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CONCERT AT WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

CONCERT AT WARRAGUL. The Drouin Choral Society gave their first concert in Warragul on Tuesday evening last. The attendance was certainly a disgrace to the town ship, it being a matter of conjecture at first whether the concert would be given at all, as only two or three persons were present. Towards nine o'clock, however, a few put in an ap. pearance, and the entertainment was proceeded with. The programme-a well selected one-was carried out in its entirety, and with as muchenergy as if the house had been fillet. - The following are the names of those who sang, and their songs :-Pianoforte solo, Mr. G. L. Smith; glee, " Come to the Fair," Choral Society; song, " The Englishman," Mr. Stephenson; duet, " Come with thy Lute," the Misses Smith; song, "'The Baron," Mr. G. L. Smith ; glee, " Awake, Eolian Lyre," Choral Society; duet, The Lily and the Rose," Mrs. Stephen son and Miss Smith; song, "Thou art so Near," Mr. Gabbett. This concluded the first portion, and .Mr. J. Startup, ?Pres...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

-SARRACAN. (roam Ora ow CORaESPoSDEnT.) An entertainment in aid of the religious services held in the 1Mechanics' Institute was given in that building on Fridayevening, thellth inst. The attendance was good. Mr. Graham occupied the chair. The ladies who contributed to the vocal part of the entertainment were-Mcsdames How lett and Sloane, the Misses Graham, Perry., and Wood, while Mrs. Stewart played several of the accompaniments. The gentlemen who sang on the occasion were--Messrs. Auchterlonie, Medley, White, Perry, and Weir, who sustained their parts-as also did the ladies-in a creditable manner-in some instances .very meritoriously, which it might appear invidious to single out. An exception, however, might be made as regards a recitation by '"Mr. Waldon; this was given in excellent style, and was highly appre ciated. There were one or two comic songs given which would have been better omitted. After the programme was completed, dancing was com menced to some excellent music, ren...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE REFORM BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

THE REFORM BILL. The debate on the amendment moved by Mr. R. 31. Smith, to refer the bill, together with the Council's measure, to a joint committee of the two Houses, was resumed on Weenes day night, 9th March, by Mr. McKean, who, together with 3fessrs. Mirams, James and Mason, supported the Government in their contention that the bill should be passed through all its stages before any reference was made to a joint committee or con ference. Messrs. R. Clark, R. 31. Smith, and Graves, and Dr. Madden, and Sir Bryan O'Loghlen maintained the desirability of remitting the whole subject to a joint committee. Mr. Mason, speakingto the subject said: " He felt himself in a dificulty in voting upon'this question. If he voted aga'nst the motion tabled by the leader of the Opposi tion he would in effect be saying that the Hduse should not meet the Council on this question in a conference. Yet he did not wish his constituents totthink that wars his view of the matter. He would not be un favorab...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

MELBOURNE MARKETS. (BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) W? . HAmIILTON & Co. report for week ending the CLth March:--Fat Cattle. 2180 yarded, the bulk being of only medium and inferior quality; good and prime sold at rate about equal to last week; -.ohers rather easier. Fat Sheep.-About 9)00 yiirded, there was brisk demand and early clearance of all lots suited to the trade at advance of about Gd. per head, on last week's prices. Fat Lambs.-1500 yarded, trade lots sold rapidly'at· extreme rates.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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THE MILKMAID'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

THE MILKMAID'S SONG. Shlme upon you, Robir, Shame upon you, now I Kiss me; would you with my bands Milking the cow ? Daisies grow again, Kingcups blow again, And you came and kissed me milking the cow. Robin came behind me, Kissed me well, I vo.; Cuff him, could I : with my hands Milking the cow ? Swallows fly again, Cuckoos cry again : And you came and kissed me milking tbc cow. Come. Robin, Robin, Come and uiss me n w; Help it, call I ? with ll i h i:lsn Milking thile cow ? Ringdovrs come again, All things swoo again. Come behind and kiss Ile mitki ig the cosw. -From Tenayson's Q_)ueesn M.arn.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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LORD BEACONSFIELD'S NEW NOVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

LORD BEACONSFIELD'S NEW NOVEL. "Endymion," Lord Beaconsfield's new novel, in three volumes, has been issued. Pending a fuller criticism, the following particulars of the story may prove inter esting. The book opens in the period imme diately previous to the Reform BilL. It closes shortly after the establishment of the Second Empire. In its pages Lord Beacons. field sketches at some length the Anti-Corn Law agitation, Job Thornberry in many re spects bearing a marked resemblance to Richard Cobden. The railway mania is also described, and in Mr. Viso many will renew their recollections of the Railway King. As in "Lothair," an eminent Catholic prelate figures conspicuously iiltthe pages of " En dymion,".and the original of. "a certain Doctor Comely, an Oxford Ion of the new school," who initiates Lord Montfort "into all the mysteries .of Neology," quoting in a sweet silky v.oice Socrates instead of St. Paul, will be generally recognised. Lord Roehampton is obviously Lord Palmerston, al...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE COLOGNE CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

