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POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
POSTAL INFORMATION. EsXUtiLSn MAILS CLOSE AT GENCIIAL P1'ST-OFr~cE. Pareles, 4.1.0 p.m. the day before steamer loaves. Ilegistered letters, 11.0~. 'n.m. the day mnail leaves. Ordinaryletters, packets and nowepapers i p.m. day until leaves. Intercolonial, British and foreign Pareles Y'ost.-Limhit of weight, 11 lbs. 'Postage-United Kingdom, 2 lbs o: nider, is. 6d.; each additional 1 lb or lrder, 'Jd. India, 1 lb. or under, is.; cach additional 1 lb., is. P'areles are also forwarded, vi- London to every colony and country to which the United Kingdom scrnls parcels. lhates ald liarticulars can be obtained at any post ollice. GENfERAL. Postal IRates.--nlan d.- Letters.-E very ounce, "d.: urgnut letters, 6tL additional. Intercolontal.--Letters.-Every hal folne ortunder, 2d. JPackets.-Evtry 2oz. or under, Id.. Books and s:nagazHsses.-l vecry 4 oz. or under, 2d, Newspapers, 4d. jfPackets to New Somth Wales and Queenaland, containing articles of any vaule, must be paid leticer rate. Inland P...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE.' wAIrIA CUf. TO 3MMIOU?RNE. !. rDe.. p" . .. .m. Wurragul 7 11.0 -1.35 .7.i5 JJroum . 11. L '4.50 8:10 lngwarry 11.31 .o 8.2.5 Bunyip l . 11.38 5.15 8..12 artield . 11.415 15.23 8.30 "rynuog 11..12 5.30 8.46 Nnr-nunrr,eoon .. 12.0 6.40 8.1.I 'nrakhAmt .. 1 2.9 5.52 9.4 U1raconsfield . 12.25 6.14 9.20 IIrwiek . 12.30 6.18 U.2:1 I)nndeno .. 12.53 (.s50 1.52 li akl igh (i) . 1.1 7.111 Oakleigh'(d) .. 1.21 7.23 10.10 Melbourne .. 1.45 7.52 10.40 I1ET1.!OIItNE 10 WARlKAGUL. Dep. a.m a.m p.m Melbourne .. 7.50 11.50 4.30 Oakleigh .. 8.22 12.30 5.2 I)andlenon" .. 8.411 1.15 5.28 IJerwi:k .. 1.10, 1.42 5.52 Ilnconsfield .. 9.1:1 1.16 5.50 I'akenhtam .. I.::I 2.7 " 117 Naroar-goon .. 11.14 9.18 r.24 Tynon, .. 9.52 I 2.29 6.32 Garfield .. 9.58 2.35 6.9 liunyizp .. 10.4 2.49 6.48 Long:warry .. 1010 1 6..5 Drouin .. 10.231 .21 7.10 ?,,ru? gu.l 10.3 3 3.371.2 " VWAIRtlitlU TO 1 IIAIALGON. SeIparlinre. a.in p.Imn p.mn Wnrragul .. 0 ]1. G.1. 7.80 Illhsomliel, .. 11.1m 5.152 7.55...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
Business Notices. SC .WEITZER'S "THE ANTI-DYSPEPTIG. COCOA." HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. -:o: T. T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & Chaff Merchant F(TLe A. 1'. MYERS & CO.) Napier-street, Warragul. Flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety. t- Horse Feed, Fowls' Feed, Grass Seed, Potatoes, &c. BONE DUST-- -BONE DUST, - 31 at the Lowest Possible Prices. - VIRS. J. ROSS, -Queen Street, Warragul- IAS a Large and Varied Collection of LSTATIONERY, CHIIILDIENS' TOYS, SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such as Iloohk, Slates, Bags, &c., HAIEIRDASIIERIY, Cottons, Wools and Crewel Silks. Tihe 0il Paints, and the beautiful Enamel Paints. Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFECTIONERY. Agent for Singer's Sewing Machine and lequisites. Also Fruit and Vecetables in Season. CUlIISTMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps for Sale.' - TEETI. - TEETt [ TEETIrFrom One Guinea a Set ! TEETI | TEirTIIn SETH, MR. JOHN STEWART, TEETH Registered Surgeon Dentist TEETH or zme...
