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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 June 1895
Certainly the best medicine known is Sanders and Son's Ecualypti Extract. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, colds, influenza-the relief is in stantaneous. In serious cases, and ac cidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy-no swelling, no inflammation Like surprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, diarrhaea, dscentry. diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs, In use at hospitals and medical clinics all over the globe; patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy, crownel with medal and diploma at International Exhibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article and reject all others,--IADYTj?, Public Notice., J. W. QUINLAN, Carpenter, Builder & 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 t...
TURF AND FIELD. DRAG HUNT AT WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
TURF AND FIELD. DRAG HUNT AT WARRAGUL. -0 The drag hunt, which was advertised to take place on Wednesday, starting from the Commercial Hotel, was attended by twenty-one well-mounted men. The throw-off took place in a paddock just beyond Doyle's gate house, and the drag took a line towards Bloomfield, then turning sharp to the left through Donoghoe's paddock, headed away for Brandy Creek. The country, although not severe, was quite severe enough for those who were riding grass-fed horses, and I noticed two falls (which I believe were the only ones), Messrs. Fred. Rigg and Durham coming to grass. The drag crossed Lillico railway line, which caused a check to the huntsmen, but it was very acceptable to those behind, giving them time to get up; thence on to the Brandy Creek-road back to \'arragul. The first to arrive were Mr. G. Rhoden, on Battler; Mr. A. Love, on Nipper; Mr. Ryan, on Com modore; Mr. Witton, on Grasshopper; Mr. Rigg, on Jess; Mr. Kernow, on Ballarat, with all the others...
SUCCESSFUL PROPERTY SALE. LOCAL LOTS SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
SUCCESSFUL PROPERTY SALE. LOCAL LOTS SOLD. A fourth sale of the properties of the City of Melbourne Building Society (in liquidation) was conducted on Tuesday at the Athenteum by Messrs. Keogh and Allard,.acting in conjunc tion with Messrs. W. L. Baillieu and Co., Mr Keogh officiating as auctioneer. There was a fair attendance of buyers, and the privilege of paying the society's deposit receipts at their face value brightened the bidding and made the sale a success. The total amount realised was £10,844, and considering that most of the properties had already been offered and passed in at the former sales the result must be deemed eminently satisfactory. The following are the local lots which were sold, together with the prices given: Longwarry.--Weatherboard cottage,con. taining three rooms and kitchen ; also shop -on land measuring 145ft. to a road by a varying depth, as per plan, and being Crown allotment 9, section 1, township of Longwarry, parish of Drouin West, £150. Warragnl....
FIXTURES: [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
FIXTURES: The following are the fixtures for the Metropolitan seniors for Saturday next : Melbourne v. North Melbourne -- M.G. Geelong v. South Melbourne,-Geelong C.G. Essendonv. Fitzroy-E.M.C.G. Footscray v. Williamstown--W.C.G. Richmond v. St. Kilda-R.C.G. Carltonlv. Collingwood-Carlton Ground. Port Melbourne vacant. A football match will be played at Longwarry on Saturday between Longwarry and the " Drouin Rovers," The " Rovers " will be picked from the following:-Bruce, Clinch, Cook (2) Collins. Colston, Decis, Duff. Hearn (2), lnnes, Jones, Lynch, Morrison (2), O'Keefe, Purves (2), Quaife, Riley, Rees (2), Rodgers, Stephens.
A DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
A DREAM. (BY SomrXnuULasT.) -0--- When Greek meets Greek Then comes the tug Of war, some people say; And, as I had my fancy free, I bet just 'tother day That Shops would win The football match, To come off shortly now And in that match I still took odds 'Twould end without a row. The ground with spectators was thronged Eager to see the play : The lied and Black, the Blue and White Which one would win the day ? The play begins-excitement hlgh The ball tossed to and fro ; And just about 3-quarter turn A mark by Frank Munro. Watched sharply by " Tug" Aspinall. Who failed to take his toll Munro, then with a clever kick Put on a cheering goal. Next to the fore comes Billy Mack With Symes to watch his mark Itedman, Aspy, and Toby J. Nought-" but keep it dark." Kendall, now, yes, with a rush, And kick, loth strong and long, Lands a beauty for his side 'Midst cheering from the throng. One each at quarter time's the score, And change of ends takes place The oval sent a going is And Round put...
