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BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 January 1895
BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly nfeeting of this council was held on Tuesday, and was attended by President Lacey. Crs. Currie, Murray, Petsehack. Winters, Bookless, Aikman, Hogan, and, Stewart. CORRESPONDENCE. From D. Crowe, Neerim, asking if there was any ;chance of getting a road through Cox's.' The writer was weary of the counuil's promises to send the engineer to survey such road. It seemed as if the property was named " Paradise," and belonged to a man of I influence, and that poor ratepayers had no chance. Settlers would have to leave their land if provision was not made for them, for it was as much as they could do to get 501bs of flour along their present road.-Eugincer to attend. From Bank of Australasia, forward ing title to road through Cruickshank's. -Received. From John Harris, Crossover, pro testing against the taking of a road through his land. It would spoil his garden site and deprive him of land. He enclosed letters from persons, said to be agitating...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 January 1895
Auctioneers' Notices Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 26in JAN., 1894. XTM. BAMILTON & CO. will sell by V public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owners-, 6 Fat Cows Springers Heifers Steers From Neerinm 5 Springers 3 Fat Bullocks From Morwell 6 Springers 5 Fat Cows Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. .WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120.Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, Sra FEB., 1895. WTM. HAMILTON & CO. willhold their V next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the abovedate. when they will offer Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WM. BAMILTON & CO.. Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne. LEONGATHA SALE. FORTNIGHTLY SALE. Thursday, January 17, At One p.m. Sharp. W? M. HAMILTON : CO. will hold their next Fortnightly Sale of Stock on above date in Bair's New Sale Yards, Leona gatha, in lied of M'Cartin's, when they will offer for sale the followin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 January 1895
Business Notices. : . SCHWEITZER'S. "THE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." -Warragul Shoeing Forge PALMERSTON STREET, Opposite Post-oflice, WARRAGUL." - JOHN BUTTERS - trIIST rIIIZETAKER'As HORSE-SHOER SCAIIFIEIR a5n, ARROWS MAKER Asu BUGGY BUILDER. - Shoeing 4/6, 5/6, 6/6. - Shares Laid i/6. ' Colters 2/6 Ai"KIG secured the services of Competent Wheelwright, A clas.es of Vehicles can now be Made and IRepaired on the Premises At the Lowest Possible Rates. Skins. Skins. Skins. IT IGHEST Price given for Kangaroo, 1 Wallaby, Bear, labbit, Opposum and all kinds of Native Skins; also, Be-swax, Horsehair, Sheepskins, &c. Cash on Delivery. No Commission or other Charges. JNO.W.i MCA.T THEWS, 520 & 522 Lonsdale-street, West Melbourne. THE NATIONAL TRUSTEES, EXE CUTORS and AGENCY COMPIANY of AUSTRALASIA, LIMITED, Capital Subscribed, £1530.000; Paid up '30,000 ; Reserve Fund, £2:;.100. Dtlh:crons: lion. N. Fitzgerald. 1M.L.C., chainruan; lion. Walter Madden, 3I.L.A., W. Cain. Esq. J.'P.;...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, JANUARY 15TH, 1895. OUR DOINGS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 15 January 1895
WITH WHICI IS 1.CORPORATED re flt izrrirgnI 6bnirbiar WiT WHICH is IoconerosATCn re to TUESDAY, JANUARY 15Tlu, 1895. a ti OUR DOINGS TO DATE. &nbsp; Articles on the Tarago Creamery and &nbsp; The Biggest Blackfish " will appear in &nbsp; our next issue. &nbsp; The date for receiving tenders for leas ing the Northern Lead Gold Mine, on c tribute, has been extended from the 12th to the 17th inst. - The Warragul branch of the Independ ent order of iichabines advertise a public e meeting im the Masonic Hall on Wednes- u day evening, in connection with the Sub-district quarterly meeting. The chair will be taken by President s Anderson. The annual entertainment in aid of the t funds of the Bloomfield Mechanics' Insti bute, was held "on Friday evening last. There wras an exceptionally good pro. c gramme, some of the artistes being new to a Bloomfield audience. The attend- ' ance was large and qIppreciative. and a most enjoyable evening was spent. Mr. John Do...