THE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
THE MARKETS.. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT The following are the latest quotations : Cheese sold at 4&to 4.d.; mediuti 3d to 3adl; primue matured, 4.td to 5d. Potted Butter. - Primo fresh at 8~d to 9ld. Fresh Butter.- prime dairies from i11ld to is, a few spee:al lines higher; medium to good, from 10d to lid, inferior lower. Eggs-selling to is Old. Bacon. - Town sides, 4d to 4id per Ib; country 5d to 57d per. lb. Hams,-Town id to 7d per lb ; country from 4d to 6d per lb. Beeswax, 11d. *Lard.-Bladders, 3d to 4d. Honey.-Fine clear garden sold at 24d; market good. Carcase Pork, 2jd to 24d. per lb; medium 2d. Ponltry,-Tur keys, to 'Is GId per pair; geese, 3s to 4s 9d per pair ; fowls 2s 4d to 3s ld pair, accord ing to quality ; ducks, 2s to 2s Od per pair.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
EXTRACT FROM A TRADESMIAN'S LETTER: "Am very pleased with Circnlars and Cards...They show moch better work manship than some I had done in 1Melbourne a few months ago, and are cheaper...Please send quotations for Billheads."-- . "WARRIaGUL GUAImnA?" PRINTING WOKs,1 QVEEti STRETiT1 Wa?aUar' 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 to SKEWS & PATTERSON'S Office. Orders Received and Executed aM Usual. J. DODDS, TEACHER of IVIUSIC Organ, Pianoforte & Singing. - Visits Neerim on Saturdays:. ADDnESS VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL HOM(EOPATHIC MEDICINES OF SPECIcr PURITY & STRENGTH PRIEPAIED DY MARTIN & PLEASANCE, 180 Collins St., Melbourne. SPECIALITIES : TINCTURE OF PODOPHYLLIN. Tincture of Podophyllin for...
HALF-HOLIDAY TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
IlALF-HOLIDAY TEAM, To play against Warragul, on the Show ground, Warragul, oni Wednesday next, will be cihosn from the following :--Redman (capt.). Doddrell, Knights, Masterton, Bolton, O'Neill, Livcslcy, Henderson, Miller, Carter, Walker. Cunningham, Lillic, Syme, Baker, Colulhoun (g), Aspinall (vice-capt.), Whit taker, Whithurn, Young. Kendall, (2) Jack son, Gerand, A. Love, Steadman Blacker, Scanlon, and A. Brown, Murray, P. U'Dca, Warren, Thompson, Davey.
Local Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
Local Rates. We have received from Mr. J. Picken, secretary of the Warragul lhire, the following particulars of rates and arrears rcceived by the Council from 1st October, 1894, till 10th June, 1895: North Riding : Rates, £363 T7 6d; arrears, £151 19s 8d; total, £515 7s 2d. Central Riding: Rlates, £313 18s; arrears, £123 is d ; total, £436 1ls 6d. South Riding : Rates, £326 s; arrears, £195 19s d ; total, £522 Ss 9d. Totals for Shiro: ltates, £1003 14s 6d; arrears, £471 Os lld; total, £147415s 5d. For the Buln Blin Shire the figures are as follows: North Riding: Rates, £20 Gas ; arrears, £127 15s; total, £418 Is. Centre Riding: Rates, 5£393 13s; arrears, £211 14s; total, £605 7s. South Riding: Rlates, £389 Os; ar rears, £189 Os; total, £578 12s. Total for Shire, £1602. Mr. J. II. Mount, of Neerint South, has purchased one of Carlson's patent potato diggers. He has put the machine to severe tests, and he is now satisfied that it is more economical than manual labor. For the benefit o...
ALL SORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
ALL SORTS. While a lady was crossing a line at Cheltenham she became confused on seeing a train approaching, and stopped in the middle of the track. Railway officials shouted for her to lie down, which she did just as the train reached her. When half its length had passed over her the train pulled up, and it was found that, although unconscious, she had escaped entirely uninjured. A sister's dream led to the recovery of the body of a drowned girl at Birmingham. During a service conducted by Mr. Moody in Texas, and attended by 10,000 people, the roof of the building collapsed during a storm; killing one person and injuring fifty others. The first European child has been born in Manica, a territory of the African Chartered Company. To signa lise the event, it has been named Rhodes, and the comrpany have made the infant the free grant of a farm. A man with nineteen previous con victions standing against him, was sentenced to five years' penal servitude for stealing threepence from the ...
