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The End of the World. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

The End of the World. The end of the world prophets are busy with their conferences just now all over the kingdom, and will reach Yorkshire shortly with a meeting at Bradford on January 30. Some very rich men have joined the movement, and among the most prominent is the Asaistant Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis. It is curious that the present year should have seen the publication of a book by an American scholar, the object of which is to show that the world is quite younn, not yet reached its maturity, much less its decline. Our prophets find their view confirmed by the recent Transit of Mercury, by the opening of the Jaffa-Je-usa lem railway, and by the re-building of the Temple at Jerusalem. The last piece of in formation may be a surprise to many people, but one of the prophets, recently visiting Rome and Milan. saw two pillars which she was told were for the Temple in question together with a pair of fine brass gates, which she saw somewhere else. All the signs, astro...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Why He Went. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

Why He Went. Clarence Templeten and Clan were seated - together on to beach. Their acuaaintance was one of h weeks' standing, and yet in in period of time they had been in1 itantly together. Clara thou;?: the opportunity that she had lot?: her dreams, and had been shreaiy ing her hand. The time had arrived for p.. decisive action. "So you leave for the city to-r Templeton!" she said, with Mn difference. "Yes," he replied thonghtit, aithounh it may seem paradorisl,it sorry and glad." " We shall all miss you Eea continued. " You have con inestimably to the succass of or other entertainments that it will h hard to exist without you. But lfc I exactly comprehend your mn?ed yoU. say you are both sorry and :is Haven't you enjoyed yourself her. "Indeed I have," respordr. heartily, " for you girls have certl it moat enjoyable for me. I shs!.l round of gaiety and these dee"' formal tete-a-tetes very much. I this account that I am sorry to lea?n " Then why are you glad youcnI interrogated Cla...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Victorian Reminiscences. THE GOLDEN HORSESHOES. A REMINISCENCE OF AN ELECTION ON THE OVENS GOLDFIELDS IN 1855. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

Viotorian. SBlemnilisencOB, . THE GOLBEN IIORSESHOES. ' A IEMINISCENCE OF AN ELECTION ON TIlE OVENS GOLDFIELDS IN 18.35. BY AN Eva.WITNESS. There are many strange recoltlections that i occur to the mind of an old colonist, and form the subject of many a yarn of the early days of Victoria, when a few thousands of enterprising men from the Old Country were laying the foundations of an English settlement which was to grow rapidly into a great and prosperous colony. One ot the ,nostinteresting of these recollec tions is one of which I have personal know ledge. Like many a reminiscence of the past, especially dealing with those days of remarkable prosperity, when the chief product of this colony was gold, and every other man was either a miner, prospector or in some way interested in the diggings, this is one that has often been told with so much embellishment of detail that one may be forgiven for telling again a story which the present writer can recount with an intimate knowledge,whic...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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WIT AND HUMOUR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

WIT AND HUMOUR Tommy to Billy: "I say, Bill, we've got a new cook. She's deaf, and can't hear us go for the cake ; she's near sighted, and can't see us take them; and she's German, and can't tell on Jinks: "If you women had to earn your money you would't be so fond of spending ite" Mir, Jinks : " E.rn it, indeed! How would you men feel if you had'to beg younts?" The trouble with not a few men lies in the factthat they have a tongue that runs fifteon knots at hour and a brain that moves at the rate of only ten knots. at His Uncel'e.-Dick Norris: Did you hang up your stocking for Christmas? Charlie de Broke: No, I hunt up my watch. THE AiB:ITtRATOR, Two ladies reach a tramsar That haujust one vacant seat ; Each glances at it sidewise While they very warmly greet. " You take it. doar," says one ; " No you, " Ido not care tosat "There. now, it's yours ! " the other adds : "' I con!dn't think of it !" "You're tired, dear, I know you are, So do be seated, pray." The other says : "Oh, no, ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE ROOT OF THE MATTER. A SOCIAL STORY. CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

