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THE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
THE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT The following are the latest quotations : Cheese sold at 4dto 4.d.; medium 3d to 3Sd!; prime matured, 4jd to 5d. Potted Butter. - Prime frcsh at 8jd tog 9d. Fresh Butter. prime dairies from 11jd to 1s, a few speclal lines higher; mediuml to good, from 10d to lid, inferior lower. Eggs-selling to Is O.d. Bacon. - Town sides. 4d to .4.d per lb ; country 5d to 57d per lb. Hams,-Town tid to 7d per lb ; country from 4d to Gd per lb. Beeswax, lld. Lard.---Bladders, 3d to 4d. Honey.-Fine clear garden sold at 2 md; market good. Carease Pork, 21d to 24d. per lb ; medium 2d. Poultry,-Tur keys, to 9s id per pair; geese, 3s to 4s 9d per pair ; fowls 2s 4d to 3s ld pair, accord ng to quality; ducks, 2s to 2s 9d per pair.
Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 14 June 1895
Marriage. The marriage of Miss Kathleen Cope- land, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Copeland, of "Drumlarney," &nbsp; Warragul, and Mr. W. C. Parkes, formerly of Warragul, took place on Wednesday afternoon at the residence of the bride's parents. Miss Parkes and Miss Stella Copeland acted as bridesmaids, and Mr. F. Parkes as groomsman. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. Quick, of Brighton, and was witnessed by a numerous assemblage of relatives and friends. Tea was subsequently partaken of, and eventually the newly-married couple left for Melbourne by the train leaving Warragul at 4.35. The presents were of a choice and numerous character.
Not Generally Known. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
Not Generally,- Known. The following legal decisions on news. pnper law atre pnblish!ed for gnerl-infor instion- . 1. If any person'orders his paper to be disonntinicd, he must lie-it pay all arrears or the publishecr triy continue to. semn until payLCllet is nuulde, and. then collect the whole atonont. whether the paper is iketi froi tthe olffice or not. 2. The courts have dec?led tlbt re fusingt to-take newspapers and pertodi. cals from the pbsi-office, ff: removing, !atnd,leating them nmealled ;lor, is prima :facie evidence of intentional fraud.
MINING UNDER STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
MINING UNDER STREETS. Owing to the late development of gold bearing reefs in the streets:: at Maldon, numerous permits' to mine on and under the same have been issued by the local council. The council, 'however, have been rather taken aback by a letter received by the mining registrar at Maldon from the secretary of Mines stating that the streets were Crown land to a depth of 150ft. It was contended that if the Mining department can legally claim this right they should also relieve muinicipalities of all liabilities which might accrue through mining in streets being permitted- It was de cided to communicate with the depart ment on the subject,
NOTES ON DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
NOTES ON DAIRYINC. -4-- Irish butter, until the factory system of dairying was introduced, always held the pride of place in the British markets. Notwithstandirig that fac tory butter was driving dairy butter out of the English markets -yes, and Irish markets too-Irish dairy farmers were slow in abandoning the old system. Necessity has at last com pelled them to abandon the old system for the new, and the echo of the word "' creamery" is now heard on every side. Never was there such a rush of converts in the movement which has become so well established in' the South- of Ireland. The Irish Agricul tural Organisation Society has under its banner six or seven assiduous organisers, and they are unable to meet the demand that is being made on their services to attend merchants and farmers, 'and. explain to them what the word co-oleration means, as applied to dairying and agriculture, Then again there are many enter prising gentlemen in the South of Ireland possessed of capital, always r...
