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THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895
THEY SAY That E. J. F. had hard luck in having Minerva ricked on the morning of the Drouin liaces. That old Stockwell, in his hurdle effort on Monday showed some of his original form. That Irend, the popular little Southern mare, is one we shall see running on our own course later on. That the racing at Whisky Creek on Monday last had fallen off a few points even on last year's programme. That Charley Stribling's Confusion is as reliable as the late Eli Jellet's Hot spur-take him westward Charley. That Silver King, the trotter, can hold his own with anything in Victoria bar one. That there was a poor attendance at the races on Monday-in all senses of the word. That it is a palpable sign of the times when only two horses show out for a bonanza like the Drouin Handicap. That the Warragul public w ere divided between Darnum and Dronin-picnie and races-Warragul where art thou I That a few good wagers were pocketed by some Warragulites who were in the know at Drouin oi Monday, That there...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. FRIDAY, APRIL 19TH, 1895. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895
WITH WHICH IS I-COreiOsTED FRIDAY, APRIL 19m, 1896. The report of the Tariff Inquiry Board will be made public within the next three weeks, and about the end of May, Parliament will enter upon a discussion of the Board's recommenda tions. It is understood that the members of the Board are anything but unanimous in their views, and that this feature will be strongly expressed in the report. According to present arrangements, the tariff question is to take precedence of all' other business when Parliament assembles, and as almost every member of the Assembly will certainly have something to say on the subject, it is probabe that tariff matters will occupy several weeks of the approaching session. A question much discussed in anticipation of the Board's report is-What attitude will the Government take ? It is not to be expected that the occupants of the Treasury benches, any more than the people's representatives who sit behind them, will speak with one'.voice on tariff matters, and ol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895
Busi1ness Notieo.. SCHWEITZER'S j ANTI;'tSPiEPTII C.,COAI." HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. -:o: T. T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & ChafftMerchant (Ilc A. P. lMYERS& CO.) Napier-stroet, Warragul. Flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety. Horse Feed, Fowls' Feed, Grass Seed, Potatoes, &c. BONE DUST- -BONE DUST, - All at the Lowest Possible Prices. - IMRS. J. ROSS, - Queen Street, Warragul - 'IAS a Large and Varied Collection of 1 STATIONERY, CHILDRENS' TOTS, SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such as Book°, Slates, Bags, &c., IIAE1lDASHIERY, Cottons, Wools and Crewel Silks. Tube Oil Paints, and the beautiful Enamel taints. Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFECTIONERY. Agent for Singer's Sewing Machine and Requisites. Al.o Fruit and Vegetables in Season. CLHIISTIMAS and NEW YEAR CARDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps for Sale. - TEETHT. - TEETH From One Guinea a Set TEET_ _ ':ETH MR. JOHN STEWART, TEETH Registered Surgeon Dentist TEETH, or rie TEIETHE TEETHI Parade,...
THE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895
S THE MARKETS. FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT The Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Company report :-Cheese.-Prime new cheese sold at 3.jdto 4d.; medium 2d to 3d ; prime matured, 4.d to 5d. Potted Butter. - Prime: fresh ' at 4d' to 3d. Fresh Butter. prime.'dairies from 4Id to Gd, a few speeal lines higher; medium to good, from 3d to Id, inferior..lower. Eggs-selling at 11d. Bacon-. -Town i sides., 4.d to ad per Ib; country 3d to 4d per lb. Hams.-Town lid to 74 per lb; country from d to 6d' per lb. Beeswax, 0ld. Lard.--Bladders, 3d to 4d... Honey.-Fine clear garden sold, at. d ; marklet glutted. Carcase Pork, 2.d to 3d. per lb; .medium: 23d. . Poultry,-Tur keys, 4s to '8sper pair; geese, 8as to 4s per pair; fowls Is 4d to 3s pair, accord ing to quality; ducks, Is Gd to 3s per pair.
