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The Law. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
The Law. The Sale General Sessions and County Court conmenced yesterday before Judge Walsh. At the former, G. Ross and J. Williams will be charged with house breaking and larceny near Drouin. They are reputed to be hardened criminals. Alfred C. Horsley, an auctioineer and commission agent, will be presented, charged with serious embezzlement at Foster. The cases at the County Court are likely to be lengthy. In one a man named Neil Weir seeks to recover £250 from Constable WV. Arthur, of Rosedale. Weir was arrested by the constable on a charge of stealing a billiard ball, and the case at the police court was dismissed. Another case of importance is M'Innies v. the shire of Traralgon, £500 being claimed for damage to plaintiffs land. Messrs. Whelan Bros., of Bloomfield, lost four cows last week. They were killed by falling timber during the stormy weather. Two of them were in full milk and two were springers. One of them met its death in a peculiar way. It was evidently raking shelter...
Bloomfield Draught Club. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 21 June 1895
Bloomfield Draught Club. At a committee meeting of the above Club hold on Friday evening last it was decided to play a tournament for a trophy kindly presented by Mr. Davis. Messrs C. Krosebel, H. Doherty and J. B3. Crocker were appointed handicappers and declared the following handicaps:--F. Livesley, S. Livesley, C. Kroschel, H. Doherty, and J. .B. Crocker, scratch, J. C. Willis and W. Henderson conceded one man in each of three games out of seven and J. Kennedy conceded two men in each of seven games. The club is an institution that has been badly wanted for years and now that it is started, from the interest manifested by the members, it seems to have a good future before it. It is whispered that a team of half-a dozen of the members would like to try conclusions with a like number of the best players in Warragul on the ancient " checks"
SALE ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
SALE ASSIZES. At the Sale Criminal Sessions on Friday last, Judge Walsh imposed the following sentences: John Williams, for housebreaking at Longwarry, four years' hard labor, the first week in the seventh, ninth and eleventh months of the last years to be spent in solitary confinement. George Ross, a companion of Williams, and on whom jewellery stolen from Lindeman's was found when arrested, was sentenced to seven years' hard labor, the first week in the first, third, fifth, ninth, and eleventh months of the last year in solitary confinement. Ross,- who admitted a long string of previous conivictions, said " Thank you your Honor," and stepped down. C. A. Horsely, convicted of converting £111 5s to his own use, having received the money as agent for sale of sheep, was sentenced to six months' -imprisonment. Accused had endorsed bills in the presence of prosecutor, a grazier at Fish Creek, with the name of Matthews Bros., and Plummer, of Drouin, thus leading him to believe that he wa...
MORE GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
MORE GOLD. --- . Good gold has been struck in a claim a mile north of the Londonderry on the main line of reef. The gold, which shows coarsely in the iron stained quartz, is estimated at from Gox to 70oz to the ton. Rich stone is also being raised from the London derry Consols, situated half a mile south of the Londonderry. The news of the rich discovery of alluvial near Lake Cowan was con firmed last " week. The find was made by two diggers, who have brought in 1,000oz of gold, including a slug of 175oz. The locality of the dnd is one mile south of the Cardiff Castle mine, between Lake Lefroy and Lake Cowan, and within less than 10 miles south of Coolgardie. The news has created a good deal of excitement in the town. Large numbers of men are leaving for the rush. Several camel teams are being started out for the locality. The road is well watered, and plenty of water is available on the scene of the find.
POULTRY AND RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
POULTRY AND RABBITS. The Department of Agriculture is shipping 100 tons of game, rabbits, and poultry-comprising ducklings, chickens, and turkeys-by the s,s, Damascus, of the Aberdeen line, which sails on the 26th inst. The extent to which this business has grown will be seen by contrasting the present shipment of 100 tons, the first of the present season, with the shipment of about one ton with which the department started last season. Great care has been taken in the preparation of the shipment, which will come upon the English market in competition with English produce. The ducklings will be consigned to the Agent-General in order that the packing may be inspected on arrival, these birds being packed in absorbent paper.
