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CHURCH COLLECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

CHURCH COLLECTIONS. " Serious as are its topics, ecclesiastical history has its comic incidents. Dean Hole, in his " Memories," relates an occurrence, certified to him as an actual fact by the Reverend Dr. Hart, dean of the cathedral of Denver, who writes: 'We have a certain parson whom we keep on the frontier. He is a rough dia mond, and has a knack with the miners. " Not long ago he went to a camp called Rico, borrowed the dance-hall over the saloon for his service, * rounded up his boys,' and the hall was filled. "After the service "ame the collection, a very important feature. "The preacher ran his eyes over his audience, and, selecting a certain' tin horn ' gambler known as ' Billy the Kid,' said "' Billy, take up the collection.' "Very much honoured, Billy took his big sombrero hat and, with an important and dignified air, as was fitting for the oc casion, he made his way to the front and held his hat for a young man on the fore most chair to' donate.' " The young miner droppe...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PEOPLE WHO CAN'T CRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

PEOPLE WHO CAN'T CRY. One of the most carious facts connected wilt mtdness is the utter absence of tears amid the insane. Whbatever the form of madness, tears are conepicuous by their absence, as much in the depression of melancholy or excitement of manta as in the utter apathy of dementia. If a patient in a lunatic asylum be dis. covered in tears it will bhe found that it is one beginning to recover, or an emotional outbreak in an epileptic who is scarcely truly neanoe ; while actually insane persons appear to have lost the power of weeping, it is only returning reason which can once m~re en loose the fountains of their tears. Even when a lunatic is telling one In fervid language how she has been deprived of her children, or the outrages that have been perpetrated on herself, her eye is never even moist. The ready gush of tears which accompanier the plaint of the sane woman contrasts strangely with the dry-eyed appeal of the talkative lunatic. It would indeed stem that tea4 g:-o. r...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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HOW VOICES ARE RUINED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

HOW VOICES ARE RUINED. A musician tells a reporter of the Utica Press" How voices are Ruined." It should be read and remembered by all young singers. Among other things he said: " The three principal sources of damags to the voice are, first, forcing the voice; second, forcing the voice; third, forcing the voice. Constant loud singing has certainly ruined 00 per cent of all the voices in the world. The way to build up a voice is not to use the full force of the tone; but nothing more than medium at the outside. By this the powers are gradually developed and brought under control. It is just as natural ti expectto build an armory in aimouth, as it is to build avoice under three years' constant applica tion. Sir lsorrell laclKenzio gives it as his deliberate opinion, after a vast experience, that a voice cannot be built up in less than seven years, but the musician said that, after fifty years' experience, he had found that three years' practice on the lines indicated above will build...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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"EATING CROW." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

"EATING CROW." How many of us, when we hear our old. fashioned friends use the expression, " I'll make him eat crow," know exactly what the old story was when it was told in the early years of the century P It was first told of General Greene, who encamped with his army near the planta tion of a crusty old believer in the mon archial form of government. He hardly dared let this predilection of his become known, but he hated the American soldiers, and he did not want to have them roaming over his premises, shooting game or p'ssibly stealing potatoes. So he complained to General Greene. who told him that if the soldiers shot any thing to let him know it ; that is, "if they shot anything that they did not eat." What then was the indignation of the old tery to see an American soldier, the very next day, wandering through a grove belonging to him, and to see him, too, deliberately shoot a crow wluoh was sitting upon one of the branches . f a tree, and then set down his musket while he we...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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FARM AND GARDEN. WHERE TO RUN AN INCUBATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

FARM AND GARDEN. WHBEE TO RUN AN INOUBATOB. The inuabator should'be run in a place shere as even a temperature as possible s:qu be obtained; where the variation in temperature will be as little as possible. We have found that a dry, airy, moder ately light cellar secures such csnditions in a remarkable degree. The temperature so even, day and night, and varies com paratively little in cold or warm weather --f course it varies somewhat, but much tees than in rooms all above ground. Where a bnsiness of raising large numbers of ohiakens is engaged in, a special build ing is erected for the incubators. One partially. underground, where this is feasible, is usually built. When the building is all above ground it is best to have it ceiled without and within, enclos ing a dead-air space, and having as few windows as possible. The machineshould never stand where the direct rays of the sun will strike it. The roof, like the rest of the building, should enclose its space of dead air. The one ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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DISTRICT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

