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RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
PECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WAIIAGUL. .-0 LICENSES. J. Cowan G. Henley Mt. A. snfrert .i. G. Mowley Al. J. Iltlcheson W. Hewitt A. Ilutecheson C. lohler H. A. AMapleson J. holder W. (ouse T. N. Johnson E.. S. Spencer L. Johnson J.T. S. Spencer J. Keogh A. Wrightt WV. Kelly S. Chandler . G. Kirllaed A. C, iron J. Kelly II. Fish W. L. Kneale T. Gapces F. S. Laver Thorpdale South .1. Larkin Creamnery F. I. Lemupriere E. Weeks 1'. F. S. lMusgrave 31. lulcare ). l.nrclie G. Napier it. JMoore I. W. iienlton W. G. M'Gown W. II. Gardiner C. J. 11'nrdie W. iieilby II. Neill A. C. Grooms F. Newbury F. A. Foxanll C. M'oenxie W. G. '.Tong F. Nicl S. LaverLc A. J Nichiolson S. Adkins W. O'Neill C. Adkins 31. O'Neill J. Aslhby . O'Neill 1'. aker .1. 11. Potter A. Buttelrworth 11. Price Ci. Boirkel T. 1'ilkington C. L. Power T. C. Parker J. T. ar n sgrove .1. F. aolls J). 31. Boyd W. Ititehi J. A. Boyd WV. lowley J. Colhen .. Slorn T. Carter 31. Stark T. 31. Clnrk 1'.J. Sheridan G. Charlton T. Smoith ...
For Street Cars. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
For Street Cars. If it ware only possible to adopt an Ameri can method in Melbourne the passengers on our street cars would have every cause to feel grateful. For its introduction would prevent all those disagreeable jolts and jars that are now so unpleasantly felt when the car wheels pass over uneven rail jointse. And not only that, but it would also save the expense of fish plates and bolts, and also the dangerous and unsat isfactory practice of chipping and filing the joints aforesaid. But there are naturally ob. jectione that at once present themselves against its instant adoption here, not the least of which is that it has not as yet had sufficiently extended and exhaustive trials in the land of its incep tion. The idea is a very simple one, and consists in casting around the joints of the rails a body of molten metal at, of counrse, a high temperature. This is effected by tem porarily securing around the joints a menld box (previously heated), and into it pouring the hot metal...
"A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
"A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE." This well-known homely adage is true in general cases-but, a stich in your side wastes time; especially if it results from a Torpid Liveri. Warners ' Safe" Cure is in valuable for all diseases of the Liver. WVe have thousands of testimornials to this effect. Pain is in your back or side; jaun dice: nausea imperfect digestion; headache; depression and drowsi ness; spasmodic pains in the Stomach -mean a.Torpid Liver. If ,'any of the above symptoms ,rouble you, take Warner's ;' Safe "'' Cure, Do not delay. Sold by all Medicine Dealers. Remember the adage, A Stitch in Time Saves Nine.
Electric Plant for Wineries. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
Electric Plant for Wineries. We have to go from home to learn. But if wine prodneurs in a benighted country like Algeria can find economy in the use of an electric light and power plant in the pre paration of their product, one would naturally incline to the belief that under some conditions in progressive Ausntralia the same advantage would be found. But at a larce winery establishment at Abziza, in Algeria, a combination electric light and power plant is now in use, with a boiler and steam engine as the first motive pow er0. This steam plant provides sufficient elec tricity to drive seven electric motors, which range from two to ten effective horse power. A one ton crane is driven by one of the motors which elevates the cases containing the grapes from the ground floor to the beht ing room, three of the motors being re quired to operate the beaters and pressers, and the remaining three being coupled direct to the centrifugal pumps which circulate the must in the tuns.
THE FLAX INDUSTRY. 2000 ACRES UNDER CULTIVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
THE FLAX INDUSTRY. 2000 ACRES UNDER CULTIVA TION. On Friday last a large number of gentlemen responded to the invitation of Messrs. Cliff and Bunting, of Blackwood-street, North Melbourne, to witness a trial exhibition of their recently manufactured machinery for breaking and scutching flax. Amongst the visitors were representatives of both Houses of Parliament, includ ing Mr. Harry Foster, Minister of Mines; Mr, N. Levi, M.L.C., and Messrs. Craven, Dyer, Gray Beasley, Sangster, Rogers, Longmore and Prendergast M.L.A., Dr. D.E. Martin Secretary for Agriculture, and Mr. Knight Government agricultural expect,accompanied the parliamentary party. Mr. Cliff and his staff explained to the visitors the nature of the machinery, the work it was capable of doing. and its adaptability to colonial requirements. Samples were " breaked" and scutched before those present. After witnessing the different pro. cesses the visitors were invited by Cliff and Bunting to partake of a glass of wine, when M...
