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CHAPTER XXVIII. A Very Thrilling Story, [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
CHAPTER XXVIII. A Very Thrilling Story, His cigar dropped to the ground and lay there unheeded, while the judge, J hardly leas excited by the m; strange questions and demeanor, •i.oerately threw his away and her curious look upon the pale face be side him. Again there was an awkward lence. But at length Sir Arthur turned and j looked his companion full in the ey "! owe you an apology for being s persistent in my questions," he bi-ga "but I have been impressed, ever sm&lt; meeting Mr. Marchiuont this morning, and I am convinced now that we on the verge of unravelling what has I long been, to me at least., a hopeless | mystery. May I trespass still further by asting—do you know anything | about young Marchmont's parentage?'" "1 am bound to confess that 1 do | not," replied the judge, in tones repressed excitement. "Are you willing to tell me how this ! child happened to become tha ward j of your son-in-law?" "Certainly, If it •will lead to proof of his identity. 1 will tell yo...
TRAFALGAR BRASS BAND. WAYS AND MEANS. PUBLIC AID SOLICITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
TRAFALGAR BRASS BAND. WAYS AND MEANS. PUBLIC AID SOLICITED. A. well-attended meeting oí the Tra falgar brass baud was held in the school room on Monday evening, for the purppse of devising some means of • raising funds. In the absence of tke\ president, Mr. Holls presided, and ^ briefly explained the financial position of the band and suggested several schemes for replenishing the depleted treasury. Owing to several recent departures from the district the mem bership has decreased, and at present the expeuses areffciightiy ia excess of the income, the former being about 22s. per week and the latter about 19s. AH the instruments and other property have been paid for, and at present the band is just about "square," but I with this difference "between the income and the outlay trouble would arise in the near future unless some thing was done to provide a revenue irrespective of members subscriptions. The question of holding a concert met with nu favor, but a proposal to hold a s])ort3 ...
CHAPTER XXVII. A Proposal of Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
CHAPTER XXVII. A Proposal of Marriage. For a moment after that iron hand closed over her arm Alice scemud to be frozen with fear. Her heart drooped back into her bosom like a lump of lead, and every But the girl was possessed of a dauntless spirit, as we know, and al most Immediately her courage arose to meet the emergency. She vigor ously shook off the hand from her arm. "Who are you?" she demanded, in time to waste upon explana Tell me—do you come from \Vindsor?" "Yes." "Do you know a woman by the name of Ingraham, who lives at a place call ed Castleview?" A shock went vibrating through Alice at this question. What could a low creature, who, outlaw, was hiding in the impatiently, as she hesitated. "Yes, I know Mrs. Ingraham." "Will you take a letter from me to Alice shrank with abhorrence from becoming the messenger from this mysterious unknown to the woman who was almost as repulsive to her. "She is not at Castleview," she said; "she is away for the present." The man ground his t...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
MULTUM IN PARVO. _ Economic Timber Yards great aale. See advt. Advertise in this paper and youis I business will prosper. / j Up to date the Bush Fires^ Relief/ I Fund bas reached close upon £7000, I Trafalgar horticultural third annnal show, ou W • A.orn Tarragon ®gsm«tei the •sboofcmg*- ^Kíe- ''daddy' district. Jennings and Mclnnes nightly sale at Trafalgar March 17. I he amount contributed by Trafal gar to the bush tires relief fund was £29 Os. 7d; Mathieson and Davis fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, March 10 th. Great sale of timber, ironmongery, paints, &o., at I rafalgar to-morrow (Friday), See advt. Another great dramatic treat for Trafalgar at the end of this month. 1 he favorite Coulter company's return vifcit. .The Trafalgar cricketers had on a "soft thing" last Saturday, and wen bv m innings and a number oX^ruas - to spare. ' ; The Labor Party in the House of Com owns is endeavoring to ge t a b31 1 passed for the payment of members— £300 per annum...
IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE CHAPTER XXVI.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE By Mrs. G. SHELDON, Authoress of "Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," "Mona, or The Secret of a Royal Mirror," tc. CHAPTER XXVI.—Continued. ^Judge Ashburton and Sir Arthur ^■■gged to be excused from joining in excursion to the caves, and the people started off In high spirits ^Lnm their exploring expedition, as one oi the boatmen, who was guide, was ready to them. wêre' obliged to walk a mile tlirough the woods, but to English lads and lasses this was nothing, especially as they iotind themselves so congenial Upon reaching the entrance to the caves their guide produced candles, and after lighting thera, presented cay with one. The opening leading to the first cave was so narrow that they were obliged to go single filo, but, aiter a little, as they began to de scend, the place became wider and the roof more vaulted, while various pas sages stretched away in all directions. They Explored them all, finding many curious formations of rock, and evi dences that numerous other...
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
NARRACAN. The Narracan cridpfl&rs scored a decisive win ovefrjtfrorpdale on Satur day last, the SGpfis beiug :—Narracan, 96 ; Thorgdirte, 24. For the winners, H. Powell (25), and W. Pemberton (16) allowed best forra. The tennis tournament in con section with the Narracau tennis club will be commenced on Saturday next. A good number of entries have been received, and those visiting the court may rely on seeing some interesting play. ^ Mr 0. Kennafj^Heturned to Narra can, after ar^pW?G»$&everal months spent inJÜ^nunfer River district- in NJgffijr -Mr Kennedy speaks very mppny of the Hunter River country. With the object of making their meetings more attractive, the members of the local tent, I.O.R., intend holdiug a social occasionally at which members will be allowed to invite their friends.
The Hissing Hand. ADAPTED FROM THE FRENCH OF AURELIEN SCHOLL CHAPTER VI (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
T3m Hissing Sand. Abápttd FK-jM i l FkKKCH 09 Aurelien Scholl. B. ÎRAN'FILL HARRISON, CHAPTER VI (Continued). *Ä*ÄW hef *"■ "Mr «mer, did you say rc"™" ' had imî,,&lt;le&lt;1 '« cumsiantes have &lt;lLtied.-C The ««-schools,>| f,,„„ Lim could at last ..n,u , -e Mnniéviain's over tl>* Clotilde1* room For the '' m*îpitCft w «PO'«««.! a k«„ •olMUd.wh,,, Oí c kmoíaiíf.uijy searches o,.eS con.aence, she ,,.,&lt;1 f„rllficd hend( DO >e a sujet reasoning tliut she had /.rCn',,!r 10 anVu'>«- With or mother, she had not even ! îa!'rr"ldiS'"'n0Ur- RtdJess •oui, she hud Leen as reckless of her l«dy. The idea never occur, ed to her "»at ai some uniorsçen moment -Oman , mother, would rise up befo,, kmeW "L0"er )'0Ur bea,i> 'ad ' «neet for very shame I" She gaied at Mn,e. de Monté, an interest mingled wjih fear. Her mother I She had a mother ; A woman «* sZuTny^T/?1''''''""' ? Wh" It »'as too late to repent now. ske must go forward to the bitter end. ...
THORPDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
THORPDALE. A picnic was also held on Sun day afterr.oon last—at the Narra C&n falls. The weather was all that could be desired, being warm, ancf the shade afforded by the wil lows was much enjoyed. The ladies are deserving of great credit for the recherche luncheon provided. night a "surprise" party was Iv^d at thej^feidence of Mrs Ambrose.^-Thj^vening was spent in daucin&ijflTncîr *as kept up till'the ead^vfioiirs of Earning)..' and games^mcii being heartily in dulged ij^rhile several songs were rendered at intervals. The pro ceedings ended, the company dis* persed, one and all being perfectly satisfied with the eveniQg's enjoy ment.
