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CRICKET. MARRIED V. SINGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

SCRICKET. MARRIED V. SINGLE. his match was piayed on the War Iigul ground on Thursday last, and resulted in a victory for the latter in the first innings, at the conclusion of which it had becomo so late that it was unanimously agreed that the 2nd innings should be played on Saturday next. Some very good play.was ob servable on both sides, and with con tinued practice the Warragul team bids fair to become one of consider able ability. The " married's" scored 42 as against the "single's" 57, thus leaving them 15 runs behind, so that they will havo a handicap to contend with in addition to "young blood." We append the scores:. S INoLE. Sterens, lb., b Cullis ... ... 1 Graham, c Knott, b Cullis ... 0 Evans, b Carr ... . .. Tatterson, b Carr ... ... ... 21' Keogh, b Carr 18 Powell, b Carr .. O Taylor, e Knott, b Carr... . 1 Patterson, b Carr .. .. 0 Ditterich, c Cullis, b Carr ...' 0 Pirnim, nott... ...... :. 4 Trines, b hullis ... 1 Sunidries . ... . ' 57 " rnARIDo. Witton, b Stvens .....

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DROUIN V. WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

DROUIN V. WYARRAGUL. Thisn matchh was played at Brandy Creek on Saturday last, resulting in an eas.r victory for the former by 38 runs. 'The following are the scores: WARRAGUL. G. Ditterich, b Lacey. ... ... 3 Tatterson, b Lacey... ... ... 0 Unger, b Toynbeeo ......... 8 Brent, e Neave, li Toynbee ... 0 Dahl, b Lacey... .. .. O S. Park, b Skinnr... ... ... 4 R. Ditterich, b Toynbee ... O Keogh, Neave, b Skinner ... 6 Cullis, b Allen... ......... 1 Carr, not out ... ...... ...0 S.''Park, b Skinner.. ...... O0 Sundries ... ... . ... 1 23 DROUIN. Vinning. e Keogh, b Ditterich 17 Laeey, b Brent ... ... ... O Neave, b Brent ... ...... 1 Gabbott, a and b Keogh ... 17 Finlay, b Patterson ... ... 2 Neal, b Ditterich ,... ....... 3 Allen, i Dabl ... ... ... 1 Toyabee, b Dh ... ... Tracey, b Ditterich 0. ... o Skinner, iot out? ..." .. ... G Brown, c 'lTatterson, b Dutterich 2 . sdries ...... :. ..; 4 GL A matcth between the Glenferry and War ragul Cril;ket Clubs will be played on the ground ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

-.: a R AGIOULTUR'Al l" Thle utilisat ''n of'`ivisto lnds in Great Britain'liis'f lato d'yearattrdctetd iucli*it tntion'hiid' corisiderable acredge' lhis been?i reclaimed along the coast. ,Recently a bloek of i9o icres,;oncui`liarboroni tliosouth cosst of Englni,;i'?as siibjected to thl reclaiming' process, and thie steam plonglih btoiight into, use .with' the bist possible resuilt; ess.'eJ.: and ". Howard's "appanltiis,b~eing iused. Plonghiiig with horses was not satisfactory, because cafter':ploughing andil lihrirowiig, a? ishowerof iai cais' I the soil tom ''fiogther sgagnii. :It 'was theildecidedl to iiply steian power to the work, and the restlt haiis'beii remarkably successful, the' soilt being' lifted and thoroughly loosened 'to a depthli of. 10in. The lanid conseqnueitly kps light aiind 'does not ran together,and' tie condition of `'th, corn plant sown on lands :tlus 'treated, b3 steid`' is very isuperior to 'that oi the saine class of landi worked" by horso-posrer. fO coius...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

A boy at one of our State achools, boeng asked to.write a letter to his teacher , on cornilg fish, wrote as follows: -,tFisdih i.es n ,the Ocean; and in the credk at,the bottouit of our paddock, anddies when thcylbegin to eat worms. When they are small they are garfishcbream,;,and uchlike- lyhhen -he gros. up.they. are .whales...,Wlhale: s ver useful; thy, sometimes swaller a whole ship, and all the crew :Thefat of:whales got' from them, .4d boiled into: oil for galight Their bones is,macle into whalebonofordomi noes,.cricket-bllls, looking glasses and such. I wish. a whale :would, swaller, my. school •4ndrall'theteachers: Fried fish is: always ,eaton Friday. I hatefish; there is too much lone tolpik oat. I'd r ather;xsct i; paper of pins friedin beef drippng."

