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THE FLIGHT. A TALE OF CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

THE FLICGHT. A TALE OF CUBA. In the harbor of Havana a boat glided In a zig-zag course about the numerous steamers and ships that lay at anchor on the slightly agitated water. Two Tnen in a fisherman's dress sat in it, the ToSnger at the rudder, while the elder wowed. "Nor we will go over to the Spanish -growlers, Pedro," said the younger man. His companion nodded, and they glid ed slowly by two Spanish warships 'which had arrived with troops the pre 'vious day. "Six, seven, eight-row slower, Pedro," whispered the younger man, "I must -count the guns, for both these warships will cruise in a few days under our 2mountains on the east coast, and my unncle must be kept informed - so, now 3 have seen all." "Only be careful, Senor Paolo Garcia," said the elder. "Have you your belt .still?'' "'Certainly, and the list of the troops in it who arrived yesterday, and which you found out so cunningly. The fellows Will find nothing on the Pearl of the An tilles but a grave from yellow fever or ...

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FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

FARM NOTES.. Mr W. T. Lawrence. the principal of the Cumberland and Westmoreland, Farm school, has been able to formulate. an excellent substitute for milk. litI attention was drawn to the matter by being so frequently asked by calf-rear ers for such a substitute. lie has based its composion on that of new milk; it contains, therefore, about the same iwr centages of digestible food constituents, -one part by weight of flour, two parts ground linseed (no oil extracted), and three parts ground linseed cake (the meal resulting from breaking linseed cake). Scald at the rate of 2_ lbs per day for each calf, with two gallons of" boiling water, atid a little salt to each pail, and enough sugar to make it a lit tie sweet before serving. Enough might: be made at once to serve all the calves for three or four days, with rather less than this quantity of water, and the remaining water might be added hot at each meal to take the chill off the bulk. Reckoning flour at 12s per cwt.. ground linsee...

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WIT AND HUMOR [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

WIT AND HUMOR Because a man has wheels it does not follow that he Is noted for his graceful carriage. "The man I marry," said the blonde widow, "must be a hero.'" "Hre will be," remarked the savage bachelor. Father : What makes you think you can earn enough to support my daugh ter? Suitor : Well. I've been engaged to her for six months. Clair : What's the use of stealing cake and then saying your prayers? Dolph: I'm praying that you won't want any. Bill : In what respect does Spain ex-, ccl all other nations? Jill : Why, Spain has the finest submarine navy in the world. Casey : Shure, begob, these winds re mind me of. O'Hulihan. Maloney : Phwye? Casey : They strike one so, suddenly. Clara : When I was out on my wh"el this morning I cracked-my enamel quite badly. M'aud : You must learn not to smile. Little Johnny: Pa, what is the capital of Spain? Pa : She hasn't any to speak of; or she won't have when she pays her debts. Little Clarence : Father, what is the difference between firmn...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. ---e-- 6 WWARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. Departure. a.m. p.m. p.m. Warragul ... 11.9 3.55 7.55 Drouin ... ... 11.21 4.13 8.10 Longwarry ... 11.31 4.25 8.25 ]lunyip ... 11.38 4.32 8.32 Garfield ... ... 11.45 4.39 8.39 Tynong ... ... 11.52 4.46 8.46 Nar-nar-goon ... 12.0 4.54 8.54 Pakenham ... 12.9 5.4 9.4 Beaconsfield ... 12.25 5.20 9.20 Berwick ... ... 12.30 5.32 9.238' Dandenong ... -12.53 6.10 9.52 Oanleigh (a) .. 1.16 6.40 - Oakleigh (d) .. 1.21 6.47 10.16 Melbourne . .. .1.45 7.20 10.40 MELBOURNE TO WARIRAGUL. Departure. ' a.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne ... 7.50 11.50 4.30 Oakleigh... ... 8.22 12.30 5.2 Dandenong .. 8.46 1.15 5.28 Berwick ... .. 9.10 1.42 5.52 Beaconsfield ... 9.13 1.46 5.56 Plakenham ... 9.31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goon - ... 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tynong ... ... 9.52 2.28 6.32 Garfield ... ... 9.58 2.35 6.30 3Bunyip ... ... 10.4 2.49 6.48 Longwarry ... 10.10 3.1 6.55 Drouin ... ... 10.2.5 3.21 7.10 Warragul ... 10.38 3.37 7.25 WARIRAGUL TO TRARALGON Departure. a.m. pn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

