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TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
TELE(iliAIMS Victoria.- To or from any station; six wordsorr nidei, Gd.; each additioilal word Id. Name and address of !ender and receiver is not charged. N.S.Wales.-Ten words, is.; additional word, 2d. S. Australia and Tasmania, -Ten words 2s.; additioial word 2d. : Qiueensland and Western Austalmia; Ten words, sa,; each additional word Sd.
Poowong Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
Poowong Butter Factory. The annual balanco sheet of the Poowong Better Factory Company shows the amount paid for cream was £4750 10s 10d'; milik £165 12s 10d; boxes, salt, etc., .£400 is; wages, manager, and carrier. £502 lls 7d; commission and shipping freight, 1189 10s ld; ' other expenditure brings the total up to £7291 5s 2d; and, with a balance of £59 5s.7d; shows a grand total of £7350 10s 9d. The receipts for butter were £7343 11s 9d; other receipts, to £6 16s; total, £7350. 10s Od. The factory account showed baanceo last September. £1576 8s Id; cream tank and. refrigerator, 5302 12s other expenses, £91 3s 1d; total, £1970 3s 7d. It is estimated' that prices ranged from 20s to 30s lower this year than last, which meant a loss to the district in the distribution of .a £2000 bonus. The amount of cream received at the factory was 449,5741bs, 17,141 gallons of milk; yielding 210,7461bs of butter, of which 191,9501bs were exported and the rest sold in Melbourne.
Not Generally Known. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
Not Generally;Known. The following legal decisions on. neivs paper law are published for general infer. mation 1. Ifiny person orders his paper to be discontinued, ,he must first, pay all arrenrs or the publislier iusytcontinne to sen, until paymeut is stude, and theni collect the whole amoutic, whether the paper is taken- from the, oflice or fnot. 2. . The courts lha-e decided that re fusinj;io triko newspapers and penodi cals from the post-otfice, or' remnoving, and leaving thetnm ncalled for, is prima ',tadie evidence of :intentional fraud.
Electors' Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
Electors' Rights. Jnne 1 is the last day upon which electors' rights can be secured for inclusion in the supplementary lists com piled on that date. All qualified persons who have not already done so should at once take out rights. , Those who own property and are not upon the ratepayers roll of the electorate in which it is situated can obtain non-residential rights if residing in another district. This is a point which has been very much. over looked in the past, and to which the special attention of all property-owners is therefore directed. At a speical meeting nf the Share holders of Warragul Butter Factory Company on Tuesday, the directors were authorised to borrow a sum not exceeding £400 for the purpose of meeting a tem porary difficulty in connection with carrying on the affairs of the Company. Mr. Judd has received communications from both of our representatives-Mr. C. Sergeant, M.L.C. and Mr. G. J. Turner, M.L.A.-with reference to flax culture in the district, showing tha...
Fern-leaf Social. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
Fern-leaf Social. The Warragul Fern-leaf Quadrille Assembly met for the first time this season on Tuesday evening last, and nothwltlistanding the threatening weather had a large attendance, there being up. wards of 25 couples present, The past season of the club's series of socials no doubt left pleasant recollections of many enjoyable evenings spent; and the tickets sentout this season were, with very few exceptions, retined. Mr. J. .Dodds officiated at the piano, and, to the excellent music,sunpplied, dancing was kept up with vim until midnight. .\Mr. Gee. Cook, jo the absence of MIr. G. Storie acted as M.C., in his usual courtenous style and the comunittee carried out their duties well., ?r. E, J. Fowler provided .the refreshments, and it is needless to say these were all that a fastidious taste could desire. . If'the balance of this clubs socials are as pleasant and larmonious as this one all concerned will no doubt want a renewal after the series of eight are over. a-3
Local Land Selection. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
Local Land Selection. We have ieceived the following impor. tant communication from MIr. G. J. Turner, M.L.A. " I am informed by the Secretary for Lands that 10.400 acres of the M.oe Swamp have been gazetted available for tender under See 123 of the Land Act 1890 for grazing purposes. The question of final disposal of the swamp has not yet been dealt with."
