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CHANGES OF THE MOON. NEW MOON. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
CHANGES OF THE MOON. NEW MOON. Month. Day of Month. Time. July... ...Tuesday ... 19 5.47 a.m. August ... Wednesday 17 8.35 p.m. September ... Friday.. ... 1610.10 a.m.: October . Saturday ... 1510.37 p.m: November ...3 onday ... 14 0.21' a.m. December ... Tuesday ... 13 9.43 p.m. FULL MOON.: Month. Day of Month. Time. .Tuly... ... Monday ... 4 7.1 a.m. August ... Tuesday ... 2' 2.2 p.m. August ;.. Wednesday 3110.51 p.m. September s.. Friday ... 3? 9.11 a.m. October ... Saturday ;.. 29,10.18 p.m. November ... Monday ... 28: 2.39 -p.m. December ... Wednesday 28 9.39 a.m
How to Remedy Damp Walls. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
flow to RLmedy Damp VWalls. The process consists in 'using; two washes for covering the walls. The pro Iportions are three-quarters of a pound of castile soap to a gallon ofwater and half a pound of alum to 4 gallons of water. The temperature of the air should be not above 25 degrees F. when the compositions are applied. The soap wash should be laid on boil ing hot with a flat brush, taking care to form a froth on the ?brickwork. This wash should remain 24 hours. The alum wash. is applied in the same manner. The temperature of this wash when ap plied may be 60 or 70 degrees, and this also should remain 24 hours before a second coat of soap wash is put on. Thase coats are to be put on alternately until the walls are made impervious to water.
INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
INTEItCOLONIAL. Letters - Every half-ounce or under ... ... ... 0 0 2 Nowspapers, lOoz. or under ... 0 0 :' Post Cards ... ... ... 0 0 1 Packets-Counnercial and print ed papers, every 2nz. ...O 0 1 Patterns and samples, every 2oz. 0 0 1 Parcels, Ilb. or under ... 0 0 $ Each extra; lb. or under, up to 111b. ... O 0 0 ;
POSTAL INFORMATION. Rates of Postage. VICTORIAN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
POSTAL INFORMATION. Rates of Postage. VICTORIAN. Letters-Every ounce or mider 0 0 I Letters marked "Urgent" (which will be delivered in the same manner as a telegram would be, if there is either letter or telegraph messenger at the place to which they are ad dressed), in addition to postage 0 0 6 Newspapers, each ... ... 0 0 Post Cards, each ... ... 0 0 1 Packets-Commercial and print. ed papers, up to 41b., for every 2oz. or under ... ... 0 0 1 Packets-Patterns and samples, &c., up to 11b., for every 2oz. or under ... ... ... 0 0 1 Bopoks, up to 5lb, for every 4oz. or under ... ... ... 0 0 1 Parcels, 21b. or under ... 0 0 ¶e Each extra lb. or under ... 0 0
HENRY HANSEN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
HENRY HANSEN. Henry Hansen reports having held his fortnightly market at his Warragul yards on Thursday, the 4th inst. There was a large attendance of buyers and a fair amount of stock yarded. Pigs-Suckers, Os; porkers, 16s to 27s; baconers, 85s to 45s; breeding sow, 36s. Cattle-74 yarded. A short supply of fats forward. Fat cows, to £5; ayrshire heifers, 3 yrs old, at 58s; a line of Ayr shire heifers, 2 yrs old bred by Mr. C. N. Smyth, of 13loomfield, sold at 65s; yearl ing ayrshires 48s ; poddies 10s 6d. Horses.-A draught mare, on account of Mr. Cornish, sold at £16 16s.
Melbourne. FAT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
Melbourne. FAT CATTLE. 1600 yarded. Although biddings were brisk throughout, especially for useful quality to prime, yet during the day prices frequently fluctuated from about last week's rates to an advance of 10s per head. The improvement in extra prime and heavy weights, however, was very marked, and for such prices ranged from 10s to fully 20s per head higher. Quo tations:--Prime pens of bnllocks, from £13 to £15 ; extra do do, from £15 17s 6d to £16 10s; good do do, from £10 to £12; medium and light do do, from £8 15s to £9 10s; inferior, from £6; prime pens of cows, from £10 10s to £10 12s 6d; odd beasts, to £12 10s; good pens of cows, from £6 15s to £8; middling and. inferior, from £4.
FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
FAT SHEEP. 15,000 yarded. The supply proved well within the immediate requirements of the trade, all qualities being equally represented with the exception of extra prime merinoes, which were scarce. Prime crossbred wethers, from 17s 9d to 19s Gd ; extra do. do., from 20s to 22s; good do. do., from 15s 9d to 17s; mid Ulling do. do., from 12s; best crossbred ewes, from 16s to 17s 6d; extra do. do., from 18s 6d to 20s; good do. do., from 14s to 15s 6d; middling do. do., from 11s; best merino wethers, from 16s to 17s 6d; good do. do., from 13s 6d to 15s; mid tdling do. do., from 9s 6d; prime merino ewes, from 11s 6d to 12s 6s; extra do do., at 14s: other do. do., from Ss.
PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
PIGS. Messrs. M1'Phail Bros. and Co. report: :bout 1050 pigs yarded. Suckers: None forward. Slips made from 16s to 22s. (Jood strong stores, to 28s. Pork: Light yarding, and mostly of good quality. Light weight pens made from 28s to 35s; heavy to 44s. Bacon: We sold pens at the following prices, viz.; 52s 6d, 54s, 57s, 58s, 64s Gd, and several smaller lots from 45s to 50s. Back Fatters: Fair utimber forward, and were in good demand up to ~5 10s.
WHOLESALE POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
W"HOLESALE POTATO. Messrs Glassford. Cook and Co. Lim ited, produce merchants, 452 Flinders street, report:-During the past week we have very little alteration to report, the market remaining fairly finn. We quote to-day for best samples Ballarat, Trent ham, and Lancefield, to £8 10s; inferior plentiful, at £7. Onions: Prime samples nre scarce, and worth £10; inferior, to 1 8 10s.
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Butter.-Dairy supplies continue to increase, and the trade expect that rates will gradually case down to export values. Prices were :-Victorian factory, fresh, good to prime, is id to Is 2d; specials a fraction higher; medium, from Is to is Id. Dairy, good to prime, is to Is d ; a few special cream lots reaching is 1.id; mixed, from 9d to lld; inferior, from 8d. Eggs.-There was a fair supply, which sold at from is id to is l~d a few lots reaching Is 2d. Cheese.-The short supply caused keen competition, prime selling at from 7-d to 8d, the latter for choice lots: medium from 6. to 7td. Bacon.--High prices still rule, and the market was active. Town cured sides sold at from 74d; light weight, from 7d; heavy, 6d to 6d ; shoulders, 5d to 5:d. Hams.-Jackets, 7'd to 9d: loose, from 7d to 8d. Lard.-Best bladders, from 6d to 7d; bulk, from 5d to 6}d. Carcase Pork.-Light weights realised from 51 to 54d; heavy, from 4id to 5d, according to quality and dressing. Veal, l...
GRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
GRAIN. Wheat.-A inoderate business has been dlone in wheat. Flour.-Local quotations for roller flour range from £9 to £9 10s. Bran and Pollard.-There is a steady demand for bran at 8Ad to 8i;d. Pollard is quoted at up to 9d. Barley.--A moderate business has been done in weevily and inferior barley at 2s Ud to 3s 3d; good mialting3s 4-td for thin, and is 9d for inferior English. Oats.-The market for oats has been rather quiet. Algerian milling are quo ted at is 7ldto is 0:d, and business has been done at the latter price. Medium to good feed are quoted at is 6d to Is 7.d and ordinary feed have been sold at is 5d. Stout white oats are quiet at 2s 31d for prime, and 2s 2d to 2s 3d for fair to good. M- aize.-Sales of flat red maize are reported at 2s 21d to 2s $ d. White maize is worth 2s 3d. Peas.-Quotations are nominal at 3s for machine threshed and up to 4s for hluld threshed. Chaff.-The chaff market is firm, fair to good oaten being quoted at £2 7s 6d to .£2 10s, prime oaten at up t...
