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Traralgon Weekly Market. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 April 1914

Traralgon Weekly Market. W. Christensen and Co. report Oats, Algerian seed, 2s 3d to 2s 6d; feed, 2s to 2s 2d; wheat, prime seed, 4s 3d; feed, 3s to 3s 6d; barley, Cape, 2s 6d; maize, prime, 4s; peas, W.T. Dun, 5s, m.t. Dun 4s 3ci to 4s 6d; chaff, choice, £3 10s, good £3 5s; bran, is 2d; pol lard, is 3d; Japanese millet, 3d to 4d; potatoes, choice hre scarce, and )selling at 6s cwt., good 4s 6d to 5s, grubby sorts, 5s bag; grass seed, r4.Z. cocksfoot, 13s, rye, 5s 9d; butter, prime dairy, 10d; ma tureci cheese, 8½d; eggs, guaran teed, to is 4d, preserved 10d; bacon 8d; hams, ls; Germans, 7d. Poultry, roosters, 2s 6d to 3s 6d pair, hens, 2s to 3s 6d pair, chicks is to ls 6d; turkey gob blers 15s, hens, 7s to 10s; ducks 2s 6d to 3s 6d pair, geese 4s 6d pair. Fruit, choice apples 5s, good 3s 6d to 4s, cooki¶g 2s 6d to 3s, quinces is to ls 9d case. Vege tables, cabbages 2s to 3s dozen. pumpkins 6s to 9s, marrows, ,to 6s dozen, hubbards, 6s to 9s per 6doz.; beet, 2d bunch; .melons 6s to ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 April 1914

,COLONIAL BANK OF AUSTRA LASIA,LTD. -0 The balance sheet of the Colon ial Bank of Australasia Limni:el for the half year ended 31st of March last has been published. The net profit for the half year amounted to £29,230 7s 4d. A dividend at the rate of seven per cent. has been declared, on both preference and ordinary shares. Ten thou sand pounds is being place'to the reserve fund, making £20,000 for the year, and raising that fund to £220,000. The reserve fund is now equal to one half of the paid up capital of the bank. Five thou sand pounds is being placed in reduction of bank premises, and £4485 5s is being carried forward to next half year. The balance sheet shows great strength in coin, bullion, deben tures and other liquid assets, which amount to £2,078,787 11s d. This is more than sufficient to pay all the current account balances and other liabilities on demand, and is equal to 46 per cent. of the total liabilities of the bank. The bank always shows great strength in reserves...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER THE TRARALGON PROJECT [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 April 1914

ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER ?f-E TRARALGON PROJECT, When the Tyers syndicate sub mits its proposal for suppiying electric light and power to Traral_ gon and district, residents and consumers will need make up their minds within reasonable time as to whether they will laLve elec tricity, or be content to lag be hind scores of progressive towns, and cling to the gas with al; its evil smells. Thd company is pre paring the data.for a large indus tria sgcheme at Tyers. If the Tra k~lgon shire council, on behalf of the people, accepts the company's offer, a generating plant equal to the duat needs-will be installed, bu~t if, on the other hand, thie com pany's offer is refused, a smaller plant will suffice to meet the re quirements, and there will be very small chance of an electric supply later on. In other words, Traralt gon 'must make up its mind to ac rcept the offer, or give up all, thoughts of an electric instgllation for a long time to come. It is a momentous question.- There is ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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SALES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 April 1914

SALES BY AUCTION., W. Christensen and Co. an nounce that they will hold a sale of furniture and sundries for Mr. Monds on the 30th mnst. Mathleson and Davis will hold a special horse sale at Morwell on 24th inst. A. M'Lean and Co. will have a big cattle and sheep sale at Trarl gon on the 27th inst. It is notified that Pentland, Can field and Co., in conjunction with John English will offer a 'Carra lung farm, of 88 acres on Satur day, the 25th inst... Theo. 1B. Little and Co.'s Tra ralgon horse sa'e will be held on the 30th inst. Melbourne buyers will attend. Mathicson and Davis will hold a special sale at Heyfield on the 29th inst., and at Sale on Tuesday, 28th inst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 April 1914

