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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS LETTER OF THANKS FROM THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS LETTER OF THANKS FROM THE GOVERNMENT. Mr. G. W. Anderson, the Returning Officer for the electoral district of Gippsland West, has received the following communication in recogni tion of the honorary work he carried out in connection with the recent Federal elections : Chief Secretary's Office, Melbourne, 25th July, 1898, Sin,--In connection with the recent Poll of the Electors of Victoria for the acceptance or rejection of the Austral asian Federal Constitution provided for in the Australasian Federation Enabling Act 1896; held on the 3rd June ult., I have the honour, by direction, to express to you the thanks of the Government for undertaking the duties of Chief Deputy Returning Oflicer for the Gippsland West Electorate, and for your willing co-opera tion with the Returning Officer for Vic toria in conducting the poll. Yours, etc., CuanuLES A. TOPP, Under Secretary.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
Auctioneers' Notices. HENRY HANSEN, A u CT ' IO0N E EI, Stock, Station, and Insui'ance Agent. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. VALUATIONS MADE. Agent for Wm. HAMILTON & Co., MASSEY-HARRIS & Co., AND Orient Line of Royal Mail Steamers. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. C'iealsun eparalto3S, Supplied on Liberal Terms. FIRES. Insure your Properties against FIRE w.ithb HENRY HANSEN. Ten per cent.discount allowed. Clearing Sales Conducted. Horse and Cattle Sales Held As U DER : Warragul Fortnightly Market. WTARIRAGUL SALE YARDS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1898. Two o'Clock Sharp. I ENRY HANSEN will offer for Sale by Public Auction 8 Yearling Heifers 20 Steers, 2- yrs 10 young Springers 20 Yearlings II. HANSEN, Auctioneer, WarIagul and Dronin. Drouin Weekly Market. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1898.. At 12.30 Sharp. "JENRY HANSEN will offer for sale by public auction, at Main-street, Drouin, A Supply of Fresh Vegetables every Tuesday. Horses, Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs. Early Entries Invited...
The West Gippsland Gazette. WARRAGUL, AUGUST 2, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
?est (Sippstanu (aaete. WARRAGUL, AUGUST 2, 1898. The ratepayers of the THIE Warragul Shire have a WRanavUL very inadequate idea of SHII?E the amount of work and couscs,. time involved in the con duct of municipal govern ment by their representatives at the council table. Punctually at one o'clock at the last meeting councillors were at their places in the council chamber, and for nearly six hours their attention was concentrated upon the discussion of public business. Piles of correspondence dealing with all manner of subjects have to be gone through, and each case discussed and decided on its merits. Contracts have to be arranged for, and tenders submitted to the collective wisdom of councillors. Reports of the various municipal otficers--somuetimes lengthy and important documents--have to be carefully weighed, and instructions given when neccessary for carrying out the suggestions contained therein. The fair and impartial distribution of the shire's slender finances frequently en...
CRANBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
CRANBOURNE. The crops throughout the district have got a fine start, and the early sown areas are making good advance, despite the cold weather of the past week. Thie acreage under cultivation will show a large increase upon last season, particu larly in the Tooradin and Koo-wec-rup districts. A good demand for grazing areas exists here and fair properties are realising good rents.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
Public NOtices. A. BAnC~OK, BOOT ITOE JTfA IEIIOUSE, QUEE ST .,-WARRAGUL: Special Notice; A.H. keeps the Best and Largest; Stock of BOOTS anrid SHOES in Watrragnl..! A. Ii. has been in business liere:' for inearlh seveni tears,, and laiows exactly the class of., boots to suit the dlistrict. The business: has igradually gi:ivt ii l?ger, wlhich goes ?~ito ;i vEthat thei ctsii toimers Shos iat il pries: cli?iiap anl-..odi:: . EL'PAIRIS DONE on :the -PREMISES. I lOOTS & SioES OF- EVEr .Y..Dasci?.IrIoS AI.DE TO. ORDEI-. Now, Conic Along to the Shop and See for Yourselves. Note the Address: QUEEN STREET, WA-IE1WUI". VICTORIA ST,, \W-ARI:AGUL:-.: MRS. TOYE, Proprietress. Lsxcinox ." Pho,.IIE" Di) .Y,".. And Other Meadi at the Shortest Notice. C?USTO-MEIIS Attended o' Pcrsonially, j uand every etlTro made to ensure their comfort tadl satisfaction. P0iIOMPTITU'IE, CIVILITY, t\D -A.TTENTION .LT - LUNCHEON R01VIS," V\ICTORrIA ST., W'ARRAGUL.: WVRRAGL PRM a A.Y, (QU.IEN STREET; Fstablis...
