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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 March 1895
Auctioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - STOCK ENTERED FOR THE BULN BULN AND WABRAGUL MARKETS FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations Undertaken- - -Loans Arranged. LOCAL REP5ESESTAIVE OF MESSES. WM. HAMILTON & CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURBDAY, 20lr APRIL, 1895. TWTM. EAMILTON & CO. will sell by VVpublic anction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owners- Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &C. WM. HAMILTON & Co., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, Srn APRIL, 1895. W M. HAMILTON & CO. willhold their W next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the above date, when they will offer Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &C. WM. HAMILTON & CO.. Warragul, and 120 Queen-street. Melbourne LEONGATHA SALE. FORTNIGHTLY SALE. Thnrsday, March 28, At One p.m. Sharp. W M. HAMIL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 March 1895
Business 'Notices. ; SCHWEITZER'S "THE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. T, T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & Chaff Merchant (LuTE A. P. MYERS & CO.) Napier-street, Warragul. Flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety. F-- Horse Feed, Fowls' Feed, Grass Seed, Potatoes, &c. BONE DUST- -BONE DUST, - All at the Lowest Possible Prices. - MRS. J. ROSS, - Queen Street, Warragul - HAS a Large and Varied Collection of STATIONERY, ' CHILDRENS' TOYS, SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such as Book-, Slates, Bags, &c., HABERDASHERY, Cottons, Wools and Crewel Silks. Tuhe Oil Paints, and the beautiful Enamel Paints. Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFECTIONERY. Agent for Singer's Sewing Machine and Requisites. Also Fruit and Vegetables in Season. CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps for Sale. MILK! MILK! MILK! TO _o HOM IT DOES CONCERN Fresh milk Delivered daily 2 ,qUARTS FOR 3D. SCASH ONLY Direct from "Carrington" Farm. USE LEsS aeEAT...
FACTS AND FANCIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 March 1895
FACTS AND FANCIES. (BY ECHno). I was much pleased to read in the GUARDIAN of the 12th ainst, Emile Zola's "stirring advice to French students." But I could not help smiling when this famous novelist is reported to have said that, "It is questionable if happiness can be made out of facts. Now I am goinmg to show that not only happinesr, but real enjoyment, can be produced by my facts, in this way. It is sometime now since I read that beautiful account given by Mr. W. T. Stead of how, when be was short of copy, 1 or wanted a telegram without paying for it at the ordinary rates, all he had to do was to get out his pen, ink and paper, place the pen in the proper position on the paper and start off writing as the I unconcious medium of some far-away friend, or of some kindly spirit that wished I to lighten the burden of the up-to-date journalist. I often think of this " writin' made easy," and wish I was an adept at it. It makes my month water, when I contemplate the whole affair, I seem...
RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 March 1895
RAILWAY- TIMETABLEW' WrARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. ep. am. 1p.m. p.M. \Waragul* . ). 1n 4.s5 7.55 Droum 1121 4.50 -8.10 L.ungwarry . 11.31 .5 Bunrtldp . 11.38 4 5.15.. 8.329 Garield .. 1.0 5.2340 8.391 ,.`.11.:2- 5.30 8. 460, lakenjTim .. 12. 5.5'2 9.4 I Beaconsfield .. 12.25 6.14 1.20 lerwick .. 12.0 6.18 0.23 'Landenan . 12.53 6.507 9.2 Uskleigh a) 1.16 7.19'' - Oakleigh ). 1.21 7.23 10.16 Melbourne .. 11.45 7.j- 10.40 - 31EOT. T10RN 10 WARRAGTTL... - Dep a.m .1a.m p.m SbIeToarni .. 7.50 11.50 4.30 Oakleigh .. 8.22 12.30 5.2 Dandenong .. 8.46 1.15 5.28 1crwick . 1.10 1.42 1.52 lraconsfield ". 9.13 1.46 5.jG 'akenham .. 0.31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nar-goon .. 9.44 2.18 6.24 Tyncng .. 9.52 2.28 6.32 Garfield .. 9.58 2.35 GM.9. Usinyip . 10.4 2.49 6.4.8 Longwarry .. 10.10 3.1 6.55 Dronin 10.23 3.21 7.10 Warragul .. 10.38 3.37 7.25 WAIRAGi L TO TRARALGON. Departure. a.m p.m p.m Warragul 11.8 5.40 7.50... Bloomticld . 11.15'1 5.53 7.55. )arnum .. 6.0 8.0 Yarragon .. 11.3 6.15 8.10 Trafalgar .. 11.45 6...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 March 1895
, c,1,,, ,Pub~e Notices. JAMES . DASKSN, -Licenedri Surveyors Architect iýandValuvator. - 30 Years' Municipal Experience. I. 'HAMER'S-LABOR-ACENCY. -159 LONSDALE -STREET.1 * 2, £ ITELBOITJRNET" FARMIERS, DAIRYMEN, and other -' n ployers of LABOR Can be Siiiplied nithAFirst-class Ser vants-Nq; Char=:ti-No1Delay-by making their requirements knowntmg tome. Imiirdiatlesatention gien. [CARD.] HAMER & CHESTER, General Commission AN D SFarmers' Agents, 159 LONSDALE- 'STREET -If 'ELBOURiNE. Bone Dust. Bone Dust. J. COC KBILL, Bone Dust Manufacturer, BEGiS to inform his numerous friends and customers that lie has reduced the price of hisi superior Bone Dust to '£5 per ton. Delivered at -Railway Station, or on the Wharlf, Melbourne. GUARANTEE) GiESNUINE. .OBDERS PROMPTLY DISPATCHED. 407 Post-office Place West, Three doors Irom Queen-street, MELTOU ULIE. To be olhainid through Messrs Birichnell, Barridge and Porter, Locsi. AnEy-. THE UNWISE MERCHANT. One day when business ran down low ...
POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 26 March 1895
POSTAL INFORMATION.. .EýIirix'" i Ct ps>EE AT GENErAL; Parcles, 4.80 p.m. the day before steamer leaves. Rlegistered letters, 11.80. a.m.! tliodayi mail leaves. Ordir l JEltetrs, packets and newspapers -l p.nis.-lay mrailleaves. Intercolonial, British and foreign P'arcles Post.-Lizuit of weighlt, 11 lbs.. Postage-United Kingdom, 2lbs or under. ls, 6d:, pql!?tuilpRal x Ibor under, 'Jd. n Ib. briupadr, a:I; each adlditional 1 lb., 1s. 'Parcles are also forwarded, via Londo»i to every colony mind country to whlich the Uuitet-lingdom sends parcels. ates aud. P~ro iirylsr ss i bie obtained at any post s 4 3ENERAL. sotalv =ates.4nltid.-Letters.-Every ounce, 2d.; urgent letters, bd. additional. Intercolonial.--Letters.-Every latlfounce or under, 2d. Plackets.-Every 2oz.- or underId. Books and anagazines.. -Evrr 4 oz. or utinder, Sd, Newspapersi id. j'Packets to Nwc South W ales arid Queensland,. containingm articles of any velne, must be paid letter rate. Island Parcel J'ot.-timit, Ibs,...
THE DEGENERACY OF THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
THE DECENERACY OF- THE TIMES. According to Mrs. Besant all our progression is retrogression, all our art, vulgarity, all our democracy empty; and in the last statement there is undoubtedly a great deal of truth. The achievements of mechani cal science is increasingly improved machinery has made the one-timed skilled artisan little better than a human shaft and pulley, and while all inventions of the century are due to the working classes, the effect of all invention has been to make an aris tocracy of the inventors and their parasites-giving to the few inordinate wealth, and dooming the many to inordinate poverty. And yet, even in the face of these admissions, it is very foolish not to believe that the present is the best age the world has ever known. The poles of poverty and plutocracy will be merged when the working .classes are sufficiently educated to be that highest form of government an enlightened democracy, and in Australia to-day education is free, and the artisan has every...
EXTRACT FROM A TRADESMAN'S LETTER: [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
"??iuACT FROM A TIRDESMAs's L mEiER: "Am very pleased with Circulars and Cards...They show much better work tuanship than some I had done'id lMelbourne a few months -agd, and are cheaper. ..Please send quotations for l:illheads." "Gruo;:Dr." PmUriSTx WoRKs, QUaEEt S?hII:ET, AsRP.?AGUL. The market for potatoes is steady at is to 27s Gd for prime Colac, and up to -5s for Warrnambool and Port Fairy. Unions are unaltered at 40s to 42s 6d, r
FROM MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
FROM MELBOURNE. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) -0 Practically little has been thought of this week but the speeding of our departing guests and the rise in wool. Anud it has become evident that Lord and Lady Hopetouu have raised up for themselves troops of friends, who did not allow the depression to inter fere with the epxression of their love The Town Hall banquet was one of the most largely attended of any ticket dinner I was ever present at, and was one of the best-in fact the wine list, with eight brands of the best champagne, was one the most extensive ever submitted to a Mel bourne public, whilst the catering was excellent. The company gathered at the tables was not only select the very pick of the public men of Greatest Melbourne - but special siguificance was given to the esteem felt for his Excellency by the Consuls and other oflicial personages attend ing in uniform, which, at a dinner of citizens, they were not supposed to do ; in fact such a compliment has never been pai...
