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HINTS ON ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
HINTS ON ADVERTISING ' Advertising is not to be done by fits and starts, a little at a time, in a timid, scared kind of way, as if afraid of being caught at it. It should be regarded as one of the necessary ex penses of a business, and should be as regular as rent, fuel or clerk hire.. It should be well done; there is such a thing as doing advertising so cheaply that no one finds out that it is being done at all. If you have a good business you :should advertise, -lest cosnpetitoia should take advantage'of the great lever and outstrip you in the race. If. your business is small you should advertise, and let the public know where you are and what you hive to sell, that they may come and biy: Trying-to do business without adver I tising is like making faces in the'dark; you may know what.you are about, but others do not. The maii who, 'without interruption can keep his name before the public, is constantly informing possible cus tomers who be is, where he is to be foiind, ard what he ...
Against Jersey Inbreeding. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
Against Jersey Inbreeding. Eurotas was the result of an outcross. Her owner generally bred her and her descendants together without good re s?lts in that way, but other people bred her sons upon imported and other cows that were io kin to her, and the result of that course has been the large num ber of tested granddaughtersof Eurotas. I bought at public and private sales several granddaughters of Eurotas, in bred, and never could make a good cow out of one of them, but I never, out of eight of her granddaughters which-were onterossed, failed but in one instance to make a. tested cow, although I bouglt them all as calves before they were de veloped. Tennessee people have been very suc cessful breeders of Jerseys, and they have from the start adopted the simple plan of breeding the good individuals of different approved families together and never?inbreeding closely.--New Dairy.
THE DAIRY THE CREAMERY MAN'S NEW YEAR. Virtuous Resolutions That Pay the Man Who Makes Them. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
THE CREAMERY MAN'S NEW YEAR. Virtuous Besolutlons That Pay the Man Who iNakes Them. At the beginning of a new year the conscientious creamery man will stop to take a retrospect of the last year to see where he has been derelict in his ways of doing business, imd where better and more improved methods should and could be substituted. To such the following list of resolves will probably be a welcome help. It is by no means an exjanstive one, but can easily be extended where occasion re quires: To do away with all haphazard and hit or miss ways of buying cream or milk, buy only by the test, and thus re duce this part of the business to a just and equitable basis. To provide a good supply of ice, or rather an oversupply, so the butter maker need not scrimp himself in the use of it next summer. An oversupply of icowon't cost as much nowas an over supply of summer heat will next summer. To insist upon the use of ice by the patron, and to encourage by every means possible a more intelligen...
FROM THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
FROM THE GAZETTE. Permits to occupy issued to approved applicants.-P-rances Robinson, 1Oa, parish of Jindivick; F. C. Nicholls, 20a, parish of Allambce East, Transfers registered at the Office of Titles.-210a, parish of Allambco, from Jane Elizabeth Hall to Thomas A. Hall, Allambeeo; 18a, parish of Noojecc, from Emma C. French to Fredk. Leopold, Neerim ; 07a, 2r. 83p., parish of Longwarry, from Ludwig Nielsen to Fred. Harris, Officer; 20a, parish of Darnum, from Henry Briggs to T. Pickup, South Geelong.
THE UNWISE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
THE UNWISE MERCHANT. One day' when business ran down low Deep gloom sat on amorchant's brow And dark as midnight was the flow Of thoi~ghts revlving rapidly. That morchant an w a dlreadful sight, Bly fancy's diu and lurid light; He thought hle saw the sheriftright Among his stock of linery. Ahi! sadder yet his fears will rise, Ah! deeper yet will be his sighs; Ah ! louder yet will sound his cries Unless ihe advertise. Now, all who would a lesson learn, Look closely, and ous will discern That advertising will return, Like bread upon the water,. [The R\'.RlAGL GtiUAiollIN an.IdYAnsiA(iom and TRAFA.tLAR Exiness offer exception. ally gooL terms to advertisers.]