DISTRICT COURTS. -0 Courts of Petty S csssiozs will Le hell at tuidturiotuiioiird piiaces for the ycar as iidecr: Y.\ 11:AG(ON. -- Skcuul lfssday in each month at I: noun. SumIIoa:.Cn is.o cd nrC V.A tlA:L,.-E tcern Tool Ian at 11 a.11 it inotit (o.1 it t10 aily, enairpt %tuhin the ci'I 1 i uat otuther cnortu. hh1:otftt.-wl'c.i the it ii~ rNt ittl011 osothi-ell a1111t111h it 1 . :;t1 othet. 0 Sum.v lt.\AII1Y CtE!EK-IN. ' dray' iti theu 2(1 fall t1:e itl in ea tuotihhi i hat tIaI .11. Stun 1non-0'c· i>-1(01 ,lcerionl· TIII11·.lln.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

W. BAILEY, GRAIN & PRODUCE MERCHANT MAIIKET BUILDINGS, 410 Flinders-lane Melbourne, ELLS on Commission Daily cx llailway stations and Wharves. Great care exercised to obtain highest prices. Account Sales and Payments promptly rendered. Charges moderate. Correspondence invited SEstablished 1852. NoTz.-On hand all kinds English Agri nultural Seeds. Loans Arranged on Grazing-and Farming Land. THE NATIONAL TRUSTEES, EXE CUTOBS and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRALASIA, LIMITED, Capital Subscribed, £150,000;. Paid up £30,000; Reserve Fund, £23,400. DmEcTrons: ion. N. Fitzgerald, M.L.C., chairman; Hon. Walter Madden. M.L.A., W. Cain, Esq., J.P.; Hon. W. I. Winter Irvini. M.L.C.; M. O'Shanassv, Esq., J.1'. MI, D. 3I'Eachern, Eeq. Empowered by Special Act of ',:rliamsent to act as executor. tru-tee .t frLet - Ir nt(-te. Managing Director. Hon. W.3Ai)DEN,M.L.A J. H. 3IACOBOY, S:cretalr. 454 (late 117) Collins Street. corner William street, MIELBOURISE. LUZ~r . THE NEW LIGHT. NEW AMERICAN ILL...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

LOCAL NEWS. Many people will reemobcr r that about two years ago Mr. C. Sargeant, M.L.C., introduced a Bill into the Legislative Council having for its object the legalisatiou of voting by post at the Upper lHouse elections. Considerable opposition was, of course, displlyed towards the measure-an )opposition which invariably meets every bencelicienlt reform in its prim;:r.r st:apes-anid eventually the Bill got in detliitely " hung up." Since th-n, however, the ides has been mooted in several other quarters, and the -'rah. ran Council is now desirous of apply ing the principle to municipal elections. h circular, embodying the suggestion, was read at the meeting of the B1ul Buln Council on Tuesday, and solicited the assistance of the Council in having the proposal made law. Councillors, however, seemed very luke-warm in the matter. Councillor Currie, true; to the economical instincts of Scotia's race; asked if the innovation would re- i suilt in a reduction of the costs of elections, ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

FLETCHER'S PILLS never fail to cure INDIGESTION, COSTIVENESS, SOUR BREATH, iBAREBURN, - LIYER DI?EAE, ai .. FLLT C I'S PF,: :·L S Aud p EM E ENTS TONIC are the Tecognised household remsidies of the Australian colonies, and every design= ing quack tries to trade on their reputitioia and renown. This is the grgatest proof of their merit, and suffere's want to be particulas to get ~lle gellqio artolel as regret and disappointment are sure to follow the usp of the thousands of " All-failing" remedies so freely advertised. The reputation apd wide-spread use of Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Lills are tile greatest proofs yf ti eir appreciation by the pulblic. If they were not as represented they 'woild have passed out of memory long ere this; bui i;istead their sale is gaeater and they are more esteemed day by day and week by week and this emphatically proves their un disputed suprecmacv. Listen to, no arguneit fromn interested par;ies; demanud the genuine article and TAI, NO SUBISTITUTI,...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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"LADIES' NIGHT." A PLEASANT INNOVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

