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JUMPING A MINE. THE GREAT SOUTH LONG TUNNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895

JUMPING A MINE. -4--e THE GRBEAT SOUTH LONG TUNNEL. -o-- Quite a sensation 'as caused in Walhalla during the early part of last week, when it became known that an attempt was being made by certain parties to "jump" the two leases re gistered in the name of the Great South Long Tunnel Cp., and forming the main portion of its ground. These leases are south and adjoining the ground at present being worked. An inquiry has been applied for by Mr. J. P. Burrows, one of the parties, but we are not yet aware that it has been granted. The grounds of objection, webelieve,are thatthe labor covenants have not been observed in respect to the leases referred to, inasmuch as they were taken up when the company was formed and no work has since been carried out in connection with them, the ground at present being worked by the company being included in the Long Tunnel Company's lease and quite distinct from the ground contained in the other leases, and as it is alleged that the leases have not been ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895

RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. Dcp. a.m. p.m. p.m. Wrargml .. 11.9 4.35 7.55 Droun . 11.21 4.50 8.10 Longwarry 1.1.. 5.5,m.8:2 Bunyip .. 11.38 5.15 8.32 Garfield . 11.45 5.23 8.39 Tynong .. 11.52 5.30 8.46 har-nar-goon . 12.0 5.40 8.54 Pakenham i.. 1221 5:52: n')4 BBeaconsfield .. 61144 eick t .. 12.30 618 X923 sDadenong . 12253' 6.0 52 Oakleig (a) .. 1.16 7.19 Oaklezgh (d) . 1.21 7.23 10.16 Melbourne ,.., 1 '1:45 L17.52. ,10.40 4I Pý`71tFT.E l IIILN 7'i WKARRA',UL . a RDep-l r z r .a.m am.n.aiP el irn . 7.o0 1150 4.30 Oakleigh .. 8.22 12.30 1.2 Dandenong 8.46 ,1.15 5.2 Bernick ;.10 1.42 5.52 Beaconsfield . 9.13 1.46 5.56 Pakenham 9:.31 2.7 6.14 Nar-nargoon .. 4 2:18 6.24 Tynoog :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: . 10.23 3.21 7.10 WVarragul 10.38 3.37 7.25 WARRAGUL TO TRAlIALGON. Delparture, a.m p.m p.m Warragol . 1118' 5.45 7.50 Bloomfield 1115 5.52 7.55 Darnum 1L-22 6.0 8.0 Tarragon 11.33 6.15 8.10' Tra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895

Public Notices.` SAMUEL A. JAMES Pianoforte & Organ Tuner and Repairer. TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN. - ADDRESS - a, z..JDODDS, Teacher of Muidic VcTroB ST st.FAnipstdýI %'` . Piilioa d Organs"` ' (Leading Makers), Cash orTime-payment. T`STBRUMtE\TS °TAXE'; X"EXCHAN5GE : ,Isjfr ~ P Wp:E~.~j et:r~~· CO . the SALE of PToTS and ORGAN " ýn South hGipjsland HAMERS liABOR AGENCY. '-0 : -- 159 LONSDALE STREET, ` MELBOURNE. FABMERS,; DAIRBYMEN, and other F''."~ - Employers-of TiRn Ser Cis -be Supplied- ith First-lass Ser vants--No Charge-No Delay-by ,maiking their requirements known tome. Immediate attention given. [CARD.. . .) HAMERi& CHESTER,, General Commissioni Farmers' Agents, 159 LONSDALE STREET MELBOURNE. GOLDFIELDS. - WEST AUSTRALIA. - . - -- -- ADELAIDE STEAMVISHIP CO., L riani. Cheap Passage Rates, By Express Passenger Steamers. Neii Sailingi .s. ''TEAPO," TUESDAY, 29th January., at 4 p.m. from Australian Wharf, Melbourne, For Albany, Fremantle, taking Passengers to Geral...

