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LOCATION OF THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 19 June 1914
LOCATION OF THE ORCHARD. While many who claim to spoak with the volco ol authority QBsert that an orchard should always bo upon land which Blopcs In a given direction, we have Been many a good orchard in which the slope was in other directions. A belt of wood or other windbreak may be sufficient protection for it even if it does blos som early. What is of more import ance is that it should be well drain ed. As an old orchardlst once told us, "trees will not stand it to havo wet foot all the time any better tlnn you and 1 would." Wo think ho said apple trees should not bo where the water was within four feet of the surface, while pear trees might be sot within three feet of the water level If the water was not stagnant, and quinces within one foot. Pears will, do well in a clay soil, while apples and peaches will not unless it iii thoroughly underdrained, and qysiv then peachc-. will not do as well us on light sandy or gravelly soil. In setting an orchard avoid spots that are known t...
THE STORY OF A COFFIN. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 19 June 1914
THE STORY OF \ COFFIN. Tlio Paris correspondents aro tell ing the story of what happened to a magnificent coffin which a widow named Mine. Lesserde had made to measure for her thirty years ago. It was in varnished oak, with sil ver handles and silver fittings, lined with lead, with a covering of bluo satin over the head. Pinned to the blue satin were crosses, images and chaplets. Of late years Mine. Lessordo had placed In the coflln the garments in which she was to be buried, and dally she would spend hours in smoothing them out or in re-arranging the chap lets and images. Then she died; at the age of eighty three. A municipal inspector was called in, :or the old lady had no rela tives to make ararngoinents for her funeral. The inspector examined the coflln carefully. It was of the regulation size, and boro the requisite seal of tho police commissary. All the same, there was something wrong. The coiiln, our caroful Inspector dis covered, nad been mado by an under taker who five year...
Striking, [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 19 June 1914
Striking, Popln Jay I So you've been viBlting our gcliooln, . eh? Splendid, aren't they? Magnificent dlBclpMno; superb buildings; beautiful furnishing! By j the way, I want to as'; you what watt i the first thing tlint struck you en oi\. I terlng tho primary dopurtment? I. Blobson (truthfully)) A p&lt;?« from I a peashooter. ?
A Woman's Way, [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 19 June 1914
A Woman's Way, A dentist was filling a lady pat ron's back teoth. When ho had fin ished with the first tooth ho handed the lady a hand mirror that Bha might seo t'no result for herself. Then he went on with, his tasfc, repeating this performance with the mirror after each tooth was filled. Finally when the job waB completed and she had handed the mirror back witl; thanks, he said: "Well, madam, how do they look?" "How do they look?" phe returned, "The tcotli 1 have just filled." "Oh, 1 forgot aljout tho teeth," sho exclaimed, rcachiug for the hand glass. "What diil you look at each timo I gavo you tho mirror?" "My hair."
CONSTITUTIONAL VIGOR. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
CONSTITUTIONAL VIGOR. Tlie first thing -lo look at la canstl tutional vigor. If the BOW has a weak constitution she is undesirable and cannot be depended on to brine strong end vigorous stock, no matter what good qualities the hoar to which she is bred may possess. The exter nal indications are a wide face, short neck, and good width between tho just back of the fore legs. Those things indicate large heart awl lungs which. If accompanied by a large stomach and broad loin, mark an animal that will 'be a good eater and a good as similator of the nutrient elements In the food consumed. These strong vital energies she will transmit to the pig®. The sows should have bone of good sl'/e as in dicated by the sl/.e ol tho leg, and be short between tho jplnts of the legs. If the legs are short and straight, the sow can stand up -well, but if long and crooked they are likely to be come weak and let her down. Weak ness of this kind is transmitted, and it is an undesirable condition to have a li...
II. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
II. Derrick Hardane, tanned and hard ened under sunlit skies, tolled up the long staircase of a block of L.C.C. dwellings near the Tate Gallery. For weeks he had been making unsuccess ful inquiries, and lie feared that his present (juest would prove equally fruitless. "This must be the flat," he reflected, as he knocked at the door of a flat. After a long interval the door was opened, and a decrepit old man appear ed. Derrick stared at him in astonish ment. The change in him in the seven years since the last meeting was as tounding. ' You are Mr. Cornish?" lie asked. "Yes. What is it?" replied the old man, querulously. "Don't you know mo?" asked Der rick. "I'm afraid I don't," mumbled Cor nish. "What do you want?" "I want to talk to you," replied Der rick, a wave of pity going through liini as he wondered what stroke of mis fortune had brought Ills former em ployer to this state of breakdown and poverty. "Can I come in, please?" The old man led the way to a small living-room. He sat...