THE MOE SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
- THE M? OE. SWAMP. IT is alwvays a regrettable sight to see good and easily accessible land lying in a natural state and consequently neither iemploying labor nor yielding crops for the service of Man. It is more regrettable still when such, land is contiguous to a railway, is rich in fertility, and is surrounded with the necessary facilities whereby a settler may get his produce to market at ivery little cost and with very little trouble. Such, however, is the condition of the' Moo Swamp to-day. It is in the possession of the Crown, and the Crown is apparently doing its best to fulfil the fdnctions of a useless absentee. It has, it is true, spent thousands of pounds in partiallyilrain ing the land and thus made a. pretence of rendering this extensive area fit for human habitation. But what lihs been the practical issue attending the expenditure of this large amount of public money ? Why, the first floods of the succeeding winter inundated the country for miles, and all the drains ...
THE Warragul Guardian TUESDAY, 13TH FEBRUARY, 1894. THE LOCAL TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
THE latr glul utarbian TUESDAY, 13rn FEBRUARY, 1894. THE LOCAL TRAINS.' TIu residents of Warragul andlthe surrounding districts-more particu larly of Warragul perhaps, as a large proportion of local business men reside in the township-will be gratified to know there is a prospect of the incon venience caused by the present railway arrangements on the Gippsland line being terminated at an early date. The inconvenience we refer to is, of course the inability of people to reach Mel bourro earlier than a quarter to two in the afternoon. This is the result of the discontinuance of the mixed train which used to leave at a quarter to six in the morning, and arrive at Princes bridge at about nine o'clock. Discon tent was naturally produced by this unreasonable service, and an agitation was started in certain quarters for the reinstatement of the early train. This, however, in our opinion, was an unwise step to take-as there was no likeli hood whatever of the train being re placed - and cons...
LOCAL WANTS. EARLY TRAIN FOR WARRAGUL. THE NEERIM SERVICE. RAILWAY FREIGHTS. THE MINISTER OF RAILWAYS. INTERVIEWED AT WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
LOCAL WANTS. EARLY TRAIN FOR WAIJRAGUL. -0--- THE NEERIM nERVICE. -0 RAILWAY FREIGHTS. .--o THE MINISTER OF RAILWAYS. INTERVIEWED AT WARRAGUL. The brief stay made at Warragul, on Friday evening, by Mr. Richardson, Minister of Railway, on his return from North Gippsland to the City, was taken advantage of by a deputation of public men who inrterviewed him in regard to the running of an earlier morning train from Warragul, the excessive freights on farmers' products and the proposed late train to Neerim South on Saturday evenings. The deputation consisted of President Smyth, Councillors Anderson, Conner, and Parkes, Mr. J.Picken (Secretary to the council), Mr. Jas. Gray (Shire Solicitor) and R. W. Judd. After partaking of refreshments prepared by Mr. E. J. Fowler, the gentlemen named waited upon the Minister in one of the private rooms and President Smyth and Mr. Judd did the "inter viewing." AN EARLY TRAIN WANTED. The first request made by President Smyth, was for a train to leave Wa...
THE CHURCH AND RETRENCHMENT. A WALHALLA CLERGYMAN OBJECTS. LIVELY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
THE CHURCH AND RE TRENCHMENT. A WALRTALLA CLERGYMAN OBJECTS. -0-- - LIVELY MEETING. At Walhalla the church is militant, declining to accept retrenchment as tamely as the state. Consequently the report of the recent parish meeting of St John's (Church of England) forms interesting reading. The incum bent, who acted as chairman from the outset, protested with vigour which has been lacking among the civil servants against being reduced by £50 when he was " earning less than miners' wages," and later on declared hotly that the only thing his mutinous congregation could charge him with was '" not accepting 5s. Gd. a day, less than the streetscavengerreceives." It is distressing to read that the irreverent prishioners here interrupted their pastor with cries of "Bosh !" It was not, the reverend gentleman subsequently explained, the money he. minded, but the humiliation of "being rated at so much per year less than the man over the road" (a Dissenter). There seems reason in this, but unhap...
