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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
GENERAL. Postal Rates.-Inland.-Letters.-Every ounce, 2d.; urgent letters, 6d. additional: Intercolonial.-ILotters.-Every halfou nceu or under, 2d. iPackets.-Every 2oz. or under, Id. Books and magazines.-Every 4 oz. or under, 2d, Newspapers, Id. tPackets to New South Wales and Queensland, contanining articles of any value, must be paid letter rate. Inland Parcel Post.-Limit, 7 lbs, Rate 21bs, or -under Od.; each extra lb., ad, by special stamps at the P.O. All Countries Outside Australasia (which for postal purposes includes British New Guinea, Fiji, and New Hebrides) Letters-For every 4 oz. or under ... 24d Post Cards ... ... each ldd Reply Post Cards .. ... each ad Newspapers (for United Kingdom) Each Newspaper, 4 oz. or under ... ld Each additionat 2 oz. or fraction therof ... ... ... id Newspapers (for places outside United Kingdom) 4 oz. or under ... ld (A) Commercial papers, 5 oz. or under, 2id Fach additional 2 oz or under ... Id (n) Printed papers (other than news papers), fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
Public Notices. N. E. SHAW IS desirous of informing the public of Warragul and District that he has OPENED BUSINESS in Smith-street, as TINSMITH, Plumber and Gasfitter, and hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit a share of their patronage. All Repairs Promptly and ChEaply Executed, Warrazul Bakery. SMITH STREET, WAIURAGUL. S. BUTLIN, Baker, Pastrycook & Confectioner. DESIRES to notify that he has Purchased the above-named business from W. Lochlin, and hopes by strict attention to business, and supplying a good article, to receive a share of public patronage. Bread delivered to all parts of Warragul and surrounding ditrict. Small Goods of the very best quality, Picnics, Tea-meetings, and Balls Catered for on the shortest notite. WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY. - Town PmcEs. - The Al Butchery Co., WARRAGUL. The above Company will commence Business as Wholesale and Retail BTTTCBHER?S, In SMITH ST., Warragul, on Thursday 1st March. The Business will be under the Management ...
DISTRICT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
DISTRICT COURTS. --0- Courts of Petty Sessions will be feld at undermenuioned places for the year as under: YARRAGON. - Secon'd Monday in each month at 12 noon. Summonses issuedpre: vious Monday. WARRAGUL.-Every Tuesday at 11 a.m Summonses issued daily, except when the clerk is at other courts. DROUIN.-W-ed. in the 1st and 3rd full week in each month at 11.30 o'clock. Sum monses issued previous Wednesday. BRANDY CREEK.-Thursday in the 2nd full week in each month at lla.m. Sum monses issued nrevious Thursday. CONTIGUOUS to Warragul Railway Sta tion are the "Guardian" Gas Printing Works, which are replete with modern machinery
NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the Narra can Shire Council was held in the Council Chambers, Moo, on Friday last. Present: President Campbell, Ors. Branigan, Bilson, Hunter, Williams, Crisp, Lloyd, Stanton and Powell.: ,CORRESPONDENCE. From A. Cakebread,' Shady Creek. re dangerous" state of, culvert and approach to. the bridge. "He has been nearly, overturned three times. Engineer to attend. .From Gippsland Municipal Associa tion, re programme for next conference to be held at Rosedale.-Received. From Public Works Department, stating that it was reported that Council was spending portion of the grant for road to Fumina settlement, on a track not intended by the Depart ment.-Received From Public Wourks lDeipai'tme?t, naming a route ,from Fumiia to Neerim North for proposed -road to the Fuminea :.Village Settlement.--Re ceived. From Emily Griffithsi, Melbourne, re alleged overdue rates' on block. Arrears written off. From R. Riseley, Geachville, asking for paymient. f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 19 June 1894
Pioblic 'Noticese YWiter Goo ds Wiqter Goods ANDEI SON : RE '"NOWk\ SHEWVINGL A ,N aid Extensive.!:. ¶sAssortment of -Mantles,? Jackets, Dresses;d Millinery. :AND ?nderclothing '--", EOR THE ENSUING SEASON. AU Departments -' iRE-STOCKED - with New &6 Fashionable GOODS. CHEAPEST &lt;HOUSE FOR Boots .and Shoes 0i---o----. Anderson Bros., Victoria-st. Warragul. You admit thiat Life :Assur ance is botlh desirable arid col mendable, then why assure in a second or third rate ollice when you have the option of taking out a policy in, the Australian : utuitd P'royident Society, whose : S success is unparalelled in the Shitory of Life Assurance. Its Accumulated Funds now amount to £12,000,000, making it one of the largest in the Bri tislh Elplire. It declares larger bonuses than any other ollicedoing busi ness fin Australia. SWarragul Representative : , W. Cu ,ri . ?,r".L, O;c.sus. Office, of wihmn fornis of proposal can be obbtained. Fii?i ie:. : Furniture. -0--- - Warragul ...