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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THE SUMMONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

THE SUtLMIO\ S la, t one ' ' . Vhen the fire was iright, On the spaioeus fireplace quaint and old, Iii their gliowuig lied, ; Died doan;, inid tlieair was piercing cold: I mused and dreamed, . ; ' An sd my fancy seemedal .;. In a strange unrest that dreary night, A ..-And the wind swept by,: . . ith a wailing cr?, , : Whenever my thoughts were gay and light: i turded; at last As the houri stiept past, To rake the dciibers dark and cold ? ind: form stood thier " ': In flo?ing halir : and a glitteiing robe of netted gold W " iWy sit'yehere. I i the darkness drear, Leaving inidlenesi.tongue anid he n oi forth and figh? ?. Forthe good and the right, And do reaut iued '.with your tello nmeni." The form was gne,. , i But a bright light shone. Through my study. windowv grim and old,, m l i And the morning light, ...: In its heavenward flight, Was gilding the trees with yellow gold. And thus 0o all Dotitife daylyght call, And wihethera?-pseelp ol dream at night, .- N e wc'miust 'dip d wy "2...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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PERSONIFICATIONS OF THE DEVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

iERSOXIFICATIONS OF THE DEVIL. .Trnier, in his Embassy to Tibe, says the negroes believe the devil to be white. Ah Iowa paper ýays, perhaps satirically,; that prior to the enfranchisemeet of the negro theo 'general opinion among the.whitea throughout. the UnitAed States was that the devil was black; but, oio; there are great differences of opinion as to his colour. To the west of the 'tocky: Mountainis the devil is claimed to,be, yellow or Mtongolian, after tle !fashion ,of, iheaithen Chine ; whilst to. tle east of the Ros6ky Mountains and west of the Mississippi, naid especially in Colorado,i he figures in,the, ipopular imagination as red., In short, tlhe writer argues, tile devil is always, of the colour' which th eolo the espective countriesa're prejudiced against. Dr. W.1.. Carpenter, the well-known physiologst, lihas recently been asserting that every eliever's "':God "is neitheir more nor less than liis own idea of God; or, as an eminent cleiic (who was, to, preach ;ine.fxt',a...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MADAME RACHEL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

.MADAME RACHIEL.: . Before Rsahel canme; it had been thoinght that the new romantic drdtia ?F MM. Huro and Dumas, bceduoe'of :its' greater troth -to nature, had given the coup lie grjee to the 'old classic plays ; hut the publlic, it'her hiddiln, turned. 'eladly frori tlde. spasms and rant of. "AngIle,'" " Antony' and '"'Hernami," to the old world stories, the fornual.trag. edy. of the ..eventeentlt, century: poet. dramatists of France.., The actress fairly' witched her public. There was some thing of magic in hterw vry presence' upon the scene. rono could 'fail .to be .im? "pressed by the aspect of the slight, pallid woman, whodseemed: to gain height by reason of 'her slenderness,' who nioved towards hier audience 'with stuch simple natural majesty, who ivore and conducted. her'fluent classical draperies with such admii-able atd perfect,grace. It was as thougli she had alivays lived so attired in tunic, peplum,,. and: pallium -. had: iknown no other dress--not that. she ivas' of mo...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A STRANGE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

At STRANGE STORY... The following "s'i;ul ar statemett 'of ,fac:s is contrihn'e- ti theeditor's draweri 'nf ]Tarper'.' .frgaaine .for A'iidtlt by; George A Hansea,:nof Ls?vell, Ms;,: The reading of the " Puzzle for 3n1.ta physicianis". in the Jane number of your 'monsh!y recalls to.the .writer the most remarkahle nccurrence :of like nature which a nauRical experience "of twenty years affsrded.- This is another of.t'heae' experiences which go to prove the occasi onal thinness oF:the 'cirtain which liinits the inutnial vision of mojtals'.' " In 1869 I was in Suez, in command of ,the British. steamship Neera, 'belonging to the Bombay and. Benigal Steamship Company-a company owning a line of steamers horn of the necessities of the manufacturing world,. when the supply of American co?to' was so largely cutoff by the war of the Rebellion. The line was under the mana?sement of W-'illiam F. Stearns, now deceased, son of the late Professor Stearns of Amnherst C sllege-a man, who, going to In...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Miscelaneous [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

