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

Bismarck. A letter from Freidrichsrnh in a Swiss paper says that Bismarok seems to be on mar vellouns health. " Whilst all the rest of us are utterly worn out by the labors of these busy days," says the writer, "he strolls about with erect head, full of anxious in quiries about the ladies and his overworked helpers, and brimming over with jokes and humor." He never uttered more Bis marckian" points" or "winged words" in his life. A Strassburger who met him in the park said,." I bring your Highness the greetings out of Elsass, where many thousand hearts are beating in concord with your own." "But thousands of other hearts in Elsaes," replied the ready man, " are beating in discord." Prince Bismarck, as the old saying has it. never opens his mouth but he says some thing." Recently this was one of his state ments:-" Nowadays, in the whole of the English commercial world, it is looked upon as a recommendation if goods are stamped with the words ' Made in Germany.'" It was to a deputatio...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADIES' COLUMN. Dreamland. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

THE LADIES' COLUMN. Dreamland. There is a land from whose far shore Reached the dear hands we clasped of yore Whose winds, that murmur soft and low, Are voices of the long ago. The stars that waken in ite skies Are those sweet unforgotten eyes That smiled upon us yesterday, And still are watching ftar away. There are voices softly calling. There are eyes that watch and smile, There are faces we remember, That the hearts to tears beguile; It is dreamland, only dreamland, That dear land so far away. There are years and years between us, But it seems like yesterday. They are not changed who wander there, Their faces still are calm and fair, Age visits not that happy spot, Whose motto is "Forget.me.not," Half way to heaven it seems to be, That island seot in memory's sea, And yet not far from earth it seeme, So soon we drift there in our dreams. No. I shows a pretty, easily made morning wrapper. No. 2 shows a simple ball-dress that may be made in crepon or silk, accordeon plaited frills...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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A New Butter-worker. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 28 June 1895

A New Butter-worker. We illustrate the "Leeds Patent Victoria Butter Worker," a new dairy implement, introduced by Messrs William Waide and Sons. It will be noticed that by this new shape all the water and buttermilkare drawn to the centre of the table, and being slightly tilted to one side, the liquid expressed from the butter flows to one outlet and is carried away to any eonvenient place. Several advantages are claimed by the makers for this arrangement, and foremost, the doing away with the use of the trough, and with the use of rollers of screw shape. It is affirmed that the vattern to which the rollers are made promo'es the flow of the liquid, and there is no danger of the grain of the butter being disturbed by any roughness that is said to be assoclated with rollers made on the screw principle. Five sizes are made, the rollers of the smallest size being loin., and the largest 24in.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE WISE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

THE WISE MERCHANT. I'm a merchant, and arm wise, In the W.satCLuO GAItulLxN I advertise; I get my printing done there, to,:, If you are wise, friend, so will you. Don't send to town, why take the trouble? And afterwards find they've charged you double, And work not done well-isn't it queer That folks send to town for what's better done here. You're a tradesman and wish to rise, Then in the Gr.uLrs .5ys, NEws yOU must advertise. The paper is cheap, and clearly the best, And largest circulation in Gippsland West. It's a good paper too-brimful of news, With useful information and tit-bits to nmuse. The Government Gazette they always file, If you wish to inspect it, its worth your while. To call at the office at any time Dfiring busi e:s hour;---just after ni:e- They'll tell you the price of their paper per quarter, If you don't take it in-I tell you, you ought'or. Times are hard- they once were with me, But not since I've taken the Gua.u?s?, you see. If you can't afford it-you and I'll...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE UNWISE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

THE UNWISE MERCHANT. ??le day when business ran down low ]eep gloom sat on a lerchal:t -brow Andl dark as midnight was tihe i;ar Of thoughts revolving rapidly. That merchant saw a dreadfil sight By fane.;'s dim and lurid light; lie thought he saw the sheriff right Among his stock of finery. Ah ! sadder yet his fears will rise, Ah ! deeper yet will be his sighs; Ah louder yet will sound his cries Unless he advertise. Now, all who would a lesson learn, Look closely, and you will discern That advertising will return Like bread upon the waters. .The WA,:ILtOUL Gu.AunatY andYA?t.AGooN and TRAFALGAIL Esr?x ss offer exception ally good terms toadvertisers.]

