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Produce and Furniture Market. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

Produce and Furniture. Market. By advertisement in our columns Messrs. Matthews' Bros. and Plummer, announce their intention of opening a produce end furniture market at Warra gul, on Wednesday, May 22nd, at the rear of Harlem's Club Hotel, where spacious rooms have ?been secured. Sales will be held every second Wednesday, and will be conducted on liees which it is hoped will prove advantageous to the public and ensure the ultimate sucress.of the venture. Mr. W. White, . an e::perienced general auctioneer from Melbourne, will conduct the sales, and it is desired that people hatving produce aid furniture for dis po'sal will send them to the place named in time for the inaugural sale.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Local Butter Prices. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

Local Butter Prices. Of late, owing partly to a falling market, and 1partly to the quality of the article, the butter consigned from the Warragtl Factory has failed to realise the actual amount advanced upon it However, .word has just come from the agents that for 54 cases shipped per the Ormuz on January the 28rd, 80s per owt was realised. As the amount actually advanced then was Sd per lb, or 74s 8d per cwt. a, fair margin of profit is thus disclosed.-- M' r. Godden, the present manager, commenced work about a week before this consignmet left the factory, so it is pretty certain that most of the butter in the above ship was his make. If the results of the three consignfhents since the Ormuz are all equally satisfactory, even the WarraAul Butter Factory may have " turned the corner. The entries for the Half.Holiday Foot ball Challenge Cuip closed on Monday last. The following teams have entered ;-Bun yip, Longwarry, WYarrigil,33.randj' Greek.

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WARRAGUL BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

WARRAGUL BUTTER FACTORY. ----+-- A meeting of the directors of the Warragul Butter Factory Company was held at the Secretary's office on Wednesday and was attended by Messrs H..C. Harvie, G. W. Anderson and F. Walkden, with MIr. C, H. Round (Secretary). It was resolved that the price of milk should not be fixed till the end of the month, by which times the returns for butter sold are expected to have come to hand. Transfers of two parcels of shares of ten each were duly authorised. It was decided for the present to sell butter locally and cease export mg altogether. Accounts were passed amounting to £11il11. Id.

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THE DAIRY THAT CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY. Clear Statement of What Is Absolutely Essential to Its Success. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

THAT CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY. Clear Statement of What Is Absolutely Ea sentlal to ItsSuc ceass ' I believ6 that where a private cream ery has been, successful a cooperative creamery can also be aande so?i.bnt cerm tain things are absolutely necessary: First--The stockholders must have a good working knowledge of the dairy business; they must have good cows and take care of them' and feed them. Second--Enough milk should be guar anteed from the start to run the cream ery to its capacity. The way to secure the milk is to take in as stockholders only farmers who milk their cows, not beginning business until enough cows are secured. TliiidA man who can make first class bntter and cheese and who understands everything connected with the creamery business, from weighing, the milk, tak ing samples and testing it to shipping the products, conducting the necessary correspondence and keeping the books. No matter how well the patrons do their part, if the man who makes up the milk does not under...

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Dairy and Creamery. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

Dar"y and Creamery. Creamery men and dairymen every where ought to combine in one deter mined effort to rid America of oleomar-. gai~heT]hey should give their law mak ers no peace till the thing is done. If the law makers refuse to heed, let them bear something drop at thewext election. A creameryman who uses the De Laval lactcirite test says that he much prefers it to any other method in use for show ing the amount :of butter fat ln milrk. With the lactocrite he declares he can test 12 samples in five minutes. The machinery of the Blythewood dairy, Essex, England, is run entirelyby electricity. Why do not some of our American creameries try the same mo tive power where it can be obtained cheaply? Professor Cooke says that the odor from ensilage is .causel by a gas that passes off in the feeding. It it get into the milk it is because the milker is care less and has allowed the gas'lo cling to his clothing. He says further that corn when shocked in the field heats quite as much as en...

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Test That Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

Test that Milk. Wit the se of? theBabcock machine any ordinarily intelligent dairyman can accurately tell.the value of his cows, his milk and cream, also the value of the different food consumed. He can also tell, if he runs a home dairy, if he is get ting out all the butter ii the milk, what per cent butter fat he leaves in theskim milk and the butter milk, as well as tell the, value of the first milldng and of the stripping which the different milkman ro milkmaid leaves in theudder. Hoe can also tell, if he takes hin milk to the ;creamery, if the.creameryman is testing the milk'honestly. It is surprising after using a Babcock machine to ascertain that milk from cows 'of the same breed; same farm, sime care and treatment, will vary just double in the per cent of butter fat, and very often in those animals where it was~leat :ozxpected. It is also ser risinig to learn the difference which the food and the care and treatment of the cows will make in tho per cent of bnutter fat.' It is...

