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BY J. L. PARKES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
BY J. L. PARKIES. JtLr 4th.-At Warragul Show-yards. 50 horses good sorts and colors, for hrs. E. A. S. Chauncy. 11r. Westmore Stephens, of Neerim South, has undergone an operation in the i bourne heospital, with regard to an ifjure leg from which" he has isffered cor some .years, He is reported to '.be considerably relieved since the operatione Shit oed will permanently cure bug ofhstrouble,lycr
The Suicide at Drouin. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
The Suicide at Drouin. A public meeting was held in the Drouin Mechanics' Hall on Monday e;-ening to devise some means of assist ing the widow and seven children of the late Mr. Miles. There was a large attendance and the most satisfactory arrangements were made. A central committee was formed, consisting of Messrs. J. G. Young (chairman). Leith, Winters, Simpson (treasurer). and Leggo (secretary). Offers from the two Warra gu1 football clubs, the Drouin ilack Cockatoos and others, to assist the movement by giving entertainments. etc, were thankfully received. Subscription lists were ordered to be issued and other details attended to, of which the public will, be duly apprised
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
LAND SALES ETC. lh MESSRS. HAMILTON & CO. JCLY Lhb.-At Railway Hotel, Warragul, Mr. Andrew Lillico's splen did Agricultural and Dairy.. ing Farm. Particulars in another column. BY MIESSRS. J. B. WITTON - CO. JYLT 28th.-In conjunction with Skews and Patterson. Splendid farm at Drovin West. S Public Notice. J. W. QUINLAN, Carpenter, Builder & Under taeei, 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'Oflice. Orders ieceived and Executed as Usual. J." DODDS, TEACHER of MUSIC Organ,. Pianoforte & Singing. - Visits Neerim on Saturdays. - ADDRESS VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES Or SrEPc- PURITY & STRENGTH PRIPAREMED IIY MARTIN & PLEASANCE, 180 Collins St., Melbourne. SPECIALITIES : TINCTURE OF PODOPHYLLIN. Tincture of Podophyl...
Sale of Gifts. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
Sale of Gifts. The members of the Christian Endeavor Society of the local Wesleyan church intend holding a miniature sale of gifts in the schoolroom on Tuesday next, to commeneo at 8 p.m. A good musical programme will be provided. Admission is by a silver coin and proceeds are in aid of Circuit Funds. See advertisement.
TO OUR WIVES AND MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
TO'OUR WIVES AND MOTHERS. The health of woman is the founda. tion of beauty. Good health ensures beautiful symmetrical lines and forms, the healthy and blooming appearance, which even brings charm to irregular features. Beauty without health is impossible, consequently it is obvious that women should pay greatest attention to retain good health. Unfor. tunately women are greatly exposed to disorders which cause untold suffering and prevent them from fulfilling their home as well as social duties, making life a burden. The greatest medical authorities..: teach that female troubles would not occur if the kidneys and liver were kept in a healthy condition. It would be useless to attempt to cure female diseases'without removing the actual cause. Warner's SAFE Cure, in estab lishing a healthy action of the kidneys and liver, and neutralising the poisonous acids in the blood-the cause of all inflammation, removes the germ of ulceration, abscesses, &c. This remedy, is therefore inv...
LOOK [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
LOOK ON THIS 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 THIS : 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 Scott I I'm covered with flies;" And the zephers which toyed wit...
VITALITY RESTORED. CLEMENTS TONIC TO THE RESCUE. TIRED NATURES KIND RESTORER. BRINGS BACK THE HUE OF HEALTH TO THE WEARY SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
VITALITY RESTORED. CLEMENTS TONIC TO THE RESCUE. TIRED NATURES KIND RESTORER. BRINGS BACK THE HUE OF HEALTH TO THE WEARY SYSTEM. A positive cure for'General Debility, Weakness, Lassitude,' Headache, Diseased Liver and all diseases arising from an impoverished nervous system. Mr. James McVeigh, porter, Bendigo, who writes :-I had a severe attack of typhoid fever. After becoming con valescent I suffered from extreme nervousness; there was a medical man attending on me, but I did not seem to get a bit stronger. I was advised to give Clements Tonic a trial, which I have done, with the most beneficial results. Myv iervcus system was so shattered that the very opening of a door annoyed me. Before I had finished one bottle I found that it had steadied my nerves to that extent that I was able to resume my clerical duties, which I was incompetent to do before I had taken Clements Tonic. I am only too happy to say that as a nerve strengthener there is nothing to beat Clements Tonic, and as an...
