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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, 22ND OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 28 October 1880
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE: FRIDAY, 22nD OCTOBER. Tuesday, November 2 '(cup Day), is appointed to be observed .'as a public holiday at the banks and Government offices. A rvery lengthylistof lessees andlicensees in arrear is published, but would be too long for our columns. Persons interested can see the."Gazette" on application at this office...... ... Applications for leases approved: Payable at Traralgon: .R. Brown, Traral gon; J. Missen, Ley Yang. Applications to, transfer. leaseholds. Thomas Burns, 201a r i1p Traralgon, to Edmund Kelleher; Wm. Thoihson,5:0a Or 8p and S0n Or 14p Loy Yang to John S. Roberts; Mary Birani, 318a 2r 4p Drouin East, to Richard Biram;'!Agnes Watt, als lr 21p Jindivick,to Bridget Walsh. Holdings amended.-T. H. Lucey, Wood side; Alphonse Wuttrickr, Traralgon., Applications' for licenses approved. Payable at Trarslgon:' Jesse Hasthorpe, Tanjil and Moondarrah. Payable at Mel- bourne: H. F. Williams, Jeetho; A. Stod- dart, Bunyip. Payable at Buln Buln: G. Napier, N...
Facetiœ. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
Somebody says a wife shouldbe like oast ladmJt-teider'andnicely dresed. Albachelor aidds-And iitliithout any sauce. Friendships made n no tiine reli i nmde m ino i, tiuie they.; don't 'liang" long together,;? ,,: i.; ;....: ." } , i A writer, in speakine of ,bonnets, says the coa:l-scuttle. was in voue whei'bliushing was known ;.bt bothl ire now obsolete:'. ..i 'iMark.Tainin,; ;Icturin" bn 7 the ,Sandwich Islands, olbfered to l show how tihe caibalsacat their foodl-if soie lady ' oiduld?'lend lhi~i a baby. The lecture was not illustiited. A new pill has ibeen invented 'in' America. It is made: of india-rubber. One .box both cures your cold' and' renders .your overcoat inipervious.to water. :~ . An old smaid, is more liberal than a young one.' The latter may, always be 'willing to. lend 'you a hand . the formner will, give you one, and even thalnk you, too.,.:: . .: : It is said that souind traiels at the rate of over 7000 miles an hour, and' ve wish: the izilkmn~wiiould remember thi...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
I MELBOURE E MARKEIS. (BT LCTnc;C TELEGZEPnrn W~a. IIHaniL7os Co. repor i;,r rk: ending th'e :3rd November :-Fat Ct'.:. 1,700 yarded, supplyincluding serer aerer lots from the north; fair demand for _. ". and prime at ratesabout equal to I I'. other lots being dull of sale. Fat She' - About 14,000 forvard?; demand gor all lots suited to the trade at rates so!ji:( in advance of last week. Fat Lambs. lbout 30,000 yarded ; brisk demand about sixrenom per head ad-.nve on wa week's orate
TO MARY ANN (THE BUTCHER'S DAUGHTER), (THE REJECTED BAKER'S BOY). [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
(TuiBOUTCHER'S AdirdBTrR), •.Y-THE DISCONSOLTE, JIM ? . (T~E REJECrTES AR.~iR's? OY)?. i 'Proudbeauty. ??loughl you pass meby,:: All in that butchier s cart+ , Yet,' far and wide, I'ls still pmroclaim ', :What, thoughi you've: robbe&ime of !that same, In bygone days of yore; .,, o ."A :;i . •. Your.spell is past, your power s gone.;.. I'll doat on you no more. , ,: he peaceful blossom of the bdi .' . That picks the earlyworm_.?. . I, like the stillness of my breast, So now, for ever, fare thee well, "? ? : i Thou sweet girl,dressed in'blue; :,. Like fishes undeneath the wave, I'll never thinkl ofpyon. .ei .?l;iu,the brin main 'll'thio?'.w , ?;'' y vlery o wretched carcase,?, ;".::.., nd, loating dewn infb the sea SBe etfy.bykale sind sharkers. .. ;5;,,c".'si..N A'~ EY!1
Good Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
S. rh"'?'Is oeery, ono ;is iuivardly, so. he jddgdeth outwardly. '',..,..,...,,E t , + ,"-II j Slie rises. the highest in ,tie Christian ilift iwh benids th 'loect. ' "L~re is not' altogether 'a delirium, yet it has many poitit~ in common :I ca 1it 'rather, a discerning of the Ifiniite in the Finite iot the Ideal made Real .Sorter Resar;sy. .. A 'wimaier liecomes strong to.stem thd tide only :by frequently "bresting -the big waves. If "you.praciice alwavs in,shallow? water ?roi heart will ass?redly fail-in the iout Lof flood. : The 'st iso higher than the body, but lowei than the spirit iu rank. It is.that part pf,,nd that feels, uinderstands, lives, aniid communi cates ,life, mobtion, and feeling tof the body! The spirit is that part of its that?worsrhips believes, adores, and takes cognizance of' spiritual:things. : Iu animal.s this is wholly Nd 'on0 who ' hb a isached the a'of threq score enars arid ten would, ipon" eeflection be willing to rub outitfrom the experidace in life th...
