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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 ATHENAEUM. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

"oui} LETTER T Q We dlstinctly:e it t '- that edoot necessa views oxu edyorrese onY t h i s h e a d i n g . ] o r r sn deT, THE ATHENSUI. TO THE EDITOR Sin,-" Progression" in h proposed alteration to e th that the majority of the sub favor of it. I find he has mistake, for on gauging the t,. members, fully two thirds said alterations, the other property in the locality, or bel local A.N.A. lodge, who eoida a ial Fto. themselves. num;ber of those said stl "birds of passage,"and miou off to Ballarat or Ararat at a dst "Pirogresssion" also statte ""snug litile rooms" producelittli well' that; is his, and the fault, I presume he is one of number, for 1 have been infenol. A.N.A. lodge have had the rooms, piano and gas from8 til for the small sum of 3s and : fighftsitting 5s was paid. The musi dithier be inexperiencedo for a sdeiety that recentlynettd'r the Publio money at their concert can surely afford to lib'erally than that. What the 'oally:Uant, is more books, nd haib that -want supp...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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GREAT FIRE AT WARRAGUL. THREE SHOPS AND TWO DWELLINGS DESTROYED. A THIRD DWELLING PARTIALLY GUTTED. DESTRUCTION OF STOCK AND FURNITURE. SUDDEN OUTBREAK. FAILIES RUSH FROM THEIR BEDS. GALLANT WORK A SUDDEN OUTBREAK. FAMILIES RUSH FROM THEIR BEDS. GALLANT WORK BY THE BRIGADE. SOME DARING PERFORMANCES DAMAGES ESTIMATED AT £1000 [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

CREAT FIRE AT WARRACUL. THREE' SHOPS AND TWO DWELLINGS DESTROYED. -0 A HIRD DWELLING PAR . TIALLY GUTTED. -0 DESTRUCTION.OF STOCK AND. S.?:, ?!:: FURNITURE. A SUDDEN OUTBREAK. FAMILIES RUSH'; FROM THEIR -? "? BEDS. .:.GALLANT ;WORK BY THE BRIGADE. SOME DARING PERFORMANCES DAMAGES ESTIMATED AT £-000 -0 ' The residents of Warragul were .on Saturday night thrown intoa condition of intense excitement by an outbreak of fire in the block of wooden buildings in Victoria-street,. which extend from the intersection with Smith-street. to the Commnercial Bank. The sudden ness of the, outbreak may be gauged from the fact that at twenty minutes past eleven: there-' was- 1o indication whatever offire, and a quarter of an hour later there, was suchi a' iiilliaiint conflagratioii that the entire town was illuminated, and. the.. reflection seen from Buln Buln on the one hand, and M'.Donald's-track:on the other. It is' inot for dus;at this'stage, to definitely state where the fire.originated,'beyond ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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PREVIOUS FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

PREVIOUSFIRES.Y., As Warragul has just ' passed the nineteenth ,year, ,of. its exis tence as a :place: dfu eisidence for white' nien, it ';will. be' intere'sting to note the fires that have so far taken place here. Our list may not be in chronological order, but, exclud ing minor alarms, we tlhinktlie followii ing a fairly accurate inventory : Nol1 House ovned?b'iMark~s lf offiey t. . ii Qucen-streesr nxtlthe ;old Police Barracks. No. 2. Small 8-roomed.; cottage at rear of boarding house, Queen street, owned byMrs. Mouirtz. No, 8. Rouse owned bf M&E. Codiinon -.Alfred-street southl, ~of line. ? (Mr? ,Cohdon hnd. two children No. 4. House of 4 rooms adjoining 0 "-" sand imiirto No.-2. No' 6Row ofsiops on siteo of L?donfi . Bank, Dimond's store or 1; '0 b ccpied vby0 'Messrsi :Haysoni, baker, Chinaman, as geneial No, Sliop at corner;of VYitoria 'and Napier-streets, .occupied by Mr. Cheap (the first anid last per , formance, of the engine of . the <6IdLb?rigade todk'...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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A Road Improvement. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

' A Road improvement. The "Warragul Shire Council have just effected a much-needed improvement on the Warragul to Drouin road, at a very trifling eost, by simply taking out the protruding stumps as far as the boundary between the two shires. If the Buln Buln Council will have the remainder of 'the road attended to: travellers will doubtless feel a little safer. It is astonish ing, what a nmnsber of tree roots are permitted to remain year after year on some of the principal roads, a menace to life arid. property. In case of accident fromn this cause the ratepayers would assuredly be mulched in -substantial damag4s.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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The Warragul Gymnasium. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

