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BORDER AUCTIONEERS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914
BORDER AUZTIONEERS o The applicatioi of Archibald Mathie~on, a member of th' firm of Mathie-on .nd i)avis, auctvin eers and stork .ind stat on age nts, for an auctioneers license at Al bury, New South Wa'es, formed the subject of legal argument at the pohlce court there en Monday. The police opposed the appl:cation as the applicant resided outside the distr.ct. As the ho'orary justict s, who sat with Mr. Jamleson, P'.M., differed from the magisl,.te on the question, the case was adjourned. Subsequently .the Bench recided to grant the apphlcation, Mr. Ja-, mleson dissenting, at h, lielI the view that the applt'ant, whose home was at Sa'e, Vi.toria, wai not a resident within the meaning of the act. The objection has been raised on previous uccasionsd and it was stated that Victorian auctioneers have been granted' li censes in Sydney, without the point being taken under section 5 of the act.
Fire at Traralgon. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914
~ihe ~uiuna1,. TUESDAY, JANUAKY 13i 1914. Fire at Traralgon. Another fire occured in Traral gon on Friday mnight. Strange to say it was another shed that was demolished. The last three fires that have taken place in the town have all been outhouses. The first one was at Mr. Cone's over the Long Bridge, the second at Mr. Muir's, on the south side of fhe railway line, and the last one on Friday a shed at the rftar of Messrs. H. Jonson and Hindrs' premises m Seymour street. The alarm was soon given, and the brigade quickIy on the scene, but water pressure was very low. At first the wate'r just trickled through the tiozzle of the hose, but when the pressure did improve the brigade were not long m ex-. tinguishmgg the f'ames. Mr. H. Jonson wa? the greatest loser, all his ve'e'able garden being tram ped down by over-zealous fire fighters. The fruit trees were also badly scortched. * * * * Accident. The assistant guard on the 5 a.m. train to Bamrnsdale (Mr. J. O'Connor) met with a nasty ac...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914
The Mutual Cash Store Is IO W Conduicting a. Great Cash Sale Of Groceries, Crockery, (Which may Last for Hardware, &c., &c., or 3Weeks). Squatters, Graziers, Farmers, Restaurant and Hotel keepers, and Householders generally, will find this an Excellent Opportunsty of Replenishing their Larders to the Best Advantage. P.R.-Please CASH STORE. his is aber CASH STORE. Run on the Most Economic principles, hence we can, and DO, SELL CHEAPER than Oher Stores, We don': ask our Customers to supply capital (with( u inteiesi), but we can help them to MAKE THE BEST USE OF WHAT THEY HAVE tEFT. We stand for- Best Quality, Lowest Prices, and Complete Satisfaction Every Time. C. TEMBY & Co., Cheampinsef (Next Clarkson's)----TRARALGON and COWWARR. C 01MWME 1 E ?S Friday, 16th January, And Continues Throughout the Month. THE SALE OF TBHE SE ~WSON . . . . . Ianchester Sinale bed Size White Sheeting, Sale of the Season Irice, 7d per yatd Embroidered Cotey Cove s', oid Costomes Co...
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC - -o - BAPTIST CHURCH. The TraraIgon I3ai tist Sunday .chool picnic was he'd nt thr! . and bank on Thursday last, and. a; the weather was cooler than the pre vbous day, a very pleasant t:me was spent. Most of the schol rs were driven to the picnic ground mn a large waggon, which was very kindly lent by Mr. J. T. Dunbar, the drag having been engaged to convey the parents and lr~ends who wished to go. After arriving at the Sandbank the children amused themselves by playing games, etc., aft 'r whcch they enojyea the lunch p:rovided by the parents and frinnds. Alter at had partaken of a hearty meal some returned to the games, while others enjoyed a rest under the shady trees. Other child'en pre terrecti paddling or swimming in the water. About the middle ot the after noon the children's races were held, most of the children receiv mng one or more prizes. The fol lowing Is the list of the success ul ones: - Mr. Doran's class (boys): Len. Heaney, 1: Clive Dunt, 2. Gir...