AT THE PRICE OF HIS HAPPINESS. I. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
THE PRICE OF HAPPINESS. By llARIiY STONE. Derrick Hardline /lung open the . door, ami entered the room In his usunl boisterous manner. "Hallo, Gilbert!" lie cried. I won dered if you were still here. Coming along yet?" With ;i furtive and shifty look in his eyes, Gilbert Dexter rose to his feet, nil;! stood backing against Hie desk, in an attitude which suggested u wild animal at bay. I lis hand tumb led about anions tm> papers as he fev erishly tried to cover up something which lay there. "N-no," he stammered. "I'm busy I'm busy.' Hardane strode towards him with a look of astonishment and concern 011 his fiank countenance. "Why, what's up, old chap'.'" he asked, sobering suddenly. "You look as if you'd seen a ghost." As he came nearer, Dexter's eyes were riveted on him with a strained, unnatural fierceness. "I'm all rigln," he snapped out be tween his set teeth. "You don't look it, at any rate," re plied Ilardane. "I tell you I'm all right," retorted Dexter, stubbornly. Kor some...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
Special Announcement. .warragul. OWING to increased Railway Facilities we are now doing a Steadily increasing business in Your District and Neighborhood, and Cus tomers will find it, very much to their advan to send their orders to us WHY ? 8 .CAUSE our prices are much .. , Lower; Even less than Mel V 'bourne, when Freight added. BECAUSE of Greater Variety, Larger Stocks, j Direct Importations from Manufacturers, Seasonable. Novelties. Up-to-date Goods all the Year Round IF Yun , wiint Anything from n Needle to an Anchor, Send us a Trial Order. VVe Gniirantce You will be pienfed niul become a Regular Customer. Drapers. Grocers, Ironmongers, Wine & Spirit Merchants Central Emporium, Warragul. - Automatic Milker. The Last Word in Milk ing Machines. Revolutionises work in tbo cow yard. Can be curried in the pocket". Marvellous in its simplicity. Requires no expert Vnowled^o in order to work it. A Boy of Twelve wilh Four of these Machines can milk THIRTY COWS AN HOUR COST (which...
"THE ROAD TO WEALTH." LIFE STORY OF H. D. McINTOSH. ROMANTIC RISE OF YOUNG AUSTRALIAN. NEWSPAPER BOY TO THEATRICAL KING. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
"THE ROAD TO WEALTH." LIFE STORY OF H. D. MclNTOSH. ROMANTIC RISE OF YOUNG AUSTRALIAN. NEWSPAPER BOY TO THEATRICAL KING. No muu in Che whole Commonwealth has achieved such prominence within the hist few years us Hugh 13. Mclu losh. ilia rise lias been more than remarkable. It has been almost me teoric. A tew years afco he was slav ins hard in a pastrycook's shop in Syd ney. To-day his name is known not only throughout Australia but almost c(|ually as well in America and I0ni; huul, and right through the ICnglish speaking world, lie has jumped from a position "l comparative obscurity to he one of the biggest entertainment magnates of this or any other time, and he has the reputai ion of beSni; the biggest hustler among the business men of his native country, lie is at present 011 his second trip around the world searching for attractions to place before Australian audiences. ljorn in Sydney just 3S years ago, "Huge Deal" .Mcintosh, as one inter viewer called him, may almost be said t...
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
NARRACAN. From Our Own (Jor respond en I A meeting of Narracan sharehol ders of the Gippsland Bacon Factory was held in the Narracan Public Hall on the 19th inst., to discuss matters connected with the factory. Mr. Thos. White in introducing the object of-the meeting, spoke of the necessity of the farmers being alive to their own interest by being loyal to the company, and moved that Mr Forsyth tak^the chair. The affairs of the company were discussed at length, after which tho chairman was appointed delegate to represent the meeting at the annual general meeting of shareholders to be held at Dandenong on the 25th ^of this month. , A concert and dance was held on Friday night in the Narracan Public Hall in aid ot Mr Caterer and family, and was well patronised. The house was filled with a sympathetic aud ience, who were not slow to show their appreciation of the efforts ot those who had so kindly volunteered their services for the occasion. Every item, whether instrumental or vocal be...