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
AUCTION REMINDERS. Messrs. Jennings and Melones. Trafalgar stock sales Um aud third Saturdays iu each month. Next sale—March 17. Mesera. Matlneson and Da*«. Trafalgar stock sales second and third Saiurdavs in euch moDtb. Next sale—Marth 10. Messrs. Matliiesou and Davis. Moe st*x:k sale9 last Saturday in each month. N'en Aile —March 28. Messrs. Skews aud Patterson. Yarnwm stock sales fortnightly. Next sale--¿artli 27. Memre. Adiuiison. Slrellle on.I Co. Mol I bourne stock sales as /oiluw—.Vewmarket, [Tuesdays, and Wednesdays; Corporation ' Yards, Thursdays aud Fridays.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
J. A. WILMOTH SOW, SOLICITORS, .r.OUUXE TRAFALGAR. Wilmotli Visits Trafalgar on! ' First and Third Saturday m I each month. J , ¡sa¡on&lt;?r» for taking Affidavits). ¡ La car0.] ! HUBERT KELLY, EarristeR Ar:D Solicitor, proctor and Crnveyancer. TI!A1''ALflAK, Visits MOE Every TotSDM. ah kin.l> »! LEGAL WORK Transacted. CRAY, FRIEND & WILLIAMSON Barristers and Solicitors» WAURAOIjIj. Koiarr PuWic. Commissioner oi ll Supreme Court of Victoria aad of the High Court of Australia. TRAFALGAR - VISITED - EVERY - SAliRMÏ. (11.30 a.m. to 5 p.m). Or on other dates by appointment. TRUST MONIES TO LEND. FRANK GEACH, TRUST HOllKYcS TO LEND. Hkad »ib : QUEEN" STREET, WAR RAOUL (Neil to "Guardian" Office), Where Mr. UcacU may be Consulted Daily. M. DAVINE, Commissioner of the Sui'keme Court TOR TaKIM: AI- t'A I iAV IS. Tit UST MONEYS TO LEND w. LESLIE PARK, SOLICITOR, 410 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE. jyj-OMIEH to LEND, £100 to £10,000. NU COMMISSION. Freeholds, Leaseholds, Wills and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
S. MORRIS, WATCHMAKER JEWELLER & OPTICIAN, TRAFALGAR All Work Receives— PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION, ANFl IS GUARANTEED. Select Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Plate, Silver Mounted Goods and Spectacles At City Prices. Are You INTERESTED IH JEWELLERY? H. NEWMAN'S ILLUSTRATED — CATOLOGUE May be had for the asking! Ttf you want to buy a Preset for a Friend, -L or sométame for yourself, this catolomie äsiLir"11'11 sel8otk"1 °f When bwyi.ig jewellery Jon must rely H bonestJ- °'"1 ,Hg»&lt;nent of the »«■eljar. Com» sense, therefore, demands that you should deal with a fina 0r slorc where no advantage will be taken of you -tCraight dealing expends all over Australia. If you cannot call oj „, yon slwp ^ Served P0St' an "IOn lle'°8 i°°est If anything we send you does not meet with complete approval on arrival, we will exchange it for anything else, or we will refund the amount paid in full. That's a fair positiou, isn't it ? H. NEWMAN, 312 BOURKE STREET (Next Buckley a...
The News. Nec temcre, nec timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
Sfhe iíews. Nec temcrc, nec timide. PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR. PdBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS^-„ THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1900. NOTES AND COMMENTS. Better late than never. After a lot oí agi tûfcioo on the part of the press, the progress association and the public, the water clannel along the main street in Trafalgar is being re-constructed and made rour&lt;^ la keeping with public requirements. The late rains, light as they were, have already caused a #j,eafc improve ment in the appearance of the country. The gross has become greeu, and is beginning to grow, while crops of all descriptions look more healthy and yigoron# they have done for weeks past. ^ public should bat on the alert by the following caution issued by the Bail way department:—i"It is reported that, a new issue of base' »half-crowns ?s in circulation," and the a+«iff js warned to be careful in regard UJ .accepting any of them. í "Pboof." Some press opinions:—"A remarkably powerful dramatisation? nf a great work." "One ...
HOME EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
HOME EDUCATION. The following rutea are worthy of being printed In letters of gold, and placed in a conspicuous place in every household: 1. From our children's earliest in fancy inculcate the necessity of instant obedience. „ 2. Unite1" firmness with gettfléneas. Let your children always überstand that you mean what you-say. ft. Never promise 4fiem anything un' less you are fquite sure you can give what-you say. 4. If you let a child do something show him dow to do it, and see that it is done. 5. Always punish your child for wil fully disobeying you, but never punish him in anger. « ~ 6. Never let them know that they ^ex you, or make you lose your self command. 7. If they give way to petulance or ill-temper, wait till they are calía, then gently reason with them on the im- ' propriety of their conduct. 8. Remember that a littfe present - punishment, when the occasion ariseç^" is much more effectual than the threap. V ening of a greater punishment, shoiy-f pT'i.e fault be renewed. "...
