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THE CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT. BUTTER INDUSTRY. PROPOSED FACTORY AT BOOLARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
THE CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT. BUTTER. IDUSTRY. PROPOSED FACTORY AT BOOLARRA. Boolarra farmers are thinking of establishing a co-operative butter fac tory at Boolarra, or devising a scheme whereby they could join in, on a work able basis, with the Mirboo North company. The matter was discussed by a meeting of about 30 farmers on Monday. Mr St. Ellen (chairman of the Mlir boo Company) MIr Graham (the mana ger) and Mr Wilson (the manager of the Gippsland and Northern Co-6pera tive Selling Co.) were present, and explained matters to the meeting. Mr Wilson said it was unfortunate thalt there should be such a fine stretch of country from Boolarra to MIorwell without a co-operative factory. There had been one at Yinnar, but after years of struggling it had been sold to a private company. There was a broader aspect than this as co-opera tion did not begin and end with local failures. The co-operative concern could work just as economically as the proprietary could, and turn out just. as good a...
UPPER TRARALGON CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
UPPER TRARALGON CREEK. ,The rifle club ha3 been closed down since the qease of the range onM r. J. T. Thompson's pla-e ha. expired, but the comittee have been working well (together to have a new range erected on a si:e se lectea on Messrs. Guntzler Bros. place, where an up-to-date range has been built under the personal supervision of Warrant IOfficer Jen nmrgs. At a committee meet'ng he~.ld in the hall on the 27th December, it was decided to open the new range on Friday, January 9, and to ask Council,.or Pentland to perform the, opening ceremony. All the ne:h boring clubs are to be.invited, and also the residents ot the surr6und mng districts. •It was aLo derided to hold a dance in the locaI hall in the even ing in aid pof the funds, and the committee hope it .will be a great success. The new range will cost about £58, and is 'fitted with two sets ot targets and telephone, to 600 d;.,. which should prove a boon to members, as the shooting wvil be done in ha.f the time, especially ...
PLAIN WORDS ON GIVING [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
PLAIN WORDS ON GIVING On Christmas Sunday mo n'n , 28th Decemb:r, the Rev. W. H. Scurr in the lo:al Meihodist pplpit had some frank things to say on the above subject that will do our leaders rioharmto read. In srei king from the text: "The word i'as made flesh, and dwelt among us full of grace and truth," Mr. Scurr pointed out (1), that this ,ext reminded us that Chr stmas r"as the celebration of the great IUst event in the world, namrely, the birthday of a personality, which is what the ivorld at evcry point i; *ieeding; (2), that ithe arrival of this particular persona'ity (the King) among men meant a great thonor and a great opportu: iy to all; and (3), that the words indica ted the length to which the liv ing God was willing to go in His determination to grip and save t':e world. The preacher (itedF the case. of South Afr-a during the Boer wvar, when Britain was send ing crowds of her sons, and shel ding her va'uable blood to save South Afrifa. which the hon'r and integrity of ...
