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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895
SAuctioneers' Notices , Buln Bln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, IB 2ri JAN., 1894. TTTM. HAMILTON & CO. will sell by ¥V " public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock Horses.'Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Ac. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 1"0 Queen-street, Melbourne Warigul Monthly .Market; FRIDAY, 8vu" FEB:, 1895. TW L HAMIITON-& CO. willhold their -next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear. of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the abovedate, when they will offer Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Ac. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-treet, Melbourne. LEONGATHA SALE. FORTNIGHTLY- SALE. Thursday, January 17, At One p.m. Sharp. W Mt. HAMILTON & CO. will hold their S next. Fortnightly' Sale of Stock on above date in Bair's New Sale Yards, Leon: gatha, in lieu of M'Cartin's, when they will offer for sale the following stock, viz.: Sheep, Cattle, Horses, &e. All Stock Advertised 'Free of Charge. ENTRIES INVITED, Addressed to, WM...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895
Busin es: Notices '? :."THe'. " "AMOWEITIRTN . COCOA." .....---.---;p--**- -%wartlgul Shoeing Forge IAIMERSTON STREET, Orrit l'est-li..., WARRAGUJL. - J)HN BUTTERS - uIIsT IBIZETAIElR .s IlOBSE-SIIOERI SCAlilEru A.N IlAR10iWS MAKEEli .c: I;UGGY L"UILDEI. - Shoeing 416, :56, 616. - SharLaid 316. L Colters 216 ocNG secured the siirices of Capetent Wheelwright, A des of Vehicles. can nw be IMade'and' lepaired on the Pircmises Aoze Lowest Possible Rates.. ins. Slli . , Skins. TIIlrEST Price given for 'Kangaroo, jJ- \all;abdl, r, a, bbit, Opposumand oI ls of Native Skins; alJso, BcsswajL? l erschair, Sheepskins, Sc. ' Cash n Delivery. No Commission or other Charges. J:N.W. TVITTHEWS, 3520 & 522 Lonsdae ltreet, ' West uielbouine.: TnF NATIO5NAL TRUST.EES, EXE. I CUT'liS and AGENCY' COMPAI'Y c! ALUTIAULASIA, LLMITED;' Capital Sul =crited, £150,000; Paid' up ;,:,; ,serve Fund, £23,100. D).u-:::s: lIon. N. Fitzgersid, M.L.C., chain;i: 1l;n. ,Wa'er Madden, M.L.A., W. Cain, I ,q ..lI'....
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, JANUARY 8TH, 1895. Passing Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 January 1895
ttrrrgnlI (uanr)i l WtHI WHIICH Is ImcoRPOMTED TUESDAY, JANUARY STru, 1895: : ;Passis g hgTdoughts Born of our Mellbourne contemporaries are agreed that the. Land Taxr Bill )vill' l rejected by the Upper House. f " the debate oil the second reading," I says the "Arg'us,', ,"'has preparedr the -public mind for the -rejection- of the imeasure' this, eekx" v-;,,whilst the :Government organ exprpsses a similar conclusion in the following vein : The Council;ap"pigtrs to have pretty ,c..ll I'adtp -iup -its'numid to reject the Taxation Bill, and althoughlit would not 'exetedits'constitutiboh'l rights in doing so. it will assuiime a very grave responsi. bility for the cdnfnsidil::tinl the disasters I likely to ensue. What the Government wants is'han imnmediate.supply of money. The money to be obtained ,from retrench- ment cannot be got into the Treasury ."ijthout considerable delay.. On . the other liand, if the Tax :Bill is passed, a local loani can be" floated at once on the siren;th of i...
