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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 12 June 1894
LOCAL NEWS. In view of the lict that a nomber of local residents have left for Coolgardie and that correspondence between them and the fireods they have left belhind, will be opened tip itt a systematic way, the following informattiott concerningo the postal arrang.Rents 0on the gold fields of Western Australia will dolubtless lbe of interest :--1A anil leaves Southern Cross every Thnreday at 6 a.m., arrives at Coolgardte ot Satutrday at 4 p.ut., leaves tlhere oil Sundiay ut i a.mi., arrives at Hannain's at a p.mt., the satie day. It leaves Ianntatt's againt on Mondiay at 6 a.m., arrives at Coolgardie at noon the autle day, leavitng iniuediatoly, and arriving a' Southern Cross ott W1'ednesday a; "1 pInl. The cycling express leaves Southlern Cross on Tuesdays TIhurs. tdays. andu Stundays ait t atit, Tlhis is a privatertm pnany and charges at. the rate of 5s. per itessage. We hear that Mr. A. ). eatnd has taken over Mr. Gadd's store at Bloomut field. The largest dairy tfarm at Shady C...
LIVE STOCK THE MERINO FAMILY. Strains of Merino Blood From Saxony, Spain and Vermont. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
ýi., S C THE MERINO FAMILY. Strains or Merino Blood From Saxony, Spain and Vermont. From the United States agricultural department's report on the sheep indus try we copy picturesque illustrations of Merino sheep in three countries. It shows the differentiation which time, climate, country and treatment willpro duce. All the Merino family are de scended from the Spanish fine wooled sheep. For many years the breeds were guarded with jealous care, but the Span ish wool sheepfinally mado its way first to Sweden, then to Saxony and else SAXONY ME11L'O RAM. where. The lerino blood was crossed on the common sheep in Saxony end pro duced for looks the animal in our first illustration. The Saxony Merino wool at once at tained a celebrity that it has not yet quite lost, even after years of degeneracy on the part of the sheep themselves. The agricultural report says of the wool: There was a beauty about the wool of the Saxon which It was hard to resist. It flashed with each a gemlike luster, ...
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
MAILS CLOSE AT WARlISAGUL FOR Melbourne, twice daily, at 10.15 a.m. and 7 p.m.; travelling post, 11.10 n.m. and 7.50 p.m. Sale and 13airnsdale, twice daily;, 10.15 a.m. and 7 p.m.; travellin piost, 10 55 a.m. and 7.50 p.m. Neerim, Neerim Sooth. and IRokeby, daily, 12 noon. Lardner-JMondays, Wedmadi sa ndil Fri days, 11.15 n.m.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
TELEGRAMS. Victoria.-To or from any station, six words or tinder, Gd.; each additional word Id. Namue and address of sender and receiver is not charged. N.S.Wales.-Ten words, is. ; additional word, 2d. S. Australia and Tasmania,-Tei words 2s.; additional word td. Queensland sanid Western Australia. Ten words, 3s,; each additional'word. Sd. New Zealand.-Ten words, 3s Gd.; each additional word, 6d. The address and signature at messages to New Zealand are charged for. United Kingdom, -Is 10d. per word.
WEST GIPPSLAND ELECTORATE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
WEST CIPPSLAND ELECTORATE. TO THE EDITOR. St,-I have read Mr. David Connor's letter in re the West Gippeland Election. I may say that, as Mr. Whitley was for a long, time aware of my intended candida. titre for the seat, no one could hlave bcon more surprised than I when it was first announced that, on the invitation of Mr. Coninor and othergentlemen, hlie had con sented to stand, andI thooght at the time that there must be some umistake. Since tlhen I have not been asked in any way to retire in his favor; but, as I observe in MIr. Connor's last letter that Mr. Whitley has been seen since that annonncement and is willing to re-consider his with drawal, I desire to say, perfectly unasked, that if Ite will come forward I will cheeor fully stand aside for him. I am aware, though lpot directly asked to do so, that there is a feeling amongst many gentle. men whose good opinion I respect-fellow councillors and others-that something of the kind should be done, so as to secure the services ...
