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GLENGARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
GLENGARRY. Mr. C. C. Moller, "Meadow Lands, Glengarry, reports the rainfall for the month of December as follows : - points Total fo* year ... ... 2438 TOONGABBIE. Mr Ellissmith, reports the rainfall at Tooogabbie for Dec. as follows ; - points December 3 ... - 1 " ;> 24 - '46' ,» ,, 26 ... 30 " " 31 1 .. Total ... .78 " Total during previous n months, 37 74 Total since 1st January, 28 52 Number of dajs on which rain fill, 4 Dc. during previous r r month?, 111 I Do. since 1st January, 115 1908 ... 1552 1909 ... 25 jS 1910 - 23 47 1911 ' ... 32.48 1912 ... 2298 19 j 3 ... . 28.52 December 3 >. 5 », 24 ° 11 43 7 " 9 .. .66 "
NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT. Old Gentleman: "My stars! Wl)j wre you smoking on that keg?'' Quarryman: "Arral be aisyl This lint dynamite; it's nuthin' but pow 3erl" " Why do you keep repeating quo l&tionsP'' naked tho irritable man ' Why don't ? you Eay something origi lalP" "My dear sir, there's no uso ofthat. Every time I think of anything gooc enough to bo original I find that some v>dy said it years ago." There is a navvy in Glasgow who is oossessed 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 Jens by a well-meaning lady mission vry. Seeing Pat was rather an exemplary sort of a husband, she suggested thai le might be able to afford a room and ritchen soon. "An' phwat wad Oi want lavin' such i comfortable house as this for?" asked Pat. "Well," she replied, "you -would havt tiore room-more conveniences." "Convaniences is it?" said Pat, with i smile. "Sure, an' at prisint, if Oi ...
The Journal. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914. The New Year. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
fe Journal. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914 The New Year. The new year (peeped in qu.e'.Iy at Traralgon. Usually the st e.ts of the itown are thronged on New Year's eve with people waiting to see the " new year in, and the ol-cl year out." But it was no; so th s year, as the streets we e almost deserted at the mid-night hour. There was no attra t on for the people. The shops of the !iown closed at six o'cloc/'c on New Year's eve, and the main street was almost in darkness. There fore, when the new year 'di:I ;o.r.e there was not much excitemcnt. The fire bells rang, the Band pla yed a few selections, an eng'nc iX the station began to whistle, and a few dogs to bark, and as each Iwished the o:her a "happy new year," there wa? little to indicate I that another year had been born, [and an old year passed into li's tory. A few youths, for the want of something better to do, pulled down some ot the tradesmen's shutters, thus making ir.ore work for the po'ice, who put them up again. At the Metho...
CUNINGHAME. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
XIWNINGHAME. As a holiday re:ort Cunn.ng hame becomes more popular each year. Additional accommodation is provided by the boarding hou ses, but it is always absorbed, ancb still more is needed in the busy part ot the .season. Some ot the proprietors of the boarding houses have added new rooms, and ethers have provided a numb?r of com fortable tents. The busiest part ot the sea-on is during the Christ mas and New Year holidays, and it is reported that about Christmas* several people had to walk the streets of the town all night, or: sleep on the boat. One day a.i young married couple arrived in'! the township on their honeymoon' without having made arrangements for rooms. As a consequence, the bride had to sleep in one house, and the bridegroom in another I Mr. R. S. Broome bought the old dredge, Wombat, and conver ted it into a house 'boat. Here he can accommodate 28 boarders nearly all in single cabins. It is rather popu'ar with some peopie. Mr. Broome has a'so leased Kelvm( house ...
AN ARDENT LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
AN ARDENT LOVER. Several young men were talking' ibout love, and one said he had at uncle who went crazy on the tende: passion. '. That's nothing," replied another^ " My cousin Tom is more in love than my 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 I great family. Sure wan was raised ti 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 ti tho hiveus, and made a constillation oi him I. And there he is to this dayl" Tramp: " Please, ma'am, I don't want nothink, only to sib and hear Madame Patti sine." Mrs. YV.: " Madame Patti 1 Why, she isn't here-that's my daughter. But don't go; dinner is nearly ready, and [ will give you some." A polite stranger in a railway Btatioc to an old gentleman whom he had ac cidentally kicked: " I bee pardon, air I" " Kh said...
TYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
TYERS. The holidays passed off quietly at Tyers, as harvest time does not permit of much enjoyment. A social- dance was held in the hall on Boxing night, and was very enjoyable, there being a ve.y, good attendance. Mr. L. Crewe provided the music, and Mr. OBert:.: Chriscensen aoted. as M.C. A' large'party of fpiends assembled pt Miss. Lamb's place on New Year's eve, and saw the ' old year out and the new. 'year in,," m the old fa:hio ned way with music and dancing-, and wound up with the singing ot Auld Lang Syne. 'The Tyers river bridge seems to be. rivalling the Sandbank as a pleasure resort. On Sunday there ( was a large assemblage ot peop'e ' along the banks, and the lovely; ' river seemed alive with visitors of; both sexes, some enjoying a stroll-, others fishing and some having a dip in the cool waters. The many friends o£ Mr. D; Currie, of Junction Farm, will" re gret to hear 'that he is .'aid up with a very serious illness, and it &lt;"s ho ped that he will soon reco...
Grave and Gay. QUITE ENOUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
a rave anact&j QUITE ENOUGH. "You admit that you are an impoi lor?' asked the magistrate. "No, I don't, your worship." "You claimed to be blind, and yet yoc have an unimpaired eyesight." " That's true, your worship; but I'n moraliy blind, sir, and not being able tc see tho harm in my innocent decep Vion--" ... "Six months 1" ejaculated the magis trate. Watson: " When I am telling a man t itory I stop short if .1 see a peculia: gleam in his eye." Wilson: " Does it mean that he ha> heard it before ?" Watson: "No; it means that he isn't listening because he is thinking of tin one he intends to tell me." " Why did you marry ?" an old mail asked a woman, who was beiievd to b( anhappy. " Among other reasons," was tlic ointed answer, "I may mention thai was asked."
Traralgon Weekly Market. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
Traralgon Weekly Market. W. Christensen and Co. report under date January 3, 1914 : - | Oats, dull, 2s to 2S 3d; whea% prime seed, 35 2d o 3s nd; maize, i cest seed, 4-5 3d; feed, 3s gi to 38 lod; pe?s, H.T. Dunn, 4s; chaff, choice, £3 10s to £3 12s 6d ; prime, £3 5s ; bran, is 3d ; pollard, is 6d; J,ip. millet, 3d tu 4&lt;1; onions, 8d ; potatoef, old seed, 2s gd bag ; new, 4s to 5s | Butter, p;ime dairy, iod to nd; cheese, matured, 8|d ; eg 1, gua'an tetd, 9a to iod ; pi.s checkr, 7&; bacon, 8d to nd ; sides, nd ; hams, is to is 2d. Poultry-Rocs'.er?, 25 6d to 33 6d ; hens, 2s to 3s; pullets, 2s to 35 6d; chicks. Is to is 6j ; turkey gobblers, 15s to 20s; bens, 10s; ducks, ?s to 3s ; geese, 4s 6d to 5s, Fruit-Apples, new season's, 63; apricots, 6s; chtrry plums, is 6d case ; cherries, 8d ib ; gooseberries, 2d lb. Vegelable3-Cabbages, 23 to 3*; beet, 2s doz. bundles ; lettuce, 2d l ihubarb, 2s dcz. bundles; carrots is 6d 10 2s ; parsnips, is 6a; tomato.s, 3d lb ; ho...
