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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
.Business Adveitisements. o .z W. MATCHETT, - - Wholesale and Family Butcher, - A ,S suececdcd 1. LANCASTER & CO., of tohe SSOMERSET. BUTCHERY, Queen-st., Warragul. deat of very best quality. I .Small Goods a Specialty' Always on Hand. OetL , CAor D FOR & Plno'MPTLY D])LIVErf. ? .. - E The Leading Establishnuent of the Town. - NOTICE OF REMOVAL A. J. HARRIS, The Well-known TAILOR, has REMOVED from In Premises lately occupied by Dr. Caumron. M. ' . is now shewing a ewv and Large. assortuent. Worsteds, Tweeds, &c., also a large stock of Hats, Shirts, Ties, of all Shades and Makes at Prices that cannot be beaten. Why Buy Slops when you can get a good fit and all woo Tweed Suit for £2 2s., to Measure. We have also a number of SUITS made to ORDER, aml not Callod for, tbat we are offering at Less than HAL-1'-PRICE. Notice New Address I3ESTEE3T STREET, Directly opposite Railway Station. Business Notice.. PUBLIC NOTICE. OLD HAY AND CORN STORE! CHAFFING WORKS. P. 1IYE...
YARRAGON RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
YARRAGON RACING CLUB, lrATtoss-M-essrs. W. M'Culloch and CrUUk M.'s.L.C., G. J. Turner, 31.L.A. P :lusmu .?rT- Mr. J. C m ,ite :.,.I ,,' Vice-Plitr-nstrs--Mcssrs. J. laun1 and .. Mountjoy. TraittSUIRE-1?. Atk inl. Co.si1TEi:-Messrs. C. Wallace, .i. 'i-ý. Mountjoy, W. Atkin, .M. O'lBictI;. Stanton, A. M'Killop, '. lthvy.er M'ICrry, G. Hough, T. Birown, J' Fisher, H. Fisher, 1'. J.. vim, E. Condon, W. Condon, .. lla,. thorpe, P. Hunter, B. ,La:g. : ford; P. Kennedy, \W. Wave W. Williams, C. Atkin, :J. W. Borland, W. Simpson, T. Toogood, C. Farrell. ILslltca.rrl:s-Messrs. W. Aitken aiu ., Cooper. Juot--3Mr. J. Cautpbell. ,.t ST.aTER-Mr. 1'. lunter. CilaIK or Sc.tl.-s-Mr. J.. \'. Jiorltl, CLelle or COUSE-Mr. 3If. . O;rie.' STewa?.n,s--aessrs. J. W. Borland, E. udnt. joy, W. Atkin, J. P. oMahoy, y . lILnt. ton, G. Hough, G. Evans, C. \Ya." lace, E. J. Fowler. The inaugural .meeting of tih Yarragon Racing Club was held oi Wednesday last. Though but reccntll. formed the promoters of the cl...
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
FARM AND DAIRY PIRODUCE REPOIIT. U The Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Company :report-Checese.-lPrime new cheese sold at 3d to ?ld.; mediumnr2d to 3d ; prime matured, ld to 4.d. -Potted Butter. - Prime fresh at 5d to .4d. Fresh Butter.- prime dairies from 7d to $tl; a few, spec:al linms higher iimneium to, good, from 4.d, to dd hinferior - ulower:, Eu gs?sellingj at: is. Bacon. Town sidesd,. id to 6d. per lb" country 3d4 to' ld per lb. " Hiams.-Town Gd to 7d per.lb; country" from 5d :to lid .per lb: ',;Beswax, 10d:; Lard--Bladders, 3d to i0?. Honey:.Finoeclear- garden sold at 3d; miediumld 1 to 2d. Carcase Pork, 3d to arid. per lb : medium'; 3d.. Poultry,-Tur keys,. Is to 1l0s per pair; geese,. s to Gs per pair; fowls is ls d to is per pair, accord ing to quality; ducks, 2s to 3s per pair.
HINTS ON ADVERTISING [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
HINTS ON ADVERTISING Advertising is not to be done by fits and starts, a little at a time, in a timid, scared kind of way, as if afraid of being caught at it. Jt should be regarded as one of the necessary e. penses of a business, and should be as' regular as rent, fuel or clerk hire. It should be well dont; there is such a thing as doing advertising so cheaply that no one finds out that it is being done at all. If you have a good business you should advertise, lest competitors should take advantageo: f the great lever and outstrip you in the race. If your business is small your should advertise, and let the public know where you are and what you have to sell, that they may come and buy. Trying to do business without adver tising is like making faces in the dark; you may know what you are about, but others do not. The man who, without interruption can keep his name before the public, is constantly informing possible cus tomers who lie is, where he is to be found, and what he is prepa...
