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ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

ANSWERS. (FRou Town AND CaoTY JOURNAL.) Soing for a Debt.-If a man con tracts a debt in New South -WVales, and then goes to Queensland, can the creditor sue him in Queensland, or what can he do?--He san sue either in Queensland, or issue a writ in New Sooth Wales for service out of New Soth Wales. 2. Can the debtor be brought back by warrant ?-No. Air in a Tunnel.-What is a good method of procuring air in a tunnel without going to the expense of an air shaft; or is there any simple method of forcing out the dynamite smoke 2 Air can be forced down into the mine bye fan and canvas hose or iron pipes. Dynamite smoke may be forced out of the workings by the same method. Imprisonment for Debt.-1. Can a man be imprisoned for debt in New South Wales ?-He can be imprisoned on a writ of ca. sa. in the Supreme sourt in actions for breach of promise, libel, slander, seduction, or any malicious injury; also in the District Court for non.compliance with an order on ai. sa.summons. 2. If so, how ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Canines in Luck. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

< Tho Canines in Luack. SThe latest thing opened is a hospital for dogs in connection with the University of Pennsylvania,,the only institution of this kind in the country. There are similar in atitutions in Berlin, Paris and London, but A DOG IIOSPrrATLL ,*i aone of thnese is\said to he as finely ap. ooin r as large, as the university's The building stands in the grounds of the veterinary department, is 65 by 50 feet in extent, two stories high in addition to the basement and very solidly built of Roman hydraunlio press face brick with Lake Sliuperior red stone trimmings. tl has all the.rooms of an orinaryhon. pita], for . clinics and operating, bath, medication and cooking. Thedqgs will be in 'aeparate cages on wheels, end fifty 0 eixt CRa be. kept lunder.treatmrct at one time. It i 'expectecd that students will learn a great deal in comparative anatomy by this sort of thing, and not afewwealthy peopl aro, willng to -pay well for having their favrite dogs scicatifically...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

I RAILWAY TINME TABLEI. W (t1. 'I-(1b.1iI 1'1it.iIt1.'1 7.55 u11 I Luogo:.rry 5.111' .25 114nv411:+ rl~ 21 \o lrlt 11. 15 ',.3, 14.311 N14(1 oo 1.0....2 .404 1.2 I':tkcllittt 1 1. c,ýler ..44I ...:. 0.1 41 12.2 1.1.4 4111. ..1 + 13.;:1 6. 1.: 11911ilCINi ry! . L2.: :j I2.U :45'2 2a11 i 1.kl h (,1) 4 1 1. - 7 103 Mellbourne I1.4: 7.2 4110.40 ~11.1,40U4I \F "l '16 WIV t 1A(I M l 40bourne . 0 t l 1. ( .104 Mtrlhooe 4~- 'D ~a~n 1. kl . H.22 12:) 5 lndt . .42 1.1:2 .3 4'(.(1(14 44 ' Bet 0 . 1(1 1.414.41 (4. B..,rbrldi'h (9.1:14(,5.1 T44noe.n .. 9.52 310 {'5.82 tlarlhad .. 9.is 9.14 0.3:1 Itun. 211 .. 12".1 2.49 0.405 Io(44k.11r4'1 10.111 1 4 6.4 :5 ". 3.;17 .0\'1R ; 1 I')rf\lr,;1 llej"nrl,,r,. - 22 t.-. I.'( 3~1 \1110(1 1 4! 11.8 u . 2.10 1404444 1! - . 6.21 oJ Ynr411 , 1.:). 144.1 i - .1t 41t"11.2 7.4 t 1.: 1(0(111' 44on 1.43 It .3 10.16 1(14.10 a..1 1 1.11 11.t" 11 ll44u14 9.0 1 .1t 5.4 14300(0e . :2.42. ..:U ' 721 Sl. 1(J. S1 4.)71 11.E Tr 1 41.1. 1144 1 .:_10 1 (i.1(0 £rtal14o( i 4.....

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COMING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

COMING SALES. BY J. L. PAUIiES. June 5tb.-Furniture salo for Mr.C. Duncan, of Warragil-as pl as new.

