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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

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Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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SELECTORS' RENTS. INTENTIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

r .1 SELECTORS?' RENTS.A'm IAF\EUOM Ut TI'lE CzOVELIN M3ENI,; I. bChe argq amount. seloctors are, i. ~r ,n dhe iatte ,.gf. rent. was a u?tioh which on Wediiesdauyr ciid ,noruo conseid&iton By 'tl1 ._ e. IL-w.s-eded-to-en l'i upown aas de?a?rtment forPliSt,:of the ses ~who are not up to date with -the? pjvilement; i?rcodi~g to u;t? ctumrn rec4tly furnis~ed" by the depanrtment thefe arcl'htn\ber'tt bfr' l ru?e@,lr . T:Rhl'e ':in elcttora r'io btae, i'a nolhi"g ftm theirn land for 10 .e , mid th, amounts due.run as hils a2 0.'O :'"i;listers have no, ,to act.'t harshly, nut. they .are dcterminc to fo ? it'in all inexcusable cases. 'ersouis in arrear will have to Cle.rl5ishow lth'a,.fidt y 'are unable to pay, ?nd tlos6 ~''ho are illhng to. mceet'their-ihlihtileses as at' us their men?ns wall go will.. dealt with ii; a If'.spiHru. In some cases the amount lmay be squared by a -esh'sjpiaoh by tlfe Statel a ofttiooI oft 4 ' land.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

Public Notices. JAMEIS DASKEIN,! Licensed Survey.c rr it . and-Val 3 0 Y ca r s' i du n L xx P c onc e.S HAM'ER'~~~~B3iAOWI~DO'I -u- I faf1rrc Oij 159 LorNS33B1f St 4 I M huEUi o hfasJfrT -sFjicrlýJers~d d\tll~~u\YT a Can bn b'nlprdir()uwith lrtr tthan 3Er~i ' raxn1i-ipn;C~httr.a-tInf~t·'ltlrwtihll sir mnking ilieti rntcuiirn'.&±ijikiotif a iiii; tomi-. huant-diat, ttrt t-.. r , rI miii1 hshr i TIe ,no ln ni;, ;CAIIh] *l. ijriC j gniuivi -JIA fimIUTnSTI 3HT Y HAME/0G £'eSr General Commibimtho4 ° 159i S iia'i ftlf'ifT ,,, . -~ ..i..ijli'( hi a\O b II Bone Dust.. one D st~.L he J. IO Q `B-LJI is, Bone Bast T, auafacturer, '1 EI".;S tontintit i hi4 Interroit fijitvib and Bone DiSnt tti tr5 per 4on I Delivered~ i niloa tta.ii -Sr oz i ~q Gi 9:'j TI l rl"NýCt~fi ;. .zv 407 Pol fficel-0' irce tiýAst ___rc_______s Irc;ui(ý1l1Pcnt~rect. rlan 1 Naeiss s ?rlchn*iiBaFrrd , .*id~ Porttze410A :hiG~·Y·' Lob ritti al:: so1 ail ^: ~l n il THE U;V J Oti iii. IDep i4 ,aoc t 1 a ii .: It?.,i A...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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PER CENT. DIVIDEND. [?] A GIPPSLAND BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

PEn CENT. DIVIDEND. A G!'P1LAND BUTTER FACTORY. i:half-yearly meeting of C.o2' reamery and Butter .as h?d on Thursday. The rnport showed that during : yr lnding 31st January -' 11'-n of milk had been put ? :t. factory, which yielded '!b.' t of butter. The average ? moilk was 2.d per gallon. :::Y.2,e :iinments of butter had e:. and the average price - 1,: ~3 2 per cwt.; £100 * ri:e. off the plant, making ?.?- thie company started During the half-year 1t hid been paid for milk, r:?en,. 0'l? 1 is 5d wages, the ;i Liti:r ill hand and in town i?:'l? i2 l"s, and the bank "'2~l at £.5!7 23 ld. This :'::cluic the amount due on e:or - t'ed but for which .i.ha2e not vet been received. pro..it arned during the half n'"? d to £322 9s. A dividend ?I-r ccnt. per annum was " aa bonus of 1-8th of a Sr galon on milk and cream . ? -r.areholders during the :'? diing 381st December. I'.-i-.'tr Ship Canal has nowi S ear. In that time ' "' a 'I -anechester from foreign -Lere.d, 01, the coasting vessels ....