Cooking by Electric Light. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
Cooking by Electric Light. Four or five cutlets can be fried by employ. ing the equivalent of five 16-candle electric lamps for twelve minutes. The equivalent of eighteen lamps will host the electric oven from 53deg. Fahr. to 120deg. in five minutes, to 25Gdeg. in ten minutes, to 356deg. in fifteen minutes, and to 437deg. in twenty minutes. The cost of the electric lamp is about ;d per hour. A pint of water is brought from 60deg. to boiling point at a cost of two lamps for one hour, or five lamps for twelve minutes. Although whales grow to an enormous sizo, sometimes eighty and even ninety feet long, the threat of the common whale is so small that it cannot swallow a bite as large as a tea biscuit. The spermaceti has a mouth large enough to swallow a man.
NEERIM. TRIAL OF A POTATO DIGGER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
HEERIM. -4- TRIAL OF A POTATO DIGGER. -0--- Mr. J. H. Mount, one of the most persevering and energetic farmers of Neerim, and whose aim- is ever to keep abreast of the times in all matters per taining to his calling recently purchased a Carison's patent potato digger, On giving it a trial, it .proved a total failure as was reported in the " Expres" at the time. Mr. Mount, noticing its weak points, suggested certain improvements, and these alter ations having been made, another trial was given which so thoroughly satisfied the purchaser, that he determined to give it a public trial on Saturday last, A large number of potato growers assembled and watched the test keenly. The prevailing impression was that it was undoubtly an economical and labour-saving machine. At the same time many present thought it far from perfect. The machine is very simple and light, and as much crop could be gone over in a day as can be moulded up in that time. The drills are opened down the centre, the potato...
Have Faith and Struggle On. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
Have Faith and Struggle On. A swallow in the spr?ng Came to our granary, and 'neath the eaves Essayed to make her nest, and there didbring Wet earth and straw and leaves. Day after day she toiled With patient art, bhat are her work wai crowned Some sad mishap the tiny fabric spoiled - And dashed it to the ground. She found the ruin wrought:' Bat not cast down, forth from the place she flew, And with her mate fresh earth and grasses bronught; And built her nest anew. But scarcely had she placed The last sof l eather an its ample door, - When wicked hand, or chance, again laid waste And wrought the rain o'er. But still her heart she kept, And toiled again-and last night, hearing calls, I I looked-and los three little swallows slept "Within the earth-made walls;. What truthis here, O man ! Hath hope been emitten inits early dawn ? Have clouds o'ecast thy purpose, trust or plan ? Have faith and straggle on! -R. S. S. Aonnos.
SWEATERS AND THEIR VICTIMS. SOME STARVATION PRICES. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
SWEATERS AND THEIR VICTIMS. SOME STARVATION PRICES. -0- TO TIlE EDITOR Su,-Mr. Peacock says that " as soon as the Tariff question is out of the way, fresh Legislation will be in troducedand "something mustbe done" to ameliorate the sweating evil. The last four words are to the point. But will something be done ? The Chief Secretary showedpractical sympathy in making arrangements for the distribu tion of the condemned police great coats among the village settlers. This is tbhoughtful and considerate and looks well for the "sweaters" victims, yet in June, July and August, 1890, a 'r'at stir was made in Melbourneabout sweating "( Government expressed its heartiest sympathy" then and whole columns in the " Age" at that time were headed " Horrors of the clothing trade." " The sweaters of QMel bourne," etc. A mass meeting was held in the Town hall, June 10th, 1390. The mayor opened the pro cecdings and Mr. E. R. Hughes stated that " sweating existed in Melbourne in some of its worst forms...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
NEURALGIA, 5NERYOUSNESS, TOOTHACHE, WEAKNESS AND GEQ?ERAZE DEBILITY QUICLT A*UPOSITIVELY CTRED BY CI.EMENS'! TONIC. b ! WHICH RESTORiES ',anlingwoo, . .r€ ,; " - - d.... . drable ti se t r - .: ,'- . : , 'us debility very often I.::p a . eanovering in j .vPrtous oc?soceirs orderea . ; r 'of medicines, change or scene, and, in inac, fur some time experimented on me at my own expense. The disease seemed to have gained sueach a hold on me that I lost all interest in life. I felt that I had not sufficient energy to do a day's work. I arose in the morning feeling unrefreshed by sleep, and the day seemed to pass away listlessly, only to be succeeded by another night of sleeplessness, and then another day of dreariness. I had no ambition in life, and cared not how soon it ended. A bottle or two of Clements Tonic, however, soon changed the aspect of affairs; I began to enjoy my rest, and the days appeared to be brighter and happier. I still persisted in taking Clements Tonic, and the differ...
