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MY MYSTERIOUS CLIENT. IN TWO PARTS.—PART I. ("Chambers's Journal.") [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

II BYSTERIOUS CLIT. IN TWO PARTS.-PART I. ("Chambera's JournaL") I started to practise as a solicitor without a .bred of influence or connection. I simply ied a couple of third-floor.back rooms in a gloomy city building, exhibited my name on an impoeing brass plate at the entrance door, egaged a diminutive lad fcr a clerk, and wrsted for clients. Needless to say that I found it weary and uphill work for several years; and I used to employ my abundant leisure time in writing short stories for the magazines. I mnention this fact merely because I remember 'ery well that I happened to be thus occupied ane momentous afternoon when my clerk entered the room and said that a gentleman wished to ste Ie. "?What name?" I inquired, shufling away nay writing, and producing a bundle of legal documents which I kept handy for the pur "Please, sir, he says you wouldn't know lim," replied the lad, lowering his voice, " Ha?he come on business, do you think ? I whiosered anxiously. "I think be is all r...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEXT CENTURY. WHAT IT HAS IN STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

THE- .NEXT G· i0U Y WHAT IT HAS 1N ;iTORE.. Tbs editor of " Great TiYeights " ýdb upon the idea of inviting rcyresentatve men in various branches of Eugelsh thought to give him briefly their ides ats tLwhat the twentietbeentury has in store founs. Dr" Joseph Parker was chosen as the master of Itiiis new schoolofthe prophets and holed off jin- a flamboyant style, calculated, o fill tall those whoa came after him with awe.. He prophesied with the airy confidence of one before whom all future things unfolded bhy, and predicted that the nest century was to be almost next door" to the Kingdom of Heaven., None of those who have fillowod him-have attempted souh daring flights int the region of prophecy;. but some of the papers-areof oonsiderable interest _ FOR WOMEN. Lady~.Henry Somerset, for inetance, writ ing oothe position in the twentieth century1 thinks that the emancipation of her sex will be completed, and that it wtll workuntold good for the rame: Ioonfidently expect thatthey willw...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

HERE AND THERE B3 Jomr Pan a?m?Z Parliament was opened last ee by H.E. Sir John lbiddeo, the Adu•l trator of the Government, who adro'e t the Spring street Palace of Eioluete escorted by a smart and well-cryauut detachment of MIounted Constab?. under Inspector Beckwith. The , Artillery or Mounted Rfttie were f l forthcoming. The excuse given is that both had been on military duty o IEtr as the Queen's Birthday. The re reason is that the Government jibbed paying the expense of turning out Isol escort. some L20 or so n a tenth of the expense of a i ter l trip. This is another example of re ?en. meent run mad, on a par withl the Eto of Government fires itn bloy end knocking off of on:e shilling peer eek I the keep of a boaidad-out child, or dt cutting down of polics protection t places where .it is too often wantea Apropos of this lase I should like to t what protection there is for some of t outlying suburban stations when routed men are called in t, do What is reao military duty ? Th...

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

~~B ~ ks, tI1~Y ,C 01 ~ G 0L UNI"ERSITY QR FiUNDS, GPATTA.N ST, EET, TRI LCCOMRODATIOI 1'OFR BOABi)DRo !O L"?E?UAL.T Bpeft bdronmj, furnoihy in the hihest-olno a+t.le, sre p,"?o.?i. Rot ,nd cold woior bath. trootoost Ls buhiiisd. nt yOna ojoinm in the coloJsio OMt-islstn snO poet mnsnieuLv.tion o.,a.onvo?, nvs IOeiv. o -cist t'neh PmUrpeetus on applntion toi thi h wod nte:, Thoma.i PIL?&lr, M.A.LLJ.. Tenmslfor bnanorole, l woinoeo rcequrtu. TIti LD QU±ITIL II"L'. .- - Psup. lpy f*ro i tat nO .?roal..t ý'·P,,7,=-?,:? " ? ?':t ?;,'l" E'-"- '''--" {. . r, TIlE EIER FAl'i EDfi g'Z T~ I t ý} ý ifs ý `'.. ý: : 'ý.L .. ,;_`r,,'ýi' UNIVERSIrTY - I .U DS i Gee nthi s ESebuT II ,~,: O~ hich rtly s.iodO RE the eeane edoosfanib~ i te iges.-clan stle eamo p3osdew. Australin Colony. shflo~oeeoii~o~oddoocehonoend orecvtaasneeoronn HeforJuiyttine Cdno Lover thatchou, vaue bu0 enth. 10 Storling Silver Lever Watches, vabno £3 each. 15 Nick-it Sitver Feyleos Watches, vaiue 30s. ench. fo :Ladie...

