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TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
rJ, I: TEiEPHON~ - &l. i8tin. ~aioi add. 3 mrin Morwell ... 2d ... 2d. dleabgaLryi.... j2d:*4 ? 2..:2 Tobugattlii d. 2d .. 12d .I o e , g , . 3 - d : . ' . . ? d ; Cowwarr ... '3d :'.. i:3d"' Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's Creek .3d '.3'8?3 'I'rafalgar .. r . a Yarrag5n . 6d 5 Sale .. . ..... Walhalla ... .. "6:,d.,d Maffra , Sd. ' ' Nowry ., ... 6d ITiiamba - .. d ... 6d Yarram . /4 ...
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
THE TELEPHONE.:: TRARALGON EXOHIANGE. r D Hagiiiuerin '-.... .. ' 2 Dr.McLddit. 3 Mr. Challmr? 4 T.~B. Little & Co. 5C lfitefiself& ?al de?.:"::" 6 G.?H.,M arsh ... ....... :., 7 Layton Bros,. .: 8 L. Lay 9 W ,? A. Clark,.' -"?' :": to TsHE JOURNAL (W. Chappell), *1 z Whaiuakrer Brou; r3 Shire Hall --: -.:. i4 J, D, Campbell zy-frtS. m~illf ~ igad·' ~; I 26':Rbr'ff~itnib '?i:' : ' .7 Nurse Miller 18 Gippsland Trading Coy;' " 19 F. Lerrubb,,jnr. .L... "., o20 MathiesonandrDavis. :* 21 P. Dunbar; . 22 Co-operatiyesStor .,. . 23& T.,CL,,Cobbqddr.-j_ t: 24.; T, tH., RoW *;*·- - -r t: ; 25 Serjeantand Bruce 26 A. M'Lean and Co, 27-G. H. Monds a8 Grand Junction Hotel 29 Railway Stat~oi-i:.?r l ?,i 30 SavingsBnin,. - ', 31 Butter Fatry. -;. 32 Pebice 'faio'n" .. 33 National Baik'l 34 Pentlandand Canfild,.... 35 C. E. Clarke,. S" Clerk of Courts . ?;,.: .. ' 37 " The Record" (J.W. Guest). ~jA. .J. Ptroodes,~1. .:t~··) ~ L- ~ ,-9. F. peiper- : i . " ,4cF. Lrubb, , .: ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
Ot they go Bargains AG*. GCHISTENSE'S Bargains for all In Every Department. Special Line of Navy Cheviot Serge, at 3s 91 a yard. In 3 colors-Navy, Cream and Black Also the Very Latest Shades of :: Dress Materials:: We have 3 Special - Lines in Every : : : Department to Show you for one WEEK, Only Commencing: WEDNESDAY Come Right along at Once and Secure One of these BARGAINS BLANKETS. BLANKETS. * Exceptionally Good Value in all Sizes. | I-', Arrived at Last. Eiderlown Quilts, Kapok filled, in Four Shades, Red, Green, Brown and Blue. All at the very low price of 25s each. COME & INSPECT THIS SPLENDID LINE. _CHILDREN'S SWEATERS, in Every Color, at Very Low Prices. Uader cloing Very Lowr Prices Auctioneers. A. IcLEAN & CO.,, 1v Stock, Station, Land and fi Financial Agents. S TRARALGON. MAFFRA. MORWELL. MELBOURNE Sales -conducted under the per sonal supervision of Mr. W. J. M'Lean. MORWELIL TUESDAY, MAY 19. A. M'LEAN lnd CO. will sell at their yards as above: 400 Grand C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
Franklin Street, TRARALGON. I appreciate the very Liberal Patronage, and remmnd.-the 'pub lic that I can suppl" GENTI'E. MEN'S SUITS, etc., in all the LATEST PATTERNS ard the LATEST STYLES. ... :-.' DRESSY SJITS .OE THE BEST, MATRIA?I~ • ~ ~~ . . · '? .--- W. TIURNER, HAIRDRESSER and Tobacconist, FRANKLIN ST., .TRARAL'GON (Opposite Grand Junction hIotel) 1 en's'~il lah Laitie CombingsaM.de iup. ?-Tacco ('igarettes. Comnfortable Sa loon.. tu nc I t •I ii I W 11nNNN & W0S 5 NurHserymen,, ITOO4D, iIOTOiRIfA ILargest and Best.S ock of CatabguEsIS~ Free PYans n h Commonwealth, spcon Invittd -. ).e n.. ? s * . echn 2 , ido.,~ t i - N u rs er~e- n,. ·· . 4.?·-e I • 6 ·i " I " = .: ..· CARS FOR HIRE, Day ior Niht. .. A- - .Repairs to all makes of carS and AL • Cycles. Modern t61d'lb'T-d 1eictert Mechanics. .Complete.- ov.erha.uls - --- "~. ""and Repairing a speciality. i "1l/l fffVi(VDsl " Motor"'?. yC[e?.=,tuilt ti?,,order, 2? . *-.,? ?.lV.LJ tl-l?J.LU , *" fe".6?h~ip :.Pi'ci~ion; ...
