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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

H. EN NIS, Franklin Street, TRARALGON. I appreciate the very Liberal Patrohage, and remind the pub he that I can supply GENTLE MEN'S SUITS, etc., in all the LATEST PATTERNS and the LATEST STYLES. DRESSY SUITS OF THE BEST MATERIAL. W. TURNER, HAIRDRESSER and Tobacconist, FRANKLIN ST.,.. TRARALGON (Opposite Grand Junction Ihotel) Men's '~oilet Club. Ladies' Combings Made up. Tobacco Cigarettes. Comfortable Sa loon. G. B1UB ILGE SONS Nurserymen, Nurserymen, IBRIGITON ST. KILDA VICTORIA ROAID, 'VICTORIA Largest and Best Stock of Catalogues Post Free. Plants in the Commonwealth. Inspection Invited. Telephone 128, Windsor. M'Leod raos. & Co. CARS FOR HIRE, Day or Night. 4AU~Ws Repairs to all makes of cars and *~.AL E~ . . . Cycles. Modern tolos and expert Mechanics. Complete overhauls and Repairing a speoiality. OI OM RT nMotor Cycles built to order, 2} * . * to 6 h.p. Precision, J.A.P. Fafnir Sarolea, or T.D.C. Engines. Cash or terms. Full stock; of ·Tyres, Oils, ind SGARAGE ,,,,...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

FOOTBALL. The Traralgon Footbarl Club promises to have a very successful season. Members tickets are go ing off we', and several district players of high repute are desir ous ot playing with TraraIgon mn the North Gippsland Competition T''here are also some new players residing in the town, and the team promises to be one that wilj, do credit to the district in the com ing premiership matches. - The first match wiill be played on the l ocal, show ground between Traralgon and Maffra, and 'the committee are looking forward to a recora attendance from the town and surrounding districts., Interest promises to. be much keener in the doings of the club thisyear and the fact that matches are to to be played on the Ipcal half holl day will,.give all an opportunity to fol.ow the team, and help the club to have a successful ~season. Arrangements have been inade to have the playing ground cleaned pap, and the cricket pitch reinoved or covered over. SMr. Maddocks, of Maffra, has offered to driv...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

ORDINARY MEETING. The following matters were dealt with at th'e ordinary meeting: Gormandale Railway. Mr. T. Livingston, M.L.A., wrote stating that the Railway Stand ing Committee was about to visit the district to take evidence on the proposal to build a line from Tra ralgon to Gormandale, via Calhg nee . In reply to Mr. Macdonald, the chairman said the committee could not accept the evidence given on the previous vistl, as this was a :different proposition. He under stood that residents of Traralgon South would prepare evidence, and as the committee would not take evidence at Traralgon, the asso ciation could do nothing more than urge outside people to prepare. evidence for the committee. Duplication of the Line. Aletter was received from the Drouin Progress Association, ask ing support for a proposal asking that the Glppsland line between Dandenong and Warragul be dup licated. It was decided to support the project. O Good Roads Associat:on. The secretary of the above sug gested t...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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THE LATROBE RIVER. SNAGGING PROPOSITION. ENGINEERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

THE LATROBE RIVER. -4--C SNAGGING PROPOSITION. i ENGINEERS' REPORT. The following is a copy of the report on the river snagging pro position, supplied to the depart nent by Mr. Gluth, one of the departmental engineers: With Mr. Freeman, Inspector of Dredging, Ports and Harbors, I have inspected the Latrobe river from the junction of the main drain, Moe Swamp, to the Junc tion of the Thompson river, near Sale, a distance of, approximately, 92.) miles, and in connection with the snagging thereof we beg to submit the following report: - We had with us an assistant, Mr. HIermann, snagging master, who had the same trip in Novem ber, 1901, with Mr. Scott, late engineer of Ports and Harbers, and from him we learned that the river (18mn. to 24in. lowver than in that visit) is considerably dirtier than at that time. The only representative of any of the municipalities concerned to meet us was Councillor Dunbar, of the Morwell shire,. though this was perhaps due to our not being able to adher...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

