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POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL PosT.OFFICE. Parcles, 4.30 p.m. the day before steamer. leaves. Reistored letters, 11.30. a.m. the day mail leaves. Ordinaryletters, packets andnewspapers 4 p.m;day pnail leaves. Intercolonial, British and foreign Parcles Posr.-Limit.oLt.weight, 11 lbs. Postage-United Kingdom, 21bs or under, is. 6d.; each additionsl 1 lb or under, Od. India, 1 lb. or under, is.; each additional 1 lb,; Is :. Pareles are also forwarded, via London to every colony and conntry.to which the United Kinigdom sends parcels. tRates and partiilatiscand RioF obtieidi'at any poet ofice. pe GENEIIAL. Postal Rates.-Inlind.-- Letters.-E very ounce, 2d.; urgeritletters, .6d. additional. Intercolonial.-Letters.-Everyhalfounce or under, 2d. _fjPacleets.-Every 2o0. or under, Id.. Books andmagazines.-Every 4 oz. or indei, 2d, "Newspapers, id. tPackets to New South Wales and Qneensland, containing articles of any value, must be paid letter rate. Inland Parcel.Post.-Limi...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
RAILWAY TIMETABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. Dep. a.m. p.m. p.m. Warragul .. 11.9 4.35 7.55 Drouin .. 11.21 4.50 8.10 Logwarry . 11.31 5,6.5 8.25 Bxipa ..r -11.38 5.15 ,p.32 G eld 11.45; 15.23 8.39 Tyn8ng L*1. 52 530 8.46 Nar-nahgoon ~ 12.0 i 6.40 8.54" Pnkenklm .. " 12.9 3.52 9.4 B Beaconsfeld '77 12.25. 6.14 19.20 Berauiik1 -'- 12.30 6.18' 9.23 Dandenong . 4" 12.53 .6.50 9.52 Oakleigh, (a) . ,: 1.16. . 7.19 - Oakleigh (d . 1.21 7.23 10.16 Melbourne .. 1.45 7.52 110.40 1 MELROURNE TO WARRAGUL. Dep. am am p.m Melbourneo .. 7.50 11.50 4.30, To Oakleigh .. 8.22 12.30 5.2 Dandenong .. 8.46 1.15 5.28 Berwick .. 9.10 1.42 5.52 Beacons6eld .. 9.13 1.46 5.56 - Pakenham .. 9.21 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goon .. 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tynong .. 9.52 2.28 6.32, Garfield .. 9.58 2.85 6.89 Bunyip . 10.4 2.49 6.48 Longwarry . 10.10 3.1. .6.55 Drouin . -.. 19.23 3.21 .7.10 Warragul %, 10.38 3.37 7.25 WAR.a8G5L TO ThAEALGON. Departunre. a.m p.m ji m Warraguf -.:.. 11.8 5.45 '7.50 Bloomfield . 11.15 5.52 .7.55 Darnum ...
FLAX MEMS. A MILL AT CRANBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 17 May 1895
FLAX MEVIS. A MILL -AT CRANBOURNE. -0 Although there was a good attend ance at the flax meeting held at War ragul on Wednesday night the proportion of farmers was not so large as'was anticipated, "This is always the case in Warragul and judging by the experiences of Mr J. L. Dow, Warrsgul is no exception to the rule. When lecturing here a few months ago on the cheap money question, Mr, Dow was commiserated with by a gentleman present on the exceedingly small attendance of farmers.. " Oh," replied the lecturer, * I never expect to address the fariners direct, they never turn up at meetings Ialways talk to the representative of the local paper and get at them through its columns. If my speech is reported I don't care whether 1 have an audience or riot, for my experience has led me to the conclusion that the farmer relies on. his paper for reports of all these meetings. He can then sit down and digest it at leisure." Perhaps this accounts for the absence of many of our local farmers- f...
THE UNWISE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
Otne day when b esn down low Deep gloonimsat onamerehaur; ebion And dark as midnight was the 3w . That merchant .aw a dreadful sight By Ifay'sdi -a?d- lurid light';" He thought pe,saw the sheriffright' SAmong his stock of finery" Ah I sadder yet his fears will rise, ; Ah I deepek yet will lie his. sighs; Ahi lnouder yet will sound his cries Unless he advertise. Now, all who would a lesson learn, Look' closely, and you will discern TFhat advertising will return , Like b~ead upon the waters. |The WnlsAeu. GuAnDrsw andsYAsnAon and Tawr.o n Exraxss ;offer exception ally good terms to advertisers., SECRET S0cIETIxEs, both of a harmless and harmful kind, are more numerous in this country than 'people beleive. Some are merely foolish, and may be safely left alone, -unt' othesre are a real danger to the community. The members of the latter so. sieties'are ,motlyforei gner, outlaws fr"nm their own land, the riffraff of the Can tinent.' Now if we,are to enjoy a' healthy" national life these f...
