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A GLANCE ROUND THE INDIAN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

* ,hGLAINC ROUND Tiler INDIAW COURT.'.'.. The Indian court is an exceedingly attrac. tivoe. one, as it possess5O numerous.cunrious articles of oriental manufacture. In the middle of. the court stands a beautiful cabinet from Madras; nearly 9 feet high, which forms one of the chief features of attraction.. It is made of. mahogany, with carved sandalwood in ligh..relief, representing a part of the Hiudoomythology. A show case of carved deodar wood from the Punjaub; characteristic' of the architecture of the province, will be found a little further beyond, anid in this is exhibited magnificent caslhmere and other shawls, as' wel as laco and embroidery. Some suites of blackwood furniture are well worth looking at. The Workmanship is of the most elaborate character, and represents foliago done by piecework. There is also a large quantity of brasswork, consisting of dishes, water jugs and other utensils, chased in the most extravagant manner after the pattern of the Hindoo mythology. Toge...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Good Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

SCalamity is man's tree touchstone.: There is no life on, earth but being in love. ,:The joy, of i meeting pays' the. pings of ab senee; else who could bear .it i Ro.oei.. ;A life of full and constant.employment.is .tlie,only safe arid happyone l ; . They pray the best who pray and watch; they watch the best who watch and pray.,, , Virtue maketha men on-,the. earth famous, in their gravesiglorious, and in heaven in The greatest man living maystand in needl ofthe meanest, as much as the meanest does, of him.,?.. :e .are; comimaded to soiv seeds, not knowing :which Iwill: prosper:; , and so it is with ourprayers;for ourfellow men."?; i-;;: Despondency:comes readily:enough:touse Sall. , The daily.greeting of -our friends can' raise or depress our spirits fr.a day.. ., :.He who truly wishes the, happiness of, ny, ones .cannot bpe long, without .discovering somemode of contributing.to it. ; ::; ,,, ? : Thoseewho; without knoiying us,,thinkeor speak eil, of us,, do io harmn;, it is not us...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HARVEST OF BEETLES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

A HARVEST OP BEETLES. .The provincial official journals of Russ' i give some curious statistics of the harvest of beetlesin the iouthern Province. ; In many parts of Kharkoff the only 'harvestreape thes year .by the peasants has been that of the Anisophl austriaca, f.r. colleoting whiio' the loual assemblies hbae granted ~snall eun sidies. The results of the harvest are weekly published in the Kharkoff. Vedomostiian I the number received to-day coritains a long list in continuation of previans ones.:' From this we learn that two tons of beetles haveo heeli rospedin the Comsmuio of Veselandsjki, five tons :at Vasilievaky, seven toils a: the Ger man colonhies at Eigeafeld, ten tons at Belo zerak. andt ifteun tons at! Prisbilak.. Suclh tigures as these but fai;ntly bring home to thi, mmd-the ravages wrought' by the insect pests of Russia, and their prostrating effects on tihe prosperity of the'country. ' Tne'visi tatioa, indeed, is as' extraordinary as'it is beyond human skill to cope ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

IMELBOURNE MARKETS. (Br LECRICC TELEGRAPH.) Wit. Hatra-ox & Co. report for. week ending the o2nd December:-Fat Cattle. 2800 entered, causing a two days' sale; 1560 were sold to-day ;.this large number following the heavy quittinces and glutted market of'last week caused prices to fall about lOs. per head. 21800 sheep sold at. prices about equal to; and 7200 lambs at rates a little lower than last week's.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Agricultural. TEXTILE PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

TEXTILl PLANTS.':: Dr Grothe, of Berlin, has recenty ,pnb lished a work on the. textile fibres of the world. Thel subject is one ofmulch impor tance. ?Rosenthial who also wrote on textile plants, euumerates 360 species which are used for spinaing, weaving, basket-work, and cordag-. Many of these, may be protitably cultivatbd.' Dr. Grothe classities,textiles into seed, bark stalk, and leaf fibres. Cotton is a good representative of the seed-fibre class. ..Bark-libre plants are more numerous. Amnong 31 families .of this class there are epseles of. flax, birch, malva, linden, milk. wred'(As lepiad), nettle, legiminous plants, composite, willow, myrtle and many others. including a gymnosperm and a fern; : The universal use of flax places in the front rank. Amoug the plants of the lindeu famil, in the trea Chooorus, C. c'apularis, and O. ilitorus, yielding the jute fibre ,wh se cultivation is rapidly increasing Other valuable textile plants of the same family are the Aublotia, of Guiana,...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW CAN A WOMAN TELL? [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

