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A COUNTERBLAST. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
A COUNTERBLAST. The little peculiarities of woman are a fruitfal topic with some masculine writers. they continually rush into print with such questions as-Why does a woman always want to know if her hat is on straight? Why does she keep you wait ing ten minutes after she's declared she's all ready? Why does she this, that or the other P Here's a counterblast from a woman journalist: Why does a man always have lengthened and often profane interviews with his collar-buttonP It looks like an inoffensive sort of article to an outsider. Why does he rush through his dressing and throw everything all over the room because he's in Eu:h a hurry-he "knows he'll be l~te"-and then spend a good five minutes filling and lighting a pipe P Why does he never put together and fold up a newspaper? Why, when a pretty girl praises another man's 'charming manner," does he say the girl is "softP" Why does he declare that handsome and popular young actors are "sticks P" Why can he never by any possibility...
HOW KILLALOE PLAYED CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
HOW KILLALOE' PLAYED CRICKET. How the parish of Killaloe played the township of Ballyhooly at cricket. 'Teas Paddy Malone, the spalpeen, that first brought the crickets to MKllaloe-bad cess to it. 'Twas to Cork the ould man sent him to sell the pigs, and it was there he sawthe quality playin'thecrickets. Arrah, he was fall of it when he came back to the parish of Killaloe. "Whirroo, bhoys," see he, "if you seen what I seen, it would have knocked the eight clane out of your eyes." " What's that, Paddy P" see we all. "Crickets," sez he. "Musha, what might that be P" sez we. "Look now at the ignorance of the lower orders," see Paddy. "Ye unfortunit omadhawns," sea he, "did niver ye hear of the crickets P" "No," see we, "nor you ayther till ye wint to Cork to sell the pigs." "Well, that's a fact," sez Paddy. "How do you play it, anyhow P" scz we, ourious like. "Well," see Paddy, "'twas like this, d'ye see. There's one chap, d'ye see, with a bit of leather stone in his fist, and there's ...
Oiling Shears. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
Oiling Shearn, if your shears squeak or bind while you are using them, run your finger ho ghtfully down the side of your nose d rub it over the inside of the blades, mnd the scissors will generally work as easily and soiselessly as nWy ont tcould desire. There is always a little oil cot -tItf(lj_?.r ngz-?_, _. - ontaidu of. ane s nbstrls, and thosoe -hio _ It t can "oil up" squeaky shears without trouble or without fear of making the scissors. greasy. Another simple way to accomplish the same end is to draw the blades of the shears over the hair, on which, when it is healthy, there is al. ways a little oil.-Writer.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
WE BAILEY, GRAIN &, PRODUCE MERC1IIANT MAERET BUILDINGS, 410 Flinders-lane Melbourne, SELLS on Commission Daily cx Railway stations and Wharves. Greatce sexercised to obtain highestprices. Account Sales and Payments promptly rendered. Charges moderate. Correspondenceinvited Established liS2. Nore.-On hand all kinds English Agri enltural Seeds. Loans Arranged on Grazing and Farming THE NATIONAL TIIUSTEES,. EXE CUTORS- and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTRIALASIA, LIMITED, Capital Subscribed, £150,000;' Paid up 830,000; Reserve Fund, £25,400. DrEcaErrs: Hon. N. Fitzgerald, M.L.C., chairman; Hon. Walter Madden, M..L.A.. W. Cain, Esq., J.P.; Hon. W. I. Winter Irving. M.L.C.; M. O'Shanassy, Esq., J.P. I, D. M'Eachern, Esq. Empowered by Special Act of Parliament to act as executor, trustee & agents for absentees. Managing Director, Hon. W.MADDEN,M.L.A J. H. MACOBOY, Secretary. 54 (late 117) Collins Street, conier William street, MELBOUILNE. fIMfSON LUZETE. THE NEW. LIGHT. NEW AMERIC...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
LOCAL NEWS. Members of the Narracan Shire Council place little value on the use fulness of the Gippaland Municipal Association. Cr. Lloyd says that half the business transacted by the Asso ciation is of no interest to the munici palities, and, in fact, fads. Cr. Campbell looks upon its deliberations as of little utility-its recommuendations being quietly ignored by Government and Parliament. If this is really the case, and it must be admitted that there is some ground for the strictures, the fault, in a great measure, and also the remedy, lies with the Gippsland Municipalities themselves, whether afiliated with the association or not, and it is just about time that measures were taken to enusure proper respect for the recommendations of a body who-.t sole object is to further the interests of Gippsland shires and local governmett. The proposal, emanating from the Prahran Town Council that the voting at municipal elections should be con ducted through the post, met scant faivor in th...
