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THE NEW POWER. THE JAPANESE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

THE NEW POWER. THE JAPANESE. A new national star has arisen in th`' Far East and blazes out with pic:ures'le vividness in the faco of a prc:leeza world. Mlen observe with astonishment. and ask in the language of Truthful James Are things what they seem Or is visions about ? One looks at the press reports of to-day and then turns back a few months' files withadistincteducationaladvantage. I'oot little Japan, it once was, what tezumrity she showed in pitting herself against the great Chinese Empire 1' Surely the task leians of the latter country would tell in the end! Did not even Lord Wolseley predict that it was China which, in the somewhat hazy, future, would prove the victor in thb mevitable Ar:na gedden ! What show, then, for Japan I Alas for the prophets ! The facts of to day are decidedly against the vaticina tions of a few short months ago. Sir Edwin Arnold, than whom, perhaps, no man living can write with greater authority, has an article on the phenomenon in " The Minis ter,...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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BROTHERS. [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] I. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

BBOTIERSI -- o - :;y ADEL) -E SERGEAST. Z oor . J"a'obws Wife," "Under Firle osn Eso London Mystery." .- I,.t'ak." "Drl Endicott's Ex A sL 1troints R -rZTrD L , *.? i.it-,"' raid theSq .re. "Can'f ra e was a j3orial-looking man, with a ._:ý:-Lineared rah taco, no a.ligthly ovsercst - .r.ow f care or per?pletnt: he were S:?:s ad aiters, carried a thick s.., sc», sd .la:oked erery inch a fine t: !Lý:;ih centle:.an: "Of theeld ?ehool," as : civlr.tt himself. csrtainly: but of -ca.I that ?ad many virtues and many ex. r::ers ri 1s kind. n Ir-on - enerallr known an the -.:d o l hott-to whom the Squire _-Ir. :,as a :san rof essentially different type: . nder. hghtly stooping; pale in com : ruth tpnetrating kindly eyes and an f omingled ratlection and bene .. e hizd the look of a reholr, but ,:.a, :he absorption in albtract matters - metimresmarks the eger satdent: far S?racnca interested in his parshioners , inah, and it was about one of his b-r- that hs reata sesiog, . w; n Se Wesn r0e al...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

.RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRtAGUL TO METLBOURNE. Dep. j a.m. p.m. p.m. Warragul 11.9 4.35 7.5. - Drounm 11.21. .50 8.10;: Luongarry - 11.31J .-:5_- 8.25" Bun ip . 11.38 -11.5 -8.32 (artfield 11.45 5.23 8.39 Tynor- . 11.52 5.30 8.46 Nar-n :oon . 12.0 5.40 8.54 P'akeurnnm 12.9 5.52 9.4 leaconsfield .. 12.25 6.14 9.20 BIerwick .. 12.10 6.18 9.23 lDandenong 12.53 "6.50 9.52 Onkleigh (a) .. 1.16 7.19 Oaklesgh (d) .. 1.21 7.2 10.16 Melbourne .. 1.45 I 7.52 I 10.40 MELhBOURNE. lO WARRAGUL. Dep. n.m 1 n.m p.m Melbourne .. 7.50 11.50 4.30 Oakleigh .. 8.22 12.30 5.2 Dandenong .. 8.40 1.15 5.28 Berwick .. 9.10 1.42 5.52 Beaconsfield .. 9.13 1.46 5.50 Pakenham .. .31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goon .. .44 2.18 6.24 Tynong .. 9.52 2.28 i6.32 Garfield .. 9.58 2.35 6.89 lunyip .. 10.4 2.49 6.48 Longwarry .. 10.10 3.1 6.55 Drouin .. 10.23 3.21 7.10 Warrag~u .. 10.38 3.37 7.25 WARBiAGl?L TO TIRAIALCGON. Departure. .m p.m p.m Warragul .. 11.8 5.45 7.50 Bloomfield .. 11.15 5.52 7.55 Darnum .. 11:22, 6.0 8.0 Yarrag...

