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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 24 November 1881
Businesas Advertisements,. ROYAL H OTEL, WARRAGUL, R. L.. SCOTT, AVING taken the above Hotel, begs to inform the inhabitantsof Warragul and the h surrounding district that these large and commodious premises are now fitted up ll a the requirements necessary to afford good ACCOMMODATION to the public. VMarIMOS AD THE TFAVELLING PUBLIC WILL RECEIVE lEVERY TTEETION. Ales,'Wines, and Spirits, O-nly" kept. Cigars and Tobacco of the Finest Brands. One of Aleoek's best BILLIARD TABLES. An attentive GROOM. GOOD ACCOIMfODArTIO PADDOCK AND HORSES ON HIRE. SALKELD'S I LATE STUTT'S HOTEL, Corner of BOURKE & RUSSELL STREETS, T1tELBOURNE. - - -- :o:) - ABVELLERS and Families visitinM-elbourne, will find superior aeeommodation and all the comforta of a First-class Hotel C L U B H T E L. FOSTER-STREET, SALE. (Under the Patronage of His Excellency Sir George F. Bowen, G.C.M.G., and Lady Bowen, and his Grace the Duke of Manchester.) ViIsTORS will find every accommodation at tb well known oIrt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 24 November 1881
Stud Notices; TO STAND THIS SEASON AT MR. P. J. SMIITH'S FARM, CARRINGTON, S NEAR WARRAGUL, TUr PCRna-BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION CTOR is a dark 'dapplsedhay, rising 6 years old, stands about 16 hands 3 - i-- es i'holi hsit s-iifnmense bone and sp'en did action,is one of the grandest propor tioned horses in the colony, and has proved .iinself a sure foal-getter. E--Victor's sire was Victor (imported), and when two years old gained first prize at Stranrear Local Show; when three years " old be was first prize horse for Rhins of . l. -"iGloway district; when four years old lie to 'k a £10 prize at Gatehouse of Fleet: when five years old he again obtained a £40 prize at'the'sinei place, anid same year was awarded second prize at the Highland So ciety's Show, held at Sterling; also a silver 'medal from the Rhins of Galloway Society, as beingr the sire of the hest stock in the field. Year-old colts by Victor at Stranrear, S in 15(1., were first, second and third; also first for year-old fil...
WORKING IT OUT PRACTICALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
WOURKIG IT OUT PRUCTIcAL Some time ago two youn a uoder t ,"?hne father ha?d at-n ,ta o1 f1 r ea 'York which they had never seen t?' fiicy to go down there t for ap Bee, tf .sction ; and one of .thrw. wiT ex t ben?mall ee go in' the Chrch, tbo;u et Lien his elouetion y powers and n t ,pr same time benefit hb fellowmen by e??th blishing a Sunday-school in a lare deais summer honse on the estate. alt t from far and near were tskhdeh assemble, and did siemble to a consid. able number in the summer house on, 0 first Sunday afternoon after the invhtato .wasI.pomngated..? . Teir behaviour h ever, was anything but orderly or respet and the embryo clergyman got anextreme onpleasant impression of Yorkshire mS and piety before the lecture was oVer. Siy, not despairing, he cordially aked all prese to come again on the following Sunda which invitation, to judge by the tmult;n applause that followed, was acceptel by the entire coog?regtion. .Daring the weep happy thought occurred to h em-ton at ...