LYNCHED. HORRIBLE DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 June 1895
LYNCHED. HORRIBLE DEATHS. An extraordinary lynching has taken place in Florida, United States of America. The victims of the lynching party were three negroes, who had been accused of committing a criminal assault upon a white woman. That the men were guilty there does not appear to have been much doubt, but the lynchers refused to allow the ordinary law to take its course in regard to them. The accused were seized on their way to the gaol and carried to the nearest line of railway. There the negroes were first gagged, and then securely fastened, some little distance apart, with their bodies lying directly across the rails. The lynchers then retired into the bush, and awaited the arrival of the first train. This in due course came at full speed along the line, passing over the bodies of the three negroes, and cutting them to pieces.
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
*RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WAr\liAGUL. -0-- IttENSES. J. Coanii I G. J!iiler If.A. Cailvert 1.. G. i ursler A. Itntclrwtn . Ho ldrer A. lliiie TS . 11. JTtI E0. A. Slis i.z. It. JII ron J*. S.ITC SpIc 1 Iiilii~ii A. Wrighti I. Ar il S. Chandl.r E. U. Kid In i AI. t',!n 1 KIs LH HT. Flail \V I·. L. hneal Thiirprlale South I1 Larkini Ci~siiiiery F . I i.isri (icer E. Iecks I. F. S. I sgr7.ce M. ,\hclre ) il ldi G. pier R. ilir II. \V. ]is.'is,. W. (.. 3I l~Csn . iJ. s 0 r ii C. I.Ptiirrdic W. 1ril~v . NelllI A. llls. j d Nuollr F.A. I'oal (,11fieti . C. Tog .N ico S. Laceir A.I 1 ii.'soiio S. Ailkigs .~ ('\eill C. AdLi I iim N. 'Nellt it. A'h Ii. c, 'sII 1'. linker 1T. 11. l'oie' A. It i erwsiri.I l i. Iri's G. u '.111:0 '1. 1'JtIn gtono C. I. iXncer .C Prer J.'' T.irso.grcie 1. . Ti .ilK . . \I JIssr \V. lujitcitii .1. A. lhvl'd \\. IRowly T. Carter MI. Strlk (I. (Iliar: is . iSmitli (i. cidihesri F1 II 1' Slisklefor.I A. Erick~soi \V . .ht"1ie i. F. Fii:'crl 1. Sheffield T. I rasemit ...
TOM BRASSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
TOM BRASSEY. The Hon. Tom Brassey, the eldest son of our Governor-elect, claims "' to have seen more of the British Empire than any man of his age--82." If Tom comes out here with his papa, and dares to repeat that statement, there will be bloodshed between him ,nd the much travelled-son of the most travelled Smythe. Carlyle Smythe has seen pretty well every part of the British Empire, and has travelled from town to town " all over the shop." He is not 82 yet. The Smythes, reserve to themselves the title of cocks of the traelling walk and if the Hon. Tom will mention a place where they have not been they will be bound to hurry off as soon as the nearest steamer" will take them. If Brassey's statement turned out to bB true, Smythe junior ivould henceforth be the much gravelled.
TURF AND FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
TURF AND FIELD. The death is announced of Mr. Charles Makinson, formerly a well known Melboirnrie oricketir. who ,for many years past has resided ini Eng land.. The Marylebone:Cricket club; has suscribed £200 to the fund' which is being raised for the purpose of pre senting a national testimonial to Mr. W. G. Grace, the well-known cricketer. ' ?'
CABINET COUNCIL. PRESENT : ALL THE MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
CABINET COUNCIL PRESENT: ALL TIHE MINISTERS. -0 Premier: Well, boys, I'm sorry *to say that we did not get on quite as well as we expected yesterday. . Peacock :' You mean about the pensions to the lady teachers? Why, we beat them hands down. The twenty eight advancing women could only muster a man apiece. Isaacs: Well. you wouldn'tadvocate polygamy in retired lady teachers, would you ? . Peacock : I'm sure I don't know. Lady teachers are capable of anything. One thing is certain, however, and that is that we defeated their nefarious designs upon the Treasury. (Laughs loudly. Eater an atten dant.) Attendant: Beg pardon. gentle men-accident occurred to the build. ing? Premier: .No. It was only-Mr. Peacock laughing. You can have' new glass put in the windows: as soon as this council meeting is finished. Attendant.-Yes, sir. (Attendant withdraws). Premier: Really, Peacock, in these days of retrenchment I must ask you to laugh in the cpen air. The glazier's bill. for your office in "the...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, JUNE 21ST, 1895. Butter and Flax. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
