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Melbourne. FAT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
M?elbourne. FAT CATTLE. 1300 yarded,including a draft of about 100 head in wasted condition. The sup ply comprised 300 from New South Wales 50 from North Eastern and Goulburn Valley districts, and the remainder chiefly from Gippsland. The demand was brisk, and with slight fluctuations during the day prices ruled about 10s per head in advance of last week's" rates. Prime pens of bullocks, from £12 10s to £13 17s 6d: extra prime and heavy do, from £14 12s 6d to £16 10s; good do do, from £10 5s to '12; medium and lighter do do, lrom £8 15s to £10; inferior, from £6 ; best pens of cows, at £8 15s; odd beasts, to £.11; others, from £- to £7 10s.
THE HOME SEPARATOR QUESTION. VIEWS OF AN EXPERT. A NOTE OF WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
THE HOME SEPARATOR QUESTION. VIEWS OF AN EXPERT. A NOTE OF WARNING. The question of home separating is one of such vitual importance to our farmers and dairymen, that any authoritative information bearing upoil the subject should be welcomed by all those who are interested in the success of tfe- ilairying industry. Gippsland is coming more and more to the front as a dairying centre, for we have green crops and verdant pas tures in.this favored province, when other parts of the colony are parched up with drought. The Aricultural Department has engaged the services of several experts in butter and cheese making to lecture at the different dairying centres throughout the colony and Ir R. Crowe one of the experts referred to, recently delivered an address on '" Butter making and the use of the home separator "-at the Merrigum Butter Factory, Goul burn Valley. In its report of the lecture, which was very interesting, the "Leader " states Sir Crowe said he desired to bring prominently bef...
AN EXCITING FOX HUNT. A LARDNER CHASE. REYNARD SHOT IN A LOG. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
AN EXCITING FOX HUNT. A LARDNER CHASE. REYNARD SHOT IN A LOG. The existence of foxes in the War ragul Shire in somewhat disconcerting numbers is indicated by the destruc truction of poultry and the frequency with which skins are left at the Shire Office, and claims made for the bonus of 2s 6d per headl. The Lardner dis trict apparently possesses a fair pro portion of this destructive pest. Mr. Langford is a persevering farmer in this locality, and reynard has at times exhibited marked appreciation of his turkeys and other feathered stock. A few days ago one of these wily creatures made his appearance on the property shortly before noon and was espied by MrLangford prowling around in search of a mid-day meal. It was a clear bright morning-an ideal day for a chase-and in response to the prompt ings of his sporting instinct lie im mediately decided on indulging in a little recreation. Arming himself with a gun and summonsing the co-operation of his wife, and a faithful collie dog, the ...
FAT SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
FAT SHEEP. 18,000 yarded. Best descriptions were moderately represented, and for such prices were about maintained. Prime crossbred wethers, from 1Ss 6d to 21s; a few extra prime and heavy do do, from 22s to 25s; good do do, from 16s to 17s 94: middling do do, from 12s: prime crossbred ewes, from 16s 6d to 18s; extra prime and heavy do do, from los to 20s: good do do, from 14s to 15s 6d: best merino wethers, from 15s 9d to 17s; good do do, from 13s 6d to 15s ; middling do do. from lls 6d to 12s 64; prime merino ewes, from 12s to 13s 64; a few extra, from 14s to 16s; others, from 7s.
NONCONFORMISTS AND THE THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
NONCONFORMISTS' AND THE THEATRE. A correspondent of a London paper writes: The opposition of Nonconformists to the theatre is evidently breaking down rapidly. At the Lyceum yesterday afternoon-when Miss Ellen Terry gave a monster benefit for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children-Dr. and Mr and Mrs Joseph Parker were to be seen in the front row of the dress circle, while in the stalls below Rev. W. J. Dawson and Rev. Joseph Hock ing enjoyed the imitations of Miss Cissy Loftus and the humors of Mr Dan Leno. Nonconform ist laymen were also represented by two well-known publishers=-Mr James Bow den, who is a Baptist deacon, and Mr Horace B. Marshall, who is a leading Methodist.
DO THY PART. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
DO THY PART. (By 1:ICITiRD ,.WATSON GIIDER.) Do thy part Here in the living day, as did the great. Who made old days ;mmortal. So shall nmen. :(azing Lar-k to this far-looming hour. Say: The' thO time when nmen were truly Th;ugh wars grroV less, their spirits met tye test Of new cnditinos; conquering civic Saln:ig the State anew by virtuous lives; Guarding their countly's honor as their A?'d thetir own as tehir country's and their sons'; Defying leagued fraud with single truth; Not f::ring loss; and daring to be pure. The la:rgest city of thie world is Toln don, lying in four tcountlies andl halvin a populltion of 5.00)0.)) 00 ? equalling lhe umul)ied popu(llation of I'ur'is, trhin, St. l'eterslirg, anId Honme. To walk through allI tlhe streets, avenulet,, lon.es, nud alleys of the city, never tutaversing the Sani'e ante twice. Wtoulld require it lten-mlle wv:alk (every day for ninei years. The streets. placed in a row, would reach round the world, and leave a remnant that would str...
