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The News. Nee temere, nee timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR, PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
■fieros. Née temeré, nee timide. PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR, Published Thubsday Aíorninqs. IHCIiSDAY, APRIL 19; 1906. NOTÉS AND COMMENTS.' Giving up business. Watches ana Jewellery at cost price. Nickel Win dow Stand ana Iron safe' for sale. Si Mflrfia; Trjifalgay —Anw shareholders of the Bloomfield co operative butter factory was held at the shir© hall, Warragul. last week, to conform with the provisions of tbe - Companies' Act, which required the confirmation, within a month, of the resolution passed on the 28th March, giving the directors power to arn^nd the Articles of Association to enable them to take shares in the Gippsland co-operative factories company. A. confirmatory motion was carried un animously. The Rev. Father Haye«, the famous temperance lecturer, who is leaving for England, was waited on a few days ago by a number of gentlemen at 5*t. Brigid's Presbytery, where he hhs been staying duriDg his visit to Melbourne, and presented wilb a .purs© of sovereigns, father Hayes ...
CHURCH SERVICES. [Three notices are inserted free of cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SUNDAY NEXT, APRIL 22, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
CHURCH SERVICES. [Titeee notices are inserted free of cóst, bnt must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.]" Sokday Next, Aprii. 22, 1906. Mr. Lewis; Trafalgar, 7.30 p.m.fïtév Edwards:' trafagar South, 3 p.m., Mr Stranger;; Coal ville, 3 p.m., Rev. Edwards; Thorpdale, 3 p.m., Mr. Weir; Thorpdale South, 11 ajn., Bev. edwards; Narracan, 7.30 p.m., Mr. Stranger; Moe, 7.30p.m., Mr..Lewis; Tanjil South 2.30p.m., Mr. Singleton; Hill End, 11 a.ra., Mr. Singleton; Swamp, 2" p.m., Mr. Lewis. c'no-fich f»f ejrotisd.—kev. C. W. T Hogers will conduct services ou Sunday as follows:—Moe, (Sunday-school anniversary) 11 a.m.; 2.30 p.m.; 7 p.m. " Mr. C. e. Wilson will conduct services on Sunday as follows:—Swamp E., 11 a,w.; Trafalgar, 3 p.m.; Yarragon, 7.30 p.m. Presbyterian Church.—The rev. J. A. Taylor will conduct services next Sunday as follows:—Moe, 11 a.m; Trafelgar, 3 p.m.; Yarragon, 7 p.m.
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
MELBOURNE PIG WlRK£'X. Mesen*. Adamson, Strettäb- and Co. 'report under dote 12th April:— The ttUEfcbex yarded was 2070. Stores.—The bulk comprised good and, useful quality, which ware pur chased pvimeipally by the totide at slightly taiprcHaed rates, best- aaaking from 16s. to 20s.; good 12a. So 15s.; slips, 5s. to-9&. Porkers.:—A full supply, chiefly good and prkoe quality. The efeinand was brisk. Prime heavy, 30s. ko 33s.; medium. 21&. to 29s.; light 25s. to Baoos Pigs were also fully supplied. Prime weighty, from 42s. to -IS*,; a few extra choïoe, 50a. to 05s.; medium and good, 32s. to 38s.; light and rough, sorts, from 28s. Back F.vffehs.—A large number to band, chieSy rough and inferior sorts. Best made from 60s. to 72a. 6d., the bulk realising from 35s. to -¿5s.; inferior and rough, from 25s. to 39s. [The above-named firm will hold a. special autumn cattle sale on 2-ith April.] Messrs McPhail Bros and Co., re port under date of 12th April, 1906. About 20T0 pig...
MARKET REPORTS. WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
market reports. WABRAGUL .STOCK SAXE. Sfberra and Pattefsou report liaviug tbetr asu&l week); "toafEWrnt Warragnî, on Thursday Inst, There wad a fair jardiDg of ¡stock, but prices /or cattle were rather easier, although nearly everything yarded chaDgcd hauds. Pigs are improving. Pigg— Suckers 5& to 10s (3d, »lips 7s to 9s 6d, stores 12s 1© 15s, porkers, small, l'3s to ¿Os, large? 24s to 26»?. baconera 31s 6d £o 45s. Sheep—Fal iambs lo3 to 15s. Cattle—Forward bullocks—Ho 10s, iattcows £4 18s ta £5 16s, Tor ward cows £4 3» ío £4 9s, store costs, best, £5 5s to ££> lüs, otliera £¿ lö? to £3, aged from 30s, milkers ;tüd springers', best, j£(j to £9 Ua (the ladder price for a specially Dice Ay»" sboare- abowX s eco do do, £4 10r to £5> 5a, springing ibsiTers . to £0, do, Ajeare, £3 to £3' 10a, do. yearl ing»,. to IS iDOiitb»r 410s to 50a, pod dies, beat, 25« to 3Óü second^ 6d- to' 2-s 0d, inferior ironxiOs t yeare,- 46s to 55s, db; IS] 428, do- poddies, besîl, 20sJ ...