DER SHMALL YOUNG BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
DERS BHALL' YOUNG' BABY., So hel?o me grelposI?eeary . day, .I la ugh 'm e w ild to se der way " " : .. y small yohu" baby' dry to play- : '.' D"at fnny letlee baby! ' .. ?Whe I look on dbem leetle toes, Und sawdatfunn leetleiose! ' : Und heard der vay dtrLooster cras, . I shmile like Jvas grazy. Und when I heard der real nice ray Dbem beoples to my wire they say : "More like his father' efery day " I was so proud like blazes " Sometime' dhere comps a little shquall Dot's when the rindy.vld will crawli Right in it leetle shtomach shmall;i Dot's toe bad for der baby.. Dot makes him sing at night so sbweet, Und gareborie hbe must eat, - Und I must thumb sh.ry on my feet, To help dot leetle baby. He bulls my nose and kicka my hair, Und grawl. me ofer eferywbhere, ...Und shlobbers me-but what I care I Dot was my shmall young baby i ' : Arounit my head dot leetle arm Vas shqueozinig me so lce andvarm; Oh! may dhere never oom some harm To dot shmal leetle baby . S.Und rhen him getvoe leet...
THE MULE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
THE MULE Themuale is half boss and half jackass, and. then kums to a full stop, natur diskovering her mistake. ' Tha weighmore,, akordin to their heft, than any other kreetur, except a crowbar.' Yoh' kan trust them with enny one wh'ose' life aint worth enny more than the mules. Tha are reddy for use just as soon as they will da to abuse.' . Thl never hay no disease that a goold club won'theal. Tha are likesome men, very korrupt at harte ; i've known them tuobegood males for six months, just to git a good chanse to kick' someboddy. .. ' Enny man who is willing to drive a male, ought to be exemipt by law from running for the legislator.'..... Tha are the strongest creeturs on earth, and heaviest.akordin to their size; I herd tell or one who fell oph from the tow path, on: the Eri Kanawl, and sunk as soon as he touched bottom, but he kept rite on towing the bote to the nex stashun, breathing thri his ears, which stuck out ovrthe water abodt two feet siiiincli-; ii dirn't iee this did, ...
What Josh Billings Says. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
What Josh Billings Says. Thare ix lots at people who die ov old age, and haint got nothing else tow show tha they have e te lived. " ,. 5 A.,,oit "Loiags to one 'vff· "z$ ?m asA tla. .-I hba alruss notified t?at thare ix a'grate.. deal of good Ink in industry, aiid agratedeali of bad lnk in laziness. About all that we kan say orv most men is that they are lively dirt. A pedant ia a prty who has found ont, .b iirh Oad- t · sakO'4o?u foa m'.-and'iz alwas anxhus tow impress every one he meets with the importanse and solemnity or the pjhakl. . . Among the most vlaned of or private cor respondents is mark Twa5in. We received a letter from him lately, and we see no harm in making some extracts from it, and laying them before our readers The letter is strinkly a private, one, b?t we admire Mark so much that we fdon't thinklhe will be angry at us if we make public property of a portion of it. Listen Date Joss :-I think a very great deal of you, as a peronal friend, of long standing ; I admi...
MARKET REPORTS. WEDNESDAY, 30TH NOVEMBER, 1881. MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
MARKET REPORTS. - N?' ssr.AY, 30TH NOVEmtnER. 1?1. BY er .rCrBIC TELEeGRA]P . MELBOURNE?-?'ARKETS. MEssRS. Wa. . HAMILTON & Co. report for the week ending 30th Nov. :-Fat Cattle. 1547 yarded; there was a good demand for 'good and prime beef, which sold at an ad vance of about 10s. on last week's prices. Fat Sheep.-A large number yarded; good and prime quality sellifig rather firmner than lads week?. Fat Lamnbs.-Market was sup plied and prices fell about Is. per head. Messrs. A. M'Lean & Co. reporL--Fat Cattle.-tS50 head forward; the market opened about last week's rates, but fell to wards the close frim' 10s. to 15a. We sold I'Cole and Blreartoa's bullocks at iG' 10s.; Wrigglesworth's £6 is' - Daniel's at .7 to £9 2Is. Od.; averaging £7 4s. 3d.; calves at 35s. . GIPPSLAND MARKETS. Mlessrs C. Mackiutosh and Co. report: Fat Cattle, onaccount of Melbourne market, were lower last week than .the precious one. Store cattle were slightly easier, but we expect them to be up ...
QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET. There was about the usual Wednesday's supply of' produce brought to market this morning. There was a fair demand, and good samples of strawberries were very scarce and dear. The ruling rates were: Onions, dried, es. to 10s. per cwtl.; peas. 10 to'12s: do.; potatoes; 4s. to 5s: do.; straw berries, G6dto is. per lb. Dairy Proluce Butter 7d..to Pd. per Il; cheese, Gd. to Sd. do.; eggs, 10d to 1s per doz.; hens, 4s. to 5s. per pair; hondy, 'G. peB lb; turkeys. 10s. to 18s. per pair; hamns, Sd. to id. per lb ; bacor d. to Sd; do:
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
YIYELBOlRNE GRAIN MARKET. ETHE NEW ZEALAND. LOAN D MirncuN TIE; AGENCY CoPANnA (Limited) report: :.There was a full attendance of the trade at our usu~al 6eekly saie to-day, and brisk competition at the present level of rates for alll the .parcels submitted. Prices for all descriptions of grain show a slight decline on: the rates previously quoted by us. Below we give particulars: t Floii; is worth from £10 12s to £10 15u for country lots. TWheat has a fair trade demand. Prime is worthup. td's 4d; medium to good, 5s 1d toei 2d "'inferior tb'medium, 4 lid to Barle-y t e1iave no material clhange to report:- Prime mnlting is worth up to .-s Id, 'which'figaom we realised to-day; mre dium is worth from 3s 6d to 3s 10d. Oats.-Thesewith feeding grains gener. ally,, have. an easier- tendency. Fee,lin; qualities are selling from 3s 2d to 39s 2d, but little business.has been carried through. and it is diflicinlto qiuote. Maize has er perienceds'a iarked'ldrop in value. 'W, sold Gipps Land mai...
OUR ILLUSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
,,Thistwek LWe; giYve, In cgavlngoIth beautifut work of ,rt:offelrd by th. Frencb Ropublio to,:and accepted, by; the Victorian Government, as a memento of thenMelbourne International Exhibition. :It is a Sevase Vase, ofPgreat value1 and similarly with some other, presentations of: orei .Governments of alike character, is to be placed on a pedead talin one of the public buildings
The Warragul Guardian. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1881. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
THUhRSDAY. DECEMBER, 1,SS. The next'ordinary meeting of the Buln Buln Shire .Counil will e held on Pida° next, (to-morrow); - The Council of the B i ,hxin'-Aric tural Society will meet at Brown TrfClub otel, Buln Buln on Saturday,, lOtIn DeM.' ben', ? 3 pm. ... M Ir i. aiitin, C E., who has lately com. pletcd tho surveyof the line from Traralgoa to Bainsdale, hnas taken up his quarters in aVnoaul,??a;vingbeen nuthorised to survey the line froi? Waragul to Beerim. This /looks lilbe sineis. ! A concert in aid of the building fund of St Mark's Church, Waterloo, will be held on Friday next, (to-morrow), commencing at 8 p.m. in the Mechanic's Institute. We trust that the weather will he favorable, and that there will be a large attendance. It is necessary for us to again remind holders of elector's rights that the same .must.be renewed. on or before 1st Decem. ber; (this day). In another)column will be, found an advertisemeht annoininng that'tlie teachers in- State schools may commence t...
