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"IMITATION is the SINCEREST FLATTERY." The articles most imitated are CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS. WHY? [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
'IMITATION is the SINCEREST FLATTERY." The articles most imitated are CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS. WHY ? BECAUSE they have the best reputation and are most in deinasid by the public, consequently; every dishonest trader tries to trade on their fame and rcnogw, It is really wonderful that the Aqstralialn people are so slow to see the truth as regards the unscrupulous quacks and charlatans who prey on the credulity of the Australian public. Scarcely a week ever passes but what the press exposes the barefaced and shameful practices of some of these harpies, yet, in face of all they seem to thrive, and the paper who hounds them down most thrives fattest on their dvfrtiaeqsents and cracks phYmplsgne over each balance-sheet. Clements Tonic and Fletcher's Pills have never yet stooped to deception and misrepresentation. They are scientific therapeutical agents, ajid evidence as to their value can be found in every district, and such being the case it is unnecessary to. further extol...
ABOLITION OF THE STOCK TAX. ITS IMPOSITION A FAILURE. THE PREMIER SUPPORTS THE PROPOSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
ABOLITION OF THE STOCK TAX, -0 TILE PIiEMIER SUi'PO1ITS TI1HE A large deputation, 'representing the council of the agricultural societies, of Victoria, accompanied by several members of Parliament, interviewed, the Premier on Tuesday regarding the abolition of the stock tax. It was stated that the graziers and farmers had gained no advantage from the tax, and they \'anted it abolished on condition that New South Wales renmoved the duties levied on agri cultural produce. Mr. Patterson in replying, said that the application cominm as it did from pastoralists and agriculturists, caused him to think whether there had not been an important change in .public opinion during the last year on this question. He had heard from the Murray to. the sea the same story of disappoint ment as the result of the tax, It was not however, that disappointment which bore so nmuch upon the matter now as the altered condition of affairs arising from the proposed frozen meat export. trade. The prospects of th...
THE COMING INDUSTRY. ADVANCE OF THE FROZEN MEAT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
THE COMING INDUSTRY. ADVANCE OF THE FROZENK MEAT TRADE. -0 ----0---- The Premier is. much gratified to find the proposal to enter upon '/a frozen meat trade taken up so warmly throughout Victoria, and is delighted with the simultaneous efforts whioIi" are being made to erect freezing works in various parts of the colony. The Government is prepared, he states, to give the movement every encourage ment. The Public Works department is busily engaged preparing plans for the erection of cool storage chambers and plant near the Port Melbourine Railway Pier, and tenders for the work will be advertised in a few days. The shipping firms, Mr. Patterson thinks, are beginning to realise that the trade will soon develop, and a spirited com petition is springing up between them, which cannot but prove beneficial to the graziers. The Premier further states that it is almost certain that before a week or two a proposal for a fortnightly service, offering reduced freights, will be accepted. Before, ...
FORTHCOMING LAND AND CLEARING SALES. HAMILTON & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
FORITHCOlMING LAND AND CLEARING SALES. --.0 HAMILTON & CO. Air,. Illth.--319a at Jeetho. Two lots of 100a and 120a respectively at Yan nathan. 60a, 7ia and 76a respectively at Longwarry. Allotments in Town ship of Warragul. 31La at Allamnhee. The foregoing lots will be offered by public auction at the rooms of Messrs Buchan and Co., 01 Queen-street, Melbourne. APRILm 19th.-Clearing sale at Moore-park, Moe, for Dr. Moore, who has let his properties. Thle sale ordered cy the executors of the ateo C. Noonian, of Neerim South, has beed withdrawn for the present. SKEWS & PATTEIRSON. APRIL 12th.-Clearing sale at Trafalgar for Mr. Charles Murray, whose lease has expired. tinRI 1lith.-Allotments at Drouin East, and in Township of Warragul. To be sold at Railway Hotel, Warragul.