A Narrow Escape. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
A Narrow Escape. Mrs. R. M. Smith, wife of Dr. S of Drouin, had a very unpleasant ePsCý enco on Monday afternoon. driving along the Buln Buln road, 1 Mr. Rowand's residence, herr le managed to shake its winkors ,,'. :3 thereupon proceeded to divest id'li ?'he balance of its harness and tlihe This it eventually succeeded in doi:. b Mrs. Smith was wise in g~viog uP1 P'` sion when she saw she had no ch:i:OC controlling the animal. In doingi '' came in contact with the wheelso ti trap, but fortunately the only ,?1fvr' results were a few bruises. The bT g and harness were considerably dawamn 3'
THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
THE DAILIES DISTILLED, Facetious people finding vent fo: ~: pretty humor in the Income Tax schei:? These are the sort of folks who trii crack jokes at a funeral. It is as ?e that their queerly-placed wit m c e: them a trifle in fines if the Commias-e gets at all rusty I Owing to the glut now in the L I.: market the price of Australian rabbitsi fallen materially, and they are i: selling at Is per pair. The Hindoos show singular frankts in making census returns. Among tbhe who wete called upon to describe t:: callings, some designated their mit?.t living as " villago thieves," " supp:-i by relatives," or " living on loans." The Emperor of Germany pays hit. honor to ihe veteran statesmina, Bismr:'i to mark his displeasure at the dieotrae? treatment of the ex.Chancellor by i Socialists and Clerics. Military ie:? representing each branch of the s?mdi, ai watt on the Prince at Frederichler~:, when a presentation of a richly-eubos:i sword, engraved with the united arm~st Alsaace.-Lorraine,...
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
THE DAIRYING IN DUSTRY. The ducks by the Ballaarat from Melbourne, are pronounced by'experts to be of excellent quality. Mr. Tabor, the London poultry salesman, to whom the sale is entrusted, expects that the the ducks will realise 4s each. London butter salesmen advise, that the reecnt fall in prices is due to the abundance of Danish, the large stccks of Australian butter, and the fact that a mild spring will tend to improve the quantity of the home supply. A portion of the Australian butter consignment by the Orotava, has been landed, and is pronounced of excellent quality. A later message states that some of it has been found to be over heated. Choicest qualities of Victorian and New Zealand butter, are selling at an average of 87s per cwt. and old stored butter at 65s per cwt. There is a fair demand for Victorian cheese, and safle are being made at 48e Cd per cwt.
PERSONAL INCIDENTS. SOME HOPETOUN STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
° PERSONAL INCIDENTS SOME HOPETOUN STOIgIE --0----- Such a young and energetic Gore as the. Erl of Ilopetoulno necessarily have had many aOtu experiences on his many travels , erous stories are floating abOut si hour of his departure illustratit the wholesome Bohemianient y. was part of him. and which people forget the Governor iu the," fellow." Thereis a space here for a few of these, but, they areas c acteristie of the man as thee seasonable. At a certain up-country e?cit match in which Lord IIopetoun s playing, a young man who had col a long way to see the same. andc had never seen his Excellency chatting daring the afternoon u" another young man. "By the the Government House cro\i. rather a decent lot," he said, ,' half a bad push; quite different fro what you'd expect." " YcS' , the other, " I believe they are ratlh decent push; Iv'e met them a lit and found them not half bad." mi parted soon afterwards. and the to' man who had come a long wa ? friend of his. " Rather a dccnt e...
TO STORE POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
TO STORE POTATOES: The potato-growers of Victoria have a most unsatisfaotory prospect before them this season. The price is so low that it scarcely pays to dig them for the market and few care to incur the expense of digging and pitting in hopes of a better market in the future- If the potatoes are left in the ground, with the warmth and moisture of the soil at present, they are sure to start growing. Those who have a small area under potatoes will do well to pit, as with a small quantity either for home use or sale the expense will not be great, and may be undertaken without employing extra labour. In pitting potatoes care should be taken that the tubers are quite ripe. They should then be graded, and all unripe, small, or injured potatoes taken from the bulk. For pitting potatoes choose a dry spot, and make a small excavation about 4ft. or 5ft, broad sand ft. deep. Place'a layer of straw in the bottom, and heap up the potatoes to about 4ft. high, covering with straw and with eaeth...
OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish it to be understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish it to be understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressedbycorrespondents under this heading.] TO THE EDITOR SR,--Will you please grant me a little space to remind the farmers of the Warragul district that the bonus for cultivating flax fibre has to be claimed before the end of the coming May. The bonus for cultivating the fibre is £2 per acre, and the bonus for the fibre produced is £5 per ton. Now, after the dry season we have just experienced, it would perhaps be wise to look at the result of the crops grown in this district. Oats will perhaps be worth £3 per acre, and potatoes £3 10s to £6, but I venture to assert that if the flax grown in this district this year had been properly treated and manufactured into fibre, the return per acre would have been more likely £20. One can claim next year to get about £2 per acre for cultivation bonuses, £5 per ton fibre bonus which, with a yield of 7 cwt. per acre, would give 35s per acre;...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, MARCH 29TH, 1895. The Coming Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
THE WITR WHICH IS I-COnIOILtTEI FRIDAY, ,MARCH 29ru, 1895. The Coming Industry. IT is becoming more and more evident every day that unless the Gippsland farmer voluntarily forsakes the old grooves and adopts new and more re miunerative methods of cultivation, he will be compelled by sheer force of circumstances to greatly modify present modes and look for profitable crops in other directions. Oats no longer give a fair return, and potatoes have this season yielded disappointment and loss. Each of these crops-which are the staple products of Gippslatd \Vest are always more or less liable to worry ing fluctuations, and during the pre sent season the pendulum has swung back almost to its utmost limit. The consequence is that the " bad times " are becoming intensified, and the results of the harvest now being stored will add very little indeed to the banking account of the unfortunate producer. We have no desire to appear unduly pessimistic or unneces sarily discourage the 'struggling ....
MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. CONVENED BY THE WARRAGUL SHIRE. DEPUTATION TO THE CHIEF SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. CONVENED BY THE WABBRA GUL SHIRE. DEPUTATION TO THE CHIEF SECRETARY. A conference, convened by the Warra gul Shire Counril,was hold in Melbourne on Wednesday to take into consideration the position of the fourth, fifth and sixth class shires in view of the reduction in the -municipal subsidy. Cr. Axiderson, president of the Warra gul Shire presided, and a resolution was passed urging the Government to reallo cate the subsidy, so that the poorer shires might receive a larger, share of tho' en downment tnan at present, and enable them to make roads and bridges in the newly settled districts of the colony. A deputation subsequently waited on the Chief Secretary (owing to the Premier being too busily engaged dealing with re trenchment proposals), and stated that the recent reduction in the endowment to £100,000 had placed the fourth, fifth, and sixch class shires in a most deplorable position, as it not only deprived them of the ability to meet their present liabil...
The Hospital Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
The Hospital Ball. The Hospital Ball Committee umet on Monday evening last, there being present Messrs. Clinton, Storie, Howell, Tregsrtha and Round. Several apologies from other gentlemen were received. It was then resolved that a plain and fancy dress ball takes place on Wednesday evening May the 1st, and that the ladies of the town so be invited to furnish the refreshments that the bulk of the money taken from the sale of tickets will be clear profit. The question was discussed at length whether to hold the ball in the Hospital or no. The following afternoon the gentlemen named accompanied by Messrs. D. E. Small and G. T. Wood paid a visit of inspection to the building. Here they were all greatly struck with the complete ness of the structure and the general beauty of the design displayed but in view of the large crowd expected it was un animously agreed to recommend the coGunittee to secure the Public-hall for the occasion. This afternoon at 8 the committee meet again in the off...
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK REPORT Fat Cattle.-1630 yalded on Wednesday, comprising 250 from New South Wales, 750 from North-Eastern district, 450 from Gippsland, 50. from Westward, and re mainder from Northern districts and town paddocks. Quotations : -Prime pens bullocks, from £7 to £9,; odd, to £10 2s Gd; good do.. from £5 10s to £6 10s ; second and lighter do, from £4 to £5. Best pens of cows from £3 15s to £4 12s Cd.
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 29 March 1895
RECEIPT .AI.D. PAY OFFICE; WARRIAGUL. -o LICENSES. J. Cowan J. G. Horsley 31. A. Calvert W. Hewitt 31. . Hueheson C. Holder A. Untelleson J. Holder M. A. Mapleson T. M. Johnson W. lose ' R. Johnson . E.` 5 .Spercer X teoili J. S. Spencer W. Kelly A. VWright .E. G. Kirkland W. H. Collins % J. Kelly S. Chandler W. L. Kneale A. C, Don F. S. Laver H. Fish J. Larkin T. Gapes L. Larkin Thorpdale South F. R. Lempriere Creamery C. Muchleisen E. Weeks J. R Munro M3. Mulcare P. F. S. Musgrave G. Napier S. Morgan H. W. Doultsn D. M3urdie W. H. Gardminer J. Menneer W. Beilby R. Moore A. C. Groom W. G. M'Gown F. A. Foxall C. J. M'Murdie W. G. Tong H. Neill S. Laver F. Newbury J. M. Atkinson C. 3I'enzie S. Adkins F. Nicol. C. Adkins A. J, Nicholson R. A. Andersion W. O'Neill 3. Ashlb" :.: ' M31. O'Eeill A. Bntterwbrtl R. O'Neill G. Boaike .',. J. H. Potter F. W. Bowman H.:Price C. L. Bow g, T'. Pilkington J. T. Br ?- -T.e '. C. Parker D.- 1 f??sb i J. E. Rolls J. ":. tld W~. Ritchie J, oh1len W. ...