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WAR AND WHAT IT COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

WAR AND WHAT O T COSTS. Here are a few plain figures which will help everyone to realise what an awful curse to the human race war lies been, and the dresa of it still is: Even little Belgium spends crvery year L1,916,60 on her army. The engines of a first.class steel man-of war cost nearly L140,000. In less than 300 years Groeat Britain alone has spent L1,359,000,000 in war. .;The peace footing of the Russian army calls for the services of 170,000 horses. The annual coet of the British Army is L17,000,000, of the Navy, L14,000,000. The army of Bolivia costs the people of that impoverished country L360,000 a year. The spring and autumn manrcnvres of the European armies coas annually over L2,000,000. The wars of the last seventy years have cost Russia L335,000,000 and the lives of 664,000 men. It is estimated that since the Christian era Ibean over 4,000,000,000 human beings have perished in war. The average cost of building a British iron. clad is L4S per ton; French, L5 ; Italian, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

Public Notices.' HAMER'S LABOR AGENCY. 159 LONSDALE -STREET, IIMELBOURNE. FAIMEIS, DAIITYMEN, and othei -Employers of LABOR- -Can be Supplied with First-class Ser rant?-No. Charge-No Delay-by making their requirements known tome. Immediateattention given. ----- [CARD.] HAMER & CHESTER, General Commission ANT Farmers' Agents, 159 LONSDALE STREET MELBOURNE. THE NATIONAL TRUSTEES, EXE CUTORS and AGENCY COMPANY of AUSTIRALASIA, LIMITED, Capital Subscribed, £150,000; Paid up c30,000 ; Reserve Fund, £21,400. Dr.rcror.s: Hon. N. Fitzgerald, M.L.C., chairman; lion. Walter Madden, M.L.A., W. Cain, Eeq. J.1'.: Hon. W. I. Winter Irving. M.L.C.; M. O'Shanassy, Esq., J.P. HM, D. M'Eaclhern. Esq. Empowered by Special Act of Parliamentt act as executor, trustee & agenLtforabsentees Managing Director, Hon.W.MIADDEN,M.L.A J. II. MACOIOT, Secretary. 4 (late 117) Collins Street, corner William street, MEL lOURNE. - Goldsborough, Mort I& Co. Limited, Wool, Skin, Hide & T...

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FLAX CULTURE IN GIPPSLAND. SOME LOCAL EXPERIMENTS. OFFICIAL REPORT. INTERIOR OF FLAX FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

FLAX -CULTURE IN GIPPSLAND. SOME LOCAL EXPERIMENTS. ----o- OFFICIAL REPORT. INTERIOR OF FLAX FACTORY. FITTED UP BY MESSRS CLIFF & BUNTING, The illustration shown above represents Mr. M'Kenzie's factory as it appearsin full work. In the right foreground stand numerous sheaves of flax awaiting the manipulation of the " breaker," which may be seen attended by two female operators at the upper end of cie room. Along the left hand side stand a quartette of " scutchers," the working of which will be undeestood by a carefulstudy of the illustration. The "breaker" shown above is constructed upon a new principle, and greatly facilitates the operations of the " sentcher" by the rollers crushing the fibrein passing through. The object of the "breaker," it will be remembered, is to extract the seed. In a recent issue we stated that in spections were being made by Mr. J. Knight, Government Expert, of those flax and hemp crops grown under bonus regulations throughout the colony. There are...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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On the Free List. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

On the Free Li.it. Poor Hankinson, who had comeo to make an evening call, paused at the doorway of the parlor. Y-.nng Ferga son was there ahead of hint, "I can hardly hope for any inter chagg. of ideas this evening, Miss Ka jones," he said, with a ghastly attempt to be facetious, "on the basis of unre stricted reciprocity. You seem to be fully protected." "Protected?" etclaimed MIiss Ka jones, with a ravishing smile. "No't at qll, Mr. Hankinson. Ilaw material is on the free list here. Walk in."-Chi cago Tribune,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