Local Robberies. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
Local nRobberIes. Oni Friday rnd' Saturday last'. everal laicemnes were committed in the township of Drouin on hotelkeepers, storekeepers ail ptbers-' The thefts were reported to i.ns )b1 WVellwood, who.. on Sunday ares'teo pr pp} 59 recently arrived in tm Qisirict; -namne .' hss a Wilson, SazcJ)iW fficrdael yson aanti gegp ]aily. and reecoore4 agrea er part of t~ e stolen articles. At the 4)rquin cqnyt on Wednesday, before Messrs "?tUng i?id Martin. justices, the four offenders were each sentenced to three months' imprison. ment for stealing im company from Leith's tvi w~y Hotel. Wilson was sentenced to three mntiss' cumulative for stealing l)lank?et, 'seets ?u shirts frbom the Royail Hotel. Hill 'wies scnt.lgd to a month's imprisonmendh chm]?atf?e r stcghini a mir of boots from Tdales store, 1YV'is g, 1gis tn being ;isd charged. An interestinig evening w e gppnt ,y the members of the A.N.A., on T ?sdaL , when Mr. Giddens read a paper on " Marriage as it was, is, and shouldbe." IHo...
Vaccination Warning. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
Vacoination Warning. Sergeant Hillard intimates to all those parents in:the town, and throtighout the shire, who have not complied :with the provisions p? the Health Act in regard to the vacPuatjog of their children who are sie? months old, 'ther. instructions have been given to prosecuto thslm, ap..d this will beo done withoutffurther notice, as it appears there are several parents who persistently neglect the requirements of the Act,.and others have 'said they would ratherpay a fine thln bhkve their chtlrern vaicetnated'.:: All such aie wa~irned iltt tiuey wIl be'eroceeded against before the poliche m.agistratpe who presides at the rpT gp ai (9oida p P ltl J1upe next. No ocuoses will be acccteq, ulglss each and evvey ease a lrdical c?rt'ufeatp of unfitunss is furnished.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
'' THE IBRITISI CONSTITUTION is goUing to pot, sir and that's a fact." 'Dear meo Do you really think so ?" "Do I think so! Don't I knowy so ? Why, sir, in another ten.years there will.be nothing left of it." " Well, sir," said tile other, when he could get a word in,-"'! I am very sorry to hear what you say about the British Constitution, but to be quite frank with you. i am most concerned just now with my own constitution. I seem to be going all to pieces; what do you advise ? " My dear sir, why didn't you say so before? Holloway's Pills, to be sure; they will keep your system in good order, and enable tordiscuss with vigor the questions of the day, I amnever without them." . ··:? V.'·::
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE, WAAIIItIG UL. ---0-- LIICNSES. J. Cowan G. Henlery I.. A. Calvert J. G. lloreley t1..J. Hucrlles(on W. IHowit A. Iltleheson C. Iiolder 32. A. 31aplcqon .J. Holder A'. Rose T. I. Johnson E. S. Spencer RI. .Johlson .1. 8. Spencer J.. Keo.h A. Wright WV. Kelly S. Chandler . G. Ki Kirle.nd A,. C, Don J. Kelh" 11. Filsh W. L. ineale 'T'. Gapes I F. . Laver Thorpdale South .I. Larkin Creamery F. H. Lemupriere . \\'eels ? . P. I. S Mus;rive .1. H1ulctre I)D. nrle" G. Napier 1. M'oore It. W. ]Un -.n W. U. M'Gown \. HV . 1(ardmer C. J. C 11'Murdie W. eilhby II. Neill A. C. Groom 1. Newhiiry F. A. nall C. JI'Iie:lzie 'W. G. Tong F. Nicol S. Laver A. J Nicholson S. Adkins W. O'Neill C. Adkinl. 1. O'Neill J. Ashby it. O'Nedl I'. Iaher .1. II. Potter A. nllsterworth I1. Price G. loa'ke T. Piltkington .L. Dlower T. C. Parker J. . Briunsgrove i. E. Iolls 1). 1. Loyd W. iitchie .T. A. oyd W. Iowley .. Cohen . J. Sloan T. Carter A1. Stark T. 31. Clark T. J. Sheridan G. Charli...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
MELDOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT Fat Cattle.--1600 yatdcd on Wednesday, comprising 140 from New South Wales, 050 from North-Eastern district, 400 from Gippsland, 100 from Westward, and reh " mainder from Northern districts and town paddocks. Quotations :--Prime pens. bullocks, from £0 15s to £8 10s; odd, to £9 10s; good from £510s to £610s ; secont do, .to £5. Cows, odd beasts, from £4 5s to £4 17s 6d; second and lighter, from £2 15 to £315s.