MILK PRODUCTION AND SALT. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
MILK PRODUCTION AND SALT. Free access to salt is advantageous to live stock, a fact which has not been bo widely accepted as could have been expected. It is regarded gener ally as important from a health point of view, but it is doubtful whether many are aware of the influence which salt may have on the production of milk. If a cow is in good and sturdy health, it may be expected te- produce more and better úiilk than an animal in poor condition. Experiments have recently been made to ascertain whether the giving of salt to dairy cows has any direct bearing on the supply of milk, and the results have been of a-character which will be sur prising to many who attach little im portance to providing salt for their cattle. Salt they must have in some form or other, and if it is supplied to them in suitable quantities and ways, they will take sufficient and no more for their own benefit.
CLASS G.—MISCELLANEOUS. Judge: MISS V. HUNTER, Moe. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
Class G.—MISCELLANEOUS. Judge : Miss V. Huster, Moe. Map of the Commonweal tb, for children 15 years and under. Master R. Phillips 1, Miss 0. McSmyth 2. Finished exercise, for girls 13 years and under. Miss H. Erbs 1. Drawing for children, 15 years and uuder. Miss E. Tickey 1, Siaster D. O'Toole 2. 1 Collection fancy work. Miss W. Doyle 1, Miss M, Barton 2. Piece fancy work for girls, 11 years 1 and under. Miss M. O'Toole 1, Miss Miss E. Glen 2. Ironed white shirt. Miss G. Black sliaw 1, Miss Calvert 2. Painting. Master D. O'Toole 1, Miss K. Casey 2.
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
I MUITUM 1H PARVO. For Hnjt-cJiJ.n printing at moderate prices, try thid «office: Advertise in tkia paper and your business will prosper. For every two m«n who attain the •ege of 300 there are three women. Jennings and Mclnnes' nexî fort nightly sale»t ïfcafalgar on Saturday April 21. -X Mathieaon and Dark fortnig&Uy cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, April 28th. The output of butter at the Trafal gar factory has increased from 7 to 8 tona per week. I All descriptions of Job Printing ex ecuted at tue Nctcs office—quickly, neatly, cheaply. Victoria's wheat harvest totals 24,000,000 bushels, which, is consider ably above the estimate. The wheat yield iu New South. Wales ia 20,000,000 bushels. This is also iii excess oí the estimate. Mr- R. J. Wilmoth, solicitor, visits Trafalgar fortnightly—every alternate Saturday. Next visit, Saturday, April 21st. The subscription to the News is 2s. per quarter if delivered, and 2s. Gd. if posted. The leading local paper. Belgain workmen ...
DAIRY INSPECTORS. TBEIR DUTIES DEFINED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
DAIRY INSPECTORS. TBEIR DUTIES DEFINED. Much interest is being taken by ose eugaged in the dairying industry the appointments to be made shortly of fifteen supervisors under the Milk Act, and numerous inquiries are being received as to the examination they must pass to qualify themselves. This examination will include written, oral and practical tests. Candidates must show efficiency in dairy practice, including the breeding, reaving, feed ing and management of cattle, the com position and value of the most impor tant foods, the factors which influence the yield of milk, dairy farm manage ment, including the preparation and cultivation ^>f the land, and the subsequenT'handling and preservation of the crops, pasture and water supply In regard to milk and dairy produce, they must show a knowledge of their :haracters, the methods of production, .manufacture, handling and transit, as well as of the use of dairy utensils and appliances. Other subjects of exam ination are dairy sanitat...
CLASS C.—FLAWERS. Judge: MR. Go[?]arragon. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
cuss-a-^jSSSfRS. Judge: Mr. d^H^imgon. Twelve varietieí ______ Hair 1, Mrs. WaycS^"**" ^ Six varieties cut flowers. Mi» Inghton 1. Mrs. Crightou 'J. 1 Twelve cactos dahlias. Mr. Calven Six cactus dahlias. J. Stewart l\ C. Calvert 2. A Six dahlias. J. Stewart 1, E. Mann 2. Pot plant in bloom (grown in pot). Mrs. Hair 1,-Misa Hair 2. ^ Arranged tafele centre. ~ JFaycott 1, Mrs. Parkin 2. Two lady's sprays. Mis; 1 Mrs. Paykin 2. Arranged epergiie. " Mrs. .Miss Hfur 2. • _ Button kote bma]j§tsn ,Miaa Blacfc. shuwijlíis Floral decoration. M iss H. Wavcott I.Miss Hair 2. Collection dry grasses and- ferns. Miss 0. Hair 1, Mrs. Hair 2. Twelve fuchsias. Mrs. Hair 1. Six pot plants. Mrs. Hair 1, Mr. Hair 2. ^•-Twelve varieties roses, two of eacli variety. Mrs. Wayoott 1, J. Mitchell Six varieties roses, two of each variety. J. Mitchell 1, Mrs. Waycott Collection ferns in pots. Mrs. Hair 1, Mise Hair 2. Six carnations. Mrs. Hair 1.