FROM THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
FROM THE GAZETTE. Applicatidn for Licence Approved: 20a, Mary A. M1apleson, Neerim. Application for Lease Approved 50a, T. Smith, Allambee East. Application foi Grant Approved 62a, S. Bland Darnum. Permit to occupy : 10a, Geo. Pearce, tarragon; 10a 3r 37p, C. J. Taylor, Drosin West, Licences and Leases revoked or de clared void: 130a, H. E. Walner, Neerim; 108a, T. Walsh, Allambee; 184a, J. O'Leary, Neerim East; 200a, IFran 4Alade1Porff, Darnum,
THE TARAGO CREAMERY [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
THE TARAGO CREA1ERY This creamery, situate between the Tarago River and Growstono. Creek on the Jindivick-road, has been steadily kept going and is now in its fourth season. Originally started by local enterprise, it has been for the lasttwoscasous in the hands of the Victorian Creamery and Butter Company, with fairly satisfactory results to both codipany and suppliers. The race paid for milk is 2. per gallon, or at the rate of 7 d per lb for butter, according to test. The tests appeared to be rather low, the highest only reaching 8'G, and therefore no supplier gets 2}d per gallon for his milk. The manager informs us that the tests are usually low this time of the year in Gippsland. At the time of our visit rather more than 500 gallons of milk were being put through a day, the largest suppliers being Messrs. Skipper, Notman Bros., H Mason and J. Keating, closely followed by Messrs. Lansloy, Lockwood Bros. and others, there being 14 suppliers in all. Mr. Clements has been manager alm...
THE WARRAGUL RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
THE WARRAGUL RACE CLUB. -4- The adjourned meeting of the gentle men interested in the formation of a race course at Warragul, was held on Wed nesday evening, at Kennedy's Hotel, when Mr. J. Gray occupied the chair. The secretary reported that the com mittee had held a special meeting after going over the proposed course on the show ground and adioining recreation reserve, at which meeting it was decided to accept Mr. Geddes' offer to prepare section levels of the proposed course for the sum of £1 1s. A letter was read from Mr. Withrington C.E., suggesting that a temporary course be prepared, to be subsequently improved He estimated that a track could be cleared and tussocks cut for the sum of £30, a couple of log crossings over Hazel creek for £10, and the necessary earth work for £20, or a total of £60. This sum he thought would be sufficient for the present. The Chairman thought that the best course would be to have the levels sup plied by Mr. Geddes, then to have specifi cations ...
THE BIGGEST BLACKFISH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
THE. BIGGCCEST BLACKFISH. [BY JDRZ.] -0 Some time since the close season expired news was brought into a certain Gippsland township than an eflicient and popular member of the police force had hooked up from a shallow muddy stream a giant black fish said to weigh from seven to nine pounds. This weight may, or may not, be correct, but the narrative I am about to relate was an actual occurrence. Shortly after the last big flood in the Yarra, I conceived the idea that plenty of monster blackfish must be washed down from their hiding places in the distant sources of the river and could easily be captured with proper bait a few miles back from where the said river joins the salt waters of IIobson's Bay. I first borrowed Charley Round's. bait catcher, and having bribed two Warragul urchins with as many "thrummers," sent them to collect yabbies in the swampy land adjoining Stead's cottages. When they had collected a liberalsupply I made off to the city, and started operations on the south ...
BRANDY CREEK COURT. A PUBLICAN FINED. £10 AND £4 14S 8D COSTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
BRANDY CREEK COURT. A PUBLICAN FINED. -0 £10 AND £4 14s 8Do COSTS. At the Brandy Creek Court yesterday, before Mr. C. A. C. Cresswell, P.M., and afessrs. A. E. English and iR. Armstrong, J.sP. Henry Boyce, licensee of the Commercial Hotel, Brandy Creek, was proceeded against by D. Ferguson, Chief Inspector of Distilleries and Excise, "for selling to the prejudice of the purhebaser, George William May, an inspectorof liquor, a certain article of food, to wit brandy, which was not of the nature, substance and quality demanded by the said purchaser, contrary to. the provisions of part 4 of the Health Act, 1809." The defendant pleaded guilty, but urged he was not aware the brandy was so much under proof. Four previous convictions were proved against him of a somewhat similar character. The P.M. strongly commented on his conduct, and a finue of £10, with £4 14s 8d costs, was inflicted. DEBT. A complainant named Rowe, of Bairns dale, sought to recover from a defendant, nained Hamnilton, s...
FATALITY AT SEA. A GIPPSLAND WOMEN DROWNE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
FATALITY AT SEA. A GIPPSLAND WOMEN DROWNL Miss Grace Hoyt, aged 10 years, dress maker, residing in lairnsd who was a passenger by- the Coog from Melbourne this week fell ew board during the run to Launceste and was drowned. She was acco panied on the trip by a Miss Flannag who states that the deceased was Te sea sick, and persisted in leaning oV the bulwarks of the steamer. EvL tually she stood on the bulwark sea and in a paroxysm of nansea was se to fall over by Mr. Arthur Garner. Tl steamer was hove to at once andi life bouy thrown overboard, but sign of the unfortunate girl could bi seen. The deceased's mother reside in Surry road South Yarra.