T -?F " ZAZET i' Office, Warragul, tor Blillhcab:l. Mecnos, Circulars, Progranun!es, Tickci Letter-heads, and PRINTING OF . E1RY DESCRIP TION. Public Notices. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 0 ------ o- Auctioneers and A-tents. G. W. Anderson, Victoria Street. C. S. Aflleck, Queen Street. Henry Hansen, Queen Street. Parkes and Round, Queen Street. Skews and Patterson, Victoria Street. W'itton & Hunter, Main-st., lh-onin. Baker. S. J. Butlin, Smith Street. Butchers. J. Powell, Smith Street. Tatterson Bros., Queen Street. Blacksmith. H. Matthews, Smith Street. Stephens & O'Donnell, Yarragon. Bootmaker.- A. Hancock, Queen-street. John Lenihan, Queen Street. Builders and Contractors. Langdon and Penney. Victoria Street. Miller Bros., Smith Street. Chemists. W. S. Iliffe, Queen Street. A. C. Lewis, Queen Street. Drapers. E. M. Ellis. Victoria Street Leslie an&l Co., Sntllth btreet. D. McNeil and Co., Queen Street. Dairyman. W. Brooks, Clifford Street. Dentist. A. French, Quee...

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TAMWORTH STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

TAMWORTH STANDARD OF EX CELLENCE. The following is the standard for Tam worths as adopted by the National Pig Breeders' Association of Great Britain, and formulated with a view to the pro duction of the highest quality of bacon: Color-Golden-red hair on a flesh colored skin, free from black. Head-Fairly long, snout moderately long and quite stra:ight, face slightly dished, wide between ears. Ears--Rather large, with fine fringe, carried rigid and inclined slightly for ward. Neck-F:airly long and muscular, es pecirlly in boar. Chest-- Wide and deep. Shoulders-Fine. slanting and well set. Legs-Strong and shapely, with plenty of bone, and set well outside of body. Pastern.-Stronk and sloping. Feet- Strong and of fair size. P.ack-Long and straight. Loln-Strong and broad. Tail-Se:: on high and well tasselled. Sildes-Long and deep. Ribs-TWell sprung, and extending well up to the flank. Belly-Deep, with straight underline. Flank-Full, and well let down. Quarters-Long, wide and straight fro...

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HORSESHOEING AND FITTING. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

h HORSESHOEING AND FITTING i The subject of fitting is so broad, and covers so many different points that it ` is impossible to treat it fully umnless un limited time and space is given to the consideration; therefore, we wil, for the present, confine ourselves to but one fea hl ture, viz., the hind fitting, and in con Junction with the subject also treat in a C passing way conformation and the ne d cessity of studying it when attempting to tit a shoe, says a practical horse )r shoeer, in "The Horseshoers' Jour d n:d." re In shoeing a horse any intelligent my an nill, before starting the operation, first study tle conformation. He will look first at the limbs, and then the position the feet occupy towards the - limb. Then following up his subject he will look at the position the feet oc cupy on the ground. He will find some e limbs, I mean the lower portion, for this is our main point of observation, with long-drawn pasterns, bound or curb hocked, others short in pastern I- and stra...

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ROUND THE WORLD ON THE BICYCLE. A GREAT [?] BY THREE [?]SHMEN. XCIII. SUZUKAWA (foot of Fuji Mountain.) [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

EOUND TIE WORLD O THE DCOteLE. -4A OFcEPr . #UR BY THREE * e G ISHMEN. XCIII. *U2tUiKAi'A (foot of Fuji hdountain.) A long clinmb among the hills made us ~ull off Jackets and sweaters the morning W"e rode out of Kyoto. We were now on the Tjliado, the great tree-shaded high S'ay -unning tbeNtwen the old capital of Japan and Tokio, the new capital. In - pre-Tallway and pre-cycling days ft was the post road of the empire. Lordly i aimios travelled it in gorgeous state, cecompanled by trains of mighty war -iors staggering ?under two-handed swords. Englishmen not yet bald re eall the sumptuoeus magnificence of those' *rocessions, pompous, medieval, as fan t-astic as an old-world picture The road is beautifully wide, and it is, smooth. Millians of crooked-trunked, d?ark-limbed pi-es cast twisted shadows over it. But the lords of Japan no longer journry in panoplied array. They are whisked :from city to city in rumb Jing mail itrans. The villages afford no longer a k?.lc~loseonic spectdcle...