The Silk Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
jj, The Silk Industry. A. ccording to the census figures, the Silk manufacturing industry in this coun try grew wonderfully in 10 years. In 1800 goods to the value of $69,000,000 were turned out as against $34,t500,000 in 1880. The number of lhands employed here also increased fromu about 81,000 to 51,000, and the number of spindles have expanded from 508,137 to 1,254,708. Philadelphia Ledger.
Culture and Politeness In Caracas. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
C ultare and POliteneCss In Caracas. `.Caracas has .a public libnrarwhichi Thlibietterclass of citize isre'iot only edicated'ns w 'tiddrsifid th'e'word; but naccdmplished " to- dtegree' iiot' com-, ,mon in.North America. .Both sexcs are i alo.to speak three or four languages be sides their own and iare well on p in art and nussic. As for. politeness, there aro no eisch peoploe under the sun. When ever a. Venezuelan, male or female, writs'a lefei, whilietherto a dear frieind di;.stranger, he or she invariably con dndes it with the w uords, Bea, esma jpe, "Iris your halds, andd' whenever Venemizeiemau entletnan meets Inlady, whetl hr it bd"his'a weethdeart or. his grahidmother, he 'hasteis to assuiro her, :that he is "lying at l-her feed."-Fhnnie ,BilWard. .im h, ,c;.:.t'
How Corn Was Ground at One Time. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
'How Corn WTm Gronud ast One Thm. CThe watermill is older than tho wind mill, but prehistoric :corn-such wheat; for instance, as Pytheas, the first trav eler from civilization to Great Britain, saw tlioe natives.of Kent drying in large sheds on account of thenbsence of sun was ground in hand mills, as is still done in the east. Quernes, as these mills are called, nro frequently found in the cycle pean underground dwellings of Scotland. Their simplest form consists of two thin circular stones, the upper of which is pierced in the center and revolves onea wooden or metal pin inserted in the low' er one. The grinder dropped the grain intothoceitralholowith onohand, whiloe the other caused the upper stone to re volvo' by meins of a stick insertedl inni small hole near the edge. '"Thelaborionsness of this operatio.is wellillustrated by a story told of Colui ba. He was studying undei St. Fiinian, and every night on which it fell to lii lot to grindithe corn with the querne 'he performed h...
THE Warragul Guardian FRIDAY, JUNE 22ND, 1894. LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
THE larragul &narbian FRIDAY, JUNE 22so, 1894. LOCAL NEWS. Pressure of local news has crowded out the leader and other items. Messrs. W. D. Leslie and Co., of Sale, are the successful tenderers for the ostock of tlhe late C. Kendall Esq., Corner Shop, Warragul. The premises will'be reopend on Tuesday next, the 20th inst. It is announced elsewhere that the stock must be cleared out regardless of the retail rates. The firm's advertisement speaks for itself. An interesting interviea with tlhe nwly-appointed . manager of the WarraguLT Butteor Factory will be found on the fourth page. M.r. R.'Wells, portrait and landscape photagrapher, of Victoria street WVarra gul, desires us to draw attention to his notice in another column. Mr. Wells is propared to take single or group photos at his residence at the above-named address, or of residen:es where required. Specimenis of Mr. Wells' skill in thebo art niay be seen iii the town. The degradation which accompanies excessive drinking an...
A Skull as Big as a Bushel Basket. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
A Skull as Uig as a Bushel Unseor. One'of the most remarkable finds of gigantic human remains of which we havo any record was that mado at Paler mo, Sicily, in the year 1510, when an en tire skeleton of unheard of proportions was unearthcd by somne marble quarry men. These mamuToth remains nmcns nred exactly 34 feet from head to foot. and 0 feet 2 inches from point to point ol the shoulders. A stone ax buried with this old time giant may still be seen at iPalerumo in section "Z" of the St. Isorent museum. It is made of a bluish look lug, fine grained bowlder. and appears to be about 9 feet 8 inches long by 1 foot broad and 0 inches tlhrough in the thick est place. A musty, rusty looking tag attached to the relic informs the visitor that it weigh . 53 pounds, but the general verdict is that it could not weigh overc 80 or 35 pounds. The skeleton was burned by a mob in the year 10063 during the p revalence of the black death at Palermo; the igno rant, superstitions people beliqving tha...
