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THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY THE COMING SHOW. PRIZE LIST TO BE PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 January 1895

THE ACGICULTURAL SOGIETY TBE COMING SEOW. ----o-- PRIZE LIST TO BE PSEPABED A a. neeag of the Co tsinaes of the Buln Bun an rnal Aisrl zontir s -el ian ne r. E-an. On Ths3sday E sovm, and vras at tended by Me-ssrs G, W Aderson (in ?-3 e cha r), D. Conncr, W- ar, HL Hanse, C J- -Jones, W-. LEanom , E- i. Peonne and W. V. B -ra, -with 0r- C. S. IAfe, se-- t hr It was dcia tho I-_ e the ele-ni n A -enton, csiiin o g of iess-ino H- Y. Hownel, J Gray, E. A. C, are, E J. F owier and other-, rep-esemcg the Wazzag'al Ecing Gab ag£ed tl? 00-Mmittee to iv=e the ckb a a-s Cf C, e Seerster's craa for a neom r of T?ars on te?m=s to be a- reei CnS, for the pxpose= sf ihe iclb. On the mzEin of iMr. Eva' . seco-ade*a b -ir. Connor, the consen. : thiee oomitnee was ogien to the reast.- iad -i e prepratio of the agre-em-£ lefitin the hands of the trastees. It -ias resoledt2a iTa bje oEeral iM prize =GZCT, sad a s-'b-coiittee Seoa-sisng of SiesrsAnders.n, Conor. A. 4 W. Harie. WalkSr, R gers, j Langdo...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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NEERIM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 January 1895

HEERIM. (ruos I caaaas.oseoaiLr.) --0--- In suite of the very hot weather we have eerienced of Late the country is still looking fresh and gren. Thisis mainly oaing to the fact that we are i blessed with nightly dews-heavy dew whi?bh falls silently and gently and which is as beneficial as a drenc.ino shower of rain. The gr?a?is there fore looking well and the cattle hae plenty of pasture. Th?e otatoe cros-tak-in- them thnroughout the dtriict-surpass ose of any previous rear- They are. '-mply maunificient-esnecially a patch of about 30 acres grown by ir. Litaize on Mr. Crclion'_ block. Tlh re in appearance, a perfect cr in ever, re-p?et---good top--, 'od co-or. and not a mis--and if they ive- as gond a return as the indication= lead one to beliee, the resnit even ?ith present prices,mus- be of a gratifyin kind. The N'erim d"ric- t may t-ly be said to harve excelled iself hLs season in the matter of poatoe-s and to have clearly demon-a~-i that the land hereabouts is as capnle of pro d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 January 1895

ST 9 E :l -"" lonia - M utual Sw i OCIETY LIMITED. e ssurance. ities. Endo w mg (?? { ---q ?- _.5;?: ;;% --,- .PRINCIPAL . OFFICE -. :E: Victoria419 &421 Co10iQs St., Melbourqe ices in all the Colonies and in the United Kingdom. .Accumulated Funds Exceed £1,660,000. C - T- -- - --:- U.-_-m.. .'" a;. -y. ;, - -..--w'":,xý...-?- < :.c:"+ =fry? "r ! . ; py-^' : ' .-. _.- , - ý* -_ . -. ' ;. ": - ... . . . ..... ... . - ,- - ." -..,,.. 5 .:--s-. THE "PATEENA," OF THE UNION S.S. CO. j _The-- S?fsIh-vestinent " "" IS A LIFE :SSURANCE POLICY "s . _ _ -'" -- -'2 .. . .,W IT H T H E %ife atsociation. of tustralasia, -COLLINS AND SWANSTON STS., MELBOURNE. R, MURRAY.SMITH, Esq., C.M.G., M.P., Chairman. Thie "Keeper" Pile Pill. IT WILL NOT CURE PILES In old and chronic cases by a single dose. IT WILL NOT CURE EVERY DISEASE that flesh is heir to, but IT WILL CURE PILES if taken in reasonable time, and IT..WILL GIVE.RELIEF IN-ALL-CASES -. however stubborn and chronic. Vera nefi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 January 1895

