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"WHO STOLE THE WATCH?" [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906

"WHO STOLE THE WATCH?" A few years ago a respectable-look ing man waB charged at Bow-street, before the chief magistrate, Sir James Ingham, with stealing a watch from a fellow-traveller in a railway carriage; but on remand, the prosecutor admit ted that he had made a great mistake, tor he found that he had left his watch at home on the day in question. Sir James, who was naturally a kind hearted man, wished to throw oil on the troubled waters, and said: "It was a most remarkable occurrence. To show how liable we all were to make mistakes, he might say that he had that day been guilty of the same over sight, for when he left his house at Kensington he was under the impres sion that he had his watch in his pocket, but when he arrived at the court he found that he had left it at home by mistake." The parties to the case having left the court, and the day's proceedings over, Sir James returned home, and was met by one of his daughters, who exclaimed: "Papa, dear, I suppose you got your ...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WILLOWGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 10 May 1906

WILLOWGROVE. One of the most pleasant evening's ever passed in Willowgrove was the social tendered to Mr Hasthorpe and family on the evening of the 25th ult., previous to their departure for New South Wales. The social took the form of pro gressive euchre, songs, recitations, and the usual country dances. The hall was decorated with a profusion of flowers and evergreens, most taste fully arranged. As if by a magic   hand, at 12 p.m., a table, groaning under "good things" suddènly ap- peared in tbe centre of the hall, greatly to the surprise of one and all. After the sumptuous repast had been satisfactorily disposed of, Mr Turn bull called upon Cr Williams to con vey to the guests of the evening the good wishes of the residents. Cr Williams, on rising, was greeted with applause, and said he was very pleased that he had been chosen to convey to their guests the high esti mation in which they were held by the residents. In referring to the old   days, over 40 ...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ORIGIN OF GUY'S HOSPITAL, LONDON. The Girl Who Lost a Husband and Helped to Found a Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

The Girl Who l¿ost a Helped to £oùnd ; Few people think, t that the splendid bnilding known to this generation as Quy's Hospital, owes Its origin—Its charitable origin —to the disobedience oí a servant? Yet such is the fact. The story is interesting, and can be briefly told. Mr. Thomas Quy was a bookseller. He carried on his business with con siderable acumen at "Number One, Cornhill"—a house frequently alluded to, forming the angle with Lombard street, and known as "Lucky Comer." Now it came to pass that the Ex chequer, being in straitened circum stances in the reign of the great and good William the Third, could not pay ready money to the defenders of the country; and the sailor, particu larly, was obliged to put up with "paper"—a debenture or ticket which the men were constrained to sell, an<L so selling, to lose on the transaction. Frequently these buyers were i time compelled by necessity to se... the tickets at an enormous discount, and the fortunate purchaser theii...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROFIT AND LOSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

PROFIT AND LOSS. about how much the master makes out of their labor, but very rarely do they consider how much he sometimes loses. ' Mr. Richard Tangye, In an article written by him, once incidentally iP. lustrated this. An American invented the "special" steam pump, a pump now used in al most every part of -the world. He came, to England to get It manufac tured. Manchester was the nearest' place to which he bore a letter of in troduction. He found the works he wanted, and wçnt into the office. A youth there seemed to be in no hurry to notice tym, but at length turning round he said: ' "Well?" "I guess I want Mr. A " "Mr. A said he with a sneer; "I guess Mr. A has been dead these ten years!" tie American, ■ no sensible i stocb a boor, left and carried his scheme to Messrs. Tangye, who reap ed a big harvest from the manufacture themselves, after having the pleasure of paying the inventor £35,000 in royalties. In one direction, that clerk did a very ' effective day's work when he vent...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DRINKING VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

DRINKING VESSELS. A sick fowl will communicate dis ease to the whole flock through the drinking water. F.or this reason, if for no other, the vessel should be kept very clean. A small piece of lime in the drinking water will be a partial safeguard; but cleanliness is more important than remedies. The drink ing water is soon filthy, and will uick ly spread disease to an entire flock.

