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THORPDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
THORPDALE. From Our Own Correspondcn The final match between the Thorpdale and .Mirboo football teams was played on the Mirboo gronnd, the home t»nm winning by 2 G to 1 goal. As Thorpdale are minor prem iers and Imve tho right to challonge. the grand final will bo plnyed at an early date. The local Tennis club intend pro viding an entertainment. AEuohre party and dance is in contemplation An air of prosperity permeates the local Mechanics Institute- Two Air Gas lamps havo recently been placed in the Ladies and Gent'e waiting rooms, while tables and chairs have been installed. In ad dition, book cases have beon erected capable of holding a few thousand iiooks for the Library. Tho residents of Thorpdalo are watching for the 'Elopement of Ellen' with a considerable amount of inter est. Sue!- an unusual event prom ises to attract hundrods of people to Thorpdale and it will mark a red let ter day in our history. Wives and daughters, husbands and sons, are all discussing tho same topic, a...
FOOTBALL, TRAFALGAR v. YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
FOOTBALL, TRAFALGAR v. YARRAGON. The second meeting of the above twmi t.h!-> NciHon look place on the Yarrago:i ground lust Wednesday. Unl'ortmmtely, for both tho players ami spectators. tin) weather condit io:^ wori' the! reverse from ideal. All day lory, tho clouds had hnng low over th&lt;; Strezlecki rangeH and their ominous appearance wns suf ficiently portending to warrant a lideral parado of umbrella's, over coats, gloves and such like wintor necessities. Notwithstanding this, there was a fair attendanco of spec tator?, itu'lndinc; a moderate sprink ling of the lair sex. Both teams Were well represented, but tho heavy condition of the ground owing to the soaking rain tho night prev iously, in addition to a strong biting wind blowing across tho ground, pre vented an open exposition of the game. Nearly the wholo of tho four quarters play was confined to the eastern end and .the ball worked nut. of bounds with monotonous regular ity. Play was consequently cramped and s...
Trafalgar Poultry Society. COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
Trafalgar Poultry . Society. COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of tho Poultry Society Committee, was held in the Mechan ics hall on Monday night last. The balance sheet showed a Biirplus of nearly £14. which was considered highly satisfactory. Complimentary reforence was made by members of the splondid work dono by tho Secretary. Mr Kendal Foretaan, at tho recent show, and an honorarium of £5 was votod to him. The Society is anxious to raiso snffijiont money in order to par chase coops, as the prpsent system of hiring involve!! heavy oxponse. A. number of suggestions, with this objoct iu view, wero discussed, hut nothing definite was decided upon. It i" likely, however, that a young birds show, (for members only) will eventually be decided upou. Meetings will bo hold monthly to inrther the interests o£ the Society.
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
NARRACAN. From Our Own Correspondent. Tho annual meeting o£ members of the "Peoples Party" was hold in tho Public hall on Saturday evening last, Mr T. White, (President) pre siding over a good attendance of membora. Tho miniUcH of tho last annual meeting; were conftrmed and | a longthy budget of correspondence dealt with. Tho Secretary's report and balanco sheet disclosed a moat satisfactory state o£ affairs, iho membership numbering 54 while tho balanco in hand was over £f>. During tho past year tho Prosidout of the Peoples party, Mr Sambell, and Mr W.H. Edgar, had both vis ited tho branch and delivered inter esting uddreasej. Mr Munro gavo a Imigthy and in teresting report on the lust meeting of the Floctoral committee, held ill Traralgon, stating '.over 50 delegates wero present. Bofore vacating the chair, the re tiring Presidont, in a neat speech re viewed tho work of tho branch for the past yesr and expressed his ap preciation for the aasiBtanco he hail received from members...
RIVAL METHODS. Teeth Extracted at Fred H. Macartney's [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
RIVAL METHODS. Teeth Extracted at Fred H. Macartney's Thieves, who apparently lack the touch of professionalism ot their city brethren, nre causing some annoyance to local business people by their dep redations. The amatourish method of smnshing windows, points to the fact that the perpetrators are by no means exports. Some time ago the window of Mr Chapman, jowoller. was broken in. and goods to the value of £14 abstracted. On Saturday night. Mr Wacartnoy, Dentist, had a similar experience, the same method of purloining goods being omployed. Several vulcanite plates and show material, which the tbievos probably mistook for gold, disappeared. They will be of little value to anyone. Mr Macartney has had the fact im pressed upon him I hat he lias a rival in tho profession whoso methods of extracting toeth are decidedly unpro fessional and certainly dishonorable. Some day our worthy towsman may have the pleasure . ol returning the compliment by extruding tho offen ders molars, and the o...
