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MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
Mti.S, LObSE T WAIRAGUI S FOR. Melbumrne, twice daily; at 10.15 am. and 7 p.m.; travelling post,1.10 a.m. gand 7.0 p.n. r. be and Baimsdale, twice daily, 10.15 ,.Lam. and 7 pm.; travelling post, 10.55 a.in. and 7.S0 p.m. eeri, ' Seerim South and Rokeby, -daily, 12 noon. . Lardner-Mondays, Wedneadaysiand Fri. days,11.15 a.nm.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
'£TELEGRAMS V torisW --To or f 1m any saadon, asi Terds or under, 6d; earh zddiioeal word J.2XKzme and address of sderd and r$eier is not eharged_ -.------wsa -.S.Wales--Te, words Is.; ddiuional worda, l. ; -r S. .Azsar.liaand TasmiiaTea w.ords 2s.; addition- word 52d. Queenslandand Western Ansdrai. Ten words, as,; each additional word, 3d. Xew.Zealand.-Ten words, s 6d.; each additional word, 6d. The address and signatnre of messages to New Zealand are cai ed o for jVnihed Kingdom, 4s410d. perwod
A NEERIM SOUTH TRAGEDY. DEATH OF ROBERT MITCHELL. Traralgon, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
A NEERIM SOUTH .TRAGEDY DEATH OF ROB1RT MITCHELL. -0- ([B TELEGnAP..] Y°}' Tlgo';Monday. The young man, Robert Mitchell, of Neerim Sonth,.who shot himself in a. Traralgoni iotel last Tiiesday, died in the Gippsland Hospital this afternoon. The bullet which had lodged behind his h ose was :suc de fllsfuly e?tr:actd after a delicate operation and hopes were entertained that he might pull through. ·.He showed signs of. im provement. until to:day, when the" injury to his brain proved fatal, and lie gradually- sank. Hisi sister was in attendance upon him-rup to his death, andnhis fate excited much sympathy.in, this district:.'
OUR LOCAL POLICE AND BUSH FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
OUR LOCAL POLICE AND BUSH FIRES. Sin,--Some months ago the Sergeant of Police ljad a rdtice inserted in your paper warning people about'the careless use of fire, and threatening all sorts 'of things against .anyone caught making fires, etc. Now, sir, for the -last week a heavy' fire has been ragingabout three miles south of WVarragul, and doing great damage to fences, &c., and yet we' hear of no action being taken by the' Police. Having occa sion to come from Lardnor direction on Sunday I saw the great damage this fire had done on the Messrs. Murdio Bros'. property, and also to the fences on Mr. Smyth's lauid, tb'sanj notliirig of tlio wayI in which the road is blocked for traffic by the many trees across it. By the way, is the Council bound to clear off these trees? Seeing the immense amount of damage` this fire is likely to do yet, for it is burn ing fiercely, I made a few enquiries as to its origin, but all I could find out was that it started last Sunday, and it is suppo...
TINDALE-FLEMING TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
.TINDALE-PLEMING TROPHY. Sir.- With your permission I would like to offer a few remarks on the letter of " Delegate 'No 2," which appeared in yourlast issue anent the Tindale-Flemingi Trophy Competitibn. At the outset Lfeel I must .couiplimuont "Delegate No 2." oin liis.candour, as in his letter he states, in reply to. my last letter, "instead of allay ing the bitter feeling that all the clubs around have for the Warragul club it will only intensifyit." : May'I'ask " Delegate No 2" why and :wherefore the Warragul club has excited the envy iand animosity of the rival clubs which arteengaged in this competition? Through lthe mediumn of " Delegate No 2's " letter the cloven foot of petty jealousy is manifested in a most unlmistakable manner. But 1 will now come .to the point and deal seriatim'withi' .the comments of the writer in question. "Why," he says, "is all the cry for Mr Sneling dnly-What has Mr MeAlister done ?" In repjlyto this I may.say that. Mr McAlister had gone to Korumbur...
