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"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. ]libl, it is feared, will next dam the )1 Irrav. .lidltd by her latest portrait Malaume Melba begins to look rather Pa5tc. "' (icral" Booth is now a vegetarian. 1l due?' t look like a man who would eat 'ilip . Armour, one of the Clicago saires whou. Stead abuses so is perhaps the largest business c world. His wages sheet in "etories alone is a million and S"-,i pLuuljs a year. The Czar of Russia receives no pay as and yet is about the richest man l.'i?u lle" His income from farms and 's "i over 50,000 a week, so lie is in "uuiadiatte need of a rise, although the Sihlij.ts press it upon him. . C". William..son says there are few ?4lls in London good enough for Aust. Cri3a. W e don't for a moment doubt J. S J?gisucent in the matter, but when Sii1iake a statement like that we fear he forgetting himself. The l'ape" on which letters to Queen ytsnria are wrnten must not be folded. ,c'"nounication which bears evidence i : been creased will ever fall into Str. laiesty s ow...
A MONETARY CONFERENCE. The Significant Treasurer Would Negotiate No Loans. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
A MONETARY CONFERENCE. The Significant Treasurer Would Negotiate No Loans. "Julia," said Mr. Pilver the other morn ing while sitting at the breakfast table waiting for his coffee to cool, "Julia, let's have a monetary conference." Mrs. Pilver is treasurer of the establish ment, and the suggestion immediately at tracted her attention. "A monterary con ference, James?" she queried cautiously. "Yes," said Mr. Pilver, with an inane giggle, "something like they have just had in Brussels, you know." "Well?" "Well, we'll pretend to be countries, you know. You can be France and I'll be-let's see, I'll be" "Russia," suggested Mrs. Pilver, with great significance. " Yes, Russia. Russia of course," said Mr. Pilver nervously. "Well?" "Well, then, Russia would like to neg tiate a loan with France. Not alarge loan. you know, although it's the custom for na tions to deal in large sums of money, but say" "I didn't know that they negotiated loans at the Brussels conference," interrupted France. "The...
ALL ABOUT A ROAD. A BREEZE AT THE COUNCIL TABLE. A COUNCILLOR THREATENED WITH POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
ALL ABOUT A ROAD. A BREEZE AT THE COUNCIL· TABLE. ----0--- A COUNCILLOR THREATENED WITH POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. : At the ordinary meeting' of the Narracan Shire Council, on Friday, the debate on rival road claims culminated in a stormy, scene, several councillors leaving the table in disgust. The incident leading to the trouble was the discussion of Clarke's: road question. A motion, moved by the president and seconded by Cr. Lloyd, instructing the engineer to take the necessary steps to secure' a road through Lumb's block to Elder's road, at the request of Mr. Clark, who resides on the north bank of the Tarwin-river was passed ,at the May meeting. The motion it will be remembered, was carried by a narrow majority, Cr. Bilson warmly declaring that the ratapayers of the .locality would rise against the road being obtained. At Friday's meeting Cr..' Iilson tabled a motion to rescind President Campbell's motion, passed at the previous meeting, and at the same time placed upon the' ta...
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR Melbourne, twice daily, at 10.15 a.m. and 7 p.m.; travelling post, 11.10 a.m. and 7.50 pan.m. Sale and 3airnsdale, twice daily, 10.15 al.m. and 7 p.m.; travelling post, 10.55 a.n. and 7.50 p.m. Keerinw, Neerim South and Rokeby, daily, 12 noon. Lardner--Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, 11.15 a.m..
WARRAGUL COUNTY COURT. LIST OF CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
'iWARRAGUL` COUNTY COURT. LIST OF CASES. -`-Below'are the lie st of cases to be heard before ]the Warragul Country Court:on+VWednesday next.'i Jas., Cohlr v. Comimercial Bank, £17 16s ld; clilni for damages. Holumeis :1Brhdley.; 10 lgild; breach of * contrlct. Perth Land Coy. v. Bourke, £2 10s; arrears of instahnecnts. John Carson v. John Calvert, £.6; claim for three steers. Pettit v. Whitney, a315 s; debt. Eastwood v. Bulu Blun 8hire, £54 7s 6d; debt. Ditterich v. Cowleshaw, £160 ls ; breach of lease. Bennett v. Donavan, £500; damages for seduction. Jockelsoii v. Wilders, £I0 1s; work and labor done. Long v. Union Trustee Co., £21; trespass. Cavell v. Wilson, £800 ; alleged libel. GENEIIAL SESSIONS. Larceny.-P'eter Campbell, Thomas Oliver and John Scully. INSOLVENCY COUIIT. J. C. Andrews, of Foster. fMr. Justice A'Leckett says that the compronise verdict of the Jury in the ecentll railway ctllllpellstion I Uase was it " discredit to to the whlle system of trial by Jury." So it is....