AMAGAREAT SALE. o CARTER-HUNT Partnership. 8 days' Genuine Bargain In order to dispose of our gSurplus Stook and introduca the for Casr Tailoring Staff is ow one of the largest out of me "NT~tr SARASAE,"Proi~ iillnotb 8 aysGeuin Brgan Our Tailoring Staff is now one of th ega out of Mel.l new Prtuership HusinessR, we hnd it: impera;ihe to hold Offerings, for Cash oly bon and we can cop with all urgent work. Suit turned '' MIOltP, SARA SALE," Profi:e will not b thought cf, as Commencing Saturday out at Short Noticc, the bStuck must mus be reod d. Dyn't m'se this exceptional AilOU2, MOTTO-Good Value, hest Workmnnship, Every ihanuo-, py ,. a viiit, ?td yo,, will ot be soy. April 25. Garment Guaranteed A SURE FIT." t ay If You Can't Ccid Parsonallr, k nd!y Send for SAMPLES, SUITS AND LDIES' CO rTU.t1S at SPECIAL PRI?ES, L st y" "Shop by Post," anid you will be satisfied. Saturday, May 2. CARTER & HUHT, The Distinctive House, Traralgon. You Should be Deterniiied In r' jecting the ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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TRARALGON'S OPPORTUNITY (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 24 April 1914

TRARALGON'S OPPORTUNITY -0 (To the Editor). Sir,-Permit me through your columns to make an appeal to ab .solutely every man and woman mn Traralgon. It is an appeal which, if responded to, will certainly work out to the advantage of the en tire town. I am asking all our townspeople to unite in what we will call "A go to Church Day." The suggestion is not that all who irregularly attend worship will ar range to do so simultaneously on one particular Sunday, to be de cided upon later; but it is that all who regularly go, all who only attend sometimes, and all who; never attend any place of publiha worship will fall into line andl make a great gathering to attend publcl worship in any o. tile local churches they may individually, chose, at least once on the Sunday hereafter to be decided on. I. have not yet consulted the other local clergymen upon the matter, because I am quite certain they will fall in with the idea, and do all in their power to further it. But my suggestion is that a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

W.- TURNER, HAIRDRESSER and Tobacconist, FRANKLIN ST., TRARALGON (Opposite Grand Junction hotel) Men's T oilet Club. Ladies' Combings Made up. Tobacco Cigarettes. Comfortable Sa loon. CLUB HOTEL Traralgon (UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT) J. MATTHJEWS Late of Dronin and Mansfield. BEST WINES AND -- PIRITS Gbod Accommodaaion and Meals. THE BILLIARD TABLE has been RENOTATED BY ONE OF AL COCK'S EXPERTS, and the room will also be RENOVATED. ...GOOD MARKER IN.. .. ATTENDANCE .. SILVER THE BEST IN THE WORLD % lb Crton lib Carton Parcel LL INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES ,When you are not sure if Mr. A. J. Trood, the well-known Gipps land dentist, is at home, just ring up phone 38, and make an ap pointment. Fourteen years' prac tice in Traralien c~?-aks for itself.: PURE p DRUGS. It is the wikh of a a i hl, ir Children grow u and he'.l h, young Au-tr -bring this about by Eii . Newfolin-e Challman's Lrui- . Ssion of Cod Liver Oil, with the e Hi'y aqaimilte, Sand valued proper;is of ,he Glyceropho.pha&...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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DEATH OF REV. A. EDGAR. HIS FAREWELL MESSAGE. LIFE OF NOBLE EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

DEATH OF REV. A. EDGAR. HIS FAREWELL MESSAGE. LIFE O'.- NOBLE EFFORT. "I am entering nmto. life, com monly called death. I feel that I am in the presence .o-tthe .Kingd'. and: am happy in his 1pr? encc, for His prdmise is,' Thy rod and staff they comfort me.' I am leavingj the world without a sorrow, save that of an earthly sdrrow for those I love so dearly. I love the people as God'loves me. M1r. heart is full, thank God, of Christ, and longs its message to declare. It this be death I shall soon be in the presence of the King. Oh, death!l where is thy sting? Oh', grave where is thy victory? Lend me Thy wings; I mount, I fly. Nothing in my hanrd 1 bring, Simply to Thy cross I cling. What a joyful uplift!" This was the,last message of the Rev. A. R. Edgar tohis flock. He died at six o'clock on Thursday morning ,at the age of 64 years, at the Methodist Institute, in Bur wood road, Hawthorn, where he has been lying since January, after a year's painful illness, following ing on a long ...