He toldl nie his love'this morning,-: I With his doarIhand clasping mine, .' -:And he'said: " God speed the dawnin : When, sweet, I may call thee min'd: But my fond heart questionied softly,i ., Though lovihg" him true and i'well, " :Will his love outlast all changes ': Ohh'lh'ow can a woman tell? When the years sbll bring their trials, . ndthe cares and pains,outweigh.l. The joys ii the little household;,. ;.. As clouds might obscuirc:the day, -Will the hand that lhas held iine fondly,: When niaidenlysill hefell . " . , As earnestly shield froni sorrow?, Oh ! how can a woman tell. When the silvery threads aie creepiig Through my tresses one by one; ' VWhen I lose my youth'ahdl beauty, 4As many a wife has done, Vill his heart be mine as truly ' As when in the flowery dell Hd gave me his trusted promise ' . Oh! how can a woman tell ? - ' I glance at my weetheart waiting, : Ii eyes they are clear and true; . : ' "I will lve limhum my hear said ladly, "Iwill trust him thewideworld thro...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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A COMPANION IN THE CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

A COMPANION :IN" THE CARS. 'Mr. Win.. J.: Florence, the Ameriian coniedian, relates the .following amiuing' story in. Th Teatre for October: Once,. during ,a ;tour in the Western States, an incident occurred .in which: I rather think I played the victim.. .We were en'rouie from Cleveland to Cincin. nati,'an eight or ten hours' journey. After seeidg my wife comfortably seated; I walked forward to the smoking-car, a?d. seating myself in the only unoccupied place, I. pulled out 'my .cigar-case and offered a cigar .to the person next me. Ha was a man about sixty years of age, gentlemanly in appoarance, and of asomoe what reserved and. bashfut mien... iEs gracefully naeopted- the 'igai,' and in a few moments we became 'engaged in con versation. ' " Are you going far west P" .I .in quired. - S?Merely so far as Columbus," said he. (Columbus, I may explain, is. the.capital of Ohio.) - "And you, sirP ". he added interrogatively.?? . i: "! I am journeying towards Cincinnati.' I wasquite a you...

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 — 23 December 1880

"ARE Ti eY iMA OP .CLTiR "-It was at the hospital. A lady had brought a beau. tiful bouuet., As it stood in the vase on the table, decked in the wondrous glory of its manuy colors, the unnaturally bright eyes of the poor, sick boy, lying in the bed, glowed' with i an unwonted' lustre, lighting up the sharp lines of his emaciated face :with an awful distisictness. Hush I. he is speaking: Putting her ears close. to his:lips, she catqhes these words-: "The, are so pretty! :, Are they made of; clothliL ' Poor child ! bor, in an attic, and reared in a narrow city alley, he had no knowledge of-an earth that was not'crowded with paving stones. He knew nothing of the great'open country, with its green fields' and: fower=pied meadows. He had never seen a flower, excepting, perhaps; a sickly geranium or a faded rose. "Are they made: of 'cloth'"- he asks.--Boston Transcript. a i . PossEs-ivE 1MY, OR Mi.c.-A, foreiger writes to the New York Sun :-I am study ing English, and for that reason I pa...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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"IF WE WOULD." [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

Itfweyrould but?check:the speaker, ;:ri :; W.hVhen:hiesoilq.a ne ihbosur'a.£me'r,": wi If.we would ut help thelerrng Ereiwei utter wvords of blame ; If we would, how many, might we " Turn from paths of sie and shame.. Ahi ! the wron?gsthat inight be righted i If we would but see the way I. 'Ah the pains that might be lighten'd Everyhour and every, day, If we would but hear the pleadings Of the hearts that go astray Let is,' step outside the stronghold Of our selfishness aind pride;' Let us lift our fainting brothers 'Let usistrengthen era we chide; Let us, ere we blamedthe fallen,: Hold a light to cheer and guide; "Ahi how blessed ah, how blessed Earth wouldbe ifwe but try .r , . - t,: Thus to aid and right the weaker: -. Thus to check each brother's igh; : Thus to walk in duty's pathway, . To our better life on high. , In each life, however lowly, . There are seeds of mighty good ; r Still, we shrinl?from souls appealing ,i With a timid " If we could ; Godd, whb' ever judgeth all t...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. MELBOURNE TO SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

