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THE FAIRBANKS' STEAM SPECIALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
THE WZI~AN?ZE' BTEAM b PEO? ALTI6,? We would call the attention of Country Steam actore, kc., to these Valree, for which the for. lowing advantages are claimed-Saperirit?r of Construction, Workmanship and Finish, Dora bility and Simplicity of Rehairr. It is a positive fact that these Valves can be repaired (when necessary) without moving from their position. The Discs, or Seat Rings, which are made cf valcaboaton, are the only wearing parts in the Valves, and can be replaced at a more nominal cost, and no waste of time or ftter'e wages. These Valves are now specified by most of th. City Tram and ElectrioLight Stations, Pactorieo, &r., who, havi?g tried them one,s will nue no other. lts and pdrices pi free on application to John Dankl nd Son, td, 401 Bou rkeptret, Mehlburne, Aoeats. Visitor-" My son writes well, but wants a large geld. What would you reom gpea4 ' Editor-'j e Kul and ks wre,,"
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
GENERAL. Postal llates.-Inlanhd.-Letters.-Every ounce, 2d.; urgent letters, 6d. additional. Intercolonial.-Letters.etters.-Every halfoune or under, 2d. ':ackets.-Every 2oz. or under, Id. Blooks and magazines.-Every 4 oz. or under, 2d, Newspapers, Id. P'ackets to New South Wales and Queensland, containing articles of any value, must be paid letter rate. Inland Parcel Post.-Limit, 7 lbs, Rlate 21bs, or under 9d.; each extra lb., 3d, by special stanps at the P.O. All Countries Outside Australasia (which for postal purposes includes British New Guinea, Fiji, and New HIebrides) Letters-For every . oz. or under ... 91d Post Cards ... .. each l1d lieply Post Cards ... ... each 5d Newspapers (for United Killgdolu) Each Newspaper, 4 oz. or under ... ld Each additionat 2 oz. or fraction therof ... ... ... ,d Newspapers (for places outside United Kingdom) 1 oz. or under ... ld (.) Conmmercial paplers, 5 or. ortunder, 2~ld Fach additional 2 oz or under ... 1d (n) Printed papers (other than news...
A VARIABLE STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
A VARIABLE STAR. One of the mosat remarkable stars in the sky, whose antics have puzzled the as. tronomers ever sinwe it has been carefully observed, is Argus, sometimes the brightest star in the constellation Argo Navis, one of the most brilliant con. stellations in the southern heavens. When this star was first catalogued, in the seventeenth century, it was set down as s star of the fourth magnitude. In less than a century it rose to the second; then at the beginning of this century diminished again to the fourth, became in 1827 of the first magnitude,-then again of the second, again in 1838 of the first, rivaling Sirius in brilliancy, then gradually dwindling down to a star which at present is barely visible to the unaided eye. A satisfactory explanation of these rapid and singular changes has thus far baffled the sagacity of astronomers.
DISTRICT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
DISTRICT COURTS. -o-- Courts of Petty Sessions will be held at undermentionedplaces for the year as under: YAIRRAGON. - Second Monday in each month at 12 noon. Summouses issuedpre: vious Monday. WARRlAGUL.-Every Tuesday at 11 a.m Summonses issued daily, except when the clerk is at other courts. DROUIN.-Wed. in the 1st and Ird full week in each month at 11.:0 o'clock. Sum monses issued previous Wednesday. BRANDY CREEK.-Thursday in the 2nd full week in each month at 11a.lu. Sum monses issued srevious Thursday.
