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Paper Backings for Carpets. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 February 1895

Paper Backings for Carpets. The uses to which paper is put are mani fold, and, according to report, it is now being -mployed in the form of yarn in the body or beiog of carpets. It is said to be superior to some of the more usual backings employed, Sadthat more toan half a carpet may consiet Of paper without the inexpert buyer sns peoting it. In a lecture to working men at Liver pool during the meeting of the Sanitary Congress, Sir J. Crichton Browne spoke about the prevention of consumption, hich, under the name of tubercular disease, caused 63,000 deaths in England and IValea during 1893. He holds that callu? discovered by Koch is the true cause of tubercular disease, but said that "tuberculin" had not yet fulfilled the expectations formed as to its value. He taid that tho authorities should clear the ground of back-to-back houses, so ao to ltas much air and sunshine as possible adyetod the habitations of the people, and Pedised the boiling of all liquids, es peciaUlly ater and mi...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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LECTURE ON SAMOA. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

LECTU E O' STh n.OJ, A mur interesting diss'rrse on thi. islan of Sami a and' nisioi wor!: amuun its rFe le. w"ca delivcred in ;he W?'esleyan chure!i . Wrrrg,:, on JlH. it} t i ,, n5n"." o5 distinct as could be wished, sulli ciently indicated the luxurous nature of the vegetation, the charming scenery and the fine physique of the native population. The listener could not fail to be impressed with the character of Samoa as a delightful place of residence, where the indigen ous fruits and vegetables grows apace and the rich soil laughs with an abundant harvest when tickled with the rude implements of husbandry possessed by the natives. Indeed it almost seemed that the labor neces sary to provide a family with the necessaries of life is scarcely sufficient to promote a hearty circulation of the blood and provide the requisite bodily exercise. How different is this picture to the actual experience of many Victorian settlers at the present moment. Mr. Came also dwelt upon the political a...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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NEERIM SOUTH. CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

NEERIIM SOUTH. CONCERT AND BALL. --0 (FmoM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Annual Concert and Ball in connction with the Neerim South Mechanics Institute took place last weak. The Committeeo were again favoured with splendid weather and a capital attendance. The effort was voted a success in all its departments. Tlhe performers were composed of entirely local talent and the committee desire to publicly thank all those who so generously gave their services through the medium of your widely circulited journal. The hall was again prettily decorated MIr. Cousins as usual doing yoeman services in this direction- The cater ing was in the hands of Mr. O'Sullivan who gave universal satisfaction. The music for dancing was supplied by Mr. Dodds of Warragul in his usual able style. Mr. Dodds' playing is greatly appreciated here among the "light fantastic" element. In tho absence of Mr, G. J. Turner M.L.A. Mr. Lacey occupied the chair and the following programme was capitally rendered : FIRST PART....

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A WARNING TO BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

A WARNING TO BOYS. A boy named France was charged at the Sale police court on Friday with the careless use of fire, whereby a paddock belonging to Mr. W. D. Leslie was greatly injured, and further extensive damage might have been done. The boy denied the charge, but in court his denial was in vain for it was proved that he had confessed the offence, and the police magistrate inflicted a fine of' £5. It is hoped that this case will act as 'a deterrent to others, for asn mitter of fact great carelessness is displayed in dealing with fire, especially by people camping out during the holiday season. . From the sale of the "War Cry," " Young Soldiers," and" Full Salvation" during the past twelve months the Salt. tion Army in Australia have derived.'a revenue of £21,625. Of course, out" of this wages, paper, and premises, &c., had to bepaid for. Question: What constitutes the value of a newspaper as an advertising medium ? Answer: Its circulation. Therefore advertise in this journ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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ONION GROWING AT WERRIBEE. A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

ONION GROWING AT WERRIBEE. 0-- A SUCCESSFUL* EXPERIMENT. An experiment has been made by 3Ir. A. M'ionald, a tenant on the Werribee Park Estate, in onion growing. Last winter several acres were sown with the Spanish Globe variety, and the experiment has since been closely watched by the neighbouring farmers, it being the first time onion growing on a large scale was attempted in the district. The crop is now being gathered, and both for quality and quantity is proving highly satisfactory. An average of between ten and eleven tons per acre will be obtained of marketable onions. As stated, the qualityisgood, the onions being sound, nicely shared, and of uniform size. The crop was grown on the ordinary rich, loamy soil in the parish of M3familourin. Two hay crops had been taken off the lanp previous to the onion crop.

