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THE BED-BUGG. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 20 October 1881
I T"H"BED-BUGG.--- The bedbugg is a cosmopolitan kurc. Be:iz kommoii tew all cdtiistrys that thaw oa. 1 ? ?;'i . Greenland is the only comntry whore they arti konsdeied a l?rurny. ' 'Honienti,'eligiodtt add money; at ieieest, ardamong the luxury . -. F;ite bootsi are, eazylte* git, and thairefore ard not a luxury.::?,.,,.,. . ,: SD Bad k6lds: are not amung t behaurys, bat yellow inceo and red.crowa are. . Th? bedbugg is bilt in a circle, and hiu moltud 'i es cleai roiiid the edge of hiz Thi enableds themt ti bite thh food just .as well on jd tak s iti sibot'ie withbut itrn ing round. SIt'i j?st ai thaidy for a lied.bag tewbite, az itii fora red hot kole ov fire to burn; The bed.bugh i5 a very, eazy animal teu cultivate,' in faekt; if yoe will onle give them house rent free,, they. will kuljivate them. aeli-es. , iwo b.rd-buggs will produce in one year fodr thousand three hundred and two bed buggs, ;.besides laying twelve hundred and. thirty'-i eggs for the next year's lrop. a'They a...
SECTION 19. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 20 October 1881
SECTION 19. Thomas Bury , Win. White William Henderson Emma J. Collings John Irving Charles Attfield Win. D. Warcham John Phillips Alice Scown Michael McKay William Quinn Andrew Lawson Henry F. Quinn Colin Campbell Edward Quinn Alort Toogood Annie E. Orr Margaret Smith Ferl. Lindemannn Peter Anderson John Ingelow Wm. Lawson WWm. M. Dalton Frederick Zahner Walter Bristow Walter Turner James Walker Sarah J. Turner Joseph Winters Thomans P. Arthur Johanna G. Hlirt John Thompson James Rhodes Win. Pengilly John Ginnano John Wilson W. H. Stylos Samuel Dicks Etienne Thibault Etienne Thibault James Elliott John Medley James Dobbie Hugh Brown Win. N. Marshall Frederick Curiick John J. Patterson Thomas Hopkins Henry McCauley Morris R. Dillon T'homas Liddell Mary Clark Robert Compton David Connor jun. John Reidy Michael Lake John Moore Anne G. Morris James Skelton Henry Doig W. H. Earthrcwl Patrick O'Connor Louis Lo Gould Thomas Walsh John Mitchell Michael Henry Matthew Scanlon George Jennings...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14TH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 20 October 1881
GOVERNMEINBT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, Ocronh.t 14Th. License declared void.-John Robinson, Traralgon. Alteration of terms and conditions.-PaRy able at Traralgon: Wm. Graham. Toon gabbie North; J. M'Donald. Traralgon; W. Sadler, Tanjil; and W. Wellwood, Loy Yang. Payable tWarragol: D.Urquhart, Moe; F. Lye, Longwarry. Applications for leases approved.-Pay. able at Traralgon: J. Lawless, Maryvale; M. M'Namara, . Traralgon.. Payable at Warragul: C. Ogilvy, Mirboo; P. Kenny. J. Murdoch, Moe; W. H. Scholes, Bunyip ; W. HIoskings, Jetho ; J. Aikman, Poowong; N. Bennett, Jeetho West; J. Cornthwaite, Narra?an South. Lands open for selectian 2SSth October 1SS1, at 9 a.m.-320a, Allambeo, forfeited. by S. S. Browning; 320a, Traalgon, re linquished by Jno. Robinson; 100a, Orbost, do. by J. Cowell; 14a, Sale, forfeited by J. O'Sullivan. Applications to participate in the grant in-aid too free libraries must be sent to the office of the Chief Secretary before the 7th November.
Woman Items. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
*nniman Btem . That many ladies indulge in the figrant cigar ette as an open secret. , A young ladysuggested to her father the other lay that they save all their old ice and girv it to A preacher advocates the introduction of laMy unhets in church, to make the youn;rm-n attend. Some of the young lady bathers at the ,ea-ile have reminded the writer of a lead-pencil en. shrouded in a pillow-case. Louisville. brings to the front a woman one hundred and fiteenu years old, who is still doenr her own housework. Old age makes lying easy. An Ohio girl was struck by lightonint while splitting wood to a thunderstorm; but ha.rfa'ber, who sat reading a novel, scearrely felt the shock. WVisc nsin women re sharp. When they cire their childlen matches to play with, and "*,. ofr on a viitt, they carry their Insurance policies with them. An exchange se :--" A lady wearing a musli mask has been noric-d bathing at Cap: Mar." Well, if a lady is to be nntiesd whilt bathinol,it I certainly be-t that she ...
