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Hiram Maxim's Youth. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
Hiram MIaxlms Youth. When Hiram Maxim, the famous in ventor, lived in Sangerville, anxious mammas used to warn their hopefuls not to play with "that wicked Maxim boy." In fact, young Maxim grew up under the doubtful reputation of being the very worst boy in the neighborhood. This isn't said for the purpose of en couraging any other Maino incorrigibles who are in the depths of their misdeeds. If Hiram h;:d been a perfectly good lit tlo boy and had devoted his time to studying his lessons, he might have had that flying machine all completed by this-time. painting in Abbot and was hired by D. D. Flynt. Ho was an artist with thi brush. One day a men called to see Flynt while the latter wasout. "There has been a man in to see you," said young Maxim. "What's his name?" "I dog't know, but that's how he looks," and the boy pointed to a board on which he had roughly daubed a face. "I forgot to ask him his name," said the boy, "and so I drew that." Flynt knew his man.-Lewiston Journal.
Women as Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
Women as Farmers. Cslifornia boasts of a number of wom en farmers who manage large estates, makoe money and keep healthy and hap-. py. The comforts of farm life here are greater than they are in the east, and there is a possibility of gaining more than a mere living. Some of the wom en farmers have won more than mere local fame. Mr~ . Theodosia Shepherd if Ventura is k?lown in the east as a rultivator of California flower seeds and Dalbs. Mrs. Strong is known far and wide as the woman who makes a good. income by raising and selling pampas; grass. Mrs. E. P. Buckingham of Vsa. caville is an orchardist whose fruit: commands the highest price in easterif. markets. Another successful agriculturist i1 Mrs. Georgia McBride. A dozen years ago she was an invalid, a widow, poor, with four boys to bring up. She knew. nothing of fruit raising, but with fem inine recklessness she purchased 88 acres of land near San Jose and set it out as an orchard. Now she is prosperons, healthy and wealthy, a...
A DOG AMONG THE SHEEP. WARNING TO OWNERS OF VICIOUS DOGS. A DARNUM CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
A DOG AMONG THE SHEEP. WARNING TO OWNERS OF VICIOUS DOGS. -0 A DARNUM CASE. At the Warragul County Court on Wednesday before His Honor Judge Casey, a Barnum farmer, named John Barnett, sought to recover from Isaac Le Pipre Barrow, of Darnum, the sum of £19 19s, "for that defendant wil fully kept a dog of a fierce and mis chievous nature, he well knowing the same'and which said dog of the said defendanit, on or about the 7th of September, 1894, broke and entered the paddock and premises of the plain tiff at Darnum and worried and killed the sheep and lambs of the plaintiff then depasturing on the premises of the plaintiff." Mr. Gilman appeared for plaintiff and Messrs. Gray and Friend de fended. Plaintiff alleged that on the date named he heard a dog bark and on going into his paddock saw the defendant's dog worry ing and destroying the sheep. He was going over to defendant's place to inform him of the occurence, when he met de fendant on the way, and asked him over to his (plaintiff...
Action over a Butchery Business. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
Action over a Butchery Business. An action for breach of agreement, in volving asum of £150, was heard at the Warragul County Court on Wednesday, before Judge Casey, the plaintiff being Samuel Kirby and the defendant Alfred Henry Perris. Mr. D. Wilkie appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Maddock for the defendant. In 1802 the defendant purchased a butchering business in Korumburra, and engaged a man named Jackson to manage it. In September of. the following year the defendant. sold the business to the plaintiff, and an agreement was signed setting forth that the defendant was not to set up in business again within a radius of 10 miles of Konunburra until after the expiry of three years under a penalty of £50. ,Subsequently the defendant went to Coolgardie, andhis man Jackson went into plaintiffs employ. The defendant, however, returned from Coolgardio just beforeE aster of last year, and shortly afterwards a now butcher's shop was opened a few doors from the plamitiff's establishment, wh...