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Local Church Changes. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

Local Church Changes. The aunnluil conference of the Wesleyan church will be opened at Hobart to-war row. The Rev. J. Thomas, of Warragul, left mn 3Ilonday to take part in thoe deliberations and will consequently be absenlt for fully a fortnight. It is ntici pated that the two local circuits will be affected by the decisions arrived at. It is proposed to atualga?uate the Dronint and l'oowong circlits and to senld "a married pastor to take charge of the coin bi;ild circuits. On the other hand it is very probaLle that with at view to economy a single gentlemalnt will be alloted to the Warragiul circuit.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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A VERY HUNGRY SNAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

A VERY HUNGRY SNAKE. [DY VERITAS.] -o ----o-- I was quite a youngster when my venerable dad and I migrated from Brooklyn to one of the new Southern States that had a world wide fame for its production of---Rattlesnakes. It happened that in the particular neighborhood we were located in, a full dozen of old fashioned farmers were to be found. When these met on Sundy morning at the Saloon, the idea of in Agricultural show was mooted and soon the proposal grew with a warmth that would have gladdened: the heart of Mr. C. S. Affleck. When the subscription list was open dollars began to flow in until there was enough funds accumulated to run a dozen shows such as we have here in Warragul. Then a committee was appointed to draw up a prize list. But there came the difficulty ! What were they to give prizes for ? There wasn't ten acres cleared and ploughed within 100 miles of the saloon, while almost all the Dairy cattle to be found were the dray oxen and the wild buffaloes. However, luckily...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

Business Notice. ANNIVERSARY OF A NOTABLE EVENT I THE INTRODUCTION TO WARRAGUL OF WalkerBros,' FAMOUS "CASH" SYSTEM. TIIREE years ago we COMMENCED BusriEss in Warragul, and de termined then that, whether our Trade became extensive or limited, the Price of our Goods would always be made as Low as Possible, and on no acount would we depart from the "dsai PRINCIPLE" ; and, owing to the gratify ing and Liberal amount of support that has been ac corded to us, we have been en abled to Keep the Prices Down to a rational and reasonable basis, and uphold our " Popular Cash System" at the same time. PAY AS YOU CO IS THE TRUE SECRET OF SUCCESS. We are often asked: " How can you possibly work your business out of so Small a Margin of Profit ? This question is easily answered- We Buy for CASH, We Sell for CASH, therefore make no Bad Debts, have no Clerks or Collectors to Pay, conse quently are in a position to be satisfied with a small percentage of profit. "A Penny Saved is a Penny Gained." A L...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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LADIES IN THE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

LADIES IN THE FIELD. -4 Preparations of a most elaborate nature are being made by the com mittee of the ladies' cricket match, which is to be held on the East Mel bourne ground on 13th March, in aid of some of the charities. Messrs. A. E. Trott, Percy Lewis, Cotter and O'Toole have kindly uindertaken to coach the players in the use of both bat and ball, and we are assured by a witness of some of the private rehear sals that the fair young players show a familiarity with the game that is astonishing. Many of the ladies attached to the theatres have volun teered to take charge of the refresh ment stalls, where, it is expected, a roaring" business will be done. Beautiful trophies have been given for presentation to the competitors which should stimulate them min the direction of making their style as perfect as possible. An enterprising cap manu facturer has presented the players with neat head pieces elegantly finished. The match will be called England v. Australia. Baron Hirsch's lan...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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SUICIDE OF A SOLICITOR. MR. D. WILKIE'S BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 February 1895

SUICIDE OF A SOLICITOR. MR. D. WILKIE'S BROTHER. -0 Great surprise was expressed at Korumburra on Sunday on it being ascertained that Mr. George Wilkie, solicitor, had shot himself at Sutcliffe's Austral Hotel, where he resided. Mr. Wilkie went there five months ago to act for. his brother, Mr. Daniel Wilkie, of Melbourne. Deceased was generally liked, but seemed despondent lately, though his most intimate friends had no suspicion he intended to commit suicide. He retired to bed at 10.30 on Saturday night and did not appear at breakfast on the following morning, but the day being Sunday no notice was taken of his absence. At dinner a Mr. Jones, who slept in the room oppusite to Mr. Wilkie's, said that about midnight he heard somewhere in the house something which sounded like the report of a pistol, but hearing nothing further thought he must have been mistaken. Mr. Sutcliffe then went up to Mr. Wilkie's room. The door was unlocked and they found him lying dead, with a revolver in h...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895

TELEGRAMS: ' Victoria.--To or from any station, six words or under, Gd.; each additional word ld. Name and = addrsss of sender and receiver is not charged. N.S ales:-Ten Avorids, isT additional S. Australia and Tasmauia, -Ten words 2s.; additional word 2d. Queensland and Western Australia. Ten words, s;;icach additional word 8d.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895