COMING SALES. BY MIESSR1S. I1AMIL'LOO & CO. Februarv 2tlth.-Fur F. G. G3oldsmitlh, fonrzicrly Ca1pt. Liiott's property, cozy:, hornes, atl it varietv ol other things advertised else where. LASSITUDE, IIEA])ACHIIE, BACKACHE, AND INDIGESTOIN ARE SYMPTOMS OF A DISORDERED LIVER. CLEMENTS TONIC IS TIIE ONLY REILIABLE AND RADICAL CURE. IIAVE NO OTHER. YOUR NEIGHBOUR'S CASE. Mr. T. J. Santety, Albury St. B3urruinburrah, who writes on .lune l:;th, 1stii :-About four months ago I was greatly troubled with a continued languid feeling, also loss of appetite, costiveness; in fact, I felt myself hardly capable of carrying on my usual business owing to a tired feeling; 1 awoke in the morning more unre treshed than whei I went to bed. A friend of mine, who was boarding in the same house as me, who had been benefitted by taking Clements for the above svmptons, advised me to try it; I did so, and am happy to say that before I had finished the third bottle all disagreeable symptonms had dis a...

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ALEXANDER III. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

ALEXANDER I!I. ThesCzar is dead ! Not by the hl.a'l of an assassin or a Nihilist. iut by internal poison. A great sensation was produced by the rumour that the late C:ar was attacked by I )jease of the ]ildneys, otherwise I righL' Disease. The excitelment aro.s. ic part from the current kbiowledicl: IIt extreme danger of life was Illinenllt Even WllIen the first annoIICelinlCelt was published. the disease must have . guccd to telast stage of dcvelop mem't. lismtegratnou c ' !_ mF?-? Memlbrane of the Organs in questiol had already rcommenced. whereby tlhey became ine:apable of performing their allotted task of carrying off the Uric Acid from the system, which became a: poison to the blood. At the samle tulle the natural fluids found their way to all parts of tile tody, cauing dropsical swellings from the feet upwards.. Consequently, when the tirst bulletin was issued the die was already ca.t anlid demise was a question of oily weeks or days ill protlirtin to the strength of the inper...

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EXTRAORDINARY CASE. A STARTLING AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

EXTRAORDINARY CASE. A STARTLING AGitl:EM1ENT. -0- A cost extraordinary case was heard at the Flemington Court on Tuesday morning, and special intere;t was attached to the proceedings oi account of the defendant being the father of the girl Annie Atkins, the victim in the mysterious acid throwing case at Ascot Vale. Joseph Edward \'ensonlsued Saunel Atkins for work and labor and materials supplied, goods sold and delivered, and money lent. \\'Wesor further proceeded against Eliza Atkins for illegally detaining goods and chattels of the value of £11 Is ;id. Atkins paid 17s &;d into court in full settlement of the claim against him, and tile detention of the furniture was denied. The evidence showed that a year or two ago a daughter of defendant, then a mere girl, went to live with the complainant, an elderly married man, and his wife. Subsequently they separated, and Wenson now sought to recover some furniture which he alleged was his property. Mr. Brunt, for the defence, stat...

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Feeding Wheat to Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

£esding Wheat to Pigs. The North Dakota Experiment Station of the American Department ofAgriculturefoundthat 1801b. whole wheat produced 1C01b. pork on pigs weighing about 1001b. each when the ex ·e-iments commenced. It toot 4801b. ground wheat to produce 1001b. pork under the same conditions: but the saviug of 101b. of whole wheat would notpay for the grinding. Pigs nLould not be suddenly taken off grass and fed cnly upon wheat. Thee pigs had a little auhe_. and now and again a handoful of hay or hceked umizn fodder, end water, of course. The avenige daily gain of the pigs arvs 112lb. on whale wheat and 1321b. on ground wheat Ground maize gave an increase of 1 401b. per day; onpeas, l?1lb.; andon mixed foods, 1"Glb. This will ehow that even at d. per lb. for pork, it will pay to feed wheat te pigs when wheat is under 2s. ¢d. per bushel. It sould be borne in mind that the manure left by the pigs is of value; but wheat taken off the fa impoverishes it a good deal.