Warragul to Leongatha Line. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
Warragul to Leongatha Line. TII question of COnstructing i 'n narrow-gauge railway from Warragul to Leonlgatha, came before the Warra gul Shire Coutmil, on Wedneslay, consequent upon the reading of a letter from the Ialston League. Though a little in the dark as to the programme of the League, the Coutcil readily gave its adhesion and support to the project for a narrow-gauge line between the two important centres on the two Gippsland trunk lines. The. Secretary was instructed to com municate with the Halston Leagte, and to intimate that the Council would i further the object in view to the utmost in its power. The wisdom of asking Parliament to lay a narrow gauge line in preference to the costly and cumbersome system, as already poi&tbd out in these columns, is fully. recognised by almost every ii~lividual resident on the route of the pioposed railway, and the fact that for many reasons a broad-gauge line is impossible, is equally patent. Not only are the selectors of the h...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
LOCAL NEWS. We are informed by Mr..Complin that actual operations at .the South Warraguil mine will be commenced within the inext few. days. Knight's patented machine will be used for operating the wash, and an attempt will be made to treat the whole of the material below the surface. The machine in question is very highly recommended. Mr. Wallace. the well known mine-owner, has .ha several in use for some time, and finds that they answer most admirably, savinng almost all the finest gold. Mr. Wallace is now having a machine built to treat 40 tons of Washl per hour, Mr. Complin is the local representative of Messrs. Nelson and Party, who, as stated in our last, have secured a two years' lease of a portion of the claijm, estimated to yield about fifty thousands tons of wash. Mr. Nelson has already operated on similar wash on the West Coast of New Zealand. The Minister of Railways hias a new proposal in reference to pensions to Civil Servants. It is to the effect that the officers sho...
FOOTBALL. LOCAL CHALLENGE CUP. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
FOOTBALL. LOCAL CHALLENGE CUP. -o IIULES. 1. The Cup shall be called the "Mloss" Challenge Cup. 2. That it shall be open to all clubs between BIerwick and Traralgon, both clubs inclusive, who shall enter on or before the 26th May. 3. All players must be bon:i fide members of the club they play for A bena tide Iplayer shall be one who is either a resident of the prescribed district or who shall satisfy the delegates of his bomL tides. 4. No playe rshall play for more than one club for the Cup. t The Cup to be played on the point system -1 points fora win and two points for a draw. li. Each club shall play two matches with each other--one on each ground. In the event of a tic for the Cup, the final match to be played on the Warragul ground. 7. All protest.smust be madeon the ground and forwarded in writing to the secretary of delegates, and to be received by him on'or before tie thWedlnesday following the match. 8. All protests must be accompanied by the sum of 5j-, which, in the even...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
Public Notice. TreIllelldOl1s Compulsory A. E. y -- . REALISING THE ESTATE OF -THE Late o. KENDALL. OF THE Cor er Shop TO BE SA IFICED. OPENING DAY : SATURDAY, JUNE9 A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR " CHEAP PARCELS, THE GOODS IIIST TGO: ALL WE ASK 18 A CALL TO CONVINCE, AT THE Corner Shop, WARRAdtJ Public 'Notices; Wiqter Goods illter Goods ANDE SON SBROTHERS - ARE NOW SHEWING A New and Extensive Assortment of -Mantles, Jackets, Dresses, Millinery AND Undercldtliing- EOR THE ENSUING SEASON. AllDepartments' i- RE-STOCKED - .with New & Fashionable GOODS. CHEAPEST HOUSE. FOR -Boots and Shoes •" 0-- -: Anderson Bros., Victoria-st:. Warragul. You admit that Life Assur ' ance is both desirable and cotm mendable, then why assure in a second or third rate oilice when you have the option of taking out a policy in the Australian - Mutuall'rovident Society, whose success is unparalelled in the Shistory of Life Assurance. Its Accumulated Funds now amount to £12,000,000, making it one of the l...
SUGAR BEET ANALYSIS. SOME DEPARTMENTAL QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
SUGAR BEET ANALYSIS. SOME DEPARTMENTAL QUESTIONS. -0 We received a communication from the Secretary for Agriculture a few days ago, in reference to the corres pondence opened by us with the Agricultural Department; with a view to its undertaking the analysis of samples of sugar beet grown in the district, and enumerating certain questions to be answered by farmers forwarding specimens for, analysis. The instructions are as follows : For the purpose of asialysi'half a dozen roots should be selected. Each root should Weigh about 2ilbs., and should be taken out of the ground when the leaves begin to wither and turn yellow. Each sample should be packed in a separate bag case, or division of a case, and a note should accompany the sample gving the name of the grower, name of variety of beet, where the seed was obtained, when sown, and what distance apart the roots were planted, how often they were hoed. and date when nulled.
