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WHAT DREAMS MAY COME. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 April 1895

WHAT DREAMS: MAY COME. a Inii a receint lecture at the, Royal Institution, 'Dr.' B. W. Richardson says that the ,sleep of health is dreamless. " Dreams," says Shake speare,- " are children' of an idle brain." If:both the' doctor and the poet; are right it follows 'that idle brainhs"a'r\e "un~tlh hy' brains. No doubt 'there'nsight be truth in the inference,:but that is :not quite the point. Are all., dreams signs of a diseased: condition? To..this the doctor says "No." " He divides dreams into two classes; those started .by other causes outside the sleeper, and those producdd l iy sain, fever, or indigestion. :-Here we inject a faotz.. We. receive 'iultitiides bf lettere"s containiig this affirmation, almost in identical 1 words ; "I was worse tired. in the a morning than when:I ' went to bed. To this the doctor has an answer. He says, " When we feel. wearied in the morning: very likely' it results from dreams, that we have forgotten." Quite so. ;In' 6ther :words these is a bodily co...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 April 1895

i^uotoneers' Notices HENRY HANSEN, Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted, - STOCK ENTERED FOR THE BULE L BULN AND WARRCGUL MARKETS - FREE - OF . CHARGE. - Valuations Undertaken-- ' , --Loans Arranged. LocAL RE'RERLETATIVE OF MESSRS. WOM. HAMILTON & CO. Buln Buln Monthly Market. SATURDAY, 20rs APRIL, 1895. WTTM. HAMILTON & CO. will sell by 1': public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clook For Owners- Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO.. Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Di Warragul Monthly Market. FRIDAY, 3Sn MAY, 1895, Wy M. HAMILTON & CO. willhold their V next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the C above date, when they will offer- Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c. WI.' AMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne LEONGATHA SALE. FORTNIGHTLY SALE. SThursday, April 25, At One p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 April 1895

Business, Notices. SCHWEITZER'S ANTI-DYSPEPTIC COOA."' HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. T. T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain mChaf Merchnt (Lher A. P. MYElIS & CO.) : ' Napier-street, Warragul Flower and Vegetable Seeds . " n Great Variety. I- orse Feed, Fowls'.Feedi Grass Seed, Potatoes, &e. 0BONE DUST- -BONE DUST, - All at the Lowest . Possible. Prices. - MRS. J. ROSS, -Queen Street, ,Wa agagul HAS a Large and Varied Collection of STATIONERIY, CHIILDRENS' 'TOYS, SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such as Books, Slates, Bags, Ac., IEIEIIl)ASIIEItY, Cottons, Wools land Crewel Silks... lIch oil laints, and the beautiful Enamel aints. Fancy Goods--largeiariety. :sFECTIONERIY. Agent "fo? Singer's Sewing Machine and Requisites. Al'o Fruit and Vegetables in Season. , CHIIISTMAS and NEWV. YEAR CARDS and TOYS in Great, Variety. 'ostage Stamps for Sale. ETII T From One Guiniea a Set! E tT I .l l :: " : ý . . . · ?liII MR. JOHN STEWART, Eiirt Registered Surgeon Dentist EETII o' THE I l or TIlE EE'H. ...

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IN TIME OF DANGER. A TREACHEROUS FOE LURKING IN TOWN AND COUNTRY. HOW TO CONQUER IT. GOOD NEWS AND COUNSEL FOR MEN AND WOMEN OF EVERY AGE AND SOCIAL CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 April 1895

:i: IN :TIME OF, DAN?ER. A TREACHEROUS FOE LURKING IN TOWN AND COUNTRY. 11- HOW TOW QURIE IT. GOOD NEWS AN D:COUNSEN',LP OR2yN? ANDi WOMEN OF. EVERY AGE AND SOCIAL CONDITION. romiun the age. bfifbty :to.:thatr off sixt_ ._man who properly regule prime df life. From thirty to fifty the' same can be said of womaiei. But there are critical periods before that tilie'iandlfar more criticil ones. there after. There are so 'many things attutkiig us all throingh'lilife;, that 'life itselLmay, be.. said to 'be filled with critical periods; but throughout iF: all there is one. great, ,:cue paramount! "daiuger:-It is a danger-that-has been brouglt about by modern civilization. gItis a danger'thai mienaces both mten' and women. ,It ish a dadgner'that is most insidious bechuse'it is so little understood. I;::lt'is a daugerthat is most : treach erous and deceitful; ' "That" din?ger is Bright's disease of the kidneys. , It attacks both,men and womeni; and it. attacks them in,, different mannersand...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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WARRAGUL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 April 1895