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THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, JUNE 4TH, 1895. Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

THE artlanutl uOni diuat WITH WHICH IB I5NCC050ATED aGhe irarragul gena TUlSDAY, JUNE 4tEa, 1805. Notes and Comments. During the last few weeks gable messages have appeared in our columns from our. London correspon dent, stating that' the purity of scm3 of the butter shipped from here to London was being questioned in England, and.that the export trade was likely to be injured unless steps were taken to remove the grounds for suspicion. The Agent-General was communicated with by the Govern ment and asked to inquire into the matter, and he had two samples of butter which had been stored in London for nine months tested on the 1st ult. One was pronounced just free from margarine, though it had ap. parently deteriorated, and the other was found to contain 14 per cent, of margarine, The Minister of Agricul. ture recently obtained a report from Mr. A. N. Pearson, the Government agricultural chemist, on the subject, but it is felt that the matter is such a serious one for the butter indus...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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TURF AND FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

TURF AND FIELD, Itis worthy of special note that ir Matthmw Dawson, the famnous Er. trainer, has trainea the lasttaheo winners, Ladas and Sir Visto Rosebery. Dawson, who i Lord years of ago, was about toie over a to last yeara Derby, bute prior solicitation of the Earl bf oat h consented to undertake thec of Ladas. 0hge The worthy secretary of Victoria Club, Mr. Thomas ilaydas was presented with a purse ofat' reigns on the eve of his departar ou four months' leave of absencethe on to the illness of his wife in e ea by Mr. Alfred Joseph on behalf aft members. This is the 115 occasion of h running of the Derby in Englath During these years it has been a0, six owners twice in successionu Sir Frederick Standish, Lord 7 mont, the Duke of Grafton, S Hawley; the Duke of Portland and g Earl of Rosebory.

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Market Report. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

Market Report. Matthews Bros. and Plummer report having held a very succsssful market, last Thursday, at their market (Lyons' old stables), when bidding was brisk and prices good. The following were the prices realised:-Butter, 6d to 6-d; eg"s, in good demand3 is 6d per dozen; fowls, from is 5d to 2s Od per psir; turkeys, 8s 6d to 4s 6d, according to size and sex; cheese, 4d to 4}d per lb ; cabbages, is 3d to is 9d per dozen; marrows, 8d each; pumplkins 2d each; potatoes, 2s 3d to 2s 6d per lowt. and a-half bags. A large quantity of furniture and miscellaneous articles were also disposed of. This market will be heldregnlarlyevery Thurs day, commencing at 10.30 sharp. Goods received any time as Harlem's Club Hotel.

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A WOMAN WHO FISHES. She Lives in Connectiout and Makes Considerable Money. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

A WOMAN W1HO- FiSHES. Sho Lives in Csnnecticat and fakes Considereble Money. Miss Melinda Watrouss ismthe fasous fisher woman of Middlesek county, Conn., and though but thirty years old she has been in the fishing line for fLfteen years and bohas no desire to become afisherof men. In fact she lovesheer oceupation too well to In the western part of Middlesex county are many ponds or small lakes, and a good many men harn followed the business of catching fish there through the Ice for years. One of these men was George Wa trous, the father of Melinda. He died six years ago. When fifteen years old Melinda began to assist her father in his work, and ebohe soon became one of the most expert "gear ten ders" on the grounds. A "gear tender" is a person whose work it is to go from line to line and see that the hooks are properly baited and to take off the fish when caught. The men doing this work always wear skates. On skates they can go from one part of the fishing ground to another muck qu...

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Thinks He's a Baby. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

Thinks HIIe's a Baby. Apparently there is no end to the rangaries of mnonomaniacs. In the Blockley alms. house, Philadelphia, is a man once proms-! nent in the city council and weighing 250: pounds, who imagines that he is a baby and enjoys himseltsaprawling on the floor, play ingwith.a pillow andthe like. Some risit ors were recently passing through the wards, when the "big baby" began to cry bitterly. "What's the matter?" one of them asked in alarm. "Boo-hool" cried the 250 pound baby; "you ought to be ashamed of yourselves. All you big men standing there and.letting a little baby like me lie on the floor. Boo-hool"'

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HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

HAY MARKET. M. Messrs. Butler and Moss report :-We sold angehr bay £2 10s ta £3 5s; chafing £2 Gs to £32 12s Gd; straw £1 10s so £2.