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
TELEGRAMS. Victoria.-To or from any station,. six words or under, 6d.; each additional word Id. Name and address 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. Ten words, 8s,; each additionial word. 3d. New Zealand.=-Ten words, 3s 6d. ; each additional word, Gd. The address and signature ot messages to New Zealand are charged for. United Kingdom, 4s 10d. per word.
FOOTBALL. LOCAL CHALLENGE CUP. RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
FOOTBALL LOCAL CHALLENGE CUP; -0 RULES. '1. The CCr shall be called the "Ross" Challenge Cup. 2. That. it shall be open to all clubs between Berwick and Traralgon, both clubs inclusive, who shall enter on or before the 26th lay. 3. All players must be bonu tide members of the club they play for A bond tide player shall be one who is either a resident of the prescribed district or who shall satisfy the delegates of his bond tides. - 4. No playe rshall play for more than one club for the Cup. 5 The Cup to be played on the point system -- 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 protestsmust be madeon theground and forwarded in writing to the secretary of delegates, and to be received 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 ...
THE POTATO CROP. AN INCREASE OF 72,000 TONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
THE POTATO CREOP. -0-- , c 6p - ANŽ INCREASE OF 72,000 TONS. The following 'remarks fromi. the " Argus" commercial columns filly. sustain ?our observations .in ?a fecent issue n regard it tliepotatomarkt:-- The mdarket is .\tll supplied,;ltdl is steady at 62s Gd to 65s for Gippsland, 60s for- Ballarat, and- 52s Gd for Warrnambool. 1The statistics of four. of the principal potato-growing colonies -Victoria, New South .Wles, Tasi?,auia," and Now .Zealand-are now available. i , ictorian cerop is irregular, some istricts 'givinig a fair yield and :others only a poor' yield. The ,total' crop is estimated by the GGo iiverimnt 'statist lit144,699 tois,.or an" increaise o[ x,076 tons on last year's.- ý"The New South Wales crop, according t tthl.Government statistics, amounts to 83,838 tons, or an increase of l1,733 ' tons, the area under cultivation having risen from 18,502 acres. to 26,559 acres. The inicrease in the Tasmamian 'crop ` ccording to the latest advices,'is stated at 16,524 ton...
The Music of the Future. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
The Minsie of the Future. The politest musician that ever was seen Was Montague IMyerbeecr 3lendelssohn Green. So extremely polite e he would take off his hat Whenever he hnappened to meet with a cat "It's not that I'm partial to cat's," he'd ox claim: "Their music to me is unspeakable pain. There's nothing that causes my tleal o to crawl As when they perform a t flat caterwaul. Yet I cannot help feeling. In spite of their din. When I hear at a concert the first violin Interpret some exquisite thing of my own, It It were not for cat gut I'd never be known. Andl so when I how, as you see, to a cat. It Isn't to her that I take off my lhat, But to fugues and sonatas that possibly lhlde Uncomposed in her-well-in her tuneful In side. -Oliver Ilerferd In Lifeo.
