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Tubercolosis and In-breeding in Poultry. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

Tubercolosis and In-breeding in Poultry, That tuiberculosis exists in poultry has been proved beyond contradiction. -During an inter. view I had with Mr S. S.,Caweron, the well known veterinary sirgeon, recently, I learnt thathe has made some enquiry into the subject so far as it affects the featheoei 'tribe. On stme future occasioiI' hopie to be able to give tMrCamerou's vises on thisasubject, whichare sure to proveinteresting. A'good deal of inte rest is being taken in England regarding this matter and in-breeding. The following is by Mr Edward Brown, F.L.S., on the same sub ject to the "live Stock Journal": That there has -been- a reat development of tuberculosis in poultry of late years can scarcely be questioned, but whether to the extent suggested in the. letters which have have appeared in the "Live Stock Journal" is open to doubt. oThere are. many high*class stocks of poultry which are as healthy as the so. eall?d "barn-door"' fowl, but I questidn whether, equally with the l...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Plays and Morals. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

Plays and Morals. Notwithstanding the fa-t that the average playgoer visits the theatre for the purpose of being amused, mat' would-be reformers are crying out that the theatre should be made a sort of educational establishment : that every playsshould teach a wholesome lesson, that the playwright should be a philosopher, and the actor a pedagogue. I have written to several playwrights for their opinions on the subject. Itr Sydney Grundy writes: ' In my opinion, to make the theatre a sort of educa tional establishment would be to empty it. Allart has a tendency to point a moral, and thus teach a lessen. Only in this sense should the theatre moralise." Mr I. Zangwill says "that the theatre is neither a church nor a teaching uni versity. All the esocalled supe rior critic really demands is that every play of every species shall be faith ful to the laws of art, unless it is a burlesque, to the facts of life as well. Unless it is, it is a burlesque. Even the romantic drama must be true ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Notes on Roses. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

Notes on ioes. The Bride is considered by many flor ists the best of all the white roses to stand.. It is free flowering and an excel lent grower. The Madam Hoste rose is of a pale lemon color and is classed among desir able tea roses. Catharine Mermet is a fine tea rose of flesh color, large, full, well formed. American Beauty is of a deep, rich rose color; large flowers of fine shape; a good rose for pot or forcing purposes and a superb beauty. Mrs. John Laing is an elegant rose of soft pink hue; flowers fragrant, large and finely shaped. Itissuperior for early forcing. Souvenir de Wootton bears a larg rose, delightfully fragrant and of light crim son hue. Roses hardy enough to stand consider. able frost and to serve as climbers are scarce, but one of the best is Glofre de Dijon. Thomas Meehan says that this ?as often been known to get through safely when the thermometer has fallen to zero. It is a rapid grower and in a few years will cover the gable of a two story house.

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High Life in Bush Quarters. THE NATIVE BEAR. PHASCOLARCIUS CINEREUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

High Life in Bash Quarters. THE NATIVE BEAR. Ps' scor.AClUS CINaEEUS. See ! high in yonder gum tree, tall, With head in armsreposing,• And back all rounded, like a ball A native bear sits dosing. There, basking in the sunshine gay, . . Where morn's freshsweetness found him; He'll dose till shades of evening gray Spradl o'er the woodland's round him. Perchance he dreams, for dream he may, Upon that bough reclining; But even so, 'tis clear as day, His dreams are past divininmg. Well might he boast he fears no fall Withhim 'twereno bravado! E'eu though the forest giants all Bent low to the tornado. For he hath got, by nature's dower, - When loud the winds awake him, Afourfoldgrasp. Not all theirpower Could from his stronghold shake him. And as the miser clings to gold And to his friend, the true man, So to the gum branch clings the hold Of yoen grey clad quadraman. Enthroned in yon majestic tree He hath the world below him, But not a sigl or thought bath he For aoght the world could sh...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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EPILOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

EPILOGUE. I had one last sacred duty to perform for my departed friend. The packet addressed to me contained a manuscript, on whose face were written the words. "The life of Joseph Wimbledon by himself." And enclosed in a most sympathetic letter, was the sum of two pounds, with which I was to buy myself a memento in remembrance of him. Some day Iintend to give to the world the contents of the manuscript of Wimbledon, which are most extraordinary and sad. The second packet was addressed as follows: * Miss Eveline Wimbledon, • Essex, England. The letter to me explained that.this lady was his sister, andthat she had charge of his chil dren. I despatched the packet with a letter to her, and in return received a most touching one, telling me that she was grateful for my kindness to her brother, and at the same time informing me that his two children had died some years ago in England, and that she had done every thing in her power to trace the father, but without siccess. By the death of...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH, 1895. Municipal Insolvency. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

