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VERMIN IN GIPPSLAND. CONFERENCE AT SALE. WARRAGUL COUNCIL REPRESENTED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
VERMIN IN GIPPSLAND. .-4-- CONFERENCE AT SALE. .WAIIIAGUL COUNCIL REPRESENTED. -o A conference was held on Saturday night at the borough council chambe e; S le, for the purpose of generally con sidcring some means for the extirpa tion of vermin in the district, and especially with regard to the sparrow nuisance, large quantities of grain ha-ing been 'destroyed last harvest. T'he shire. represented were Warragul, 31anra, Avon, Traralgon, Tambo and Rosadala shires and the borough of Sale. Very considerablo discussion took place, and finally it was resolved, upon the motion of Cr. Smyth (War r--l), scconded by Cr. :M-Lean (Traralgon), Thalt each shire or borough4 pay for the sparrows killed and eggs destroyed in its own slirc at the following prices, viz., 3d per dozen . ,, :;- . Tor birds. ". . nd. bo-mh pay for . .- i .. . shire at S ?e, r head Spaid for us to be delegate ths from declined , ._ r ,t!.a gals did ,: . . . : " or eggs, '. ;. . shires. Time o uut ui ? i O ; ., it.is beli...
GIPPSLAND RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
GIPPSLAND RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MIOE ;TO TIIORPDALE. Departure p.m. p.m. Moe .. .. 12.55 0.0 North Coalvillo .. Coalville. .. 12.35. 9.20 Narracan .. 12.41 9.26 Thorpdale .. 12.55 9.40 THORPDALE TO MOE. Departure_ a.m. p.m. Thorpdale .. 8.35 2.0 Narracan .. 8.45 2.14 Coalville .. 0.10 2.20 North- Coalville .. ' Moe .. ... 9.0 2.40 GREAT SOUTHERN LINE. UP' a.m. p.m. Port Albert - 2.30 Foster .. .. - 2.30 Lcongatha . 6.U0 435 Ruby ... .. 7.5 - 4.50 Kardella .. .. 7.30 5.5 Korumburra a 7.25- 5.20 Whitelaw .. .. 7.38 5.48 Bena: .. .. 7.50 5.53 Jcetho .. 8.2 6.5 Loch .. 8.10 6.20 Nyora .. .. 8.28 6.30 LangLang... .. 8.38 6.55 Caldermeade .. 8.43 7.8 Monomeith .. 8.40 7.13 Koo-we.erup 8.53 7.30 Koo3wee-rup W. .. Tooradin .. .. 9.22 7.49 Clyde .. 0.40 7.58 Cranbourne 9.57 8.10 Lyndhurst.. .. 1015 8.25 Dandenong a. 10.25 *8.42 S d. 10.37 8.57 Melbourne 11.40 9.5"3 DOWN a?.m. p.m. " Melbourne.. G.0 5. SDaiidnon ...d.7.27 5:56 J renong . H . 7.47 6.10 Lyndhurst. .. 8.2 6.25 Cranbourne . .. 8.14...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
Business Advertisements. W. MATCHETT, - Wholesale and -Family Butcher, - As succeeded R. LANCASTER & CO., of the . SOMERSET BUTCHERY, Queen-st.,. Warragul. Meat of very best quality. I Small Goods a Specialty & Always on HaUnd - ORDERS CALLED "FOR & rOMPTLY ] DELIVERED. - " l The Leading Establishment of the Town. -: NOTICE,,: OF REMOVAL A. J. HARRIS, The Well-known TAILOR, has REMOVED from BMigg 8ysHT TO QUEEN SJENTP In Premises lately occupied by Dr. Cameron. .A. J.7 ~. is now sheving a New and Large assortment Worsteds, .Tweeds, &c., also a large:stock of Hats, Shirts, Ties, of all'. Shades and Makes at Prices that cannot be beaten. Why Buy Slops when you can get a good fit and al woo Tweed Suit for £2 2s., to Measure. . We have also a' number of SUITS made to ORDER, and. not CUlled for, that we are offering at Less than IHALF-PRICE. Notice New 'Address- - grymaxw . sanLEET, .. Directly opposite Railway Station. Business Notice. PUBLIC NOTICE. OLD ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