WARRAGUL BUTTER FACTORY. A BONUS TO SUPPLIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
SWARRAGUL: BUTTER' FACTORY.. . A BONUS TO SUPPLIERIS. - -0- Theo miothly meeting of the 'Warragul Butter Factory Company, was: held in Secretary's otlice,'" (Mr. -onuud's), on Thursday :-afternoon. last.' Mr.,'H. C. -Harvie -occnpied- the s chair, and' there were alsc presentl-Messrs Alford, Jenkins 'and Lillicd ' Theresignation of Mr. E. C. Packhs, as a director,.was received and accepted, and the Secritair'ivas inisructed tofo?rward it, letter, bf thaulis to Mr.. Parkes: SThe h§ecretary reported that, there was asurplus of about "400 over liabilities to ithe credit of the cumliany, and that the returns of three shipments were yet to Lome in. The disposal oEfthis balaiceo was. iscussed for somue tniie. One lectioir prolposed to' euiply 'a considerable portion of the aiuount ini saking repairs and inmprovements to. the factory while the 'other section ' piefirrd giving'- a bonus. to suppliers. The latter course was eventuially adopted and it was agreed 'to recotindend' i bonus at th...
MINISTER OF MINES. VISIT TO THE DISTRICT. INSPECTION OF LOCAL FINDS DEPUTATIONS AND REQUESTS. A HAND-DRILL PROMISED. PROSPECTING TRACKS TO BE CUT. MINING REGISTRAR FOR WARRAGUL. SURVEY CHARGES TO BE REDUCED. FRICTION BETWEEN MINERS AND SETTLERS. CAUSED BY INACCURATE MAPS. SPEECH BY MR. McCOLL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
MINISTER OF MINES. VISIT TO THE DISTRICT. -0 INSPECTION OF LOCAL FINDS DEPUTATIONS AND REQUESTS. A HAND-DRILL PROMISED. PROSPECTING TRACKS TO?BE CUT. MINING REGISTRAR- FOR WAR RAG GUL. :SURVEY CIHARGES TO BE . lEDUCED. FRICTION'BETWEEN MIfERS AND C, ED BY INACUITTLEITES ? APS. SP EECH .Y.?MI. McCOOL. Th?'o dinner at which President Smyth entertained tihe Miniscer of Mines andparty, ,on Thursday night, 'passed oil with cordiality and success, The President of the Shire.; occupied the chair, and 0C. Armstrbng to vice. chair, and among tiid invited guests, in addition to the "Minister, were Mr. Hdwitt, Secretary fora Mines, ,Mr. C. Sargeant, M.L.C., Mr. G- J. Turner, M.L.A., :,Councillors' Armstrong, Aflleck, Anderson, Connor, Harvie, Parkes' and Walker,. Dr. Trumpy (Health Officer), Mr. Gray (Shire Solicitor), Mr. Picken (Scretary),-Mr. Ryan (Treasurer), Dr. Hayes, Messrs. Hillard, M'Gratb, Friend, Wood, Rogers, Hanson, Chaffey, Harris, Rendle, J. B. .Witton, P. J. Smith, W. Alford, W...
His Attention Compelled. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
lila Attention Compelled. The rosy cheeked girl by his side laughed nervously when the horse kicked a couple of pounds of snow into her face. She was tremendously exhilarated by the crisp, frosty air. She fell to talking about the education of woman. "My parents" Her eyes sparkled. -"sought to train their girls for the battle of life, to make them" She rubbed the end of her nose with her muff. -"able to command' the admira tion"-? She was gazing across the white land scape. - "of inankind, to cultivate those qual ities"- The horses' earswere engaging herglance now. --"that will compel the attention, not to say homage, of woman's natural pro tector." It was thus I learned" " She leaned far forward to tuck the robe more closely about her feet. -"todrivei." And when she got the reins in her hands she was too deeply engrossed in managing the horse to notice that a strong arm had stolen about her waist.-Detroit Tribune.