CURRENT EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895
CURRENT EVENTS. [By PAUL PRY.] -o The " story of a presentation," as told by the "Argus," amust put the fear of God into the hearts of thousands of happy-go lucky Victorians at this moment. To a simpleton likeomyself it seems a monstrous punishment for a small offence A penalty of £800, and im prisonment until the money is paid must be a relict of those barbarisms before Magna Charta. Of course the con spirators did wrong, but if all so offending were fined £300. then the deficit would be wipedout in one act. If this law is sound lay, then I have known no end of cases of conspiracies that ought to have yielded revenues to the State. Here is one that came under my notice many years ago in. the Western District: A certain bank manager was what is called "in ton" with a firm of commission agents, and to put business in THEIR Wway he went out of HIS way. It was never proved that he exactly shared in the spoils, but so eager was he at times to get Ins friends' corners that plenty of jury...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895
Busmess Notice. ANNIVERSARY OF A SNOTABLE EVENT I THE INTRODUCTION TO WAIRRAGUL OF Salker Bros, FAMOUS "CASH" SYSTEM. THREE years ago we CO JmliCED S BvUSINESS in Warragul, and de termined then that, whether our Trade became extensive or limited, the Price of our Goods would always be made as Low as Possible, and on no account would we depart from the " CAsH PI INCIPLE"; . and, owing to the gratify ing and Liberal amount of support that has been ac corded to us, we have been en abled to Keep the Prices Down to a rational and reasonable basis, and uphold our " Popular Cash System" at the same time. i-PAY AS YOU C-o-o IS THE TRUE SECRET OF SUCCESS. We are often asked: "How can you possibly work your business out of so' Small a Margin of Profit ? This question is easily answered W e Biy :for CASH, ."We Sell for CASH, therefore make no Bad Debts, have no Clerks or Collectors to Pay, conse quently are in a position to be satisfied with a small percentage of profit. "A Penny Saved is a Pe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895
Public Notices.'. - "Government; Gazette" - - Is BEGULARLYFILED At the OFFICE of this'JOURNAL and can be IMSPGCTED by the PUBLIC any time during Basiness Hours.. Orient Line of Royal MailSteamers QUICKEST. Steam. loute to' England. Steamers leave Melbourne every fort night for Plymouth and London. *ORIENT .. 5365 tons .. April 27. FARES-? £1 15s to £70. "C Iling at Hobart en route from Sydney. Facilities are. now afforded for bring ing out friends and relatives from London by the prepayment of passage money. - WseT AoruALL.i GOLD FIELDS.-Passen gers Booked in all classes for Alba?-y-the uickest route to the fields. Reduced IRates. For further particulars . apply to N. Marshall, Branch Manager 488 and 490 Collins-street Melbourne. Don't Be deluded. You cannot rent th'e vacant property by merely hanging a card in. the window. The man who wants to catch Dame Fortune's .smile. must do more than , Flirt with the lively lady. Thousands have, tried it. .. Hiijdreds are at -the same game to...
OUR GOLD MINES. THE NEERIM DISTRICT. ITS MINERAL RESOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895
OUR COLD: MINES. " THE NEERhI DISTRICT.; --0--- -_o ITS MINERAL RESOURCES. ----0j [B]r J.K.L.] A walk across the stretch of country lying between the Old Crossover diggings and Neerim South is to the practical miner brim full of interest, not so much on account of its romantic scenery as to tle fact that it will be in , the near future, the theatre of. unex- I ampled mining activity. Evidence of the auriferous nature of this identical belt of country is naturally supplied at frequent intervals. The geological features of the surrounding country are well worthy of the attention of those who are engaged in legitimate prospecting, certaintly there are places here and there partly tried, out yet there is ample test for alluvial gold, and more particularly in searching for auriferous quartz loads. I have noticed also that their are a few shafts put down in search of an extension of the Albion and Happy-go-lucky lines of reefs, but there shafts were put down in a hap-hazard manner, and I ...
ENGLISH V. COLONIAL RACING AN INTERESTING SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 19 April 1895
ENGLISH V. COLONIAL RACINGl AN INTERESTING SKETCH. --o (FRao BLACK .iD W'W rxE, FEe 9,1895) In England, from the racing point of view now is the winter of our die content, but in the brighter Britain of Australia, the sport of kings is at: this moment in full swing, although English sportsmen hardly realise the extent to which the .circumstances differ under which it is carried on here and at the Antipodes, and in whose favor the balance often inclines where the difference is most noticeable. We Englishmen think, and in- many instances rightly, that where sport is concerned we are facile princeps, and to the stay-at-lhome Englishman the writer who may even venture to hint that racing is better managed else where is read with uplifted eyebrows. But those of us who have .had the privilege of attending race meetings at the Antipodes must perforce acknowledge that the scribe who may be bold enough to extol the courses and arrangements on the other side of the globe has every reason to d...
