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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

Public Notices. A. HANCOCK, BOOT & SHOE AT(-WREHOUSE, QUIEEN ST., WAARRAGUL. Special Notice. A.H. keeps the Best and Largest Stock of BOOTS and SHOES in Warragul. A. H. has been in business here for nearly seven years, and knows exactly the class of Boots 'to suit the district. The business has gradually grown larger, '<whichl goes to PROVE that the customers ;a?? re satisfied. You can get Boots and Shoes at all prices, cheap and good. REPAIRS DONE on the PREMISES. BooTs & SHOES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER. Now, Come Along to the Shop and See for Yourselves. - Note. the Address: b. xiRCO~cK, QUEEN STIIEET, .W.ARRAGUL. Luncheon Roomns, VICTORIA: ST., WARRAGUL. MRS. TOYE, Proprietress. LUNCEmON PROVIDED DAILY, And Other Meals at the Shortest Notice. CUSTOMERS Attended to Personally, and every effort made to ensure their comfort and satisfaction. PROMPTITUDE, CIVILITY, AND ATTENTION AT LUNCHEON ROOMS, VICTORIA ST., WARRAGUL. WARRAGUL PHARMACY, QUEEN ST...

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CRUMBS FROM THE PRESIDENT'S TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

CRUMBS FROM THE PRESI DENT'S TABLE. At President Parkes' dinner on Wednesday night some very complimentary remarks were nuide about Mr. Arthur Rice, who is shortly leaving Warragul to start practice as a solicitor at Omeo. Councillor Butler spoke of him in the most eulogistic terms, and Messrs. Gray and Friend (with whom he served his articles) gave him an excellent character, and wished him every success. It is a somewhat singular coincidence that the distinction won by Mr. Friend in carrying off the highest honors of the year at the time he passed his' final examination was also conferred upon Mr. Rice, who, however, reaped the additional advantage of securing the Supreme Court prize of £50, which was not "on offer" at the time Mr. Friend swept all before him. " I am sorry President Parkes is leaving the Council, because he has shown himself a man who has the courage of his opinions and who has been ready to uphold them, when neces sary, by fighting his fellow-councillors, the who...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

USEFUL HINTS. STANDARD FACTS IN COOKING. All dry materials should be sifted be fore measuring. 'A cup holding just half a pint is the standard measuring cup. A cupful is all the cup will hold with out running over-full to the brim. A scant cup is within a fourth of an inch of the top. A tablespoonful of flour, sugar or but ter is a rounded tablespoonful. A teaspoonful of flour, sugar or butter is a. rounded teaspoonful. A teaspoonful of salt, pepper and spice is a level teaspoonful. A heaped spoonful is all the spoon will hold. ,Half a spoonful Is measured by divid ing through the middle lengthwise. A "speck" is what you can take on the tip of a penknife. To Mlake Pure Camphorated Oil.-Get two-pennyworth of sweet oil and a piece of. camphor the size of a walnut. Put them in a bottle or jar, and stand on the 'hob till dissolved. Keep corked tight till wanted. To remove black grease from clothing use cold water an't soap.Hot water sets the stain. A wet toiel pinned over a stiff broom ...

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SPANISH WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

SPAHISH WOMEN. A grea-- t deal has been written about Spanish men, but I think one may flndI a truer key to Spanish character by tak ing a glimpse of the misery of the Span ish women. I doubt if the Spanish wo man is any better oft than the Turkish woman. It appears from an official documentc which came my way the other day that but 2,626,015 Spanish women can read or write. This fraction is almost as big as the male ar-my that knows its own lan guage. It is pitiful showing, but it is only the beginning of the table of female w?retchedness. The municipalities list 51.94G professional beggars who wear petticoats. Then there are 828,5"1 wo. men who earn their l!ving by working In the farm fields. There are 319,596 women rated as day servants, who get but lit. tie more than board and shelter for the'r work, and in all the dying dynasty thereo are but 719,000 girls in the schools of any kind, public or private. There are twice as many female mendicants as male. The census shows that 6.7...