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A. M'LEAN & CO., [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

A. M'LEAN & CO., A. M'Lean and Co. report: Sale branch.-Good enquiry for all stock. During the week we sold the following: - At 'our ordinary market in the Sale Borough yards we sold acct. A. Napper 1b9 fat .ecthers .to 18s 9d, 29 fat lambs 13s 8d, 43 woolly lambs 14s, 17 lambs 12s, 344 crossbred lambs, well grown, 13s 5d; acct. F. Car mody, 68 small weaners, 7s 8d. Cattle: Acct. Murphy Bros. fat cows to £7 is, Pooley's fat cows £5 10s Harrison's hlight heifers £3 10s, Coto's aged fat cows £4 10s, H. M'Lean's fat cows to £6 9s,. Bower's cows and calves £4 10s, M'Lean's springing heifers £5 6s, Bergin's yoing steers £2 14s, A,. Coomb's empty heifers £3, Mrs. Duke's store cows £3, 14s, aged empty cows £2 17s, Allman's sprin ging heifers £5 17s 6d, Stephen 'son's springing heifers £4 17s, W. Coto's empty he:fers £3 13s, and other lots at ruling rates .. Longford SI5ecial Sale. At 'Lon?ford on Tuesday, we, held a most successful,sale of store cattle and sheep. 1000 sheep and 207...

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Mathieson & Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

Mathieson & Davis. MIathleson and Davis report: Fat Cattle :At Cowwarr we yar ded 80 head of fat cattle, inclua ing some extra prime cows, and effected a clearance at ruling high rates. -Lighter supplies at Sale and Stratford. The demand was firm. Prime heavy cows to £9 12s, goo.d do. to £7 10s, lightweights from £4 5s, best heifers to £7 17s 6d. We sold drafts from Messrs. A. Hamyln, Hagen, Rowley, A.4 Wallace. G. O'Brien, H. Hammill, G. Rintoull, D. Rice, R. Timbs, L. Stewart, W. and D. O'Brien and Mrs. Grimme. Store cattle. Full yardings in our various markets, and splendid clearances. Through our Heyfield yards, in conjunction with Evans and Langlands, we conducted a most successful sale for Mr. David Langlands, of M1 divra. Buyers were present from all parts ot the distnrict, and com peted freely:. 476 head were sold, under the hammer. The yarding showed plenty of breeding, though the mnilkers were low in condi tion. Milkers sold to £6 5s, the lot making a good average;...

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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

COMMERCIAL.. ------- GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. . Theo. B. Little and Co. report: Fat Cattle: We had a fair yard ing at Tfaralgon. The prices were firm throughout. At Sale we had ahl our pens full, including a num ber ot cows from the Fosterton. estate. The bidding was brisk, and everything was disposed of at good rates. We quote prime cows to £8 15s; useful sorts to '4 15s, gooa £6, heifers to '£6 1ls. Store Cattle: A good number in at Tra ralgon, but owing to the wet wea ther several lots were'kept back. Prices all rb'ound were very good At Yarram we had a big yarding, consisting mostly of young bul locks. Buyers were present irom Toora, Traralgon, Sale and other districts, and nearly evebything was disposed of at satisfactory prices. At Sale we had a good' yar ding of extra gooa cattle, and effected a total clearance. Inclu ded in the yarding, we sold, acct. Fosterton estate 60 heifers at £3 16s, 35 store cows in rather low condition to £4 9s, 20 3 year old b...

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HAD NEVER HEARD OF ANANIAS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

HAD NEVER HEARD OF BNANIAS "I should like to ask you a question or two," said the old man who sat next to the door in a Seventh Avenue car. "Very well," replied the man ad dressed. "Is there a man in this town named Ananias P" "I never heard of one." "But was there ever such a man any. where P" "Yes, I believe there was. He livea u olden times." "What did he do for a living?" "He spent most of his time in lying, Ibelieve." "In lying? Was the old fellow . iar?" " The worst kind, I've heard." "By thunder, then, that explains it. I was telling some fellows down by thle bridge how many acres of potatoes I could dig in a day, and one of them winked and blinked, and said 'Arania· had come to town.' He didn't behleve my story P" "No." "Took me for an old liar F" "Yes." "And wasn't afraid to tell me sol", " No." "Well, what a chump I am. He stood right there with his hands down, and I could have knocked him head over-heels and then outrun the crowd, but I felt tickled over being called Anan...