THE UNWISE MERCHANT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895
THE UNWISI MERC1ANT.: One day when business ran down liw Deep gloom sat onamerehast t.s?ow. And dark as midnight was th d tl Of thoughts revolving rapidly. That merchant saw a dreadfulsight By faIney' dim and lurid light; He thought he saw the sheriff right Ameng his stock of finery. Ah! sadder yet.his fears will rise, Ah I deeper yet will, be his sighs; Ah leader yet will sound his eries Unless he advertise. ?ow, all who would a lesson arnm, Look elesely, and you will dideern lThat advertising will return Like bread upon the waters. SjThe WAxAeL GUARintNu and tn'adiAo and T .wrAALGA Exrnss offer eikeption: Sally good terms to advertisers.j SECET 8Socoears, both of a harmless and harmful kind, are more inumerous in this cointry than people beleife. Some are tierely foolish, and may be :daely left alone, but others are a real da?lfer to the community. The members of the litter so. cieties are mostly foreigners, ootlkws from their own land, the riff-rat ofithe Con tinent. Now if we ar...
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE. WARRAGUL. LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895
R1CEIPT AID PAY OFFICE. WAM?BAGUL. CTC n w G. Henley M. A. Calvert J. G. Horeley - M. Ji?untheson W. Hewitt . A. Huteheson C. Holder M.'A Mapleoin :J;Holder '.Jh : RDo? ae 2 T.J, M ??oh s6n E. 8. Speneer R. Johnson J. 8. Spdneer J. Keogh A.'1right W.Telly 8. Chandler B. G. Kirkland A. C, Don J. Kelly H. Fish W. L. Kneales T. Gape. F. S. Lavre Thbordple South J. Larkin I Creamery F. R.Lemtnriere E. 'Teeks P. F. S. Mbgritve M. lulcnlre"- D. Murdie G.. Napier- B. Moore H. W. Boultsn W. G. M'down W. H.: Gardmer C. J. M'Mirdie W. Beilby H. Neill A. C. Groom F"Newbiry F. A. Fozall C. M'Kenzie W. G. Tong F. Nieol S. Laver A. J Niehblson S. Adkins ' W. O'Neill C. Aakins .- ^M O'Neill' J. Ashby tR. O'Neull P. Baker J. H. Potter A. Butterworth " "H;:Piee 0. Boarke T. Pilkington . C. L. Bower T. C Piarkkt 3.T. Brav8grove J.E;'i'olla D. M. Boyd W. Ritehie J. A. Boyd W. Rowley J. Cohen J. Sloan T. Carter M. Stark T.M. Clark T. J. Sheridan G. Charlton- T. Smith G. Cathcart F.H.B.Shktkleford' A. E...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895
.... meeting of-thedirectors of the. Cen tral Broken Hill Silver Mining Company "will be. held this afternoon to consider S ad in all probability to decide upon the offer of. a syndicate to purchase the Seine: - A special meeting of the Morwell Shire Council was held last week to confirm the previous,motions relative to the £2000 loan, which were all carried and the pecessary notices given,
WARRAGUL CRICKET CLUB. AVERAGES FOR SEASON 1894-5 [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895
WARRACUL CRICKET CL0T. -0- AVERAGES FOR SEASON 1891..:. The above club has just terminat:,d! a very successful season, having wo,, all the Saturday matches agail elevenj:aside, and .lost' one agnil, odds; one against the Carlton Rove n .holiaiiday, i?one against-thre d;:i ... representatives of' the: Darndifi rick: Club. In this last match the Warrn gul Cricket Club had not their repre sentative eleven, as two were playing with their, ppliorients, so the match cannot be'co0sidered a representative one. IRECOIRD. All matches played 15, won 7, drawn 5, lost 3. Saturday district matches, eleven aside, played 10, won 7, drawn 3;lostnone. Beat-Drouin A (innings and 20 runs), -Jindivick (80 runs), Drouin B (181 runs), Longwarry (innings and 78 runs), Drouin (60 runs), Jindivick (250 runs), Public Service (62 runs). Drawn-Public Service 83 times; scores-Public Service 129, Wprragul 6 wickets for 08; Public Service 117, Warragul 9 wickets for 75; Public Service 5 wickets for 39, Warragul 7 ...
COMING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895
COMwING. SALES.'o Br SKEWvs &.PATI'ERSON: April :24th;-At I?ailwa Hotel, Waim igu1l, Farm of )29 acres, ...known as Worcester's only a m?ile .from iWarra Br MESSRS.. HiMILThON & CO. May 1st. - Clearing 'sile, incind ing 160 ewes, 0 'lambs, cows, horses, pigs &c., for Mr. A. Scales.