?si-The.Warragul Gymnasium. The proposal to establish a gymdasium in Warragul was placed on a;definite basis on Friday 'evening;.whensan meeting ,of ,intending; members was held in: the Athenusam. Mr. J. L. Parkes, one of the promoters, paid he intended starting some thnng oflthe soirt independent of anyone else, .but when he heard that Mr. Robin s6n and Mr. Morrison contemplated introdiicing 'something of a similar character he had a talk with them and they. arranged to go into the thing together. Negotiations were now almost completed for acquiring a lease of. what was known as. Lyon's Livery Stables for the' pirpose, and as soon as possible a start would bemade. The membership fee would be s a quarter," and two meetings would be held weekly. Football clubs cbiild, of course, hiive ihe further use of the gymnasiuni as might.be arranged and other details could be settled as things ~ent- on. - ' A list of the names of those who had proiised to' join was then read by Mr. iRobinson an...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Lardner Grapes. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

de )avo~repeatedlyh 2i~ariit statbd that' grapes cannot be, satisfactorily grown in the Warragul district. The experience of Mr. Lennox, of Lardner, is an emphatic cb?tradiction to this "statement:."He has' a number of. vines of .the Black Muscatel variety iandlothers, ,which !haveo'yielded .fr~4t. eaving.n othing..to ..bo., ?sired?.fo. quality and flavor, and he intends to de *voteispecial.attention to their culture' next season. Mr. Lennox has also a fine orchard of fmixeda fruits planted by.his prodecessbi alboiibt12 years ago' Sinde' purchasing the property ahont. years ago .he'hai? mh de iotideablle imprbroments ;both in:the,orchard and land adjoining:?

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

PfnbliK:Noticesa. - -'1OB rzaent Gaaeete" Ai theb OFFICE f this JOURNAL Id ca be INRDIOTJD by tsh PUBLIC asy time d arink iiies Keein. Oiaht;L1ne ofRoyal MailB amers (UICkEST 'atemno Routi to England. ? etetekria lesi Melbourns hiery fort. aighifor Plymsuth and London. *ORIENT .. I6 5 tons .. 'April 27. FAREM-£15 15e to £70. *0 C ling at Hobart en route from ydney., " r.. acilirties are new afterded for bring .: ig out friends a relatives froan Loadon by;: .bihei prepaymeat ef passage modse. _, W r Au.malno, GoLD FPIoai--Passe? glrs Booked in all classes fqI Albany-the niekeet roote to the fields. Reduded Rates. for -farther particulars •pply to ' N. Marshall, Branch Manager' 458 and 4'' d ' .t, Collins-street Melbourne. 'Don't ;Be 'deluded. You canhot rent the''vaeint property by merely hianging ard in the window. The. man who wants to catch Dame Foditne's' bmile mnast do aore than with the-lively lidy. Thousands hav. ,tried it.. Hundreds are .at.the same, game to-day, and ':? wil'...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

Public Notice. WARRAGCUL ..PORTS': DEPOT.-" , .. Cigars; . C ' Oigarettes, All of thef Best Bta'ds kept in stook. ":'r. r FANCYG ODS - ° of'allDlseiriptions. g=EAN OYo.ORAMNiENTS: - of all sorts. < ' : ,,., DOLLS and TOYS 't , :O?e?~ y In ??i'lt pleo d, the Children. CentemTn are'-reminded that.,,the SHAIRDRESSING ?SALOON" is one of the best out of Melbourne, and is ;conducted: on proper business principles. SiPlease Notethe Address '; :, ý-?J I ?ARTLEY. Sports' Depot, Queen-s ., .WARRAGUUL (opposite Railway Gates. . Notice.: GREAT :SHOW{' . I, .. . . -- : .< " ..-? ° NOW o- N...:$.r -0 Splendid Assortment of DRESSES, MILLINERY and IMANTLES, HOSIERY & CLOVES, UNDERCLOTHINC, BLANKETS, MEN'S CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOESE All at Lowest" Pric?s, Anderson Brois SHall of Commericre , :r: ,Builness Notice. UA NNIV RSARY . i? s., ,OF A i t . y . -THE INTRODUCTION ,i·ErC1rkfjl!* ...E : ...'m:Sýl Ya kr Bros.,' FAMOUS " CASH" SYSTEM FTIIREE years ago we CoMMEN. ?E L ...