Overhead Letter Cars. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
Overhead Letter Oars. An undergrocnd pipe is connected between the Melbourne Post Office and the Exchange for the conveyance between the two places of letters and telegrams, and in the future it is intended to connect the Post Office and the Spencer street railway station in the same way. But in America, at Chicago, they are carrying all their correspondence between the Post Office and the Illinois Central Railway Depot, not undeground, but over the tops of the houses. Since a steel wire cable (3-Sth of an inch in diameter) is sup ported on posts between the two places, and paseesereby on the streets below can see the letter-laden cars travel over their heads as they ride or walk thronch the busy thorough. fares beneath. The carriages are made of aluminium, and although capable of carry ing no less than 5albs of letters, telegrams, and newspapers, etc., yet they themselves only weigh 321bs each. Ball bearings are used, and the electric current is transmitted by a trolly running on a...
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
"PUNCH" PICKINGS. It would seem that Melbourne girls are establishing a "record" as beauties in the great capitals of the world. Madame Saville, I am told, is in Paris and Brussels as much admired for her loveliness as her vocalisation. Mrs. Evarard Brown (Miss Chirnside), created quite a furore in powder and patches at the Countess of Warwick's fancy dress ball, and it is owing to Ethel Haydon's extreme prettiness alone that she achieved a distinct success in "Dandy Dick Whittington" for on her first appearance, owing to illness, her charming voice was not heard to advantage, and a London paper, which cruelly said she was " all hoarseness and nervousness," had to admit that she was as "lovely as a lily in sunlight." Owing to all this chatter of the beauty of our local belles, a popular London illustrated paper has set its Melbourne repre sentative on to secure twelve photo graphs of Victorian loveliness for publication, and in spite of the fashionable photographers, the repre senta...
Sale of Gifts. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
Sale of Gifts. A miniature sale of gifts was held by the Christian Endeavor Society in the Wesleyan schoolroom on Tuesday evening in aid of the circuit funds of the church. The produce stall Ras managed by MUrs. Sargeant, the fancy stall by the Misses Gully, the refreshment stall by Mrs. C. J. Jones and the lower stall by Miss Sargeant. There was a very good attend ance, and at intervals during the proceed ings selections wero rendered by the choir, Miss Rickards and Miss Elsie Richards sang a duet, liss Maggie Iillard and Miss Clara Gully contributed songs, Mr. Butt recited and Mr. Hillard read an amusing paper on the Now Woman. MIr. C. J. Jones. the President of the society, performed the opening ceremony and the financial redhlt was of a very satisfactory nature.
Passing Valueless Cheques at Warragul. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
PassingValueless Cheques at Warragul. Three Warragul tradesmen have this week been victimised by a plausible rogue namedAlesander M'Pherson, who induced tenm to accept and cash cheques for various amounts under false pretences. Mr. Carpenter, fishmonger, cashed no fewer than three and his employ6 cashed another, their total value being about £8. The cheques were drawn on tihe Colonial Bank, Moe, and were signed by M'Pher son. They were presoented in due course, and have each been returned with the endorsement, " No account." Messrs. Walker Bros. changed a cheque for £1 under similar circumstances, and Cash and Co. one for £2. As soon as he received the returned cheques by the evening mail on Tuesday, Carpenter reported the affair to Sergeant Hlillard, who took a description of the accused, and, suspecting he had left Warragul that night by the train leaving at eight o'clock for Melboorne, immediately wvied to the Dandenong police, describ ing the impostor, and requesting them to sea...
Warragul Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
Warragul Presbyterian Church. A social. promoted by the young men and women of the church, was held in the Masonic-hall on Wednesday. 'evening. The attendance, although small, was not such as it would have been had the weather not been so bad. Everything passoedoff very successfully, various games were indulged in, Messrs. Anderson, Blacker and Hancock being prominent as caterers inthis branch, whilst the follow ing lent aid, either by songs or recitations, to make the evening. a pleasant one: Misses Boyd, Storie, Rickards, and Messrs M'Neil, Chapman, Aspinall, Dunlop, S. Bolton, F. H. Small, W; G. Gibson, and Hancock. The young ladies special department was with the provisions, and the abundance of the same and their varied character testified to the zeal they had displayed. A pleasant evening was spent by all. Miss Bolton accompanied the singers on the piano with her usual ability.
