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HEARTHS AND HOMES. TWO PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

HEARTHS AND HOMES. TWO I'PLlCES. A very important lesson for a girl to learn as she enters into young woman hood, is that she must. through life, pay one or other of two prices, which will confront her at every turn. One is high. the other low. and, if she be wise, she will make a close friend of the latter, and hold the other at bay as one whose :st:lunntan:ce will only bring sor row anrd regret. Can you guess which they are, my girl readers? I will tell you their n:lmes, "Civility is the least price we pay for things. and repentance is the highest!" The highest. indeed, for Is it not true that some of the hit terest sorrows pleople brine upon themselves are those that have repent ance as the harvest? Angry words, unkind thoughts. hasty. ill-advised ac tions, what a long list comees before the mind's eye as ch;arging: ithe high price of a repentance. that is, iu its turn. re pented of most ceenly! And it is just as true that civility i§ the least price. A bright smile, a grateful w...

Publication Title: West Gippsland Gazette
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A CURE FOR CHILBLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

A CURE FOR CHIILBLAINS. "A lady who has succesrfplly used the following cure for chilblaihis, sent it to a well known English journal some time ago. and I copy the recipe, as some of my readers may e glad to to ry it, now that our winter ha:s :comelnced. She always begins to use it when the cold \vIeather is sellting inll. rutthbing her hands with iicomlnion salt first of :ill, then soaking anti rubbingl ihem in as hot water as sihe aln tear, antid finally using freely a soltitioll of gly.'crine and rose wailer. Slhte Ilthus uirend herself sonme years algo. lint stil 'iregularly lem ploys the remlitdy (every w?iler. as sthe finds that it not only preserves her hands from any chilblitins. but has also tle pleansant effect of 'endering them weather.

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A GOOD FURNITURE CREAM. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

A GOOD FUR NITURE CREAM. A cream for polishing furniture well, and that kecps good for years can be easily made as follows:--Melt four ounes of thelw beizr y cllow wri.x in a pint of spirits of turpx'nltizw. anti to the sanio with ain oz. of o i dile ao:lp in a pint of Iboii~ngr water: mixii all together aS Soon as tos5ibl) 'tad11 stir till (Britt~ -old,. then tol let nil cor.nk itia. ionce. It :ill be foutted tha t it canIL b15 thin. nmalte for 1ess t~I:LTI : Ataiter of rho t'xpio~ase if jliir ':haLSe u1 romo a shopt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

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WARRAGUL POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

WARRAGUL. POLICE COURT. At the Warragul Police Court on Thursday Henry Shiels, publican, of Trafalgar sued Thomas Lloyd for feloniously stealing a blanket, opossum rug, clock, and articles of clothing. Sergeant Fowler conducted the prose cution and accused pleaded guilty. Henry Shiels said he identified the articles by their general appearance and various marks, and they were all his property. He knew the accused, who was in his employ for about four months as cook. He remembered the 27th inst., when he got up about 7.80 in the morning, and on looking in accused bed found he had gone. Witness subsequently missed the articles. On the day before (Sun day) accused told witness he was going and it was in consequence of that that he went to his room to see if he had gone. He then went in search of him. Witness rode to Yarragon, and over took Lloyd outside the police station there. When he came up to him, witness said "Hullo, Tommy, where are you going ?" Accused made no reply. Witness sa...

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POLITICAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

POLITICAL NOTES. The sensational utterance by Sir Henry Wrixon in the Legislative Council in advocacy of Upper House reformn, has been the principal theme of conversation amongst public men. Briefly, Sir Henry's scheme is that the colony should be divided into four electorates, and that ten members of the Council should be elected for each on the basis of manhood sufliage. In bringing forward these propositions, Sir Henry admitted that he was largely influenced by the reception given by the electors to the provisions of the Conmmon Bill relating to the constitution of the Senate. Notice of a number of important bills was given in the Legislative Assembly yesterday by private members, including a bill to establish the referendtun, moved by -Mr. Outtrim, and a bill to legalise the totalisator, moved by MIr. Murray. IBoth Mr. McGregor and Mfr. Zox tabled motions for the abolition of the stock tax. The bill to abolish plural voting in the elections of members of the Legislative Assembly...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCILS AND THEIR LOANS. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE OFFERED. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

MUNICIPAL COUNCILS AND THEIR LOANS. GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE OFFERED. In the prosperous days of Victoria a number of municipal councils borrowed heavily, but when the depression came, with its large reduction in the value of property, and a corresponding diminution in the amount received from municipal rates, these bodies found themselves financially embarrassed. Some of them, while able to pay the interest due on the loans, cannot set apart the full stun re quired each year as a sinking fund for the redemption of the loans, despite the rigid economy now exercised in their expendi ture. The Treasurer has come to their assistance by bringing in a -Municipalities Loans Extension Bill, which empowers him to incribe Victorian Government stock for the ditfference between the sunm standing to the credit of the sinking fund and the amount of the loan at the time of maturity of the latter, and to place the same to the credit of the council. This will enable the municipality to meet its obligat...

