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NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Our first quarter having just ended, wc shall be pleased to receive subscriptions due, either by postal note or stamps. Pu.Ncd.-Thc current issue of Punch is an exceptionally good one. The number contains an excellent tuil length portrait of the Mlayoress otf Melbourne (fMrs. AIc Eacharn) in the gown worn at the Mayor's Ball, in addition to a splendid flash light photo of the Ball room, when dancing was in progress. A list of the guest and discription of the dresses is also given. The cartoon rcpresei.tative of the annual influx of visitors from all the ends of Australia, is also very suggrstive of the Sporting Carnival. The number is alto. gether an excellent one. ;·' I .: The stray cattle nuisance came before the Warragul Shire Council at its last meeting in a new and original fonn. It appeared that herdsman Bennett has been loyally dis charging his duties, and had in consequence incurred the displeasure of certain erring in dividuals who allowed their cows ...

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FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

FARM NOTES. Turkeys make excellent setters, and will cover up to 20 hen eggs. A good plan is to take the chicks aw-ay front the turkey as they are hatched, and give them to hens. The turkey hen can he kept sitting for six weeks, and in some cases have been known to set nine weeks. If taken off the nest regularly every day. and well fed and watered, turkeys will come off the nest in good condition after setting six weeks. Eggs should be perfectly fresh, and if unfertile, so much the better. as they will keep longer than if the germ of fer tility is in the eggs. This can be easily done by penning up the male birds while you are preserving the eggs. Preserve none but sound and strong shelled eggs, as if one thin shelled egg gets broken it will have a tendency to spoil the others. it is very rare that poultry which has a free range will be troubled with ver min. But in a:t wet time it may be dif licult for fowls to get enloulgh dry earth to roll themsellves in, which is nece:tssary to c...

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A WEEK IN THE COUNTRY; Or, LOOKING FOR AN HEIRESS. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

A. WEEK IN THE COUNITRY;: Or, LOOKING FOR AN HEIRESS. '---. ~y B. M. ATHELING, (in the "Cape Argus.") CHAPTER T. She stood at the door of her uncle's house, watching the sunshine gradually thding on the mountains, and the deep blue shade spreading from tile ravines and hollows tuntil it covered the whole .?rtnge with its .solnblre beauty. It was t change in Nature's coloring which iwentlynn Vaughan loved to notice daily. It seemed to her :as if night were -drawing his manutle over the hot, noisy world, and bidding it rest in darkness and silence. She was interrupted by rapid steps behind her. A young girl. a few years her junior, came out with a letter in her hand, her face beauling with smiles. "Only think. (wten!" she exclaimed, "George is comning on Saturday for a whole week. Isn't that lovely?" "I am very glad," answered Gwent lynn, looking as if George had been her betrothed instead of Milly's. "If only we have nice weather, and the straw berries last out." "What a shame! Anyon...

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THE DAIRY EXPERTS IN GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

THE DAIRY EXPERTS IN GIPPSLAND. During the past few weeks Messrs. Potts and Crowe, the Goverunment dairy experts, have travelled over a consider able portion of Gippsland, engaged in the work they have been appointed to do viz., imparting instruction to suppliers and others connected with the dairying industry. Both gentlemen display a laudable enthusiasm in their work, and there can be no doubt that great benefit has been derived by our dairy farmers through the visit of the experts. It is absolutely imperative, if Victoria is to hold her own as a butter-producing country, that those engaged in the in dustry should be thoroughly up-to-date in their methods, and no better plan could be devised for attaining this end than that adopted by the Government of appointing experts to impart the necessary scientific instruction. The recent lecturing tour of Messrs. Potts and Crowe has embraced most of the towns of any importance between Warragul and Bairnsdale, and they have had excellent op...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

