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THE BISHOP AND THE AUSTRALIAN GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
THE BISHOP AND THE ,AUSTRALIAN GIRL. During the tea which followed a edding in Melbourne last week. the Bishop of Mlelbourne proposed the health of the bride and bridegroom in avery happy little -Speech. He re tceaked tha t was a growing and "nti.eable fact that many young traliamen found their way toAus tra teo get their wives, but the tnItralian girlwas decidedly attractive, eo tsidat was not to be wondered at. that ide we must welcome anything that helped on Imperial Federation. 1i3 .here was another kind of Federa tin he recommended to all grooms Fed trir wives, and that was Domestic Subscribers are requested to' - notify us if their papers do not reach them regularly, in order that we may investigate the ause of their non.delivery,
"HAD!" [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
"HAD!" A free-trader has. lately got into domestic trouble. A flying visit on business to London, a fortnight in Paris, a week at Spa, and a few days' dalliance in Italian cities made up a a pleasant five weeks'. sojourn in Europe. The sharer of his' joys and sorrows had vainly urged her desire to accompany him.n But the fr e trader protested that everys.:moment of hi' time would be taken up with i:. ntess. As a solatium he promisei;to bring hli wide the best sealskin j:cet tc r e bought in London. Ti :-, and tLhejacket sent onu wi,4= , :ia -e ". to'Blindisi, and dtily arrai ,, ,i:i" t, owner in Ilobson's B3y. ,.iiow to avoid the duty was .the·qu dstion. The freetrader had' been pauyln muci attention' to a young lady on board. Would she .wear. it' ashore for him ? Delighted! She would cta opn Mrs. F.T: and leave it. i'?be p?,:?i: ?;,e was carried out, bit tile smcug"e'?c saw the loung ledy; no more. Le, how ever, revedi=ii?- aettelr;lom tvydn-e. "M'y dear sir .- our kind present cf ...
HOW TO INCREASE DAIRY PROFITS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
HOW TO INCREASE DAIRY PROFITS. Prices are low for all kinds of farm produce, and it is to be hoped that the rise in wheat will extend to other products as well. It seems, however, that the prospects of a higher scale of values prevailing all round is a very remote one. Farmers will have to accept I fear in the future lower prices than have prevailed in the past for some commodities, and one of the products whas a falling tendency at the present time is butter. This is not to be wondered at. In every country in the world where agriculture is practised as a leading industry, dairying has for a long time been the most profitable branch of farming. Thore has been nothing at all made by wheat growing the last few years and meat has been relatively cheap. Butter and cheese have brought prices considerably higher than most other farm produce for some time back but they are levelling, down, and it looks now as if the dairying industry was doomed for a turn at the bottom while " corn and hor...
A DAIRYMAN'S YARN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
A DAIRY1VAN'S YARN. ,.The plan by which butter factory managers get at the value of milk sent in by the suppliers is undoubtedly a wise and necessary one, While it prevents fraud, it insures to the pro dncers the proper price in each case, the amount of butter fat being the gauge. It seems, though, that the. test is not always infallable, and a rathercurious instance of its occasional unrehability has come to our know ledge. A supplier to a Western dis trict creamery entertained *a much highes opinion of the richness of his milk than.the manager did. This is not by any means an uncommon state of things, only in this case the supplier would not be convinced by the teter, which is usually accepted as an authority by the most captious. The manager treated the producer to a short treatise in decimals, but though he proved beyond reasonable doubt f6,64 was the exact position, the other refused to believe that the apparatus could not lie. He said all the blanked figures in the world would...