POLITICAL. WEST GIPPSLAND SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
-; POLITICAL. WVEST GIPPSLAND SEAT. * -0-- In our last issue we intimated that in addition to Mr. G. J, Turner, M.L.A the West Gippsland. constituency would be contested by Mr. David Whitley, of Melbourne, and Mr. R. I. Smyth, President of the Warragul Shire. Mr.Whitley and Mr.:Smyth are brothers-in-law, and in consequence of this relationship Mr. Smyth has been asked by several electors who had promised to support him, if he intended to continue the canvass. Mr. Smyth therefore, desires us to inform the electors generally that he feels pledged to those whose preferred support iaduced him to enter the field, and that hlp intends to carry out the contest against "all comers."
THE WARRAGUL BUTTER FACTORY. THE TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
THE: WARRALUL BUT-TER FACTORY. THE TESTING. At the last directors' meeting of the Warragul Butter Factory the- testing question " was carefully " considered, and, as a result, it was arranged' that the directors would themselves collect the test aud retaini the 'names of the' suppliers, placing on each bottle a distinctive.number only. The first test was collected last week, and coilsistedof fresh milk only or that milked the same morninu. :The results as taken by the secretary are given in the first columns below. Later on a sainple was collected of milk some of which was?'- lHours old .thduiivirds, aid the results 'of °this are given in the second coluius : -.C:NEW-MILK."'*; - -. OLD 3IILK.. 5.4 4"0 834 2"6 4-6 4"0 8.4 .2 C 4"6" 4.0 84 2"4 4*6 40 8- 0 24 4"5 g?.. 8 0 2"2 4.4 38 "0 2 42 88 80 3.0 4"2 3.8- '8 8 : 1'4 4. " 8" 6 ?.8: 1? 4 - 4' 8.:0 . * ,' '."8 . 1'4 , " 40 -"80" -".? 3"r 1"4 :4'o -" ' '. .284 1: ' -4.0 ;:0 - 6 -: .;::"'·: 40 ao '-.?":_._"
GIPPSLAND RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. TIVIE TABLE. MOE TO TIIOTIPDALE. Departure p.m. p.n. Moel .. .. 12.55 9.0 North Coalville-.. Coalville .. 12.35 9.20 Narracan .. 1~.41- 0.21 Thorpdalc -.. 12.55 9.40 TIIORIPDALE TOI MOE. Departure a.l. p. m. Thorpdale .. 8.35 2.0 Narracan .. 8.45 2.14 Coalville .. 0.10 2.20 North Coalville .'oc. .. 1.30o 2.40 GRIEAT SOUTHEIRN LINE. UP a.m. p.in. Port Albert -- 12.30 SFoter .. . .. .30 Leongatha " . 60 . 1 . 04.4 4.34 Iluby .. . 7.5 4.50 liardella .. .. 7.30 5.5 Kiorumburra. a 7.25 520 Whitelaw ;. .. 7.38 5.48 lena .. .. 7.50 5.53 Jcetho .. .. 8.2 6.5 Luch .. .. 8.10 6.20 Nyora .. .. 8.28 0.0 Lao Lang .. 8.38 0.55 Caldermeade .. 8.13 7.8 3Monomeith . 8.10 7.13 KIoo-we-rup .. 8.53 7.30 ' Klo vee-rup W. " c Tooradin .. .. .22 7.4 Clyde .. . , .10 7.58 Cranbournc .. 57 8.10 Lyndhaur't.. ..10.15 8.25 Dandenoagi a. 10.25 8.42 nenng d. 10.37 8.57 Melbourne ..I 11.40 9.53 DOWN a.m. p.m. Melbourie .. .. ''. 630 5.0 SDandeiong .1 7 0 L. yiidhurst ... .. 8.2 "6.25 Crdlbourne...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
Business Advertisements. o Z c W. MATCHETT, - Wholesale and Family Butcher, - i l AS succeeded R. LANCASTER & CO., of the L SOMERSET BUTCHERY, Queen-st., Warragul. ieat of very best quality. 1I Small Goods a Specialty & Always on Hand. S(,Ens CALLED FOR & PRno3trLY ])ELIVE?RD. L" The Leading Establishment of the Town. SUITS:!i SUITS ! SUITS=!II wTO S'IIT -Tr3IE 'IIEM A. J. HARRIS, The well-known & well-tried Tailor, Has Just Received His New Winter Stock of1 Worsteds, Tweeds, Vicuna Serges, &c., &c. A. J'. 1. is now making S'UI"X'S at the following prices: Tweed Suits from 40s, Vicuna Serges 50s, . Trousers from 12s 6d.; The above is Well Cut, T? ell 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- ,?TEEUT ,T. EET, TBARRAGnsLs c Business ' Notice. PUBLIC NOTICE. OLD HAY AND CORN STORE CHAFFING WORKS. tk. n1merous customers and the general pub...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
Auctioneers' Notices Buln Buln Fortnightly Market SATURDAY, 2irn MAY, 1894. W'ITM. HAMILTON A CO. will sell by 1' public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotal, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owner 8 good Springers Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 151 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 1sT JUNE, 1894. W?TM. HIAMILTON & CO. will hold their V' next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the abovedate, when they will offer Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &e. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul. and 151 Queen-street. Melbourne. Leongatha Fortnightly Market. THUIISDAY, MAY 21. W? M. IHAMILTON A CO. will hold their next Fortnightly Market at their Yards, Leongatha, as above, at 1 o'Clock, when they will offer Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. Entries invited (all stock advertised free of charge at Warragul or Leongatha offices, or H10 Queen-st., Melbourne. For Sale and To Let. C WN HARDWOOD ...
NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MEETING. --o-- The ordinary meeting of the Narra can Shire Council was held in the Council Chambers, Moe, on Friday last. Present: President Campbell, Crs. Branigan, iilson, Hunter, Williams, Crisp and Lloyd. CORRESPONDiENCE. , From Robt. Eggett, Strezleckie, stating that he had cut scrub along P. Heintz's road, and sown down in grass, and. now claimed 2s per chain for the work.-Engineer to attend. From National Wool Co., asking the support of council with a view of obtaining a re-adjustment of, the wool freights.-Motion. From Gippsland Municipal Assc. ciation, re audit of municipal accounts. -Received. From Crown Law office complaining of dirty state of the Moe Court House. Received. From Public Works Depaitment re severance of area to be :iicluded in the Mirboo Shire.-Received. From F. Lamont, St. ilda rerates. -Amount in dispute to be. written off. From Shire of Hampden re Thistle Act.--Rceived. From Shire of Buin Buln re unim proved land question...
ALL SORTS. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
ALL SORTS. LOCAL \ND OTHERWISE. -o It is now proved that the att?iferous a"li at t -out Warragnl is of marine ,,.ihn-an- immtense deposit of umknowi. extent. It is impossible at the present moment t where lies the deepest and richest at fthe S:outh dWarragul lead. It may ice clo-e to Warragul, who knows ? It i- absuolutely necessary that a series i ,re' lhould be put down' between W?\arragl and MPDoald's-track in order , mliscorer the course of the deep :cad. ihle patterseen Government assert that ar bent on a " bo!d and pro ive " oliy. We shall see how the ,. Just the thing for Victoria ai the S;lle. The ' .\ge " advocates a Government lculd' Purchase lill to save the em i.drr ? ?etl ft mn er. Tfrea-urer Carter has his knife into the .1-toci.tted l ditc ianks. Means to have a csate lianki of Issue and be dune with The peotple of Geachville want narrow .cue railways at i2t000 per- mile., -.Too ,,peuire inv dears. We mean 'to have 1hem for rh0 per mile! Why pay The " Lai lies Night" ...
LADIES! [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
LADIES! The love of pleasure -and the vacuous lives of the ladies of Pope's day are no. where better satirised than by Addison in " 'larinde's Journal of a Wcek." It is too long to extract in its entirety, tut Wed. nesday may serve as a specimen: " From eight till ten.-Drank two dishes of ohoco late in bed, and fell asleep after them. From ten to eleven,-Ate a slice of bread and-butter, drank a dish of bobea, and read the Spectator. From eleven to one. At my toilette; tried a new hood. Gare orders for Veny to be combed and washed. Mem.: I look best in blue. From one till half an hour after two -Drove to the Change. Cheapened a couple of fans. Till four.-At dinner. Hem.: Mr Froth passed by in his new liveries. From four to six. -Dreseod; paid a visit to old Lady Blithe and her sister, having before heard they were gone out of town that day. From six to eleven.-At basset. Mem : Never set again upon the ace of dia monds." Swift's "modern lady," in 1728, rises, like Belinda in the "Rape...
HASHISH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
HASHIS H. Br LuKE SAeUiP. Few of us realize all of our ambitions in this life. For years I have wanted to take a dose of the drag manufactured from Indian hemp, but the right com bination of circumstances never coincided. The other day I became acquainted with a young Englishman who is a chemist.- In winter he is stationed at Naples, in summer among the Alps. He is a young man who takes much out of life, and he has experimented on him self with most of the drugs on the list. Our talk-we were boih taking the beer cure, Munich bland, instead of drinking the water-our talk drifted to ward strange drugs and I told him of an account I had once read of the effect hashish has on a man. The man was in the seventh heaven of blissful delight, but was annoyed by hoof-beats. A galloping horse seemed to be coming toward him from an illimitable distance, and the "Saturday-Saturday-Satur day" patter of its feet distracted the hashish dreamer, from his visions. Sometimes the invisible horse came ne...