$?I SCHOOL COMMITTEE. - ---o EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATIONS A meeting of tile Traralgon State 1school committee was held at the school on Wednesday night. There were present :Messrs. T. A. Pettit (chairman), Cunmmingi (secretary), Cross, Canfield, Clark son, Griffiths (head teacher), and Mesdames Etheydge and \Waitc. In reply to the chairman, Mr. Griffiths said a teamale teacher for school had arrived, and another male teacher was on the way. Hle was glad to have the male teacher as he needed one. The chhairman remarked that he had written to MIr. Livingston, M.L.A., regarding the school being short of teachers, and this had done some good. Evening Clhsses. Mr. Griffiths said that the attcn dance at the evening-classes had exceeded his anticirpations. On Friday night there were 26 pupils. and on Tuesday night 32. He did not expect that this attendance would continue, but thought that he would have at least 20 pupils in regular 'attendance. Mr. Clarkson asked if a class would be formed for ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. SANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Tra ralgon Progress- Association was held in the mechanics' hall on Tuesday evening. There were present: Messrs. Pettit (chairman] Clarkson, Cross, Bond, Chappell, Welch, Knight; and W. Macdponald (secretary). 'l'he secretary submitted the statement of accounts for the past year. The receipts were: 85 member's subscriptions at 5s 5s, £21 5s; donation from Mr. T. A. Pettit, £5; total £26 5s. The expenditure included delegates' ex penscs, £3; donations, £7 12s (shire council, £5), printing and advertising, £3 7s 4d, balance in hand, £7 2s 6d. In reply to Mr. Clarkson, the secretary, said that when the as sociation was formed, it was ag reea that he should receive an honorarium of £7 10s per year, but in view of the fact that there had been few meetings, and the small balance in hand, he would only accept halt the amount, £3 15s. Prior to the .election o.. officers for the ensuing .year, the chairman said that the associa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

For Chlildren's Hacking Cough at Night. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d AMALGAEATNO SALE. CARTER-HUNT Partnership. AMALGAMATION SALE. .8 days' Genuine Bargain In order *c li8spse of o ir S i a Stock iand troducae hin r O r Tailoring Staff is how one of the largest out of Mel. new Pi rtuirship usin , we , d i imeraiN o hI a Offerings, for Cash only. b no and we can op with all urgent work. uit tned '. HO1 ', SHARA SALE," Profits will not b thought of, ns Commencing Saturday out at Short Notice. thm Stook intm:-t atnu be r duod. D.'n't m as this exceptional April 25. t MO IO -Good Value, ]"st Workmanship, Every chano., p.y t a viit, a d y . will not be soniy. p Garment Guaranteed "A SURE FIT." *..UITS AND LDIES' O COUES s 8PE IAL PRICEe, 1ast Day: You Can't. Ca 1 Persoallo , k nd!y Send forSAMPLES, UT AND LDIS' COUES , SPE IAL PRIC, Last Day: "Shop by Post," and you will be satisfied. Saturday, May 2. CARTER & HUNT, The Distinctive House, Traralon. w*V m0<e rd^d...

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TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. (Before Messrs. W. W. Harris, P.M., and T. A. Pettit, Canfield, and West, J's.P.). TICK AFFECTED SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

TRARALGON POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, MAY 6. (Before Messrs. W. W. Harris, P.M., and T. A. Pettit, Cimfield, and West, J's.P.). TICK AFFECTED SHEEP. C. E. Corney, district inspector of stock,, proceeded against Tho mas R. Clarke, of Loy Yang, for .having sheep affected with tick mn his possession. The cFase was brought under sec tlon 10, of the Sheep Dipping Act, 1909, which provides for a fine not more than five pound for the first offence and £10 for the second of fence. The inspector said that on the 10th of March the defendant had 112 sheep and lambs in the sale yards.' He examined several sheep and found them affected with tick. The unshorn lambs were the worst. Defendant told him that the sheep -haa been dipped. In reply to the P.M. witness said he examined seven or eight sheep. Continuing, witness said that it seemdd a Itrivial thing to take ac tion on, but there was always the possibility of the tick affecting other sheep. He was instructed to take proceedings. Defendant said h...