NEURALGIA [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
NEURALGIA is the first, surest and most reliable sign of nerve decay; it is a symptom provided by nature to warn the sufferer of approaching weakness and distress, though in most cases the pain is purely local; the disease is con stitutional and local remedies such as liniments, oils and methods only give temnporary relief and do not do the slightest permanent good, for they only act by deadening the sensibility of the affected nerve. The remedy to be of any lasting benefit must be tissue forming and nerve strengthening and must have general invigorating properties; it must also contain the material to restore the lost tissue to the impoverished nerves, and no remedy except Clements Tonic possesses these wonderful powers. Clements Tonic has been used for thousands of cases by young and old of both sexes for neuralgia, sciatica, and other nervous complaints, and we have never heard of a case where it has failed to give quick and prompt relief. Road of the case of David Davies, Esq., ...
LECTURE AT CROSSOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
LECTURE AT GROSSOVER. A very interesting lecture was delivered on Sunday evening last, :by Mr. J. E. Lloyd, who took for his subject "' The gold fields of Bendigo;" and it need hatdly be said that he found an appreciative audience, who listened half-incredulously and half enviously to the Alladdin-like and romantic recital of the marvellous yields of the Bendigo miners, in particular when Mr. Lloyd,- quoting, from " Maokay's History of Bendigo," said "Gold was dug' up almost in bucketsful on Bendigo flats. Two young men. one morning sank a shallow hole at the foot of the first White Hill and" from one- pocket in the slate took up fifty pounds weight of the precious metal. Ironbark turned out a huge quantity of gold and numerous holes in that gully were appropriktely called jewellers shops." The Ledturer then made a brief reference to the subject of the deposit of gold in alluvial with special reference to nuggets. He said :that among scientists in Australia, the most generally accep...
THE Warragul Guardian FRIDAY, JUNE 8TH, 1894. The Minister of Mines and his Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
THE arrn ul Snaibii SFRIDAY, JUNE Sra, 1894., The Minister of Mines and I Policy. TxE Minister of iines has signalised his term of oflico by adopting a line of policy which is without precedent in the history of the colony and which is likely to prove as beneficial as 'it is unique. He' has sown tlihe seed, as it were, of a successionof harvests which will increase a hundred fold as time rolls on. By distributing thousands of men about; the: deserted wnd, in some cases, previously unoccupied gold fields, he has performed a wcrk which is already bearing goods results and which will yield infinitely- richer fruit in years to come.": Instead of thronging the streets of an impodverished city these hapless victims of the times have been provided with all the essentials for scattering themselves over an unlimited area and' cbmmenc ing 'operations in " fresh" fields and pastures new." They areto-day at w~ik with pick and shovel diligently search ing for the precious metal and in the vast n...
RAILWAY WAGGONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
AILtyWAT WAGGONS The city of Loeds appears to have taken the lead in possesoieg a forge which has the machinery, presses and appliances for manufacturing railway waggona from one piece of metal, whether iron or steel-that is, the waggon itself, outside the wheels, axes, springs, etc.; the waggons bring made by means of a press and dies, and in a comparatively short time, from a heated plate, the aides and bottom of a waggonare formed, there being no need of angle iron, or steel or riveting. The operations made thus far in this line show that, with the use *I mild steel for the purpose, there is no difficulty in stamping out each waggons without making bad corners-in fact, the whole waggon, when Finished, seems to be one compact and solid piece of metal, without flaw or crack rnywhere visible, it being th~s evident that no great strain or tension comes from the manner in which the plate is treated in such proce'r, Waggona thus manufactured are eom paratively cheap, as well as stror g...