Skating Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
Skating Capnival. An enjoyable Fancy Dress aud Skating Carnival was managed by Mr O. L. F. Anderson at the Tra falgar Mechanics Institute on Wed nesday, 8th hist. Many of the fifty skaters, some of whom came from Warragul, Moe and Yarragon, must have gone to considerable trouble and much thought over the fashioning of their cos tumes. Kueli person present was provided with a voting card and re quested to register his or her judge ment of the best character, costume and skater. Nearly all the prizes were given to the visiting Warragul skaters. Considerable amusement was given by the antics and tumbling indulged in by Messrs Bliss and Robinson of Moe. These gentle men appeared as tumbler and clown and they seemed to be most of the time 011 the floor. In the street tliey would have been removed as obstructions ; in the hall, the good humor and skill of tho skators averted any serious accident. Master Hill of Warragul, appeared as a schoolboy, who, like Harry Lauder had had his slate ki...
HOW TO GET RID OF BORES. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
HOW TO GET RID OF BORES. 1 "Come in and sue how 1 yet riil of 1 bores. You've often asked my recipe, i and I'm about to deal with one." It j was an old banker who was speaking, and he showed his guest into the pri I Vine olhce. | "Hullo," began the bore, "just drop i pod in to have a talk about poor James. I suppose " | os, ot course; neglected his busi* ; ness, lost enormous sums ot* money, t fell a victim to the terrible curse of : intemperance, squandered his for tune, and even lost his home. Too bad!" "Awful! Did you hear " 'Certainly. Tried to drown his .sorrows, lost his situation, and was left to his own resources. Drifted away into a great ciiv, family sutfer ed, he braced up, found honest em ployment, won friends, and was doing well, everything considered." '"I hat's right, but " "So I heard, hack with us again, lie has a line position, looks like Ills olu self, and everybody happy." "Do you think he'll " "J know ue will. A few kind friends think otherwise, but he's all rig...
MARRIAGE PROPOSALS OF FAMOUS MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
MARRIAGE PROPOSALS OF FAMOUS MEN. Timidity can scarcely bo said to have marked the wooings and propo se s oi some of the men whoso names are household words, although tho manner in whic-'i some ot' them "pop ped me iiuestion" provides a hint or l\vo lor tnose anxious bachelors who wish to propose in a pretty and ar iuuur manner. Nothing could have ueen more charming man tiie way Daunt Webster proposed. One day, when kneeling beiore his lady-love, ne suddenly uropped tliC'Skeio of sill; Mir was winding oil' his hands, and made ivtiii a piece of lapo half a true lovers Knot. The lady (a, .Miss Kiel ciierj completed it, and a kiss sealed the bargain. ?.()&lt;» yon know, people say we are going'io ne married?" said Sir Alex* ainii.i Dun iionkm one (iay to the neauiitul Lady Austin,, ami before she count repiy he added, "Shall we make it true?" And they did. Tolstoi was -1)01(1 fts usual. lie pro* pnseu t»y letter, in which he wrote: .'tei. me sincerely, do you wish to be my wile...
PUTTING BABY TO BED. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
PUTTING BABY TO BED. It Is not desirable to lay a baby 011 | Its buck when Bleep is wished lor. ICIther one sido or the other is best] and, if possible, it is woll to ilec tm tout it 11 rat to one side and then to the other, as this obviates railing into the habit of being able to sleep only ) on one side. Dnl a child who is wide awake and of n happy disposition, so that it lies cooing to itself and watch ing the mysteries of its own ten lin . gors, is all the better for being laid on ItB back, as the spine Is thereby ! kept straight and unstrained, and I growth goes on apace, jnst as it does j when a growing boy or girl la compel led, from accldelit, to spend a tew I wooks in a recuiubont position and | tlmlij when allowed to get up that none of his or her clothes are long ouough
A BEAUTY SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
BEAUTY SECRET. The beauty o£ freshness, though not of feature, may be secured by any healthy woman, and it is certain ly worth striving for. To secure a nice, clear complexion, bathe night ami morning, using warm water and a gooil soap, which must b'j thoroughly rinsed olt beforo drying. Kat in moderation, avoiding all indi gestible foods, strong tea, col'feo and alcohol. Keep as cheery and amiable as possible, for nothing causes ugllor lines in the lace than depression and ill-tomper. When washing the hands, rub thorn over with a bit of lemon, for tlio julco has a cleansing and softening effect on the skin. Lemon-juice, diluted with an equal quantity of water, is some times used to remove freckles, but for many people this remedy would bo to drastic.
Even Chances. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
Even Chancei. Detectivo (investigating case In connection with olflco) to ofllce boy: Who arrives at the office first in the morning, Mr. Jonos or bis partner? Oflico Boy: Sometimes one, some times the other, Bir. Detectivo: Can you give mp aviy In* formation by which I can discover on what day Mr. Jones 1b likely to arrive flrst? Oiilco Boy: Well, air, at tlrat ho was always last, but later ho began to get earlier, till at laBt ho waB first, though ho had always been bohind. Ho soon got later again, though of lato ho has been sooner, and at last ho got behind aa before. But I ex pect ho'll bo getting earlier sooner or later. Detectivo: I see. Tho only correot actions are those whloh require no explanation and no apology.