AAuo' Buinii's ' GtAE~ilrna Colontel Airdii .Burir oreb a liifilsj: oif 'mieh. that coiuld nit' passdnnoiticed'b i stranier.' 'His ,leportnient iras polished so i courtly. The appropriate ci?lities of' thioe drtiing.frol m were performed with a gade ?peculiar to him self.: His'mnaner ~ inconceisably faci-, inotiun. , He acted tipon 'the pi?ineiple that: the femaleli wis the weakeri;sex; that'they wrerd ial susceptible of flattery. an, hbisgreatr art cbnsisted in adptiing: it' to' thq' grade 'of intellect he addressed. Such"traits' of. chhraeter wsould appear' to be'incoinpdtible' with an elevated and towering mind,'"yet they frequently controlled one of the most extraordiunar men of theage. A volume of {aneolotes mht "i?be related as evidence. of [Colonel Burr's jiiukneis perce perieptien and tact:'t i'reply :'After his retarn'from Eoniiio in'1S12; he 'metf a frlendu'amaiden ady', Ili Broadway tiHe had ibot seen'Ier for many yeais. As she liassed .him. shli?ex'ilaitinedit Colonel Bu...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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A REVOLTING RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

A (REVOLTING RACE. In a work entitled "The.Great Navi gators of the Eighteenth Century;,.Jules Verne gives the following account of cer-: tain islanders called the'Orotehys :-Tie huts of tile.e islanders iwhio call them. selves the Orotchys, aire su'rrounded by a drying groiand for. salmon, 'which 'was exposed to ithe' sun uponperches, after having: been sh?bked for .three. or foutr days at the .store, which is. the centre of the hut. . The women, who harve charge. of this op, ration, take them; as. soon as they are.smoked through,'into the open air, where they.become'as:hard as wood. The natives joined us in our fishing, with nets 6r' hooks, and we saw, them. vora ciously devouring the heads,. gills, and sometimes the .skin of: raw salmon, tear ing it up very cleverly. .They'spcked out the- mucilage much .as we" eat oysters. Their fish seldoni:reach the shoie withodut first having paid. toll,.unlees' the atch'is very large, and the women sho'"rthe same bagerness to seize upon the w...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MIELrOUr E TO SiLE. amu. p.m. s. d s. d Melbourne to=- .. 7.551 7 Anndale ... S - Oldeigh . 8 23 5 1 6 1 0 Dandenong 8 44 56 3 0 2 0 Rermick 0 7 1 4 3 0 Pakenhai . 0 29 41 6 0 4 0. junyip ... 9 10 8 0 5 6 Drouin ... 10 2 6 6 0 -arral i 10.33.6 4r 10 0 7 0 S l.depart L0 537 Waterloo 1 107 1 1 67 6 Trnfalae . 11 237 3S12 6 8 0 oo 42 5 3 6 9 Mtoradell l 8 15 0 10 0 Traralon .: 12 28 43 16 011 0 Plynn's Creek ..l 1 5 17 612 0 Rosedale 1818 612 6 Sale - . 409 55 1' 6 14 0 . S.LE TO MLEjlOLI?LonNE a.m. , pam. 8. d a. d. ,8de to- ..: 742 4 .4 - - I.asedale- . 8 S18 4 40 3 0 2 0 Flyun's Creek .8 314 53 3 6 2 6 Irarnlgon ... 5315 15 5" G63 G Morwell": "~ 9'1415 36 6 461 Moe .. 9 3916:.1 8 0 5 Traflgr .... 9 ;5 6 20 9 0 '0 0 Watorloo ... 1010 32 10 0 6 arral arrive 10 30 6 52 11 7 G Sdepart- 10.50 7:12 Drouin, ..:. 11. G 7;28 12 Bunyip ..11 297 5113 6 9 0 Pialkehinhn':"" .':13 1822 ll 5: 610 6 B?rwick ... 12 24 4 117 0 11 6 Dandeaoni . 1 49 9 11 18 C 12 A1eigl anr 1 9931 2...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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FEEDING TO LIVE AND LIVING TO FEED. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

FEEDING TO LIVE AND LWINIG TO FEED. The notion that appetite is a low legree of hunger, and hunger an intensifier form of appetite;'does not seem to be bone out ny facts. The two desires of lonrinue are different in tueir nature. Apperite is the craving of the apparatus ot -taste, arid sometimes of the digestive organs, chile hunger is the demand of the orginisn as a whole or of some of its parts for fod. Use the words appetite and hunger how we may, there are actually two needs to be expressed, and much mischief arises from confounding them. The one cry for food which we call appetite is' an affair of habit or caprice, and 'may, for a time at least, be stimulated by appealing to the sense of taste, or-promoted by certain cordials and stimulants; but, looking at the matter.fro?p a phystulogical point of view, it is dillicilt to nee what .we gain by exciting the organs of digestion:to take food unless the system is in a condition to recive it.: The:rational mode, of pro cedure would ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MODEL OF BREVITY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