THE CHEAPEST MEDICINE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
STHER OCHBEAPEST MEDICINE; About the c:heapest :medicine imortals can use'is sleep. It is a soveeige remedy for weakness; it relieves languor.I it hores restlessness, uneasiness 'ad irrita bility; it, will remedy. .headache? aind .teethache,and backache and heartanhe i it cures sorrow and nervousness, and will make heavy bunrdens seem light and great trials look veryismall. , When weary we should rest; when ex. haunsted we ,should. sleep: To resort, to stimulants is suicidal; what- weary men need: is sleep, what exhausted: women :need:is 'sleepwhat nervous and peevish children need is sleep; The lack of sleep causes neuralgia, paralysis and insaiiity. :Many a person dies for the want of 'sleepp and the, pointt where many aisufferer turns his back: from: the very gates of death to the open path of life is the point where: he -sinks into sleepi.: Of almost every sick man it "may.be said as ofLaia rus, ' If he:sleep he shall do well."i :: 1No inatter how hard a mannmay work, if he can ...
WARRAGUL POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, 30TH OCTOBER. (Before P. J. Smith, Esq., W. D. Garside, Esq., and C. Sargeant, Esq., J.P's. DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
WARRAGUL POLICE COURT. S.tTID.a, ;0tirn (0CTOERn. (Before P. J. Smith. lEsq., W. D). Garside, E::q,, and C. Sargeant, Esq., J.'s. I)E:T CASES. William Miarshall snmmoned John Dane to show ca:its why an order of the court for £6 1is tid should not be :enforced. Mr. .Knott for plaintiff, Mr. Colnnins for defelndaut. The Bench made an order for the payment of the amount to thecClerk of 'Petty Sessions within six weeks; in default defendant to be imprisoned in Sale gaol for one month. Charles Phillips v. T. F. Lennox. To show cause whI" an order of the court for £L1 is should not he en forced. M3r. Knott for plaintiff. Mr. Conllmns, who appeared for the de fondant, asked for an adjourmnient of the case. but the Bench refused the application, and ordered the payment of the amount forthwith, in default one month's imprisonment in Sale gaol. " James Loung v. JRoseph Barker. Goods sold and delivered. 7s. M3r. Knott for plaintiff ; no appearance of defendant. Order for the amount with 22s Gd...
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, NOVEMBER, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS, NoQvmrz1E, iSSO. Brand. Creek, Saturday.'Gth. Waterlco, Saturday, 13:h. Sumram?n, issued, Sth. Trafalgar, Wednesday, 17th. Summousse issued, Thursday, 11th. Deouin, Saturday, 20th. Summorne issued, Monday, 15th. Warr?gu!, Saturday, 27th. Suumc?*res issued, Mo=day, 22nd.
COUNTY COURT, WARRAGUL, FRIDAY, 3rd DECEMBER, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
COUNTY COURT WARR-A GUL, nFnY, 'r, 3rd Dzct,,z 1SSO. Last day for issuing, \o-ember 13ih. Last day for serving, Noromier 17tIS. Last day fos filing. Norember lSand D. W. MI'GRATH, P. iotrar.
HOW A FIELD BATTERY COMES INTO ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
HOW A FIELD BATTERY ! COJIES :INTO ACTION. Did you evir'see a battery take posii tion. ?: It hasn't the drill of a cavalry ciharge, nor the grimness of a line of bayonets moving slowly and determinedly on, but there is a peculiar, excitement about it that makes old veterans rise in their sad dies and cheer. " :-. ' We have been fighting at the edge of the wood.' Every cartridge-box has been emptied once and more, and a fourth !of the brigade has miielted awiy in dead aih wrounded ad .riissing. Not a cheer'is heard in the whole brigade. We know that we are being driven foot by foot, and that when we break back- once more the line,will go to pieces, and the enemy will pdoor through the gap. Here comes help ! Down the crowded highway gallops battery, withdrawn from some other post tion to save ours. The field fence is scat tered while you could cdunt thirty; and the guns rush for the hills' lehind usi.' Six horses toda piece, three riders to each? gund. Over dry ditches where a frarial...
