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CHAPTER XXXVII. Alice to the Rescue. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
CHAPTER XXXVII. . Alies to the Rescue. The man had stood with bowed licad during Iiis companion's passionate ap But when she ceased, he stood erect mid facod lier, scorching her lliin, wan countenance with keen, questioning "Imogen," he began, in a tone oí thing about those missing documents?" She started from bim- as if he had struck her a stinging blow -with a lash. She was -white to her lips and quiv ering in every limb. ''Oh!" she cried, in a voice oí agony, "can you think of nothing but those papers?" "No; naturally they occupy the chief place in my thoughts at. this time," he quietly returned. "Do you know anything about them?" "And if I do?" she questioned, bend ing oloscr to him and breathlessly awaiting his reply. "Then you must tell me what you Fcnow," he sternly replied. "I com mand you—tell me!" "I liavo asked you a question—an swer you me," she curtly retorted. "Very -well; if I must I suppose I mnst; although I should have much preferred you not to press me upon so del...
CORRESPONDENCE. [All communications under this heading must be accompanied by the names and addresses of the writers, as a guarantee of good faith. Our columns are open for the discussion of public matters, but we do not necessarily coincide with the views expressed by correspondents.] To the Editor of the Neice. THE MELBOORNE HOSPITAL. AN EASTER APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
I CORRESPONDENCE. [All communications under this Wadiug must be accompanied bv lie names and ad dresses of the «Titers, n* a guarantee of good iaith. Our column, are open for tile dine»» •ion ol public matte™, but we do not neces sarily coincide with the »¡m eipreasod by correspondents.] To the Editor of the Neice. THE MELBOORNE BOSPITAL. An Easter Appeal. 8ia—Will you permit me, at this J Easter season, to bring before your readers the beautiful spirit of kindly charity expressed in the lines—"I shall pass through this world but once; any good thing, therefore, I can do, or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now; let me not to defer it or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again"— and to remind them that there is in the city of Melbourne a great general hospital which can continue its bene ficent work of healing tbe sick and re lieving the suffering only by the sym pathetic support of those who strive while passing this way to do the little good tn...
IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE CHAPTER XXXVI. In Sore Straits. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
IMOGEN'S MOUE By Mrs. G. SHELDON, - Authoress of 'Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," "Mona, or ' The Secret of a RoyaJ • -Mirror," etc. CHAPTER XXXVI.. In Sore Straits. What serious legal complications could have arisen to make it neces sary for his son-in-law to summon him home so hurriedly Judge Ashburton was at a-loss to surmise; bur. he well knew that Mr. Fletcher would never hav'e recalled him so summarily un less there had been urgent need. Therefore, he did not hesitate a moment, bui, as already suited, pre pared at once to respond to lue call. H& was very sorry to have to go, od Alice's and May's account, for ihwre were a number of places which he had inteadetf &lt;o visit with llK-m be fore their return. If they shared Jjitf disappointment they manilested nothing of i.- lu his presence, -but moatcheerfully ne q'iîèsçed, in his decision, and repack ed their "trunks without a murmur. Tile judge cabled a return message, telling Ma Fletcher that he would sail »Öi»/'...
WIND V. DRAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
WIND V- DRAUGHT. ' Why should one current oí air bo healthful and another injurious? What is the difference between a wind and a draught? An authority on ventilation .¿has replied. "Draughts are currents of cold air, which, owing to imperfect ventilation, pass across a room and are generally due to winds blowing outside and sucking out the air in the apartment. A draught ie always felt as colder than the wind itself, and is a fruitful cause of chills and other disorders. A per fect gale may blow through a l-oom from an open window, and be not only harmless but really beneficial to the I inmates- It is the icy currents pass ! ing out through cracks and chinks in.; I a stuffy chamber that do tlie mis-. | chief." When Hk is Xvr A Fool.—A man is nearly always a fool. If he be young the world says, "When he is older he will know more." If'he be older it says "He is old enough to know better." And whea 1» ia old il "There ¡9 no kiud of fool «oiutl 10 an obifooL'* And »hough at all age» "a...