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THE IDLE MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895

THE IDLE MOMENT. (BY STENTOR.) That was an innocent minded indi vidual who, the other day, propounded the question to the Buln Buln Shire Council askin" if it were generally known that ttere were rabbits in the district and "how they got there." There is a delicate little ingenuousnees about the remark that must commend itself to the most matter of fact. It is so refresh ing to think that there is still a small moiety of people in the universe who rise above the very cosmopolitan phase of existence of the present day and dwell in thought superior to those of their more plebian-minded fellows. How is it they got there? Now this is a question tlhat will open a now field for the studiously inclined wherein they may exercise their perspicincity, still we cannot help wondering gravely how it is the question hasn't been broached before, for it is a matter of such vital importance that it is really most singular that it has not arrested the attention of men of intellect until just at this ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE WARRAGUL FORGERY CASE. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895

THE WARRAGUL FORGERY CASE. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. -o= ACCUSED COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. At the Warragul Police Court on Tuesday before Mr. C. A. C. Cress. well P.M., a young man named James King, agedl9, was chargedwith forging and uttering a cheque of the value of £4 10s drawn on the Commercial Bank and purporting to be signed, by a McDonald's Track farmer named Richard Herbert, on December 22nd. Sergeant Hiilard conducted the pro secution. Prisoner was undefen ded. The Sergeant having recited the circumstances, as detailed in our last issue, called Richard Herbert who said accusedwas about a fortnight in his employ and left his service about a month before Christmas. Witness did not write the letter produced, signed 'Richard Herberts," and addressed to Mr. Anderson, neither did he authorise anyone else to write it. There was no " s" in his name. The cheque produced was not in his handwriting. He did not sign it and did not give authority to anyone else to do so. He had an account at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895

Business Notices. SCHWEITZER'S "THE ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." arragul Shoeing Forge PALMERSTON STREET, site Post-oflice, WARRAGUL. JOHN BUTTERS - T PLIZETAKER as HORSE-SHOEP -;FIEFIr sn fARROWS MAKER cnn CUG1GY BUILDER. Shoeing 416, 5!6, 6;6. - s Laid 36. Colters 216 ING secured the services of mpetent Wheelwright, Sof Vehicles can now be Made and hRepaired on the Premises e Lowest Possible Rates. kins. Skins. Skins. HEST Price given for Eangaroo, Wallabc, Bear, IRabbit, Opposum and Sof Native Skine: also. Bessanx, IIorsebair. Sheepskins, Ac. Delivery. No Commission or other Charges. .W.MATTHEWS, & 522 Lonsdale-street, West Melbourne. NATIONAL TRUSTEES, EXE TO1S and AGENCY COMPANY AU:STRALASIA, LIMITED, Subscribed. £150,000; Paid up 000; re erve Fund, £+1,400. ecs: lion. N. Fitzgerald, M.L.C., ;Hon. Walter Madden. M.L.A., W. S. J.P.; lion. W. I. Winter Irving. B. OShanasay, Esq., J.P. s, ci:ern. Esi. -end by Special Act of Parliament utor, t. rus:ee Aagentsforabsentees Directo ...

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THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18TH, 1895. OUR DOINGS TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895

THE Illarnrgal 3narbian WITH WRICn IS INCOUOHATED alite Waragill -glan. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18Ta, 1895. OUR DOINGS TO DATE. A significant tribute of the esteem in which Mr. Arundel is held by the staff at' the -Warragul Post-office was made manifest a few days ago, when they presented him with a handsome biscuit barrel and a set of silver serviette rings on the occasion ot his removal to a Melbourne suburb. Mr. Arundel made a suitable acknowledgment of the gift, and naturally felt gratified at this spontaneous exhibition of kindly feeling towards him. Mrf. Arundel and family left Warragul yesterday morning, and were bidden "good-bye" by an appriciative circle of friends at the station. Mr. Arundel leaves to-morrow. His successor-Mr. Drummond, of the General Post-ofice has arrived with his wife and family, and will atonce take up the management of the oflice. Mr. J. Eaton, who for six months past has acted as clerk at the Warragul branch of the Bank of Australasia, has been transferred t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 18 January 1895