THE DOOR THAI ALWAYS OPENS. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
THE DOOR THAI ALWAYS OPENS. " The door that always opens" 'is the title of the latest illustrated booklet issued by Dr. Barnardo's Homes. It contains the life stories of a day's admissions, told in a very readable fashion. Here is foncofthem: - " In the dark hours comes little Teddie, found in the street at two o'clock in the inorjiing, bur ning with fever. Not even Dr. Barnardo's hornet cou'.d save him, and wc can see that he must die.* But nobody could know how piti ful his last words would be. His good nurse kissed lum like a mo ther. ' Why did you do that ?' said the astonished boy; and then, " Nobody never kissed me afore." For nearly half a century the; doors of Dr. Barnardo's . Homes Has opened to all destitute ch'Id ren. Many of them come in a pi tiable condition-afflicted, suffer ing and miserable. 78,000 have passed through the door, and tthe majority of them have been Strai ned in various ways to take their plactes as ;useful citizens in the Homfeland, and as supporters o...
TRARALGON RACING CLUB. OPENING MEETING ON THE NEW COURSE. GOOD ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
TRARALGON RAC5NG CLUB. OPENING MEET NG ON THE NEW COURSE. J* GOOD ENTRIES. The opening; meeting on the new course oi Lhi iia.alg&lt;n Ra r ing Club on Thursday, j ;u ua y 8, promises to be a iccord one. T e entries received (o: the meeting' are parti~ua ly good, and s. me fast sp in.e..s ac engaged. A spe cial tram will be run fro n Mel bourne on the morning of the ace.-; and will reach Traralgon before the ordi' arv tra il. The foil ^.in,; are the wc:i,his: Handicap Tral Stake-.- F;ve furlongs.- Bio >~.n, 9.0; i uniosa, 8.12; Benita 3 9; L.K.G.. 3.7; .Captain Oa es, P.4; Bil a, 8.2; .-il ver Gauntle , Co den R^st, S o a . Glengo. 8. ); La v Ross y ., 7. 0; .Miss. Lu"C, Dcbu':, 7.10: biilus, "Orphan Maii, Mainstitch, 7.5. 14 a.u. Hanci ap, four i'ur'o ss. Cherry Cafr, 9.8; Lady Casey, 9.7; Sos.-o. 9.0; Detonator, r.9; [Quaker Girl, Pain Kate, 7-12; ?Glenroy, 7.10; Lightste~>, J trait hard, 7.7; A1 i a, 7.3; Tea e, 7.2; Pickles, 7.0 ;S vlvie, 7.0; Conne mara, 6.10; Mirt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
The Mutual Cash Store Is IVO W Conducting :* Great Cash Sale Of Groceries, Crockery, (Which may Last 2 or 3 Weeks,). Hardware, &c., &c., Squatters, Graziers, Farmers, Restaurant and Hotel keepers, and Householders generally, will find tliis an Excellent Opportunsty of Replenishing their Larders to the Best Advantage. P.R.-Please Remember this is a CASH STORE. CASH STORE. Run on the Most Economic principles, hence we can, and DO, SELL CHEAPER than Other Stores, We don't ask our Customers to supply capital (without inteiest), but we can help them to MAKE THE BEST USE OF WHAT THEY HAVE LEFT. We stand for-Best Quality, Lowest Prices, and Complete Satisfaction Every Time. Champions of Cheapness, C. TEMBY & Co., (Next Clarkson'sj TRARALGON and CQWWARB. for January. |-50 Pairs Men's Strong Cot'.on Twte.i Trousers, S riped, top and hip pockets, sizes 4, 5, 6, 7, January Cash Price 2s 6d 2-Men's Soft White Double Col lars, sizes 14 to i6h. Janu ary Price 6d. 3-Double-...
