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LAND SALE AT NEERIM. TOWNSHIP BLOCKS AND SMALL FARMS. SOME SPIRITED BIDDING. A SATISFACTORY RESULT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 April 1895
LAND SALEAT .NEERIIM. TOWNSHIP BLOOKS AND SMALL FARMS. -0 SOME SPIRITED BIDDING. --0 A SATISFACTORY RESULT. Wednesday afternoon was a busy and exciting time. at Neerim, the normal serenity of the locahlity being disturbed by the arrival of horsemen and vehicles from all parts 'iffthe district, and a general air of.' ativit and stir. The centre of the 'stle was a block of land abuttiign1 th'e Main road, and constituting a`'p'rtioi of the twelve-hundred-acre estate owned by Messrs. Hogan Bros. It consisted of 320 acres, and had been surveyed into totOshii allotnients and small-farm blocks, for sale by public auction by Wm. Hamilton and Co. Two-o'clock was the-time- announced for a start, and by that. hour a numerous crowd had assembled on the spot. With characteristic punctuality Mr. A. C. Groom got into position on the seat of the buggy, and with a "Now, gentlemen, prepare for busi ness," straightway began to express his dpinion of the lerits oli the: soil, and to point'out the" iple...
To-Day's Flax Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 April 1895
To-Day's Flax Meeting. - As will be seen by advertisement in another column, a.sheeting willbe hldin the Shire Hall to-diy? at 2 .oclock; " to conh sider a proposal forsenconraging the cultiva tion of fibre plants in thisdistrict, and erect ing a mill for treatment of the same." As the cultivation of flax and other fibre plants will undolbtedly ttractthtatfeiitont ot f miny of thoarmer this distrit diurig the next season, seeing that it is proved tobe far more profitable than cereals or root crops, it behoves all those interested in tihe cultiva tiosi of theo soil, to attend the meeting to be held this afternoon. A special representa tiv of a Mlelbonie Flax Exporting Firm will give an address and answer any inquiries and it is to be hoped there will beo a large attendance.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 April 1895
- Auctioneers' Notices -HENRY HANSEN Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - STOCK ENTERED FOR TIHE BULN DULN AND WARRAGUL MARIKETS - FREE OF CHARGE. - Valuations Undertaken r-Loaens Arranged:~ LOcAL RErIESErTATive OF MESSRS. WM. HAMILTON & CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY,, 20r APRIL, 1805. Y-b. 11f AMILTO' TI &dco will sell by pV ublic auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock For Owners- Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Ac. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY. Sairo APRIL.. 1805. W M. HAMILTON & CO. willhold their ' next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the abovedate, when they will offer Horses, Cattle, SSheep, Pigs, Ac. WM.' HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street. Melbourneo LEOIGATHA SALE. FOIITNIGITLY SALE. Thursday, April 25, At One p.m. Sharp. W M. HAMIL...
St. Joseph's R. C. School. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 5 April 1895
.St. Joseph's TO . School -,The annual examlination of theoabove school took place last week, - and the results to hand show the school to be in a most satisfactory condition. In all classes a high percentage was obtained. in all subjects, the total percentage of actual passes in the school reaching the highly creditable average of 02 per cent. The Inspector, the Rev. Father Hurley. of Ilorwell, expressed himself as greatly pleased with the examination the result of which must be highly gratifying to the head teacher,: M-r. O'Donoghue, and his able assistant, Miss Fitzgerald. The following is the prize list: S:xioas-1st, Maggie Egan; 2nd Mary McIntyreo; 3rd John lintel and, Agnes Liotel (equal). 4Trl CLAs-l1st Annie Coleman; 2nd Mary Fitzgerald; 3rd e)onis Duggan. 3Rnn CLAss-let Patrick Carroll, 2sd Hannah Trainor; lrd Edward Lenihan. 2SN CLAss-lst Kathleen McGrath; 2nd Sissy Fagan and Christina Coleman (equal); ird Lila McIntyre. 1sT Ctss-1lst John Monaghan, 2nd James Nix and Eilee...
AMUSING BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
AMUsiNG BREACH OF PROMISE C Esa. This is a familiar line in the newspapers, and one which always attracts the eye. And yet, when we come to read the report, how often do we find that the case is not very amusing after all. Indeed, considered rightly, the breaking of a promise is a very serious matter. Aman who is once guilty of such an act is never trlsted again. When we are suffering from indigestion, sick headache, or from any disorder of the stomach, why do we turn to Holloway's Pills ? Because they promise relief in such cases, and have never yet broken their promise during a trial in all parts of the world for nearly sixty years.
Not Generally Known. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
Not Generally Known. The following legal decisions on news paper law are published for general infor. mation 1. If any person orders his paper to be discontinued, he must first pay all arrears or the publisher may continue to send muntil payment is made, and, then collect the whole amount, whether the paper is taken from the office or not. 2. The courts have decided that re' fusing to take newspapers and periodi cals from the post-office, or removing, and leaving them uncalled for, is prima lacio evidence of intentional fraud.