e =Auctioneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - S TOCK ENTEBED FOR THE BULN ;.BULN AND WARBAGUL MIARKETS - FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations Undeitaken- -r " ,' f, 1D i .-' ' :!'Loans Xrranged. Locri RzRizs rNTIav or B ,.]ii'Thil ··-- -, ·· B idii Bain. Monthly Market. ,ttC liESrmif WITaAiiTOw;' (10 ESATURDAY, 26is' JAN., '1894. TX-Mp.aAM3 LTO &CO. will sell by VVpublic auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owners- .6 Fat Cows Springers:i .. 4 . pifers t Steers 15 Heitfers 10 ("OSteers frVom Neerhim 1~P5priogers ·:._; 3FatBonlloeks ; From Mlorwell 6 Sprinkers 5 Fat Cows .,Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WE. HAMILTON & CO., Warrogul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 8ru FEB., 1825. M'Tit. HAMit.TON & CO. willhold their ;, r ez. Mnethlr Sale at their yards, St rtL. Ca Lson:' Livery Stables, on the t,;Imef, ...

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The Texas Cattle Fever. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

The Texas Cattle Fever. The so called Texas cattle fever is one that'is not confmed to the borders of that. state, but extends to many other part of the country. The United Stat-? bureau of animal industry has been el amining the matter, and in the repcrt for 1892 it is claimed that the disease s one that is limited by latitude and is a disease of the blood which destroys ti:a red corpuscles. The disease is causne largely by the peculiar condition of thb blood of the animal, and when the blot is filled with bad matter that has be'-: drawn from the food and snrroundins the animal is just in the stage to co_ tract the fever. -A small disease par site is bred, and the whole mischief co- it from this. If the disease is inoculated into tlu blood of strong, healthy cattle, they- il have the fever also, but it. is caiiir.r from cattle to cattle by means of the small ticks and flies that suck the blc re from the animals. The infection i-' caused in this way and not from brea w ing infected ...

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Bone For the Poultry Yard. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

Bone For the Pooulty Yrd. Green bone, fresh from the market, is a valuable food. Dry bone, as found at ponltry supply stores, contains little na tritive food, says Farm Poultry, which explains that the former is not bone alone, but contains a large per cent oa meat and gristle, and by a little selectic of these bones they often contain 75 per cent of nutrient material. The dry. bone is invariably produced by prolonged boiling or steaming, and often potash and naphtha are used in the process to extract the last particles of fat in thrr, for soap making purposes. Greenbo . and dry bones, as the terms are used, .--: practically different thing. The price ?f dry bones per pound should have oe bearing upon the price of green bons, and vice versa. They are obtained at dif ferent places in a different way. One cns be stored and sold by the bag; the othbt cannot. One can be ground and prepared by steam power at large factories and sold at wholesale; the other cannot, un less it be to a very...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

F0OnREIGnCo, TITMrro is often declared to be t4e cause of much. of suffering in this counTy, and we are told thaltthe number of forcignersin England; ifake it very difficult forthe Englishman to get a living. However this may be;, if is certainly true that the presence of forign matter in the blood endangers the health of the whole system. To purity the blood and to correct disorders of the liver and "stomach, the only -certain. safe and agreeable medicine, is Holloway's Pills. If you snffer from gout, rheumatism, orlumbago, scalds burns, or simila evils you must use with the- least possible delay Hollowais Ointent. For overhalf-a.century these famous remedieshave been the faithful friendofsmn,. - ..:^ . Public Notice. DRINK "Myrtle" Blend P TE A In Fackets at Is 38(, Is Gd and Is Od per lb. In 51b. Tins at (s, 7s & 8s 6d each. In lO1b. Tins at 12s, 14s and 16s Od each. • ., DRINK "Myrtle" Blend SEPTEA% In Packets at Is 3d,: Is id and.ls Od per lb. In 51b. Tins at Gs, 7s &am...