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
:+- --+ +- ++-+-+ RECEIPT A DJqUOFFICE. WAbRRAGUL. J. Cowan ( eid ".... M. A. Calvert J. G. Hersley M.' . uEnthesbn W. Hedwitt' A. Hutcheson , CI;Hoblde2' M. A. Mapleson .. 3. Holder - W. Bose: .r T. 4. Johnson E. S. Spencer. R. BJohilison J. S. 8encer, J. Keogh A. Wright L W.. lly?;;,, S. Chandler ...' . E. G, 'irkland A. C, Don J. Kelly H. Fisah: W. L. Knele T. Gapes F. S. Laver, Thorixale South J. Larkin,. Creamery F. R. Lempnriere E. Weeks P. F: S;. u?gave M. MulIcare D. M3idie: G. Napir - . R. Mfore' H. W.'Befinlri W. GU M'Gown W. H. Gardiner. 0C.J. M'Murdie W. Beilby H. Neill. A. C.'Grooii- F.Newbu rr F. A. Foxall O. M'ikenle W. G. Tong . F. Nicol: l S. Laver.. A. .;.Niaholson 8. Adkins, W. O'Neill C. Adkins M. O'Neill J. Ashby R.O'Neill P. Baker JH. Potter A. Bntjerworth: HPhidiel G. Bourke T. Pilkirgtoin C. L. Bower T. G. Parker. J. T. Bransgrove J. E..Rolls " D. MI. Boyd W. Ritchied J. A'. Boyd W.'owley J. Cohen , J. Sloan : T. Carter M..Stark=' T. M. Clark' T, J. Sheridan ...
WARRAGUL COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
WAR RAGUL COUNTY COURT, A sitting of ihe Warragul County Court will be opened this morning. The list of cases entered for hearing is the smallest recorded since the institution of a court at 'Y.ag;gul some 15 years ago, ~o iAclud1es the followin :--_ " UNDER I60 : M'Intosh v. Birioe, £17 Os 9d. Curran v. Shire of Traralgon, £87. Edmonds v. Bilson andothers, £49. Edmonds v. Farrell and others, j49, £iOQ qn VPHWAsns: olla...4 pros. v, MI'Pherson, £108 14s 4d. INsOLYENOV : Alex.. M'Kinnon, applies for certifi cateof discharge.
THE A.M.P. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
THE A.M.P. The report of the above institution, which appears on our front page --has received very favourable-notices from all the leadisig papers; Ani institution which has solid-assets amounting to £18,000,000"is unquestionably a great financial factor. The reporttshows that the new business for the year 1804 amounted to" £2,810,010,- but"` is hardly neccessary to say that against this sum has to be' placed a ,large amount representing : claims, surren ders, and forfeitures. The payments to policy-holders for the year reach a tutal of over £1,010,000, the society thus paying dut nearly- £20,000 per week in the cause of providence. The income fell little short of two millions sterling, . and after deduction of all disbursements, and .reserves,, over £180,000 was added to acehumilated funds. The directors have..carefully inspected the-securities of the society and-havi set apart -£225,168 out of a surplus of the year in anugmentation of the reserve for depreciation :of -secur ities...
PROSPECTING TOUR IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
PROSPECTING TOUR. IN VICTORIA. [BY BENGALEE.] Now that more attention is being paid to an industry that is already too much neglected, a few lines giving an account of a short prospecting tour in Victoria may be of interest. The industry alluded to is mining. Many people rush off to the ends of the earth in their search for gold, while the same amount of energy displayed and money spent in Victoria, for instance, would repay them better and help to dispel the present depression many people are coiplaining about. Having spent five or six years prospecting and working on several gold fields in West Australia, where many many people are now flocking, I have not the slightest hesitation in stating, even from what I have seen of only a very small portion of the auriferous country in Victoria, that there is a better opening.for the investment of capital than in the sister colony. Some time ago, having nothing particular to do in Melbourne, I ACCEPTED TiE OFFER of a small syndicate to proc...
GOSSIP FOR THE LADIES. Melbourne, May 18th, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
GOSSIP FOR THE LADIES, :: (BY DArns). Melbourne May 18th, 1895, For this time of the year the weather is beautiful and balmy, and the gardens about' Melbourne and suburbs are look. ing more like spring than anything else, as bulbs of all descriptions are now peeping above the ground, but I fear the frost will tell a sad tale before long. Everything is quiet about town and although the Queen's Birthday is coming round once again, the gaietis at Government House will not be enjoyed owing to the death of Mr. F, J. S. Stephens, father of Lady Madden which took place on Friday evening last. The theatres are always patronised this time of the year, especially if there is a good piece on. At the new Princess " In Town " has taken very well, and has now entered on the second week. It is a very brilliant play, and playgoers seem to enjoy it very much, as the houses are generally very good. At the Bijou Theatre Mr, Frank Clarke's new company com. menced a season on Saturday night last with a ...
Market for Warragul. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
Market for Warragul. We are requested to draw attention to the advertisement of Messrs. Matthews Bros. and Plummer, who have decided to establish a weekly market in Warra gul. The first will be held to-morrow, when all kinds of produce will be offered for sale, including vegetables, butter, eggs, cheese, etc.. Live stook will also be offered including cattle, horses, pigs, sheep, etc. Farmers and others having produce, etc., to dispose of, can enter it up till the day of sale. Things can be bought privately as well as by auction.