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POINTS TO REMEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

POINTS TO REMEMBER. Á few points to remember In poultry rearing are;— - 1. Make bens lay when eggs are dearest. 2. Breed stock -when eggs are cheap. 3. Keep a non-sitting breed to lay when sitters are hatching, and pay expenses of the latter. 4. Breed as many chickens as pos sible and as early as possible. They all represent so much money. 5. Keep all the pullets. They are woea-^vas prospective early *>. Kill, or otherwise pispóse of, all hens after three years oí'âge. 7. Breed th^ best flesh-formers for market. Feed them up to as great a weight as possible. 8. Well-fattened, well-dressed poul try will bring the best prices from the best customers. 9. If not accustomed to poultry,, be gin with a small number. Learn to make a success of the few, then go on with a larger number. 10. Do not neglect the little essen^ tials to success, such as lime, graveifl meat, plenty of clean water, green« food, dust bath, etc., etc., regularly supplied to layers. 11. Keep strict account of every ...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER IV. A Mountain Ramble. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

CHAPTER IV. A Mountain Ramble. "You were reading," he remarked, stooping to-pick up the book that had lallen to the ground as she arose -Tacitus!" he added, in a tone or &&■ tonishment, as his eye fell upon the title page. "Yes, I am reviewing; papa likes me to study a little every day, still," Virgie returned quietly, while she ex amined her flowers with a critical eye, and wondered that a gentleman could have arranged them so well. He muft be an artist, she thought, for no one save an artist or a lover of art, could have taken such pains to harmonise colors like that. "1 should suppose you would labor under serious difficulties In trying to pursue your studies in such a place as this," Mr. Heath remarked. "Oh, no, papa is a fine scholar, and he makes a most delightful teacher." "And have you pursued a regular course under nim?" "Yes, partly. I left7 school when I was fifteen, but 1 have kept right on the same as 1 should have done if I had remained, and I graduated...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLITICAL LABOR LEAGUE. A BRANCH FORMED AT TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

POLITICAL LABOR LEAGUE. BRANCH FOKMED AT TBAFALGAR. The public meeting held in the Tra falgar mechanics' institute last Friday afternoon, with the object of forming a branch of the Political Labor League, was very well attended, especially when it is remembered that at this busy season many were unable to leave their work in the daytime. The great attraction, of course, was the announce ment that addresses would be delivered by Messrs. Hannah and Scot-Bennet, M-'s.L.A. Mr. J. Buckleton having been voted to the chair, briefly introduced the visitors, and claimed for them a fair and impartial hearing. Mr. Hannah, who was well received, delivered a lengthy and forcibL address, in the coarse of which hi referred to the objects and aspiration: of the Labor Party, He refuted the 1 idea that his party was antagonistic to the farming interests, and contended that the very reverse was the case. He touched on the question of socia lism, and maintained that its true meaning was the lifting of ...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Virgie's Inheritance. CHAPTER III. Mr. Heath Talks of Becoming a Miner. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

J/irgie's Inheritance. By Mrs. G. SHELDON, .Authoress of "Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," '"Mona, or The Secret of a Royal Mirror," "Imogen's Intrigue," etc. CHAPTER III. Mr. Heath Talks of Becoming a Miner. Thv next morning broke fair and beautiful. Every trace of the storm had passed away, save tliat Uie dust was laid and all nature looked fresher and brighter for the copious bath it had received. ■ Virgil- Abbot, ¿espite her sleepless ness during the first half of the night, was up at an early hour, superintend ing breakfast for her father and their guest. If she had been lovely the previous evening she was doubly so now in her pretty flannel wrapper—for the morn ings were chilly^in that region, even in the summer. The wrapper was of a light blue tint, wonderfully becoming to her delicate complexion, and har monised well with her eyes and the dainty pink in her cheeks. Her face wore a brighter, more eager look than was its wont, this morning, and she was. full of life and energy t...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

For Children« Hacking Coogh at Night,. Woods' Groat Peppçrmint Cutí. «• y Wheh He i» Not A Fool.—A man is ri always a fool _ If he be young 1 says, "When he is older he will k~~ If he be older it says ''He is olc taj"w better." And when he : V > te is no kind of fool e

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

yarjragöjsi Co-Operative Butter Factory Company LIMITED. FIRST HALF-YEARLY MEETING, The first half-yearly meeting of the shareholders of the above company was held án the caec^anicg' institute* o0, Saturday last. There was a good attendance of shareholders. Mr. OToole, managing director, occupied the chair. After reading and explaining the various items in the balance-sheet the chairman invited tUe meeting to express* an opinion on compulsory grading, saying that the directors, on reading Mr. Crowes defence of it were inclined t<y i support it; al o that it appeared that the Common-wealth Executive h&3 power to make it the law, and intended, doing eo. I After lome discussion it wa* resolved, on the motion of Mr. Mahony, seconded !>y Mr, Herbert, thai the paríigápit adverse to compulsory grading be excised from the director* report. Mr. Devine moved and Mr. Geary seconded that the directors be authorised to parcbat e shiire* in ibe Gipp-land. Butter Factories Co...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