HALF-HOLIDAY TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
HALF-HOLIDAY TEAM, To play against Warragul, on the Show ground, Warragul, on Wednesday next, will be chosen from the following:--Redman, Dodd~ell, Knights, Masterton, Bolton, O'Neill, Livesley, Henderson, Miller, Carter, Walker. (Cunningham, Lillie, Symc, Baker, Colquhoun (3), Aspinall (vice-capt.), Whit taker, Whitburn, Young. Kendall, (2) Jack son, -Gerand, A. Love, Steadman Blacker, Scanlon, and A. Brown, Murray, P. O'Dea, Warren, Thompson, Davey.
A FOSSILISED CHINA MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
A FOSSILISED CHINA MAN. A police party at Wyndham with two Chinamen went to View Hill to exhume the remains of a Chinaman who shot himself eight years ago. The body was dug out of some marsh mud and was found to be fossilised. The skin and flesh were perfect, the former being strong enough to allow of boat-hooks being stuck through it to lift the body out of the grave. Attempts to cut it with a spade were futile, the skin being as hard as a dried bullock hide. The body was burned with the usual Chinese ceremonies.
WARRAGUL TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
WA, 11AGUL TEAM, To play against Half-holiday, atWarragulon Wednesday, 19th inst, will be chosen from the following : - Brewer, Munro (2), O'Neill, Thomas, Kirwan, Beeton, McAlister (2), Rhoden (2), Rice (capt.), Duggan, Madeley, Mitchell, Burley, lhound, Connor (2), Lillie, Sullivan, Coghlan, Witton, Fullcrto n, Brad shaw, Coombe, Canali, Masterton, Morrell. Patterson, and Hallihan.
TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
TELEGRAMS Victoria.-To or from'any station,: aix words or under, 6d.; each additional word Id. ,;Nato and address of sonder and receiver is not charged. N.S.Wales.-Ten words, is. ; additional word, 2d. - S. Anstraliaand Tasmania, -Ten words 2s.; additional word 2d. Queensland and ?.estern Australia. Tenwaoids, Bs,; each additional word 8d.
A Remarkable Case. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
A Remarkable Case. The -proceedings of the -Royal Commission appointed in Sydney for the re-trial of George Dean convicted of having administered poison to his wife, call to mind the half buried story of the Mount Rennie trial in which there was no after inquiry. In Dean's case great public pressure was brought to bear, and one of the strongest arguments used in favor of a re-trial was that the trial before Judge Windoyer was a parody on the forms of Justice. Many people held the same opinions respecting the Mount Rennie trial which was rushed through before the same Judge, who summed up strongly against the prisoners-just as he did against Dean and who took a hurried verdict from a jury exhausted to stupidity by day and night sittings, but the Mount Rennie prisoners were without in iluential friends and four of them went straight away to the gallows, while the others were sent to gaol for life. At that time the face of the law was set against any serious enquiry into the character ...
Warning to Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
Warning to Advertisers. A good deal of publicity has been given recently to the proceedings of certain individuals in Melbourne who have been canvassing forad vertisements for country newspapers with which they have not the remotest coinnection. As the 'modus operandi' has been pretty fully exposed, it is unnecessary to go into details in this article, but we will relate one instance in Which the belief of this bogus snewsp,.per agent figured a day or two since. He had obtained an order for a one inch ad vertisement in fifty country news-. papers for twelve months, for the sum of £3 (£50 would be about a fair price for same), and the advertiser, under pressure, paid the first quarter in advance, but. as lie was not one of those confiding business dupes who are satisfied with the assurance that your advertisement is being ' inserted regularly in all the papers, lie took the trouble, some time after le had given the order, to examniuie the journals in which his advertisement was to ha...
A SEA-VIEW CASE. TREBLE CHARGE OF ASSAULT. SEQUEL TO TITTLE TATTLE. HEARD AT THE WARRAGUL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
A SEA-VIEW CASE TREBLE CHARGE 0' ASSAULT. SEQUEL TO TI''TL HEARD AT TIE \\'AUIhG>E L COURT. ":'L A " full house" was Preet , Warragul Police Court?o , at afternoon, when Sea . ?s Tuesd case was heard before 1r ati Cresswell, P.M. The part . cerned were Allan S Gra who charged Marg.ret : "a:., married woman; lo?M Faulkn?rgar t son; and a laborer. .."'., J Johnson, with unlawfuill a ?ineda him on June 5th. " asulb: Mr Gray appeared for the iforn, and Mr. Farlow defended. 't:ti The particulars havi:lg narrated by Mr. Gray, ' .a , Igormant was called and aid the 5th inst. I went to Ii Faulkner's place by uruan,, t with Johnson. Before etat however, I met Joulsoe aa thl Purcell. The three E of uaentsoa house and oi getting ther Faulkner if he had any ,Is a'] my clearing up a eaater Leo wife and lie said "' on s oi \\re went on to the veran5 Johl, Faulknecr called his moan . I told her I had accused .Jo day before of speakinig bad of and that we had arra etod here to clear the matter u...
