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PLEBISCITION PROHIBITED. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 12 July 1898
PLEBISCITION PROHIBITED. The hill which has just passed its first reading in the Dominion Parliame:nt to t:ke a plelisc'ite throughout the w\lhole of Canada upon the quie?tion of prohib itory liquor legislation, i: (says the "New York Nation") of consideabtl-, in terest. not only to the advocates ',f tem perance legislation, but also to constitu ional theorists. It is certainly some what of a new departure frol a. (consti tutional point of view, for the biii ,ro poses to submit to the vote' of th)ls- en titled to the Dominion franc(his. :?imply the question: "\Are ye'u ill favor of the passing of an act prohibiting the impor tation. manufacture, or sale of spirits. wine. ale, beer. cider, and all other al coholic liquors for ase as bxverages?" C iaadian legislatures, it is true,. are not debarred from delegating their func tions. for, as the English Privy Council, which is the final Court of Ap peal for the whole empire, has decid ed. they are not in the position of mere delegates o...
LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM. ADVENTURES IN A RAILWAY CARIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 12 July 1898
LOVE'S YOUNG DREANI. At\V I.NTT RES IN A IAdl %VA\ CARIAGE. Tihe I'rCe-nL passage of Easter reminds me of an odd adventure North which be gan one mad March night during : joulr Iney from Noirth to South, beginning at the town of Preston, Lancashire. hiaving adjusted my warps and made my.vIelf comfortable in the corner of the lhird-class carriage which my porter had iet me. I took stock of the three other ipasseners who occupied the other end Sof the .onmpartment. A big. lusty, fresh 1'uinking fellow in stout tweeds, and wear ing a Scitc,"h ears, was seated with hlis fa'c, towardtfs the engine; a young lady and a young gentleman faced him, the y.,r?ng gentleman having the corner, the lady resting her head on his shoulder. "'L,?\v' young dream." hummed 1--for I wa~i ofIt down South to be married, and t w\\:a in the sentimental-mood. Rattling, I clattering, shaking,; shivering, trembling 2 of the train drowned the-air. Rather a 1 hard. cynical-looking fellow, mumbled I. Not an uncomely...
APPLE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 12 July 1898
le APPLE BLOSSOMS, id it Only a spray of apple blossoms, fresh d and fragrarant and fair, dropped, per b* chance, by a merry schoolboy while has e tening to his play. There tlhey lay on a secluded corner of the busy-street, unnoticed and unharm d ed, while tl:e soft May zephyrs gently r fanned the delicate petals of pink and "white.. A young woman was languidly cross .t ing the street. Her dress betokened shabby gentility, while the careworn d face sItowed unmistakable signs of for e mer beauty. She might have been hand e some still but for the pinched and hag r, gard look. which told plainly of a lhard e struggle with that gaunt and eruel wolf e -poverty. r She spled the blossoms, and mechanic e ally picked them up. S"Ethel will like them," she murmured 1 tenderly, pressing them to her cheek. r "She is so fond of flowers!"- A tender - light shone fil the dark- eyes at the thought of her little golden-hairedf girl. "Apple blossomrns! Oh!" r She pressed one small hand to. her I bosom...
WARRAGUL SHIRE COUNCIL. GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL "ASSISTANCE." SOME POINTED REMARKS. RED TAPEISM. TREE PLANTING ON PUBLIC ROADS. A COUNCILLOR WANTS AN OUTLET. WARRAGUL STATE SCHOOL: INADEQUATE SUPPLY OF TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 12 July 1898
WARRAGUL SHIRE COUNCIL. GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL "- ASSISTANCE." SOME POINTED REMARKS. *- RED TAPEISM. TREE PLANTING ON PUBLIC ROADS. A COUNCILLOR WANTS AN OUTLET. WARRAGUL STATE SCHOOL: INADEQUATE SUPPLY OF TEACHERS. A meeting of the Warragul Shire Council was held on Wednesday when there were present-President Parkes and Crs. Stockdale, Anderson, Harvie, Smith, Rogers, Caunter and Butler. CORRESPONDENCE. From B. Stanton, Warragul, refer ring to the bad state of the footpath ait the east end of Queen-st., from the ('omnercial Hotel towards Mr Dillon's property. It required two or three loads of gravel. The crossing opposite the Commercial Hotel also required one load, as it was unfit for traffic in wet weather. T?ihe President remairked that the t,.itp.aths throughout the township re quired attending to badly. Cr. Anderson suggested putting s?\veral of them together, and calling tenders for gravelling them. The President: Yes we have only spent £20 in contracts in the Central Itdiing t...