The Coming Show. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
The Coming Show. There is likely to be an unusually extensive exhibition of machinery at the forthcoming show of the Buln Buln and Warragul Agicultural Society. Mr. C. S. Afileck, the secretary, informs us that Massey - Harris and Co. have entered one of their celebrated reaper ann binders and other machines, and that a promise has been made of an entry of one of those remarkably ingenious inventions known as tile Hoover Potato Digger. This machine has proved an unmistakable boon to farmers in every part of the world, and it is in general use wherever large areas of potatoes are under cultivation. The remarkable facility with which it up roots the tubers and casts them on one side, and the tops and weeds on the other, is simply astounding. We under stand that a trial will be made on an adjacent potato crop, and that the public will thus be given an opportunity of witnessing a very interesting and edify ing operation. All the arrangements in connection with the event are being satisf...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, MARCH 1ST, 1895. Local Apples for London. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
THE WITH WHICH I IINCO5PORTED .ItIDAY, MARCH 1sr, 1895. Local Apples for London. During the past few days a representa tive of the Melbourne agents of Messrs. Duthoit and Co., the well-known Covent Garden fruit salesmen, has been visiting the' Buln Bunln district with a view to making arrangements with the local orchardists for the export of apples to London in the present and future seasons. The agents trade under the name of the Direct Orchard Supply Company, who are prepared to make cash advances on the amount of freight required for any quantity of apples shipped in the cool chambers of any of the mail steamers, and have secured as much storage space as they could possibly obtain for the purpose. The trade, has hitherto been much hampered by exporters having to pay the freight, as even on a small lot of 100 cases £21 Os would have to be paid down. This difficulty the company is prepared to overcome by advancing the money themselves, and thus materially assist exporters in enlarg...
Bunyip Slander Case. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
B.nyip Slander Case. An action was brought in the County Court at Warragul on Wednesday last, before His Honor Judge Casey and a jury of-four, by Frank Sharp of Bunyip against John Calvert of Nar Nar Goon butcher by whom he was formerly employed. The plaintiff claimed £249 damages for slander alleging that the defendant on the 19th January last, had said in the presence of several persons at Finch's Hotel Bunyip, " I will have you arrested, if you had your desserts you would have been in before now, you robbed me of?£200 while in my employ." The witnesses called by plaintiff did not support his evidence and denied that the words used were slanderous, whereupon His Honor nonsuited the plaintiff with costs. Mr. Price, (of Price and Hargravo Mel-. bourne), appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. James Gray for the defendant.
Presbyterian Social. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
Presbyterian Social. A very successful concert and social was held in the Public Hall on Wednesday evening in connection with the Warragul Presbyterian Church. There was a large attendance of the general public, and an entertaining programme of vocal and in. strumental music was performed. Tie event was one of a series inaugurated by the " young people of the church" and with the secretarial assistance of Mr. J. Blacker, the details were arranged on a very complete and satisfactory basis. Excellent refreshments were served in plentiful quantities and partaken of at intervals during the performance of the following programme: Selection, Organ and Piano, Miss Bolton and Mr. Dodds; song, " Mona," Mr. Chapman; song, "The Old Lock," Miss Storie; song, "TThe Abbot," Mr. Jack (of Melbourne), (encore, " O a' the airts the win can blaw,"); song, "Tihe King's Messenger," Miss Mack; recitation " The Newcastle Apothecary," Mr. D. M`'Neil; song, " Old Madrid," Miss Boyd; Indian club swinging, Mr...
INDIGNANT POLICEMEN RESIGNATION OF MUNICIPAL APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
INDIGNANT POLICEMEN RESIGNATION OF MUNICIPAL APPOINTMENTS. -0 The Wangaratta Borough Council has no paid officer to prosecute persons who may offend against its bye-laws, but a suggestion was made some years ago that the police should be appointed as inspectors to perform the necessary duties and thus be empowered to prosecute. The suggestion was adopted, and from that time the work of prosecuting offenders in such in stances as trespassing on the footpaths, allowing cattle to wander, and other minor offences which do not come within the scope of the Police Offences Act, has been undertaken by the police. The work is honorary, and it is stated. does not constitute part of the ordinary duty of the police, but their services are voluntarily rendered to the local government body for the purpose of enforcing a due observance of the bye laws. Recentlycomplaints were that the police have not been performing their duty as inspectors in a satisfactory manner of late, that they were dilatory...
SOUTH WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
SOUTH WARRACUL -4-o--, (FROM OUR OWvN CORRESPONDENT.) -0- ' In this place the grass has almost entirely disappeared owing to the long drought and bush fires. There is hardly a farmer about here but what has suffered.. There have.,been miles acres of'grass. " Times are badenough for the poor farmer without having to turn-to and replace the fences lost through the fires. Threshing is almost finished, and returns are quite up to expectation. There has been about 1000 bags of grass-seed threshed between Geach ville, Ferndale and Sea View, and as the land is first-class the seed is of a superior quality. Disappointment is expressed at the Minister of Railways postponing the inspection of the Warragul to Leongatha line, and coaches and horses were ready awaiting his arrival some ten horses being brought all the way from Geachville on purpose to give the ministerial party a cross country ride. We shall expect the Minister only when we see him on the ground in the future. The Gold Creek Min...
POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLIsi MAILS CLOSE AT GENEILAL POST-OFFICE. Parcles, 4.30 p.m. the day before steamer leaves. Registered letters, 11.30. a.m. the day mail leaves. Ordinary letters,packets and newspapers 4 p.m. day mail leaves. Intercolonial, British and foreign Parcles Post.-Limit of weight, 11 lbs. Postage-United Kingdom, 2lbs or under, is. 6d.; each additional 1 hbor.under, 9d. India, 1 lb. or under,l1s. ; each additional 1 lb., is. Parcles are also forwarded, via London to every colony and country to which the United Kingdom sends parcels. Rates and particulars can be obtained at any post otfice. -, GENERAL. Postal Rates.-Inland.-Letters.-Every oune, 2d.; urgent letters, 6d. additional. Intercolonial.-Letters.-Every lhalfounce orunder, 2d. IjPidcets.-Every 2oz. or -inder, -d. - Books and magazines.-Every 4 or. or under, '2d, Newspapers, .d. Il'ackets to Newv South Wales and Queensland, -containing articles of any value, must be paid letter rate. Inland Parcel Post.-Limit, 7 ...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE.? SWARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. Dep. a.m. p.m. p.m. Warragul .. 11.9 4.35 7.55 ,Dronm..n.. .. 11.21 4.50 8.10 Longwarry .. 11.31 5.5 8.25 Bunyip .. 11.38 5.15 8:32 Garfield .. 11.45 5.23 8.39" Tynon .. 11.52 5.30 8.46 Nar-n ? on .. 12.0 5.40 8,b4 Paken .m 12.9 5.52 94 t Beaconsfield .. 12.25 6.14 9.20 "Birwick .. 12.30 6.18 9;23 Dandenong' 12.53 6.50 9.52 Cakleigh (a) . 1.16 7.19 Oakleigh (d) . 1.21 7.23 10.16 t Melbourne . 1.45 I 7.52 I 10.40 IET,IBOTTRNF, 10 WARRAGUL. t Dep. a.m a.m p.m Melbourne .. 7.50 11.50 4.30 Oakleigh. .. 8.22 12.30 5.2 Dandenong .. 8.46 1.15 5.28 Berwick .. 9.10 1.42 5.52 Beaconsfield .. 9.13 1.46 5.56 I'akenham .. 9.31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goon . 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tynong .. 9.52 2.28 6.32 Garfield .. 9.58 2.35 6.39 Bunyip .. 10.4 2.49 6.48 Longwarry .. 10.10 3.1 6.55 Drouin .. 10.23 3.21 7.10 c Warragul .. 10.38 3.37 7.25 WARRAGUiL TO TRARALGON. t Departure. a.m p.m p.m Warragul .. 11.8 5.45 7.50 Bloomfield .. 11.15 5.52 7.55 Darnnm .. 11:22 6.0 8.0 ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
.- Public Notices.' JAMES DASKEIN, Licensed Suveyor' Architect and Valuator.--v 30 Years' Municipal Experience. HAMER'S 1LABOR AGENCY. 159 LONSDALE STREET, MELBOURNE. . F AItMERS, DAIRYMEN. and other -Employers of LABOR Can be Supplied with First-class Ser sants-No Charge-No Delay-by making their requirements known tome. Immediate attention given. -o [CARD.] HAMER & CHESTER, General Commission AND Farmers' Agents, 159- LONSDALE STREET MELBOURNE. Bone Dust. Bone Dust. J. COCKOBILL, Bone Dust Manufacturer, BEGS to inform his numerous fiiemds and customers that lie has redticed the price of his superior Bone Dust to £5 per ton. Delivered at Railway Station, or on the Whlarf, Melbourne. GUARANTEED GENUINE. OBDERS PROMPTLY DISPATCHED. 407 Post-office Place West, Three doors from Queen-street, MELBOURNE. To be obtained through - Messrs Birtchnell, Barridge and Porter, Loc.L Acser?e. THE UNWISE MERCHANT. One day when business ran down low Deep gloom sat onamerchant :brow And dark a...
Japan's Great Artist. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
Japan's Great Artist. M. izan is the name of Japan's great. est decorator of Satsuma art ware. A writer on the subject says Meizan is be yond question the first artist in Japan. No one can blend colors as harmonious ly or paint flowers so delicately. No one is such a master of. design as applied to borders., No one save 4eizau, to put the case concretely,' knows how to fill a bowl 143 inches in diameter with 2,000 oboh.ho, or butterflies, making each dis tinct and a thing of beauty.-Phila delphia Press.