FLAX MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
FLAX MEMS. The farmers must bestir themselves at once if they intend growing flax and applying for the bonus this season. This is the 21st of May. Only 10 days, therefore, remain during which the bonus can be applied for. In other words, if a farmer intends cultivating flax and neglects sending in his appli cation for the bonus by the end of the present month he will get no bonus at all. Every intending grower should therefore, forward his application at once so as to be on the safe side. Flax growers need have no mis givings as to the possibility of finding a market for the fibre. The reports in the Press concerning the movement at Warragul have led several firms to inquire whether arrangements have yet been made for the disposal of the I fibre. Seeing that the seed has not even been sown it looks as though there is likely to be sharp competition for the Gippsland product. The possibility of the fibre being unmarket able is altogether too remote to be seriousiy entertained. Messrs....
Receipt and Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
Receipt and Pay. The following accounts are lying at the Receipt and Pay Office, Warragul: B. Burns, P. Bellingham, W. Cousins, F. A. Carlsson (8), A. Cain, J. Clarke, J. Ducey, H. E. Farrell, E. Frost, G. Hodges, 'J. F. Joyce, D. Jones, R" Jolly, T. Kelleher, P. Kinnane, Leggo Bra. C. Leach, T. J. Lonergan, N. O. McGuirk, T. M'Low, L. Millar, A. Mackenzie, F. J. MacNamara. J. E. McMahon, W. Manton, F. Moore, L. Paul, R. Paterson, W. Rhoden, W J. Robers, 3. Scott, W. S. Uridge, J. W Williams.
GRANNY CORTON'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
: GRANNY-GORTON'S BIRTH DAY. ,:Saturday, January 21st; was a great day in Central Village, in the State of Connecticut, in Americs. On : that day: Mirs.-Jonathan' Gortdn was 100 sent.' She wore her best blick silk gown, with a rose in the bodice. The venerable lady was seated in a com fortable armchair on a platform in the 'best. room of her house.. :Then the train of callers filed through, each and all shaking hands with her. "Grasiny Gorton," as she is called, is a trim little body and very nimble on her 'feet. There was never anything ailed her, she says, and, except that her eyesight isn't "quite so good as it used to.be,.s'he isas active as any woman of 50. ""Why: has Graniny Gorton lived' so 'lonig ? Why: is::she ?so- active now? She lets oii the' sedret herself , when she says,. "'There was never anything ailed me."- That's it, -and all of it. '?Peopriwhodlive'100 years are not so.very rate.' The-de tls. of 45 suich were reported last 'yea in" England- 221 men-snd'.28 .wpn?en...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
S FOOTBAL. L..' Melbourne beat , Essrii~ii, 5 goals 10 behinds to 8-goals 6 behinds. Fitzroy beat Sont'l .Melbourne, 8 goals 12 behinds to 2 goals 9 behinds... Geelon bea' ' 'Port Melbourne -beat North Mel bourne, 5 goals 1 behind to 4 goals 6 behinds. Carlton beat'Riehmond, 7 goals 10 behinds 1 goal 9 behinds. ' Collingwood beat St.:Kilda 6 goals 8 behinds to goals 5 behinds.
MASONIC SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
MASONIC SOCIAL. The first of a series of socials in connection with the Gippsland Forest Lodge of Freemasons was held in the Masonic Hall, Warragul, on Friday night, and was unanimously pro nounced a great success. The room had been decorated by Bro. D. E. Small, P.M., with exceeding taste and care, and consequently presented a bright and enticing aspect. There were about sixty present, and at the commencement of the proceedings the company were welcomcd by the Worshipful Master-Bro. C. J. Jones -who expressed his pleasure at the presence of such a pleasing gathering, and subsequently congratulated Bro. G. J. Turner, P.M., on the distinction recently conferred upon him by the Grand Lodge, in appointing him to the important position of Assistant Director of Ceremonies. Bro. Turner, who was attired in the rich gold. embroidered regalia of his exalted office, suitably acknowledged the compliment, and then the programme was entered upon with all the spirit that the dance calls forth. Mr...
A RAILWAY TO WALHALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 May 1895
A RAILWAY TO WALHALLA. Sia,-What has become of the proposal mooted some few years ago, of a railway from Neerim to Walhalla ? I don't profess to know if such a line is practicable but I do know that such a suggestion was made in all seriousness not very long ago by parties who know quite well what they were talking about, Everybody knows or ought to know, that such a line would open up a lot of valuable country both for saw-milling and agriculture, not to mention the vast area of almost virgin auriferous country. and the distance is not a serious obstacle and we have always understood that the ultimate terminus of the Neerimline was either Walhalla or the Yarra valley. The residents of lioe are again indulging in their periodical spurt about the coveted line to Walhalla, and the correspon dent of the ' Age" makes a rather serious threat which is calculated to move the Minister of Railways into immediate action. He is told by this imaginative correspondent that if the Government does...