DERIVATIONS. O. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 12 July 1898
DERIVATIONS. O. The prefix "O" before so many of the names of Irish families is an abbrevia- tion of the word "ogha." meaning grandchild. METRE. The metre is the tenth-millioneth part of a meridian line drawn from the pole to the equator, and is 39.7079 English inches. "MRS. GRUNDY" is ap hrase from Tom Morton's "Speed the Plough," a play which dates from the end of the eighteenth century. in the first scene a Mrs Ashfield shows her self very jealous of neighbor Grundy, and her husband says to her. "Be quiet. always ding, dinging Dame Grundy into my ears. What will Mr Crundy say ? "What will Mrs Grundy think " 1Ian's morality towards the lower ani- mals is a vital and, indeed, fundamental part of his morality towards his fellow- men.-Frederic Harrison. The London newspapers have adopted the rather unusual court, of running a bazaar in aid of the funds of the Lon- don Hospital. The total amount rea- lised was L10,000, which is not much in the book-keeping of an institution which cost...
A DROWNED WORLD. WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR THE "GAZETTE." [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 12 July 1898
A DROWNED WORLD. WRITTEN SPECIALLY FOR THE " GAZETTE." About five thousand years ago, the world having degenerated and become altogether depraved and corrupt, a great preacher arose and prophesied the im- pending destruction of all that was there- on. The preacher's message was received with derision and scorn, but, notwith- standing, he continued to work at a vast and gigantic vessel, upon the construction of which he was engaged for more than a century; perhaps, being one of the chief men of the earth, employing several thousand workmen during the whole of that long series of years. Assuming the cubit to be the ordinary measure of length the tonnage would be about 42000 tons, but if the " geometric cubit " is indicated the great vessel would be no less than 240000 tons burden, or equal to the ton- nage of nearly twelve " Great Easterns." The huge construction being completed, a number of animals and birds were col- lected, in pairs, representing the various species of living fauna...
GREAT SOUTHERN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 12 July 1898
SGREAT SOUTHERN LINE. UP a.. p.. Port Albert - 12.30 Foster .... ... - 2.30 Leongatha 6.40 4.25 4.40 Ruby ... 6... .50 4.55 Kardella ... ... 7.0 5.10 Korumnburra 15 5.25 d. 7.25 5.40 \Vhitelaw 7.83 5.48 Bena ... ... 7.88 5.53 Jectho ... 7.48 6.5 Loch ... ... 7.56 6.20 Nyora ... 8.10 6.30 Lang Lang 8.28 6.55 Calderineade .. 8.38 7.8 Mononmeith ... 8.43 7.1 Koo-wee-rup ... 8.583 7.3 Koo-wee-rup W ... c c Tooradin ... ... 9.12 7.49 Clyde ... 8.29 7.58 Cranbourne ... 9.40 8.10 Lyndhurst ... 9.57 8.25 Dandenon a. 10.15 8.42 d. 10.25 8.57 Melbourne ... 11.22 9.50 DOWN a.mn. p,in. Melbourne .. 6.30 5.0 Da.ndnog 7.27 5.56 .dnong 7.42 6.20 Lyndhurst 8.4 6.35 Cranbourne .. 8.1 6.45 Clyde ... ...1 8.25 7.0 Tooradin ... ... 8.8 7.10 Koo-wee-rup W. ...1 c c Koo-wcc-rt ... 8.53 7.833 Lang Lang ... 9.15 7.54 Nyora ... 9.50 8.24 Loch ... ... 10.0 8.31 Jeetho ... ... 10.10 8.87 3ecna ... ... 10.25 8.45 Whitelaw ... 10.30 8.49 1 at 10.50 9.9i Korumburra Kardella ... 11.18 9.:9 Ruby ... ... 11.28 9.39...