HE SAW THE PARADE, BUT LOST HIS TOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
HE SAW THE PARADE,BUT LOST HIS TOOTH. "I had a queer fellow in that chair yes terday," said the dentist, as he fitted a new drilling head into his satanic little instrument of torture. "A man came in to have a tooth out-one of those great, big, pompous, egotistical chaps, who looked as though he owned the whole city water front at the very least. I told him that he had better take gas, because the tooth was a bad one, badly ulcerated. Well, then, you should have seen him! He looked at me with at kind of pitying smile. "'Gas,' he said. 'gas! Humph! Why, my good man, gas wouldn't have any effect on me. It may work with some people, but not with me. Too much mind, my dear fellow-altogether too much mind'-and he actually tapped his forehead with his finger as though it held the whole Astor Library. with the Lenox and the Tilden foundation to boot. 'The old chap was so confoundedly disagreeable with all his conceit that I made up my mind that I would have to take him down a peg. "Look he...
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above was held in the Shire Hall on Tuesday evening last, there being a fair attendance of members. One new member was balloted for,, and elected, and four other proposed. for membership. The Secretary was in structed to call a. meeting at Mr. Lewis' to-night, when all interested in the proposed A.N.A. Minstrel enter tainment are 'cordially invited to attend. - The Secretary was also instructed to fix the summons meeting for the 30th inst, as according to the amended rules of the association these meetings are to be held one month earlier than hitherto. -
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. POLLING DAY—THURSDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
iMUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. POLLING DAY-THURSDAY NEXT. The municipal elections take place on Thursday next. In the Warragul Shire the only contest is in the North Riding, MIr. 'McNeil and Mr. Stock dale having been returned unopposed for the Central and South Ridings respectively. The ratepayers 6f the North Riding, and the local public generally, will regret to hear that Mr A. 1). Beard is unable to canvas in connection with the North Riding contest owing to being incap acitated by illness. He is suffering from a very severe attack of sciatica,; and yes terday proceeded to Melbourne for medical treatment. The other candidates -Mr Caunter and Mr Lillico-are vig orously carrying on the contest and in view of the fact that there are three aspirants for the seat it is impossible to forecast the result. In the Narracan Shire the only con test is in the East Riding, where the fight lies between Messrs. Brazier, Crisp, and Dickinson, whilst in Buln Buln Shire the only seat in dispute is in the ...
OUR AURIFEROUS LANDS. THE LOCAL GOLD FIELDS. WHAT MINERS HAVE TO DEPEND ON FOR A LIVING. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
OUR AURIFEROUS LANDS. THE LOCAL GOLD FIELDS. WHAT MINERS HAVE TO DE PEND ON FOR A LIVING. (BY CRn?sus) The thanks of the mining com munity are due to the " United Miners' League" for the manner in which it has brought to light the wholesale manner in which the auriferous lands at Neerim and Crossover districts have been allowed to be selected under the 42nd section of the Land Act 1890. With whom the responsibility of removing the mining objections rests, it is not fair to even hint, until it is known whether the Hon. the Minister of Mines will grant the com mittee of enquiry, asked for by the " United Miners' League." In com mon courtesy to the Heon. the Minister of Mines, and the officers of the Mines Department, the members of the League deemed this course advisable, if the Minister grants the committee of enquiry. Then as a matter of course the subject matter of complaint will be made public, and a public grievance rectified. But in the event of the committee not being granted, ...
SEA VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
SEA VIEW. Owing to the warm sunshine which we have experienced between the showers during the past two weeks, the grass is beginning to spring luxuriantly. The cattle thoroughly appreciate the new growth after all the privations they have had to endure throughout the winter. The mortality amongst the cattle is. I am glad to s ate, falling off considerably, and with the advance of warm spring weather, and the new growth of feed, dairy farmers will begin to take heart again. One result of the bush fires is in evi dence on every hand, for owing to the clearances made by the flames, fencing is being actively pushed on with, and new boundary and subdivisional fences are going up everywhere. The cutting at lhe school hill, which has hitherto been such a bugbear to the residents of Sea View, is now being pro ceeded with, Mi. J. Ashcroft having the contract in hand. Although it will be a great improvement on the old state of affairs, it might have been still better, if the soil taken from t...