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Bacon In a Warm Climate. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

Bacon In a Warm Climate. To prepare bacon for long keeping in the south very much more care is re quired from the time of the killing up to the time of storing away than is nec sary in states farther north. Thoroughly expelling the animal heat before salting is indispensable, and hogs should net be butchered except on cold days. The salting must be heavy to preserve the meat. but no previous precaution will be of any avail unless the drymeats, such as hams, shoulders and middles,. are canvased early in such a manner as to make them perfectly fly proof. Each' piece should be well wrapped in coarse paper and be tightly sewed up in heavy: cotton cloth, cut to fit it, and then: dipped in a thick colored lime wash andi hung in as dry and cool a place aa~ possible, Smoking and sprinkling wit,. pepper are both good for a finish in curing, but are nb protection against damage from flies. If you can arouse curiosity/by an advertisement, it is a point gained. The'. fair sex don't hold all the...

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COMMERCIAL BANK [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

COMMERCIAL BANK lThie prospects of the Commercial lBank of Australia are brightening. T"h, half-yearly report for the half-year inding 31st December last, gives the net profit for the term at £13,853c 12s dl. showing a favorable improvement upc n the previous half. A substantial rcuuction in charges is shown, in accordancc with the policy of the d:r.ctors to reduce expenses wherever possiblc. It is not proposed to pay a dividend. aid the amount to credit of the profit and loss-viz., £23,400 1Ns .d--will be carried forward. Mc .rs. Nelson Brothers are opening 1T store: in London to deal with Aus :ii."i produce. The manager is to be Mr. C. I. Valentine.

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LIVE STOCK THE HORN FLY. It Rests Around the Cow's Horn When Not Biting Elsewhere. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

THE HORN FLY. It Bests Around the Cow's Horn When XNot Biting Elsewhere. The horn fly, Hcematobia serrata, was introduced into this country in 1886 and seems to be rapidly spreading through the eastern and middle states and into Canaa,-proving. iery annoying. to the _ atS< Te fignres- aredkindly lent by the United States entomologist and are greatly enlarged, the parallel lines be neath the fly and by the side of the other figures showing the true dimen sions. The fly is dark gray in color, resem bling the ordinary house fly, but only about one-third as large. It obtains its Hoax FLY Hr BrlTINWG ATUXDET . popularname from its habit of alighting around the horn to rest when not biting, as being a place where the animal cannot easily reach to brush it off, but it does no damage to the horn. It shows the same instinct in selecting its places for biting, usually attacking the back, flanksunnder i;de of the belly and the neck or head. It works its way beneath the hair and gorg...

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Horses' Teeth. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

Honrse' Teeth. Between 2 and 8 years old our colt begins to change his teeth. The mid dle pair of front teeth are pushed out by the permanent teeth which take their place, and the same process is taking place far back in his mouth among the molar teeth. From this time until the horse is 5 years old these changes of teeth are taking place at short intervals, and we may consider what steps may be taken if any cause interferes with the natural process. Occasionally a milk tooth, instead of dropping out at the proper time, becomes entangled between the two neighboring teeth and causes a great deal of annoyance to the poor.colt. This is shown by an unusual amount of slobbering, the colt eats very little, and in bad cases he spits out his food after partly chewing it. Occasionally ioe breath has a bad smell, and there may be swelling of the tongue or cheeks. These symptoms are common to any disease of the teeth or injury to the back part of the tongue or jaws and should lead to an immedi ...

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POLITICAL POINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

POLITICAL . POINTS. The Government will summon a special session of 'arliament in March to deal exclusively with amendments in the tariffll, and will enldeavour to bring the session to a close before Easter, which this year falls early in April. The Premier hopes to be able to prorogue 1'arliament at tihe cl of this week so as to permit of his leaving Melbourne on the 25th inlst. for Ilobart to attend the conference of Premiers and the meeting of the lFederal Council at the end of the month. Mr. Turner promises that lie will enquire of the Commissioners of the Savings Bank whether the rate of intereet on deposits should not be reduced from 3: to 2~. per cent in view of the large amount of money deposited there. Mr. Mason has given notice that lie will, in the Legislative Assembly on Tuesday, ask the Commissioner of Crown Lands and Survey if his attention lies been called to the fact that a large export trade in hardwood timber from Gippslaud and elsewhere is now taking place between...

