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Farm and Creamery Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

Ftrm'n, d Crealmery utter. Our best hotels, restaurants and pri rate customers pay higher prices for creamery butter because it is always uniform. On the farm there is often a lack of facilities, and first class butter cannot be made. Too much of it is made in the kitchen, and the cream raised right where it can absorb the odors of boiled cabbage, onions or other veg etables. Give the skillful fanner and his wife the facilities of the creamers, and they will produce butter as fine as or finer than can be produced 'in the M-ay cows-most of those from which comes tho cheap butter-are now run ning, ont and eating frozen grass and tdry cornstalks, foods tlht will not put flavor into butter, and the cows are what are known as "strippers"-in milk since last spring. The high priced butter, or most of it,is made from milk of well fed cows fresh in milk. All along in the journey of hbutter from the milk pail to the butter tub./ there is a chance for butter to pick ipt flavors foreign to its ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CRISIS IN ITALY. INTERESTING STATEMENT OF VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

rHE CRISIS IN ITALY. INTERESTING .STATEMENT OF VIEWS. Some time ago, before his fall from the favor of his Imperial master, and the collapse of his term of power, Prince Bismarck said, in one of those vivid phrases ifu which great men of action are prone to express a volume in one slash, that the next Euronean war would make the nations " oleed hke : calf." It was a remarkable and a terrible phrase. "Bleed like a calf !" The butcher hangs the newly-killed calf from a hook in the siA?nbles, and there it is pumped while the blood falls-drip ! drip ! drip - from the carcase, leaving the flesh white in death. As one reads the startling cablegrams that come trom Europe day after day one wonders whether the sanguinary simile of tue Man of Blood and Iron needs to be statedin the future tense at all. With Italy on the verge of national bankruptcy, through her ruinous expenditure on arma ments: Germany pouring out her millions till her people groan im anguish for the same reason ; Russia cru...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DAIRY SOUTHERN CREAMERIES. Dairy Prospects in the Mild Climate of the South. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

SOUTHERN CREAMERIES. Dairy Prospects In the Mild Climate of the South. The development of the great re sources fordairy enterprise in the south deserves careful attention for one rea son among others-that the mild winters afford the best opportunities for butter and cheese making, when all the north ens dairies are in enforced idleness or working under disadvantages on ac count of the cold weather. There are creameries now at work in Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, South Carolina and" North Carolina, and there is no good reason why this should not be the case even in Florida. Butter made in the winter might be shipped to northern markets and to foreign countries, where the prices paid are enormous. This foreignii business is now in the hands of the Danes and French, and those countries do not possess the con veniences that are found in the southern states. The feeding is so cheap that butter may be made for ten cents a pound, and the profit from the manure that would be made, and...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR LETTER BOX. We distinctly wish it to be understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] STRAY CATTLE NUISANE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

OUR LETTER BOX. We distinctly wish it to be understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.l STRAY CATTLE NUISANCE. Sen,-Do the Council intend doing any thing at all to put a stop to this vexatious wandering cattle nuisance ? It is getting simply unbearable, and, despite thile numerous complaints, not a Councillor has moved to remedy the grievance. It is a crying shame, and it is pretty evident it is time an election was drawing nigh. It has occurred to me that people sustaining damage by these destructive creatures, would have a good action against the Council seeing that they are supposed by bye-law to prevent the nuisance, and yet make no attempt to do so. It is a case of contributory negligence, and I should not be surprised to find the point tested in the law courts,-Yours, &c., GARDEN DESTROYED. [Councillor Parkes informs us that, owing to the:repeated complaints made by different people about the town, and in the ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES. "WHICH NOBODY CAN DENY." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES. "WHICH NOBODY CAN DENY." -o Have you heard this question the doctors among, Whether all things from a monad have sprung, This has lately been said, and now shall be sung, Which nobody can deny. Not one or two ages sufficed for the feat, It required a few millions the change to complete, But now the thing's done, it looks rather neat, Which nobody can deny. The original monad, our great, great grand sire,. To little or nothing at first did aspire, But at last to have offspring it took a desire, Which nobody cai deny. This monad becoming a father- or mother, By budding or bursting procured such another, And shortly there followed a sister or brother, Which nobody can deny. But monad- no longer described them well, They're a cluster of molecules now or a cell, But which of the two doctors only can tell, Which nobody can deny. These beings increasing grew buoyant with life, And each to itself was both husband anid ,wife, And at first, strange to say, the.two lived...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ABSENTEEISM IN GIPPSLAND WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