ALL SORTS. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
ALL SORTS. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. -o Two tons of picked stone at Corryong yielded 64loz. Where's Coolgardic now ? .Woman's suffrage questiion coming rapidly to the fore. They will get the franchise,yet! - Tarilff Inquiry. Board favor reduction of railway freights. Hopes for the former yet! Agitation started for construction of light line up the Tarwin River 'alley, fromu the Greiat Soutlhern Line to connect with Mirboo. Minister of Mines says ceno cause of want of suiccess in the railways was the unwise rasing of freights a year or* two ago whichl was a suicidal step. Late 'akelnhamn Stationiiaster--Mr. .T. lRyan- has been preseoted with a gold keyless watchl by local people. Silk Cocoois sent to Engiland froii Victoria and made into lovley silk dresses. - Minister of Mines iand party arrived at Warragul last night, siand put up at Builton's Iloyal Hotel, -ing" to Crossover to-day and thiei on to Neeriui Sooth. Narracais Shire Couieil to-day. Local farmers coniienting fatvorably oni o...
FOOTBALL. LOCAL CHALLENGE CUP. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
FOOTBALL LOCAL CHALLENGE CuTP; RULES. 1. The Cer shall be called, the "Ross" Challenge Cup. 2. That it shall, be open to all clubs between Berwick anied Traralgon, both clubs inclusive, who shall enter on or before the 26th May. 3. All players must be bona tide members of the club they play for A boni tide player shall be one who is cither a resident of the prescribed district or who shall satisfy the delegates of his bont tides. 4. No playe rshall play for more than one club for the Cup. 5 The Cup to be played on the pointsystem -4 points fora win and two points for a draw. 6. Each club shall play two matches with each other-one on each ground. In the event of a tie for the Cup, the final match to be played on the Warragul ground. 7. All protests nust be madeon thegroond and forwarded in writing to the secretary of delegates, and to be reeeived by him on or before the Wednesday following the match. 8. All protests must be accompanied by the sum of 5/-, which, in the event of the pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
FOR ' LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY, SOUR STOMACH INDIGESTION, LHEADACHE, LACRACHE, Ac., Take a couple of ýFletcher's Pills every sEccon, nilight they are a prompt anid sure cure and gives certain relief. FLETCHER'S PLLS are a quick sure inid reliable remedy for all com plaints arising from torpid liver, indigestion, iweak stomach, and iiimpurities of- the blood. They are prepared on rational and seinsible hnes and do not contain a particle of calomel, gamboge, or any drastic purgative, but operate by perfectly natural imeans, by stimulating the liver and incroasing the flow of bile and thus producing easy evacuations and inatural catharses witlipgt the annioyance and pain of griping and purging. Beware of the many harmful substitutes on sale in miany shl ops. None are genuine unless they bear the signature of F. Moore Clements on the outside wrapper. CL E E NT S TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have become such honselhold words that imituation is the sincerest proof of their virtues, so see that ...
PROSPECTING IN GIPPSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
PROSPECTING IN GIPPSLAND. It was represented to the Minister of Mines on Tueslday, byI r. A. Harris that the work of prospecting the auriferous ground in the law fsaw and Tangildistricts was rendered impossible in sonme places owing to the impene tratable bush :which covers the tracks cut many- years ago, and lie urged that the department should clear the one from Icy Creek to what is known as Whitelaw's Track, about 20 miles in length, and another about 10 miles long from Tangil to the Daw aw I Track. Mair. M'Cohll promised to maike inquiries into the matter with a view of seeing whether the work should be carried out by the departmient,
A.N.A. SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
= MOKiE IGHT.-: Tl e uisual fortnightly meieting of the Warrangul branch of the isbove order, was held in the Athenniu.hall, un i-Tuesday evening, the President, Mr. B. Hillard, in the chair. There was an unisnaully large utiendance of miembers, owing to the nonination of oflicers for the next' six months' being a part of the business of the ineeting, to be followed bytlhe monthly smoke night. Messrs. T. Carringtoen and J. lintel were elected benefit, and J. Wil kinson and W. Willis honorary members. Mr. H. J. D)ay was Iprolposed as a benefit member. Before the nomiiniation ofollicers was proceeded with, Mr. Hillard remarked that he was glad to see such a large at tendance. The branch had miade very satisfactory progress during the past six months, and lie hoped that the incoinng otficers would take a lively interest in its affairs. He would take this opliortunity of stating that hlie could.not consedti to be again nominated for the ofiliceof Presi dent, althoiugh lie had been asked...
