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TWO OR THREE NOTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

TWO ORt THREE NOTIONS. -- • - Br ATLAS. While the Minister of Railways is preparing his railway scheme, in which the claims of Gippsland may, or may not be, properly recognised, it occurs tome that the constituents of te he olln. member for the South have not been very succes.fully strengthening his halnds by the movements they have been making lately. Have we not had railway committees and deputations in abundance ? but have any two of them had the same object in view ? and is it not a certainty that if we do not all pull together we had better not pull at all ? for by pulling in dif ferent directions we are, in fact, pull ing against each tther. One party vehemently asserts that universal ruin must inevitably ensue if they don't have a line to Poowong, whlile anotler with equal intensity declares that chaos will come again if the railway don't go to Mirboo, while along the Gippsland line. there are as many places mentioned for the starting point as there are townships of more or l...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TRUE LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

: ,: (From ippicot'asMagane.) To be sad when all are gay;- . i r , ' To think allgoine whenone away ; S-To'start, to thrill, then back to sink: .. From expectation's joyous brink. i- : If all epression prove too weak- : -.' STill:hearto heart and cheekto'cheek. Alone suffered that'word-to speak'! l W:hich set the'pent-up passion free, " SBrought back the sou's tranquility, And laid the struggling heart at rest, Dropped like aibird into its neat-' ;'':If this bilove, as lovers say,!::' ' Dear, I have loved thee many a'day, If to oppos when sufferiug most' SThe pain thd opposition cost;,' . :To listen with averted face, ... Yedt learn to close with an embrace; To wa'ch, to tend, to smile, to grieve, lieproof to bear, advice receive; To work, to wait, to pray, to live, : And to give all, and still to give-' If this be love, believe me, dear, SThat I have loved thee many a year., ; And if, amid the vap'rous whirling . ' Of men'and things that upward curling, In cloud and mist, come floa...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

A state of semi-education is worse thi?n complete :ignorance.i .The,:former,: destroys instinct without imparting.judgment, arid makes, a man a pretentious critic withodt: enabliaghim to be a competent judge..:: A veryugly gentleman was requested by a beautiful woman. to, accompany.. her to pi.nter's. studio where,'having whispered few words to the artist, she left him with promise, of ,presently,; comings back. ,..TI gentleman asked: the:artist what he 'was wantedfor.; "I thought. you .knew, :,sir," replied the painter;,' that I'm taking..that lady's portrait in the character of,:a,saiit ,beng tempted by the-devil, and-that alio wishes you to be good enough to sit for the Sosi D.v?exrrioss.. . o:iProgress,of;:Timo .:, A' pedlar 'travelling with clocks. •' " :: i Friend.:.One who., drinks at your. expense and then borrow your money.- ; . Honesty : Obsolete term ; formerlyised in the case ofasman who hadpaid: for his coat andhis newspaper. , :::: .. ,:. ( ;Credit : A wiseprovisioni w...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

MELBOURNE MARXKETS. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) 'Wa. Ha.moLTon & Co. report for week ending the 13th October:--Fat .Cattle. 1430 yarded; demand dull, and lirices about 15s. lower than last weeks's rates; one or two extra prime, heavy weight bullocks up to £13 7s. 6d. Fat Sheep.-About 11,000 penned, last week's rates being maintained. Fat Lambs.-Prices as last week. We re port having hold our usual fortnightly sale at BEuln Buln, on Saturday last, when we disposed of store cows @ £1 to £2 5s. per head; yearlings @ 15s. to 30s.; calves to 14s. Also on account of W. Edney, Esq., 1 draught mare to Mr. W. E. Gibson, £31 15s.; 1 tso-year old filly to Mr. Ruhe, £10 15s.; 1 yearling filly to same buyer, £14; 1 brood mare, £4, and foal, ?£ 17s. 6d.; 12 head dairy cows from £2 to £4 7s. Gd.; also heifers to 30s. There was a large atten dance of buyers, and brisk competition for every lot. * '*:' , I; . 8

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LITTLE FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

