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WARRAGUL PRESBYTERIAN SABBATH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
WARRAGUL PRESBY TERIAN SABBATH: ' SCHOOL. A iost successful" social" in connection with the above was held in the Masonic hall on Wednesday evening last. The hall was beantifully decorated with bunting and the ever-welcome tree-ferns and flowers. There was a crowded attendance. Games of varied character were fully engaged in by all, whilst at intervals, music, both vocal and instrumental, was rendtred, those taking part being the MIsses Halfhide, L. Half. hide andlBolton, and Messrs Craddock, Hancock, and E. Bolton. MIr. W. U. Gibson rendered a recitation which was well delivered entitled " Lochinvar" The greatest enthusiasml was mallnifested and all present (who came from far and near) testified to the greatness of'tlheir enjoyment. 1Messrs Auderson, Symonds, Myers, McCulloch, Blacker, Mann and others cheerfully lent their aid to make the affair a success; ably assisted by the ladies, who during the evening. provided tea and cofiTeo with a most liberal upply of eatables. The procee...
Ayrshires. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
Ayrahires. The division of milk cows of the best known breeds seems to be as follows: Jerseys for butter, Holsteins for cheese and Ayrshires for both milk and cheese. The Ayrshire is probably the best cow for the dairyman who supplies milk to city customers. She gives a great quan tity of milk, and is not such an immense feeder as the Holstein. The cow in the picture gave 8,000 pounds of milk in 10i months. One ac customed to cows would know at a glance at her immense udder that shabe would be a famous milker. A large, well formed udder and fine hair are the two surest signs of a good milker. Ayrshire batter, however, is rather pale, and needs to be colored. The Ayrshire thrives and is very popu lar as a dairy cow in a hilly, moderately cold climate, though there is no reason to sappose she would not do well else where. She is the "old reliable" in New England and the middle states. Ayr shires are easily kept, are hardy and ex cellent breeders, producing calves till they are 20 year...
ANIMAL INTERESTS. WHOLESALE SACRIFICE OF RANGE CATTLE IN THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
WHOLESALE SACRIFICE OF RANGE CATTLE IN THE WEST. Some L ang-ag Whieh Is Pl?n on This bojecat-- ot E?ough Cows in the United States to Poduees Steer Crop That s Sadocent fo- the Demand. Any person who has had access to the market reports contained in any of the papers published throughout the coun try during the last four years knows that the marketing of cattle has been something wonderful. They know also that cows and calves have been forced on the market, and if the result has not been a reduction something is wrong. Any person who has been connected with the range business knows that the object was a reduction or sacrifice of cattle, as it was no longer a profitable thing to run range cattle at the ruling price, which has dropped lower and lower because of an overcrowded market. Now if this wholesale sacrifice whichl has been going on since '86 has not re sulted in a reduction it is one of the seven wonders. Cattle holdings are not increasing in this country; on the contrary, the...
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
MAILS 'CLOSE AT 'WARRAGUL FOR Melbourne, twice daily, at .10.15 a.m. and -7 p.. ; travelling post, 11.10:i.mw and 7.60 p.m. Sale and lairnsdale, twice daily, 10.15 n.m. and 7 p.m.; travelling post, 10.55 a.m. and 7.50 p.m; " .' . :Neeriw, Neerim South and Rokeby, daily, 12 noon. Lardner--Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri. days, 11.15 a.m.
LIVE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
L1\'E STOCK RlEP'ORT. Fat C'attl.--1730 yalded oil \'ednesday, colmprising 130 from New South Wales, 850 from North-Eaistrn district, 650 from Gippsland, 30 frou the Westwa.rd, and re maindcr ',roum North-Western district and paddocks near town. Quotations :-l'rime pens of bullocks, from £7 10s to £5i IS2 (d; odd (bea.ts to £10 15s ; good do., from £5 135 to £0 15s; second and lighter, froml £4 10s to £5 10s ; prime pens cows, from £4 12 to £5 7s lid.. Don't expect an advertisement to boar fruit in one night.
OUR LETTER BOX. WHOSE WORLD IS THIS? (TO THE EDITOR). [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
OUR LETTER BOX. WHOSE WORLD IS THIS ' (TO THE EDITOn). Sml,-Your correspondent, " Con Amore," appears to infer from your reference to Messrs. Strong and Tucker that those gentlemen deem this " the bestof all possible worlds." So far from this being the case they are working with might and main in their endeavor to lessen the misery and wretchedness that so sorely beset the masses of the people in town and country. I will not here raise the question as to the wisdom of the methods adopted by these clerical philanthropists. But no main who understands the nature and extent of their efforts to relieve suffering humtuity can doubt that they are the stamp of nien invoked by." Con Amore " to remedy the evils depicted in his letter. That our social and industrial systems are simply barbarous, no reflecting being can for a moment question, and when; in your columns, we note that the Princess of Wales' furs are valued at over £12,000, and at the neit glamide read that " tea and sugar iare; b...
