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DEATH OF CONSTABLE RILEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
DEATH OF CONSTABLE RILEY. The Ilocal pu 10ili wi learn' with much regret and great surprise of the death of Mounted - constable Riley, 'which took place at Sale, on Sunday iiorning, after a very short: illness. The ddddeisd wlas stationed at Warra gul for sixteen months prior to October last, whel, lie i :hvas'; transferred: to Stawell `to"taki .,up .the 'positiounof assistant clerklii the superintendcnt's office. Rather more than a -week ago he was granted a fortnight's holiday, and decided to spend the time in the district ii which hd was born. His .parents reside at Briagolong, and on 'Friday week le passed through Warra gul en route for Sale. He was then in the best of health. Oin the followv ing Monday, however, lihe was taken ill at the house of Sargeant Magani df Sale, andcritical symptoms quickly mianifested themselves in the form of diphthericcroup. Medical advice was immediately --procured, but the uon fortunate man gradually grew worse, and on-Sunday morning breathed his ...
FROM THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
FROM THE GAZETTE. Applications for licenses approved : l55a, R. N. Pierce, Narracan; 250a, A. Williams, Narracau South ; 86a, Ola Thorson, Allambec; 189a, A. Ritchie, Noojee; 185a, O. Sundstrum, Noojce; 157a, T. Callow, Noojee East; 19a Sr 16p, C. Atkin, Narra can, Applications for leases approved: 194a, II. A. Flitton, Jindivick ; 194a, W. F. Shaw, Jindivick. Licences revoked: 106a, Isaac Fodgo, Allambeeo; 317a, W. Harris, Jindivicl,. Renewal of licenses approved : 238a, F. J. Mal'leson, Neeria ; 252a, J Willinams, Neerinm. .Do::'T advertise in the "VARRAGUL u AlDII5, N unle:s yol wait to be swamped with replies. The circulation of that paper is double thatof any other pblishgd in West Giippsland,
The Proprictor's Only Remedy. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
The Proprietor's Only Uemedy. A certain clerk in a Detroit establish ment, who has money of his own, but holds a position for the looks of the thing, recently became impressed by the idea that he was working too hard, and he went to the manager about it. "I came to see you," he said to that po tentate, "about my dudes here." "What about them-' inquired the man ager. "'I want fewer working hours." The manager had his own views on the subject "Well," he said thoughtfully, "I don't eee how we can arrange it, unless we make more than 24 hours constitute a day," and that ended the strike.--Detroit Free Press
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). TINDALE-FLEMING CUP COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
SOUR LETTER BOX, We distinctly visih it to be indersit that we do not necessarily , ltoIdle vioews expressed bycorresponde in4die this heading.] p nde5sl.1 (T - O. TE EDITOR). TINDALE FLEMING CUp COi " i1 ,'PETITION. Sme.-In your report of Satur cricket you state that I gave aRi ol that the batsman's feet iunst be i.io crease Before the bails are off. Tllht incorrect, Mr.' Brcwer who wais thbo vickets, objected to imy decisi Pratt's case on the ground that sain feet were within the crease. Ili I were "The man was standin, i l. crease." When I was assld1 . spectator " Was not the man's bat i~ th the.crease." I answered ,Were, i h, t h for Brower objected to mlle onil that ,r I was, well aware the bat aloue sufficioht.: As to l.b.w. decison umpire has the most correct view h cases. I was, and amn still of opinioin all three men were justly out'. T ing yon in anticipation.Yours, etc Jindivickf , 8/2/04. J S. L
A CURE FOR SNORING. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR A SOBER PHILANTHROPIST. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
A CURE FOR SNORING. AGREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR A SODER PHILAN'ITHROPIST. A Terniblo asd at present Innacarble is case That Breaks Up Homes and Datraya Lifelong Frlendships-A Care For This Tould lBe a loon. Several years ago, when that best of table companions, Don Piatt, was alive, we had arranged to have a little dinnes together at an up town cafe. I was on time, but Piatt was late. When he did rome, he loo!.:. grave and said in the low and w\ i dulated voice so memo nable: "I am sor..?, unt the simple truth is I discover that I am aflicted with an ail ment that will not yield to treatment one indeed for which 6,000 years of med ical science have not been able to find a Though always on myguard for ajoke, the sadly solemn face of my friend ab solved him this time, and with all the sympathy I could throw into my words I exclaimed: "Why, my dear Piatt, don't you be lieve it! What is this maladvy" "Alas, old age! I set out to walk here,. It vas too much of an undertaking." The timeliness ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