AN "EERIE" CUSTOMER. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914
AN " EERIE" CUSTOMER. One night the late Bishop Wilberforce was returning from his club, at which he had been playing whist. He be. held, walking on the other side of the street, d man's figure which he thought he recognised. The figuire crossed the street, and hurried on before him. The Bishop triedt but failed, to overtake it. What was his surprise when the figure turned into the street where his house was situated, and. running up the steps to his own front door, suddenly turned round and faced him. To his amaze a"ent he recognised himself. The stray. gel gazed at him for a few seconds, anm disappeared. The Bishop felt so un comfortable that, instead of entering his house, he went back to his club and slept there.. Next morning he heard that a chimney-stack had fallen on the :oof of his house, and. breaking through iad dropped upon his bed. The visionar) ' double" had done him a good turn. Clarkson sells all photographic materials, and gives you expert advice as well. Why go fart...
SPORT AND PASTIME. BOWLING. TRARALGON v. SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914
SPORT AND PASTIME. BOWLING. TRARALGON v. SALE. Traralgon bowlers paid a v:sit t, Sa'e on Saiurday last, and werec deteated by 19 points. A tairly strong wind was b'owing across the green ahl the afternoon, which ac counted for the bowling being somewhat erratic. The ends of the green are very much worn. an:l al most bare of grass, making the bowls run uneven. It was seen that Mir. G .Bayley's team made the best stand, finishing only one down. The local ladies surpled 'ample refreshments, and were most attentive. Their croquet ground adjoins the bowling -:reen, and a good many of them were enqu.ring when the Traralgon cvoquet Ia n will be completed, There was on y time for a hurried exchange of comphihents by Mr. Dunston, of' Sale and Mr. English (Traralion) Scores: Sale. 1. Walden, Reynolds, Roberts, Miller (c.) ... ... 31 2. Richards, Dunston, Napper, Parsons (c.) ... ... 21 3. Andrews, Reece, Neill, Biggs (c.) ... ... 24 STotal ... ... ... 76 Trardlgon. 1. White, Pentland, Gledhil...
The Preacher's Red Rose HOW A FLOWER TURNED THE BALANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914
i-ne Preacher's Red Rose 1OW A FLOWER TURNED THE BALANCE. The church of Sardis, Brynsarn which is one of the oldest in Wales bad been for three years without a pa. Lor. Several promising young prea ehers had supplied its pulpit, but not one had secured a unanimous call tc the pastorate. The responsibility ci arranging pulpit supplies and of se. lecting thle most likely candidates had been entrusted to a committee of 15 church members, including the foui ieacons. This committee was sarcas tically called by one of the members, John Pugh, the tailor, who thi-Ugh himself better qualified than anybody a9lse to be on it, "The twelve wise men Af Sardis." Sardis had had for years the reputation of being the most diffi ,ult church to please in the whole country. But this was not true of all the church, only of some half a dozen conservative members, especially David Moses, the shoemaker, whos workshop was called "Sardis Chapel, Htouse of Lords." Seeing that of the large number of students an...
OVER-CURIOUS PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914
I OTER-CURIOUS PEOPLE. Ove.-ourious people arenot easily silenced, Lit the feat is to be accomplished. An old gentloman complaining that his glasses were set tt:ong enough to servo his turn, was told Dy thl optician that they ought to be so, ieing they wero " twos." " What have you got after ' twos ?'" in laired ho. " Number ones," was the reply. "And after ones?" " Oh," said the optician, "if y-n don't nd them strong enough, sir, you will re guire a dog and a string." The following colloquy took place out tide a house in an American city, between lountiy visitors unable to obtain entrance, and a German svingnext door : " Jnno not at home, did you say ?'. * Nein, Chane's nod at home." SWhere is she ?" SShe's gone the cemetery down." SPWhen will she come back " SOh, she won't come back already any more; she's gone to stay ; she's det. A stranger, passing a churchyard and ieeing a hearse standing hard by, inquired who was dead. The sexton informed him. "What complaint?" asked the inqu...
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914
TELEPHONE ThUNK LINE RATES. 3 mn. each add. 3 min Morwell ... 2d ... 2d Glengarry ... 2d ... 2d Toongabbie ... 2d. ... 2d Moe ... 3d ... - 3d Cowwarr ... 3d ... 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d ,Flynn's Creek 3d ... 3d Trafalgar ... 4d ... 3d Yarragon . . 6d ... 5d Sale ... 6d ... 5d Walhalla ... 6d ... Maffra, ... 8d ... 6d ' Heyfield ... 8d ... 6d. Newry ... 8d ... 6d Tinamba ... 8d ... 6d Warragul ... 8d ... Id Yarram ... 1/4 ... 1/
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914
THE TELEPHONE. ---- TRARALGON EXCHANGE. r Dr Hagenauer a 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 zo THu JOURYNAL(W. Chappell). .I Whittaker Bro.; 12 J. English -3 Shire Hall '14 J. D. Campbell IS J S. Mililigan i6 S. Lees i7 Nure Miller 18 Gippslad Trading Coy. 19 J H. Vivian o20 Mathieson and Davis 21 P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store, '23 T. G Cobbledick' 24 T. H. Row 23 Seijeant and Bruce 26 A. M'Lean and Co, 27 R. H. Widdis 28 Grand Junction Hotel 29 Railway Station 30 Savings Bank. 3? Butter Factory 32 Police Station. 33 National Bank 34 Pentland and Canfield. 35 C. E. Clarke. 36 H, M. Campt:ell. 37 " The Record" (J. W. Guest). 38 A. J. Trood. 29 J. W. Grubb. 40 F. Gruhb 41. J. Robinson. 42. A. W. Crowe and Co. 43. W. Christensen and Co. 44. R. Widdis. 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay.
