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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
Public Notices. M'Clure, Valantine, & Co., Wine & Fruit Salesmen, 53 & 55 QUEEN STREET & TAVISTOCK PLACE, MELBOURNE FRUIT SALES. Every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday throughout the Season. A LARGE STOCK OF FRUIT CASES, CRATES, & BERRY BASKETS On hand, andl Supplied at Lowest Rates. Andress Labels and Advice Notes sup plied on application. AccousT SALES PROMPTLY RENDERED. Public Notices. JOHN DODDS, Teacier' of IVIusic, ATH11ENEU M, - Queen Street, Warragul. - Visits Yarragon and Darnunm Every Saturday. GRA &FRIEND, SOLICITORS, WARRAGUL, H AVE Trust Moncys to Lend, at Low Rates, in Large or Small Snums. TERAR ALGON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY - WILL, HOLD ITS FOURTEENTH SPR.IN G S O W ON WEDNESDAY, 9TH -NOV., 1898. E NTIIES will be received for a Special Prize of .£1 is (not mentioned in the List) for tlhc Best Assortment of Jams, Jellies, and Sauces, Twelve varieties. Entries close on Wednesday, Novem her 2nd. Late Entries up to Saturd...
SALVATION ARMY. SELF-DENIAL WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
SALYATION ARMY. SELF-DENIAL WEEK. The annual self-denial week of the Salvation Army has just closedl. During the time of self-denial, every member of the army pledges himself or herself to abstain from anything in the nature of a luxury, or that is un necessary to the general health, and in addition, to canvass the cities, towns and villages for pecuniary aid to carry on the Army work. The local corps have evidently been doing their duty in this respect, for Capt. Lawlor informs us that they have raisedi over £25 in the Warragul and adjacent districts. The major portion of this sum has been donated in pennies, threepenny pieces and six pences, and Capt. Lawlor desires us to express his gratitude to the donors for this very substantial addition to the finances of the Army. A few weeks ago we dlrew attention to the condition of our local State schools and pspec ially the Trafalgar school, which was sub jected to severe criticism by our Trafalgar correspondent. We are pleased to note t...
A TRIP TO LOLLIELAND. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
A TRIP TO LOLLIELAND. Who will join our merry band. .\nd coruo for a trip to Lollieland? Which is the way? You do not know? Then conic with me, and away we'll go. First, then, a cab to "Sweetment" station,. There we will find for our edification A train all ready close at hand, Iteady to start for Lollieland Out from the station it puff's and steams Over the plains of "chocolate creams;" Then by a winding way and meadow it enters the fields of "candy" yellow,. Which brings it in time without a shock To the tunnel that pierces tihe "almond rock." While all the tunnel, from floor to root. Is lined with pieces of "liquorice juice.'" On through paddocks of flowers fair, Mtade of "hundreds and thousands" every whcre. Over a bridge of "peppermint drops," "Aniseed balls" and ':caramel" blocks, Spanning a river deep and wide, Made of "barley sugar" and nc'ght beside. Stopping a minute at "toffee" siding, On again it goes, gently gliding. Into the pink and white "Jujube" station, And here we...
WHAT IT FEELS LIKE TO BE SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
WHAT IT FEELS LIKE TO s:> SHOT A newspaper' corre.spond.-nt gives the following accouutt of whit It Itels like to be killed, or nely 5s ., by a: Mouser bullet: "Suddenly," he wrifes, "f flt a ,blow in flithe back. It was riot very hunti. or at l' painful; it was atit fsmireblrdy had givean nime a slight punc 1. I fell down. rod, to .my surprise, wans ina.ble to. ;et up. 1 iad slopped a Mauteer buillett. lThe Red Cross people came to mroe ldrst, and, bandaged me. After that the eurgUeo. exained l me and told nime that I lhat only a few inilnutes to live. amny wound was mortal. I believed him. I' fainted. :and then Shund myself lying dlnder time tses with Sorie other wounded`' men. At this stage I felt absoluthly no ain, und Ir.= In the lotz' graswithout any lnhpiea sat t sensatiuns.. The surgeon's sttte mert that my wound was morta! lfro duedd as little impression on me men tally as my wemfd had physically.. '"isl indiff rence, univlthily' and physitally, can rDaiy be attrfibuted ...
GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
GRAIN. Flour.-Leading brands are quoted at £8 10 to £8 15s. Bran and P'ollard.-Bran is quoted at up to 84d but some millers still quote 8jd. for trade lots. Pollard is in small supply,. at 8}d to 81d. Barley.-Thin to medium is worth from 3s to 4s 6d. Cape barley is inactive, at is Gd to 2s 3d for inferior to prime heavy samples. Oats.-A fair business has been done at is 8kd to is Od for fair to good feed, and is 1iOdto is 104d for fair milling. Prima milling are quoted at up to 2s. . Stout white oats are quoted at 2s S3d. Maize.-Prices advancing from 2s 7d to 2s 7-d for flat red. The 'market closes finn. I'eas.-Good samples are worth about 3s 4d to 3s Gd. Chaff.-Good oaten is quolel at £2 5s to £2 7s Gd, wheaten at £2 10s, and extra green at up to £2 12s 6d. Quota tions for straw chaff are irregular at 30s to 35s, according to quality. Hay and Straw.-Manger hay is quoted at £2 10s to £3 15s,. and chaffing hay at £2 to £2 7s 6d. Straw is quoted at 35s to 37s 6&. Potatoes.-Fai...
FRUIT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
FRUIT REPORT. The AustralianaVinc and Fruit Agency Co., i530 to 531 Collins-street, and 80 to 88 King-street report for last week:-Soft, fruits are now arriving frcely, .and are ir demand at full prices. Our sales are :- Clherrie : Early Purple Guigue, 10s, 9s 9d, 78 9d to 7s cs.: hf.-cs., 6s Od, 5s 9d 4s 9u, 4s 6d, 4s dd. B3lack, Os 3d to Os cs.; hf. es., Os, is Od, 5s 6d to 5s. Strawlerries, 10d, 9d, ld, 51d, 5d, 41d to 3d per lb. Loquats, hf.-es., 6s. Gooseberries, per es., 10s, Os 9d, Os 3d to 5s 3d; per lb., 2jd., 2I-d to 21id. Sydney consignments: Oranges, 6s Od, 0s, 5s 8Od, us 6d, 5s 3d, 5s, 4s 9d, 4s 6id, 4s 3d, 4s to Js 6id. Man, darius, 12s to 10s. Lemons, 's, 7Os 3d, (3s, 4s 9d to 4s sd. Pincapples, 'is 3d to 7s. Penas, 5s, 4s (3d, 43 iid to 4s 100 lb,
ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
ECONOMY. nod *cenomist had a n' exp erience the titer day. s is ccei y would in pour trten be c:.lleu meaninss. As he is wealthy it is cll d Ieccentricity. Which is the stay of the \or:ld. iut to the story. It was at a railway station. The econ ontist was about to undertake a length: journey. t1o was grunobjing inaiar nl at the inminent expense of a rail.:vy ticket, at the same time se eking cons"lat -on in the pleasurable thought It, wais going to stay with friends - free of expense. As he dejectedly approiached the booking i - flee. a humorist, who had som i sight knowledge of the thrifty one, a[r . ULchd himi mysteriously. "'Excuse me. ibut I hait the ret'iurn half of a ticket to Ctasgow which I cannot us. Give me half a so'ereiin for it and it's yours." "1 don't mind sey-n an. 5ii'peic'." whispor.-d the economist. After hurried bargaining the ticket anI eight shillings changed hands. The economist tool hils seat with a warm glow of satisfaction. The ticket collecto'r ap peared. ...