WARRACUL SHIRE, COUNCIL at The' ordinary meetingof tLs Warra gul Shire Council was held on Wednes- ' day, present-President Anderson, Crs. re P. J. Smith, A. W. Harvic, J. I. st P'arkes,.W. Walker, and C. S. Afleck. fi From Topp Bros., South Warragul, at asking for slaughtering license.- w Granted. P. From John Barnett, Darnum r offering, to accept. the sum of £5 to alldw Council to construct a' drain within his boundary fence, on the a, condition that the contract was let, tdo t James Simpson.-Agreed to. i'n From John Blackburn, Boowong 1. East, asking to be placed on rate- 5 payers' roll.-Agreed to. From J. Irwiii, Bloonfield, 'again calling upon the Council to clean out fr drain leading from Lillico-station A] through his land, otherwise he would it take steps to force Council's hands.- " Referred to Law Committee. From H. fansen, Warragul, stating that he had to destroy a horse on the a 22nd March, which had been injured' a oii the crossing on the Drouin-road, and claiming £8 da...

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TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 April 1895

TELEGRiAM'. Victoria.-To or from any station, iik words or under, 6d.; each additional word id. Nalne ;and address of--sender-and rece'ideris hot charged , "N.S.WVales.-Ten words, is. ;additional word, 2d. S. A-triralia andTao maia; -Ten words 2s.; additional word 2d. iQtie'enslannd and Western Anutralia. Toei words, 3s,; each additional word 3d.

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POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 April 1895

POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLooS AT GrENEAL PosT.OkYICE. Parcles, 4.30 p.m. the day before steamer le?es. mle stered ]efters 11.80.' .m." the day, maill veiies:s ,t, q Ordinaryletrs, pakets andiewspapers 4 p.m. day mail leaves. Intercolonial, -Britih. oand foreign, Pareles P1st. Limit of,~weiht, 11 lbs Postage-[-Uiited Kingdom2 Ilbs or under, ls; 6d. ; each' additionil 1 lb dr under, 9d. India, 1 lb. br under, s: ; bach additional 1 lb, is. I'arcles are also forwarded, via London to every colony and eonntry to which thd United Kingdom sends parcels.. Rates and particulars can be obtained at any poet oflice. o a E GENE IAL. Postal Rhitles.-Inland.-,Letters.-Every ounce,: i... urgent letters, 6d. additional. Intercolonial.-Letters.-Everyhalfoonee or under, 2d. - tPaekets.-Every aoz. or under. Id. Books and makzines.-Every 4 oz. or under, 2d,_ Newspapers, ed. S·(I'(tkets to 'New South iles'. and Queensland, containing articles of any Value ;'iust'be paid letter rate. n. l Inlida...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Flax and Iron Water. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 April 1895

Flax and Iron Water. At the meeting held at Warragul last week concerning the cultivation| of flax, the fear was expressed that the water in the local creeks containediron in sufficient quantity to injure the flax when under. going the retting process. The Victorian Farmers' Loan and Agency Company whose representative attended the meet ing-have accordingly written to Mr. Menzies, South WVarragul, and asked for samples of water to be sent them from this district for purposes of analysis. Mr .Menzies intends to forward a sample, and it is hoped that other farmers in different parts of the district will do the same, so that the test may be of as representative a character as possible. The resignation of the Dreuin pound keeper, received by the council on Tues. day, brought to light the fact that during the three years the pound has been in existence the receipts have been £60 los 9d and the expenditure £68 18s id, this latter item not taking into consideration the cost of stationery. ...

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BULN BULN EAST. THE MIDDLEMAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 12 April 1895

BULN BULN EAST. THE M'IDDLEMAN QUESTION.         A meeting convened by the Pro ducers League was held in the Buln Buln East State-school last week to consider the scheme drafted by Mr. Gordon, of Melbourne, for dispensing with the Middleman and thus securing for the farmer a larger proportion of the products of his labor. Mr. Blowes presided and an address was given by Mr. Gordon on the lines laid down, in his scheme as published in this journal a few weeks ago. On being questioned as to the guarantee of produce for three years he said it was necessary as suppliers might cease to supply at a time when the business was in its first stages which would mean failure. He stated it was his intention to establish businesses in the various centres of population and that   he would require about £4000 or £5000 pounds worth of produce yearly to establish the first business in the city, He would dispese of all marketable produce ...

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TURF AND FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895

TURF AND FIELD. Postman, a pony that has won more races on the unregistered tracks when backed, than any other lilliput, was bred down Balnarring way, and at the last Balnarring and Hastings race meeting could have been bought for a fiver. This pony is a wonder off the mark, and gets over three furlongs il fast time. The Onkaparinga steeplechase first mouey came to Victoria by the aid of Waterloo, a clever jumper who claims for his sire the defunct Well iugton. The consistent Warrior ran second at Williamstown on Easter Monday, after leading to the last fence, where Iris put in her claim on behalf of the uillionaire and soon silenced the son of Gleumarkie. There is a tenner attached to second place. harriman is undoubtedly by far and away the best all-round racehorse in South Gippsland at the present time, and would be a bit hard to beat over big fences, as lie is a rare sticker. ile would have won the double at Loch but for falling in the hurdle .Mr. Alex. T. Pearson, of Gippsland,...