TURF AND FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
TURF AND FIELD. The result of the public matG held at Caulfield on Monday lui;L: which a resolution antagouistietat totalisator was passed, has cau.5 siderable amusement to the rre community. The company appel' have been sulliciently satistied the chairman's eloquence to 5al' as fact such a remarkable state:? for instance, as that tc s flourished best in New South \'t" which deduction is siegularllY variance with the facts that aehiet S:A.J.C. Adelaide Cap meenal, Adelaide Racing Club's meetitg a' the Onkapariuga meertig each c sulted in a big success, fiitalci and otherwise, the A.J.C. Syd tIt meeting was attended by overSW iug financial disaster. 'The CauI chairman's treatment of the totdi1 question '" from a moral point of as equally interesting. After poit out that " betting was an aduit1 evil," he wsnt on to state tha legislation of the totalisator in0 certainly sooner or later result total siperession of the bettisg, formed his hearero that the u tunate ring had actually loot ...
Wesleyan Quarterly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
Wesleyan Quarterly Meeting. The quarterly meeting in connection with the Warragul Wesleyan Church was held at the Parsonage on Wednesday, and was pre sided over by the Rev. A P. Bladen. Various business matters were discussed and dealt with, and at the close of the meeting it was resolved to place on record its appreciation of the, action of, Conference in appointing M.r. lladen to the circuit. Mr. C. J. Jones, Mr. J. Cppelsnd, Mr. R. Hillard and others, spoke of the newly-appointedgpastor in very complimentary terss and especially emphesised his ability as a preacher, and his fresh and interesting treatment of the sub jects upon which his sermons were based. The Coal Creek miners have coinme out on strike.:' Thlere are close on 400 men ppoployed at the mine. and the' wages shpet repyosents nearly £2000 a fortnight Thuns th closing of the mine- means a loss of £800 a day in wages to the place,
Forthcoming Departure of Mr. M'Grath. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
Forthcoming Departure of Mr. M'Grath. When the position of Clerk of Courts at Geclong was announced to be vacant Mr. D. F. M'Grath, who held a similar office at Warragul, applied for the appointment and was successful in his application. He will accordingly leave here on Tuesday.,next. Mr. M'Gratlh has been a resident of this district for the past eighteen years and if for no other reason, he certainly deserves the promotion by virtue of his lengthened stay in this locality. Ho is one of the best known and most familiar figures in the district and in the discharge of his duties at thoe localcourthas won the respect of the legal gentlemen practising there from time to time and the esteem of the various Magistrates and Justices who have occupied the Bench during the many years *that Mr. M'Grath held his oflicial position in the town. He is also held in high estimation by the public generally. and the news of his forthcoming departure will be received by them with considerableregret. H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
A sunbeam is a small thing, yet it has a power to fade the carpets and curtains, to rot the blinds, and for this reason some folks carefully exclude the sunshine. What is the result ? The family is always ailing, the young girls have a waxen white akin and a weary, pinched expression of coun tenance. Their appetites fail, they fall into such a bad state of health that the doctor Is called in. In olden days he would have ehaken his head perhaps, and friends would have whispered that dreaded word "de dcline 1" Nowadays he notes the pale gums and waxen skin and says "anaemia;' prescribes iron and milk, fresh air and exer cise, and often a change. If he knows nothingabout the darkenedrooms, he willbe puzzled as to why no permanent improve. ment manifests itself, and, possibly, the patient will seek ether advice.-Medical
HE INVESTED ONLY 7s 6d. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
HE INVESTED DOLY 7s 6d. There is a man who has spent the past twenty-five years of his life exploring for gold and other minerals in Queenslanj], New South Wales, Victoria, Tasumania, and New Zealand. He has no doubt picked up some monce, yet he says that the investrent of 7/0 brought him in 'bigger returns than any other lie ever made. Yet, hold on a mintite. Don't let itus jump to the conelusion that we can all got rich out of the proceeds of 7/0 till we hear further from this financier. He hIas a humorous way of puttinig a serious thing, for which we should like hin all the more. Some folk have no idea that sound sense and getnuine firn are twin brothers, but they are all thbo same. Our friend's name is William Bromfield Peck, and Its lives at lussell, New Zea land, a long way off. 1He Isays it is a lovely country, and intends to stay in it thet balance of his days. As lie landed in Australia, from England, in 18iG, lie lhas been there long enouglh to know what he is talking abou...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, JULY 5TH, 1895. Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
THE Waantagurl (ýuardl~ian WIII WHICH II ISCOrPONATED c~fit W ilara ut akin' FRIDAY, JULY 5TH, 1895. Notes and Comments. Those who contemplate flax grow ing, and there are many men travelling up and down the country looking for suitable spots, or those already engaged in it, will regard with interest this item. Mr. J. J. Wilson, a linen manufacturer in Belfast, Ireland, who is endeavoring to advance the cultiva tion of flax in Victoria, mentions that last season a grower in the county of Antrim procured from less than two acres of land 100 stones of fibre, for which he obtained from a Belfast spinner 16s per stone, or a total amsount of £80 from his two acres. So fine was the fibre that it was spun into thread estimated as sufficient in length to encompass the globe. The agricultural statistics have proved a greater disappointment than almost anyone expected. An average of only 81" bushels leaves us only a gross return of a little over 11,000,000 bushels, and as we shall require 9,0...