WARRAGUL RAILWAY TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
WARRAGUL U ILWAY ThiE TABiLE Trains arrive andldepaxt frum Warrrala, rive, 9 20; depart, 9 30. Evening,larrive,. 640; depart, 71. Morning--To SALe , "at rive71010 ' "rdeapart, 10 2. Eve niug,irLie 7 34; depart, 7 49. An additional train now eveMi.Wiru at 620 ani.; ixrzivijgnMebuil tO0
THE WEB OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
THE:WEB-OF LIFE. , My life; which was so strai ,ht nid plain. Has no.v hecoine a tangled skein. Yet God 'till hold. the thred ; i Weive as.l may; His haid doth guide:.. The shuttle's eournIl, howcver wide . The chain in wouf Lbo wed: One wesrynight, when years went by, I pliedmy loom with tear aid sighl It grief mlianiedl, untold? ut whein at l.st the aisrnii's.i gh t' Broke'on mvtsiitn,-pirs ant brighlt, Tliere 'gleiamed cloth ofb!: ::?d : And now I never loi m.i triit.. :: Weave as I may'-and weave I must--. That God'dotIhbld the thread; i ., - He guides my shuttle on it4,wiy, . SHe makes complete my. task each day,.-:. What more,thena, can be said
Agricultural. BOOKS FOR THE FARM. SHEEP AND PIGS, AND OTHER LIVE STOCK —London: Ward, Lock and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
f'-:)i ,.-. F B03KO" ¥OR' TUE.FARIW,.-.? ..,, SIrBaP'AND'PIO AND' OTuER'LIvB STiocx1 S.--London: : WardLock and Co., ', t This book purports to be a complete gulde'.t the breediig aid rearing of shoep~;plgs' at asses,.and males..It. belongs. to ,the pubshers' oeries of practieal handbooks relating to rural life The author, we a iiisfdrmed;- iWen en" en?nd .kie,'. biitio h?s ii hih'wdik nbt~'cintempIltkd instruction' to' the miibeid .of his own clas4 n'orelybiit had'in his'llind cotta6go~ who' pas 'ses bhti'a"slnglkpip?, or who,' by;,tho' keepteii bf n'few':sheep or' oti,-strive: to' alld'to 'thei earnings. The' various.brieds of each, elas'`of animals: are described;. as .well!. a!the general mauagementasuitab!o'to each, special care beina taken to point out. hw.incidental diseases. ma be treatd. The work gives ample evidenceof beinog tordughlj li~nictical. There ari?'saveia pictorial illustrations, ani ausefitl iaex.'r olW'TO Cudos:u' Di M ?AeAG Al'F.?.t R.-i Lohidoi :'Waird Iock' ...
INTERVIEW WITH CETEWAYO. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
INTERVIEW' WITH' CETEWAYO.I Mr. Noble, of the Blue Ribbon Tersande. Army;who lately paid'a visit to the. Capb, said, in a: speoeh.;-'tWhile at. the Cae I. had the privileg of an interview with. et-a wayo,.,~ the? late.. ZIu;ln.K ing.. From what I had heard I thought I was going; .to .see la man I who was apecially. made to.. terrify people, but.I Ihad occasion .to modify that opinion. Iwent with some friends and; an interpreter, and on.entering.the apartment where Cetewayo was.:I found. him with his attendants. He never allows his wives to sit with him. Some men in this country might like to follow that example. It would be a grand thing, however, for some men if they could put their wives.apart for soune. time,i to keep clear of intoxicating drink. To look at Cetewvayo one would take him for a black ' Climunt.' He received me in the most kingly manner. He did'not make free at first. The. interpreter introduced. me, and he rose an-i shook my hand..- He did not at all look es if he w...
THE BURNING MOUNTAIN IN TASMANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
THE BURNING MOUNTAIN IN TASMANIA. The reports received concerning the burn ing mountain in the vicinity of Snug River, about twenty miles south of Hobart, have excited a great sensationin the cit. NSoth ing further on the subject is definitely known. A reporter was despatched by the " Mercury" to the scene, and he and others attempted to reach the place, but it was found impossible to make any headway in the face of the dense mist which prevailed. Another start is to be made on Saturday morning. The glare of the light from the fires can be seen from the city. A curious fact in connection with the matter is that the river was again flooded during the night. At various times men from the craft trading down the river have reported seeing an unusual glare, but they did not speak positively, and little importance was attached to their statements. The corintry around the scene of this outbreak has been prospected for coal, and it is believed that the unusual spectacle is caused, not by vo...