AN OLD PIONEER PASSES. MR. JOHN CAMPBELL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 13 January 1914
AN OLD PIONEER PASSES. --- MR. JOHN CAMPBELL. An old Gippsland pioneer, in the person of Mr. John Campbell, of &nbsp; "The Retreat," Traralgon, passed &nbsp; away on Sunday, at the age of 93 years. He had been in a weak state of health for some years, and gradually sank. He had a strong constitution that pulled him through the hardships inciden- tal to life in Gippsland in the early days, and enabed him to survive to such a great age. The funeral took place yesterday in the Traralgon cemetery. The ser- vice was conducted by the Rev. J. Buchan, a friend of the family, at present residing in Sale, and the aged Dr. Macdonald, an old friend &nbsp; of the late Mr. Campbell, came from Sale to attend the funeral. Mr. F. L. Grubb conducted the mortuary arrangements. The late Mr. Campbcll and his wife were both born at Loch Broom, Scotland. They came to Victoria 65 years ago, landing at Port Albert, then the depot and port for Gippsland. Mr. Camp- bell soon obtained t...
TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14. (Before Messrs. T. A. Pettit, and W. West, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 16 January 1914
TRARALGON POLICE COURT. -0---- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14. (Before Mepsrs. IT. A. iPcttit and w. West, J's.P.) Miac. Chnristensen v. D. Downie, gn a fraud summons. Mr. Hosken asked for an adjournment, as the defendant was not present. He had issued a subpoena, but it had lot been served. Thd case was adjourned for 14 days. Annie \Vhateley v. Clement W. Whateley, for £50 due on a pro missory note. Order for amount and :£3-8s cost?'. GippsIand Trading Company, v. C. Boram.-Withdrawn. Theo. Cobbledick applied for a prohibition order against his son, Edward W. Cqbbledlck. -He said that it was very painful for him to.makethe application but his son was indulging.to excess, and Laus, mng his wife and mother senous anxiety, besides wastinmg his money Mr. H-osken, who appeared for the defendant, suggested that 'the latter should give a written under taking to abstain from dririk. The Bench thought that he should take the pledge for twelve monthl. The father said he would be satisfied with that, ...
WOMAN OF 70. HAS A FACE LIKE THAT OF A YOUNG GIRL. Long Guarded Family Secret Learned Through Provincial Lady. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 16 January 1914
WOMAN OF 70. HAS A FACE LIKE THAT OF A YOUNG GIRL. Long Guarded Family Secret Learned Through Provincial Lady. "From mother to daughter, generation after generation," wri tes a lady now 70 years of age, "we have been noted thr6ughout the little provincial town where we hive, for the beauty of our com plexions, preserved everi to old Important : Inquires recently made of a noted dermatologlst prove conclulsively that the above lotion is unequalled for the pur poses for which it is recommended, and it may, therefore, be regar ded as being thoroughly reliable. age. Of late 'so many of our friends seem to have been decei ved and disappointed by harmful skin remedies that we have dy cided it is not right for us to keep to ourselves any longer the for mula that has always been consi dered as our family secret, and to which we owe our 'eternal youth.' Therefore, we take this opportun ity of commumncating it to our sis ter readers. Simply take 2 ozs. Rosewater, 1 dlram tincture of ben zoin,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 16 January 1914
The Mutual Cash Store Is 1() W' Conducting at Great Cash Sale Of Groceries, Crockery, (cWhich may Last for Hardware, &c., &c., 2 or 3 Weeks). Squatters, Graziers, Farm er, Restaurant and Hotel keepers, and Householders generally, will find this an Excellent Opportunsty of. Replenishing their Larders to the Best Advantage. rP.R._Please CASH STORE. this is aber CASH STORE. Run on the Most Economic principles, hence we can, and DD, SELL CHEAPER than Other Stores, 'We don't ask our Customers to supply capital (withcut interest), but wve 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. C. TEMBY & Co.; Champions of Cheapness, (Next Clarkson's)--- TlRARALGON and COWWAIR. ('OMIVMENCE:s Friday, 16th January, And Continues Throughout the Month. THE SALE OF THE SEATSON Ivanohester U} Dresses. Sinle bed ~ilze White Shee!ing, ? S: cur 'lable of Sponge Clobhs Sale of he Season Price,...
