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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 5 June 1914
Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, - For Coughs and Colds, never fails. Is 6d PURE DRUGS. It iB the wish of Parents that th&lt; ir Childi en grow up v tonus and he I h yoiiug Australians -bring thia about by gividg Newfofine OR Challman's Emul sion of Cod Liver Oil, wi h the e Bily assimilate-\ and value. I proper i s of the' Gly-eropho p'ia e3 of Lima anil Soilj. . '''°r f ul nonary Go i,plaints and W.stiny ei i 1 young a.id old i is iav.fc.a tb e. Ohallman, CHE!¥81ST,TRARALGOW THE -DISTINCTIVE" HOUSE, W? mak? f,'e real American Suit. Our Ladies Cos tumes p'eise all. Tio.de with a r iia!:k fiim, support Local In dus ry and 1-ave Yrur Mon-y '.n ih town. We Guarantee all Garments .A TRY ON with Ev: ry Suit. Place Your Order To day. Wc M.'ikc FC - i t!: 11»i* ( Mi r i :\vn * 01 k rn- hi. i';i iid .Work ;i r- p&lt;--ci:ii it v. Just to Hand, all tha Fewest in Suitings, Etc. SOUS from £3 3s. Some SPECIAL LINES at SPECIAL PRICES. The Latest In Men's OVERCOATS. | The Latest in ...
THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 5 June 1914
THE SCHOOL - COMMITTEE. A meeting ot the Traralgon .School ' '.Committee was held on Monday "evening, there being.'pre sent :-Messrs T. A. P.ettit-(chair man), J. Cummmg, R. Ganfield, A; H. Cross, E. Clarkson,.Mrs.-T. ?H. Waite and Mr. Griffiths' (licad teaclier)'.;' ; . . Mr. Livingston, : M;VL.A., tor- ? warded letter from 'the'department, stating that Mr. C. Woodward was the successful^enderef tor rcmo.v ing the old school an* re-ercctmg it for sloyd and cookery classcs. . ; . In reference to the proposal to have evening classes tor females', the department sent, a fofiii for filling up. The probable number of pupils was required, and also,the teacher available for the classes. On the motion of Mr;'Cross and Mr. Clarkson, it was. decided to insert anjadvertisement in "the local papers, inviting intending pupils ,to send in-their names to. Mr Grif fiths. .. It was said that a number ot ?girls were prepared to attend the. CMrSeGrifi'iths remarked that more teachers ^vould be availa...
A. M'LEAN & CO., [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 5 June 1914
M'LEAN & CO., Sale branch report: . A strong demand exists for jtll classes of sheep and cattle, with buyers unsupplied. At the Boro. yards on Saturday, we had a good yarding of sheep, and a fair supply of cattle. All classes of sheep met, with a Teady s^le, arid all sold with the exception of one pen. All the cattle' yarded, were sold at 'good prices. We sold comeback weth ers to 10s 6d, fat do. 13s, come back ewes to 16s 2d, fat Iambs 14s lid, aged ewes to 16s 2d, cross, and comeback ewes, 17s 6d, bul locks to £5 6s, fat cows to £5 5s, store cows, £3, to £4, steers.to £?, heifers to .£10, poddies to 17s, springers, £4 .12s. , At Longford on Tuesday we had a fair yarding, but owing to the rough weather some lots entered were not forward. Cross ewes to 18s Id, do. wethers 16s Id, do. Iambs 13s 3d, 27 young bullocks £4. We held a successful clearing sale on behalf of Mr. N. O'Neil, of Kilmany. There was a large attendance of buyers, and every thing rea'ised splendid values. C...
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS. Theo. B. Little and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 5 June 1914
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS, Theo. B. Little and Co. Theo. B. Little ana Ce. report Fat Cattle - Short market Jit Stmt ford g iod demand Big yarding at Morwell usual good attendance of. buyers and a very satisfactory sale. On Friday at Rosed-le we-sold several pens of very nice quality cows and heifers, inclin ing Mr J W Bowman's pnm heifeis; several ou tside buyers were-opera irjn At Sale oil 'Saturday all ou'- pens full,; coi-siating mostly of medium' quality cow.J, spirited bidding and a decided improvement in prices for all classes, everything disposed of-under, the ham trer. Wo sold pr me cows --from _^7 iSs,- goo i do. 1'6 8s, "infi-rio sorts from 5, prime heifers ~"8 2s 6d, 1 ght do £6 2s 6d, vea'ers £2 13s Store Caitle Good yarding at Stra1. . ford, he vy supply at- Mom'- ell, Rose die ai d Hcyfield More than, usual in at Sale and Briagolong, Good clearances effec ed everywhere at firm rates Forward springers lo £7 15s, springing heifers £6 les, backward do £o; .lfi,...