STHE IROOT OF THE IATTER.E IHNII. A SOCIAL- STORY. Br H. H. tHutrAPlos. CHAPTER XIL ". Now,- Iay," said lortiraer, ttire com lnencemest-of the next diseseies, " I have "gotone objection to raise rgainat all you've b?en'sayltg that I fancy will take the wind nut 'of hoar sails. \Vbarever else you've besen -eaehingit isn't Srteialism." " HId do youmean ?"asked Blake. ":I 'have beenmakiug inquiries from some of the experts, and Ifind that your socialist philcsophers declare that theirideals are ' in politics Democracy, in property and industry Communism, and in reliaion Humanism, uor, aosiethingof that sort. Anl the man in the atreet, for whom you so -'ersistently de -ilne responsibility. ?-ay that what the Socialists want is the neatiunalisation ofe the aexanas of production, "diStribution and ex -ct?ange; which being inteupriete is, that .eaerythmgused tan tealth-making is to be placed in the hands of tlrestteat. Now' you ahirked the whole flthis." "Perhaps, MIr Bltae hasn't got so f...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

Diseases in Sheep. 0- 0 WORMS, FLUKE AND FOOTROT. The lrevalence of worms, fluke and footrot in the flocks of Australia this season prompts us to republish the following series of suggestions, prepared some time back by the Chief Inspector of Stock : KI"DS OF WOIst. The most comamon, as well as the most in jurious, kinds of worms with which the sheep have been infested are : The " Thread," stomach worm (Strongylus contortus). The "Tape," intestinal worm (Treaia ex The Lung Worm(Filaria bronchalis). re raRs5 o s.-FOR SroMraC & A&'D IonrsTiNAL WOBMMS The Arsenic Drench.--Thoproper dose is, say, 2gr. arsenic to a grown eheep, l pr. to 'a weaner, and lgr. to l~gr. to a lamb. Arsenic, lo. avoirdupoisa: wasamg soda. 2oz. avoiedu pots; water, 4gal. BIoil slowly for half anhour until the arsenic is all dissolved ; then add water to make mixtureo op to lg.l. Let it settle, and pourclear liquid quietly off and bury sediment. This will drench 10 grown sheep. Dose-1 fluid oz. Or...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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OLD TORPEDO. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

OLD TORPEDO. BY PERCY VAILE. Yes, that is old Torpedo-in his day as line a hunter as I ever had my legs across, and that's saying a good deal, for in my time I have ridden many hard-fought steeplechases, both on hunters and out-and-out ruce-horses, and very few of them could have troubled that old borseorver a real, rough, wear-and-tear journey anywhere from three miles upwards. He wasn't so fast for the first mile or two, but once he was thoroughly warmed up you could hardly stop him, and baraccident-of which we have both had cur fair ahbae-ho as generally there or thereabouts at the finish. I seem very fond' of him? I should rather think I am. The game old fellow served me. well in my hour of need and I've never for gotten it, although it is a long time ago now. I'll tell you how it was if it won't bore you. You'll be pleased ? Very well, then. Here goes. We are standing just now in a fine place for me to explain it to you. When my father first came to Otahuhu in 18- he bought thi...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE HORTICULTURIST. The Orchard and Fruit Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

THE HORTICULTURIST. The Orchard and Fruit Garden. The work of gathering, storing and norting autumn crops of fruit must be attended to with regularity, using good care that the trees are not injured by careless pickers not accustomed to the work. Thers is a proper place in the stem at which to detach every npple or pear, and by gently raising tie fruit and pressing the thumb nail hard against the stem where it joins on the branch, it can lbe easily detached. On the contrary, a straight pull will in many in stances tear off the fruitspur and a piece of valuable bearing wood several inches long, thus injuring the trees, and destroying ths crop more or less for next reason. Fruit in tended to be kept should be sorted ac cording to their condition of ripeness before casing them up. It is, however, atways better to go over the trees a secood ttime or oftener than to gatherrlpe and unripe at one timne, there to generallya difference of at least a week or ten days in the dateof ripening ev...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Favorite Mottoes. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