THE LONDONDERRY. ANOTHER RICH FIND. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
THE LONDOqDERRY. --e- ANOTHER RICH FIND. The Londonderry mine has again struck rich stone. The shoot which cut out suddenly on the surface has been picked up again at the 100ft. level in driving south on the ceurse of the reef. The company had been doing practically no work south of the main shaft till recently, when the south drive was started. The drive was carried 28ft. south, and on Monday night immensely rich stone was met with on the floor of the drive. The news of the discovery was believed to be too good to be true, but an in spection of the workings shows there is no doubt that a continuation of the .wonderful surface shoot has been met with. This discovery, coming after the rich development in the Wealth of Nations mine, has caused a great stir locally. Much of the stone gained from the new find is one-third gold. The secretary of the \Varraclnabeal Agricultural Society informs us that two oc.l gentlemen have offered £10 as a reit prize at thei- next show for the best our ...
MAKING SHIRTS. AT 1s. A DOZEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
MAKING SHIRTS. AT 1e. A DOZEN. -0 A deputation from the Tailors' Trade Protection Society waited upon the Chief Secretary last week to call attention to the evils of sweating as disclosed at a recent meeting in the Temperance Hall. The deputation was introduced by Mr. Prendergast, M.L.A., and was accompanied by Dr. Maloney, M.L.A., the Rev. A. R. Edgar, and Messrs. Barker, J.P., and S. Manger. Several speakers gave instances of sweating, and complained that some of the places where work was com pleted were nothing better than in sanitary hovels. The Rev. A. R. Edgar deplored the evils of sweating, which, to his know ledge, was on the increase. A woman he knew worked sixteen hours a day marking shirts at is a dozen, and barely able to earn is da per day by very hard work. Factories were carried on in this city where the prov sions of the Factory Act were practically ignored. Mr. Barker gave an instance of a poor woman, deserted by her husband, whose health had utterly broken down in ...
FARMING IN GIPPSLAND. AN INTERESTING SKETCH. A TYPICAL BUSH FARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
FARMING INp (Ipps AN INTERESTIG Sli 0-..o~~ . A TYPICAL BUSH1 Fy l -- - o--.- -. l, , (BY TIIISTLr:Dows I.N Thtxi Ar,?ST ' In thie Gipplml d forest for example--the setlr.dh drawbaeckst, collie wilt brh in tile stirpe of big treers to also particular ladlvanlae, coulnlon to other part e W\hen all the circursh rical in the balance, and the at ar drawbacks collputed in,, with other farmio il relitiv ltflicnlt to decide what Valite is the best. Much del a clinlattiou and require individual, or the viewirlli regard to whlat constituite Ill I region and anr enjolyallle place a There are people who ho t opilnons on those Viii prefer hile dry and li-g districts in tile lnorth, ti growing can be extesir.el.. while others prefer to, be ci " oir growpigrotatoes aid rilk .. volcanic slopes that have been many a blow of the aye in lerns of Ilhe forest. It i therefore, to state wilel district to go to bogil flOain leioll is often askedl inlividual Inmst decide thie self. There are 'elector a it ...
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WAIIRIAGUL. J. Cowni, I. Tlrllle N. A. alverlt i I. G. Ifaorey 31. .J. Ililtd c l f ,V. Hewitt A. llltltel.Oul C. Holder 31. A. Mnpdlell J. Jinider WV. Htone.r R. Ii. ,pnlnear II ..a1iwo,1 . S. pienr Ecer . o. Ktll d If. W ri W. \V . Kelly S. Chandler . G. lliirlat A. C.!tan . Fells~r if. Fslt . L. ImpaleTI T. Gapes F. S. Laer Iilorj nlel Sonth .1. Larkin (.rellery F. H. Lewlprire 1. Weni 1'. F. S. Mnngrve it. duic i c . MO'rdie G1. Napir I. lnnr It. W. I'nlitn 'A. G. Mh~jow t'. H. l;ardiia r C.. .1.' tI.\irdie \ ( (in Il . NI'lellllni A. C. Iroon F. NitrnrI S. LIver A. .1 Ni-lhor n St. Adkin 1. O1N elll CT. AZ. Iiin; DI. O'Ne~illclil I' ' Ba e .1. 1 ote r A. Jnt lerrill . Pii ri-ie Ii, IlnLe I' IiI. IVii fii C L.C I ini.r 1. .. .lrkl'r I1'. I I, lllnl ' .O Y ;\V. rmtchio J. AT. Hoy W ale T. Calter (I. Stark I. Al Clunic ;1..1. Sher(11all G7. Crllllr lto ''.Smt C. (111111 il I. . ;. Uler cklforl A. I 1101i \V. Sldiell ill 1. Fltl grld J1. A. Sieffield T. Frno...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, JUNE 18TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