MISCELLANEOUS. HOW TO TEMPER STEEL. All Parts Must Be Heated and The[?] Cooled Simultaneously. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
MISCELLANEOUS. HOW TO TEMPER STEEL All Party Mlnst Be Heated antd Then Cool ed Slmultstneously. To harden a long, thin piece of steel, such as a small French clock pinion, without getting it out of shape is a very difficult and hazardous operation, but may lo done. The first necessity, if an open fire is used, is to have a uni form heat, though it is preferable to heat the steel in a brass tube filled with charcoal. The tube must have the per foration not much larger than the object to be hardened and must be of consider able solidity, as the charcoal without a good body of metal would be a poor con ductor of heat. The fluid to be used in the process of hardening should be lin seed, cottonseed, or, best of all, castor oil mixed with kerosene in proportion of one-half each. It has been observed that small steel objects spring more in hard ening by hcing plunged into a thin quickly cooling Iluid, such as water, eta By the use of castor oil we have a thick, slow cooling fluid, while th...
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
HERE AND THERE. The great election fight in Sydney is over, and in taking a retrospective look at the doings of the past couple of weeks I am constrained to admit that life is made up of small things There is a spicy flavor about some of the incidents connected with the election addresses which. deserve a place in history. Fancy the grotesque figure of the portly George Houston Reid, "standing with his face and waistcoat smothered in flour," I wonder if the ubiquitous "phiz" taker happened to be present, and if he secur ed a snapshot of this wondrous .sight. According to accounts George must have been indeed a "white man" at the close of the-to him-memorable meeting ear ly in the week. Eggs are delicacies to which ,I confess a weakness but would rather, as I am certain nmost people would, not have them literally "chuck ed" at me, more particularly if I hap pened:to have just donned a spotlessly white shirt, which my esteemed laun dress had taken infinite pains to polish. I don't pre...
ROUND THE WORLD ON THE BICYCLE. A GREAT [?] BY THREE [?]SHMEN. IXXXVI. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
.ROUND 'THE WORLD OH THE BICGCLE. A GOFEA'r ?.eUR BY THREE EdNQGtSHIMENt. LXXXVI. :-IAKATA (Island of iKyushu), Japan. S'e were in a country (Japan) which we had looked forward to cycling in ever since leaving London. We felt the fascin ation of this far-eastern land steal over ris. There was a. fairy-book quaintness about the people. The villages were like little pictures out of an artist's book. -And the cycling, how exhilarating scudding like' the very wind-how mag nicent! WVe were in the wheelman's paradise. Our first evening we ran into a town Scalled Takeo. There was a dapper little person, like, a Parisian gendarme, in - tight jacket, tight trousers, a jaunty cap, with a number of brass buttons about him, and a lung sword dangling at his side. We spoke to him. That is, we said one of the two Japanese words we then knew, "'yadoya," which means inn. and then we pointed to our mouths and s- aid the second word we knew, i"tabe mona," which means food. He bowed atiflly and offic!a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
Auctioneers' Notices. HENRY HANSEN, AU C T TI 0 N E E It, Stock, Station, and Insurance Agent. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. VALUATIONS MADE. Agent for Wm. HAMILTON & Co., MASSEY-HARRIS & Co., AND Orient Line of Royal Mail ' Steamers. London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company. Creamtini 1CeparI'atorI , Supplied on Liberal Terms. - FIRE S. Insure your Properties against FIRE with HENRY HANSEN. Ten per cent. discount allowed. Clearing Sales Conducted. Horse and Cattle Sales Held As UNuDea: Warragul Fortnightly Market. WARRAGUL SALE YARDS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1898. Two o'Clock Sharp. -H ENRY HANSEN will offer for Sale I by Public Auction 30 Yearlings 25 Steers and Heifers, 11yrs-old 10 Steers, 3-yrs-old 10 Springers 13 Porkors H. HANSEN-, Auctioneer, Warragul and Drouin. Drouin Weekly Market. TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1898. At 12.30 Sharp. TTENRY HANSEN will offer for sale IL by public auction, at Main-street, Drouin, A Supply of Fresh Vegetables every Tuesday. Horses, Cattle, She...