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Traralgon Weekly Market. Saturday, April 25. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

Traralgon Weekly Market. Saturday, April 25. W. Christensen and Co. report Oats. Algerian seed 2/4 to 2/6, feed 2/ 2; Wheat prime seed 4/3, fowl feed 3/ 6d; Barley, cape 2/6; maize 3/ll;peas II. T. Dun 5/to 5/3; chaff choice £3 10/ good £3/5-, bran 1/2, pollard 1/2, Japanese millet 3d to 4d, onions 8/-, grass seed, cocksfoot, choice N.Z., 13/ rye grass 5/9, W. clover 1/9. Butter, prime dairy, lid; cheese, matured, 84d; new, 6d; eggs, guar anteed, 1/2 to 1/4, preserved, 10d; pigs' cheeks, 7d; bacon, 8d.. Poultry.-Dull of sale. Roosters 2/6 to 3/6, hens 2/- to 2/6, old 1/6, pullets 2/- to 2/4, chick -/9 to 1/3, turkey gobblers 15j-, hens 8/-, ducks 2/- to 3/-, geese 4/- to 5/-. Fruit.-Apples choice 5/-, good 4/ to 4/6, inferior lots 2/6 to 3/-, pears 2/- to 3/-, quinces 1/- to 1/9. Vegetables.-Cabbages 2/- to 6/-, pumpkins 6/- to 13/, marrows 2/- to 4/-, hubbards 4/- to 2/-, beet 2/- doz. bunches, melons 6/- to 9/-, turnips (Swed6s) 6/-, rhubarb 2/- doz. bunches, carrots 1/6 to 2/-, p...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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PRATTLE ABOUT PEOPLE. "Punch." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

PRATTLE ABOUT PEOPLE. I " Punch." D. J. Gilbert, is to edit Labor's edaily ewspaper in Sydney. Thei tunds for this venture have been largely suppl:ed by V\ictorian umnions and the intention is that the first profits ot the Sydney issue, if there are any profits, will be used to rlaunch a daily in Melbourne. Gil ,bert is a clear, precise writer, an experienced journahlst, 4Dd a level headed, level-going editor. He was with the " Daily Telegraph," Syd *..ey, as general reporter, and editor ',ot the agricultural section. Then he joined the leader-writer staff of the " Sydney Morning Herald." -Ie left that to edit "The Land," rand was soon afterwards appointed ,secretary of the Northern Terri tory Railway Commission. Gilbert joins the staff at once, although' the new paper, a 'morning sheet on ambitious lines, will not be issued till November. Sir William Ellison-Macartney, has been unfortunate. In the first year as Governor of Tasmania he has offended the Politicians': 'Freemasonry. He...

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WITH GOOD CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

WITH GOOD CAUSE. "Goodnessl" exclaimed the reporter, looking over his account of the wedding in the paper, "that bridegroom will be mad when he sees this!" "What's the matter ?" plsked the sub. editor. "He owns an old family estate in the country somewhere, I believe, and he told me to say 'the young conhl will reside at the Old Manse.' Tlhe paper's got it 'Old Man's.'"

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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RABBIT DESTRUCTION. TRAPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

_ RABBIT DESTRUCTION. - TRAPPING. :- (By FRANK ALLEN). I woul l stiongly urge landown ers not encourage trapping on their properties, or at any rate to de peni upon it in any way. At best It is only a Itemporary relict; a kind .ot lessening for the 'time' being, with greater trouble later on. A good breeding season always fol lows trapping, because of the great proportion of bucks that are caught as compared with does. The dlatter always bieed better.whcnttih' males are in a smaller' proportion. Anyone who digs but burrows after traping is finished, and .sexes the rabbits obtained, -will be surprn seat at the great percentage .of 'does. Then, again, the trapping out of burrows, and the filling up of same. is bad work. Long before 'the rabbits belongrng to a burrow can be caught, a big percentage of then will clear out, and find tem porary lodginngs anywhere in the surrounding country. The land owner flatters himself presently that all have been caught, and has the burrows filled in ...