"HOW MUCH FOR A BABY?" [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 16 January 1914
*r1HOW, MU CH FOR A BABY?' S . -0 . At the Traralgon Methodi-t churlh on Sunday evening, the Rev., W. H. Scurr tbntmued" his series or popurai sermons, the subject being, How Math for a 0aby. The discourse was based on. the words of Christ:-" Jesus cal led a little child unto him. and set him in the midst of them. 'Matthew, chap. 18, verse 2. He said that min making little children the subject of his discburse he was followming the example of Jesus. iT'he baby was in evidence mn al inost every issue of 'the da'ly press. [Babies were a common subjectt of dtfcussion, andi why should they not be discussed in 'the pulplit. Re cently a mmnsterial friend asked' him it it was 'rilght to discuss such a glaring title mn the pulplt, and added that it was hardly decent, He (Mr" Scurr) replied that sulh a construthlon of the title had never odc'ured to him, and that to the pui~e all things were pure. The t'alue of a baby was a cluestion' of pubic morality, and it was discus sed in .the secular ...
How to Neutralise Dangerous Stomach Acids. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 16 January 1914
How to Neutralise Dangerous Stoinach Acids. Few people besides phys:clans reahlse the importants of keeping the fooa contents of the sfoma.h tree fromn acid fermentation. A healthy, normal digestion cannot take place while the del:cte hninmg of the stomach is being inflamed and distended by wind, the result of fermentming food m.the stomach. To secure perfdct digestion fer mentatlon must be stopped, or prevented, and the acid neutra hsed. For this purpose physl clans usualUy rccrmmena a hlittle bit of blsurated magnesia from the chemist, and takmg a teaspoonful in a little hot or cold water im mediately after eating. They re commend bisuratea magnesia be cause it is pleasant to take, has no disagreeable after effects, and instantly stops fermentation, neu tralises the acid and makes the sour, acia food bland, sweet, and easily dlgcsted. The regular- use of bisurated mnagnesia-be sure you get the bisurated, as other kinds of mag nesia are of little value-,is an ab solute guarantee of...
Horticulture Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 16 January 1914
fortlculture Notes. T'he Newtown pippin is pop?iar, not pnly for horne consumption, but for the foreign trade. Roman hyacinths are extensively used for forcing, which may be doie at a temnperature of 60 degs. John Lewis Childs tells that the t?h:incso sacred lily blooms as we'l in pebbles and water as in soil. Jonquils aro suitable alike for pot culture or for planting out. The culture required is the same as for hyacinth. The new Princess strawberry, which originated in hIinnesota, vwas named by the Horticultural society of that state; it at the same time took first prize over fifteen new seedlings. An experienced peach grower sayhi *Don't force a too rapid growth while young, as it tends to produce a tree sub. ect to early decay. Apply no fertilizer upon the peach orchard in goo4 aoil kntil the pearing period."
PUBLIC BATHS. DISCUSSED BY THE SHIRE COUNCIL. COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO GO INTO THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 16 January 1914
PUBLIC BATHS. DISCUSSED BY THE SHIRE COUNCIL. COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO GO INTO THE QUESTION, At the meeting of the Traralgon shire council on Wednesday Coun cillor Pettit moved a motion, on notice, to the effect thait the courtcfil go into the matter of ways ana means of providing public baths for the town. He saicd that it was now generally admitted that swimming baths should be provi dea in the town. Four years ago the matter was brought before the countil, and Mr. Sambell was authorised to prepare an estimate of the cost, and submitted a re port, showing that the cost would be about £650. He remembered that 20 years ago the old Progress Association asked'the council to build a palng shelter on the creek for baths, but the proposal did not receive the support it should have The town had grown, since then, and public baths were more neces sary now than then. He asked the countil to discuss the ways and means. He was wehl aware that it coula not be done out'of revenue, his idea was to...