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MORWELL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
MORWELL SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the M6rwell shire council was held on Wednesday last, when there were present: ' Councillors Edney (president), Heesom, Buck ley, Scanlon, Dunbar, M'Donald, Daly, Falla, Engl.sh, Radburn;l "Kneebone and Latter. Correspondence. From Country Roads Board, re turning plans of Jeeralang West road, and instructing engineer to proceed with the survey of devla tions.-Received. From Public Works department, suggesting that some .expended: balances of Government grants might be expended on works on Rout's road, Mirboo.-Received. From M. Shannahan, re ne cessity of road to hJs holdings.-- Engineer to report. Reports. The dairy inSpector, Mr. Joseph Quigley, reported having inspected 21 dairies, and found same mn first class order and condition. He also reported blackberries on the road at Morwell river and Middle Cre~ek bridges, and on .the road leaa ing to Hopkins'. The road foreman,,Mr. W. Bol ger, reported having completedlthe .followin...
IMPORTANCE OF PUNCTUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
IMPORTANCE OF PUNCTUATION. Punctuation.is the boundary mark :etween chaos and such simplicity that xe who runs may read. For instance, ;he following sequence of "words har neither sense nor reason in its un unctuated condition:-"That that ir s that that is not is not is not that .t it is." It wll be a keen reader whc -an at the first glance reduce this ap -arently senseless conglomeration ol aords into coherent significance. Ye_ 3alf a dozen marks with a pen convert it into the legible and comprehensive itatement, "That that is, is; that that is not, is not; is not that iftP It is." * Never' Satisfied.-When a girl "get. i young woman," she usually wants to ret a yoUng man as well. Many events ot puDne interest and value never reach the columns of the local newspaper. The Press is said to have many eyes and ears, but. it is not omnipresent, -and does niotgsee and hear every thing. Consequenth 1 w.e shall be glad if readers will as.ist us by sending reports of nmattrs of pub lic inter...
TRARALGON SOUTH ROAD. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
TRARALGON SOUTH ROAD, -o (To the Editor).), Sir,-Kindly allow me space to say a ~few words re the attempt to block our new road by a few per sons who are fortunate enough to own land near the township. Some time ago Mr. Sambell was instruc ted by the Main Roads Board to lay out the road leading from Tra ralgon, through Traralgon South, Jeeralang, and Jumbuk, so as to connect-at Brown's saddle, on the top of the main road leading from Morwell- to Yarram. Mr. Sambell evidently determined to keep up his reputation, and made a thorough search, and discovered' that the best possible route would be through private property, some of which it appears is owned by Mr. Widdis, who is cut up because his permission was not asked for to go through his property. Now, an engineer's duties do not re quire him o tgo cap in hand to every Tom, Dick and Harry, and say, "Please sir, may I go through your land.P' Where land is re quired for a main road that will benefit the public, the landowner's Anteres...
TRARALGON RACING CLUB. PROSPEROUS SEASON. SUBSTANTIAL CREDIT BALANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
'TRARALGON RACING CLUB. - PROZPEIROUS SEASON. SUElSTANTIAL CREDIT BAL . ANCE. A mneeting of the committee of the I rraralgon Racing Club was lhld at tlJe Club hotel on il;hursday hnight. Therecwere present: Mess,s Stand,.ng (chairman), Morgan, .P. iDuubar, ieeks, Cosgriff, Clladlman and r-. M'Lean (secretary'. Mr. E£ S. Whtitakers sent an intima tiwu. that he could not attend, as he had to go to Bairnsdale. The minutes of the previous mieeLtng were confirmed.; A ietter was received from the V.R.C., stating that it was abso lutely necessary thait the dates for next-, season's races siould be fori warded. A letter from the Railhvay de partment, gave the receipts mn con nection with the special tramn-trqm Bairnsdale on the day of the last 'races, showing a loss of £1 11s 7d. Mr. J. Motgan remarked that a good many people coming to the races did not know that there was a special trainm. Accounts to the amount of £89 7s were passed for payment. The secretary said the ground committee was...
BRIDE'S ORANGE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
BRIDE'S ORANGE BLOSSOMS. For many centuries the recognised :hing for a bride has been a wreath of )range blossoms. But why orange blos moms? The question has been debated ,ver and over again, but a good suthority states that the practice has ieen derived from the Saracens, among rhom the particular blossom was re .arded as a symbol of a prosperous mar iage, a circumstance which is paftly to se accounted for by the fact that in the East the orange tree bears ripe fruit mnd blossoms at the same time. The lower was introduced into the wedding :ustoms of our country by French mil .iners, having been selected for Its ,eauty rather than for any symbolical eason.
