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NEERIM SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 May 1894

NEERIM SOUTH.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.     General satisfaction is expressed at the appointment of Mr. W. J. Davey to the Neerim South State-school, Mr. Davey's fame having preceeded him as an energetic and painstaking teacher. The attendance has greatly increased since Mr. Davey's advent. The offers of Messrs. Marshall Bros., of Preston, has been accepted to erect a new Wesleyan Church, and it is expected they will make a commence- ment this week. Our usually quiet little township will soon become as notorious as Warragul with it load of bricks in the street, which caused such excitement last month, for despite the bad times we are gradually improving. A new five-roomed house is in course of construction for Mr. A. Smith, who recently purchased Mr. Napier's farm, and rumour has it that Mr. Sawyer is about building a new butcher's shop and residence. Mr. McDonald, of Warragul, is the success- ful tenderer for a five-roomed residence for M...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BULN BULN EAST. LECTURE FOR FARMERS. SELECTION OF DRIED FRUITS AND COMPRESSED FODDER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 May 1894

BULN BULN EAST. LECTURE FOR FARMERS. -o- SELECTION OF DRIED FRUITS AND COMPRESSED FODDER. Despite the inclement weather the schoolhouse at Buln Buln East was well filled last Tuesday night when Mr, A. Woodhouse lectured on " The Food Productions and Exportations of Victoria." The chair was occupied by Mr. Geo. Blowes. Mr. Woodhouse, in his introductory remarks, referred to the general allegations that there was over-pro duction in the worlds food supply. Personally, he declined to accept that allegation, while so many thousands of people were slowly starving in the old world, He thought there was rather a lack of true means of distri bution than of over-production. The good accumulations were either moun tains or molehills, and both the consumer and producer suffered accordingly. He held that nature had designed Australia for one of the GREATEST FOOD PRODUCING countries of the world. Unfortunately, the people who occupied it had not seemed to properly understand or ap preciate the g...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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INDIGESTION [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

INDIGESTION may be the result of a variety of causes, debility of the digestive tract, over mental work, nervous prostration, ex cessive smoking, tea, or spirit drinking. At any rate no matter what the cause, the only treatment of any permanent benefit is a restorative treatment, the remedy must possess tonic, invigorating and strengthening properties. This is not the case uith any of the many purging mixtures sold as dyspepesia panaceas, and this is proved by their makers stating that the dose must be increased until the desired effect is attained. This is due to the nostrum being purely a carthartic, and by continued use the stomach, liver, and bowels become educated to the action of the medicine and it gradually loses all effect. Clemuent's Tonic is quite dis tinct in its action, it assists digestion, promotes the flow of gastric and pancreatic fluids, increases the secre tion of bile and thus assist the bowels to throw off the waste matter; it strengthens the nerves, forms boune...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BULN BULN AND WARRAGUL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. FORTHCOMING BAZAAR AND PRODUCE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

BULNRBULN AND WARRAGUL ACRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ---- ---- I FPL)RTHCGOMING BA2AAU AND PRODUCE SALE. TIL a ucanta fori' the baInar and ptr:hlre ' 1Q'i" 0 be bold tw,-arls the '-iid u'li' iuth in alt, of the Bull ii aii karagui gr~iceltu al Society ite being enrgeotically pushed ahead by the mceretcy IMr. C. S. Afilek-who iu going here, there end ery' eher: c& ur. proumies encouraging results, and if each individual member of the committee \ill second his efforts there can be no doubt whatever of the ultimate success of the venture. In an extensive undertaking of this character, where the canvass has to be carried over a very wide area, it is impossible for Sone pair of hands " to do everything. The work must be divided and each committeeman should feel under an obligation to do a "lair and reason able" share. It is only by thus combining to attain a common end that a successful issue can result. It is therefore well to remind "all whom it may concern " that the time is drawing n...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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THE ABSENTEE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

THE ABSENTEE QUESTION. At the monthly meeting of the Fern Trce Gully shire council a fewiv days ago a commurication .was re ceived from the Biuln Buln council, stating that at a meeting of that body " it was decided to ventilate the serious position in which shires are placed by the absentee and scrub question and a resolution was adopted that muni cipalities be invited to take action at once to have the matter brought strongly under the notice of the Premier and members of Parliament, with thelview to legislation." It was further stated that these unoccupied areas become breeding places for vermin, and the co-operation of the Fern Tree Gully council was earnestly solicited in bringing the matter before Parliament. The reading of the circular gave rise to a good dceal of discussion, the president remarking that the matter was one of very great importance to the farming community. A resolution agreeing to co-operate was carried unanimously. The lady had implied a doubt as to tihe sta...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SALE OF A JUMPER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