SANDBANK SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
SANDBANK SPORTS. --- The Sandbank picnic sports on New Year's Day were ery suc cessful. There was a :a- e .t en ,lance, and the visitors hal a viry good outing. T'lhere is no more delhghtfiil place in the Ttiraajon distnrict for a short ho'i iay, ,nd numbers of country to- ns ,,ould be dd!ighted to have such a r lace. It is a n atural beauty spot-a combination of river anl park, ana ,on the banks 'of the form.r i a mi' mnature sea b-adh. There i siel. ter for the adults under the s rv.bs and trees, and the 'ittle one can paddle in the water. The cornm mittee is improving the place each year and making it more :ttrac tve, and in the years to ,ome it will be a de'ightful; rerot--a ay f'om the " madldening crowd." Th-" sports prizes on New Y ar's Day were necessarily small, seen that the comimittee had a .substant al debt to wipe out, but it 1· reitty certain next year more substantial prizes will be offered. It ..nten ded to make the picnc sportp; a good annual event for t.i. ceason, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
SPECIAL XMAS DISPLAY. MIAC. OHRISTENSEN IS NOW DISPLAYING A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT uF Remnants. Remnants. Special Bargains in Linoleums. All Our Remnant, in Linos at l Floorcloths (rsnging from 4 to 8 )aris ftug) we have decided to CLEAR REGARDLESS OF COST. Air Good Patterns. Do not Miss The0e. .It Will Pay You to Give Us a Call. What You Buy We Stand By. -COME RIGHT NOW TO- Novelties, Xmas Presents and New Year Gifts, SUITABLE FOR BOTH YOUNG AND OLD. We cannot Describe the Many Articles we are Placing Befrate You. ---- Your Inspection Cordially Invited. MAC. CHRISTENSEN, * DAER -RE RIEMEMBER --THE CGIPPSLAND TRADING CO'" X mas Fai COMMENCING Friday, December 19, 1913. Christmas is wel in Sight, so why not think 4f XMAS o XMAS GIFTS. o GIFTS. We can Supply all your Wants in GENERAL IDRAPERY SMART COSTUMES8 CHIC MILLINERY, DAINTY UNDERWEAR & CHRISTMAS GIFTS At Prices that have made the Gippsland Trading Co. :For UNIFORM GOOD VALUE. LADIES' One-Piece Robes, in Crepes and Linnears...
GORMANDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
GORMANDALE. -o--- The recent spell of fine wvea:hcr has been most favorab1e for har vesting, an~d the crops have been got in in splendid conditijn.. The holidays passed off very qu.etl(y, but pleasant y. here about and relatives from near and far have bteen visiting their homes. The Carrajung peopI11a ha:l a fine uiay for their sports on 'New lear's' Day, and the committee. shourlre Ilave a good ba)irnce sheer ito .how at the annual; mertinm. The kIadlie3 committee had t'.eir wind-up meetihg in connection with the recent te. meetin;. The 'net profit wii be £17 10s. Th~s, ardded to the money alrea-Jy in hand,. wil make a sum of about 1£40 as a nucr;eus .of the building hind of the proposed new chur h of England. Mr. Craig, who pre sided, thankeJ the Jtdies for thq mpnner in which they had u orkcd to bring about such a spJzendid resuk.s. He specially thankedMiss Gil(.enan, who acted as secretary afdd treasurer. The question of severance is to come before the Mhilster on Wed nesday. Th...
CARRAJUNG SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
CARRAJUNG SPORTS. -0 The Carrajung sIorts whicha-e held always on New eYar's Day, generalrly attract a large gather ing, but the attendance this year not quite so ~l.arge as usua', pro babj,y owing to counter attractions The drive to the sports ground is a very picture5squi one, andt a ibt of peopje make the tritnp purely for the purpose of seeing the beauti f ul' scenery. The Iday n as glorious, al'though a little ton hot for outr door amusement. But Car ajung is cool, on the hottest day, be:ng so high above the sea 'evcl, and everyone was welA. pleased with the day's amu:ement provided by the clIub, whih -;caters for all tastes. The woodchopping contests were particul~arly excirting, the axemen makinmg the chips fir/ in all1 dfrec tions. The horse events were also interesting, and the main evwnt of the day, the Sheffield Handi cap-provided a stir.ing hnish, the lipal runner, Wight winning mn great sty(e from O'Rouke. Both men were wellf fancied, Wight hav ?ng been running around C...
LIBERAL LEADERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
LIBERAL LEADERSHIP. Mr. Cook has led his party through one of the storniest scs slons the Federal Parlla'ent has known. Hi; leadership to some extent had to be taken on trust when parliament met, and h:s task was rendered extreme'y k'iflicult by the state of parties. In the House of Representatives the Liberals were kept in power by the vote of the Speaker, and in the Senate they were overwhelmingly outnum bered. A leader, able to secu:e un swerving devoition to duty fro n u is supporters, under thesc.tryjng c r cumstances has. done well. At the end of the session the Prime 'Minister stands on better terms with his party in parliament, and with Liberal supporters in the con stituencies than when it began. He has displayed tact and sound judgmentinm his leadership. His Government has shown adinims trative ability in the departments. The measures for secu-xng the a? pointment of committees of pub lic accounts and of pub'i1&lt; works to overlook and check pub:10 ex penditure wi...