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
FOOTBALJ --0- On Thursday last, *a team of T'rraralgbn players went to Sale, but. owing to the inclement wea thier, the full number did -not put in an appearance, only 12 men making the journey. Sale won. Some of the Traralgon players showed good form, especially A. Nicholson, King, Ryan, Milagan and Foley. . A supporter of the local club has kindly donated a gold medal for the most improved player during the season, and it is on view in Crowe Bros.' window. Apractice match will be pla yed on the local ground on Thurs day next. All players, and interid mng players are requested to put in an appearance. A meeting of ahl the players will be held during the afternoon, when the captain and vice-captain will be elected, and also a playing member on the selection committee.
TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
TOONGABBIE. A meeting of the Toongabble Progress Association was held on Wednesday evening, 13th inst., when there ivere 12 members pre sent. An effort is being made to have trucking yards provided at the local railway station, as it is considered by the dlstrict stock owners that yards are very neces sary. At present they are put to much inconvemenerce and expense in having to truck and receive their . stock at other railway stations. The association has takea the mat ter up, and has written to Mr. Barnes, M.L.A., asking him to sup port them in their efforts. The Railway Commissioners are also to be asked by the association to re-consider their intention of removing the. railway goods shed. Reference was made- at the association meeting to the .Strin ger memorial fund. As such a poor response has been made to the ap peal to the public for funds it was decidea that if no further dona tions come to hand shortly, the association should consider -the advisability of dropping the idea o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
THE DISTINCTIYE HOUSE. W. mtky th?o real Americann We Make Everything in Some SPECIAL LINES at SPECIAL PRICES. Suit. Oi Ladies Cos. Our ()wn Workro,..ii. tuIne.C p e: e all. 'T-ade with Hand Work ai Spcciality. a * i If stro,s u a Icl In The Latest In Men's OVERCOATS. • ihli ri ~nd 1 niv Y u Mon y Jutt i? ?low i Wi i aw Y u alln Just to Hand, all the Newest The Latest in Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, Etc. (arno ta .A 1Y ON w in Suitings, Etc. Just Opened--Something Choice in Footwear. T? d S ,y. , Y Odo SUITS from £3 3s. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. CARTER & HUNT, i-y.lass Tailors utitters, Traragon. CARTER & HUNT, High-Class Tailors & Outfitters, Traralgon. Mr. W. A. Lacey, the well known buyer for the Gippsland Co operative Bacon Curing Coy. will be in Traral gon on the 20th inst. for the purpose of securing pigs for the factory at Dan denong. It will be seen that the com oany is paying good pricee. SBuy those Spectacles now, and enjoy life while it lasts. No satisfac...