CROSSOVER DIGGINGS. THE MINERS AND THE UNEMPLOYED. GOVERNMENT PROSPECTING PARTY PROPOSED. PETITION TO THE MINISTER OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
CROSSOVER DIGGINGS. THE MINERS AND THE UNEMPLOYED. -0 GOVERNMENT PROSPECTING PARTY. PROPOSED. -0-' PETITION TO THE MINISTER OF MINES. -0-. (Fnou omU .cORnESi'OiDENT.)r .. Il ..A public meeting was 'held at the Crossover diggings on Sunday morning. last, at which a. large number. o, miners working in the vicinity were present. The meeting resolved to petition the Heon. the Minister of-Mines to support 'a prospecting party to prospect new ground commencing at the head of the river Tanjil, and pro ceeding in a north-easterly direction to the Baw Baw ranges and to Jericho. A permanent committee of nine old resident miners, who are thoroughly 'acquainted with the district was elected by the meeting to be responsible to Government and to delect. and supervise the prospecting party. A petition embodying the resolu tions of the meeting was drawn up and signed by all present. The miners ask the Government to subscribe £fi weekly in support of four men selected from camps now on the field to ...
NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
NOTES AND COMMENTS., Councillor Walker rarely troubles the Ceuncil with a set speech. He prefers to speak as the Spirit moves him. Consequently lie is a muan of ejaculations, and frequently relates experiences Which nobody else ever dreamt of. Fcr instance, at the meet ing on Wednesday, he surprised his fellow-councillors by tersely reciting an unusual piece of impounding news. " There seems to be something deli cient about this Act," said the bluff North Riding repsesentative, and theu proceeded to. relate how a certain *poundkeeper in the Shire had refused to impound a certain horse because it had passed a certain age. In other words, " it was too old." The poor, decrepid beast was thereforp .turned adrift on the "cold, cold world.", and doubtless its bones might now be found bleaching somewhera,: in the bush. The explanation that the ailinial " was not ? worth impounding" is hardly sufficient reason for declining to accept it. Tl'he Act makes no excep tion in the case of worn-out...
THE Warragul Guardian FRIDAY, 6TH APRIL, 1894. A Fire Brigade Fee. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
THE FRIDAY, APRIL 1894. A Fire Brigade Fee. Tui War'ogirl Fire Brigade is likely to become an unpopular .bddy in the eyes of people ?,ho hire our local halls for public purpose. This, however, is its misfortune-not its fault. Its actions and management are governed by certain regulations approved by Parliament, and it has no alternative but to give effect to those instructions. One of these regulations stipulates that whenever a public gathering auscmbles in a Theatre, Hall, Skating Rink or other place of amusement a couple of firemen must de placed at the door and the local brigade may charge the owner or owners of such building whatever sum per night it likes for the services of its members. Until the beginning of last week, however, the provision was not enforced by our local brigade, and we presume that nobody has con sidered his life particularly imperilled in consequence. It would require too great aL demand on our credulity to expect us to believe that the public who attended...
FROZEN SHEEP. ANOTHER CONSIGNMENT FROM BULN BULN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
FROZEN SHEEP. ANOTHER CONSIGNMENT FROM BULN BULN. -o Evcrybody sincerely interested in the welfare of the district will be pleased to learn that the frozen sheep export trade is gradually making headway here. Mr. Stribbling was the first to send 100 hettd of first-class laubs to Loitdon through! Messrs. John Hotson an?d Co., an?i to d!iy the secpud local coilsignnment will 1w despaclched by 3Ir. HIenry tHansen, of niln Luln. lie will send from: HO to 100 through thz same firm. Mr. Stribbling received a splendid advance fromn Hotson and Co., and if Mr. Hausen receives the same he will doubtless feel more titan satisfied. We hear that several other farmers are going into the sheep line as soon as they see their way clear, ant the probability is that in the parly futpre the district will becopte fuined i! this gdi.vec tion. W\hep the Minister of Laand undertook about a year ago to settle the unemployed on the Crown lands of the colony. Ihe promised to place many of them on land which w...