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FLATULENN COLIC. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

FLATULENN COLIC. This affection, known as "windy colic," "windy gripes," and "hoven," is caused by over-feeding on succulent food. It occurs especially in stabled horses, which, after having been kept on such food as bran, chaff, and oats for a considerable time, are given an armful of green food. New hay, mouldy chaff, and faulty mastication are also to be mentioned as causes. Moreover, it oc curs as a sequence to distension of the bladder, and as a result, obstruction to any portion of the last two bowels. Sypmtoms.-The abdomen is swollen through inflation of the bowels with gas, at first only slightly, but the size of the barrel rapidly increases, the belly ulti mately becoming tense and drum-like. At the outset the animal shows signs of dis comfort by pawingt with the forefeet. He looks around occasionally at the flank, breathes a little more hurriedly than he would do under ordinary circumstances, and rasse: frccs often and in small quantities. As the collection of the gas Incr...

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HORNETS OF EVERYDAY LIFE. A SERMON BY THE REV. DR. TALMAGE. "The Lory thy God will send the hornet." (Duet. vii, 20.) [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

HORNETS OF EVERYDAY LIFE. A SERMON BY THE REV. DR. TALMAGE. "The Lory thy God will send the hornet." (Duet. vil, 2d.) It seems as if the insect world were de termined to extirpate the human race. It ibombards the grain-fields and the or chards and the vineyards. The Colorado beetle, the Nebraska grasshopper, the New Jersey locust, the universal potato bug, seem to carry on :he work which was begun when the insects buzzed out of Noah's ark. In my text, the hornet tiles out on its mission. It is a species of wasp, swift in its motion and violent toin its sting. Its touch is torture to man or beeast. Ve have seen the cattle run bellowing under the cut of its lanoet. In boyhood we used to stand cautiously looking at the globu lar nest hung from the tree-branch, and while we were looking at the wonderful covering, we were struck. with something that sent us shrieking away. THE HORNET GOES IN SWARMS. It has captains over hundreds, ana twenty of them alighting on one nrun would produce dea...

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DANIEL MOSS'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

DANIEL MOSS'S WIFE. Mrs Daniel Moss's cottage stood at the top of a hill. Though the ascent to it was somewhat stony, when once reached it left nothing to be desired us regards position. The winds of heaven did not blow too roughly over it, for their force was broken by the pine woods which formed its background. To it was wafted their wholesome resinous smell, and from their deep shade there came at night the song of the nightin gale. There was :t certain picturesIlqueness, too, in the aspect of the little dwelling. The red tiles of its roof had been mel low1ed and enriched in Tone by time, and near the unprelentious door grew a cherry tree. In tlthe spring its branches spread themselves across it and the rich hued tiles showed at intervals between the white bouquet of its blossolms. Later in the year it was brilliant in the clim son and brown and yellow of its utumnll garb. lut iIrls Moss. hl:oughl front lorc-t of habit she loved her otl age, did not re ga:rd it front thi: artists...