Business Notices. SCHWEITZER'S "TH.TE - COCOA." -Warragul Shoeing Forge PALMERSTON STREET, Opposite Post-office, WARRAGUL. - JOHN BUTTERS - tilbST 1'I:IZETAKER. as IORSE-SHOER SCARIFIEIR AND, HARROWS MAKER .AN, BUGGY BUILDER. - Shoeing 4i6, 5/6, 616. - Shares Laid 3/(. ' Colters 2aG ICAVING secured the servicecs of Competent Wheelwright, A clasees of Vehicles can now be Made and Repaircd on the Premises At the Lowest Possible Rates Skins. Skins. Skins. IIGIIEST Price given for Kangaroo. Wallaby, Bear, Rabbit, Opposumn and all kinld of Native Skins; alc, Blesswax. IMarechair, Sheepskins, Ac. Ca: h on Delivery. No Commnission or other Charges. JNO.W.iVlATTIHEWS, 520 & 522 Lonsdale-street, West Melbourne. T1IFE NATIONAL TRUSTEES, EXE CUTORGS and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTIALAiSIA, LIMITED, Capital Subscribed, £150.0500; l'aid up *::;0,000; Reserve Fund,-E2:l,400. DIrncrcrs: Hlon. N. Fitzcerald. M3.L.C., chainlan; Hlon. Walter Madden, M.L.A.. W. Cain. 1,l . J.P.: lion. W. I. Winter ...

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THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 January 1895

THE DAILIES DISTILLED, p- '=+ -- 4_e nar-: a - = Z. -cpl~- _t - 'Lie re-- _-·51-i T17j-ýi --- rsi CJ-a_ 5 : -;F r t=~; C:,. L . The Earl -o ^&S 1ý-A-3 l= o te rn-s- E-Z;I: I~_ Y ..aIrF ~cVeeoa:t _ 1. i a3.pa IneI A L~n~n par.r seri ýý=ai"ý' = Lass _ -~·: %L- J D D--.._. ,, { ithet Welh5 Ofj wa4^5 "k ZrL 3=''_ illi-~ i PraL-c= 5 a G;T"^ e.~eZ: ar __ .Ij:~ ow rac E as e o; has E V,- - it ha3: the sr-,:le was-;c n ~C a~l ci I;r.i·· t i tr

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Grazing Notes. JOHN HOTSON AND COS. VICTORIAN FROZEN MEAT WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 January 1895

Grazing Notes. JOHN HOTSON AND CO'S. VICTORIAN TROZEN !EAT WORKS. In spite of the general complaint oftthe nnprecedented'dulness of trade, there are progressive -iidiistries'still in' Victoria to day,'or, at:any:rate, there is one. .This is the. frozen meat .trade, which, , thanks nainly to the enterprise and energy of Me'srs John Hotson a'nd Co' of 'the "Newv port Freezing ,Works;has:nmade great strides daring the last two years. The firm, has under .lease the .most perfect freezing dep8lt in the soutlern hemisplere at Flinders Sireet, a: d 'inteds' speniding 'a very laige amount 6o capital'in fittilg up :the Newport Fre~ezing Works; where the stock is received Sand .slaughtered, with modern, improved machinery for freezing to cope ,vith the iargest possile soiplies that nimy come to :" "~:"-? - ..:'- . . : ,; : - ..?: Jhand:.vry?,yextersi ge rrsnge geeinetslhaYe beast , tounadq , Qo!idy$s lij f ittapolt,~ ?.on'°fb rý` i-oikie Iiterrest~ a iednsibetter?pricesall ronnd--an'd thewoth...

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The Interviewed. SWALLOW & ARIELL, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 January 1895

:The Interviewed. . SWALLOW.& ARIELL, LTD. fMany years ago, when rwas young and unable to write things which nobody reads, a biscuit printed "Swaltlo' &Ariell" " was given me as a cure for that ramcois voibe whlilhillc Fyet startle :tie worid-or, on the other hand; it may not. Since those-.help less times of mine "Swalloii and Arielli" have become a househlold 'iord, anid the other (lay the time honoithed title came up again for deliate, by reason of 'a very charmting lady of niy acquaintance handing nlt, waferish object, with fine iinitatidiobf at Moorish pavement on its nether side, 'inid the front devoted to the eternail legend of the big hiscuit manufaicturers. lnserted sandwichwise in this. wonder of flour and confection, is a strip, of delicate raspberiy flavouiring, and the combinatioil is exceeding ly soothing. Whether there is any aflinity of the raspberry confection and the heads of the factory department I know not, but having eaten of the one, it seemed p...

