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THE YOUNG FOLKS Two Little Bits of Sky. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

THE YOUNG FOLKS Two Little Bits of Sky. A little white bonnet is moving about 'neath cloud banks of lowering grey; Little pink fingers are stealing by force babe blossoms from leaf friends away. Wee stolen flowreet do joyously shine, for each little earth-star eye Sees, peeping under two little lids, two little bite of sky. Flowers have watched the song birds soar right into the distant blue. Their petals have almost fluttered in flight, bat ne'er have they reached there too. Now, lovely blue to all hidden in grey, yet flowerets see more nigh Than e'er since they ope'd they have seen be fore, two little bits of shy. Little white bonnet bobs up and down, sky bits coae yet more near. Babe blossom petals from tip to tip quiver, but not with fear. And then-ah joy flees, in sorrow flowers droop and close up their eyes to die. Two little lids have dropped peacefully o'er two little bits of sky. -Evyrr c..

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mutiny of Two Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

The Mutiny of Two Dogs. One afternoon two dogs lay on the sunny side of a straw stack. Both looked downcast. Bluff, a collie, looked sorrowful, while Carlo, a yellow kangaroo dog, was sullen and ill tempered. "' 'll not do anything for him again. I had a good mind to bite him for the way hebeat ma. and only for racin ovw the flower beds a afew times and breaking half a dozen flowers." "Yes," whined Bluff, "but those half dozen wero some new and choice plants. I tried to run clear of them until you caught me and rolled me over, and your legs are so long they are allover the place. While you were crushing me against that chrysanthemum ,our hind feet were in that bed of new pansies. " Well if my legs are long, they need to be to hunt and catch game. I shall go away and live in the bush. I will not own Master Tom; he beat us so unmercifully." "Yes, he was cross to-day," admitted Bluff, " but he had been kept in all the dinner.time for not knowing his lessons, and his father had told him...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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A True Story. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

A True Story. "What shall I bring you back from town to day " asked a Mexican farmer, indulgently, as he looked down at three pretty upturned faces. There was a moment's pause, and then they all cried with one accord, "Oh, papa, get us a pony, a dear little pony; we want one so much." The father smiled, but did not promise to fulfil this ardent wish; so you may imagine with what impatience the three httle girls awaited his return. The day had never seemed so long. At last he came back, bringing with him a darling little black pony, with a long, flowing mane and til and four little whiteo etoch?nged feet. The children were delighted with him, and he seemed just as pleased with them. The pony's name was San Jose, and in a few days he became the pet of the whole family. Wherever the children went, San Jose accom panied them, and when he wanted them to come out and play with'him, he would go and knock with hisihoofs on the door till they heard him. One day they were all out in the woods...

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Terrible Struggle With a Lion. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

Terrible Struggle With a Lion. A message from Zomba, dated 21satNovember, says :-"The last issue of the " British Central Africa Gazette" gives particulars of the death of Dr M'Kay, surgeon on board Her Majesty's ship Pioneer, who was killed by a lion in October last. It appears that the doctor was left by the Pioneer for a few days' shooting at a village near the south-west corner of Nyasa. Two days later he started with three boys to saboot elephants. After walking for some hours they came to a pool of water, and. seeing a lion and lioness a few yards distant. Dr M'Kay fired twice at the lion. He wounded it, and both animals made off for the jungle. Two of Dr M'Kay's native attendants ran away, but the doctor and his Zanzibari boy Musa went in search of the wounded lion. They espied the beast crouching down fifteen yards away, and M'Kay fired at the lion's bead. At that mistant the lion sprang upon the dostor with a terrific roar, and a deadly struggle took place. Dr M'Kay lost ho...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