:. THE' LITTLE 'OLKS. : : i The rilnight hush -soothing syrup.. . A hy aged twielve; and a girl of thirteen, wero.niarried the other day..'Uncle Joln says it 'as a case'of children,' playing; with matches.' The small boy who reids about-" the miss ing Whales " in thc papers concludes they will be found when school begins. ' ':lMilliner (with little account owing) : "Is youi, mamma at home: dear?"- Intelligent little girl; "-N-o no, she's not." Milliner : " When will she be at home ?" Intelligeint little girl: "I don't know; but I'll go and ask her." -, - " Mamma,". said a little girl, "is Christmas 'most here '" " Why, no; my dear; why do you ask ", "'Cause pa said he expected his Santan Cruz to.morrow.' I s'liose Sant: CGriz and Santa Claus are the same, iin't they ?" Mamma i " Oh, these children." Ai American" colonel" sent his hope aud heir to a Paris lbarding-school. " There' ae a lot of swells in our schobl," said the hoped ; Sthey are all princes, counts marquises; and so fort...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

,HOUSEHOLD HINTS. BReiAD HsH. Chop any kind of cold meat fine, scald and add twice as much dry bread ; add butter; salt, pepper, and sweet cream ; mix thoroughly and warm up well. MUTTON CHors,-Trim neatly, season and dip ' each".into a beaten egg and then in cracker crumbs; put into 'the oven in a drii, ping pan, with two spoonfuls of bautter and; a little water;' baste frequently, and bake until well 'browned. BaIAD OaiEcer.-Put a cupful of bread crumbs into a sauiepani with about as much cream, salt, pepper, and a very little nutmeg. Let staniln until the bread has absorbed 9ll the cream; then break' six eggs into it, and beat together; turn into a pan, with a little melted butter, and fry like other omelets. I Bas -WATER.-Procure a glaasbottlewith a 'wide mouth and ground stopper; fill:twp- thirds full with" deodorised alcohol, and kbdp addie g rose leaves until you cannot force more into the bottle. .Let the whole stand for several months, keeping it air-tight, and strain when ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NIAGARA FALLS. SOME OF THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE GONE OVER THE CATARACT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

NIAGARA FALLS. SOME OF THE PEOPLE .WHO HAVE GONE. " OVER THE CATARACT. 'Within: twenty-five years more than sixty persons have gone over the falls. Last summer seven went over, four on the Americani side and.'three on the Canadian. Of those who go over. the American. falls,,the bodies are "seldom recovered, they tell me, while the bodies. of those who go over on the Canadian' side are usually found. This is because of the jagged rocks which lie .hidden in the whirl and foam at the foot of the' Aherican falls-these, grim teeth" that they are, seize upon the 'vitimn delivered to. them, and hold .hin'in a grip.which shallo'ot' be relaxed until 'the sound of that trumpet at whose blast the most' in accessible graves shall give up'their dead." It is generally boatmen, I. am told, fa miliar with the river, who. fall a' prey to the falls.. Crossing and recrossing the river in safety thousands of times,' know ing, as they'suppose, every phase of the current, they finally.come to:-look? upon...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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A WONDERFUL CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

. A:WONDERFUL, CLOCK: 'A woniderful clock, said to bsuperisor in niechanismn and the variety of its per formances :to the famed Strasbourg astrohobnical' and'i aipostolio b~lock;,. ws placed' oi "exiibitibon iii 'amtmany'Halt recently, and for a considerable time will remiain there for the inspection of thWe' public.. This. clock:.was constructed at Detroit by Professor Felix? Meiers, a gentleman who has devoted his entire. life to the study of astronomy :.and me chanics: It is called' the' "'Aieiican lNationhiial- Astronomical COlock," and is probably the mostr comple and, ngent. ous horol'ogical' rk- th'ark th'ihei hand df man' has ever produced The clbck is 18 ft: high, 8 ft.wide5 and .: ft. deep, and. weighs 4,000 Ibs. It.is wound; once in twelve. days, andis ,run. by weights,of. i;00i. lbs. ..i~ shows, the local: time ihn hours, minutes, and' secouds, and 'We .time of;tiirteen other cities of thet world,'. among which are Washington, San i Frai. eisco, Melbourane, :Pkiii, Cairo...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