Auctioneers' Notices BulnBulnFortnightlyMarket SATURDAY, Sriu MAICIL. 1T-I. YeAhMILTON . CO. will sell by public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hot:l, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owncr 11 head young Steers, in good condition 11 head young Hleifcrs, really well bred - Cattle, Sheep, PIigs, Ac. W53. HAMILTON , CO., \Warragul, and 151 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, tern MARCH, 1893. W 'M. HIAMILTON & CO. will hold their next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the above date, when they will offer- 50) Fat Cross-bred Wethers Horses, Sheep, rigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 154 Queen-street, Melbourne. Leongatha Fortnightly Market. THURSDAY, MARCHII 1. T"?T . HAMILTON ,- CO. will hold their f'V next Fortnightly Markct at their Yards, Leongatha, as above, at 1 o'Clock, when they will offer 31s Merino Wethers, 6 and 8 tooth-a really good line Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Ac. Entries invited (all stock...
THE BRITISH NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
THE BRITISH NAVY. -0----- A correspondent writas to the "Globe' thus --: . 'The following ships should be relieved 3s soon as possible, an theyare unfit torankas I part of the effective strength of our fleet "up the Straite," all Of them being defcient in speed, the first three carrying obsolete arma. ments ;-Dreadnought (1875), Orion (1882), Garnet (1878) and Dolphin (1882). The figure in bracketa denote the date when the ship was built. The squadron should be permanently increased by four battleships and at least an equal number of first.clase oruioers and torpedo catchere. An efficient torpedo-boat flotilla of first-class boats should he establishe in the Mlediterranean, the boats being divided between Gibraltar and M.alta. At the former place a dock and a ?bsin capable of shelteriig a fleet from the attacks of the enemy's torpedoboatiB should be commenced without delay.. In"the'East Indies.-Z-We require a dock capable of taking a first-class battleship. .Hitherto the flagship of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
Business Notices. NOTICE OF REMOVAL'.: HARRY. FIELDER, BOOKSELLER AND -STATIONER, QTTEENT ST., WARRAGUL, HAS To those Central. and Commodious Premises lately occupied by Mr. Purves, , Chemist, QUEEN STREET. Warragul Sports' 13 3 P OT. E. J. FOWLER (Of the Railway Refresihment Rooms), _ AVING .Leased Premises in QUEEN STREET Opposite Railway Station, Begs :to notify the inhabitants of Warragul and surrounding neigh borhood, that he has OPENED. the same as a First-class HAIRDRESSING SALOON, TOBACCONIST'S, Stationer, & Sporting Depot. CHOICE BRANDS Tobaccoes and Cigars. Large and Varied Stock of Pipes. STATIONERY--Choice and New.. Private. Room for Ladies. . Having purchased largely from one of the leading firms in town, E. J. F. is enabled to supply a :splendid class of Stationery Cheap, to meet the times. tsa Agent .for CLARKE'S RUBBER STAMPS, also" ANDERSON'S Unrivalled Preparation for Removing Stains or Grease from Clothing,'&c. -: Any Article not-in Stock got tfrom...