° Favorite-M ottoe:;. 4 *----o------· nciringthb lastsfew sdays-.L have buh ed myeelt in. inducing: sever?t well-known i; people, to, teiLme the mottoes they like "Never Fret" is the choice of Sir Henry n Hawkms, a phrase; decadedly appropriae when the -ar~ed jodge is aboutto sentence a i prisoner: Lord ! Chief Justice Coleridge's ; motto is " As Life, so the End." Sir Francis Jenne, the 'iesident iof the Divorce Court. writes to. e as follows;- " a[ afraid I, have never thought what is 11 my favorite motto, or, if' 1 have one: and I' am bound to- say that. if I was conscious of a favorite, motto i c should reeard is much as the. religion of c all wisemen, which a wise maa-never tells. If I wanted a good practical work-a-day kind of motto I:should; hesitate- between 'Soon enough, it well enough,' and ' Yield not to inifortunes, but advance more boldly i . to meet them." The editor of the " Standard" is rresigned to fate, for his motto is " What-till be will be." George It. Sims. has...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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AT MARKET VALUE. " Chambers's Journal." CHAPTER XXVI.—(CONTINUED) [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

BY1 GEILNT" AMEi Author of "This ct Collo ' "oodEoy]al. " Chambera's; JoornaaL SCHPITE · s L-(conzomuEn) ,Rufues tortimer.laiddown. the paper-in: a tuimnltof delight.lHre atlsao he Sawa charo for the:soluttion of: the problem of _lrold'' fnture. Though art had failed him, he might lirae.byqitaratore.. To-be-asre. ooee'wellow doea't wakes a:emamer- nor-one good rrioe r (als!)' the fortuneof a volume, But Rufua MOrtimer didn't know that; and he felt aure in his heart that a man who rould wrrte so as to mnerit such praise from one of the' mozst notoriooaly critical of modern orgaes; must certainly be able to make a: living.by his pen. even if he had only .a left ]hand left wherewith to weild it. So off 'he. rshedut once in'high glee to Arnold Willoaohby'b r onlystopping;on the way-to boy:oonyv'of -the-rview atthe railway: booksall it. te: nearest underground station. SWhen. he, reached :Arnold's lodgin now.. rnmoved'mnch' farther west, n r atheen. H-slegratve's rooms; e horried up.stai...

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GENERAL BRIEFS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

GEtRAL. R lEFtS, ! tarried womenu in JTpsallshare ofEtheir eyehrows and blacken their teeth. Thar Singa3ese. after -etietiug the: honey fromti the bee, eat the iusect it sell. It is iteliurvetd y tuinrcopilste thb th highest 'powers Col their:imitrumenta have not vet revealed the more mUnlUtu fcmns of atnimal lifoe; The Britisa commander in .Nankine has been stoned and chased by the Chinese. Thee may nowb be tra~ble between Great Brit?rinand GO3lnt;. There are wordaintie Chinse languooag that have as many as forty didereint meanings, each depending on tha' iatona tion used in pronouncing it. When the body, of a Meohammedan is prepared fr biurin asccail-cik is left on the too o"isi cranium whereby the angel of the resr-ection an hlift him out of the grave. The deepest boring into ri. earth's sur faceof which, we halrv- any hkowledga is at Parrchowiez: Si;csir.. The diameter of the boring i- 2s 4iuches, and its depth 3522 feet. A German statisticia=- has computed that Greece tands in ...

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OUR DOINGS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 February 1895

OUR DOINGS TO DATE. The niembers of the local branch of the A.N.A. intend holding a Ladies Night shortly, and on -Wednesday applied to the Council for the use of the rooms of the Shire aill for the purpose. The large roomm would be required for dancing. The Council agreed to malie a charge of two guineas for the night. An application is to be made by the Council to have the date of the local Agricultnril Society's show--March 31st -proclaimed a general holiday through out the shire. A concert and social is being arranged in connection with Warragul Presbyterian Church to take place inl the Public Hall on Wednesday evening next. An enter taining programme is being prepared and refreshments will be handed round at intervals free of charge. It is announced elsewhere that 'Mr. J. L. Parkes will sell on February 2Sth, the publican's and public luncheon booth, anod also the right to snpply Itncheon to the cotmmittee in connection witli the forth. comting show of tit local Agricultural Soc...