THE LAST PRINCE OF ROMANCE. PRINCE CHARLES STEWART. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
THE LAST PRINCE OF ROMANCE. o -.. PRINCE CHARLES STEWART. The following interesting sketch is con tributed by Mr AndrewLaug to *" Scribner's Magazine " :-Charles was the eon cf a romantic marriage. His mother, Ciemen tina Sobieski, of the great Polish house, had to flee from the Emperor's dominion and make her escape fronm durance before she could join her bridegroom in Rome. Her eldest son, the Prince, was born at Rome, 31st December, 1720. Charles fell under the domination of his Irish Governor, Sir Thomas Sheridan, who, with O'Sullivan, mny be said to have ruined the attempt of 1745. Of his education we know little. As his letters show, he could spellno better thau Claver house. Jameshe spells "CGems;" bat few people of rank could spell in those days. He makes a few classical allusions, and lie was fond of music, performing, in his last us happy years, on the violin and the bagpipes. He was devoted to manly exercises. During his wanderings in the heather, with a price on his head...
OUR LETTER BOX. [We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] TO THE EDITOR. THE BATTLE OF THE BOYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
OUR LETTER BOX, [We wishit to be distinctly underso,,d that we do not necessarily uphold 0eo views expressed by correspondents unde this heading, cra ll55 TO TIIE EDITOR, THE BATTLE OF TI:E IOTS)Y SI,--It was with great regret t noticed in your issue of TUIesday at letter signed by somleone calling hiJs:t " Protestant," stating th the au~irera i of the Battle of the Boyne is to be 1 brotted in Warragul shortly, and eallik on all protestants to take part il ili would like to ask if any good rpose a gained by dragging out this n prete little battle time after timer ? t, t rl he only object attained seems to be to 5kt1 up a rancorous feeling between a small section of the protestants and t fellow countrymen. If England gained this battle against a well.elt and disciplined foreign army instea I ono' of half trained peasantry it i have been worth commemoratingo ut never celebrate Waterloo, llnkiet Alma, or Bialacklava, of whiebh trn justly proud. Our lives are sae religion not in danger,...
A LADY ON "RATIONAL DRESS." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
A LADY ON ".I.RATIONAL DRESS." Kindred to the foregoing, and keeping touch with the trend of the times. it is proper, even necessary, to note that the "rational dress " is not favored even by all the women 'advanced" enough to go out cycling. .An inteviewer of the "Lady Cyclisth' -there is such a paper has elicited a very decided opinion on the subject from Lady Norreys. To the ques tionof whether sheliked the now somewhat common attire of ladies on wheels, she answered-"-'Oh ne,I hate it, I think it perfectly,horrible, and I have never met anyone yet who cithor'ii-d or -cr- r? i hear a great mrny opi:r:i,:,' c' iiu ,ib. ject, and I thinsk the?i ? i. rcng :ic-lag against it. L.dy D-jiiiey, Lady ?1'l0vor ton, Lady Lurgan, til cycle, b". sure not one ,f ithm wotuld heir miechine w knickerbockers couraging cc.-:: f..., woman. But still niorr I to find LIdy eorrsys expressiun herstrong d,~':ts that EEglish ladies would ever qiu:t reconc?l- thlemselves to the divided sl:ri. Which is patt...