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A FAMILY MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

A FAMILY MATTER. "Dear Old Boy,-If you have no other 'engagement, keep to-morrow open for Ihe. I have great news. Benedict is caught at Last. Prepare your congra tulttions; I think you will be ple-ased. -.our affectionate brother. RIALPH2I Dick Grainger dropped the letter -With something between a laugh and a sigh. "Alas, poor Benedict! I think I Ican guess who it is whom I :im to. take, to my bosons as my sister-in-law elect! WVell, there are other ideals than Alice J1itchle. Still, Ralph might have gone farther and fared a deal worse, for she certainly cares for him, and that counts -for Something." t Dick Grainger leant back in his chair .and'- puffed contnemplatively with his -cigar. When a man is in love it is incomprehensible to him that any other uman in his senses can be possessed by another ideal of feminine perfection tlhum the one established in his own mind; and yet the two brothers were •so utterly rdiflerent in all their ways and tastes that it would have been -Stral~g...

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THE AMERICAN QUESTION. ONE OF COLOR. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

THE AMERICAN QUESTION. ONE OF COLOR. In the course of a chat with Mr O. M1. M'Adoo, of the Original Jubilee (colored) Singers, at present in Mel bourne, much interesting inforuta tion may lie gathered as to the position the colored race oe cuples in the United States , of America. Mr M'Adoo himself is; a mulatto, but is evidently a person of education and retinement, and lihe speaks from an intimate knowledge of the surroundings of his race in the States, and especially in the Southern States. They are, of course, either emanicipated slaves, or the descendants of slaves, and in these Southern States they live in the midst of a white com munity, largely composed of families whlo were formerly slave holders, and other whites who have imbued the Southerners' prejudices against all in whose veins even a suspicion of African blood runs. In the North, the conditions are not so irksome, but even there the colored man labors under many disabilities. BLACKS HAVE INCREASED. As Mr M'Adoo remin...

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THE WIDE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

THE WIDE WO RLU. .Mr William Doherty, an Americaun ornithologist and entomologist of repu tation, has just returned to this coun try from the Philippine Islands, via Hong Kong and San Francisco. His latest distinction was in successfully pa:ssing the Spanish customs officers at -Manila with-the complete plans of the city. the harbor, fortificatious, and minute details of the armament. It was a dangerous proceeding, but Mr Doherty carried it out successfully. The plans andl rawings were concetied in a newly lhundried shirt, which was fold ed, pinned and banded in the usual style :and put with other clothing in his trunk. lie arrived in Hong Kong early in April an d at once delivered these most inlportant papers to Commodore Dewey en the Olympia. The following story is told ot' Wendell Phillips, the American orator:--Sveral clergymen boarded a street car in Bos toll one day. and one of them, hearing ihai Wendell I'hlllips was on the car, got up and asked the conductor to point hint Ou...

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ABOVE EVERY NAME. SERMON BY REV. GERSOM GREENHOUGH, M.A. (Condensed.) [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

ABOVE EVERY NAME. SERMON. 1Y RELV. GEItSO.M GREI"EN HIOUGlf, M.A. (Condensed.) "Wherefore God also hath highly exalted trim and given ifim a name which is above every name: that at the name of Jesus every knee shall bow."-Phil. It., 9.10. (Concluded from Last Week.) I TIE ONLY POSSIIILITY OF UNION. Now, in this adorable Name, lifted above every name, mark that there is one binding force in the midst of the divided" nations and peoples. It is slowly bringing the nations together, but I cannot dwell upon it. Especially, it's the one and only possibilty of union and united labor in the Church of Christ: Names are mighty, both in dividing men and in uniting them, but far mightier'than uniting there,wclding them into one man, making their hearts throb together as the heart of one. An army is consolidated by a nalne, and multitudes clasp hands in lnotlhirrhood under the magic of a name. Differences and disputes, class distinctions and envies, moral and intellectual barriers, are swept asi...