TRARALGON RACING CLUB. OPENING MEETING ON THE NEW COURSE. GOOD ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
F'RARALG9N RACNG CLUBs. OPENING MEET NG ON THE NEW COURSE. i i! GOOD ENTRIES. ' The opening meeting on the tew course o' the Traralcn.Ra2 ing Club on Tihursday,l a ua.y 8, promises to be a :ec-rd-one. The entries receivedl fo" the meeting are particu acly good, and sume fast sp: imters a'e engaged. A spe clat train will be run fro n Mel bourne on the morning of the :aces and will reach TraraIgon before the ordi:anr train. The foll wIwn; are the wviights: Handicap Trat Stakc;.-Fi;ve furlongs.-- 3lo.,m, 9.0; i)umosa, 8.12; Benita 8.9; L.K.G.. 8.7; Captain Oates, 8.4; Bil a, 8.2; Sil ver Gauntlet, Go den Rst, So; al Glengo, 8.0; La y Rossyi, 7.0; !Miss. Lu e, Debu:, 7 10; Ulilus, Orphan Mail, Mains'itch, 7.5. 14 a.u. Han:i ap, four ur'o.igs. C~herry Craf:, 9.8; Lady Casey, 9.7; Sosto. 9.0; Detonator, 8.9; ;Quaker Girl, Pain Kate, 7.12; Glenroy, 7.10; Llghtsten, Strait hard, 7.7; Al i a, 7.3; Tea e, 7.2; 'Pickles, 7.0;S ylvie, 7.0; Conne mara, 6.10; Mirth, 6.10; Little Star, 6.7; Traral...
Grave and Gay QUITE ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
Grave and Gay. QUITE ENOUGH. "You admit that you are an impos- tor?' asked the magistrate. &nbsp; "No, I don't, your worship." "You claimed to be blind, and yet you have an unimpaired eyesight." "That's true, your worship; but I'm morally blind, sir, and not being able to see the harm in my innocent decep tion—" "Six months!" ejaculated the magis- trate. Watson: "When I am telling a man a story I stop short if I see a peculiar gleam in his eye." Wilson: '"Does it mean that he has heard it before?" Watson: "No; it means that he isn't listening because he is thinking of the one he intends to tell me." "Why did you marry?" an old maid asked a woman, who was believed to be unhappy. "Among other reasons," was the pointed answer, "I may mention that I was asked."
AN ARDENT LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
AN ARDENT LOVER. Several young men were talking about love, and one said he had an nucle who went crazy on the tender passion. 'That's nothing," replied another. " My cousin Tom is more in love than any man I ever heard of." "Is he really in love?" "Is he ? He is so much in love tha he has become a postman, so that he can get her letter to read sooner." Said Phelim: '"The O'Tooles are a great family. Sure wan was raised to the throne of Ould Oireland." " And what's that to the O'Ryans?" said Pat, for the honour of his family. "Twas O'Ryan (Orion), they raised to the hivens, and made a constillation of him! And there he is to this day!" Tramp: "Please, ma'am, I don't want nothink, only to sit and hear Madame Patti sing." Mrs. W.: "Madame Patti! Why, she isn't here—that's my daughter. But don't go; dinner is nearly ready, and I will give you some." A polite stranger in a railway station to an old gentleman whom he had ac- cidentally kicked: "I beg pardon, sir!" " Eh?" said the deaf ol...
A YAWNING ABYSS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
A YAWNING ABYSS. A joke just now going the rounds of the press should be read every morn- ing by the man who is perpetually talk- ing about himself. "And there I stood, Aunt Susan," said Miss Porter's long-winded nephew, who had been droning on about his sum- mer in Switzerland for some hours since the old lady's eyes had begun to droop, "and there I stood, Aunt Susan, with the abyss yawning in front of me." " William," said Aunt Susan, speak- ing as one who has long kept silence, "was that abyss a-yawmnng before you got there, or did it begin afterward?" &nbsp; "Pray, Mr. Opie, may I ask you what you mix your colours with?" said a brisk dilettante student to the great painter. "With brains, sir," was the gruff re- ply, and the right one. Dr. Johhi Watson ("Ian Maclaren") &nbsp; was in a train a few weeks ago, and op- posite him sat a young lady and her father. Curiously enough, she was reading one of lan Maclaren's books. After a while she passed it to her father, p...
NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT. Old Gentleman: "My stars! Why are you smoking on that keg?" &nbsp; Quarryman: "Arra! be aisy! This ain't dynamite; it's nuthin' but pow- der!" " Why do you keep repeating quo tations?" asked the irritable man "Why don't you say something origi- nal?" &nbsp; "My dear sir, there's no use of that. Every time I think of anything good enough to be original I find that some- body said it years ago." There is a navvy in Glasgow who is possessed of a great sense of humour. Perhaps it's because he's an Irishman. Pat has been disturbed several times in his single apartment off the Cowcad- dens by a well-meaning lady mission- ary. Seeing Pat was rather an exemplary sort of a husband, she suggested that he might be able to afford a room and kitchen soon. "An' phwat wad Oi want lavin' such a comfortable house as this for?" asked Pat. "Well," she replied, "you would have more room—more conveniences." "Convaniences is it?" said Pat, with a smile. "Sure, an' ...
LOCAL RAINFALL. TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
LOCAL RAINFALL. TRARALGON. Mr E. L. Bruce reports the rainfall at Traralgon for the month of Decem- ber as follows:— December 4 | ... | 2 points ,, 5 | ... | 3 ,, ,, 24 | ... | 42 ,, ,, 25 | ... | 9 ,, ,, 26 | ... | 14 ,, ,, 27 | ... | 5 ,, ,, 29 | ... | 9 ,, Total | ... | ... | 84 ,, Total for 1913 | ... | 28 93 Average last 10 years ... 26.63
GLENGARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
GLENGARRY. &nbsp; Mr. C. C. Moller, "Meadow Lands,' Glengarry, reports the rainfall for the month of December as follows :— points December 3 | ... | 6 ,, ,, 5 | ... 1 ,, ,, 24 | ... | 43 ,, ,, 26 | ... | 7 ,, ,, 31 | ... | 9 ,, .66 ,, Total for year | ... | ... | 24 38
TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
TOONGABBIE. Mr Ellissmith, reports the rainfall at Toongabbie for Dec. as follows:— points. December 3 | ... | 1 ,, ,, 24 | ... | 46 ,, ,, 26 | ... | 30 ,, ,, 31 | ... | 1 ,, Total | ... | 78 ,, Total during previous 11 months, &nbsp; 27 74 Total since 1st January, 28 52 Number of days on which rain fall, 4 Do. during previous 11 months, 111 Do. since 1st January, 115 1908 | ... | 15 52 1909 | ... | 25 38 1910 | ... | 23 47 1911 | ... | 32.48 1912 | ... | 22 98 1913 | ... | 28 52
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 6 January 1914
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. 1 Dr Hagenauer 2 Dr. McLean 3 Mr. Challman 4 T. B. Little & Co. 5 Christensen & Bawden 6 G. H. Marsh 7 Layton Bros. 8 L. Lay 9 W. A. Clark 10 THE JOURNAL (W. Chappell). 11 Whittaker Bros. 12 J. English 13 Shire Hall 14 J. D. Campbell 15 J. S. Milligan 16 S. Lees 17 Nurse Miller 18 Gippsland Trading Coy. 19 J H. Vivian 20 Mathieson and Davis 21 P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store. 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H. Row 25 Serjeant and Bruce 26 A. M'Lean and Co. 27 R. H. Widdis 28 Grand Junction Hotel 29 Railway Station 30 Savings Bank. 31 Butter Factory 32 Police Station. 33 National Bank 34 Pentland and Canfield. 35 C. E. Clarke. 36 H. M. Campbell. 37 " The Record" (J. W. Guest). 38 A. J. Trood. 39 J. W. Grubb. 40 F. Grubb 41. J. Robinson. 42. A. W. Crowe and Co. 43. W. Christensen and Co. 44. R. Widdis. 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay.