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I DOLATRY. PASTOR RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

Jt/OLATRV. J'ASTOR RUSSELL. T. xi- II. Cor., i , :i. "The Father'of MoT* r:c. and the '.Jud of all comfort."' In iiif opening ii'in.iiks, tin; l\i!»tor :-*aU\l that wlieu in tinli,), China and .I.jpun )w was tmptcv-e«I uitli tho intelligence «»fi many amongst tbrsc peoples. He vi*itej the; r ulol temples {,? notice the degree of levercnco oxhilntul and the status of tho u<ivvmy,\>v\x Muuv suweve. ;\Uso hitcly unmindful of .iMr111x11^ vscept their "«'ii * worship. IIi> made inquiry as to what impoitaitee wan attached to the idol. W .i.» i! ugarded as tin- g"d, or merely, h* the re Km of (heir god ? lie wan assured that the idol was known to he of metal, or i tone, or v\o()d. and u~ed merely a* a umindci of the.i god. in inneh the same «ay lliat ( ;»r 11.»'ma«e tin- ciu-ilis not as vvi i >li11>)*!h- ; lie .ma.:.- ot the picture. hut haviM:.' it }»:;«..». toe inrin! to a>M.-«l in lixi:i>i ivveieiui: and the spirit ot woi «hip . i: « I:m n :n"?.s \vo;:sii I ...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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HIGH ESTATE OF THE CHRYSANTHEMUM IN JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

HIGH ESTATE OF THE . CHRYSANTHEMUM IN JAPAN. The chrysanthemum has been culti vated in China for more than 2000 years, nnd there Is evidence or its be ing cherished in Egypt 1000 years be fore its mention in China. Whether It came from Egypt to- China or vice versa, It is impossible now to deter mine, but the Chinese are prone to re gard it as a product of the Far East. Confucius, the celebrated sago of China, makes mention of the chry santhemum 500 B.C., under the name of lilti. I'roni China it came to Japan, writes Dr. J. Ingram iiryan, where it readied Its highest form of develop ment, and is still reverenced as the Imperial emblem; and one of the highest orders in the imperial I gift Is the order of the chry- | Bnnthemum. On the imperial sword : the (lower is engraved, and it figures prominently on warships, and every thing belonging to the Crown. The feast of the chrysanthemum is cele 'brated in Japan in November each ! year, when the blossoms are at their ' best; and the Emper...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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TRAVELLING BY AIRSHIP. "A LOVELY SENSATION." [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

TRAVELLING BY' AIRSHIP. "A LOVELY SENSATION." All Australian girl now on a visit to Germany sends an interesting let ter telling of the wonderful progress of aerial navigation: "1 must tell you of my latest ad venture. My brother-in-law chartered the Zeppelin airship, "Victoria Lou ise," and invited fourteen of us for a three hours' tlight. So we all went to Hamburg and stayed the niglu there, and early next morning started off to the hall where this gigantic ma chine is stationed. We climbed into her by means of a ladder; then she was guided out of the hall by about a hundred soldiers, all tugging on to her to keep her from rising. When she was clear of the hall they let her go, ami off we went at the rate of SO miles per hour from Hamburg lo Kiel, to see the opening of the regatta. It was a lovely sensatiou, and an ideal way of travelling-110 jolting or rat tling as in an express train, and not that constant sensation oi' spued and the alter result of drumming iu the ears as in a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