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UNDER THE MISTLETOE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

UNDER THE MISTLETOE. Grandnmmnua. in your frame on the walk. Beautiful maid of the long ago. Stately and clender, blond and tall. With the pinched in waist and the foot an small. Prithee tell-for I fain would know What did you on that Christmastide When great-;great-grandpapa made you bride7 :finidsome and courtly and debonair, " Vith his powilored cto and his Roman nowe, mc.wsthly dark as his bride is fair. iHe retS a hand on your ,tralght backed 'T whis;per to you, I sup;dseo To whisper again as in long ago iay, beautiful bride in the antique dress; ay,, beautiful bride in your bridal white. I!,l you let him gaze on your loveliness Till lifled eye dld your heart coanfes As you led the dance on your wedding nil?l': Did he prles your hand as he bent to ray S'CIet words-as the lovers do today? Ahll courtly groom of the vanished years, leautiful bride of the days long fled, Duo.t but dut are your holnps and fear. Cold your kisscs and dried your tears; But I hang here, over your head, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

Business Notices. SOHWEITZER'S "THE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." -Warragul Shoeing Forge PALMERSTON STREET, l.lo:oite Post-office, WARRAGUL. - JOHN BUTTERS - .11:ST PIRIZETAKEIt ? IlOSE-SIIOE sc:,I:TFIER .ax, IIAHltROWS 3IAKEIi .\sn ]UGGY BUILDER. - Shoeing 416, 516, 6;6. - s<harts Laid ;/G. ' Ctltrs 2/6 SAVING becured the serviecs of Competent Wheelwright, A lasste of Vehicks can n1ow be Matte and Iepaired on the 'remises At the Lowest Possible Rates. HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. T. T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & Chaff Merchant (LrTE A. PI. 3IYEIS & CO.) Napier-street, Warragul. Flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety. Horse Feed, Fowls' Feed, Grass Seed, Pqtatoes, &c. BONE DUST-- -BONE DUST, - All at the 2Lowest l?iile P'rices. - MRS. J. ROSS, - Queen Street, Warragul - H AS a arLge and Varied Collection of STATIONERY, CHILDIRENS' TOYS, SCHOOL IIEmQU ISITES, Such as BDod, Slates, a.gs, ,A., IiABEIIDASHII IY, Cottons, Wools andt CO wel Silks. Tute Oi...

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As to Glants. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

.1A to GlntsI. There has been no subject concerning which more lies have l;rn told than about giants. Until it was found that modern men could not he squeezed into the armor at'the Tower, it was taken for granted that we had degenerated in size. Thi~ is not only not the case, but in the matter of giants we have the advantagcef or predeccssors. The Em peror l aximinian indeed was baid to have been 83t feet high, but' ancient igensnrattou, especially in the case of an emperor, is not to be trusted; in deed, from its not having made him taller, it is certain that there was no one elso nearly so tall. Orestes, it is true, we are told, was 1Q free long-aft er death, but he was not thought so highly of when alive; wo may reasona bly take S feet as his ultin tum.-Lon don News,

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Reactions of Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

Reactions of Milk. -a- - The " Sieentific American" pubitsheu the fol Icwri-g details about the norel reactions of m'Ik:-"If a little tinoture of buaiacum is added to fresh milk, a tblue color is produced. LiIkk heated to fideg. Fahr. or upwards re mains uncolored. Sour milk takes the same font, but the reaction is prevented by the ad dition of mineral acids and alkalies. if a little Starch pastec mixed with potassium iodide is added to milk which hns bsen mixed with old oil of turpentine, a fine blue band appearsat the nsurace of contact, and spetods rapidly. ZHiik freed from albuminous matter doesnot give this reaction. If to fresh mi?l there is added .is: aceoticacid to precipitate the caseine, ian some caustic potaess, and lastlya race of Sa volution of copper sulphte, the violet reaec tino chararteristic of peptooe does not appear; b?t if the milk is allowed to stand fifteen to Stenty hours before this treatment the violet colcr is obtained. Mr Arnold considers the b!-e color i...

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A Love Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

A Love Tragedy. o At Vincennee a terribly tragedy has taken place in a kitchen. The actors in it were a cnirassier, a cook and a chambermaid. The cook, who rejoices in the name of Leocadie, was in love with the cuirassier- who, when ever he had a moment to spare from his mili tary duties, adjourned to the kitchen. While ostensibly making love to Leocadie. who came from the same part of the country as himself, the gallant dragoon was in the habit of casting sly glanoes, at, and of addressing amorous aside, to the chambermaid, the fair Emilie, who is by several years the junior of the cook. Mnademoiselle Leocadie, who had long ob served the partiality of the cuiraosier for the chambermaid, loft the kitchen, saying that she had to go out in order to make some purchases of vege tables for the pot-au-fen. After having absented herself for a few moments, she re turned with celerity and found Emilie receiving attentions from the dashing dra. goon. Leocadie, beside herself with par~ion, sei...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. Baby and I. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