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A LITTLE SAILOR HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

A LITTLE BAILOR HAT, They had been married six short months and theywere saying their first gord-bye. In Malt~ harbor the great battle.-hip Rameses was waiting to bear away the sailor husband, and the young wife was clinging to him as though she could never, never let him go. For sixlong months they were to re. main apart. Hlow could she endure it? They had been so happy, their white stone house so charming, and now this sudden blow had fallen upon them, and in an hour he would be gone from her. She is not a pretty woman, as the term of prettiness goes, but there is a fascination about the resolute grey eyes and sweet, fair brow, before wvbich more vulgar charms pale. tier hair is black, abundant and curly; her month very firm and true. She is young, barely twenty, and her name is Estelle. He is ten years her senior, and looks brave, honest and loyal-a thorough English gentleman, and a sailor every inch of him. He worships his wife, and through her holds the whole sex in reverence. ...

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The Notorious Mrs Ebbsmith [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

The Notorious MiPrs Ebbsnmth ----o-- The circumstances of the extraordinary enicide of a Mrs Ebb.Smith in London cabled last month are given at length in the files to hand by the last mail. The deceased was a lady agedi atbot 50 years, and of private means. On 29th March she alighted at the Reading Great \Vestern railway station with a ticket from Paddington to Oxford-Frederick Teos. Cox, brother in-law to the deceased, a timber merchant living at Birmingham, said that abse was for merly Mrs Ebb-Smith, wife of Mr Joseph Ebb- Smith, a solicitor of Wednes bury, and, later, of London, from whom, on her own petition, she was divorced nearly two years ago. Since then she was known as Mrs Alice Smith. Two theatre tickets were found upon the de ceased for admittance 'to a play, en titled The Notorious Mrs Ebbsmith, on Saturday, at the Garrick Theatre. So far as witness know this had no connection with the deceased. The deceased's hus band's name was formerly Joseph Smith, and on account of...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MIELBOURNE. Dep. an.m. PI.m. p.m. Warragnl . .11.9 4.3 7.5.5 Droum .. 11.21 4.50 8.10 Langwarry .. 11.31 5.5 8.25 n3unyip .. 11.38. 5.15 8.32 (inrfield i 11.45 5.28 8.39 Tynung .. 11.52 5.30 8.46 Nar-nar?goon I 12.0 6.40 8.e4 'akenlam . 12.9 5.52 9.4 Beaconefield . 12.2 i 6.14 9.20 Serwiok .. 12.30 6.18 1.21 Dandenong .. 12.53 6.50 9.52 Unkleigh (a) .. 1.16 7.19 - Oaklez8h (d) .. 1.21 7.23 10.16 Melbourne .. 1.45 7.52 10.40 METi,ItOa RNFE 10 WARRA TULI. Dep. a.m a. p.m Melbourne . 7.0 11.0 I 4.30 Onkleigh .. 8.22 12.30 52 Dandenong .. 8.46 1.16 5.28 Berwick .. 9.10 1.42 5.52 13tanonsfeld .: 0.19 1.46 5.56 'akenham .. 09.1 2.7 6.14 Narbnar-goon .. 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tynong .. 9.52 2.231 6.82 Garfield .. 9.58 2..5 6.39 Bunyip .. 10.4 2.49 6.48 Longwarry .. 10.10 3.1 6.55 Drouin .. 10.23 8.21 7.10 Warragul .. 10.38 3.37 7.25 WAIIRAGUL TO TRARALGON. Deplarture. . a.m p.m I p.m Warragl ' 11.08 5.45 7.50 Uloomfield 11.15 5.52 7.55 Darnum .. 11:22 6.0 8.0 Ynarra...