SALE OF A JUMPER. The well-known jumping horse Cedrie has been sold by Mr. E. M. Row, for shipiment to India or China, Cedrio is by Mazeppa by Snowdowvu, and not by Lord Lyon as the Dai ad nong " Advertiser" states. Ccidie was bred by Mr. L. H. Francis at Tonga Station on the Mitta Mitta, New South Wales, Mr. Theodore Lyall of this district was on this station, took a fancy to the horse Which was a rare "leppcr" and purchased bin for £80 from Mr. Mitchell as a I year old. Four or five years later, Mr. Lyall sold him to Mr. Row. for 60 guinueas the bargain being made at the MorningtonHotelCranbourne. Codric's record high jump is 6ft 7,in. at the Royal Show in Melbourne 1881. Some of the best jumpers in the colonies have come from this Touga Station, Sponduhls having been bred there, his sire being Lord Lyoun. "Cranbourne Herald."

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LOCAL MINES. FORTHCOMING MINISTERIAL VISIT. THE PROPOSED PROSPECTING PARTY. MR. M'COLL OFFERS TO CUT TRACKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

:THE LOCAL MIN FORTHCOMING IIlsIThp TVISIT, i o, TILE PROPOSED PItOSIECI D 1A PTY 1N M. l PM'COLL OFF S TO TRIACKS. It will be remembered tlr l ot month agowe urgedon the 4llt for Mines tihe desirabiu moderately subsidising ia posi party to explore the untlied ocst lying between the Crossover a and the Maw Raw ountais, 1 view to opening up new fields fld t unemployed, whol are bein for ( the country by the lliningaU sntt , and thus obviate their ol I spots already being wo arld resident miners. A petlition subsequently sent to the Mllitlre the Crossover nuners, i similar request, and ir. s, . In: M.L.A., has had several ile with Mr. 31'Coll in the eattr, l invited him to visit the lcitr, 1I last night's post we lreat t followming letter on thie sual,.th MIr. Turner : " The Minister of 31intslsloi to visit the district and len i triint i0 wants shortly after the 110ie twe thie nicanwhlile, Ihe offers tolare 5 tr cut leading to lilkely countryi tshe r people will point out the directi...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALL SORTS. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

ALL SORTS, LOCAL AND) OTEIIEhtsE 0-o Warragul to Iloomiteld road again e a frightfuil mncs. sNo fearofbeirl,&' for furiousdriving there He had repudiated the olwnershonipo dog noless thanu three itmes, but t thoughtlessly allowed the ntimatl to 'j behind him into Warragul and tln ti lynx-eyed dog inspector had bao, an( though much against his inclinatiuni had to ante-up. Premier Patterson soncrdinj o country again, to see how '"tile ctjun - He wants to learn tlheo feeling of ij country and then he will frame a paliced expediency. Is the Patterson Government la!ce in promising cheap money to fartmer is it a ruse to catch votes? \ew lialloe railways to be autauroal Is Gippaland tobe aain shelved? Two-feet gauge railbays, buit a! equipped for about P800 per mile are future to open utp the remote portitn the colony. Ti, 3ii::-!"e of flaila is said to I intp,,erw l a cite necessity for dan ecaineuga aii' a.t.: ', ,~t ...o ll "ad C"I be mue'e . ' as Argu.e The report or thle iteuj...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE Warragul Guardian FRIDAY, MAY, 11TH 1894. Shire Councils and Railway Freights. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

THE JIavragul natrbian FRIDAY, LMAY, itf 1894. Shire Councils and Railway Freights. CoawmNsED actioll is at last being taken by-a number of shires throughout the colony, with tho object of arranging a monster deputation to wait upon the Premier, or Minister of Railways, with a request for a re-classification ind reduction of freights on the railways. Mansfield, MafIra, Castle Donnington, Deankin, Jioruig, Arapiles, M'Ivor, Goulburn, Mount Rouse, W'imucra, Ripon, Rutherglen, Bet Bet, Echuca, Hampden, and Colac are among the municipalities that will be represented, and seeing that the matter is one which affects us locally in a serious degree, it is expected that a delegate will be sent from each of the councils in this part of Gippsland. At present the freight for carriage of milk and farm produce is a crippling handicap to extension of operations in these directions and threatens to altogether extingnish the local milk trade with Melbourne. The table under which the freight is charg...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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"EVEN HENS CLUCK" [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

