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CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free of cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SUNDAY NEXT, MAY 13, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free of cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning (o ensure publication.] Sbkday Next, Mat 13, 1906. Wesleyan CflDTtcH.—Trafalgar, 11 a.ni, Mr. Singleton; Trafalgar, 7 p.m., Mr. Giblett; Trafalgar South. 3 p.m., Mr TiUotson; Coal ville, 3 p.m., Mr. Siugleton; Thorpdale, 3 p.m., Mr. Alters; Thorpdale South, 11 a-m., x; Narracan, 7 p.m., Mr. Akers; «oe, 7 p.m., Eev. Edwards; Tanjil South, 2.30 p.m., Eev. Edwards; Hill End. 11 a.m., Eev. Edwards; Swamp, S p.m., Mr. Giblett. Ccuiton op England.—Eev. C. W. T. Eogers will conduct services on Sunday as follows : —Trafalgar 11 a.m., (Holy Commun ion); Swamp W.,'3 p.m.; Yarragon 7 p.m., i (Church Anniversary). ! Mr. C. E. Wilson will conduct services on Sunday as fallows:—Moe, 11 a.m.; Tanjil South. 2.30 p.m.; Trafalgar, 7 p.m. Presbyterian Church.—The Eev. J. A. Taylor will conduct services next Sunday as follows:—1Trafalgar, 11 a.in; Willowgrove, 2.80 p.m.; Moe, 7 p.m. i
THE CHARM OF CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
THE CHARM OF CHILDREN. 1a those homes which are blessed with a children's hour, what wrinkly are smoothed away by the touch of soft, chubby fingers! What turbulent moods are calmed by the pretty prat tle of flute-like voices! The fastest locked stroQghoiUs are thrown wide open at the challenge of the "blue eyed banditti," There are few things i in literature more pathetic than the love of cold, hard Mr. Dombey for lit tle Paul. And this is a matter of ac tual and everyday experience, for the entrance to some hearts is so narrow that at first there is only room enough to admit a little chilu. The power of the little ones consists in their very innocence; they bear in their hands that lily, the magic might of which gates of brass cannot resist. The in tegrity won and tested may be morally better, but there is a rare attractive ness in the simplicity that has not even the knowledge of good and evil. We reverence the rouna-eyed wonder at this strange, sinful world, of those who have so ...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
AUCTION REMINDERS. Skews aud Patterson, &lt;|iiarterly hort>e -;i!r, at Warragal, mi Wednesday, ¿:$nl mat. Henry Hanson, sale by miction, a Mi»-, 30th ioat.. oí property situriU- at Necrim ;uil Moe. Particulars in artvt. Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnçi. TraL^ir Rtock sales lirst and third Saturdays in ea'-h month. NVxt sale—May lit. Meters. Mathieaou and Davi*. Trafalgar ! »tocW «ilea second and third Saturdays in each 1 month. Next salt;—May 12. Mettsra. Matliieson and Davis. Moe M " k , sales last Saturday in each month. Next &lt;.do — Hay 30. M«wsrs. SkewR and Patterson, Yarra->n stock sales fortnightly. Next sale -M.;y t¿ Mosers. Adamaon. Strolt-U* :uul Co. Mel bourne stock 9ales au follow—Ncwniaik-', Tuesdays, aud Wednesdays; Corpor.i! . ' Yards, Thursdays sind Fridays. I
WORK FOR THE GIRLS AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
I WORK FOR THE GIRLS AT HOME. I ■Every girl, if she be not thoroughly selhsh, should. ue anxious to lift some of tliu burden of household manage ment from her mother's shoulders on to her own; but, unfortunately, many girls wait to be asked to do things instead of being constantly on tlit look out for little duties which they are capable of doing, if you would be oí any real use in the home, you must be quick to notice "what is wanted— lue room that needs dusting, the ilowers which require re-arranging, the curtain wiiich has lost a ring, and is therefore drooping. And then, you must not only be willing to do what is needed, but willing to do it pleasantly, without making people feel that you are being martyred. Such girls as these are not only treasures in the home, but they are the girls that the sensible men of the present day are seeking for wives.