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BULN BULN. STATE SCHOOL WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 8 June 1894
BULN~BULN. &nbsp; STATE SCHOOL WANTED:" ---0-o Twelve months have elapsed since the destruction by fire of the State-school at Buln Buln, and during that period no educational means have been provided for the children of the township and surround ing localities. Representations have been made to the Department time after time, but nothing satisfactory has as yet eventuated, and a renewed effort is now being made to attain the end in view. There are nearly 40 children at present growing up without receiving the ad vantages of a sound education, such as the State professes to provide, and the conse quence is that the parents consider them selves very harshly and unjustly treated. To induce the tMinister to accede to the request, and to minimise the expenditure as far as possible, Mr. R. Armstrong offered to let a building for the purpose at the nominal rental of 1s a week-an offer which would entail an outlay-of X10 on the part of Mr. Armstrong, Mr. Hansen, and Mr. Walker, for...
DISTRICT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
DISTRICT COURTS. Courts of 1Petty Sessiolur will be eldl it udrulcrniutioicd places fur thie T~il'l: \; ' - S~econd tonday in each nPaCII at 1l IIuau. SunutIuIUI_"; isICuIIre: V .!a.\Il' u1I Elvery Tarsulay at 11 a~in issuel daily, wetCe ali en the ai" il: i-: nt ttilv coiurts . ti i F IyJ.- :;.t . ii the I at and .icd ull aclt i . -iuh 'uiuat ]].:;) 'ele.l:. Sul:, t~.ac:i~'1 p cinu; Wu'.uuc-day-. BEAN.1li (IV CEEEIC--'1'I uuudac ju tiuc Žuu ulal r .1 nin cal ,'cuuuutuuit at auti. Siu, - jtn"i-6, 1nr ut's Thnuul:uv.
FOOTBALL. LOCAL CHALLENGE CUP. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
FOOTBALL LOCAL CHALLENGE CUP. -0 RULES. 1. The Cr shall bne called the "Ross" Clseikoiwn Cap. . That it ishlnall he open to all clubs btnee tin Ilerwnicln and Trannlnigon, oth clubs inchv.h~ raho shall cuter on or before tihe SAlil plny einra ntist be hoSa tide nnemnbern of the loih they playn for A baid iide plscer shall he o"ne who is e'ither a rerident of *;,: lr .ribld district or who shall ;:u t!e:ates of his min tides.i .nye rshtll play for inore thoa one SI lip I C playend en tihe point ssteInI Snt ftir wi ti and twol points for it Cachn clnl.. isall play two mintches with ci tither-lone oant ach ntnrouni. In the i-:"t .fit fior thes Cup. tihe linal natchl to i. nniit4 on tie Warraniil ground. 7.- -l %~t ; 1 mu, t lIem adten the'^rountd - 'n1i .1' . 1 oin. in writinglo tlihe erEnltary of ,i ate antd to ," r criv ied by hinm tn illo tit th s .-inc y tnnllniing the nnatlh. 111 l tn u, ;n~iist le n~nennpanied by nI: , : n', ih.il, in the event i ; the I~t .hei n ::::.tained, rha...
"To the Richest Man in Melbourne." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
"To: the Richest MIan in :4 & Me1% ourne " j i SoME funiny experiences fall to th lot of the General Post Office officials. All sorts of queer addresses written in all sorts of quaint styles have to be care fully deciphered, and hours often' spent in interpreting well nigh unin telligible. caligraphy. One of the most singular adldresses and certainly one of the most original and :most impertinent of the: commiini itions thus received, came to'ad ha'ldaday or two ago? It arrived from Germany, and on 4the envelope was the ambiguous inscription "To the richest man in: Melbourne." Whether this was intended as a piece of cruel irony ih'eviv of eli' impecuiioud 'cobidition of 'ailos eery individuall inilthe City, or wss really a seriou"s atteipt to ascertain the lname of the man enjoy iigtiliis eiiviabie distitiction,qis open to question, but there can be no possible dohbtait the i cheeky characteM of the contents. This' is ihoiiw the letter read: Sir,-Excuse me as a perfect stran...