T~E za.rrraguI xaarbian WITuH WICH I IS x?CO'PORLTED O tt W arragut leiu , FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 87s, 1895. Municipal Insolvency. Tux desperate condition in w)hich many of the Gippsland Shires have been placed by the gradual extinction of the municipal subsidy will un doubtedly compel them to resent the repudiating policy of the Government and insist on just and honorable treatment. That condition is at present very imperfectly understood. The ratepayers have hardly grasped the fact that this wholesale depriva tion of income'is reducing their muni cipality to insolvency and precipitating local government into the realm of hopeless chaos. Council after council is deferring payment of its debts and stopping the progress of public works. Councillors have been non-plussed by theaction of the Government and have had their functions paralysed by the sudden withdrawal of monetary sus tenance. It is a staggering blow to our local governmient system and if persisted in, will, in many cases prove ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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OUR DOINGS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

OUR DOINGS TO DATE. The first number of our new and en larged Supplement appears with this issue. The opening chapters f a thrilling tale appears on the front page. and it will not be long before the other tales conclude and new ones take their place. Our " Idle Mfoment" column is crowded out this issue, and will appear in our next. • The Warragul Benevolent Society held their usual committee meeting in tile Shire-hall, on Friday afternoon last;at which the following ladies were present: Mlesdames Fethers (president), Hayes (treasurer), Tregurtha, Copeland, Howell, Livingstone, Anderson, and Morse (secre tary). The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed. One fresh case was taken on, making t!hree deserving cases the society is attending to. A sewing-machine has been purchased. A donation of 11 was thankfully received from Mr. Whitley. Accounts to the amount of £1 lls 4;d were passed for payment. The next meeting will be held on March 1st. Rleceipts at meeting £o Mbr. Rintel,...

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FRUIT AND FLOWERS ALL ABOUT THE CYCLAMEN. This Attractive Winter and Spring Flowering Bulb Has Threefold Merit. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

ALL ABOUT THE CYCLAMEN. Thls Attractive Winter and Spring Flower ' Ing Bulb ias Threefold M.erit. The cyclamen combines neatness of habit, elegant foliage and a beantifnl fl1ver. The root is a ronnd, flatish 'ttbe;nd can?i? biad dt seed and bulb stores or of florists, and when planted sl.ould be at least one-third out of the CYCLAMEN WrRSIcCra. ground, or the whole crown exposed. Many lose their fine bulbs by entirely covering crown of bulb. The foliage i strikingly handsome, its leaves rounded' and heart shaped, of a deep green, di versely mottled and embroidered wvitb silvery gray-so beautiful indeed that if the plant bloomed not at all its foliage alone would insure it a place in the window. But bloom it does. and the flowers, standing distinct from the gay silver and green foliage, are borne upon tall stems, and are white, dark red or delicately marked with blush and pink shades, sometimes spotted and always fragrant. The bulbs are plantel in pots of well drained, rich, sandy so...

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The White La France Rose. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

Gardening describes this rose not as pure white, but rather a blush white. It, however, is one of the loveliest of all new roses, and now being extensively planted in greenhouses for forcing for winter flowers. It has been tried for a couple of years, in some cases extensively, and over much of the country, and reports of its behavior are generally very good. About how it thrives out of doors, north or south, we have not yet heard.

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Top Grafting Worthless Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

Teop GCftlog orthles Tees,. Many farmers who have good orchards suffer loss by allowing a few trees which bear worthless fruit to remain year after year. When this poor fruit is about to fall, the owner resolves to change the tops next spring by grafting, but before the time comes round ho has forgotten his resolution and the tree remains. This nay be prevented by following a sug g :stion from Country Gentleman to place s".me permanent mark on them or by blazing the spare branches. In inserting the grafts, the common mistako should be avoided of setting them out at some distance from the cen ter, thus allowing much of the defective growth to remain after all. Select shoots never more than an inch or two in diameter and make short stumps of themn for inserting the grafts. A round and compact head may thus be given. If a sufficient number of grafts are set, the fruit may be changed in a very few years from the useless sorts to the best by this operation,

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Go Forward. Ex. XIV. 15; Phil. III. 13, 14. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

Go Forward. o- Er. X1V. 15; Phil. IIL 13, 14. Not looking back, but pressing towards the mark, Although the road be rough, the night be dark, Go forward! Not looking round, but pressing towards the prize, Although the blinding spray and billows rise, Go forward! Though mountain path be high and steep and long; The thundering voices gather loud and strong; Go forward! High above all the clamor antf the din, The crosses, losses, turmoil and the sin, Go forward! For One is watching, wailing near the goal, Who beckons, " Come to Me for rest of soul; Come forward!" Faith sees the victory won through every strife, Knows no defeat, but, straight with vigorous life, Goes forward! Leaping the torrent where it cannot swim; Spanning the gulf and seeing only Him, Cries, "forward:" Reache3 its object through the blinding rain; Through mist and mirage, misery and poin, Straight forward Foiward! where weary hearts are sighing, breaking? Forward! where sin-sick souls are dying, ach ing! Forward! wh...