WARRAGUL HUNT CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
WARRAGUL HUNT CLUB .[BY Tor1'ulr.] The second meeting, which took place on Wednesday last, was greatly marred by tbe weather, heavy showers falling right up to the time of starting, but rain to a thorough sportsman, is a small matter, and those who did turn up were all "goodmen and true," for they road as straight as any men could (even though they were brought up with the redoubt. able George Watson, the father of hunting in this colony). The throw-off took place at the rear of the Commercial Hotel, where a two-rail fence had been erected for the occasion, then across Mrs. Jackson's paddock into Marshall's and, jumping out through Powell's, took a straight line towards Brandy Creek, crossing Copeland's, O'Donoghue's, Smilie's and several other farms before the drag took a turn for home. Some stiff fences were negotiated, in the run and all outkept together from start to finish, the splendid jumping of Master Fowleron "Mickey" being a sight not to be forgotten, especially at one fen...
A SHIRT. IN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
A SHIRT. ---e--+ IN THE LEGISLATIVLE ASSEll)LL The most interesting speech bn o Tariff question in the Legis tive d asr, on Tuesday evening, was that lJit. Graves. The House has beenCC something good from the umembet i Delatite, after the sharp ehallenge Ei gaye to. Mr. E. Dt, illiams aanto th qnalityýof Castlomaine flaS e. U r, Graves was quite equal to wihat~:i expected of him; It was an isltrad speech that he delivered. Not o~fnl h he said, but what lie showaed t it House, was important. lie was 1lii!i in fact, and object lesson. Every hit I clothing he had on, he said. from hil-'1 to his boots, was colonial m1ade, as0 guaranteed the articles to be Iuel ,, made anywhere in the ?' tal But that many goods p:rodauc? h ol' tected industries are of a t character he wits prepared to u tB So saying, Mr. Graves dived iue seat near to which lie was slpe? 1i-' ' dragged lorth a large parcel, ab ic! "' proceeded to open. Ho too ou '' b": flannel shirt, a couple of pairs cf b ' sevpyeral pie...
CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
CURRENT EVENTS, (BlY T at O'SII.?.'TE). Election day is loots 'g nigh, But candidates are awful shy; They fear the loan's absorbed the clint. And say a seat's notworth the drink; Nearly every day last week had so stirring memory attached to it. ihn Tuesday was the 80th anniversary of tci Battle of Waterloo, Wednesday saw t: terrible football struggle between *i? Warragulites and the IHalf-holida)iet while Thursday was the date of ti Queen's accession ever so many year? ago. The first and the last being matte of minor importantce need no mtore thanI passing reference, but not so with it other. I speak of " Current Even; and not to mention the now alto: historic match, would be lik e a danced the Fernleaf Assembly with all di, waltzes cut out of tihe progratume. 1V have it on the authority of all respectab. war correspondents and rnilitar- hl;eort that no conflict is so sanguinary or fci with such bitter determination as a c it:: war. In like manner when Greeklme?t Greek-or by interpr...
Moral: Consult a Solicitor. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
Moral: Consult a Solicitor. A fencing question came before the local court on Tuesdaywhen Harriet Eliza Bailey, wife of John Henry Bailey. draper, Windsor, who appeared for her under power of att6rney, applied to the court to make an order compelling George Cullen to defray half the cost of erection of a diiiding fence between his and applicant's land" at Darnum. . Mr. Farlow appeared for Cullen. Applicant had failed, to comply with the preliminaries and had, in t?he language of Mr. Cresswell, P.M., 'muddled up the whole thing" because. he had not obtained the services of a solicitor. Verdict for.defendant with costs.
The Neerim Assault Case. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895
The Neerim Assault Case. SAt the local police court on Tuesday, before ,Mr. Cresswell, P.M., and Mr. D. Connor, J.P. John James 13arr, of Neerim, was charged with assaulting Henry Beamish, of the same locality, on June 21st. Sergt. Hillard appeared to prosecute, and 'Mr. Farlow defended. The Sergt. explained that the victim'of the alleged assault was confined to his bed, and asked for a remand to the Brandy Creek Court onJuly 11th. Mr. Farlow said he had no objection, and the accused was accordingly remanded on bail, himself in £20, and one surety for a similar amount.