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

Auctioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales qonducted. - STOCK ENTERED FORl THE BULT SBULN AND WARItAGUL MAIRKETS FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations Undertaken -Loans Arranged. LOCAL BEI'IEF.PI TATE OF MESSRS. WM. HAMILTON A CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 231w FEB., 1894. STM. IAMILTON & CO. will sell by V' public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owners- Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, Smn MARCH., 1895.1 YTyM. HAMILTON & CO. willhold their next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the abovedate. when they will offer horses, Cattle, Sheep, Iigs, Ac. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street. Melbourne LEONGATHA SALE. EO'rTNIGITLY ,SALE: Thursday, February 14, At One p.mn. Sharp. H MT. HAMILTON &...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

YARRACON. -4- (FROM Our OWN CORPESPONDEnT.) We experienced a temporary change ill the weather on last Friday morn ing, when a thunderstorm broke over our town, and actually rained torrents for a short period. What rain fell cooled the heated atmosphere some what, nut we need a big rainfall to fully satisfy our wants just now, for this summer has been an exceeding dry one even for Yarragon and its surroundings, and, of course, will present more serious effects in drier parts of Gippsland. Yes, even with us the pastures have become consider ably parched up of late, and the milk supply is fast diminishing in quantity. A meeting of Yarragon Mechanics' Institute committee took place on Tuesday evening last, when the 1891 balance-sheet was past and arrange ments made for the coming Mechanics' election this month. There is a credit balance of some £12 carried over to 1895, while the Mechanics' library now numbers somewhere about 700 books, and the Institute under the present caretaker refl...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

Luslrcesa Notices. SGB~E!IIii' ' a 4 .. .-,.- ,. c..c Or; : its-O sice, WARRA GUL. -JOHIN BUTTERS - 71 EtTAKiEII As IiOIISE-SIIOE1! " ;::1511 ,ci 1IARflOW i MAICEIC :, !Ui(3GY 3UILI)E1:. Shoeing 4i6, 5'6, 6!6. - Lyid 3/I!. Colters 2(5 I 'ISGC secured thie serviecs of 3Ce lpotont Wheelwright, .t ::.: ..~if \hislcs csan nnr he Mn:lse and ;et1ircd on tho l'Preutises t" the Lowest Possible Rates. Ekins. Skins. Skins. T 5 II ;l!ES P'rice peln fur Kana5'roo, itY ii:Ac. Beatr. I:tbLbit. Opposeexo anld :.! 0O5 \:t:e Skiins; also, Issa-wt, liecY.l:hir, Sittes aatiný, Ac. C.: :ioh l acn P.lte-. No Coisnsiooion ar hehcr Char~es. 3J`0-iWJ.:tlTTHEti SS 520 w 522 Loesdala-street, Wcrest relbourne. NAT;i NArIONAL TEiUSTEES, OI\L ". CuT(.iiS andl AGENCY COMPANY Ai ATIl\ LAeStIA; LIIEiED Cosit. l iciiscribed, £170,000; Paid rI. X7.0 laRsrefnd, £11,0. I) ic 3er imn.mN. 1 c7rt.1 1I.L.C., Sit a:tll ;'it;;. \VaItieriMdd ',i MLA., 'iv. Coe si.J1.;lion. W. I. \,.qer lrne'i. ..I C. B O-l)cesI Es. .C. B, 1)...

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WARRAGUL SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 6TH FEBRUARY. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

yARRACUL SHIRE COUNCIL. ,vEL; I \'AY. T'rut FEIIRUARY. I;c.-saE :s rrlOr.lrT. '. Withrtrin'ton presented the follow r..pr, . rth :'terns in which were dealt h as indicated: I. h lharrio's request.--ccord ,- ittsotrins received, I have made ' 0.retnl examination into the request of I To: i1I alharrie for an outlet from his r y to the road through Crolis .0 I find, on enqniry, that at . T err.Tohn italharrie has to natke :':f a rack through 31r. James Bal .s property, allot. 41, which hias } ,, n:'!iivided, and the eastern portion , t\r. L:obert Anderson, who also .:e i?ie track. On inspec,ing the ..ianal roads adioinig these properties, i tit it would put the council to a ,: e?I?esoe to iitke them fit for traiffic. ,, id on thleasstern boundary would ;,-'sire elcarin for about :tt miles, also a halt-a-mile of bad swamp to *,;,;t,e. I Twoul not recomnmend this S. ii drc w. ,i it "onild ble too expensive Sie sorice required of it. The ?. l I road on the northern boundary .i roperty i. ...