PRO BONO PUBLICO. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
PRO BONO PUBLICO. [BY LYxx.] They say that the Warragul Race Club will hold its first meeting on 24th May (?) They say that the comedy "Our Boys," is to be repeated on 24th May,. for the Warragul Hospital benefit. They say that President Anderson has secured a box of English salmon spawn for our permanent streams. They say that the operetta, "Trial by Jury" will eclipse all former efforts by the club. They say that the Masonic socials are almost certain to start, and are bound to take oni, with S. E. D. at the hehn. They say that several buggy loads of Warragulites are going to the Lardner concert and ball to-.morrow evening. They say that R. H. C. misses bigger fish than any knight of the rod and line in Warragul. They say that M. D. J. is about to start an athletic club in Warragul--50 mem. bers. They say that the Hospital plain and fancy dress ball will be a gigantic suc cess. They say that it served two prominent Warragulites right to be taken down by the three-card trick at Yar...
FLAX CULTIVATION. MEETING AT WARRAGUL. THE BONUS TO BE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
FLAX CULTIVATION. MEETING AT, WARRAGUL. *--0-o- THE BONUS TO BE CONTINUED. A very large and enthusiastic meeting of farmers was held in the Shire Hall, Warragul, on .Friday afternoon, to con sider the desirableness of cultivating flax on an extensive scale in the district, and erecting a crushing plant for the treat ment of the same. The meeting was convened by Mr. G. W. Anderson, l'resident of the Shire, but being unable to attend through indisposition, Mr. It. W. Judd was voted to the chair. It was anticipated that the managing director of the Farmers' Loan and Agency Coy. would have been in attendance to address the meeting, but he was unfortunately detained by an important business engagement, and consequently the pro ceedings partook of a somewhat informal character. A representative of the firm, however, was present in the person of Mr. Watson, who gave some information relative to the cost of machinery, and stated that his firm would do all it possibly could to provide the re...
NOTES ON DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
NOTES ON DAIRYING. The butter shipping season for 891S.5 practically terminated -on the 31st March. There will be occasional Ebipments right on through the winter, but only in such quantities as will help to relieve the surplus here. Still, if the prce our winter butter will net after paving all the expenses connected with export, leaves a better return to the producer than its market value in Melbourne, there is no reason why lchiplments should not be continued all I the year round. The mistake our factories are making is in not being prepared with shipments of cheese for export, just about the time the butter shipping season terminates. Good cheese is now realising a price in London that would pay our factories far better than converting the milk into butter. It will now be interesting to glance at the value of the butter trade for the season jist expired, according to the figures given in the last issue of the "Australian Farm and Ilolne." The total output of butter from Victoria...
NEW MILKING MACHINE [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
NEW MILKING MiACHINE A surprise is in store for all Auis tralian dairymen, in the shape of a flew milking ;machine which far ex ceeds all the expectations that were entertuiped, Irespecting it. The machine has been subjected to a severe and lcngthened test in various parts of Europe, and does its work quite pefcectly, without injury or in convenlence to the cows, and will milk twenty or more cows at once ia?d as rapidly and perfectly as a mani or woman could'do a single cow. Two .of theimui'hines will soon be exhibited'i ,practically at work in Adelaido, and all persons interested will be afforded an opportuinity of.being present at the. d?ioinirntia?on "If all thiat is claimed for this nmachiine is?boriie oi-t in prac tice, the greatest difliculty with which our dairymen have bad to contend in the past will have been' gtot::over; PAd the human milkdes, W'ho :g abrongly object to the drudge ?y ofl the milking 'stool will lbe ablo' to devote their energies tg more conigenial enmplo
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
Evening services will be held at Paul's during this week. Specia'l 3i noon services for children will alo be. Certainly the best niedicine kno ' Sanders and Son's Ecnalypt' Ekd'¢ Test its eminently powerful etlecfc coughs, colds, influenza-tle relief in stantaneous. In serious cases, " . cidents of all kinds, he they wound b scaldings, bruises, sprali-" t iu tl?e ° remedy-no swelling. no inlamut' Like surprising effects producel i?" a`' diphtheria, bronchitis, diarrhoafr drp` diseases of the kidneys and urinary reg In use at hospitals and medical cliniO" over the globe; patronised by IiI l3i'' the King of Italy, crown'l \t1 n' and diploma at International -at ", Amsterdam. Trust in this a.. article and reject all others.- ?-VL'
A KIND THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
A KIND THOUGHT. One of the nicest of Lord IIopeti -. acts of thoughtfulness was his hf1 well visit to airs. laxtoel, an r: Scotch lady who has lived for I number of years in South Yarra. M!I Maxton's father was in the s1a: Highland regiment as one of La Hopetoun's ancestral relations; Lo' were together in the field of \'ad:. where her father was killed. TL" incident has always been consideri I tie of remembrance by the ib;i family. The old lady, who i - very handsome and has had heri: o somewhat romantic life, °" pardonably gratified by this additi2h to the many proofs of kindness iE? had received from our late Go-recn: In the midst of all the bustle of - parture lie found time to walk or: and bid her good-bye.