This Hotise from £135. If so, Then Don't come to a FINAL Decision About Your New Cottage before Consulting Me. 0. F. Trafalgar Timber Yards B.S.A. Bicycles From £10. Upwards. All Duplicate Parts Kept in Stock. Local Ajjent for thi_- Scottish Union and Nat ional Fire and Accident Insurance Company. Carting of all Descriptions At Moderate :l! Rates Satisfaction Promptness And Despatch Assured J. LESLIE - ..General Carrier, Etc Pi Has purchased the OrryinL' and General Liv-.-ry. Business lately conducted by MrJAS. KENNY. A TRIAL SOLICITED "There's Nothing like Leather" -Eicept the Fine Leather and Skilful Workmanship used w the Saddles, Harness. and .thcr requisites supplied by The Trafalgar Saddlery w s LANGDON (Late of Melbourne). HAS established An Effective System of Receiving and Trans mitting Orders by POST and RAIL. Customers - DO.V'T HESITATE. Satisfaction As sured. THE Shop has been specially fitted up to to cater for all Local and District Require ments at Guaranteed Mel bour...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

COMING TO STAY. COMMENCING 1st, JULY 1914. J. C. Talbot, BAKER and Pastrycook Trafalgar & Moe. 6d. Large Loaf 6cl. Catering for Balls, Picnics, Socials, Etc. a Speciality Letters, Telegrams and Phone Tiomptly attended to. A. F. WITHAM FARM SALESMAN, Estate, Insurance & Financial Agent. DANDENONG Rehts Collected. Auction Sales Arranged. Valuations Made Sweet Bread Wholesome Bread Well-Baked Bread All Those Excellent Qnalitiea are contained in tbo bi ead baked - by F. J. Errington Seven-Mile Road, TRAFALGAR WATERLOO HOTEL. YARRAGON. Beat Accommodation for Travellers, Excellent Cuisine, Superior Ales, Wines and Spirits, Billiards. Stabling, J- CLUES, Proprietor. J O. HEYWOOD Land Salesman and General Commission Agent. TR AFALGAR. tS" AGENCIES B. Hornsby & Son, Solo Agent for Cele brated Oil Engines in the Trafalgar and surrounding districts, Grown Separators "Wischcrs Manures Alston Windmills Royal Fire & Accident and Livo Steck Monoy to Lend at Lowost B...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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Trafalgar Fat Pig Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

Trafalgar Fat Pig Sale. J. K. Jennings ami Mclnnes report (Juno 16ih)-Lot of bacon pigs yarded and prices considered very satisfactory by vendors, and ovory pig sold. Three trucks loaded sold-G. Tatterson, 2 at 50s, W. Greathead 8 to 61s, J. Barrett 8 to 67s 6d, C. Tucker 1 at 45s, H. Robins 8 at 70s 6d, Burrago Bros. 1 at 91s, J. Gray 2 at 55s, J. Taylor 2 at 74s, Mrs Sollars 4 at 69s 6d. Erbs Bros. 5 at 68s 6d, W, Mills 4 at 78s, F. Hilt 5 at 68s 6d, A. Mooro 4 at 71s. P. Byrno 14 at 60s, M. McGregor 2 at 69s, S. Giblott 4 at 50s 6d. W. Giblett 3 at 80s (top prico of market), M. Enwright 4 at 51s, Atkin Bros. 5 at 50s 6d, G. Tarrant 3 at 51s 6d, J. Curran « at 71s, A. Stocks 4 porkers at 88s, C. Hollier 11, F. Funnell 9, T, Don ovan 8. Total sold 108. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALES, J, K. Jennings k M'Inncs report (Sat urday, 20th Juno)-Light yarding of cat tle and prices firm for all classes, and a good attendance of buyors. Milkers, springers to L9 15s, hoifors to L5 12s 6d, backward cow...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