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TURF AND FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

TURF AND FIELD. A Lady anglers' competitions. first arranged in the colony, took t on Saturday. The fishing .:, was the Werribee River. auni prize was a gold bracelet oflrd Mr. John Littlewood, of the An: Club. The attractions that tempt lovers of fishing and shooting the busy metropolis to South GI: lahnd waters have been enjoyc " numerous visitors in the ho:. season. one very pleasurable successful trip having been enjoyl t by 'Mr. A. C. Groom and his fri: from Melbourne. The 'Super' which was charted for the cculn: returned to Port Albert on Sr::ý last, after a ten days cruise rt Snake Island and Corner Inlet. Carbine is shortly to be sold, s Lord Hopetoun may buy the so L Musket. It will take about £7,00, do this. The Yanks want champion equs. The English Eleven matdch at D denong on the 25th and 26th is to eclipsed by the Great Eleven ma: at Craubourue on the 2'rd, betw_ the Berwick and Cranbourne 51: Councils. There is sure to be so_ tall scoring on both sides (at the lei: tab...

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ALL SORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

ALL SORTS A new company being tioat don to purchase mnoriul per? Coolgardie. The investing rbi hit over the venture, howerer shares have not been fully subs2 The marlket rnust be gettlin gorged with West Australian stock: An inventive minded youngs~,r into a much respected lady's the ,other day in Dandenon a; observed trespassing by the jd owner. "WVhat are you doiir queried the lady." ' Oh,"' sali hopeful, " I couldn't help it; I the fence!" The father f ought to coach him--or sometlur ? Messrs. E. A. Cole, Mlirboo ,, E. Lyne, Leongatha, propose ,t, mob of about 100 tat cattle to t; bourne market, Their charg es 3s 6d. a head from Berry's Creelk, froi~ Mirboo, which is less than what it costs by rail, with the al advantage of having the beaits ir bruises, and consequently in a condition for market. Gras; Jound nightly, and the stages e exceed 14 miles a day at the The drovers intend taking tu bs fortnightly, or as arranged. We have received a copy of l;r, Guide for January, friom t...

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A CROWN PROSECUTOR RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

A CROWN PROSECUTOR RESIGNS. Mr. C. A. Smytli has declined to accept the new conditions imposed ono the Crown prosecutors, whereby they are to be availakle for duty on beha"f of the Crown in any court of the colony, or in any district, instead of being allotted a certain district a :t receiving special fees in the event of a call being made upon them to take up a case outside its boundaries. Thi refusal necessarily involves the retire ment of Mr. Smyth from the position of Crown prosecutor. The grounds upon which Mr. Smyth declines the new terms are principally that in his opinion the work cannot be pro:perly and eficion:tl p-rformed. Mr. Smyth Will continue the practice of his pro fession as hitherto. Mr. W. S. Garnett, of Stawell, whlo retired at the end of the year, will be re-appointed a Crdwn prosecutor, He will look after cases in the western portion of the colony. - r " "•::

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WINDOW DRESSING COMPETITION. A INTERESTING EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 22 January 1895

WINDOW DRESSING COMPETITION. A INTERESTING EVENT. -0-- The proprietors of the "St. lKi!I Advertiser" evidently desire to enc-o: age in the store-keepers of that ac the adjacent suburbs the art of attra: tive window dressing. They acce: dingly offered prizes for the bestdisp.i on Chrfitmas Eve and were rewari by receiving twenty-seven entric representing St. Kilda, Prahrt Glenferrie and Malvern. The prih: were valued at twenty-six guineas ai were supplemented by tiophies p sented by the Mayors of Prahan a. St. Kilda, and the President of tL: Malvern Shire. The judging nw undertaken by a committte c prominent ladies and gentlemen, a.: their first award. valued at -f12 1 l was given to Messrs. Walker Bro-s. grocers, Fitzroy-street St. Kilda, on0 of whose branch establishments is thi well-known cash store in Smith-streui Warragul. ' A conspicuous feature of the disp:a. was a plum pudding of enormoup proportions, weighing 761bs, a: which occupied nine hours in mixinu. and was twenty hour...

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