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The A.N.A. Dinner. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
The A.N.A. Dinner. The annual dinner of the Warragul branch of the A.N.A. takes place this evening in the large dining hall of the Orient Hotel. The Board of directors will be represented by Mr. G. H. Wise of Sale, who is one of the most earnest and enorgeite of the leading men of the Association, and an eloquent and effective speaker. The Rev. Father Hallerhan, of Sale, at present located in Warragul, who is an eloquent speaker, will also address the gathering, and Mr. C. Sargeant, M.L.C., and Mr. G. J. Turner, M.L.A., will also be present. An interesting and varied programme is provided I for the evening. . The proceedings commence punetnally at 9 p.m,
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. Dep. ;a.m. p.m. p.m. arragul . 11.9 4.35 7.55 Drouin 11.21 4.50 8.10 Longwarry 11.31, .5 8.2 d ll?11.45, ;5.23 8.89 Tynong . 11.52 65.80 8.46 Nar-n~oon .. 12.0 5.40 8.54 akentWn 12.9 5.52. ,9.4 Beaconafield :*..f 12.25 6.14- 9.20 Berwick .. 12.30 6.18 9.23 Dandenong . 12.59 6.50 9.52 Oakleigh(a) .. 1.16 7.19 Oakleegh (d) 1.21 7.23 10.16 Melbounme 1.45 7.52 10.40 3IELTOTIRNE TO WARRAGUL. Dep. 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 Beaconsfild .. 9.13 1.46 5.56 Pakenham .. 9.31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goonq . 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tynong .. 9.52 2.28 6.32 Garfield .. 9.58 2.35 6.39 Bnnyip . 10.4 2.49 6.48 ongwarry, .. .. 10.10 3.1 6.65 Drouin • .. 10.23 3.21 7.10 Warragul. '.. 10.38 3.37 7.25 WABBAGBL TO TRARALGON. Departure. . a.m p.m p.I Warragul .. 11.8 5.45 7.50 Bloomfield -... 11.15 5.52 7.55 Darnum .. 11:22 6.0 8.0 Yariagon .. 11.33 6.15 8.10 Trafalgar ... 11.45 6.44 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
.Public Notices.1 - "Government Gazette" - IS BEGULABLY&lt;_FILED At the 0VIOE of thisJOURNAL and can be INSPECTED by the PUBLIC :any time during Business Hours. Orient Line of RoyalMailsteamers Q.UICKEST. Steam Route to England. Steamers leave Melbourne every fort night for Plymouth and London. LIGURIA .. 4648 tons . .. ay 11. . FABES--£15 15s to £70. *0 ling at Hobart en route from Sydney. Facilities are now afforded for bring ing out friends and relatives from London by the prepaymet of passage money. WfsT AUrfAi,.tx GOLD FIELDs.-Paosen gers Booked in all classes for Albany-the ulakest route to the fields. Reduced Rates. For further particulars apply to N. Marshall, Branch Manager 488 and 490 Collins-atreet Melbourne. Don't Be deluded. You cannot rent the vacant property by merely hanging a; card in the window.' The man who. wants to catch Dame Fortune's smile must do more than Flirt with the livelyclady. Thousands have tried it. - Hundreds are at the same game to-day, an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
Puhiblic Ntiiee. AFTER THE FIRE! -OPENED AGAIN TATTERSON, BUTCHER NEW PREMISES, Smitli-st., Warragul, Close to SKEWS & PATTERSON'S Office. Orders Received and. Executed as Usual. Scientific Dressmaking D: '. cNEIL and. CO. H AVE much pleasure' in announcing that, in response to a widespread desire, they have secured the services of MR.. TODD,. late in charge of the workroom of MIessrs. Bobson. Bussell and- Robson, of Melbourne, who will oien in our rooms upstairs. -ORDERS SOLICITED. - N.B.-SrnirCTLY Mocnsle CHARGES. D. McNEIL & CO., -Queen Street, Warragul ARRACUL SPORTS' DEPOT. THE LEADING TOBACCONIST IN' WARRAGUL. Tobaccos1 Cigars, Cigarettes, All the Best Brands in stock. TOY & FANCY GOODS, of all Descriptions. A Large. Assortuient of DOLLS Dressed end .Undressed-exceed ingly cheap. ORNAMENTS of all Designs.-soma nice CUPS & SAUCERS for Chil-' dren's Birthdays. BIRTHDAY CARDS, Etc. STATIONERY - in variety. also SCHOOL REQUISITES. Genitlemern' ar re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
tAuotioneers' Notices HEliRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - S TOCK ENTERED FOR TEE BULE RBUL AND WARRAGUL MARKETS -FRaE OF CHARGE. - YaluationsU ndertakeLn ` ,; oani jnsAiranse LocAL R25 B5155551'51vt5 0 MESSRS. WM. EHAMILTON & CO. Baln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 18Tr MAY, 1895. T TH. HAMILTON & CO. will sell by VV`publio auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock Nerses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 31sT MAY, 1895. H. BAMILTON & CO. willhold their VV. next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyone!' Livery Stables, on the aboveadate, when they will offer Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &a. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragal, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne LEONGATHA SALE. MONTHLY SALE. Thursday, May 23, At One p.m. Sharp. W M. HAMILTON &...
BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. The following are the remainder of the reports of the Buln Bumn Shire Council, held on Tuesday last, which were uinavoidably held over from last issue: HALF-HOLIDAY AT DROUIS. A petition fronim 25 business people of Dronin praying that she council would pass a bye-law proclaiming Wednesday afternoon of each week a half-holiday, providing that when a public holiday fell on any other day the shops .shall be al lowed to remaincpen on Wednesdays. The Chairman and Cr. Petschachk objected to the proposal, the former remarking that it would be unfair to people wanting to transact business on Wednesdays. Cr. Winters said there was nothing doing on Wednesdays. The Chairman: Well, let she shop keepers close if they like. Cr. Winters: All but one man will do it. It's done all over the colony. Farmers and others can take a holiday when they liked, but shopkeepers could not. Laid on the table for a month. THE SOUTH BIDINO'S FINANCES. Before. the. tenders were, opened Cr ...
"WARRAGULLIBLES." THE "DROUIN EXPRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
" WARRAGULLIBLES." THE " DROUIN EXPRESS." The Wtarragullibles are in a very distressed iitelidaf eause, in the order of its retrenchment policy, the Railway department contemplates removing.. several emyloyces from their midst. They have sprung up with the com plairit Fliit eliet i th aih'4id to work as long-as1k6'-hos eonlinuously, and have pointed out that this has resulted in one man being found asleep at his post; but the sum and,-snbstance of the- whole tinttdri'" gives in the fol lowing di p' frisk tha'ilocal corres ponden 'sirepqrt off utblic meetirg. held to discuss the situation. " It was pointed out that if men and engines are removed as proposed, the comparatively new engine-shed, which cost several thousands of pounds, would become practically useless. Over twenty familiesvpwould have to, break up their homes!'sidte the tnihip of Warragul, the dbvelopment of whicli was in ait large measure due to itsbeing made a railway centra, would receive a crippling blow. The feeling...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
Business Notices. SGWEITZER'S "LTHE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. T. T, COLQUHOUN, Seed,Grain & Chiaff Merchant (Lsre A. P. MYERS &:CO.) Napier-street; Warragul. Flower and Vegetable Seeds - nOreat Variety. SI- Horae Feed, Fowls',' Feed, Grass: Seed, Potatoes, &cc. BONE DUST-- -BONE DUST, - Al at the Lowest Possible Prices. - MRS. J. ROSS, - Queen Street, Warragul- HAS a Large and Varied Collection of STATIONERY, CHILDr.ENS' TOYS, : SCHOOL REQUISITES; Such as Book', Slates, Bags, &c.,, IIABEIIDASHERY, Cottons, Wools and Crewel Silks. Tuoe Oil Paints, and the beautiful Enamel" paints. Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFECTIONERIY. Agent for Singer's Sewing Machine and Requisites. Also Fruit and Vegetables in Season. CIIIIISTMAS and NEW. YEAR CABRDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps for Sale. - TEE3T EE. - ETH From One Guinea a Set! 'FETE METE Y MR. JOHN STEWART, ETI Registered Surgeon Dentist CET nIe u TEETHE EETH, Parade, ...
