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ALL SORTS [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
ALL SORTS The.Queen's contritintions to the Beri. and ullcks Needlework Guild c6nsistý,*l. of two.knitted hoods, one in ied wool at., the'other blue. Both were trimmed wit?. bows and ribbons, and made entirely bL Y the Queen. The Kaiser snrprised a garrison dropping in quite early ini the iiodrnitl :: w\itihout being in the least eipecteidL . .., 1 eietie d ini 1erlnia as a sues -o 55wiie '.e Lmpiieo. Mzgnscr,'s.. l ell'.: ,,' '.5 ,Tind: the" ride aui~ ";, bride:. fi5d tctire idtl ii0ret i'c:. o hite . ri-is Sstcase,:ui siie tits e' stylt. truinnim : tli sec ; ls oli, is licing 0islid mti ;'letld together b I - Tih "-\ lti-Corset Iea ue is hI oldlilh.'f tl6.Queeti's 'Halli H outrldi'lo w ht is tes mt'e a "faoh.b. n wsithotitfo lly' exhibltisn iso thedica-l cituai, lecturinig in" connect.tii,? witlih -The dispilkhyt'f hs a-uall'l rticol ,g:riletits, rdecled"l that . niiety: .oils it c'er}y'hundred of ladies' slpeciail aitilsusit ' soero traceable to- tie" ihse of sta:. ' St'Shiftilsl...
Here's a Pretty Puzzler. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
IIHers' a Pretty Puzzler. German children are said to be "slower" tlianthose of other civilized nations, but they frequently reach the mark as soon as their more rapid broth ers. The following is a German idea. Try it: Cut a strip of paler 2 by 15 inches. -Draw a line on'both sides along the ex act middle.' In order to distinguish be tween the two sides, indicate one line by darts; the other by dashes. Paste -the ends of the paier together so that the center line will be continuous, but join the dotted line to tho;line of the dashes. This will give a twist to the ring. With a pair of scissors carefully cut through the middle line' all the way round the ring. How-many rings there will then be you will see for yourself.
Derelicts of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
Derelicts of the Se,. -After: vev s~rcere storms: at sea. the occan isalvrw.avs full of' reched vessels, floting 'ith kleels intuheir, soinetimes with: onl~?the masts abat nwater, and cnrionsl' eniogh som6tiiue? kwithonly'. u: ii: r, .adtu dwnwnclr. V,,; i ; vc -,l,'.?a.b Our government always sends out vessels to find and sink or" destroy any derelicts floating in the course our ships are-apt to sail. The pursuit and.the capture of them are always exciting and even dangerous operations, and the his tory of voyages undertaken for the pur pose is full of thrilling chapters, chap ters quito as thrilling, in fact, as any that relate to voyages' undertaken for finding hidden treasures on faraway islands. It is only, I suppose, because it is not so romantic to find an old wreck and'to make away with it as it is to find bags of pirategold or splendid jewels that the stories of derelict cap tures have not been oftener told. Still, Whenever you read accounts of storms and then of vessels be...
OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish it to be [?] that we do not necessarily [?] views expressed by correspondence this heading.] THE MUNICIPAL PROBLEM TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
OUR LETTER BO , [We distinctly wish it to bey ` that we do not necessarily views expressedbyorresp-d?-n this heading.] THE MUNICIPAL P'IOE1I0 TO THE EDITnOR1 Sir,-" What the lMunicip. do now that thoe sbsidy 1has 5e to a paltry £100,000," is a pro? I apprehend is just now exe minds of the public. It Was I, in all conscience to lose t.100,, weeks ago, but the second ?,,, short of the "last straw." suffering selectors in the back doomed to sore disappolinetn,, out of the question to give facilities with the smual p, council will get. And I realc ? prospect of iMr. R. 1. Worth deviation on M''Donald's-trau' waited for so many years, and of which he threatened Counix. so many dire punishltents meetings ago. Mr. R. Dow track at Darnuin, I fear, n stand over until about the I Then there is Mr. Leedhame which he and 20 other rateps'. of whose names should not ha. the petition by the way), t solicitous for last meeting. Coca truthfully say they have "no p north riding is, we know, a li off ...
THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
THE DAILIES. DISTILLED.. "Very few silk hats are imported now. Price for price the colonial is as good as the Imported, but fewer tall hats are worn now than sono years ago. I don't know why:"-Extract from a hat manager's evidence betore the Tariff Board. Akn expert swimmer-JD. Muller, bootmaker, of Clifton Hill-dived into 4ft of water as Watson's baths, Port Mel. bourne, last Saturday, dislocated his spine and died on Tuesday night. ' The committee'rooms'in the under portioh of the Parliamentary Buildings at the eastern side were so hot on Tuesday morning that the Elections and Qualifica tions committee adjourned to'the room of Mr. Duffy, the clerk assistant, facing Bourke street. Even the Health Board Chairman is not proof against a form of sickness asso ciated with hot weather. Dr. Gresswell is suffering from a mild attack of English cholera. It has been raining so heavily lately along the ~ew South Wales coast that disastrous floods, like those of 1893, are feared at Newcastle. ...
CRUEL(?). [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
CRUEL (P). There was sorrow in ti home. "I shall never forI Never ; Never l" she crie. threw herself upon the sofa a: bitterly. There was a ring a:: bell. Ah, my dear mother, isi: she exclaimed, as a woman manding presence entered tln " It is I," was the answer. I find you weeping ?" I I1: cruelly treated by the mani had trusted-the man wiom a who led me to the altar." struck you ?" " Worse!" "I you? Left you to face alone ?" " Worse. Ile-h. me to meud his trousers. you?." "I refued(. Andl : horrors-I cannot tell it." my child, speak." lie l~as bicycle bloomers to the " Wretch I"
THE LOCAL GENERAL PRINTING WORKS. THE "GUARDIAN AND NEWS," QUEEN-STREET, WARRAGUL. CHARGES REDUCED TO MELBOURNE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
TIIE LOCr. GENERAL PRINTING Wonee. TIEm "GUARDIAN AND NEWS,"' ' QUEEIN-STREET, WAIRIAGUL. CHARGES REDUCED TO MELBOURNE RATES. Mr. II. R. Rogers, who is a keen fol !ower of Isaac Walton, last week suffered i severe loss, whilst on a piscatorial out ing. Mr. Rogers and one or two friends journeyed from Warragul to the Latrobe, driving thither in a light buggy, and hxving arrived made all snug for the ;:ight, picketing' the horse close to the rncvr bank. Soon after daylight, on near ing the vicinity of their halting place, to their dismay and sorrow they found the ,"::+ dead, it being apparent that he had em sly staked himself. The loss pecu z:,arily is not a great one, but Mr. Rogers r gr:.,s losing an old servant in su'ch a painful manner. :The sports to be held on the Warragul sho? ground on Wednesday next, under the auonices of the local branch of the A.N.A., promise to be of an unusually inftre.ting character. The entries for the .l:,riCapshave -filled up romarkably I well--.:t + ...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
TELEGRAMS I Victoria.--To or from any station, six words or under, dG.; each additional word 1d. ,iame and, address "'of isender and receiver is not charged. . .N.S.Wales.-Ten w.ords, ls additional iord, 3-. S. Anstralia and Tasmniaii, Ten word s.; additiorinal ord Id. Qneeni and iand WeTstern A tra s.i Ten Mords, 8i each additional `ford;8d:
OUR DOINGS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
OUR DOINGS TO DATE. A land board ,rwill l? held at Warragul on February lst. The Drouin pist .alisce will in future be closed overy day ?t-twaen the hours of 3.30 and 5p.m. Mr. J. E. Stewart, surgeon dentist, whose advertieument appears elsewhere will visit Warragul noet on February 7th. A number of elcltora! notices will be found advcrt'sed in thi:, issc:. The tender of A Sdihwidt, fr L'36 6s, for removal oi igeh!uu?s an i re-erection as stationmaster's roiitdce, at Darumin, has been accepted. Yesterday was the hoe:tt daii of the season at Warragnl, iae thermometer registoring 102 degrsc.; °: the shadle. Harvesiing op er,,tioils art, proceeding apace throughout t:h rdistrieo , and it is anticipated that with?is week or so the whole of the crop,s 'toil be stired. The. elebrated.. ola Tea, swh;ch is -fast-eclipsing otle7iicnd, cat' be- otained of D, McNeil a!ld Co., WXarragul, IA snake was Iilled ,n the footpaith iear the railway station on Wednesd sy evening by Mr. G. T.I Wood. 'The...
POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
'POSTAL IN FORIMATION. ENG;rISn MAILs CLOSE A' GENERAL PoST-OrTiCE. Parcles, 4.30 p.m. the day before steamer leaves. Registered letters, 11.30. a.m. the d~ay mail leaves. , Ordinary letters, packets and newspapers 4 p.m. day mail leaves. Intercolouial, British and foreiji Parcles Post.-Limit of weight, 11 lbs. Postal-United Kingdom, Ilbs or tinder, is. 6d.; each additional 1 lb or under, 9d. India, 1 lb. or under, is.; each additional 1 lb., 1s. Pareles are also forwarded, via London to every colony and country to which the United Kingdom sends parcels. Rates and particulars can be obtained at any post oflicee P GENERAL. Postal Rates.-l=Inland.-Letters.-Every oince, 2d.; urgent letters, 'd. additionil. Intercolonial.-atters.-Every lalfounce orunder, 2d. Psackets.-Every 2oz. or under, Id. Books and magazines.-Every 4 oz. or under, Sd, Newspapers, Id. ?P'ackets to SNew South Wales and Qneensland, containing articles of any value, must be paid letter rate. Inland Parcel Post.-Limit, 7...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
RAILWAY .TIME-TABLE'. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. D)ep. a.nm. p.m. ! p.m. Warragul .. 11 . 1.5 . 7.55 roun .. 11.21 4.50 .10 I ong -arry .. f 11 .;1 5.5-- 8.25 :run:' .. ! 11:3.315.15 :.u,2 fnartield -. 11.4 5.2 8..39 Tynong .. ! 11.2 5.0 8.6 Nar-nar-goon .. 12.0 I 540 .5 I'akenlhnm 12.9 5 9 I;eaconsfield .. 12.25 14 .20 Tcrwiek 12.:0 i 6.1 0.92 Dandenong 12.513 i.50 j.52 Galdeighl (a) i 1.16 i 7.1 - Oakliegh (d) 1.21 7.f 10.16 IIehomaim .. 1.45 1 7.52 110.40 31iET.HIOUNiE T10O WA1 RAGUL. Dep. 1 a.m a.m p.m Melbourne .. 7.50 i 11.0 4.30 Oakleigh 2.. ' 12.0 5.2 Padcnong .. 8.46 1.1 5.28 ;erwie!: .. .10 1.-2 5.5 Bcaconsfiehl .13 1.46 5.:5 P1'akthant !1.31 2.7 16.14 "ar-nar-goon .. 1.44 2.18 6.24 Tyson; . . .5 , .... 8i 32 ,Garfield . .58 2.35 6.9 lunyip . 10. 2.19 6.4 L,-ngarry .. 10.10 a.1 6.55 )roaui .. 10.23: .I 1 7.10 Warragl . 10. 3.37 7.25 W;AIIIAGUL TO T II' U'LGOO' Pep~artee. a m p.m p1m Warr?gl .. 11.8 5.45 7.50 I;loomutild .. 11.1: 5.52 7.55 Darnmn .. 11:22 ?.0 8.0 Yarngenr .. 11...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
Public Notices.' SAMUEL A. JAMES Pianoforte & Organ Tuner and Repairer. TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN. -ADDRESS- Mi. J. DOD?DS, Teacher of Music VICTORIA ST., '.\rllr.AGi L. Pianos & Organs (Leading Nakersi), Cash or Time-payment. INST:IUMENTS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. EPRESENTATIVE of W\r. H. GLEN & CO the SALE of PIANOS alid ORGANS in South Gippsland. HAIMER'S LABOR ACENCY. -0o 159 LONSDALE STREET, BNELBOURNE. T M AIMLrERS, DAIRYMEN, and other 1 -Etmployers of LABOR Can -' Supnplied.. with Firet-class Str e-anIt-No Charge-No Dlayv--by jaking theirCir reirement =own ttuc. Imrmediate ntten:ion givea. -0 HAMIER & CHESTER, General Commission Farmers' Agents, 159 LONSDALE STREET 3!ELBOURNE. GOLDFIELDS. - WEST AUSTRALIA. - --o- ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., !..?L::. Cheap Passage Rates, I Ly Exi=re-s 'assenger Stamera. Next Sailing s.s. 'TEKAI'O,' TUESDAY, 2fih. January, at 4 p.m. from Australian Wharf. M-lbourne, For Ai.an. Fremautie. takin;; I'asso.nger- :o (eraldton. North...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