Horticulture Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
iHorticulture Notes. , The Newtown pippin is popular, not only for home consumption, but for the foreign trade. - . : Roman hyacinths ; are 'extensively used for forcing, which may be done at a temperature of GO degs. .I * John Lewis Cbilds tells that the Chinese sacred lily blooms as well in pebbles and water as in soil. Jonquils are suitable, alike 'for pot culture or for planting out., The culture' required is the same as for hyacinths. The new Princess.strawberry, which' originated in Minnesota, was named by, the Horticultural society of thatstate; it at the same time took first prize over fifteei new seedlings. .'-''; ' ''' An experienced peach grower says: "Don't force a too rapid growth while joung, s itiedsto produiice atree sub-' ject to early.decay. Apply no fertilizer upon the peach orchard in good suil until the pearing period." , r
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
--'GENERAL. Postal IRates.-Ionlad.-Letters.-Ever,. ounce, 3d.; IurgentJetters, d. tidditioaal. Intercolouial -dtt ,-E l?udn or under, 2d. ?a?'ckets:-- very Soz. 'or tuder,.1d.. Books and aagnzines.-Every0 :;oI'?i?id., 2d, Newspapers, ,il. 'Packets to New South Wales and Queensland, . containing articles of any value, must be paid letter rate. ill3gPialterl Pot.-"Limit, 7 b;, Hate 2ibs;dr?",dbi, 9Da. 3 ach extra lb "d, by. special stamps at the 1.O. - All Countries Outside Australasia (whiclh for postal lpurposes includes British 34e\v. Guile Fiji, and N~ew Hebrides)-- Letters-For every 1 pz. or under ... 2.d Post Cards ... ... each 14d. Rleply Post Cards ... ... each idt Newspapers (for .United Kingdom), ..Eachi Newsvaspyrper t. kir ndei I. Id . EAeli idditi"cnt 'd!oz or frticto'nh therof ... ... ... Ad Newspapers (for places outside United Kingdom) 4 oz. or under ... ld (A) Comimercialpapers, 5 oz. or under, 2.d Fac lidditional 2 oz or under ... i4 (s) I'rintel1apers (othler thiial...
WARRAGUL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 6 April 1894
WARRACUL SHIRE COUNCIL. Seeti:ng of the Warragul Shire (ascil was held on. Wednesday and ,,as attended by President Smyth, rs . Andersou, Armstrong, Connor, \fllck, llarvice, Irwin, and Walker. CORRESPONDEs CE. Fromt C. Sargeant, M.L.C., stating that he had learned that Mr. J. L. how was willing to deliver his lecture t \arragul on the Credit Foncier 4vtem of loaning money to farmers ?ld otlers, and suggesting that if he ,ere invited the invitation should come throu gh the council.-MIr. Dow to be neated, but no expenses to be incurred crccpt rent of hall. Frotlt Gi. J. Turner, M.L.A., stating hialt he had waited on the Minister re trin service, but up to that time he ihad not received the report of his ofiicers. lie, however, would use his best endeavors to bring about the ,ideired change.-Received. From John Guinane, stating that he would take legal proceedings if Mr. I. Tattcrson did not remove his .lfiglhter yard farther from his ioundarr fence.--Received. Front 1:. J. IBiramn, S...
Against Jersey Inbreeding. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
Against Jersey Inbreeding. Eurotas was the result of an outcross. Her owner generally bred her and her descendants together without good re sults in that way, but other people bred her sons upon imported and other cows that were no kin to her, and the result of that course has been the large num ber of tested granddaughters of Eurotas. I bought at public and private sales several granddaughters of Eurotas, in bred, and never could make a good cow out of one of them, but I never, out of eight of her granddaughters which were outcrossed, failed but in one-instance to make a tested cow, although I bought them all as calves before they were de veloped. Tennessee people have been very suc cessful breeders of Jerseys, and they have from the start adopted the simple plan of breeding the good individuals of different approved families together and never inbreeding closely.- -New Dairy.