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. W. O. White, Australian Produce Auction Booms, 491 to 497 Flinders Lano West, re ports aa follows:— Cheese.—Market stead;. Fair supplies. Prime lines of now makes, 5^d. to ój,d.¡ good matured, Sd. to 9d. Medium, new, to 5d. Loaf size 5d. to Cd. Iuferior lots Fresh Butter.—Market steady. Prime fac tory lump realised to lid., a few speci al lots higher, prime separator Did. to lOd, good 8Jd. to 9d., poor lower. Eggs.—Market steady. Ordinary lines lOd. aozen. Private lines higher. Bacon.—Steady. Light town cured sides, 7jd. to 7jd.; middles 7\d. to 8d.; hams 8d. to 9d ; lard, 5 Jd to 6d in bladders. Honey.—Prime extracted, 3d. to 3¿d.; me diurn, dull, 2¿d. to 2£d. Beeswax Is. Id to Is. 2d. per lb. Carcase Pork.—'Easier. Friday only. Prime light weights, weH-tlressed, realised 3-|d. to 4d.; medium and heavy weights 2]&lt;± to 3d. Choppers lower. Prime vealors to 3Jd, others l^d. to 2|d. Poultry.—Good demand for prime table birds, poor lots very dull You...
BE GENTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
BE GENTLE. Be ever gentle with the children; watch over them constantly; reprove them earnestly, but not in anger. "Yes, tney are good boys," a kind father once said; "I talk to them very much, but do not like to beat my children— the world will beat them." It was a beautiful thought, thovigh not elegant ly expressed. v Yes, there is not one child in the circle round the table, healthful and happy as they look now, on whese head, if long enough spared, the storm will not beat. Adversity may wither them, sickness may fade, a cold world . may frown on them, but amid all let I memory carry them back to a home [ where the law of kindness reigned, 1 where the mother's reproving eye was I moistened with a tear, and the father: I frowned "more in sorrow than in I anger."
MELBOURNE BUTTER AND CHEESE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
MELBOURNE BUTTER AND CHEESE MARKET. The Gippsland Butter Factories' Co-operative Produce Company Limit ed (Mr. A. J. Wyett, manager) report under date of March 2nd:— Butter.—The supplies ou the market to-day were quite equal to the demand, which was in the case of the very choicest butters active, for choice and prime grades, medium, and where the butter had been made from cream in any way affected by the weather, or off, hard to quit. Secondary and third grades fair sale. Westeras ranged from Is. for the choicest stand ard brands to ll|d. and lUd. for ordinary lines, other grades lower, according to quality. Gippsland and other choicest butters ranged from lid. for favorite brands to lO'd. for others.. Priine brands had sale from 10|d. to 10¿d. being hard to quit. Seconds and off lots 9£d. to Ü-Jd Separator and dairy lines forward were inmost cases below average quality from 8£d. to 9£d. for dairy and 9j-d. to lOjd, for ' separa tors. Eggs.—The condition and quality •of a good many...
CRICKET. TRAFALGA. v. WARRAGUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 8 March 1906
CRICKET. TRAFALGA. y. WARRAGUL. These clubs met on ground last Saturday, but the match proved a very one-aided affair irom start to finish, which deprived it of much oí its interest. The visitors went first to the wickets, and were disposed of for the small total of 28 runs, of which Brooker scored 10. Collins was in good trim, and secured 7 wickets for 11 runs, 0 being^içlean bowled. Trafalgar responded with the very creditable score of 110, of which Nurse (who showed ihuqh of his old form) scored -54 (giving only one difficult chance), and A. Collins 27. Richards secured 7 wickets for ¿28 runs. The afternoon was beautifully fine, and there was a large number of spectators on the ground. Scores:— M. Trooker. b Collins 10 Pratt, run out 2 Parke, b Colins 3 Richards, c, b Collins 1 A. Uanoj, b Collins * E. Brooker, c, b Heywood ... ... 1 N. Brooker, b Hevwood 3 E. Bramstedt, b Collins 0 E. Lennox, b Collins 1 Kelliing, b (Joîlius ... ... ... 0 G. Bramstedt, not out ... 3 Sundries ......