THE COMING INDUSTRY. FROZEN MEAT EXPORT TRADE. LECTURE AT WARRAGUL BY MR. HOTSON. LARGE AND REPRESENTATIVE MEETING. SPEECH BY THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
I THE COMING INDUSTRY. FROZEN MEAT EXPORT TRADE. --0- LECTURE AT WVARRAGUL BY MR. HOTSON. .o LARGE AND REPRESENTATIVE MEETING. SPEECH BY THE BISHOP OF MELBOURNE. A very large and appreciative audience assembled in the Public Hall, Warragul, on Wednesday evening, to hear a lecture on the "Frozen Meat Export Trade," delivered by Mr. John Hotson, of the firm of Turnbull, Hotson and Co., lessees of the New port Freezing Works. The farmers were, naturally, strongly in evidence, and there was also a goodly proportion of ladies present. The attendance, in fact, was more numerous and more representative than at any similar meeting for a long time past, and clearly demonstrated the amount of popular interest taken in this impor tant industry. The President of the Shire, Councillor R. H. Smyth, occupied the chair, and was supported on the platform by the Bishop of Melbourne, who was on a visit to the town in connection with his Gippsland tour, and who was officially invited by President Smyth...
A French Spy on German Prisons. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
A French Spy on Germani Prisons. --- A Frenchman named Klein, who has just been released after undergoing a long term of imprisonment in Germany as a spy, gives a very uninviting description of life in Ger men prisons. Klein has jus: returned to Bar-le-Due, where his family redsde. On the 11th of February, 15S7, he was arrested at Strasbourg, where he was de tained forfive months awaiting his trial. At the end of that time he was taken to Leipzic, where he was tried, found guilty, and een tenced to six years' hard labor. Soon after wards he was removed to a prison at Halle on-Saale. For four years, according to his story, he was not allowed to see or speak to anyone, so that his reason seemed to be im paired, and he was removed, irst to a mad house at Berlin, then to another at Stephans. feld. He was finally liberated on the 17th of this ir.onth. At the prison of Halle, Klein occupied a collabout twelve oubic metres in size, with one small window in it; and his bed was a plank with ...
Sleeping Axioms. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
Sleeping Axioms. Sunlight is good for everything but feathers. STh beat number of persons to each bed is one. owa w ith heavy hangings, either above or below the bed. Beware of a dusty, musty carpet; better ?weetness and a hare floor. Donot fail to provide some means for venti lation during the night. Keep the head cool rhilee sleoeping, but not by a draught of cold air tailing upon it. If a folding bed must be used, contrive sorm way to keep it aired and wholesome. Let the pillor be high enough to bring the head in a natural position, no moro or less. Thorou-hly air the sleeping room every day; air the bedling and beds as often as possible. A dark, out-of.the-way, unwholesome corner is no more fitted for a sleeping room than for a parlor. A feather bed which has done Esrrice for a generation or two is hardly a desirable thing upon which to sleep.-Good Housekeeping.
Ladies' Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
Ladies' Gossip. We understand, rays an American ,aper, that it is definitely arranged that the marriageo of the famous young jockey, Mornington Can. non, with Miss E. Dennett, of the Park, Not. tingham. shall take place on Thursday, 11th January, at the old Parish Chnsich, St. Mary Abbotts, Kensington. The ceremony, which is to be of a quiet dscription. in consee-sonce of the lamented death recently of Mr Dennett, father of the bride elect, will be solemnised at two o'clock. We hear that the young couple will spend their honeymoon at Brighton prior to taking up temporary quarters at South. ampton until a temporary residence can be found inthe near vicinity of Danebury, for which establishment Morey Cannon will, of course, continue to ride at all times when his services are available, though there are certain races mentioned in his agreement with Kings. clere in which John Porter's stable will hold the first claim. Mrs Sydney Taylor undertook the presenta tion from the parishioners o...
BELLE BOYD THE REBELSPY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
BELLE QYDI THE REBEL SPY. yle Boyd was born in Martinsburg, Ber I;cy county (in what is now WVst Virginia), ca ?:h Lay, ISI., her mother being Mar Glenn, a daughter of Captain. James Glenn, and her father Benjamin Read Boyd, of artcinsburg. When old enough tobegiu her education, she entered Mount Washington FeoaIso Ccliege, in Baltimore county, Md. Speaking of herself recently, she touched very liottly on her career as a spy. '`I lad just left school," she said,' "when the war began. I entered so ha-rtily into the cause of the South that my exploits and servires to the Confederate army became fmiliar to the whole world nearly. Daring eny career I was twice sentenced to be shot, grad for eleven months I was a arisoner in the old Carroll and Capitol prisons in Washing-. ".J y military career was ended in 1S64, however, when I ran the blockade with i:por:tant despatches and was captured. Then I was banished from the country by President Lincoln. I went to England and there, in St. Jame...