THE COLOGNE CATHEDRAL The cathedral has, been discussed over and over again by writers so unsparingly in their admiration that perhaps the tide has latterly turned the other way. The wbrld of ecclesiastical art has'always felt an ovarpoweringsens ' of gratitude to the fabric which seems to have had such a beneficial influence on the human mind. Cologne Cathedral saw the last of the at tempt to work Romanesque, or the latest form of Roman architecture, to the sub lime results of 'the modernm cathedral. Notwithstanding' the doctrine of arclii. tecttiral'eVunlltJnists, tbat there cannot or Ought?oot to be two contemporary styles, it is it fact that theioundations ot arotl anesque.basilca were laid at COJ loguue about the same date.- The style bi theCathedral .was a daring leap into tids future, as mary be measured by the fac; of its foundation beiug only twenty yeari later: than that of Salisbury Cathedral. We are not'dispardiging the effdet of all our grand" edulesiastctal structures ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

We have often heard what a nice country Texas is to live in. We are more than ever convinced of it since reading the following extract from a Texas paper :-" Ie wish, says the editor, " that a few of our citizens could be permitted to live till they died a natural death, so as to show the World what a magnificently healthy country Texas really Little Bill was told : "Never ask for any. thing at the table. Little boys should wait until they are served."-The other day little Billy was forgotten in the distribution, and was not served at all. 'What could he do:? Presently, afteri reflecting seriously, he asked : "Mamma, when little boys starve to death, do they go to heaven ;

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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THE SUBSIDY TO LOCAL BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

TIHE SUBSI)DY TO LOCAL BODIES. Now that the second reading of thoe Reform Bill has been carried by the Assembly, the question of subsidy to local bhodies, one moiety of which is usually paid in the month of :March, is beginning to engage the attention of hon. memibers. The determination of the Government to reduce the total amount of subsidy by one-third is viewed by members on both sides of the Hlouse, and also by the various local bodies throughout the colony, with strong disfavor. And it is thought that, should this movement be successful, the intention is to still further reduce the subsidy to local bodies, and to ultimately abolish it altogether. In short, the action of the Government is regarded as in dicative of this policy, and country members do not appear to take kindly to such a proposal. The distribution, as proposed by Mr. Berry, is not con sidered unsatisfactory so far as it goes, but members object to the establish ment of a principle by which certain local bodies are...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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CRICKET WARRAGUL V. MOE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

CRICKET WARR AGUL V. MOE. This was one of the most interest ing matches that has been played on the Warragul Cricket ground, and took place on Saturday last. One or two showers occurred during the day, making the ground rather heavy, but this did not seem to check the ardor of the players, who were in excellent form. Warragul went first to the wickets, and were not disposed of before a total of 65 runs had been made. The Moeites were less for tunate, making only a total of 2S. In their second innings, the Warragulites did not succeed so well, being all disposed of for 27 runs. The Moeites closed their second innings for 39, Warragul thus winning by 25. runs. It may be mentioned that the Moe team was represented by players from several clubs, and it is therefore a matter of congratulation to the Warma gui team on their success. A very excellent lunch, prepared by Host Lefebrre. was done ample justice to in the middle of the day. The follow ing are the scores: WAnseorL.-Frasr L-cwsas....

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FASHIONS AND PERSONAL DEFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

FASHIONS AND PERSONAL DEFECTS. The Figaro reminds its readers how most of the fashions of past times were due to the anxiety of some reigning beauty either to con ceal a blemish or display a charm. La belle Ferronniere had the misfortune to burn her forehead. The 'accident left an a..kwlarud scar, which the famous lhaity raftily covered with a g& ae ndr onam that time all adkaoI the French Court-who wernc' gy a veno us-wor precious els welo their hrows. Anneaof .A'a h~d lovely arms ;. but sm5l '1- e worth of heality from the eight retired. The Queen shortened her reeves to show hor'charms, and all the artists ;df the day had to paint wrists and elbows as well as, bands and 'faces... Madame 'de Pesipadour 'ias little,: and so.she thought it bligt eweor.high heels-indeed-Louea XIN; .wasd.l'the same opinon and for the. same reason, so that when he died we read that his insignificant stature astodished his courtiers, and gave a very literal illustration of the motto, MORs soS.A ...