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The Other Man's Telegram. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

The Other Man'8 Telegram,. ----o--- I had flattered myself that I should have the carriage all to myselt in that 7.40 train from Marseilles to Paris. but just as it was moving cut of the sta tion an elderly gentleman-an Egglishman, like myself-jumped in. He looked a pleasant man, and when we began to talk I found him entertaining and well informed. He was even hospitable, for as night went on he mere than once offered me cognao from a flask in his little black bag, and at other times a cigar, which he described as excellent. I seemed to offend him by refusing, but I could not help that. It has always been my rule to retuse any such offers from strange travelling companions. The fact, moreover, that I had Lll00 in my pocket.book that night made me particularly cautions. Sonme time about midnight, near some sta tion the name of which I forget, I was roused from a doze by my companion, who said that he was sorry to disturb me, and asked me if I could lend him a pencil. " I want to writ...

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England. A NATIONAL ANTHEM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

England. A NATIONAL ANTHEM. 0 England, Englond, 0 myconntry, Rough stronghold, safe within the sea ! Thy light shines out upon the nations; And the eyes of all the world are turned to thee. Thy flag streams over all tho oceans ; Thy proud feet echo through the lands: Thy sons have filled the earth with empires; All the destinies of men are in thy hands. When thou peeleot forth thy voice in thunder Thou topplest tyrants from their throne ; Thy shield spreads safety round the exile; And thy path, like that of lions, is alone. Thy kings are but the first of subjects, Thy humblast citizens are kings. The art thysons possess is freedom, And it givee unto their grasp all other things. O land, too dear to be a faction's! O race, too firm for strife to rend ! Lot none darefeedupon our disoord; All thy children arebut brothers in the end. cuonuse The waves go marching round about her; The tide keeps time upon her shore, O England, England, 0 my country, Great and terrible, and free for everm...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. Her Rose. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

THE LADIES' COLUMN. Her Rose. A re rose grew iu a garden fair Down by a Welstern bay; A red rose breathed in my lady's hair On the night when I went away; I jailed and ailed o'er the severing wave, And a rose to my heart lay nigh, The first sweet gift that my lady gave, And the last era I said " good-bye." Oh Spring may pas, and the summer fade, And many a bloom be shed, But love will live till the debt is paid, And I bring her rose home red. Oh! Fate is strong, and the world is wide; Broken with toe and pain, Icame at last on the turning tide To the home of.my youth again; No roses grew on the south sea-wall; And the maiden my heart loved beat, My first, my last, and my all in all, Was away in the Land of Rest. Oh! Spring is pst, a hope betrayed, And the fairest bloom is shd, But love will live till the debt ispaid, And I bring her rose homered. And there is Home, where my darling waits, Where there is no more sea; Fair faces throng at the open gates, And a welcome is waiting me. O...

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WESLEYAN LOCAL PREACHERS' ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

WESLEYAN LOCAL PREA CEERS' ASSOCIATION -- IL. annual council of the Weslevan I et h,:ist ].ocalPreachers' Association a Viatoria was held on Monday in '.e Conference Hall, Lonsdale-street. -L re were :- delegates in attendance, ?rpresentative of branches at B{el oJurge, Ballarat, Geelong, Bendigo, " n':name. ])avlesford, Maryborough ::ma and W\arragul (Mr. C. .1. " Mr. 1)r . D. Ham, M.L.C.. was "';int: d president. Luncheon was Li.- at. the the Dourke-street Coffee .. appropriate addresses given, ' tea and public meeting followed . Wesle; Church. On Tuesday the Cau:ntrv members were entertained : a picnic at the Royal Park. The total fuids held by the association anoannt to about £5500, the bulk of the interest on which is used in reliev ?ag distress amongst old and indigent local preachers.

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Home and Fireside. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

Home and Fireside. SuorREmmr n FOR A Bun.--The white of an egg. mixed a little, and poured over a burn, is one of the most soothing and healing things that can be applied. It also effectually ex. eludes the air, and thus helps to heal, as contact with the air is what causes pain and inflammation. This remedy is alsolvery con venient. Iaosu Srcw.-Ingredients: Three pounds of loin of mutton, five pounds of potatoes, five large onions, pepper and salt to taste, one quart of water. Cut the mutton into nice chops, cut. inog off some of the fat, halve the potatoes, and cut the onions into thick slices. Put a layer of potatoes at the bottom of an earthern stew.pot, then a layer of mutton and onions, season with plenty of pepper and salt. Proceed in this manner until the quantities are used, taking care to finish with a good layer of potatoes and onions. Pour in the water, cover very closely, and stewgently for threebours. Shake the pot occasionally to prevent its burning. Add a little thic...