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WITH THE NATIVES. [?] MINIMUM WAGE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

WITH THE NATIVES. ?--o \E{ :I IO WAGE QUESTION. S i:, _;, : , summnary of a short : : "..i: :u Wage Question : i. :: at last Tuesday's \ ::., tr: branch of the c ",: n¢'2 hits rem arks on the :. i - : of ihe question M r. re ::: as an Association ::g on dangerous ground :.ai;:: un wage question. .:: -, a oi atru so-many different S:irh.,:asthat it appeared almost ,,?:e vRIany members to bring an :,-ieat to bear on the : :::, cultivate a reasonable -: e others honest con . : a::?:n:ed that it would be .. : :: .ocrnmnent or municipal S-i: ,r more than it wonld ::. : :her words more than it's :-:e.. :.::ci a course if pursued S 0z: of u:ne could only plunge .::y deeper and deeper into a: I.: .ie ::o t of special rates to ri .?o: rel- nuld be a gross injustice I - ere not so fortunate as to Se,:ue: t under Government . c.::T cJrol. The wage earner, -i. was worth exactly what .:.-: :_- hi. services, and that :.:: w:ta-re ulated by the laws I id.: a.:d tard and the ability and f :he indiv...

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CHILDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

CHILDERS. --0 1,. rcmmon with the colony gener ,. hav e experienced a season of :... which has dried up our withered gardens, and . - rowth of our fruit, rape, ii:vl er, we ought to be , s-mall mercies. The : entirely gone, the potato :?7i-.:;:er than desirable is any S??ailure, and the fact that :, i agents in acknowledging - 1::: of peaches from a local t:.. aid the fruit had anived i",ier asked him to for many more peaches as he ] . indicates that a market • can be produced here. ,i?ve hai the uscal bush fires' .. : , little or no damage . I hear, settlement on S: leserve is progressing c a:. Several of the settlers a h?: .eason, and will shortly Stheir families into the ::.. of E. .1. Diver will he . o hear that he intends S.. , r Australia for the S~igt years. " a.; Christian Endeavor .:..re. The membership is not those who attend find the .. teresting and profitable. A 'i .'lbus for the half-year has -:_:c drawn up.

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FROM THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

FROM THE GAZETTE. Licences dlclared void : 20a. Samuel Smith, Neerim East; Hector Lamont, Nearim East; 815a, J. Minnear, Noojee East. Leases declared void : i025a, G. .Slaven, Nonice East. Tlhe Defence D)cpartment tells us thi Major General Sir Charles Holled Smith gets no " allowances" in addition to the '150G per annumn provided for him ol the estimates. In this respect he is said by the department to be 500 a year worse off than his predee:ssoe Major. General Tulloch.

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WARRAGUL COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

WARRAGUL COUNTY COURT. -0- A sitting of the \Varragul County Court will be held to-morrow when the following cases will be dealt with : JURY CasE. Sharp v. Calvert-Slander, £249 0 0 UNDER £20. Barnett v. iarrow-Destruction of sheep, £19 190 Ryan v. Fogarty-Slander, ±19 19 0 BPTWEEN £20 AXn £150. Tyzack v. Whittaker- and others-goods supplied, £21 14 0. McI,.tosal v. lirioe-Pro. note £ .4709. 1ETWEESN £50 AND? £'50. Kirby v. Perris--Breach of agreement, i150 0 0. Canali v. Shire of l'oowong and Jeetho Work and labor done £225 7 5. It is expected that two or three cases at least, will be settled out of court, and that the remainder will be disposed of during theday. There are no cases to come before the General Sessions.