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THE CAPTIVE OF GIPPSLAND. CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

THE CAPTIVE OF, Gfi S AJ . OCaAE TEI II.--(Continued.) The ready mind of ,Mturry immediately set about devising some means of tracing the fugitives, and, considering that: Peter might possibly be able'to throw some light on th3 proceedings, he dispatched.two of his men'to release that unfortunate individual from his durance, and also to' bring the horses downi to the deserted camp, where he' signifiedlhi own intention of remaining to: smoke a con. sidering pipe, as ho termed it, and toappease the desiresof the physical man with a sub" stantial breakrfast.. While; he latter iinportaxj bhgsjppeg wva in doitseisf operation, the twobnshmen re: turned with the horses, and Peter, who could not conceal the satisfaction he'felt.at the escape of his tribe, a fact which was immedi. atelynoted by the overseer, who, as soon as the morning meal was despatched, brought him to task before the whole party aesembled ij dl iberatv y, SPeter," commenced Murray, in a slow and deliberate manner, " you k...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, 12TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

NARR ACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. SATrUnxr, 12Tn MAncu. Present.-The President (S. Vary, Esq., J.P.), and Crs. Lloyd, Duma resq, Wood, -Miller, and' Hann. The minutes of last meeting hav ing been read and confirmed, inward correspondence was received and dealt with: From D. P. Corkeron, asking for 10s. for expenses in attending at .Ioe at Secretary's request to sign agree ment for contract.-Not entertained. From the manager Bank of Austral asia, Moe, saving that the Moe branch would be closed on the 14th inst., and that the Council's account at the bank would be removed to Traralgon unless the Council otherwise directed; also that the office at Moe would be open on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Received, consideration deferred for a month. From the Secretary Traralgon Shire saying that the Traralgon Shire Coun cil would co-operate with the Narra can Shire in erecting a bridge over the 3orwell River. on the Iirboo Road. Received. From the Central Board of Health. forwarding regulations for ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Tales and Sketches. THE RUNAWAY SHIP. A SALT YARN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

. THE RUNAWAY SHIP. A ALT YSALN. -.. One afternoon watch, two seamen were seated face to face astride the fore-t"pmast cross-trees of a large Australlian olbille' ward-bound, which had all her canvas, studding-sails included, spread to the south-east trade wind that clants upward from the Cape towards the equator..,The, breeze was freshening, and the sails whicth about noon, were murmuring and rustling, now slept full: everything drew, as the wind had been'hauled-a littleonre the ship's , starboard quarter; her head lyiig:about west-by-north, and she going about .eight knots through the water; just bending now and then enough to give the lee yard arms a pleasant slope to port, and over the blue surface, which already looked darker and brisker,, with little tops of white in our shadow to windward. With the privilege of a watch below, I was lying over the topsail-yard, in the bunt by hile mast, my feet upon the foot-rope, and a spyglass in my hand, through which I took an occasional g...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Facetiœ. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

Dwellers on dangerous coasts have many strange wreck.colloctions. It requires an early start, tnow-a.days, for a man to get round his wife. Temperance reformers should turn their attention to money; it is always tight. Where you can't find a good looking-glass you will scarcely find a good-looking lass, either. You can't expect to hit the mark with a bent arrow; the straighten-arrow way is the right way. "If I am stuck up, 1 amn not plroud," as the butterfly said when pinned to the side of the show-case. A political economist says " the seat wives are cheapest." Yet every good man who has a good wife looks upon her as "a little dear." A nmn being accusedl of extravagance de clared that the accusation was unjust. " For." said he, "I anm very careful to live within the means of my creditors." A St. Kilta belle, belov-ed of two impetuous swains, says she feels as if she were in a rail way tunnel with an express train coming each way. Dick Harris, the barber, would like to get possessio...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

Public Nptices. 1N Advantageous Investment, open to .s. all .lasses in the Colony of Victoria, r ithout rcgard to rank or position in life. PROSPECTUS ov T'V1 VICTORIAN CO-OPERATIVE DRESS SUPPLY ASSOCIATION (LaUTrria.) 'To upply on Co-ol crative Principles .-,-ry .e, rption of ]l.:lres' andl entlemen's ('toltinr .Ilorsehosld Frrnlitrec, Ae.. Sc. (liig:stercd under the Companies' Statue, CAPITAL £100,000 IN 100,000 SHAII.ES OF .1 EACH. Issue of 20,000 shares of C1 each, to be loi"d as follows :-Five shillings per share ."l allotment, Five shillings per share -one :: onth after allotmnent, five shillings per e:anr three months after allotment, and five a;illings per share six months after allot e ent, thereby nsakingthe shares fully paid ip,. and thereupon shareholders cannot. -nlder any circumstances incur any further hability. Both Ladies and Gentlemen may susc'rilte for shares. DIRECTORS: W. If. CUTTS, Esq., J.P., M.D., trustee of the MPelbourne Savings' Eank. E. J, N.ANSON, Es,, P...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