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KING OF THE GIPSIES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

KING OF THE GIPSIES. An extraordinary gipsy ceremony took place at Kirk Yetholm last month name ,y, the coronation of Prince Charles Faa as successor to Esther Faa Blyth, as king of the Scottish gipsies. The cere monial comnienced with Psalm 100, prayer, National Anthem, speeches, and "Rule Britannia.' Then the mace bearers and heralds entered the ring, and after the latter had read their pro clamations Prince Charles was brought in and crowned by Archibald Gladstone, song of George Gladstone, the local blacksmith. The King subsequently read his Royal Speech. A procession, consisting of two mounted men in charactcr, a pipe and drum band, boys' brigade. the committee, macebearers, brass band, the Royal carriage, drawn by six donkeys, followed by the gipsy attendants, then proceeded from the scene of the ceremony, Kirk Yetholm Green, to Town Yetholm, a stoppage being made at the Royal Palace. After dinner had been partaken of in a large marquee, the company were entertained by sports....

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OWD ZEKL'S TRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

OW- D ZEKL'S TRICKS. Rain had been falling heavily all the morning, swilling the leaded lattice, and dashing the sandstone into a deep sludge. The two women washing in the cottage bore the discomfort apathetically on the whole, but whenever a sharper gust than ordinary drove the smoke down the chimney, Sarah Pursglove, the elderly. sharp-featured widow "dratted' the wea ther with emphasis. "We've had no luck sin' th' owd black cat were killed," Hannah Unwin remark ed. "'I'se allus up-howd as folks as keep' a black cat kitling', 1 have a fine weshin' day. Th' smoke'll melt th' clothes as dirty as ef we'd niver weshed 'em-we'll niver get done this blessed day." "Hanner! M=rs Onyin! Hannah wench, cooni an' poke my. fire," wailed a thin voice above the screeching of the wring Ing,mnachine. Hannah stopped with a. vicious jerk. "Hearken! VWhatten's that? Owd 'Zek'l's at et agen." she l.aid irrit~ably. "Et's third time he's called nic sin' din ner. I'll none go:" "Hanner! AMrs Onyin!" the ...

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A PROPHECY. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

A PROPHECY. The gift of prescience was one which was generally held by his political op ponents to have been denied to LMr Glad stone. It would need a detailed exam ination of his speeches, letters and pol icy to establish or disprove the accur ncy of this judgment. Meantime the following may be offered as a contribu tion-an extract from an article ifn the 'Nineteenth Century" of August. 1877- more than.twdnty years ago:--"Our first site in Egypt, be it by larceny or be it by. opinion, will be the .almost certain egg of a Nopth African emnire that- will grow and grow until another Victoria and another Albert-titles of the lake soursces of the White Nile-come`within our borders. and till we finally join hands across the Equator with Natal and:'Capetown ,to say nothing of the Transvaal and the Orange River, on the south, or of Abyssinia or Zanzibar to be swallowed by way of viaticum on our journey." Much has happened since Mr Gladstone pened these words-e.g.. so important a phenomenon...

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FIGHT WITH LIGHTNING. AN IMPORTANT AGENT. ELECTRICITY MUST BE. IN THE PRESENT WAR. YANKEE NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

FIGHT WITH LIGHTNiNG. AN IMPORTANT AGENT. { I:LLECTIICITY MUST BIE. iN TiHE 'RESENTi WAR. YANKEE NOTIONS. Inventions inspired by the wani excite ment are pouring into the patent ofice from all over the country. That "Infer nal Yankee ingenuity," nof which foreign ers slp:ak, has be'-en stimulated to a high1 pitch by the expectation of hostilities. and it is not unlikely that some of the novel devices now being evolved may' prove to possess very practical value In. the approaching conflict. Quite a. num ber of them employ electricity as an agent of destruction, and among these are various patterns of electric guns. electric projecti es, and electrically actu a:ted torpedoes. U NI.IMITEIr POWERC. The direct empnloyment of eli:tricity as a weapon, in imitation of nature's lightning, is a problem that is believed by simne experts to be on the paoint of solution. Without going so far' n:r to in dorse this assertion, Dr Emil ItBerliner, the famous electrician, said: "Recent in vention had...