SEASONABLE WINTER GOODS - AT Levey's Commercial Stores -CONSISTING OF Men's Tweed Overcoats, Evan's Guaranteed Waterproof Oilcoats, Tower's Oilers, Rainproof Coats, Warm Underclothing in Flannel and Natural Wool, Ready-made Tweed Suits, Ax. THOMSON'S AND WAINWRIGHT'S BOOTS SPECIAL LINES FOR THE LADIES .Toadies' Crnvenet,to and Rainproof Coats in Groat Variety, Ladies Tweed Coats, O.imnnutte (nou-inflammable flannelette) Osman Sheettagp, &c" &c. Lighthouse Serge, also a Great Assortment of Winter DreBS Stuffs, with trim mings and Buttons to Match MILLINERY OKDERS executed in the Latost City Style and at much less than City Prices. Up-to-date Dressmaking done on the Premises. Blanket time is here! At last Winter has sounded its shrill whistle. The frost-laden winds are piping in the gum trees. Summer Clothing must be laid aside. You will need warmth, comfort and health during the long and tedious winter months that are on our threshold. Probably you will need BlanRets....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

A CARD, A CARD E, R. WARREN, Commissioner of tho Supreme Court for taking affidavits. Hommenccd thn practico of his fossion at Trafalgar, visiting TARRAGON on FRIDAY MOE on TUESDAY unci Thorpclalo when required. INCOME TAX SCHEDULES MADE UP Melboutno Agents . r-AVAN. DUFFY & KING (A CARD(. Mr Hubert Kelly, M.A., L.L.13. Barrister (t)i'l Solieitur, Proctor (0 Conveyancer H.ia commenced tho practico of his Profession in MOK anil visits ^ tho Surrounding Courts when required. N.B,-Incomo The Returns compiled. Loans Negotiated and other Agonc Work Etl-cted. CAUD. A CARD DENTISTRY. FRE0 H. MACARTNEY, Recorded by il--' DL'.Ni.vLi Loaid of Victoria >{'AY bo consulted ut his Surgery XVaL Contingent St., TRAFALGAR where the best advice can be obtained, luul all linpli'incf.; v.p-to-datc. Thu Anuwthetic u*edhus been certul oil by l)r Moilison, Bacteriologist. Md ouino Hospital, MOK vi=itrd first and third Friday in each month. TARRAGON visited Second and Fourth Tuesday *n cii':h mo...

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CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDAY NEXT CATIIOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. SUNDA\' NEXT CATIIOLIC Trafalgar-Mass J1 Moc-Mass, t) . Moo-Vespers 7. Thorpdalc-Juno 29th, Muss 10. Church of England services for Sunday ne^t" Moc 11, Trafalgar Rev. G. W. Blanchard (Mens' meeting). Trafalgar 7 Trafalgar 11, Yarragon 7 p.in, Mr Fisher Methodist services will bo hcliJ next Sunday a*, follows - Trafalgar 11, Trafalgar St. 3 s. Moo 7, Rev Mitchell. Trafalgar 7, Green. Thorpdale 7, McLean. Childcrs .'J, Har ris. Narracun 3, Walker, Presbyterian Church Services Sunday Trafalgar 7. Moc 11, Tarngon 2.5)0, Rev. Colin Campbell.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. Air. and Mrs. STIRRIiT, desire to lhank their many kiiul friends for Letters, Telegrams, Cards and Floral Tributes and also to thank Dr. Crooke nnd Nurse Hcnvman for their kind attention durmy their recent sad Beieavement

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Thorough. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

Thorough. . A negro, who had his life insured, died, and left the money to Ills widow. She immediiiteiy bought her self a very elaborate mourning outfit. Showing her purchase to her frlond, she wus very particular In going into details as to prices and all inciden tal particulars. Her friend was very much Impressed, and remarked: "Them sho' is line cloes, but, beta' heaven, what is yo' goin' to do wif all dls black underwear?" The bereaved one sighod: "Chile, when I mourns, I mourns." To moBt mon experience Is like tUo stern lights of a ship which illumine only the truck which haB bqon passed over.