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
"PUNCH" 'PICKINGS. Some jewellers do a good business in merely lending jewellery to women who have but little of their own to go to balls. or dinner parties, or othi'r functions. It is stated that Miss Braddon and Marion Crawford have joined the Romanu Catholic Church. The Queen is somnetimes rather srlly in her spelling- When she is 'iii' doiibt she writes the word so illegibly that -tue possible mistake is hidden.. In Paris the fashionable women-are taking to riding bicycles. In the morn ing they can be seen riding in the Champ Elysees, each one followed by her liveried groom, also an a bicycle. The Queen preserves her bridal clothes with the greatest care. iHer Majesty has never cared to adopt the fashions of the day, and prefers keep ing the same patterns of materials, furniture and dress which she used fifty years ago. The little ivory paper knife with which to this day she cuts the pages of her new books was iii her possession when she was l'iincess Victoria. A red nose, with ...
DIPHTHERIA AT DROUIN [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
DIPHTHERIA AT DROUIN -4-e A report is tc hand of a renewal of the outbreak of diphtheria in the Bulnu lBut Shire. One case is said to have occurred at 'oouwong East and the other in Drouiu, and it is stated that too deaths have occurred. The State-schol has been closed in consequence, and in each instance the premises have been isolated by the council. If you can arouso curiosity by an advertisewent, it is a point gained. Thle fair sex don't hold all the curiosity in the world,
DISTRICT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
DISTRICT COURTS. - Courts of Petty Sessions will be held at uudermentioned places for the year as under: YAIIIIAGON. - Second Monday in eachl month at 12 noon. Sunulouses issuedpre vious Mondav. WAIIRAGUL.-Every Tuesday at 11 a.m Sutumontes issued daily, except when the clerk is at other courts. DROUIN.-- Wed. in the lot and 3rl full week in each month at 11.30 o'clock. Sum monses issued previous }\ednc. day. ]3bRANDY CREEK.--Thursday in the 2nd full week in each month at la.mn. Suim moules issued urevious Thursday. C ONTIGUOUS to Warragul Itailway Sta tion are the "Guardian" Gas Printing Works, which are replete with modern machinery
THE LAND OF GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
THE LAND OF COLD. The gold obtained by White and Jackson last week at Welcome Gully, Daylesford, has been smelted at the local pyrites works. The amount was 702 oz. 1 dwt. 12 gr. of bar gold, worth £3217, for 10 days' work. The Rising Star Co. Daylesford, have struck payable gold'in No. 2 rise at the 747 feet level. Tlie reef is 6 feet thick, showing good gold through out. The shares are chiefly held locally, and holders have been paying monthly calls for nearly three years. The nuggets of gold being unearthed from day to day at Daylesford have caused people to travel in that direction in large numbers. The Railway Com missioners intend to give every facility to those who wish to visit the place, and have arranged to run an excursion train from Melbourne to Trentham and Daylesford on Saturday, the 5th pros., the return faros being only 4s for adults and 2s for children. The train will depart from -Spencer-strcet station at 9.5 a.m., and will leave Daylesford on the return journey at...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
TELEGRAMS. Victoria.-To or fron any station, six words or under, 6d.; each additional word ld. Name and address of sender and receiver is not charged. N.S.Wales.-Ten words, is. ;additional word, 2d. S. Australia and Tasmania,-Ten words 's.; additional word 2d. Queensland and Western -Aiistralia. Ten words, 3s,; each additional word, ad.. New Zealand.-Ten words, 3s 6d.; eachr additional word, 6d. The address and signature ot messages to New=Zealand are charged for. ' United Kingdom, 4s 10d. per word;
TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE OF A SELECTOR. A NOOJEE INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE OF A SELECTOR. . NOOJEE INCIDENT. One of thos e painful experiences which are at timuc reported from thie remoter rartsof thie Gippslamd bush, has just oc curred in tle \Nojee country. It was a tare in which a young man named Arthur Wigley, whio lhs the charge of a selection cf 101YJ acres belonging to Mr. Scotson, was thrown from hIs horse when saiout a mile andt a-half from his hut, and was so -tctou-sly injured in the leg that he had to crawl the ditance as best he could. The accident occurred on Wednesday of last ncci:, and ihe lay in great agony in his hut until undaty, the nearest residents being seven miles away. Early on Sunday ruortniun, howsever, the horse, which had bted at the tiime of the accident, tunted pi at tihe Iut door for a feed, with both saddle and bridle on, just as it had -csaped. The unfortunato young fellow, sl!u is about 19 years of age, managed witll great dillieulty to mount it, and at about eight o'clock in the morning set cut for a ...