PHENOMENAL BALLOON ASCENT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
PHENOMENAL BALLOON ASCENT. Thet followinz. from a I.ondon paper1 Dr. lIterson and :nother geut l':mtn a'otutctnet from th.e c'rvst:tl Palace in a balloon intflated with purt h3ydrogeu gas. and atLtind'tl the r'emarkable alti tude of. 27,.-ift. It is expecte-d that this will tutirely *4elip&lt;Ie thie rnutlts of siutult:lnta ouls :1n it.s in St. I'etersblurtig. Moscow and It'rlinu, l'in only LU50ft. less than ('ox well and Gltishmt's high ist iin IStl. Thle atntispbere was clear anti the coast rance visible. At 25.00ft. the air isImtne so ratrt'tiod tha:t both ex pilorers had to brtathe o(mItP'ressel oxy gen from tubes. The lowest tempera t.uie recortded in tili. :iscent iwas Ililtus :;1- centigradel. ejutalling 2! la. e;1 do grit's below frteetirtie pofi t). lThe i'dltls us.' for' tilt pturp-s' was oine of ilestrs `pJ rtets' hest. toweming ':) feet in It-ilht. .t1- .tot feet diameteit. nid with tapa:ity tor t.t(4x) feet of gas. lTo .rry the two votag ur ts and 404 hsl if san...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. FAT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
COUMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS. LATEST QUOTATIONS. FAT CATTLE. 1.080 yarded including 140 from Gipps land. The bulk of the supply consisted of iedlium and light weights, with a fair sprinkling of good and prine. Prices on the whole ruled about equal to last week's rates. Quotations:-Prime pens of bul locks, fronl'8 10s to £10; extra prime and hIeavy do. do., fronm ±10 O10s to £11; odd beasts, to £12 10s; good pens of bullocks, from £7 10s to £8 5s; middling and light do. do., from £5 15sto £6 15s; primnepens of cows, fronm £6 to 47; odd beasts, to ±8 17s 6d; others, from £3 10s to £5.
PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
PIGS. M'Phail Bros. and Co. report:- Thur, day, Nov. 3 - About 1,050 pigs yarded. Suckers.-None to hand. Slips mIIade from 16s to 28s; good strong, from 25s to 28s. Pork was fairly well represented in numbers: the quality was good, and the market was brisk at late rates. Light weight pens made from 28s 32s; heavy, from 32s to 38s. Bacon was again heavily yarded, and the quality was good. B3est pens made from 50s to 56s (the quality of these being exceptionally good); others from 42s to 48s. Backfatters were also well supplied.
POULTRY POULTRY EXPERIMENTS. [?]easonable Suggestions and Notes About Leghorns and Plymouth Rocks. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
POULTRY POULTRY EXPERIMENTS. leasonable Suggestlons and Notes Aboul Leghorns and Pljmouth nocks. Haven't yon noticed that hens don't liko to stay in their rd0sting places dur ing the day? I have, lnd I don't blame 'em, says Fannie Field in Farm Poul try. I should not like to stay cooped up in a bedroom all day. I am inclined to think that the chief reason why so many late n-lting hena either keel up and dio or .else linger along and get their new suit on so slowly that they are no good asn layers until well on to ward spring is because they have no sheltered loafing place. For aweekpast I have been watching a few old Leghorn hens that are fo nearly naked they are not fit to appear befoxe folks, and al though I don't particularly admire the Leghorns as a triba 1 must say that I respect those Leghorns fcr the good they have done mid for the good sense they now display. 'They kept right on laying while their oh; feathers were dropping off, but now that their old suits are gone to almos...