His Gentle Wit. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
His Gentle Wit. She shook her head sadly when he had asked a fateful question. "I wish you were all the world," he sighed. "You said I was that to you once," she ventured coquettishly. "'Yes, but I don't thinkso now." "No, for all the world loves a lover," and his gentle wit won her over to a reconsideration of the question.-De troit'Free Press. A sentence "fromn a reviewi of aiovel printed in The Queen, an English pub lication, is suggestive. It ran, "The tale is ia nicely told one, and no girli who 'has the responsibility of making out suitable lihbrary lists for. her moth er's reading need feel any hesitation about including it among the novels." One hundred domestic servants are killed annually in England in the proc ess of window cleaning. An invention' recently patented is a window of which the outside may be cleaned without ex posing the cleaner to any chance of a tumble. The grip bscillus, which has. bees cultivated and, photographed time and again, has the appearance of. be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
Business Notices. SCHWEITZER'S "THE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. T. T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & Chaff Merchant (LTE A. I'. MYEIRS & CO.) Napier-street, Warragul. Flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety. I- Horse Feed, Fowls' Feed, Grass Seed, Potatoes, &c. BONE DUST-- -BONE DUST, - All at the Lowest Possible Prices. - MRS. J. ROSS, - Queen Street, Warragul - H AS a Large and Varied Collection of SSTATIONERY, CHILDRENS' TOYS, SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such as Books, Slates, Bags, Ac., HABEIII)ASIIERY, Cottons, Wools and Crewel Silks. ?ubeh Oil paints, and the beautiful Enamel l'aints. Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFECTIONERY. Agent for Singer's Sewing Machine and Ilequisites. Alo Fruit and Vegetables in Season. CIlllISTMAS antl NEW YEAR CARIDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps for Sale. MILK! MILK! MILK! Fresh milk Delivered daily 2 QUARTS FOR 3D. CASH ONLY Direct from "Carrington" Farm. TeL LEss `MEAT. j.lvr In MILS A.?u SAVE MIO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
Auotioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - STOCK ENTERED FOR THE BULN BULN AND WARRAGUL MARKETS FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations Undertaken -Loans Arranged. LoceL R?rnssLTATIrrE Or MESSRS. WM. HAMILTON & CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 23mD MARCH, 1895. W M. HAMILTON & CO. will sell by public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owners- Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 8Tn MARCH., 1895. M.TI. HAMILTON & CO. willhold their V next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the above date, when they will offer Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Ac. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne LEONGATHA SALE. FORTNIGHTLY SALE. Thursday, March 14, At One p.m. Sharp. W M. HAMILTON &...
TOO BAD ! [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 1 March 1895
TOO BAD! Miss Michie, as an apostle of the new woman-kind, says 'that the mistake her sex has made in the past " was in worshipping man instead of worshipping God." The mistake the new woman seems most likely to make in tke future is in worshipping her self-setting up brazen images in expansive knickerbockers, eyeglass, gaiters and a plug hiat, apd,bowing down before it.
A BIT MIXED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 March 1895
A BIT IVIXED. The difficulties of foreigners in deal ing with the English language always provide amusement, though frequently foreigners set an example to the natives. I was at a meeting of a chamber in Melbourne recently, and the only man presant who spoke grammatical English was a German, but they are not always so successful. A recent importation from Germany of sporting proclivities created much amusement among the bookmakers, for (being the victim of some wag) he went the rounds saying-" I wish to make some bets on Coffin for de Morgue Stakes. I am told he have a goot shance." Another German, paying his addresses. to a girl, wished to obtain the good officers of her sister, so he said, " I do lofe your sister, but I think she look so silly." This was not a success, so after a time he tried again, "I make myself some stuipids. I do not mean dat your sister look silly, nein; I tink she look sulky." The poor German lost his suit; but when he became better acquainted with the lang...
THE TEMPTED WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 March 1895
THE TEMPTED WOMAN. There are some ways in which even a Christian woman may be tempted. An Otago lady attending with a friend an "Inglis fair" saw a winter jacket thot pleased her immensely, The price was satisfactory, and she rushed to try it on, but, as there were some difficulties in the way, suggested that her friend might wear it instead, just to see how it looked. Well the effect was a revelation-it fitted charm ingly, was so becoming and all, that, while the intending purchaser stood in rapture, the wearer of the jacket walked up to the counter and paid for it. saying, " Yes, it's such a perfect fit that I'r decided to buy it for myself." And now the only consolation the disappointed bargain-hunter has is to go about amongst the neighbours saying, "I always doubted whether that woman was a Christian. Now I know she's not."