M'DONALDS TRACK. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
M'DONALDS TRACK, (Fsor OUR CROIRESPOiDL )'T. --0-- The climate seems to have spent their fury, apparently quite satisfied that they have made things sloppy and uncomforlable as possible,. the last few days being calm and "fine. The grass is now becothing scarce, eid theii roads are cut up,deegr.'.than I remember seeig them since the loian money made them worthy of. the name. The Devil's Gulch hais bee 'cex: amiiied by the ]ngineer, and is now undergoing some temporary repairs. Cr. Harvey has also taken a birds'.eye view of this noted spot. lA would like to know whati hethioks of the pros. pects of this handful of influential MI'Donalds-track peiple, or does lie agree with what is generilly believed here to be Cr. Parkes' opinion-that they should ;not dictate or pretend.to the possession of rights.. This brings to mny miid'once more the dairy fees which the Sea View people fondly hoped they were done with,. thinkiig the nominal shilling aould: iot be collected, but they ivere apprise...
WARRAGUL COUNTY COURT. LIST OF CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
WARRAGUL COUNTY COURT. LIST OF CASES. Below are thle list of cases to be Ihard before the Warragul Country Court on Wednesday Inext. Juas. Conncr v. Comunercial hank, £17 10s id; claim for daniages. Ilolhnes v. Bradley. .l1 19is; breach of contract. Serthl Land Coy. v. Bourke, £2 10ls arrears of instalments. John Carson v. John Calvert, £0; claim for tlhree steelrs. Pettit v. Whitney. £31 5s; debt. EaLstnood Bt. UnI Bulm Shire, £34 7s iid; debt. ittnrtich V. Cutowleshan, £100 i11s; breach of lIcae. Betic t v. onitavcan, £500; dsnages for .eduction. Joekelsn v. xWiiders, £19 1s; work aiind labor done. Long v. Union Trustee Co., '21; trespass. Crell v. Wilson, £300 , alleged libel. INSULVENCY COURT. J. C. Andrews, ufFu-ter.
THE FAIRBANKS' STEAM SPECIALTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
THE FAIBBANR S' STEAL SPECIALTIES, We would call the attention of CountrySteam Eactors, &e., to these Valves, for which the fol lowing advantages are claimed-Superiority of Construction, Workmanship and Finish, Dura bility and Simplicity of Bepairs. It is a poaitive fact that theae Valves can be repaired (when necessary) without moving from their position. The Discs, or Beat Bings, which are made of vulaboeston, are the only wearing parts in the Valves, and can be repltced at a mere nominal cost, and no waste of time or fitter's wages. These Valves are now specified by most of the City Tram and Electric Light Stations, Factories, tc., who, having tried them once, will use no tr, Lists and prices post free on application to John Danks and Bon, Ltd, 401 Borketstrieet, Mtelbourns. Aentsa. One of the many portraits of Dickens was painted by Mr. Frith. Of one begun, hut not finaished, by an eminent Academician, a curious story is told. Mr. Frith asked Dickens the cause of this de...