FACTS AND FANCIES. TRIAL BY JURY COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895
FACTS AND FANCIES. -TRIAL B ,Y JURY COMMENTS. S(BY BEcno). If that excellent and cirefully prepared paper;. which was read b'M'r. Rt. Iillard at the nmeetingoqf the A.N.A., re('the' .abolition of trial by jury, is productive, of no bther good, it will at least draw the Sttention oftthe more thoughtful poitioh of the public mind towards having some. thing done to reform this portion of our curious laws Mr.-Hillard has pointed out,' and I really. believe his past ex perience in the various courts of law has afforded him ample scope to. be an authority upon-the lass of men thatnat times occupy the jury box... If I had been present at the' meeting I would most decidedly have. strongly. supported, and would have endeivored' :to uphold 11i. Sillard's.opinion of trial by jury as it is Sat present carrme on. Here is a case ii point which I: .was personally eye witness to. It the year 1861 or 1862 'a man ' named Henry Fratson-as that-, time a resident-, on the blolyuneu River, in the' provin...
THE Warragul Guardian WITH WHICH IS INCORPORATED The Warragul News. TUESDAY, APRIL 23RD, 1895. Warragul Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895
.P!ia u tuatdinu S i WITII 1tICI I5 fICOIrO5lATEID SU1TU E S D A Y , A P R II h w a; b ; 1 8 9 0." Wairragil Racing iClb.' "A meeting of the Commilittee of the War ragul Racfng Club was held at the Club. Hotel on Friday night; ?nd was' ateiided by ? M. D Connor, president (i the'chair) and Messrs. J. Gray, H . V. Howell, W. M. Clinton, P. F. Kennedy, H., Powell, H. ,Hansen, ' Plouright, and 'E. J. Fowler. " , . , ,.. . - 'A discussion' arose as'to the, conditions under which'bookinakers: should be,ad mitted to'the:grunnd' and eventually the following motion, proposed by Mr. Howell and seconded by Mr. Powell, was agreed to: , "That if. V.R.C. bookmakers become members of the club, they be allowed. to bet, and thatunregistered bookmakers be allowed to -do the same, provided they, deposit with the committee .such sum as shall hereafter be determined." . . The name of Mr. J ames"Muir, of Neersi South, who:attended the meeting, was added to the Committee. . Mr. 'Plouright brought before....
THEY SAY [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895
.. THEY SAY --u-- - [BY Lar.'e.] That the conflagration in Victak was witnessed by 300 people o day night. That the Brigade member were: spot 15 minutes after the fte er none being absent. That Mr. R. McNanghton eoni t6 discover the fire, and actin;l saved some of Mr. Chapmans.;R That the same gentleman am inmates of the adjoining'pr?t ' : had none too much time to ea That a lighted lamp was rec:t: one of the tenements-the b' the flames were observed. That the public worked "ell ... pumps, Dr. T. and others .I' mend service. Thait:Harry P. should belong t x'ga'de. ,That a Salvage Corps is necedAi t tect property. That the Brigade was well hsc . to aman did their workeifChi That J. L. P. is a fast sprin?:= Squarter, and overhauled hlis good time near the Butter Fs?t:i :That great sympathy is expres'e.' ensufferers by the fire, and thdts aid will.,be bestowed. That, notwithstanding the ge lance, a large quantity of 'k"n6wi to haveg been stoles att iThat some nervous people were ?c wea...
March Cows. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895
March Cows. March is the most suitable time of talving for large production of milk at my house, and I milk to within from 8 to 10 weeks of the next calf, and by hav log plenty of roote and sweet corn it is easy to keep cows giving milk in No rember and December. I want them as "dry as a chip" eight weeks before the next calf. I have cows in their teens that have not failed to drop their calves in March or the first part of April. I try to have a few cows fresh in late foll to Iwith my strippers) do some dairying in the winter, but many of these soon be come spring cows again. I have watched this in herds coming in the fall and find that many cows fail to get with calf On. til grass comes again.-Car. Breeder's Gazette.
Separator or Creamer? [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895
8sparate'or Creamer? With equal faclllites-that Is Ice and a good cellar-which would you advise a farmer to buy, a ereamer or separator? Why? Whih will make the beet keeping butter? Why? It all depends upon circumstances, and frequently these circumstances are of such nature that they cannot be de scribed in words. W. H. Gilber' of New York, speaking from experience as well Is observation, has said repeatedly that it would pay a man who had 10 good cows to buy a separator. C. P. Goodrich of Wisconsin, equally good authority and also speaking from experience and observation, is more con servative and says that a man making butter from 20 cows can afford to buy a separator and power to run it. The reasons given by these gentlemen for their opinions are based upon the fact that, taking the average of milk through out the season, the separator will recover from one-quarter to three-quarters of a pound more butter from 100 pounds of milk than any system of gravity cream ing. But the sepa...