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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 March 1895
Auctioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - STOCK ENTIERED FOR THE ILULN L ULN AND WARRIAGUL MARIKETS - FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations Underlaken -Loans Arranged. LocAS. Re.rnrscsTIrVE or MESSRS. WM. HAMILTON &A CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 23n, MARCH, 1893. tM. HAMILTON & CO. will sell by W public auction, at their yards, Turf Club HotAl, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owners- Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, ac. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, Sn MARCH., 1S93. W M. HAMILTON ,k CO. willhold their next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the above date. when they will offer Horses, Cattle, Sheep. Sheep, igs, Ac. W M. RAMILTON & CO., Warrag-ul. and 120 Queen-street. Melbourne LEONGATHA SALE. FORTNIGHITLY SALE. Thursday, March 14, At On- p.m. Sharp. W?T . HAMILTON .- CO. ...
WARRAGUL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 8 March 1895
WARRACUL SHIRE COUNCIL. A meeting of the Warragul Shire Council was held on Wednesday, and was attended by President Anderson, and Crs. Croploy, Aflock, Harvie, Connor and Smith. CORR.ESPONDENCE. From B. WV. Judd, asking permission to sell artificial manures.-Health officer and inspector to report. From Village Settlers at Neerim, ask. ing council's influence In obtaining assistance from the Government towards making a roadway into their blocks. Secretary to ask Minister of Public Works to assist. From Shire of Rosedale, proposing that council should urge repeal of provision of Local Governmuent Act imposing collection of statistics on municipalities.-Counoil to co-operate. From W. T. Fraser, offering to remove his house from the reserve east of show ground for £4 compensation.-The presi. dent and Cr. Connor to arrange. From John Irwin, Bloomfield, stating that culvert had been burned on Cope land's.road. --Received. Roso wmAl-ri. Cr. Aflleck introduced Mr. Downing, who stated that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
Late Advertisements. Shire of Warragul. DOGS. N OTICE is hereby given that all owners anid harborers of DOGS, which have not been REGISTERED on or before the 16th day of MARCH in each and ever year, are liable to be prosecuted under provisions of the Dog Act. JOHN PICEKE, Dog Registrar. Shire Office, Warragol, 11th March, 1895. WiANTEDi-Comfortable BOARD . and RESIDENCE for ,Ladies.'-State Terms, "Homely," Post-office, Warragul; Business Notice. ANNIVERSARY OF A NOTABLE EVENT I I I THE INTRODUCTION TO WARRAGUL OF Walker Bros,' FAMOUS - "CASH" SYSTEM. THREE years ago we CO ncaED BUSINESS in Warragul, andde 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 "CASIH 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 " P...
BLACKBALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
BLACKBALLED. Mr. Cecil Rhodes, the Premier of the Cape Colony, who has lately been visiting England, was put up .for election as a member of the Travellers' Club. When the election took place, however, he was blackballed. By. way of showing their indignation at this act a number of prominent members of the club have resigned. Among those who have severed their connec tion with the institution for this reason are H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, the Doke of Fife, the Duke of Abercorn, and Earl Gray. The Dandenong Shire Council has carried a scheme of retrenchment, reduc ing the salary- of the secretary and engineer from £225 to £200; dispensing with the services of the clerk of works; redneing the health officer from £15 to £10; the charitable vote from £55 to £25: and has struck a rate u rls9d in the pound. After paying off the bank over draft, this will leave £800 to be spent on works, day labor, &c., during the ensuing year.
THE GOSPEL OF WORK EMILE ZOLA'S STIRRING ADVICE TO FRENCH STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
THE GQOSPEL OF WOIXK EMILE ZOLA'S STIRRING ADVICE TO FRENCH STUDENTS. iEtracts From a iasterly Speech Dolir ered Before a Body of You; Mren In Parls-The clatlon Between Science aild Happloa ss pllatnod. Emile Zola, the famous novelist, pre sided at a dinner given by the Students' pCotiation of . Paris. In the couc. of the evening he spoke as follows: 1)DicLciesugel0 qveproinr se happiness? .~oG~ke~cfiectuA~liemesetbe~-f trtlh. t it is questionabloif happiness can he made out of facts. To be con tent with tlhem even for a day one must po.ssess a stoicism, an absolute unselfislc ness, a serenity of intelligenco possible only to thel highest minds. Therefore a despairing cry goes up from suffering humanity. How, it asks, can we live without delusions and illusions? If there is not somewhere a world whero justice reigns, where the wicked are pcuished and the good rewarded, how endure the abominations of human existence? Na ture is unjust and cruel. Science ends in the monstrous law of t...