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

Public Notices. -- 'Government Gasette" - SI BEGULARLY ]FI';ED SAtthe OFFICE of this JOUBNAL and can be INSPECTED by the VUBLIC any time during Business Hours. OrientLine of RoyalMailSteamers 'UICKEST Steam Route to England. Steamers leave Melbourne every fort ight for Plymouth and London. -"OIOTAVA .. I52 tons .. June 8. : ORUBA 5.. 52 tons .. June 22 .FAlBE-S-1 15 s to £70. Facilities are now afforded for bring " nout fnenis and relatives from London by. the prepayment of pasFage money. :.-X " r Auserasx. GOLo FrrLoM.--Passen Booked in all .cla=ses for.).Albany-the :.takest route to the fields. Reduce.i flates. 'Per further partieulars" apply to N.. Marshall, Branch Manager 468 and '-490 Collins-street Melbourhs. Don't Be . deluded. You cannot rent -:the vacant .property by merely . hang:rg a card in the window. Tihe man who .:wantsa to catch Dame Fortune's smile must do . . more than Flirt Kwith the lively lady. Thousinds hare tried it. Ilundreds aris at the same gi me to-day, an...

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MARIE. CHAPTER XI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

-4-~-- ,r "fIRENZE.:" CllAPTER I.?~ Conitlscro.) enigs were going on thus satisfactorily, Jolnl her expectations, when one Thurs. ay.fteroo-a, ju t after she had been home tes eeks, a telegram came.for her. In qte of her treng nature, she did not like etag ir tee?nr?ms . They seemed to' savor f i e?, ecspcially in her present state of fA when every sudden thought would sy' to nasrold, and. she opened this one Mtn tremblie- fingers. As she had h?[f muesssd, yet hardly dared 0sink, it was from him. "I must see ra" t said: "wire, may I come? - i,;le read it again and again, she realised Ste 'criis lb d new come. Ihere it was ?:i'it her, and it lay with her to -decide f?ly cn way or the other. she and not been brought to bay like this b!kle had not felt that siae must decide; 32d 2 she thought of it now, and all it rat, the reeponsibility for amoment over helered her. ,be did not wish to do any, hine rashly, or without due consideration -he mld ,tow the telegram to her mother. and ak he...

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POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

POSTALINFORMATION. ENoLs? u MiALs CLose AT GaF.itEAL PoST.OFFICE. Parcles, 4.i0 p.m. the day before steamer leaves. Registered letters, 11.30. a.m. the day mail leaves. Ordinary letters, packets and newspapers 4 p.m. day mu:l leaves. Intercolonial, British and foreign Pareles 'oss.-Limit of weight, 11 lbs. l'ostage-United Kingdom, 2 Ibs or unider, is. 6d.; each additional 1 lb or rider, 9d. India, 1 lb. or under, is.; each additional 1 lb., 1s. Pareles are also forwarded, via London to every colony and country to which the United Kingdom sends tarcels. IRates and particulars can be obtained at any post otfice. GENERAL. Postal Rates.-Inland.-Letters.-Every ounce, 21.; urgent letters, id. additional. Intercoloial.-Ietters.-Every hal foinice or under, 2d. fl'ackets.-Every 2oz. or under, Id. Books and mnagazines.-Every 4 oz. or tnder, 2d, Newspapers, id. -Packets to New South Wales and Queensland, containing articles of any value, must be paid letter rate. Inland Parcel Post.-Limit, 7 f...

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GENERAL BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

GENEERAL BREVITIES 'se celebrated Roquefort cheese is made of sheeps' milk. At a Japanese banquet it is a com pliment to ask to exhange cups with a friend. All over the world sonic fifty-nine languages are represented by news papers. There are 7000 people in Paris who are employed in-the preparation of human ]air for the market. The territory of ancient Trey and:that of the district of Columbia are equal, erenty square miles. Mozambique has 310,000 square miles of ares, and is as large as Germany and Great Britain combined. Dahomey is the smallest State in Africa. It has 4000 square miles. almost the exact size of Connecticut. Although Alsace was under French control for nearly two centuries, the -eople continued to speak German. There are ten " fruit schools" in France where pupils are Instructed practically how to cultivate and husband fruits. By the laws of Afghanistan, when the Ameer dies the whole of his 300 wives must be shot, and the laws are immut. I able. The largest tomb i...

