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TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

TELEGRlAMS Victoria.-To or from any station, six words or under, Gd.; each additioiial word id. Namoe and 'addre'ss 'of. sender'and receiver is not charged. N.S.Wales.--Ten words, is. ;additional word, 2d. S. Australia and Tasmania, -Ten words 2s.; additional word 2d. Queensland and Western .Australia. Teri words, se,; each additiohal vord 8d.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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A QUEER DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

A QUEER DUEL. A queer duel, as regards its " free and easy character, was that between Jeffrey and Moore. The little poet had called out the little critic for describing his works as im moral. Perhaps he repented of it after wards, for his behavior "on the ground" was extremely conciliatory. While the seconds had retired to load the pistols, the two prin. cipals entered into eonversation. " What a beautiful morning it is !" ob. served Jeffrey. "Yes," replied Moore, '" a morning made for better purposes." And then, we are told, they both sighed. As the seconds, who knew as little of the business in hand as they did, werea long time in loading, the combatants, who were walking up and downtogether, came insight of them, which caused Moore to tell an amnaing story apropos to the subjeot : "Billy Egan, the Irish barrister, had sauntered on a sroccasion too near the seconds, and his a.vereary called out to him, with irritation, to keep his ground. 'Don't make yourself nnaisy, my dear fell...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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The Land o' the Leal an'True [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

The Land o' the Leal an' True When far awa' free hip an' haw, Frse oak, and birch, and yew,.. WTe'll min" o' the time in auld lang esyne, In the land o' the leal an' true. When our hearts grow eair we'll turnoncemair, To the land o' the-todl an' true, To the lando' the leal, where hearts can feel, • To the land o' the leal an' true. When our heads grow grey wi' each pass ing Mlay, And freenes ae far an' few,' We'll min' o' the days on heathery bmes) In the land o' the leal and true. Cnons- When our hearts grow air,- we'll turn once . mair, etc.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Adventures of a Naval Monkey. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

Adventures of a Naval Monkey. One of the great British war ships in the Crimean War, between England and France, was the "Bellerophon." On board of this ship there lived an ape named Sambo, who made a great deal of fun for both ohicers and men. He also got into numberless scrapes, and "smelt powder" oftener than monkeys like to do. Sambo was so fond of mischief that he was chained to a kennel, but this was not a heavy structure, and, seizing the chain in one hand, so as to take the strain off his belt, he would drag it about the main deck, going pretty much where he pleased, after all. A favorite spot with him, on account of its warmth, was the ship's kitchen. One day, finding the galley quite clear, he tried his hand at cooking, and in about half a minute nearly succeeded in producing a dish of boiled monkey, by spilling a kettle of hot water over himself. It was a long time before he recovered, and ever afterwards, whenever he got in the cooks' way, they had only to show him a ket...

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A Pet Monkey. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

A Pet Monkey. Joey came last year from the great forests near Panama, and when I first saw him after his seavoyage, I thought him more like a little black imp than anything else. He was very small and hideous, jet black, with a white beard and enormous eyes. Hav inglivedin arough baa or cage on board, he had rubbed all the hair ofi his body and tail, and was very thin and dirty besides. On his arrival, he was made to undergo a whole course of warm baths, which he bated, but they im proved him immensely, and in a few weeks he became completely clothed in a coat of long, glossy, black hair, and as handsome as he was capable of looking, which, however, is not say min much. Joey never was shy: his intelligence and cleverness were extraordinary; but it was ir possible to make a pot of him, on account of his incurably dirty habits and his unceasing mis chief. He was never still for a second, and always doing something wrong, and yet he was so inexpressibly ridiculous that no one had the h...

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A Youth's Suicide. SINGULAR CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