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COMING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

COMING SALES. L] SKI\wS .ND 1'ATTERiSOX. rtbruarv 14th.- Fur Ir. J. W. Mulhare, at Warragulshow ground yards, nmuber of dairy cows, heifere, working bullocks and other cattle, pigs and sundries. 1~triary 20th.-For Mr. James Hanley, on the farm, e:ght miles south of Dronin. Splen. did dairy herd and assort. bent of daniing utensils to be disposed of. fci r-iary 1tlh-For .Mr. T. White, at back of .tead's Cottages, cows, heifers, pigs, horse, agricultural tipletments and. about two acres of potatoes. ::inrw, not content with their a I?utle, are executing their : S the hundred for eowardice, so " ie cour age to the others,

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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FARM FIELD AND GARDEN HARVESTING CORN. Familiar Talks by Farmers Who Cut Their Crops With Machinery. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

HARVESTING CORN. Familiar Talks by Farmers ?Who Cut Their Crops YWith MIachinery. Within the past few years many de - for cutting corn in the field have : Most of the cheaper e piinciple of a sled with knives at the side to slice or cut off the. . corn. The!knives project at each side of the.sled,.so that when it is drawn along side the row the knives slice off the stalks imen sti ilsgoii ?ie sled atch 'the stalks and pull them into bundles as they fall. The Rural New Yorker, which sent a j??fs estiens' fd frinns- f lio hgs.e been using one of the best of these corn cutters to ascertain how this method of cutting corn compares with theold hand plan, received among other replies the following: AnIowafarmerwrites: "Thescientific corn cutter does the work more easily and cheaply. It won't work well in corn that is badly down. It does best on drilled corn. From one to two acres can .be cut by one horse and two men in a day. The knives have to.be sharp ened once a year. It will cut two r...

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Home Mixed Fertilizers. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

Home ?I?Ied Fortilzeors. The analysesand study of home mixed fertilizers and fertilizing materials af ford subject for an interesting bulletin issued by the New Jersey station. Fol Ibwilig are some practical conclusions briefly drawn from the report alluded to: "irst-That the use of fertilizers in the state is inoreaain , and that thp pretent annual ox penditnre of. over $l,,0.iCO may be very ma tortally reduced by a deflhito knowledge of what and how to buy. Second-That in the preparation of formulas the quality of plant food is of prime impor tance, and that the proportion of the different elements, as well as the amount of the appli cation, should be determined by the object of their use. Third-That farmers can make mixtures which are equal to the best imanufactured brands and superior to the average--first, in mechanical condition: second, in concentra - Ion: third, in quality, and, fourth, in point of coat. Fourth-That in buyingmanufacturers' mix tures distinct advantages in qu...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Profit In Roasters. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

Profit In Boasters. There is more profit in roasting chick ens that weigh, dressed, about seven pounds to the pair than in broilers, and an experience we had this season illus trates it, writes the editor of Farm Poul try. He says: We hatchedan incubator lot of chickens of five or six varieties Feb. 24, and sold 10 of them on June 7 at 30 cents a pound, live weight, they bringing $10.72, On June 26 40 more were sold, they bring ing $44.33, and on July 41 were sold for $44.20. The two last lots fetched 26 cents a pound alive. Here were 01 chickens sold for $92.81. It isn't difficult to see a good profit there. As showing the better profits in roasters than broilers, we find the market quota tions of July 8-10 to be: Springchickene (roasters), 33 to 87 cents per pound, and broiler chickens, .17 to 20 .cents per pound. Not onlyis thelast 1 to 2 pounds of growth easier to put on, but it pays the best.