A FIN DE SIECLE IDEA. SEWING AND HOUSEWORK NOW "BELATED TRADES" FOR WOMEN. South [?] as Applied to the [?] Up to [?] Address—"What's the World [?] [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
AFI DEE SI IDI LE?JE TPA. L S Ft VIOI- SL Lsa svrestw.esas lis3ysealKsr s..adr y pyad to 1a rxrb- -Am--lr: Cr t rr Au,,rn.- '.,Mac " sse v.r.An?.m ag h1-3 rlý' far a ? ., red a , -- c:r r.Tw I=, fra nie .at z "lac v.at z-r* td tan,~r zd to i, It'kere. s the'.+ý z tr xaC t i . o:sweatc : t2:.- wh at tf ,a t.l, arEra% st. I ,e ar b , 2lut tiarie T e:rrsic~rnZais .: iI . Tsrraer1 (.? lazy f::s er1aJZg s :s: kint a !t=A u Zre tsr e '& h :Arta. eGrAV t ??LtW ; h Jr nzdnfhat olf eary ? titl~ tn-) e*2 ah lata'n opn a t cien rt its ? r a c -i4 er?t ra of r ? yenr:a 0? de Is= -lat:an, When ?i hia ?een &tel ta art ant d wfr a .f: free zo c'g",e t ra ?:.dt or a ??za~tra with is', fear rtr far,gh »o't~-eri 'r hagra a. hsr ~ idtldy ger al aore h~arzona. Tr.i to tfaj that wbemse& n would. toe d l aity alt, l y ] ,it ? ?oly for ace itiMt r ican -f he* frL-?,Z, r; o € drtX: thea ctewK ao c.z heV ck. b ai' d tsi, &lt;_.d =--»a d dat't i c: frk--anto thare tir l? re.nr...
YARRAGON. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
YARRACON. ANNUAL MEETIWG OF THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. -o- (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) . The annual meeting of the sub scribers to th6 Yarragon Mechanics' Institute was held in the hall on Wednesday evening, the President, Mr. H. Fisher, in the chair. The at tendance was somewhat small, but there was an absence of the disorder that has frequently been a charao teristic of previous meetings. The Secretary, Mr. Sanders, sub. mittel the following REPORT : We have much pleasure in presenting our annual report, although not so satisfiactory as we anticipated at our last annual meeting. We thein thought that we should be able to have the building painted throughout and a new fence erected in front: improvements which yon will admit. are disirable. But for causes, over which we had no control, we were unable to carry out these most desirable plans. For instance, the court rent had to be reduced from £30 per annum to £15 and the Government, in carrying out their retrenchment policy reduced...
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. The following accounts are lying at the lleceipt and Pay OJlice, Warragul: 11. Burns, P. Bellingham, J. Briggs, J. Bonnor, W. Curtis, A. Cain, W. Cousins, J. Ducey, E. Frost, S. Gill, (43, J. G. Hearn, G. Hodges, L. HI. Jackson, D. Jones, 1t. Jolly, 1'. Kiinane, T. Kelleher, C. Leach, W. Manton, J. Maginn, A. Mackenzie, E. Moore, J. McMahon, N. 0. iMcQuirk, A. Nelson, l'oowong and Jeetho Shire, F. 1'ahner, 11. Paterson, W. J. lloberts, A. Strang, J. Thorne, J. W. Williams, H. W. Witton, J. G. Young (2).
LARDNER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
LARDNER. (FROM oun ouN CORnESPODENT'r.) --0--- Dense columns of smoke were seen rising in the direction of Mir. Nottman's on Monday afternoon. It was at first feared that his stacks were on fire. Mr. Pascoe's thrashing machine being at his farm, but it subsequently proved to be some scrub that had been cut by MIr. Currie, of " Yulong," Lardner, which had been accidentally and unfortunately ignited. Being late in the afternoon and a cool day the burn was a disasterously poor one, which means a great deal of extra picking up, and a likelihood of much undergrowth to keep down in the next year or two. 0 0 0 Master F. Gregory, son of the Lardner Postmaster, met with an accident last week by being thrown from his horse against a stump. His collar bone was dislocated and Dr. Trumpy set the bone on Sunday and the patient is recovering under his care.
CRICKET. WARRAGUL v. JINDIVICK. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
CRICKET. W ARRtAGUZ v. JINDIVICK. --0-- sn Saturday afternoon the Tindale eming competition was advanced other stage, when the Jindivick nm tried conclusions with the Warm SClub on the show grounds. The ather was all that could be desired, a splendid pitch was prepared. re was a large attendance of spec tors. Both clubs having scored an ial number of points great interest s taken, members of each team ilg confident of winning, putting bir best men available into the field k captained the visitors, Brewer ng likewise for the locals. Punctual time the locals took the field, divick having won the toss decided bat. Rogers (21), Vesey (27, not , and Hutchinson, being the only men to show any form. The iags closing for 67. White and idson sharing the bowling honors, latter taking three wickets in one r, the fielding of the locals was very the wicket seemed too fast for tors. On Warragul going in to the wickets fell rapidly, 7 being t for 14 runs, but the veteran idson pulled them out of t...