THE LADIES' COLUMIN. Baby and I. We're sailing to dreamland--baby and I, Our toat is nearing the shore; His head is at rest on my loving breast: We lislt to the dripuin÷ onr. Shasl we lan? together Iu the dreamland hether, 0, baby, with soft eves of blue ? Shall we roam the meadows And play with the shadows ? Sleep, d:.rling, I'm writing for you. We're sailinglto dreamland-baby snd I, How white are the dreamland sheep; How purple the hills, how blue are the rills ! o, haten, my darling, to sleep. The birds--how delightful ! 0, sleep a whole nightful They want you, the binds and the flowers, And the gav butterflies They will dazzle your eyes When you enter the dreamland bowers. We're sailing to dreamland-baby and I; 0, cool and calm is the night; His rosy lips cco, his breath, sweetest dew, Fills my heart with love and light 0, soft is the pillow, And playful the billow That rocks us to dreamland, my own. Are little feet ready? Then steady-there-steady, Thy mother must still land alo...

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A.N.A. THE RECENT SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

A.N.A. ------- THE RIECENT SPORTS. --0 The usual fortnightly meeting of the Warragul branch of the A.N.A. was held in the Athenenmn-hall on Tuesday last. There was a large attendance of members, Mr. H. V. Howell, the president, in the chair. After the transaction of the ordinary business, the balance sheet in connection with the sports and concert held on the 30th ult., was read by Mr. H. V. Howell, lion. see. to the sports coin. mnitte, which showed that after payment of all expenses, there was a nett profit of £3'4 4s to be placed to the credit of the incidental fund of the branch. This state. ment was heartily applauded by the usemlbers. Mr. 1. Hillard in moving a hearty vote of thanks to the president and Umembers of comnuittee, and all who had contributed by their efforts to the success of the sports and the concert, said he would be failing in his duty did lie not specially refer to the splendid work done by Mr. Howell, their president, who was indefatigable in his efforts in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

Auctioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, SStock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - STOCK ENTEIEI) FOR Till' IULIN BULK AND \WARIAGUL .MARKETS - FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations Undertaken -Loans Arranged. Loca loAl. r;:sTNTATll Or M1EISSES. W-M. HAMILTON & CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 23t:n FEB., 1814. WTI. hAMILTON A CO. will sell by public auction. at their yards, Turf Club Hot.l. on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owners- HIorses. Cattle. Sheep, figs, e. WM'. HA.MIITON .A CO., Warra;gul, and 120 Queen-str.eet, 'Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDIiAY. Stt MARCHI., 1!'5. J 'ti. JIAMILTON & CO. willhold their" next rMonuthlty Sall at thenir yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the above date, when they will offer Ilorses. C.ditle. Sherp. WM. HIAMILTON A CO., Warragul. and 120 Queen-street. Melbourne LEONGATIIA SALE. FOBRTSIGIITLY SALE. Thnurday, February 28, At One p.m. Sharl,. \T.I. IlA'MILrTON &amp...

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Ladies' Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

Ladies' Gossip. A beautiful punch ladle was recently seen among a bride's wedding presents. It was in lteform of a pond lily bud, half opened, for the bowl and a twisted lest pattern for the handle. Thewhole was sllv-r, except that the bowl was lined with gold. Rumor says that the mn:k veil is to be re vired thrs year. it rs to be hoped not, for a more unbecoming veil never covered a pretty face. The shorter ler.g:h ma-k vi. reaching just blow the eyes, is :he more becomini of the two styles. Tle one worn to just r"ach thd tip of the nose ts very tryiv and us.ually dis fioring. To add to the hidenru--s of this style, fashion decrees that styhish mask veils shalli have a borderof l,-e on ote ede-. Very closely dotted veiling, either of chenille or jet, dotted, i ptterred for this style of veil, because it is ore erffectire. A ~rk re i is tarly- worn with any style of hat except a toque or bonnet. A netw fic?re for the catillnn is the golf quadrille. The dancers wear costlumies a- nea...

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