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MAllKET W. 0-. White, Australian Produce Auction Booms, 491 to 497 Flinders Laae West, re porta as follows:— Cheese.—Market steady. Fair supplies. Prime Iin&lt;fä oí new makes, 5Jd. to üd.¡ good matured, 7-J4. to *¿d. Medium, now, to 5.1d* Loaf sizcCd. to 7^-d. Inferior lots lower. ' Fresh Butter.—Market stóadj.P^via¡>¿3c torvlmnp realised to 10$d., a fevvspeci al lots higher, prime separator, 8Jd to 9d. flood 7jd. to 8d., poor lower. Rggs.i—Market steaty*. Ordinary lines Is. 4d dozen- Private lm^sjugher. Bacon.—Steady. Light tq^n cured sides 7d. to 7¿d.; middles "id. to f*u.; hams 7|d. to 9d ; lard, 4jd. to 5d in bladders. Houey.—Prime extracted, 3d. to 3jd.; me dium,dull, to îjd. Beeswax is. Id per lb. Carcase Pi^rk. —- Kinn. Fciday only Prime »reigfcns, well-dressed, reaiiswi id. to 4jd : m-vlimn and heavy weights 2^d to 3d. &lt; iio))pe¡s ÍOP"fr. Primo veaU-rs lo 3d, (Habere Zjd. to 2fd. Ponltiy.—-Good demand for j.riroo table birds, poor lot...
Her Revenge. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
Her Revenge. An old farmer, when he went to market, used to leave his well-filled basket with the host of the principal hotel, and return to dine later in the day. Hearing that an old widow sup plied good dinners at a greatly reduced rate, he transferred his custom there, leaving his basket, as usual, earlier in the day. The widow was not long in noticing that he ate a great deal more than his two shillings' worth, so she decided to teach him a lesson. Next time he came she was profuse in her apolo gies, and said that every seat in the dining-room was occupied, but would he mind having his dinner alone in a private room? Of course he didn't mind, and when dinner-time arrived he sat down to a smoking leg of mut ton, and did such justice .to it that when he rose it was merely a skele ton. He tendered two shillings as usual, but the widow said she could not accept anything, as he had been so much inconvenienced. Highly elated, tde farmer prepared for home, and lilted his market-basket ...
A REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
A REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE. A Birmingham iady is authority for the story of a remarkable coincidence. A year ago she was crossing the Me nai Straits when Bhe lost her watch, but was compensated'by picking up a valuable gold bracelet, which some body else had lost. Some time later, at Cheltenham a lady saw the .bracelet" and remarked .thaMtjrwL exactly like -one sh.©^ baû lost,, and produced , a waten which she had found at the same time. An exchange'was made, and thus two ladies became possesed again of their own property.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Messrs. Adamson, Strettle and Co. report under date '1th May:— We had a much. Jaeger yarding of cattle to-day, over 1100 head. Milkers and forward springers were in good, demand, and so were good young dairy cows and well-grown springiugYieifers but^tker classes ^era dull... particul aily steers «tul young stock. AIii.kers.--~The supply was only a moderate one, and we had no díüiculty in making a clearance, prices ranging from £7 10s. t.o £10 5s. SpRiXGliûâ.—Moderate yarding and. Feady sale. ""Best made from £8"to £9 5s.; extra to £10 5s.; good from £6 15s. to .£7 10s. Best springing heifers from £G 10s to £7 lös.; medium and backward, from £i. Dry dairy cows, from £3 10s. to £4 15s. Store cows, from £3 to £4 5s.; Becond quality, from £2 to £2 10s. Steers, to £4 10s. Heifers,—Two years old, 57s. to G5s,; 18-raonths-old heifers, from 35s. to 50s.; 12 to 18-month s-old heifers, 20s. to 358.