CARLOTTA, A CUBAN GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
CARLOTTA, A GUBAN GIRL. By Elizabeth Hartnan. Tile sun bltizetl down pitilessly on the glaring sea and on the sandy beach. The palms whic-h towered high above the Senorita Carlotta Delgado's white cottage looked dried by the lhet, but within the cottage there was an almost mysterious coolness, so strikingly in contrast was it. with the outside air. Thie Shutters were closed; a bowl of roses on a polished table in the drawing room breathed forth aL delicate, refresh ing fragranece. Seated near the table, in a high lacked. elablorately carved chair, was tile Senorita Carlotta. She was small, but her slight figure was erect, the poise of her head so perfect, that she looked a proud young queen. HIer black eyes stared fixedly s: raight before that they might not see the Spanish officer, Captain de Seguera. who stood at the other side of the table.. "Your little home Is as cool as a grot to," said the captain. "It seems like a heaven here." "Not to me," said Carlotta, with a meaning glan...
The West Gippsland Gazette. WARRAGUL, AUGUST 9, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
iGlest (ippstanS WARRAGUL, AUGUST 9, 1898. A very interesting article, in which our travelling reporter gives some instructive details about a successful fruit growing venture at Buln Buln ; also an important decision of interest to local sporting men, and a description of Mr Longstaff's bush fire picture, will be found on page 1. A Sea View perjury case will be heard at the Warragul Police Court this morning. The services at St. Paul's Church, Warragul, on Sunday next will be con ducted by the newly-appointed incumbent the lcv. R. Buchanan, who will be in ducted to the living on the following Friday, hy the Ven. Archdeacon Arm strong-See a;dvt. Messrs. Skews and Patterson have arranged to hold nmosmtly cattle sales at Moe, in yards at the rear of Larkin's Hotel, the first to take place on Tuesday, August 30th. The preliminary annual meeting of members of the Warragul Agricultural Society is advertised for Thursd:ay next and th(e :mnual meeting on the 23t11 inst. For particulars of ...
THE PRESIDENT'S DINNER. LARGE AND REPRESENTATIVE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
THE PRESIDENT'S DINNER. LARGE AND REPRESENTATIVE GATHERING. The dinner at which the President of the Warragul Shire-Councillor J. L. Parkes - entertained his fellow councillors shire officials, and many other representative and leading men of the town and surrounding districts, at the Orient Hotel on Wednesday evening last, was one of the largest and most representative of the kind that has assembled in Warragul since it ceased to constitute a portion of the Buln Buln municipality. The occa sion was the revival of a custom that has in recent years fallen into abey ance and under which the President of the Shire invited his confreres and prominent public men to celebrate his accession to the Presidential Chair in the manner customary to the Brit isher in all parts of the world. The non-observance of this hospitable practice during the past few years is partially due to the ruthless way in which the President's allowance has been curtailed and partially to the private economy that has...
THE RAINBOW FEATHER; OR A TERRIBLE PROPHECY. CHAPTER XIV.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898
THE RAINBOW FEATHER; OFI A TERRIBLE PROPHECY. EY FERGUS tHUME, 'Author of "The Mystery of a Hansom Cab," Ets., Etc. CHAPTER =IV.-(Continued). He hurried away,- and Paul stood looking after him, wondering hoew the discovery of a dyed feather could affect the case. Had some bloodthirsty per son come down from London especially to murder Milly, and had the rainbow feather been left as the sign manual of the work, after the fashion of a secret society? Paul smiled at the fantasy of the idea. HIlly did:not know anyone in London--or, rather, had not known, since the poor girl must now be spoken of in the past tense-and- the fame of her beauty could not have spread be yond the environs of ,arnstead and Marborough. The tragedy of her death had given her a fame much wider. .After meditation Paul found himself unable to explain Herne's conversation; and for the time being he put the mat ter of the squire's departure to London out of his mind. His attention was fur ther distracted by the appro...