WEDNESDAY. A NEERIM SPLITTING DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
WEDNESDAY. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A NEERIM SPLITTING DESPUTE. Patrick McKeowan sued Patrick Hoban (both of Neerim) for the sum of £3 19s. for work and labor done and breach of contract. Mr. Farlow appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. Gray defended. &nbsp; Patrick McKeowan, the plaintiff, said he was a laborer residing at Neerim. In the beginning of July, 1892, was engaged on a contract for Mr. Maginn. Saw the defendant at that time, who asked him to work for him for a couple of days. Told him was busy a the time and could not very well go. Eventually he agreed to go, and chopped some wood for charcoal making, which defendant stacked. Witness charged 7s. per day. Next saw defendant in August when he asked him if he would chopp a tree down. Witness felled the tree and charged 5s. Defendant asked him to split rails, and it was greed that the price should be £1 per 100. defendant to find tools. Defendant pointed out the tree. The rails were to ...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
L.lOCAL NEWS.. AA fire broke out on Tuesday evening last in i hbut near the :dwelling of Mr. Alex. Pierrehumbert;,at :Brandy. Creek.' The hutitvas occupied by the men :w?vorking on thoe.place.k, The building , was, insured .but itis now known how the fire originaJted. 'iMr. Jolin Balharrio of Bloomfield, mot with 'an unfortunate ;accident at Mr. W. .W. Gruin's' saw-mill' at Gainslorough somedays a go by'being crushed betweenou a cart. and a zwheel f .the portable engine. = .Thl e injuries were at one time thouglht to be some what serious but Mr. Balharrio is no-w gradually-improving. Dr.I Hayes is attending hini: Th e. Dr Goe, Bishop of' Mel bourne, paid a pastoral visit to Warra. gul on-:Wednesday, when.ai special service was h1ld:in St. Paul's Church. Afteritho'_impressive service lihad been gone "throfigh,: the bishop delivered a lucid sermon, ol,; ? Humility,". based. on the tekt "'Yea, hll of you be subject one to another, and be clothed with humnility"-I Peter, 5ch.'5v:' The r...
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
HERE AND THERE. By John Peerybinole. &nbsp; &nbsp; Dot is not naturally an easily-frightened woman. Barring the customary feminine objections to a mouse, and a slight ner- vousness in connection with a cockroach or a tarantula, I might call her coura- geous. I am convinced that, armed with a mop and a bucket of water, she would face a burglar, especially if he tried to come near one of the children. I have known her to brave a rate-collector, and on one occasion— a very sad one—an officer of the law, as he called himself (I called him a bailiff)—was compelled to decamp in the face of her decided refusal to open the door. But &nbsp; there is one thing of which she is frightened and that is an anarchist, &nbsp; or what she believes to be an anachist. &nbsp; Within a short distance of our humble &nbsp; abode—freehold, but unsaleable, there &nbsp; lives a highly respectable gentlewoman— a cut above the ordinary "lady,"' who has bee...
WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. When Women Have a Vote—What Will Happen Then. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 2 March 1894
WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS. When Women Have a Vote—What Will Happen Then. When women have a vote, and a mem- ber of the senate or honse of representa- tives of a state or of the nation is charged with grossly and notoriously immoral conduct, and the charges are proved against him, he will be expelled from his seat and from political life forever. When women have a vote, saloon keepers will not be members of school boards or be permitted to hold wide open their dens of destruction next door to or on the same block with the schoolhouse. On the contrary, women will be mem- bers of school boards themselves and control the same in the interest of econ- omy, constantly improving education, honesty and equal pay for equal work to teachers of both sexes. They will see &nbsp; to it that the streets are clean, safe and well lighted, or they will know the rea- son why. They will also see to it that at proper intervals throughout every town and city there is a plot set off for a public...