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NARRACAN. BACON FACTORY TO BE ERECTED [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895

NARRACAN, A " c~N ACTORY TO E EVlECTE A public meeting, convened by tt .Narrarcmn Farmers Assoniatio: held tt the Institute on atu Mr, J. R. Hamilton, the president o the so iety, in the chair, for purposf of considering the deira, ULA3 of starting a bacon-curiug fa ct in th e di s tr ic t . ° t ,. A sub-committee had been appoin a a, previous meeting of the societ I the purpose of procuring ce statistics bearing on the subject rsuh as the number of pigs necessary to a factory going, the number of P at p:resent sent away to Melbouru asle, and also the amount of capi, neessary to start'a factory, and I? th. result of their inquiries it i consilnred that the number of pi at. present reared in the distrie including Narrecan, Thorpdale, io" Trafal ?ar, would justify mnakillgt attempt to start a factory en th prosrc.ct of the large increase intl aanmaeb.r of pigs produced which t& existence of a factory would cae; it was therefore decided to do so,all ;t wuas thought that a capit...

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WHOLESALE POTATO MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895

WHOLESALE POTATO MARKET. Mr. H. Glassord ieports Be3st samples to £1 Es, inferior from 15s. Onions to £2 7s Gd. --It is reported thtrine Bis r is It is reported thurit1rincb? iisfi?'reCk; is?

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THE DAILIES DISTILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895

THE DAILIES DISTILLED. The death of Mr. R. II. Francis, late acting chairman of the Victorian Rail way Commisioners, is announced this mormng. Bishop Moorhonse's Irecent remarks upon the claims of the Romish Church have been responsible for the hurried departure of the Catholic Bishop of Salford from Rome (writes the " Argus" London correspondent). Upon news reaching the Vatican that the "Anglican" Bishop of Manchester was thundering against the Catholic Church, his Holiness begged that the Bishop of Salford would return to England immediately in order to contradict from his pulpit the assertions of the aforesaid "Anglican" Bishop. The Bishop of Salford consented with fervour, and proposes to devote Lent to replying to the accusations made by the late Bishop of Melbourne. Count von Caprivi. the oex-Chancellor of the German Empire, and a statesman of great power, urges upon England, in the interests of European peace, to withdraw from Egypt. At the mounted rifle competition at Roseda...

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WHY HESITATE? [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895

WHY HESITATE?' Many hesitate employing curative agencies because positive proof as to the value of the agencies is not easily obtainable. S So much has been said, written and claimed for the virtue of W?arner's SAFE Cure in diseases of the Liver and Kidneys and their developments,: Sitich as Indigestion, Headaches, General -Debility-~niftl Bronchial--troubles, we have collected and annex a few names from the many thousands in Austral ;asia who can guarantee the value of this medecine from experience, and all doubt will be removed by writing or applying to one or more of the follow ing persons: Rev. A. Douglas Mitchell, Dunkeld, Victoria. Rev. T. B. Swift, The Manse, Alex andra, Victoria, Mrs. Margaret Harbour, Wycheproof, Victoria. Mrs. M. J. Knight Maryborough, .Victoria. S. Tonkin, Esq., J. P., Avenel, Vic toria. Mr. A. H. Howard. Canning-st., North Melbourne, Victoria. A. H. E.R arton, Esq., J.P., Stanu thorpe, Q. Mr. John H. Northcott, Gympie, Queensland. Mr. S. C. King, Cooksto...

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A SUNDAY NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895

A SUNDAY NUISANCE. Sxr,-Just a few lines of your valuable space to draw the attention of our police to the nuisance occasioned by bands of larrakins congregating round the churches (those on the hill prihceipally) during and after service. Trusting that something will be done at once, or that some abler pen than mine will take up the matter. Yours, etc., CHUCH GOEI.

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RABBITS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895

RABBITS. The plan now in use for killing rabbits and preparing them for export is to kill'them at the place where they are trapped, and after they have been 'cleaned to send the carcases to Mel bourne. A proposal was recently made that the rabbits should be sent alive to Melbourne and then killed, and in order to test the suggestion a large crate containing live rabbits was brought to Melbourne on Thursday last. The rabbits were snared and taken uninjured, as it was out of the question to try the experiment with trapped rabbits. After the rabbits arrived in Melbourne the crate was placed in a dark corner and covered up. At the end of six hours the rabbits were killed. When the bodies were opened it was found that the flesh waa red, so that after freezing it would turn black, and that the rabbits were generally out of condition owing to the effects of confinement on the temper and spirits of the animals. The result of the experiment is therefore unfavorable to the proposal.