Business Notice. -,. PRINGC SUMMEFR 18994. CO, !PENVED UP the very ()'V LTIES for the arc .llowing the same ---o- "cr , a', d Faerhion, F-r C n:ity ?:d Variaty, S?C h -.:, Ylat?rialsanrd Patterns, for 5te, ; g Value and Quality, F Low.:.- Possibie Prices, we iiha, ranr.e .. LINDZEIRS LANE and I:u orted DiLrn .. ALI\ OTTiER SHO WS TO'TABLY:, EF LIPSED-Facilc r'nacCps. "T* he Event of thio -Season -" "i'l conflidence,- ti:i.tcr , c ' ' tli lly Invite your ;r,uccni.E ofi the :, ilowing Leading 1.i :- '', ILLINERY DEPA~ITM ENT' t, 'ine and Coarse Straw GemI - i :mCy Straw Hats and Bonncts io iud Girls' Galateas fronm t: eachii ".'ea flowers of every kind-Roses, a\,iis, Cowslips, Osprey:; and ;\ i:gjs, &c., &c. 0 1DRESS DEPARTMENT. i-; Ick and White Clhecks spring Dress Tweeds i.:t?anene and French Serges-in all coiurs CrGtensi Satin Cloths, Cashmeres 1 ';ck and Colored Moire Silks la,:iese and Pongee, &c. ,iased Muslins, Spot and Stripe i.:ills and Hollands VW.?s...
ST. PAULS' CHURCH. ANNUAL MEETING OF GUARDIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
ST. PAULS' CHURCH. ANNUAL MEETING OF GUARDIANS. -0 The Board of Guardians of St. Paul's Church, Warragul, held their annual meeting in the Masonic-hall on Monday evening, when there was a very good attendance of parishioners. The Rev. E. D. Fethers occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed. Mr. Fethers commented on the balance of the previous year, and the year just ended, the credit balance showing £20 Is 6d more than a-st year, and congratulated the congregation on their most indefatigable labors, and looked forward to as bright results in the future. The Treasurer, Mr. J. L. Parkes, then read the balance-sheet for 1894, which showed a total credit balance of £55 15s Id. Mr. Hall moved, and MJr. Gullick seconded-That the balance-sheet be adopted, and Mr. Webb supported it. It was then put to the meeting and carried. The next business was the election of the new board of guardians, in place of the twelve retiring guardians. Meanwhile Mr,...
THE IDLE MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
THE IDLE MOMENT. (BY STEN?TOR.) We read of some of the most curious things in the daily perusal of the papers, but few more remarkable than the one which has especially attracted our attention at this juncture, when we are the recipients of a peculiarly interesting story from Albury. It appears that a certain amorous young gentleman named ' Cuffr" has been keeping company with a Miss Murray, who was one of. a family of ten children, but apparently recognis ing the greater worth of the mother, in contradistinction to that of the daughter, heartlessly forsook both his intended, and his good intentions, and brought his evil influence to bear on the delicate susceptibilities of the mother to such good account that she not only engendered a strong regard for her prospective son-in-law, but forsook her trusting husband .and ten children and, like a love-sick romantic maiden, betook herself off to an imaginary Utopia with the second _nan of her choice. Although undoubtedly there may be a v...