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THE IDLE MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

THE iiLE MUMtIENT, The Earl of 1'uc, nodih ; if .o, original. Hiis pe:,,b ;-.. A ti th it ?ric::i iz bH ond compar, and i abilityundoubtc.1. lie i :o vcrsat;ilc too. Not alone can he emuiatu jitavy tragedy, but he can even descend to the more plebian form of descriptive song and dance. This is the sort of artist that is so ihdispensible,for when he finds that his true Byronic or Shakesperian tendencies fail to catch on, then he can effect a complete metamorphosis, and appears in an imitative character song of the "'E dunno w'ere 'e are" type. Already we Iave autnentic accounts of his marked ability-a revelation that has taken Melbourne by storm, and has plunged the Australian stage into a maze of wonderment and mis giving. For it is a very disconcerting thing to have young patricians mono polizing the vast concourse of the theatre-going public, while old-time favorites languish in loneliness. Then it bodes evil in many ways, for it might prove a very lucrative venture for impecuniou...

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OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish it to be understood that we do not [?] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

OUR LETTER BOX, 1'Ce ._;- .ti ; : :, h . n: c it " onderston. altogether t t infatuated protectionist, I. .: the more important theume of imy ?e: viz., the ways and ments to be adoptet4 in order to extricate the colony out tf it present state of depression, anl 1 o ni :it also add bankruptcy. Allowing for the natural reaetion tthat follows unlwonte excitemienti (either in the individl;l or the body-politic of a State), we may well evipct to fintd business at a stald till and enterprise dead, and a _MacAwlter-like, spirit pervading society--, waitug lfr somtething to turn up." But duIl lpethitic witint will not Ihelp to pyiy m eraqnn loane nut thieoil reTresent those loans in great p);t Iru. be utilised. Tlhe rolling stock we Ihav heard so much about lately must Ihl the axles greased and be loulel i: with farmers' produce, destinci to foreign market; the "poor fanCer., must co-operate-not only to bu1i, but er factories, but bacon factories, fI;; preserving factories, yes, anl tinnd u...

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THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH, 1895. The Municipal Dilemma. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

Tf? Siarragl unarbian WITn WtICII IS \ICORPORITED iCh Wýarragul lums. ~ TUESDAY, FEBRIUAY 1u, 18935. The Municip-al Dilemma. IT is astonishing with what facility, certain scribblers can scra{vl on certain subjects about which their writings clearly prove they know absolutely nothing at all. One of these delightfully ignorant gentlemen is in the habit of contributing notes to the leading columns of our Melbourne evening contemporary. All sorts of subjects about which he is more or less unacquainted-chiefly more-are treated in a go-as-you-please sort of style and with the utmost disregard for existing facts. The latest assay in this direction consists of a series of objectionable references to those muni cipalities which are unfortunately reduced to a condition of abject poverty by the withdrawal by the Government of most of their subsidised aid. "More bitter cries from the suffering municipalities," it cynically remarks, and supplements the insult with the wonderfully witty assertion...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 February 1895

MARRIAGE. HILLARD-THOMPSON.-On the 10th February, 1870, at the Wesleyan Parsonage, Ararat, Robt. Hillard to Margaret Thompson, both of Ararat. (Silver Wedding.)

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THE WARRAGUL ENDEAVOR SOCIETY. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

THE WARRAGUL EN DEAVOR SOCIETY. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. -o The anniversary of the Warragul Endeavor Society was celebrated on Monday last, a public meeting being held in the Wesleyan Church. On theprevious Sunday evening the Rlev. J. Thomas preached an appropriate sermon from Job i4th chapter and 2Rnd verse on the divers objects and work of the society to a good congregation. Monday evening's meet ing was presided over by Mr. C, J. Jones, the president of the society, who, in his opening remarks, referred to the compli ment the members had paid him by elect ing him a third time as their president. In the absence of the secretary, Mr. J. 3I'Gowan, he read the aelnual report, which showed that tne society had made satisfactory progress during the past year, and he then referred at iength to the good work which had been done in various ways by the society during the past year in relieving cases of distress, etc. The Rev. J. II. Angus then addressed the meeting. He expressed the pleasu...