AN AWFUL EXPERIENCE MISTAKEN FOR DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
AN AWFUL EXPERIENCE --0 MIISTAKENI\ FOR DEAD. in extraordinary affair is reported frum Heywood, England. On 17th January, reports "St. James's Gazette." a woman living there was supposed to have died, and she was washed. laid out and measured for her cclnh, a piece of linen being placed over her mouth. Eight -houra later, however, as two women were tidying t.e room, the supposed corpse blew the linen away and raised herself up in bed. The two women were terribly fri.htened, and in their hasty retreat both tumbled down stairs, and are now iudring from slight injunies as well as shock. Some time elapsed before an':one else could be induced to enter hie Louse; but eventually several P rons went in togetherandfoundthe roman still sitting up in bed. Tele _raphin; later, the correspondent ,ated that the woman had just s-crumbed. The doctor expressed the upinion that her death was accelerated b. shock. During the night the 7oman conversed with her son, who had carried her upstairs for dead...
Fish for Local Streams. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
Fish for Local Streams. rLocal lovers of tihe rdd and line. will re joice to know that in seasons not far hence the scope for exercising their skill will probably be greatly increased by the introduction of trout and salmon into the streams' throughout the district. The Warragul Shire Council has been in communication with the Ballarat Fish Acclimatisation Society and has received a reply containing the following satis factory lines: " This society will be pleased to give you a fewhundred young trout "yearlings" and I shall let you know when they are rendy for removal. We commence to distribute about the end of Mey, when the weather will permit of their removal with safety. All the cost in thie matter will be the exponse of sending somen one down to take charge of the fish and attend to thern in transit, The society will provide the necessary tins and we make no charge for the fish. I shall give you due notice so that you can make all arrangements." This is certainly a generous offe...
AN IDEA OF SIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
AN IDEA OF SISE. You can dig a lake in the centre 0t Texas, put the republic of France on 1o island in that lake, and it couldn't he seen from the shore. You could hide England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales in any part of it, and it would be tor months before any one who didat know of their location would be able to get even a suspicion of it.
Receipt and Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
Receipt and Pay. The following accounts are lying at the Receipt and 'Pay Office, Warragul: R. A. Anderson, B. Burns, P. Bellingham, J. Crawley, F. A. Carlsson (2), A. Cain, J. Clarke. F. E. Dawson, J. Ducey, C. Eberle, H. E. Farrall, C. Fincher, E. Frost, R. Gregg, Harvey and Chappell, G. Hoadges, J. F. Joyce, J. Jennett, D. Jones, R. Jolly, T. KIelleher, P. Kinnane, C. Leach, T. J Lonergan, Miller Bros, A. Mackenzie, M. A. Marshall, N. O. McGuirk, - T. M'Low, F. J. McNamara, D. J. Mahony, L. Millar, A. M'Kenzie, J. E. McMahon, W. Manton, E. Moore, F. Palmer, R. Paterson, A. IRadovick, W. J. Roberts, J. Scott, I. H. Williams, W. T. Webb, J. W. Williams.
HALF A MILLION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
HALF A MILLION. What strange episodes of life come upon. I was in a saloon the other night, and a man entered to peddle eggs. He was, I suppose, about 72 or 74 years of age, bent and grizzk" and apparently a broken down ScotcL man-a rara avis in this countrt The proprietor bought six eggs frot him, for which he seemed very grate ful. When he had shambled outl the former said, " I)o you know who tuf man is 2" I admitted ignoralt. " Well," he said, " he is worth more than half a million of money, and more property than you or 1 could reckon, and it has all been made 1s selling eggs and living on three shbu lings a week. Here, I thought, i s life story which ought to be illustrJal in the pages of "Smiles' Self Help. - Our Melbourne correspondent.
THE DAIRY. THE SUMMER CAMPAIGN. Preparation That Are Always Made by Good Dairymen. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
THE SUMMER CAMPAIGN. eeparatlonTýnhat Ane Always Made by Goes 5)alrysmen. The following are essentials of prepa ration: If the milk can is old and cor roded with rust, buy a'newlone for the pse of milk,; and use the rusty one in which to/draw hack. whey from the 't.- "Theiron ero rem, tho.9ld4 swill, but such a tonic is not needed in butter andlcheese. Where du you generally store your whey at the farm for pig feeding? You probably do not consider it of much value anyway, and so dump it into an old swill barrel that soon becomes rank ly sour. Well of course the waste fluid of milk is not as nutritious as a grain mixture, hut what nutriment there is remember costs you nothing but the labor involved in preserving, and it is worth saving. In dairy sections it has been time and again proved that swine could be kept in flourishiingly growing.ordbr on whey alone, with a limited grass, pastur age, bnt the whey,. understand. did not have its nutritive quality destroyed by an intense acidity...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
Business Notices. SaHWEITZER'S "'THE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. T. T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & Chaff Merchant 1L;r AP. M 1YERS & CO.) Napier-street, Warragul. Flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety. I- Horse Feed, Fowls' Feed, Grass Seed, Potatoes, &c. BONE DUST- -BONE DUST, - .l at the Lowest rossible Prices. - MRS. J. ROSS, - Queen Street, Warragul - IIAS a Large and Varied Collection of - ST.ATIONERY, CBIILDENS' TOTS, SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such as Boek-, Slates, Bags, &c., IIIIElODASHERIY, Cottons, Wools and. Crewel Silks. Tube Oil Paints, and the beattiftl Enamel taints. Fancy Goods-large variety. CUONFECTIONERIY. Agent for Singer's Sewing Machine and liRequisites. .11- Fruit and 'VegetIables in Season. CIIIlSTMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps for Sale. MILK! MILK! M(ILK! TO 'NHOI IT DOES CONCERN Fresh milk Delivered daily 2 QUARTS FOR D. CASH ONLY Direct from "Carrington" Farm. Cot ItLs ...