NEERIM SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
NEERIM SOUTH. (FROM OUR OWNS CORRESPONDENT.) ---- Much inconvenience is felt by the removal of the Post-office to the rail way station. A worse season of the year could not have been selected by the department to further its scheme of retrenchment, seeing that, as a rule, the children are commissioned to fetch the mail. which means a mile extra for most of them to travel during winter. Had our State-school occupied its rightful position in the township that would undonbtedly have been the place to transfer the post-office to. It is even a question now for the residents to consider, whether it would not be more convenient to have it at the State-school, isolated as is its position for a very large majority of families are represented there, who could post and carry home the mail, with much less inconvenience than is at present felt. It would confer a great benefit on the district if some patriotic gentle man would give a site to the depart ment. ' There could then be no reason why ou...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, JUNE 25TH, 1895. Buln Buln Apples. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
THE WITH WUICH Is INCOBPOIATED lice Warraztt ýdja. TUESDAY, JUNE Zorn, 1895. Buln Buln Applos. In connection with the exporting trade done by Messrs. Fink and Levien from their extensive orchard propertyaat B3uln Buln, of which Mr. IR. Armstrong is the general manager, appliances have recently been procured for preparing apples for export in.a compressed form. An ingenious little machine peels, slices, and coresthem "in one act," and the fruit is then dipped into. a tub of salt water to prevent its discoloration by atmospheric effect. The slices are then inches wide with an open cane iwicker work bottom-and subsequently placed in a receptacle where they are subjected to the intluence of sulphur fumes to give them an attractive whitened appearance. This operation lasts about twenty minutes. The trays are then taken out and placed in the evaporator-an oven constructed of galvanised iron, and measuring about 7ft. in height, 5ft. in width and 3ft. in depth. The fire is at the bottom, an...
STATE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
STATE COMPETITION. An illustration of the underbidding with which the Railway department has to contend on all sides in the competition for trade is furnished 15 the fish traffic from the Port Fairy district, where fish are taken t WVarrnambool by the beoats to catch the steamer, which carries the freighta about half the railway charges. Te railway department has recently me some concessions to the fish trade, and when the commissioners were lately at Port Fairy on tour the fishermen professed to be satisfied. Formier the department charged by the Iet weightof each basket, but nowthte is taken out on the bulk weightbo whole consignment, and the bha5' are reckoned as holding only 63g though in fact they average 6Ilb., he the extra 7 lb. is not chard for. The railwap charge for ta 70 lb rit, carried from Port Fairy to Melbhas 187 miles, is 1s li, which thec missioners consider a very reesones rate. Question: What constitutes the .1 of a newspaper as an advertising hereo Answer: Its ci...
THE WISE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
THE WISE IMERCHANT. I'm a merchant, and am wise, In the Wtaer.cir. GonituAy I advertise; I get my printing done there, too, If you are wise, friend, so will you. D)on't send to town, why take the trouble? And afterwards find they've charged you double, And work niot done well-isn't it queer That foll:s send to town for what's better done here. You're a tradesman and wish to rise, Then in thle Grsnu ,s .me News you must advertise. The paper is cheanp, and clearly the best, And largest cireulation in Gippsland West. It's a good paper too - brimful of news, Wilth useful information and tit-bits to amnuse. The Government Gazette they alsays file, If you wish to inspect it, its worth your swhile. To call at the slice at any time Diring business hours-just after nine They'll tell you the price of their paper per quarter, If you don't take it in-I tell you, you ought'er. Times are hard- they once were with me, But not since I've taken the (Gulnouse, you see. It you can't afford it-you and ...
The Suicide at Drouin. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
The Suicide at Drouin. A magisterial inquiry was, held at Drouin on Friday before Mr. J. G. Young. J.P., on the remains of Mr. C. W. Miles, late auctioneer, of that town, when a verdict was returnied that deceased met his death through a gun shot wound, self inflicted, there being no evidence to show the state of deceased's mind at the time of the occurrence. The testimony of witnesses examined 'showed that on the night before he com mitted suicide Mr. Miles had been threatened with legal proceedings.. for a sum of f8, and the threat caused him great distress. He sat up the whole of the night reading, and appeared despondent in the morning. On the stump near where his body lay, two ends of cigarettes were found, The remains of the deceased were on Saturday interred in , the cemetery near the town, the funeral. pro. cession being one of the longest ever wvitnessed in the district. The coffin was covered with wreaths sent by friends and local clubs and societies with which 'he had bee...
THE RISE IN BUTTER CAUSE AND EFFECT. DAIRY EXPERT EXPLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
THE RISE IN BUTTER CAUSE AND EFFECT. -0- DAIRY EXPERT EXPLALIS. The rise in the price of batre which, of course, has been the subjet of remark in every carefully mange1 household during the last week or to, is accounted for by the dairy esperidf the Agricultural Department by tet fact that this has been a poor seasm for grass. Mir. David Wilson points out the the local consumer has for some tir past enjoyed the undoubted advantage of being able-to buy prime botterots very reasonable price. Since thetrei has been taken in hand by theGoern ment, and its development careftfy attended to, the price for prime has not exceeded is per lb. instead of risag to 2s Gd per lb as it sometimes itt before the introduction of the creamery and factory system. Thi week, however, the choicest branis of prime have sold as hight as 1s6f, and in suburban shops is Id is sethei for really good butter. Quality described as ' good," for which lesad is Id is paid, is only found suitor for pastry. Some houssho...