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
IIOLLOwoI'S OISNO)IENT N PILLS.-Diseases and casualities incidental to youth may be afely treated by the use of these Medican rnents according to the printed directions folded roundeach pot and box. Nor is this Ointment alona applicable to external ail !rcnts; conjointly with the Pills it .xercises the most salutary influ'ence in checking in4t: ;mationssituated inthie interior of the body; ihen rubbed upon the back and chest it gives themost sensiblerelief in asthma, brotchitis, pleurisy, and threatening consomsiption. Hollosav' remedies are especially service. able in liverand stomach complaints. Fo" the cure of bad legs, all sorts of Wounds, sores, and likewise scrofula andscorbutic affections; hts O:nlnent produces a cooling and Foothing ?elin m?st acceptable to the suffuei..
SHEEP IN PLACE OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
SHEEP IN PLACE OF WHEAT. The wheat-grower, now that the price of grain is so low, may be advised to turn his attention to sheep. It is already evident that there is going to be a great development in the frozen-meat industry in this colony and the farmers should prepare to get a finger in the pie. The small farmers of New Zealand have prospered since they commenced to breed "freezers," and the same can no doubt be done in Victoria if only the attempt he made. We know very well that on a half, or even a full selection of 640 acres, there is not much room for sheep, especially if wheat-growing be carried on to any extent. But keeping sheep on such farms is equally simple as it is to keep dairy cattle. There are few farmers but who will admit that a large number of cows can be profitably kept on avery small area of pasture if they be otherwise provided with fodder grown for their' own use. The same argument may be used, and with greater force, with regard to sheep. It does not require ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
CRICKET. An eleven of the Warragm Cricket Club played 15 of the Imperials on Saturday on the Show-grounds. The former batted first and made 100 runs. Of this number Brewer scored 82, Davidson 36, and White 12-Green, lankin and Carrington bowl ing. The Imperials made but 84, the principal scorers being--Butt 15, Green 20, and 3M'Laughlin 22-the bowling of Davidson and White proving a little too much for the 15. The team to represent Warragul in their nmatch v. Jindivick, next Saturday, will be chosen from the following :-Davidson, White, Love, Pratt, Brewer, Conner, Howell, O'Donoghuo, Craddock, Symonds, Hall, Livesley, Rlice, Pattenger, and Gaynor. Preference will be shown by the selection committee to those members who attend practice when possible,
RIFLE SHOOTING. WARRAGUL v. DROUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
RIFLE SHOOTING. WARRAGUL v. DROUIN. -0- A friendly shooting competition took place between members of the Warragul and Drouin detachments of the V.M.R. on Saturday last. Pts. Clucas, Jackson, Hanson and Nichol son and Sergt. Moncur represented Drouin, whilst Pts. Fowler, Walkden, Lancaster, Allinson and Sergt. Knott represented Warragul. Annexed are the results:- WAnRnAG?L TEAM. 200yds. 400yds. 500yds. rtc. Fowler 24 ... 23 ... 23 ,, Walkden 17 ... 16 ... 10 ,, Lancaster 20 ... 10 ... 10 ,, Allinson 17 ... 29 ... 14 Sergt. Knott 17 ... 27 ... 22 Total 095 ... 114' ... 79 JnoulN TEAr. 200yds, 400yds. 500yds. Pts. Clucas 22 ... 12 ... 8 ,, Jackson 12 ... 10 ... 11 ,, Moncni 0 .., 20 ... 14 ,, Nicholson 20 ... 27 ... 19 S?rgt. Moncur 11 ... 17 ... 4 Total 85 ... 04 ... 56 The Warragul team thus won at every range.