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MINISTERIAL VISIT TO WARRAGUL. INSPECTION OF LOCAL RAILWAY ROUTES. THE DATES FIXED. ARRANGEMENTS IN PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

MINISTERIAL VISIT TO WARRACUL. INSPECTION OF LOCAL HAIL. WAY ROUTES. --o THE DATES FIXED. ARRANGEMENTS IN PROGRESS. The promise of the Minister of Railways-Mr. Williams-to person ally inspect the routes of the proposed Neerim Extension and the suggested line from Warragul to Leongatha is about to be fulfilled. Doubtless pres sure of Parliamentary business has prevented its fulfilment before this date, and we may take it that the Minister has embraced the earliest opportunity available for visiting the district. He has been frequently re minded by ,Ir. G. J. Turner, M.L.A., that the residents of the different localities interested in the construction of the lines were looking for his arrival, and by this means the promise was kept fresh in his memory. The consequence is that towards the end of next week the Ministerial head of Railway Department will be amongst us. By way of advancing the preli minary arrangements without delay, Mr. Turner came to Warragul on Tuesday evening and met ...

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ENTERTAINMENT AT WARRAGUL. "THE AUSTRALIAN MUSICAL WONDER." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

ENTERTAINMENT AT WAR RAGUL. "TIHE AUSTI ALIAN MUSICAL WONDER." o-o The Warragul Public Hall has rarely contained such a numerous audience as that which attended the entertainment given therein on Wednesday evening, in aid of the local Wesleya'hc Church. The building was fully three-parts filled, and the large and representative gathering greatly enjoyed the 'musical treat pro. vided. The centre of attraction was Mr. W. J. Stock. of Melbourne, " The Aus tralian musical genius," whose clever and dexterous manipulation of some decidedly novel and curious instruments inspired both wonder and admiration in the audience. Mr. Stock has a highly daveloped gift in this direction and has never been excelled on the local stage, either as regards the variety of the in strements he plays or the perfect manner in which he plays them. He was furnished with an assortment of about thirty different kinds and from among these he made a selection of the.follow ing: occarina, fairy bells.' obozetta, Chi...

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A.N.A. DISTRIBUTION OF SPORTS PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

A.N.A. DISTRIBUTION O F SPOT PRIZES. The fortnightly meeting of Warragul 'branch of the A.NS... T,! held at the Athenteum Halt eou nr:i evening last. The president, d1r.1i. V. Howell, in the chair, there vi.: large attendance of mcmbers. .i::: the transaction of the ordinary 1::ý ness, the item on the syllabus f;.: evening was shortpapers by meiub;:. There was only oneread, that on i'o.: cience, by Mr. C. Chapman, thichl? subsequently discussed by soln of::I members. The question of mii:::a rate of wage was sugge?uei bv:!: Hillard as a suitable questielo? i: :: impromptu debate as it was a ?l?~ which was exciting a consid.': amount of attention throughou?-: colony at present. Mr. .J. ]i. \i:: stated that as the question w a: u': important one and justice could :: be done it that evening, he sueg:.: that it be the subject for dise::s;es .: the next meeting of the branch. "'i. was agreed to and it was also a ??r that Mr. M'Naughton take the a:lifr: . tive and Mr. Hansen the negative? ...

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Cleaning a Dirty Field. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

Cleaning a Dirty Field. Assoon as possibleafterthe crop is off, give the flelda heavy harrowing;O then sow 61b. of white mustard and 41b. of rape broadcast upon eachacre. Cros-oharrow, roll, and wait until the green stuff-which will soon spring up after a light rein-has taken a good hold of the ground. Then give itanother lightharrowing; and, when the plants begin to run up for dowering, put on the sheep, cows, horses, pigs, fowls, geese, etc., to eat the crop down, If time will allow, the crop may he allowed to grow a second time; if so, give a heavy har rowing when the firat is eaten down rather closely, and take the animals off. Feed clean out these. :d time, and then plough as deeply as the pl, hill go, unless the subsoil is poor and " brahy," in which case stir the subsoil and leave it below. .oll with heavy roller to crash c'?ds, then harrow in a crop, or leave the land : r a summer crop to be sown earlyin October ' When gathering apples or pears the whole of tihe fruitahould ...

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