Business Notices. NOTICE OF REMOVAL: -HARRY FIELDER, BOOKSELLER .AND STATIONER, QUT EE B ST., WARRAGUL, HAS To those Central 'and Colnmodious Premises lately occupied by Mr. Purves, Chemist, QUEEN STREET.. Warragul Sports' D I-OT. E. J. FOWLER (Of the Railway Refreshment Rooms), AYVING 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. Iaving 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. I 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 from City in a few hours....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
Sim,--In your last issue )Ir. Philli, lRanmsden, Ilon Secretary Jindivick Cricket Club, takes exception to some remarks I made in a previous issue anent the not very choice language used by some of the members of the Jindivick team on the occasion of their playiu, is WVarragul on the 24th ult. Permit toees say that were it not that I do not wish It restiunder the unjust imputation of havin:, as Mr. laamsdon puts it, blackguarded !:i; team. I would not take up your vantabi space in' reply to MIr. lamtsden's leter, who displays a zeal worthy a better cause. I am now speaking advisedly, as iMr. Rlamsden in his anxiety to uphold the reputation and good fame of thie oflendict members of his team, is in my opinion attempting to. condone their misconduct, as I most omphatically assert that nlgar and vile language was on the occasion referred to used by some Itembers of his team. Iand others heard it, and were the offeouding inembers of his teues call upon to defend themselves in a court of...
LOANS FOR SMALL FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
LOANS FOR SMALL FARMERS. T- The Treasurer states that a few ap plications for small loans have already been received by the Savings Banks' Commissioners, and they will be dealt with on their merits. Several' mem bers of Parliament have received com munications from constituents inquir ing about the Government proposal in this direction, and a deputation of those members to the Savings' Bank Commissioners is mooted. Some M.P.'s doubt whether the Govern ment scheme will eflect much good; but before saying much about it they desire to be more fully informed of the terms and conditions on which loans will be made, and the expenses in connection therewith, as well as the amount available for such purposes. Mr. Robert Reid, the Victorian Minister of Defence, has received offers from two large steamship companies to contract to carry butter at 'd per lb. The Gulf line has promised to add refrigerating chambers to four of its steamers.
GIPPSLAND MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. BEET SUGAR AND FROZEN MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
GIPPSLAND MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. BEET SUGAR AND FROZEN MEAT. o A conference for the consideration ot forwarding the above industries, convened by the Gippsland Municipal Association, was held in the shire hall at Maffra on Friday. There were present Cr. Kelly (Avon shire), presi dent of the association, and Cr. ,'Donald and Horstman (Maffra), Latham (Avon), Smyth (Warragul), Crisp (Narracan), Williams (Tambo), 4 and Messrs. M'Kesight, Agricultural Society, Bairnsdale; Harper and Man sou, Agricultural Society, Maffra; and Rawlings, Newry. Some of the dele gates spoke very warmly in referring to the action of some residents of Bale who wrote to the Government pointing out there was a likelihood of a beet factory being established there, and requesting that the first promise made :to assist the industry be adhered to. .As the promotion of the industry had advanced to such a stage that the prospectus for the formation of the company was being drawn up and a site secured for a factory at...
TEMPERANCE MEETING AT WARRAGUL. PRESENTATION TO MRS. SARGEANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
TEMPERANCE MEETING AT WARRAGUL. PRESENTATION TO MRS. SARGEANT. ------o A very successful and well-attended meetihg, undes the auspices- of the W.C.T.U. and Band of Hope, was held in the. Masonic-hall, Warragul, on Friday evening last, the hall being filled by an appreciated audience. A varied and interesting programime of songs, recitations, duets, and dialogues was carried out in a very commendable manner, and during the evening Master Stanley Paul, .a diininutivo bright, but little fellow, presented Mrs. Sargeant, the President of the Band of Hope, on behalf of the members, with a handsome, well-bound and compre liensive Teachers' Bible, suitably in scribed, in recognitionoftheinterestshe has takein in the work of the Band of Hope. Mrs. Sargeant suitably replied, expressing her pleasure at being made the recipient of such an unexpected mark of the appreciation of the members. Mr. Mann, who.presided, urged upon all the importance of taking a more active interest in the temper ance ...