OFTEN TIRED BUT NEVER WEARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
OFTEN TIRED BUT NEVER WEARY. Let's discuss this point for two minutes. Here's a man who says that at a certain period he began to feel "tired and weary." That's precisely the way he puts it ini his letter. .?Now anybody has a right to be tired or fatigued (it's the same thing) after labor or much exericse. It's the body's ftahion of telling you to hold up, to give it a rest. It is a natural and, in health, withupppeat and sleepjuist --that's hitferent. That comes fromn monotony, of waiting, of loneliness: Weinriness 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 " Stuffl" '" Humbug !" but study up on it. A man may be TIIrsen and happy, but not we.utv and happy. For weariness means depressed spirits, and nerves all sagged down in the puyddle. And when you get both at once you will be wise to find out what's gone wrong. It is a short letter, this is, and wve can just as well quote the whole of it. The writer say : "...
IN TIME OF DANGER. A TREACHEROUS FOE LURKING IN TOWN AND COUNTRY, HOW TO CONQUER IT. GOOD NEWS AND COUNCIL FOR MEN AND WOMEN OF EVERY AGE AND SOCIAL CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
IN TIME OF DANGER. A TREACHEROUS FOE LURK ING IN TOWN AND COUNTRY, o-- HO0W TO CONQUER IT. GOOD NEWS AND COUNSEL FOIL MEN AND WOMEN OF EVERY AGE ANDT SOCIAL CONDITION. From the age of forty to that of t' himself may be considered in the prime of life. From thirty to fifty the same can be said of women. But they are critical periods before that time and far more critical ones there after. There are so many things attacking us all through life, that life itself may be said to be filled with critical periods, but throughout it all there is one great, one parmount danger. It is a danger that has been brought about by modern civiliz ation. It is a danger that menaces both onen and women. It is a danger that is most insidious because it is so little understood. It is a danger that is most treacher ous and deceitful. That danger iI Brights disease of the kidneys. It attacks both men and women and, it attacks them in different manner- and at variousperiods of their lives. It steals like a t...
MUNICIPAL RELIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
M?UNICIPAL RELIEF. The Premier has introduced to the Assembly the Bill authorising advances to be made to municipalities. First class shires cities, and towns are ex cluded. The amouet which may be advanced is not to exceed the differ ence between the amount of endow ment actually paid to the borrowing municipality for the half-year ending December, 1802, and that which would have been paid had the Government grant not beenreduced. The aggregate advances are not to exceed £50,000. Repayment is. to be made by the Treasurer deducting each half year's instalment from the subsidy granted. In the event of any municipality defaulting to repay the instalment, the whole sum advanced may be recovered, from .the. municipality's You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local office your general priintig;, if you do not feel able to run an aidv?rtiseinent, surely you can afford to give the newspaper your cards, dodgers billheads letterheads, envelopes and all business printing to execut...