! A MODEL :OF BREVITY. Writing from Greenfield, Conn.. Rev. Dr. T. L.Culver.ielates the. following. mairiage inci deit, which' happeiedl tiere tin ,~ye.olden tlie ": Rev. Steven Mix made aJourney to Niithai?nit&, in 1696, in search ofa wise, He arived at Rev. tolomdn Stoddart's, informed hin of the object of his visit.arid that the pres su;e of home duties required the' utmost de: slatch. :-. SMr. Stoddart took him into the room where hi daughters were, and introduc:d him to hMry, Esther, Christiana, Sarah, Rebekah, and lannalh, ind then retired. 'Mr. Mix, addressing Mary, the eldest daugh. ta, said he had lately been settled in Wethers. fhid, and was desirous of obtaining a wrfe, and inclulded by offering her his heart and hand. ,he blushittgly replied that so important a poposition required time for consideration. He rejoined that he was pleased that she asked for suitable time for reflection, and'in orderto afford her the needed opportunity to thinkof his proposal, he wou...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

GovernmentAdvertisements. SUPPLEMENTARY list of APPLICATIONS to be considered by a Local     Land Board, to be held at Warragul, on Thursday, 16th December, 1880, at eleven o'clock - Wm. Pratt, sen., 169 acres ) Medley's George Pratt, 143 acres ) abandoned holding, Parish of Poowong. J. J. BLUNDELL, Land Officer. Crown Lands Office, Melbourne, 7th December, 1880. VICTORLAN RAILWAYS. Excursion Arrangements. SX connection with the Melbourne In ternational Exhibition HOLIDAY EXCURSION TICKETS willbe issuedfrom all Ststions (suburban lines excepted) ro MIsLBOUaNE O-LT, from the the let to 15th December, both days inclusive. The usual CHnusrTAS HormrAT ExcussoN TicTsrs will be issued To A.n rno I ALL SarTIoxN (suburban lines excepted) from the 16th December; 1880 to 5th January, 1SS1, both dates inclusive. Both of these tickets will Ib available for return for 30 days, days of issue and return and Sundays included, and the journey cannot be broken on them. J. B....

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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AN OLD-TIME OHIO MURDER. A GIRL'S REMARKABLE DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

AN OLD-TIME OHIO MURDER. A GIRL'S REMARKABLE DREAM. About thirty years ago, a drover by the name of Young camoe down from Wheeling, gathering up stock 'fr the Easter& maikot.' de left ciommerield a little hamlet among the hill., and started on the way to Saraks ville just as darkness was setting in.' He uever was heard of more. His friends in Wheeling did not expect him home for seve ral weeks. He was a bachelor, and had no ,ear relatives. Something of a search was made for him a few weeks after he rode out into the darkness on his way to ?arahaville. butin-vin n-Thestory of"hisadisappearance was told over and over again among thb p ople 6f the region'until it passed into his tory. Twenty ycars after the disappearanc. ,if-thedrover;-the'daughtoerof `aprominentn citizen of .the county, living near sarahaville. had a singular dream. It seemed to hltthat she was at as faiidliar, point ou the main road leading fromn her" home to Simmtmiorilol. It was n-ght. and a storm was? thre...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Tales and Sketches. A ROSE OF SHARON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

A ROSE OF SHARON. It was in a LrIge and handsome green-hoiesa that two young people stood, admiring a magnificentplant, on the beauty of which the owner, Doctor Dorani, was expatiating. ' "" But whit is this?" the young lady said -".this odd,. dingy little plant, in the shadow of those superb blossoms! Was it placed here by way of contrast, I wonder?" The plant to which she alluded was of a dull green color, and floated in a saucer of water, on the surface of .which it lay with stiff leaves, flatly diverging from the centre. "That," said the doctor, "is more inter esting than it looks. It was sent me from Palestinm -where'it is vulgarly known'as the Rose of Sharon, though its botanical name is-" Some one of a group at the other end of the green-house suddenly called to him, and he was compelled to -hasten away, without having explained the properties of the " odd and dingy" little plant. The two young people stood where he had left them, screened by agroup of myrtles and roses-fit s...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Wit and Humor. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