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE; WARRl AGLtL. -0-- LICIENSES. .T. Cowan I G. Henley M(. A. Calvert J .1. G. Horsley Il. J. linteheson W. IHewitt A. 1lIutchesan C. Ifolder a. A. Mapleson J. HIolder W. li:oe IT.. \. Johnson E. S. Spencer R. Johnson" J. S. Spencer J. Keogh A. Wright W\V. ielly S. Chandler E. G. Kirkland A. C, lon J. Kelly 11. Fish W. L. inealo T. Gapes F. S. Laver Thorlpdale South J. Larkin Creamery F. R. Lempriere E. Weeks P. F. S. Musgrave 51. Mullca:e 1D.31rdie G. Napier R. Moore 11. W. ]Bonhuin W. G. 1'Gown W. 11. Gardinr C.J. \1'Murdie \W. liei:by II. Neill A. C. (Groom F. Newbury F. A. li"xall ('. '1ceazie W. G(. Tong F. Nicol S. Laer A. J Nicholson S. A lkins WV. O'Neill C. Adkins M. O'Neill J. Ashby It. O'Nedl 1'. MIaker .1. 11. Potter A. Butterworth II. Prico G..Iorke '1'. P'ilkington C. L. Hower T. C. Parker .J. T. Brr:uitrove .1. E. lhl!s ). I1. Boyd /W'. Ritchie J. A. Bloyd W. IRowley 3. Cohen 1. Sloan T. Carter 31. Stark T'. 1. Clark T. J. Sheridan (. Clharllon T. ...

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THANK YOU, MR. JAMES. Warragul, March 18, 1895. To the Proprietor of the WARRAGUL GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

THANK YOU, MR. JAMES. --o - Warrogul, March 18. 1685. To the Proprietor of the WnVoeact. GUAttn,us. Dear Sir, . I,ant more than satisfied with both the Caresr and Circulars..They are quite equal, in style and iinish; to any that I have had printed in Melbourne, and are much cheaper. I am frequently asked when travel ling the district, where I get msy printing done, and have much pleasure in stating that it is done at the Ciw.lll ? Office, Warragul. I am, Sir, SYour respectfully, SAMUEL A. '4MES, Psesso Tuner

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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OUR SYDNEY LETTER. Sydney Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

OUR SYDNEY LETTER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTs.) -0 Sydney Monday. Crises once more. On a average there ale about half-a.dozen so-called crises each session. every one of which is some times mere veiled obstruction-a motion of censure without the hope lof success. But we have got the real article this time. There's no mistake about that. The nominee House by 41 votes to 4 have pitched out bodily, neck and crop, the Land and Income Tax Bill introduced by the Ministry and are now placed in the proud position of having brought the whole course of Government to a dead lock. • t . In a previous letter I expressed a fear that they would emulate the fate of Gearge Stephenson's "coo" which got in front of the locomotive. And this is exactly what they have been and gone and done. They are not made minicemeat of just yet, however. The driver saw them on the line, blow his whistle. and tried his best to scare them off but all in vain, and he pulled up his train just in time. Now the question ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, JULY 2ND, 1895. Inspection of Rangers. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

TIHE Wantagrti (iwlii t WIr I WICHC Is LNCOIIPOItTED the 1 - afvraui alum TUESDAY, JULY iSs, 1895. Inspection of Rangers. The local detachment of the Victcrian Rangers was iinspected in the Warragul Masonic Hall on Thursday night last, by Col. Otter. Caotain ltodd, Captain of the Company, and Lieut. ]Jriam, in charge of the Warragul detachment, were present, and there was a full muster of men in attendance. The inspecting officer examined the men and their kits, and expressed himself very well satisfied with the turn out. He also put them through a number of evolutions, and whilst'com plimenting them ontheir general efficiency advised theni to do more extended drill. This was the half-yearly inspection, and it is gratifying to record that the local detachment secured the highest-number of points, and thus won the prize offered by Captain Rodd,, the other competitors being Cranbourne, Oakleigh and Paken ham.

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NEERIM SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

NEERIM SOUTH. -o- (FltO0I OUR OoWN CORnESPONDxT.) ----0---- Mr. J. H. Mount, of Blackwood Grove, who is always to the fore in testing the value of any new inven tion, calculated to be of any benefit to the farmer, and who has lately pur chased one of Carlson's potato diggers, very generously gave the public an opportunity on Saturday last, of witnessing a trial of this new invention, which is the first in thisdis trict. Considerable interest was mani fested, some forty farmers putting in an appearance. .Notwithstanding the dampness of the paddock, and being rather dirty with thistles, etc., the machine did fairly good work, which in ordinary circumstances would have been deemed satisfactory. Cr. Stewart carefully tested the furrows after the machine, and found that nearly all the potatoes had been removed, but owing to the dampness of the paddock the machine choked slightly, consequently some of the tubers were covered up again. It was considered by nearly all present, that given a ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE BATTLE OF THE BOYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

THEI BATTLE OF THE BOYNE. SIR,-I would ask " Protestant"-all things considered-if it is not often better to commemorate som, events, in our own hearts instead of publicly. Take our late football match, for instance. Would the defeated party equally enjoy a commemoration of that event as the victorious? I think not. We have not reached that perfect height of unselfishness yet. "Protestant" writes " This com memoration is not kept up in order to remind us of a victory gained over any sector people." We would certainly hope not. The victory was gained by the protestunts. That should be sufficient. Our religious freedom was dearly bought. Let us show that religion by refraining from hurting the feelings of any one by commemorating an event which only keeps up party strife,-neither kind nor considerate.-Yours, etc. ANOTHER PROTESTANT. P.S.-Better commemorate a local event that, is felt and acknowledged gratefully by all parties. The printing of the first 1WAnntAGue GUAKDL.N for instance....