TRAFALGAR HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
TRAFALGAR HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. A well attended meeting of the com mittee of the above-named society was held on Monday evening, Mr. Gibson (president) presiding. Mr. Buchanan (secretary) read a financial statement of the late show,, expenses in connection with which amounted to £02, leaving a credit balance of £6.. Considering the bad season this was deemed highly satis factory. A number of^accounts were passed for payment. The president congratulated the society on the success of the show, and thanked the committee for their assist ance and courtesy, referring particu larly to Messrs. Grant and Buchauan. Votes of thanks were passed to the president, treasurer (Mr. Whittonl and MessTs. Mann, Mitchell ana Stewart. Also special votes to the judges and stewards, and letters of thanks to be sent to Messrs. Hough, Mclnnes and Mrs. Rolls. 8everafr ItíEíñber's .said they had never known the" judging at a show to'aeë't ^wîth süch general satisfaction fromfexliTbiföfsT" """" it was also.re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
Bdsdîess Notices. S. MORRIS, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER JEWELLER & OPTICIAN, TRAFALGAR (SEAR THE BA.KRg.) All Wojsk Receives— PROMPT AND CAREFUL ATTENTION, ANJ> IS GUARANTEED. ^s^Select Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Pttte,- Silver Mounted Goods and Spectacles At City Prices. j - Bren? article marked with the Victorian Jewellers' Association quality stamp, Are You INTERESTED IN JEWELLERY? H. NEWMAN'S ILLUSTRATED'— CATOLOGUE May be had for the asking! IF you want to buy a Present for a Friend, or sometninff for yourself, this catalogue will give you an unrivalled selection oí articles to choose from. When buying jewellery you must rely Japgoiy on the honesty and judgement of the jeweller. Common sense, therefore, demands that you should deal with a firm or store where no advantage will be taken of you. Ours is the oldestrestablished iewellerv business in Melbourne, and our reputation for straight dealing extends all ove* Australia, If you cannot call on us, you can shop, w...
The News. Nee temere, nee timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNING. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
■gleras. Nec temere, nec timide. PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR» Published Thübsday MonNtsofi THURSDAY, APRIL 12,. 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. Giving up business. Watches and Jewellery at coat price. Nickel Win dow Staad and Iron Safe íor sale. S. Morris, Trafalgar.—Amt, Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes held their asnal fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, when there &lt; was another large yardiüg of mixed stock from all parts of the district»' and everything was cleared at good rices. Iji Denmark there are 224,000 rural land-owners. More than half bare not more than one acre, 26,600 have lesa than, four acres, and only 200Ô have more. The small land-owners mainly occupy themselves with the egg and fowl industry. The Coulter dramatic company givea a performance at Tarragon on 25th inst, in aid of the mechamos' institute; and at Trafalgar on'26th, in aid of the brass band. The ancient yet ever-fresh, mirth-provoking humorosity "Milky White" will be the chief attraction on. e...
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free of cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SUNDAY NEXT, APRIL 15, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free of but "mußt reach the oflico. by_Wedu«iday morning to ensure publiíwtYcn bv Wedu^iday -fia[ 5, 190fa^V Wesleyas Cm,Tien.—Trafalgar, 11. a.m, Rev Edwards; Trafalgar, 7.30 p.m., Singleton; Trafalgar South. 11 a.m., Mv Giblett; Thorp dale, 3 p.m., Rev. Edwards; Childers, 3 " * Giblett; Narracan, 3 p.m., Mr. Weîr; »ub, n a.m., Mr; Oakley; Moe, 7.30 p.m., Mr. Oakley; Swamp E., 3 p.m., Mr. Oakley.. Ciumcn of Eholxjid.—Services in conaee m with the Church oí England wiU be held as' follows:— ' , , * Good Friday.—Moe, H a.m.; _ Trafalgar, 3 .m.; Yarrason 7.30 p.m., the Vicar. Yarra on, 11 a.m.; Moe, 7.30 p.m., Mr. C.B. Wilson. Baster Sijmdat, (Holy Communion at each place):—Moe. It a.m.; „Trafalgar, 3 p.r- • ragon, 7.30 p.m., the " a' ' ' ' ,.om,Tanjil S., 2.30 p.m., Mr. C. B. Wilson. Pbesbttebiak Choecii.—The Rev. J. ' Taylor will conduct services next Sunday ; I follows:—Moe, 11 a.m; Trafalgar, 3 p.n