Public Notice. T. W. QUINLAN, Carpenter, Builder &8 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 & PATTERSON'S Office. Orders Received and' Executed as Usual. J. DODDS, TEACHER of MUSIC Oigan; Piamnoforte 8& Singing. - Visits Neerim on Saturdays:--' aDREssE-., VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL HOMIEOPATHIC MEDICINES or SrECIsAs PURITY & STRENGTH Pn• . i;,, , , :.. MARTIN & PLEASANCE, :180 Collins St;, Melbourne. SPECIALITIES: TINCTURE O'F PODOPHYLLIN. Tincture of Podophyllin for Biliousness,; Torpid Liver, & c. Bottles,. 1/-, 1G6, &c. CAMPHOR PILULES. Camphor Pilules, for the Prevention of Colds, &c. Bottles,.1/G, 92/6 NEURALINE. Neuraline for Facial Neuralgia, Tooth ache, Sciatica, &c. Bottles, 1/6 each. SANTONIA ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

THE MARKETS. FAB~R AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT' The Fresh Food and.' Frozen Storage Company report :-Cheese.-Prime . new cheese sold at 4dto 41d.; medium 3d.to 3d ; prime matured, 4&d to id. Potted Butter.-' Prime fresh at 6( d to lid. Fresh Butter. prime dairies from 8d. to Sid, a few spec:al lines higher; inedium to good, from 6d to 7id, inferior. lower. Eggs-selling to Is Gd. Bacon. - Town sides, 4Ad to 5d'per lb'; dountry 5d to 5.d per lb. Hams.-Town lid to 7d per lb; country from 4d to 6d per lb. lBeeswax, lid. Lard.--Bladders, 3d to 4d; Honey.--Fine clear garden sold at 21d ; market good. Carcase I'ork,; 22d to 2.1d. per lb ; medium 2d.- ' Poultry,-Tur keys, to 9s Gd per pair; geese, 3s- to 4s 9d per pair ; fowls is 4d to 3s 3d pair, accord ing to quality; ducks, 2s to 2s 7d per pair.

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BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. -0- A meeting of the Buln Buln Shire Council was held on Tuesday, and was attended by Cr. Bookless (in the chair), and Crs. Aikman, Currie, Hogan Stewart, Petschack, Winter and Murray. CORRESPONDENCE. From G. Feltscheer. Neerim apply ing to be provided with an approach to his selection.-See engineers report on Crowe's road. From Mi. Ross, "Kanawha," Neerim drawing attention to the very bad state of the cutting known as Crowe's hill, and asking that attention be given to it.-Cr. Hogan to re port, From office cf Lands and Survey informing the council that a road 50 links wide would be taken along Irwin and Smith's allotments, Neerim, as soon as Olsen completes his fencing. Received. From C. M'Callum's and H. M'Lean Tarago. asking for the unexpended portion of the vote for M'Callum's road (£8 5s).-Agreed to, if the con tractor will wait for the money. From S. Naylor, Neerim South, desiring the council to have the undergrowth out on his road, s...

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Narracan Farmers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

Narracan Farmers' Association. A meeting of the Narracan Farmers' Association was held in the Institute on Saturday evening, Mr. H. Reid in the chair, in the absence of Mr. Hamilton, the president, through illness. Messrs. Gamble, Budge, and the chairman reported the result of the meeting at Moe, for the purpose of furthering the interests of the proposed Bacon Factory, which was of a very satis factory nature. They also reported the proceedings of the meeting of the Moe to Walhalla Railway League at which they had been present at the same place, and Messrs. Gamble, Budge and Fry with the chairman were appointed delegates to attend future meetings of the league, on behalf of the Narracan Farmers' Association. Subscribers are requested to notify us if their papers do not: reach them regularly, in order that we may investigate the cause of their non-delivery. We hear that Mr. Briggs, blacksmith, Yarragon, hassoldhis business to twosons of Inspector Gullick, of 'Warragul, and that they...