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Small Farms at Warragul. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

Small Farms at Warragul. The recent subdivisional sale at Neerim, when Wm. Hamilton and Co. had such a successful time with the Messrs. Hogan's property, is to be followed by another sale on Friday next when the same firm will offer Mr. Andrew Lilhco's magnificent estate in blocks ranging from 13 to 57 acres each. Small farms, in fact, are becoming all the rage in this part of Gippsland, and areat the present time considered a safe investment in view of the improvement in the commercial outlook and tile general dispersing of tihe cloud of depression. The property in question is one of the best known in the district and conm mands a number of exceptional advantages which are fully described in our advertising columns. The sale is to be conducted by Mfr. Groom at the Railway Hotel, and should attract a large attendance of buyers.

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OUR LETTER BOX. [We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] A PINE DESTROYER. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

OUR LETTER BOX. [We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] . A PINE DESTROYER. TO THIE EDITOR. Sim--To those interested in the culti vation of a few ornamental trees and shrubs the enclosed letter will be of interest. A healthy yotmg Nofolk Island Pine in my garden has been attacked by what the Government Entomologist states is a new form of blight. The back of most of the leaves and branches are covered with little dark snail-like creatures with a diagonal yellow stripe across their backs, and whenevar they appear the tree soon loses its green and healthy appearance. I showed a specimen of the blioht to Mr. D. Conner J.P. who has great knowledge and experience of those matters, and lie said it was a new form of plant disease to him and advised me to send the specimen to Mr. French. That gentleman has been good enough to reply promply, and I stnl his letter to you as the information contained t...

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THE LOCAL MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

THE LOCAL MAILS, MAILS CLOSE at 'WAlIRAGUL for the following places at the under. mentioned times: Melbourne & all Sta- . n. &7pn. tions on Line 10.1 .m. 7.m Sale and all Sta- 10.1a.m.&p.m. Lions on Line j 10.1 am. & 7 p.m, Buln Bauln, Neerim) Mon., Wed., Fri. and South, liokeby, Sat., at 11.10 a.m. Neerim .. T Tues. Thurs. 12 noon Cressover 1 Tuesdays & Thurs. 12 noon - j Saturdays 11.10 a.m. Lardner J Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri. J days at 11.15 a.m. Ellinbanlt, Seaviewl Tuesdays and Fri. Ferndale J days at 11.10 a.m. .You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local ollice your general printing; if you do not feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the newspaper your cards, dodgers billheads letterheads, envelopes and all business printing to execute. The -newso parer man needs it, and it helps himi to pay his r-inters for the thousand and one free notices that he gives you and your town, and keeps the money c...

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LOOK [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

LOOK Os THIS IUCTURE : There was a man, who had a siore, And he was wondrous wise, And as he marked his prices down, Took care to advertise. And daily people thronged that shop, ,And goods they bought galore ; The owner gleefully exclaimed "I'll advertise solue more." "There's wondrous powerin printers ink When properly applied; That it's essential to success Can never be denied." Though times were hard, and money scaree, The trade done was surprising. He chuckled gaily to hiitnelf, And kept on advertising. The business grows by leaps and bounds, I-o rakes the shikels in, And blesses loud the paper bold That helps him make his tin. AnD ox T.ts: He sat at his door at noonday, lonely, glum and sad. Thie flies were buzzing around him, Led by a bhae.winged gad. Not a customer darkened his portal, Not a sign of business was there; But the tlies kept on buzzing about the old tnan's hair. At last, in misery, hoe shouted: "Great Scottl I'm covered with flies;" And the zephers which toyed wi...