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LADIES' LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

LADIES* LETTER. "Ireno," in Melbourne. A quaint but plaintive story cornea from one ot our suburbs. Two poor school-mistresses found their little sliilllng-a-weck school was inadequate for bread and rent. They tried to sell a handsome mantle, relic of a moneyed past. The mother of a pu pil was induced to purchase. Slu named her own (onus-time-payment one shilling per week. The sisters agreed. An extra shilling a week was full of moaning to thorn. But suddenly the child of this mother stayed away. Days and weeks passed and she did not return. The mother continued payment until the debt was cleared off. Then the shilling for the mantle ceased and the child re turned to school. The child did not lose much. And the poor little school-mistresses, who are not as good at arithmetic as at "accomplish ments," arc still pondering over the profit and loss of their transaction. Said Captain Brownlow, H.A.X., speaking on Umpire Day: "1 think girls should have compulsory trainin.'; as well as boy...

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SPOKEN BY ADAM AND EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

SPOKEN BY ADAM AND EVE. Few subjects lu.ve given rise to more [speculation thru tho language spoken by our first pnrcnts in tho garden of Eden, Tlio Jews claim that tile Hebrew tongue was the earliest language, and spoken by Adam and Eve. The Arabs, howeve-, dispute the point. Of all the languages, oxcept the llebrow, the Sy riac has had tho greatest number o£ advocates, espeolally jjmong Eastern authors. .Many maintain that the liuiguugo spoken by Adam is lost. .Goropius published u work in 1850 to prove that Dutch was the language spoken In Paradise. Andre Kemp maintained that God spoke to Adam In Swedish, Adam an- % swered in Danish, and Eve spoke In French, while the Persians .ilso be lieve three languages wero spoken in Paradise- Arabic, the most persua sive, by the serpent; Persian, the most poetic, by Adan. and Eve; and Turkish, the most threatening, by tho Angel Gabriel

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MOTHER'S JOB. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

MOTH ICR'S JOB. "A mother is simply a beast of bur den at the present day, and is treated ns if she were of no consequence." Froln a letter by Mrs. Nellie KiiichiiiK ton, who is assumed to be "Mrs." be cause ot her intimate knowledge of -Mother's job. Shove it 011 to Mother, Mother takes the lot, .Mother totes the baby Wintry days or hot; Mother carts tlio eabbago In a little bag. Every time the familee Goes en some excursion spree. Beach or bushlaml picnic tea, Mother humps the swag. Billy's pants are going, Mother gets a job; Kitchen floor is dirty, Mother takes the swab; Trouble 111 the union, Father's out of work, Vital principles at stake, Capital must bend or break, Wliilo there is the rent to make, Mother mustn't shirk. Mother does the shopping, Weather dry or damp, Wo have got her listed As a cargo tramp; Just another bundle On to Mother's load; Bowed with years of toil and care, Showing signs of wear and tear, Doing everybody's share, Mother takes the road. Mother hauls the...

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Mr. Hutton's Departure. VALEDICTORY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

Mr. Hutton's Departure. VALEDICTORY SOCIAL. At the Criterion Hotol on Satur day night, a largo number of frionda of Mr Button, local S.M. (who haB been transferred to Trawalla) assem bled to express their farewell wishes and to aliow their appreciation ot' his many eatimalile qualities, both as an official and a citizon. Mr McLean officiated as chairman and having explained the purpose for which they were assembled, called on Cr, Branigan, Cr. Branigan said he was an old resident of Trafalgar and he had Been station masters come and go, but he had more pleasuro in, doing business with Mr Hutton than any other. It was always a pleasure to do business with a straight forward man. Mr Hutton, his wife and daughter, would be a loss to the dis tiict. Ho wiBhed them health and happiness in their now home. (Ap plause.) All 0. Thomson, expressed his re gret at Mr Hutton's departure. They were all sorry he was going aa ho was one of the most obliging officials . hey over had. Ho wished him ev...