ALL SORTS. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
ALL SORTS. LOCAL AND OTHEIRWISE. A nomad inamed Walwa Pensa, has been before the Castlesitai e Coiurt nearly 100 tines, chietfly for drunkenness. Problem!l What has been th1ecost to the State ? Whales in Hobson's Bay. Excitilng harpooning adventures, and ultimate escapoof the visitor with a weapon in its side. Soume siartling facts quoted by Mr. Shiels in Iis lecture on Bimsetallisn. See extracts elsewhere. A nIw draipery ficin in Wirragul--W. D. Leslie and Co., of Sale. A' party of mrry Oddlfellows benighted at lokeiby early on Thursday morning. Thely got through, you bet. A new benefit society at Neeerit South. A sign of progress ind thrift. ;Potatoes clown to .iL 15s, onions .10. PI'otato trucks countermanded at N eeriun South, owing to fall in prices. Thoe Nerim. South saw.mills-1Iapli.. eon's'aiida Fuhrmnan's-are pushing their tram lines into the forest. The little folks of Crossover (close to the station) .want a ' netw state schiool, aud ithey oighlt to limet one. Talk about ...
DISTRICT COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
DISTRICT COURT. Courts of Petty Sessions will bb eld at undermentioned places for the year as under. -1 YABRRAGON. :econd Monday. in candi month.at 10 noon. Sumsoungecri edprer vioun Monday., aoin .ASRRAGUL.=Every Tuesday at 11 a.m Sumnionses issued dailexccptjiheu'n the clerk is at other courts. DIROUIN.-Wed. in the 1s"itid'3 full week 'in s ch hmoithTat 11.0 o'c . Sum -monses issuedjirevious dy. BRANDY,ClEEK.-Thurnsd3 in thc 2nd `lullH eck in each month at.Jl3 m. Sum imonse issued reivious Thursday.' 4
LOCAL DRUIDS BALL. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
LOCAL DRUIDS BALL. A GREAT SUCCESS. ,,The \l rragul branch of the U.A.O.D. celebrated their third anniversary by the holding of a ball in the Public-hall. on. Wedtiesday evening last. The affairvwas a most pronounced success, upwards of 40 couples doing justicoe to the excellent music provided by Messrs. Dodds and Daglish. The hall and auto-rooms. were tastefully de coiated, ferns, flowers, Chinese Ian ters, bunting and grasses being pro fusely lavished at every vantage point, showing conclusively that artistic taste and skill had been brought to bear to.make the effect produced. At midnight eight of the local officers, attired in beards, hoods and gowns created quite a stir by their appearance, and who, having secured partners, formed themselves into two sets, when the first set of quadrilles was danced in solemn silence. Representatives from the local Mi.U.I.O.O.F. and A.N.A. were present, and regret was expressed at the inability of the Grand Lndge Officers to be present, duties ...
NEERIM SOUTH. THE FIRST BENEFIT SOCIETY. AN EVIDENCE OF PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
HEERIM SOUTH. THE FIRST BENEFIT SOCIETY: -0 AN EVIDENCE OF PROGRESS. --o-- columns,. a movement was initiated some little tilme ago having for itsn ultimate oliject th6 establishment of a branch of the Manchesfer Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows at Neerius South. A little enquiry elecited that there were a number of residents ready to enroll themselves as nmembers of this powerful and hitherto eminently successful benefit society,.pro. viding a dispensation was secured for a local lodge. The District officers G.M., Bro. Tatnall; Pro. D.G.M., Bro. Symonds; and Pro. C.S., Bro. Thomas, paid an oflicial visit to Neerim Sovth, and were fully agreed that they would be justified in autlhorising the formation ot a lodge. The, Loyal Neerim Lodge was duly opened oni Wednesday eveoning last, by Prov: G.M., Dro. Tatnall; Prov. 1DGM., Bro. Symonds ; P.G., liro. Jones; and '.G., Bro. Allert. After the usual for. malities 141 noulmbers were duty initiated. A letter was read from Iro. G. J. Tu...
FOOTBALL. LOCAL CHALLENGE CUP RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
SFOOTBALL7 LOCAL CHALLENGE CUP;! -0-- RIULES. 1. The Cor shall be called the "Ross" Challenge Cup. 2. That it shall be open to all clubs between'IBcrwick and Traralgon, both' clubs inclusive, who shall enter on or before. the 26th May. ? q 20. All piflayers must be boei fide mdmbers of the club they play for A bond fidec player shall be one who is either a resideht of the prescribed district or who' shall satisfy the delegates of his bonk tides. 4. No playce 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 tic for the Cup, the final match to be played on the Warragul ground. 7. All protests must be made on the ground and forwarded in writing to the secretary of delegates, and to be received by him ion or before the Wednesday following the match. 8. All protests must be nccompanire- by the sum of Sf., which, in...