GRANNY GORTON'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
CRANNYf GORTON't ýeiffiTN DAY: Sunrd, Janlinry 21st; was a great. day in Central (Village; in the Stath of. Cblifectiountjn Aineridci 10n that: day .JMra..Jonatlhiia Goito n ,was 100 years old; ari- formally reiceived her friends, of.:niiorm hundreds-were: re-. sent.-- hch wore-hcrtbes!:-black- silk venerable lady, was- seated .,n a etm fortablo' arnmchair oiiaplatform in thi best rooim of l heir) hduse.\ Then the train of callers filed through, each and all slhakinghanids with her' " Grndiny Gorton," as she is called,. is a tiim little body and very nibble on her feet. There was niever anything ailed her, she says, and, except that her eyesight isu't quite so good asait used to be. she is as active at any ihomaid of .50. o:-. " Why has Gratinyt Gortoi-lived so long' , Why. is.she.so active no v? She'lets outfthe aecret berself when ,she-says,. -1ýtThiere.iyas.never anything' ailed e."-' .Tlihat a itanod 'allofiit. "Pople' who lie 100 years are not so very rare. The deaths of 45S su...
THE "GARDEN OF VICTORIA." GIPPSLAND AND ITS RESOURCES. LOCAL LOCALITIES DESCRIBED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
THE "CARDEN OF VIC GIPPSLAND AND ITSl SOURCES. LOCAL LOCALTIESI CRIBEl). -0---0. (Fnon ruTH Town An A h, JoORnAL,) In spite of the almost 1* difficulties inseparable frot -n in this densely tinmbered rgon the River Yarra, and extný Beaconsfield to Orboat, 1l border line, development hs ao space, and- the prodscing Pol, colong has been very centli creased by the indomitablen the pioneers-the umen who themselves in the gireat, establish homes in the prim"nair the fifties) hostile forest ofav descritied as the " Garden o So ini'ch has been written about oeploration of Strzlacki, others, to whom the colm indebted, that I shall restric this article to the devlopment t enterprises embarked pn by just now maligned, and by the inmg condemned, becannse of "arrears of rent." On the main principal centres are Daouss, WVIanIC, Traralgon, Sale and airns ,' work of. forest denndation, slow, is still proceeding. and t archs," extending. as far asr reach, standinig up thick onthb gnarled, dry, and ...
OUR FUTURE GOVERNOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 May 1895
OURFUTUREGOVERNOR Great preparations are being made for the reception of Lord and Lady Brassey, says a Melbourne corres pondent, and there is a perfect run I upon the Brassey coat-of-arms for shopkeepers and decorative purposes. The stationers are first in the field with the Brassey packet of note paper and envelopes, adorned of course with portraits on the outside. Government House is undergoing the usual renova tion, but nearly all the servants of Lord Hopetoun have quitted it, mrst of them having found other engage ments, while a few of them returned with his lordship to Bonnie Scotland. We are now in daily expectation of bearing that. as Lord. Hopetoun has now reached England he will resigh his position, and that five thousand a year he continues to draw, why it is not very clear. Apropos of our new governor, I understand he desires that his name should be pronounced not as Brassey-which is suggestive of Ameri can rolled gold and Brummagem metal -bunt as if spelled Bracy. His lo...
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
HRECEIPT; ArYZ0FFIC WARRAGUL. I. A. Calvert J. G. Horsley J. Hntchgs~qii Y:n xW i:' Hew Heitt- y .. M1. A. Mapleson J. Holder W.Rose 9CF T.: IJohnson E7BS: pencer t, R. Johns u_ J'f E Sperbeer J'gono h \8.·,mnghtt' ' ;' ; S. ChaadIler- - : G Kirl A. C, Don J. Kelly H. Fish. W.. L..Kneale. T.Gape" F.Laver ThdrpdalW . South J. Larkin; creamkery FP. t. Leimpriore, E Weeke: P. F. SM ve "M.; Mleare,.. D..fardio,:'o G. Napie2ar n, RIMoore H.W. Boulton , W.G: L'Gown.. W H.61 rdiner C. J. M'urdieo W. Beilby B. N.eill A. C.Gfoom.zL F. Newbiiry . A.Foal C. M C enzie i.. W. G. Tong, F. 'ieol 5. Iver A. JA Nicholson S. AdkinE W. O'Neill C. Adkins I. O'Neill J. Ashby R.0O'Neill P. Baker .J.-H. Potter A.Bntterworth, - H.Price G. Boairke . T. Pilkington; C. L. Bower T C. Barker" J.T. Brai grove J.E.,Rolls - D. M. Boyd W. Bitchie J. A. Boyd.. W. Rowley J. Cohen. . J . Sloan T. Caiter M. Starki T. H. Clark T. J. Sherian G. Charlton T. Smith : G. Cathciart F.H.B.lihackleford A. Erickson W. Sheffield ...
