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LOCAL MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
LOCAL MAILS. MAILS CLOSE at WAREIAGUL for the following places, at the under mentionedl times: Melbourne anid all Sta-) 10.15 a.m. & 7 m. tions on Lmne ... 5a.iu.&7p.n. Sale and all Stations)10.15 p.m. & 7p.m. on Line ... Buln Buln, Neerin)l Mon. Wed. & Sat. South, Rokeby,r 11.10a.m.;Tues Neerim ... ...) and Thur., noon Crossover ... Tues. & Thurs. 12 Crossover ... ... noon; Saturdays ..j11.10 a.m. Mondays, Wed Lardner ... ... nesdays, & Fri ) days 11.15 a.m. Ellinbank Scavie v, and Ferndale, Tues days and Fridays 11.30 a.m. Printed and published by A. J. HARVEY and Co., proprietors, every Tuesday morning, at their offices, Victoria street, Warragul, in the colony of Victoria.
THE BEEKEEPER. KEEP THE COLONIES STRONG AND PREVENT ROBBING. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
THE BEEKEEPER. KEEP THE COLONIES STRONG AND PREVENT ROBBING. The possibility is that if the bees are allowed to swarm at their own will, there will be a number of weakcolonies and pos sibily some which are queenless. These weak colonies are a nuisance in general in the apiary, as they cannot gather enough food for themselves, let alone store a surplus, and if fed enough for the winter they often dwindle away so that by spring a mere handful remains or none at all. The only way to utilise them pro fitably is to unite them until we have strong colonies. ROBBING. Those colonies that lost their queen. while in the swarming excitement, mus: now be looked after or they will make trouble. Aftcer being queenless for some time they become discouraged and will not properly defend their hives, so that very often robbing will be started and sometimes the melee will continue until all the weak colonies are done up and there is meanwhile a reign of terror in the neighborhood of the apliary. The b...
GOD LEADETH ME. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
GOD LEADETH ME. The clouds hang heavy round my way, I cannot see:; But through the darkness I believe God leadeth me: 'Tis sweet to keep my hand in His, While all is dip t; To close my weary, aching,'Tyes, And follow Hiim. Through many a thorny path He leads lty tired feet; Through nmany a path of tears I go; But it is sweet To lknow that Hle is close to me, My God, my Guide; lIe leadeth me, and so I walk I Quite satisfied. To blind my eyes, Hie may revena No light at all; nut while I lean on his strong arm I cannot fall. 1
Ten Times Ten. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
Ten Times Ten. Ten hens in a house that is 10 feet uquare, with yards ten times the size of the house, is a rule to go by. Ten hens with one male is the correct mating, and ten egs under a sittinr hen in win ter are enough. Ten weeks are long enough to keep a broiler before it goes to market. A pair of ducks or fowls should weigh not over ten pounds; 10 cents per pound is near the average price for fowls in market, and 10 cents should feed a hen one month.
Don't Overfeed. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
Don't Overfeed. Be careful about the quantity of food given to the pullets Lon't overfeed. If corn was worth $10 a bushel, it would be a blessing to the poultrymen by aroufing themn to the fact that something else is better. Stop the wasto of corn and permanent injury to the pullets. Eggs are high, and this should be the poultryman's harvest time. It may be ii the hens and pullets are not overeod and allowed to get fat.
WESLEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
WESLEYAN. .nc : 11 n.m. Rec. T. Aldlay, 7 p.mi.. IRe. Haiubley. WARn.c.Lc SOUTrH : 2.30 . p.m.,. Rev. Hambley. SEA VIEW : 11 a.mn., 11ev. Hambley. 13LOOMFIELD: 3 p.m. ARRn.osN : 11 an.ll.. Mr. Reynolds. SUNNY CREEK : 3 p.m. Friday, Rev. Htuanblev. ROinFr,: 3 p.m., BiLs BU3Ls EAST: Rev. T. Alday.