,Johnl Johu, have I iiot ofteon told you, hat. drinking whiakey is badl for your'teniS oral and eternal welfare?,'" "Ay,iindeed. j have, minister.; but; I ken better.':,: : STake tihoe following four ?.l nes,, front four: separate productiqou. Sing .tlhell as- they are snng in their own tunes,; and if you dotn t inl as inearly, as possible, .'~GodtBlesa.aleo Priiice of Wales,'' we are as, Dutch !R.l any. ucif in tIolland -- . : -, ."'Fronm Greenland's icy mountalins," , . O, never look so shy;" . SThe flag that braved a thousand years, .' !' Good-bye, sweetheart,. good.byo! ',, ,Boys are not to be boys'anylonger; 'Acs ording to the new style, a boy who has been .undly birched twice a weok.for six months s 1thus' to raniounoo' iesiholldiyi "Dear' tareiits,-It lis, with ihingledt feelingse of: egret at leaving miiy kind preceptor, aid of' relight at the prospect of our meeting'tliat Sanneounce-to you the conclusion of oine calf year's stay at school:" ' . ',"Jasper lAdair" writes I" W...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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WARRAGUL COUNTY COURT. FRIDAY, 3RD DECEMBER. (Before His Honor Judge Nolan.) [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

WARR?GUL COUNTY COURT. aIDAT, 3RD DECEMBER. - (Before His Honor Judgeo Nolan.) ' Hornibrook v.. Calder.-Claim for £2. Struck out, no appearance. Phillips v. McLoughlan.-Claim for £8. 6s. 6d. Mr. Knott for plaintiff no appearance of defendant. Verdict for amount claimed, and 10s. costs. Streitberg v. Cayley.-Claim for £7. 7s. Verdict for the amount, to be paid in weekly instalments of £2. Mr. Knott for plaintiff; no appear ance of defendant. Maginn .Bros. v. Stewart.-Claim for £. 12s. 2d. J.Tudgment for amount defendant not appearing. Mr. Knott for plaintiff. - Tatterson v. Ware and another. Claim for £9. 16s. 8d. Settled out of court, Mr. Knott for plaintiff. Same v. H-lussey.-Goods £8. 15s. 7d. Verdict by consent defendant appear ing and admitting the debt. Mr. Knott for plaintiff. - Same v. Marshall and another. Goods £3. Ss. Sd. Verdict for the amount with 14s. costs. Mr. Knott for plaintiff. Same v. Levey.-Goods £2. 16s. Settled out of court. Mr. Knott for plaintiff. Love v. W.r...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

MISCELLANEOUS. • A: Sarr.s? ,Foo r.- It'is ai interesting, not' to nay pretty, 'sight to watch under the sur face of the foot either of a slug or snail in motion, and onie which may readily be wit nessed by inducing the creature to'crawl on' +a piece of clear lass.s A hollow glass eylin-' iter; such as the chimney of a' lamp, is pre' ferable to a flat sheet, as iffording grcatd: facilities for coos' inspection and smore rady handling.' Having placed the slug. or snail, inside the tube, wait till it hai got hold with its sucker-like foot, and then turn the glass! round so as to bring the unider side into view" So long as the animal renisias .at' rest there: is nothing: in particular to ikttraet ones'b attentioni; 'but the. moment' th : creatre begins to more,. a wonderful change:takes' place. Thed firsttimpression is that there' mustbe a hllollow channel aloiig thb centreof' the foot through which a foaming torrent is' rushing pell-mell from the ta~il towards the lhea? Such; it is sc...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, 3RD DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 9 December 1880

GOVYERNMENT GAZETTE. FIDAY, 3n )acsssBn. New post oflices.-Blungeeluke west, near Bungeeluke; ara Lake, near Lnra, Now merella near Cunningham. The petition for the severance of area from the shiro of Narracan and its annexa tion to the shire of Buln Iluln is gazetted. Notices may be served on Mr. W. D. Gar. side. J.P., Wrarragul. Applications for licenses approved. W. Allenu, Toongabbio north ; 'Ann Cashin, J. Wydull,' Tarwin; G. Glondinning, Kor. unburra ; Dlary A. IHunt, 'Yarnrgon ; T. Mulla e, Nar.nar.gooon; P. Maulno, Moon darrm. Relsons against forfoleture will be heard at Warrantu on I'hursilay, 10th Dluuember, at 11 o'ulhwk an.., in the following eases. W. 11. uektngham, Longgwarry; T. IRobl son, Mirboo. , Lenses 'approved .--T. M'Natnam, T'. Mackay, T. Duck, Traralgon ;J. U. Inesonm, M. Donovan Hazoelwood i Emma uRoberts. G. 8cales; Joy Yang ; J. ILang, Tooungbblo south;' P. Curran, Jeotho; W. P'. Hunter, Waurbgul l J. Dow, 'arnraan south ; W. Clements..nun., Allamnheeo t. ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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