THE SUGAR BEET. SOME PRACTICAL CRITICISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
THE SUGAR BEET. SOME PRACTICAL CRITICISMS. (BY ClHALES ARNOLD, .ELLENBANK, SOUTH WtARRAGUL). Having been a grower of beet root for the Staughton Vale sugar factory, and the fact becoming known, I have been asked many times whether or not it would pay to grow it at a certain price; I have also been sometimes asked the cause of its failure at S.anghton Vale. I can speak with some little authority on the growing of the root, but as a matter of course I have no export knowledgo of sugar making, but I can give some reasons why it was impossible it should pay as con ducted at Staughton Vale, and as I find it convenient, I propose to do so if you think the information worthy of publica tionfor the benefit ofyourreadors. I forges what year tt was in, but it must have been one of the very earliest of the seventies that we got news that Staughton Vale was to be the favored spot at which was to be erected the FIRST BEET ROOT SUGAR FACTORY in this part of the world. Very soon a company organise...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
TELEGRAMS. . ictoria.-To or &from an~y 'satiofi six 'words or iider, 6d.; cachi additional word Id..Nao ;and address of sender and reeoiver is ndt'charged. N.S.Wales.-Ten words, 1s.; additional word, 2d. S. Australia and Tasmania,-Ten words 2s.; additional word 2d. " Qneensl&id innd Western Aistralia: Ten words, 8s, ;each additional word, 3d. New Zealand.-Ten words, 3s 6d.; each additional word,,.6d. The address and sigiature of imns'sages to.New Zealazid are, charged for. United Kingdom, 4s 10d. per word.
MR. STIRLING AT NEERIM. REPORT ON HIS RECENT VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
MR. STIRLING AT NEERIM, REPORT ON Hm RECENT VISIT '0 A few weeks ago Mr. James Stirlin, Assistant Government Geologist, p a visit to Ncerim and Neerim North in company with Mr. Reed, of (l Lands Department, and Mr. Pern, Conservator of Forests. The visit the outcome of an application ly tie Buln Buln Shire Council that Si Stirling should inspect the counn named, and the following report of his investigations has been forwarded by the mining expert to the Minister o the Department : I have the honor to report tai in accordance with your instruction and at the instance of the Dror Shire Council I proceeded to Neeri North on the 16th inst., in compa with Mr. Perrin, Conservator of Fores and Mr Reed, Assistant Surveyor of t Lands Department. On the 17th we i spected the Nayook Village Settlement o the southern watershed of the Latrok. The formation consists here of a rath coarse granite composed of quna. microporthitic and orthoclaso felspar i moderate size crystals and subordinat Bioti...
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. ---+--3 - The following accounts are lying at the Rcccipt and Pay Ofllice, Warragul: R. 3onls, 1'. Bellinghamn, J. Briggs, VW. Curtis, A. Cain, W. Cousins, Jas. Connor, J. Clarke; J. I.luceyt E. Frost, S. Gill, (3), G. Hodges, D. Jonos, P. l\i0pgpnp, T. Kelleher, C. Leach, A. C. Lyons (3), W. Manton, A. Mackenzie, J. Maginn, E. Moore, J. MeMahon, N. 0. McQuirk, J. Picken, J. J. 'cetschack. Poowong and Jeetho Shire, F. Palmer, B. l'aterson, W. J. Roberts, C. L. Rose, J. Thorne, J. W. Williams. A Chinses squadron is coming to Aus tralia, and Collingwood patriots are col. leCting bricks..
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 13 February 1894
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR Melboiirniervwico dily, sat 10.15' a.m. and 7"p.m.; travelling post, 11.10 a.m. and 7.50 pan. ; ,,.: ., - SaIod aid IAirnsdalo, twice daily, 10.15 a.ni. and 7 p.m.; 'travelling post, 10.55 a.m. and 7.50 p.m. . Neerim, Neerin. South and Rokeby, daily, 12 noon.. : Lardner---Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, 11.15 n.m.