Agricultural. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
S[grirultural. Recent experiments with beans on the rabje·: of the influence of color of seeds on ~rmination by a French observer, b1. Panchon, gier tie result that to reach the same isible stare of de. velopment a black or violet seed ab*orb? m?e oxygen than a white or yellow one, thouzh a more rapid germination is observed in th- lare:. On the other hand, the quantities of carbonie acid exhaled by whita seeds are found to bee ,a. sidera-ly greater than those from the dark, son. times even double. These diffrence are con. sidered to prove that dark or violet eeds ar better conditioned from a physiologieal pinta f view. In the natural tate-i e., when thesrvi ge minate in light-the conversion of lezrnmin into aparagin most go on much more ea.i in the roloredseeds than i the others. Th-moes frequent and pronounced pigmentation of uetts of northern lands is, therefore," sayes M. Pauchor, "a favorable circumstance for the growth of these organisms, under the peculiar light condi tinoe t...
Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
TitE GREAT Geaur?iA Wsrl.-It Is the c s tom in Germany to wash table-linen and sheets as seldom as possible; indetn, it Is even a slgn of wealth when one washes these thiot-s but four times a y. ar. bcause it shows that lots of them are possessed by the family. Whether the custom is a nice one or not, th.re can be no doubt a'outi the work it causes. As s.n as this great wash began, we gave up all but the most important house and kitchen wrk; and you might hare seen us standing, all eight of us, round a huge iub, rubbting with soap in hot water the sh, eta and napkins (:ertainly it was severe labor, and my hands bled fast the first evening. But while standing and washing, even if almost tired to leath by work so unaccustomed,.we tried to sweeten it by cheerful part songs When the washing was ini.hed, Carl, thecoachman, had to put the horses to the watgon. All th the thins, heaped up in largewhite Iaskets, were put on it, ce all got lI after, and '.f" it went down to the little river....
THE WARRAGUL RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
THE WARRAGUL RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. The following is a list of the names of persons for whom leases and licenses are lying at the Warragul Receipt and Pay Office for execution or delivery, some of which have been in MIr. Ryan's hands for two years: LEASES AWAITLNG EXECUTION. LaN Acrs 1869 & 1478. J. T. Rowles Mich. Donohue (2) J. Melville (2) William King W. Hodkinson Edward Hall W. Love W. Percy G. Houston A. Leys J. A. Jansen W. Watts Thos. Ainscough M. J. Lynch S. Simper J. Hutchison F. C. Mapleson W. McQueen W. Walsh David Spence C. M. Holmes T. Vorweg M. Murphy W. Dunstan Amelia Clayson James Kerr Chas. Cook David Jones AxENDIGO LiaND ACr 1SS0. John Maples H. J. Anderson H. Bevers E. A. Robert A. Brown J. Dixon A. Street J. Fernley J. Lakeland W. Fernley J. Edev LEASES AWAITING DELIVERY. G. King J. Rogers James Hennessy M. Patullo Wmn. S. Stewart D. W. Hill John J. Charles A. Ross A. Beard M. Gardner J. Ellis J. Watson B. Brett D. Ahern E. Le Roux O. McCarty J. Dunn (2...
THE MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
TIHE MINISTERIAL VISIT. -4-- The Honorable the Commissioner of Railways, accompanied by a large party of ladies and gentlemen, paid. his promised visit to Gippsland on' Friday last. Amongst the party were Messrs. Mason, McKean, Gibb, Har ris, Langton, MecColl, M.'sL.., F. L. Smyth, F. Call, P.M., W. Mason (Mr. F. C. Mlason's brother), J. Dwyer, Wilmott, and Platt; Mesdames Mason and McColl, and the Misses Mason, McKean (2), and McColl. Mr. An derson, traffic manager, and Mr. Lunt, engineer of construction, of the Rail way Department, accompanied Mr. Bent. The special train, in charge of Guard Bell, left Melbourne at 7 am., and reached Bunyip at 8.30. At this station Mr. Bent was asked for extra stafion accommodation, and for a piece of land opposite the station for the purposes of the newly formed brick making company. The requests were promised c3nsideration. At Drouin a deviation in the proposed line to Poowong was suggested, the Minister being furnished with a plan. The Commissio...