THE SELF DENIAL APPEAL. IN AID OF THE MELBOURNE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
THE SELF DENIAL APPEAL. IN AID OF THE MELIlOUIRNE HOSI'ITAL. --- The sums received by us to date in re ponso to the appeal in aid of thoMelbourne Hospital amount to t1 6s, and as the appeal has now extended ovei nearly a fortnight we shall forward the result to head quarters to-morrow. The total represents the contributions of seven families. And this in a district numbering several thousands of residents and which sends some thirty or forty patients to the hospital every year I We confess we are half ashamed to send such a paltry smn, but having received it we can do no other than forward it to the authorities, and perhaps ask them, as a favor, not to publish the amount. Amount previously acknowledged 17 6 No Fruit ... ...1 0 MIicawber ... ... ... 5 0 Flax .. ... ... 2 6 Total ... ... 1 6
ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
ANSWERS. (FaoJr Tows AND COUNTRY JOURNAL.) -0' To Pickle Onions. Take some nice onions, peel, and throw them into a stewpan of boiling water, set them over the fire, and let them remain qaite clear; then take them out quickly, and lay them between two cloths to dry. Boil some vinegar with the ginger and whole pepper, and when cold pour it over the onions in glass jars, and tie them closely over. Cost of Dividing Fence. B bought ten acres of land on an estate, and fenced the block all round. Twelve months afterwards C bought a block adjoining B's. Must C pay half the cost of the dividing fence between the two properties ?-C need not pay unless he had notice, or unless the land he now owns was bought by him from the crown, Giving notice to :Fence. After giving the owner of adjoining property notice to Fence, you must wait. until the six months have expired before you can erect the whole of the fence yourself, and charge him . half the cost. To Renovate a Postmanteau. ' How to renovate...
FIXTURES: [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
FIXTURES: 'The following are tlhe fixtures for the ,letropolitan seniors for Saturday nxt : lorth Mlelbournev. St. Kilda-St. Kilda C.G. Geelon: v. Port Melbourne, Geelong C.G. Suth Meelbourne v. Collingsod-S.DI:C.G Eseundonv. Williamstown-E.d.C.G . ootscray v. Carlton-CarltonGround. 'itzrov v. Riclimond-Fitzroy C.G.. Melbourne vacant.. Splendid assortment of Members' Tiekktsjnust to hand at Tue : GuAsnvux. rinting works?Tyarrgul, :Samples sent -n application,,
WARRAGUL v. BUNYIP. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
WARRAGUL v. BUtNYIP. (Communicated.) The Warragul team journeyed to, un3yip onWednesday last to meet the Bunyip club, it being their first draw for the " Storie" "CUp competition. The team was a strong one, but they suffered defeat, the locals gaining 4 goals 5 behinds to 2 goals 15 behinds, after a very pleasant and friendly game. Warragul may attribute their defeat to the very rough nature of the ground at one end, as most of their shots for goals were from that part. As the behinds show, their kicking was far from being accurate. For lBunyip, Hobson (an old Warragul player) was best man, and several others showed good form in the close work. . one of the older Warragul men played up to form, except Frank Munro, who played the game of the 40. W. 11'Ali.ter got a nasty knock in the first quarter, andTom Coghlan had his shoulder so badly bruised that heowas practically disabled for the day. 'Of the new men Dave Rhoden played Very well indeed,and should prove 'to be one of Warragul's...
LORD HOPETOUN AND HIS SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
LORD HOPETOUN AND HIS SALARY. (BY A MIELaOUIiE COnRRESPONDENT.) -o- Everyone is getting anxious to .see the cablegram announcing that our present governor has resigned those terrible responsibilities of sffice which cannot be very exhausting to a gentle man who is occupying himself with being received by his tenantry, and has been honored with the freedom of the city of Edinburgh in consideration of the important services he rendered to the colony of Victoria. Lord Hope toun, when here, did his duty, and in a social sense did it very well. But what were the important services he rendered to Victoria which should cause him to be singled out for special. honor I was not previously aware. of. But his action in continuing to draw a hundred pounds a week from Victoria while at sea, and now visiting the beauty spots of his estates in' England and Scotland is being very considerably canvassed at tea tables in language his lordship would not be pleased to hear. And therefore I trust the rum...
YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 31 May 1895
YARRAGON. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPOND'NT.) I saw it somewhere reported of late that the discovery of the north pole was now an established fact, and the idea occurred to me that possibly the lucky discoverers were moving their prize in this direction. Well, these reasons were soniewhat forced upon a fellow, on account of the desperate cold nights we experienced here within the past week or to. yes, cold with a vengence; for even under the protected covering of thick blankets one still dreamt of such horrid things as blizzards, icebergs etc., until he grew sad and sorrowful with the thought of what they might be a week hence if matters didn't change. But, as our literary artists have chosen to des cribe it, things lieing at the worst, begin to mend, and thank goodness they mended amazingly with us since: to the extent that now we have nice agreeable weather and one feels quite as cheerful and salubrious as before that freezing period, that's a fact. The Sunny. Creek Creamery only separa...