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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895
Fablic Notices. - "Government Gazotto" - I: I EGULARitLY FILED thi 'IOFFICE of thio JOURNAL anl end be INSP;is TE)D by the PU;LIC any time during hisinnes Ilours. O Grnit Line of oyaulitailSteitmers (U ICIKST Strnin' RotoA to Enughnd. v Stranmers rleave 3iebihoourne very fort night for l'iynmoth rld London. ORIUZ . i 0:11 tons .. May 25. OtO'AVA .. 573.i!tons .. Jnens. U1tUDA o.. 5 s too .. June: 2 FARElS-.-- 1 1Bs to £70. Facilities are nore aorTledl for. bring n out frIends anl rn!:uirvj fronm Lodon I tihe prl5epaym!*l of pnsago Ino.ner. WVrT ATartalu:: Got. Fxriie.-'assen-n.. gets Rooked in al classens for lbany--the uiolst roant to Ithe finlt. Ileducn-edaItes. For fur.:t-er rprticulars apply to, N. Marshall, Branch Mrunager 4v and 400 Collins-street Melbourne. Don't De deluded. You cannot rent the vacant property by nierily Ihaigirg,a card in tl9 w -ilidow-. The man owho wanits to catch Dame Fortune.'s smile muat d6 more than with the lively lady. Thouesnds have tried it. Hundir...
STORIE CUP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895
STORIE CUP COMPETITION. The following is the draw in connes. tion with this competition; all matches to be played on Wednesdays: -Mar 20- Bunyip v. Warragul at Bunyip. Haltf-Holiday v: Brandy Creek at Warragul. --JUe 5 Warragul v. Brandy Creek at Warragul. Bunyip v. Half-Holiday at Banyip. -JUNE 12 vacant -Juan 10 Warragul v. Half-Holiday at Warragul. Brandy Creek v. Bunyp at Brandy Creek. -JNE 26 Brandy Creek v. Warragulat Brandy Creek. Half-Holiday v. Bunyip at Warragul. -JULY 3 vacant JuLY 10 Warragul v. Bunyip at Warragal. Brandy Ck. v. Half-Holiday at Brandy Ck. -JeL 17 Warragul v. Half-Holiday at Warragul. Bunyip v. Brandy Creek at Bunyip. -JULY a1 Brandy Creek v. Warragul at Brandy Creek ;Half-Holiday v. Bunyip at Warragul. 0A0G0ST 7 Half Holiday v. Brandy Creek at Warragul Buoyip v. Warragul atBunyip.
POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895
POSTAL IN'ORTMA1TION. ESNLISIa M.AILs Cr.ose: AT GENERNA.L 1'PJST-OvicE. . .I .Pircles, 4.80 p.m. thi day boeorc steamer loaves. r .e;iiteire letter-, 11.i0. a.in the day mail leaves. lOrdinary leotters, pacckets and newspapers 4 p.i.i day mail leaves. " Intereoloniitl' 'iritiish .and foreign Plarels Post.-Linit oft weighit, 11 lbs. Postage- Unitcd Kingdommm, .lbs or under, 1s: bd.; each additionail 1 lb or under, Od. Iindia, 1 lb. or under, Is.; cacnh additional 1 lbt, 1s. iPartles are also forwarded, vie London to every, coloniy ind conistre, 1o whichi i the United hitiadoit scnds iicleels.. hates and particulars carn o .obtaiiica at any postt office. tivGENElALN. Postal hates.-Inluand.-Letters.-Every onotme, 20.; uirgentletters, Gd additional. Intercolionial.-1 etters.--Every Ihalfounce orinder, I. j ackelts.-Ev iy 2uz. or under, Id. liookstniultnagines. -Every 4 lo. or tiitder, 2, -Neivapqers, Ld. 4'a'ckets to ''Newu South ti les and Qneeisland, containintg articles of any vafie...