Dairy Testing at the World's Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
Dairy Testing at the World's Fair. (a) Monday, May 1, to May 10, in clusive-Illnstrations of methods of handling milk and cream. (During this period the machinery necessary to manufacture cheese will be put in proper condition.) (b) Thursday, May 11, to May 25, in clunsive-lBreed test No. 1-This test will oe conducted under such uniform methods of handling the milk and of manufacturing cheese as may be agreed to by the committee on tests, subject to these rules and the approval of the chief of the department of agriculture.. All commercial products-i. e., cheese, whey and increase and decrease in live weight -will be considered in making the award. (c) Friday, May 26, to Thursday, May 30, inclusive-Illustrations of methods of handling milk and cream. (During this period the machinery in use for the manufacture of cheese will be replaced with that for the manufacture of butter.) (d) Wednesday, May 31, to Aug. 28, in clusive, ninety days-Breed test No. 2 In this test all commercial pr...
THE DAIRY THE CREAMERY MAN'S NEW YEAR. Virtuous Resolutions That Pay the Man Who Makes Them. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
THE CREAMERY MAN'S NEW YEAR. Sirtnous Resolutions That Pay the Man Who )Iakes Them. At-the beginning of a new .year the conscientious creamery man will stop to take a retrospect of the last year to see where he has been derelict in his ways of doing business nnand w te better and more improved m!ethods should and could be substituted. To such the following list of resolves will probably be a welcome help. It is by no means an exhaustive one, but can easily be extended where occasion re quires: To do away with all haphazard and hit or miss ways of buying cream or milk, buy only by the test, and thus re duce this part of the business to a just and equitable basis. To provide a good supply of ice, or rather an oversupply, so the butter maker need hot scrimp himself in the use of it next summer. An oversupply of ice won't cost as much nowas an over supply of sumnter heat will next summer. To insist upon the use of ice by the patron, and to encourage by every means possible a more intell...
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
RECEIPT & PAY OFFICE. The following accounts are lying at the Roceipt and Pay Olice, Warragul: W. Ashton, M. Aitken, Buln ]3uln Shire, R. Burns, P. Bellingham, V. E. Brew, A. Cain, J. Clarke, W. Curtis, iW. H. Collins (2), L. Davies (2), W. Day, J. Ducey, P. Faragher, E. Frost, S. Gill, G. Hodges, 11. Jolly, D). Jones, J. F. Joyce, T. Kellcher, P. Kinnane, Langdon and Penney, C. Leach, G. Leith, N. O. McGuirk, J. E. McMahon, A. Mackenzie, W. Mantor., E. Moore, T. Newbook, F. Palmer, R. Paterson, W. J. toberts, C. Savige, G. H. Smith. J. Thorne, J. W. Williams, Warragul Shire, H. W. Witton.
EGG PACKING. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
EGG PACKING. As the export of eggs to Great Britain is likely in the near future to assume considerable proportions, the following extract from the " London Journal of Commerce" on the packing of eggs will be of interest to poultry keepers, The plan might be tried for domestic uses, and supplying the local market as well as for exportation. " It is well known, says a Continental contemporary, that eggs by being packed in chopped straw, hay, or saw dust acquire an after taste. This in convenience can be overcome by a new and original method of packing, which has recently been patented by F. Sey ferth, Hamburg, In accordance with this new method, the eggs are put into watertight vessels, which can be closed on all sides, the lid is put on, and then through an opening the interestices between the eggs are filled with water or a solution of salt, Through this method, the effect of which seems ia credible at first, the breakage of eggs is rendered absolutely impossible, provided the vess...
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
LOCAL NEWS. On enquiry we learn that Mr. McNeill, the succ'essful tenderer for 'Mr. Jaues Diiran's stock did not purchaso the baok debts as was generally supposed and stated in our last. The adiourned meeting of the VWarragul Football Club, wil! take place at Kennedy's Orient Hotel, to-morrow (W\ednesday) evening, when all tueusbers and inte~ disng welubers are requested to be itlesent. Messrs. Laugdou and PeIney, builders, of Napier-street, advertise elsewhere, that lthey arl prepared to supply and hang paper from 9ld. per piecee-hundy?es of pieces to chlooye irow. A number of proposed changes in the local Wesleyan Circuits have been dis. cussed within the past few weeks. One suggestion was to practically amalgamate the Drouin and the Warragul Circuits, and to dispense with the services of the Hlome Missionary at Neerim. But the proposition was distastasteful to all the three centres concerned, and it was allowed to drop. Another idea was to attach "Willowgrove" and "Hill End" to t...
YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
YARRACON. (FRno OUR OW' COIRRsSPOVDENT) Of late the weather has been simply superb. There have been nice rains with days full of beautiful sunshine that will freshen up our pastures and leave things, from a pastoral puint of view, just admirable. 0 0 0 0 The surroundings in connection with the railway station here look quite cheerful now, compared with some year or two ago. Tue reserves fenced in were allowed to remain covered with scrub and large rough tussock grass, that left it a matter of risk during the summer months when snakes make themselves presentable to take a bee line from the railway station to any particular point in the township. Now, however, this is all changed, for the Railway Department have let these reserves for grrzing purposes, and the lessees have cleared and cut down the scrub and under growth, which, besides bringing in an annual rental to the State, has given a clear outlook to those having home. steads fronting these reserves, and, as the poet might expre...