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WHOLESALE POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

WHOLESALE POTATO MAIRKET. .,r,, M.. Glassford reports :-Colac. and, Warrnambool districts, 20s to 22s 6d; Balla iat and Trontham, to 25s. Onions, dull £2 1.s. _

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HALF-HOLIDAY TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

HALF-HOLIDAY TEAM, To play against Bunyip at Bunyip to morrow will be chosen from the following who are requesteid to meet at the Railway Station at a quarter to 11 sharp:--Redman (capt), Doddrell, Knights, Mlasterton, Bolton, O'Neill, Livesley, Henderson, Miller, Cartei, Wallker. lCunningham, Lillie, Syme, Blaker, Colquhoun (3), Aspinall (vice-capt.), Whit. taker, Whitburn, Young. Kendall, (2) Jack eon, -Gerand, A. Love, Steadman Blacker, Seanlon, asia A. Brown.

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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

;RECEIPT ANH PAY OFFWE. 1. Cn au . ;)rn r 231. a. (5t'ert' . ( '.:1r-ic Mu. 3. 1(t iclii. in, 1 k:n{t it A. Ilutrhe-u,: ; _ ('; LIO!(dL"r 'IV. )lA. '1',.. u JI..ut in E; S. Spanri"r . . A. Wrigh l.Fil S. Chnnd t"i " d A1. ('. i.3. i11 1J ."F1111 W. . Iin·:I$ T. (iapir F 1S. I. trer Thnrpdale South i.1 L.rkin Cieriinery 1' It. I~e, reirwr E. Weeka P, F. S. \Iisnrave 14. 1.innrleiir 1) Vlnrtlie G. Napieir 1. Ifir.e H. \\' kttti n 1 :':C.tltua W.. A" Gnrdmer '\Inrdiellrli W. Irpb. II, *eili A. C. iiriiu F Ne:. bU' ry F. A. FnxftlI (' M-I1*-,l WI. G. Tong' F. Ni~ S.Lnater irlni.cn 8. Aekin, W. ) 'Neill C. &,lkinl, 11.OS, I r1. AIbik. . aer .1 H iuter A. BI~iiterttort. 11. I ri.ee G. lo irk.. T. I'i Iji, tton t:.L. Fun er T. C. I'.ker 1. T. 1jrlin'rut'e k 1). M4. L'ond \4 * Vt' rh J. A. lloyd a if .1 ('ollt . a T. Carter I TI. 14. UIiarb T.. .Iiar.J:it (U. (harl;nn. T.Sit . Cutlicirt FI" II. .'.SIl:cklefiord A. F~rirl-aoji \I'. SI,Iefe'.I MI. F. Fitz~ertld .1. A. Slcrtlicl d T.j ...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

FOOTBALL, Geeloing beat Port Melbourne, 15 goals"13 behinds, :to 8 goals 2 be hinds. , `Essendon beat Williamstown. 6 goals 14 behinds, to: 8 goals .8 be binds. South Melbourne beat Collingwood, 3 goals°l0 behinds, to 2 goals 10 behinds. .2gas1 Fitzroy, beat Richmond, 9 goals 14 behinds; to 2goals,5 beliinds. Footacray beat Carlton. 6 goals 5 behinds, to 8 goals 8 behinds. North Melbourne best St. Kilda, 4 goals 10 behinds to 8 goals 7 be ninds.

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OUR LETTER BOX. [We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

iOUR LETTER :BOX. j[We ih it t ,b `distinctlyK'nderstood t thoive ajtniecessarilyuphold the views apq'eso dbycorrospondents under this heading.] TO TiHE EDITOR Sm,-A residence of many years in this town has convinced me that energy and enterprinse -.: re. niot 'distinguishing characteristict of the leading men in this town anid district. I have noticed for some time past that active steps are being taken to establish a Bacon Curing Com pany at Mloe, the farmers of; Narracan and others in that shire are'interesting themselves in the matter withZevecy prospect of success. Inotice that in this days ' Argus" that a Bacon ,Curing establishment is about being foarmed :at Nhill a town in the Wimmera' district over 200 miles from Melbourne. Surely. sir, if there was any energy or go in the leading men of this town and district steps ought long since to have been taken in this matter, our splendid soil and climate, and the facilities affordedin every way for the successful workming of such a...