WHOLESALE POTATO IA?RKET. Mr. M. Glassford reports:--Best samples to £1 12s Gd, inferior £1 to £1 7s 6d. Onions to £2 5s. The Tasmanian income tax has already ylolded £21,000. Mr. Fysh, the Treasurer hopes to realis snother £16,000 at, least. The result so far has pleased him very much. Business Notice. ANNIVERSARY OF A NOTABLE EVENT I THE INTRODUCTION TO WARRAGUL OF Walker Bros,' FAMOUS "CASH" SYSTEM. FTlIREE years ago we COMMENCED . BUSIXESS in Warragul, and de termined then that, whether our Trade became extensive or limited,' the Price of our Goods would always be made as Low as Possible, and on no. account would we depart from the " CASH PRINCIPLE" i and, owing to the gratify ing and Liberal amount of support that has been ac corded to us, we have been en abled to Keep the Prices Down to a rational and reasonable basis, and uphold our " Popular Cash System" at the same time. -- PAY AS YOU CO - IS THE TRUE SECRET, OF SUCCESS. We are ofteni asked :'." How can you possibly ivork ....

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Not In Her Set. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895

Not In Heor Set. A lady went to get a check cashed at. a bank where she was entirely un known. "It will be impossible for me to give you the money, madam," said the tell er politely, "unless you can identify yourself in some way." "But I am Miss C--I", said the lady. l "Certainly, but it will be necessary for some one whom we know to give you nu introduction to us." She drew beck 'and regarded him haughtily. "But, sir," she said in what has been called "a tone of spurn," "I do not wish to know yonl"-Life.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THAT CANDLE COMPETITION. NAMES OF THE WINNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895

THAT CANDLE COM PETITION. NAMES OF THE WINNERS. -0 The scrutineers in Messrs. D. M'Neil and Co's Candle-burning Competition-Mr. W. H. Wilkinson and Mr. H. V. Howell-have just completed the very irksome task of wading through some 7,000 coupon's and ascertaining the names of the successful competitors. The prizes were valued at three guineas, two guineas, and one guinea, respectively, and were awarded to those whose guesses came nearest to the length of time the candle burned. Fully 10,000 coupons were circulated and of ' there nearly three-fourths were returned. The actual time taken by the candle in. burning itself out was 104 hours 59 minutes 30 seconds, and it will be seen from the attached list that some of the guesses came strikingly near the mark. mhrs. min. see. Lizzie Hadlow ... 105 0 0 J. Branigan .. 105 9 0 E. II. Jones ... 105 21 0 H.Lobb ... 105 25 0 Mary Haughey 105 30 15 J. D. Morrison ... 105 50 '10 WV. Hammond . 105 40 20 D. Lobb 104 0 0 J. Branigan ... 104 9 0 W. Mu...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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ABOLISH THE MIDDLEMAN. HOW TO DO IT. A FEASIBLE SCHEME. REQUIRING LOCAL APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895

ABOLISH THE MIDDLEMAN. HOW TO DO IT. -0 A FEASIBLE SCHEME. REQUIRING LOCAL APPLI CATION. ' Abolish the Middleman," is a piece of advice which has boon gratuitously offered to the farmers of Victoria for many years past. How to do it, however. has hitherto remained a problem. Mr. R. G. Gordon of Melbourne proposes to solve it. He has prepared a scheme and forwarded it to Mr. C. S. Afileck, Secretary of the local Agricultural Society, with the request that he would bring it before the members of the Society and endeavor to obtain the views of the farmers concerning it. To assist him in accomplishing this object we reproduce the details of the scheme and are prepared to place our columns at the disposalof critics for discussion of the project: 60, Queen.street, Melbourne. February, 1895. "THE FlARMERS' DIRECT RETAIL SERVICE TRUST." It is proposed to establish the above Trust so that the farmers may be enabled to sell their produce direct to the con sumers without passing through the ha...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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STARTING RAILWAY ACCIDENT. BETWEEN BUNYIP AND GARFIELD. A PASSENGER TRAIN DERAILED. EXITING EXPERIENCE OF MR. A. GROOM. HE LEAPS THROUGH A WINDOW. NO SERIOUS INJURIES. DESTRUCTION OF ROLLING STOCK AND PERMANENT WAY. RAILS BENT LIKE WIRE. DESCRIPTION OF THE SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895

STARTLING RAILWAY ACCIDENT. BETWEEN BUNYIP AND GARFIELD. -o ----0- A PASSENGER TRAIN DE RAILED. -0 EXCITING EXPERIENCE OF MR. A. C. GROOM. -o- HE LEAPS THROUGH A WINDOW. ---0 NO SERIOUS INJURIES. -0 DESTRUCTION OF ROLLING STOCK AND PERMANENT WAY. -0 RAILS BENT LIKE WIRE. DESCRIPTION OF THE SCENE. An alarming railway accident occurred on the main Gippsland line on Tuesday morning, and perilously approached to a most serious disaster. The train to which the mishap happened was the passenger one leaving Prince's-bridge for Warragul at 7.50 a.m. It consisted of an engine, seven carriages, and a guard's anu, and had an average number of passengers aboard- All went well untilJefferson's siding was reached, a spot about midway between Garfield and Bunyip, where the engine left the rails, and the train had a marvel lous escape of being totally wrecked. The siding up to a week ago had been in charge of Mrs. Do Amyard, the wife of a repairer, but in accordance with the rigid retrenchment poli...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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IN THE SCENTED SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895