AUSTRAL OPERA CO. PROPOSED VISIT TO WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
AUSTRAL OPERA ,CO. ---4- PROPOSED VISIT TO WARriiAGUL. --o Warcagul may congratulate, itself on the probability of a visit froni the best opera company now travelling,, the like of which has not been seen here before. Mr. 31. L. Raphael, the manager, who has been associated witlh nothing but first class companies, and is well known, is now in Warragul to see if there is a prospect' of bringing his company here for a night previous to their 'return to Melbourne. He will call on- all lovers of genuine music and if he receives reasonable oilers of support, the company will give one performance on Wednesday nest, the 13th inst. We sincerly hope he will be success ful, so tlhat we can have. the treat that is in store formris. The company is highly. spoken of,' and is a remarkably strong one. Mr. Clas. Saunders stands without a rival as a tenor singer, and came-from London with a great reputation. Mr. W. D'Ensem, the baritone, has a grand voice,.is a good actor, and can entertain an audie...
CHANGED HIS FEELINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
C:HANG E D HIS FEELINGS. In the smoking car, his shoulders humped up, his-face-wearing as:orriwful look, and his mind evidently much perturbed, was an old chap of 60, or thereabouts. By -and by one of the drummers noticed him wiping 'away the tears and went over to him and asked if he had teen buncoed or lost his wallet. "No, it's nothin' of that sort," he sullenly replied. " But you seem to feel very bad." "Yea, I do." "If you'll tell me how I can help you, I'll gladly do it. Let me get my bottle of cholera-remedy. It's a damp day, andsa sip will warm you up." He made no objections to partaking of the remedy. Indeed, he seemed to recognise in it an old and dear friend. ."Now thdn," he said in a firmer voice, as he suacked his lips, "I've bin a widower fur sixteen years." " Yes." " I didn't never expect to marry agin, but about a year ago I got my eye on a widder down here at fherldtte. She 'peared to be smart as a steel trap, and she 'peered to want to git married agin." "I see. Ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
N. WIMBLE, (It. Bentuiy for Luaid sad Beghrsta of Laid Tax, VaiSur, Lend, Estate, inanclall and Selectors' Agent, SiT GOLLIN STRBEET, M3LtOOB3Ugk, hown Tesate' sad App1,b e Baamw Promptly Ajtesded to, Trt Uo-sjq TQ LIND 1 2large sad small ea n 00 to 4101100 os Brad Lora 'QR Iý ek 1 rtepui ie g ý~3rircar. 9rrp t p ý ciIC'o ~ O4Pr ~g g~ rL T 0 1N I T 0 3* b01amad in Colonlsa ad slumrg but Is. proved methods or app11aua, tool, ka,, d any dscription. Nil faforuatlca, csts, ka., wan as appiA. cation to A. 0. SACHBE, C.E., "WORLD" Patents and Trade Marks Omlo Cesus OOLL"M A WILILIA fIl, 1+III~wvtut> ý
CROSSOVER DIGGINGS. WEEKLY LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
h CROSSOVER DICCINGS WEEKLY LETTER. (FROM OUR OWN CORlRESI'OXIENT. -o Events have moved slowly up here during the last week, all thl clails on Long Gully are working steadil} getting up and stacking wsll, ith ll view or taking advatatge of the first wet weathcr that coUles alos, fo puddling, etc. There have hleel l0 sensational finds since ny. list, rumor was circulated around lasLt wek that a 40oz. nugget had boeel fond ind Monkey Gulley, but on elquiry, found that, as the Americal:as.;. i was only a canard. 1 conclhde "'l ue monkey must have circulated it, but he did not get any gulls to swal!owt it (tlls is a joke). Things are very ,litut at Red Hill just now and I am atrail that the previous metal is IIlharder el than lever there, as I notice that tle number of tents have dimniishled coin? siderably within the last fortnliIht. A FUNNY INCIDENT, A rather amusing incident happ~fled here the other day. A younlg ita belonging to one of the camps adjaccnt decided to depart for lelbou...