A Youth's Suicide. SINGULAR CASE. It is early to begin to grow weary of life at seventeen, especially when one has his health and strength and a batter prospect than one's fellows of getting on in the world. Walter Condy Parsons, a Birmingham lad, who blew outhis brains last month with a re volver, was in this position. He wasin good employmentat the Small Arms Factory, and was entitled on coming of age to a aunt of L200-a sum more than has sufficed to many men to lay the founda tion of worldly prosperity; and Parsons is described as a studious, steady, and indus trious youth. But his mother committed suicide last January, leaving him an orphan, and he had brooded over this sorrow and come, as he said, to the conclusion that life is not worth living. A habit of speculating in a despairing way on man's destiny seems to have com pleted the wreck of his mind. In a letter addressed to a relative he said: " Let me tell you, and everybody who asks, that I do not consider suicide a sin whe...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARIIIAGUL. -- LICENSES. J. Cowan G. Henley M. A. Calvert J. G. Herebey v .. J. Iucklcheson W. Hewitt A. Hutcheson C. Holder M. A. lMapleson J. Holder WV. Rose T. H. Johnson E. S. Spencer 11. Johnson J. S. Spencer J. Keoghl A. Wright W. Kelly S. Chandler E. G. Kirkland A. C, Don J. Kelly II. Fish WV. L. Kneale T. Gapes F. S. Laver Thorpdale South J. Larkin Creamery F. R. Lempriere E. Weeks P. F. S. Musgrave M. Mulcare )D. Mrdie G. Napier 1. Moore It. W, B]3olten "W. G. M'Gown W. IT. Gardinr C.J. M'Murdie W\. bcilhy II. Neill A. C. Groom F. Newbnry F. A. Foxall C. M'Kenzie W. G. Tong F. Nicol S. Laver A. J Nicholson S. Adkins W. O'Neill C. Adkins M. O'Neill J. Ashby l. O'Neill P. Bakher J. H. Potter A. Butterworth H. Price G. Boarke T. Pilkington C. L. Lower T. C. Parker J. T. Bransgrove J. E. Rolls D. H. ]oyd W. ilitchie J. A. Boyd W. Rowley .. Cohen J. Sloan T. Carter M. Stark T. HM. Clark T. J. Sheridan G. Charlton T. Smith G. Cathcart F.HLB.. Shackleford A...

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CHAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

CHAFF. Latest quotations are-Prime, up to £3 5s; good and medium, up to £3 2/6 ; straw chaff to £2 7/6.

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Ladies' Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

Ladies' Gossip, It has often been erroneously stated that Worth presumed to dictate to the Empress Eugenie on the subject of her gowns, but there is not a vestige of truth in the assertion. Her i ajestypossessed a marked preference for cer tain delicate shades for evening wear, and in variably selected white, pearl-grey, mauve, or a faint tone of maize. In order to obtain variety Worth frequently proposed and carried out masterpieces in other colors, particularly red, the tint known as feuille morte, and every shade of green. Once or twice the Empress, to please him, consented to don these, but Ehe in. variably returned to her own choice. Towards Madame de Msontijo, the Empress' mother, he was a relentless autocrat, and many were the polite battles between them on the subject of her gowns. It is a well-known fact that he at last went so far as to declare he would never again make another for her, be. cause she insisted on having her toilettes for receptions and balls made with low b...

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Porous Glass. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

Porous Glass. The Parisian invention of porous glass for windows deserves some serious attention. It is claimed that the minute pores of the material admit air freely, while its other qualities are such that it does not obstruct lilht, and it can be fitted to any ordinary window-sash. Of course, it may be argued that there are plenty of srethods of ventilation already available, but against this may be urged the almost inseparable accompaniment of draughts. The porous glass, sO the glowing praises bestowed upon it be justified, allows the ready inlet of air without the slightest dranubt. Under these circumstances it seems probable that many persons who have a rooted anti1,athy to ordinary methods might be induced to have their dwelling-rooms properly ventilated by porous glass. By the way, this new invention reminds one of the interesting observations made some time since-was it not by Petten hofer7--on the "porosity of bricks, and the amount of air that could permeate a brick wall ...

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Know Your Own Mind. HENRY IRVING'S ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

Know Your Own Mind HENRY IRVING'S ADVEN~·E The following humorous incident e t byMr Henry Irving last monthin the ndo of his reply to the toast of his heltih: I may mention an incidentwhi bt how excellent a thing it is to hare s?: acquaintance with a presiding vaglltnt had driven one night from the A: some rooms which I ocopied in Old street, and after bidding the ci. a respectful farewell. I was pre to seek repose, when there .,. knock at the door. Upon ope cabby presented himself to me t w information that I had given him oa* crown. (Loud laughter.) Restrainie l very naturalimpulse of offended tirtc8 him "to be"-(ob, oh!)--"to leo' (much laughter)-assumin t tt matic tone I possibly could for th'o sion. 1 shut the door, but in minutes there was another - and with the cabman appeared ap who said, with the very great fctid his erxalted office, " You are chs passing a bad halt-a-crown ; a'nd yu come up with me to the police i explained that I was a respOct'e known citizen, pursuing a ...

