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FLAX GROWING AT GLENGARRY. A CROP OF 54 ACRES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

FLAX CROWING -ATt GLEN CARRY.I A CROP OF 54 ACRES. - o-- (Br W.C.) Having business in Traralgon the other day, and feeling interested in flaxi culture, I determined to call upon Mr. W.tCarey, at Glengarry, who has lately entered largely into the crilti vation and preparation of flax fibre. atmy request Mr. Carey went into every detail of the new industry, but as Mr, McFarlandinhis most excellent and intelligent lecture, treated the subject most exhaustively, I will content myself in giving such infor mation as is likely to be appreciated by flax growers about Warragul. Last season Mr. Carey put 54 acres under flax, on land well adapted but slightly heavier than the soil around Warragul. His method of preparing the soil is much the same as Mr. McFarland's, and he laid stress on the necessity of reducing the soil as fine as possible before sowing. His object being to obtain both seed and fibre, he used about 1 bushles. of seed per acre. Owing to late sowing the bulk of the crop only r...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SELF DENIAL APPEAL. IN AID OF THE MELBOURE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

THE SELF DENIAL APPEAL. IN AID OF THE MELBOUIE HOSPITAL. -0-- . Amount previously acknowledged 12 6 F.R. . .... Total *,, - £ 17 0

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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FIXTUES : [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

FIXTURES: The following are the fixtures for the Metropolitan seniors for Saturday next : North Melbourne v. St. Kilda-St. Kilda C.G. Geelong v. Port MelbournerGeelong C.G. South Melbourne v. Collingwood-S.M.C.G. Essendon v. Williamstown- E.M.C.G. Footscray v. Carlton-Carlton Ground. Fitzroy v. ltichmond-Fitzroy C.G. Melbourne vacant.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Local Sawmilling. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

*Local Sawmilling. There is divery appearanco of si deaterial and welcome revival in the Gippsland Saw milling trade. This once flourishing indus try :has .hand no'.small. :influeeCq in the development of the province and contri buted largely to the support of the laboring population: Butdof liito years the'lndustry has been under a cloud and a arge nimber of sawmills have been closed in conse. quepnce. Now, however, - all ;thq local mills have a goodly suimberoof.orders, with a promise of a brisk demand during the winter. Prices have not as, yet advanced, buit n early iise in idotations is anticipated.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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GRANNY GORTON'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

CRANNY COBRTON'S OBiRTH DAY. --?--- Satordny, January 21st, was a great lay in Central Village, in the State of Cotiiectiett,' -in America. On that ;ears old and formally received liher :iende, of whom hundreds were pre ent. She e'ore her best black silk ,own, with a rose in the bodice. The Lenerablo lady was seated in a cons ortable armnchair on a platform in tihe -est room of liher house. Then tit rain of callers filed through, each and Il shaking hands with her. " Granny Gorton," as she is called, is a trim ittle body and very nitmble on liher Peat. There was never anything ailed her, she says, and, except that her 'yesight. isn't quite so good as it used to be, she is as active as any woman of 50. Why has Granny Gorton lived so iong ? Why is she so active now ? She lets out the secret herself when she says, " 'i'lere was never anythingi riled ine." 'That's it, and all of it. People who live 100 years are not so vey rare. The deaths of 45 sucih were reported last year in England ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Test That Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

Test That 31ilk. With the use of the Babcock machine any ordinarily intelligent dairyman can accurately tell the value of his cows, his milk and cream, also the value of the diffcrent feed consumed. le can also tell, if he runs a home dairy, if ho is get ting out all the hbutter in the milk, what per cent butter fat ho leaves in theskim milk and the buttcr milk. as well as tell the value of the first milking and of the strpinpig which the different milkman or milkmaid leaves in the udder. HIe can also tell, if he talkecs his milkl; to the creamery, if the creameryman is tcsting the milk honestly. It is surprising after using a Babcock machine to ascertain that milk from cows of the same breed, sameo farm,. same caro and treatment, will vary just dcublo in the per cent of butter fat, and very often in those animals where it was least expected. It is also sur prisins, to learn the difference which the food and the care and treatment of the cows will makeo in the per cent of butter fat...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

S TELEG1tAMS Victoria.-Tro or from any station, aix words or n der, Gd..; ;ilda additiail lword. id. Namioe rai iidU 'o{s 6 didr receiver is aftcoiari d: IF S. iustrlia and Tasnlszia, .,Teu wqrds '3s.; additional word sii.;:?J.' 7", - >s. Queensland and Western Anstralia. Ten words , do, each additional word lid. ~A

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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HALF-HOLIDAY TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