THE S1argault d uadiau wITH Wi uce IS iCOnPOATEDL , aShe Wadgu nt letsy. FRIDAY, JUNE 21sT, 1895. Butter. and Flax; The sudden rise in the price of butter has caused a lot of grumbling amongst consumers in the towns and cities. Five weeks ago best factory butter was selling at auction in Melbourne at 6.d per lb. This week the same brands are going from 10d to is. and factories are nct anxious to sell. There is something like a butter famine in Sydney. The drought has affected productiul;,and local supplies consequently are exceedingly short Buyers from Sydney have been operating freely in Melbourne recently, and as some of them offer to buy three or four months "forward" at current market rates this may be taken as a guarantee that butter will not recede much in value during the winter. That it - will go much higher, however, does not seem certain. The low price of butter a few weeks ago caused many of the factories to enter-largely into cheesemaking. This, of course, tended to shor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
ARE YOU AFFLICTED with DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION, KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKEACHE, . ACHING LIMBS, or LIVER COMPAINT ? If so, safe remedies are within your reach at a nominalcost. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have never yet failed to cure the worst cases. General debility, ner vousness, weakness, and general com plaints of the digestive and nervous systems are promptly cured by these reliable remedies. They are prepared by scientific processess, and are not merely mechanical mixtures made only to " gull the public." The renown CLEMENTS TONIC and ELETCHER'S PILLS have won in Australasia is proof of the fact that they stand preeminent for their special classes of diseases. No remedies ever sold gave such entire satisfaction to their patrons, and evidence is forth coming from every city, town, and village to prove their virtues. No dcubt can now exist as to their value, but purchasers must be careful to get the genuine articles as many unscru pulous traders will attempt t0 palm off a s...
PONY MATCHES AT DROUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
PONY MATCHES AT DROUIN. -4-- On Monday a good concourse of persons assembled at the Drouin race course to witness a couple of races between well-known local ponies. The day was fine and the recent frosts had put the course in capital going order. The first event, for £10 a side, was between ponies belonging to Messrs. Stookes (Brandy Creek) and Rigg (Warragul). Neither of the little 'uns would be more than 12 hands high, and that belonging to Mr. Stooke looked and proved the fittest. Janet (Mr. Rigg's) had the inside running, but the ponies had not gone more than half a furlong when Little Nell (Mr. Stooke's) drew away from her opponent. Gradually she increased her lead until half the distance had been travelled, when she was a dozen lengths in front. Both ponies were sent for all they were worth, but Little Nell finished with fully 15 lengths to spare. Janet did not gallop at all freely, her owners claiming that she was suffering from a severe cold: Pony Match. £10 a side. Four fur...
FIXTURES : [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
FIXTURES : The following are the fixtures for the Metropolitan seniors for Saturday next: South Melbourne v. Port Melb.-S.M.C.G. North Melbourne v. Williamstown--W.C.G. Geelong v. St. Kilda-Geelong C.G. Fitzroy v. Carlton-F.C.G. Melbourne v. Rlichmond-R?.C.G. Essendon v. Collingwood--V.P. Footscray vacant.
LOOK [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
LOOK ON TuIs PlcTUnE : There was a toan, who had a store, SAnd hlie was wondrous wise, And as he marked his prices down, Took care to advertise. And daily people thronged that shop, And goods they bought galore; The owner gleefully exclaimed " I'll advertise some more." "There's wondrous powerin printers ink When properly applied; That it's essential to success Can never be denied." Though times were hard, and money scarce, The trade done ywas surprising. He chuckled gaily to himsell; And kept on advertising. The business grows by leaps and bounds, Hfo rakes the shekels in, And blesses lond the paper bold That helps him make his tin. AND ON THIS : He sat at his door at noonday, 16nely, glum and sad. The flies were buzzing taround him, Led by a blue-winged gad. Not a customer darkened his portal, ,Not a sign of business was there ; But. the flies kept on buzzing about the old man's hair. At last, in misery, lie shouted : "Great Scottl I'rmcovered with flies;" And the zephers which to...
FOOTBALL. STORIE CUP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
;, .'·-7". ---- - _ok FOOTBALL. STORIE CUP COMPETITION. 0o The following is the draw in connec tion, with this competition; all matches to be played on Wednesdays: -Ju.Se 26 3rAlndy reek v. Warrngul at Brandy Creek. it.solas v.Bunyip at Warragul. JJvL 3 vacant JULY 10 Wsrrasul v. Bunyip at Warragul. lrasy Ck.. v Half-Holiday at Brandy Ck. -JULY 17 ?rragul v. Half-Holiday at Warragul. 1i:yip v. Drandy Creek at Bunyip. -JULY 31 5,ndy Creek v. Warragulat Brandy Creek g.llloliday v. B1nyip at Warragul.