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RIVALRY BETWEEN RIDINGS. COUNCILLORS FIGHTING FOR SUBSIDY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

RIVALRY BETWEEN RIDINGS. COUNCILLORS FIGHTING FOR SUBSIDY. -0 - There was a very edifying verbal fight at the metting of the Buln Buln Shire Council in reference to a subsidy question tabled by Councillor Stewart to the effect that Messrs Turner and Harris, M's.L.A., be written to asking them to bring under the notice of the ,Minister his promise to consider a request made by a deputation from the council that the North Riding loan be subsidised by the Govern ment. Cr. Aikman asked that the motion be so amended as to include the whole shire. The President pointed out that the loan had been brought under the Min ister's notice as a special reason for a grant. Cr. Murray considered the whole shire should participate in any grant they might secure. Cr. Stewart remarked that the North Riding,s claims were sepaaate auddistinct from .those of the other ridings. Cr. Bookless stated that when tlhe deputation went to town on this and other matters It asked for special grants for both the Nor...

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. The sister colony of Western Australia, is just now attracting a good deal of public attention, and the continuous discoveries of new and rich gold reefs. drawing a large number of people to the colony. Increase of population has created a demand for land. During the present week our attention has. been drawn to the subject, by a gentleman (Mr, Liebmann) who is representing a land company, who are placing on the Victorian market, business sites in the fast rising city of Perth, the capital of the colony. Mr. Liebmann has been very successful in this town, having succeeded in disposing of a large num ber of these business sites, to some of our townsmen at such prices and on such liberal terms that there can be little doubt but that in the near future they must reap a large return from their investments. Mr. Liebmann left. Warragul yesterday, but Messrs. Peea and Bastow, of the Intercolonial Pro. perty Agency, 562 Collins-street, Mel bourne" (the firm which he has b...

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RETURNED FROM COOLGARDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

RETURNED FROMYI COOL. GARDIE. MIr. G. E. Cook, of Poowong, v: recently returned from Coolgard,. warns intending gold hunters aain:: many of the dangers and disapsoi::. ments they will certainly cncount:. Mr. Cook was only absent about I months and was able to cover i! expenses by selling his claim a: Black Flag, 30 miles from Coolganik, for £50. lut he maintains that o:. one miner in a hundred reali-: sufficient to cover his outla and numbers would gladly star:: to the Eastern colonies if thyt had the necessary funds. It i no u:: the poor man going over there. The amount of sickness in. Co,: gardie, arising from the insani;: condition of the place is appalling. Out of a party of 8 who went ove? at some time as Mr. Cook, 4 died offeyr: and on his-return the town was iu.l of fever and diphtheria, so much , that Mir. Cook hastened out of i.. The people think little of the sanii,:r state of the town, their attentio being devoted to simply buying ant selling. Mr. Cook complains of the gr...

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COMING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

COMING SALES. --+-- BY MESSRS. HAMILTON &'CO. February 19th.-At Messrs. Buebhan and Co.'s rooms, Melbourne, splendid block of land overlooking the Moe Swamp, on which is a quantity of good splitting timber.

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BY SKEWS AND PATTERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

BY SKEWS AND PATTERSON. February 20th.-For Mr. James Hanley , on the farm, eight miles soutlh of Drouin. Splen did dairy herd and assort went of daiying utensils to be disposed of.

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ON THE WARPATH. PERILS OF A CABINET MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

ON THE WARPATH. PERILS OF A CABINET MINISTER. --0 A fluent and extraordinary commnni cation has been received by the Secretary for Education, Mr. Charles Tynan, from a gentleman who was once a teacher in the Educatin department, but who was retired upon compensation. The writer asks pertinently whether it would be considered immorality or mad ness to wreak his vengeance on those who have injured his dear ones. Would it be wrong when tke law refuses to punish r brigand to take the matter in his own hands ? After this cheerful opening, the iniured one proceeds to explain that the feeling of resentment begotten in his breast, is of such an extremely inferior reason proot character as to reduce him to a verge of insanity. Both the Minister and Secretary of Education must feel overjoyed at learing that the means of the wrathful one are limited, otherwise he had cherished the idea of coming to Melbourne, and to put it vulgularly, "raking it out,",of the Minister and secretary " wid a bit ...