HENCE AZURE SKIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
HENCE AZURE SKIES. Why is the sky blue ? It is a ques :ion that probably has not arisen ie Inmany minds. Most people are content o accept the fact without inquiry. SThe sky is blue-and not yellow, red. or green," said a science student, simply because the countless millionr .f particles in the atmosphere r.flect "nly the blue portion of the sun's light Some of these particles are water, but ,lost of them are composed of the Jxygen or nitrogen of the air. "'But,' someone may say, 'the sk3 •- sometimes red at sunrise or sunset. I'rue, and until quite recently the fact was a puzzling one. It is now knowr th't the-red tmts come from the water3 ,-:pour in the lower layers of the at. nosphere, while the deep blue of the .ky belongs to the higher layers. The ,ed hues, in fact, do not rise higher han five miles from the earth. ** But whatever the colour, it is en. :irely derived from the air. If it were possible for you to ascend above the itmosphere that surrounds the earth, jour blue sky ...
MRS. WICKS ON BREAKING OFF ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
mItS. WICKS ON BREAKING OF' ENGAGEMENTSt We're all liable to mistakes, as the nan said when he found he'd marriec the wrong twin sister. An' to my think. n' the next best thing to never makln mny is acknowledgin' tllem honest--per. :icularly ef tiere's time to preveni :hem goin' farther. Breakin' off engage. nenes is an example of what I mean. I see nothin' wrong, .myself, in a :ouple sayrn' straight mt--ef they're uckly enough to discover it before mar 'iaga---that they find they're not suit *d. "l:s better to feel foolish than uaer ole any day. I.'esides, ef engagements weren't ne:nt to be broke occasional,, there'd sa fo ;eed of them, an' nothin' to pre -ent folks gettin' wed first go of after orpposxn'; whether they knew each n... L mase or not. Of couise, there's cases where it's not .u:h plain sailin', an' that's when only mae of the two wants to cry off. It's )etter they should, ef they've a real mind to, though I don't deny it means ;rouble an' sparks flyin' upward. hut that...
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
TELEPHONE TT I NK RLINE RATES. 8 mIn. eaah add. 3 mini Mlorwell ... 2d ,.. 2d Glengarry ... 2d " ... 2d Toougabbie ... d ... 2d-: Moe • ... 3d .... 3d Cowwarr ... 3d ... 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's Creek 3d •.. 3d Trafalgar ..., .d ... 3d Yarragon' . . Sd ... 5, Sale ... ,6d .... 5d Walhalla ... - 6d ... Maffra ... 8d ' ... 6d Heyfield .... 18d ..." 6d, Newry r .. 8d ..' ~6d Tinamba ... 8d ... :6d Warragul ... 8d ... : Id Yarram ... 1/4 ... 1/
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
THE TELEPHONE. --o- - TRARALGON EXCHANGE. I Dr Hagenauer 2 Dr. McLean 3 Mr. Cballman 4 T. B. Little & Co. 5 Christensen & Bawdei' 6G. H Marsh y Layton Bros. L. Lay 9 W, A. Clark [o THE JOURNAL (W. Chappell). uI Whittaker Bros;. 12 J. English .r3 Shire Hall [4 J.D. Campbell IX5 J S. Milligan x6 Robert Farmer 17 Nurse Miller 18 Gippsland Trading Coy. 19 F. L. Grubb, jnr. 2o Mathieson and Davis a2 P Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store, 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H. Row 35 Serjeant and Bruce 26 A. M'Lean and Co,. 27 G, H. Monds 28 Grand Junction Hotel 29 Railway Station 30 Savings Bank. 31 Butter Factory 32 Police Station. 33 National Banki S34 Pentland and Canfield. 35 C. E. Clarke. 36 Clerk of Courts 37 "The Record" (J. W. Guest). 38 A. J. Trood. 39 F. Peiper 40 F. Grubb 41. J. Robinson. 42 R. F. Webb S43. W. Christensen and Co, 44. F. Widdis. 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay. 46 Picone . 47 W. M'Doald . 48 H. Campbell I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