THE WITH WHICU Is LmCOeIOIThD, gite WitrrigIl gaetus. TUESDAY, JUNE 18TH, 1893. Good News. The last consignment ot butter sent t6 Melbourne from the Warragul Butter Factory realisod Is. per lb. It is antici pated, however, in view of the rise of a few days ago, that this figure will shortly be considerably improved upon, and that unusually good prices will rule through out the winter months. This is due mainly to the export of Victorian butter to Western Australia and Queensland and the consequent depletion of the local market. Butter is selling in Melbourne at is ld per lb., and bread is 5d the 4lb. loaf. Potatoes are also rising, and chaff is fetching a better figure than has been the case for a considerable while past. Althogether, therefore, things are looking a bit brighter for Ithe farmer and duaryman, and the least one can wish for is that the improvement niy be maintained.
A GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
A GIPPSLAND RAILWAY. 'About' one third' of the earthwork on the ,Outtrim coal line has now been accomplished, and at the rate of 'advaneb so far the line will probably not be completed before October. though the Railway department, is making every effort to push on with the work. The wet weather has lately interfered with progress, and everything depends on the state of the ground. The earthworks for the whole line is somethingo over 250,000 cibic yards. There are over 80 drays now at work, and the department is advertising for more, In addition to these a narrow gauge portable railway is to be put down at once, and the material is on the way to the spot. Light rolling stock will'be used, and with this aid to the transport of soil itis hoped that more rapid progress will be possible. More men can then be taken on for pick and shovel work. Bread is the staff ofl hinan life, and advertising is the staff of bnsineiss
Leasing Government Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
Leasing Government Roade. tIr. O'Neill and Mr. G. J. Turner are the sponsors of a bill which has just beeo published for the ldasing of all Govern ment roads that are not. required for traffic. It is provided that the various couneils shall furnish to the Sccretary for Lands a returnof all unused roads, and the .Governor in Council may grant licences for the occupation of such. roads by. the adjoining land" owners. '"Every licence of any.unused road shall be for a pericd of 12 months from the 1st January' i ' any year, and the occupation fee payable shall be fixed at the same rato per acre as the annual ratable value of the land which abuts thereon. A third of the money received by the Crown as occupation fees is to be received by the sliire council in whose area are the un. used roads for' hich licences have been issued, and the remaining two.thirds are to be applied by the Government towards the repaxr and maistenance' of bridges on main roads.
CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
CURRENT EVENTS. (BY T'An O'Sux.urEm). -0- - Wednesday last both my fair and my brave readers will recollect was a particularly cold and miserable day. Late in the afternoon I strolled along Queen-street, past the old deserted GUARDIAN oflice and as all the shops were closed I thought the town had a peculiarly glum appearance, Glancing upwards above the verandahs of Connor's buildings I noticed a ladder fixed, up which a vandal of a painter had been at work smudging out the old sign of Parkes, Copeland and Co with its snug memories of the dear old boom days. I then passed eastward reflecting upon the mutability of all eatthly: institutions, from singboards to spinsters, when suddenly the sounds of horses hoofs spanking down the State school hill smote upon my ear's and in a second it was evident that a wedding party was hurrrying by. It was also quite evident that not many minutes before; a new firm-Pa,'kes and Copeland-had been created. From Drumlarney to Coolgardie land is.a big le...