WARRAGUL FOOTBALL CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
WARRAGUL FOOTBALL CLUB, ANNUAL MEETIN-G. -o- The annual meeting :f the Warragul Football Club was held at the Orient Hotel on Wednesday evening and was well attended. The report of the past season was presented by the secretary Mr. F. Brewer-and stated that the season had been a very successful one, eleven swatches having been played with only one defeat. The Napier Imperials, the premier juniors of Melbourne, were beaten by six goals to five, and two guineas of the proceeds were given to the Women's Hospital. The club had also met the Rhailway team, who played 12 of their senior players, and the match ended in a draw of five goals each. Fifty goals has been kicked as against24 the previous season, the list being headed by Irice with a total of 15. The repprt further suggested that an athletic club should be formed to assist the members in getting into form and condition, and in conclusion the secretary, as captain of the club, thanked the teain for their assistance in the discharge...
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
HOLLOW.Y'S OINTstEST AND lPllSL.-Dlisases and casualities incidental to youth may be afel]y treated by the use of these .Medica ments according to the printed directions folded rounl ench pot and box. Nor is this Ointment alono alpplicable to external ail Iments; conjointly with the 'ills it .xercises the tost saluttary istluloece ill checking intl matitouns situated Inthe inlterior of the body; when tubbed upon tie back and chest it gives thlleost setnibletelitf in a:thmua. bronehitis. pleurisy, and thr:eatening couustul'tioe. Hollo\on\ay reltedies are eslpeciallv setrvirc. able inl liveraud stomach complaints. For the cure of bad legs, all sorts of wounds, sores? .and likew ise scrofula and scorbutic alffctionls, this Oiniuent p.roduces a cooling and soothing feeling mlost acceptable to tile ulicter,
THE GOLD MINES. NORTHERN LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
THE GOLD MINES;. ---4-- NORTHERN LEAD. The outlook at the Northern Lead Mine, Ncerim South, has greatly improved within the past few days. The manager, Mr. Harris, has tapped the wash in different places some distance apart. From one place he took a prospect which yielded at the rate of 15 grs. to the dish, and the other gave 16. grs. to' the dish. This, it will be seen is a most excellent return, and there is reason to expect that the gutter will yield equally rich returns. It is proposed to register the company and possibly float it into a large concern. SOUTH WARRAGUL, Active operations are being continued at the South Warragul mine.. Mr. Chaffey has commenced to open out at end of the "OOft. edit, and a shaft will also be put down to a lower level 'from the same drive. Negotiations for putting down a number of bores are not vet completed. The company is also being enlarged by the admission of new share; holders.
DROUIN GENERAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
U. ROUIR. UENERAL MArIKET. lr. Ernest W. Witton rdports'having-sold at his mart, ori Tuesday as follows:-lButtcr to Sd per lb., eggsm to lid per doz., pork, 3d to 4d lb., cabbages, 10d to Is per dot, potatoes, to 3s Gdpeibag, fowls, to 2" couplce chcese, to 4l.d lb., apples, 401b for 3s Uid; peaches ; pes, d lb p , d lb., oranges, id doz; melonis, lid doz; onions, 2llbsls 7d ; hens, to 2s pair; pigs, 5s, 5s id to 8s.
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
M AILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR Melbourne, twice tnily, aR 10.15 IL.m and 7 p.m.; tlTIvelling fost, 11.10 u.m. * and 7.50 p.m. Sale and 13airnsdale, twice daily, 10.15 8.1., and 7 p.im. ; ,tnravelinl pust, 10.5 Neerimn, Neerimn. South and Ilokeby, daily, 12 noon. Lardner-0Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri. days, 11.15 a.mU.
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
TELEGL:RAI S. victoria. -o or ~roiii aiuy sation, six woirds or ulndr, 6d.; eiell adiditioidl word, Id. .;Name :'nd, address of sender and receiver: is iotchairged.. N.S.Wales.--Ten words, is. ;additional. word, 2d. - 8. Australia and'Tasiauia,--Ten words 's.; fidditioni l ?word 2d. r , I Queenslaind iand Westernii Australia. Ten words, s:; eodacli'd d*itional word. tid. " New Zealatld.-Ten words, as (d.; each additional word3 6d. :ThTie. ddress, and signaturei of missages til~ Ne l Zdlai?d iire charged for. - United Kingdom, 4s 10d. per word.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
LUXEN . THE NEW LIGHT. TH!U NEW AMERICAN ILLUMINANT is now having an rxtrardinary sale, wherever introduced. It is PE?I Fl:CTLY S.AFE. and yields the most BRILLIANT LI(GHlT ' vet obtained from any ILLU MINANT, whilst its beauty of appelarance eimmands the a? miration of every buyer. In every desirabl Tespeet LUXE NE has no EQUAL; and, as vet, no RIVAL in at the great markets of the world. It is a DISTINCT ADVANCE on ordinary High-Tcst Kerosene, and needs only to be shown and used to ensure an actih der.nud. As-c your Storekeeper for it, and insist upon having LIXENE, tHE NEW LIGHT 'OB dALE EVERYWHEVEB Don't Be deluded ;i, 'cannot; rent the vacant, property by ",merely. hangirg: a card in" the ,iiidow. The man 'who 'wanti to". atch Dame Fortunes aasmile must do more than Flirt . , with the lively-.lady.' Thousands have tried it.. Hundreds. are at the same game to-day,' and will have no better success than you are having With the fickle lady. Get down to business, advertise your vacan...