"LADIES' NIGHT." A PLEASANT INNOVATION. Encouraged by the success of the "'Pound Night," some few weeks ago, the Wurragul branch of the Australian Natives' Association determined to take a somewhat bolder step, and introduce a novelty in the shape of a ladies' night; which it was arranged should take the form of a concert, with a couple of hours' dancing, to w~ind up, light re freshments to be distributed during the evening. Invitations were issued to both ladies and gentlemen for last Tuesday evening,-with the result that the Masonic.hall was taxed to its full capacity. The hall was tastefully decorated for the occasion, and small tete-a-tete tables distributed indis criminately about the room, the effect being decidedly novel and cheerful. The chair was occupied by Mr. R. Hillard, President of the branch, who remarked that he was pleased to welcome such a large gathering. On previous occasions they had been unfortunate, the weather being uupropitious, which bad marred tlhe enjoyme...

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GIPPSLAND RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

GIPPSLAND RAILWAY TIME TABLE. IMOE '0 T'IILORPDALE. Delarture 1+p.m. lp.m. loe .. . 1.55 .0 North Coalville .. - - Coulvillo .. 12.35 1.20 Narraeen .. , 12.11 9.2( Thlorpdale .. 12.55 9.40 TIIORIPDALE TO 30IOE. Departure a.m. 12.. Tlhorldale .. 8.35 2.0. lNarracan .. 8.4?5 2.14 Coalville .. 1.10 2.20 North Coalville .. .- - Moe .. .. "1.10 2.40 GREAT SOUTHIEIRN LINE. U1 a. -. 1.111. Port Albert - 12.I0 Foster - 2:0 0 Leongatha . .6 3 d. 11.45 .1 ilubv .. .. 7.5 4.50 Kardella .. 7.0 5.5 Iiorunburr a, 7 . '.5 50 S?d 7.13 .40 WVhitelaw .. .. 7.8 5.48 enlta .. .. 7.50 5.53 Jeetho .. .. 8.2 Loch .. .. 8.10 .20 Nyura 8.. 8.28 0 Lang Lang.. 8.38 6.55 Caldermeade .. 8.4 7.8 uriullitlh .. 8.40 Koo-wee-ru . 8.51 7.30 K.u-wee-rule W. e Tooradin .. .. 0.22 7.4 Clyde .. .. 10 7.58 Cranbourne . .57 .10 Lynldhurst.. .. 10.15 8.25 D]ndedoee..m a 10.25 SI Da 1nenon0g1 8 Melbourne ..e 11.40 . .51i DOU N i .m. p)1. Melbourne .. . 16.10 . SDand7ion : DalO :7.'47 (1.10 Lyndhurst .. .. 8.2 6.2 CrrllUourn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Business Advertisements. . ^f 0 i C W. MATCHETT, - Wholesale and Family Butcher, - .st slcceeedcd R. LANCASTER & CO., of th. -I SOMERSET BUTCHERY, Queen-st., Warragul. d?act of very best quality. I Small Goods a Specialty & Always on Hand. , IEU.n C maE Fon & PnoMPTLv DELIlvl"RD. "~' The Leading Establishment of the Town. - SUITS ! SUITS ! .SUITS :! TO SUV'IT - *i'E 3IM' S A. J. HARRIS, The well-known & well-tried Tailor, Has Just Received His New Winter Stock of. Worsteds, Tweeds, Vicuna Serges, &cC., &c. A.. J. ?? is now making SU ElS at the following prices : Tweed Suits from 40s, Vicuna Serges 50s,. ' . Trousers ?rom I2s 6d. The above is Well Cut, Well Trimmed and Well Made: We have also a Large Stock of Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &c., at Prices that cannot be beaten. Note Address QUEEN STREET, TN7ARRAG-UL. Business PUBLIC NOTICE. OLD HAY AND CORN STORE A\,o CHAFFING WORKS. ,I' P. 31YEllS begs to notify his ,llomerous custom...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