ALL THE DIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
ALL THE DIFFERENCE. A poet takes a worthless sheet of paper, and by writing a poem on it makes it worth ,10,000 'that's' genius. Vanderbilt can write a few words on a piece of paper and make it worth 1,000,00dol - that's capital. The .United States can take an ounce and a quarter of gold aundstamp upcn it an '" eagle bird " and make it worth 20dol-that's money. The meclianic can take material worth idol, and make it into a watch worth 20dol that is skill. A merchant can take an article worth sixpence and sell it for one shilling-that's business. A lady can purchase a very comfortable bonnet for 10s, but she prefers one that costs £5-that's foolishness. A ditch digger works 10 hours a day, and shovels two or three tons of earth for ldol.-that's labor. The editor of this paper, says an exchange, might write a cheque for 250,000dol, but it wouldn't be worth one cent.-that's hard luck. " It was a severe punishment," said the father, self reproochfully, " but it answers the purpose. It k...
INSULTING A LOCAL J.P [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
INSULTING A LOCAL J.P At the Warragul Police Court on Tuesday, before Mr. J. B. Witton and Mr. A. E. English J.s'P., William Keeble, a young man living at Darnum was charged by I. L. Barrow J.P. with insulting him at Darnum on December 24th by calling him a liar. Mr. Gray appeared for the informant and Mr. Knott defended. It was alleged by the informant that on the date named he drove off his grass land on to the road some cattle belonging to the defendants' father. Whilst driving them along the road he met the defendant who asked informant where he was driving the cattle to. Informant replied that he was driving-them offhis grass and defendant responded. "You are not, you are a liar." This was not the first time defendent had insulted in formant and he simply wished to pre vent a recurrence of such incidents in the future. In cross-examination.by Mr. Enott, informant said there was some litigation between him and defendants father; and some time ago, but he entertained uo ill will ...
THE "CUSTOM OF THE COUNTRY." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
THE " CUSTOM OF THE COUNTRY." Mr. Downward, in support of his own case, in the petitibn against his return lodged by Mr. L. L. Smith, contended that there was no evidence of a corrupt intent. lHe submitted that there was a custom of thecountry that could not be ignored. It was customary to " shout" for friends whether an election was on or not. lHe should have "shouted" at Bnnyip whether an election was on or not. LHe did nothing more than the custom of the country absolutely compelled him to do. Had the petitioner been there he would have asked him too. There was no corrupt in tention,bqt simply a desire to be soci .,le,
ALL SORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
ALL SORTS. A racehorse 'galloping at full speed clears from -20 feet to 24 feet every bound. A Paris butcher has been charged with dressing a fine Angora cat and selling the 'whole to a restaurant keeper as lamb. Tottle (aged five): " I wonder why babies is always born in deo night time." Lottie (aged seven, a little -wiser): "Don't you know ? It's cos' they. wants to make sure of findin' the mothers at home." Among the Siamese the curious custom obtains of reversing the elbow-joint of the lft armnn as a sign of superiority. The children of both sexes are trained to reverse their elbow in this painful position at an early ago, if their parents are per sons of high grades. "Probably the returning oflicer re fused the witness's vote, when he said he was born in Heligoland. because he thought that a place with such a name wouldn't be a British possession," said Mr. Gaunson before the Elections and Qualifications Committee. . No loss than 300 robberies of wreaths, plants, buckets and fi...
WHOLESALE POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
WHOLESALE POTATO MARIKET. Mr. M. Glassford reports:--Best samples to £2 5s, new local kidneys, 55s; Roses to 35s. Onions (new) to £3 3s. A reform is about to be made by the Minister of Mines in the hope that it will be a benefit to miners. He considers that much of the surface area of leases held for quartz.miningmight be made available for working?niners either by the lessees surrendering such of the surlace as is not required, or by the granting of tributes on terms to be approved by the Miining de partment. This is likely to be a stipula tion in. future applications for the con solidation of leases. . You can aid your newspaper greatly by giving the local offlice your general printing; if you do not feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the newspaper your cards, dodgerr, billheads letterheads, envelopes and all business printing to execute. The news paper man needs it, and it helps him tp pay his printers for the thousand and one free notices that he gi...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
TELEGRAMS. Victoria.-To or from any station, six words or under, 6d.; each additional word Id. Name and address of sender and rreceiver 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 .Aunstralia. Ten words, 3s,; each additional word, 3d. New Zealand.-Ten words, 3s Gd. ; each additional word, Gd. The address and signature ot messages to New Zealand are charged for. United Kingdom Is 10d. pier word.