Life in Martinique. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
I .». ufe in Martinique. A daughter of a Nnw York agent oi i mercantile house with W'e=t Indii tonnecuons gave receiui.v to the "New ?ork Tnbune" correspondent soine in teresting vidians of iuc in li'er iormei home Pierre destroyed by lilt voieanie eruption of .Mount Pelee. "We were neve/ apoieheusive ox dan ger irom the mountain," she said. "In deed, we never even thought of it as a volcano. To us it was always 'the mountain, on side of which grew such luxuriant verdure as no one can realise until he has seen it- The lake in the .crater was the favorite resort for tb* young men who bathed in it and cam? ed around i-i. Women and girls sel dom visited the crater because of the steep and difficult climb as one neared the summit. The drive from St. Pierre, to oui summer home at .Home liouge was h delightful one.. .Along, parts of ;t'ne' . village oa the: way, barefooted women . wearing hats; :wliich:;they. wovt - - torn. palm .leaves';. were--always' to' bt i&lt;;en Washing the...
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. Traralgon 8 a.m. (H.C.) 11, end Glengarry 8 p.m.-Rev. Pay. Traralgon, 7 p.m.-Studenf. Hiamda'e, 11, Traralgon S. 2.30, Gormandale 8.-Student. Baptist Church. 11 and 7.-Rev. W. G. Paice. Methodist Church. .' Traralgon 11 and 7, Tyers 2.3?.' .Rev. W. H. Scurr. Catholic Church. Mass at Glengarry 9.30, Tiaral igon II, Vespers 7.30. ,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
Auctioneers. A. IcLEAN & CO., Svaok, Station, Land aa.6 Finanoiai Agents, TRARALGON. MAFFRA. MORWELL. MELBOURNE Sales conducted under the per sonal supervision of Mr. W. J. M'Lean. TRARALGON. 1 ?- EARLY IN JANUARY. 'A.. -M'LEAN and CO. have recei ved instructions form the Equity Trustees Association ot Austra lia Ltd., and C. W. G. Wlnttakers, Esq., tot Wandocka, Tinamba to sell in the Traralgon Park Sub division 11 SPLENDID ALLOTMENTS extra good bu.lding sl;e®> right opposite Messrs. Little i , and Co's., formerly known as Farmer's, yards. Also a number ot Building blocks, and Small Pad docks, in the same subdivi sion. Full particulars later. 11009 SPLENDID StORE: - -" SHEEP. ANNUAL SALE OF STORE - , SHEEP AT SALE. AT SALE BOROUGH YARDS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. A. M'LEAN and CO. will sell at the Sale Borough yards, on (the. ar rival of the mid-day train l om bourne 11,000 Splendid STORE SHEEP, comprising : 1000 Crossbred Ewes 4, 6, and 8 tooth, large frames, early , ! tooth...
THE NEW MINISTRY. MR. WATT'S MIXED ELEVEN [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
THE NEW MINISTRY. MR. WATT'S MIXED ELEVEN ; A first glace at Mr. Watt's new Cabinet, which wjl/ administer the affairs ot the country, gives rise to the specu'ation that Young- Pre mier is Jike the despairing selec tors ot the Victorian eleven, giv ing the colts a |Sry. Two portfolios and two unsa'aried Ministerships have been entrusted to novices. A large share of the wealth and industry of the State has been put at the mercy of those four Minis terial youngsters. Mr. Lawson has sat in Parliament for a long time, but he has never tackled adminis trative work. Mr. Hutchinson, at the Agricultural and Water Sup ply departments has never before been bluffed by a departmental head, and Mr. Livingston and Mr: Gray are. new to the responsibili ties-.of ^Cabinet rank. But Mr. Watt has not only wanted ta givtf the youngsters a turn, but he has Iiad tyros forced upon him by the simple fact that there are no bet ter men avai'able. Can even their friends say that the men ot the Corner;-the mal...
THE CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT. BUTTER INDUSTRY. PROPOSED FACTORY AT BOOLARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 6 January 1914
THE CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT. BUTTER INDUSTRY. PROPOSED FACTORY AT BOOLARRA. Boolarra farmers are tliinking 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 Mir boo Company) Mr Graham (the mana ger) and Mr Wilson (the manager of the Gippsland and Northern Co-opera tive Selling Co.) were present, and explained matters to the meeting. Mr Wilson said it was unfortunate that there should be such a fine stretch of country' from Boolarra to Morwell 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 eo-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 ...