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HIT BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

HIT BACK. He: "Theo fact is that you women makse fools of the men." She: "Sometimes, perhaps; but sometimes it isn't necessary."

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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Continuation Classes. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

Continuation Classes.-Mr Grif fiths was agreeably surprised to find 19 pupils presented themsel ves at the evening classes on Fri day mght. The pupils are also a good stamp, and will persevere at ter the novelty is over. The sub tiects studied will be arithmetic, English, Australian history and civics, which cvers the duties of citizenship. It a number of pupils are anxious to take other subjects Mr. Griffiths will endeavour to helping those who try to help themselves. Later on, when the sloya class is established at theý school, it may be possible to have mechanical drawings, carpentry,and engineering. There are many more youths in the Traralgon district who should attend the classes. Orbost Water Scheme.-Finality. in connection with a water supply scheme was reached at the nion thly meeting of the Orbost shire council last week. On the motion of the president and Cr. Watt it was decided to forward plans and specifications of the scheme, as prepared by Mr. Sambell, to the Minister ...

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TOONGABBIE RACING CLUB. Five minutes walk from the railway station to the course. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1914. £99 PROGRAMME. £99. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

TOONGABBIE RACING? CLUB. Five minutes walk from the rail way station to the course. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1914. £99 PROGRAMME. £99. Officers: President, Mr. Wm: Henderson; vice-presidents, Messrs F. Drane and A. Ellissmith; judge Mr. F. Drane; handicapper, Mr. J. Shorten; starter, Mr. R. Tlmbs; clerk ot scales, Mr. A. Nicholson; clerk of course, Mr. A. Humphreys measurer of ponies, Mr. P. Dun bar; treasurer, Mr. W. Hender son; hen. surgeon, Dr. M'Lean; .timekeeper, Mr. F. Heywood; ste wards, Messrs. C. Holm, P. Gar vey, F. Drane, G. O'Brien, W. Henderson, T. Keon, Robt. Far mer, E. Marstm, P. Dunbar, D. Hill and A. Ellissmith; joint secre taries, J. W. Gales and W. E. Heywood. ----Programme. To start at 1.30 p.m. .1. Handicap Trial Race of 15 sovs; About 5 furlongs. Nom 10s, accept 5s. For horses that have never won an advertise-d flat race of £15 or over. Winner of any' handicap, after decla ration of weights, to incur 71bs penalty; -two or more handicaps 10 lbs. To start at 2.15 2. Pon...

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TOONGABBIE RACES. MAY 7, 1914.—ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914

TOOQGABBIE RACES. MAY 7, 1914.- ENTRIES. T ial Stakts --ojitr, Debut. Nimble Lad, Swivel. Hasleaaiy, Gilead L E.GO, Stog.n. Swifty Joe, D gness, Srtarn, Msy Dawn. Royal Arme, Ccunterign, Parther, Landy, Strmband Pony Race. 14 a u. --Signatu e, Fciry, MIaflower, Pearl ,bell, Queen Hoyal.Sosso, Cyrtne, Ulentoy. M.rth, Rainbow, Quilp, l.orgfod Lad, Coonemata, Skidoo, Cygnjn, T sue, Runaway, tlo sie. Toongasbie Hanuicap-Sederick. Glynne, Bid, Bunfire, Benita, Pella, S.reltsp, Coral. Fisher. Br..celet.-Ccoma, Perinn l.i he, Debut, Sede, ick, ILoqiacious, Gunfire, May Dawn, Bertit, Chunna, Iigr.es, Golden Action, Galtee Mote, Coral Fish r. Novel Pony B ce.- Goretts,'Deris, May Flower, $ignAure, P arl St.ell, Tell Tale, Hippona, I uhy May, Wee Pat, KI i. Star. light, Little Ven, Tarw lie, Longfold Lad, Chb.ky. Coonemarr, Dago. Miss (aper, Cider. Cygnet, Me, xawrah, Dec de, Queen Royal, Bo Perp. Flying Handicap.--Scojer, Debat, Si:ver Gauntler, Bid, L.K.G., ,wifty Joe, Sun stone, ttogan, Se...

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