Ladies ,'L? a es" Do Not Read this if it Does not Interest You. Ladies' Coats in all shades, shnpes and sizes. Also 1,000 Japanese Mats, large size, at ls each; ----worth ls 9d. Very Special Line. 50 Dozen Brown and Turkish Towels at 9d each. Exceptionally good line. Worth inspecting. Also Special Line of Flannel, 30in, wide, at 10½d. S.,.- worth is 4½d. . .. Finlay's Sheetidg. Owing to large Stock in this particular line, we are selling at very low prices, in all wldths.g This Season Fashion, In all Sades of DRESS MATERIAL, by the yard, and Ready-to-wear DRESSES at Very Low Prices. Noticel Notice !! Milliner y. Always Leading in Latest Styles. Come Right in and Inspect Our Large Stock at Our Famous Store 00MN RIGHT NOW TO JHG. GCRISTEISEI'S PASHIONS FAVORITE LEADER. Window Display: TUESDAY, APRIL 28. GLENGARRY. ATHLETIC ... CLUB. ANNUAL SPORTS. THURSDAY, JUNE 4. PROGRAMME: (Under V.A.L. RulesO, Boy's race, 16 and under, Ist 15s 2nd 5s. Post entry is. Girls' race, 16 and under, Ist ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
COOPER'S SHEEP DIP .Is Reoogneed by Leadiog S Wool Growers to be the, WORLD'S BEST DIP. YOUR Dip for the Season will be Supplied at a Special Price, Providinq you Place;Your Season Order WITHOU l .DELAY. Catalogue andiQuolation of COOPER DIP and COOPER SHEARING MACHINES From our Special Representative T. G. COBBLEDICK, !' raralgon. G. BIU$ IPG & SOS SNurserymen, Nurserymen, BRIGITO1T ST. KILDA, YVIOTORIA RO.D, ' VICTORIA. Largest and Best Stock of CatWlogues Post Free. Planis in the Commonwealth Inspection Invited, Teie]hone 128, Windsor. ~p -------- -- - -- - m M'Leod Ipros. Co. CARS FOR HIRE, Uay or Night. Repairs to all makes of cars and . ISA L . .. Cycles. Modern tolos and expert Mechanics. Complete overhauls and Repairing a speciality. IO OTO hMotor Cycles built to order, 2. • • . to 6 h.p. Prdcision,.J.A.P.: Fafnir Sarolea, or T.D.G. -Engines. Cash or terms. G AP A G E Full stock of Tyres, Oils, and * * ,LU ., . accessories. Large supply of Dun lop tyres, and sundries...
WHY NOT TELL ME ? [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
WHY NOT TELL ME? Cyril was sitting at the table play ing with a salt-cellar, and in a care less moment dropped it, and spilt the contents. His father, rather provoked at the child's carelessness, said, "There, I knew you would do it." The little eyebrows went up, and quick as a flash came the astonishing answer: "How careless of you not to tell me."
FIJI. THE MISSION WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
FIJI. THE MISSION WVORK. The Rev. E. O. Lelean gave an interesting address on missionary work in Fiji, in the Methodlst) church, Traralgon, on Friday even ing, thle Rev. W. H. Scurr presid ing. In openingh is address, Mr. E. O. Lelean said he represented the greatest 'and most important work in the world, namely, the Foreign Miisslons, and he had been a mis sionery In Fijl for 12 years. Pro ceeding, he said that Fiji consis ted ot 240 islands or islets, about 2000 miles from Austrahlia. The population consisted of 1000 00 natives, and 50,000 Indians . The islands were pecullarly the care of Australia, and Australia should accept the responsibility as being the nearest white people. The Fijians, he said, were a primitive race, andh ad been called the chila race. Some people said the Chris tian missions in Fijl had not done ;any good, but that was not true. It was only a week's sail. from Australia to Fiji, and anyone tak ing a three weeks' holiday there could have a week among the Is...
