream puffs refuse to...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. Departure. a.m. p.m. p.m. Warragul ... 11.9 3.55 7.55 Drouin ... ... 11.21 4.13 8.10 .Longwarry ... 11.31 4.25 8.25 Bunyip ... ... 11.38 4.32 8.32 Garfield ... ... 11.45 4.39 8.89 Tynong ... ... 11.52 4.46 8.46 Nar-nar-goon ... 12.0 4.54 8.54 Pakenham ... 12.9 5.4 9.4 Beaconsfield ... 12.25 5.20 9.20 Berwick ... ... 12.30 5.32 9.23 Dandenong ... 12.53 6.10 .9.52 Oakleigh (a) ... 1.16 6.40 - Oakleigh (d) ... 1.21 6.47 10.16 Melbourne ... 1.45 7.2010.40 MELBOURNE TO WARRAGUL. Departure. a.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne ... 7.50 11.50 4.30 Oakleigh... ... 8.22 12.30 5.2 Dandenong ... 8.46 1.15 5.28 Berwick ... ... 9.10 1.42 5.52 Beaconsfield ... 9.13 1.46 5.56 Pakenham ... 9.31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goon - ... 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tynong ... ... 9.52 2.28 6.32 Garfield ... ... 9.58 2.35 6.39 Bunyip ... ... 10.4 2.49 6.48 Longwarry ... 10.10 3.1 6.55 Drouin ... ... 10.25 3.21 7.10 Warragul ... 10.38 8.87 7.25 WARRAGUL TO TRARALGON -s Departure. a.m. p.m. p.m. War...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

LUSTY OLD AGE. ARE WE GROWING SHORTER LIVED ? THE WINTER OF OUR DISCON TENT.-HOW TO GROW OLD GRACEFULLY AND HEALTH FULLY. There is no more pitiful sight than a doddering, half imbecile, rheumatic, limping, emaciated and querulous old man or old woman. And it is so unnecessary. Old age should be quiet, graceful, contented, and full of rest and happiness, and not the pitiful wreck of a once robust manhood. And it can be attained by simple means. Every man who reaches the " three score years and ten," should be as Shakespeare's creation was: " Though I look old, yet I am strongand lusty; For in my youth I never did apply Hot and rebellious liquors in my blood, Nor did not with unbashful forehead woo The means of weakness and debility; Therefore my age is as a lusty winter, Frosty, but kindly." Many strong men often die early, not because their vital forces are ex hausted, but because they abuse their powers, waste their energies, and break down their constitutions. Hence, careful peopl...

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NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

NEWS FROM ALL SOURCES. Experiments made it the 3ibhig:in txpenrimental Station show that about four l1inies as much feed is obtained fi'om a meatdow allowed to mature huy as from a. field pantured. In soiling the difference, would pro:ildSy not be so great, owing to the fact that the grass, or peas, or alfalfa, or whatever is grrown for the purpose, is cut before it fully matures, but e-vn then front two or tlhree times the nuumber of ani nllls can be suplported b?y :iling as on pasture. "For some Imnl!ths p-:at." -wVite-i< thi Birmingham corresp:ondent of a London journal. `"I have fancied thi! the fair sex have been gradually ta.kine to ear rlnes again, :aud from ouquiries at a well-known illanluf:;at:r'y. I learn that this !, really a: fa:t. The ilemaind is very small at pri:ent, but. kre:ai hopes are intertae.drl in t he trade of :t revival of thl ftaslhion. For some tithe 'sleepers' have beeon lbought with freedom, but mostly for the Cape market. trom soite flimttc i...

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AN AWKWARD BLUNDER. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

AN AWKIWATtD ILLNDEIt. Wlheni Longley,..&terwards Archbishop of Canterbury, was h-aildma-ter of Iiar row, a favorite game with many of the boys was called "Jucic o' Lantern." but as the farnmers complained of the damage done to their crops, it had to _b forbidden. Some lads, neverthcless, used to slip out at nights and indulge In their pastime on the sly. They were wont to let themselves down by a rope from the first floor window. One night the boys had forgotten to take In the rope, and Longley (whose nickname, by the-bye, was "Jacob") happened to see It. He guessed its use at once, and, giving it a tug, was promptly hauled up. the lads within thinking the signal had proceeded from one of their number. The moment that the headmaster's face np peared, however, it was evident a fright ful blunder had occu-rrl. "Jacob, by Jove!" was the boys' e?cla.ma4tion. At the same instant the rope-pu!ller let go his hold, and Longley was permitted to take a long drop into the evergreens b...

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WIT AND HUMOR [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

WIT AND HUMOR. You can never tell a man's weight by his sighs. SShe: I've seen twenty-two .numrers. He (the brute) : Since when" "Well. w:hat- d you think of her voice'." "Well. slhe has a. beautiful singing voice to talk with, but a had talking voice to sing with." Ile: "And w,on't you giv'e net a !iss?' She: "Certainly not. I ne."v.r kisd : man in mny life." le (-nlihaticaily) : "Neither have I." Norvous Old Lady (to deck hand) : Mr Stic::amoatman, is there any fear of daiier? Deck aunl (carelessly) : Pleniy of featr, nna'arnl but not a bit o2 danger. I-Tad a Dim Id;,a.-"Wlhat was the.' cause," a sked the silutrintenenn t, i'o tihe E?Cy.ptiun pleltgues?" "I guess they didn't boil the water." v. ntured a little girl in the infant -'las. "You shuld never take anything that doesn't nagree with you." the. pihysie'ia I told hint. "If I'd always fo'lowed that rule. Maria." he remarked to his wife, "''where would you be?." Nellie: "I knotw that I amn not perfect. I realise that I have my...