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ST. [?]ATRICK'S DAY [?] CELE[?]ION [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

--o--- .\ are and enthusiastic number of a: ?wn assembled at the Roman t :itiic Presbytery at the conclusion i! , ?ock Mass on Sunday last, ~ :e steps to carry out the usual :on St. Patricks Day in aid of :. :seplh's School. :lir ('ovne briefly explained the .: of last years gathering. IHe i;r.:i ail present to work well and use c.y cndcavour to mnake the present I ar s the most successful yet held. On the motion of Messrs. Kennedy aidi I1 'trath, Messrs. W. Rhoden and i. \alsh were elected joint secre :ir.* . II. Wilkinson was unani Sh:iy re-clected treasurer. t'?c gentlemen present were r: ti a committee to forward the "'.'k of tie sporis, and the following eta working committee to :' o:lt the full work:-Messrs. 1'. F. iacd,-. J. Fowler... J. M. Steed . . M ?lntvyre. H. 1Iansen, 1' :riht. II. . h ?owell, Fogarty. ia,;:u and P. Carro!. Ith wa decided to hold the sports on 00o.?-Y, tihe 18th March, as St. 'trak's Iay fails on Sunday this it was also decided to hold the 'nunaa ball a...

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THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY THE FORTHCOMING SHOW. LIBERAL PUBLIC SUPPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

THEAGRICULTURAL SOIETY THE FORTHCOMLNG SHOW. LIBERAL PUBLIC SI i' 'ORT. Another meeting of the Committee of the Buln euln and Warragul Agricultural Society was held in tile Shire Hall on Saturday evening to further matters iin connection with the forthcoming show and receive the reports of the gentlemen who had undertaking the collecting locally and in Melbourne. There were present -The 'resident. Mr. R. Armstrong, in the chair, and Messrs II. 1t. Rogers, J. L. Parkcs, W. Mi. Ityan, C. J. Jones, W. J. Langdon, E. . Penney. \. . Walker, A. W. uarvie, J. 11. Topp, and H. liansen with Mr. C. S, Allleck (Secre tary.) The l'olltry Committee informed the Counti;tee, thatin response to their wish in regard to reducing the amount of prize money, they had decided to reduce the amount by £? Os and Mr. Langdon laid on the table a revised schedule of the 'oultry class. The Chairman onl behalfof the rest of the Contmittee thanked the Poultry Committee for complytng with their request. The Secret...

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THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

THE DAILIES DISTILLEU. A. British syndicate. is building w\hi: they term an ideal warship at ]nrBrrow-a. Furness. It is not national cnterlpri which is spurring on the builders. They propose to sell the vessel to the highest bidder. .: m rkable story of an attempted b:::k oabery cabled from America. An Cex-miaisr' " sticks up,'' the cashier, ani fila l i plockets with gold, but is shot dow,ai by mnother offieer of the bank. Approachling marriage of the Prince of Ia:yi and P'rincess Maud of Wales as lttitceta d 'nus London lately. Enghlad ,ia b;J;l thus enter into ties of special fr'ien?dhip. ! a-. , of the Salvation Army in ,',tr:l?ai :S'o set down inl last yelr's ..n::ahso'. as £148,369 19s. It is oae : the !',- searoe public institutions awhiads 7:u; g ý ett ;hli.se times to come out olt tlhe ia; ,'t idce of the ledger at the end o" tie A largo number of fruit experts iset at the office of Messrs. jules lRenard to ia. spect a consignmeant of pca:hes grown b_" MIr. 'Warren, of 1Iar...

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OUR DOINGS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

OUR DOINGS TO DATE. It is discouraging to learn that the local harvest is not tnrning' out so satis factorily as was anticipated. A large pro-. portion of the threshing has been comw. pleted `nd the returns, although good in quality and in somo cases exceptionally good, are below tlro averoiago in point of quantity. Yorily, a farnir's life is not a An exciting snake hunt took place in a house, in Mason-street, on Sunday. The reptile made its way across the footpath, opened the front gate or got in the garden by some other inmeans, and ensconced itself beneath the house. Fortunately, its hiding place was discovered, and efforts were at once made to dislodge the creature. This, however, necessitated the expenditure of a little time and trouble. Several of the flooring boards had to be removed, and the operators had to proceed with caution in case the venemous reptile should resent the intrusion. Eventually, "his snakeship 1' came into view, and. a well-aimed shot killed him on the spo...