THE WARRAGUL RAILWAY EMPLOYEES. DEPUTATION TO THE COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
THE WARRAGUL RAIL WAY EMPLOYEES. SDEPUTATION TO THE COM MISSIONERIS. The proposed change in thel system of working goods trains on the Gipps land line so as. to prevent the engine drivers, firemein, and guards being kept on duty for so many hours in a day, caused a deputationifrom Warragul to i wait on the Railway Commissioners on Wednesday and place their views before them. The deputation con sisted of Cr. Anderson, Cr. Connor, Cr. Parkes, Mr D. M'Neil, and 'Mr. W. Love, and were intpoduced by Mr. G. J. Turner, M.L.A., It was urger that n any new arrangements that are made the men now living at Warragul should not be called upon to move from there, it being pointed out that.the report published, to the: effect that' i20'einmplyees were t"' be shifted, had caused-much alarm andd dissatisfaction. ' The Commissioners explaiped that no definitechange had yet been decided up6ni.; :Itt it: were fotunid necessary, for economical working, to shift men from Warragul it would have to be done...
Warragul Fern Leaf Quadrille Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
Warragul Fern Leaf Quadrille Assembly. A general meeting of the above assembly was held on Monday night at the Railway Refreshment Rooms, when there was i large attendance present, Mr. Benneott in the chair. It was decided to again carry on the socials after the successful season experienced last year. The following officials were elected: President, Mr. E. J. Fowler; vice-president, Mr. P. Walker; patrons, Messrs. Hansen, Day, M'Neil, P. Kennedy, A. Love, and Dr. Trumpy. Mr. George Storie was again elected secretary and treasurer. Committee: Messrs. Aspinall, Pettit, Bennett, Poynting. Witton, Barber, Graham, M'Lachlan, and Colquhoun. RIefreshment committee: Messrs. Kendall, Gabbe. Poynting, Pettit, Fielder, and Graham. It was also decided to hold the first social on Tuesday night, May 28th, and every alternate Tuesday, in the Skating Rink. Any person wishing to join may do so by conmmunicating with the secretary at once.
LOCAL MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
'LOCAL MIINING. The Tiflin Augur Prospecting Com pany, of Neerim,- have commenced operations, and. have already bored through about DO90 feet of basalt at the rear of Condon's farm, at Jindivick, in the hope of striking at a greater depth the lead which has been proved ¶on each. side of the Tarago. Better ground has now-been broken into, and some development is daily expected. Among those who made money in the early days of the Hawthorne Creek was a man named Id'Coll, who" until recently' lived in the vicinity of Cross over. He had £6000 in one of the bung banks in Melbourrie, the most of which he lost, and his misfortune seers to have turned his head to some extent. The man has no relations, but some friends in Melbournetcok charge of him. He, however; disap peared from their keeping recently, and they are now anxious to know of his whereabouts. M'Coll has property in one of the suburbs of the city, 'which brings a rental of £1 weekly. In the North Noojee aistrict three claims have...
Stray Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
Stray Dogs. Great complaints are rife amongst' the farmers and graziers in the neighborhood of Traralgon as to the ravages committed on sheep by stray dogs. A deputation has waited on the shire council in reference to the matter, and stated that the nuisance is so great that sheep-owners have to yard their flocks by night and watch them by day. They suggested that the Dog Act should be more strictly enforced, that every dog should be registered, and the wearing of collars made compulsory, so that in cases of damage the owners could be traced. The council has promieed to rassist the Com. plainants by all the means in their power by stringently. enlorcing thle act.