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. So far, Alfred Deakin stands easily first amongst the young Australians in Parliament: He has some bright compeers, such as the Attorney General, Mr.reacock, Mr. Kirton, and a few others; but his sovereignity has not yet been successfully challenged, and I don't think it likely to be for some time. Mr. Deakin's qualities are all of the show window sort, and it must be admitted that they shine. As a Minister and an administrator he was not such a success as Mr. Peacock. But he is a man of ideas, and ideas rule the world. The Rev. Dr. Torrance, sermonising on "Mammon Worship" the other day, said-" Let us not despise riches. Wealth and the power to get wealth are gifts of God." A versicle - We do not despise it, Doctor; From that weakness we're exempt. Familiarity, they tell us, Is the thing that breeds contempt. Well, we and wealth (we grieve to state) Have not familiar been of late. Mr. Peel, the late Speaker of the House of Commons, was a most un-. emotional man, a...
MR. WILSON LECTURES ON FLAX. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895
MR. WILSON LECTURES ON FLAX. On Saturday Mr, J. J. Wilson delivered a lecture on flax eulture in the Traralgon Mechanics' Institute. The chair was taken by Mr. EB. S. Whittakar, president of the Ari. cultsral society. Mr. Wilson stated that flax could be grown in most parts of the colony. The time for sowing was not uniform, as in some districts it should be sown in March, while in districts like Oippsland September would be time enough. 'l'he flax must be pulled by hand as it is impossible to have good seed and good fibre off the same crop. The retting must be well done, as the whole success of the flax grower depended upon that, It must be retted in still not running water, for if the latter were used the flax would only be good for manture. It took from five to twelve days to accomplish the task, according to the weather. There was only one exporting country, and that was Russia, while England, Germany, Belgim and France imported, so that there were plenty of openings. Mr. Wilson...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895
Tat LOCAL GENERAL PR~71lq ,ft oaxrsl "GUARDIA ANiD QUEEN-STREET WAIIRA&758 C tlESREDEDDc~noMEL80UBHS RATES, Public Notice. J. W. QUINLAN, Carpenter, Builder & Under taker, Witton-st., Warragul. -Estimates Prepared & Work Guaranteed E. DEVEREUX, General Carrier and Horse ,_ Breaker, Witton-st., Warragul. AFTER THE FIRE! -OPENED AGAIN TATTERSON, BUTCHER NEW .PREMISES, Smith-st., Warragul, Close to SKEWS & PATTEBSON'S Office. Orders Received and Executed as Usual. J. DODDS, TEACHER of MUSIC Organ, Pianoforte & Singing. - Visits Neerim on Saturdays. - DMS-J ADDRESS VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL OM(IEOPATHiIC MEDICINES Or SrPcra PURITY & STRENGTH PREPAsED BY MARTIN & PLEASANCE, 180 Collins St., Melbourne. SPECIALITIES: TINCTURE OF PODOPHYLLIN. Tincture of Podophylin for Biliousnesse, Torpid Liver, &c. Bottles, Ij-, 1/6, &c. ,CAMPHOR PILULES. Camphor Pilules, for the Prevention of Colds, &5. Bottles, 1/6, 216. 'NEURA...
"The Footballer." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 May 1895
"The Footballer." A new sporting journal 'has'jnst been ushered into the literary world. I is named "The Footballer." It is, we believe, the first journal published in the colony. exclusively in the interests of this natiohal ..gaenE riach.issue'ts ntains a comprehensive assortinent of matches played throughollt Victoria aP ithe pre ceding week, and special irominence is given to jonior " matches which have hitherto been almost ignored by the Melbourne press. A conspicious feature of the paper will be portraits of teams and leading players. It is published on Friday.
POTATOES AND MILK [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
POTATOES AND LIL The potato-growers of Vicstoe. just now complaiinng that thesY moke noprofit on their produce. Is low: as, values are cin this pi?,ri line, it cannot be said that th1r worse than in other branches eC i ing. The potato-grower sE?: have, generally, a very srrs perience. When tubers are c farmers plant none at all for- tLt, soon as a scarcity is iminsie=, the least prospect of a rise, er goes in tha opposite direction, ia:i result is a glutted market. The !' posal made lately by some c growers at Warrnambooland NSar: that farmers should combine enaji minimum price under which theL not sell their potatoes, is, a1 " Warrenambool Standard" reý' "rather a large order.'r If it o carrieQ qut " good and well," bt scheme, though plausible in thee' unworkable in practice. Thr' trade,.in existence that is successfully without the intern; of the middleman, and allatt?? knock him out have ended in Li" The milk producers around 35?1&lt; tried to combine a year or ': order t...