XRAILWAY TMIE TABLE. ..?ELBOURLNE TO SALE. a.m. p.m. s. d. a. d Melbourne to- ..7 554 &rmadale ... 9 . _.. Oikleigh 8 23 4:35 1 6 1 0 Dandenong ..8 444 56 3- 0 2 0 Bertrick .9'- , 75 19 4 61 0 Palenham : ... 9205 41- G6 0 4 0 Bunyip ... 9 586 10 .8 o0 5 6 Droin ..JO 206329 6 0 amrve 103 547 . Sanvu (depart 1;27' Wateiloo U.. 10 7 2511 6 6 Trafal"ai +... iL1 237 2S812 ,6 8 68 Moe ,.. 1 42 57 1130 19 0 Morwell ... 12. 78 22 21 010, 0 .Traralgon ... 12 28 8 4316 0 11 0 Flynn's Creek " ,.. 12:501~'9 517"'6 12 0 Rosedaleo. . :: ;' !3 19 '1818 612' '6 Sale': .. I :40 955 91;. 614: 0 A MLE TO MELOULE:: . S a.i: m. p.m.:s: s.. .. d. SRle to- ..7 42 4 4 'Rosdale .? . "81814401:3 ''01 2C0 FJyun's Creek :.:: '.8:31 4:63 3-l 6. 24 - 6 Prarlgon .; ... :. 8; 5 .6 51 5 61 3':.6 :Mlorwell ... 9-14 5 S36 '616? 4' 6 Moe : ... .. 9 96. 1 8,015 '6 Traf$lgar.: i .9:58620oo o!l 0 :: Waterloo :.: ::10 10 G 82 10 :0 6'6' a r , .10ve 10305 5 : ' 1 6 . .( departo 10 507 , :;1 rin. i: ,. 11':a67-2812 ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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[?] and Sumor. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

Wif nb ~umor. A great many la en talk in theirlee an.ir equal nnmber of Clergymen sleep -Wh eAre always coiplainins. that our da ire few, but acting as though there would no:eird f them. e was the first man who strietly o serve ent. d He lived on water forty da?. and forty nights. ays. There are no professional beauties in thi country. The great number of amate?n crowd out professionals. " -Bt lagfir ireiai nari" topi-ii th business. They go to work at once ao? makean opening. --The time a boy lbegins to think his mothei dgea't 'ilkni enough" 'o?`elect his clothia 'for.him.iasa dangerous!period of! his histo A Collins street music-seller was lately overpowered by a fastidious young Lly wh wainted topurchas9,:"Mr. Hood's ong' of gentleman sunders garment." j Young dot?s should not grumblebecause they, find. it difficult toget into praetice. They will be certaii to succeed if they only have the patients. A lawyer in a foreelosure cas~, in smmi ip"?'ir l-"",?y it 'please the court, sew...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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STEALING CHALK FOR FANNY ELLSLER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

STEALINGCHALK- FOR FANNY ELLSLER.' PFannyEllalr's dressing'room wnsspaciqss, well ventilated, and -well furisohea, .save' that'tle fuiitux wav' liifonly powdered 1jtlh 0lll1 dijqa Chalk Wias everywhere,' on cliira, floori and toilet table "'The ldahcer cannot do without chalk-it is.alnostras' in dispensable as logs. The soles of herishoes have'to be coated with chalk,: to lend the aurfape,the : roughness ;tlmat.i.gives a nriD ,W.ell,ones ight, as the auther o' the," Diabe Boites" 'enterjd:. F'any'e lodg h on1ed her storming and panting in a passionate fury most magnficent to behold. " 3My dear~Burnt," she cried (Burnt was her manager), "I am in a tearful rage. Just fancy, my pas soul is at hand, and the corps do ballet have stolen'my chalk I" 'What; stolen-.it? Can it.be possible'?" "' ?Pd1eiblc,! "It:ig ..· I'have 1ookeil 'oery= wheea, a?d' qihesti6dncd everyone-eLNathalie, i" jaaNbblet:her iister--alldefY ,nw" ing anything about it. -It.'a'.?cbpiracy, .that's clear. Burnt, you'll ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A ROMANTIC SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