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"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

"PUNCH" PICKINS. George Giffen has been presented with a purse of £400 in recognition of his services to South Australian cricket. The public has a natural aversion to seeing a good cricketer unappreciated. That does not extend to journalism, unfortunately. Sir T. F. Buxton, the new S.A. Governor, is a very mild-looking gentleman with a shaven upper lip, and air of great humility. He is a strist teeotaller, and partner in a big brewing business. Evidently he holds that principles are quite apart from business. Queensland offers a prize for the best' new cane-cutter. Schoolboys will doubtless feel a keen interest' in this competition. The newest of the new women of London have taken to opium smoking as a novel vice. It is now found that the effects of opium smoking are not nearly so deadly as was at one time imagined. A South Melbourne State-school boy (evidently one who reads the papers) asked to give the feminine of "Mayor " the other day, promptly replied--" Mrs. Yates." The Empre...

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OFTEN TIRED BUT NEVER WEARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

OFTEN TIRED BUT NEVER WEARY. Let's discuss this point for two minute Here's a man who says that at a certa period he began to , feel " tired a" weary." That's precisely the way he [p is it it his letter. Now anybody has a right to be tired or fatigued (it's the amlue thing) after labor or muIch exericse. I the body's fiashion of telling you to holt up, to give it a rest. It is a natural and, in health, with 'supper and sleep just ahead, a pleasant feeling. But weariness I -that's different. That comes from monotony, of . waiting, of loneliness. Weariness is of.the lind, not of the body. But it can arise in the body, all the same. If this bothers you' at first, don't say " Stuff'!" ". ubugmbI' but study up on it. A man may be TimE, and happy, but not w?eaR and happy. F'or weariness means depressed spirits, and nerves all sagged *dowmwifi'tlie tliiddle.. And when you get btkhatii' oybie yo wiltbe baise to hfinount what's gone wirong,.?. -'. irtis-a short letter, this is, and re can - ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

Business Notices. SCHWEITZER'S "THE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." i- HAY, CORN- & SEED-DEPOT. --:O:- T. T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & Chaff Merchant (LATE A. P. MYERS & CO.) Napier-street, Warragul. flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety. (- Horse Feed, Fowls' Feed, Grass Seed, Potatoes, &c. BONE DUST- --BONE DUST, - All at the Lowest Possible Prices. - MRS. J. ROSS, - Queen Street, Warragul- H AS a Large and Varied Collection of STATIONERY, CHILDRENS' TOYS, SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such as Boo'ks, Slates, Bags, Ac., IHABERDASHERY, Cottons, Wools and Crewel Silks. Tube Oil Paints, and the beautiful Enamel Paints. Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFECTIONERY. Agent for Singer's Sewing Machine and Requisites. Also Fruit and Vegetables in Season. CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps forSale. - TE.ET T. - tEETH From One Guinea a Set ! "TEETH ___ TEETH TEETHMR. JOHN STEWART, TEETH Registered Surgeon Dentist TEETH or Tre TEETH TEETH Parad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

Anotioneers' Notices iENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - STOCK ENTERED FOR THE BULN k BULN AND WARIRAGUL MARKETS FREE OF CHARGE. - Valsafions Undertaken -Loans Arranged. LocAL REPBESTATVE Or ME9SRS. WM. HAMILTON & CO. Bmln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 15rt JUNE, 1895. WTM. HAMILTON & CO. will sell by VV public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel. on above date, at 1 o'clock 5 good Dairy Cows 6 Heifers, 18 months I Heifer, Syr old 1 Potato Moulder and Scuffler 1 Single-furrow Plough I Farm-dray, and some sundries WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragal, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Watragul Monthly Market. FBIDAY, 29miS JUNE, 1895. W M. HAMILTON & CO. wilihold their next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the abovedate, when they will offer- Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & co., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne ...