ALL SORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
ALL SORTS. Slocal storekeeper buys £100 worth of 0ld in three weeks. Lectinre I'u blic-hall to-night, by Mr. Ler, low, on "Cheap Money for rler' " Admission free. LEerrbodd e yojyed themselves at the reebicrald boctll on Wendesday even I t?rct Festival at St. Paul's-a very lha'in cermouy.' Fully reported else i Laughing Philosopher--Mr. E. -' -ostponed his lecture on ct'lleter." which was to have beeon liv??iln the Wcesleyan Church on Wednes. eery few farmers present at Mr. Halil's leture on Wednesday night. Clashing of events in Warragul, Four p;,blic gatherings on Wednesday evening. teat uistake this. Can only be nted by advertising date of any 'rhcetluion event inmmediately it is fixed. piphtheriaat Dronin. Two deaths. shire contracts advertised elsewhere. inll?lck in a bank at Warragul. Fine specimens of sugar beet at this Terrible experience of a young man at ",,js. Details another column. Local esngne-drivers described article in oar ahot issue on the hours they have . i . .:r...
CONTEMPT [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
CONTEMPT for your ailments is simply commit ti;o suicide, every man is the centre of the universe to himself, yet how many do we daily meet who complain of weakness, liver complaint, neuralgia lld so on ? Hundreds of such sufferers are met with every week who neglect their cases when there is a reliable remedy in Clements Tonic at hand. This preparation is distinct from the many disguised purgatives called indigestion 'cures, the use -of which are most harmful to the patient. Clements Tonic does not give relief by drastic catharsis, but aims at curing the cause of the disorder and then the unpleasant symptoms cease. If you suffer remember that without treatment the disease must increase, and that is criminal on your part to neglect your case, at any rate your life depends on Your getting proper treatment and may be the lives of a wife and family. Therefore.do not delay, get Clements Tonie and do not be put off with vile Purgatives or substitutes, and you will m-et with the same succ...
EXTRORDINARY RAILWAY INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
EXTRORDINARY RAIL WAY INCIDENT. ---C- The 7.30 a.m. train on Monday from Traralgon to Stratford met with an un usual incident. When about two miles from Glengarry, a bull was seen tearing down the line making a full charge at the train. The result was that his bullship was placed hors do combat, cut to ribbons, The engine and first two trucks tore through his remains, but by this time so much beef had got amongst the wheels that three were thrown off the rails and the train brought to a standstill. The passengers in the hinder part were of course much alarmed by the collision and fortunate indeed was it that the mishap did not take place afew yards distant on a dangerous culvert, or the result might have been very serious. As soon as the extent of the damage was seen an alarm was at once sent both lo Traralgon and Glengarry, and help was gathered by Mir. Gleadell and Mr. Miouatt, the respective stationmasters. Mr, G leadell took out another engine and carriages from Traralgon, as th...
MR. HALL'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
-I?R. HiALL'S LECTURE. Si,-I tak ithe libierty of offering the following 'thoughts?t, ~sauggested, by| Mr. Hall's -lecureolast Wednesday evening. I?rom the" very valuable., information supplied by. Hr. Hall concerniig the, way colonial products are treated .in the British market-by the agents and miiddle men, and his reassuring remarks that there is no "possibdity of glusting the English market with our products, might it not be well tor'the directors of the different butter factories of Gippaland to consult together respecting the advisa. bility of establishling their own depot in Londonufor the sale of- their oiwn article, where it could be bought :genuine, free from adulteration, and with the colonial brand visible upon it, and where its' real mnarket value could be obtained, and the producers and farmers receive the .beiiefit insteadof its goingin the pockets of middle`. meon? .Nowwould be a suitable time for the consideration of such a question, previous to the next exporting s...
CROSSOVER DIGGINGS. THE "WAITING BRIGADE." AN AMUSING EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 27 April 1894
i CROSSOVER DICCINGS, THE W-AITING BDIRIGADL. AN AIUSING EJXPEII ECI. . (l(FiOs OUR OWN CO SI I-Sn.x SThe number of men fossick r , ill the' locality is inereasing, thle ar somei' going. and coming every eda Several left here last odv for Coolgardie, Most of the clai:ms tr the week have been practically idle il consequence of wet weather. Il til early part" of the week a little xctea. ment was manifested, caused by a report of a-fresh discovery of gold ao Hawthorn, a few miles beyold Lie Horse. Severil parties moved oat ll that direction, and a good ddi of the alluvial ground has been l out. Erom the reports that lhavtcl; in I calnot obtain any reliahble infr. mation to justify tile exagger,0tl statements current in referelce to ale reported discovery. I an1 ilclincl to attach 1no more importance to it t;,, that a. few meln are goilng further afield with a view to trying new ground. E: very movement of this kind is closely watched by tlhe " taitil brigade " oil this Iield, that a ma...