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. Skews and Patterson report haviug held iheir ueoal weekly market at their yards, Warragul, on Thursday last. There was a splendid yarding, und the outside at tendance of buyers was good, but young cattle aud stores were dull. Dairy stock was, however, in splendid demand, and cows close to tbeir work (and showing quality) are scarce and dear. They quote as under:—Pigs: Suckers 3s to 4s Cd, slips 5s to 8s, stores 12s to 15s öd, large do. 20s, store sows 20s to 25s Gd, porkerB 16s to 26s, baconers 35s 6d to 40s. Sheep — Crossbred ewes, in lamb, 18s 6a, aged do. 13s Od, fat lambs 13s 2d, store do. 10a, crossbred wethers 18s, merino do. 14s lid. Cattle-900 head yarded. Fat cows, best, £5 10s to £6 2a, others £4 10s to £5 5s, forward cows £4: to £4 7s Gd, stores, best. ;£3 to £3 10s, others 50s to 60s, a^ed from 30s, steers, 2\ years, £3 to £3 3s, do., 18 months, 42s 6d to 47s Gd, do., 1 year, 30s to 35s, milkers and springers, best, £7 to £8, second, do., £5 10s to £...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Messrs. Adamson, Strettle and Co. report under date 3rd Hay:— In to-day's market 1620 pigs were penned. Stores.—About *100 Lead, mostly indifferent sorts both as regards breed ing and quality, the bulk being diffi cult to quit at extremely low figures. A few pens of extia strong sorts of good quality sold readily at improved rates, making from 15s. to 18s.; others 6s. to lis.; slips and suckers, 2s. to 7s. * Porkers--The' supply was within requirements consequently the demand was brisk at advanced rates! prime heavy-weights realizing from 31s. to 34s.; prime medium, 20s. to 30s; light, from 20s. to 24s. Bacon Pigs were lightlj supplied, aud consisted chiefly o£ better quality sorts than last week- The demand 1 was good at prices fully equal to last quotations. Prime heavy, 45s. to 40s.; extra, to 53s.; prime medium, 39s. to 43s.; light, from 35s. Back Fatteks.—A fait* supply, which realized slightly higher figures. Extra prime heavy fats, 60s. to 65s.; weighty ...
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
NARRACAN. A very successful and eíijoyablí euchre I party aDd daoce was held in the Public Hall o» Wednesday Inst 'ihere was',a good at tendance, the prize-winners being : Ladies, Miss lilaud ; gents', Mr 13. Schmidt. At the conclusion of the play, light refreshment were handed round, after which a few bouts were pleasantly spent iü dancing, etc. The semi-fiîinls of the Nasracan tenDis tournament will be ployed on Saturday next, and the Jinals the following Saturday.
IMOGEN'S INTRIGUE CHAPTER XLII.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 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 XLil.—Continued. ^/-Tík] jlu in thy net which he hac r another, he realised that ¿ rvvard course would bu best ade a clean breast ot every the serpent I When the man r-ucluded, he begged ] Mr. Fletcher to savu'hlm—10 help J to escupe conviction and transporta-, America, he saia, with a nervous sob, I and would promise never to iiti his hand to any wrong again if he could | go free. Mr. Fletcher pitied, while same time he felt an utter contempt | for him. 1-le promised to do whai could to mitigate his condition, al- I though he did not encourage the hope I that he would escape aií punishment. After leaving him he again hat: ed home, for he wished to see Imogen | and ascertain when and how she J changed the children oil board the [on had told him that he could ïur that she had effected the ;e, for he had not been an eye bearing the perfora-1 pointed t...
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
MARKET REPORTS. TUAFALGAU STOCK SALE. Messrs. J. K. Jennings and Mclnnes Xrt having held their usual stock on Saturday, 5th May, when •150 cattle yarded, consisting mostly of lines of steers and heifers, with a small proportion of dairy and fat cows. Prices were unaltered from last sale rates, and nearly the whole yarding was sold. Milkers and Springers to £6 7s. 6d.; dry dairy cows to £5 7a. 6d.; Springing heifers to £5 10s.; in lines from £3 5s. to £4 15s.; fat cows £5 5s. to £6 15s.; store cows 55s. to £3 16s.; 2j year old steers £3 5s.; 18 months to 2-year-old steers £2 2s. to £2 7s. 2\ to 3 years old heifers to £3 10s.; 18 months heifers £2 9s.; vearl-. ings 308. to 34s.; good poddies £1 -is. 6d.; others from 10s. Also three light horses at current rates.
