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GRAVE AND [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
GRAVE Hic steel Beug andsay they do w!t0. sÄriS SS ÄS bÄut 'S '** P'hcr „ftl^ue one spot lo another. s otlfer wTmïu ÄÄto** •"■• . 't-u 10 neip uci keep a secret. irÀn S»liadïS. a ^ .rMicmoaa to' hear a endow K S&^AffÄftS »IMS"1"®' 1 want a moumtag suit, ¿■"loprielor: What is the hwMvc. "-cut, may I ask? lûe be^ave Customcr: My mother-in-law. iopnetor: Mr. Browne show SÄ1"0.the lÄ «S Mgi°t Khr^): HOT vm'" Sampso^ BU,s aro to^ht, Mr, son?U ^SO y): Thau wbat, Mr. Samj>. He: Than they wore last night. - Place a e °Ur ilearts ia the right all right, it s 'is trowzlz. con^íi-í™ 1'e.[r,Mn'-ercste¿¡," said «Dca ^jÂÏÏf&S* taow ttet" wtatVmJ*'1 mlad Jfr*» &lt;™~%TFrench Boyóla • ^ ' It is impossible to imagine tiw» ÄSÄflsSc MSMssre™ imaEin0 ire S' m,'?®. b,?ck'01 the tall: Yes, »Äo«' Cpme uc » «« l««»r ■ ¡ i63, my lord," replied fié witaeas •. He was, a £■ ".n without blamp hoi loved and resseeted fr/ail Z '™í ' m VWtóS ®HUghbi',anti " the JUÄ-J U " tlwtr' » tr&...
YARRAGON STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
YARliAGOX STOCK SAI,ES. Messrs. Skews and Patterson held their usual fortnightly cattle sale at their Yarragon yards oil Tuesday bat 10th inst.. when they had another good yarding of mixed stock of all descriptions from various parts of the district. There was a good attendance of local und outside buyers, competition was brisk throughout, and splendid Çrices were obtained for all lots offered, arragoa is becoming a recognised cattle centre, and the firm is steadily working up an extensive connection.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 12 April 1906
Professional Notices. . La CAirn.] ■ J. À. WILMOTH SON, SOLICITORS, MELBOURNE AST. TRAFALGAR. - Mr. Ii. J. "VTjluïOtb Visits Trafalgar on First and Third Saturday in each month. (C^jnmissiouers for taking Affidavits). HUBERT KELLY, BarrísteR and Solicitor, Proctor ana Conveyancer« TRAFALGAR, Visits MOE Every Tuesday. All Linda oí LEGAL WORK Transacted. _JsBÄY» FRIEND & WILLIAMSON Barristers and Solicitors, "U'ARRAGUL. Notary Public; Commissioners of the Supreme Court of Victoria and of the High Court of Australia. ÏRAFALG.IB - VISITED - EVERY - SATURDAY. (11.30 a.m; to 5 p.m). Or on other dates by appointment. TRUST MOJTIES TO LEND. PRANK G-EACH, Barrister and Solicitor, Proctor and Conveyancer* TRUST MOMEYS TO LEND. ijf.ad Ornes : QUEEN STREET, WARRAGUL (Neat to "Guardian" Office), ' Where STr. Geach ma? bo Consulted Daily. M. DAVINE, Barrister and Solicitor» Queen Street, WARRAGUL. CoifMISSIOKEK OF THE SUPREME COURT for Taking Affadavits. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. W. LESLIE PA...
WHAT IS POISE? [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
WHAT IS P0I3EÎ 'iy The exclamation point, inj tion or in life, betmys eraotfo|ial .lack ol balance and wfvSte of enèrgy»-' Poise reserves itself for the right occasion, and emphasises important things without the véeâ of exclamation. In other words, it saves its owner from unnecessary- words or acts, and pre pares hej^or necessary ones. "Unless aim in life, poise is never s liento y^Wn« A well-known modern M asserts that, a woman with a bodily carriage is "always no exceptional power, either men physical, tint generally both." is true of bodily poise, what nust come from the right poise i of the whole nature!