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WARRAGUL TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

WAIRIAGOL TEAM, To play against Brandy Creek at Warragul to morrow afternoon, will be chosen from the following: - Brewer, Munro (2), O'Neill, Thomas, Kirwan, Beeton, McAlister (2), Rhoden (2), Rice (capt.), Duggan, Madeley, Mitchell, Burley, Round, Connor (2), Lillie, Sullivan, Coghlan, Witton, Fullerton, Brad shaw, Coombe, Canali, Masterton, Morrell. Patterson, and Hallihan. The names of the 'seleted 20 will be posted at Hartley's to-day. Players whose names are omitted from the above will kindly notify the Secretary. Ladies will be admitted to the match iree of charge.

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THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

THE DAILIES DISTILLED. A defendant in a civil case at Fitzroy said he had fee'd a solicitor to take up his case, but the solicitor: was not in attendance, and he (defendant) could not recollect his name. " Whae was he like 2" asked Mr. .Kogh, P.M.:. v1Oh, a man about so high,"l iolding his hand about 5ft Bin above the ground, "and some. times a friend of Mr. Lyons's." Wheat market steady at as 4d per bushel for prime iewi. A further advance often shillings per ton in the price of flour has been made by the Millowners' Association. The quotations for roller dressed are now £717s 6d and B8. A witness for the prosecution in the Abrahams case was asked why be had kept:the name of Washington, a work. man in his employ, back until now. Mr. Duffy (prcmptly): "Because Washington wouldn't tell a lie, 1 suppose." Australian factory butter is selling at 82s per cwt. The Londonr and pro. vincial stores have now been cleared. Henry Minnifie, the shop assislant who was found guilty of being undul...

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Receipt and Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

Receipt and Pay. The following accounts are lying at the Receipt and Pay Office, Warragl: 3, T. Allinson, R. Burns, P. Bellingham, A. Cain, J. Clarke, J. Ducey, H. E. Farrall, E. Frost. P'. Oninand' G. Hodges, J. F. Joyce, D. Jones, Rt. Jolly, T. Kelleher, P. Kinnane, C. Leach. T. J. Lonergan, N. 0. McGiuirk, T. M'Low, L. Millar, A. Mackenzie, F. J. MacNamara, J. E. McMahon, W. Manton, E. Moore, L.: Praul, D. Paterson, R. Patterson, W J. Roberts, R. M. Smitn,J. Scott, W. S. Uridge, J. TW. Williams. The police intimate to all persons who sell tobacco that they must be provided with a license, the annual fee is 5is. Com plaints have been made that unlicensed persons are selling tobacco in this district, legal proceedings will at once be taken against all such, and the penalty is .£, so that all who have been in the habit of infringing the law will do well to provide themselves with licenses at once. Sergeant Hillard informs us that he has a list of 24 persons who. will be proceeded ag...

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OFTEN TIRED BUT NEVER WEARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

OFTEN TIRED BUT NEVER WEARY. Let's discuss this point for two minutes. Here's a man who says that at a certain period he began to feel "tired and weary." That's precisely the way he puts it in his letter. Now anybody has a rightito be tired or fatigued (it's the same thing) after labor or much exericse. It's the body's fashion of telling you to hold up, to give it a rest. It is a natural and, in health, with supper and sleep just ahead, a pleasant feeling. But weariness -that's different. That comes from monotony, of waiting, of loneliness. Weariness is of the mind, not of the body. But it can arise in the body, all the same. If this bothers you at first, don't say " Stuff I" " Humbug I" but study up on St. A man may be TIRED and happy, but not WEARY and happy. For weariness means depressed spinrits, and nerves all sagged down in the middle. And when you get both at once you will be wise to find out what's gone wrong. It is a short letter, this is, and we can just as well quote the ...

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GOOD NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 4 June 1895

GOOD NEWS. A good piece of news this evening that everyoue will rejoice over ! The Minister of Railways says that he will be able to keep 2000 men employed on profitable railway work during the whole of the winter. This practically means, he says, that all the unem ployed labor in the city will be ab sorbed by the department. It is actually to be a winter without any unemployed I That is what the Minister promises. It seems almost too good to be true. But we sincerely hope it will be true, and that the con-' ditions will admit of the promise being fully kept.

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