THE MORDIALLOC PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
THE MORDIALLOC PICNIC. When times were better than they are now no difliculty was experienced in making arrangements for a special train from Warragul to Mordialloc to convey a full load of excursionists thither. How ever, last year it was felt that the heavy guarantee required--34 10s-was an obstacle in the way, and the outing was discontinued. But as a number of people have lately been enquiring about the excursion, Mr. Round wrote the Railway Department a few days ago, suggesting that a modified excursion be undertaken'on trial, and in reply to ins letter the following has been received: Traffic Manager's Office, Melbourne, 7th Jan., 1895. C. H.lRound, Esq., Warragul. Smt,-In answer to your favor of the 4th inst., I beg to say I shall be glad to accommodate the excursion proposed by you from Warragul to Mordialloc at the following fares (2nd class, return): Adults ... ... 5s 8d Under 15 years ... 2s 5d Passengers to travel by 8.5 a.m. train (to which the necessary carriages would...
NEERIM SOUTH. SALE OF GIFTS AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
NEERIMVI SOUTH. SALE OF GIFTS AND CONCERT. A sale of gifts was held in aid of the funds of the Church of England, at Neerim South, on Wednesday evening, organised by the ladies of the church and the pastor, MIr. Kent, Mrs. Smith being secretary to the committee. The various stalls were superintended by Mesdames Smith, Naylor, O'Sullivan, Powell, the Misses Stephens (2) and Greenaway. During the evening a lengthy pro grammne or musical ite?us and recitations was very creditably negotiated, Miss Bredin being the principal vocalist. The hall was tastefull decorated for the occasion, and the rooni was, in fact, over crowded. A magic lantern exhibition was also given by MIr. Turner and Sir. Booth, and goods left unsold were dis posed of by auction, Mr. J. L. Parkes ,wcilding the hammer. The nett proceeds will be about X16, which is decidedly encouraging,
THE WARRAGUL RACE CLUB. THE PROPOSED NEW COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
THE WARRACUL RACE CLUB. THE PROPOSED NEW COURSE. A meeting of about 80 gentlemen -- . I------_-Lv ian,?"Varra gul, on Wednesday evening, who attended in response to an advertise ment appearing in this paper, signed by Cr. Connor, to take steps for the provision of a racecourse in Warra gul. Owing to a sad bereavement the convener was not present, and the chair was accordingly taken by Mr. JamesGray, one of the Vice-presidents' of the recently formed club. The Chairman explained the cause of Cr. Connor's absence, and remarked thathe.did not himself know what had induced Mr. Connor to convene the meeting. Ho (the chairman) had learned that the Agricultural Society had just completed the purchase of ,he Show-ground, consequently he presumed that- the Race Club would have no diffioulty in arranging matters with the society for the possession of the ground to constitute part of the proposed race-course with power to charge for admission. He thought that the best course would be to postpo...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11TH, 1895. OUR DOINGS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
THE SarttguI ararbian wiaT WiCh I I's rCO?orF.rTED She z' Inr}rngul eius. FRIDAY, .JANUARY lxu, 1895. OUR DOINGS TO DATE. The usual tueeting of. the Warragul Benevolent Society was held in the Shire. Hall, on Friday last, at which the follow ing members were present, Mesdames Fethers (President), :Trunmpy (Vice president), Hayes (Treasurer), Tregurtha, Harvey, Wilkinson, Anderson, Howell and Morse (Secretary). Minutes of last meet ing wvere read and confirmed. Accounts to the amount of £2 8s Sd were past for payment. Three cases were struck off the books. Visitors for the month are scriptions of 10s Gd each were thankfully received from Messrs. W. S. Iliffe, A. Knott, and C. Round. Tile next meeting will take place on 1st February. The annual concert and ball, in aid of the Mechanics' Institute, Bloomfield, will be held to-night, in the Institute. Dr. Trumpy, the public vaccinator, announces that there will be no vaccina tions until 81st March. A general meeting of the Delahunty App...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