DOGS FOR HAULAGE PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
DOGS FOR HAULAGE PURPOSES. A recent visitor to Belgium was much struck by the number of line ldogs used there for road locomotion, and in the course of a communication to the "Road" upon his experience, he says:-"In this wes:ern portion of Belgium, including the two Flanders, the dog has been employed 'beIyornd the memory of man' as a beast of burden. Everywhere in the city and in the country he may be seen employed in what may be generally described as small teaming. He is a characteristic fea:ure of life, and to the Felming abroad there Is always something missing-his familiar servant, the dog. The Belgium dog-the breed is only known by this name-is a large, compactly-built ani mal. When standing he measures in height from 20 to 30 inches; the hair is smooth and short, generally tan or dark brown in color. Both the tall and ears of this fine animal are cut short. the for mer, because it is believed that the strength which would otherwise enter into this extremity is retained in th...
INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
IJTE1ICOLONIAL. Letters - Everv lihalf-ouince or under ... ... ... ) 0 2 Newspapers, 10oz. or ooer ... 0 0 AJ Post Cairds .. .. ... O 0 1 Packets-Cuonurcjial :und print ed papers. evtcry 2oz. ... O 0 1 Patterns antd satmples, every 2oz. O 0 1 Parcels, 11i. or under ... O 0 F Each extra ]1,. or under, up to 111). ... 0 0 ii
POSTAL INFORMATION. Rates of Postage. VICTORIAN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
POSTAL INFORMATION. Rates of Postage. VICTOBIAN. cLetters-Everv ounce o'r untecr 0 0 2 Letters marked "'Urgent'' ( which will be delivered in the stame manner as a telegram would be, if there is either letter or telegraph Inmessenger at the place to which they are ad dressed), in addition to postage 0 0 0 Newspapers, each ... ... O 0 a Post Cards, each .. .. 0 0 1 Packets-Coulllnercial and print ed papers, up to 41L., for every 2ox. or unlder ... O 0 1 Packets-P'atterns and samples, &c., up to lib., for Lvery 2 oz. or under ... ... ... 0 0 1 Books, up to 51l. for every 4oz. or under ... ... ... 0 0 1 Parcels, 211,. or uilrc ... 0 0 9 Each extra lb. or Inder'' ... 0 0 3
TO THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
TO THE UNITED KINGDOM.. Letters - Every half-ounce or under ... ... ... O0 2, Post Cards ... ... ... O 0 I Newspapers, Joz. or under ... O 0 1 Each iaddlitional 2o. or under 0 0 - Commercial and printed pa pers, about thle saiiuL ralte as in V'ictoria; but see . Postal G uide." PIarcels-Each 211,. or under ... O 1 (i Each additional lb. or under, up to 111b ... ... 0 0
CONVERSATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
CONVERSATIONS. Hicks: Hampden and Brassey met yes terday, and they got op together famn ously. They kept up their talk until late in the evening. Wicks: What were they talking about? Hicks: Yachting and golf. Wicks: But Hampden doesn't know the first thing about yachting. Hicks: Neither does Brassey know anything about golf. Each kept it up on his favorite topic without listening to the other.
USEFUL. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
USEFUL. "Doesn't your husband's roving dispo sition worry you?" inquired the woman who takes great interest in the neigh bors. "'W'hat do you mean?" "Why, it was all people could do to ar gue him out of starting for the Klondike, :and now he talks of nothing except Cuba atnd Hawaii and the Philippines." "Oh, yes. He's in there now with a lot of maps and books that show how much outfits cost. I encourage him in it. There will be new places for mak ing fortunes discovered constantly, and I never saw anything like 'em for keep ing a man home nights."-"Washington Star."
THE POINT OF VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 8 November 1898
THE POINT OF VIEW. Biggs: Quite a rivalry between Tom and Fred. Griggs: Yes; I understand they are both seeking the hand of Miss Triffett. Biggs: They both called at her house. the other evening. and at once began the exciting game of trying to outsit each other. Tom had to give it up finally, and left Fred in possession. Griggs: So Fred got the best of it? Biggs: That's the question. It was a rainy night, and Tom did not take away the poorest umbrella when he left the house.-"1Boston Transcript."