"EVEN HENS CLUCK" So far the new Railway Commis. sioneers have not proved the most brilliant successes. The mistake that has been made in apptinling them is in not selecting to be one of them a man of ideas. Syder, Woodroffe, and Lockbead are all good men, but they are men of one stamp, They are all plodding, routine, humdrum men. The three of them probably could not evolve an onriginal notion between them. Messrs Francis and Murray, of the o'd Commissioners, were aho plodding routine men, but the third one, Kibble, was the moving force who had all the notions. Ribble could think, and initiate, and plan, But there is not a man of the new Com missioners who could come out with a new idea to save his life, What have they done since they were appointed ? They have had conferences with every officer in the Department, and like the three witches of " Macbeth" have stirred up railway broth. But. bless you they haven't done a thing. They sit tcgcther in one rcomu all day long, and whatever...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. The sbalance sheet of the Bank of New sthatl Wales for the half-year ended ai: h .iit. is published in this issue and is of a vet;' e.tisfactory character. The o d .i = Ite nstement shows that, after .dunetis' .f ate on bills discounted unt .'., ° L, at profit amounted to £78,451 Us 3d, to which is added balance brought forward £.20,864 1Is 8d, making a total of £99.316 4s lid available for distribution. Out of thisl a dividend is paid at the rate of 10 per cent. per annum, which absorbs 177.6790 s id, a balance of £21,687 is 7d being carried forward to next account. The rate of the dividend in less than that for the previous hlalf.-ear, but this is a consequence of the issue of fresh capital, the amount distributed being very nearly the samne. In addition, the Lank has increased its eash holdiongs by it very large sIunI, a policy which greatly enhainces strength, sanid prepares the way for:future proit, but which does not increase present gains. This policy...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEERIM EXTENSION. VISIT OF THE MINISTER OF RAILWAYS. THE DATE FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

THE NEERIM EXTENSION. VISIT OF TIHE MINISTER OF IRAILWAYS. THE DATE FIXED. The pcople. of Neeriin have no intention of being deprived of the extension of the line for another five miles for the want of making their claims`'known to the Government. For some time past they have been on the alert, and on Saturday last a meeting was held in the Mechanics' Inlstitute to further matters in this direction. Mr. English was voted to the chair, and explained the object of the meet ing. Cr. Stewart explained at some length that he, with other councillors, waited on the Minister of Railways, the latter promising to visit the district and lay the matter before his colleagues. The meeting was unanimous that the Minister, with others, should visit the district. It was agreed that letters be written to. the Parliamentary representatives of both houses of Parliament, asking them to urge the Minister of Railways to visit the district at an early date. A sub committee was formed to carry out all arran...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PUNTER'S EPITAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

A I'UNTERS EPITAPH. " When I mu dead," he softly said, " Whlen Death my life has snatched; When with the Stiff uns I am laid, In short, when I aum scratched, Inscribe no virtues o'er my tomb, My praises do not sing, Buit write this simple, touching phrase ' He Tried to Breakl the Iing.' " One of the princitpal banks in Mel. bournoe has on its books thle names of over 100 oflicers and clerks, all experienced in banking business, who have applied for employment. The closing ai country branches, and general retrenchment, have thrown these among the great army of the ntemployed, whose only bank is the Yarra bank on Sunday afternoons.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

"PUNCH" PICKINCS. Governor Duff drives the worst horses in Sydney. Even the cabmen sneer at his crocks. "Say, Cully, them's nice teeth. How would you like to have a set like that ?" "Go'rn I What do I want with teeth these times, when I ain't got nothin' to eat ?" Gladotone, after all his years of public prominent life, does not own a single decoration, not even a scrap of ribbon, and the only uniform he is entitled to wear is that of a brother of Trinity HIo:ss, and couldn't well be more modest. Tiis paragraph should interest many of our iobody C.M.G.'s who are-so far as titles go- greater personages thau Willisam Ewart Gladstone. Teacher: "The Ancients believed the world was square." Scholar: " Did they have any banks then? No? Alh, that accounts for Quong Tart, the big Sydney Chinaman, has gone on a siiit to Flowery Land. He was said to be about to offer himself as a candidate for a seat in Parliament, but the rumour appears to have been a lib l. Qutiug gets a fresh title every t...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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WARRAGUL BUTTER FACTORY. [?]NTMENT OF MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