CLEARING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
( 'LA RING SALES. Skews and Patterson report---eVc held a very successful clearing sale for Mr. T. W. Butler on Wednesday last. Buyers from all parts -of the district attended, and the sale went briskly right through. Milking cows, springers, and dry cows sold to £8, averaging £5 8s. Bull, £3 18s. Pigs: Slips, 12s 6d to 16s; 7 sows, £2 15s to £3 7s; boar pig, 22s; horses sold to £12. The separator was passed in at £28, and is now for private sale at £32. Mathieson and Davis, in conjunction -with Henry Hansen, held a very success ful clearing sale on behalf of Mr. E. C. Hentschell, Moe, on Thursday, November 3rd. The rain without doubt affected the attendance, but still a good number of buyers were present, and satisfactory prices were obtained throughout. Dairy cows sold up to £9 5s, the whole lot, in cluding cows twelve months in milk, averaging about £6. Springers brought to £7; liulls to £11 5s; 18-months heifers to £2 18s; steers to £1 14s; brood sows to £3 4s; slips to 17s Gd. ...
FRUIT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
FRUIT REPORT. McClure, Valantine, and Co. report having held their usual sales at their rooms for the week ending November 2nd. Supplies short, but gradually in creasing with the advance of the season. Prices still firm. Our sales were; Apples: Rokewood, 14s, 13s 9d, 13s 6d, 13s, 12s 9d, to 12s. Cherries: Cases, 14s, 13s Od, 13s, 13s 3d, 12s 6d, 12s 3d, 12s, 11s 9d, Ils, to Os; half-cases do., 9s 6d, 9s 6d, Os 3d, 8s 9d, 8s, 7s 6d, 7s, Gs Gd, to 5s. Loquats: Cases, 8s Gd, 8s, to 7s 6d; half-cases, Gs Gd, 6s,-5s 9d, 5s 6d, to 3s. Gooseberries, 2ad, 2 d per lb. Straw berries, is, 11id, lid, 101d, 10d, 9jd. Od, Sd, to 4d per lb. Green peas, Gs per 100 lbs. Sydney consignments: Oranges, 4s 6d, 4s 3d, 4s to 3s Gd. Mildura lemons, 11s, 10s 9d, 10s Gd, to 9s 9d per case. Crates, berry baskets, fruit eases, and raspberry buckets at lowest market rates.
PARKES & ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
PARKES & ROUND. Parkes and Round, agents, Warragul, Drouin, and Neerim South, report having held their weekly sale of produce at their mart last Thursday. There was a fair supply. Business was not so brisk, and prices were as follow :-Leeks, id a bunch; carrots, id a bunch; turnips, ld a bunch; celcry, id a stick; spring onions, id a bunch; eggs, 8d a dozen; peas, id 1d a lb; niew potatoes, 121bs is 9d, 6lbs Is id; butter, 7d to 8d a lb; gooseberries, Aa Ib; cabbages, is a dozen; cauli flowers, 2s a dozen; lemons, 10d a dozen; cocoanuts, i's a dozen; rhubarb, 2s a dozen bunches; strawberries, 4d to 7d a lb; fowls, 2s 9d a pair; seed potatoes, 5s to 7s a bag; sundries at market rates.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
A curious matrimonial event has been consummated at Blackburn. A widow and widower had respectively two sons and two daughters, and the friendship between theni led to a double wedding of the brothers and sisters. The mother and father also became engaged, and were married in a Blackburn church in the presence of a large number of friends.
DEATH IN THE SADDLE. THE DANGERS OF RACEHORSE STEERING. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
DEATH IN THE SADDLE THE DANGERS OF RACETIIORSE STEERING. One hears a great deal of the big fees earned by leading knights of the pig skin, but little of the terrible risks which one and all may be said to run. Seldom a year passecs without a formidable list of injuries to jockeys, and many such periods are marked by one or more fatal ties. Those who take the least interest in the "sport of kings" will retadily bring to mind the terrible death a year or two ago of a young and promising rider. named George Brown, and the equally sad fate a year later of a jockey whose horse over-powered him and ran him full tilt against a tree, resulting In instan taneous death. Tommy Loates - a many times crowned champion - has reason to re member the racing season of 159G all his life. Patched up after being lknocked pretty much out of shape in a "smaslh up," he was :t little later placed again on the sick list with a splintered leg and a wealth of minor injuries. Whoen he recovered consciousness he...