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DEPEW'S JOKES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

DEPEW'S JOKES. It is in a spirit of pure pity, of course, that an American paper tells us the following: Some of the best sayings of Chauncey JM. Depew have been collected into book form. English appreciation of hunmor Mr Depew delightfully sketches this gray:'At a private dinner in Eng land I told the very best story I could think c:. It Iwas greeted with a little laughter. Next day I met my host on i the Strand. He advanced to me, smil lug, begun to laugh as he grasped my Land, and said: "Do you know, Depew. that was a capital thing you got off last night; capital. And, do you know. I have just this minute been thinking what a capital thing it was. The point of the joke has just come to me." I said. "Why, it must have travelled to you on a freight train." "My dear Mr Depew," said the Eng lishman, "I assure you I have not seen any freight train. I assure you 1 haven't, 'pon honor." Mr Depew told this story to an Eng lishman, who had been in America for a long time. One of the offic...

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DEATH FROM WOUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

DEATH FROM WOUNDS. In the civil war thle proportion of Union soldiers who died of wounds to these who were killed outright in battle was 13 to t;7, or not far from 7 to 11. These figures are taken from the report of Adjutant-General's Oilice. The sta tisti-s on the Confiederate side are less exact, but it nmay be assumed that the proportion thilt- was about the same. As there would be little chance of finding out whether a: man found dead on the field before medical a: sistance had reached had. or had not been killed in at:tntanueously, it may also bie assumed that "died of wounds" means "died in hospital," the inference on the part of the surgeons of those days being that death was the result of the wounds. It is some comfore to know, now that the United States is engaged in a other armed struggle, that the number of deaths from wounds is not likely to be as much as 50 per cent. as large, in proportion to the number of wounds re ceived, as it was either in the civil war or in any o...

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GLADSTONE STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

GLADSTONE STORIES. Gladstone stories still abound in the English papers. %We selet a few of them from a London journal: AMl . GLADSTONE'S " OCUT-OF-THE YWAY KNOYWLEDGE." To the first ln.art of the newn "Life of William Ew trt GIldstone." which is to be issued serially by Meussrs. Cassell, the editor. Sir \Vemyss Reid. contributes a long and interesting "appreciation." From some examples given of Air Glad stone's out-of-the-way knowledge we select the following-I remember a din ener party at which hle was seated beside a member of the Vanderbilt family. The conversation had turned upon the price of real estate in the City of London, and the enormous value of land in the neigh borhood of the Bank of Englind. " You have nothing like that in New York, Mlr Vanderbilt," said MIr Gladstone, turning to the distinguished American; " great as New York is, the value of the land is a trifle compared to the value of land in tile City of London." Mr Vanderbilt acquiesced, and modestly nam-ed the ...

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FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

FARM NOTES. A correspondent of "Nature" rece-atLt noted this singuhir fact in conne:timo' with strychnia. Some wheat, wtil.1t lhad been poisoned by soaking in :n solution of strychnine, and whic:h was inteuied for killing sparrowet, aIfter hatving heen kept for some tmie in cartdboard boxes, was found to hrt.Le become infested with weevils. On e3 aminalion it was found that the boxe:j wore full of wreevils and their etere mnt'It. andl the wheat was more than ha:lf eatlen. Stryhnine was found to he presentll in the wheat and in appar ently still larger proportion in the cx erenlent of the weevils, so that it had evidently pas'sed through the digestive lppar'atus unchanged. When so littlo tas from half to three-fourths of :; ;"rain of the alkaloid in suflicient to kill a. strong min.I, the difference bet-ween the role played by the alkaloid becomets very striking. It had been found thas the weevil Authonumus druparum caxt feed with imputnity on kerntels contain ing hydrocy:uic acid, w...

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CREMATION. HOW IT IS MANAGED. A VISIT TO WOKING. TEE FORGOTEN DEAD. SOME FORSAKEN URNS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

CREM~ATIL. I-OW IT IS MANAGED. -A VISIT TO WOKING. T'EE FORGOTE DEAD. SOSE FORSAKL~N URNS. Since I read the funeral service at the 'Woking Crematorium for my old friend hte Rev. John Macnaught, the gifted ,preacher, I had not set foct in the fam O~: fire temple. 'I thought I would go down and look around once more (not being so young .lfs I was). My favorite dog had breathed his last the day before, so I decided to take him down with me. I am sure he would not :hiav objected to be cremated-he was to much more sensible than most people. Having a casual acquaintance with the master of the ceremonies,-who lives in a trim cottage at the gate, after in forming him of my mission we entered tnto conversation. "One hundred and seventy bodies in the year!" "Yes, sir-and you recollect the first year when we only got three! But we s1?_uld be doing better still only there's competition now-four Crematories go ing instead of one." Still, he seemed to look forward hope fully to some providential ...