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BY SKEWS & PATTERSON: [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

Br SKEWS & PATTERSO : ay 14th.-:Land and clearing sale for Mr. F. Smith, Bull Swamp, South Warragul.

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COMING SALES. AS ADVERTISED IN THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

COMING SALES. AS ADVERTISED IN THIS ISSUE. Bi MESSRS. 'HAMILTON & CO. May l4th.--Clearing sale for Mr. James fMartin, Neerim, further de tails of which will be given in future issues. May 15th.-Land and clearing sale at Dronin West, on behalf of the administratrir of the late Mr. Stephen M'Glone. May 21st.-At John Buchan and Co.'s rooms, Queen-street, Mel . bourne, 320 acres of and at Noojee North.

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FOOTBALL. THE WARRAGUL CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

FOOTBALL. THE .WARRAGUL CLUB. . o ANNUAL .MEETING.> The annual meeting of the Warra gul Football Club was held at the Railway Hotel on Tuesday the 7th inst when there was a full attondance of members present. Twenty-eight members handed in their names. as ,wishing to join this season so that the club starts in the very prospect of success. Mr. Arthur Rice was elected chairman and the first business called on for the meeting to discuss, was last years -balance sheet which re vealed a deficit of about £4--slightly. under. ' All present expressed a desire to carryvon the old club and not only wipe out last years debt but make this season a: - financial as well as a football success. The following office bearers Were elected. President, Mr. E. J. Fowler, Vice-president Mr. P. F. Kennedy. Secretary, Mr. P. F. Kennedy. Patrons, Messrs. G. J. Turner IM.L,A., Jas. Gray, Drs. Hayes and Trumpy, .Messr,. Buffon, Plouright, Harlem, Gordon, Brewer, ,Carpenter, Howell,'- Clinton, Tregurtha, Dr...

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WARRAGUL v. HALF-HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

WARRAGUL v. HALF-HOLIDAY. This match was played on the Show ground on Wednesday, and resulted in a very easy win for the Half.holiday, who kicked 5 goals 10 behinds to Warragul's 8 behinds. Those who played well for the winners were Con. Colquhoun, Redman, Aspinall, Bob, Whittaker, Scanlow, Small, Archie, and C. Walker; and for the losers, Kerwin, Beeton, J. Connor, and T. Coghlan. Mr. Storie acted as central umpire, aad gave full satisfaction.

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THE FARMERS' HOPE. FLAX CULTIVATION. FORTHCOMING LECTURE AT WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

THE FARMERS' HOPE. -4--C FLAX CULTIVATION. FORTHCOMING LECTURE AT WARRAGUL. The farmers throughout the local districts have doubtless by this time recognised that their main hope for the future lies in leaving the beaten tracks wh ch have ceased to give profit for labor and to expend: their energies in the production of crops which are certain to yield a substantial monetary return in the future. To this end we would earnestly urge thein to rally round the promoters of the ffa$ company which is being launched into existence at Warragul and by their combined assistance eventually establish an industry which is destined, in the early future, to play a similar part in the farming world as dairying has done in the past. A splendid opportunity for acquiring the fullest practical information concern ing the cultivation of the crop and its subsequent treatment, will be afforded by the lecture to be delivered in the Masonic Hall on. Wednesday. evening next' by. Mr. 'IMcFarland. o - South Wa...

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The Flax Movement at Warragul [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

The Flax Movement at Warragul A meeting of the provisional directors in connection with the formation of the West Gippeland Flax Scutching and Oil-extracting Company Limited, was held at the Shire Hall, Warragul, yesterday afternoon, and was attended by Messrs. G. W. Anderson (in the chair), H. C. Harvie, H. It. Rogers, W. M'Farland, J. N. Menzies, J. L.' Parkes, D. M'Neil and F. H.. Smail?' with Mr. R. W. Jndd (Hon. See). The prospectsus were placed before the meeting and the necessary steps will be taken for circulating them amongst the farming community. ,' It was arranged that the ledtimi to' be delivered on the subject byi' Mr.t 'tfFarland, of South Warragul, should be given in the Masonic Hall on,'Wed nesday evening next Mr. G. J. Turner. M.L.A., has been exerting himself in the interests of the railway employees, and the town and district of Warragul, by interviewing the Commissioners relative to the proposed remoral of the employees,- and, has arranged for a deputation to wa...