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
1'I;ttPEI11TY SALES. Messrs. \VY. Hlamilton and Co., 120 tpueen.street, report having sold by auctioln 20 acres at Secriut at ±4 is per acre. also, privately 280 acres at Long. warry for ±1,4150; 20 acres at 1'oowong at a satisfaictory figure, 320 acres at Anderson's Inlet at f4 7s 6d per acre, 320 acres near Warragul at £5 10s per 8ve, 82110 acres lear Yarragon at a satis fitcoary flgure; also, four blocks of land it Jindlivick it fronl #U 15s to £8 per acre; alsu. 100 acres near Leongathu at a satisfactory figure. They also report having lot 320 acres near Bloolsfield at ±80 per annotu. Great as has been their advances in recent years in other respeets, the Japanee people have remained singular ly deficiolnt in lstatutre and physique- A Govermuent cominussion, after a prolonred investigation, attributes this to all aluost exclusively vegetable diet. The Victorian Govenument pays its Civil Servantls abosut 1!,000,000 annually. 4fter all the retrenchuteut we have had,
A Look Ahead. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
A Look Ahead. A hoopskirt's coming iround the bend, Goodby. old comrade, goodby. Some very great things on my haste depend, Goodby, old comrade, goodby. The road is narrow, the skirt Is vast, Goodby, old comrade, goodby. It's a hundred to one that we ean'tgetDs. Goodby, old comrade, goodby. MIy grief at leaving you here's intense, Goodby, old comrade, goodby; But give me a lift tilu climb the fence, Goodby, old comrade, goodby. I'll make a circuit the cornfleld thronugh, Goodby, old comrade, goodby. And get there an hour ahead of you, Goodby, old comrade, goodby. -Columbus Dispatch.,
WEST GIPPSLAND ELECTORATE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
SWEST GIPPSLAND ELECTORATE. 4- TO THE EDITOR. In Holy Write we read how a certain king, Nebuchadnezzar by name, had a great image made and set up in the plain of Dura, in the province of Babylon. Then the order was given that all the people should be gathered together and on the bag-pipes and all other kinds of music being played, the people were to fall down and worship the image that the king had set up. Any poor devil disobeying he would be cast into a burning fiery furnace. That history repeats itself we have signal proof in your columns of the 8th, for does not our local King David there make known unto all men that hlie had set up an image (which, alas ! would not stand) in the West Gippaland Electorate, and would have all the electors believe that lie (King David) had the power and the will, the honor and the glory of giving this electorate to the image he wished to set up, but coull not make to stand. Like his great prototype, however, he ran against a snag in the person of ...
THE MARKETS. FRUIT REPORT. LOCAL APPLES TOP THE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
THE MARKETS. FRUIT REPORT. LOCAL 'APPLES TOP'THE MARKET. Pleasance, Martin and Gralham, held a sale'of fruits of the season on Friday, June 8th, Land report flair supplies: Grown by Mr. Korner, Sooth Warragul Jonathan apples, very choice, o8s id; Reinette, Os 9d.( These were beautiful samples. and realised the hlighcst prices during the sales. Perfection, very good, 5s Od; Maggs Seedling, 5s; Five Crown, 4Is 3d; Strawberry,.Ss 6d. From Mr. J; Deacon, "' Emnadale,' Lardner-Golden Russet. s: Dunselow, 4s id; Wagner, 4s ; Nonipariel, s; Stone Pippin, Us. Froni ,lr. H.. W. Crisp, Thorpdale IPearman's extra, 7s 6d case; firsts ditto, 4s Od, s Od9; seconda, is Od ;i"s. From Mr... J. -N. Brown, Drouin South Reinettes, 4s; Stone l'ippins, 2s ' d. From DaRvid Lennox,. Lardner-Five Crowvn, s ad. Otliher growers-London, 4s Joinithacs, os l(d, 5s; lReinettes, 3s Od; 9 6;d P; iin de do XNe, :s Od; Nunros, 5s; Annie Eliz, 4s;9d, 4s (1d; Burncombe, 4s; Suchockley, 4s d; Hoover, 4s ld; Cleopatra, U...
MINISTER OF MINES' VISIT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. GENERAL INSPECTION OF THE DISTRICT. THE OFFICIAL PROGRAMME. MELBOURNE. MONDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
MINISTER OF MINES' VISIT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. --0- GENERAL INSPECTION OF TEE DISTRICT. THE OFFICIAL PROGRAMME. (BY TELEGRAPII : FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) MELsOURNE, MONDAY NIGOT. I lave to.day bcniu.compa7ywith Mr. G. J. Turner, M.L.A., and have obtained from him the detailed arrangements for the visit of Mr. 3IColl, Minister of Mines, on Friday and Saturday next. The party witi number ten in all, including the Minister. Mr. Howitt (Secretary for Mines), Mr. C. Sar geant. M.L.C., Mr. Turber, M.L.A., and other Gippaland Members. The party will arrive at Warragul by the eight. o'clock train on Thurs day evening next, and will stay the night at Bufon's Royal Hotel. Any WVarragul deputations desirous of waiting on the Minister will be Received on Friday morning, iand at miid-day the party will leave for.Cross over by Neerim train. Dinner will be partaken of at Cook's, and at two o'clock niners' deputation will be received. The locality will afterwards be inspected. In the evening the par...