Interesting Reading. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
Inuteresting ReadIlg. The following, from the tifth annual report of the New York dairy commnis sioner, shows some ways that are dark and tricks that are mean: in the preparation of milk at cream eries for the market of the consumer it is well known that the proprietors as a rule take particular pains to impress on the minds of their foremen that "it must stand the lactometer test," which it is accordingly made to do before shipment, and on a failure or omission in this par ticular. resultingin detection and subse quent prosecution and tine, the amount, whatever it may be, is to be deducted from the wages or earnings of such em ployee as a penalty for the offense. That such are the facts I have been personal ly informed by a number of the fore men themselves. I am well satisfied in my own mind that in this preparation of milk. not less than from four to six quarts of skimmed milk are added to each can of pure utilk. though the lactoueter test is power less to detect its presence by ...
Operating the Box Churn. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
Operating the Box Churn. The box churn used in creameries gives the cream four falls or concus sions to ench revolution. The length of time required for a churning shows that the striking force is weak, or the butter wouldl come sooner. The force is wenk ened by inattention to details. If the churn revolves too slowly, the cream merely slides along the bottom the churn quietly glides around under the cream, causing little disturbance. If the churn revolves too fast the cos trifugal force developed throws the cream against the entire inside circunsa ference of the churn and it does not fall; It rides around. The churn should be speeded so as to give the greatest tlnhud" to the cream. This causes concussion, impacts the butter globules, and if the temperature is right they adhere. The amount of cream in the churn has something to do with the work. A churn speeded so as to do the best work when one-third full of cream, will not do so well if fuller. The cream has less fall and that in ...
THE TOMATO SCARE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
THE TOlVIATO SCARE. Is it dangerous to eat raw tomator Some people have lately put about the ilea that cancer may arise fronm eatin these succulent vegetables uncookeJ Medical men interviewed ridicule thi notion. One eminent physician r commends the washing of tolmatoes in hot water before using them for salads not to avoid cancer, but because tomatoes are not always grown in thi sweetest of soil.
FROM THE GAZETTE. MARCH 8TH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
FROM THE GAZETTE. MARCH 8TII. Permits revoked: 10a, E. F. Doren, Warragul. Extent of holding amended: IHenry Mlotton, Allambee ; original extent, 255a; amended extent, 2·1a. Lease declared void: Robert Pur chase, 20a, Neerim. Applications for licenses approved: 101a, Wilhelm Shieferdecker, Neenrim; 10Da, C. F. W. Worth, Allarike;, ` 17a, T. Carter. Allambee East.
EXTRACT FROM A TRADESMAN'S LETTER: [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
EXrsrnAcT FRnoM A TRLESMIAN'S LETTER n: "Am very pleased with Circulars and Cards...They show much better work manship than some I had done in Melbourne a few months ago, and are cheaper...Please send qnotations for Billheads." "GUAnDLtx" PRINTtNG Woonss, QUEEN STREET, WAXIRAGUL. The pulpit of the Warragul Presbyterian Churclh on Sunday was occupied by the Rev. J. G, Wilson, of Traralgon, who exchanged pulpits with the Rev. J. Hall Angus for the anniversary services of the Traralgon Presbyterian Church. The detailed price list of Mr. P. G. Livesley's clearing sale will be found on our front page. The Narracan Shire Council intends to reduee the valuations and possibly increase the rate. D. i'Neil and Co's. new advertise ment appears in this issue, and contains some interesting information for people of an arithmetical turn of mind. A man can get along without advertis ing; so can a waggon without grease, but it goes hard. CATouLc Cnuncnr.-Mass will be celebrated on Sunday as follows...
Narracan Councillors "go for" the Railway Commissioners. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 March 1895
Narracan Councillors " go for" the Railway Commissioners. The receipt of a communication from the Ararat Council complaining of the roads of the Shire being cut up by the heavy team traffic running in opposition to the railways and suggesting that in consequence of this, combined with the recent reduction n. the municipal subsidy, the Government be requested to give a a special grant to such councils for the umaintenance of main roads, led to certain councillors of the Narracan Shire having a verbal " go in" at the Railway Commis sioners on Friday and resulted when "time" was called, in the unfortunate commissioners coming off worst. Cr. Powell said he would tax the men who used the roads. Or. Lloyd: It is all the fault of the Railway Department. Cr. 1'owell: Or else their misfortune. Cr. Lloyd.: Their fault I say. The fact that a carrier is able to compete with the Railway Department is simply ridi culons. Cr. Powell: It is the fault of former mismanagement. The President: The Comm...