LATITUDE UNKNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
LATITUDE UNKNOWN. Like lonely sailors on a foreicn sea, Without a compass and without a rhert, Uphelped by all their lore of seaman's art, Souls drift along In the vast mn.terr Of Love's companionl hip. fhiers cannot bo A solitude so paihloss as a heart. No undiscovered isles lie so apart From him who eeks. as lie the thought thst we ?Forever rearn to read behind deanrees, The doea eyes that we ore, and love to kips; Ah, well i But one thing matters to olur blis, So long as Love's aun goes not don, all skies Are clear; all shoresare friendl ; ttreasrelies On all; we shall not one sweet rharbor missi
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
Public Notices. BEGL td infoil' the Inhahitants of W arriiguil Andl-the surmunlidi dis trict that, " ha s CC 0,11 e ?M E D J3USINESS' as A BI NET :MAKER AND LTNDEP.TAJ ER. FURNITURE of every 'deaription on hand or nmad, to order. Doors, Sashes, Chlimnay Piees. 'Churelh Windlows and Seats, and imll kinds of Joinery Work i.nide to' ller.' COFFINS sapIlde at' the least possible notice. IMVRS. MVOURITZ, DRESSt[A KEli. MILLIAER ANT ,fANTLE MIAKER, (O-,,.?ite rPoyl Hotel) Two apprenitices wanted f.:r the dress malking department. RYSTAL' PALACE CiLOTHING AND TAILORING CO., i BOURKE STREET, EAST, 103 ELIZAB3ET. STREET, MLELBOtURNE. CANTOR & LOEL, Proprietors. The LARGEST &; CHEAPEST HOUSE fn NELBOURNE for EVERY DESCRIPTION of Ken's Youth's, or Boy's Clothing, for immediate wear, or to measure. ' -0- - CANTOR & LOEL D ESTRE to call the attention of their ulneroulR eotntry friends and the public generally, to the I3IMENSSE . REDUCTIONS they have lately made IN PRICES ...
THE SMALL BOY AND THE CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
THE, SMALL BOY AND THE CIRCUS. The small boy now looketh upon the d-ern poster when it is red, whit; and blue, ant h-. cometh intoxicated with delight. SFor wht is it which carneth more joy to the heart of a small boy than" the dead wall covere with p?sters . Echo mightanswer, adead-head ticket coveroi with the legend ".Admit One." And as the boy gazeth on the picture; of inde scrihab'e animals.'and upon the impossible antes of lightly-clothed men and women, his im?tin tion maketh all the pictures realities, aad'he a willing to stake his reputation as a marble player that the coming circus is the best in the world And he longeth t. go. .. Soon he. i joined by other boys of his ae, and they al gaze upon the posters and dein the heaunties theroe - -And they marvel among themselves. And one boy saveth ie has never seen wonderful a display ofcircuspetures. And they soon fall to speculating among themselves as t whether each. performer really, doeth all th things which he is represented ...
The Household. DOMESTIC COOKERY. PARSLEY SAUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 1 December 1881
_DOMESTIC COOKERY. BT MARY HOOPELR PARSLEY SAUCL Boil a pint of water. tirow into it a table. spoonful of finely-min ed parsley and half a rea. spoonful of salt, th a stir two ounne of flou mixed smooth ina gill of cold w,ter. Stiro ap the fire until it thickens, break intoit onenr two ounces of butter, and as soon as it is melted sule the sauce. S ASTRe D'BOTEL SACCE. Mlake as abore, and when the souce is taken offthe fire. add the juice of half a lemon. Ifth. .aid is allowed to boil with the pareley it w~ slil the colour.. PENCEL SACCL Sinely mince the fennel and make as psarer wauce. The richest sauce of this kind is made with the strongest rhicken broth, so strong, indeed, that it mar almost be called essence of chick'n, in combination with cream. It is not often. how ever, that a sauce of this character is made in ordinary kitchens, and the recipe we rive usually found good enough. Put two minted onions in a quart of oail, which boil untilit is redue'd to a pint and a hall Stra...