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WIT AND HUMOUR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

WIT AND HUMOUR A highly-perfumed youn_ lady-The myrrhmaid. Tramp (to swell on walking tour): Will yer 'elp a fellow tramp, old pal ? "My sweetheart is neither beautiful nor young," said Downes. "But she is as good as gold." " Ah! It's the gold you're after !"said Bigehce. City Magistrate (sternly): "This is your sixth appearance here." Impudent Prisoner:" Quite right, guv'nor, go up top !" Hobbles : " My wife got me a box of cigars for a birthday present. But I'll be quits with her yet." Bobbles: " What will you do ? " Hobbles: "I'm going to select her next hat myself." " Who is happier," asked a young man of a father, 'a millionaire or a man who has seven daughters?" "The one who has manydaughters." "Why so?" "He who has a million pounds wishes formore -the man who has seran daughters does not." " For marriage choose your opposite." At first I thought that rash, But Ishall choose my opposite- I want a girl with cash. Didn't See It.-Pat: "Are ye good at arithmetei, Mike ?" Mike: "0i...

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NEERIM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

NEERIM. The principle item upon which we pride ourselves at present is the fact that our main road is almost completed, and excluding a break of about 50 chains, we will new have continuous metal from the station to Neerim North. From accounts there is not that unanimity of feeling among the ratepayers anent the works on the main road that there should be. Pity it is that people should not agree in all communities, especially when they are working together for a common end, that of improving their condition both individually and collectively. Our village settlers at Rokeby and at Neerim and Nayook are progressing as well as can be expected, notwith- standing the fact that they are handicapped in various ways. At Rokeby the land is well suited for fruit culture, vines and lemons especially, being fruits which should grow there with profitable results. However, as it takes some years to attain maturity, there is little prospect of our settlers embarking in this line. There is just a p...

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DON'T. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

DON'T. DON'T imagine fora moment tl'it happiness depends upon surroundings, It is more often the result of dis position, DON'T deceive yourself by thinking you can succeed or be happy with `a bad disposition.. Youlcannot. DON'Tmake the mistakeof thinking you can have an amiable disposition if you have bad health or if the is any thing deranged about your system.` DON'T misunderstand the cause" of bad feelings, irregular pains, weak nesses and depressions. ;They all have a common cause. DON'T doubt whatso many eminent persons have declared, that there is one great cause for most of :the troubles of men and women-deranged kidneys. DON'T deceive yourself by allowing these things to run along. Take them in time and by the best and most scientific manner possible. DON'T let anyone deceive you. There is only one great remedy known to the world for the cure'of kidney and liver troubies. Thiat remedy is Warner's SAFE Cure. DON'T hesitate to use it promptly, and constantly, so long as you fe...

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THE GIRLS SOME MEN WANT TO MARRY. VARIOUS OPINIONS. WHAT IS AN IDEAL WIFE? [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

THE GIRLS SOME MEN WANT TO MARRY. VARIOUS OPINIONS. WHAT IS AN IDEAL WIFE   After perusing the cards sent in this week we are more firmly convinced than ever we were that overy girl is someoody's ideal. Strange to say, the quiet, affectionate girl, wrho is nos partioularly pretty. seems to be a greater favorite with our eligible male aeaders than her more showy sister,. As for the "new" woman, she is out of it altogether. Not one single reader expreseea himself in favour of the up-to-date "new" woman, who is at tracting so much more attention than she de serves at present. The fact is that the n?oeral run of men are entirely out of sympathy with these exotic varieties of the fair sex. The mare womanly a woman is the better, say nearly all those who have competed for the prize.