MR. BIRRELL'S GHOST STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
MR. BIRRELL'S GHOST STORY. Mr. Birrell told a gboBt Btory at the Bristol Press Fund dinner, when re sponding to the toast, "Literature! and Journalism." In referring to a recent speech by Dr. Silvanus Thompson on "the importance of science, Mr. Birrell said: "I don't know, my Lord Mayor( whether you ever have bad dreams, but I bavo been haunted over since I was almost a boy by tho constant re petition of oue and the Kama dream. "It comes to me again and again. It is this. 1 dream I am walking about somowhere In some plain or de sert, and I suddenly encounter the agitated ghost of Sir Isaac Newton. - lie approaches mo, his eye almost starting out of his head; he tells me who ho 1B, and how Ignorant he Is of all that has happened in the world of science since he left. " 'Now,' ho says, 'I want you to tell mo in a fow wordB-for I have only a quarter of an hour left-all that baa happened to tho raco; the progress. How is it? I know what It was when I left It. What is it now?' "My heart ...
THE CRISIS. IN WHICH FATE INTERVENED TO SOLVE A BIG PROBLEM OF LIFE AND LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
THE CRISIS. - IN WHICH FATE INTERVENED TO SOLVE A BIG PROBLEM OF LIFE AND LOVE. She knelt by (.he open wiiulow, the light evening breeze Stirling; her cuiiy hair, her tear-wet eyes fixed on Hie blue-black silhouette ol' tin- tur rets of Fittleworth Park against the western sky. The mull who h;ul gently opened the door Stared at lie-, fidgeted, tlien coughed artificially, ami, entering, closed the door behind him. 1'an la IHihctoii, whose glorious violet eyes had stared at Londoners from play-bill and placard tor eigh teen months- she was, until her mys terious resignation from the Cour tier's Theatre three months before,' ill the iirst rank of our more serious actresses-Started and glanced at the intruder over her shoulder. ''.lie had arrived at the "Fox and Dragon" in the little sleepy Sussex village that evening, and had bar gained at a preposterous price for ttve 1 exclusive use of its one and only par- ! lor. ! The man bowed and smiled. , "I'm sorry to disturb your de votions," ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
Special Announcement. -WAERAGUL. &C0. (WING to increased Railway Facilities we are now doing a Steadily increasing business in Your District and Neighborhood, and Cus tomers will find it very much to their advan to send their orders to us WHY? BECAUSE pur prices are much Lower. Even less than Mel bourne when Freight added. BECAUSE of Greater Variety, Larger Stocks, . Direct - Importations from Manufacturers, Seasonable. Novelties. Up-to-date Goods all the Year Round IF Yon wnnt Anything from a Needle to an Anchor, Send us a Trial Order. Wc Guarantee Yon will be pii-nsi-d and become a Regular , Customer. Drapers. Grocers, Ironmongers, Wine & Spirit Merchants Central Emporium, Warragul. Millar-Wade Automatic Miiker. The Last Word in Milk ing Machines. Revolutionises work in the cow yard. Can bo carried in the pocket. Marvellous in it* simplicity. Requires no expert knowledge in order to work it. A Boy of Twelve with Four of these Machines can milk THIRTY COWS AN ftOUR ...
SYMPATHY FOR OUR SUPERIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
I SYMPATHY FOR OUR SUPERIORS.] Sympathy' for those who are strong er, wealthier, healthier, more inliuen tial, and higher iu authority than our selves, is mot so easily rendered. It does not otteu occur to us to extend the sympathetic hand or word to those whom wo look upon us iu any way our superiors, and yet none need our sympathy more than such as these. The minister is expected to leel l'or and with his parishioners, hut the truth is that the minister needs sympathetic encouragement from them quite as much. So, too, ot lie physi cian and his patient. One of Tenny son's biographies quotes the IJueeu as saying ot the Laureato-"Wheu 1 took leave of him 1 thanked him for his kindness, and said 1 needed it, for 1 had gone through so much, and he said-'You arc so alono an that terrible height; it is terrible.' The Sover eign appreciated kindness, considera tion and sympathy from her subjects, and tho poet had a full realisation of what it meant to be so high up us to ho practically al...