THE UNWISE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
THE UNWISE MERCHANT. One day when business ran down low Deep gloom sat onamerchatrt' tbrow And dark as midnight was the t. .v Of thoughts revolving rapidly. That merchant saw a dreadful sight By fancy's dim and lurid light; ie thought he saw the sheriffright Among his stock of finery. Ah! sadder yet his fears will rise, Ah I. deeper yet will hb his sighs; Ah louder yet will sound his cries Unless he advertise. Now, all who would a lesson learn, Look closely, and you will discern That advertising will return Like bread upon the waters. [The WAnturoOL u GtUAus anndY.tar.atnoN and TIrArALGAE EXPRESS offer exception ally good terms to advertisers.] SEcaRE Socr-?-i:s, both of a harmless and harmful kind, are more numerous in this country than people beleive. Some are merely foolish, and may be safely left alone, but others are a real danger to the community. The members of the latter so cieties are mostly foreigners, outlaws from their own land, the riff-raffofthe Can. tinent. Now if we ...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, JUNE 11TH, 1895. A Railway Puzzle. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
THE Wartlagul nailli n WITH WHICH IB CCO5OI'55TED rte Wa rra.g-tt oieuy TUESDAY, JUNE Ilru, 1805. A Railway Puzzle. REVELATioNS made from timd 'to time lead one to the inevitable conclusion that the ways of the Railway Depart ment are past finding out. It is not often, however, that we feel so com pletely puzzled as we did a few days since on learning of a recent ex perience on the part of Messrs. Skews and Patterson, of Warragul. It appears that about a week ago this firm of auctioneers sold thirty head of store cattle to a purchaser at Moe -Mr. R. M. Lloyd. The cattle were at the time at Tinamba and in due course trucks were ordered for their transit to Moeo The rate charged by the Department is £1 7s Id per truck for stores and £1 15s for fate. Being stores, Mr. Lloyd naturally expected the stock to be carried at the lower rate, but it soon transpired that he was proceeding on a far too limited knowledge of the mysterious methods adopted on " the best managed rail ways in the wor...
Receipt and Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
Receipt and Pay. The following accounts are lying at the Receipt and Pay Ollice, Warragml : V. Hl. Ashcrott, J. T. Allinson, R. B3urns, P. 13ellingham, A. Cain, J. Clarke, J. Ducey, H. E. Farrall; E. Frost, P. Guinand, G. Hodges, J. F. Joyce, D. Jones, R. Jolly, T. Kelleher, P. Kinnane, C. Leach. T. J. Lonergan, N. O. McGuirck, T. M'Low, L. Millar, A. Mackenzie, F. J. E. McMahon, W. Manton, E. Moore, L. Paul, T. Patterson, D. Patterson, R. Patterson, WV J. Roberts, R. iM. Smith, J. Scott, W. S. Uridge, J. W. Williams, F. Wien.
Not Generally Known. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
Not Generally Known. The following legal decisions on news paper law are published for general infor mation 1. If any person orders his paper to be discontinued, he must first pay all arrears or the publisher may continue to send until payment is made, and then collect the whole amount, whether tle paper is taken from the office or not. 2. The courts have decided that re fisling to take newspapers and periodi. cals from the post-oflice, or removing, and leaving them uncalled for, is prima lacie evidence of intentional fraud.
TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
TELEGRlAMS Victoria.-To or from any station, Sir words or underi Od.; each additional word id. Name and address of sender and receiver is not charged. N.S.Wales.-Ten words, Is. ; additional word, 2d. S. Australia and Tasmania, -Ten words 2s.; additional word 2d. Queensland and Western Australia. Ten words, as,; each additional word 8d.
OFTEN TIRED BUT NEVER WEARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
OFTEN TIREDtAUT NEVER WEARY, Let's discuss ti --,. 'lnutes. Here's a man whbo says:tluit ~3l a certaih. period lie began to feel. "'tirdd and. weary." T'hat's precisely the way lie puts it in his letter. . Now anybody has is right to be tired or fi:tigued(it's the same thing) after labor or or m li exericse. It's the body:s fashion of telling you to hold up, to give it a rest. '%t is a-'natural ands ahead, a pleaiant feeliig. Biutwearines:! -that's different. That comes from nonotonv, 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 " Stuflf!" ' hlumbug! " but study up on it. A man may be Titui and happy, but not wte.anR and happy. For weariness means depressed spirits, and nerves all sagged down in the middle. And when you get both at once you will be wise to lind out what's gone wrong. It is a short letter, this is, and we can just as well quote the whole of it. 'The writer say...