ILAILWAY TI3IE TABILE. 3IELr.OURNE TO SALE. a.m. p.m. . d a. d 3eleTurne to- ... 7 55 7 - - Arimadale ... 8 E .. - - Oikleigh ... 8 23 35 1 6 1 (0 J?a"denong ... 444 563 0 2 0 P.er-iek .. 5 19 4 0 3 0 I'akenham ... 9 141 0 4 0 Bunyip ... 9 5 10 8 0 5 Droain, ... 10 20 3 0 0 0 , 'arive 0 435 7 Warragul d e 105610 0 0 7 0 .c" (.depart 10.!?27 .17 Waterloo ... 11 1017 2511 6 7 -0 Trafalgai ... 11 237 3812. 6 8 6 oe ... 11t 42 5713 6 9 0 ilorwell .. 1 78 22113 0 10 0 Trtalgon ...t1 2 4310 0 11 0 Flynn's Creek 12 0 5117 012 0 L'osedale .. 3 19 1 08 c12 C Sale .. 4019 5521 6 14 0 SALE TO MELBOURNE a.m. p.~. s. d. a. d. le to-- ... 7424 4 - - Bosedale ... 8 184 40 3 0 2 0 Flynn's Creek ... 8 31 4 53 3 6 2 6 raru-gon ... 8 53 5'15 5 6 3 0 1oerw el ... 9 14 5 360 G 4 6 Moe , ... 9,390 1 .8: 05 6 Trafalgar ... 9 58 6 20 9 0 ~1 0 Waterloo ... 10 106 3210 0 6 6 Sarrive 10 30 0 52 1 C 7 6 d opait 1050 7 12 Dronin ... 11 72812 0 8 0 Ilunyip ... 11 2 7 51 13 09 0 Pakenhaw ... 12 1 3 2215 0 10 0 Be...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Wit and Humor [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

Can the girl who drowned herself because she had warts on her hands be said to h-:e sought a watery grave? - Don't kick a man when he's dowa if yen can help i;but don t,kik 'him when he's Up under any enametancr. He might ..- "ir" he taid,'"I am aaian msn. I earmy heart upon myleee. "Do you!' aid a cymc; "then it may possibly occur to you. that your heart is notin the rirht place" - It is only-when you take your wifea:d daughters to a Charity Bazaar that yea really appreciate the truth and beauty of the proverb-" Charity oerur a multitude of rhings!r - A man accidentally .shot i deg, and in tryin toexplain to the owner how it oc. anrred, ac entally shot him.- -The coroner thought he ought to explain how it all hap. pened, bus couldn't get a-jury that was illing to. listen to the explanation; they were all " a kind of hyof him, as it were," as "our Jack" would say. A few weeks ago we went up-country to spend the 'i ght with an uncle. 'Before starting we telegraphed-"I shall ring your...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN OPAL RING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

AN OPAL RING. Leopold Aston, with his happy blonde face and immense fortune, had brought a letter of introduction to Doctor Sherwood, of the Elns, and Doctor Sherwood had taken Leopold Aston by the hand and introduced him to his two pretty daughters. Nhow it happened that the latter had never been thrown min the company of two pretty girls in domestic life, and he found the house hold habits and dainty white'aprous of these young ladies very charming. In the first dazzle of pleasure they looked to him very much alike, but by-and-by he found Arabella and Mildied Sherwood were very different. He' was to stay at the Elms during the summer. In the autumn he was going abroad.-' ; "To England, to Germany, and to Italy," said Mildred. " Yes, and to Paris," responded Arabella,. and she shut her thin, scarlet lips over some resolve. When Leopold came in from a fine, breezy walk by the river, Mildred was dusting the ornaments on the mantel, and Arabella was re-arranging some'flowers upon a ta...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, 15TH OCTOBER. ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

BULN BULN SHIRE COUNCIL FaDAY, 15TH OCTOBER. oRDInaRxY MEETFGO. Present: The President (P. J. Smith E'sq.; J.P.), and Crs: Garside, Irwin, Hill, Gallagher, Gardner, Ould, Sulli van, Fawcett, Sutcliffe and McHugh. The minutes of last meeting having been read, Cr. Sullivan drew the at tention of the council to the fact that motions on letters had been carried at the last meeting, but were not recorded in the minute book.-The President said that it was his fault that such had not been done, as he had sugggsted at the last meeting that, to save filling up the minute book with useless matter, the custom should be dispensed with. He wished councillors to determine on the rule they would adopt.-Cr. Gard ner thought the President's suggestion, a good one, but would like to know if there were any.rules for their guidance besides those contained in the Local Government Act.-The President said there were not.-Tho matter was then settled, a resolution to the effect that any motion carried shoul...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tales, Sketches, &c. HER GRAND MOTHER'S BROCADE CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