FOR LITTLE FOLKS. The Christmas Slelghride. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
TOR LITTLE FOLK-S The Christmas SlelEhrlde. They etarled from the old farm gats SThe happiest boys alive, With Rob, the roan, and Rust, his mate. .Anid Unclo Jack to drive. The snow was packed that Christmas time, The moon was round nd clear, And when the bells began to chime They all began to cheer. Chim, chime, chime, chime-such a merry load. Bleighing inth moonllght alongthoriverroadl TLiy passed the lonely cider mill _; tcec.ll.c;! ,ieFrx...,ji~tjOU._ _ , S- ui.l.i'i frozen heart. - eie-dli i t i every 'firmhouse gray A-',' W .irip-ictewnoir'Is ' - Chitiie. clin t';:himc, c Sa e:uch noisy .Spedii K hi-i elhomitctcdis tilu:g the rirer ,i'oad: ':'. : . .: The civer shone, an lcy sheet, As o'erthe bridge they flew;" SThir le down thq quiet villagoe street Their Crihstnms hornsithey bleh,.i t :.?' The tober people smiled andsniad,. "We'll have to give them leave " (i1o7s will be boy*:l to makc a noie, o. ,Il~ew?a it's Chrlstlas e-ve". .Chime, chime, chlme, chmne-suchi a lively Scatt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
Business Notices. SCHWEITZER'S cocoAf ;= --OarOiagul Shoeing .? f PAL- I T ."1."' Oppoaiten Poirctorlico. W G.A. ,L .I Competsirgt Weel lrght , .A tlate a' ont cate nornse WaCIllay Ia .I ro etlby, up to Uatbbil e. O i ork Vi etet iWet ,Yt. lou '.o stun bbt. e:- l t e -rF r Ski'.nxT T orlA 2K.LE 1TE Sa it Diretor o me le ar)D .L OI (late i) Collins Stretel by aughing Grli T odsbor , It & Co Boiurke-street Werst, Melbourne. HiOLD SALES EACH MON?t AY, duringO. ??,lltnthe season aroo, Wallay, 01--n u fnlrabbit. andt all other Furred Skins. dnce entrurted to their core will receive every The central position- anT eneniennT of A. WfcD. COA'ELIC. 19 E T l. IT. THE CITY DE?NTAL CO., 283 COLLINS STREELUR, OpCoYte t o.loeb r rra d , telone. A cot rTorn .ET fP TEETIr from P. Is. $!O MOS., PU fLit tIyNoGER peric e cuRlanho, ibfo t lur or epi- cK. 0. OLD _- [) : .ViLtI. E SCit. D nt LL C o. i, m. 1 OE VIST O T. I TF.et IGiuLS ety E stPU oeL by N Eting Gabs, Ctain Cornier ssee ..e etc. To...
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 January 1895
FAIRM AND DAIRY P:toDUCI: L The Fresh Food and FroSm:! Company report :--Chece.--l':'. cheese sold at 3Gd to 41. ; meldi:;w.' prime matured, 4A4 to 5d. l'otti Prime fresh at 5d to ;d. F:re prime dairies fro'm Gid to 71.!l fc lines higher; medium to good. i Gd, interior lower. Eggs-ll Bacon. - Town sides, ld to country 3d to 4d per lb. liars Sd to tid per lb ; country fromni?. lb; Beeswax, 10id. Lard.- 1t to 4d. Iloney.-Fine clear p?;u: ' d ; medium, id to 2d. Carca.e 1': 4d. per lb ; medium ;;d. 'o keys, Os to lls per pair; tec-c. Gd per pair ; fowls 2s to s 3d ps?r i ing to quality; ducks, 2s to 0s? .3?