FAT CATTLE. BIG PRICE FOR A GIPPSLAND MOB. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
FAT CATTLE. BIG PRICE FOR1 A (I1PP.SLAND) MOi. Ihidding was very brisk in \'ednes dav's Mellbouirne live stock market, several consignments of the ibest bul locks selling from £14 to ,£1 10s. 'Tlhese included a draft of 50 head from 1Mr. James Tysou's lIeyfield Estate, which sold up to £1G 10s, averaging all round close on £15 per headul. For M. S.-.. :::ou, of Ber inga-park. 8 banllocii., . 're sold at £15 15s, and for MIr. l:w,, of Jun goona, 7 head up to £113, averaging £14 18s 7d. Mr. P. Quirk, of Wo don;ga, received up to £15 1,s for 18 head, and 7 heal from the 'T'indaldrd, Estate brought up to £l(i 10s, with cows to £10 10s. Mr. Biennet, MIr. Woolcock, Mr. Cnnelly, and .Mr. Ronaldson, of Balhurat, prclhased the top-priced pens. Every subscriber to the" GLxaette" should . receive his paper, nc.!rLu:.A, every week. If any issue should fail to coae to hand at its proper time, we shall esteem it a. favor, if such sul;scriber will intimate the fact to this office. hy post, card, o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
-.:Public Notice. WARRIAGUL. NEWS AGENCY (OPPOSITE SHIRE HALL) - WARRAGUL - FRED. H. SMALL, Stationer & Bookseller, FANCY GOODS BAZAAR, ecwspapcrs. " crgus," " Age," " Herald," '. Leader,". I?«Veekly Times," "Australasian," SLocid Papers, Illustrated and Comic Papers, Novelettes, &c. 0o S - Iga?Lrzines. "Windsor," " Cassells," " Strand," " IBe view of 'Reviews," " Woman at Home," "Harpers," "The Quiver," Pearson's," "Idler," ce. 0o ?" Books. - Novels; St'andard Books, Dictionaries; Picture Books, -School Prizes, Toy ;-Books, &c. . ------i- - tsIe. - The .ustralian Music Books (1 to 41), V, ctorian and Federal Music Books, Comic Song and Dance Music Albuinis, Imperial, Up-to-Date, and Australian 3Ielodits, &c. 0-o--- U? ".sicaI I i stru.? l nc?.l . Violiiis, Accordians, Concertinas, Aulho i.harps;: Flutes, &c. Mouth Organs, Eid to 4s Gd each. O S Mt tion?tii'. The Stock of Stationery is complete for variety of color and quality. Good Envelopes ...
A TREE-FELLING INCIDENT. NARROW ESCAPE OF MR. C, SARGEANT, M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
A TREE-FELLING INCI DENT. NARROW ESCAPE OF-A~IR..-C,.. SARGEANT, M.L.C. MIr. C. Sargeant, \M.L.C., had a miraculous escape last week from what might have been a fatal mishap. He was in the bush to the south of Darnum, in company with two fellers named Robert Smith and Robert Downey, engaged in selecting trees suitable for mining timber. The two men were felling a certain tree se lected by Mr. Sargeant, and just before it came to the ground he took up a position at the base of another tree, at what he considered a safe distance from the one being felled, and was joined by Smith a few seconds before the tree actually fell. It was a big tree, and came to the ground with such a terrible thud that the vibration dis lodged a large dead branch at the top of the tree, at the base of which Mnr. Sargeant and Smith were standing. The limb was from Gin to 9in in di ameter, and came to the ground with great force, bruising Mr. Sargeant on the shoulder and striking Smith on the head. When he saw ...
HORTICULTURAL. THE CONSERVATORY AND POT PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
HCRTICULTURAL. -TIE CONSEflvATORY AND POT PLANTS. The Work in this dcpartment of the 'arden is increasing daily. Adrantage should,. therefore, le taken of - all wet "days to push on with the work. Pandiad ants T e.itchl makes a useful plant for in2 door dreoratlons. Young planits.strtick -as previrusly advised should :.now be -- reaidy for utting on. A minxture of loam. stand, and one-seiventh inauurd' -vwill. suit- them well. 'then: the plaints tire-will dev'lopedl.- all the suckers may It i taken ;ff for stojek. When' g'iving thei'ni 'their final hifit. a few pieces of a"lhliiella, Ilanted arnund the surface. will lbe -:rot'ing welt by the tiine the - ,lnnts ar'e ready for use. The rich color of the latter will make a bright con trast to th!:e silve: and white of the easndannus. Isoras should now- be cut into shape and thoroughly cleaned. Thley may then be plunged into bottom beat, and started irto growth. By cut -ting the? back the whole of the shoots start into growth about the ...