THE COLONIAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY (LIMITED). [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
TILE COLONIAL MUTUAL LIF.i ASSURANCE SOCIETY (e.I1HrTl)). The following is :a extract from a: late issue of the " Post illhgazine and Insurance .lfonitor" (London), thei oldest magazine specially devoted to topics connected with the principles :tau practice of Life Assurance: "All parties connected with the Colonial Mutual Lifo Assurance Society must con gratulate themselves on the very marked improvement noticeable by the figures just presented, when compared with the previous year's report. In May, last year, the accounts displayed the fact that the, annual income was ,£70,00 Is. lid., but the lines now show .297,55. 5s. Id., thereby hld:lgiisg forcibly to notice an absolute increase of no less a eum than 43-7,. lGt Is. id.,. Tlhat such a total should have occured in so short a time 'at the Antipodes' may wel occasion surprise here, more particularly when it ie remembered that Mr. Murray Ross, who established the Liverpool and London in Melbourne, was first staggered at tha: apath...
CORRESPONDENCE. WARRAGUL TO WELSHPOOL RAILWAY & TRAMWAYS v. ROADS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
CORR ES POND ENCE. WAR1IACGUL TO WELSHlrOOL RAIL WVAY & TlRAMWAYs v. ltOADts. TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE GUARnDIAS. Sir,-- was agreeably surprised to find that my letter, Warragul to WVsshpool Railway, reached you at a time when you seem, by your leader in last weeks issue, to have been devoting your attention to the best means of communication for the whole shire. There are, I should think. few people in the shire but would admit that 50 miles of tramways would be more service able than 10 miles of railways, but when the national policy of the colony requires that some distant place is to be reached and brought into easy and quick columunication with the metropolis, I think everyone wi.1 allow th:at the object can only be obtained by a railway. ýnuch, I p:esumue, was the reason that this line was introduced into the Government railway scheme, and it would be sucidal policy for this district to allow the Warragml to Welshpool line to sink into ob:ivion while we are arguing amongs...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
Sir,-In your leading article of the 2sth you intimate that' there is a great deal of discontent throughout the district. Sow, sir, you must allow that its origin is through selilshness. Mr. Mason cannot be held respousible for what place the railway will start from. He, with a gr.mt deal of hammering at the Ministry and P:uliament has so far advanced railway estension in South Gippsland as to get one line to Mirboo and another to IHeyfield placed on the schedule. I think that -Mr. Mason deserres the congratulations of the district instead of the grumbling and discontent; He cannot bring a railway to every man's door, neither can the Minister of Railways he blamed for not putting tramways on sis railway scheme, as he told the deputation that waited upon him re tramways that the money was borrowed for a specified pur pose, and it would be a breach of faith to appropriateitfortramways. Tbhe arracan ShIre will have a branch line through the south-castportion of it, a want long felt not ...
Miscellaneous [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
ff.iscclýtalnr ulS 'The Scotch have a saying-" Who cheats m.ae. shame befall huni; if he cheats me aih, shame befall me." -_The examples of all aes show us that mankind in general desire power only to do l?n and, when they obtain it, use it for nSome people wander all over the world and learn little. Others "wander intheirminds" and do no better. There is no greater obstacle in the way of to-turn "up,-insteat of-going-to workl-and turning up something. We spend half our lives in making mis. takes, and waste -the- poor -remainder in re fleting low easily we mIigll Haveavolded tlieni.' L 9 There is no funeral so sad to follow as the funeral of our own yontli, which we have been pamperisigwith fond desires, ambitious hopes; and all the.bright berries that hang in poisonous clusters over.the path of.life. ; ,.A correspondent wwirits to .enquire if we can recommendh-liim a good school ''where hisson mayreeiv e ,an edncation to fit him for a manly aniduseful life, withost'inylios. bug abo...
FIFTEEN—FOURTEEN—THIRTEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
FIETEEN:-FOURTEEN=- . S. . ,THIRTEEN. ,-:a ··-;;:,: i ::It? was on: a 'blnsteringcvening nMarch :that . Mr. l Alexander: Ashe;. pausing in his rapid progress through one of the .tree-chris tened streets which bisect the city. of Penn, took from his pocket a letter, and holding it iell up to catch, the somewhat uncertain light of 'alamp, studied .the address with zeal sharpened'y y'suden apprehension. "ConfoundUncle Nat ! rie muttered,: "I wish he wonld learn to piiut tails to his 5's. 1314, no; 1514; no;: that: qutirl certainily nmst mean a 3.:' Well, this is really too bad. It never occurred to me till this moment that there could be a mistakeh but certainly it is 3 and.not 5. A nice business, it .would be to makle.a blunder in heiress-hunting.. Pshaw! But,.it's;to. please Uncle Nat. He's been good to me in his way, theoldellow has, and I can't 'well refuse so slight a favour as tlhat I should call on these-what's their name ? LAshurst, even if he doesgo onto air what he c lls his ...