The Times. FRIDAY, JUNE 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
FRIDAY, JUNE 26th. The Trafalgar Gun Club Cham pionship, under the Commonwealth Sparrow Championship conditions, took place on Wednesday last, and resulted in a win for T. A. Umphcl by with 19 out of 21 kills. H. Polan being the runner-up. The former shot well throughout the day, killing 33 out of 4I birds. The birds were a very fast lot. and the weather per^ feet for an enjoyable day's jrt. Umphelby secured the first 1 in for the club trophy (won tl;i ? c), and the fifth leg-in for the C'-..»pman trophy («von thrice). Sweeps were won or divided by Umphelby (3). Cumming (2), Polan. Rankin, and Knight. The leg-in lor the clay bird trophy (won twice)'was won by Knight. Owing to the bad state of the weather during July and August it is probublo that the club will not me?t again until September. On Saturday last, A. McLean and Co. offerel (ho whole of tho farms ofMrM. Hoijaii. No business was done under the hammer. One block, containing 112 ac.roH, about half swampland, lias since been ...
GLADNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
GLADNESS. Oil, take the little blcBSingB To-day now oll'ora you. 'Twill bring good choer to-morrow More plainly into viow. Forget the little troubles, Refuse to hug them tight, Ami when you've ceased your vlgllB, They'll vanish from your uig'Jit. Then soon you'll bo so busy In malting others glad, Vou'll lind 110 time is left you For thinking, "I am sad!" -Ellen A. Dow, in Santa .Monica (Cal.) Outlook. If brevity la the soul of wit-some of tho dresses now being worn ; arc ex tremely funny.-"Modern Sooi Bty."
YARRAGON. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
YARRAGON. A.N.A. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above branch was held on Mon day, June I5U1. There was a small attendance \ owing to the bad weather. The President, Mr O'Brien was in the chair. 1 Included in correspondence was , a letter from the Post-master Gener- 1 al, informing the branch that a trunk telephone line has been con structed . between Warragul and Moe. One member was reported on the sick list. The annual smoke night is fixed for July 10th, Tickets for admis sion being fixed at 5s. .State and Federal members will be present, also the chief officer of the Associa tion.
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER X V.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD . By h. T. MEADE, Author of '-Tho Sou] ot Mnrgnrct Ram]," etc. LookSaml rv. nrIraug,olnont with Ward, L.OCK and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER X V.-Continued. the I'ouse^'Jrticre"'!. s'ster w'°»t into ' Mtort B./.ilrrnn/M/X0'1 ttnd &lt;Ie" s"» a lno.sl lioarl v ii /.i Wo. their Mrs. O'Dovl,. sh'!,, ,"!i como- ' aftoi- ]S i:Ul' OIl! Ull'V. ami father to see' aM,,?""""1, wilh lllfi tlip hunters, ' examine to-niorro\v>l|non1|!1", ?lr' come back I will it' nlien I &lt;]0 foHi, Hordes wuh1 a T»p>° »t lio'ro,0 s/mmlis "I-,?'' tl,a" b">' them ' horses in thc world m-p0..,,?1T'1 !lny are there, AJick'" wo rear' dorswMiKsH|n'istoJ.i'e !!??". ! lino the so, T,, il110"' Shamus, ho had been »t tm ' "Z rcp]y- hut soon a relHri, fSI!Hs n,,d M The Squire of O'Dovlo n-, r SidC;l^ To 'U Ills Stoci-ilur'i S'X fCCt f0ur m^ltl!vhlsnm! 'IQrb,° i'"")'Soi,sf BsC S&ss a"« "eep-set. whV>re"ilirctl "1C lla"- "J ton 'y" ?what...
"KISS THE BRIDE." DISAPPOINTED GUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
"KISS THE BEIDE.' DISAPPOINTED GUESTS. When Robert Spencer, ot Pennsyl vania and Mabel Dockard of Kansas, both members of a theatrical com pany, were married by Judge Miller, of Oklahoma, California, tho bride groom invited everyone present to kiss the bride. There was a rush for .kisses, but tho judge ordered them to .keep their seats while ho wont into tho question. Two law books were conuulted in a search for a precodent for' such a proceoding, and the judge finally an nounced that tho age limit bar.red tho bridegroom from issuing any such in vitation. . a
SHIRE OF NARRACAN Monday, June 22nd. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
SHIRE OF NARRACAN Monday, June 22nd. CORRKH'OKDKNCI. T. McDonald, Trafalgar, applying for permission to lay pipes across road fronting his property, into main drain.-Granted, subject to Engineer's approval. D. Johns, Tarragon, applying for a slaughtering license. - Granted, subject to inspection. W. Atkin, Yarragon, asking per mission to put in pipe culvert and make entrance to his paddock, off I Ellingsworth's contract.-Granted. A. Fortune, Hill End, applying for permission to partially stove and fell trees on roadway adjoining his property.-Permission given to fall trees first; stumps may then be stoved. Chas. White, Morwell, asking for rood to bo made near shire boun dary (near Anderson's).-Engineer to inspect anil get work done ; not to exceed £5. W. Turnbull, Willow Grove, ask ing for a 9in. pipe culvert on Blue Rook road.-To be attended to. Eliza Horsnell, Coalville, com plaining of the bad state of culvert in front of her property.-Engineer to iospect. Chas. Rowell, Trafalgar...
CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
CHAPTER XVI. r,'' "';ls °" tl'o aftonoon of tlio dav Elat\61inmus O'Doylo started for Ire ton. Karl Kruger took boat from ti?U r."n! Qn to 1,13 native land also 1'itnr tilGr Beiiairs came homo rather it'if ^mn usual anil requested his Sheila win, ticZlyyB^ to speak**' to° C f) ?"!'' *?r Beiiairs had made up his rm,ft /. l^cly to bo disturbed again seoi \Mr . Pass0tl whon h0 couI&lt;i K#rboudalr-sat &lt;lown' , ! Ma^rct0.'1 *"V m"BS &lt;° «V &lt;° you. ! j ,ate,yr- y0U heard Ir0!" yoif\on 1 .... ^ ?.s'.' ''ad a letter, but you snli) T ' 1 I 'dirt HotmtollIOn hlS ntlmc t0 yo"' 80 i ""I toll you anything about ' iti his nevTmJi0 b° gettinS on well i ' "ls, nett employment, altbouch th» Poor boy does not care for^om^ ; to ke6p ..P'!Ly0U "m 0 your ,ife' Peter?" don't imagin'o I "dirt at ^s't~lt "yns ' thoZi%"dfuf- t1 "T1 t0 Slt up h«n "ip nifcht ttith towels wrung out nf b?' k^tc0rt » Tn"y uinckcst of black coffee to keen m* ' &lt;n\ake. You can ne...
RICE TO HATCH EGGS. A PECULIAR CHINESE SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
RICE TO HATCH EGGS. A PECULIAR CHINESE SYSTEM. Chinese poultry farmers in the dis tricts near Amoy, have a singular sys tem of hutching hens' aud ducks' eggs. It is explained in an American consu lar report that the breeder roasts a iiuantity of nuhusked rice uud when u is lukewarm spreads a Uiu. layer in a wooden tub, and places about 100 eggs thereon; another layer of rice is spread over the eggs. Each tub Ins six layers of rice ami live layers of eggs; so that there are 500 eggs iu each tub. The rice is heated ouce every li-1 hours, the eggs being taken out at such times. Wlieu the eggs are put ill the rice again the bottom layer is placed on the top. Tho chicks ami ducklings are produced iu from -0 to o0 days.
A MIDSHIPMAN'S ADVENTURE IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
A MIDSHIPMAN'S ADVENTURE IN JAPAN. A correspondent of "To-Day" tells the following amusing story of a Brit ish midshipman's adventure In Japan: Last New Year's Day a midshipman from one of the big cruisers was "taking in" the city of Toklo In a rickshaw. There was a keen breeze blowing, hut it was prevented from howling merrily through the middy's whiskers hy-reason of the fact that he hadn't any. But if Ills faco were de void of hirsute adornment, he, by way of compensation, held between his lips a number one Manila cheroot of imposing proportions, which he puff ed with ostentatious vigor. Now, these simple facts were noted by an equally simple but sternly conscientious Jap anese policeman, who prided himself upon his entire and precise know ledge of the laws of the land of the "rising sun." When the Oriental bobby saw that juvenile naval offi cer's glowing but beardless counten ance from afar he thought of the Jap anese equivalent for the British "Ha! ha!" and ordered the coolie t...
PROTEST BY THE VICAR. HATLESS BRIDESMAIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914
PROTEST BY THE VICAR. HATLESS BRIDESMAIDS. Tliu Iter. H. N. Kales, Vicar of Wal theiu-cross IKng.), has entered u pro test against what ho describes as the growing custom of bridesmaids and other women in bridal parties attend ing the marriage service with uncov ered heads, lie says that it is com mon lor bridesmaids to appear at the service either without hats, or with something which by no stretch ol imagination can bo called a covering for the head. In future, the clergy of his parish will decline to solemn ise marriages whore the scriptural rule is not observed.