The Town Gardens Question. COUNCILLOR WHITTAKERS EXPLAINS. NO ACTION AT PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
The Town Gardens Question. COUNCILLOR WHITTAKERS SEXPLAINS. NO ACTION. AT PRESENT. A deputation representing the Traralgon School Committee, wai ted on the Traralgon shire council on Wednesday, to ask that the re serve at the east end of Frank lin street be formally opened 'and named on Empire Day. In introducing the deputation, Councillor Pettit said that Empire Day would be an opportune time to open the ground, and set it apart for public gardens. He was sorry there had been a riisunder standing wvith Councillor Whittak ers regarding his action in the matter. Some time ago he men tioned the matter of opening the ground on Empire Day to the head teacher of the school, wh'o said the suggestion was a good one. He (Councillor Pettit) then spoke to the president (Councillor Whitta kers) about it, who saw eye to eye with him in the matter. He tlen laid the proposal before the school committee, who agreed with the proposal, and also to ask the shire council to convene a publicl meet ing ...
An Historical Sketch. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
An Historical Sketch. Sir,-Kindly allow me to add a few words to your historical sketch of Traralgon hotels. The first'ho I el in Traralgon is well known. The second - is almost forgotten, and very few in Traralgon have ever heard its name. At one time,how ever, it came into a good deal of prominence, through some sidel s sue, to which I will briefly refer. In August, 1871, the late Mr. Luke was elected a member of the Rosedale council.. At that period ahl hotel license fees went into the municipal funds. Two or three months after his election one of the other members questioned Cr. Luke's eligibility to sit as a coun cillor, on the ground that he was the proprietor of the Oddfellows Arms, Traralgon. After some ar gument, the matter was-referred to the shire solihcitor for advice. His opinion was that Councillor Luke was kntitled to sit. This bet tied the question under discussion, but it also estabhshed the fact for us that at- the period mentioned there was an hotel of that name i...
(To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
(To the Editor). Slr,-Permit me to add to your report of the discussion at the council meeting re the school ciom mittee's suggestion as to the opening of the recreation ground on Empire Day an expression of our deep regret that any friction should have arisen over it. We made the proposition in good faith, and soley in the interests and for the benefit of the children, whom we have been elected to represent. However, we feel as a committee, that the matter has been delayed, and that no ill-feeling.should be harbored over it. Personally, as a councillor, I said as little as possible at the council talble beyond introducing the deputation, and retained much that I might have said in defence. But I did feel it necessary to con tradict the president that I caught him " on the hop," as he put it. It was entirely by chance that I met him in the street, and I frankly and straightforwardly told him what was in my mind as to the re creation reserve. Councillor Whit takers cheerfully and at ...
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
ROSEDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. YESTERDAY. The following tenders were ac cepted at the meeting of the Rose dale shire council yesterday: 24-14 :500 yards ot gravel at Cowwarr. H .M'Carthy, £88. 24-18: Concrete culvert at Kelly Bros., Nambrok. iH. R. Ander son, £62. 36-14: 2i chains clcalrng and forming at Nlppe's, Toongabblce. R. Wilhlamson, £22 10s. 37-14: Forming and gravellhng at Toongabbie. Murren and Bate son, £29. 38-14: Works between Camp bell's andi M'Donald's. W. Br. Drysdale, £44. 40-14 :Works at Scarne. W. R. Drysdale, £24. 42-14: Spreading 400 yards of gravel, Heyfield-Sale road. Syd. Smith, £23. S5-C.R.B.: Forming and gra velhng Port Albert road. F. Car mody, £798. 3-C.R.B.: 1000 yards of gravel Sale-Rosedale road. Jas. Cart lege, £190 12s.
"THE COMING CRISIS." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
"THE COMING CRISIS." , -- A masterly and prophetic ad dress on " Present Social Condi tions, and the Coming Crisis," was given on Sunday evening min the Traralgon Presbycterian Church by the Rev. Jas. Smith. The bl)asis ot the discussion was Nebucha nezzar's dream and Danicl's Inter pretation thereof, as told in Dan iet II, 31:6: 'The inage of the vision, with head of gold, lrcast ot silver, body of brass, legs of iron, and feet of Iron and clay, was typical of the successive glor ies of the Kingdoms of Babylon, Medes and Pecrsians, Greece ana Rome, and the ruling powers of to-day. All these items of the di vine forecast had been reahlsed to the letter, and now was coming the Crisis, so unmnstakably forc tola by Christ in Luke xxI, 25-8. The characteristics of this " last stage" were distress of nations," Inen fainting from fear, expectation of things coming, etc. All these srgns, me preacner declared, were being realised now in the struggle between Imperialism and Democ racy. There...