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, APRIL 9TH, 1895. Receipt and Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
THE , 'ITOII WICII IS L.COrPOAEIsT TUESDAY, APRIL 9rn, 1895. Receipt and Pay. The following accounts are lying at the Receipt and Pay Office, Warragnl : R. Burns, P. Bellingham, J. Crawley, F. A. Carlsson (2), A. Cain, J. Clarke. J. Ducey, H. E. Farrall, E. Frost, It. Gregg, H. F. Hayes G. Heodges, J. Halvey, J. F. Joyce, D. Jones, J. Jennot, R. Jolly, T. Kelleher, P. Kinnane, C. Leach, T. J. Lonergan, W. H. Martin, M. Mackenzie, (3), N. O.McGuirk T.: 3I'Low, L. Millar, A. M'Kenzie, J. E. McMahon, W. Ml?anton, C. Moore, W. O'Neill, J. J. O'Neill, L. Paul, F. Palmer, lt. Paterson, W. J. Roberts, J. Scott, C. Stepleton, W. S. Uridge J. W. Williams, J.. Callow, J. F. McNamara.
THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
THE DAILIES DISTILLED. At the monthly meeting of the shire of Poowong and Jeetho the financies were shown to be in such a condition that no works could possibly be done, and a motion was carried that the usual monthly meeting, which would have been held on 9th April in the 'ordinary way, be ad journed until the following month, as there was nothing to meet for, a cheque being passed In trust for salaries. The Maclachlan bequest of £1000 to the Gippsland Hospital was paid over last week, and will be found a very acceptable addition to the funds of the institution. The scullmng match for the champion ship of England and £200 a-side between T. Sullivan, of Now Zealand, and "Wag" Harding will be rowed on the Thames on September 0. In well informed circles it is regarded as certain that Sir Henry Loch, late Governor of Cape Colony, and formerly Governor of Victoria, will be offered the post of Governor of New South Wales. It is believed that Sir Henry Loch will accept the offer if no red...
Anniversary and Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
Anniversary and Farewell. Farewell sermons were preached at the Warragul Wesleyan Church, on Sunday, by the Hev. J. Thomas, in connection with his forthcoming depar ture to 3airnsdale. It was also the anniversary of the Church, but this circumstance was naturally placed secondary to the farewell character of the services and the regrettable severance of Mr. Thomas from the pastorate. In the morning there was an unusually large congregation, and at night the place was so packed that it was necessary to accommodate some of the congrega tion with seats down the aisles. The Church was decorated with ivy evergreens and flowers, and festoons of greenery were suspended from the gasaliers. In the morning the rev. gentleman preached from the words, "And we beseech you, brethren, to. know them which labor among yout and are o.ver you in the Lord, and admonish you; And to esteem them very highly in love for their works sake, and be at peace among yourselves" (2 Thessalonians, 5th chap. 12th ve...