VITALITY RESTORED CLEMENTS TONIC. TO THE RESCUE. TIRED NATURES KIND RESTORER. BRINGS BACK THE HUE OF HEALTH TO THE WEARY SYSTEM. A positive cure for General Debility, Weakness, - Lassitude, Headache. Diseased Livr and allDiseases aris ing from an impoverished : nervous system. LOCAL EVIDENCE THIlS. Mr. Thomas Edgeworth, Binalong, who writes on June 12th, 1893 :- About twelve months ago I was a great sufferer from indigestion.,- Tlie symptions from which "'I have suffered were great pains in the chest, especially after meals. I had no sooner eaten anything than I would have a violent fit of retching ; I could not retain anything on my stomach; the consequence was that I' became weaker daily, although I.had the advice of a doctor. and also his medi cine; I derived no -benefit from either. Seeing so much about Clements Tonic in every newspaper I took up, I resolved to get a bottle, I did so, and by the time I had finished the third bottle, I was thoroughly cured of all disagreeable sym...
FROM MELBOURNE. FREE-TRADERS AT VARIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
FROM MELBOURNE. (FROM OUIU OWN CORRESPONDENT). --0 FREE-TRADERS AT .VARIANCE. Owing to the advanced views of certain members of the Freetrade. and Democratic Association, therehas been a split in the free-trade camp. Mr. Murray Smith and a number of other members have seceded and formed the Free-trade League of Victoria. The last named body, and the older association, under the guidance of Mr. Hirsh, hold the view in common that the principles of free-trade are sound and irrefutable, but they disagree in other respects. The part under Mr. Max Hirsh favor but one system of taxation, i.e., the single tax, intended to extinguish all proprietary rights in land-to compensate land values so far as private ownership is concerned, to abolish all customs and other duties, and to siubstitute for them the single tax upon land. The Murray Smith school of free-traders, though equally strong in their denunciation of pro tection falacies, deem it inexpedient to revert all at once to a policy of pu...
THE DEATH OF "IMPOSSIBILITY." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
THD DEATH OF " IMPOSSI BILITY." Hereafter believe no man who tells you that such and such a thing is an • impossibility." The triumips of latter day science have almost enabled us to lift a corner of the curtain that veils shadowland, and, if it be " impos sible" to lift it high enough for a full view, one of ourscientistswill some day iniveit a telescope with which we shall be able to see beyond illimitable horizons, to allow the eye to pass through space as if there were no such thing as distance. The theory of to-day is the practice of to-morrow the idle dreamer of May is forging and hammering his dream with hard, cold facts in June; that which we think at morning we make at noon, that which it is possible for man to imagine it is probable for him to do; in a word it is impossible that any thing can be impossible. The "im possibility" is the creation of ignorance -it is the excuse of the man who cannot understand, and wherever education comes there the dogma of impossibility dies...
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
PARAL AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. The Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Company report :-Cheese.-Prime new cheese sold at 3Ad to 4d.; medium 2.d to 3d; prime matured, 4}d to 5d. Potted Butter. - Prime fresh at 5. d to Gd. Fresh Butter. prime dairies from Gd to 7d, a few spec:al lines higher; medium to good, from 5d to Gd, inferior lower. Eggs-selling at G?d. Bacon. - Town sides, 4.d to 5d per b ; country 3d to 4d per lb. Hams.-Town 5d to 6d per lb ; country from 5d to Gd per lb. Beeswax, 10td. Lard.--Bladders, 3d to 4d. Honey.-Fine clear garden sold at 3d; medium, Id to 2d. Carcase Pork, 33d to 4d. per lb; medium 3d. Poultry,-Tur keys, 5s to 13s per pair; geese, 4s 6d to 5s 6d per pair ; fowls 2s to 3s pair, accord. ing to quality; ducks, 2s to 3s per pair.
POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
POSTAL INFORMATION. E?oLISH MMAIS CLOSE AT GENERAL POsT-OFFICE" Parcles, 4.30 p.m. the day before steamer leaves. : Registered letters,'11.80. na.mn the day mail leaves. Ordinaryletters, packets andnewslapers -1p.m. day mail leaves. Intercolonial, British and foreign Parcles Post.-Limnit of weight, 11 lbs. Postage-United Kingdom, 2 lbs or under, Is. 6d.; each additional 1 lb or under, Od. India, 1 lb. or uilder, is.; each additional 1 lb., is. Parclcs aro also forwarded, via London to every colony 'and country to which the United Kingdom sends parcels. Rates and particulars can be obtaineda at any post ollice. GENERAL. Posted Rates.-lIland.-Letters.-Every= ounce, 2d.; urgent letters, 6d. additional. Intercolonial.-Letters.--Every half ounce or under, 2d. .iPackets.-Every 2oz. or nnder, Id. Booksiand nmagzines.-Every 4 oz. or tnder, 2d, Newspapers, id. 'Packets to New South Wales and Queensland, containing articles of any value, must be paid letter rate. Inland Parcel Post.-Limit, 7 ...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL' TO ' MELBOURNE. Dep. . a.m.. p.m. p.m. Warragul .. 11.9 4.35 7.55 -Droum .. 11.21 4.50 8.10 Longwarry .. 11.31 5.5 8.25 Bunyip .. 11.38 5.15 8.32 Garfield .. 11.45 5.23 8.39 Tynong .. 11.52 5.30 8.46 Nar-nar-goon .. 12.0 5.40 8.54 lakenham .. 12.9 5.52 0.4 Beaconsfield .. 12.25 6.14 0.20 Berwick .. 12.30 6.18 9.23 Dandenong .. 12.53 6.50 9.52 Oakleigh (a) .. 1.16 7.10 Oakleigh (d) .. 1.21 7.23 10.16 Melbourne . 1.45 7.52 110.40 METBOTTRNE 1T WO ARRAGUCL. Dep. a.m a.m p.m Melbourno .. 7.50 11.50 4.30 Oakleigh .. 8.22 12.30 5.2 Dandenong .. 8.46 1.15 5.28 Derwick .. 9.10 1.42 5.52 Beaconsfield .. 9.13 1.46 5.56 Pakenham .. 9.31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goon .. 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tynong .. 9.52 2.28 6.32 Garfield .. 9.58 5215 6.39 Bunyip .. 10.4 2.41 6.48 Longwarry .. 10.10 3.1 6.55 Drouin .. 10.23 3.21 7.10 Warragul 10.38 3.37 7.25 WARBAGUL TO TRARALGON. Departure. a.m p.m p.m Warragul 11.8 5.45 7.50 Bloomlield 11.15 5.52 7.55 Darnum 11:22 6.0 8.0 Yarragon .. 11.33 6...
CRICKET. PUBLIC SERVICE v. BURNLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 11 January 1895
CRICKET. PUBLIC SERVICE v. BURNLEY. -o- Last Saturday afternoon a contin gent of tne Burnley Railway C.C. paid a visit to Warragul, their object being to try conclusions in a friendly match with the Public Service. The game started at 1.80 p.m., the day being all that could be desired and the attendance of the public fair, Lillie piloted the locals, whilst Erring. ton acted in a like capacity for the visitors. The Railways went first to the wickets, and were all disposed of for 67, the only man who reached double figures being Holland, who, by faultless cricket, put together 43, and then carried his bat. The P.S. in their innings put up 87 runs--Davidson (20), Pickering (11), Lillie (19), Powell (19), showing best form. The' second innings of the railways closed for 54, Holland mak ing 16, and Sinclair 13, being the principal scerers. The second innings of the P.S. had only commenced-2 wickets for 32 -when the stumps were drawn. In the evening the visitors were entertained at Mr. E....