A BRITISH OFFICIAL EXPELLED [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
A BRITISH OFFICIAL EXPELLED The "Evening Journal" (New York), published on the Sth the following tele gram from St. Thomas: "Mr Walter Bett, secretary to the British Consulate at San Juan, has ar i'ved here, having received his pass ports and been expelled from Puerto rico by order of the Governor, General M?acias, on su:.plcion of having furnish ed the United States with information as to the mining of the harbor of San Juan. "Mr Bett was previously in a dungeon for 5i hours, and was grossly maltreat ed. Mr G. W. Crawford, British Con iul-General in Puertorico, formally pro tested, whereupon General Macias open ly accused the British colony in San Juan of being responsible for the dis closures with regard to the mines, bas ing his suspicions on the fact that the Consulate had undertaken the protec tion of American interests. He peremp torily sunummoned 30 British subjects to appear before him, and searchingly ex amined them. Of these several were suspected, and General Macias cause...
SKEWS & PATTERSON [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
SKiEWS & PATTERSON 'Messrs Skews and Patterson report: W1e held our forthnightly market on 28th inst. There was a good attendance, although the day was exceptionally rough. A fair yarding of stock. Pigs well repre sented. and selling at Melbourne rates. Our sales were as under: Pigs-S0 yarded and sold. No.suckers forward. Slips 8s 6d, 9s 3d, 11s, 11 3d. 12s 3d to 15s; snuall porkers, 21s, 22s 3d to 23s Gdi; large porkers, 36s to- £2; store pigs 18s to 20s; sow, 35s. Sheep--S1 yarded. We sold 55 nice quality fat sheep at 15s 4d. Cattle--47 yarded. Fat cattle. 12 North-Gippsland Bullocks to £8, tverag £7 14s 2d; 1 North-Gippsland heifer, £4 15s; 5 North-Gippsland :bows, at £5 5s; springers and milkers in good demand from £3 5s to £6 15s, which price was obtained for a nice quality cow, the property of Mrs. Jno. Rogers, Buln Ruln ; heifers in calf, £3 to £3 ls; yearlings; at 18s:"- Light harness horses to £6 10. Privately-A line of 122 x-bred ewes at full market rates.
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
HERE AND THERE. Soene time ago I had casion to refer to the doings of those plarasites-of .::o cilty termed "battlers:" Itnfortunately they still thrive in this community, and there seems to be no end to their tlx trous artifices. A short time ago, when the railway authorities were mnaking it pretty warm for those who "forget" their tickets or otherwise try to impose on the railway revenue, I was struck 4by the in genious way in which one of these fel lows got himself out of a diiliculty. He had not observed the formality of ob taining a ticket, and as the train - it was one from a suburban racecourse approached a certain station he noticed the "flying gang" waiting to make their raid. In the twinkling of an eye he had announced his intention of collecting the tickets in the compartment "to facilitate the work of these poor devils of porters." Shortly after up came tlht porter with a "tickets ready, please," on his lips. whereupon he was met by the "battler" with the tickets so kind...
THINKING AND ARITHMETIC. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
THINKING AND ARITHMETIC. As we understand Professor Lyle's complaint, it is that our boys and girls are not taught to understand the true application of mathematical rules--that., in point of fact, they are taught to re member,but not to think. 1The defect is by no means peculiarly Australian. We showed, a few months ago, that pre cisely the kind of complaint made here anent the art of reading aloud was be ing made in England. Now, as to arithmetic, we have the following: An incident related by a correspondent of the "Journal of Education" seems to show that the greatest need in our sys tem of technical instruction is for classes in common-sense. During a holiday on Dartmoor lhe met a lad of sixteen who had been seven years at school, and pro fessed special skill in mental arithmetic. The tourist put him this problem: " I walk four miles due north from my front door, and then three miles due south; how far am I from home?" "Twelve miles," was the prompt answer. The question was repe...