DEVONSHIRE CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
DEVONSHIRE CREAM. Travellers on their return from the old country express their surprise that they can-never get here such delicious cream as they obtain in England It is known as Devonshire cream, and not many people, in this country especially, know what that is, but suppose it-to be the particularly rich cream of the county in question, whereas every Australiah housekeeper may have Devonshire cream on her own table if she will take the trouble to prepare it. Rich new milk is put in a very shallow vessel with an ex teid?dmsirfuee; and is then set on the range, where the inilk will be warmed, but on no account must it boil or even scald. The heat will cause all the eteanm to rise to the surface in a very short time, and the pan is then taken off and placed in the ice-box or in a cool place. When thoroughly chilled the cream may be taken off, and will be nearly of the consistency of newly made butter. This is put in jars, and at breakfast is helped with a spoon, and is delicious wit...
YARRAGON. AND ITS PROSPECTS. SOME FARMS DESCRIBED. THE COMING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
YARRACON. AND ITS PROSPECTS. -0 SOME FARMS DESCRIBED. THE COMING ELECTIONS. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) We have experienced some rather eccentric weather hero during the past week or .two, one evening, that of the 2nd Juno" being especially boisterous, for we had wind, rain, hail, and lightning all 0t a piece, as it were, the latter being pretty startling, too, for those who were unfortunate enough to be at the time :eposed to the wrath of the elements, .foi :'trees arid:. limbs were. falling inlx`ll directions; but, so far, I have not heard of any serious accidents having occurred. Still, taken on the whole, I fancy the seasons in this locality are 'gradsially-'becoming both milder and drier, or is it because we are becoming acclimatized; well, 'tis something any-. how, but who knows but that in the near future those parts may becbme charmingly salubrious. .Writing of the prospective future of Yarragon leads mue to give expression to my impressions of the place. Now I claim for Y...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT Fat Cattle.-1500 yarded on Wednesday, comprising 200 from New South Wales, 000 from North-Eastern district, 440 from (iippsland, 100 from Westward,, and re mainder from Northern districts and town paddocks. -Quotations :--Primo pens bullocks, fronm I£O 15s to £8 12/0; odd, to £9 10s; good from £510s to £ 10s; secona do, to £5. Cows, odd beasts, from £3 15s to £4 5s; second and lighter, from £2 10s to £3 10s.
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. BWARRAGUL. -0-- LICEKSES. .T. Cowan G. fenley M. A. Calvert J. G. Horeley M. J. Hutcheron W., Hewitt A. Hutcheson C. Holder Mf. A. Mapleson J. Holder H. Rose T. AM. Johnson E. S. Spencer R. Johnson J. S. Spencer .J. eogh A. Wright W. Kelly S. Chandler E. G. Kirkland A. C, Donu J. Kelly II. Fish W. L. Kneale T. Gapos F. S. Laver Thorpdale South J. Larkin Creamery F. R. Lempriere E. Weeks P. F. S. Musgrave M. Mulcare I D. Murdio G. Nnpier I . Moore H. W. Boultn W. G. M*Gown W. H. Gardmer C. J. M'Murdie W. Beilhy i I. H eill A. C. Groom i F. Newbury F. A. Foxall C. M'Ke:szie W. G. Tong F. Nicol S. Laver A. J Nicholson S. Adkins W. O'Neill C. Adkins M. O'Neill J. Ashby R. O'Neill P. Baker J. Ii. Potter A. Butterworth H. Price G. Boarke T. Pilkingtou C. L. Bower T. C. Parker J. T. Branegrove J. E. Rolls D. B. Boyd V W. RIitchie J. A. Boyd W. Rowley J. Cohen I J. Sloan T. Carter I M. Stark T. M. Clark ! T. J. Sheridan G. Charlton T. Smith G. Catheart F. H.B. Shackl...
The Municipal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
T' he Municipal Election. A slight -stir is already being made in local municipal mitters in regard to the forthcoming elections. The retiring candidates in the Warragul Shire are as follows :--Central Riding: Cr. Parkes; North Riding: Cr. iVlker; South Riding: Cr. Cropley. Cr. Parkes intends to offer himself for re-election, and Mr. Hansen informs.us that he intends to contest the -seat. ·Both' of 'the' other retiring candidates are expected to stand again, and up to the present there is no talk of their being opposed.