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POLITICAL BOWLING GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

POLITICAL BOWLING CREEN. People say that my friend Mr.. Best,. the Minister of Lands is losing some of that unfailing amiability which used to distingnish him everywhere: I don't know if it is true. But if so, I can't feel surprised; for he must have' felt very often a supreme disgust 'at the patent insincerity cf those. 'who have been badgering him for months: over his land policy. Deputation i upon deputation have come to him asking to refrain from doing to the selectors mischief that he never had a thought of doing, s Of course in political life the tactics are. well enough understood. Messrs. i Graham, M'Coll, Dyer and the rest want to, pose as the friend of the farmers. And there .is no more pointed way of doing this than' by E pretending the Minister of Lands 'is a fierce threatening bogey bent on eating them all up, and only restrained in his vicious inclination by the fear of these gallant eefenders. Besides, it is i plesant by implication, to make your- - self out a saint a...

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WHAT DREAMS MAY COME. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

WHAT DREAMS MAY .COME., In a recent lecture at the" Royal Institution, Dr. B: W. Richardson says that the sleep of health, is dreamless. "Dreams," says Shake speare, " are childrenl of.an idle brain." If both the docfor ?'id :the poet are riglitt it 'follols that idle, brains;sarotm?lbea!lthy=iiin se:-.N doubt--there might be t~ruth in tihe' inference, but?tihat 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 causeas 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 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 other??words these is bodily condition which: may...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

Auctioneers' Notices. SHENRY HANSEN; Stock, Estate and General Commission Agent, QUEEN ST., WARRAGUL. - Clearing Sales Conducted. - STOCK ENTERED FOR THE BULN Y BULN AND WARRAGUL MARKETS - FREE OF CHARGE. - r Valuations Undertakeni -Loans Atranged. LocAL RaEPrnss TAT5VE OF MESSRS. wM. HAMILTON & CO. Buln Buin Monthly Market. - SATURDAY, 18rc MAY, 1895. - TT.. O.AML TON ' co; will sell iby public auction, at their yards, Turf I Clob Hotel, on above date, at 1 o'clook-: Horses. Cattle, Sheep, Pigs,/&'c. :, WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street, Melbourne Warragul Monthly ,Market. FRIDAY, 3Sn MAY, 1895. W MT . HAMILTON & CO. willhold their - ý'V ; next Monthly Sale at their yards, at reat of Lyons' Livery Stables, on the abovedate. when they will offer Horses, .?Q : Cattle, S Sheep,' . . rPigs, &c. WM. HAMILTON & CO., Warragul, and 120 Queen-street. Melbourne LEONGATHA SALE. FORTNIGHTLY SALE. Thursday, April 25, At One p.m. S...

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THE DAIRY EVAPORATED MILK. New Industry In Which Milk Is Reduced and Canned. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

EVAPORATED MILK. stwew tndustry In Which Milk Is Reduted and Canned. -hoee- two- kinds of -COu-' densed" milk on the - market, one that which is boiled down In in vacun with granulated sugar. This is an American invention. There is another less known that come from Switzerland, in which. the milk is condensed without the addi tion of sugar. To many palates this is preferable to that in which the sugar is added. A third method of condensing milk has been found successful, and the prod act has been put on the market to some extent under the name of evaporated reams. About 80 years ago a colony of Swiss farmers settled in Illinois in an ad. mirable grasing and dairy region eastof t. Louis. They brought with them their Swiml ways and language, and their de rcendants have mostly kept to the same to this day. They have a complete com* munity to themselves. The dairy indus try assumed from the first prominent proportions It was a member of this colony who after much experimenting perfected...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

Businiess . ýotiee. s . SCHWEITZER'S 3 "THE ANTI-DYSPEPTICG COCOA." HAY, CORN & SEED DEPOT. T. T. COLQUHOUN, Seed, Grain & Cha3ff erchant, (LEa A. P. MYERS & CO.) Napier-street, Warragul, Flower and Vegetable Seeds n Great Variety.* Horse' eed, Pow1s' Teed, Galsi Seed, Pbtatoes, c : ': '" BONE DUSBT- ~; BONE DUST; -- All at the Lowest Possible :rices. - MRS. J. :ROSS, - Qieen - Street ..Warrag-l - H AS a Large;and Varied Colleetion of STATIONERY. 'CBILDBENS' TOTS, SCHOOL REQUISITES, Such' as Boo)=, Slates, Bags, c.-; HABERDASHERY, Cottons, Wools and Crewel' Silks. Tube Oil Paints, and the beautiful Enamel Paints. Fancy Goods-large variety. CONFECTIONERY. Agent for.. Singer's Sewing Machine and Requisites. Also Fruit'and Vegetables in Season. CHRISTMAS and NEW TEAR-CARDS and TOYS in Great Variety. Postage Stamps' for Sale. TEETH Registered Surgeon Dentist TEETH. or TE TEETH' Parade, ASCOT VALE, TEETHMay be Consulted at the ROYAL TEETH HOTEL, Warragul, on THURS...