GIPPSLAND RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
GIPPSLAND RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MIOE TO THORPDALE. Departure p.m. p.m. Moe .. .. 9.0 North Coalville. .. - - Coalville . .. 12.35 9.20 Narracan .. 12.41 9.20 Thorpdale .. 12.55 9.40 TIIORPDALE TO MOE. Departure a:m. p.m. Thorpdale .. 8.35 2.0 Narracau .. 8.45 2.14 Coalvillo .. 9.10 2.20 North Coalville .. - - Moe .. .. 9.30 2.40 GREAT SOUTHERN LINE. S l. UP a.m. p.1 P: ort Albert . 12.- Foster .. 2.0 Leongatha . 6.310 9 iluby .. 7.5 4.50 Kardella .. 7.0 5.5 Korumburra a 7.2 : .O 0. 7.33 5.40 Whitelaw .. .. 7.38 5.48 Bena .. .. 7.50 5.53 Jeetho .. .. 8.2 6.5 Loch .. .. 8.10 .20 Nyora .. .. 8.28 .0 Lang Lang .. .. 8.38 .5 Caldermeade .. 8.43 7.8 Monomeith 8.40 7.13 Koo-wec-rup .. 8.53 7. Kio-wee-rup W.; c c Tooradin .. .. .490.22 Clyde .. .40 7.58 Cranbournc .57 8.10 Lyndhurst.. .. 10.15 8 Dandenong a. 10.5 8. d. 10.17 8.57 SMelbourne .. 11.40 10 .5 DOWN a.m. 1.01. Melbourne.. .30 5.0 Dandenong 7. .10 Lyndhurst. .. 8.9 6.2 Cranbourn .. 8.14 .43 Clyde .. ..8.25 6.57 Tooradin .. 8.35 7.8 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
Business Advertisements. solWME1ESET 3'BrT_ C 1HER . The CHEAPEST & BEST Establishment in the Warragul District at which to obtain the Primest BEEF, MUTTON, &c. SPECIAL SALE DAYS-Tuesdays and Saturdays, No Inferior Meat on the Premises--Prices & Quality defy dompetion: EVERY VARIETY OF SMALL GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND. -One Trial Will Convince. W. MVIATCHETT, Wholesale and,Retail Butcher, Queen-st., Warragul. TO SUIT THEEE 'TIWES A. J. HARRIS, The well-known & well-tried Tailor, Has Just Received His New Winter Stock of Worsteds, Tweeds, Vicuna Serges, &c., &c. A. "E..J is now making SUvXTS at the following prices: Tweed Suits from 40s, Vicuna Serges 50s, Trousers from 12s 6d. The above is Well Cut, Well Trimmed and Well Made: We have also a Large Stock of Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, &c., at Prices that cannot be beaten. Note Address Business Notice. Bone Dust. Bone Dust. J. COCKBILL, Bone Dust Manufacturer, "EGS to inform his numerous...
THE Warragul Guardian TUESDAY, JUNE 19TH, 1894. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
arragnl snatbizn ' T.UESDAY'1j JUNE 19nr 1894 -LOCAL NEWS+. Farmers in and arounid Warri lir ipushing ahead iwvith e t hi lii cuttiihng, ,Mr: AP.1 ,k Myer9-witli his "iniachi?io'anid, staff of aids being kept busy fromul'?ylight till dark shaking out. the lihisks, tlihe engine whistles now' and again waking up the 'echoes for itiles. \ fr. Th k eklaberry, Lot3;Bun!?ll3u, is ;sliout t. tret fti large stack which is pronounced to be of. first rate quality. To-morrow evening in the public-hall the Warragul branch of the , U.A.O.D., ,will.lold their annual ball, .and-as the sale of tickets is greater than anticipated, a'numerous atttoudance is' assured. The 1all decorations are under thd super visioui of Mr. D. E. Small, whose well known ability in. this direction call for no further remark. 'Seieral Graiid Lodge olficers will be guests and lodge regalia will be worn and the old-time iDruidical dance in beards .ansd gowns symbolic of the drder will take place at midnight. The conit itte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
Auctioneers' Notices BuinBulnFortnightlyMarket SATURDAY, 23nI JUNE, 1891. TM. rAMILTON & CO. will sell by V public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock On account of Mr. M. Walsh, Dollarburn 24 Yearlings and 5yr olds, nrixed scees, in splendid order. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Ac. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 29rn JUNE, 1894. W MI. HAMILTON & CO. will hold their next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the ahovedate, when they will offer For Owner 13 prime dairy-fed Porkers For Mr. J. C. Iogers, Buln Buln 2 draught Horses, 5 and Gyrs old, good at any work 1 Hack, Gyrs 1 D.F. Plough, in excellent order, nearly new For Owner 1 draught Colt, 4yrs, thoroughly staunch, broken to plough, and very quiet Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul. and 120 Queen-street. Melbourne. Leongatha Fortnightly Market. THURSDAY, ...