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Amateur Boxing & Wrestling Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

!, Amateur Boxing & Wrestling Competition. A Oommitteo mooting of the above waa held on Friday ovening last, when final arrangements were made for carrying ont tho contcatH. About a dozen entrioa wore ro coived sinco tho laat moating, includ ing the Foather weight champion boxer Mr Qarvey, th" winner of the Railway competitions in tho light weigh£boxing, and Mceske, who ia tho proaent holder of both the mid dle and heavy weight champion ships in wrestling. Tho Posters, showing Mat of div iaione and competitors camo to hand at the mooting. They aro artistic ally g jt np and generally commen ded as a very creditablo production on bohalf of tho local jirintory, the "Times". Mr Syd. Sberrin, the boxing ref oree, is lo arrivo to-day. He is thu well known manufacturer of aport ing goods and ia also a boxor of good repute. He has beon asked by the Victorian Amattur Association to reforoo in the Championahip contesta for 1911 taking placoahortiy. Prosa notices speak highly of him wi...

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SAYINGS OF TO-DAY AND YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

SAYINGS OF TO-DAY AND YESTERDAY. True lovers are few-hut not far between.-Estelle Klauder. It is easy to be generous to a tuult when the tault is our own.-Nathan Levey. When we reach forty we begin to look up the names of men wlio be came famous after forty-five--Sam Stimson. There are many whoso aiir. 3oems to be prominence; but that quuliiy, they should remember, is possessed by a wart on the nose.-Brauiler Jlat thewB. Familiarity breeds.-Sam llnntz. The future tense of due is dun. A. Johnston. A wrinkle might bo termed the niel: of time.-Ashley S'.orna. Cupid rules some narrlages, and others are ruled by cupidity.-F. Mor ton Howard. A moneyed man can have anything he likeB-and especially anything he loveB.-R. Moore. At twenty we Knn>v, at thirty we think we know, an^ at forty we give It up. -Greenwood Lake.

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FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. Adrian Volancourt was a tall, palo. Berlous young man earning thirty-flvc shillings a week as a solicitor's clcr'; Kls heart was puro and eager, ami his physical beauty was such as to make young women cast sidelong eyes o£ marvel as they passed lilm. Glad syoa, in fact. To him camo a Cradle-* Snatcher in tiie shape ot the land lady's daughter. "If you're good," she said to her victim, "you shall have Bomo treacle-pudding." It was that fatal treacle-pudding that lured poor Adrian to his doom. It was as deadly as Mr. Pickwick's "chops and tomato sauce." From treacle-pudding Cissie quickly advanced to the darning oE Adrian's socks ami the sewing on of Adrian's buttons. Young men, never let a Cradle-Snatcher darn your socks or sew on your buttons. It is the be ginning of the end. The next move of the artful Cissie was to put flowers in Adrian's room. That trick softened his Innocent young heart, and then came the terrible evening when Cis Bia found him sitting in t...

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A SHAMEFUL OMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

A SIIAMliKUL OMISSION. "Amid all the humanq enterprises of this wonderful ceu/'K-v there has ueen no society yet i^rmed lor the protection of young men from young women." -Harold Spender in "OIUJ Man Returns."

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UNLIKELY INTERVIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 26 June 1914

UNLIKELY INTERVIEWS. A Schoolboy ami His Master. Dear Sir, when I deserved tlie cane Last night, you let me off again; And though I do not love the smart, And your compunction melts my heart, I do not think It good to bo Treated with so much lenier.cy. 'Tis only just to your impression To make a permanent impression By sparing not the rod. How oft I've seen a grown man spoiled and soft. Without an ounce o£ grit or weight, All fluffy and effeminate, Because he never underwent At sohool his proper punishment. Dear Sir, let me not grow that way. But Sog me ratlier every day; So I shall not be dubbed a fool. But rise an honor to the school. -"Windsor Magazine." Satisfied we white people are con servative in our lood tastes. For in stance, we eat the hefty banana in all its glory of rawness. In the countries where the fruit grows, the native wouldn't give you "Malo" for a ripe banana. He knows a tiling or three. He consumes it in green stute, just before it softens and gets sugary. When ...

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