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SOMETHING FOR THE F[?] [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

SOMETHING FOR THE FAEgk SmI,-The proposal- to star, , liabilitydompany in tyarragul? facture flax and hemp fibre "' ,the locality, is now fairly I the question of its success or ta all-important one. Whetherther .is successfullyfloated and sa ns table industry firmly establish proposal ends in a fizzle, depenia upon the farmers who nmus scribe, or what is the se. guarantee the capital, and al? raw product. He cannot shiftl : .sibility. on to other should besides, will theynot profit I1 opening of a new source of inc business people and non-prode likely to make the mistake -t advancing capital for the b:::r and be the victims, as in tie , quoted, of a suicidal po?'r, Re prompted -by- the mistake naion capital thus advanced is not wor, some little return. 'Of core th' company. is slightly differen:~a t: factory company. As I unmItt, proposal it is to erect th r machinery and buildings fo tr of. growers fibre, a certain chrs . levied for the work performed. E? the company may possibly ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian
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SPARKS FROM THE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

SPARKS FROM THE FIRE, A couple of thieves took advantage .,of the. opportunity, of indulging their pilfering proclivities' by anniexing some of the goods, belonging to'Cash and Co. as they lay strewn upon the pavement. DMr. J: '."L. Parkes detected'one fellow and gave him in charge. Yesterday the two offenders were brought up before Mr.'J. Copeland J.P. Williaimi Quinn was charged with, estealing, a roll of tweed, valued ;at £2, and Edwin Wheeler, with stealing twa coats ands hat, of the avaluo of. 35si. They were both:remanded till 'to-day. Constable Jacobs prosecuted. ,Mr.'Pal 'had'a coupl of chairsluidia: clock'taken' away, 'and if the person who 'made.-'thoesnistake.would rectify it withosup delay the owner would, feel greatly obliged: ;ir. Paul hadr a' new:ctink, well filled with ivatefat therear bt hii hose, and afew;days \ago paid 3 12s 6d for it. That tank Is now useless' The Water was at first taken out Tihrou"ghthe top'in:'buakets and when it got too low to be reliched in ...

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SENSATIONAL SUICIDE AT ALLAMBEE. A YOUNG WOMAN POISONS HERSELF. SEQUEL TO A LOVE AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

SENSATIONAL SUICIDE AT ALLAMBEE. A YOUNG WOMAN POISON0 HERSELF. -- SEQUEL TO A LOVE AFFAIR. S'A' peculiarly distressing case of suicide occurred at Willow Vale, 'Allambee. on Saturday night, when'a young woman, named.Margaret.Edith Faulikner, daught9r tof Mr. John .FauTlier, farmeli tookh`rlife udder circilmstances 'whii?h ~idic attliat the act was a sequel"'to a love affair. It appears that about nine months ago at Yinnar, and after a stiay'iof six' months returned home.to her parents During her stay at Yinnar she became associated with a young man named. George Johnston, and it is alleged.they were engaged tobe married. Correspon. dence was carried on between thee parties after the deceased's re' tuno Allambee5, and she anticipate&d being married td.Johnston this Easter.'For7 the last six or seven weeks, however' she had received no-communication` from him. She had ftequently 'written' to ascertain he cause and had commenced making preparations 'for her marriage, and, as '...

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Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

The marriage of Mr. John Hehir, of the Victorian Railways, to' Miss E. Travers, late. of. Warragul,.. was. celebrated at: St. Francis Roman. Catholic Church. on Wednesday the 17th inst., the Rev. Father Lynch, P.P., being the'ofliciatng cleigy man. ,The bride, who was given ;away by her'cousin, Mr. Thos. Keegan~, of Morwell, looked extremely pretty,-boing a'ttired in an elg ait dress of cream ailk with long court train, trimmed with Irish lace. moire ribbons and drange blossoms;: handsome wreath and vbeiL. She dalso. ~ore a rich gold'adlbeck bangle, the gift of the bridegrobdhi! and' carried a.large shboer bolquet. The bride was attehded by ?iet ? cousin; Miss Bose Traviers "of Malimsbury,: who' was tastefully dressed in cremn'ncashinere, trimmed' with eidel wiess'laco and ribbons,.largo'pichiro hat and fashionable veil. Shealso wore hand some gold-brooch,- the gift of 'the bride grootm,and carnred a shower bouquet. Mr Thos,-Keegan (cousin of the bride), acted :as best .man. The pre...