Public Noti'ces. AT LAST! 1BOOT PIA LACE FOR WrARIRAG UL. Notice of Remo la1 A. HANCOCK BEGS to notify the public that he has REMOVED his BOOT PALACE to more CENTRAL PREMISES,--op" posite the Station. A. H. has been in business here for nearly seven years, and knows exactly the class of Boots to suit the district. The business has gradually grown larger, which goes to PROVE that the customers are satisfied. You can get Boots and Shoes at all prices, cheap and good. REPAIRS DONE on the PREMISES. ]BOOTS & SHOES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION M.LDE TO ORDER. Luncheon RLooms, VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL. MRS.. TOYE; Proprietress. LUNCHEON PROVIDED D.ILY, And Other Meals at the Shortest Notice. CUSTOMERS Attended to Personally, and every etTfort made to ensure their comfort and satisfaction. PROMPTITUDE, CIVILITY, AND ATTENTION AT MIrs. TOYE'S LUNCHEON ROOMS, VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL. WARRAGUL PHARMACY, QUEEN STREET, Established in 1876. V. S. ILIFFE, ]Proprietor. Chemicals and Drugs of the best ...

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ENLARGEMENT OF THE WEEKLY TIMES 48 PAGES NOW. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

ENLARGEMENT OF THE WEEKLY TIMES BY EIGHT PAGES. 48 PAGES NOW. The remarkable success that has at tended "' THE WEEKLY TIM?ES' within recent years, and the well-known fact that it now commandsTIHE LAILG EST CIRCULATION of any Victod3an weekly newspaper, have led to such a great increase in the demands for addi tional space that for some time past the enlargement of the paper has appeared desirable. Temporary enlargements have, indeed, been malde from time to time, and have paved the way for the PERMANENT ILNLARGEMENT that the splendid support accorded the paper by both the reading public and advert risers fully justities. It is with pleasure that the conduc tors of '"IIIE WEEKLY TIMES" an nounce that on and after the issue of the 17th September. the paper will be ENLARGED PERMANENTLY BYI EIGHT PAGES-that is to say, from 40 to 48 Pages. Readers of "TIHE WEEKLY TIMES" have, of course, recently had before them two Speclial Issues, containing more than 4S pages each. On 3rd Sep tember, t...

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THE MASTER OF THE HARPSICHORD. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

THE MASTER OF THE HARPSICHORD. Waý'riwerinIg through It:aly. an exile ft'ro Ihi- Nor't'herl hotne, after t! is 1 ing o!f "'3, Donald C:line"ron, pool'i iI pot'kit and s:id at hart, e:nxe to u!_ slhorlt( of ll Ad?? a ;i dlti c.umld saw stret'tcli"tI )before l ill Ipo1 i h 11 b0 It,oso11i of t he sea lhe pale(':es aind lowers of Vin'lice. Tihere't' is a lulagie in Y'enic" that (.;n tcooiio't tiihe soliotst spirit. :i(ld Is ie put ilut to cross ilthe iinterv:il of silent water in the sw:yiv. gondoi(la lie said to hiln se~If that here at lut l \\wouldl r~luiin. It'ig!iing l.itnslf t?ranqiluilly tO the iiih l.rlhit :)p under l ht" ?ti 'ler'ing watll of ;t'h:it ':1 t uce tle ila d le of prtinces-, lutl w;is now divided ilto inumliberlesis I:" lt: telelltilitlllS. " _i. lhe Iwa' sihoi'l! 'V'O large too?tS, wiiv?-i" ~cl+tl frescoes told of ancient l'dllit'r. : lml in one of which there yet 'stood htiirlsicltllord. tlhat by somiie acelt di(ur ih:t surlvived the gradual descent fron the plil:...

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ALLEGED REVOLUTION IN CEREALS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

ALLEGED REVOLUTION IN CEREALS. The bubble of artificial food has been pricked in spite of enterprising Vien nese correspondents. But the "Chroni cle" has now discovered a revolution in cereals which is to be of vast import ance to the world at large, by increasing the flour-giving and straw-bearing pro perties of wheat and oats by some 30 or 40 per cent. The experiments that have resulted in this happy return have been the work of two young men iL Lancashire who have, after eighteen years of experiments, "'grappled sue cessfully with this mighty problem":.4 "In 1880 John and Robert Garton, the. sons of a Lancashire corn merchant, be gan their experiments in the production of new varieties of cereals by means of cross-fertilisation at Newton-le-Willows. Hitherto, with the two exceptions re ferred to, improvements in grain have been brought about by carefully select ing the best ear in the field, and the best grain in that ear, and then keeping the produce of that variety for seed." T...