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CALLIGNEE-GORMANDALE RAILWAY. COLLECTING EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

CALLIGNEE-GORMANDALE RAILWAY. COLLECTING EVIDENCE. A representative meeting of residents attended the meeting at Gormandale, convened by Mr. Cumming, on Wednesday after noon. Cr. Power occupied the d?air, and said that the meeting wais for the purpose of appointing repre sentatives to give eviden:e beiore the Railway Standing Committee at their visit on the 15th inst. The agitation for the railway commen ced in 1885, and had been persis tently worked for ever since. Mr. T. Y. Anderson said that he Iwas sorry he would be away from the district during the visit of the committee. He did not think there coula be-much fresh evidence. The following were appointed to give evidenice: Councillor Power, Messrs. G. Britnell, D, Aubrey, J. Huffer, J. Gilsenan, R. Graham, R. Hare, R. 'Broomfield and W. Cum mming. The following are to be writ ten to with the object of their coming forward to give evidence: Carrajung, Mr. T. Campbell. Willung, Mr. M. Feeley. Blackwarry, Messrs. Daniels, J. Chilver...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. MRS. R. SCOTT desires to thank her many friends for messa- ges ot sympathy, letters, telegrams and floral tributes, during her re- cent sad bereavement; also Dr. M'Lean for his kind attention.

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PASSED AWAY. MRS. DUFF, OF TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

PASSED AWAY. MRS. DUFF, OF TRARALGON. Residents of Traralgon and dis- trict will deeply regret to learn of the death of Mrs. Duff, late of Seymour street, Traralgon, who passed away at her daughter's re- sidence (Mrs. Duncan Stewart) Toongabbie. She had been ill for some months, and went to live at Toongabbie about Christmas. Prior to her leaving, the neighbors in the street in which she had re- sided so long, were very good to her. The deceased gradually sank and passed away as stated. The interment took place in the Toongabbie cemetery on Tuesday, when Mr. Russell had charge of the arrangements. Mr. Ellissmith conducted the mournful obsequies The Rev. A. E. Ingham, B.A., who visited the deceased during her ill- ness, was not able to be present at the funeral. The deceased was 64 years of age, and had resided in Traralgon nearly 20 years. Her husband, who predeceased her, was one of the four original owners of the Long Tunnel mine, Walhalla. They sold their interest just before the...

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MRS. FRAWLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 8 May 1914

MRS. FRAWLEYI We regret to state that Mrs. Frawley, wife of Mr. Frawley, the manager of the Cowwarr butter factory, died on Wednesday night after a lingering illness. Sincere sympathy is felt around Cowwarr for the bereaved husband, and the five motherless children. She was but 35 years of age. Mr. and Mrs Frawley came to Cowwarr about six years ago from Warrnambool, and the latter's relatives all reside in the Western District. The interment will take place at the Heyfield cemetery at 2 p.m. to- day. A short service will be held at the Catholic church.