CATHOLIC CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
CAmOLIO CIIRCII.-Mass will be celebrated on.P Fiday, 21st (Feast of' Sacred Heart), Warragul 9 am.i.;..Saturday. 22nd, Neerim south,;'10 n):; Snday, 23rd, Yarragon, 9 a.m, Warragnl,.ll a.mn., Neerim North, 11 am*, (Vespers (Warragul) 7 p.nl,
TO-MORROW'S MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
TO-iMORROW'S MIATCH. Smt,-I think it is possible to have too much of a good thing. I ai led to make these remarks owing to hearing nothing discussed of late in tthe town but the coming match between the too rival clubs we have in xistenceo in the town. Foot ball is a manly game, no doubt, and calculated to develop the physical powers of our younng men, If indulged in moderately, but, sir, football has con sighed to a premature grave many a line manly young man in tins colony, and has been the primary cause of leaving others with enfeebled constitutions. Our-young mion, ambitious for the laurels of the foot baller, disregard the ordinary precautions of every day life in regard to health. Heated and excited in the rough-and. tumble of football, chills and colds are the inevitable results in many instances, and we know what follows. I have heard this last few days a good deal in regard to the match to be played on Wednesday next, and the opinion is entertained by many that so great is ...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
TELEGIRAMS Victoria.--To or from any station, six words or under, (d.; each additional wl'rd Id. \amiio and addres. of -sender and receiver is not charged. i N.S.Wales.--Ten words, 1s. ; additional word, 2d. S. Australia and Tasmania,;-Ten words 2s.; additional' word 2d. Queensland and 'Western .Australia. Ten.words, as,'; eachl additiotimi Word 8d.
The Rise in Potatoes. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
The Rise in Potatoes. The recent rise in the price of potatoes, small though it is, will be appreciated by growers throughout the Warragul and Neerimt districts. And if. the prices will touch £2 per ton in the imumediate future, the ottlook icr the farmer will be touch less gloomy thanll it has been for many montths past. Only the farmers thetmselves and those directly associated with them cati understand the citent of the depend ncue thatlhad been placed upon the potato crop, and their blank dissappoitintment and dispair at the ridiculously low rates ruling ior the present season's crop. The majority of the farmers in the district have more or less acreage tinder the tubor, while not a few in Neerim and Jindivick will have fronm 200 to 800 tons to dispose of.
OUR LETTER BOX. [We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] SUNDAY FOOTBALL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
OUR LETTER BOX. [W1 wish it.to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.1 SUNDAY FOOTBALL. TO TIIL EDITOR. .Sin,-I was pained and disgusted yesterday (Sunday) afternoon, in walking out with it friend, at the sight of about 40 of our young men-and boys playing foot ball in the Show-ground. If this is what football is doing for our young men and youths, it is time that those interested in the social and moral well-being of the community discountenanced it altogother, as it is becominga curse to the community. Morning, noon, and night we hearnothing but football of late. It is to be hoped that Sergeant Hillard and his men will see that in future the sanctity of the Sabbath is not violated in the manner it was done yesterday, and that an example will be made by those who indulge in such pastime on the Sabbath.-Yours, etc., PATEIRFAMILIAS. Warragul, 17/60/95.
THE WISE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
THE WISE MVERCHANT. in a n mrchiant. antl an wise, In; tht W-hmer. (?rAr.miAi I alvycrti. e; IJ t my printing done there, to., If you are wise, friend, so will you. nll'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 end to to twn for what's better done here. You're a tralesmnan aul wish to ri,', Then i tile Gr:inL?,ts asi, Ncew, you Iultst a:lr,:rtise. The paper is cheap, and clearly the best. And largest circulation in Gippslanl West. It': a Igood paper to'-brimfull of news, With useful Inlorm:ttio, and tit-bits to The Governoment Gazette they always tile, If you wish to inspect it, its worth your while. To call at the office at any time ]hiring bus.iness hourts -j.t after nine They'll tell you the prl,:ice of, their paper per quarter, If you don't take it in-I tell you, you ought'er. Ti"mes are harl- they once were with me, But not since I've talken the GUALnLus, you see. If you can't afford i...