DEATH. KENDALL.-On the 16th inst., at his residence, Victoria-street, Warragul, Christopher Ken- dall, the dearly beloved husband of Mary Kendall. Aged 51 years. The remains will be interred at Macedon, this (Friday) morning.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

Auctioneers' Notices BulnBulnFortnightlyMarket SATURDAY, G26r MAY, 1891. 4 WTM; HAMILTON & CO. will scll'by II public auction, at their yards, Turf 1Club Hot.'l, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owner 8 good Springers Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Ac. W3M. HAMILTON A- CO., Warragul, and 151 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 1st JUNE, 1864. XHTM. HAMILTON & CO. will hold their next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the aboredate. when they will.offer Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &e. WM. IIAMILTON & CO., Warragul. and 154 Queen-street, Melbourne. Lecngatha Fortnightly Market. THURSDAY, MAY 21. \ 3,TM. HAMILTON & CO. will hold their next Fortnightly Market at their Yanrds, Leongatha,- as above, at 1 o'Clock, when they will offer Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Ac. Entries invited (all stock advertised free of charge at Warragul or Leongatha offices, or 150 Queen-st., Melbourne. For Sale and To Let. FOR SALE. rfjwo DRAUGH...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. ecting of this Council was held Tuesday, and was attended by rI'lident l]ookless and Crs. Aikman, ;arr, Currie, Lacey, Murray, Sullivan and l'rctsclhaclk. cOi trolmONDiENCE. 1.rom William Simpson, Lardner, ilg that his wife's name might be .tcc,1l on the ratcpayers' roll. I.rol Ilenry Saviu, Neerim, object ,, to he alienation of the road east his lald, parish of Nayook, and host of MIr. A. Wilson, senr.'s, parish oef enn.-Received. Irolu P. Faragher, Drouin, request 0i ,tension of footpath from Presby 1n ;llCurcht, round the corner, to : cud of allotmenlts built on.-See 1roul l]. Lennox, Larduer, asking i retoval of trees which endangered .prtopertvy.-To be done on usual .:littions From F. Robinson, I)rouin, draw attention to dangerous condition briige between John Venell's and lacc onil Labertouche road.-See Ilronl, 1I. O'llara, Neerim South, a o'n, for 10 days' extension of his eInta:t on Necrim road.-Agreed Froln 1i. Saunderson, making .si',tr request in ...

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MASONIC SERVICE AT TRARALGON. SERMON BY THE REV. J. HALL ANGUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

MASONIC SERVICE AT TRA RALCON. SERMON BY THE REV. J. HALL ANGUS. The Argyle Lodge of Freemasons held a special service in aid of their charities on Sunday afternoon last in the Traralgon Mechanic's Institute. The'large hall. was fully filled, and coinsiderableo interest-was manifested in the proceedings. A strong choir from the Episcopalian and Presby terian churches was present, under the leadership of.Bro. J. S. Milligan, Misshlickox officiating at the organ. About 40 members of the craft were present, and as they marched 'into the hall, according to the.rules of the order, in full regalia,' and with the various insignia of office. the spectacle was very imposing. There were present :-Past officers, Bro. 11. C. Jones I.P.M.; J. Campbell, P.M.; E. A. W. Coates, P.hM.; B Harvey P.M. Present officers, Bros. J. Hall, W.M.; H. E. Hendcn, treasurer; W. West, secretary ; R. Canfield, S.D,; G. Diwning, J. S. ; A. W, Gleadcll, I.G.; C. Steadman, J.D. Members -W. Mason, A. G. Mowatt. T. Pra...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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CROSSOVER DIGGINGS. OUR WEEKLY LETTER. THURSDAY MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