ABOVE EVERY NAME. [?] [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
ABOVE EVERY NAME. I I OUtill , 2..L "" ·V r ;-,.l,-` 1::?: :a.. to hIs ::: thly i- r.1asi it liiL ai i ;:tit?,i t imn a :?i?tt-' :wt hii h I_ abhi ve S:i :: ito-i-- f Jt-us Jtery in . in. L:.. :i - -L,'1 ttrC- sa.i l it. "' Vhavt' l -.t it l: t : it' : 'h ki-.-s p- rF - :i- it in fun. ;n,! ti? -'if,:', iU is -. ps at d in grinm e-rli.?t t- ty ail L Ith S p 1,,ltI- who hvt11 n:ith:lt r I:l;I o n :r ptn lry:.. lA u :n l, r s .yI, i .lily -n il rbi!tr: :y -i . olt tin- ,O.f t ltI ,a \n-;Lningl;. s spound. Ytiur C:lii? is-t. cornll:. tu':,: ;it all. and dt:i not cohan ? -i tkl- tt;l t o ff ".1:11 you iLrt PI nol It d .'>: noilllaiki } ,IV l a 11t?ul. ". t,: .'a- l you T'h,,nm::s. No. ]:it;.pily. And it dotis li y like you_:u aI rot-k of faith to ..111 you 1-ter, ,r a h tlhvinr disci;0l,: to .-ll you John. I Wish it did! It i:- th-,: man tihtl I::lk s lth.- B r1.'. tihtltou Cit itn :un dry phrlasers w.- ;tre told V:.tl an -,it- of ttuth- ritnttit n- tistdomlt "f-i lit, m \lii,- i" i. ...
HE WIDE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
HE WIDE WORLDU in order to colimietnorlate worthily the ettntenary of Voltl's gireat discovery, (JCotn---is Inative ity-h-ias decreed to celebra:te it in 18'J9 with due hlonor and solemnity. Anu international exhibition which will review the history of a 'elln tury, and a congress of electriciaus ready to present the most recent opro gress of the science and electric appli cations, will be its principal feature. By.uniting with this an exposition of the silk industry, a branch of trade much, developed in Conlo, it is desired to diffuse the knowledge of the appli cation of electric energy to an ilpor tant series of nmachine tools. Scientiiic tuen and constructors front aill lparts of tihe world will cotnp.'te ill giving honor. to Alexa:nder Volt. one .of the greateslt. glories of Ita:ly anli of scieince. In honor of the fiftieth -:anivcersary of the estabhlishnulnti of the P-'li-n Police. the Emnperor William tihet oher dtty in vited Ithe whole force to :1 site-ial sir' vice in the P...
ANNA LIESE. THE DEVOTION OF A GERMAN PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
ANNA LIESE. THlE DEVOTION O6 A GEI1IAN PRINCE. I. It was a beautiful spring morning towards the. end of the 17th cen turl-the scene. Germany. iii a men dow. thickly carpeted with flowers, a boy and a girl were strolling hand-in liand. He was about 1-I years old. and his dress betokened hirm of high- birtth; She was about a -year younger. and wore the attire .of a girl of the middle class. Her -face' was one of the loveliest ever seten.' with her gentle blue eyes and bright, fair hair, which fell in two long' plaits down her back, and the boy's eyes rested upon her with an expres sion of loving admiration which soft ened down his usually haughty and defiant cast-of countenance. He h:ad twisted a handful of field flowers into a wreath, and, placing it upon her head, lie spranug away, laughing, to survey the effect of his adornment. "IHow pretty thou. art, Anna Liese I" he cried. "There is no other like thee anywhere in the wide world. When thou art older thou shoull'st Wear a crown of...
THE RAINBOW FEATHER OR, A TERRIBLE [?]PROPHECY. CHAPTER XII—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 2 August 1898
THE RAINBOW FEATHER OR, A TERRIBLE .PROPHECY. By FERGUS HUME. The author of the "Mystery of a Hansom Cab," etc., etc. CHAPTER XII.-I(Continued.) The residence of Miss Clyde was a long, low house, with whitewashed walls and a thatched roof, eminently pletu resque, but not at all practical. There was a homely flower-garden before it, filled with marigolds, sweetwilliams, southernwood and such-like old English flowers; these being the peculiar care of Mrs Drass,who blended gossip with hor ticulture. When Paul rode up to the gate, she was pottering about with a trowel in her hand, and came to the gate to meet him; but keeneyed Paul Mexton noted that she did not seem overpleased at his visit. "This is a surprise, Mr AMexton!" said she, as he alighted from his horse, and tied the reins to the gatepost. "It is rarely that you honor.us with a visit especially at so early an hour." "I must apologise for the hour," said Paul, entering the house. conducted by the ex-governess,"but I have to se...