Traralgon Weekly Market. Saturday, May 16. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
Traralgon Weekly Market. Saturday, May 16. W. Christensen and Co. report Oats. Algerian seed 2/6 to 2/8, feed 2/ 2; Wheat prime seed 4/3, fowl feed 3/ 9d; Barley, Cape 2/6;'maize 4/3 to 4/ Gd; peas H. T. Dun 5/ m.t 4/6; chaff choice to £3 10/ good £3/5-, bran 1/3 pollard 1/3, Japaneso millet 3d to 4d, onions 8/-,'grass seed, coclksfoot, 12s to 13s, rye, local 5s Od. Butter, prime dairy, 1 Id to 1/0; cheese,Imatured, 8 3 eggs, guaranteed, 1/7, preserved 1/2 pigs' cheeks, Sd bacon, 8d; Germans 7d. Poultry.-Fair demand for good birds. Roosters to 3/6, hens 1/9 to 3/ pullets 2/- to 3/, turkey gobblers,10/-, hens 8/-, ducks 2/- to 2/6, geese 4/- to 5/-. Fruit.-Apples choice to 5/-, Reinetts 4/ to 5/- cooking 3/6; pears to 3/6, quinces 2/ Vegetables.-Cabbages 3/- to 6/-, pumpkins 6/- to 9/, marrows 2/- to 6/.-, hubbards 6/- to 9/-, beet 2/- dos bunches, melons 6/- to 9/-, turnips (Swedes) 6/-, rhubarb 2/- doz. bunches, carrots 1/6 to 2/-, parsnips 2/- doz. bunches, c.w. beans 3d, cabbage ...
KILMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
KILMANY. The Royal Commission on Clo ser Settlement took evidence at Sale on Friday last, on the state of the Kilmany Settlement, and also visited the settlement later. Boiled down, the witnesses const dered the land was valued too high, and that thte government paid too much for it. The members of the Commission said that Mr. Wm. Davis was the best witness they had had, and complimented him upon his evi dence. This witness said he considered his land was over valued. The' holdings were too small for a man with a family growing up. Had put too much money in improve ments. Would not attempt to get out at £14 per acre. Conrs dered he was as well there as anywhere else. Lost £100 worth stock in 12 months with cripples. The natural grasses were not good enough for dairying. Grew rye grass and clover, and had £9 worth of lucerne seed in his shed ready to put in. Had spent £300 in hard cash on stock. When hM took the land it was a hard, open plain, with no fencing or other im provements. ...
THE LATE MISS. G. DOVE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
THE LATE MISS. G. DOVE The death on the 13th inst. of Miss. G. Dove, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dove, of Tyers, is particularly sad and painful, seeing that she was not quite 17 years &nbsp; old. That she was studious and industrious is shown by the fact that she secured the appointment of book-keeper and cashier for Mr. Mac. Christensen, and fulfilled the duties conscientiously and &nbsp; well for a term of nearly 12 months. She was a member of the Traralgon Rechabite Tent, &nbsp; auditor. In fact Miss. Dove was destined to a career of usefulness. During the last few days of her illness she told her parents that she &nbsp; would not recover, and soon passed away, believing in a bright &nbsp; hereafter. On the day of the funeral, the Rev. W. J. T. Pay conducted a short service in the house. A number of the members of the Rechabite Tent joined the mournful procession to the cemetery. The Rev. Pay also read the &nbsp; beautiful R...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
DEATH. DOVE.-On the 13th May, at Loch Park, Traralgon, Georgina Mary, the dearly beloved &nbsp; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dove, of Tyers, age, 16 years 9 months. THANKS. MR. and MRS J. J. DOVE and family desire to sincerely Thank their friends for the letters, tele- grams, cards and floral tributes in their sad bereavement; also Dr. M'Lean, Rev. W. J. T, Pay, Mrs. Thompson, Miss. Milligan, Miss. Rintoul and Mrs. E. Sanders.
TYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 19 May 1914
TYERS. (From our own Correspondent) A concert and dance, in aid of the funds of the Mechanics' Hall, was held here on Tuesday and was most successful, the hall being filled. It was one of the finest concerts ever held at Tyers. The performers came from Traralgon, with the exception of Messrs J. Christensen and Gilmour and Mr and Mrs Jolly, whose splendid singing is always welcome at Tyers Mr. H. F. Christensen made an admirable chairman, and his duties were light, as the Tyers audiences are very orderly. The following is the programme :- Overture. Misses Gilmour and Christensen ; song, Eyes of Blue, Mr. Stephens ; song, My ain Folk, Miss Taylor*; duet, In the Springtime, . Misses Blunden and Bayley.; song, Idle Words, Miss A. Heywood; song, Ho, hear thewild winds blow, Mr. Jolly ; song, A Perfect Day, Miss Blunden (encore) ; pianoforte duet, Misses Chnristensen and Gilmour ; song, Goodbye (Tosti), Mrs Jolly ; song, Little Irish Girl, MIr. Step hens; song, The Link Divine, Miss Heywo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 22 May 1914
DONE SO QUIETLY. It comes like a ray of sunshnme, Makes the old folks happy. Makes the young folks joyful. Takes the load off the back. It's all 'done so quietly. No fuss about it. What is it ? Why, Doan's Backache Kid ney Pills. The little kidney wonder-wor kers. What will they do ? Reaa what this man says: M. John Sin.clair, draper, Ray mond street, Sale, says: "For a long time I was troubled with an unpleasant nagging pain i the smahi of my back, just above the kidneys. This would sometimes catch me up pretty sharply. One day, when the pain was very se vere, I read about Doan's Back ache Kidney Pills being a cure for backache, so I went and bought some. I am pleased to tell you that they suited my case; the result of takmg them beiig that I lost my old pain, and my kidneys were again restored to a healthy state. I have pleasure m recom mending Doan's Backache Kid ney pills as a splendid remedy for kidney trouble." Mr. Sinclair says, fifteen years later, "I am still absolutely fre...
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 22 May 1914
WEDDING. A quiet wedding was celebrated at Traralgon on Wyednesday after noon last, when Mr. Samuel Moore, Blackwarry, was married to Miss Annie Sarah Chilver, daughter of Mrs . Chilver, of Traralgon. The ceremony ,took place at the paren tal residence, the bride being given away by her brother, Mr. J. H. Chilver, of Blackwarry. Miss M. Moore was bridesmaid, ana Mr. T. S. Campbell, of Carrajung, best man. The Rev. WV. J. T. Pay conducted the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Moore left by the evening train for Melbourne, en route for the Goulburn Valley, where they spend the honeymoon.
LIVE HEDGES. DISCUSSED BY THE ROSEDALE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 22 May 1914
LIVE HEDGES. -o DISCUSSED BY THE ROSE S DALE COUNCIL. The fate of the hve hedges in the Rosedale shire.was decided at the meeting of the council on Monday last. Cr. Kenevan movel, that the : motion passed by this councilori September 22, in regard to the cutting of hedges, be rescinded. He contended that the width of the boxthorn and accacia hedges .in the shire, particularly in the Denison riding, should be redu ced considerably. They were a public nuisance, and reducea the width of the road. Cr. Henderson seconded tthe motion. Councillors Widdis and Davis opposed the . motion on the ground that the hedges were pro tection for the stock. Councillor Kenevan replied that the rabbits would soon be coming. Then the rabbit inspector would insist on the hedges being des troyed, as they would be a har bor for the pests. Councillor Davis: Yes. Councillor Widdis :The hedges you planted years ago have not been touched since. Councillor Kenevan ,: I have nothinmg to do with it. Councillor Wid...