A ROMANTIC SITUATION. Miss Angelina Aspeirm ent rdsticating last summer witli-her ma. They foiud 'board at a pleasant country homestead,wivhere there wasu already quite a party.. -Miss:Aspem desired to make herself ,generally agreeable; and decided to, cultivate. the acquaintance of the grandmother of 'the household .on -the very:first evening after her arrial... Accord: ingly after tea, when tlieboarder hiad i~sei?, bled on the.porch to enjoy thd cool' breeze, "Miss Aspem opened on the grandmother, who wasbusy. with her knitting. - . " This is a very romantic situation," said the young lady, addressing the venerable dame. ... : The latter looked at her inquiringly. " " This is- a very romantis situation," re peated the young lady, in her sweetest tones and a little louder." - :The old lady said :. '"I am a little hard of hearing; please speak louder. . '' this is a very romantic situation," again repeated Miss Aspem in a higher key, color. ing slightly, and looking a little embarra...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Tales and Sketches. BILL BOWKER'S TRIUMPH. BLISSFUL END OF A COLLIER'S COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

latcs a nb 1hcttcb s. BILL BOWKER'S TRIUMPH. BLISSFUL END OF A COLLIER'S COURTSHlP. William descended to the pump in the back yard, and had a wash in thet.half light of 4 o'clock, and Selina got out of bed and took sly. peeps at him through her tears. William, his.ablutions over, went out for a dreary stroll, past the Hilly piece, and over Stevenson's hills, and down Jacob's ladder, and Dead .an's. laneand on to the brook side again. Thiere, on June bridge; Fi-tol' and watched the eddies circle around the 'eat stones, and found that negative and ewildered- comfort-.rhichtronblce-al:aSys. finds in rtuming water. Meanwhile Selina had gone bhckto bed and had there renewed her tears, and w??s finding somecomfortin nunuing water also. And at the moment ihen e William stood upon June bridge, Abraham Gough, in a suit of flaniinels, was making his way to the day-shift in the Strip ild-at-it. Lest you should find yourself too much disturbed by the phrase; let me explain that the Strip-and-at...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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WARRAGUL COUNTY COURT. MONDAY, 20TH DECEMBER. (Before His Honor Judge Nolan.) [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

WARRAGUL COUNTY COURT. MoSrAY, 20Tr DECEMBER. (Before His Honor Jndge Nolan.) Tatterson v. Burrows.-Goods and money lent £14 3s. lid... Mr.. Knott for plaintiff Mr. Commiins for defen dant. The correctness of the accounts was disputed by defendant, and. Mr. Commins contended that the bill ren dered was £? too much. ..Mr.,Knott pointed out that two bills' reidered carried strong confirmation of plain tiff's case, and showed how the ap parent discrepancy pointed out by Mr. Commins was counterbalanced. -His Honor was of opinion that the accounts is rendered by plaintiff were quite correct, and gave a. verdict for .the amount claimed with £l 14s. costs. i George v;' Williams.-Claim for £6 10s. on an' I.O.U. Mr. Knott for plaintiff Mr. Commins for defendant. The defence-was that the arrangement on the strength of which thbe I.O.U. was given was not carried out, butas it appeared to His Honor that the de fence was unitenable, he informed Mr. Comminus that he had not a leg to stand on, as ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Melbourne International Exhibition. A GLANCE ROUND THE QUEENSLAND COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

Melbourne International:i S . Exhibition;i A :GLANCE ROUND THE: QUEENS.,, LAND. COURT.:, In tihliiniteii' space allotted to Queois land the official representatives of that colony ihavo had many' ditficulties: to, conteid:with, and it is greatly-to tho creditof thoso gentle men that these hair' been, as 'far as possiblde; overcome;, It is evident at a glance that the exhibiion of :resources;o natural and intro duced, has been the chief ami and object of the'arrangeneut adopted, and in this respect the court' challenges the closest: comparison with those 'of the older Australian settle ments.. ".At the entrance from. the central block- avenue the pyramid of'pearl shells, which: has already done -duty in Sydney, occupies the central position,; with the large and siteresting' collection' of specimens of hBohe lemer' contributed by Mlr. F. J. 'W. Beardmore, Messrs.. Beardmore and Olive, and'Messs. W. VJ. Hartley and.Co.,, of Cook towli, s ith their several gathering'grounds set forth' a...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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CONCERT AT TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