Prran.gcment8 i» uaya celebrations been satisfactorily FT well attended meeting of the com mittee was held on Tuesday evening, ir. Rolls presided, and a large mouÄit of business was got through. The procession will start from the r railway station in the following order —Bicyclists, in fancy costume; friendly sooieties; schoolchildren—Tra falgar, Sunny Creek, Swamp West, Swamp East. Mr. Murden was appointed to actas The procession will " parade the streets and then march to the school grounds, where the sports will be held. i he children should assemble at about one o'clock near the station, and parent- should > ee that they are pro vided with eatables aud mu s for tea, which latter will be procurable on the ground. In the evening, from 7 to 8 o'clock there will be a fireworks di-play along side the mechanics' in ti tute; a per formance will' be given by the brass band; from 8 o'clock to about 11 a free entertainment will be given in the hall. Mr. Giblett will preside, .¿aud brie...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

MULTUM IN PARVO. Empire Bay. To-aay (Thuradav\ Widespread jubilations. Sports at Trafalgar torday. 1 ireworka and - entertainment in evening. Australian loyalty to tthroae and -mother cou ntTy. • -. Don't forget ratepayers : Yarragon on Saturday. Lecture at_TrafaIgar

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTABLE REIGN OF A GOOD WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

ÏÏOTAE;LE REtQN OF A GOOD mmá WOMAN. _ think of t6ê-.î '^dT prime." Some bee? calculating .(¡h«*-siTirM she puüfthe diademe girlish brow untiiîbô hour she f from this earth, th€* British Empire has added 10,000 s^ûàre miles of territory to itsélf every nineteenth century began > ish Empire day Wmeis took 18 days ifttti'Cork to New York. Now the AthaxfiÇ 'greyhounds do it in a little overbite. From England to Victoria theíjoails used to reach us at interval* of between 70 and 80 days Now we have them delivered in a little over 30 days. In the early days of the Queen a penny income tax would yield only £700,000. To-day it brings in betw^n £2,000,000 ami. ¡£3,000,000. Population has increased 50 per cent. ¡ Wealth has trebled. In education the j progress has been remarkable. When i the Queen began her reign the State | grant in Great Britain for education ¡ was £33,000. To-day it is nearly I £12,000,000. In architecture and I engineering her reign can boast of the building of the Bo...

Publication Title: Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YARRAGON BUTTER COY. LIST OF SHAREHOLDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

YÂSRAGON BUTTER COY. LIST OF SHAREHOLDERS. Name. Atkin, W. Bayley, F. S. ^ Borland, L. Bridle, J. Calvert» Chas. Clarke, G. Cleak, H. Crook, B. H. Cross, Wm. Cuming, James Davies, W. H. Davies, A. R. Davies, C. S. and S. M. Dawson, W. T. Dawson, A. E. Devine, J. P. Edsall, W. H. B. Edsall J. B. Geary, A. « GlareJ B. Gilbertson, F. A. Glen, Wm. fíair, J. L. Harrison, H. Hansford, T. Harvey, M. Harvey, L. Herbert, W. ^ Lumb, R. "~" Mahony, J. P. Murray, Geo. H. Mulcahy, Geo. O'Toole, Thos. Outhred, C. Parker, M. Phillips, G. Rafferty Bros. Redmond, W. Roberts, K. Roberts, R. Roberts, R. H, Reicbardt, 0. H. J. Sillare, W. Sandy,. L, Thurlow, A. J. Tyrrell, W. A. : . Vaughan, Dr H. Weld, J. C. ' ; Williams, H. H. White, H.H.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

[ Advertise in this paper and your 3 will prosper. j- Broacliial Counts take , "'jods'Great Peppermint Core. Is. 6d. )üdon's population increases at thô f 105^00 a year. it Complaints, , 'appermiat Cate. Is, 6d. 'iiu -kerryfthe peach, and thé plum e first grown in Persia. ''o.xls' Great Peppermint Cure, * or Oaughs aaa Colds, never fails, la. fid. J The number of Ohinege in San I'^aci^co is about 20,000; including F^O'J women.. .