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GENERAL BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

GENERAL BRIEFS. Women of to-dany' are, on an average, .two inches taller than they were twenty fie years ago. Experience in electrical: welding shows that the metal is strengthened at the point of welding. The Archbishop of Canterbury de nounces secular education, and points to the prevalence of juvenile criane as a proof that religious training is necessary to the young. A fire which broke out at Balmoral a 14th :ompletely destroyed Mar Lodge, the residence of the Princess Louise, of Wales and her husband, the Duke of Fife. All the occupants were saved. The Duchess of Edinburgh is one of hse most widely-read women among all the regal circles of Europe. She is also a gifted musician and a thoughtful student of the history and politics of the ,ay. A Chinese gunboat is alleged to have been concerned in a conspiracy on the part of mandarins directed against foreigners in all parts of China. The matter is being investigated by the Chinese Government. The mate of the Craithie alone held ...

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THE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

THE MARKETS. FPRh AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT The following are the latest` quotations:- Cheese sold at4dto 4id.; medium S3d to 4d primno matured, 41d to -id. ' Potted Butter. - P.ime fresh at 10d to lld.. Fresh Butter.- prime dairies from Is to is lid, a few special lines higher; medium to good, from lld to is, inferior lower. - Eggs-selling to Is 2d. Bacon. - Town sides, ad d to id per Ib; country 5d to 5id per lb. Hams,-Town 0d to'7d per lb ; country from 4d to Gd per lb. ,Beeswax, 11d. Lard.--Bladders, 3d to 4d. Honey.-Fine clear garden sold at 2Sd; market good.' Carcase Pork, 21d to 2ld. per lb; medium 2d. Poultry,--Tur keys, to 8s Gd per pair; geese, 3s to 4s 3d per pair; fowls s 3d to 3s 4d pair; abcord ing to quality; ducks, 2s 3d to 3s per pair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

Auotioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - S TOCK ENTERED FOi THE BULN BULN AND WARRAGUL MARKETS -FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations Undertaken- -Loans Arranged. LocAL. REPRESNTATIVE OF MESSRS. WR . HAMILTON & CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 13r JULY, 1895. TTW M. HAMILTON & CO. will sell by VV public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owners Horses, Cattle, Sheep, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 2Siu JUNE, 1895. WTIT . HAMILTON & CO. willhold their WV next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the above date. when they will offer For Owners 3 Steers, 3yrs old 4 First-class Dairy Cows, springing 8 Porkers Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne LEONGATHA ...

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FOOTBALL. STORIE CUP COMPETITION. HALF-HOLIDAY v. BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

FOOTBALL. STORIE CUP COMPETITION. ------ HALF-HOLIDAY v. BUNYIP. (BY PUN'TER.) The above teams met together for the second time on Wednesday on the Warragul Show-grounds, in the second round for the ,, Storie" Coup com petition. There were a fair number of spectators present. Mr. Pearson, of Bunyip, acted as central umpire, Mr. G. W. Anderson kept the watch, and Messrs. F. Walker and Darrow held the flags at the goal posts. The ground was sloppy and slippery, and precluded all fancy play. ' From the outset it was plainly seen that the Half-holiday team were far the -strongest-the men being heavier, and, moreover, being used to the ground, this gave them a decided ad vantage. THE PLAY. At about 3.15 the game commenced, the Bunyip playing one man short. (the captain, Mr. W, Hobson.) who did not arrive till about 4 o'clock.) Shortly after the start Lillie from the right wing, westward, put up first behind for H.H. Sent on by Bermisson, the leather travelled to the left wing, where it h...

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Diamonds. CAN THEY BE MANUFACTURED? [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

Diamonds. CAN THEYBE MANUFACTURED? Professor F. W. Clarke, in an minterview relative to the probable manufacture in the near future of diamonds of marketable size, stated that he entertainedno doubt whatever onthe matter, and thsthefirmly believed that this will soon be done. Moiesan, in Paris, has manufactured diamonds by melting wrought iron together with carbon, and permitting the mixture to cool very slowly. Under theseconditions the carbon became crystal lised. Simultaneously Kroutchoff, in St. Petersburg, has got diamond crystals by a similar process, employing silver instead of iron. These artificial diamonds are scarcely big enough to be seen with the naked eye, but they represent the solution of the problem of crystallising carbon. So much being accomplished, it may be confi dently expected that crystals of greater size will soon be produced. It has been argued that in the laboratory the processes of nature can only be .mitated on a contemptible ecale, but crystale of carbo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