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THE SELFISH OLD BACHELOR'S IDEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 7 June 1895

THE SELFISH OLD BACHELOR'S IDEAL. I am a rich man, and I want a wife who will dress well and, generally speaking, act up to the part of a rich man's wife. She must be handsome and digified-the kind of woman who looks well at the head of the table at a dinner party. I don't care much whether she is able to sing or play well, tor I am well enough off to be able to pay for the services of com- petent musicians if such be required; but he must be a good talker. She must be able to entertain my friends and myself with sprightly conversation. Of course, she must understand the duties of her position. I am fond of a good dinner, and my wife must be able to arrange tasty little dinners that will stimulate the jaded appetite of an elderly man. A poor friend of mine married a woman who did not know the difference between mock turtle soup and tortue claire! Poor fellow! He dines at the club now. Such a woman would kill me in twelve months.

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ANSWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895

ANSWERS. (FROM Tow? AMD COUNTRY JOURNAL.) 0 Value of Wolfram.-The English market for wolfram is a very limited one, and as far as we know there are no buyers in Australia. The value, we are advised froin London, is about £18 to £20 per ton on lots assaying 65 per cent upwards. Native Names.-Can yon suggest a few native names suitable for a house built on the side of a hill 2-Katta maia (hill house), Billagal (down a mountain facing a river or stream), Birdaebirdae (down hill). Galliainbal (up hill). Landlord and Tenant.-If the tenants on an estate get into arrears with their rent and cannot pay, must the trustees make up the deficiency out of their own pockets ?-No ; but they should use proper diligence in getting in the rent. Gold Coinage. - The sovereign when in circulation loses .040, and the half sovereigd .055gr per annum. According to this rate of wear, the "legal life of a sovereign would be 190 years and a half sovereign 9 years of circulation. How to treat New Casks.-Can yo...

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POULTRY REARING LESSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895

POULTRY REARING LESSONS. With the view of encouraging poultry breeding fcr export and of giving instruction m the method;of preparing the birds for the London market, it is intended by the Agricultural Depart ment to exhibit at the forthcoming poultry shows birds in a frozen and unfrozen state ready for export. It is also the intention of the department to send Mr. D. Wilson, the Govern ment dairy expert, and Mr. Hart, the poultry expert, to the Kooweerup, Dandenong, and other village settle ments which are likely to be perma nent, to advise the settlers as to the varieties of poultry to breed for export, and how to rear and fatten them.

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AN ORIGINAL REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895

AN ORIGINAL REASON. * -- - This is how the "Bairnsdale Courier" deals with the Gippsland candidates for a seat in that moribund institution, the Council of Agriculture : -" There is a prevailing- opinion that the Council of Agricultural Education does not serve any useful purpose, and we are not aware that it has ever done anything to justify the expenditure that is necessary to maintain its existence, It is supposed to exercise a superintendence over the agricultural colleges, but this simply means putting a board of laymen in authority over the scientific experts to whom the management of these colleges is en trusted. Surely the care of those institutions could be left to the Depart ment of Agriculture. One of the candidates, Mr. Horstman, of Maffra, promises, if he is elected, to advocate the abolition of- the board, and this is one, among other reasons, for which we would urge the desirability of supporting his candidature."

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ALL SORTS. FUNNY AND SERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895

ALL SORTS. FUNNY AND SERIOUS. -o-- It is not generally known that every time a cow moves her tail to switch a fly she exerts a force of three pounds. In the course of the summer a single cow (it is calculated) uses up 5,000,000 pounds of energy. The cows of Australia are compelled by trouble some ana persistent diptera to throw away power enough to move every piece of machinery in the world. This is exclusive of kicking milkmaids off their stools. The pig in a wild state is a digger. Now, what does he dig for? Many will say for mischief, especially when a strong store pig begins to root up a new-floored sty under your nose, or do a little ploughing in the paddock. No such thing. It. is no more mischief than our taking salt in our food, or going to a doctor when we are out of sorts. In the soil there are all kinds of medicines, vegetable or mineral. The pig knows this, and his natural instinct prompts him to dig for them to clear his stomach and digest his food, and if you do not giv...

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