ACCIDENT AT THE WARRAGUL FACTORY. A MARVELLOUS ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
ACCIDENT AT THE WARRAGUL FACTORY. f A MARVELLOUS ESCAPE. --o Ohe of the employees at the Warrra gul Butter Factory had a marvellous escape from serious injury, and perhaps death, yesterday morning. It appears the man was in tile act of putting on a bolt to drive the D)e Laval separator, and being without coat or vest at the time, his shirt was hanging somewhat loosely above the belt, and ere lie was aware the last-named garment caught on the set-crew in the driving pulley. With Irresistible force the man was drawn towards the shaft and despite the frantic struggles to free himself from his perilous position lie was actually whirled twice round and within a couple of feet of the coiling, Happily his clothing gave way, being all tonol to shreds, audhe was hurled some distance minus nearly all his clothing and escaped with but a few scratches and a good shaking,
TURF AND FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
TURF AND FIELD. The return cricket match, " gul v. Jindivick will be come on Saturday, at the Warragul 1 ground. Owing to the departu the Hon. Secretary and Captain F. Brewer), it will be necessary for members to elect successors to fill positions. The election will take p prior to the commencement of match, so it is necessary for a attendance of players. Play to at 3 o'clock sharp. A meeting of the committee of Dronin Racing Club was held Monday evening at Leith's hotel, president being in the chair. Authe was given to pay all the stakes other expenses attached to--tfhe Year's Day races, with the excep of second money in the District H cap. The owner of Valet, who fini seconad in that event, is to be requeo to supply certain particulars prior the money being paid over. M'Laren has made 442 runs fore side in eleven a-side matches 1 Australia, but his 228 against Vict accounts for more than half to th His average for these matches 40-18. Brown comes out with an aver of 42.27 for twel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
FOR LASSITUDE, TORPIDITY,;. SOUR STOMACH. INDIGESTION, HEADACHE, BACKACHE, &c., Take a couple of Flietcher's Pills every second night; they are a prompt and sure care and give certain relief. FLETCHER'S PILLS are a quick sure and reliable remedy for all com plaints arising from torpid liver, indi gestion, weak stomach, and impuri ties of the blood. They are prepared on rational and sensible lines and do not contain a particle of calomel, gamboge. or any drastic purgative, but operate by perfectly natural means, by stimulating the liver and increasing the flow of bile and thus producing easy evacuations and natural catharses without the annoyance and pain of griping and purging. Beware of the many harmful sub stitHtes on sale in many shops. None are genuine unless they bear the signature of F. Moore Clements on the outside wrapper. CLFMENTS TONIC and 1 LETCIIER'S PILLS have become such household words that imitations are frequently oflered. We contend that this imitation is t...
SOUTH WARRAGUL TRIBUTE COMPANY. THE MANAGER SUES FOR HIS WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
SOUTH WARRAGUL TRIBUTE COMPANY. THE MANAGER SUES FOR HIS WAGES. .. --- e0_. The career of theSouth Warragul Tribute Gold Mining Coy. has already been of a somewhat chequered character, and it' appears likely that fuirther trouble will be experienced in the future. An indication in this direction was given in the local police court on Tuesday, when the manager of the mine, sued the company for wages due. Mr. Farlow appeared for com plainant, and Mr. Gray on behalf of the company. Mr. Gray, at the outset, said he appeared to object to the service of the summons at the present time. The document he held in his hand, and which was served on the company for a summons, was unsigned, undated, and had no stamp or copy of a stamp upon it. It was an informal document in every respect, and his3 clients had not put in an appearance in conse quence of the service not having been properly effected. He wouldnothave taken the objection did the directors not feel that complainant was trying fo force...
SNAKE BITE CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
SNAKE BITE CURE. A correspondent who is interested in the chloride of lime cure for snake-bite has inquired for simple instruc tions as to the proper proportion of the chlorde of lime to use. Dr. Gress well, the chairman of the Board of Public Health, points out that the quantity which has been prescribed is simply one-twelfth part of the water mixed with it. Thus, if a spoonful of the powder is used, 12 spoonfuls of water should be added. He is of opinion, however, that it would be safer for laymen to use one measure of the powder to 100 or 120 meaesres of water. He is inclined to think that it matters little what class of bottle is utilised for holding the mixture, but possibly it would be as well to be of a dark color. A splendid sample of hemp grown at the Snowy River, East Gippsland, has been handed by Ir. Foster, M.L.A., to the secretary for Agriculture. It is 14ft in height. and it is stated that hemp can be grown to advantage on the rich alluvial flats near Orbost. There is ...
