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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 1 May 1894
W. BAILEY, GRAIN & PRODUCE MERCHANT 7MARIET BUILDINGS, 410 Flinders-lane Melbourne, SELLS on Commission Daily erx Railway stations and Wharves, Great care exercised to obtain lhighest prices. Account Sales and Payments promptly rendered. Charges moderate. Correspondence invited Established 1t.92. Nor.--On hand all kinds English Agri cultural Seeds. Loans Arranged on Grazing and Farming Land . T ?HE NATIONAL TIIUSTEES, EXE .1 CUTOIIS and AGENCY COMJPANY of AUSTRALASIA, LIMITED, Capital Subscribed, £110,000; Paid up 030,000; Rleserve Fund, £2t,100. Drn-c?uns: Hon. N. Fitzgerald, M.L.C., chairman; lion. Walter Mladden, M.L.A.. W. Cain, Esq., J.1.; Hon. W. I. Winter Irting. M.L.C.; .1. O'Shanuac-, Esq., J.P. 3I, D. M3'Eachern, Esq. Empowered by Sp:-cial Act of Parliamentto act as executor, trugtee " agents for alcenltees. Managing Director, Hon!. \V..IIADDEN,M.L.A J. i. I. ACODOY, Secrctary. I 450 (late 117) Collins Strect, corner William street, JEL1OUIISE. THE NEW LIGHT. NEW A...
FROM THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 1 May 1894
FROM THE CITY. The first time B meets C the latte will render himself liable to be holslr wipped. And justly so too, if B's story is true. B avers that he was asked by C to take his-B's-wife and a lady friend to the opera and after wards give them supper-just to oblige C, who was "busily engaged old fellow" on that particular night. They lingered a little over the supper I and Mrs. C in a thoughtless moment tooka cigarettefrom B's case, lit it and blew out a few wreaths of smoke. But that was the wildest bit of dissipa tion about the whole affair, It now turns out that C was seeking evidence fora separation from his wife, and had tried deliberately to thrust her into B's arms. The latter's eyes were suddenly opened when he found his name and the details of the theatre party fully set out in all application to the court. The saddest part of the affair to poor B is, that a girl to whom he has been engaged for some time, and of whom he is very fond, has in dignantly broken off their en...
CHEAP MONEY FOR FARMERS THE CREDIT FONCIER. LECTURE BY MR. J. L. DOW AT WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 1 May 1894
CHEAP MONEY FOR FARMERS TIE CREDIT FONOIER. -----o- fCOTUBE BY IMR J. L- DOW AT WA-RlAGUL. SCheap money for Farmers" was the subject of a lecture, delivered bthe Warragul Public Hall, on rida eveninug, by Mr. J. L. Dow. Ire. 1.11 Smyth, President of the lire, occupied the chair, and Mr. C. Sar nt, M.L.C.. was also on the platform. There was a moderate atiendance. The Chairman said he had much leasure in introducing Mr. Dow, who bad come to \arragul at. the invita tion of the Council to :lecture on a popular and very important subject. e was sure the lecturer would give ciam some very useful and interesting information, and very much regretted that the audience was so small eore particularly in respect to the farmers, who were primarily concerned in the question. (Cheers). Alr. Dow, referring to the chairman's observations to the attendance, said that on occasions of that character they spoke ??ore to the Press than to, the people, ond those who were not present would dohbtless have ...
WHOLESALE POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 4 May 1894
WHIOLESALE 'OTATO MAI1RKET. \hr. W. Glasfsord reports; - Warrnam ool, to £3 : Culac, £3; Gippslanl £3 5s. Unions Li6 3s. Frequent complaints have been made in Parliament from time to time of the nuisance caused by Asiatic hawkers wandering about the country districts and behaving in a rude manner towards women and children who would not buy their wares. It was complained that the men were licensed in. large numbers in Mlelbourne, and their license authorised them tq ca;-y on hawking in any parlt sf the colony. In order to mlinimise the nuisance, it was suggested that the hawkers sltpuld be licensed by the shire councils. in lutht way they wouldl be limited to the requirements of the country districts. The Goverunent intend to i!ltroduce a bill next session making it compulsory for Asiatic hawkers to be licensed by the police magistrate for each district in which they carry on their operations.