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JINDIVICK. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

JINDI VICK. The half-yearly meeting of the local lodge of the M.U.I.O.O.F. was held on Monday evening. Amongst the visitors present were P.S. Bro. Thomas (Melbourne), P.G.31. Symonds, P.(. Bro. Jones, Bro. Butters (Warragul), and several brethren from the Neerimn and Drouin lodges. The election of officers resulted as follows:-N.G., Bro. H. Petscback; V.G., Dro. G. Rea, and Dro. Rattan took the G.M.'s chair; Warden, Bro. H. Sutton; Guardian, Bro. A. Rae. Secretary, Bro. C. F. Sayce. Bros. J. Harding and C. Killeen were appointed supporters of the N.G., and Bros. T. McCullough and C. Christensen supporters of the V.G. After the lodge business had been concluded, an adjournment was made to the schoolroom, where the ladies had the tables laid with tasty refreshments. On behalf of the company, G.M. Bro. Rattan complimented the ladies and thanked them for their thoughtful ness. P.S. Bro. Thomas expressed his surprise and gratification at the progress the lodge had made since its inceptio...

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NEERIM. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

NEEJ? I1. Bros. Thomas and Broatch visited the Neerim Lodge on-rWednesday, when there were about 50 members of the local and neighbouring lodges-piresent. The follo' ing officers were elected : .-.G., Bro. T. Vesey; V.G., Bro. I). lutcheson ; G;I., Br1a. Elamnan;o sccretary, ]:ro. Gleeson ; and treasurer, 1iro. Fisk. A smoke night entertaiumnent followed, some of the items of which , provoked much merriment, especially the comical recitations of Bro. C. S. Thomas.

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THE ODDFELLOWS. WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

THE ODDFELLOWS. WAR1tBAGUL. The Port Phillip ])istrict officers paid official visits to the Jindivick. Warragul, and Necrim lodges last week. The Warra gul Lodge was visited on Tuesday. P'rovl. G.M3. Bro. Buseh, Deputy Provl. G.M. Bro. Broatch, "and I'rovl. C.S. Brother Thotuas being the district represe~ntatives. K purple lecture was given before the lodge opened, and Pl'at Grands Bros. Blacker and Penney took tle Purple degree. There iw'as a large i"nst? l of brethren at the lodge, and the following officers were elected for the next half year : N.G., ro. . J. Butters; V.C., lroo. J. Hall; G.3I., Bro. J. M31Gowan ; secr tary, ]Bro. Blacker; treasurer, Iro. Symonds. At the conclusion of business, refresluncnts were partaken of, and a no-ve was then mnade to. the card tables, and liroceedings were enlivened with songs and recitations-by members and visitors.

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SPEAKING IN FRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

SPEAKING IN FRENCH. I : Press correspondent met Dr. Dobie in he was leaving the Castle after visit 5ng the patient, on the Tuesday preced ing MIr Gladstone's death. "Does he speak at all, doctor?" asked fthe correspondent. "Very little, scarcely at all," replied Dr. Dobie. "'Strange to say, he has taken to mur '8nurinr in French when spoken to in English. ? e sometimes replies with a {word or two in that language. but at iother times he seems to be trying to ara," and in French, for I have caught, Ithe w'ords, 'cornuencez,' and 'priez.' "

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HIS LAST WORD. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

HIS LAST WORD. 'Acc'ordIng to the "Daily News." the e'ary last word that the dying man was iheard to utter was "Amen." This was said evidently in response to a. prayer ~which the Rev. Stephen Gladstone was ireading by the bedside.

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GLADSTONE'S GRAVE IN THE FAMOUS ABBEY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

GLADSTONE'S rrRA.VIE IN T'Ill: FAMIOUS ABBE?. . The spot in the Abbey where the cof fin wilt lie (says 'Westminster." in writ ing of the then approaching burial of Gladstone) has already been practically decided, although the time has not yet come for an official deliverance on the subject The place chosen is said to be that set apart by Dean Stanley for Mr Gladstone's body; it is on the east side of the north transept in "Statesman's Aisle," between the st: tules of Peel and B.eaconsfield. At this spot the inscription on the gravestone will be seen by all who enter thet Abbey iln time to comen The monument will not stand over the grave. but in the niche next the Earl of Mans?tiLd's monument on the same side of the north transept as Lord Palmerston's staue. In fact, the proposed statue will direct ly face as near as possible the body of the late statesman, and Lord Beacons field's statue in an opposite corner. Tihe statue will thus be seen from every part of the north Iransept and e...

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WORLD-WIDE TRIBUTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

WORLD-WIDE TRIBUTEs. How much people outside our own Empire thought of the illuhistrious states man is exemplified by the following tabulated expressions of sentiment which we condense from the "\'est minster Gazette": THE UNITED STATES. Mr Day. Secretary of' State (to lMr Hay): "Through appropriate channel cx press to Mr Gladstoh's family the sym pathy and sorrow., of the American people at thepassing'away, in' ripeness of years and fullness of honors, of one of the. most notable figures: of modern civil` statesmanship." The Vice-President of the United States: "He was very close to our national' heart, and, our people felt an intense pride and interest in this great: kinsman lby'6nd the sea." FRANCE. The President (who has telegraphed to Mrs Gladstone): "One could not feel sorry for his death, which was a release from pain; but one whose efforts had so long made, for a cordial friendship between France and England. has gone for ever." 31. Zola: "He 1 as just such :. leader of men ...

