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The News. Nec temere, nec timide. NOTES AND COMMENTS. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. AND PUBLISDHED THURSDAY MORNING.S THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 April 1906
^íje leeros. Nec temere, nee timide. PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR. Published Thubsday Moeothos. THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. Giving up business. Watches and Jewellery at cost price. Nickel Win dow Stand and Iron Safe for sale. 'S.'Htms, Trafalgar.—Advt. The rupTîlng of iced trucks for the butter trafilé has been discontinu, (froro Saturday last) for the prese: •season. Stations at which butter still coming forward in large quan Tr-.| „ r|«, S^ce6rea-: . itia-r the fuetees of the Gotf; IS1' " ' -tte-teîl-reoentl^ pu reserve, and to borrow the balance from one of the banks. Those ugly frog-like little insects, crickets, have been unusually plentiful in these parts lately, and have proved rather destructive, both in the gardens and on the farms. Grasshoppers have also done their share of mischief to growing crops and gr: A new tvpe of bullet is being served, out to the French infantr* fired, it revolves at the rate oí 3fi00 turns a second during its flight. It is stated tha...
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free of coat, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SUNDAY NEXT, APRIL, 8, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 April 1906
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are insertad free "o£ coat, but must reach the. ofRce by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] Sunday Next. Aran. 8. 1906. Wesleyas CilClíCH.—Trafalgar, 11 a.m, 6Tr. Weir; Trafalgar, 7.30 p.m., Bev Fielding; Trafalgar South, 3 p.m., Mr Weir; Coalville, I 3 p.m., Mr. Akers; Tliorpdale, 3 p.m., Mr. : Stranger; Tborpdale South, 11 a.m., Mr. Singleton; Narracan, 7.30 p.m., Supply*, Tanjil South, 2.30 p.m., Mr. Green; Hill End, 11 a.m., Rev. Fielding; Swamp 3 p.m., Bev. Fielding. PftESBVTEIitAS Ciicrch.—The Kev. J. A. Taylor will conduct services next Sunday as follows:—Trafalgar, 11 a.m; Willowgrove, 2.30 p.m.; Moe, 7 p.m.
Patience Required. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 April 1906
Patience Required. A rather simple countryman had been Induced by a man who imagined himself very clever tó promise a fine hen of a particular breed in exc^ae^ for what was said to bervdne rosfr bush. _ r ' WheirtKe rosebush was brought it i turned out to be nothing else than a sprig with a little root. The country man grumbled, but the other said he only had to wait a years and it would- be a fine bush. -He .then claim ed the hen. The countFyman went to his fowl-house and brought out an egg. "That Is not the fowl you promised me," said the other. "No," said the countryman; "but youLhave only to wait a few years and it will grow into a fine fowl."
CHAPTER XXXV. Alice Wins a Signal Triumph. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 April 1906
CHAPTER XXXV. Alice Wins a Signal Triumph. That thing was the perforator ex tension. Keeping directly behind the car riage, to escape observation, he fol lowed it as best he could until it turn ed into the yard at Beechcote, when he dropped back, concealed himself in a hedge by the wayside, and watched while the occupants alighted and the luggage was carried inside the house. A few moments later tne equipage returned and swept past him and away toward the town. "Well, I swear!" muttered the man in ambush, as he crept forth from his hiding-place, "that beats the and i ill these years ! got the whole business right here in ¡ a nutshell, so to speak." Will spent the night at Castleview, although, after what bad occurred at Leith, he shrank from meeting Imo gen again; but he knew that both Mr. Fletcher and Judge Ashburron were ignorant ot the circumstances attend ing the recovery of the stolen money and jewels, and he did not wish to wouud them by remaining in Windsor at an hotel. The n...
MARKET REPORTS. WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 April 1906
MARKET REPORTS. WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. ûJïe^9„nTd Favt.,6r80n ,report ^aviußheIÏ Í «y ,t8"a "OfkI7 ranrket al .heir yards, / V Warragul, on Thursday last. There whs ao- • otber very full yarding of cattle, and —^ ^ competition was good all through, a large.pumber being secured by buyers for the North. Prices were well main tained. They quote us uuder Piga : Suckers, 4s to 5s Gd ; slips, 5s to Gs • store3, Ids to lGs ; porkers, small, to JSs; large to 3is ; sows, Ifis to 18s. Sheep— l'at lambs, lis; sheepskins, rams, £3. CaUîe—Fat cows, to £5 5s;' forward, do., £4 ; store, do., best. ftr «£3 12s; others £2 10s to £3; a »es from 25s; milkers and springers, £4 l-.»s to £•) 10s; backward, do., 5» to .El íiís ; springing heifers, to £5 ¿»s; do., 2_yrs„ £3 to £3 10s; do., IS mons., 3os to 50s ; mixed poddies, best, 25s to 30s; others to 22s; in ferior and young, 12s to 17s; stores, y is., £2 ]2s ; do., IS tuons., 4üs * common bulls, 50s to 60s. G50 head varded.