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A NEW WAY TO PROPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

A NEW WAY TO PROPOSE. As the young man entered, the old man looked up and scowled. "Well," said the old man shortly. "Your daughter," began the young man, but the old man cut him off abrupt ly. "I've noticed that you've been hanging around a good deal," he said. "I sup pose that you've come to tell me that you love her and want to marry her!" "No," replied the young man, calmly. "I've come to tell you that she loves me and wants to marry me." "WVhat!" roared the old man. 'She says so herself," persisted the young man. "I never heard of such an exhibition of egotistical impertinence," said the old. man. "Then you misunderstand me," explain ed the young man. "My assertion is dic tated by policy and not by impertinence. You see, it's just this way: What I want is nothing to you; now, is it?" "Why-er--not exactly." "I might want a million dollars, but that wouldn't cut any figure with you, would it?" "Certainly not." "You're under no obligation to supplT me with what I want, are you?" "...

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THE KEY-LOG. THE STORY OF A CANADIAN'S GIRL'S DEVOTION. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

THE KEY-LOC. THE STORY OF .A CANADIAN'S GIRL'S DEVOTION. By Nathan D. Urner. It was in the height of the rafting sea son on the headwaters of the St. Mau rice River. The families of many of the loggers had come up from Three Rivers, an-d other great timber towns on the St. Lawrence, to be present at the annual spring break-up, and the collection of tuts and shanties,so desolate and de void, of humanising influences through out the long, winter-wrapped, timber cutting season, had put on a bustling. home-like and comfortable air. At the close of a delightful afternoon a large number of persons were gathered on the left bank of the river, overlooking an enormous timber-raft. It was the property of old Pierre Delisle, one of the oldest and most prosperous master log gers of Three Rivers. The raft had been started from a point two miles up the stream on the preced ing day, and its multitude of logs had then gorged between the banks at this point. They seemed immovable, yet there was a "k...

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SQUIRE JOHN; OR FOR THE LOVE OF A BONNIE SCOTCH LASSIE. CHAPTER VII.—DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

SQUIRE JOHN; OR FOR THE LOVE OF A BONNIE SCOTCH LASSIE. By AT. GEORGE RATHBOP.NE. author of "Under Egyptian Skies," "Miss Pauline of New York." Etc. CIL-APT"ER VII.-DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. The picture when Travers proclaims his identity is certainly one well worth seeing, e-specially the consternation stamped upon the features of that re maakable man with whom 7:ack holds his Interview. "Senor Roblado is apparently strieken dumb for the time being: th,- h::nd that holds the smoking cigar tr-mbles as might an aspen leaf, and his rit.ree ba!ck eyes under the shaggy grey brows are fastened on the Yankee with the 1lk of a hungry wolf. "You are the genuine Jack Travers! fou who sit there dare to tell imn that 52 coolly as you might speak of your cigarro! Poor Dios! man. I a:dmire your nerve, though you have come? n-:tar Fhi't tering mi.e- with your deviiish intelli gence. I feared treachery: I !prepared against it. hut hola! you over-w:it*!'n me. Still, a Roblado never surrenders; we someti...

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COST HIM HIS TOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

COST HIM HIS TOOTH. The Viscount -, one of the gilded youths of Paris. fell in love with a fair cyclist whilst on his motor car. He as certained that she was the wife of a dentist, but this discovery had not had the effect of cooling his ardor. On the contrary (the "Telegraph" remarks) he pursued the bicycle and its fair rider with more zeal than ever, until one day he availed himself of an opportunity to enter Into conversation. and was in formed, to his infinite delight, that he might call. Day after day he paid a visit to the object of his admiration, al ways selecting the moment when her husband happened to be away frout home. At last, however. he became so pressing in his attentions that the lady grew alarmed at her imprudence, and promptly confided her adventure to the partner of her joys and sorrows ; who, quite understanding the position in which she had placed herself, sat down to concoct a little scheme of re veuge. The result (says the "Morning Lealder") was that when nex...