ealts, hettlces, &r"a HER GRANDMOT~ER'S BROCADE cHS±TE- L "Oh. mmac Tre w?ds w ?a ca--=-e - askossl, blt not,- tone of vroee--the manner of devery. The azre aus a E. l and rather shabbly fr-,s=ed room, made still more dismal and foric?- by the cold, g-ay ligh: stin=ily fur -^hed. to is throun =as-rw wind f?ro m a The lter, a wom a little .ast middle lie, was dressied in widow a weeds that, also al.am - v; ', stmlt- app =iFacyy thesd, woe- fax. -he wis*M d earyeyee. She was eir.inr with he hands claspeds ter the wairk, whic had fallen away reJm IThe o?.?g doo- ad '" Oh, mama r" woo.;: a tfat masorn 'arni . as srimal as Ite '- v _ p-y-_ c- o: t age. It was 4Z ? == s` ref -h e ff cr 1 e i EC . a sin- tha - mza i v to the flowerE and the E= fr. 2 :e- err eni e"ane of biss. It r :like s- J-ff-e ,i---eal cdeads o o :-- 3a_-h sk? ZLd Iebta' down the ^ole a-' sa 2n-La- 'sv 'r, a Eidlin June '"on e'" earth So Tesh gan -:i- =i -l of chery hope a-ri -r-:-.1 e: T- w- = de zssal rvoae s*...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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OPENING OF THE MORWELL STATE SCHOOL. THE OPENING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

OPENING OF THE MORWELL STATE SCHOOL. THE OPENIr'G CEREMONY. The new State school at Morwell was formally opened on Wednesday afternoon last by Major Smith, Min ister of Education, who was accompa nied by F. C. Mason, Esq., member for South Gippsland, and John Gar diner, Esq., the member for Carlton. The Major was very brief in his re marks, merely declaring the school open; and Messrs. Gardiner and Ma son also spoke briefly at the opening ceremony. DLSQUET IS IIOSon oP THIE EVENT. After the arrival of the evening train from Melbourne, a banquet was held in the new school. Mr. Donald Shaw occupied the chair, having on his right hand Major Smith, and Messrs. -Mason and Gardiner, Ml's.LA., and on his left Mr. Langridge, Commis sioner of Public Works, and Messrs. Tucker and McColl, M's.L.A. Mr. Kelleher, ex-president of the Traral gon Shire, occupied the vice-chair. About 60 persons sat down to an ex cellent spread provided by Mr. Mur dock, of the Cricketers' Hotel After the usual loyal...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Agricultural. HOW TO CLEAR DEBT-ENCUMBERED FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

• . FARMS. One or two of the granges of the State have reoeitly hitupon discussions of subjects pecu liarly interesting to farmers, such as " Forage plants," "fortilsers," "crop rotation,", and others. A matter of vital importance which some grauges have expressed as 'follows: " How to got out of debt and how to keep out," seems worthy of more' than passing notice. The Grange "Patron is aiuthority for the statement that many farmers in California are considerably in debt,'oppressed: by haid times,' and by local' difiioulties,' so that' though holding their own and hopeful for the future, a pinching economy is' necessary. Indeed farmers 'work: hard for what 'they have, inid:take risks, as do men in'other call. itigs; perhaps greater risks, if one considers how seasons and prices'fluctuate. A.m?u who goes upon -a'birren' hill-side;'or settles in some lonely'ravisi,. miles from neighbosr 'to carve'otit a competence and found abhom. stead for his' orildreo,'is often'forced'to owe. sonie...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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WARRAGUL LAND BOARD. THURSDAY 14TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

WARRAGTUL LAND BOARD. TuUInsoDAY 14 OCTOBEn. The following applications were dealt with by Mr R. Moore, the land officer: 1. Geo. A. Dumaresq, 319a. Sr. 3Gp., Allambee East. Postponed. 2. Mary A. Giles, 311a. Ir. 30p., Allam bee East. Recommended. 3. David Aubrey, 90a. Or. lip., Bunyip. Postponed. 4. Geo. laffey, 18a. Or. Op., Bunyip. Postponed. 5. H. A. Lousada, 67a. Or. 31p., Drouin West. Postponed. 6. Geo. Glendinning, 318a. 3r. Op., Ko ramburra. Recommended. 7. David Hill, 319a. Or. 29p., Jumbunna. Postponed. 8. Eleanor Varey, 36a. Sr. 24p, Narracan. Recommended. 9. Jno. Harvie, 120o. Or. Op., Neerim. Recommended. SPECIAL CASES. 10. Jane MeGillivray, 17a. Sr. 24p., Drotin East.-For non-compliance with conditions of license.-Forfeited, and license to issue to Alfred Knott, subject to valua tion for improvements in favor of Jane Mc Gillivray. 11. Patrick Gleeson, 10Ga. Sr. 19p., Long wnrry.-For non-compliance with condi tions of license. 12. Henry Donaldson, 319a. 3r. 27p., Mtir b...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