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THE FALLS OF THE STEPHENSON [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

THE FALLS OF THE STEPHENSON Here, where two mountains are meeting. 'And the gorges are hidden and steep. Where the sunlight is fitful and fleeting, And the forest is darkened and deep. From the heart o[ the ranges out-flashing, 'Neath leaf-way and garlanded dome, Prom rock-ledge to rock-ledge down-dashing, Thou plungest, 0 river! in foam. And sweet as the breath of the mountains Are thy waters, and sweeter than they Are the dew drops that hang o'er thy foun tains. Dejowelling leaflet and spray: And fair as the forest is, never Was gem of the forest so fair As the mist that enrobes thee for ever, As thy bow in the tremulous air. The songs that are sung in high places, In whirlwind, in darkness, In storm, Are heard where the light of thy face is, In thy thunders take beauty and form. Thou voicest again the wild hurtle Of gales in the snow-whitened zones, Of blasts in the pine and the myrtle, Of winds in the winter-swept cones. But, Singer, not always thou bringest Thy songs from the s...

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OUR RACE—ANGLO-SAXON UNION. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

OUR RAGE-ANGLO-SAXON UNION. The "Daily News~ publIsles the fol lowing interesting particulars regarding the feeling in America towards Eng land: The proposed Anglo-American alliance is the uppermost topic in camp at Tam pa, Queen Victoria's birthday being cele brated in a manner quite unusual in Aheria'in'Atmfiy ccleait There is no thing official about it, but the officers were present at a dinner in the after noon at the -hotel, for which an an nouncement, under crossed American and British flags, and the motto, "Blood is thicker than water," had been sent out two or. three days ago. Two British offi cers - Captain Lee of the Royal Artil lery and Sir Bryan Leighton-of the Berk shire Yeomanry - are with the troops, and their popularity is very great'- Sir Bryan was present to-night at an infor mal dinner given to the Naval officers in the port by the officers of the Ninth United States Cavalry. At the opening of the Senate in Wash ington on 24th MIay, the Chaplain, in his prayer, ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

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The West Gippsland Gazette. TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

irest 1ippslanm TUESDAY, JULY 5. 1898. A peculiar amount of THE interest, intermixed WEST GIPPSLAN-D with a considerable GAZETTE. proportion of natural curiosity, invariably attaches to the publication of a new paper, and we have certainly every reason to feel gratified at the interest exhibited by the .local public in the prospect of another journal appearing in their midst. The llest Gijaluandl Gazette comes into existence, not as a paper started in opposition to any existing journal, but in response to a prevailing demand for a representative moderate-priced weekly production that shall command popularity by virtue of meeting an expressed pulic want. That this demand exists is convincingly demonstrated by the ex ceptional measure of support already accorded to this journal. A glance at our advertising columns bears ample testimony to this assertion, and when we add that the ?it:.,tt. starts on its way with a circulation which would have given us satisfaction had it taken months t...

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THE MARKETS. Warragul. PARKES & ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

THE MARKETS. Warragul. PARKES & ROUND. Messrs Parkes & Round report having. held their weekly sale of produce and sun dries, at their Mart, William's-lano, on Thursday, 30th June. They sold as fol. lowe: llhubarb, 3 bunches for 6d, to 12 for is Onions, 181b for 1s, to 11l Apples, 2s per case Potatoes, 8s per ewt Chaff, 2, 9Od to 2s 6d per bag ,, £3 s per ton Cocksfoot grass seed, 41 per lb Butter, is 3d to is 4d per lb Cabbageplants,3d to 4d per bundle of 50 Poultry, Is 4d per pair Seed Drill, at 35s Mason jars, at 2s per dozen Furniture and sundries, at market rates.

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SPORTING REMINISCENCES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 5 July 1898

SPORTIlNG REiWNIS CENCES. DY " PEGASUS~" Jumping, in Victoria, South Aus tralia, Tasmania, and New Zealand has been the most popular kind of racing from the earliest days of their settlement ; while in New South WVales, Queensland, and West Australia it more than holds its own. What good men there were among the piolieers, both as regards pIluck and judgment. The horses and mLares they imported, while there was yet bit a mere fringe of this great southern land occupied, have still descendants which more than hold their own with the best of later importations. Spaewife, Edella, Corneila, and whizgig are yet names to conjure with; while the decendants of Peter Fin, ThePremier, Warbrook, Rory O'More, Wanderer, Jersey, etc., are still frequently found earning winning brackets. In those days such men as MIr. C. B. Fisher, so long the President of the Victoria Racing Club, sported silk over fences in South Australia, In Victoria, our veteran' Sarter, Mr. Geo. Watson, Mr. Jas. Wilson, Mr. ...

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