ABSENTEEISM IN GIPPSLAND WEST. Sm,--I was much pleased with your tollingand well-written article on "Ab. senteeism in Gippsland," in your issue ot Tnesday last. These gentlemen need re minding of their obligations in this respect, .and a few such articles in your journal, which is now fully recognised as the lead ing paper in Gippsland West, will create quite a flutter in their " absentee" dove cote, and must eventuate in ultimate good to the district and to the men whose just claims you so ably advocated. You state, and rightly so too, that" the Legis lature must sound the funeral knell, of absenteeism," but the Legislature will not move in this direction until it is com pelled by the force of public opinion, as expressed in such convincing articles as the one under notice.-Yours, &c., S FLiT JUTITIA RUAT CoSLUS.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FROZEN MEAT INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

TIHE FROZEN MEAT INDUSTRY. Sm;t-Judging by the interest that is at present being taken as to the exportation of frozen meat from this colony, it:seems to be.of great importance that our far mers should realise the advantages of such a trade. The present depression existing 'in Victoria, and felt by every class, was much worse a few years ago in New Zea. lanid, and their present prosperity is no doubt owing to the immense trade in frozen meat between that colony andEng. land. We can better judge of the large proportions this industry has reached when we learn that no less than 30 steam ships and 12 sailing vessels are engaged. in it. 'The New Zealand farmer can now get .16s for the same classs of sheep he had difficulty in getting 7s and 8s for be fore this' trade began, and when we take into consideration the severe winters the New Zealand farmer has to contend with, 'we should be in a position, with our cli mate, to produce the sams quality of sheep at a much less cost. A!shipment ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YARRAGON COAL MINING COMPANY. PROSPECTS OF THE BROWN COAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

THE YARRAGON COAL MINING COMPANY. -4-e PROSPECTS OF THE BROWN COAL INDUSTRY. --o- A well attended meeting of the shareholders in the Yarragon Coal Mining Company was hold on Wednesday evening in the Protestant Hall Exhibition. street. Mr. W. T.- Carter, M.L.A., presided, and, inl moving the adoption of the directors' report and balance-sheet, explained the history of the movements which led up to the appointment by Mr. Outtrism. when Minister of Mines in the last Government, of a special board of experts to determine the standard of value of Victorian brown and black coal as compared with the Newcastle article. The directors had had several trials of the company's brown coal made, which clearly showed that it was a safe and economic fuel, and if used on the Victorian railways would effect a consider. adle Laving in the working expenres. It was gratifying to find that the trials so far made showed that when brown coal was used in conjunction with black coal the former became a most u...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NARRACAN BOARD OF ADVICE. ELECTION RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

NARRACAN BOARD OF ADVICE. ELECTION RETURNS. --o- The following are the results of. the election of the -Narracan Board of Advice:- Giblett *·_; 8O'~ - Wilson:.. . ... 80 Stanton ' 78 Fisher.. ... 71 Stranger .. Devino .. 67 Cole ... ..5: Poie''.:? .. 15 The first five named candidates are therefore _duly elect d.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A RUFFIANLY FELLOW. HE FELLS HIS WIFE. AND JUMPS ON HER. SEQUEL: THREE MONTHS HARD LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

A RUFFIANLY FELLOW. HE FELLS HIS WIFE. ~-0- AND JUMPS ON HER. ---o SEQUEL: THREE MONTHS HARD LABOR. A case involving gross ill-treatment of a wife was heard at the Warragul Police Court, before Mr. Cresswell, P.M., and Mr. Barrow and Mr. Smith, J's.P., on Tuesday, when an elderly, grey-haired, heavy-framed man named John Byrne, a market gardener of Longwarry, was charged with com mitting an assault on his wife, a feeble, decrepid, harmless-looking old woman of 65 or 70, on the 18th inst. Sergeant Hillard conducted the prosecution, and the woman, in evi dence, said the accused quarelled with her because she would not take more than a certain quantity of beer to drink, and after threatening her with violence knocked her over the head with a chair and felled her to the ground. He then jumped on her and seemed to dance on her until she screamed out and appealed to him not to kill her. She was half dazed by the force of the blow and as soon as she came round she crawled on to a stretcher...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Packing Fruit. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