HALF-HOLIDAY TEAM, To play against Brandy Creek. on the Show ground, Warragul, to-morrow afternoon, will be chosen from the following:--Aspinall (vice-capt.), Archie, Blacker, Bolton, Blun dell,Bennett, Baker, Colquhoun, Carter, Cun ninglham, Champion, Doddrell, Flyer, Ford, Gerand, Knights, Kendall, Logan, Livesley, A. Love, Mansey, Miller, Masterton, McAlis ter (2), McIntyre, McInniss, Mack, O'Neill, Poynting, Patterson, Redman (crapt), Round, Syme, Small. Seanlon, Whittaker, Walker (2). Whitburn, Witton, Young.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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WARRAGUL TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

r: WAfllAGOL -TEA M. T - To play against Itlnylp, at Dunyli, to morrow afternoon, will be chosen from the following: - Brewer, Munro (2), O'Neill, Thomas, Kirwan, IBecton, McAlister. (2), Rhoeden (2), Bice (rapt.), Duggan, Madeley, Mitchell, Burley, Round, Kendall, Connor, Sullivan, Lillie, Coghilan, Witton (2), Logan, Patterson, Donoghue, Harbottle and Canali. The names of the selected 20 will be posted at Hartley's to-day.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE UNWISE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

THE UNWISE TERCHAIT. ilO:: Iday whilcl i ^ie:ss ran lan low )hrp gloom : onatnterelha:.t -brow!; dark as it it;iglh wo is th;e Of thoughts revolving iapiiil'. iThat inrclhnit saw a dreialfiil ight to ftne:' dii a:nd inrid light: O i thouht lie sAw the siheriff right Amongt his sock of tiiiery-. A! sadd1er :-, Lis fenr. will rise, Ai! deepe'r yet will be hi. sighs; Alh louder cunt will s=ound htie evirs i less liLe advetiiise. is', all who w tidi a lesson l~osn, 1 aXk clely, and You will disecrn Tiht adisceising will retirn i:: bread uilon the .wiatrs. [Ther W}umusa:V GARDIAn l::n~dYAu:r.mosI sold Tur.ut tt.L Ex,, -.,s uiier etreption 5;".tin: Sq:n:-:s, both of a haontlcss †:†:† ††.tr†i†ul††† ti, ar more g nunerins in iis canntry thanl people beieve. Soime arc merely fholisiih, anld may be salelylieft "~:w:n. our other, are ^ real danger to the i iunii:nits. The nli itiers of the latter so clenecs are mos~tly foreigners o:It'aws fr~om tttiv own land. thle riff-rifi of the C.. :t. i ....

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Gippsland's Fertile Soil. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

Gippaland's Fertile Soil. Mr. Martin Dyke, of Allambeo East, by way of showing what can be obtained fronm the soil, tells us that from 2 acres of potatdes, carrots, mangols and turnips he gave 83 tons per week.for si wiveeks for 50 pigs he has just fattened for the Mel bourne market, and over andabove the 21 tons taken of he has a large quantity left. The eed was all mixed and boiled in a pot, with a little pollard'-about hlalf. a-ton or pollard being used. During the last three weeks a fair quantity of peas was given the pigs, and Mr. Dyke considers this a splendid feed to put on the final top. The lot lie has sent to i town average 110ibs., and ie is confident they will fetch a good price, thie dismual accounts as to prices lie thinks being for poorly fed pipg. At the sarns time he adds that less than 5ld per lb. will not pay.-" Mirboo Times " A property belonging to Mr. J. Mfoffatt, and which was known as Phillip's farm, Darnum, has been sold by the Iarragul Agency Colmpany-160 a...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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A Clerical Send-off. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

A Clerical Send-off. The Rev. J. Carrington, sho has foi the past 12 months been curate in charge of St. James Trarnalgon, was on Wednes. day night entertained at a farewell social in the Meelihaidcs' halý4V.< Vn. Arehdenecoti rrirstrong andrepreseitatiie of the Anglican, Presbyterian, and Wesleyan ministry were present. The rev. gentleman was presented with a handsome travelling bag by'sIr. West on behalf of the congregation. MIr. Carrington left for Melbourne, where he es Abouti to be married to a dauighter 'of the Ven. Archdeacon Langley. After his ordination as priest Mr. and Mrs. Carrington will proceed on a trip to England.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