GOOD MANNERS AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
GOOD MANNERS AT HOME. Practical jokes are rarely Indulged in by persons of nice perceptions, and teasing passes the bounds of good taste when it ceases to be a matter of pure fun from all sUfcs. Inquisitive ness is always bad form. "Whom is your letter from?" "What makes your eyes so red?" are interferences with one's rightful privacy. A closed door should be respected and give assurance of seclusion. One who is so disloyal as to repeat to any outsider, however intimate, anything to the discredit of the fam ily, deserves to forfeit all family rights and privileges. Society requires that whatever their private rolations, husband and wife face the world as a unit, harmonious, and with interests identicals One thing good form imperatively demands—that by no mischance, no loss of self-control, shall family dis cords be revealed to strangers, chil dren or servants. . An uncontrolled voice is always un mannerly and undignified.
PLEASANT TO LIVE [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
PLEASANT TO LIVE^ , A woman, on being asked v/Sy felt such great love ïor a fcr friend, replied: V "She was plcasänt to live w^«' One of the most beautif}^ thi that could be said of wow a> was i of this woman, who rWd neil beauty, wealth, nor education—"She I was pleasant to live with/,' world I needs all the pleasant «¿ot'le to live I with it can get. No one ca-i eBtimate j the help the larger work of'iWs, world ■ reçoives from stfch people. • '
CHAPTER XXXIX. In a Critical Position. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
CHAPTER XXXIX. in a Critical Position. When the judge returned from America, Imogen was greatly relieved. He was a bulwark of strength—some one to rely upon, some one to talk the matter over with—and, as he had always been so successful throughout his career, she now hoped that he would readily find a way out of the present difficulty. But, as day by day went by, and the man's face grew grave and careworn, his manner preoccupied and depressed, it seemed to her rb if the strain upon her nerves would drive her mad. Every night upon his return from his office she would eagerly inquire if he had been able to gather any favorable evidence during the day—If he had any more hope that he might win Ro land's ease. The man marvelled at her absorb ing anxiety—marvelled to see- her so deathly white and growing so. thin, at bor waning appetite and lack of inter est in everything, save the approach ing trial, and his old-time suspicions that she loved his son-ln-Iaw with a ¡ deep and absorbing af...
CHAPTER XXXVIII. The Story of the Stolen Papers. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
CHAPTER XXXVIII. - The Story of the Stolen Papers. Alice was very quick to think and arrive at conclusions. The familiar voice; the stealthy movements of the man who had evidently come from Imogen's room; the fact that the wo man had made her boast that she had some knowledge or suspicions regard ing the stolen papers upon which Mr. Fletcher's vindication depended; the memory of the man whom she had encountered In that underground pas sage previously and who had forced her to mail a letter to Imogen, all flashed like lightning through liei mind, and, blending into one chain of circumstantial evidence, instantly aroused the suspicion that, possibly, the key to the whole situation lay al most within her grasp. She was as quick to act as to think. Slipping noiselessly oat of her room she darted downstairs with the swift She met the butler in the hall. "William, the gardener, is just out side," she said, in low, rapid tones. "I want you both to come with me to the west wing. Be quick, b...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
resigns?!! } received with regret. Ihe Licensing Court, Leid at Warragul on Tuesday last, a transfer of theJicense of the Moe Hotel, from Mr. P. Larkin to Mrs. M. Larkin, was granted, covering a period of six months, during the former's absence on a trip to the old country. The residents throughout the elec torate will be pleased to learn that our member (Mr. Albert Harris), whose illness has been reported in our col umns, is now making headway to wards recovery. At present, however, he is not personally able to attend to his public duties. The Shire Engineer is giving atten tion to the sidewalks in George and Lloyd streets, which have been neg lected sufficiently long to cause com plaints. Moe asks little enough from its councillors, consequently they can not find fault with the Engineer ex pending a few pounds in making the footpaths and gutters presentable and convenient to the general public. Although little attention was given by councillors to a circular from the Board of Publ...
IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE CHAPTER XXXVII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE By Mrs. G. SHELDON, Authoress of Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," Mona, or The Secret of a Royal Mirror," etc. CHAPTER XXXVII.—Continued. For a moment Alice experienced a sense of shyness before the sea of faces, among which there were many whom she liad known all her life, and some of which she now recognised as belonging to people who had scouted the idea oí a woman ever amounting j to anything as a lawyer. . Au expression very like contempt | also swept oyer the countenance of the judge, as she Intimated that the case had been resigned by Judge Ash. burton to her, and Aliee observing it was quick ta interpret the m^n's thought. It was the spur that goaded her to I instant and determined action and made hor forget everything except the objoct l'or which she was working— the vindication of a noble and inno cent man—and she immediately launched forth into a plea which for beauty and elegance of language, clear ness and conciseness of argument, which for shrewdness in...
THE NEWS AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
TMS NEWS AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. We would respectfully direct the attention of our numerous readers to the following new advertisements ap pearing in this issue:— Tenders for works at Narracan public hall. See advt. Tenders wanted for clearing out stumps at the Trafalgar cemetery. See advt. Tenders wanted at once for clearing a small paddock. Particulars obtain oble at this office. Dairy farm and dwelling to let. See advt. 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. Special cattle sale at Yarragon, by Skews and Patterson, on rJ uesday, 24th; 500 head. See advt. It is worth remembering that no newspaper ia pria fed especially for one person. People who become greatly displeased with something they find in a newspaper should remember that the very thing that displeases tbem is exactly the thi...
A PROFITABLE SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
A/R0FITÄ3LE At a committee meeting of the Tra falgar horticultural society, a few days before the recent show, Mr. J. Stewart suggested that a sort of side show be run in the shape of a eheep guessing competition, or, in other words, he saia that if the committee purchased a good fat sheep he would kill and dress it, and, with one or two other members, would run a guessing competition as to its weight. On the motion of Messrs. Mann and Rolls the offer was accepted. A fine fat sheep was pur chased at a cost of 14s., and it occupi ed a prominent place in the building on show day. Messrs. Mann and Mit chell were selected to assist Mr. Stewart in his venture, and no three committeemen worked harder at the duties allotted them than the trio named. They were "all over the ship" with their books, and the "bawbies" rolled in freely. The diversity of opinion regarding the weight of the sheep was highly amusing, the guesses ranging from 401bs. to 801bs. and a good deal of ''chaffing' was in- ...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
AUCTION REMINDERS. Messrs. Jfiiiíinys and Melones. Trafalgar stock sates iirst awl third Saturdays in each month. Next sale—April21. . Messrs. Mathieson and Davis. Trafalgar stock salea second and third Saturdays in each. month. Next, sale"-Aprils. Messrs. H&tluosou and Davis. " Mce stock sales last Saturday ia each month. Xextsal» —April 25. Skews and Patterson.--Another great cat tle sale at VaiTa^ou 011 24th. ¿>00 head all descriptions. - Outside buyers. Messrs. Skews and Patterson. ^ ti it agon slock saies fortnightly. Next sale—April Messrs. Adamson. Strettle and Co. Mel bourne stock sales as follow—Newmarket, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays; Corporation Yards, rhursdays and Fridays. ^
[?]AGON SHOW. [?]SSFUL EXHIBITION [?] OF PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
GON SHOW. ¡SSKOL UXBUUTiuX OF PRODUCE. TG? fifth annual show of the Yarra goii horticultural society was held irr the old weclianics' institute on Wednes day, 3th inst., and notwithstanding the unfavorable saison, at least equall ed, if not surpassed, any previous show held by the society. Nearly every section in the various classes were well -filled, and the display of farm, garden, orchard and dairy pro duce was excellent, while in the cook ing and fancy work departments the collection of nshibits was numerous and of very superior quality, the show as a whole reflecting credit on the ex hibitors and 8peaking volumes for the capabilities an?*'future prospects of the district. i,. The show w^e opened by Mr. J. E. Mackey, who expressed his pleasure at''belüg .gN6gw%t, and, in cong^|nifile&lt;I the the'competition and the judges oc found it very difficult to HP^e on the respective merits of the r-iious exhibits, but on the whole their ; verdicts gave satisfaction both to exhib...