Packing Fruit. For the information of fruit exporters the Agent-General has sent to the Minister of Agrie culture some hints gleaned from two of the leading green fruit brokers of London as to the manner in which produce of certain kinds should be sent to market. Apples should be forwarded after the system adopted in Tas mania, which, it is said, cannot be improved ,upon. Orange ought to be packedl in caMseo 2.0, 440 and ti60 reepectively, antd should ho marked distinctly as to whether they are firsts, seconds or thirds. On no account should the contentsof cases be mixed sizes. Oler.goa and lemons should be carefully wrapped ie paper, and a sheet of paper should be insertrd between each layer of fruit. Only lair and large. sizedlemons should hbe forwarded, as there is. no demand for small ones. Thoe rokers strongly advise that the export.slon of grapes should be left severely alone, as likely tocause those sending them heavy less. It ie best to pack them in sawdust or gr~~nd cork, b...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARRIAGE OF MR. J. E. MUNTZ. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

MARRIAGE OF MR. J. E. MUNTZ. The 'Gippsland Standard,' Alberton, reports that a wedding, possessing more than the ordinary amount of interest for local and district residents, took place at the Anglican Church, Port Albert, on Tuesday morning in the presence of a number of the bridge and bridegroom. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. H. A. 3etts, the contracting parties being Miss Ethel Blackburn, niece of of lrs. Williamson, Port Albert, and Mr. J. E. Mluntz, C.E., engineer of Narracan Shire. But this gentleman will be kindly remembered by district residents for the assistance he afforded to objects of local interest, during his sojourn in South Gippslard as engi neer for the railway contracting firm of Messrs. Geo. Buckley and Sons for two years prior to opening of the third section between Toora and Port Albert in January 1892. At the ap pointed hour the bride entered the church in charge of her cousin Dr. Annand, of St. Kilda, who subse quently gave her away; Mr. Ge...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Defence of Pugilism. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

A Defence of Pugilism. Dr A. Conan Doyle, the well.known novelist, writes to the London "Daily Chronicle" a vigorous letter in defence of pugilism. The author of " Sherlock Holmes" eas : Might I be allowed to eay a word in reference to your paragraph which re marks that the prize-ring never produced heroic qualities ? The poor ring has so fallen from its former dlory in theeedays ofcrossed fights and paper talk that we may at least allow it credit for what it has been. It bred a race of IMEN OF INDOsITAcULL COUKRGE AND ENERGY. I cannotunderstand how anyone acquainted with their record can doubt it. At Water. loo there was, as far as I know, only one professional pugilist on the field-Shaw the Lifecoardaman, who, had he lived, would probably have held the champion belt of England. The Homeric combat in which Shaw and ColonelKelly fought back to back isnowa matterof history. It was said that ten lancers and cuirassiers were cut down by him before he was shot. The number of the first-c...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Novel Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

A Novel Contest. o- The latest addition to the attractions atthe Royal Aquarium is of a novel character, con sisting or a shaving contest, which (says the London "limes" of the Sth ult.) is to be continued day by day until the 13th. The competitors are "Teddy" Wick, of Chelsea, and William Lloyd, who is trying to wrest the " championship" from Wick. The latter has never been defeated during the last 16 years in shaving contests, and performs many curious feats. The contest began on Monday in the Imperial Theatre, the annexe to the Aquarium, and was preceded by a display given by Wick's little daughter, a child of tender years, who shaved five men in Gmin. 42sec. The fourth man sheshaved in exactly one minute, and the fifth man, with one hand behind her back, in a minute and a half. In the contest which followed the conditions imposed were silence, ex pedition, and cleanliness. A distinc tion was laid down between the cutting of pimples and gashes. There were plenty of candihates for...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Friendly Warning. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

A Friendly Warning. o. Deacon Lightfoot and Deacon Olmstead were brother ollicers in the same colored church in a Kentucky town, and while the former was fond of slipping around a smoke house in the night time, the latter had a hankering for chicken coops. One day they met on the street. "Look a heah, Brer Olmstead," said Lightfoot warningly, "you is got ter be mo' keerful how you foot 'round dem hen coops, you is." Deacon Olmstead was greatly shocked. "Whaffur you talk like dat ter me, Brer Lightfoot," he responded, " I apee'taint no wusoen stealin' meat." SHunh," said the other; " you dean kno what you talkin' about. Ef you steal a chicken, do chicken's gwinter holler an' you is gwinter git shot an' bring reproach on de churcb. but who ebber heph a ham holler?" and with this knockout argument lirer Ligt. loot passed on.-" Free Press." Miss Ray Frank, of Oakland, California, is shortly to be ordained as a Rabbi of the Jewish Church. She will- be the first of the sex to occupy much ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK. Fat Cattle.-1,630 yaided on Wednesday comprising 200 from New South Wales, 1000 from North-Eastern district, 200 from Gipps land, 100 from the westward, and rest from North-western district& near town. Quota tions : - Prime pens of bullocks, from £7 15s to £8 10s; good do., from £515s to £6 10s; second and lighter, from £4; prime pens cows, from £4 to £5 10s; others, from £2 5s to £3 7s Gd.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEERIM SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