HILL [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 April 1906
The greatest dissatiäf' amongst the sufferers her»1 cent Dusla fires at the treat out to them by the Central C Settlers are disgusted with tin amounts received, that is the large amounfc'":af..mo Mayor lias in band: ¿t that the Ceutral .Committee des hold back a couslderabj.e.Mim foi purpose or otbeivJjeSt kno\rn to solves. -Suffepgte feel that the p of ot-dçra fo^maiérial, instead of ç the degrading to theii hood, it appears as though were foot- to be trusted t few Pfands iu their owi AûyhoîVv the orders were ■with any? golordeiJ' as if tl* any tex-m up to 10 years.- It is prob able coinbiried action will foe taken by Sufferers re/ative to the L^snner in vvbich tbey have been treated by the Lord Mayor's Committee.
IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE CHAPTER XXXIV. Alice is Vindicated. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 April 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 XXXIV. Alice >s Vindicated. Alice mot the look which her lady ship beut upon her with one as stead fast as her own. Her face never wavered beneath that searching gaze, but there was an expression of pathetic despair within their blue depths and her sensitive lips quivered with suppressed agony. '"X am so glad to have found them before leaving the court," she said, un -- .stea'iUv; "but, oh! what does it mean? and how came they here in my trunk?" "It is certainly very strange," Lady Marchmont observed, with slow gra vity, while her glance dropped and rested again upon the stolen articles, a perplexed expression sweeping over her face. Will now sprang forward and caught both Alice's hands in his. "My darling, don't look so wretch ed," he said, tenderly; "some >jnemy has done this, and we will sift the mat ter to the bottom; we will get at the j ...
ALLEGED FORGERY AT THORPDALE. SIDDLEY BEFORE THE COURT. (Before Messrs C. A. Cresswell, P.M., and G. Anstey, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 April 1906
I ALLEGED FORGERY At- THORI'DALE. siddley before the court. (Before Messrs C. a. Cresswel], P M and Q. Anstey, J.P.) Aurea w. biddJey was charged, on the information oí Alfred C, Budge, with forging and uttering a cheque for £3 in February last. Superintendent Oliver prosecuted, and accused was undefended, James A. TurnbuH deposed that lie : was a farmer residing at Thorpdale, i and knew tbe accused, who was in bis employ latterly for two or three months ; was employed as farm labo rer ; the Roya! Bank was the one be did business with, and cheque pro duced was taken from his cheque book ; there were unused cbeque-forius before aud after it ; saw cheque iu . possessio» of Mr Budge, who asked if it was h¡9, to which he replied "No"; signature to cheque was not his. To the Court.—He generally kept the cbeque-book in a desk in the dining room, and anyone could gain access to it ; Siddley's room was opposite the dining-room ; did not issue cheque himself, nor did be authorise anyone to s...
CLASS E. MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 April 1906
1. Dairy butter, 4 lbs. C. James 1, A Grout 2. 2. Home Made Bread, 4 lbs. W. H. Green 1, W. T. Matthews 2. Misa if. H. Calvert 1, Misa Calvert 2. Shopt Bread Mrs, A. Giant i, Mrs, Weather!^ 2. 'ou ad Cake iij-s. C. James 1, Mia 6. Victoria Sandwich... Mrs. A. Grant 1, Mrs. W. H. Greea 2. ... 7. Swiss Holl Miss M. Browü I, Miss E. Weir. 2 8. Plum Pudding (about. 3 Iba. Miss Dalglcish 1. Miss C. Grant 3. N 9. Tartlets (6) No award. 110. . Cream Puffs 6 - Miss A. Somevville 1, Misa Calvert 2. 11. Preserved Fruits, 6 varieties Miss Dalgleisli 1. 12. Jams, ß varieties, ... „ Jyfj-s. L. Asiiby 1, Mrs. W. H. Matthews 2; '13. jêliiesTTÎ-vftneties... Mrs. L. Ashny-T, Mí? V?■ H. Matthews 2. , 14. Pickles, 3 varieties ! ~ ■ ... ,V^: Mrs. W. II. Matthews .1, Miss M at the wa "3Ü» ' W; 15.. Tomato Saxice 1 bottle ... *[/>•?■ Miss Dalgleieii 1, if ra. Perriiuan Z. 16. Chutney, 1 bottle ... Mrs. Pemmaa 1. 17. Garden Honey, jar, 2 lbs. , , . ... - Miss Brown 1,.J. Äoche'S,: S; 18. Hen 'Eggs, 1 d...