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WARRAGUL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

WARRCUL SHIRE COc A meeting of th i~ Council was held oft 1aFagot 1I was attended by Preside1 i?, and OCr. Afleek, Coenid0 t larvie, Smith, and \\aitor. connEI' ,0)EoSree From G. and L. Johln, drawing attention to a drain Do of his property, the water al he feare I would overflow ,l ° ; the winter.-Secretary to ten From J. L. Jacobs, call atten to bad state of drain rouina0 tEt west from culvert isn jie s" along bottom of his proet t secretary's report. From Shire of lhuther; . council's support to tht resolution: " That the Cent of Health be requested to Government Analyst, or a to carry out analyses for at a fixed fee of i analysis. without suchli c being required to pay any retti to such analyst." -Ared to. From J. H. Peters, com cattle wandering about the glrt damaging gardens.-Deal"l motillon. ACCOUNTS. The following accounts Were paymllent:-- e" J. Fagin t Brooks and Whitehoad "i tl Black and Armstrong " 11I Colonial Gas Association I Country Fire Brigades Board I W. T. Frazer...

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THE COMING GOVERNOR. AN INTERVIEW. HIS LORDSHIP'S "EXTRAVAGANCE." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

.THE COMING GOVERNOR. AN INTERVIEW. -0 -o--O HIS LORDSHIP'S "EX TRAVAGANCE." The English paper " Out and Home," publishes an interesting in terview with Lord Brassey on the subject of the Victorian Governorship. In the course of his interview bie Lordship took occasion to refer to some matters of personal interest : "And how do you regard your coming departure for Victoria ?"--he was asked. °' With great pleasure. '.I would,' if the truth were known, be content to stay at home, but I feel that we are all bound to serve our country in what ever way we-best can. I think I can serve her interests with advantage by going to the colonies. We must all him at binding closer the bonds bet ween the mother country and the colonies, and I hope to aid in the work of Imperial importance. I go with great; satisfaction to myself, because I have many friends there. I know the colony and will be no stranger to it. My only sddness is that I am going to leave my family for some years, and slacken ties...

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FOOTBALL. STORIE CUP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

FOOTBALL. STORIE CUP COMPETITION. The following is the draw in connec tion with this competition ; all matches to be played on Wednesdays : -JUaE 10 Warragul v. Halt-Holiday at Warragul. Brandy Creek v. Bunyip at Brandy Creek. -JuE 20 Brandy Creek v. arragul at Brandy Creek. Half-Holiday v.Bunyipat \arragul. -JULY 3 vacant JULY" 10 Warragul v. Blunyip at Warragul. Brandy Ck. v. Half-Holiday at Brandy Ck. --Jutc 17 Warragul v. Half-Holiday at VYarragul. Bunyip y. Brandy Creek at Bunyip. -JurL 31 Brandy Creek v. Warragul at Brandy Creek Half-Holiday v. Bunyip at Warragul. -AuensT 7 Half-Holiday v. Brandy Creek at Warragul -Bunyip v. \Varragul at Bunyip.

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HALF-HOLIDAY v. BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

HAIL-HOLIDAY v. DUNYtP. The Half-holidayites met the Bunyip team on. the Bunyip ground on Wednes day last, and, after a severe tussle, came home victors by .1 goal 0 behinds, the scores being-H. H., 5-8; Bunyip, 4-2. Play commenced shortly after 3 p.m., and during the first quarter the home team played havoc with the visltors, kicking no less than- 3 goals to nil. The second quarter Bunylp increased their score to 4-1, whilst the H's had made 1-3. Three-quarter play stood--Bunyip, 4-2; IH. H., 2-5. In the last quarter the visitors, by a succession of rallies, had the oval well in hand, and wheo time was called the result was Half.holiday, 5-8; Bunyip, 4-2.. The goal kickers wvere-H. H.---Ken dall (2),. Livesley, O'Neill and Jacksoh; for Bunyip, Hobson (2), Hart and Light body. Redman captained the visitors, whilst Hobson acted in a like capacity for the home.team. . . Great excitement was caused by this win as it puts the H's some points ahead in the competition. and several wagers ...