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TRARALGON "FARMERS' JOURNAL." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

.TRARALGONPAIRMERS' JOURNAL." .O late the country has not been muclh:affected by the policy of cen tralisation which has been such a prominent feature in our administra tion; but the decision said to be arrived at by the Railway Department to reduce the number of locomotives at the Traralgon and Warragul stations, shows that we have lulled ourselves into a state of false security. What benefit the department could expect to gain by such a move it is dilfficult to conceive. The business men of Traralgon are to a man deeply interested in the proposed change. By it there would be removed from the town nine men, six of whom are householders with families, and such an exodus cannot be viewed with equanimity. The railways are popularly supposed to be established for the benefit of the entire community, but the authorities controlling them apparently entertain distinctly different ideas. n

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

.BAILWAY TIME-TABLE;. -.4--~ WARRAGW.L TO MELBOUIRNE. Dep. - a.m. p.m. p.m. Warragl .. ' 11.9 4.35 7.55 Drowmn .. 11.21 4.50 8.10 IL?eawarry .. 11.81 5.5 8.26 DBonyp . . .. 11.3 .15.- 882 i1r.fie -. 11' 45 &2i -8.29 Tye .. 11.52 5.30 8.46 ro .. n 2'0 8.40 .54 Paken .. 12.9 5.52. 9.4 Beaconsfield .. 12.25 6.14 .20 Berwick .-. - 1..: ?. .18 .9.3. Dadenong .. 1 ? :r8 $0 9."9 (Dakleigh () ... 1.1- 7.19. " ý Oakletgh (d) .. 1.1. 7.78 10.16 Melbetmue .. 1.46 7.59 I 10.40 .i2OlTraTFW. 10 WARRAGITL. Dep. .. am-.. a.m p.m Melborne .. 7.50 11.90 4.80 Oakleigh .. 8.22 12.38 5.2 Daidenong .. 8.46 1.15 5.28 Berwick .. 9.10 1.42 8.52 Dieaonsfield .. 9.18 1.46 5.66 Paihenam .. 9.31 5.7 . .14 Nanr-gr-oon .. 9.44 2.18 6.24 TyMong .. 9.52 2.28 6.82 Garfield .. 9.58 .35 6.89 Banyip .. 10.4 2.49 6.48 Lorgiarr .. 10.10 8.1 6.55 rourin 10.53 8.21 7.10 - _am?.ag . 10.88 S.3? 7.25 WARRAGWLTO TRALLALOO .. Departure. -Sa.m p.m I p Warragul .. 118 5.45 7.50 Dloomfield .11.15 5.52 7.65 Darnm .. 11:92 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

Pablie Notices.' "Government Gazette"' - IS REOULARLY FILED At the OFFIOE io this JOURNAi aid can be INSPECTED by the PUBL any time dnring bD ness _Hores. Orient Line of Royal MalSteasmers QUICKEa T Steam 'Boute to England. Steamers leave Melbourne every.fort night for Pljmouth and London. LIGURIA .. 4648 tons .. . May 11. FARES-f115 l& s to £70. *C lling at Hobart en route from Sydney. Facilities are now afforded for 'bring ing out friends sand relatives from London by tho prepaymert of passage money. .-Waer Awrsuz L GOLD FILSrts-Parsen gets Booked in all elasse for -Allany-the ickest route to the sids 1e adued Eates. For :.further .particulars apply to "1. Marshall, Dranch Manager 488 and 490 CIllins-street Melbourne. , -- . ,r-, . - -- -• Don't Be: deluded. You eannot rent the 'acant property by merely hanging a card in: the wiindow. The man who: wants' to catch Dame Fortune's 'smile must do more than , - Flirt with the lively lady. Thousands have tried it. Hundreds are a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

Auctioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - S TOCK ENTERED FOR THE BULi BULN AND WARRAGUL MARKETS - FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations'Undertakecn-? a-Loans Arranged. LocA. RPeE5s5ENTIVE OF MESSRS. WM. HAMILTON & CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 1Srn MAY, 1895. W M. HAMILTON & CO. will sell by V. publio auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 31sT MAY, 1895. W H. HAMILTON & CO. willhold their 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. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne LEONGATHA SALE. MONTHLY SALE. Thursday, May 23, At One p.m. Sharp. WT M. HAMILTON & CO. w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

MONiEFYPAIC I TaiE Ciri.- Othing disorganises. all sorts of -business so effectually as a inoey panic in the City ofLondon. ,:It signifiesthat something is wrong with the very Tfoudation upon which the whole fabric of .commerce is erected. The commercial world turns giddy as it were, and loses its head. In such a case even the wisest man does not know what to do. In our personal troubles h!:ppily we are not so helpless. If we saffer from headache, indigestion, loss of appetite, disorder, of the stomach or liver, we simply take our Holloway's Pills and we find. relief. If it is gout, rheumatism, bronchitis, sore throat, or realk chest which ails us, we turn to HIolloway's Ointment, which is ap infall. ible remedy for all such troubles, Public Notice. WARRACUL SPORTS' D~EPOT. THE LEADING TOBACCONIST LN -WARIRAGUL. Tobaccos, Cigars; Cigarettes, All the Best Brands in stock. TOY & FANCY GooDS, of all Desdriptions. A Large Assortment of DOLLS Dressed and Undressed-exceed ingly ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

Business Notices. SGHWEITZER'S "THE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. -:0: T, T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & Chaff Merchant (Loz A. P. MYERS & CO.) Napier-street,.-Warragul. Flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety. I- Horse Feed,. Fowls' Feed, Grass-, Seed, Potatoes, &o. BONE DUST- -BONE DUST, - All at the Lowest .Possible Prices. - MRS.. J. ROSS, - queen Street, ;Warragul HAS a Large and Varie4 Collection of SSTATIONERY, CHILDRENS' TOYS, SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such as Boo?, Slates, Bags, &c., HABERDASHERY, Cottons, .Wools and Crewel Silks. Tube Oil Paints, and the beautiful Enamel Paints. Fancy Goods-large ?ariety. CONFECTIONERY. Agent for . Singer's Sewing Machine and Requisites,;. Also Fruit and Vegetables in Season. CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR CARIDS and TOYS in Great. Variety.. Postage Stamps for Sale. - .. - TEME?T E. - TEETIFrom One Guinea a Set ! TEETH _ TEETHI SMR. JOHN STEWART, TEETH Registered Surgeon Dentist TEETH or rsle TEETH...

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SHAKESPHERE AS A HUMORIST. [PAPER READ BY MR. C. H. ROUND BEFORE THE WARRAGUL BRANCH OF THE A.N.A.] [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

SHAKESPEARE AS A HUMORIST. [PasER READ BYMR. C. H. I0 .l.v THE WARRAOGUL IRA-ec or TILE o0---. "°' ' The works of Shakespeare likened to a very rich goldfieldth oay reservation that while the richest o ldt we can conceive of is certain in time to e worked out, theldeep mines o[ intellepl wealth that abound in the prodneti t?alo our great author are practically i exrhaustible. hNo single student, society of students, is ever likel. 0: master all the infinite variety of a et treasure that can here be founda. mighty master was most careful to all -the; multifarious shades of character. He was equally at h?m the comic as well as in the tragic eler?, for his clowns are as life-like as his kine and princes. Whether revellin , m, the exquisite fancies of fairy reo ?saore narrating the prosiac events of hisa his pen is ever ready, and in all p new and graceful ideas are clothed equally appropriate language. It therefore but consistent that Shake eIt as a humorist would shine just as bdht as...

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THE DROUIN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895

THE DROULI CLUB. The annual meeting of this club was held at Leith's Hotel on Thursday evening last. Mr.H. Leggo was voted to the chair, and the-first business transacted was the adoption of the balance-sheet. The document set forth that, after paying outstanding accounts, there would be a balance of 5s 3d 'in hand. This announcement was received with satisfaction, and in view of this, the membership fee was fixed at 5s for honorary members, and 2s Gd for play-members-the same as last year. The election of officers resulted as follows :-President, Mr. Geo. Leith (re-elected); vice-presidents, Messrs. Miles, Minikan, MJ'Gorlick and H. Leggo secretary and treasurer,\ Mr. A. G. Blythe (re-elected); general committee, Messrs. Shaddock, Brad shaw, Patterson, A. Coombe and H. Rees; match committee, Messrs. Shaddock, Coombe and Miles, with secretary and captain. It was 'agreed that the captain and the vice-captain be elected at the first match played; also, that any trophies presented for ...

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