CLASS B.—VEGETABLES. Judge: MR. JUDD, Warragul. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
Class B.:-VEGETABLES. Judge : Mm »Todd, WarraguL Collection vegetables. R. H. Roberts 1, G. Evans 2. Case late potatoes. W. Erba 1, H._ Matthews 2. Case early potatoes. J. T. Gibson 1, W. Erbs 2. Cucumbers. G. Evans 1, W. H. Matthews 2. Citron melons. G. Evans 1 and 2. Preserving melons. Styles 1, Miss Blacks haw 2. Vegetable marrows. G. Evails 1. Pumpkins, G¿ Evans 1 and 2. Turks caps, Ä. H. Roberts Í. French beans.. P. Stewart I, Rób elas 2. Cabbages. • G. Evans * 1, R. J. Tilley 2. Peas. A. Davies 1; P. Stew» ^'J^Hsnions. McGrath 2, D, Tabieicarrots. G. Evans 1, Mrs. Wjwcott)2. Field Wrots. J. Anderson 1. Rhufaáirb, H. Matthews I. Parsnip*, H. Matthews 1. Turnips, EL Matthews 1, P. Stewart 2. Bed mangolds. J. Branwgan 1, G Evans 2. Yellow map^olda. J. Br&nnigan 1, Anderson á*. Toma toe«.. •D^'yP'hitton 1, W. H, Matthewg-S, : Greejj jyœwseLàÔ" fodder: judged by weighty ¿ffrísW.Branmguu ana Casey R. H. Roberts 1. cob.. Styles 1, J. Branni
LESSONS FROM THE BEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
LESSONS FROM THE BEE. 1. Thé bee teaches us to be indus trious. No bee ever shirks his work. 2. He-teaches us to be loyal and obedient. Bees obey and love the Queen who rules them. 3. They teach us -to be fond of our homes. No bee leaves his home ex> cept for a time if he can help it. 4. They teach us to be clean. 'Noth ing can be cleaner than the home of the bee. 5. They show much sympathy or kind feeling for each other in distress, and will never leave a friend in trou ble without trying to help him. 6. They are very early risers. 7. They delight in fresh air. 8. They are very peaceful and sel dom quarrel or fight among them selves.
CLASS F.—COOKERY. Judge: MR. CAIN, Yarragon. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
Class F.—COOKERY. Judge: Mb. Cain, Yarragon. Home made bread. Mrs. Mulcahy, 1, Miss R. Charlton 2. Scones. Mísb H. Matthews 1, Miss F. James 2, Mies Hampton 3. Fruit cake. Miss M. Fisher 1, Miss M. Borland 2. Plain cake. Mis3 C. Hollier 1, Miss Calvert 2. Victoria sandwich. Miss M. Borland 1, Miss L. Smith 2, Miss M. Fisher and Mrs. Dean hon. mention. Small assorted cakes. Mise Parkin 1, Miss Blackshaw 2. Assorted pastry. Mrs. Parkin 1.
A DAIRY FEEDING TEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
A DAIRY FEEDING TE8T. In the Iowa station a thorough test of feeding beets c.nd turnips to dairy cows demonstrated conclusively that turnips-injure the flavor of milk and better. This injury is due to volatile acids which can be driven off by heat ing the milk' to ICO degrees. Beets i increased the milk and butter product | and caused all the cows, even Jerseys, to fatten quite rapidly. When the beets were discontinued, , batter-fat de creased, and the cows ceased to gain weight, and it took more pounds of feed- (éalcúlated 'in dry matter), to produce a pound of butter. When turned on pasture there was an im-, mediate increase in milk, butter, and live weight. Feeding bran during part of the grazing period produced suffi cient gain to yield a small profit. " When a man says he will, ie will if he can. When a woman says she will, she will it she wants to. make lier lay •atchinç, digging, hunting . _ about for the majority her food. My experience Is to give your birds the fuel, and th...