Mail Coaches, fc. CYOBB and CO'S COACHES in connec 0 tion- with the VICTORIAN- AIL WAYS: SALE TOo BAinrsOALL. 2 p.m. daily (Sun Mays ercepted). returnin daily at9.30 am.; itue at Sale 3.30 p.m. Fare, 10s. Ccoches will leave Railway Station, lioe, ns t:ider : Coaer s Creek. Happy-go-Lucky, and Walholl. ev-ry Tuesday, Thnursday, and Samrday, at 11.30 anm., returning on Mon day? Wednesday, and Friday, at s anm. ar rivin aateoa intima fortheafternoontrain far aifbom-e Mails also leavee Mefor Tanjilsamedays and time LOBEBISON, WAGNER & CO.. Praorictors. ROYAL IMAIL LINE OF COACHES. WARrAGBUL TO BRANDY CREEK AND DROTIN WEST. COACT will leave Sctt's Royal Horel. Warragal. for the abeveamed 0ac+1s on arrival of morning trains from 3felbourne and Sale. returning in time for eveing trains. ROBERT L. SCOTT. Proprietor. TEM3PLETON'S ROYAL MAIL LINE OF COACHES. TRAEALGON TO WALMALLA. ~HE COACH leares the Railwav Station Trsralgon. for Walhalla. on arrival of first train from Melbourne. o...

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The Warragul Guardian. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

THURSDAY, MeArCH 17, iSSt . notha isthe reasport of the arracan Sh" tion for severance hasit will be seen got up that a letter addressed to the Minister of Public Works, by authority section of the neighboring "dshire, in appointeder to waisecure to that gentleman respection a prponderane of powseverance ofin por"the management os of the shire, stateffairs of"that " thatere is reason to believe wthe argita quite willing to. acknowledge, that, if suchtion for severanc the hase, the line ofup argument would have. been a fair one to take, we? saf;tliat, "as regards that porby a section of thenaan Shire whichboring shire, in order to annexcure to thate Buln Buln Shire, the information .conveyed to the MIinister is not only a gross libel ction ahe petitponerancs, of powert ins calcuilated,, if. unecon~tradicted, i to in fluence him in such a way that a gross "theus managemenit of sulth ' e affairs ofhall tharefore traverse the letter with are quview of showing that some ofdge. that, if s...

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SPOTS AND BLOTS. AN OLD CIRCUS CLOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

SPOTS. AND. BLOTS. ANL OLD CIRCUS CLOWN. In that county fitly called "the G arden of England." I had determined to spend my holiday. In one of my favourite walks I frequently passed a pretty, old fashioned, well-kept cottage, which even a lover of Londoneould not fail to admire. I had often noticed an old man working in the garden, and pottering over some favourite plant, but I had no idea that he was an old circus clown till- we drew to gether through me. noticing that he was particularly fond of children. He would sometimes spend half an hour at a time walking through the garden with my lit tle girl,. telling her the names of the flowers, and showing generally a very intelligent interest in the habits and culture of his plants. All the children in the village loved Ben Jarvis-he had such a kind, genial way with him; and where children lead in this respect, we hard-grained seniors may safely follow. "And you thought I was a born gar dener, sir,l did you?" he said, with a hoarse chu...

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THE COLONEL'S SENTENCE. AN ALGERIAN STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 17 March 1881

THE COLONEL'S SENTENCE. AN AL?O?IAN STORY. "I've known many clever fellows in my time," said Paul Dupont, French sous-licu tenant in the -th of the line, as he sat sip ping his coffee in front of the Hotel de la Regence at Algiers, "but by far the cleverest man I ever met was our old colonel, Henri de Malet. People said he oughtlto have been an avocat, but that was giving:him but half his due, for I'll be bound he could have out flanked any lawyer that ever wore a gown. In his latter days he always went by the name of 'Solomon the Second;' and if you care to hear how he came by it I'll tell you. "Before he came to us De Malet was mili tary commandant at Oran, and it.was there that he did one of his best strokes-outgene railing a camel-driver from Tangier, one of those thorough.paced Moorish rascals of whom the saying goes, 'Two Maltese to a Jewo, and three Jews to a Moor.' Now this Tangerine, when pulled up for some offence or other, swore, that he wasn't Muley the camel-driver at a...

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