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SPORTS AND CONCERT AT WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 January 1895

SPORTS AND CONCERT AT VTARF?RAGUL. The pubc are finall ra? ind~l oi the sports meeting to be he'd on the a-rragnul show mroan, to-morrow, in connection -. th 'the local branch of the AN.A.. and cf the concert to be held in the evefiing. The saort: cards, giing full partinular of ;he enrmies and other inor'-_at?in, wiT- be issued this evening. and as there isr kIe.ly o be a large crowd on the =round to-morrow, it may save disacpoinmen: if these oficial prgrammes are Fro- i nominadons, as we pointed out in at ' issue, exceeded those of any pre?cs meeting hze'd in the dist-c:, and the pOropowrtion of accepta"nces i f ini ere ss of th?e average. Th1e mi?lr I performances will do'obless be anl attracive feature of the proceedings, and in every other respect the pro moters are endeavorinr to make the event as successful as possible. The local tradesmen will clos their busineses for the whole of the day, i and in the evening a popular concert will be given in the Public all. The programme ...

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A GIPPSLAND PIONEER DIES. SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. J. SUTCLIFFE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 January 1895

A GIPPSLAND PIONEER DIES. SUDDEN DEATH OF MR. J. SUTCLIFFE. Much surprise and general regret was expressed in Warragul on Satur day on its becoming known through the medium of a telegram, received by the Shire Secretary-Mr. J. Percken-that Mr. J. Sutcliffe, J.P., of Korumburra, had died suddenly at an early hour that morning. He was apparently in perfect health on the previous night, when he attended an election meeting held by Mr. L. L. Smith at Korumburra, but immediately the meeting was over he was seized on the roadway with a fit of paralysis and died at eight o'clock on the following morning. The deceased was 54 years of age, and was one of the pioneers of Gippsland. He arrived in the colony in 1868, and in the following year settled in this part of Victoria, and remained here till his death. In the early days he kept a sort of half-way house at Drouin North on the old Sale road, and many an old traveller will remember cheery John Sutcliffe greeting him on the arrival of the co...

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THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 February 1895

THE DAILIES DISTILLED. The Assembled Premiers at Hobart are hopeful of coming to a satisfactory agreement before the end of the week. For last half Gear =70.680 waspaid away in wages by the3elboorne Tramway Co., and £36,000 in dividends. The Union Bank, shareholders of which held a meeting in London on Monday, holds the enormons sum of £16,000,010 as deposits. Directors are wisely holding back £5,000,000 in specie to meet emer gences, U. Faure, the new President of France, issues a manifesto thanking democracy for his election. Riepub licianism will safe guard the destiny of France. At the Conference of Municipalities. in reference to the TVermin destruction Act, on Toesday afternoon, it was stated that absentees and mortgagees were breeding rabbits in thousands, Owners and occupiers of land as a resoult had to on~er. Another case of snake bite has been successfully treated by chloride of lime injected at Herumborra. The rabbit inospectors appointed by the Government to enforce the ...

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SEARCHING FOR GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 February 1895

SEARCHING FOR GOLD. The anriferous areas of the colonsy are now attractig more attention than they have for many years past. The army of prospectors is dail gaining accession, but considering the immense areas remaining undeveloped, there is plenty of room formore. The Mines Department has prepared a return of the number of miners em ployed in the December quarter of last year as compared with the same quarter of the previous year, and it showed an increase of 2,337 miners in favor of last year, the numbers being 27,8-6 for the December. quarter of 1894 and 25,.519 for the December quarter of 1893. The districts of Maryborough, Gippslanid,Castlemaine, and Beechworth account for the in crease, the other mining disticts shoting a decrease.