CONCERT AT TRAIRALGON. On Tuesday, 14th inst., an amateur concert took place in the Mechanics' Institute, Traralgon, in aid of St James Church of England, and was a great success in point' of attendance thefrontseats being literally crammed. The performance commenced with the.. the pianoforte Duet " Qui` Vive': by Miss Gillan and- Miss. Horns, which was loudly applauded, and deservedly so. Mr .Blanchard, who most ably performed. the 'duties, of conductor and accompanist during' the evening next sang "My Boyhood's Home" 'iii splendid style, elicitfing well merited 1 approbation. Our old friend Mr. ' Irving brought down the house by his` recitation "'The Spanish Champion." "Tell me how to woo thee" was fairly sung by Mr., Spicer, andl Mr.. ...; I Simmons's efforts in "The meeting of the waters"-"were' favorably, received. The vocal. duet " Very Suspicious" by Mr. and Miss Irving which followed, was' . very_. t-atstefully rendered, and pleased the aiiudience so much that an encore was ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. SATURDAY, 18TH DECEMBER. ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

NAR&ACAN SHIRE; COUNCIL: SATUIRDAY, 1STIe DECEMBER. ArfUAl ' MEEI lG Present.-The President (S. Vary, Esq., J.P.), and Crs., Lloyd, Duma resq; Robinson, Bawden, Wood, Mil-: ler, Hann and Rollo. The Secretary read over the balance: sheet and auditors' report (advertised' in ahothcr column) which 'were passed and allowed on the motion of the President seconded by Cr. Hann. A vote of thanks'was recorded to Messrs Powell and Lithgow for.the painstak int manner in which they had per formed their duties on the motion of Crs. Dumaresq and Robinson. ORDINMARY MEETING. The minutes of last meeting hav ing beenh read aind confirmed, inward correspondence was received and dealt with: From D. Hughes, offering to fill in crab-holes, or clear round the same, and keep the road in repair from Wil derness Creek to Loscombe's Hotel for six months from 31st December, 1880, for £35.-Received. From W. McClelland, drawing at tention to the Mirboo Road encroach ing on his' selection' and asking the...

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 — 23 December 1880

Stnd Horses. THE MAOGNIICErNT DRAUGHT STALLION YOUNG LINCOLNSHIRE HERO, Imported from Tasmania, Will stndithis season atMr. BRAVIXGTONS' Farm, Brandy Creek. TrUNo " icoinshire Hero is a- blac I horse, stands over 16- Ghands high,on very short legs. Bred by Win. Brown, Esq. Sire,-Lincolnshire Hero, the champion horse of Tasoania. Dam, Diamond, by Boxer, by Black Champion (imp); grand-dam,-bt y Old Lincoln, imported by D. Wildmore; g-g-dam, by Czar (imp.) This horse is so well known that comment is almost,unnecessary; and from the above guaranteed pedigree, it will be seen this horse possesses the best strain of blood in Victoria. He has taken two first-class prizes and one second, being beateno only by the imported horse Grey Champion, at Whittle sea. .As a proof of being a sure foal-getter os live foals were placed to his credit out of - -SOmnar seraml lust suaoun. &erms: £4 4s.,.. Including grass until mares are stinted, to be paid before removal. Groom'sfee 2s. Gd. Inspect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 23 December 1880

Educational. E D U CA TI O N.AL. )AY AND POARDING SCHOOL YOU?G LADIES 4 APP SLEY PLACE, EiesTERN HILL, /Melbourne. EsT AiLISHnED 1865. Fees for boh rders, weekly and foul, vary from tea toftweaty guineas per term, ao cording to a e and requirements. PnROSI ECTUs ON APPLICATION. There ar a four school terms in the year, of rather more than eleven weeks each. For pu'ils entering after the commence ment of a' term, a reduction in fees is made commens,urate with the period that may have elapsed from the fixed date, or if pre ferred, the term maybe made to commence' from th e date of entry. Poswcarr-. You ng ladies who have advanced beyond the st age of the general schoolroom course of st ody, but whose parents or guardians may wish them to stay for a time in Mel bo? ne for educational purposes can obtain BoARD as D r EnSIDENCE AT TonRRuGTON HOUSE, w aich establishment is within easy reach of t' ,e University, the Painting Gallery, the Sooms of the most distinguished professors of music,...

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