Land Board at Drouin. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
Land Board at Drouin. At a land board held at Drouin on Saturday, before Mr. Meakin, the follow. ing business was transacted:--Fredk. Howell's application for 14 acres of land at Darnum was refused, and the land is to be made re-available for selection. John Hardbottle applied for 90 apres in the parish of Dambalk. which the board de cided to recommend. Jas. Flavin, Geo. Needham, S. Needham, C. Ainsworth, L. Cummins, A. Ramsay, J. T. Riley, and C. J. Walker, who hold land at Neerim, having made the necessary im provements under the 65th section of the Land Act, successfully applied to be brought under the 42nd section.
THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
THE DAILIES DISTILLED A man who had knocked hii ae i, sensible was fined 20s at thie City Col5 A sailor who pouched another saiiort, the mouth was fined £5. A eotrst.a A Collingwood husbnd for icki his wife, upsetting thle dinner tablel threatening a little Jacki tle lieet business sent to gaol for three the local bench. oth b George A. Beckett, a diver, lstated Williamstown Court during the at of a case that he was at presentpre £14 per week at the wreck of Pr e Verde. Present acting Railway Cotanisni.c to be re-appointed, probably eor months, from 80th inst. Their for it term of office will be fixed in a bilI ro submitted to Parliament. 0 I The yacht Hohenzollern, belohain, the Emperor of Germany, lhas lished the passage of the 1altic Canel r nine hours one hour less than thes sriio prescribed by the engineers. It is said that singer,, actors a-d pat,; speakers find that sinfl the ietrodaeti6o of the electric light they have less tru with their voices, they are lesslikong catch co...
Receipt and Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
Recalpf and Pay. The following accounte ar lying at the Receipt and Pay Oflice, Warragul: A Bradley, R.Burns. P. Becllingham, A. Cain, J. Clarke, J. Decoy, H. E. Farrall, E. Frost. P. Guinand, G. Hodges, J. F. Joyce, D.Jones, R. Jolly, T. IKelleher, P. Kinnane, C.Leach. T. J. Lonergan, N. O. McGuirk, L. Millar, A. Mackenzie, J' E. McMahon, W. Manton, E. Moore, L. Paul, R. Patterson, . D. Patterson, W J. Boberts, M. Stephens, J. Scott, WV. 8. Uridge, J. W. Williams, F. Wien, C. J. W. Worth, Warragul Masonic Hall.
FACTS AND FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
FACTS AND FANCIES:5 (BY Ecuo). Could I in stature reach the clouds, 2 Or grasp the ocean in my span, t I'd stillbe measured bymy soul, The mind's-the standard of the man. Yes, the standard of tho Board of I Directors of the A.N.A. is to be highly t commendedlnot that they have raised an ensign of war around which soldiers t are supppsed to take their stand in time of need,. but they have unfurled the banner or philantrophy, and have shown theirldve of mankind, which should be admiired by all right-thinking people. At the lst quarterly meeting of this board it was decided to urge upon the Government the necessity for legislation to stamp out the sweating evil, and the hdusing of aged destitute persons, who are now, as the law stands, sent to gaol as vagrants, and 1 perhaps die in a fellon's cell. The noble act of the board's will 'gain many friends for the A.N.A. Whilst on the subject of the A.N.A.'s Board of Directors, they also are to urge on the Government the necessity of pressin...
TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
TELEGIRAMS Victoria.-To or from any station, siix words or under, 6d.; each additional word id. Name and address, of sender and receiveris not charged. N.S.Wales.-Ten words, is. additional word, 2d. S. Australia anid Tasmania, -Ten words 2s.; additional word 2d. SQueensland and Western Australia. Ten words, 8s,; each additional word 8d.
HE INVESTED ONLY 7s 6d. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
HE INVESTED ONLY 7s 6d. There is a man who has spent the rist twenty-five years of his life exploriig ior gold and other tinicrals ine Q'seenslrad New South Wae. , 'ictorit, Tsi and New Zealti !f s ha; 4 n iogal ; pieked-up onlee1., .., ;; .!t is h sly t;;at the invesfmintii .f n brourght ilu ii: bigger returns ti.: : Cy ^tr ihe eLver made. Yet, hold on a minute. Don't let us jump to the conclusion that we can all get rich out of the proceeds of 7/6 till we hear further from this financier. He has a humorous way of putting a serious thing, for which we should like him all the more. Some folk have no idea that sound sense and genuine fun are twin brothers, but they are all the same. Our friend's name is William Bromfield Peck, and he lives at Russell, New Zea land, a long way off. He says it is a lovely country, and intends to stay in it the balance of his days. As hlie landed in Australia, from England, in 1860, he has been there long enough to know what he is talking about. He advi...
LOOK [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 25 June 1895
LOOK Os Tnsm PICTURE : There was a man, who had a store, And he 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 was surprising. He chuckled gaily to himself, And kept on advertising. The business grows by leaps and bounds, He rakes the shekels in, And blesses loud the paper bold That helps him make his tin. AND oN Tns: He sat at his door at noonday, lonely, glum and sad. The flies were buzzing around 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, he shouted: "Great Scottl I'mcovered with flies;" And the zephers which toyed with his wh...