CLASS D.—PRESERVES. Judge.—MR. McKINNELL, Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
Class O. -PRESERVES. i Judge.—Mb. McKisneix, Melbourne. Four varieties jam. Mrs. Bran ni gan X, Mrs. Hampton 2, Mrs. Lord hon. mention. Bottled fruit. Miss F. Dalgleish 1. Jelly. Mrs. L. Asbby 1, Miss Dalgleish 2. Mrs. Brannigrtn boa. mention. Home made pickles. Mrs. Matthews 1, Miss Matthews bon. mention. Home made tomato sauce. Miss Dalgleish ), Mrs. Ray 2. Liquid honey. Airs. Styles 1, J. Brown 2. Rasberry jam. Mrs. Hampton 1, M iss G. Blackshaw 2. I Plum jam. Miss G. Blackshaw 1, I Miss Dalgleish 2. "'Class E.—DAIRY PRODUCE. ! Judge.—Mb. Stoker, Trafalgar. 1 Freeh dairy butter. Miss A. Mat thews 1, W. H. Matthews 2. Heo eggs. R. H. Roberts 1, Mr. Bor-1 land 2. I
A MAN'S PURPOSE IN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
A MAN'S PURPOSE IN LIFE. This is' what Henry Wad* Beecher has to say on this subject:— A man's purpose in life should be like a river, which was born of a thousand little rills in the moun tains; and when at lastiit has reached its manhood in the. plain, though, if you watch it, you sfchll see little eddies that seem as If they had changed their minds, and were going back again to the mountains, yet all its mighty cur rent flows, changeless, to the sea. If you build a dam across it, in a tew hours It will go over it with a voice of victory. If tides check it at its mouth, it is only that when they ebb It can sweep on again to the &lt; o its direction for the thou sand streams that fall into it on the right hand and on the left, but only
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
Sir Ian Hamilton, in Us book on the Russo-Japanese War, relates one amusing incident in connection with bis stay at Tokio, where he. was, en- - chanted by the smiles of the "Oei shas." He met a lady called Honor able Miss Sparrow, and asked aß in terpreter to say to her that he would like to carry her oiF in a beautiful, golden cage. The compliment did not please the lady. She sulked, and soon went away. Sir Ian took some pains to find out why, and he eventually dis covered that his speech had been translated thus—"As you are a spar row, rwish you would shut yoursell up in- a box." *'■
TOBACCO SAVES A MAN'S LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
TOBACCO SAVES A MAN'S LIFE. In Cyrus Townsend Brady's "Iadian Fights and Fighters" is a tale of two scouts, Trudeau and Stillwell, who : carried to General Carpenter through an Indian-infested country the Hews that Major Forsyth was being be sieged in' the sands of Beecher's Island by a thousand .warriors. Here is on* incident of their journey:— "During this day a large party of scouting Indians halted within 100Í feet of the wallow where the scouts were biding. Simultaneously with thoir arrival a wandering rattlesnake made its appearance in front of the t,wo scouts, who were hugging the earth and expecting every minute to be discovered. "In this way the rattlesnake was as deadly as the Indians. The scouts could have killed him easily had It not been for the proximity of the Cheyennes. To malte the slightest movement would call attention to their hiding-place. Indeed, the sinis ter rattle of the snake before he struck would probably attract the notice of the alert Indians. Between t...
RAINIEST PLACES ON EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 19 April 1906
RAINIEST PLACES ON EARTH. Recent Information indicates that Cbcrrapunji, the Assam, and Debunla, in the Kamerun, hold the record for heavy rainfall. They measure it In feet there, not inches. During the period from 1895 to 1903 inclusive, the average yearly rain fall at Cherrapunji was no less thán 36 feet 9 & inches. For the same period at Debunja, the average yearly fall was 34 feet 3 y2 Inches. The rainiest year ever recorded at Cherrapunji was 1851, wnen 48% feet of rain fell during the twelve months. On June 16, 4902, at Debunja, al most 18 inches of rain fell during that singlo day. These immense falls of rain are at tributed to the influence of tropical i oceans approaching close to lofty I mountains. I Wild-eyed Man: I want some sooth ing syrup, qpiek! Chemist:' "What sized bottle? Wild-eyed .Man: Bottle! I want a barrel. It's twins! Cook (to mistress): Now, I'm a leayin' of yer, ma'am, I may as well tell yer as th' key o',th' kitchen door fits yer storeroom. , One o...
COALVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
COALVILLE. The Railway Commissioners paid Coalville a visit on Th-rsday, and were interviewed a deputation, which laid the wants oí the resident» before the commissioners. The first request was that a cream shed bo reected, to store ereain while awaiting transit, Mr. l'ait promised to have the shed erected. The' next request waa that a lady be placed in charge of the» station. This was declined un the» ground that the traffic did not warraut it. Several other matters were taken, note of for further consideration.