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MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

MOE. The premises and laud belonging to Mr H. Barrage, Moore street, Moe, : was offered at auction at Warragul on Thursday last, but were passed in. Tenders will be received at the Shire Hall, Moe, up till noon on Fri day, 1st June, for the following ivprks ¡—Formation and pipe culvert, Moe-Trafiilgar road, north side of rail way ; metalling Contingent street, Trafalgar ; pipe calven af. Nurse's, Trafalgar-Yarragon road ; clearing, formations and culverts, Main road, Hill End to Furaiua ; new-bridge, east of Moe river bridge, near Warragul shire boundary; gravelling, near Chil ders, fresh tenders ; side cutting, through Clark's, 41 chains; timber bridge, near Plyless', Allambee ; side cutting through Griggs', 87 chains.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

Professional Notices. [a card.] J. A. WILMOTH SON, SOLICITORS, MELBOURNE asd TRAFALGAR Mr. E. J. tilmott Visits Trafalgar on first and Third Saturday in each month. ( (Commissioners for taking Affidavits). I» cm».] HUBERT KELLY, 0arrister and Solicitor« proctor and Conveyancer« TRAFALGAR, Visits MOE Every Tuesday. All kinds of LEGAL WORK Transacted. CRAY, FRIEND & WILLIAMSON Barristers and Solicitors« WARRAGUL. Notary Public: Commissioners of the Supreme Court of Victoria and of the higli Court of Australia. îrxfaloat. - v1sii8î - EVM - SAW,my. (11.30 a.m: to 5 p.m): Or on other dales by appointment. ¡ TRUST MONIES TO LEND. | FRANK GEACH, TRUST MOMEYS TO LEND. Head Office: QUEEN STREET, WA.RB.AGUL (Next to " Guanlian" Office), where Mr. Geach may be Consulted Daily. M. DA VINE, Barrister i? m Sü ktxtf^ofae fou ta ktn^tttfadavus. TRUST MOSEYS tollend. | "W. LESLIE PARK, SOLICITOR, 419 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE. 2^£osie8 lo lexd, £100 to £lo,o0o. NO COMMISSION: Freeholds, leaseho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

VjafRBEN, latían of Australia, o 'à The Course« TATTERSALL'S CLUB, ' MfJL'DO URNE. -out and Double, Books Now Open ' V.R.C. Crand National Hurdle and Steeplechase. Goodwood Handicap and Adelaide SPECIAL NOTICE. When wiring money state same in Telegram to avoid delay. If cash in hand or holding winning vouchor always state sain© when sending iustruc Starting price on all Melbourne and Sub urban Races. NO LIMIT. S.P. Commissioners mean if non-starter no All Telegrams must be reply paid. No Reply, No Business. *orwart*et* ou aPP^ca" Ifufficient Address:— MELBOURNE. The Oldest Establishment and Most Liberal TURF COMMISSION AGENT IN THE COMMONWEALTH. •ibout the best in tbo spew clients would be using got getting hia prices before go m rrespondencd Answered Immediately Receipt. NO REPLY, NO BUSINESS. Tliirty-seven Years before the Sporting Ppblic, and & Member of all the Sporting Clubs in Australia and in England. STARTING PRICE. NO LIMIT. GUARDIAN FIRE OFFICJ3. ESTABLISHED 1821. ...

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The News. Nee temere, nec timids. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR, AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906

^E)e llews. Nec t'emere, nec timide. PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR. Published Thüksdat Mobnisgs. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. A very interesting article, on various matters dealt with, at the recent con ference of butter factory managers, held in Melbourne, and several other items of negg, are unavoidably held over. The total number of dairies in the Buln Buln Shire is 427, being an increase of three on the previous year. The total number of dairy cows also show a substantial increase of 180. The dairy fees amounted to £92 12s. 6d. The yards and dairies are reported to be in a satisfactory condition. As will be seen by an announcement elsewhere, a lecture will be given in the Trafalgar mechanics' institute on Tues day evening next, 29th inst., by Bro. J. Smith, Grand Secretary of the In dependent Order Odd Fellows. The lecture will be under the auspices of the local branch, and the public are invited to attend. The most valuable contribution to the recent proctílfe fair ji...

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