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A FINGER BECOMES A NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

A FINGER BECOMES A NOSE. This is an' ago of very rcmarkash, surgical operations, but perhaps one of t?,1 most extraordinary ever conceived WnA performed a few weeks ago by iMr. J. A. .Bloxam, senior surgeon at Charing Crso Hospital, London. A young :n1 llL h presented himself at the institltion uwh.c! face was minus a nose, and the object i't his visit was to enquire whether nimer, surgery could supply the deficiency. T1ii surgeon in question endeavored to und' a nose from the amputated linger < another patient, but the attempt thikl: The applicant then suggested that oil,' a his own fingers should be applied to t1 : purpose, and in order tlih. the undtIle should not be sacrificed if the operaui::1 proved unsuccessfutl, he had to remlln for lour weeks with his finger attached to I:? nose, in the hope that eventually it ,,hitld take root there. This it did, nd thi finger was onbsequlently deta5clw: sr1:' tlhe hand and modelled as Ineary '5 s possible to the form of the cen...

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TURF AND FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

TURF AND FIEhD. "Woomera" in the "Australation" says :-At the Dandenong cricket luncheon a well-known Caulfield owner and trainer was sitting along side one of the district cricketers who, seeing he was a stranger, gave him occasional scraps of information as to the celebrities present. Having ex hausted the president of the shire, the local team, Stoddart, and a few minor celebrities, he said ' See. that young fellow over the other side with the fair monstache--Well, hle's the brainer of Devon, and if you do anything in betting have a bit on him for the Australian Cup. It's a dead cer taintly, he's bound to win it. I've got the office straight from the stable; I know them all.' The stranger listened with an interested smile, and then said, ".Now I'll tell you some thing. See that young fellow with the fair moustache?' ' What! the one i've been telling you about ?' " Yes," said the stranger; " he's my son." And the local could only gasp, " Well, I have fallen in." The only former oc...

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THE POLICEMAN AND THE FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

THE POLICEMAN AND THE FLY. The Chief Secretary, MIr. Peacock, on Tuesday. dealt with an application from a sub-oliicer of police, who asked for full pay while the applicant was incapacitated from duty owing to some eye trouble. It was urged that as the applicant was in charge of a station, he was practically on duty or availabhle for it during every hour in the tweony-four. He was bitten by a fly while on duty. That being so, he sub mitted that he was clearly entitled to full pay under the revised police regulation. Ur. Peacock is nbt convinced, and refused to sanction full pay under the circumstances. In the intercolonial cricket match at Brisbane, New South Wales beat Queens land by six wickets. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

'-'* Itu: the best mnedicine known is "an :rs. Id Son s Eucalypti Extract 'Test i ~ t:::ttntl'v powcrful effects in coughs, :. iiuenza--tne relief is instantaneous, Il-fioiu; ca es and accidents of all kinds, l , und;', burns, scaldings, bruises, :a . ta 5 thej sast remedy--no swelling, r, 'irknmmation. Like surprising effects r .' i| croup, diphtheria, bronchitis, ""i s' , d mr diseases of the kidney, S -organs. In use at hospitals and ' 'i?acics t ll over the globe; patronised :..I -'i-cty the ieng of Italy, crowned :'i .: ", and diplomn at the International J.t.z'n. Amsiterdam Trust in this " ; article and rejct all othere. "IMITATION is the SINCEREST FLATTERY. The articles miost imitated are CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS. WHY ? BECAUSE they have the best reputation and are most in demand by the public, consequently, every. dis honest trader trys to trade on their fame and renown. It is really wonderful that the Australian people are so slow to, see the truth as regards the...

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THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 February 1895

THE DAILIES DISTILLED. iarry Foley, the Sydney boxer, has bea :l' :red good terms by Corbett to go to A.merica and train him (Corbett) for i:i coring encounter with Peter Jackson, Larry eaid to be "not on." The officials of the Agricultural Depart. ui:: express the opinion that the action ,i ite German Government in prohibiting ithe import of foreign meat, and especially ruzen mutton from Australia, will have io present effect upon Victoria's meat export export trade. All the frozernmeiat exported from Victoria is shipped direct to London market, and it is considered that a long time will elapse before there will be any attempt to open up the mirkets of the Continent. The steamer Ceitic iing, sailed for L.rdou on Tuesday and took away for iihe English market 200 tons of butter, :ci:d 100 tons (measurement) of frozen rabbits and poultry. At the Revision Court for Melbourne, :!Albourne East and Melbourne West, :i. anuton struck off the names of 420 Icthorsa who were said to have left ...

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