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OUR LETTER BOX. [We distinctly wish it to be understood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressed by correspondents under this heading.] THE ATHENÆUM. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895

OUR LETTER BOX. J [We distinctly wish it to be unsh!stood that we do not necessarily uphold the views expressedbycorrespondents ubder this heading.] THE ATHEN?UIIM. TO TIHE EDITOR SmI,-A letter signed " ProgreFsiop," in answer to one by "Bookworm,' re the doings of. the Athenueum Conunitt..e, which appeared in your issue of the 12th inst., is, to say the least of it, "peculiar." In it "Progression" does not put forward one iota of logic why the hall should b, restored, but leads off with the thrusw that "Bookworm " has suffered from " hotels, etc.," and goes on td say that if the writer " Bookworm " appears it the first concert given in the restored hall, ha will pass (a pleasant hour. Very goo'e, "Progression," but I would like to ask how you are going to raise the money to restore the hall, and if this obutaclc is surmounted, how is it, and when wil! it be paid back to the lender? Now, I do, not agree with "Bookworm"' in his letter, neither do I agree with "'Piro. gression," excep...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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THE MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE CONVENED BY THE WARRAGUL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895

THE MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE CONVENED BY THE WARRAGUL --COUNCIL. -0 * -=="--0---O? At the meeting of the Warragul Shire Council last, week theo following report. of the delegate's :t the. con ference of the fourth fifth and sixth class shires convened by the Warragul Shire Council, and recently held in Melbourne was read by the Secretary, Mr. J. Picken: Gentlemen, We beg to report having attended as your delegates the conference of 4th, 5th and 6th class shires, convened by your directions and held at the Town hall Melbourne on the 27th ult. The following shires were repre sented by the gentlemen whose names appear after each, viz.-Alberton, Cr. McKenzie, President; Alexandra, Cr. Scale, President' and Cr. McKilinon; Bairnedale, Cr. Dieverman; Buln Buln, Or. Lacey; President; Colac (part of), Cr. Baker, M.L.A.; Heals ville, Cr, Hall; President; Mirboo, Cr. Allan, President; Morwell, Cr. MecMillan; Narracan, Cr. Loyd; Omeo Cr. Crisp, President ; Poowong and Jeetho, Cr. Timms; Traralgon, ...

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THE GOSPEL OF WORK EMILE ZOLA'S STIRRING ADVICE TO FRENCH STUDENTS. Extracts From a Masterly Speech Delivered Before a Body of Young Men In Paris—The Relation Between Science and Happiness Explained. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895

EMILE, ZOLA'S :STIRRING ADVICE TO FRENCH STUDENTS.. Extracts Fromn a Masterly Speech Deliv ered Before a Body of Tonog Men In Parls-The' l.elation Between Science and Uapplrtess Explained. Emile Zola, the famouss novelist, pre alI'attr arithill ir eift le' e'Students'" associatioh'of' Paris.; Ini the couqe of the everiing he Epokeas follows: Did science ever promise happiness? l do not think so. Science promised the truth, and it is questionable if happiness can,be .made out; of facts. To be con tent with them even for a day one must possess a stoicism, an absolute unselfish ness, a serenity of intelligence possible only to the highest minds. Therefore a despairing cry goes up from suffering humanity. How, it asks, can we live without delusions and Illusions? If there is not somewhere a world where justice reigns, where the wicked are psnished and the good rewarded, how endure the abominations of human existence? Na ture is unjust and cruel. Science ends in the monstrous law of the ...

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WHAT DREAMS MAY COME. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895

WHAT- DREAMS MAY COME. In a reccht lecture at the Royal Institution, Dr. B. W.' Richardson says . that the. sleep of health :is dreamless. "Dreams," says Shake speare, "'are childreni of an idle braiun." -If both the doctor and the poet aree right it follows that idle, brains are- unhealthy -brains. No doubt_ there "?i-glit ._ tr&th -in the. inference, but that is not,/quite the point. Are all dreams, signs of ;a diseased condition ? To this the doctor says "No."- He divides' dreams into two classes; those started by other causes outside the' sleeper, and those produced by pain, fever; or indigestion. Here we inject a fact. We receive multitudes of letters containing this affirmation, almost in identical words; - I was worse tired in the ,morning thaif when I went to bed. To this the doctor has an answer. He says, " When wve feel wearied in the morning .very likely it. results from dreams that we have forgotten." Quite so. In other words these is a bodily condition which may...

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