A "Pious" Councillor. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
A "Pious" Councillor. We must apologise to our readers for an act of gross forgetfulness on our part: we quite overlooked the monthly meeting of that interesting body, the Woorayl Shire Council, whose foregathering took place on Tuesday last. For our report of it, which appears in another column, we are indebted to the Leongatha "Star." However, we were not altogether un represented, for we had a little bird there, who whispers to us that the tit-bit of the meeting was a revelation by Cr. Molloy of a truly ovan"elistic spirit, which no one suspected in him. When the troublesome question of the settlement of accounts between the shires of Woorayl and Traralgon was under discussion, Cr. Molloy, to the evident enjoyment of the president, proposed- that they should appoint a day of humiliation and prayer to induce the Almighty to bring the people of Traralgon to a proper frame or mind. The other councillors, being men of less piety, refused to entertain the proposal, and so the Shire Co...
EXPORT OF TIMBER. THE REDUCED FREIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
EXPORT OF TIMBER. THE REDUCED FREIGHTS. ----0--- The agreement-between Dalgety and Co., representing the Aberdeen line of steamers, and M srs.; J.. Satiindeson and Co., the agents for the Blue Anchor, line, . and, the Agricultural deipartment' for.. the conveyance of meat, poultry,, rabbits, &e., to London has been cormipleted. Last season the department paid the P. and 0. and Orient companies O0s. per ton for the carriage of rabbits and poultry, but .under the agreement with'lf the Aberdeen'and' Blue' Anchor lines it will only pay 70s. from the 1st, pros. to the 7tlh' 'Septeinber, and '72s. Gd. from thence till the,end of May, 1606, when tli' arocement enqires. Frozen sheep and lambs are to be carried at the rate of ,d, per li. The service from June to September, commencing with the Nineveh on the 1st. pros., will be athree-weekly one, but from the'end of the latter month to the expiry of the agreement it,. will be a fortnightly one..
DR. TALMAGE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
DR.:TALMACE"ACAIN.i .ciIn one ofl Dr.iTalmage's sermons he says,t If 10 menwere to coine:-to 'you when ill with some appalling malady, itid'if hefliad tie same ilhlesss'and took a certain, miedicine, and it cured thei;' youti woild rolbably take it. Now,:suppose ten other men: were to come and say,'' "iedoh't believe ithat rthere is anythiooiAim tht' mediciib." "tWell;" 'say "have yoti tried it ?" "No,-no - Thtlreravautit "LLtt me take the testimony of the millions. of souls that lhave been converted and comforted in trial, and solaced in the same sour, in preference to the advice of .unbelievers, who have no actual experiee. We will take the' testi mony of those who have; for they are witnesses." Thousands. of the. press, the pro fession, and the mhasses in all nations are witnesses to the value and efficacy of Warnere'.SAFE Cure in the cure of liver and' kidney diseases, and if any symptoms such as furred tongue, flatulencyand indi stion, pain in the shoilder blades and in the bac...
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION. THE WARRAGUL BRANCH. INAUGUREAL ANNUAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES 1 ASSOCIATION. THE WARRAGUL BRANCH. - o--- INAUGURAL ANNUAL DINNER. -0 SPEECHES DY MR. C. SARGEANT, M.L.C., MR. G. J. TURNER, M.L.A., BEV. FATHER HALLANAN, AND OTHERS. 'The inaugural annual dinner in connection with the Warragul branch of the A.N.A. took place at the Orient c Hotel on Tuesday evening, and was7 partaken of by a company numbering close upon sixty. Mr. H. V. Hl (president of the branch) occupid the chair, and Mr. A. C. Lewis (vice- I president) the vice-chair, whilst among those present were"Mr." C.i Sergeant, M.L.O.; Mr. G. J. Turner, I M.L.A.; the Rev. Father Hallanan, and Mr. G. -H. -Wise --(of-- Sale):' Apologies were received from Mr. Peacock (Minister of Education) and 1 Mr. D. M'Neil for their unavoidable absence.' . '. An excellent spread was supplied by Mr. Kennedy, and was very 1 creditably served. The toasts of the Queen and the Acting Governor having been duly honored, Mr. IM'Naughton, in submitting the toast of Parliament, said there was...