A LITTLE MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
A LITTLE MISTAKE. We all of us make mistakes at times, but this was a very awkward one. The nentle Elsie sits dreamily in the gloam. ing in the front room. She is vera miserable, for on the previous night she had words with her own, and nou she fears her haughty Harolr will not call. She hears a step, a ring, a voice she knows, and someone is speaking tq the servant in the hall. She will not wait until a light is brought. but gently calls "Come in 1" The visitor enters. and, with a sigh of awful volume, th0, fair Elsie casts herself into his arms and softly murmurs, "Oh, my darling i'm so glad you've come. I have so wanted to make it up and settle." And he of the embrace remarks. "Well. miss, it's very nice of you, and I'm very glad. too, that you're going to settle up at last." It was the dressmaker'. collector.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
AMAGAREAT SALE CARTER-HUNT Partnership. AMIALGAMATION SALE. 0r tIn rdre liae tour Suepl w s n tooie andtieto..h 8 days' GenuineBrginor Tailoring Staff is now one of the larg~st out of el new P r"-ership BusinesF wef nd Pit imperlive to hold Offerings, for Cash only. bou ne, and we can'cop with all urgent work. Suits turned . =ou=r, ShAR L S \Lr,," Prfits will n . b. torught of, is Co0mmencing Saturday out at Short No'ice. 'h,, Stock m,?t muir be r, d c-di. D,,n't nm's thh exceplional (l oUK MOl'TO-Good Value, PTht Woukmanship, Every chanoc, ppy vs a visit, ard y, will.not Ie sorry. April 25. Garment (uaranteed "A SUBI FIT." " - If You Cnn't Ca 1 Personally, k ndly Sed for SAMPLES, UITS AND L\DI' COUIaS", at SPECIAL PRC Ls D:"Shop by Post," and you will be satisfied. UT AU a, Saturday, May 2. CARTER & HUNT, The Distinctive House, Traralgon. You Should be D6termined In r, je~ting the worthless and frequently irjnlriouS counterfeits which are Pometimef, pushed for the sake of g...
AN OLD BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
AN OLD BABY. One of the most remarkable charac teristics of Sir Joshua Reynolds was thc rapidity with which he worked. Sir Thomas Lawrence, his rival, was ver. slow. Over his portrait of Lady Meiex borough and her child he took an un conscionable time. Promise-after vro mise was made, and at last Lord Mex borough insisted on fulfilment. "Well," said Lawrence, "if Lad) dexborough will kindly bring the baby once more, I will really finish."' "Well, Sir Thomas," mnswered his patron, "my wife will be happy to ive1 you another sitting whenever you hlke, tt the baby's in the Guardsl"
A WAY WITH SOME WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
A WAY WITH SOME WOMEN. Jones: "How is your wife this morn, ingP" Brown: "Very happy, indeed I thank you.,' Jones: "Why, I heard she was suf fering from a very bad cold." Brown: "Oh, yes, she has a bad cold, but she's not suffering. You see. some time ago she bought a bottle of cough mixture at a sale, and she was beginning to despair of ever having a chance to use it.
QUOITS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
QUOITS, The Traralgon Quoit Club wil open the season on Saturday next. The pitches are being Improved in readiness for a good muster,of pla yers. The fence is also to be re paired. The Railway Quoit Club has now 35 members, and one ol the num ber is a former State champion. Trophy competitions have already been started.
SPORT AND PASTIME. BOWLS. WARRAGUL v. TRARALGON [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
SPORT AND PASTIME. BOWLS. WARRAGUL v. TRARALGON Warragul and Traralgon teams played an association match on the local green on Saturday last. The visitors did not bring their best team, though it included some of their best bowlers. Their No. 3 rink was also the leader short, and Mr. Thompson, of the local club filled the gap. There was thus( a Thomsen at one end ot thec team, and a Thomson at the other end. This match is very probably the last inter-club match of the season, as bowling weather is al most over, and the GippslandP greens will soon be closed. The green keeper had the green in ex cellent order on Saturday; laster and keener than was expected al ter the rain of the previous day. It will be seen from the subjoined scores that Traralgon had a vic tory by 18 points. Mr. Duffy's rink very nearly had a two to one score and led from the start. At one stage of thi game Mr. p3ayley's rink had 14 to nil; having made 12 'in two ends. The opposing team gradually got the strength o...
THE FOOTBALL SEASON. NOTES ON THE GAME. THE TRARALGON CLUB. JOINS, NORTH GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 28 April 1914
'HE FOOTBALL SEASON4 NOTES ON THIE GAMIE, THE TRARALGON CLUB. JOINS. NORTH GIPPSLAND S ASSC.ATION,. League football staried in .Mel - bourne on '.Lurday lajt, and the game will be in lull swing fn Gipps land in a few wvecis. , ootball has made great stra.es mn the country distrcits of iase years, and the matches are no ,ouger ' rough and tumbles." l'ile rmks of the city clubs have ieen considerably im proved of late by the inclusion of many country players. Thus a lot of country clubs wdill be without the services ot many, of thei'r lead -' ing play.ers tius year. Fairburn, who captained Yinnar last year, is playing widh Melbourne; Roy Far mer, Mirboo's splendid ruck man, is in the St. Kilda eighteen'; Houghton (Bairnsdale) has joined the University team; and Payne, one of Trafalgar's most dashmig players, has been secured by. South Melbourne. The Yinnar club will feel the loss of Fairburn keeniy, as it was mainly due to his sound play and captaincy that they have been so well up in...