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THE RELATIONS BETWEEN PRESS AND PUBLIC. PIN THIS ON YOUR MIRROR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

THE RELATIONS BETWEEN PRESS AND PUBLIC. PIN THIS ON YOUR MIRROR. ----o [Fimoe Ts E ' GIPPSL.AiD FAR~tEIIS' JouRSaL."] "The greatest aid you can give your newspaper is your job printing. It yoil do not feel able to run an advertisement, surely you can afford to give the news. paper your cards, dodgers, billheads, memo, forms letter-heads envelopes, and all business printing to execute. The newspaper man needs it, and it helps l111 to pay for setting up the thousand-and.one free notices be gives you and your twnl. The time may come when a newspaper may live simply upon the revenue derived from advertising and subscriptions, but no ordinary country newspaner can now exist without the auxiliary support derived from job printing. Therefore, if you want a good local newspaper-one that can still further help you and your town give it your job printing." This paragraph reminds us that, so far as thanks for puff paragraphs all flattering notices are concerned, the newspaper man is very much ...

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TAKING A BACK SEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

STAKING A BACK SEAT. 4oaeil d moi is fortunately possia sense of humor uland was amuisel rat) Cr thn oyd at eho peard in t1s h 9-Ds S." in wover, ho penredi io nsltha gy is anare tlait public noticoe-f him has been taken 4) such,/°aClifl)t t I 'l-u ad icriktizi><eeili i irheji' a lsad to f1l id-z~ b t f fil't~ttland shhrrell ;,ý lat'rliee~tliE~atrdbh( itelrds' nm 'lit I e Wrote :-'" ort can, !prflourbe. sit r htjclWk;iu aie;boewifyýou ý7ll~ib~o, wtýt~l 4±n aoliec~wbia& , St in the papers. \oL :-Hkc ifwtc k: I·teli hint " rr.''Whiy, hti}icrif' t~t·t' s·teetfigibs !i+n tMelbonntt'ni wbIlC 'it toir·LkClantb'e boa abt lteatre:= ( o raei'°t Iatl' ti hyt +ould 'shhnel o ' theiir liotdssn:the boh ;vdfIknoii·:1 iita i 8ýliiibn tololti sdd in itvPie -13it! *Atillthietsltowy thkbtltd Blbatet& (As An ltik' I!beoset~tBligplell' % ldr'rottl the ' edlde salt' himi~) Fit octnteesr'o'feino tiauhimleac sa smt eJiioh ,.'iiriti dkitTi) !C peitilue!o yiý did sit back in th...

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OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish it to be understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

OUR LETTER BOX.:' [, f :[\'e distineLl ,visit 'i ii 'e fui:trgo$lt ,thlit we do not, necss ariily'i ! iptl1 li c, tiews expressed yct?e'r puot>lits under this i lte din. l' TO THE EDITOLR. Smi,-In mi1 last letter 1 concluded by etatingithlI f ftcrctlhatWdltýlviVh~ud Datesd? is' exported condensed miilk to these colonies. i1 bur busiiess iristiiiet, haud noi.'beun demloralized by land-booming, and the protectioi' iianmi,a the' import :trad e of 'bwiss ai'd Danish iihtlk" ?vipld' iav'liebnl liken ib'i" endiiig' coal'o to' .e6castl' "' Happily our incon.rintie da '0 tradbof this liature, are being straightecled odt::'d . a"sid-liwilsoon supply, not oillybp\r own wiants in the dried fruit lni,' but will ox ]port tons of dried fr'uit superior to.tlhat which rl as .upbplied tb' ns..Tlihus, :by.... selling in tlhe dearest market that which we can prodsue ,eheaRieattm ?a hn.hrj (thosd thiaditlat wo e0tlltr caniot lpr.u dupe at all, or only at great.cost),, inthl cheapest market, ive shal...

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COMING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

COMING SALES. 1BY MESSRS. HMIlLTON & Co. February 2Oth.-b or 1 . G Goldsmith, formerly Capt. Lintott's property, coiws, horses, implements, furniture, and a v ariety of other t- hings advertised else. where,

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