IN THE SCENTED SOUTH. SAway down South, ,in the Coral Seas, where bread is grown to your, hand on trees; where civilization has; never come to.teach lthe natives tlice joysof rum; where - hardly ever this Eden enter, tle land boom bank and the cent per center ; joy sits aloft in this cloadless; doom,- storms:seoldoin disturb the ocean's foam. Health and beauty for aye-endure, by strength of the virtues of Warner's Cure. List to the yarn of the Scented South, where all is peace and there comes no drouth-Story of Alio and Chieftain Wulf, and his. terrible leap o'er the Dead Man's Gulf. Alie and Wulf had plighted a troth, and enduring vows were entoned by both; but Alie's papa; a Heap Big Chief, would. make no way for their love's relief. He' suffered from chronic disease of the liver, which made him ought but a good law-giver; and he swore by the men he had slain his youth, and he swore by the shark and its sacred tooth, that never should Alie become a bride till his health recovered ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish it to be under[?] that we do not necessarily up[?] views expressed by correspondents [?] this heading.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895

OUR LETTER BOX, [We distinctly wish it to be u:r that we do not necessarily ui:: views expressed by correspondue::' this heading. - TO TIlE EDITOR. Sm,--I fail to see what bl~.:: Ratepayers of this shire will de:: the retention of the Secretary a dispensing of the engineer. 'i. thing is a fallacy. Just imai:: require the advice of an enginier the next 3$senths what a nice r::' he'll demand tram the shire. 1'I more he'll not come when the' we but when he chooses. It is well >-' by all people of this district that:: in winter are always in a luno?i t. state for wheel tratlic which nen r .... the constant attention of an e:g see that they are not obstructe way. Tell me is our present ;::'': an eflicient person to fultill the l:-: of secretary and engineer If - and good. If not, then whily 1 members (who we elect to see tC: rates are expended in the most jI : and economical manner, allsuow ':: thling to take place. How is it i: most critical time there is not a us? vote for theocombi...

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A DEAR PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895

A DEAR PICNIC. Mr. Duffy's little picnic to Maori land, according to the "Age," costs the country £2000 a week in addition to the Postmaster-General's salary, as reforms which will mean the saving of that sum in the Postal Department are put off pending his return. Heaven save us from wandering Ministers of any kind-those who wander physically are quite as bad as those who wander in their minds. We have had both. Tripping may be very pleasant to the Minister, but he should not forget that a trip, like pride, often goes before a fall.

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LOCAL SLANDER CASE MISTRESS AND SERVANT A MISSING SKIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895

LOCAL SLANDER CS MISTRESS ANBD SEIil', A MISSING SbllxT A Brandy Creek slander ex. the attention of Judge Case: portion of Wednesday afteroq, of the Warragul County -C," Mary Ryan, a girl of 16 year. . recoverthrough her father-? .T farmer, Jindivick-as nest (. sum of £19 19s from Ir and Jlr of Brandy Creek, damages I' slander consisting of an accus,. plaintiff had stolen a green skirtio to Mrs. Fogarty. Mr. Gray (of Gray and Fa ? peared for plaintiff and ir. Fi' fended. Mr. Gray explained thai ?t was uttered by Mrs. Fogarty a:5 husband's name had been joiti issue. Mr. Farlow said the defetse denial of speaking the words ort constituted a slander and also t:. they were privileged. Mary Ryan was called ,. she went into Mrs. Fogarty'se1 sometime in June last and rem the 6th of August when she 1~a own accord. On leaving Ir. she went into IMrs. Sullivan; Mrs. Fogarty went after her art the door, and the Misses Its standing close by. Mrs. Fe:i " You have taken a green skirt : and witness...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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ALL SORTS. LOVE AND I. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895

ALL SORTS.. LOVE AND I. Once I foundLove sleeping And cased him i ith a smile.' "Now that I have caught you Ton must stay awhile." But he pined and fretted. Sighing ceaselessly, As he heat against the barse "Givo mo liberty."' Tobehed by his lamenting, , ~- .' ", s e t h.b th e d o u r ,. , . . . . O."t- Out i e ?iekand vaniished, " And I was'as before. By my lonely hearthstone Bitterly I wept, When with twilight's shadows Through the door Love crept. "Though Idle when prlsoned." He whispered, "yet when free Oh! woman heed the lesson I straight return to thee." -Togue.

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