NEERIM SOUTH. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) -0 The annual concert and ball in con nection with the Neerim South Mecha nics' Institute, took place on Friday, 26th inst., and was a decided success. The ball was nicely decorated for the occasion by the committee, who were very fortunate in securing the services of Miss English, of Ballarat renown. Messrs. French, Complin, and our relieving station-master, Mr. Marshall, were particularly good in their comic songs, and Mr. French deserves great praise for his rendition of "I was always chilly." Miss English's pieces were splendidly given, and were quite a treat to listen to. Mr. Andrew Mel drum occupied the chair, and fulfilled the duties in a very felicitous manner. Taken altogether a most enjoyable evening was spent. At the conclusion of the programme, Mr. Lacey moved a vote of thanks to all those ladies and gentlemen who so kindly gave their services. One thing he regretted, and that was the absence of their old friend, the Rev. P. J....

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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Hints to Irrigators. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

Hints to Irrigators. -. - Different kinds of soils require different methods of'irrigation. A person who learns 'hows to apply water in one locality, may have everything to learn over again if he move to another neighborhood. A sandy loam requires one system, while a clayey loam requires another; and these two systems have many modifications as there are many modifications of these two classes of soilr. Many other questions also enter into a doter mination of what should be adopted when irri gation is to be practised. A sandy loam takes the water very rapidly, hence a large stream of water must be used, and that should be run for a short time only. T here is just as much judgment required in irrigation as there is in pruning trees or drying fruit. It is very easy to overdo the watering of the orchard or vineyard. The tendency of the neophyte is to ever.irri gate. He seems to think that if a little water os good, a lot must be much better. If growers were to irrigate less frequently ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRAGUL ATHENÆUM AND PUBLIC LIBRARY. ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS ELECTION OF OFFICERS. THE PUBLIC HALL QUESTION. THE LADIES AND THE BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

WARRACUL A HENHIUM AID PUBLIC LIBRARY. ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS -0 ELECTION OF OFFICERS. 0--- THE PUBLIC HALL QUESTION, THE LADIES AND THE BAZAAR1 The annual general meeting of subscribers to tlhe Werragul Athenteum and Public Library was ield on Wednesday evening, and was attended by Mr. J. Arundel, (President), and Messrs. Hillard, Mann, Rickard,, Hancock, McCarthy, Butt. Webb, . J. Jones, Round, Collier, Wilton, Harris, Harvey, Iliffe, Dodds, and Lilley, with Mr. S. W. Polack (Sec. retary). Mr. Arundel having been voted to the chair, the following REPORT for the past year was read by the Secretary: Our year of Office having oexpired, wo beg to submit the following report for period ending 81st D)ecember,183. By the loss of the Shire Council ,as tenants,at the end of March last, your Institution has suffered an irreparable reduction in revenue to the extent of £.3 per annum. Owing to the continued depression and want of funds, only a limited supply of new books (5?) has been purc...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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AN INTELLECTUAL SNAKE. A STATE SCHOOL INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 February 1894

AN 'INTELLECTUAL. SNAKE. .. A STATE SCHOOL INCIDENT. -0 An intellectual and scholastically inclined :snake is indeed an extremely rare speci men of'the animal kingdom. Nevertho "loss we heard of one the other day which showed evidences of latent genius and who knows but that he might have attained great distinction if his career had not been 'cut short and his body consigned to an early grave by a too severe application of the schoolmaster's cane? The nuelancholy incident happened in the Crossover State-school, of which Mr. Lloyd is the head teacher. As before stated the snake was impelled by forces well known to learned men and though not seen by the naked eye are none the less powerfiul and real. Drawing near the schoolroom his snakeship's attention was arrested by the earnest and musical voice of the teacher, who at the moment was thoughtfully solv ing an arithmetical problem, totally un aware that a distinguished and enqtuiring mind was in such close proximity. Not quite satisfi...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And West Gippsland Advertiser
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