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THE WARRAGUL RAILWAY STAFF. STATEMENT BY THE COMMISSIONERS. A FEW MEN ONLY TO LEAVE. A QUESTION OF ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895
THE WARRAIUL RAILWAY STAFF. STATEMENT BY THE COM MISSIONERS. -o-- A-FEW MEN ONLY TO LEAVE. ----0 A QUESTION OF ECONOMY. The latest information to hand con corning the reported intention of the LRailway -Commissioners to remove some twenty railway officials an their famalies from Warragnl to Melbourne is that they have practi cally decided to adopt an alternative scheme which will provide "and intermediate station for changes of staff and will not necessitate the transfer from Warragal of more than three or four men. The commissioners are giving their attention to the reorganisation. of the -. system of working the goods trains and acknow 'ledge that the - present method by which enginedrivers firemen, and guards are on duty for nearly 16 hours at 'a stretch is unsatisfactory. As the service is worked now, one section of the men live' at Melbourne and another at Warragul, and they retirn to their starting station before coining off duty, and in ons way this is convenient for the men ...
BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 10 May 1895
BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL A meeting of the Buln Buln Shire Council was held on Tuesday, and was attended by Cr. Bookless (in the chair); and Crs. Aikman, Currie, Hogan, Stewart, Petschack, Winter and Murray. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; CORRESPONDENCE &nbsp; &nbsp; From Joseph Dowey, Neerim, re- &nbsp; plying to the council's letter, and affirming that J. J. Barr has caused logs to be deposited on the main Neerim road. Writer further stated that the complaint made by him did not constitute the whole of Barr's en- croachments on the road, and that the council was now actually having to pay for some of it.-Mr. Barr stated he never put one log on the road. Mr. Beamish's fence was on the road and &nbsp; what he did was to put timber which was on the shire road in a more convenient position.-The Secretary asked why he did not answer the council's letter.-Mr. Barr: Because there is no use in writing letters. I prefer an intervie...
THE UNWISE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
THE UNWISE MERCHANT. One day when business ran down low Deep gloom sat onamerchant ebrow And dark as midnight was the low Of thoughts revolving rapidly. That merchant saw a dreadfulaight By fanoy's dim and lurid light; He thought he saw the sheriff right Among his stock of finery. Ah I sadder yet his fears will rise, Ah deeper yet will be his sighs; Ah louder yet will sound his cries Unless he advertise. Now, all who would a lesson learn, Look closely, and you will discern That advertising will return Like bread upon the waters, -The WARRAoTn L GO ADIXK ndYaARooxO and TEARALoA. EXPRESS [offer exception. ally good terms to advertisers.] SECRET SOCIETIES, both of a harmless and harmful kiad,. are. more numerous in this country than people beleive. Some are merely foolish, and may be safely left alone, but others are a real danger to the community. The members of the latter so cieties are mostly foreigners, outlaws from their own land, the riffraff of the Con tinent. Now if we are to e...
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
'RECEiPT. HD PAY OFFICEG -4- WAaBAGUL. r; CENSES. T. Cowan . Henloy' -' M.A. Calvert J. G..Horley,, .J. Ht.heson W. He*itt -A' -A.nthlioion C. Holder M. A.-Mapleson J. Holder W. Rose T. M.Johnson E. B. Spencer : . Johnson J. 8. Spencer,. J. Keogh A. iigt W.\!ely. S. Chandler E. G. Kirkland A. C, Don J. Kelly . H. Fih W.;L. Kneale. T. Gapes F. S. Laver Thorpdale SSouth J. Larkin. . Creame, F. R. Lempriere E. Weeks. P. . S. Musgrave, 3M Mulcaro D..Murdaie G. Napier R- . Moore H. W:Bonulton W G. M'Gown W. H. Gardine - C. J. M'Murdie W. Beilby H. Neill , A. C Groom F. Newbry F.'A. Foall C. M'Kenzie W. G. Tong F. Nicol 8. Laver ) A. J. Nicholson S. Adkins W.- O'Neill C. Adkins M. O'Neill J. Ashby R. O'Neill P. Baker J. H. Potter A. Butterwiorth' H. Price . G. Boarke T. Pilkington O. L. Bower T. C.Parker J. T. Bransgrove J. E. Rolls D. M. Boyd W. itchie . J. A. Boyd W..Rowley J. Cohen J. Sloan T. Carter M. Stark T.M. Clark T. J. heridan G. Charlton T. Smith G. Cathcart F.H.B.Shackleford A...