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A SECOND OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

A SECOND OPINION. The following curIous story is a repro •.ictlon ,f a l aper read by MIr X.. a :well-kn:own ligurte in society, at a mlleet ia:g of the Pi:asn:italogical Society in LOt:inot ( di1 : lti . ta-i year. T'his p'lie: can.sc(led s e stir n." lee unt-e in the dia! ted circle to which it was :ddlressed. of iwhm the present wrilter had the privi l..tge to form one. lut-detl. so iulpressel wa s hLe with the paiut':'. antd s sl'ure that it woul be of interest to : wider pub l:' that he applied to Mir X. for his coin .snt to its production in print. Mr X. at tirst demurred; , but on second thought, after extrauting front the writ er a promise that all names and otiher indications of personality should be rig i!ly sulppres-sed, he gai\ve his consent to the lpro'posal. Ald the result is the slightly edited report of the paper which is here appended. RE:PORTi'' O MIt X.'5 I'LPEit. I will beginl, ladies and gentletmenl. b. tasuring you of the absolute authentic ity of the facts whi...

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GEMS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

GEMS OF THOUGHT. A fault confessed is half redressed. Th. longest life is but so many mo ments. He makes no friends who never makes a foe. Deeds are fruit ; words are but mere leaves. We increase our wealth by lessening our desires. He is comparatively idle who might be better employed. Sin has many tools, but a lie is the h-urdle which fits them all. The world is a sad one for him who shrinks from its sober duties. If there were nothing but showers we could conclude the world would be drowned. If nothing but sunshine, we would fear the world would be burned. A noble life demands much self-sacrl fice, and self-indulgence will extinguish every spark of true nobility in the noblest natures. He who tries to live for himself only violates the universal law of nature which demands sacrifices from living creature.-Lady teok. Without earnestness, no man is ever great or does really great things. He may be one of the cleverest of men. he may he brilliant, entertaining, popular. but he will ...

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THE GOLD BOOM OF THE SEVENTIES. COMSTOCK'S FATAL MISTAKE. HOW HE LOST MILLIONS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

T"E ~LIOLD LBOOS OF THE SEVENTIES. COI1STOCK'S ,FA TAL MISTAKE. HOW IIE LOS'T 3'IIILIONS. I believe inore millions were won and lost in the first live years of the seven ties than in any other half century in the world's history, said an old gold miner to the writer. Those were the days when the discov ery of the "mother lode" in America gave rise to the most phenomenal craze for speculation which the world has ever known. _Men were mad with tihe lust of gold, and seats in the San Fran cisco Mining Exchange were sunapped up at L10,000 each. Scores of millions of dollars changed hands daily, and shares which were worth 2 dol one day might be sold at 2000 dol the next. In November, 1870, Crown Point .Mine shares were a drug in the market at 2 dol a share. Six months later they were eagerly bought at 0000 dol. In the summer of 1S70, a straggling 'Frisco tradesman accepted 100 of these shares in payment of a debt of L25, and count edl the transaction among his many un lucky ventures. He...

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THE LOG HUMP PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

THE LOC HUMP PUNISH MENT. "' read the other day." said an old soldier of the regular army, "that one of the District's lads in blue down in Tam pa was given a bit of log-shouldering to do as a punishment. This is the first time I've heard of that old-time army punishment being revived. It used to be a regular guard-house punishment when I was in the regular outfit. A man sen tenced to ten days in the guardhouse would either be sent out to work in the morning, policing around the post, or he would be given his two-hours-on-and four-hours-off tours of log-humping. He'd have to carry his log just as the men on guard carried their rifles, in so far as hours of duty were concerned, ex cept that he was pemitted to 'sleep in' at night. The logs weighed from SO to 100 pounds when the punishment was first employed in the regular army, but this was finally considered too much of a good thing, and when the log-humping punishment was abandoned the chunks of trees only weighed something like 50 ...