THE SILVER LINING. LOCAL AND GENERAL OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
THE SILVER LINING. LOCAL'AND GENERAL OUTLOOK. From a local, as well as a general viewpoint, Viotoria to-day wvearis, a brighter aspect than it has done for soie time past, and it is evident that the bottom of the pit of depression has beeni touched, and that we are on the upward grade towards our former prosperity. With, a capable anid practical Government in power, an'd with the development' of the natural resources the colony posseses so abundantly, a feeling, of confidence has been inspired as far-reaching Kas London, atnd has favourably iffecited' our colonial credit.- That these hapipy' results have beein mainly due to the firm policy of retrenchment insisted oni by the P'remier, every unprejudiced critic will readily admit, and the government example has been followed with good or indifferent grace by every individual in the colony, aid the amiount of self-denial;', compulsory and otherwise, will make us appreciate more fully the good things in store. No doubt there is a certa...
THE POTATO MARKET. A CHAT WITH MR. VINCENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
THE POTATO MARKET. A CHAT WITH MIt. VINCENT. 0- Yesterday we had the opportuiity of discussing' the probabilities of a substantial rise in the market rates of potatoes during the inet few months, with Mr, Vincent, a gentleman largely interested in the trade. Mr. Vincent has travelled over a large proportion of the potato growing districts of Gippsland and is also we'U acquainted with the quantity and quality of the crops in other localities. IHe estimates that the Gippsland yield. will amount to 5,000 tons, and every where he finds the growers inclined to hold out for higher rates. When asked if lihe thought the price 'could advance very materially, Mr. 'iTiucent replied that he had some difficulty in arriving at a definite conclusiaou, but he very imuch doubted the rIrobabitity of the tuber reaching anytching like fancy prices. The crops hwere light in the Ballarat district and also at KIiilmore and Mansfield, and the Warrnambool potatoes are decidedly " wormy." On the other hand, ...
ALLAMBEE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
ALLAMBEE. (FRiOX A CORRESPONDENT). -0 Clarke's road question is likely to again come before the Narracan Shire Counicil at the ordinary meeting on Fridaine'xt. It will be remembered that at the lahist meeting a majority of the Council decided to instruct the engineer, rMr. J. E. Muntz, to take the necessary steps to secure a'' road,,, through Lumb's block, on 'to Elder's road, at the request of 'Mr. Clarke, a resident on the Tarwin-river, who undertook to cut the scrub on the new track. A number ofh selectors are opposed to this step, and. these will lodge a petition against it, and also personally interview the Council on Friday neat. A csuple of alternative proposals will Lto' pit biefore 'the Council: first is to obtain a new road, about 55 chains long, through Mr. Couch's boindiiry to. Elder's road. The other proposition is to extend the river road, a'o ag the surveyed route, through Mr.., Douglas' block to M'Donald's'track, a distance of about li miles. Both schemes have the su...
THE Warragul Guardian TUESDAY, JUNE 12TH, 1894. Municipal Questions. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
THE Rarragnl.narbin TUESDAY, JUNE 12'n, 1894. Municipal Questions. Evr.sr municipality is more or less interested in the questions discussed a few days ago by the Municipal Asso ciation of Victoria, and which were subsequtntly brought before the Minister of Mines, in the absence of the Minister of Public Works. We have pointed out from time-to time the great expense entailed upon muni. cipalities by the present system of auditing, and advocated a modification to: the extent of abolishing local audi tors. 'Subsequent to this the nmatter was discussed by the Gippsland Muni cipal Association, and a resolution adopted to the effect that Shire Audi tors, as at present known, be dis pensed with, and that ten inspectors be appointed to do the-work at a salary of about T£500 i year. , This would estilt in anll ainual saving ofx3,G00O the total amount paid to auditor' annually under existing conditions beingabout £8,000. This is certainly aRll appreciable reduction, and it couldI be made a t...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
A good advertisement in a respectallu paper, which has a large circulrtion, is worth its cost tenfold. Cheapness is no criteriru as to the value of anrt advertise met. 'The paper tlhtt otifers to take your advertisement at lillf tie purrtent rates can only give you a twentieth of tjir value in point of pubihlicity, ald is a dear bargain anyhow, whatever its price. Don't expect an advertisement to bear fruit in one night,