FROZEN SHEEP. SOME SUCCESSFUL SHIPMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
.FROZEN SHEEP. SOME SUCCESSFUL SlI1lPMLT --0- Messrs John lotsol and Co. lar received account sales of the 5ljiigtiot made by the taori King, whitch ;Lx the following retourts to thte WoIer on the Station after il'I' l expenses, includinig railsg, to5 port. The returns include pelts a"t fat,; viz, : 101 crossbred wethers, accttt f lt r. Winter Cooke, 3lurndal, I;r;lilul lteic raging 701b. in weight, l s. 10!1. r herl clear. . (006 rrossbred wotlhers. alccountllll Black Bros., Noorat, \'Vietoril, avertit l01b in weight, 10s. Sdi. Mr 278 crossbred wethers, acclun William Telfortl, IBrnewnttg East lier14 ing 651b in weight, 10s. lad. 421 crossbredi wetlhers, accolst"l )irer M1'Farland Gros., lBiarooga, NO. "\ raging 561b. in weighlt, lOs. Crossbrcd wetllhers front Mr. C. \."! Sanford.Corows, N.S..X., rng in weight, Ss. V d. 21.1 Inerino wethters. account 'fr. llp'll lHay, Collertdin, , Corowa,NO.S 1.,u ere; ing ul1b. in weight, 6s. 11d. Mr). 517 tmerno werhero, leculbr Wiiat111b. Wslbo...
TRANSPOSITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
TRANSPOSITIONS. Some amausing examples of unintentional transpositions are given in a recently published collection of " Bulls and Blun ders." Slips of the kind usually result from nervousness rather than from ignor ance, hut it is a question which was responsible in the case of the pompons colored preacher who told his flock that it was " easier for a camel to go through the knee of an-idol than for a ricfah man to enter heaven." Not so in the case of the courtly and cultivated George William Curtis, who, it is said, was so overcome with stage fright when he commenced his first lecture that instead of the reference to the bottomless pit which he intended to make, he astonished his hearers by beginning tremulously, "Ladies and gentleman, the pitomless bott-l" The erownisg specimen of ludicrous helplessness in the faee of elusive syllables is that of the unfortunate speaker who, at a pathetio point of his address, when his hero was about to undergo a heartrending parting from home an...
SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
SALE. Messrs. Mtathieson and Davis report: ,' Saturday, June 9.=-Fat cattle-Short supply, and tmarket dull. Cows, .2 15s. to rj Os. Store Cattle.-Meditnu supply. Market hnd slightly better tone. We sold half fist cows, to .!2 7s. Gd.; store, 22s. to Uos.; springing cows, .a 10s. to £4; 18 otooths to 2 year old steers, 25s; 2 year old steers, X1 7s.; yearlings to 18 months old steers and heifers, s. to 10s.; broken-in cows in calf, at .12 s. Od.; cows with calves at loot, U2s.; store bullocliks, £3; A s ear old lhetfers in call, !2 to .12 7s. Sheep. Mlediut su~pply. We sold a line or2 tand 4 tooth crossbred wethers, at 7s. Od. 1'igs.-Avera;go supply, and market rather better. liacons, -to 30s.; porkers, to 18s. 0.1. slips antd stores, to 11s.; weaners, 3s. Od. Os. OGd' Horses.-Liglht supply, and no itprovement. Privately we sold 0 springinlg dairy cows, 75 tat bullocks, atnd 80 steers." _" i,.. ~.....
REMOVING METAL FROM THE EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 15 June 1894
REMLJVING METAL FROM T1 EYE. The use of the eleetro-magnet for the re morval of particles cf iron or steel from the eye is baseming general, and an oval elec trode has been devised by Dr. Knapp for this purpose. The use of a magnet imme diately after an injury, where a chip of iron or steel has penetrated the interior of the eye, always gives far more favorable re sults as to vision than when used later. Many cases are on record where large par ticles have been removed from the interior of the eye by the magnet, with a hardly appreciable impairment of the vision. Dr. Knapp recommends that in large injuries of the eye, where the presence of a piece of iron or steel within the eye is suspected, the physician should not hesitate to insert a magnet, as inlammation and loss of the eye will ensue if the foregin substance be allowed to remain. If, however the injury shows but a very small opening through the eyeball, theintrading anbatance should first be located with the ophthalmoscope, t...