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"SPOOK-LAND." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

"SPOOK-LAND." Mr. Ernest Hosking, the Mellon spiritualistic exposer, is announced to appear in the Warragul Public Hall on Friday evening next. Our readers will remember the sensation caused some timed back in Sydney by the so-called spiritua listie. manifestations of a Mrs. Mellon, and their subsequent exposure by Mr. Hosking.EHis success is .well-known, and he is touring the country districts in order to give everyone an opportunity of having a glimpse at "spook.land." A ventriloquial display is added to the entertainment, and Mr. Hosking's endeavors in this direction cannot be surpassed, lihe being regarded as the pretmier ventriloquist in Australia at the present tinme. He is assisted by the clever clairvoyant, Miss Ada Fitzroy, whose skill as a delineator of things imperceptible to thel ordinary mind is welllknown. The prices of admission, 2s and Is, are within the reach of all. With such an excellent progranmome pro. pared there iinot the slightmst reason to doubt that a " bum...

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THE MINISTERIAL VISIT TO WARRAGUL AND NEERIM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

THE MINISTERIAL VISIT TO WARRAGUL AND NEERIM. The arrangements for the visit of Mr. Williams-Minister of Railwayvs-to the district remains the sameo as announced in a previous issue. The Minister and party will arrive at Warragul by the morning train, reaching Warragul at 10.10 on Thursday morning, and about 11 o'clock will continua the journey to Neerim South by special train. They will be met at the Station l y a number of the leading residents with horses and buggies, and be driven as far as the proposed extension would extend--near English's. Should timn permit, however, they will go on to Neerim North, and subsequently return to Neerilu South, and come back to Warragul by the special. We understand that during the evening the party will be entertained by Mr. G. W. Anderson-President of the Shire-and on the following morning a start will be made for Leongatha. Several gentlemen have volunteered to provide vehicles, and it has been arranged that about mid-way between Warragul and...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. - --+ WAII:IAGUL TO 11ELBOUIRNE. Dep. a.m. p.m. p.m. Warragul .. 11 0 4.35 7..5 Droumwn .. 11..1 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 5.0 8.46 Nar-nar-goon . 12.0 5.40 8.51 1'akenhlam .. 12.' .52 0~ .4 B aconsfield .. 12.25 .14 11.20 Berwick .. 12.30 6.18 .23 DIandenong .. 1.5: .50 9.12 Cakleigh (a) .. 1.10 7.11) Oaklev-h (d) .. 1.21 7.23 16.11 Melbourne .. 1.45 7.52 11040 THn]T,1101 SINE 10 WATIRAGUL. Dlep. a. a.m p.m Melbourne .. 7.50 11 4.0 Oakleiglh .. 8.2 12. 5.2 Dandenong .. 8.461 1.15 5.28 Blerwvick .. .10 1.42 5.52 Beaconsfield .. 9.13 1.4t 5.5 Panham .. :.31.i 2.7 1.14 Nar-nar-goon .. .44. 2.18 I.24 Tynong .. 1.52 2.28 6.32 Garlield .. 9.58 2.335 ;.I lunyip .. 10.4 2.49 6.48 Longwarry .. 10.10 3.1 6.55 Drouin .. 10.23 3.21 7.10 Warragul .. 10.381 3.37 7.25 WAIIRAGCUL TO TBAIALGON. Departure. a.m p.m 1 p.I111 Warnago .. 11.8 5.45 7.50 Ihloomnlield .. 11.15 5.52 7.55 lIarnum .. 11:22 i 6....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

Public Notices." SAMUEL A. JAMES Pianoforte & Organ Tuner and Repairer. TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN. -ADDItESS - Mir. J. D01)I)S, Teacher of Music VICTOItIA ST., 'ARItAGUCL. Pianos & Organs (Leading Maker.), Cash or Time-payment. INSTIIUMENTS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. EPRiESENTATIVE of 1 W. H. GLEN & CO the SALE of PIANOS and ORGANS in South Gippeland. HAMER'S LABOR AGENCY. -0 159 LONSDALE STREET, MIELBOURNE. 1.AiMIIl:S. DAIGYMEN, nod other -Eml.loyurs of LAIBOt- Lan Is. Suppliod with First-class Ser tantr--No, Charge-No D-lay-by ioking'theoir rqoiitioement. known to?e. I.nnudciae attentiongivcn. --0 [CAIiD.] HAMER & CHESTER, General Commission Farmers' Agents, 159 LONSDALE STREET SIELBOLURNE. GOLDFIELDS. - WEST AUSTRALIA. - --0- ADELAIDE STEAklSIHIP CO., Li.tren. Cheap Passage Rates, Jy Exprc -s Passenger Steamers. Next Sailing S.S. ;UCl I IA, FIIIlAY, 17th February, at - p.tIo. fromn Australian Wharf, Melbouorte, For Albany, Freemantle, taking Pasengers to (Gral...