THE HOME CIRCLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
THE HOME CIRCLE, TuRTLE Sour.-Take half a calf's head, wash it well, out a little meat off the bones, and cut it into pieces about half an inch equare. Put the bones and meat into a stewpan, pour on them four quarts of good stock, bring them to the boil, and simmer for three hours. Strain off the liquor into a basin and letit get cold. Put the pieces of meat aside. Melt three ounces of butter in a stowpan, add to it a slice of ham out into small squares, and some onion, turnip, carrot, and celery, all washed, pared, and cut up small. Add a bunch of herbs, tied up in a piece of muslin with half a dozen peppercorns, some cloves, and a blade of mace; let these all fry together for ten minutes, then add two ounces of butter and stir all well together. Remove the fat from the calf's head stock and add it to the vegetables, stir all together till it boils and then simmer for a quarter of an hour. Strain the soup into another sauce pan. Add the pieces of meat, the juice of half a lemon, a ...
THE BABY-KING OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
THE BABY-KING OF ROME. Whlen Marie-Louise bore a son, who was designated King of Rome, the Emperor Napoleon I. was highly pleased, and took great interest in the child, a frolic with whom always put him into good humour. Persons who came at such times to solicit favours Iwere pretty sure to be graciously received. M. V., a man of real talent, who was at once highly informed and very poor, asked for an appointment, relates Madame la Gir.6rale Durand in her memoir of Napoleon and Marie-Louise ; but, having no patron, three or four peti tion, which he presented never reached the hands of the emperor. Worn out, impatient and daily growing poorer, he devised a stratagem which would have been worthy of a courtier of Louis X[V. Necessity frequently inspires happy thoughts; he drew up with great care a little placeF, which he addressed to "His Majesty the King of Rome." He asked for a place worth only one hundred louis; this was a very modest request. Full of the hope of success, he went to...
FEEDING BARLEY STRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
FEEDING BARLEY STRAW. Barley straw, when the crop is secured in good condition, should come from the thresher bright coloured and well broken up by the action of the threshing cylinder, and if the beards are wholly or partly re moved, no danger need be apprehendedin feeding to any stock. This removal is easily done at threshing time by allowing the chaff from the sieve to fall to the ground, or by leaving a one-and-a-half inch space at the joint in the straw carrier through which the beads and chaff fall to the ground. In either case only the straw passes to the stock. The beards and chaff are readily eaten by stock, and if through the cutting box, dampened and sprinkled with a pint of meal to a bushel of chaff a very palatable feed is obtained. Sheep relishthe bright barley straw, but it should be fed from a rack with closed sides with an opening only at the bottom, otherwise the beards become thoroughly imbedded in the wool about the head and neck. Cattle and other stock that are ...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 May 1894
Ppstal lates.-Inland.-Letters- Eery ounce, 2d.; urgent letters, 6d. additional; Intercolonial.-Letters.-Every al ounce or under, 2d. I Packets.-Evcry 2oz.or. under. ld. B]ooks iad magazines.-Ever 4 oz or iuider; 2d, Newspapers, ]d: i ackets to Neiw South; 1'ies ad Quteieslaind, coitainting articles' of aiy value, must be paid letter rate. * Inland Parcel Post.-?Iimit, 7 lbs. Rate 21bs, or under 3d.; each extra lb., d, by special stanips at the P.O. All Countries Outside Australasia (which for postal purposes includes British New Guinea, Fiji, and New Hebrideses) :Letters-For ever3?y oz or inder . 24ud Post Cards ... ... ... each lid Rleply Post Cards ... each 3d Newspapers (for -United Kingdom) Eael Newspaper, 4 oz. or under ... ld Each adlitionat 2o z. or fraction therof '.. d Newsrpapers (for places outside United Kingdom) 4 oz. or under ...- id (.) Comnuercial papers, 5 oz. orunder, 21d. Facl additional 2 oz or under ...- ld (B) Printed papers (other than news . papers), for ever...
An Easter Surprise For the Czar. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 25 May 1894
A.u Later Surprise For the Czar. Eumperor Alexander found a short time since in a photographic album on his writing table a picture of the famous nihilist countess Sophie Perovskaia, who was hanged with the murderers of Alex ander IL It is now stated that at Eas ter the czar received another disagrceablu surprise. In his room at Livadia he found an exquisitely painted Easter cmg. Inside it was a small silver dagger, two ivory carved death's heads and a slip of paper on which were these words: "Christ is risen. We also shall rise again!" In spite of all endeavors the secret police have nsot succeeded in find ing out where either the portrait or the egg came from.-London News.