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THE DOMESTIC HANDY MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 12 May 1914

.;r OMiESTIC HANDY MAl A Northimpton man, on behing told that there were several pieces of tin ware whicu needed mending, conceived the idea o& getting the iron and soldei rnd doing the mending himself. HIs wife, filled with vague torebodings perhaps, said that the expenso was such a trifle that i: ocild hardly pay ,o do it one's s·li .. which he respon. ded: "I'll admit that, in this one instance, it would not psi, but there is some thing in want of repair every littla while, and if I have the tools here for doing it, we shall be saved just so ,nuch expense. It may not be much it Ihe course of a year, but every little helps, and in time the total amounts :o a nice little lump. We don't want the Rothschilds lugging off all thb .oney in the country." He got the iron, a shilling's worth of solder, and threepence worth of resin. He came home with these things1 and went into the kitchen, looking so proud and happy that his wife woul. have been glad he'd got them, were i! not for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 12 May 1914

$Wi ter- Wint6r I MI 88 RAY, The Ladies ])raper and 1illiner, :: Franklin Street, Traralgqn NEW WINTER GOODS BEING OPENED UP. -Ladies' and Ct ildren's Winter -Millinery and Clothing.--- -S'yli.h Jackets, Dresses, all - Beau iful Goods and Low Prices Pure Wool Hosiery. Be-Sure to SEE the 1iNEV GOODI. ARTIFICIAL MANURES, ORDER NOWI Don't Delay. Help your land, and'it will repay you fourfold. Wischer's Hlgh.grade MANURES, at lowest possible pri cos. R. FARRIN WEBB, Agent, Traralgon. QUEENSLAND. The Rev. L. T. COPELAND, bf Mundubberra, Queensland, who Is temporarily superannuated on accouunt of sickness, invite; cor respondence from anyone wanting to select land; purchase sheep, "cattle or horse stations, or fruit, lucerne, wheat, sugar or dairy farms in QueensIand. '" YOUR GIFT? ..,_ ?lr.,. You will certainly find ijnst the articl, you wart for that Gift you hbave been worryinl about. 6IT WIIL D cost YOU JUST D. To write for or EHaueeo GIFT CATALOGUE (it is fret), it cairsiu A trir ais...

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A. M'LEAN & CO., [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 12 May 1914

A. M'LEAN & CO., A. M'ILean and Co. (Sale branch) report:-Good enquiry for all classes of stock still continues. At our ordil nary weekly market in. the Sale Borough yards we sold the following stock :-Sheep-acct. J. Le Graxd 49 2-tooth wethers 15s, 32 do. 143 3d, 227 comeback owes (small), 4, 6 and 8.tooth, 13s 6d, 37 faulty mouth ewes 7s 6d, aceot. A. Napper 99 crossbred lambs 1Is lid, 195 8-tooth crossbred ewes xSs 6d, 244 6 and 8 tooth oome back ewes 17s 3d. Cattle-Acoct. Silas Clark, 7 fat cows and heifers £6 z5s to £8, F. Carmody's 5 store cows to £4, Nicholls Bros. 8 steers £3 10s to £4 13s, S. Smith's young bullocks £4 2s 6d, Mrs E. Dowd's small poddies x5s 6d, W. H. Evans' heifers £2 13s, Miss Barton's cows £4 Privately4 Acet. Ben Flint, 2200 crossbred weaners, hand shorn, well grown, in good condition, 15s; J. Kennedy's IIx4 woolly weaners, 13s 9d; 3. Le Grand's 900 woolly weaners 14s 6d; G. Waugh's 600 weaners, 13s; A. Kennedy's 200 crossbred wether wea ners, 12s ...

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Mathieson & Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 12 May 1914

Aathieson &i Davk. Mathieson and Davis report: Fat Cattle-Fair yardings at Strat. ford and Sale to full attendances of buyers, and "all sold at ruling high rates, prime cows and bullocks selling particular-ly well. We sold Mr Jno. Mills prime bullocks /13 5s, same owner's heifers Q7 8s, 3Mr W.. A. Wrigglesworth's nice quality bul. locks Lxu 5s and IJ x Es, Messrs Freitag's heifers £,6 I Is, Mr Little's heifers £6 7. 6d, Mr E. Lo Grand's bullocks at £8, cows £6 is, and vealers £3 14s, Mr A. Wallace's cows £5 l1s, Morgan's heifers .'5 7s. Store Cattle-Moderate yardings at Morwell, Stratford and Sale and good number changed hands, the market lacking animation for low conditioned sorts, We sold spriLging cows £5 los, spring heifers £5 5s, store cows in lines £3 3s to £4 2s 6d, cows and calves £5 2s 6d, line of nice quality yearlings 32s, steers in lots 50s 6d to £5 13s, cows' in calf £4.7s to £4 15s, 2-year old heifers £2 9s Cd, peddles 19s to 26s. Sheep -Fair yarding of good qu...