Wit and Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
man often stubs his too ithetbreshold,of success. Whei a now book comes out, I head an old. one.--Rogers. Faith steps into our 'aid when our boasted reason and knowledge fall.' There is no'such thing as being proud before man and humble before God. In these days we fight for ideas, and news papers are our fortresses.-Heine., The world is ruled by the subordinates, not by their chiefs.-Charles Buxton. " "Sir," said Dr. Johnson to Boswell, 'every man Is a rascal when he is sick." Tihe seeds of our punishment are sown at the time we commit sin.-Hesiod. To select well among old things is almost equal to inventing new ones.-Trublet. Second wives usually have to hear descriptions of the fine cookery of first wives. A house is no home unless it contain food and fire for the mind as well as for the body. . God, has one Son on earth without sin, but never one without suff'ering.-Augustine. A weak man is worse thnh an insane one, for the latter may be cured or kept harmless. When a man regard...
OUR ILLUSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
Princo Albert Victor, who in the course of events will become King of England, was born on the 8th January, 1864, and his bro ther, Prince George of Wales, on the lrd 'June in the following year. The two princes joined the training ship Britannia some three years since, and after receiving some preliihi. nary education, were sent on board the Bac chante as cadets, which had been commis sioned for the purpose of giving them a prac 'tical lesson in seamanship. The Rev. J. Dalton was appointed tutor to the two young princes, and Captain Lord Charles Scott.had command of the vessel, which 'left orts mouth on the 17th September, 1879.' After a cruise in the Mediterranean, the corvette proceeded to the West Indies, via Madeira, when all the principal places in that part of the world were visited., On the 2nd May, in the following year, the Bacohante returned to.Spithead, the princes during the voyage having been promoted to the rank of mid. shipmen. On her return to England the Bacchante ...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [BYr ELZCTIC TELEOI PH.) M" ESS;. WVe. iLrA To.-' & Co.report for the week ending 26th Oct.:-Fat Cattle. 1,500 yarded; there was a good attendance, and brisk competition for good and prime lots of cattle at about 5s. per head advance on last'ýeek's rates. Fat Sheep.-About 20,000 drawn for; demand fair at prices about ddi imder last week's; Fat Lambs. About 4,000 yarded; good demand at last week's prices. Potatoes are in better de mand, £P 17s. 6d. being obtainable forbest Gippsland. '
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
An Ohio woman, before drowning herself In n ehallow trough, strapped her head down in the water for fear that her courage might fail when she botan to smother. Sensible woman. There is an endless merit in a man's knowing when to have done. The stupidest man, if. he will be brief in proportion, may fairly claim some hearing from 118; he, too, the stupidest man, has seen eumething, heard something, whichh is his own. dlitinctly peculiar. never seen or hIeardby, any. masn in thlsworld before; let us tell him' that he, ritef in proportion, ohil be, welcome.- Corlyiu. .
AUF WIEDERSEHEN. IN MEMORY OF J. T. P. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
AU?. WIEDERSEHBEN. IN MBMORt Y OPJ. . P. Until we meet again l That it the meaning Of the familiar words that men repeat At parting in the.street. Ah yes, till then I but wlien deat interviening Rends us asunder, with what ceasoless pain Weo wait for the Again t The friends who leave us do not feel the sorrow] Of parting as we feel it who must stay Lamenting day by day, And knowing, when we wake upon the morrow, We shall not find in its accustomed place The one beloved face. It were a double grief if the departed Being released from earth, should still retain A sense of earthly pain It were a double grief if the true-hearted, Who loved us here; should on the further shore, Remember us no more. BelievingR in the midst of our afflictions, That death is a beginning, not an end, We cry to them, and send Farewells, that better mit.ht be called predictions, Being foreldadowings of the future, thrown Into the vast Unknown Faith overleaps the conilnes of our reason, And if by faith, as in o...
"DANDY." A TALE OF A DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
"tDAXDy. baadin r p "' C t o wh hi W meiimea 1 frae to do rxi fixr .et at. inti imen- Iin hi. ea9 . - 'Th- WompZZT we.t llero. ' heconidda. uw ..` t TPapa, Iw ba9ti i tbbiztQ. Dandyceando .^' fR tu I doy ml tt Then he wI r ie pered to his fa h-, El .D a n a t be m ~ Qt m : v r od I far; h e k in. Deaeroo kedlaar baeaaa. bkzce, Rotas on, and rto'4 qcie hi s as if a iii as h ai se That, ( t 4 "hi cderee te4trhbe kern to!t lam Harm hil the jianakik tairI.!eii of m~a~an etas ehir. andart to remnan wa a thei hsr. hen ne cot to tebarn eoian oDrt ttT Soad the has-k-lmaid Padd troted up to the hte, madea sonrer and fnaft e gtes.ta be a" i' tya Hurr mid coon. Heir, after I cahi u ma' lap, and loled his ct sh lIate the chair. "Dwna, Dan-ft." cried unwire "I 0ttn not b h btorbed tn-day; oanswa ^ Bat Dasd, etnainsed hi appeal, waningbit tadl, a.d o hol then tiring rent toa runt, 'p or'. At length he olowir Talked to tte open 8. otretehed him, f before At, and ap -i4r-: t. Onsionall.-, bnweeer, ...