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
MAILS CLOSE AT WARRAGUL FOR Melbourne, twice daily,. at 10.15 a.m. and 7 p.m.;: travelling post, 11.10 a.m. and 7.50 p.m. Sale and Bairnsdale; twice daily, 10.15 a.i. and 7 p.m.; travelling post, 10.55 a.m. and 7.50 p.m. . : Neerim, Neerim" South and Rokeby, daily, 12 noon. Lardler--Mndays, Wednesdays and Fri days, 11.15 a.m.
CROSSOVER DIGGINGS. THE PETITION TO THE MINISTER OF MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
CROSSOVER DICCINCS. THE PETITION TO THE MINISTER OF MINES. --o-. The following, are the principle clauses of the petition to he presented to the Minister of Mines by the miners of the Crossover district. . The miners' representatives will confer with Mr. G. J. Turner, M.L.A., before forward ing the document: " That those of your petitioners who are experienced miners and residents in the locality with a knowledge of the country proposed to be prospected, and who are desirous of prospecting same. unfortunately have fiot the means to support them in any prolonged and systematic search in virgin country, the physicol and surface features of which are ,extremely difficult for exploration, not only requiring experienced miners accustomed to the exceedingly capricious and irregular deposits found in the upper silnrian rocks in Gippsland, but hardy bushmen used to track cutting, and furthermore- that the most suitable men available to form the party are married with families to support. Th...
FORTHCOMING LAND AND CLEARING SALES. HAMILTON & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
FORTHCOMING LAND AND CLEARING SALES. --0 HAMILTON & CO. Ar~sL 11th.-310a at Jeetho. Two lots of 100a and 120a respectively at Yan. nathan. 60a, 73a and 76a respectively at Longwarry. Allotments in Town. ship of Warragul. 315a at Allamnbee. The foregoing lots will be offered by public auction at the rooms of Messrs Buchan and Co., 01 Queen.street, Melbourne. APRnu 10th.-Clearing sale at Moore-park, Moe, for D)r. Moore, who has let his properties. SKEWS & I'ATTERISON. AriLt 12th.-Clearing sale at Trafalgar for Mr. Charles Murray, whose lease has expired. APrnI 13th.-Allotments at Drouin East, and in Township of Warragul. To be sold at Railway Hotel, Warragul. J. L, PARKES, ALn.L 11th.-Clearing sale at "Marble Hill Farm." Buln Buln, the residence of D. Cameron. Esq. At the settling up meeting of the Mae Turf Club on Wednesday evening, it was decided to hold another race gathering on the 24th prox. (Queen's Birthday). The success of the last meeting was considerably marr...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
TELEGIRAMS. Victoria.-- To or from any station, six words or inder,.6d.; each additional word Id. .Name` and address of sender and receiver is not clharged. N.S.Wales.-T'en words, is. ;additioonal \word, 2d. S. Australia and Tasmania,-Ten words 2s.; additional word 2d. Queenisland and a Westeri;'Australia. Ten words, s, ;,qeach additional word, Sd. New Zealanud;-Ten words, Ss 6d. ; each additional " word, 6d. The address and signature of messages to New Zeialand are charged for. United Kingdom, 4s 10d. per word.
A SUCCESSFUL FLAX GROWER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and West Gippsland Advertiser — 10 April 1894
A .SUCESSUL 'FLAX GROWER. The following interesting particulars. are given by Mr. Warren, a Brutheii' farmer.of his efforts to produce Italian flai:- 'Two years ago Mr. Warren obtained some .Italiai hemp seed from the Agiicultural Department- and sowed seven-acres of land with it. He was the only one of a number of farmers who responded to the invitation of the department to apply" for seed- to test the suitability of the soil and' climate for the production of flax. Having cleared, ploughed and sown the land, Mr. Warrenapplied for a bonus for £2 an acre and received it. When the crop'had reached a enorminous height, almost exceeding the highest growth in its native soil of Itialy, Mr. Warren was'abbut to utfit down, and prepare the fibre for the manufacturer. He was advised, however, by Mr. Knight, an expert of the Agricultural Department, to allow it to ripen for the seed, as it would be just as valuable as the fibre, which he could also obtain with a little more trouble, besides ...