Burglar Proof Safe Quickly Melted. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
I~urstar Proof Safe Quickly Melted. Mr. Swan, the English electrician, de clared recently that he had seen electric al blowpipes capable of mnlting the stoutest iron so rapidly that to'meltinto a fire and burglar proof safe with this instrument would be the work of only a few minutes and would be both an easy and noiseless operation. As, however, it would require a 40-horsepower engine to operate such a scientific tool, banks need be under no apprehension from this .mode of attack on their vaults.-New York Telegram.
Grief of a Pet Pigeon. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
Griefof r I'ct Pigeon. One morning ono of the two pet pi geons belonging to my father was found upon the highroad dead, its body bearing marks of injury, but from what causnoe we never knew. We carried the dead body home and buried it in a sunny and quiet spot in the garden. For three days the surviving pigeon with untiring energy karched the country far and near for its mate, but in vain. It refused to touch food, and even the influence which my father usually exercised over it was gone. On the third day we found it dead in the dovcot, its little heart broken with grief by the loss of its lifelong companion. We buried it beside its mate.-Cor. Lon don Spectator.
Back From Georgia. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
u I:tacn 1oant G~eorgin i She drove up to the depot in an old cart drawn by an ox with lines attached to his horns, and she repeated her in quiries about the train from the east sod often that the depot agent finally asked: "A`re you expecting friends on that train?" "Tm lookin fur my son Sam an his wife," she replied. "Coming on a visit?' "No, sah. They dun moved over to Georgy six months ago, but they doean' like it and are comin back." "Mighty good state that Georgia." "Ive hearn say so, but Sam can't a-bear it. Good lhids and good crops, but the people is too scrumptious." "How scrumptious?" he queried. "I doan exactly Imow, but I reckon Sam can explain. He had'tbinthar' but fo'months when they tarred an feathered him an rode him all over the country on arail."-Detroit Free Press.
Fishermen's Superstitions. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
Fishermen's Superstitions. At tho beginning of the herring season the crew all try to seize the herring first on board, to see if it be male or female. If it is a male, their fishing may be ex pected to be a poor one; if a female, a good one. Sometimes, however,' the skipper secures it and hides it away, salt ing it and laying it past for the season. Tho boat must not be turned against the sun. Certain ;mimals considered of ill omen must not be spoken of in the boat, and ministers in this respect occupy the same place as rabbits, hares and pigs. Fishermen do not like to leun anything to a neighboring boat, lest their luck should go with it. If they lend a match, they will contrive-secretly if possible to break it andl keeppart, hoping thereby to retain their luck. Their dislike to have anything stolen is increase-c by the fear that the thief may have stolen their luck with it. To ask the question, "Where are you going'" of any one who is going on board is equivalent to de stroying a...
GIT AWL YU KIN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
GIT AWL YU KIN. I b'levo it's each man's duty In gittin through this lifeC Tu go er kinder rcay?like N;?,t have no , ??s t nr strife, Let things conllie out the beat the' will Cooure don't ro?h inter sin But when yu'r ge :Iti anoything Git awl yu kin. If y u air goin to buy some shoes (Them's very needful things). Just isk the clerk If he won't pleeso Throw in solsextmra strings. Yu'll git the shoes fur Jest the same It wont t take no more tin nut when yu're gett in anything G it awl y- kin. If it's a shirt yt're goin to buy, Yt want to make a holler Jest brace right uPto him an say lie most throw in n roller. T Ther mite be times when tis won't go. But she'll most allns win So when yu're gettin anytling Gita wlyu kin. The ste holds good in goin to church: S'Is?in v.t git the "power," Git enough tu anst yure life Instid of half an hour. I tell yt, o.iye, my dlce is. An it has allts tin, That when yl're ?gettin anything Git awl yu kin. -BIrooklyn Life.