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Fresh Butter.—Market steady. Pri tory lump realised to ll£d., a few al lots higher, prime separator. 'Jd. good Od. to ü¿d., poor low 7d. to 7¿d.; m¡adi08.7^. to8d,; hffln3 J 3d ; lard, 4jd..to ZA in bladdere. Is. 2d. per lb. ' Carcase Port.— Firmer. Friday only Prime light weights, well-dressed, realised . 2Jd. to 3fd.; medium and heavy weights 2jd. to" 3d. Choppers lower. Prime vealers to 3d, otliere 2¿d. to 2Jd. Poultry.—Good demand for prime table birds, poor lots very dull. Young roosters, good, realised 4s. 2d to 5a. 3d., a few special Joto. Old ducks, 2s, to 2s. Sd.; Ducklings, to Ó8.0d Heos and mixed lots, is. 3d. to2s9d.; small 2b. to 2s. 6d. Pallets ii. lOd. to to 3s. lOd. Cliiükeua 2á. 8d. to 3s. 3d. lots to 5s. 8d. Medium and staggy Iota 3s. 8d. to os. Od.; very smalt lower. Tur keys—Gobblers, prime full grown, 17a. 6d.to 25s. Od., according to size and condition. Poults, 7s. 6d. to 13s. 6d. Hens, is. Gd. to 8s. 6d, small lower, Geese, 3s. Gd. to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
PUOi'fcSSlOXAT. ISoTlCEï. Legal. I ■ u «! J. A*. WILMOTH SON, SOLICITORS, MELBOÜKXK ant TRAFALGAR. Mr. R. J. Wilmoth Visits Trafalgar t First and Third Saturday in ench month. (Commi^ioneíb for taking Affidavits). LA CABn.] HUBERT KELLY, and Solicitor« Proctor and Conveyancer, TRAFALGAR, Visits MOE Every Tuesday. All kinds of LEGAL WORK Transacted. GRAY, FRIEND & WILLIAMSON Barristers and Solicitors, warragul. Notary Public; f'omKiisaioaera of thd . Supreme Court of Victoria and of the j High Court of Australia. TRAFALGAR - VISITED - ÏTERÏ - SATURDAY. (U.30o.m. io5p.m). Or on other dates by appointment. TRUST MONIES TO LEND. PRANK GEACH, BARRISTER AND Soi-ICITOR, Proctor and Conveyancer, TRUST jUOMEYS TO LEND. Head Office : QUEEN STREET, WARRAGUL fXext to "Guni'dian" Office), "Where Mr. Oeach may be Consulted Daily. V M. DAVINE, Barrister and Solicitor, Queen Street, WARRAGUL. Attends ali District Courts. Commissioner of the Supreme Court for Taking Affadavits. TRUST MONEYS ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
i How much ' is your time every minute of your time Is worth money. You must depend upon your watch to- do certain things in a certain time. depended i We are selling a Watch for SO/-that will help you to make money, If time is money. It Is a silver keyless Waltham, fully jewelled, strong Hall marked case, and guaranteed. H. Newman, 312 Bourke Street, . ..MELBOURNE.. — —J TRAFALGAR STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS CONFECTIONERY REPOSITORY (Adjoining post office). MlSsis~QUINN ÍRE to ai opened the by Mr. R. Aitken, a ^STAÏÏO^ERY, FANCY GOODS ..confectionery repository. A Large nad Carefally-Selected Stock has been purchasà, anâ\everything ia the trade ia beiog offered at reasonable PRICMg. The most complete stock of Fancy Goods, Stationer}', Confection ery and Cordials in Trafalgar. Don't forget—Nest Post Office—Doa't forget. CASH DRAPERY STORE. MISSES SMITH (Sevea-Mile Hoad), TRAFALGAR (Opopsite Keica Office). fashionable - dressmakers. », Skirts and Costumes of Latest Styles. : A Large and ...