EVERY MAN HIS OWN WILL MAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
EVERY MAN HIS OWN WILL MAKER. A warning to persons maki'? n wills on printed forms is to b fa from a decision given by 3r. Ja Williams in the Supreme Coax refusing to grant probate of the 7 of James Lynch, of !lendigc,nr e employee, and John G?oil:,| Geelong, painter. In each c?aue will was on a printed form, aLI testator, after setting out a pord?i his will in the space available f:b purpose, filled in the clauseappa. executor, and then signet his n_- c the place indicated for it in th :: the attesting witnesses doiiLthLe~ The remainder of the will its'a which there was no room in the : was then written on anotherpa;e, was not signed in any war. E Justice Williams said the aath' were somewhat couflicting on point, but he would follow akid'r which had been given by 3r. JI A'Beckett, and hold thatthbehil not properly executed.
FACTS FOR THE TIMES. HOW THE FARMER IS TREATED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
FACTS FOR THE TIMES. HOW THE FARMER IS TREATED. -o The two great -exporters of agricul tural produce in America are the Argentine Republio and the United States. In Australia the two agri cultural colonies are Victoria and New Zealand., Theo duties levied upon agricultural implements. ,ia .,,these countries contrast as follows: .rgentie Repnhulic Agricultural im plelments-FsaEg. United Sgta?es,-Ploughs, harrqws, harvesters, reapers, drills, planters, thrashing machines, and other agri cultural implements-FREE, : ', New Zealand.-Ploughs, harrows, scarifieris, &o.-Fn;. . " -Victoria,-Agricultural machinery 20 to 35 per cent.-"Argus."
A COLLECTING NOVELTY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
-A COLLECTING NOVELTY. -4--. A rather novel method of collecting money for the Melbourne Hosopital was to be seen in a corner at the entrance to the Anglican Cathedral, Melbourne, during Friday and Saturday last. A large tarpaulin was suspended in the form of a hammock, into which worshipers threw their contributions. Our informant states that there were }bout 1,OQ0 coins in it, chiely.ponnies and shillings. On Satur day there were additional self-denvinu contributions in the shape of a broken pipe, a packet of seeds, a piece of tobacco, and a bottle or medicine I
DOES RABBIT TRAPPING PAY ? [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
DOES RABBIT TRAPPING PAY P • ' 4 - - Here is a little business trsansacion which will serve to illustrate what scanty profits rabbit trappers some times get for their'work. A fumily at [iallan forwarded 180 pairs of trapped rabbits Inst week to market for dis. aposal. The sales were lnsde and sal note duly forwarded to the c.insignor. enclosing 2s 2d stamps as the realisa tion of their net result! This was equal to a fraction over O.d a pair- poor recompense to those hardy people who at.allhours of the day and night are slaves in attendance onitheir traps in all weather.
THE TURN OF THE TIDE [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
THE TURN OF 'THE TIDE (BY A MELBOURNE CORRESPONDENT). There cannot be the. smallest doubt that the tide has tirned, and things generally are, as our American friends say, "on the improve." Not only are the chimneys of many factories emit ting smoke, which has scarcely been seen to curl from many of them for the last two years, but they are absolutely clamoring to the Chief Secretary to be allowed the privilege of working over time. Brickmaking has been resumed in several districts, and new houses are being erected in many directions. In the course of a walk of about five miles on: Sunday, not specially directed, I counted four new buildings going up. It is two years since 1 have seen a mason or bricklayer at work anywhere. In the town of Hawthorn, which some people contend has more empty houses than population, a new street is being formed by the erection of fresh build ings, marked before completion " for sale," or "to let," and therefore clearly not built as residence for their ow...