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BISMARCK ANECEOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

fBISMARCK ANECEOTES. We give this week a budget of Bismarck anecdotes taken from various sources during the last few years: BISMARCK THE DUELLIST. On the first day of Bismarck's entry as a student at Gottingen,he entertained numbers of his comrades at an- orgie in his rooms. Next day he fought four duels. coming off victor in each contest. It is a matter of history that during his first three semesters lihe fought no less than twenty-seven duels, was the winner of each tight, and was only hurt once, when he received a severe sword slash across the face, the mark of which he bore till death. "INSIPID" ORATORY. In the Senate Bismarck spoke but seldom, but when he did all the House crowded round him for fear of losing a word of his homely, but exceedingly weighty, oratory. Hie had not a very good voice, and it had to be streng thened by copious draughts of brandy and seltzer. On one occasion when he spoke for two hours, he drank no less than eighteen glasses. DOWN ON IN:TERRUPTIONS. Bi...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. Departure. a.m. p.m. p.m. Warragul ... 11.9 3.55 7.55 I)rouin ... ... 11.21 4.18 8.10 Longwarry -. ... 11.31 4.25 8.25 Bunyip ... ... 11.38 4.32 8.32 Garfield ... ... 11.45 4.39 8.39 Ty noug ... 11.52 4.46 8.46 Nar-nar-goon ... 12.0 4.54 8.54 Pakenham ... 12.9 5.4 9.4 Beaconsfield' ... 12.25 5.20 9.20 Berwick ... ... 12.30 5.32 9.23 Dandenong . . 12.53 6.10 9.52 Oakleigh (a) ... 1.16 6.40 - Oakleigh (d) ... 1.21 6.47 19.16 Melbourne ... 1.45 7.20 10.40 MELBOURINE TO WAIIRAGUL. Departure. n.m. x.111. p.m. Melbourne ... 7.50 11.50 4.30 Oakleigh... ... 8.22 12.30 5.2 )andenong '... 8.46 1.15 5.28 ]Berwick ... ... 0.10 1.42 5.52 Beaeonsfield ...! 9.1i 1.46 5.56 Pakenhaln. ... 9.31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goon ... 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tynong ... ..9.52 2.28 6.32 Garfield ... 9.58 - 2.35 6.39 BInyip ... 10.4 2.49 6.48 Longwarrmy 10.10 3.1 6.55 I)rouin ... 10.25 3.21 7.10 \Warragul . 10.38 3.37 7.25 WARRAGUL TO TRARALGON Departure. a.:1. p.m. p.m. Warragul ......

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MANURING VEGETABLES AND FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

MANURING VEGETABLES AND FRUIT. The members of the Permanent Nitrate Committee recently paid their annual 'sit of inspection to the experiment st lo? D on Mr Shrivell's farm, near Hadlow, Tonbridge, England (writes the "Mark Lane Express"). This station, to which - we have several times referred on pre vious occasions, was established about five years ago, primarily with the object . of ascertaining to what extent, and under what conditions, nitrate of soda might be advantageously used as an adjunct to other manures in the growing of market garden crops. The questions which the experiments have been designed to an swer, however, are.much wider than this., and during the past few seasons very in teresting facts have'been elicited. Among the crops annually grown are asparagus. onions, cauliflowers, brocoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbages of various kinds, car rots, winter and summer lettuces, spinach, beetroot,' parsnips, potatoes of various kinds, celery, Globe artichokes, Jerusa lem arti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 18 October 1898

m lIE " GAZETTE" Office, Warragul, for Billheads, Memos, Circulars, Programmes, Tickets, Letter-heads, and PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIP TION. Public Notices. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 0 Auctioneers ani1 Arents. G. \V. Anderson, Vic.oria Street. C. S. Affleck, Queen Street. Henry Hansen, Queen Street. Parkes and liound, Queen Street. Skews and Patterson, Victoria Street. WVitton & Hunter, Main-st., I)rouin. Bak?r. S. J. Butlin, Smith Street. . Butchers. J. Powell, Smith Street. Tatterson Bros., Queen Streeet. Blacksmith.- H. Matthews, Smith Street. Stephens & O'I)onnell Y-rrrgon. Bootmaker.- A. Hancock, Queen-street. John Lenihan, Queen Street. Builders and Contractors. Langdon and Pemncy. Vietutria Street. Miller Bros., Smith Street. Chemists.- \'. S. Ilifie, Queen Street. r' A. C. Lewis, Queen Street. Drapers. E. M. Ellis, Victoria Street. Leslie and Co., Smith Street. -D. ? e"eil idi iC -e Queden Street. Dairyman. W. Brooks, Clifford Street. Dentist. A. French, Queen Street...

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