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POSTAL INFORMATION. ENGLISH MAILS CLOSE AT GENERAL POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

POSTAL INFORMATION. Exeausu Mit.s Ciesa A, Gzea & Pos.Orrzcs. Paroles, 4.80 p.m. the day- before eteamer leaves. Registered'letfers, 11.80. a.mn. the day mail leaves. - Ordinarylettem, packetaukndnswspapere 4'p.m. day mail leaves. Intercolonial. British and foreign Pareles Poss.-Limit of weight, 11 iis. Poetage-UTited Kingdn?' 21bi or under, ls'. d.; eahs additienaLl~lbor under, 9d. India, 1 lb. or under, la.; eMh additional 1 lb., is. Pareles a·r also forwa'dea, via Londoni to every colony and country to which the United Kingdom sends pareels. Rates and particulars can be obtained at any post office. GENERAL. P6stal Rates.-Inland.--Leters.-Every omince, 2d.; urgent letters, 6,. additional. IihtereoloniaL-Ietters.-Evey khalfounce orunder, 2&. tPaekets.-Every eas. 'or under, d1. aooks andthiga?inee.-Every 4 or. or under, 2d, Niraspe)e, 4d. -1Packets to New South Wales and Queenslaud, eontainitg articles of any -alue, must be paid letter rate. Inland Parcel Peos.-Limit...

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RAILWAY TIME-TABLE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

RAUlWj rTIM*TABIE. WARRAGUL TO MELBOtUR0 E. Dp?. a.m. p.?. p.m. Ws ... 11.19 4 4.1 7.55 ngwarry .. 11.581 .5 ? .? ' Lon, 'rry 3 5. t 11.62 65.8 8.46 arq on- .. 14: ' S.40 8.54 en" m .. 12.9 5.52 9.4. eaconofield .. 15.25 6.14 9.20 Berek 19.130 '6.16 9.23 Dandenohng ' 12.13 6.50 9.52 Cakleigh (a) .. 1.16 7.19 'Oi?klegh (d) .. 1.51 7.18 10.16 Melbourne . 1.45 7.6 I 10.40 iMtRTxnrnxR?, x10 WApRRAtUL. Dep. a.m am p.m Melbourne .. T7 1. 11 4.20 Diridenong .. 8.46 1.15 5.38 Ber*ick .. 9.10 1.43 5.51 Be?senefleld .. 9.18 1.46 5.68 ?akalnam 3 9.31 2.T 6.14 NarTnan-goon .. 9.44 2.18 4.54 Tyaonei .. 9.s5 2.53 6.82 Garfeld .. 9.56 2.85 6.39 Banyip .. 10.4 2.49 6.43 Lbniirry .. 10.16 3.1 6?,. Droain .. 10.I6 3.1 7.10 ,,ral.--. .. -10.36 3.37 7.25 WAElRAGOL' TO 'TRABALOON. ,Departure. - a.m pm pi.m Wa.rag.l .. 11.8 5.45 7.56 Bloomfield .. 11.15 5.52 7.55 Darnum .. 11:S2 6.0 8.0 7Tarrigoe . 11.83 6.15 8.10 Trafalge .. 11.45 6.44 8.22 Mee .., 11.58 7.4 6.35 _botrwell" . 13.St 7.84 1.0 Trara~lon "....

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THE FLAX MOVEMENT. COMPANY FORMED AT WARRAGUL. 1000 SHARES OF £1 EACH. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian — 23 April 1895

THE FLAX MOVEMENT. t --C-C COMPANYi;FORMED AT , S-L WABRRAGUL. 1000 SHARES OF £1 EACH. t' ii 'tlhe.'tidjo~Brned meeting of farmers and'dthers'.iiiterested in the develop- s iment of the.: fld ?industry in the distriot. was held in the Shire Hall, Warragul, on Friday. aftqrnoon, and t' was well attended.. Mr. G. W\. Ander son, occupied the chair, and there were a about 20 others .iresent. o Mr. R. W. Judd .was appointed n secretary at the previous meeting, and in accoidance with a wish then 'ex pressed h' had endeavored to elicit C further information concerning the   cultivation of flax and the methods of   establishing a company. Among   others he had written.to Mr. D. F. M'Kenzie, of Yarram Yarram, and'as-~' certained that that gentleman bad previously received a communication from Mr. W. Chappell on the subject and that Mr. M Ienzie had sent the f following reply- . Your favor of the 5th inst. duly to hand re particulars and .information of ...

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