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HER SMALL AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

HER SMALL AMBITION. The little sewing room of the big St. Catherine convent was startling in its white primtest s and slaslll t furnlishing. At least it thus impressed hester tliar nard. nid did so tf'reslh ea:th of the few linties she was admitted to this iittAer sanetumt. All at once-, by contrast., tihe aggr~essive stuplr'lullity of othcer Interior furnishings burst muponl her wit Ii sudden (listincrttuess. Yet. there was . nothing herte uipon which the eyet could fasten pleasurably-a lumbering old sewing machine stood by the dee(p arched win dow\, and :a line of lon0g lblack shalpeless gr:lurnu'ts-eirtuetllars, inl t ll parlalnce of oltt-rlin fatio-lle--'Xtnded atround tlhret sidles of tlhe white roomll: added to this 1 clhalir or two, and the contents stood rewvalehd. Sister Euphemia, al ways pedalling laboriously at the noisy ldt machine oil :a faesimile of the vwall dee'or':tions. gave needed life to the situn?tion. The doorlell ra:ng, and. as portress, the busy nun arose for...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

USEFUL HINTS. Rice absorbs three times its bulk in water, and more of milk or stock. A teaspoonful of salt seasons one quart of soup, sauce, vegetables, meat, etc. One cup of sugar sweetens one quart of anything to be served icy cold or frozen. Acids should never touch marble, If It is desired to retain the polish. A piece of lemon left on the marble will leave a stain, and the polish can only be restored by a great amount of friction. When served, a turkey is right if it is of a dark rich brown all over, without a suggestion of scorch, juicy in appear ance, and, though whole, ready to fall apart at a light touch of the carver. Air beds and bedding as often as pos sible. A dark, out-of-the-way, unwhole some corner is no more fitted for a sleep ing room than a parlor. A feather bed which has done service for a generation or two is hardly a desirable thing upon which to sleep. Four eggs to one quart of milk are used for an ordinary custard. Six or seven eggs are required for one quart...

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SQUIRE JOHN; OR FOR THE LOVE OF A BONNIE SCOTCH LASSIE. CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

SQUIRE JOHN ; OR' FOR THE LOVE OF A BONNIE SCOTCH LASSIE. By ST. GEORGE RATEIBORNE. 1[uthor of "Under Egyptian Skies," "-Miss Pauline of New York," Etc. CHAPTER X.-(Continued.) Jack has no desire to linger now. some other day he may come back to see the charms of Florida, for the glimpses he has had of the orange and pine-apple region have aroused a desire to see more: but Just at present his one aim is to be in Havana when the steamer arrives, so that he may not lose sight of the girl who daily growvs more precious in his regard, since the more dlfficult the game the higher we appre Clate the victory. ,They board the Mascot, and under a darkening sky leave Tampa ,behind. Poor Ah Sin! He is followed by a mealignant fate, it appears, for hardly shave they passed out of TamLpa Lay than the winds begin to whistle and the waters of the great Mexican gulf to heave, which combination puts a quietus on all proesects of the Celestial enjoy ing the voyage. Though the passage to Key West is a...

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JACK'S PLOUGHING. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

JACK'S PLOUGHING. Out in the field in the snah:iny vtther: Jack and the ".r:n boy are pioughing tr-e-:: r. The dandelion, in blunt byI th. watil Twinkle gaily at Jark,. ani th, robinU cai! From th. ap:p--re b.:-ui, 'Ho.I ? L! .ok RWhile thi chit:,nounl-s cr? tt,'ring. "t(o'. Jaok. n:" dea--" Iut Jarc- keeps or with hi." plo-gh!:+. The p!ough Is high. s:i1 cte dimntii lue:.' M1ust rcach for :h:", h.,ndlh. , 'twi _, i welch hb Tho :-uth ?it ! lit:s o hr- l-os- brown rings '"Neuth thi :-ai.or Ihat with its ilyinr strin.s. And khi -,- thl? lips preae'.-d ti! etly t?, t?r. \Vh n out" it: the tibl, in the sunshiny weather l.la.c la:-ds . handt with the po!ughCn. iUp an! do'.:n Ili- !on. turron, brotn lH, t n.t:fuly :'l dgs. " . tit:y frov.n On thb ?. t::,!,, brtid brow. 'o . ,,rn.?t is h,. "\e ha- a h lots of woek t> do. Ji. a.,: a't If I didr.'t help y'ot. n'ow wh;it wou!!d y ou do ?E.y's Jim. "Sh.:I.'r Ja:ivk. if it we rn't for yon I'd nrr r.- ,!,, with the plouceh:g." The sun - rot,...