A CEMETERY BY A STORE It Is Surrounded by a Large Dry Goods Mart. ODD PLACES FOR GRAVEYARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
A CEiETERY BA STORE it Is -Surrounde y dd a Large S.:Dry. Goods .Mart. ODD PLACES FOR GRAVEYARDS. Living, Their Silent Tenants Were Per secnted; Dead. They Are Pursued by the, Onnad Stars ofa Great City-An Eng lish Epitaph7, Of the thousands of shoppers who have ascended the rear stairs of 'a large dry goods store in Sixth avenue, New York, many have ,been surprised to find and have paused to gaze upon the graveyard in the rear, almost' completely surrounded by thliestore. It is odd, unique, anditssituation addit to its quaintness. It has been the ,ilbject of many inquiries, which have elio. ltdI no answers, as thereis no one about whose tlme of service or memory dates black far enough into the history of that section of the city to gratify the curious. This cemeterycontains the bodies of some 200 men who ihaen played an importantpart in the world's history--political, religious and commercial Therein lie the remains of members of the first colony of Spanish Hebrews -who ever immigr...
A.N.A. FORTHCOMING LECTURE FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
FORTHCOMING :LECTURE '1OR S.FARIIMERS . At the quairterly meeting of the WVrra. gul bratich of the Astrialian iNatives' As. sociatiori, heold in the Athenoumn on Tues. day evening,, Mr. Hillard: presiding, Mr. 1i. McNI'auhton statted,that lie had ,been in con?mmlnnicatioli with i\Ir. G. W. Hall, formerly amuember of the Legislative As sembly-, who liad just rettried.from n. trip to England, with a view to hiis delivering a lecturein .Warragul concerning the ex. portation of Australiin products to Great Britain, and also describing the sights he had seei and the people he had met in the course of his travels. The lecture would be illustrated by dissolving views, and would doubtless contail n much in. structive information for the fitruers of district, aul. would also be fill of inwterests to the ipblic generally. It was resolved that arrangements: be made with Mr. Hall to deliver the lecture on a date to suit himi within the next three weeks. Sevenl new benefit meunbers were elected ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
Auctioneers' Notices BulnBulnFortnightlyMarket SATURDAY, 14ru APIIIL, 1801. WTM. AMILTON A CO. will sell by public auction, at their yards, Turf Club Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clock Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, Ac. WHLL. H4 IILTON & CO., Warragul, and 151 Queen-street, Melbourne WaTragul M Ionthly Market. FRIDAY, Girn APRIL, 1814. T M. IHAMILTON A CO. will hold their V next Monthly Sale at their yards, at rear of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the above date, when they will offer 100 Cross-bred Lambs Cattle, bheep, Pigs, ASc. WM. IAMILTONX CO., Warragul, and 154 Queen-street, Melbourne. Lecngatha Fortnightly Market. THURSDAY, APRIL 12. WITM. HAMILTON & CO. will hold their V' next Fortnightly Market at their Yards, Leongatha, as above, at 1 o'Clock, when they will offer Cattle, Sheep. I'igz, &c. Entries invited (all stock advertised free of charge at Warragul or Leongatha offices, or 150 Queen-st., IMelbournc. NEERIM SOUTH. In the Estate of late C. Noonan. THIS Land has...