Business Notices. SCHWEITZER'S ANTI-DYSPEPTIC cocOA." HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. T. T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & Chaffl erchant (LAIE A. P. MYERI S & CO.) Napier-street, Warragul. Flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety. Horse Feed, Fowls' Feed, Grass Seed, Potatoes, &c. BONE DUST- -BONE DUST, - All at the Lowest Possible Prices. - 1VIRS. J. ROSS, - Queen Street, Warragul - TIAS a Large and Varied Collection of SSTATIONERY, CHILDEENS' TOYS, SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such as Book-, Slates, Bags, &c., IIAlERDASHERIY, Cottons, Wools and Crewel Silks. Tube Oil Paints, and the beautiful Enamel Paints. Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFECTIONERY. Agent for Singer's Sewing Machine and Requisites. Also Fruit and Vegetables in Season. CI1HRISTMAS -and NEW YEAR CARDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps for Sale.' - TEETHT. - TEETH From One Guinea a.Set TEETH1 _ TEETH TEETH MR. JOHN STEWART, TEETH Registered Surgeon Dentist TEETH or THE TEETH TEETH Parade, AS...

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WIT AND HUMOUR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

WIT AND HUMOUR Customer (to pretty witress) : Don't a good many fools annoy you with their attentions! Waiteas : Yes. What makes you all do it ? Young Wife : When my husband gets cross I always theaton to go houne to my mother. Old Wife: 3Mercy, child I how simple you are ! You should threaten to have your mother come to you. Dearie (to Jack): I am willing to be ma.ried, Jack, just as soon as you can make a good living for both of us. Jack: Then I am to consider our engagement broken ? Polite Passenger : Pardon me, sir. Can I sit down in thi sceat. Old Sourboy. Well, I presume you can if you try hard enough. I didn't have any trouble. The Wife (during a row): The villain in the play is always a man. The Husband: Yes, and it is always a woman who makes him Where To Tell It.-" I'll tell you a tale that is positively hair-raisinc in"- "For Jupiter's sake tell it to Gibson-he's bald headed." Merchant (to portrait painter): How much will you charge me to paint my por trait if I furnish s...

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THE ANGEL OF THE FOUR CORNERS. ("Chambers's Journal.") L—THE DANCE OF THE LITTLE WOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

IE AIGEL OF THE FOR CORHERS. (" Chambers's .Tournal.") L--True DAxCE OP TiE LITlrl Wo70. " What is the good ?"saidBbette. "There t no one to lay-no fiddle-no music. What b the good I I " Truly " replied Antoine. " Here it is -ew Year's Day-snow three feet deep-the house so hot you can't breatho-thirty pair of seet waititg-lots of Tonic-of cold pork plenty of cider behind the door-and no music ! snodroll-thqt! Pshaw! I'llstand on a tub nad whistle." Babette laughed. "See Alphonse. Watch bow he shakes his black head, and his eyes dmsce so! Ah, poor Alphonse! He would give his neck for Mari ; but she sits with a lalf-dozen galants beside her; she flash her brown eyes over at Alphonse, and they drive him mad. You think she are for him, with his purty eyes and black hair? No, no. You see! Yon hear her feet tap the floor! She long to dance like us all and Alphonse, he long for ler.," "So," rejoined Antoine, " do not under stand that Marie. Why is't all get on their lees to her, and she ca...

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"THE HUSBAND OF." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

"THE HUSBAND OF.".. Two iiore !illustrations of the con. tinuance, aye the resistless progress, of the "movement" may be given. The first is an obituary announcement, which appeared lately in the "Times.of India." It is as follows :~ :. ROBERS.--April 9th,. the husband of Mar . ar4 ?ahberta of" TheýWoo3lande hotel, The subtlety of ,this is its chiefest charm. Long,.under the regime .of the creature Man, has he alone possessed distinct social individuality.. If his matrimonial partuer died, the announcement of the fact described her. only as the "beloved wife of"! somebody. Why not, then, the " husband of," with or without the favorite conventional adjective, as might be deemed proper ? For now the pesitions are reversed, and Woman reigns. Besides, there actually Atn men known merely as the husbands of certain women -as nothing more !i Take the next illus tration.- It is, we fear, down into very vulgar life, and the locale-is a London police court:- A working ian, who aplpeared far f...

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