THE GIPPSLAND SYNOD. ANNUAL SESSION AT WARRAGUL. PROCEEDINGS OPEN TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
THE GIPPSLAND SYNOD. ANNUAL SESSION AT WA'lRAG LUL. 1'PROCEEDIINGS OPEN TO-DAY. The annual session of the Gippsland Synod in connection with the Wesleyan Church opens at Warragul Wesleyan Church to-day, and will continue until Thursday eve ning. The Rev. S. Harris (]airnstdalel, chairman of the district, will preside, and tihe other ministers present will include Revcs. J. Polkinghorne (Sale), G. L. Lloyd (Walhalla), C. Dowsing (Yarrimn), W. Wvkes (D1rouin), Haslaun (Glen Wills), C. J. Hughes (Omeco), A. Hamlbley (Korunnburra),and Rev T.Alday (Warragul). To-mnorrow lay representatives are ex pected to be present from the places named above. and at the joint sitting financial matters will be thie chief subject under discussion. At 7 o'clock to-morrowv morning the Rev. Haslamn will preach a trial sermon in the church, and at night the Rev. Hughes will undergo a similar experience. We are particularly requested to urge as many of the congregation as possible to attend on these occasion...
CRICKET. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. THE SEASON'S FIXTURES. November 12th and 19th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
CRICKET. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. THE SEASON'S FIXTURIES. Novembcr 12th and 19th, 1898. Yarragon v. Drouin Longwarrv v. WVarragul and Service 13uniyip v. Garfield Jindivick a bye November 26th and December 3rd. Warragul and Service v. Yarragon Garliceld v. Longwarrv .Tindivick v. IBunvip Drouin a bye J)Qcember 10th and 17th. Yarragon v. Garfield Drouin v. \Varragul and Service Longwarry v. Jindivick Iunnyip a bye Januarynn 7th and 14th. 1890. Jindivick v. Yarragon Garfield v. Drouin Iunyip v. Longwarry Warragul and Service a bye January 21st and 28th. Drouin v. Jindivick Yarragon v. Bunyip Warragul and Scrvice v. Garfield Longwarry a bye February 4th and 11th. Longwarrv v. Yarragon 33unyip v. Drouin Jindivick v. Warragul and Service Garfield a bye The first selies of muatclhes to be played on the grounds of the first named clubs. In the second roundil of mathes the grounds .will be reversed.
THE NEW PERSEVERANCE THE ABSCONDING MANAGER. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
THE NEW PERSEVERANCE THE_ ABSCONDING MANAGEIR. Nothing further has been heard of the forger Whyte, who is wanted by the police for his defalcations in connec tion with the New Perseverance, Landy's Dream, and other gold mining companies. It will be remembered that Whyte, who was the legal man ager of the company, was traced as far as Horsham, and it was suspected that he had left Adelaide by the English mail boat. On her arrival at Albany, however, no trace was to be found of the absconding manager, and it is now stspected in some quarters that he is still secreted some where in the Australian colonies. Work at the mine is suspended for a time. Mr. G. W. Anderson, the acting legal manager, has had a very busy and laborious task to perform in getting in all the scrip, tracing the numbers, and ascertaining definitely which of the certificates are good, and which are bogus. In addition to this unpleasant task, he has been further harrassed by a number of irate, though innocent, holders...
THE LOCAL RAINFALL. 4 INCHES FOR OCTOBER [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
THE LOCAL RAINFALL. 4 INCHES FOR OCTOBER The climatic conditions throughout the local districts still remain of a character cal culated to produce a bountiful harvest. Alter nate sunshine and rain have resulted in an unprecedented growth of grass, and it is questionable whether in some instances suftli cient cattle can he obtained to cope with such an abundance of pasture. Four inches and one point was the fall for October, as regis tered by the oflicial gauge at the Warragul Post Office-a downpour which reminds one of the copious rains experienced in the early days of local history. For November, the record up to nine o'clock yesterday morning was 131 points-an inch and a quarter. This is a very satisfactory start and justities the expectation that the downfall for the present month will equal that of October.