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THE WRONG STATION. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

TIHE 'RONG STATION. The Tramp-Yes, ma'am, I amn a firm ber!ever in the Biblical declaration that heaven will provide. Lady with Mole on Her Nose-We'l, just pass along to the next house. Heaven's provision train doesn't stop here, even when it is flagged.

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OF GOOD CAPACITY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

OF GOOD CAPACfTY. A farmer in the north of Scotland en gaged a man for his farm, and, as he rooked strong and willing, mutual ad miration ensued. John had been but a couple of days at work when it came to his employer's ears that he was a pro digious eater. Thinking to shame him, the master got up before John yoked his horse for a three hours' job. "As ye'll he a while awa', John," remarked the farmer, "I'm thinkin' you should tak" your breakfast before ye set oot." John did as he was bidden. "Ye'll scarcely be back in time for denner, John, sae ye'd better tak' it tae." John said naething, but smiled pleasantly, and finished his small. beer, bread, and cold beef. "Toots," exclaimed the astonished em plo?er, "dinna mnak' twa bites o' a cher ry--Just tak' your supper. when you're at it." Nothing loth, John set to. Wrhen through, he sat down on a "k!st" in the kitchen, and pulled out his ripe. Seeing this the now enrag:.d f:a:mr Sid. "It's aboot tinl. ye v.rtc yoking non. "" Na, noa."...

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THE HEATHEN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

TIE iHEATHEN. Little John (after casting his penny into the fund for the Bamalars Is landers)-I wish I was a heathen! Sabbath School Teacher-Oh Johnny! -Why do you wish such an awful thing as that? Little John-The heathen don't never have to give nothln'-they are alwhvay gettin' somethin'.-"Harper's Bazar."

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A KAFFIR ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

A KAFFIR IFOMANCE. The Intflr o nd of 1877 found me, thenz a major in a well known filhting regi umlent, qiuartcred for special :;cervicl with the Colonial forces, which wrcere( instily raised and eqluipped on account: of the threatening condition (of the Kaflirs, both In the Tra;nslei nd Ci(is kel. . . A few days after the wt'r In:ll broken out I slolpei'l :t day at t1,11 *\rilUilusto\sll on o itny waly io lt'e frot',i, anid wCent to dine with :a11 old f' ic.'t, ther'--Opt' of the civil in:igistr'l:: ori the dlltrict. Albut the miihlle, of oui, lrepast y host waO suddenly cailhd out to a. LKaildir wonli, Iwllo si(ent to say slh' nlitst setl' h1i at. ntle. Thinking t]im: lnight ble the iearer of IilnlSotnr:it illnte ligenice froill Ilhe fronlt. hie Iat torict.' oi plied with her re?tliest. A ftelr a 1 t' m?ontentis lie sent :n messatge desi'inig riy preelnce il tile little roout whihli servedl' 'as an oliice. Th'll'ere I siaw, sttlainhlg In :iin attitude suggesting colnhetet ;tlhil ...

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BURGLARS AND BICYCLES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

BURGLARS AND BIOYCLES. The following account of a burglary is taken flom :t London paper: Two cyclists broke into the house of MIr Haig at Ascot recently, and .stole much valuable .iewellery from Mrs Hlaig, whose husband was away from home yachting. The men,. who are believed to have approached and departed on bicycles. entered Mrs lI:ig's bedroom about 2 a.m., and after ai prolonged parley walked off with a valuable haul of jewellery. The lady says that a bright light was turned full upon her face, dazzling her completely for somei moments. When she became :lccn?stomed to the light, she noticed that there were two men in the room. The one wLas thin-faced: he wore a peaked cap, and blue reefer coat, and, as near as she could see, appeared to by a better-class workman or artisan, lie wlas middle aged. The other might have been older. He seemed rather burly, but he kept carefully behind the screen, and if he moved about kept his face turned away, so Mrs Hraig never: once caught a glim...

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A BAILIE ON FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 20 September 1898

A BAILIE ON FIGHTING.. On the burgh bench of Dunbar is a magistra te---lalle Smith-who believes in tighting.Two boys were brought be fore him on June 26th charged with thbs offence: Bailie Smith: "Let them fight." He ob jected to boys being brought up for fighting. Tile Fiscal said this case was reported by the stationmaster, as it occurred in side the gate, where a large crowd had congregated. Bailie Smith: Why should they not fight? My own boys fight. One struck the other. and he was quite right to re taliate.. The police, he thought, had very little to do to bring up boys for fighting. The Fiscal: Do not blame the police; blame me. They:were in duty bound to bring them up. Bailie Smith: I will not convict, at all events. MIr Notman, Assessor: You must con vict; they have pleaded guilty. The ?nailie: Well. I will dismiss them. Addressing the boys, he said : I don't object to your fijhting at all. Away you go and fight it out: Headers may remember that it was from Dunbar that Sir J...

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