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
1. Subscriber« who do not give espies notice to the contrary arc consilium! a® wishing to Costjsce their subscription. 'I. If subscribers order the discontinuai* o ot their periodicals, the publisher may con tinue to send them until Arrbakr are jwid. 3. If Subscribers refuse or neglect to Tcike» periodicals from the oflice to which they arc directed, tW »re held R»*r«>¡siB/.r. until thev have settled Uxeir bills, and ordered ilf* periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to otUr place* without informing publishers, and the pap-.-r* are seat to their former direction. the sub scribers are responsible. 5. The oourU have decided that ''refusing to take periodicals from the olhco on removing or leaving them nnc-alled for i» prima fací» evidence of intentional Fiutn." 6. If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to ¿iva Notice u> the publisher, »♦ the end of the urn?, that. tliov do not wislr to continuo taking, it utiirr- ^ wise the poblisber w ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
The Netos is a first-class advertiser. , First-class * rioting executed at this office at reasonable prices. For Bronchial Couglis take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is. Gd. Wuex He is Not A Fool.—A man is nearly always a fool. If he be young the world says, "When he is older he will know more." IE he be older it says "He is old enough to know better." And when he is old it says, "'fhere is no kind of fool equal to an old fool." Ami though at ajl ages "a fool and'liia money are soon parted," there is one tinie in bis life when the badness man is no fool, and th*t happy moni&iïlÉMBteben he makes up kis min&lt;^J»*adFeiifcR£-^^«jo>ir«al. ... ■ tor Children* Hacking Cough at Night, Woods' Qiwtt Peppermint Cure. Is. 6d. A iiivge uùd Well-selfcted Stock oí Seasonable Goods jusl to hand, at Yule's Drapery Emporffliu. Trafalgar. Suite to mensure a speciality-—Advt.
THE CITY OF LUCKNOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
THE CITY-OF? LUCKNOW. Lucknow is a city with, a population of 272,600, and is the largest city in India after Calcutta, Madras and Bom bay. Deep interest attaches to the ruined Residency and its crowded cemetery, many of the localities being closely identified with the heroic achievements in 1857-58 of a handful of plucky English men and women against tho efforts of a formidable army. It was formerly renowned for its riches and flourishing trade, and the city proper is said to occupy the site of the debris of some three-score villages, of which, however, not the slightest trace remains. The melan choly events of the Mutiny reduced the number of handsome houses by one-half, while the rich and various manufactures largely disapeared, though of recent years signs of general improvement are manifest Viewed from a distance, Lucknow is said to be one of the world's large cities. It contains two noble mosques, an "Imambara" of imperial dimen sions, some magnificent tombs and spacious palac...
CHAPTER XLIII. Conclusion. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
CHAPTER XLilII. Conclusion. Ou his arrival at Beechcote, Mr. Fletcher found Alice even more com fortable than when he left lier a few hours previous, and sitting up, al though lier foot was still badl> swol len and too lame to admit of her mov ing about. She greeted him with a flush and a strangely-fluttering heart, for she had not forgotten his caress of the morning, and was still wondering what had prompted him to bestow it. He sat down beside her and inquired if she felt able to listen to a somewhat lengthy, but very interesting, story. She looked considerably surprised at the question, but said she was perfect ly able and would like to hear it "You will remember that you thought it strange I should ask you this morning if you had another mark on your right ankle like the one on the left, and I told you I would explain the matter to you later," Mr. Fletcher be gan. "Yes," Alice assented, and at once gave him her earnest attention. Then the gentleman proceeded to tell her the s...
WOMAN'S WORLD. A BUSY HOUSEKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906
WOMAN'S WORLD. A BUSY HOUSEKEEPER. ¿i general, on lus return from the wars, snowed his family a regimental Hag, all tattered and torn, and riddled with bullets, which he had captured from the enemy with his own nands. On the following morning the trophy waa to be presented to the general commahding-in-chief. When he came to look for the ilag, his industrious housekeeper brought it to him, with a smile o£ proud satisfaction, and said, " I sat up all night and mended the ilag. It now looks nearly as good as new."