OFFER TO BUILD A RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
OFFER TO BUILD A RAILWAY. An offer to build a railway line to 1Minapre, either from Birchip or Hope toun, was made on Tuesday to the railway -committee, by Mr. E. H. Lascelles. In submitting the offer, Mr. Lascelles explained that ha felt encouraged to take this step because since he recently- gave evidence before the committee a marked rise in the price of wheat had taken place, conse quent on the reported failure of the American wheat harvest. As he had learned from the press that it was not the intention of the committee to re commenid the extension' of..any of the mallee lines, he was prepared, in view of the rise in wheat values, to construct a line,' which would be handed over to the State on the latter giving 5 years' notice, at the original cost of building it. In answer to questions, Mr. Lascelles said he could build the line for a locomotive to run on it at a cost of £1500 a mile. Mr. Lascelles is admittedly one of the best authorities in the colony-perhaps the very best o...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, MAY 31ST, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
THEi WITI WIIICH IS INCOBIPOILTED FRIDAY, .MAY 31sT, 1893. Flax Scutchings. IT is estimated that. between five and six hundred acres of flax will be placed under cultivation in the local districts in the forthcoming season. Of this quantity Mr. Menzies intends planting fifty acres, Mr. H. C. Harvie will put in a similar quantity, Mr. A. W. Harvie has resolved on 45 acres at least, Mr. Munro, of Bloomfield, is preparing his land for, fifteen acres, and between forty and fifty others intend cultivating areas varying from five to twenty acres. More than fifty bonus.application formsi havo been issued by Mr. Judd, and if we strike the average at ten acres it will be seen that our estimate ,of the total likely to be planted will not be very wide of the mark. If the estimate is realised and men would hardly apply for the bonus unless they seriously intended growing the crop-it will certainly be a very gratifying circumstance, and will indicate that the industry will constitute a most impo...
THE HOSPITAL BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
THE IHOSPITAIK BENEFIT. .Sm.-=-Your 'correspondent t'"am O'Shanter" is undoubtedly an intensely funny writer, and in his scatching squib on the above benefit alludes to no less than four stalwart firemen being present on duty at the performance. He no doubt brought this in to emphasizea much more prominent matter, viz: the absence of the hospital committee, but nevertheless the sting is there. If" Tam O'Shanter" would only read the Fire Brididdes Act, he would see that it rests entirely with the captain how many men he can put on at a performance-there being no rule laid down as to number-so if the officer chose he could send on the whole brigade. However, the presence of the four men is accounted for by a mistaken order. Now, if "Tamn O'Shanter" were to ask every second 'person he meets as to the non-success finaheially of the undertaking he could inform him that it was owing to the apathy of those who were head and front in running the affair. and through no other cause. A good ma...
Warragul Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
Warragul Racing Club. A meeting of supporters of the Warra gul Racing Club was held at the Com mercial Hotel on Monday night and was attended by Messrs. D. Conner (presiding), H. V. Howell, F. Kendall, W. Matchett, Plouright, H. IRedman, W. Carpenter, Durham, G. T. Wood, A. Love, W. M. Ryan, J. L. Parkes, H. Powell, E. J. Fowler, J. Picken, II. Hanseu,. R. Arm strong and W. Walker, with Mr. W. M. Clinton (secretary), A discussion took place as to the dates to be selected for holding the meetings. It was readily agreed that two meetings be held in the year and eventually it was decided that the first metming should take place on December 26th, and that the date of the second meeting he left for final arrangement in the hands of the committee. Tlih question of registering the club under the V.t.C. niles was also left to the committee. The. Secretary made a statement. con ceming the financial position of the club from which it appeared that £39 15s Od has been received in subscriptions...
AMERICAN STALLION SHOW. Important Action at a Meeting of Horse Breeders. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
AMERICAN STALLION SHOW. impeortnt Actioen at a Meotinr briurse SBreeders. At a meeting of horse breeders in Chi cago it was resolved to form an associa tion to be known as the American Stal lion show. Their objects are to improve the horses of the country, and to give annually an exhibition to be known as the American Stallion show. The first of these shows is to be given in the spring of 1891. The association will also be directly in torestedin aiding to prepare a creditable live stock display at the World's fair in 1892. All horse breeders in good stand ing throughout the country are invited to become members of the assbciation and aid it in all ways. Committees have been appointed to draft a constitution and bylaws torthe new society, and the fee"for certificate of membership was fixed e4i0 each. Apyications for' membership can be filed with either of the following gentle men: S. D. Thompson, Chicago; Charles Burgess, Winona, I1s.; R. P. Stericker, Springfield, Ills.; J. Murray H...