The Why and the Wherefore ROMANTIC ORIGINS OF FAMILIAR WORDS AND DEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 10 July 1914
The Why and the Wherefore ROMANTIC ORIGINS OF FAMILIAR WORDS AND DEEDS. It veil toll llu> average man of edu cation ihat many ot tlio prosaic acts In- perlorina daily, many of the cus miiis In' observes, lind t!vt-n Hie clot ius lie weal's, alt; so many roman nu survivals of Ihe age ot chivalry or of si ill more remote awes, he will probably .smile a! you Willi amused In credulity; and yet, unconscious as lie may he, lie is in a hundred ways fol lowing in ihe footsteps of his Ioiik gune predecessors. When, for example, lie icmoves his hat un entering a friend's house In; is iniilatinK 1 he knight of mediaeval davs who, hefore stepping into a castle hall, dolled his helmet as proot to his lust that he came in peace, ami hy ? litis removing the most vital part til' his armor, showed his absolute re liance on a friendly reception. And when ihe soldier of to-day raises his hand in salute, it is an indication that, like Ihe cavalier of old. lie would lie really to "unhelin" out of pol...
II. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 17 July 1914
II. "I'm awfully sorry," faltered Nancy, j with a startled look In her lovely eyes, "but what you ask is impossible. I cannot marry you. I hadn't the loast Idea " "But now you know you'll soon bring yourself to say 'Yes' - and 'Thank you," too," said Austin Myers, in his most egotistical tone. "Why, it's a chance you'd never get again it you lived to be a hundred. I'm some body, I am-and I mean to get to the very top! That's why I stuck out here for ten long yea'rs. I wanted the 'pilo' to be big enough to float mo over there in the old country, and it is. I'll settle a rattling good sum on you, and " "Please, please stop. I really am grateful for the honor you have paid mo," broke in Nancy, hurriedly, "but it is impossible. Do believe me, and never refer to the matter again." A dark flush crept over Myers's face, and the look was in his eyes which had made many a wretched underling cower. Ho seized Nancy's wrist and held it in a fierce grip. "It can't be impossible, unless there's s...
A KIMBERLEY ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 17 July 1914
KIMBERLEY ROMANCE. By Maud Douglas. Austin Myers hnd made his "pile," ; and could return home to spend the rest of his life In luxury and ease .1* uoon as ho chose to do so. He had sent In his resignation to headquarters over six months ago; hie successor had been chosen, had arrived, and was as comfortably set tled in the oilieial residence as any one could bo in Kimboriey-which in no circumstances can ever be mis taken for heaven on earth. Ever since Austin .Myers first sol foot in the place he announced in forcible language his fixed intention of not remaining one moment longer than was required for the making of the "pilo" which lie had set out to accumulate, and in that resolve lie was entirely in harmony witli every one else there whose creed was work like a nigger, get rich quickly, and "get back" as soon as possible. ' Consequently, after the new mana ger's arrival, everyone prepared to flay "good-bye" to the old one-with out regret either; for Myers was any thing but popula...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 17 July 1914
Special Announcement. & CO. ARRAGUL. OWING to increased Railway Facilities we are now doing a Steadily, increasing business in Your District and Neighborhood, and Cus tomers will find it very much to their advan to send their orders to us WHY ? BECAUSE our prices are much Lower. Even less than Mel bourne when Freight added. BECAUSE of Greater Variety, Larger Stocks, jDirect Importations from Manufacturers, Seasonable. Novelties. Up-to-date Goods all the Year Round IF Yon wimt Anything from n. Naedle to Send us a Trial Order. an Anchor, Wo Gi autoe You will be plenfcil and become a Regular Customer. Drapers. Grocers, Ironmongers, Wine & Spirit Merchants Central Emporium, Warragul. Millar-Wade Automatic Milker. The Last Word in Milk ing Machines. Revolutionise.- work in tho cow yard. Can bo curried in tho pocket. Marvellous in its simplicity. Requires no export knowledge in order to work it. A Boy of Twelve with Four of these Machines can milk H THIRTY COWS AN HOUR j C...
AFTER MANY YEARS. MONEY IN A BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 17 July 1914
AFTER. MANY YEAB& MONEY IN A BANK. The mistake of Mr. A. Whitehall^ of Union Bridge, Maryland (U.S.A.)i la going to the wrong bank, has re veaiod that he is the possessor qX a deposit of £200, and interest, amount ing to nearly £300. The money bas long awaited a claimant. Seventeen years ago MM. Sarah White hall deposited £200 in a bank* and three years later she died. The bank officials made Inquiries, but could never find the next of ldn. A day or two ago Mr. Whitehall had business at the Farmer' and Meohan Ics' Bank, but want Instead to the 1 Frederick County Bank, where It vaa found that the money was h&. T. Kashlarn, who was formerly a star aviator in the Japanese army, and who recently lived at Mlllfire, hoa Angeles, bns adopted a new way of evading justice. When a constable called this week to attach his biplano for a debt of £25 the machine was gone, and all the constable could see, with the aid of glasses, was a far-away speck In the aky.