-CROSSOVER DIGGINGS. -OIJR WEEKLY LETTER.' -0- (FRlOM OUi" CoiRESPOSDENT.) . THURSDAY MORNING. Story I God-bless-you 1I have none to tell, sir. T-hings are about' their ordinary' level. Live Horse is the most "live" spot at present. One morning last week I. saw a party of three mein eelling at the store gold to the value of £15, unearthed in that quarter, and later on two :strangers came in-" new chums"-and, with out intimating who they were, or where they came from, sold £12 worth of gold. A digger who was making purchases at the store'at the time, on observing the find, started to track the strangers, but they proved one too many for him. The strangers being conscious - that they were watched remained in the locality till night-fall, when they took their departure un observed. Various rumors are afloat concerning the incident. THEY KEEP IT DARK. I find it very easy to get reliable information of discoveries which ultimetely" turn out to be of little consequence. But the more impor...

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RETURNED FROM COOL-GARDIE. TO TRY THE CROSSOVER DIGGINGS. THE WEST NO PLACE FOR VICTORIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

RETURNED FROM COOL. CARDIE. TO TRY TlHE CIOSSUOEP DIGGINGS. THE WEST NO PLACE F0ll\ VICTORIANS. -0--o- Three diggers froaa Coolrr. arrived at the Crossover oi 11-?I?i last. They assert that the . Australian gold-field is rio place i. Victorians who have such a large fi,, of untried country as Gippland. When they left Coolgardle the r10i was lined with miners. Evter ii, was on the tranip. A little gold ?? being got by a few, and only the l were making anything. Privat io famine. stared everyone in the i,, They state it was a sorrovful sightat see so many men on the road Cinrto to the field, mean with not ti.u slih:t idea of mining nor the remotest eiti:,,. of getting anything to do. The lpai cay that every ounce of geld woti t Coolgardie was costilng the finl. a very heavy sum.

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JESSIE'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

JESSIE'S DREAM. BY G. COHESBT RICnARDSeOx. "Do you mean it, Jess ?" And a horny hand grasped the girl's delicate wrist. "Be keerful, now, before you answer, for I don't feel like triflin'." "Bill Jackson, I wouldn't marry you if you were the last man on earth!" Then, as the man's grip tightened, the girl changed her tone, and in a pleading voice said, "Please let me go, Bill ! You know I couldn't marry you, for for-" "Because you love that sneakin' engineer, or think you do I" hissed Bi I. "You needn't play the baby act for him, for I've sworn ho'll never marry you." Now the black eyes flashed fire, and with an angry wrench the girl tore her wrist from the man's grasp. " So this is your pretended love-to threaten and abuse a helpless girl ! God forbid that I should ever be the wife of such a man! Bill Jackson, never dare to speak to me again I" Cowed and dismayed by this display of spirit, the ruffian drew back as though struck, and turning, slunk along the railroad track, muttering...

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GRAVE AND GAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 18 May 1894

GRAVE AND GAY. It is the restaurant keeper. who:conducts business on a hand-to-mouth basis.,, Speaking of coincidences, it is worthy of remark, that kiss, miss and blisserhyms r felicitously. In a frotball team it is always allowable to kick before and after, but not during the match.. Noodle-' I find it very hard work to collect my thoughts." Maud-" Papa says it is always difficult to recover small amounts." When a woman is too busy to glance over an old love story in a paper when she is cleaning house, she is terribly busy. Wife--"The doctor says I need a change of climate." Husband--"Well, the sky looks as if we'd have it in a few honrs." After the Bawl.-He (in anger)-"I don't know why we men marry anyway; women are such fools." She (sweetly)- "That's jnut the reason, dear," Mrs bnaggs-" What a noise that donkey makes when be brayis" Mr Snaggs-" Yes, and yet some people class donkeys among the dumb animals." Eastern man (in the Rockies)-" This is a good, he Ithy country, isn't it...

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