.I RAGUL. BUTTER FACTORY. :N:MlENT OF MANAkGE B. -0-~-- 2 tin- of the directors of the I I2LLtci Factory Coy. wcs held yesteretey fteCrnoonI, and was attended by Measrs. II. C. Ufniza (presiding), Jenkins, Lillico and Alford, with Mr. C. H. Round, secre tary. Thirty - thrce applications were received for the position of manager in place of Mr. Athorne,. resignied. Mr. E. Bock, of the Foowoug factory, was appointed. It was decidoi to separate four days a week at the South \Varragul creamery instead of six. It was resolved to pay ad per lb for the butter product of the milk for Tihe credit balance at the bink was reported to be £51719s, and accounts were passed to the amount ,of £27 17s Pd, Ten shares were transferred.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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SUGAR BEET ANALYSIS. THE DEPARTMENT'S REPLY. THE ANALYST TOO BUSY! [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

SUGAR BEET ANALYSIS. TIL DEPARTMENT'S REPLY' TILE ANALYST TOO BUSY ! We stated in ourlast issue that we hal written to the Secretary for Agri culture asking him if he could arrange for the Government analystto analyse 'intths h of sugar beet grown in this isecrict and which we intended tc foraard, and that we had received brief reply to the effect that the cl'artmcut coIuld not undertake the work. Siuce tlhen we have received a more detailed communication on the bjcct, and reproduce it for the diification of that section of the comn jooity to advance whose interests the Department is supposed to exist : Melbourne, May 9th, 18904. ass,-le anlysis of sugar beet-I be, t state that the amount of workl whict to1 a be u2vslved in the analysis would Sconsiderable, and the information to be obtained therefrom might notprove of aun ,'rta value, and, as the chemist has a cret deal of important work in hand, I e , toelled t deline to analyse sugar beet br the public.--Yourl olbedient Ser. Paut...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish it to be understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] STATE SOCIALISM. (TO THE EDITOR). [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish it to be nnderstood that we do not necessarily uphiold the views epressedbycorrespondents under this heading.] STATE SOCIALISM. (To Tne varron). SI,--In your last issue I notice at letter signed " Radical," re socialism. I would advise" Radical " to got some standard books on socialism before rush ing into print. As it is he appears to have evolved a theory he calls socialism from his own inner consciousnese, and, having set this up as a sort of Aunt Sally, proceeds, metaphorically speaking, to knock it down again, apparently deriving much pleasure from his harmless amuse muent. However, to deal with the one instance. hlie has advanced of the presumed unnecessary interference of the State with the individual (viz., the suit of clothes), to carry the analogy a little further nuder the present system of individuality, ifcarried out to its logical conclusion, "Radical," on finding lihe required a suit of clotlhes, would have to obtain land, clear it,...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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RAILWAYS FOR GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

RAILWAYS FOR GIPPS LAND. Last year the Minister of Railways expressed the opinion that the most feasible way of giving railway com munication to the mountainous dis tricts of the colony-having Gippaland especially in his mind-was by the construction of narrow-gauge lines or tramnways. which would be in the nature of feeders to the main lines. It was understood at the time that he mentioned the proposal in Cabinet, but nothing appears to have come of it. Since then he has given further consideration to the matter, and ex tcnded his knowledge by ascertaining the experience of other countries oni the subject of a break of gauge, which involves a dificulty in connection with the transfer of the goods. Mr. Richard son is convinced that the break of gauge difficulty is small in comparison with the advantages in the shape of cheap construction and cheap rolling stock, and states that methods are now adopted in other countries by which the transference of the goods from the fceedrs to the t...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 11 May 1894

THE LADIES' COLUMN. The wiris and caprices of fashion are faitefully reproduced in its millinery. The el-or of the gown decides that of the hat Steel jet. sn& gilt Mnetal are very eon scarcsos as decoration, and are used much msre IsOishly than fctrerly in the form o grea: thisle ped, currs, bcerries, and set derrns. Stil, it will be found tha more anies tsizs are esily suited in the still pplar plume tufts, pompoas. jaunty sigremes and aower aramesntion. A. chsaing picture hat, seen recently. was of p'tcnia felt with Uhs- tirro rvelrt ad btakplgmam sit iat .: The wide brim is gatoered clse to the crmn on me ide and coaSrted br a rosette of rvelvet, a earca cnf witih cinnets this th a ii- ilr crnes ent a the outer adge. In dresses, anoher of the resrirals of a put± ae isr the epiyms or circular hip p ye, WhTch may Oe at ched to the basque, or e-de sepsrstely anti .:t=cd with asaini, s deartd; .e,c tuw or thre beingwarn. Trees ar- not t all setable for other than tal'.,seder ...

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