THE NEWS AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
TB. JE NEWS ADVERTISING MEDIUM. We would respectfully direct th® attention of our uumerous readere to the following new advertisements ap pearing in tuis issue:— Ball.—R. C. ball at Trafalgar,, Easter Monday nigbt. Ball.—A. N. A. ball at Trafalgar, oa night of lltb May. Concert and Ball.—At Narracan mechanics' institute, Easter Monday nigbt. Guai-dian Fire Insurance Office. AU kinds of property insured at lowest rates. R. .1. Rolls, local agent. Dramatic performance.—Coulter's dramatic company at Yarragon, in aid of mechanics' institute, Wednesday evening, 25th inst. Dramatic performance.—Coulter's dramatic company at Trafalgar, in aid of brass band, Thursday evening, 26th ; inst. i Special cattle sale at Yarragon» by 1 Skews and Patterson, on Tuesday, 24th; 500 head. Seeadvt. Trafalgar butter and cheese factory company limited. Highest price given for best quality cream. See advt. A very desirable farm to let, on ! shares. In excellent order. Particul I ars at this office. j Tender...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
AUCTION REMUDEIS. Messrs. Jennings and Maianea. Trafalgar stock siilu« lirst aad third So&iriiùj* in t-ai-b month. Next sale—April 21, Messrs. ilathieaon and I)*»íh. Trafalynr «lock soles second und third Saairdav» ineacli month. Next «tie—April 14. Messrs. Matiueson and Davitv ii«e stock la»t Saturday in each inonfik 3ext*ale Skew» and Patterson.—Another gpftat cat tle sale at Yarrag.m on 24th. 5«#> )v«std all description». Outside buyers. Messrs. Skews and Patterson. Tarrapr-it »lock salea fortnightly. Next ö»St--A|»riL Messrs, Adamson. Slrettle atiu Co. Mel bourne slock sales sa follow—Newmarket, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays; Corporation Yanls, Thuredays and Friday*.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET Messrs. Adamson, Strettle arid Co. report under date Gtti April:—At our usual sale to-day we yarded 800 head. The market was good, for first-class milkers at £9 to £11; medium and inferior sorts, £5 to £7. We had a big yarding of springers, which met a keen demand, every line offered be ing sold out at splendid prices, rang ing from £6 to £9 10s. Springing heifers, £5 to £7. Baakward spriug er8 and sound dry dairy cows sold readily at £4 10s. to £6. Store cows, £3 to £4; old cows, £1 5s. to £1 lite.; fat cows to £7; poddies sold from 20s. to 26s. Note.—We are holding a spécial autumn sale of dairy cattle and st&lt;j>re stock at Corporation Market on Tues day, 24th April, and will thank clients having stock to offer to send us early particulars. We expect to yard over a thousand head.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. W. G. White, Australian Produce Auction ! Booms, -191 to 497 Flinders Lane West, re ! ports as follows:— I Cheese.—Market steady. Fair supplies. Prime lines of new makes, 6d. to 6}d.; good matured, 8d. to 9d. Medium, new, to 6Jd. Loaf sizeGd. to 7¿d. Inferior lota Fresh Butler,—Market steady. Prime fac ! tory lump realised to UJd., a few speci al lots higher, prime separator, Dd. to 9jd good 9d. to 9)4., poor lower. Kggs.—Market steady. Ordinary lines 1b. 3d dozen. Private lines higher. Bacon. —Steady. Light town cured sides 7d. to 7$d.; middles 7\d. to 8d.; hams 8d. to 9d ; lard, éjd. to 5d. in bladders. Honey.—Prime extacted, 3¿d, to 3£d.; me ¡ dium, dull, to 21dr^ Beeswax Is. Id. to ! Is. 3d. per lb. I Carcase Pork. — Firmer. Friday only Prime light weights, well-dressed, realised -£d. to 3|d.; medium and heavy weights ¡¿£&lt;1 to 3d. t'hopi>ers lower. Prime vealers to 3d, others 2Jd. to 2-Jd. Poultry.—Good demand for prime table birds, poor l...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET Messrs. Adamson, Strettle and Co. report under date 5th April.—1630 yarded. Stores were lightly supplied, the demand being brisk, especially good-quality strong sorts, and prices ruled firmer, extra strong making from 16a. to 19s.; good, 12s. to 15s.; slips and suckers from 5s. to 7s. Porkers.—Prime heavy-weights, 28s. to 31s.; medium, 25s. to 27s.; light, from 20s. to 23s. Baconers, lightly supplied; biddings spirited. Extra prime, 55s. to 59s.; prime, 45s. to 50s.; medium, 40s. to 44s.; light, from 32s. Back Fatters.—The demand was fairly well sustained, and extra prime heavy fats made from 60s. to 90s.; prime weighty, 40s. to 55s.; rough, ■ from 30s.