ILLEGAL DETENTION OF CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
ILLEGAL DETENTION OF CATTLE. At the Brandy Creek Police Court yesterday, before Mr. C. A. C. Cressivell. P.M., W. E. Gibson brought an action .against F. C. Mapleson, of Crossover, to recover the sum of.#"27 10s, the value of five bullocks illegally detained. M:r. P'arlow appeared for the com plainantt and MDr. Gray defended. From the evidence, it appeared that IMaplsoi bought the bullocks from MIr. J. C. Rlogers about a year ago, IMr Rogers having previously bought them fromn:Ir . \ Viliker, who purchased them--not in market overt-from a man named Lomez, formerly in the employ of Gibson, wivho lost sight- of the animals about twelve months ago, and about a month since discovered them in Maple son's possession. An order was made for the return of the cattle visthin seven days, on failure to comply withll which defendant to pay the value of same, viz.. 2710 ls, Costs were allowedt-0 4s e d,.. . ,
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WV.lRRAGUL. -o--- LICENSES. .T. Cow'an . G. Henlevr M. A. Calvert 1. l. lor.ley 31. J. EHtchtson , W. HcUitt A.'HoBtheson C: Holder M. A.. 3apleson J. lHolder W. lose T. 3. Johnson E. .. Spencer . Johnson J. S. Spencer J. Rco·It A. Wright W.Kelly S. Chandler E. G. Kirkland A. C, Don J. Kelly H. Fish W. L. Kneale T. Gapes F. S. Lvrer Thorpdalo South J. Larkin Creamery F. R. Lenipriere E. Weeks P. F. S. ?dnsgravo M. Mulcare D. Anrdio G. Napier I.L Moore Il. i\'.lonhuan W. G. Mi"Giown W. 1. Gardiner C. J. 1'Minrdie W'. Bleilby II. Neill A. C. Groom F. Newbury F. A. Foxall C. 3'iKeazic iW. G. Tong F. Nicol S. Laver A. J Nicholson S. Adkins W. O'Neill C. Adkins M. O'Neill J. Ashby I. O'Neill P. 1Baker J. 1I. Potter A. B3utterworth T. Price G. 1o.orlke T. l'illinston C. L. Jhower T. . Prker J. T. I:rinarove .1. E. Rolls D. A1. oyvd WV. litchie J. A. Boyd W. I:owley .. Cohen .I. Sloan T. Carter Il. Stark T. M. Clark T. J. Sheridan G. Clhrlton T. Smith G. Ciatheart 1...
THE RAILWAY PUZZLE SOLVED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
THE RAILWAY PUZZLE SOLVED. Our Warragul correspondent, says the " Argus," has drawn attention to the apparently anomalous system of the Railway department in charging for cattle as " stores" when they are carried down the Gippsland line, and as "fats" when they are taken up the line to Melbourne. The departmental explanation on the matter, is that charges are made per truck load, and the lower rate is allowed on down journeys as it is a case of back loading. The most of the traffic in cattle is of course to Melbourne, and the depart ment charges the lower rate from the metropolis as trucks are made use of which would otherwise have to run empty. -"
THE WISE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
THE WISE MIERCHANT. I'm a merchant, and am wise. Il the W~Amrlau.L GUratlIu I advertise; I get ny printing done there, too, If you are wise, friend, eo will you. Don't send to town, why take the trouble? And afterwards find they've charged you double, And work not done well-isn't it queer That folks send to town for what's better done here. You're a tradesman and wish to rise. Then in the Gcsiranu aanu Nvws you must advertise. The paper is cheap, and clearly the best, And largest circulation in Gippsland West. It's a good paper too -brimful of news, With useful information and tit-bits to amuse. The Government Gazette they alonys file, If you wish to inspect it, its worth your while. To call at the offie at any time During business hours-just after nine They'll tell you the price of their paper per luarter, If you don't take it in-I tell you, you ought'er. Times are hard- they once were with me, lBut not since I've taken the GramltsI , you see. If you can't afford it--you and I'll g...
A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
A.N.A. The Warragull Branch of the A.N.A. held their usual fortnightly meeting at the AtLenmoum on Tuesday, there being a large attendance present, Mr. H. V. Howell, president, occupied the chair. Nominations were received for the various offices in connection with the branch for the ensuing six months :--President, H. V. Howell, returned unopposed. Vice President: A, C. Lewis, and R. M'Naugh ton. Treasurer: C. Chapman, P. G. 13. Davis, and Jas. Gray. Secretary : J. M. Steedman, and G. G. Storie. Assistant Secretary: T. E. O'Donoghue, Jno Willett, and Thos. Doyle. Auditors: J. H. Gerrand, C. H. Round, E. M. Gibbes, E. F. C. Staveley, and J. T. Allinson. Conmmitteoo: E. Aspinall, MI. J. Curley, P. G. B. Davis, W. Jenyns, R. M'Naughton, A. M'Coll, A. C. Lewis, R. Hillard, J. B. Witton, T. E. O'Donoghne, \V. Phillips, and C. IH. Round. The followiog were initiated as Benefit members : W. A. Jack son, E. M. Gibbes, H. J. Powell, W. H. Waye, and -F. Somers. As honorary members: E. K. Pen...