POCKET MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
POCKET MONEY. As soon as they can p'sibly understand it. chlldren should be made fimiliar wih the use and 'alue of money. lothers sbould consider in. struition in this a valuable branch of education. Many parents, either from the ides that it is ord eron.myv, or fr.m a desire to keep their ehildren :n subjection, choose to retain the sole manage ment of expenditure n n t eir own bands, pur -basing ererythinr neefnul for the family, and supplying the children with all necessary articles, but never with mon y. This i. neither good economy nor sound education. It is vrey neces .ary tat children shou'd learn, when young the value and th-a use of money; they shonul be taught to spend it as well as to save it. For this purpwe, at an early age, children should hare a fixed allowance, proportioned to their years and to the means of their parents. 'his shuld be given to them monthly, and at the nd of each month they should be required to produce an exact account of the expenditure of the mon...
The Household. DOMESTIC COOKERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
I Sil'lb.II + .++r? B? tr'ooPZR.'i . a;, - ofpnar anr moorinlc ook. e c s bimet a a ~npjlrp of rr lau ot hand.' s Tiu it a pontrao whic a?refniwok b.il.lgt-e a mk attentin. tr remarks on p-making appl equly to eae-m, -:; bnoh of toem h fw fa i' purpose'. L4 muck more mat'eoa of r .nnd es than etpen Tobe-i with. . GZLTT P0 3OtYTR. be. mutt.? -and Porr k. :o v br'rs. ado. or indeet anything which i not tn ? sal? a to baled ?it a fewdrops dof kngV, ru od h eunuch ibe ravefun meat. It abe made richer by the aSdition1 the gart whih d Teue cader the drippie o frEa jobnts p?rimeensl romted. o The oldl-f tbied plan of making pra ? in the pa after ihejoiat is roasted is obje?tonbe. .ot? o oblris the.: rask o bharit?a+ y grvy, bat on-4 it ir .epediin ot mbde, the oesst, oua wh??e, gets cold. Thewater hin wtehrege?table a here b-re boiled, wit? the addrio o a bit of laze, mett faoring, or the drpit from beneath d.ippn?e, o.ezce frljointto?hmeattok is o ftvd In.no - .?r g eegravy or -aver be po...
The Warragul Guardian. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1881. THE secret cause for the frequentdis agreements between the engineer of the Buln Buln Shire, Mr. ROwAND, and the several contractors who have been in the habit of tendering for the council's work, has at last made itself apparent' to us, and from a source which wehad not'the remotest idea it would emanate from. At the council meeting on Friday last the engineer *was questioned as.to the difference be tween his figures and those of con tractors KE-iNN, EoGA & Gnoss, who undertook the works on the Warragul main south road. From figures sup plied by the engineer the contractors named ascertained that they had been disallowed for some 200 cubic yards of earth, removed by them in the works; specified. The engineer still held out that his measurements were correct, and on the PRESIDEN'T pointing out to Mr. BoRowA that the'calculation was a mere matter of common arithmetic, the latter rose to his feet, and, in an excited manner, and with considerable emp...
Coles and Sketches. THE TWO TALLI[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 27 October 1881
it aU witik?r?tr 5. TE' TWOTALLIYYZB.9S. The Tallifero manon was a gr'b el boe, facinga A tbng ?ea and Sitietc ofi There was not a partile of architr beauty s:t it, m y t. after all it was a whers? aflly pfcdresue place. Broad pi? - ? dae? -fnes'ae.? az taz-darwiie a tine, eaahre or r es withs the cardt cprea tclen-ran all around the lower stoye and the si, 1uer one only revealed itself in wrste Wea did it matter thatenttide the place there were brws lnd-ht? 5s and pale-sailed ahipa, and gulls hovering over fam ?ed waves! A hedge of nyres hid it,in slgarden fall of leepy peace a5 asoe.ts rd t aanrsct Sost. A garden like a langsid laes-land, whose very atcanphere Iwas laden with a Inurios, slumIerous per Bat at Lefr o'clock on an Agust after somn even this shady garden as Lot and ,wA" h henter the boue . The rooms are .arge sarid ofty, the walls white and gold; thers are a few light cane chain, and agreat an pleatifally cutmioned caches,. The wi a are all open, the green blinds rigor...