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 April 1906
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUI COlüiEii'ONDENTS.) MOE. Word has beeD received in Moe that Mr. A. W. Crowe has been appointed head teacher of the local State School. Mr. Crowe vill take charge after the Easter vacation. After the departure of the evening ira i a from Moe to Bairusdaleon Satur day night last, a number of the lead ing residents of the town met in the ladies' room atthe local railway station for the purpose of acknowledging the services-of Mr. Alex. Wain, who has been in charge of the BJco station for i a period extending over four ye Mr. Thomas Haigh was called to chair. He said they all regretted the circumstances under which Mr. Wain had been compelled to seek a transfer, viz., that the climate of Gippsland was not congenial to some oí the younger members oí his fuitnJy. an oJhcer of tho Kail ivay l>partt in Moe tie had always been and obliging, and the high in which he was held could be gauged by the gathering present, f Applause). It was moved by Constable Taylor and ...
REV. L. I. FIELDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 April 1906
REV. L. I. FIELDING. The Rev. L. I. Fielding, of the Methodist Church, who has had charge of the Trafalgar circuit during the pa§t three years, and is about to fill a similar position in the Omeo district, will cany with him the respect and I good wishes of all classes of the com munity in these parts, irrespective of dénomination. Although showing no disposition to rush into public matters, "he could always be relied on to assist in any undertakingjfor the welfare o£ his Íeíiow creatures, and fias frequently taken part in movements likely to have a beneficial influence on the public a? a whole. He was a consistant ad vocate of temperance, and was one of the founders and leading members of the local Uechabite lodge, where his presence itud counsel will be greatly missed. Of a rather quiet, and some what retiring nature, yet possessing qualities of a pleasing and geuiai character, ifc is little wonder that -Ur. Fielding has made h#ats of sincere friends in all where his ra' made him ...
ARE WE OVER-CLOTHED? [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
ARE, WE OVER-CLOTHED?. Not&lt;otcx-dressed, in the sense usual ly applied to that term, but over clothed, loaded, with, a superfluity of garments. It is often said that women wear too many garments at once, and that men are, comparatively speaking, thinly clad. Id view of a recent pronounce ment. on the subject of clothing, one is inclined to nsk whether this differ ence in the quantity of clothing worn by the sexes has any influence on the relative physiQues of men and women. In other words, does the quantity of clothing hear any relation to the bodily strength? According to the statements made recently by one who has studied the question and who has travelled much, the less clothing wo wear the better for our health. He adduces evidence to show that those who clothe the body least enjoy the best health. Among savage and semi-civilised races, where the only clothing Is a loin-cloth or a short skirt, such ■complaints as rheu matism are unknown, people, too, who wear dress, b...
THE HOUSEHOLD. HOME HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
THE HOUSEHOLD. HOME'HINTS; A lililí; mille added to tho waler lu which potatoes «ore bolted will make them white-ami tasto better.,. - ■ To soften hard water -for washiag purposes, add a teaspoonful of borax 10.a yuavt. The borax is quito harm less even lo a delicate sldn. The be;;r. way to clean bamboo' fur niture is to wash it well iu warm water containing a gill of salt to each quart. This 'will preserve the color. To clean a iishy frying-pan fill with cold wuier, and place on the fire to boil. "When boiling, put a red-hot cin der in, and Ihe.n wash in the usual Never lay fish one on top of Uie other, but wring a cloth out of clean, salted water, wrap thoul separately' ill tliis, and lay on a dish. Keep iu the coolest place possible. Shabby, dark leather will be re stored if rubbed over with either lin seed oil or the well beaten white of an egg mixed with a little black ink. Polish with soft dusters until quite . dry and glossy. Cheese lha¿ is in danger of becom ing too dry may ...
Startled the Rector. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
Startled, the Rector. The rector returning from Iiis holi day heard that a, parishioner had "lost his old Betty," and at once hurried off to console him. "I'm grieved to hear of your loss,' Giles," he began. "Oh, well, sir, thankee," replied Giles, "it's a pity, of course; but she was a vare lazy jade; she would never ,do anything unless she was well thrashed." "Tut, tut; dear me '* "It's true, sir. She was a bad bar gain. Thank goodness, the fair's next week, and I'll pick up a better one there, I hope, if I don't get suited be fore." "Cut .don't you think, even for ap pearances' sake, you liad better wait a little longer?" urged the Clergyman, getting rather annoyed at his tone. "Oh, no," responded Giles. "I've had my eye on one for some little time» and what I get Cor Betty's skin will go towards it. I tell 'ec what; sir! I wouldn't mind having one of your young 'uns, if you're agreeable." "I won't stop to hear another word of such abominable talk," said the dis gusted rector. "T...