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A 'Varsity Game in America. BRUTAL ROUGHNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

A 'Varsity Gamle in America, BRUTAL ROUGHNESS. All good worthy stay-at-home people, who from the shelter of their dove-cots look out with horror upon the world of footballing, are quite satisfied that rough play, and its accompanying lurid lan guage, only come from " low, ignorant fellows." So that these honest folks may submit their ideas on the subject to suitable revision, we reproduce the fol lowing paragraph : The game of football as transplanted to America would appear, to judge from the annual match between Yale and Harvard Untvereities on November 24 of last year, not to err on the side of effeminate softness. Indeed, in consequence, it is said, of "bad feeling " between the rival teams, this match seems to have been played with actual brutality. At any rate. Wrightington was thrown down, having his collar-bone broken, and being otherwise badly hurt by being jumped upon while on the ground ; Mackie, having been previously struck by Marchy, retaliatedby a terrific blow in the...

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SOME REMARKABLE IMPOSTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

SOME REMARKABLE IM POSTURES. --o .Tha list of strange impostures in history would of itself fill pages; the narrative of their conception and fulfilment would occupy severalvolume,. Some of them have been quite purposeless; some of them have been daring and well effected; but the shrewdest and most daring of them all have been crimi ral in design, and too often successful. An apparently purposeless imposture was perpetrated in Saltcoats at the beginning of thiscentury. Helen Oliver, a maidservant ata farmhouse, was supposed to be courted by the ploughman there, but this person proved to be a woman in disguise. Helen then helped herself to a sunit of her brother's clother, took his name of John, and marched off to Glasgow as a boy. She learned the trade of a plasterer, and worked atit in several towns fur a year or two, her sex being unsusneoted. To completo the imposture, she even courted a girl, and oqe~red her marriage. Finally, after several adren:nres, she was compelled to admit...

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Mistress of the Lions. The Melbourne Lady Lion Ta[?]er. A CHAT WITH HER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

· Sist1ess of the1 ions,. The[ Melbourne Liady Lion Tanmer. A CHAT WITH HER. By ItIrra. When IEreales went to accomplish the fiwi? ot his twelve labors. and found his. brazen club and arrows-albeit he was a demigod and had received his arms f.oe the gods useless in his contest with the Nemean lion he finally prevailed with his "naked hands." To-day, i Meilboarne, an unasnoming little woman who does not call Jupiter. and Alcmene parentrand Amphitryonstepfather, assures me thatthat is the beat wayto handle lions. It is her "tested rempo,"asto speak. Does not a little thing like that strip the glamor from the legends of theheroi age. The lady will not letme tell you'her name, though quite willing that Ishould repeat her. gossipaboat herpetr; Certainly the most amiable lion-tamer in the world eaholookedas he esat in herarnchair with her little golden-haireddaughte--pLeying at her knee while she instructed me in lion lore. "Idonotknow thatI have very much to tell you," washer preface to ...

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MRS CRUTCHLEY'S DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

MRS CRUTCHLEY'S DILEMMA. ----- The bedroom door was softly opened, and Elise,the confidential maid, caine in with Mra Cratchley'a breakfast. "Is Madame rested ?" she inquired, gently drawing back the curtains. " There is no rest for the wicked, ma boone Elise !" Mrs Crotchley ronlied, with one of those brilliant smiles which are the charm of all spoilt children. Elite shrngged her shoulders, and poured out the tea. "If Madame only listened to me -- " she stopped short and looked mysterious. Mrs Crntchley leant forward eagerly. " EIl bien, et co petit Desmond, done ' interjected Elise. Mrs Crutchley collapsed back on her pillow with a groan of disappointment. Elsie merely put some sugar into the tea, and pro ceeded to stir it delicately. "Are there any letters " inquired Mrs Crutchley, after she had finished the cup. Elsie smiled. " What do yout mean!" her mistress de manded petulantly. "Le petit Diamond writes all night and comes by the first post; and here he is, le pauvre cher hom...

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