A MAMMOTH INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
A MAMMOTH INSTITU,. TIQIN. - ,Y An institutioni >whici' has' solid, assets amountni' toi £18,000,o000 is unquestionably a great financial factor And when such a sum is the aggregate of life insurance premiums, -after deducting the claims falling, due during 46 years as well as the expense of- conducting the business, strong testimony is borne to the thriftinessof the public. Magnitude must always be impressive, and therefore. the annual statement of assets for the year 1894 of the Australian Mutual Provident Society. : It is, moreover, essentially federal, for, like the Union Bank of Australia, it is strong in every member of the Australian group The great success 'achieved by-- the society is due principally to , its being first in the coloniil' field, and to be first is an obvious 'advantage.. 'Bt iti has also been guided for, many years byti'disonidest principles, and it has been economically administered.. The report shows that the new business for the. year 1894 amounted'. t...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, MAY 14TH, 1895. A Plain Talk with the Farmer. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
- - THE WITH WHiICH IB ICOBPORATED lth e wg` t'rFagjui 'tus;, TUESDAY, MAY 14tH, 1805. A 'Plain Talk with the Farmer. TiH importance of the issues involved must be our excuse for again urging the local farmers tb appear in force at the public meeting to be held in the Masounic Hall to-morrow night, Upon the results of that meeting will largely depend the success or failure of the effort to float the West Gippsland Flax Scutching and Oil Extracting Company, Limited, the object of which is to establish a mill in the district and thus encourage a rapid development of the industry in our midst. It is scarcely necessary to harp upon the oft-repeated assertion that the time has arrived for the farmer to launch out in new direc tions and cease to confine himself exclusively to the unprofitable crops of the past. Changed conditions require changed methods. If the Gippsland farmer finds that the cultivation of potatoes fails to yield a remunerative return, it is time he began to review his p...
TURF AND FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
TURF AND FIELD. A genial boniface at Morwell knows " thing or two" witlhout a doubt. Some time ago he started a com petition for the largest fish caught this season, the fish of course to' be' left with him, and offilers a guinea prize to the winner. -Lord knows how many he has received by this time, but if he does not get his guinea's worth-and a good deal more as interest-we will be much mistaken, A local " sport" sent a fish along a short time back, and put some shot in itto increase the weight. Boniface, however, was not to be had in this way, and he re turned word that the fish must be " angled," not shot the latter disquali fying entries. An interview with T. Richardson was published last week. The Surrdy bowler declared that George Giffen was a great batsmen, and that Iredale, Darling, Albert Trott, and Clem. Hill were most promisming players. Stoddart and Brown concurred in this opinion. Mr. Alex. T' Pearson, of Gippsland, son of the late Hon. William. has a 12.1 pony by Fry...
Wesleyan Local Preachers Association—Gippsland Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
Wesleyan Local Preachers Association-Gippaland Branch. A meeting of the above branch was held at Warragul, in the Wesleyan Church, on Wednesday evening last, when there were present:-The Hon, D. Ham. M.L.C.. President, and Mr. N. Wimblo, Vice-president, of the Association, and Messrs. Giblett, Holmes, Caunter, Rutherford, E. O. Jones. The Revs. A. Gifford (Drouin), E. Nye, (Thorpdale) and A. P. Bladen, (Warragul), and several visitors were also present. Tea was provided mn the schoolroom by Meedames C. J. Jones, Hillard and Caunter. The first business meeting of the branch was held in the church at 8 o'clock. The Hon D. Ham addressed the meeting and spoke of the importance of the work of the local preachers as evidenced by the fact that they preached to 50,000 people on an average every Sunday. He also presented the charter of the new branch* Mr. Wimble read and explained the rules of the association and enlarged on the benefit - derived from it and gave illustrations of the help th...
EXTRACT FROM A TRADESMAN'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
EXTRACT FnoI31 A TRADESMANS LETTER: "Am very pleased with Circulars and Cards...They show much better work manship than some I had done in Melbourne a few months ago, and are cheaper...Please send quotations for Billheads." "GUAsRDI.s" PntsGxo WonRKS, QUEEN STREET, VARRa.GUL. ON'T send to Town for your Printing Support local industry. All descrip tions of Printing done at the "Guardian' Odffice, in a superior manner and at reasonable prices,
Receipt and Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
Receipt and Pay. The following accounts are lying at the Receipt and Pay Office, Warragnl: B. Burns, P. Bellingham, W. Cousins, F. A. Carlsson (3), A. Cain, J. Clarke, J. Ducey, H. E. Farrall, E. Frost, B. Gregg (2), G. Hodges, J. F. Joyce, D. Jones, B. Jolly, T. Kelleher, P. Kinnane, C. Leach, T. J. Lonergan, N. O. McGuirk, T. M'Low, L. Millar, A. Mackenzie, F. J. MacNamara. J. Meade, J. E. McMahon, W. Manton, F. Moore, G. Notman, (2) W. O'Neill, J. J. O'Neill, L. Paul, R. Paterson, W. J. Roberts, R. M. Smith, J. Scott, Dr. Trumpy, W. S. Uridge, J. W illiams.