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SNAKE BITE. CHLORIDE OF LIME REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 February 1895

SNAKE BITE.' CHLORIDE OF LIME REMEDY. -0-- Another case showing the efficacy of the chloride of lime snake-bite remedy occurred at Korumniburra on Tuesday. Miss M'Kinnon, daughter of a grazier at Moyarra, was bitten on the leg: Her brother scarified the wound, tied a ligature round the leg, and took his sister over to Mr. Halford's, .a son of Professor Halford. who lived near. Mr. Halford injected chloride of lime several timies and the patient was then taken to Dr. M'Kenzie, of Korumburra who gave her more injections. The patient is now perfectly well and walk ing about.

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A MAN OF MUSIC. THE LATEST MELBOURNE GENIUS. VISIT TO WARRAGUL [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 February 1895

A MAN OF MUSIC. THE LATEST MELBOURNE GENIUS. -0 VISIT TO WARBAGUL Many of our readers will have heard of the clever Australian artist, William J. Stock, sometimes styled the Australian musical wonder, who can not only extractmelody from almost anything, but devise and construct his own instruments. From an advertisement whichl appears in our commercial columns, it will be learned that Mr. Stock has been engaged to give one of his droll and wonderful entertainments in the Warragil Public Hall, on Wednesday evening next, when the public of Warragul will have an opportunity of listening to one of the most novel performances ever presented to an English speaking audience. An "Evening Standard" interviewer gives the folloswing report of a visit to Mr. Stock's wonderful collection: "Of course anyone can play the violin or the piano," says Mr. Stock. And lie confesses to being able to play a few other instruments, of marvellous kinds and quite new slhapes, 'and perplexing and puzzling to t...

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OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish is to be understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] ABOUT SNAKES. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 February 1895

OUR LETTER BOX. iWe distinctly wish ic to be undeisood that we do no; necessarily uphold the viewsexuressedbacorrespondentsunder this headin.1 ABOUT SXAKES TO THE EDITOS. Sxs,-I enclose the foiowinu cutting from the "Weekly Tmes"' English). I used to think that Australia was the home of" snake stories" but apparen:1 Africa runs us pre;ty closeT---Tou. etc., L TRAERS. P.S.-Can youtellme how much over proof the local whiskey of the African farmer is . " Dartington," South WarraguL A STORT FR03 AN AFRICAN FARM. Sir.-Tour issue of October 26 came to hand bylast mail reporting the eraor dlnarr cannibllstic feat of the bya con= strzictor in the Zoological Gardens- This incident, marvellous though it was, is capped by another which is wel authenticaed in this neigrhborhoed. Near the ostrich farm of Mr, Mellerby a large blacksnake was recently killed. As it appeared unusually fat in proportion to its length it was cut open. Inside it was found a yellow sakSe almnost as along as itself- Insi...

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THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 February 1895

anrr gII tuarbitn WIfE EI5H I 15x51OOS5&T ZM Winrragild "Wtsi. FRIDAYT FEBRUARY ,1st-15. Ir seems probablel that the labors of the Tariff Commission will resuh in a lasting benefit to the taxpayers of the colony. The Commission came foil tilt against what can best be styled a mares nest, the other day and if the startling disclosures made do not result in a big sainn inthe national expenditure, and a mild sensation among the over-taxed and retrenched people of Victoria, we shall be surprised and disappointed. At the sining of the Comnmission on Wednesday. 3lr. J. G. Richardson, manager of the Colonial Sugar Refining Company,, was called upon to show why the differential rate or bonus, of £1 per too of refined s.gar peoduced by the Company should be continued, and in the oarse of an intellirent cross-examination by 3Ir. Tuncker, M.LA., it was elicited that last year the company prodn3ee5,:4o tons of sugar. on which the alresady impoverished State paid a bours of £ ii4,0, that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 February 1895

Public Notices.' SAMUEL A. JAMES Pianoforte & Organ Tuner and Repairer. TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN. -ADDRESS - Ms. J. DODDS, Teacher of Music VICTORIA ST., WAROAGUL. Pianos & Organs (Leading Makers), Cash or Time-payment. INSTRGMENTS TAKEN IS EXCHANGE T)EPRESENTATIVE of W. H. GLEN & CO the SALE of PIANOS and ORGANS in South Gippoland. HAMER'S LABOR AGENCY. --0 159 LONSDALE STREET, MELBOURNE. FARMERS, DAIRTYMEN, and other -Employers of LABOR Can be Supplied with First-class Ser vants-No Charge-No Delay--by making their requirements known tome. Immediate attention given. ----- [CARD.I HAMER & CHESTER, General Commission Farmers' Agents, 159 LONSDALE STREET MELBOURNE. GOLDFIELDS. -0--"-- - WEST AUSTRALIA. - -0- ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP CO., Lnnro. Cheap Passage Rates, By Express Passenger Steamers. Next Sailing .s. 'TEKAPO," TUESDAY, 25th January. at 4 p.m. from Australian Wharf, Melbourne, For Albany, Fremantle, taking Passengers to Geraldton, Northam. Southern Cr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 February 1895