-'9-AILWAY TI3YiETTABLE. \t*WA14:A'4LOL NIIEAIOUJNL'. arm. in 1 p4 \\-arragul 1.9 4.::5 7.7 llroton 11.21 4.50 *8.10 ,ulgwrarry . 11.31 5. 5 8.20 7311yi~p. -131U 8 5.15;; 5.342 "tnli ell , ) . 1 .4 593. 81 N'r-onry' ' '11. i` 1x 18.4 "\::r-nal-~uon r .. - :.;1. 54 .4 Ptakoo'xfoo .. 1!11 55 9!1.4 1..oncools44od N.2 .14 .1 11.20 l:er'.icl ''', 12`S0 f18 ,",~2:31 iL4,odloooo 12.: 53 G.5 0 9.52 4Jaklcigh (at) '14.50: 7.1 0-kior..'1)'.`. 4.4) ''"'.4 7.. 10.14; Jlclbounr. 1, 110.10 /'Ii' I R1011P\H '10 W 41'A I~ttL. Depi. 1- aon 1 .m P.L. __________ - I 7.:11 10 444 4 4.304 MIbo.rw4c .. 11.10 4:2 .70 14eaon4do"l .. 8.14, 1.; 15 .leo.4. 0 127 13.1 Na3404]~ o . 1.44 2.11 64.214 Garfield ~ ~ 0 .. 17 12'J4 6:1 8ln4"'in 10.1 1 2.19 6.48.I Loi'..warry 10.10 3.1 0. llrnuitl 10':3 ; 4 7.1/ .14444,44 310.3 "3.157 1)7.25 \\' 144.4.4.L 1110 TII' 4.\1'.1 ON.' - 1Departure. 4inn pin4 P 1.11; I\r.113 5 7.:70 1;1oulliei . .1 ' 9.1:1 5 . 5 7.5 144rimi 444 11:2.2 41.0 8.0 414rrar"44 11:; 6.1 8.10 I'titll ...

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FOOTBALL. AND ITS HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

FOOTBALL. AND ITS HISTORY. ---o---- It seems to be an impression, though an erroneous one, that the present age has. a monopoly not only of inventions but also the most popular sports. Football was known among the Romans, also the Greeks. The ball was usually and inflated bladder or skin termed "follis." Of the antiquity of the game in Great Britian there can be but little doubt, as it was introduced by the Romans at the time of the Conquest, when we were too crude to even be considered a civilized nation,. and perhaps the very, simplicity of the play may account for its antidating the more aristocratic game of cricket.. The birth-place of cricket was in the hardy Northland. No clubs or code of rules seem to have been framed, the sole aim being to drive the ball through the opposing sides goal, by fair means or foul and so rough did the game become during the reign of King James I. that it sank into dis. repute. Both sexes of all ages seemed to have taken part in the sport on Shrove...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

Our M.L.O. It will be noticed from our Parlia mentary reports that Ir. C. Sargeant, M.L.C., his been depnted to move the Address in Reply to the Governors. Speech in the Legislative 'Council to-morrow. The usual custom is for this coveted honor to fall on arecently-elected member of the House, but as-no new member,has been added to the Council of late; the Govern ment looked around for a suitable speaker to,perforsnu this important and .by no means easy task, and with onie consent alighted on one of the best know repre sentatives' of the Gippsland Province. This is a compliment to the constituency and certainly a compliment to the repre sentative himself; whose spceches a ways read remarkably well and whq.is fully capiable of doing justice to the gratifying task he has taken in hand.

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Land Sale at Neerim. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

Land SalE at Neerirm. We .ivo ild draw special ntitioii to the importont sale of farming, property to be conducted at Neerim to-morrow for Mr.James Martin by Win. Hamilton and Co. The estate compriges about 680 acres, and as the demand of the day especially in Gippeland, is forsmall farms,. it has been subdivided into blocas rang. ing from 40 to00 acres each. all of. which are for absolute sale. From the details given in the advertisement it will be geon that tho'richness of the.soil, the amerous never-failing creeks, and the vast improve ments that have been effected in render ing the land fit for cultivation, together with the excepitionial road necomnlodation easy access to the Neerim South railway station, the creamery being situated on the land and other valuable niadsntages constitute one of the most advantageously; situated properties in Neerim and the very thing for men looking out foi dairy ing and agricultural farms of workable size. A good company is therefore ex pected a...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Potato-Growers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

Potato*Growers' Associaition. Last week a meeting of potgtq growers was held- in the toiwnhall, Koroit, when the building. was crowded:,with farmers and business people. The object. of the nimeeting was to form a.potato;growers' association to regulate the market price of potatoes. After a long discussion Mr. P. M Grath proposed that such an associa. tion be formed on the lines of the Mount Gambier Fariners 1 and .Pottto- growers' 'Association; and the motion. wiiw:carried unanimously., .

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The Warragul Railway Employees [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

The Warragul Railway Eniployees :The Railway Commissioners !have not Yet come to a conclusion as to the way min which the goods trains to and from Warragul are to be worked for the future so as to shorten the hours of the engineo drivers. Several alternativerilshemies havea been inquired into, and the one most likely to be adopted provides for employing the present staff onbtjs Warra. gu i ad tNeerins lines alternately This will involve tlhe withdrawal of.iabout ten employeesfrom Warragul to MLelbourne. "Argus._' _ _ _

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

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HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895

S HAY MAHKET. Messrs. Butler and Moss report:--We sold mangerhay £2 10s to £3 5s; chaffing £2 as to £212s 6d; straw £1 10s so £2.

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