A VISIT TO THE NORTHERN LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
SA VISIT TO THE 1NORTHERN LEAD. (BY BENALbEE).. When visiting the mining property known asNortliern LeadnearNeerim, I was very much surprised to notice the great similarity of the gold bearing wash in their tunnel to the immense alluvial deposits at a place called the Nullagine, in West Australia. There is always a certain amount of similarity in all gold bearing wash, but in the case of the two places mentioned, namely, the Nullagine and the tunnel of theNorthern Lead, the resemblance is peculiarly noticeable. There is a likeness in the gold and also in the rock formation. The Nullagino country has afforded remunerative employment to a fairly large number of men for five years, and promises still to support them for years to come, At the Northern Lead they have the benefit of a grand supply of water for sluicing close to the workings, from the appearance and prospects of gold bearing wash in the tunnel, there is every prospect of many years profitable employment for a more or less ...
FROZEN SHEEP. A SPLINDID RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
FROZEN SHEEP. -4-- SPLL\DID RETURN. ---- eulars have been received of rossbred wethers shipped to I by Mr. W. MI'Culloch, of ccan, through Messrs. Tnrnbull ,and Co., in the s.s Parramatta assilia. The skins averaged id the fat Is. 5d. per head. eep realised 1s. ld. in London a total of £1 2s. 2d. The s per head were-Rail charges neknig, is. ld. ; consolidated Wtngt freezing, freights, and rges in London, lls, 10.; mak tal of 12s. 11d. This left a sn per head on the estate of The sheep were by Mertonn '3 Lincoln ram from War eweo, and, as will be seen Price realised for the skins, they t ay soon after shearing. 1 c1P were fattened on the only, and were in prime con ering i661b frozen, The oir til? hinpment show that it to shp really prime sheep to ]on market.
CAL DIVORCE CASE. DECREE NISI GRANTLD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
CAL DIVORCE CASE. - € ECREE NISI GRAINTLD. -- ---- > Jutice Williams on Friday dealt e divorce petition of Mary Jane of Melbourne, for a divorce from hband Frank Banks, farmer of ,l on the grounds of his habitual mess and leaving her without of support. The parties were and were married on June 24, Ascot. The petitinneretated that band had been for many years drunkard, and had treated her until in October, 1884, she left For 11 iears she had been supportd father. There were two children 1 decree nisi was granted for the on of marriage, with costs, the ar to have custody of the child - was no defence.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
Ial-I--E bya lfornrs r de 2.L Pde rs.-Eusy 2= o 's eaic. &~ays~nzazes-Esesc 4 or. ocn~e~ 33 =&e4 2j, . Id. afar o : New. SBzh WAles an Qadeol, eso~alns ankles - i any TZ3s i, t t e PE ktte rze. -a. Pzrs3 FaPL-fl-b, :fbs, Ease Me, r .ea 9L; cZthl extra Lla3, B3 ztdzl 1 m att:e P.O. All Conrias o~ad nrl (wbith fc !=W.3l pZoTs Essaetf Bnzrt few nokea Carr, _. _eclh 1(d Poet mppers 4 oz at ceadet .Id kiafry Pad Cardsj: '· rd~ (A: C p l pagee~a~~os, o lr i t.ih ),ewisper . 4o azoer Ea~erbznincra 2o.orraz I (c)Pi csm)onciad, toe ryo 2vInfser3 (lr pla;Erin oanae tiare Xnlb. snr 4 oer . I ;r er -. 15' (i Prccnre a!e f*a-,` 5, Tione, old ta KngomFP Cpaeta. Idaen panelardi an be obtaindo .. ny d Inerwlrdalol Baiisi grod F~oreign *ca r--Ii~nd ci weight, 11 lbs. Fi6 Qe--Uniii Kingiloc Clasoir~edr, 1~.63; cada adlditismzrl ltho runsr, 9d Inda, 1 lb. or nor,l. carl addixcidos Slb, Is. -: - I'arclc ireIs &orwardel, ~ia Landau to erexy~ anlony ran-eoatry to which die Ijized~...