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
market reports. tuafalgai: stock sm.e. Messrs. J. K. Jennings and Mclnues Xrt having held their usual »lock on Saturday, 7th inst. 590 cattle were yardëd and sold, with the exception of a few odd beasts, prices I on the whole being satisfactory to vendors. Milkers and springers from £5 IOs to £7; backward cows to £5 springing heifers to £5 5s.; good store cows £3 5s. to £ 1 l8.; fat cctws to £5 15s.; 3-year-old heifers £3 9s.; 18-months-old heifere £3 9s. 6d; 2J and 3-year old steers £3 5s.; yearlings to 31s. Cd.; good poddios 22s.; others from 12s. 6d. to 18s.
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
NARRACAN. The district has made a wonder ful recovery niñee the raiu. The graas is coming along spemdidly, and, should the frost keep off, there will be fair feed during the winter. Â Gymnasium and Debating Club was recently formed here, with the following ladies and gentlemen as officers, viz. :—Patrons, Cr. Sommers, Messrs H. G. Heid, F. Mann and J. Forsyth ; president, Mr J. Monger ; vice-president, Mr D. Weir ; pianists, Misses N. Weir and K. White ; instructors, Messrs Hobbs and Foxeroft ; captain, Mr C. J. Lugg ; vice-captain, Mr T. Savige ; hon. sec., Mr R. Thomas. Tko Qlubmeeteimli^IIa4K^wg>g ThursdS^night^hso^geo^nms Ur^fcmembersumay-be seen going through the various exercises and forms of physical development. The members are to be congratula ted on their choice of instructors. The local tenuis tournament is exciting a good deal of interest among tennis players, and a good number assemble oo the court each Saturday to witness the play. During the past , week the shire e...
No Advantage. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
No Advantage. A prominent railway man repeats with great enjoyment a Störy that ha had from a conductor of one of the limited expresses between New York and the West. He related that a dandified fellow had managed to became unusually friendly with an attractive young wo man in an adjoining seat. When the train pulled into Buffalo the man, in taking leave of the fair one, remarked: "Do you know, I must thank you for an awf'lly, awfily pleasant time; but' I'm afraid you wouldn't havë been so nice to me had you known that I was a married man." # "Oh! as to that," quickly and plea santly responded the charming youag woman, "you haven't the least adváii-/ tage over me. I am an escaped luiia-' tic." It seems a mystery to a woman why her husband does not pity old bachelors more. Á single man siéhs because he is lonely, and, tho married man often sighs for a chance to see if he could get lonely. An enterprising merchant adver tises "male or female" umbrellas. A ' cross old bachelor supposes...
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. Skewe und Patterson report haviug held their usual weekly market at their yards, Warrsgul, ou Thursday lost. There was an exceptionally heavy yarding of cattle, ; and competition was good throughout. Although prices remain about the same as those lately quoted, almost every beast was cleared. Baconersand and porkers showed a good improve ment. They quote as under:—Pigs —Suckers Is öd to 4s öd, slips Os to 9s, stores 10s to 13d, sows 20s, porkers to 30s, baconeri to45s. Sheep—Cross bred wethera 10s, do. ewes (full moutbXl^i, fat Jambs 10s 4d. Cattle (830 yarded)— Fat cows, best, £6 to ^6 7 s, secoud do. £4 to £5 10s, ior ward cows £4 to £5, etore cows, best, £3 Os to £3 10s, second 50s to 60s, inferior from 20s, milkers and spring ers, best, jQ5 10s to £6 10s, others from 10s, backward do. ,¡¿4 15s to £5 10s, springing heifers £4 10s to £5 10s, others from £3 10s, do. 2 yrs. j£2 15s to £3 5s, do. yearlings, 35s to 40s, heifer poddies, 22s to 28s, others from 18s,...