Tales and Sketches. MARIAMNE. A TALE OF THE TEMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
aules vit ltctdlc$. MARIA1MNE. A TALE OF THE TEMPLE. In tie "Bibliote?tgqe Ambrosienne," is an ancient Greek manuscript copy of an epistle by St. Thomas, rejected in the compilation of the New Testament as uninspired, but still regarded by the Church as the authentic pro duction of that apostle. Among many passages of extreme beauty, I was struck by the following : "The worldly-sighted are as the blind in the presence of the Lord." "Neither shall the subtle triumph over the purein heart." The fading rays of the sun had already cast their parting splendor on- the prond-Citytof David, gilding the pinnacles of her magnif} cent Temple, the crested towersof her battle ments, and the lofty summit of Mount Olivet, with that rosy hue which alike marks hisris ing and setting beauty. A throng of the inhabitants were issuing from the eastern gate, eager to enjoy the delicious coolness of the approaching evening, which is nowhere more appreciated than idi the arid climate of the East. The sage ...
The Warragul Guardian. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
THURSDAY, NOEMIIBEI 23, ls9O. The ordinary meeting of the Tmurasigre Shire Council will be held on Monday next. The secretaryappointed at the Ist ordinary meeting declined to enter on his dutes. and a special meeting to fill his place was held last week. The presentation of the testimonial to Mr. P. C. Mason, which has been so lo]o delayed by various adverse circumstance=. is to take place at a banquet, to which )Ir. Berry and his colleagues have been invitel1. on the 15th inst. Mr. Berry has accepted the invitation, which was sent by the Buln Shire Council, as well as by the members cr the Mason Testimonial Committee; in fact. ir. Berry himself appointed the day, as the following letter, under date 1st SN vember, from Mr. Mason to Mr. Percy J. Smith, the President of the Buln Buln Shire, will show: "My dear sir,-Nr. Berry has definitely named this day (Monday) fortnight, the 15th inst., as the day upoa which it will be convenient to himself and colleagues to attend the banquet at W...
Household [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
To FREStEN A, lLA.CK Lics.BARC?Bn 1 'a half teacupfiul of botjwat'er..put one tea 'spoonful'of the magiical mixture; brush the dust.from the lace and place on, a cleap towel; dip : small spongein the water. an. Iqueezd" 'iprtly' dry, iand. then gently: an slowly sponge both sides'obf. the.barbe without gettiig it very? et';:fold in ýth ctowel about twenty, mindtes;.' andr l.'thenx p.lce, between tibisselikc browin paer npuit 'on a woollen blanket, andpresswith'ahalf cold'in ; 6r you may press tweei'' the leaves of ver laeg'e books, !and' place hieavy ' eights' o them. . .. "T; THnECoaE FOa :CuoLEsa IlINRTAN it-It has NIeen lemobstratedithatcholeinainfantumei is so checked by the tonic effct: of: sudden removal to. fresh air'that thd sick child al most :invariably;,recovers.:. :The Seashoie Home of thisi city begs the physicians cori nected with, the dispensary to send for its h9spitalitythe children mostLii danger-and they do: so ..i o favorableis the.effect of tlc prompt change to ...
THE VICTORIA RACING CLUB'S SPRING MEETING. THE DERBY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 4 November 1880
('LUlS SPlING 3IEETING. (Iv .5Z,?OE-s.) THE DERBIY DAY. The great racing carnival of the V,.ar Iat) coni:lne!!ced on Saturday last under mo-t favorable nuspices. weatler excepted, for though fine in the early part of the day, he::rV showers fell in the ::fterniool, anid to : certain extent marred the pleasure ,f the ,8o.oa people who assembled to witness the sport. The firt irace on the programme was the Melbourne Stakes, which was won by Chester. Respite heing secmd and Moinarque third. In the Illotham iandolicap Vellington was fir~L. Prattle scond. :nd The Pontiff third. For the 1Mari hvrnong Plare there was a manififcent sace up tho straight between Welcome .Iack a:nd Lavdi:i:. the result being a dead e.::t between these two promis ilg youlgsters; the other placed horse was Spininigdale. The Victoria Derby. which followed, was a most interesting race, terminating in a g?nrud struggle between the two favo rites, which ended in f:ror of Grand Flaneur. who beat Progress by a bare le...