Elector's Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
Elector's Rights. Now is the time for those whose names are not already upon the Electoral Rolls to take out Electors' Rights. The 1st of June is the last day upon which these aro issued for inclusion in the Supple. mentary Rolls then compiled.. All qualified persons should therefore attend to this matter at once, as no one can tell when a General Election may take place' Rights can be obtained on application to the Electoral Registrars, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily. Those males who have reached the age of twenty.one years-are British born, or naturalized Subjects-have resided in the colony since 81st December 1893, and in this Electorate ifor the three monthls immediately preceding the date of their application, are qualified. It is advisable for eachl person applying to providehsmself wish a sispcssssy stamp which must be iltiied to thie liight when issued by the Electoral Registrar.
BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. HALF-YEARLY STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
BANK. OF NEW. SOUTH WALES. EALF.YEAitLY STATEMENT. 0----- The half-yearly statement of accounts,-to 81st March, of the Bank of New-i S6uth Wales appears in our advertisiing columns. The icsition of the bank says the " Argus" is one of extraordinary strength. for against the liabilities to note-holdersand depositors amounting to £18,087,777, the cash assests (inclusive of Government securities) present the large total of £6,785,511, or say over 571 per cent., or 7s Od in the £1. This is certainly security in a high degree. Of course thefe is another side to the question, viz., the loss attendant upon keeping a great deal of money idle. But banks have before all things to main tain an impregnable position, and if times demand the accumulation of large reserves, no hesitation should be shown in increasing the cash holdings. This condition, coupled with the equally important one that no loan should be granted by banks expecting upon really interest-bearing securities, is at the root of ...
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
f "PUNCJJKIKNGS IBisinirck claitie' that bht linad not had t eiit -four"ii6uid o htf!ioiipiness throagliout~ftieiwliofe of ,slife ,And yet, ue behlieve lie' hd ' .as "ink an .pniornous, quantity of lager beer. ar .:.~·`':. '_t~ ~d'f~e 5 It is a remarkable thing, that when Mr. Justice -- 'Beckliett last week delivefed cgihitf'ihi =tliea e of corset,-ii d ` s gave _ama geB for'"the plaintiff, isobody moved for a:," stay." In a case of such a curious nature, one would haver thought that learned couris'el would almost have been justified id inoving fora pair of stays. ;Japan's excuse fi r efusingto coinply Aithi -Rssii'sd deiands "tstinhat her people ar4 so.-miad with victory that the Mikadio iad his' Government can't hold, them -andi arevolution would follow upon kny abaudionmient of the spoils Of nwar br an', action derogatory to. Japan'sn prestige.,.nFancy; little Japan ad dressingtne mighty Muis ovite in.this mniannef I' ·Itireminds' ·zie of Little' Bailey t' addrels "to' Jonas Chli...
OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish it to be understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish it to be understood that we do not necessarily nphold the views expressedbycorrespondents under this heading. PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. SIR,-Everybody should be acquainted with the aim, object and woiking of the Victorian Society for. the protection of animals. The very name of the society explains itself and calls for the help end sympathy of all whoireaversetothe abuse and ill-treatment that, is too often the lot of a large proportion of the dumb creatidon. With the approach of winter we have numerous appeals on behalf of our fellow creatures distress, and to whom a prac tical and generous sympathy is shown, and we now ask on behalf of our dumb friends and workers, for a share of that practical sympathy that is absolutely necessary for the successful working of the society. This appeal is wade more urgent in consequeoce of. the reduction of the Government grant, and it is absolutely necessary that our list of aubsbribers be increased All...
BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. AGGREGATE BALANCE SHEET, MARCH 31st, 1895 [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
LATK " OF NETW SO'YTFI T WAALZaE. " AGGREGATE "BALANCE SHEET, MARCH 31st, 1895.` ;;;.; :: . :·.· 1ABILITIES. Notes in circulation .. £763,318 0 0 Deposits and accrued intcrest 17,274,459 11 0 £18,037r717711 6 BillsPayable and other Liabilities (which include eserves held for Doubtful Debts and Amount at Credit of Officers' Fidelity Guarantee and Provident Fund) . 3,598,20 9 2 Paid-up Capital B3earingcmonths' Dividend .1,764,620 0 0 Bearing5 months' Dividend. from Nov. 1., 1894. 54,500 0 .0 Bearing interest at 6% to May slet, 1895 . 18.180 0 0 ý 1,837,300 0 0 ReserveFand .. .. 1,158,072 2 0 Profit and Loss .. .. .. 112,015 15 5 3,107,38717 5 £24,744,085 18 1 Contingent Liabilities Outstanding Oiedits and IEndorsements, as per . Contra' . .. -192,455 311 £24,936,541 2 0 ASSETS. Coin,Bullion&CashB alances £5,724,802 7 5 Government Securilies .. 749,254 09 3 Municipal & Other Securities 55;000 0 0 Queensland Treasury Notes.. 121,670 0 0 Notesof otherBanks . .. 11,361 '. ...
CONCERT AT YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
CONCERT AT YARRACON. The annual concert and ball in con nestion with the Roman Catholic body hero took place on Friday evening last, and resulted in an undoubted success, both from a musical point of view and also financially. Mr. Mahoney, the secretary, no doubt spared no pains to make the affair as successful as possible, and the result must be very gratifying to that gentle man. M1r. J. Dodds, of Warragul, assisted by several members of the Glee Club, contributed in no small degree to the evening's entertainment, and Mr. J,: Campbell, of Allambee, the chairman, who fulfilled his duties in an acceptable manner, spoke tin eulogistic terms of Mr. Dodds and the visitors from Warragul. The following programme was successfully gone through :-Overture' Miss Sanders; part song, " To all you ladies now on land," Glee Party Misses Storie, Kew, Carter, and essrs. Love and Hancock); song (comic), ".Never More" (encore), Mr. Morse; song, "We'd better bide a wee," Miss Storie; song, " Tell her...
YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
YARRAGON. (FROMs OUR OWN CORRIESPONDENT.) The present Autumn, since its advent has been simply superb from a graizer's point of view. The pastures grew apace from the beneficial effect of warm sunny days and occasional showers, but I fear a change is coming oe'r the scene, for the white frosts are gradually becoming more severe, so that the date cannot now be far distant when winter in all its severity will be with us, with winter rains, storms, and cheerlessness. The Roman Catholic Social i as held in our local Mechanics on Friday and as you had a representative of your journal present I hiave no doubt you will give them a good report. To their credit I may state, that this religious denomination here have run their socials,jconcerts, etc. on very pleasant lines indeed, all parties freely assisting in aniything that pertiains to the general welfare of the several denomi nations, a state of things that seems to indicate that the-proposed union of the churches may become an establish...
Drowned in a Cattle Pit. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
Drowned in a Cattle Pit. A sad fatality occurred near Dronin on Sunday, when a child named Ernest Reuben Colley, whose father is a line repairer and lives at the gatehousee about a mile the other side of Dr uin, fell into the cattle pit close by and was drowned in two feet of water. The little follow was only two years old and was pro bably playing roundabout the pit when he fell in and lost his life.
Presbyterian Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
Presbyterian Sunday School. The anniversary services in connection with the Warragul Presbyterian Sunday. school, were celebrated on Sunday and were conducted by the Rev. W. S. Rolland. The building was prettily decorated with flowers and greenery. At the morning service the rev, gentleman directed his sermon especially to tihe children and based hie remarks on " the loving-kindness of God," whilst in the afternoon he talked to them again in a very attractive manner on ideas supplied by the little word "Look." At this service the scholars were present from the Wesleyan Sunday-school, and there were also a number of adults in attendance. Special hymns were song by the chlildren and Miss lolton presided at the organ. In the evening Mr. Rollaud preached again and took as the subject of his remarks the incident of Christ before Pilate, delivering an impressive and interesting discourse. The Warragul Half-holiday Football club will play the Brandy Creek club at Warreguli to-morrow.
"6d to 9d." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
"6d to 9d," The sixpenny telegram has been done away with in Victoria, and in future the minimum charge for messages sent over the telegraph lines will be 9d. The number of words which may be trans mitted for the higher minimum is nine, while the name and address of the person to whom the message is sent, and the signature of the sender will be allowed to go free as before. In the body of the. telegram id will be charged for every additional word over the nine. Mr. G. J. Turner, M.L.A.. has arranged for the deputation of Councillors and others to wait upon the Railway Com missioners in reference to the removal of the employees from Warragul, to morrow afternoon at 8 o'clock. Mr. Morrell,.of Morwell, states that lie was well satisfied with the pigsthat came forward for the truck he sent to Melbourne from there last month, the number being no less than 188. A telegram received by the Mines department on Saturday stating that the Calyx drill working at Jumbunna had pierced another seam...