A PEST BECOMES A BLESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
A PEST BECOMES A BLESSING. Messrs. Oetzes and Gerritsen ast Chate and Harris, London dealers i colonial produce, state with respect t the report of Mr. Lett, curator of tl New South Wales section of thl Imperial Institute, with respect to ti shipment of 1000 New South Wal rabbits, consignoe to Chate and Harris in the Oroya, that if exporters are will ing to accept Od per rabbit they willb certain to secure an enormous sale England, especially among the po classes,
STARED AT BY THE DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
STARED AT BY THE DEAD. -4-- Early one morning the guards on the elevated road in New York noticed a middle aged man apparently kneeling beside an open widow. Although it was a raw and cold morning, his head was uncovered. His eyes seemed to be startling intently across the street. All day long, as the trains thundered past, the man seemed still to be watch ing, and even when night came on a glimpse of a white face could be seen staring out into the darkness. The next morning the guards were all on the lookout, and still the man could be seen with his chin resting on the back of his hand. Coroner Donlin, who chlanced to be looking out of the car window during the day, saw at once that it was no common face that glared at'him. 'He left the train, went to the'house, and there found kneeling by the window the stiffened corpse of a man. For two days he had kept the vigil of the dead. Awaking in the hight, alone and oppressed, he had struggled to the window, and, gasping for breath. died....
ALL SORTS [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
.f: ALL SORTS The taxed costs of the appeal Privy Council i: the Beaney a amount to £858 9s lid. The odd makes a lot of difference. A number of young men werea before the Court at Echuea for ducks out of season. A fine of 10, was imposed, the Bench desiriao, lenient. Shareholders of the Bank of Zealand are still kicking vi againsa the call of £3 6s 8d madah directors notwithstanding that have declared it perfectly legal. The principal witness against Annie Angus, alleged to have r stolen tobacco, is her sister, a named Sarah Clowlow. Varied news in the old country ao value of the anti-texin reacled diphtheria. One party strongly mends it; the other has serious believing that the treatment mighti injurious effects. A barmaid has had a man nrrestr a charge of entering liher room s lodgings, Middle Park, dragging he of bed and kicking her repeatedly the body. A Fitzroy tobacconist through a ing that be was selling a cheap Ssmuggled " cigars, has placed in an awkward dilemiua with Custo...
THE KITCHEN GARDEN. CALENDAR OF OPERATIONS FOR JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
THE KITCHER- GARDEN. CALENDAR OF OPEBATIONS FOR JANUARY. ?'' [By Thomas Lang and Co., nursery men and seedsmen, 485, Bourke-st., Melbourne, who supply all garden and farm requisites.] Cauliflower plants are frequently a failure from putting plants. tooclose' together, in poor soil and at the wrong season. Plants should be putolUit now and subsequent months, allowing two feet between the rows and the plants. Plants can be safely sent by post where they can be obtained 24 hours after posting. 100 plants costing, with postage, Is 9d. Beans, French.-Sow seeds in the rows every 8 inches, 2 inches deep, rows 2 feet 6 inches apart and thin out to 6 inches. In ground that cakes cover the seed with theround droppings of a horse, or, if not available, watch the young plants and loosen ths ground to enable them to come through and not get broken off at the neck. Slugs and snails are, a great pest eating the young plants off in a night. Tobacco dust sprinkled along the rows is certain death to ...
A SECOND CHARGE. THREE MONTHS IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895
A SECOND CHARGE. ---0--- TH HR MONTHS IMPRISON MENT. The accused was then charged with feloniouqly stealing the sum of £2, be longing to Martin Moran, farmer, MoDonald's Track, on January the 5th. Sergeant Hillard prosecuted and called Martin Moran, who said that on Saturday, 5th inst., he went out early in the morning and returned. to the house between 0 and 10 a-m., when he found that a purse containing a note and a sovereign which he had placed under the pillow of his bed, had been stolen Accused was at one time in witness's employ. James Patterson said he and a young man named Dunn, acccmpanied accused to. within half-a-mile of Moran's house on the morning of the 5th inst- Ho said Moran owed him £4 lOs and that he was going to get his swag and his wages. On return ing he shewed them a pound note, a sovereign and half-a-crown. Henry' Dunn corroborated the evidence of the last witness, Detective Ward said accused admitted that Moran was indebted to him, that he could get no money ...