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BELIEVERS IN WITCHCRAFT. SURVIVE IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

BEL!EVERS IN WITCHCRAFT. SURVIVE IN ENGLAND. Somersetshire is prolably.-he mnst su perstitious county in England. A case just heard by the T~ells magistrates af fords an amazing insight into the kingly power wielded by the ov'ito? doctor, male or female, in the WT st Country villages. A MIr flackburn, of MIcrtina?e, seems to have launched a crusade against this survival of the dark ages. During a 'so journ in VWells he visited the witch doc tor, Chambers, alias Elliott, the result of which wazs a prosecution ending in a committal for two months for imposing on MIr Blackburn by: "subtle craft." The police discovered that hundreds of people from all parts of the country wrote to or visited Chambers for the purpose of having "devils ca-st out" of either their sick children or their cattle. The witch's fee was 10s id. and it was shown that the simple country people paid almost worship to their witch, always address Ing him as '"lr," and implicitly following his quaint directions. Among ...

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Crispi Bears No Malice. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

Crispl Bears No IMalice. Long and intimately as Ihave known him, in and out of office, I have never heard him speak one spiteful or mali cious word of any man, and no matter what may have been his personal rela tions with men, if their views on pub lie matters agree, co-operation is cer tain. The rancor and personality which form oc discouraging an element in Ital inn politics have no place in Crispi' nature.-W. J. Stillman in Century.

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RED WATER IN COWS. AN EFFECTIVE REMEDY. SOME LOCAL RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

RED WATER IN COWS. AN EFFECTIVE REMEDY. SOME LOCAL RESULTS. Red water is a complaint that is prevalent amongst dairy herds in this, as well as in many other parts of the colony, and as a rule, considerable diffi culty is experienced in finding an effective remedy. A few days ago, however, Mr. T. Stockdale, a well known dairy farmer at Lardner, informed a representative of the " Gazette" that he possessed a per scription which had been instrumental in effecting many cures, and Which would doubtless be welcomed by some of your local dairymen. He added that M3r. J. W. Hardie, of Springwood Park, Drouin, had just succeeded in curing some of his cows with the remedy. The presciption is contained in a work in the possession of Mr. Stockdale-who is a typical Yorkshire man--and which is entitled, " Knowl son's Yorkshire cattle doctor and farrier." IMr. Stockdale has kindly allowed us the use of the book, from which we reproduce the following references to red water : This disorder is most c...

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BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. A meeting of the Buln Buln Shire Council was held on Tuesday last, when there were present—Councillors Winter (president), Ward, RIiddell, Hogan, Not man, Kennely, Hardie, Webb, and Currie. CORRESPONDENCE. Front A. E. Edncey, Tarago, asking that some rut-filling be done on road from Edney's store to junction of road at Mason's.—To be attended to. From C. Powell, W. Stephens, Stephens and Son, agreeing to pay half the cost of the proposed drain at Neerim South. Mrs. Turner was willing to pay £1 towards cost of culvert and drain.—Re- ceived. Fromn Thomas Edney, Neerim North, complaining that he had no road front his place. He offered to cut the logs and make road on a survey made by Mr. Black, for the sums of 30s.—Received. From Henry Petchack, re the dan- gerous state of the road adjoining his property, and offering to effect certain repairs for 10s.—To be attended to. Fro secretary Poowong and Jeetho Shire, asking for information as to steps taken by the cou...

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DISTRICT NEWS. BULN BULN EAST. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 1 November 1898

DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS).   BULN BULN EAST. Orchard-planting is receiving a good deal of attention in this district, the high prices ruling for all kinds of fruit last winter having induced settlers to plant out additional areas. The recent dry season was extremely favorable for vine growing here. Last week I had the pleasure of tasting some really good wine at Mr. John Sheffield's, Shady Creek, who has four acres under vines, which are looking extremely well. The vines are only a few years old, but a good demand already exists for Mr. Sheffield's vintages, as the wines are absolutely free from spirit, and a really wholesome beverage can be obtained at a moderate cost. Your readers, however, will have to wait until next year before replenishing their cellars from this direction. The Sheffields also go in for dairying on a large scale, and a new De Laval separator, up to 90 gallons, with one-horse-power engine, has recently been put into posi tion. I rece...

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