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
RECEIPTV AND PAY OFFICE. * - -0--- J; dwanu :-; G. HenIteil M. AC t. lvert - J. G. lIoroley M.; J:.IHite?liceson W.' CI ittl * .. Hutiheui . " : C:older "MI .A :-lailesoi :" ,. Holder"'" .: 8.pe ner t: Jdohlnson a: pt)r 1 Ken Il A rW.:Kelly S. Chndle? E.L G. Kirkland. A. C, CDon" , (-J: Keyly H. Itsh. W. L. Knealo T. Gapesi . . S. Laver Thorpdale South J. Larkin Creamery. - . I. Lemipriere E. Weeks P. F. S. Musgrave M. Mulcr:'e D. Mlurdie G. Napier . I Moore .H. W. Boultns W w. G. M'Gown W.1 H. Gardimer C. J. M'Murdie W. Beilby H. Neill A. C. Groom ' F. Newbury F; A. AFoxall C. M'Keonzie W.G. Tong F. Nicol S. Laver A. J Nicholson S? Adkins W. O'Neill C. Adkins M. O'Neill J. Ashby It. O'Neill P. Baker : J. 11. Potter A. Butterworth H. Price G.. 1oarko T. i'ilkington C. L. BIower. T. C. Parker J. T. Br.usgrove J. B. lolls D. M. Loyd W. Hitchie J. A. Boyd W. Iowley J. Cohen J. Sloan T. Carter . .Stark T; M. Clark T. J. Sheridan G. Charhlont T. Smith G. Cathcart .F.II.B.Shackleford A. E...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
Bunsmess _?-ices. SG O EITZER'8 ANTIT-DYSPEPTIC COCOA." HAY, GC9R & SEED DEPOT. ;. T. COLQUHOUN, ecd, Grain & Cha~il Merchant (Le?: a. r. IYEI:S. ¶ CO.) Niaicr-strect, Warragul. fo;'er and Vegtable Seeds n Great Vanicty. Iiorse Fccd, Fowls' Feed, Grass recd, Potatoes, &c. BONE DUST- -BONE DUST, - All at the Lowest l'ossible Prices. - M,,IS. J. ROSS, - Queen Street, Warragul - "i AS a L.arng and Varied Collectlin of I1 STATIONEltY, _ CHILDIIENS' TOYS, SCHIOOL REQUISITES, SFlh as l ioc', Slates, Ings, &c., IItABEI;ASIII"IY, Cottons, Wools and Crewel Silts. !'.: 0il :laints, and the beautiful Enamel 1',:.. Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFEC.'TIO:NER'Y. Agent for Singer's Yewin; Machine and lleisinates. Al i?o Fruit and c .aetalles in Season. Cll;lS'IAS and NEW\ YEAll CAIIDS and TOYS in Glent Variety. P'ostage Stamps for Salt. MILK! MLK! MiLK! o ,-HOI IT DOES CONCERN 'rc:;h milk Delivered daily 2 QUARTS FOR 3D. CASH ONLY Direct from "Carrington" Farm. L.r ...
FARM AND GARDEN. CALENDAR OF OPERATIONS FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
FARM AND CARDEN. CALENDAR OP 'OPERAITIONS FOR APBRIL. [By Thomas Lang and Co. Nurseyicun and Seedsmen, 435 Bourke.-street, Mel bourne, who supply all garden and farm. requisites.] Barley and Tares for green feed in the Winter, should now be sown 2 inches deep broadcast, 2 bushels of Barley and 1 bushel of Tares. Broad Beans: Sow 2 inches deep in rows 3 feet and plants 6 inches apart. Sometimes a double row is made the rows being 6 inches apart, and the next double row 8 feet away. The idea is for the. plants to assist each other in withstanding th wind.' DiiW; ith thed hod a drill 2 inches deep, and.if ground is dry, water heavily. When plants have grown 6 to 12 inches high draw the soil round the stems to assist in supporting themi. 1 lb. sows 80 feet, Cabbage and Cauliflower: Sow ; of an inch deep broadcast. Transplant to well manured grotiid allowing 2 feet every way. 1 oz. sows bed 4 ft. by 20 ft. Plants put out nowi will mature iii June. Varieties such as " St. John's Day" aid ...
LORD HOPETOUN AND THE FARMER. YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN HIM EAT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
LORD HOPETOUN AND THE FARMER. YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN HIM EAT. -0-- I cannot, says a writer in the "Malvern Argus," resist relating an incident which has never appeared till now, which occurred to some friends of mine residing at Green's Creek, near Stawell, in which Lord and Lady Hopetoun played a pro minent part. At that time they were staying at their country place near Woodlands, and were in the habit of riding for miles and miles about the district, My friends cultivate a farm and are good hospitable folks. They• were just sitting down to dinner when a lady and gentleman rode up the gravelled walk leading to the farm .house. The mother went to the door and when she looked out the gentle raised his hat and said " May I obtain a glass of milk for my wife ?" As he uttered the words he approachel quite olose to the open door through which h'e could see a table just laid for dinner with a steaming round of corn beef garnished with a large cabbage. He looked wistfully at the table, and ...
Entertainment at Warragul. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 9 April 1895
Entertainment at Warragul. 7 Avariety entertainment, in which the programme was supported throughont by juveniles, wvas given in the Public-hall, on 'Friday evening;with a view to raising funds for repairing the organ of St Paul's Church. The various items were of an entertaining character, and some of them were somewhat novel to Warragul. They included the following:-Mrs. Jarleys Waxworks, Tableaux, Woodnymphs ; Song, " Midshipmito," Master Murray ; Dance, Sailor's Hornpipe; Song " Swing ing," by the children; Tableaux. Gipsy Fortune-teller; Grand March. Duet, " Qui Vive," Miss Dacomb and Miss Taylor: A Glimpse of Fairyland; Examination Day; Statuary, Music, Song, and Dance; Song, " Comrades;" Master Lewis ; Dance, Tambourine; Finale, The Bogie Man, Mr. A C. Lewis and Company. Miss Dacomb officiated at the piano throughout the evening, and Mr. A- C. Lewis acted as stage manager. M. F. H. Small also rendered assistance on the stage. The decorations were both lavish and effective, an...