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COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 12 May 1914

C- OMMERCIAL. --o- GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Thoo. B. Little and Co. Theo. B. Little and C.. report: Fat Cattle-We yarded and sold over 200 head of fat bullocks and cows in the local market, including 134 at Hey field- Bidding all round has been keen and everything for trade selling well. A large number of fleshy sorts and fats were bought at Traralgon by metropolitan buyers. We sold con signments for tile following fatteners: -MIessrs A. H. Struss, Victor Lay, J. Rand H. J. Manson, J. Boland, P. J. Roach, D. MI. O'Brien, A. Warren, D. Woodhouse, E. Jennings, J. T. Wil son, R. Clyne, J. MI'Michael, Angus and Co, T. Cromb, F. Collins, W. Simpson, W. Davidson,, Mirs E. O'Brien, Mrs Miills, and others (Traral gon vendors not included-particulars not to hand). We quote prime cows to £9 15s, good do. to £6 7s 6d, med ium and inferior sorts from £4 15s, prime speyed heifers to £9 13s, light do. at £6 8s, lightweight bullocks to £9 4s. Store Cattle-Both our yarbs at Traralgon were filled wit...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 12 May 1914

FOOTBALL. The following is the draw for the North Gippsland Competition, to which Traralgon has been ad mitted: May 28. Traralgon v. Maffra. Bairnsdale v. Sale. June 11i " MaTffra v. Balrnsdale. * 'Sale v. Traralgon. :.:

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R. A. M. and R. C. M. Exam. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 12 May 1914

R.A.M. and R.C.M. Exam.- At the recent musical examination, held in country centres, some of the local and district pupils obtained the coveted certificates. The examinations- were conducted by Mr. A. H. Lindo and Mr. H. Hadley, under the auspices of the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music, London. The following were successful: Traral gon centre (local centre examina tions)-Advance grade: Pass: Ag nes English (Miss. A. M'Donald) pianoforte. School examinations: Miss. A. M'Donald, The Hill, Mat fra, L.D. Pass, Pianoforte: L. Knight. E.D.: Pass, pianoforte: N. Ellis. Sisters of St. Joseph, .t. Joseph's Convent. E.D.: Pass, Pianoforte, J. Herbert, D. Mastin P.D.: Pass: Pianoforte: M; Do herty,N. Culhane. * * * Pleasant Sunday Afternoon. A large crowd assembled at the Long Bridge to hear Mr. Bren -nan speak again on Sunday. He gave a most instructive and in teresting address, avoiding party politics as much as possible, but he incidentally touc...

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KING ISLAND. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 12 May 1914

KING ISLAND. --o- (To the Editor).. Sir.-" Cocky" has written a let ter on this subject, warning those seeking land that they'may be per suaded against their will minto buy ing land in King 'Island. Now it " Cocky" had any experience as how keen prospective buyers are, he would not waste his advice. I will now give-you a few partl clait.s of a ttripl I made over there about the beginning of February. Leaving the South wharf on the s.s. Wauchope, we steamed down the river and into the bay, about 5 o'block, and the boat began to pitch and toss so much so, that after tea the passengers soon got into their bunks. In the mormning, looking out of-the port holes, we discovered that we were near Portsea, -where we anchored. Leaving there at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, we got out Into Bass Straits, and reached Currie -King Island, about 8 o'clock the next morning. As usual, there wa- the bustle of friends meeting, and two or three friends whom I had made.on the way over, went on to arrange o...

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