OUR RIVAL BUTTER MAKERS THE DANISH FACTORY SYSTEM. CONTRASTED WITH THE VICTORIAN. A CHAT WITH A DANISH BUTTER-MAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
"OUR RIVALBUTTERI MAKERS THE DANISH FACTORY SYSTEM. -0 v CONTRASTED WITH=THE VICTORIAN. A CHAT 1THsA DAt9SlH3UTTER The farmers of "little" Deoanrk have given Victoria a long start in butter making. Wihout a doubt they cai pro duce butter of a quality second to none in the whole *orld.'; panishT butte Is the one rival thal th'oAistrilianwhaiiilob has got to face, and the product of the Vic torian factory will have to be raised to the esume sitaidard of excellence or the future development of the industry in these lalitudes must necessarily be very doubtful of accomplishment. The Danish factory butter being recognised as the best that Euroji can produce, it will be profitable and instructive to examine the uiethods adopted to produce such a satisfactory article. Mr. Bock, ithe manager of the Warragul Butter Factory, is a native of-Denmark, and came to Victoria about two years ago. Mr. Bock has had the advantage of a most careful training. Reared on his father's farm, he swas sent to, ...
A CAUSE OF DEPRESSION MR. SHIELS ON BIMETTALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
A CAUSE OF DEPRESSION MR. SHIELS ON BIMETTALISM. Mr. Shiels, 30.L.A., leader of Hlor Majesty's Oppositioni, lectured on the " Depression, its cause and its cure" on Monday evening. This question is fast coming to the front. Here are some of Mr. Shiels strong points: The fall in silver had effected a tremendous contraction of the pur chasing power of silver. The world's silver to-day was£808,000,000, and the demonetisation of silver had caused this to fall by over £400,000,000. Since 1873 the silver standard had been swept away, and thus one-uhalf.of the standard money substance of the world had been destroyed. Standard money substance had now to find a new relation to goods, and in finding that relation we were face to face with depression. -Lord Roseberry three years ago had declared that bimetallism was one of the most important questibns of the day, and this vieiv vas borne out by Lord Salisbury, 'Dr. Goselhen, Mr. A. J Bialfour, and Mr. Lidderdale, as well as several of the Roth...
General Debility. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
General Debility. The term Gereral Debility Geans a depletion -of vital strength, a general break-up of the coporoeal health. due to over consumption 'and awastiig away of the life giving constituents of theo blood and nervous tissue, really a wearing out of animal structure. If your life is worth saving it is ,worth your while to treat your case thoroughly.. If it is worth your while to treat your disease at all, it is worth your While to continue the treaitment until your. health is thoroughly re established; you may feel alright after the few bottles of Clements Tonic, so prompt are its remedial and curative effects; but amiedicine no matter how good cannot banish disease in a week, the seeds of the complaint will still remain in your system and break out afresh if you do not thoroughly cradicate them. 1Doit forget that a relapse is twice as difficult to cure as the original attack, so if you want to get curedl give the remedy a fair chance and recovery is certain. Clements Tonic...
YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
YARRAGON.. (FROM OUR. COnRRESPONDENT.) -0 Winter is with us now, that's certain.:' We are being treated to col& winds, sedvere frosts and all the. other paraphernalia attending the'iviwitry season. One thing in favor of dairy farmers, so far, this winter. is, the, pastures are fairly good, and stock in strong condition to meet a 'cold rainy spell should' 'suchl prove to be the unavoidable order of things:'" I was shown ai nice specimen of solid gold the other day by a YXrragon shareholder in -the Mallacoota mine, thi sample, which was represented to me as the results of a trial crushing of a few tons of 'stone, eperiumented on at 3Ballarat with a view .to: testing the gold yielding nature of the mine. Tho'sample must certainly be a 'good one, as the gold dbtained 'issaid to be worth over £4 per ounce. Yarragon' ineeds a few gold miners or richashareholders in gold reefs 'to' increase our circulating medium, and' 'tis hoped either one or: other will come to hand ore long,, fo...
ACTION AGAINST THE BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 22 June 1894
ACTION ACAINS TH SBULN SHIRE CU A Strezlecki Archibald IHdson Coitr5or,1 an action at the \"\ rio1: Court yesterday b0eforel Judge Worthiington, rIi sum of £L 17s (;dl reo.in Buln lButl, for tlon following works:-Ialsa contract No. I3/S, Ierricroe 17s Gd; extras due illn O erkr the above contract, tj i] and labor done in clcarin l of road leading to 0icrltd bo Korumburra, at 50s per ch the work being done in t 1890 and 1801. t1 Mrr. Grenfell appeared fo and Mr. 'liugi defended. In stating the circtuml. Grenfell said the corntri ita was entered into oil trhe it 1890, and was finished exception of clearinoertn, the 6th August-nith iil specified for the ceompletici contract. The trees were ,. cleared, but when the plaintif his claim for fintal Council declined to layn an reason for the refusal Wi to the extras, they Were allOsl: by virtue of a verbal contrac plaintiff and the shire eiitr-l time-Mr. IRowan-and tc Overhead bridge was also htn verbal agreement with the, For the defence, M...