WARRAGUL DAIRYMEN AND THE RAILWAYS. A SERIOUS HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 4 May 1894
WARRAGUL DAIRYMEN AND THE RAILWAYS. A SERIOUS HANDICAP. -0 The following paragraph is extracted from yesterday's" Argus," being culled from a letter written by Mr. R. H. Smyth, President of the Shire, and which deals with a subject sufliciently serious to merit the attention of every resident of the district: The dairymen of the Warragul district seem to inc to be very harshly treated by the Railway department. We have a tmiilk train leaving Warragul at 8.5 a.m., and the milk consigned to Melbourne by it cannot be delivered earlier than between half-past S and 3 o'clock-only aboat coach time for thedistance, 61 miles. I have been sending milk to Melbourne for some years, and the purchaser of my milk says, ' Your dairy is the last we shall buy on the Gippaland line. as we have so much trouble with the railway, and your morning's milk arrives too late to be of any use for that day, " and he adds , "whereasyour district used a few years ago to be absolutely the best liue to purchase mi...
THE PUBLIC PARK OCCUPANTS. COMPENSATIONS OF THE PAST, [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 4 May 1894
THE :PUBLIC PARK OCCUPANTS. COMPENSATIONS OF TIHE PAST, -0 Some of the occupants of holdiuns on the Warragul Public Park reserve recently offered to give up possession upon receiving certain compensation from the Council, and a good deal of public attention was directed to the matter. The question had previously been brought before the Council on several occasions, and in order that the Council might be put in full pos session of the facts, the Secretary was directed to write to the Railway De partment for a return showing amounts paid for compensation for re muoval of buildings and damage to pro. perty in connection with the re arrangement of the Warragul station yard in the years 1887-88. At the Council meeting held on Wednesday the return was submitted, and was as follows:-(C. L. signifies Crown lands.) Name. Amunt. Remarks. W. P. Webb ....:10 ... Occupier C. L. Owen Green ... 8 ... Miner's right. S. Parsons ... 0 ... J. MecNamara ... 14 ... 11. Caldwell ... 10 . Janue Brown ,,. ...
THE Warragul Guardian FRIDAY, MAY, 4TH 1894. The Absentee Question. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 4 May 1894
THE arragul unarbian FRIDAY, Y, MAY, r 1894. The Absentee Question. MontE thall six months ago we renewed our agitation against the system of reckless abseuteeism which prevails throughout West Gippsland, and published an oflicial return, prepared at the instance of Presidentl Campbell, of the Narracan Shire, showing that in the \Vest Riding of that shire alone fully 10,000 acres of some of the " pick " of Gippsland soil were in the hands of absentees. On several occasions subsequent to this date we have reverted to this important question, and at the end of January lastpublished a special article dealing in detail with the evil, and insisting that " the funeral knell of absenteeism must be tolled by the Legisiature, and that men must he taught that if they desire to become possessed of land they must faithfully discharge the obligations which such possession entails." Until the last meeting of the Buln Bulu Council, however, neither of our local municipal bodies definitely moved in...
A WHEAT KING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 4 May 1894
A WREAT KING. ef " \hcat King"' of the world Itelos to Argentina. He is an I, l migrant named Guazouce, li hbs broad acres are situated in the f?hipi th e province of Iuenos Ayres. 1is ~?h of this season, which he r aedf 1arvesting, lately, occupied "rieia of 6,72 acres, which is it nai .in eCes of 1O0 square noh iles, ,he ? 5,ot fall El O0.t Of ?he ayo? oqf Scotaelo County of Flint, or of the b escounty of Linihthgoi. lie nbers Lis workmen by the thousand Cheat lo?.s al;0 railway trucks withi 4th6"e'din all of vhich he grows e sare principle with his men.
HINTS ON ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 4 May 1894
HINTS ON ADVERTISING "---------- Advertising is not to be done by fits and starts, a little at a time, in a timid, scared kind of way, as if afraid of being caught at it. It should be regarded as one of the necessary ex peuses of a business, and should be as regular as rent, fuel or clerk hire. It should be well done; there is such a thing as doing advertising, so cheaply th.,t no one finds out that it is being done at all. If you have a good business you should advertise, lest competitors should tlake advantage of the great lever and outstrip you in the race. If.. your business is small you should advertise, and let the public know where you are and what you have to sell, that they may come and buy. Trying to do business without adver tising is like making faces in the dark; you may know what you are about, but others do not. The man who, without interruption can keep his na me before the public, is constantly informing possible cus tomners who he is, where he is to be found, and w...