GOVERNMENT AND ECONOMY. A STRIKING INSTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
GOVERNMENT AND ECONOMY. A STRIKING INSTANCE. - 0 A striking instance of the rigid economy of the Government and its effect was exemplified at the Electoral Revision Court for Traralgon and Loy Yaugheld at Traralgon on Wednesday before Mr. C. Cresswell, P.M. The electoral inspector is Constable Cameron, of Alberton whose appear ance at the Traralgon court neces sitated a journey, via Dandenong, of about 150. miles. He stated that Was the first court out of five he had been able to attend, owing to being other wise engaged with police business. He had had no opportunity to check the electoral list with the municipal rate book, and the only objection he had now was to the name of one person (J. Johnson, Traralgon South) who was known to be dead. Mr. Cresswell commented strongly on this state of things, and said that under such condi tions revision courts were simply a farce. He had no doubt, as had been shown elsewhere, that, were the lists compared with the shire rate-book, it would b...
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. The following accounts are lying at the Receipt and Pay Office, Wair?gl:' it. burns, P'. ]Bellingham, J. Briggn' s Bannon, :J. Clarke, W. Curtis, A. Cain, J. Duccy, E? Frost, S. Gill (5), A. Gunter, HI. C. Harvie, J. G. IIearn, G. IIadge, D. Jones, J. F. Joyce, J. Jennott, 1. Joly-, P. Kiinano, T. Kelleher, C. LeaClIh, Leith, W. Manton, J. Maginu, A. 2" kenzio, E. Moore, J. E. McMahon, . 0. iMcGuirk, Poowong and Jeetho Shiren F. Palmor, 11. Paterson, W.. J. Itober; G. 11. W. Smith, A. Strang, i. ,. Smith (2), J. Thorne, D. Trumupy, J,' Williams. Anothcr consignment of dressed poultry was despatchecd for the Loedoa market on. Saturday in the R.MS Cuzco. The shipment, which has been.made under the supervision of the Department of Agriculture, coa sisted of JS clhickens, 'J duckli?sl~ teal, 13 black duck, and 200 abbits. l'he ducklings and chiclcens Ver choice birds. A large number Of birds which were sent to the refrigerat ing works for killiig and shbipm...
LOCAL APPEAL CASE. AN IMPORTANT DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
LOCAL APPEAL CASE. AN, IMPOIRTANT DECISION. --5----- An appeal of much importance to people residing in the country was decided by Mr. Justice Williams (il Chambers) on Friday last. At the Yarragon Court of Petty Sessious, in December last a complainaut named Heath, of Yarragon, procecded against Henry Hoffman, of North Melbourne, the well-known timber merchant, to recover an :amount due for palings, delivered by Heath at the North MJd bourno Railway Station. The Jusiies made an order for the amount claimted. and it was sought to set this aside oen the ground that the case should have been heard in North Melbourne, as being a court more easy of access from the place where the subject matter of the complaint arose as provided by tlie'Justices' Act 1890. '?Mr.-Jiustice Williams heold that the Justices liad jiirisdictioil, and dismissed the appeal with costs against the defLtt dant. Mr. Cussen, instructed by Messrs. Gray and Friend, appeared for Heath, and Mr. Wasley instructed by Mess...
HINTS ON ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
HINTS ON ADVERTISING Advertising is not to be dond by'fits and starts, a little at a time, in a titinid, scared kind bof way, as if afraid of being; ciught at it. It should be regarded as one of the necessary ex penses.of a business, and should be as regular as rent, fuel or clerk hire. 'It should be well done; there is such a thing as doing advertising so cheaply that no oine finds out that it is. being done at all; If you have a good business you should advertise, lest competitors shouldttake advantage of the great lever and outstrip you in the race. 'If your business is small you should advertise; and let the public know where you are and what you have to sell, that they may come and buy. Trying to do business without' adver tising is like niaking faces in the dark you itmy know what you are about, Lut others do not. .The man who, without interruption can beep hiis nmc befcro the public, is constantly inforiming possible cus toners who he is, where lie is to be found, anld what h...