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ON DISRAELI. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

ON DISRAELT. Sir Wemyss Reid quotes from some notes made at a private dinner in .1891, when "Murmry's Life" was under dis eussion. fMr Gladstone cenmmented eon the story of the "Representative'7-the daily paper which was to "focus thein tell!ignce of the world." which young Disraeli persuaded M3urray to start. "It was a downright swindle," said Mir Gladstone. "Disr.xell showed himself then--he was not one-and-twenty-to be a mixture of an enthusiast and :a swindler. But what a wonderful fellow e -was! He went to Scotland, r:aw Lockhart, and Scott, and won them over to the scheme. Scott was :L hard hearted fellow, Lockhart was.one-of the ablest men lever knew, yet both these men were won over by thils young fellow of twenty-one!" M?r Gladstone went on to say that he lhad never written any thing about Disraeli himself, though of ten asked to do so, and that he never would. "Whoever else may write about him, I am the last man in the world who can dd so."

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WAIlIAGUL TO MELBOURINE. Departure. a.m. p.m. p.m. Warragul ... 11.9 3.55 7.55 Drouin ... ... 11.21 4.13 8.10 Longwarry ... 11.31 4.25 8.25 Bunyip ... ... 11.38 4.32 8.32 Garfield ... ... 11.45 4.39 8.30 Tynong ... ... 11.52 4.46 8.46 tr-niar-goon ... 12.0 4.54 8.54 Pakenhami ... 12.9 5.4 9.4 Beaconsfield ... 12.25 5.20 9.20 B]erwick ... .. 12.30 5.32 9.23 Dandenong ... 12.53 6.10 9.52 Oakleigh (a) ... 1.16 6.40 - Oakleigh (d) .. 1.21 6.47 10.16 Melbourne ... 1.45 7.20 10.40 MELBOURNE TO WARRAGUL. Departure. a.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne ... 7.50 11.50 4.30 Oakleigh... ... 8.22 12.30 5.2 Dandenong ... 8.46 1.15 5.28 Berwick ... ... 9.10 1.42 5.52 Beaconsfield ... 9.13 1.46 5.50 Pakenham ... 9.31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goon ... 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tynong ... ... 9.52 2.28 6.32 Garfield ... ... 9.58 2.35 6.39 Bunyip ... ... 10.4 2.49 6.48 Longwarry ... 10.10 3.1 6.55 Drouin ... ... 10.25 3.21 7.10 Warragul ... 10.38 3.37 7.25 WARRAGUL TO TRARALGON Departure. . a.m. p.m. p.m. Warra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 9 August 1898

'T E "GAZETTE " Office, 'Warragul, 1 for Billheads, Memos, Circulars, Programmes, Tickets, Letter-hends, and PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIP TION. Public Notices. WEST GIPPSLAND GAZETTE. GENER.L Artistic 1'riutinu OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT THE OFFICE OF \TEST GIPPSLAND GAZETTE The "GAZETTE" PRINTING DE PARTMENT is ONE OF THE MOST REPLETE IN GIPPSLAND. NEW MACHINERY NEW TYPE NEW DESIGNS Our Large and Varied. Assortment of Modern Types of Every Design enables us to furnish our clients with First-class Artistic Work. MEMOS. BILLHEADS, CIRCULARS, CARDS, ETC. AND Printing of Every Description. -,rEST 0tIPPSLAND GAZETTE " TRI ANGLE,," VICTORIA S'T., WARRAGUL. BUSINESS POINTS FOR BUSINESS MEN. - LOGICAL AR GUMIENTS. - LEA DIG1TO IFORTUNE.. " Tihere is a iatilein- th- atffairs of men, which, taken at its flood, leads on to fortune; omitted; all the ;voyage of their lives, is bound in shallows and in miseries." - A Letting-go of Opportunities leaves room for some other hand to. take hold, for the bu...

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