Public Notices. RESULT OF THE ELECTIONS. Goods Cheaper Than Ever. SECOND ANNUAL CLEARING SALE, FOR CASI, OF Balance of STOCK te the VALUE S oF £2000. L2000. £2000 TO CHOOSE FROM, AT THE ffEL'BOURNE HOUSE, WAJIRAGUL, FOR 40 DAYS ONLY COME ! COME!! COME!!! Seeing, you will believe! Seeing, you will believe i ! Seeing, you willbelieve ! ! ! That the Prices are the Lowest, and the Value the Best ever offered in the District. Look at the Prices ! Look at the Prices!! Look at the Prices !!! I Everything is of the Best Quality. No Adulteration. No Shoddy. No Light Weight. Drapery Department. White Calico, from 4;d. yard, 4s. doz. (Extra good.) Grey Calico, from 41d. yard, 4s. 3d. doz. (Extra strong.) Flannels, lid., Is. 3d., Is. 4ld. Never such value offered before. Winceys, 4,d., 5id., Gd. Not tobe beaten. Check Winceys, 4}d. Is it not astonishing? All Wool Plaids, 2s. 2d. Did you ever? Satin Cloths, at Is. No I never. Satin Cloths, all colors, is. lad. Come and see! Satin Cloths, best bl...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

Educational EDUCATIONAL. DAY AND BOARDING SCOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES 4 APPSLEY PLACE, EasTERN HILL, Melbonrne. ESTAnUsIIED 1SG5. Fees for boarders, weekly and full, vary from ten to twenty guineas per term, ac cording to age and requirements. PnosPECrus ON ArPPLICATIOO. There are four school terms in the year, of rather more than eleven weeks each. For pupils entering after the commence ment of a term, a reduction in fees is made commensurate with the period that may have elapsed from the fixed date, or if pre ferred, the term may be made tocommence from the date of entry. PosrtenPT. Young ladies who have advanced beyond the stage of the general schoolroom course of study, but whose parents or guardians may wish them to stay for a time in Mel bourne for educational purposes can obtain BoRDn AND RaSIDENCE AT TosRrNGTON HoUSE, which establishment is within easy reach of the University, the Painting Gallery, the rooms of the most distinguished' professors of music, &c., the Fitzroy...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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The Warragul Guardian. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 18S0. Messrs. Guthridgo & Co. hold their usual fortnightly sale at Warragul to-day. Attention is directed to two advertise ments under the head'of tenders'in'another column. Last night's "Herald" says,-Represen tatives of the shires of Bulu Buln and Nar racan asked for money to make tramways from the main lines into the. iiterior, a distance either way of 10 miles from each station. Some conversation ensued, andthe matter was left for future consideration. Owing to pressure on our space caused by lengthy reports on local topics, our article on the Exhibition is unavoidably crowded out. We have to crave the indul gence of some of our advertisers for once, the exigencies of "making up" being our excuse for leaving out their announcements *Mr Moron, the member for the district, is at present suffering very severely from sore eyes, as affliction which fraquently follows messes, from which coml ?int, as most of our readers are aware, Mr Mason has just recove...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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LEGAL ASPECT OF DRINKS, DRINKERS AND DRINKING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 21 October 1880

LEGAL -ASPEOCT OF DRINKS, DRINKERS AND DRINKING. A " common drunkard." is not a regu lar tippler, but one who is frequently drunk.. Proof that one. was drunk sir times on six different days in three months, when there is no evidence of his state on the other days, does not entitle him to the presumption that he was sober on other days. The rule of law is, that things are presumed to continue in statu quo. An "habitual drunkard'" is one who has.the habit of indulging in intoxi. cating drinks so firmly fixed that he be comes-dronk whenever the teinptation is presented by his being near where liquor is sold. The phrase "addiceed'to the use of intoxicating liquors" means, not the occasional excessive use, but the habitual. excessive use,. A court being called upon to define in an insurance ease what was meant by saying "a man had always been sober and temperate," very wisely concluded that such a thing could not'be'said of one who, although usually sober 'and tempe rate in his habits, y...

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