THE YOUNG FOLKS A Tender-hearted Arab. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
THE YOUNG FOLKS A Tender-hearted Arab. Said Ali Ben Hassan, a kind bearted man, " I'll treat my poor camel as well as I Can. "To temper the heat, I will shade the poor fellow With my second beet, apple-green, cotton umbrella. " With apair of blue goggles, I'llehield his poor eyes From the glae of the. sun, and I'll keep off the flses. "And cool him at times with my big palm leaf fan!" Said Al Ben Hasan, a kind-hearted man. -By FEDmucu B. OrpEr. -0
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
Seit,-" Another Protestant,-" ait afraid another inhoculatedoneto o.d against a public counssemoration o Battle of the IBoyne. \hy do nt t kind and considerate " people r-e from taking part in the public wort God when they can do so priatei their own hearts, I can wornhit Ii, my own heart even when in the ,:si the plough. Yet, I deem it a dutt-:L part in rendering homage to i -ic pnblic worship assembled, in accord His holy word. In like mannter Ic consider my profession of protestar. sham if I shrank fromi the duty of c - year publicly acknowledging c is goU d in preservlung ny roligion and fried conscience, which were sectredtoitt out exception by the defeat of the dm King James on the banks of thie historic Boyne. I.rotstatnts ah offence at other people's celcbratic' awhy should they when inone is e:i: to be given, and I trust all a Lt: read, and will read, my letter;: insertion of which, Sir, I givre best thanks) will freely aclqulit sae et desire to stir up strife. Th esea cele...
"Sport-Worship." SERMON BY DR. TORRANCE. CRITICISM OF THE CYCLIST. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
" Sport-Worship,' ,:RMON BY DR. TORRLty. CrITICISah OF THE CTCLLt At St John's Church, Melbaonre, rna.. vwe ino, the Rev. Dr Torrance cce, Sr.s o; sermons on popular vie, i tcin '.Sport-worship." e Hetooku ` 1 e- .'c 13. Ifthere Rsoneshadyý ~. in thu Bible that described more=L ~ ithan another a chief characterittef1*. we, ani especially of life in telbno, thit chcsen as histext-"Loversofim , A etmcW,'r visiting Ourrcit ona rubrle hi witld, nu doibt, be elmk by the 'lc u ..ureo" aspect of the people. Acii.e r T, were flung to the winds at ttebhel, rIT irt lemseflves *re. Sportndato t ot- rthemselhiphe gooand usefo tatty to h witFrhip e held to be oalie as 1 jtr . othig. In speaking mofetetrhl Jrred riefly to outdloorasport, ed 1 t do r.iott in by the rmre pite" Eto acc. eothcity of every rnke and gnr oprt- wornhip he meant theti no i iro petus indulgence io a ceoiriesir .eesement whereby pleasure hnlato uand that which should be o alrejJ ting in human life became the hd alh object o...
OUR LETTER BOX. [We wish it to be distinctly understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] THE BATTLE OF THE BOYNE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 July 1895
OUR LETTER BOX [We wish it to be distinctly uer; that we do not inecessaril upiold to views expressed bycorresponet ntl this heading.] eoirLlofldtt3 THE BATTLE OF TIIg b OTY TO Tif EInITOP. Sbt,-Mr. Jalmes Birtnu 1i) regret," has noticed 1my lett t re issueno of Tuesday week re tile 1 0o3 anniversary of the Battle of th10e°d Warrgul. iHe starts awey bl '°03e a question, Viz., " Is any soo p gained," etc., and thou inuuediath311 what seems to hi1m to be ioke t attained, the keeping up of 0 feeling between a very smnll arafl31s1 the protestants and their fellSetion , men." I think I made pi' comp former letter the object of toii o1 eclebration, and all I need seee and if thlerelis any ranceour eingen red ii on the one side, as I an fully pe1i3 that no protestant has any ill-rill o against any of his 'fello or p,1 m15n." With reference to oU n Biram says about havin gainedlkt over a foreign army, o nd so ' arie might have been worth colaue torah1V :Ah Mr. Birain, this is just 1llira1 o...