FLETCHER'S PILLS never fail to chre INDIGESTION, COSTIVENESS, SOUR BREATH, HEARTBURN; LIVER DISEASE. and KIDNEY COMPLAINTS, FLETCHER'S PILLS and CLEMENTS TONIC are the recog nised household reinedies of the Australian colonies, and every de signing quack tries to.trade on. their reputation and renown. This is the greatest proof of their merit, and sufferers want to be particular to get the genuine as regret and disapointnment are sure to follow the use of the thousands of " All-failing" remedies so freely advertised. The reputation and wide - spread use of Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pills are the greatest proofs of their appreciation by the public. If they were not as re presented they would have passed out of memory long cre this: but instead the sale is greater and they are more esteemed day by day and week by week, and this emphatically proves their undisputed supremacy. Listen to noargument from interested parties; demand the genuine articles and TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE, Business ...

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OUR DOINGS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 February 1895

OUR DOINGS TO DATE. Our readers will be interested in learn ing that we have just compoleted arrange ments for providing them with a new and very supernor Supplement, and that nthe first number will accompany the issue to be publishedon friday net It will be double the sizelof the supplement formerily supplied with this journal, and will con tain a variety of serial and other tales short and crisply-writenstories, a column of agriculmral news, populair scientifec notes, contributions for the young folks, ladies' gossip, recipes, questions for house keepe-s, horticultural notes, general brevities and a lot of humorous reading- TWE!T-EesrT cOLUtNs of literary matter in all. It will, in fact, be by ar the largest and most interesting supplement issued in this part of Gippsland, and doubtless the appreciatsion of our readers will compensate us for the outlay its pro rision involves. Several columns of news will be found on the first page. At the Warragul Licensing Court on Tuesday, the ...

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SPORTS AND CONCERT AT WARRAGUL. A.N.A. CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 February 1895

SPORTS AND CONCERT AT WARRACUL A.N.A. CELEBRATION. -0 The celebration of FederationDay which was observed throughout the colony on Saturday last-was post poned at W arragul until Wednesday, when the first annual sports meeting, under the auspices of the local branch of the A.N.A., was held on the Show 'round, and a concert in the Public iall in the evening. The day was regarded as a "close" holiday and people generally abandoned themselves to pleasre. Unfortunately, however, the weather was very unpleasant. A strong easterly wind blew throughout the day and the clouds of dust which inevitably resulted necessitated the exercise of a msaximum amount of patience. It became chilly too, as the afternooll advanced and consequently thle spectators of the sports were pre scont under very disadvantageous con ditions. In spite of this deterring circumstance, however, there were between four and five hundred people on the ground. This being the initial effort of the associationt in thlis direc...

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THE IDLE MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 February 1895

THE IDLE _OMENO (BY STENTOa.) He is a rare individIual wio survey with calm complacenec templated reduction of two or so in his screw. Very rare in And yet, according to the r . reports, Lord Brasser, 'I e proached on the matter, dismissi subject with a haughty Wa e I. hand and a shake of his ar' : head, at the same time withi iLts thoroughly understood that. y emolument to him was supe-r-.o a very secondary consideration:. This is somewhat of a novea;t. decidedly introducing a new things-or to be more prscse,? veinors. This is a man in whomn a place implicit reliance, for assured that he is not a mE; after a sinecurial billet, b is influenced by a patrio::c f gratitude towards his queen country-a virtue that .i: oth,: own reward, for when he is stalled in his vice-re;l catci : has to battle with all the a: accessories, part and parcel of a.:: he will recognise how vre L he ought to be for the rare Lon ferred upon him, and for -as: advantage of the advice of s- c men as constitute t...

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