HINTS ON ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
mILr's ONADVUTISIIG A bra!.*it i s not. to-te d-Ah tbr A i Mg ttoio, t t , 1 lrr.ta-es -T ad gtarts a litie at a -=e, b. E raget as one o the miearsy tth ýsa 4s S'tnichaa an isLi t;e; s abm tbf, o cosr; it ih r s eo? a htngas &ing oaff idr Wo chreply th "noa.?-e 3 irEs o tw.a i, e - i n 0x=e at an. If n lhave a god3 mtaea r yay shiM adrer ise, lae . r~c ' ur.s Iro faht ae a`et..c? S4 si ;at everand a?e?aip sm . in the rac. If y?our bni iha mall yea huldc adver,·ie, arni lt the gic~ ixstrr wzp y . rwam Wahaht yvonIae to a?, that trey may corie and by. Trini to do losiness w?haoai adver thiig is lie making faces in the sasE; s- io may k,,r5 whae yot are at -, The -ao Who-, withot: . o:.t.. can tkee rer ae fr i t IEblic, ir extar:1: infaormig poeie ac to n tie who he is, where he is to be fani?, and afrt hbei n. paare, to do. io a ' the or -e faoroent Cause of fa?t is the want of corage, and the lnhoing h eak when a little more pa: G e would tarn the ase.e wth 'i gratifyin remi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
LUZThTE1U THE NEW LIGHT. TlllB NEW AMERICAN ILLU IIAHIIAT hl nrnr 11RYLIK NI ( ''ti ,, I ln:I ry , :,l"", a L, rl·Vrr yu lldn UyR, n,l 1:1:11.1,1 \:'I ' 1:~ll i 11,1'1' ' Its 1ini lry if ol-hj ,r'u4 , "mill l -mI LlI iii. tuiirjtiun of u\ery b yur. 111 o cry ik,;lnljll tc5NucS iil no rEt ii:l I :orl a' 1 yet, no iii. Vl I. It 1"t gnlmm:?ill n Ii I; of I 'I iuj'1. P,luiu I1 liii! I I'...uItutu,. I'l tý!" N ut I. Aulc yufr5 rttu, 1r' tuui,.utto ttit, ndtl L i, IL vihb' THE NEW LIGHT E'OIl BALI k 4'L'ri :I'IILLIIL: SPECIAL AHNOUNCEMETE. i"WARRAGUL GUARDIAN" "YARRACO TRAFALGAR EXPRESSs" NEW LOCAL FIRM. ¬E f .>rI'trsirn- of tha atore ol rrk.r~I-r j"rnal' ~desi to rw. -3 ? cat they have cnl.lu3d . E- t r gstnnrAsv with Mr. Wiiina Bsionm SHzarrey and Ifr. Mr alt ChpEiivll for am. usng the pr cnri eorlsip. tAgether %31, th oGeneral Prietieng and Pok d J~za'inxs nmnacted therewith, a> 4 tnr: the may be given iha rime pwpeake~i of gaezreua spor as the etazL!id: e n-r b-a rseivcd in the ...
THE NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCILLORS. A STORMY MEETING. UNCOMPLIMENTARY LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
THE NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCILLORS. A STORMY MEETING. -0 UNCOMPLIMENTARY LANGUAGE. KA long.brwin' tstbrnniiieretf at tho meeting of th"i Na aai ShlirbCouncil on Friday last. ihe'?ethire representatives of the:West Riding have been at cross purposes for some time, and events at the lsia mretiing, taatoed ':t ii natters to a head. The difference is regrettable for the sake f all concerned, the ratepayers as ,welL1as.,thoicrrepresontatives,. .as.it -is probable the outcome of some misunder Sstanding. The disputants were very much heated, and the debate must have lasted fully 80 minutes. i:-The event immediately. leading u'iito th6" debate was the presentation of a petition by Cr. Bilson, which.wvasbefore the council- at last meeting from 'Messis.; Wayo,? Williams, Clarke, -C611irnis; Dawson and. Lumb,. asking. that the ajproaches to curdfiry?-'and -ýcnlvertd betiveen Allambeo and Williams' be .repaired, as the road was not .fit toitravel on. ' " ; ~ A farther.petilion,was/that i dayplaced ...
WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 20 February 1894
WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION. A large number of ladies interested in work of the above society assembled at the now premises of tile union, 138 Flinders. street last week the occasion being the formal opening of the building by the Mayoress. Mrs. Press, the president of the union, presided and there were present the Mayor, Cr. Snowden, and Mr.I Baker. M.L.A., the Minister, of Education. The Paesident, in opening theprocceed. ings, briefly explained the work of the society. Its general aim was to elevate the life of young women who had to earn their own livelihood, and, by affording them comfortable homes, to keep them from all influences that might be harmtul. There were 40 different departments in the organisation, each of which had its special object Mr. Bake addressed the meeting. He was not present as a matter of duty; it was a real pleasure to be there and see toe evidence of the grandcst work the colony had ever known. Ieo was a strong believer in theliufluence of women,...