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LEONGATHA V. KORUMBURRA RAILWAY RIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

LEONCATHA V. KORUMBURRA RAILWAY RIVALS. -o (FroM? Oun? HLsLTo, CORlESPONxEENT.) The proposed line of railway from Warragul to Leongatha is causing an awful amount of envy with liorumburra foiks, and the reasons they set forth as to their right of having the line, intoeadofLeougatha,are truly amusing, but at the same time rotten in the extreme. In a Korumburra journal of June 13lth, Mr. A Radovick, proprietor of of the Korumburra Hotel, is held up to the light of the wcrld in the form of a true patriot, it being through that gentleman's far-seeing propensites that an agitation has been set on foot to have the route of the line altered. Uf course it is not to be expected for a moment that the alteration would be of any personal interest to Mr. Radovick! One of the greatest arguments brought forward by liorumburra is the importance of the coal deposits. Now it is well known that Korumburra is not the only spot in Victoria where coal abounds. If the line from \arragul to Leonugatha is c...

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COOLGARDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

COOLGARDIE. A " Gippslander," writing fro Coolgardie, says : Things are not so awfull.s dcirh-: as one might suppose. L s~el-i1 some prices as follows :-M-leat Is!:: lb; sugar id; tea s; butte 1 'I, cheese is id, bacon ls :id, jam li ': the ilb tin, bread, small loaf s], oa0:I 4d, potatoes 4d, flour 50ib bag ~S , eggs 3s per dozen, water .Id to 1 r gallon, and all driuk? 1s each, i.ut a don't indulge in such luxuriesj ai same. I saw the Traralgo'a olk hL: Charles S . 3Mr.-- and the Traralgon gas works- ma10r,1 who left Gippsland shortly bdore I did, and they all give Cooig'ardi a terrible name, and there is lno mis:B that everything here just now is Uare discouraging, there being hludrrl ct men out of work, and d?-snciat an fever raging. I may tell ,ou, I gO: start on entering Coolgardie. for ts= first thing Imet was a fiuneral. It nuo my hair' stand on end for a monm. I honestly declare, I wished 0r0-5 back in the hIealthy parts. io average death rate here is ; to 1 ?:. day, but Co...

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THE TARIFF QUESTION. AND MR. G. J. TURNER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

THE TARIFF QUBESTION AND MR. G. J. TUIRLhC . 0-0 Mr. G. J. Turner, M.L.A., f9 Gippsland, has forwarded ti ,, Gippslander" the followiug e? pondence: Mlirboo North, uune? G. J. TuoRIE, Esq., 1.P. Dear Sir,-Herewithl I beg to ward you copy of resolution pa?l day at a public meeting of the iuh?tl ants of the Shire of 31irboo. Ve be gald if you can see your tar. support the reductions meaio, therein.-1 am, yours truly, Ricns li Lasr, Chairean. [Copy of Resolution passed on t' motion of Messrs. T. Kelly and T, Ashworth :-" That this meetin?.. proves of the action of 3Ir. I. l?:; Smith, M.L.A., int endeavori:" establish a maximum rate of ta cent for all ad valoreio duties, a; i consider that if an i::duatry e. stand without that anount ot .:at tion it is not worth bolstering :?p that we request the nmmber ::: dis rict to support all proposal?a : in the House to reduce the duti:, that he be requestcd to opp.:s proposed duty of ?0 per c:.:: Hessian as it is largely usel [1. constituents."] ...

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A Demoralised Market. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

A Demoralised MIarket.: The Australian butter 'market, writes the "Bulletin's" London correspondent by last mail, is completely udemoralised owing to a very large lot having been thrown on the market at low prices by :a bank which advanced upon it. Some ;was sold down to 26s per cwt. This should prove a lesson to shippers, for more "has been sent over than the market can comfortably absorb. The brokers and dealers are in despair, and are wondering where the thing is going to end. Why does not somebody try to discover some other means of preserving butter than by freezing, for this process most undoubtedly has a deleterious effect upon the butter, especially when it is kept long. The Warragul Shire Council meets to-morrow. The meeting of the Warragul Hunt Club to have been held at the. Railway Refreshment Rooms? on" Friday night was postponed on account of the enter tainment given in the Public Hall. that night. . . . The sale of gifts organised by the Christian Endeavor Society in a...

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Receipt and Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 2 July 1895

Receipt and Pay. The following accounts are lying at the Receipt and Pay Office, Warragul:- A Bradley, R. 3Burnt. P. Bellingham, J. Connor, J, Crawley, F. A. Carlsson, A. Cain, J. Clarke, J. Ducey, A. T. Dawson, II. E. Farrall, E. Frost, P. Guinand, G. Hodges, J. F. Joyce, D. Jones,-:R. Jolly, T. Kelleher, P. Kinnane, C. ,Leachl T. J. Lonergan, N. O. Mac Guirk, L. Millar, A. 'Mackenzie, J. B. McMahon, W. Manton, E. {Ioore, R. Patterson, ,W J. Roberts, MI. Stephehs, J. Scott, W. S. Uridge, J. W. Williams, F. Wien, C. J. W. Worth, Yarragon Cemetery. -

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