BRANDY CREEK RACING CLUB. BIRTHDAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 4 May 1894
BRANDY CREEK RACING CLUB. BIRTHDAY MEETING. - --o - A meeting of gentleman interested in holding a race meeting at Brandy Creek on Queen's Birthday was held at the Railway Hotel, on .Wednesday evening, when. there were present Messrs. W. Walker (in the chair), 11R. Armstrong, C. Gordon, E. J. Fowler, A. Hardware, H. J. Powell, W. Rhoden and P. Kennedy. On the motion of Messrs. Armustrong and Fowler, Mr. W. Rhoden was ap pointed secretary. The Chairman stated that the meet ing hal been convened for'the purpose of arranging a day's sport on.the 24th inst., but not under the V.1.C. rules, as the time was now too short to do so. Mr. Armstrong legretted that the meeting could not be held under the V.1R.C. rules, as he was afraid that the programme could not be made suffi. ciontly attractive. The Chairman remarked that in the old days their races on the same course were all unregistered, but they were nouo the less successful in every sense. Mr. Gordon though that they would be quite safe...
HALSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 4 May 1894
HALSTON. (FROM OUR OW , CORIRESPONDENT.) -0- On Wednesday evening a concert and ball was held in the Mechanics' Institute in aid of the Children's ,Hospital, and proved to be the most successful which has ever taken place in the district. The building was more than comfortably filled, an excellent programme was providedand all the parts were carried out to per fection. Messrs. Griggs and Dottrich, joint secretaries, were very energetic it their efforts to make it a success, and it must be extremely gratifying to them to see that their labor in such a good cause have received the reward it richly deserved. Winter seems to have started, which is the thing most ofe our Gipps. land selectors do not appear to have any particular liking for, and there need be but little wonder at it, con sidering the awful state of the roads in most parts of the Narracan Shire, still, we must grin and bear it, or as one manl puts it " we must bear it whether we grin or not." Some of our councillors appear...
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 4 May 1894
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR Melbourne, twice daily, at 10i15 `a.m.. and 7" p.m.; travelling post, 11.10 a.m. and 7.60 pi.m. Sale and Baiirnsdale, twice dailyv, 1.15 n.m. and? 7 p.m. ; travelling post, 10.55 . a.m. and 7.50 p.m. Neerim, Neerin Souith and Bokebh?, daily, 12 nioon. Lardnier--Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri. days, 11.15 a.m.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 4 May 1894
TELEG(lAMS.' Victoria.-To or from any station, six words or under, 6d.; each additional word Id. 2Name and address of sender and receiv.er'is not charged. N.S.Wales.--Ten words,1ls.; additional word, 2d. 8. Australia and Tasmauia,-Ten words 2s.; additional word 2d. Queensland and Western Australia. Ten words, Os,; each additional word, 8d. New Zealand.-Ten words, Ss 6d. ;each additional word, Sd. The address ind signature of messages to NdewZealanf 4e` charged for. - " -- -.9 United Kingdom, 4s 10d. pier stdrd.
The English Shire Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 4 May 1894
The English Shire Horse. i Perhaps a majority of the valuable horses imported into this country go-t the west and northwest, homes of P_ kinds, saddle, coach and draft. Al-o' the country is beginning to look to t far west for its best trotting and, t?r animals. " We present this week an inustratle of the Shire horse, belonging to a breed~ not yet thoroughly known in the UD-e States, but wherever known verypoa-' lar as being able to draw immense loak] IMPORTED ENGLISH SHIRE MAJRE This beautiful, docilo and intelligent Shire mare is owned in Colorado. The breed represents probably the strongest animals known in the annals of horse flesh. A Shire will pull alone up an in cline a load that will stagger a pair of our ordinary 'American horses. Shire horses are of immense size and weight; slow, as'must be'the case wherei such ponderous bodies are to. be moved, but steady and sure. "They are to be seen in. perfection on the Liverpool docks and hauling the tremendous trucks that transfer fr...