JINDIVICK. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
JINDIVICK. The lacal creamery has been running all the winter, although the quantity put through has not been very large. The manager, however, expects to be in full swing in the course of a few weeks. The committee of the last concert, are to be congratulated on clearing a profit of nearly '£4. A meeting was held last week to clea.t up the financial details and votes of thanks were passed to those who had so generously given their services to make the concert a success. The fine weather experienced during the past few weeks is admitted on all hands to be just the thing we require, giving the grass a fair start, and giving cattle, which are in many instances very poor, a chance to recover. We should have a first rate season. Luckily the bulk of cows will not commence to calve before Sep tember so that they will be able to recover from 'the ill-effects of the autumn and winter. Messrs Mapleston Brothers intend clos ing down their sawmills for about 6 weeks on account of the bad state...
CHILDERS. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
CHILDERS. All vegetation is on the move, and .within a very short time there will be plenty of grass for stock which have sur vived the trying winter. The season in itself has not been very cold or wet, but the lack of feed, combinedwith the trying summer, has been the cause of death to a great number of cows. One dairyman in this district, M. G. Pavitt, has now only 4 cows out of 22 first-class milkers. Instances of this kind are only too numerous. The dairying fraternity have suffered much more than those who have been dependent on fruit-crops, or cereals. As far as can be judged at present, the fruit crop is likely to be fairly good, as the trees are blooming freely. As to election matters, we in this riding, (the West) have been spared the trouble and worry to attend meetings, causing the candidates to make promises which they will never be able to carry out. Certainly, from a financial standpoint, a Swalkover in these times of shire starvation is something perhaps we ought to b...
INTERCOLONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
IXTEJICOLONIAL. Letters - Every half-ounce or under ... ... ... 0 0 2 Newspapers, 10oz. or under ... O 0 - Post Cards ... .. .... 0 0 1 Plackets-Couniercial and print. ed papers, every 2oz. ... 0 1 Patterns and samples, every 2oz. 0 0 1 Parcels, lib. or under *.. 0 0 8 Each extra lb. or under, up to 11. . ... O 0 6
TO THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
TO THE UNITED KINGDOM. Letters - Every half-ounce or under ... ... ... 0 0 2 Post Cards ... ... ... 0 0 1 ?ewspapers, 4oz. or under ... 0 1 Each additional 2oz. or under. 0 0 - Conmmuercial and printed pa pers, about the same rate as in Victoria; but see "' Postal Guide." Parcels-Each 21b. or under ... 0 1 0 Each- additional lb. or under, upto 11b ... ... 0 0 9
WHY AND WHEREFORE. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
WHY AND WHEREFORE. I know not whence 1 came, I know not whither I g,., But the fact ta.:nd: l cleor That I am here. In thii world of pleoastr and wee, And out of the miset and murk. .Another truth shines plan- It is in nly power. 1 Each day and hour To add to its joy or its pain. I know that the earth exists,. It is none of my business why, I cannot find out What it's all about I would but waste time to try, Mly life is a brief, brief thing, I am here for a little space, And while I stay, I would like, if I may, To brighten and better the place. The trouble. I think, with us all Is the lack of a high concolt; If each man thought lie was sent to the spot To make it a bit more sweet. Hlow soon we could gladden the world IIow easily right all wrong, If nobody shirked And each one worked To help his fellows along. Cease wondering why you came: Stop looking for faulte and fla:ws; Lise up to-day Inl your pride and say: "I am part of the first great cause I-owever full the world, There is ...
POSTAL INFORMATION. Rates of Postage. VICTORIAN. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
POSTAL INFORMATION. Rates of Postage. VICTORIAN. Letters-Every ounce or under 0 0 2 Letters marked "Urgent" (which will be delivered in the same manner as a telcgram 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-Coummercial and print ed papers, up to 41b., for every 2oz. or under ... ... 0 0 1 Packets-Patterns and samples, &c., up to 11l., for every 2oz. or under ... ... ... 0 0 1 Books, up to 51b, for every 4oz. or under ... ... ... 0 0 1 Parcels, 21b. or under ... 0 0 9 Each extra lb. or under ... 0 0 3
A FELLOW'S MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — West Gippsland Gazette — 23 August 1898
A FELLOW'S MOTHER. "-. fellow's mother," said Fred. the wise. With his rosy cheeks and Ili merry eyes, "Knows what to do if a fellow gets hurt fly a thump or a bruise or a fall in the dirt. "A fellow's motiher has bags and strings, Fags and buttons, and lots of things. No matter how busy she is she'll stop To see how well you can spin your top. "Sho does not care-not much, I mear If a fellow's face is not always clean: And if your trousers are torn at. the kntee, She can put in a patch that you'd never see. "A fellow's mother is never mad, And only sorry if you're bad; And I will tell you this: if you're only true She'll always forgive you. whate'er you do. "I'm sure of this." said Fred, the Wise. With a manly look inl his laughlng eyes., "I'll mind my mbther quick, every day ; A fellow's a-baby that don't obey."