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CRICKET. WARRAGUL v. PUBLIC SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

CRICKET. WARRAGUL v. PUBLIC SERVICE The above clubs played a one day's match, on the latter's ground, on 2nd inst., and it ended in a draw in favor of the Warragul club. The Warragul batted first, and ran up the respectable total of 181 for 8 wickets, out of which Arch. Lov'e made 76 by dashing cricket. Rice 39, Brewer 18, and Small 15, were the only other double scorers. The wickets were gained by Griffin, 3 for 35, Davidson 3 for 56, and Logan 1 for 87. The Public Service had only time to bat 5 wickets, when time was called. The score then being 58. .Griffin 16, not out; and Pickering-aid-Davidson 1'; each were the top scorers. For the Warragul, Howell 9 for'19 and13Brewer 8 for 2..9 obtained the wickets. This mnakes Tie thirddrsw lthes-eiPibo clubs have had this season, so efforts are now:being made to arrange a two days' match, starting on the 16th March. The results of the former matches were :-Public Service, 129; Warra gul, 6 for 68. Public Service, 117.; Warragul, 9 for 75. ...

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BRANDY CREEK v. ROKEBY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

BRANDY CREEK v. ROKEBY. A match was played on Saturday, 2nd inust., between the Brandy Creek and Rokeby cricket clubs, at the back of Boyce's Commercial Hotel. The following are the scores: RovEBv.-lst innings. Nelson, b Levien ... 25 Davidson. b Levien ... 0 F. Ezard, b Levieu ... 5 Davis, b Levien ... 0. 7!?:ith, i L - ie ... ... 5 'a,,: <l< b Levien ... 5 Sulirvan, b rape:y ... 5 Magion, b Gapes... . ` ." Boyce, b Gapes ... . Axmstrong; not ou ... 1i Total .... .. 34 ROKsEBY.2nd innings. VWatson. b Drew ... ... 4 G. Ezard, b Drew . ... 3 E.Nelson, candh Drew ... 0 Davidson, b Brady ... 3 H. Nelson, st Levien ... 4 Gapes, b Brady ... ... 3 Heath, b Brady ... ... 5 Davis, b Drew ... ... 0 Gordbn, b Brady... ... 4 F. Ezard, not out ... 0 Total ... ... 5 BRANDY cREEm.-2nd innings. Bradley, b Gapes ... Lamport, b Gapes] 19 Levien, run out ... ... 3 Drew, b Heath ... ... 1 Brady, b Gapes ... ... 15 Everest, b Heath... ... 9 Sullivan, b Heath ... 8 Maginn, b Heath ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

C:r:TUNLY the best modicine known is Sanders and Son's Eucalypti Extract, Test its eminently powerful effects, in coughs, colds, inftienza-tne relief is instantaneous, In seriou:; cases and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, sealdings, bruises, sprains. is tho safest remedy-no swelling, no inflamnmation. Like surprising etTects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, diarrh'sa, dysentry, diseases of the kidney, and urinary organs. In use at hospitals and medical clinics all over the globe; patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy, crowned with medal and diploma at the International Exhtibition, Amsterdam. Trust in this approved article and reject all othere. I LnvTj Business Notice. ANNIVERSARY OF A NOTABLE EVENT I I- I THE INTRODUCTION TO WARRAGUL OF Walker Bros,' FAMOUS "CASH" SYSTEM; fýHREE years ago we COMMENCED BLusiNEss in Warragul, and de termined then that, whether our Trade became extensive or limited, the Price of our Goods would always be made as Low as ...

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