A SUCCESSFUL FACTORY DIVDENDS OF 7 AND 20 PER CENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
A SUCCESSFUL FACTORY DIVDENDS OF 7 AND 20 PER CENT. .----0--- * The directors of the Farnham Cheese and Duttter Factory have issued their report for the half-year ending 21st January, which discloses a very satis factory state of affairs. The profit for half-year amounts to £1,868 17s., and the company has a credit balance to the profit and loss account of £:3,507 2s 2d. The directors recom mend that a dividend of 7 per cent be paid non-supplying shareholders and 20 per cent. to supplying shareholders. During the latter part of this season the butter sent by this factory to London realised 12s to 14s per cwt. higher than for the corresponding trriod of last year. The directors Irave decided to pay 4d per gallon for milk during March. Cheese making on the Cheddar system has been started at the factory.
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
3MAILS CLOSE AT WARlIAGUL FOR Melbourne, twice daily, at 10.15 n.m. and 7 p.m.; travelling post, 11.10 n.m. and 7.50 p.m. Sale and liairnsdale, twice daily, 10.15 n.m. anl 7 p.m.; travelling post, 1055 a.m. and 7.50 p.m. Neerizu, Neerim South and lRokeby, daily, 13I noon. L:rdner-1Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days, 11.15 u.m.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
TELEGRIAMS. Victoria.-To or from any station, six words or under, 6d. ; each additional word ld. Name and' address of sender and receiver is not charged. N.S.W'ales.-'Ten words, is. ;additional word, 2d. S. Australia and Tasmanuia,-Ten words 2s.; additional word 2d. Queensland and Western Australia.l Ten words, Us,; each additional word, 'd. New Zealand.-Ten words, is Gd. ;earlh additional word, 6d. The address and signature of messages to New Zealand are charged for. United Kingdom, 4s 10d. per word.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
Don't Be deluded. You cannot rent the vacant property by merely hanging a card in the window. The man .who wants to catch Dame Fortune's smile must do more than Flirt with the lively lady. Thousands have tried it. Hundreds are at the same game to-day, and will have no better success than you are having - With the fickle lady. Get down to business, alvertie your vacant property, your business, and your wants in the WAaaous. GCuminml.% and YX~ia]cox, A o TnarFALc.u E.xIsa , wilereit wi!l be read by three : thousain il:eople. Then you'll catch ' Her. LUXX1E. THE NEW LIGHT. NEW AMSERICAN ILLUMINANT is now having an xtraorrlinary salr, wherever introduced. it is 1'I:ItII1:(;7'J.Y SAVEI'. and yields thu inot BIIAN.I.I.S'1' LWI1T vet obtaincd troni any Iany U2IINAN: A wilst its beauty o nbllnarnnlu ,umnondn tlonnd miration of eery lb r everydeairallo reeped fian no EQUrAL, ndt, nr yet, en RIVAL in at thiegnat niarlt maci I thn, se 1-. It ise a IIISt'l'INi' AIIVA.N(EL ,; ordtieary Wgtii.Tes...
TINDALE-FLEMING CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 March 1894
TINDALE.FLEMING CUP. Smi,-" Delegate No. 2," in his efl of the 27th ult. in reply to my last, seli all at sea, he appears to wander ?sl~ inazo hither and thither with no oe Ia extrication. After perusieg his epis.1e cannot help thinking that the reply of all old gamekeeper, as to w?hat hle thaoit of a sermon on one occasion, very fattin. applies to his letter. "Well," said l, shrewd old gamcekeeper, "I tho.""lagtai like one of them long haired dogs fra Skye, for I could see neither head or tiil to it," and this, Mr. Editor, is exactly hM I feel in attempting an analy?l3 'f "Delegate No. 2's" last wishy Satla. production. What does lhe mean t, saying!' I have made thie amendlllde h. able." I aui not aware that insth a provious letter I accused the deleguates having any personal animosity to we, a; I alu R unklnown quantity to theni, and I do not think I blamed themi for haai., any personal ill feeling against Mr. Sulin?. I will pass over the greater portion oflh; letter, seeing it re...