POST CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 19 July 1898
POST CA1DS. The follo ing is an extract from the Postal Guide " - "Private carnds bearing adhesive stamps are allowed to be used as post cards be. tweeon places in Victoria. under the follow. ing conditions, viz.: " That they be made of ordinary card. board, not thicier than the material used for the oflicial post card, and measure not less than 4in. by 3in., nor more than 5 in. by B-Iin. " That there be nothing aflfixed, writ ten, printed, or otherwise impressed on the front thereof except the address nid stamps in payment of postage, and the following words when printed only, vi.: -' Post Card.' The address only to be written on this side."
RE-DIRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 19 July 1898
]IE-D)IIRECTION. Letters, packets, and ncewspapers are re-directed, without charge. to any part of Victoria, upon the written request of the addressee. They may also be re-posted. with a fresh direction, by an agent of the - addressee, within a day of delivery, pro vided they havc not been opened. Let. tcrs, &c., many also be re-posted to othei* colonies and countries, provided that tlhe diflifercncc (if any) in postage be paid.
LABERTOUCHE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 19 July 1898
LABERTOUCHE. The dairy tanners in the Labertouche district will have a much larger supply of milk the coming spring than at any previous time. The bush fires have had a most beneticial effect on the rough scrubby country, and there will be a much larger supply of grass in future in consequence. Mr Devancey and the Middleton Bros will in all probability be the larger milkers, and each will have about 40 cows. MIr M'Donald expects to milk about 30 cows, and several other farmers will milk more cows than last year. It is not likely that the creamnerv will start until the spring, when the sup ply ought to be considerable.
TO THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 19 July 1898
TO THE UNITEDI) KINGDOM. Letters - Every half-ounce or under ... ... ... 0 0 2A Post Cards ... ... ... O 0 1( Newspapers, 40oz. or under ... O 0 1 Each additional 2oz. or under 0 0 i Commuercial and printed pa. pers. about the same rate nas in Victoria; but see "Postal Guide." Parcels-Each 211. or under ... O 1 6 Each additional lb. or under, upto 11b ... ... 0 0 9 UNSTAMPED 011 INSUFFICIENTLY STAMPED. Packets, books, and newspapers must bear some postage, or they will not be forwarded. Letters bearing insutlicient postage are forwarded, but are taxed with double the miissing amount, which penalty must be paid on delivery.
DROUIN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 19 July 1898
DROUIN. iMr. Kowazilk, the gentleman who has purchased MIr. King's farm, near Drouin, was a few years ago farmnning near Laun ceston, Tasmania. which is noted for its apple orchards, but Mr. Kowazik affirms that he never saw finer apples in Laun ceston than some he has seen in Mr. J. G. Young's shop window, the quality of which surprised him not a little. He has a five-acre orchard on his new property which he proposes to enlarge. Mr. Kowazik will devote attention to fruit in addition to other crops. Mr David Swan, a very old colonist, died here on Wednesday, at the ripe age of 80. He came here from the Colae district 10 years ago. A very large area is being sown with oats, and more crop is being put in. The grass has made a good start, and the pad docks through the district are changing to a beautiful green. It is more than pro bable that only a limited area will be planted in potatoes, owing to the price of seed. Several growers are preparing for putting in early potatoes, and it ...
BLOOMFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 19 July 1898
BLOOMFIELD. The wattle is in bloom in the district and there are many other indications that we are in for an early spring. The crops are looking well and grass is coming along splendidly. It is not yet certain whether Mr. Beard will contest the North Riding seat. Mr. Lillico is recognised all round as being a sound, practical man and much satisfac tion has been expressed at the announce ment of his candidature in the Gazette,
YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 19 July 1898
YARRAGON. Yarragon must be advancing as a coun try town if the increascd number of blacksmiths has anything to do with an increased business being done, for the number of tradesmen in that line now is three. Mr Borland let his farm and became the purchaser of a building and sand in a front street and has opened a blacksmith's shop, and he has next-door also a blacksmith, who took over a block of land from Mrs Spencer, and erected a smithy thereon.
POSTAL INFORMATION. Rates of Postage. VICTORIAN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 19 July 1898
POSTAL INFORMIATION. Rates of Postage. VICTORIAN. Letters-Every ounce or under 0 0 2 Letters marked "Urgent" (which will be delivered in the same manner as a telegram would be, if there is either letter or telegraph nmessenger at the place to which they are ad dressed),jn addition to postage 0 0 6 Newspapers, each ... ... 0 0 1 Post Cards, each ... ... 0 0 1 Packets-Commercial and print ed papers, up to 41b., for every 2oz. or under .. ... 0 0 1 Packets-Patterns and samples, &c., up to 11b., for every 2oz. or under ... ... ... 0 0 1 Books, up to 511, for every 4oz. or under .. . .. ... O 0 1 Parcels, 21b. or under ... 0 0 9 Each extra lb. or under ... 0 0 11 INTEIlCOLONIAL. Letters - Every half-ounce or under ... ... ... 0 0 2 Newspapers, 10on. or under ... 0 0 Post Cards ... ... ... 0 0 1 Packets-Commiiercial and print. ed papers. every 2oz. ... O 0 1 Patterns and sumnples. every 2oz. 0 0 1 Parcels, 11b. or under *.. 0 0 8 Each extra lb. or under, up to 111b. .. . . .. ... ...
Melbourne. FAT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 19 July 1898
Melbourne. FAT CATTLE. 1520 yarded, comlprising 520 from New South Wales, 550 from Upper Murray and North eastern districts, and the remain. der chiefly rrom Gippsland. The bulk of supply consisted of medium and light weights, ranging from second to good quality bullocks, and a full proportion of good to prime heifers andcows. Opening sales were not so active, with an easier tendency, but competition became keener as sales progressed, especially for prime and medium weights, and notwithstanding further fluctuations throughout the day prices on the whole show no change from last week's rates. Prime pens of bullocks, from £11 15s to £13 Os; extra do. do., fronm £14 to £15 10s; odd beast at £16 5s; good pens of bullocks, from £910 to £11; middling and lighter, from £7 10 to £8 15s; inferior, from £6 ; prime pens of cows, from £7 15s to £8 10s; odd'beast, at £9 10s to £10 12s Gd: good pens of cows, from £5 15s to £6 15s; others. fromt £1 10s. FAT CALVES. 150 were penned, .hest descripti...
REFORM IN LAND SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 19 July 1898
REFORM IN LAND SETTLE MENT. - +-------- The Minister of Lands has intro duced a much needed reform in reganrd to land settlement. lFormnerly when Crown Lands were thrown open for selection or perpetual lease it was nec essary for all those who applied to forward £1 with their application, to cover cost of advertising etc. For the successful applicants, this was all very well, but those whose applications were rejected invarialy regarded the. retention of their hard earned nmone as inothing less thau robbery, on thIe part of the state. MIr. Iest has now' introduced an amending regulation by which all unsuccessful applicants will get a refund of 17s Gd. This concession will deprive the revenue of a few hundred pounds ms year, but it is one that will be mmuch aplpreciated by those who so far have been unsuccessful in obtaining land to settle upon.