USE OF CONDIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
USE OF CONDIMENTS. 'Condiments," said an analytical chemist, "serve two purposes. They bring out the flavors of food, and as sist digestion. "Beef, for example, is loss digestible than mutton, and that is, no doubt, why we take mustard with' one and not with the other. Moreover, the mustard giv^s piquancy. "Vinegar softens the hai'd fibres of vegetables. Hence its »sc with cab bage», onions, and salads; also with certain fish, the flavor of which is. heightened by acidity. "Salt is the most valuable of all. It not only, draws out flavors, but is especially helpful to the digestion. "Immoderate use of condiments, however, especially pepper, spoils both palate and digestion."
INFORMATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
INFORMATION WANTED. ."I say, old man," said Tom Jackson to his friend Wilson, "tell your wife that I'm going to be married, will >611?" •'A'ff~-£ight, I will. Best congratula tions, oldi>yojvl'' Wilson hurrieitvQ.way. Next morn ing his friend reccivéaLáJettor t0 tllc following effect:— "My orar Tom,—As directed i informed my wife that, you were go ing to be married, and now, in order that I may have some Jittle peace, will you kindly answer the following questions:— ' "j.. Is it the tall, dark girl yon t.ook> to ihe theatre one night last winter? "2. Is it the short, fair gifl you met at the seaside last year? "3. Ia it the girl you were engaged ¡o oivoe before when the affair was broken off? "4. Where are you going to live? "5. Did i ou ask liur ijcrsonally or by letter? "U. When did you meet her first? •"7. Any other particulars not inclu ded in the above." "Please reply by return of post."
NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
NARRACAN SHIRE COUNCIL. FBIDAY. Jxhe ordinary monthly meeting oj Sue above council was held on Friday last Present—Crs Sommers (presi dent), Lloyd, E?6D0, Davies, James, Anstey, Williams, Dickinson Mahony. OOBBESPONDENOE. The outward correspondency was read and approved of, and the prin cipal inwarii was dealt with as fol lows From Department of Public Works, stating that the Governor-in-Council has approved of the allocation of a sum of £100 for expenditure in con struction of the main Trafalgar — Thorpdale road, providing the local council spent an additional £50.— Rfttaiverl. I ^Frora A. Cumming, Trafalgar, draw frog attention to the unsafe condition of the two bridges between block 11 and M'Leone's, and requesting that same be put in repair at once,—To bc| attended to. ™ From ß. Hutchinson, CoalviJJe, i tram line which runs through his property, and offering Is per acre annum for same. —Offer accepted. f From H. Canning, Tborpdale, : *ng for renewal of bis slaughtering-^ license...
A SHIP WORTH TAKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
A SHIP WORTH TAKING. On the 9'th of June, 1587, Drake, coming back from "singeing- the King of Spain's heard in Cadiz," fell in with a huge vessel, which he captured. She ¡Huved Lo be the San Philipe, an East indiamau ovaicd by the King of Spain himself, and then the largest mer chantman afloat. Her cargo, valued at more than a million sterling of modem money, was in itself! the most valuable ever cap tured, but there was something else even more valuable than the cargo. ¡ This consisted of the ship's papers I and accounts, which disclosed to the , merchant-adventurers of England all the methods and mysteries and the boundless possibilities of the East In dia trade. Indeed, it wtfuld hardly be stretch ing the facts to say that'the morning which saw the capture of the San Philipe saw also the dawn of our In dian Empire. The immediate result was the formation o? the East India Company, which was not only tlie greatest, commercial corporation the world had ever seen, but also the only ...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
HOLTUM IN PARVO. For first-class printing at moderate prices, try this office. » Advertise in this paper and your business will prosper. Jennings and Mclnnes' next fort nightly sale at Trafalgar on Saturday April 12. Mathieson and Davis fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, April 14th. In au ordinary piano thére is nearly one mile of wire cut up into about 500 pieces. y """ AU descriptions of Job Printing ex ecuted-"at the News office—quickly, U&ïuy, cheaply. The balance sheet of the Warragul show shows a profit of £114 after pay ing £220 in pi'ize money. Denmark leads the world for thrift. Her inhabitants have on. an average £10 in the savings banks. Bed-haired people, it is stated, are less liable to become bald than those with hair of any other color. A cubic foot of the best oak, when green, weighs 711b. XOoz.; wlieu sea soned, the wood is reduced to 431b. 8055. Mr. R. J. Wilmoth, solicitor, visits Trafalgar fortnightly—every alternate Saturday. Next visit, S...