M'LEAN'S PIG SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 5 June 1914
M'LEAN'S PIG SALES. A. M'Lean and Co. report hav-j ing had splendid yardings at Mor-' well, Yarragon aind' Traralgon. Vendors admitted that pri:es ob tained are well ahead of the . Melbourne market. Melbourne bacon .curers operated . freely, nearly the whole of the fat pigs being purchased by them. Mr. Phi! Nixon topped the market at Traralgon with 30 nice quality baconers sold in one lot at £3 ] 17s 6d. At Yarragan, Mr. ,Mick Harvey's draft topped the mar ket at £5 4s. At Monvell, Messrs Varney, Bolding, J. B. Jones ajid others were all in the vicinity of £4. Our next sa'e takes place next Wednesday, the 10th, when the Melbourne factories will be ' ve'l represented, also good local buyers for fats and stores.
PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 5 June 1914
PIG MARKET. Little and Co. report: ' 1500 yarded for the week, ana demand very keen for stores, at increased values; suckers and slips to 24s. Porkers: A short supply, and prices show" a slight improve ment on late high rates. Light to 40s, medium to'42s and 48s, heavy to 54s, extra heavy to 56s. Ba coners: A fair number yarded, and quality well represented. Prime sorts' in keen demand, at a shade better figures. Prime medium and light to 67s, prime heavy to 80s extra heavy to 83s, with a few od*d lots to 89s. Backfatters: A short supply of.-good sorts, which were in keen demand; other sorts in slack request. Best to £7 2s 6d, extra to £8 5s, prime and weighty to £5 10s, others from 55s.
Among the Athletes. GLENGARRY SPORTS. MALLOWS WINS A DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 5 June 1914
Among the Athletes. GLEXGARRY SPORTS. MALLOWS WINS A DOUBLE. The Glengarry sports yejteriav . were favored v. i;h ideal weather. . The club was very fortunate, .in deed, in ha\ing su li a beautiful cay, for though almost mid-win ter, the sun shone out bnjht'y. It was not surprising that theie was a very >larje attendan.c ot the public, visitors coming from Traralgon, Toongabbie. Ro^edale, Tyers, and even from more remote distances. As usual unfavorable comments were made on the state of the road on the Traralgon side of the river, by those driving. With such a body of active and energetic officers and committee as the club possesses, the sports went off exceedingly well, and the public were will entertained. The sports ground is quite a mile from the townships and the public are indebted to Mr. Marstin for so willingly allowing the club t;o use his paddock. Very probably next year the sports will be held on the new recreation reserve adjoining the . township, which will be very m...
Traralgon Weekly Market. Saturday, May 30. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 5 June 1914
Traralgon Weekly Market. Saturday, May 30. W. Christensen and Co. report Oats. Algerian seed 2/6 to 2/8, feed 2s ' 3d; Wheat prime seed 4/6, fowl feed 3s 9d; Barley, Cape 2/6; maize 4/-. Peas H. T. Dun 5/ m.t 4/6; chaff choice to .£3/12/0 good £3/10/-, bran 1/3 pollard 1 /3^4, Japanese millet 3d to 4d onions 8/-, potatoes choice (scarce) 6/ others to 4/6; grass seed, cocksfoot, 12s to 13s, rye, local 5s Od. Butter, prime dairy, lid to 1 /0; cheese, matured, 8£, eggs, guaranteed, 1/8 preserved 1/2 pigs'clieeks, 8d bacon, 9d; hams 1 /-. Poultry;-Fair demand for good birds. Roosters to 3/6, hens 1 /9 to 3/ pullets 2/- to 3/, turkey gobblers, 15/-, hens 8/ ducks 2/'- to 3/-, geese 4/6 Fruit.-Apples choice to 6/-, good 3/G to 4/ cooking 3/6; quinces 2/6 Vegetables.-Cabbages 3/- to 6/ pumpkins 4/-to 9/, marrows 3/- to 6/ hubbards 6/-' to 9/-, beet 2/- doz bunches melons 6/- to 9/-, turnips (Swedes) 6/-, rhubarb 2/- doz. bunches, carrots Is 9d to 2/-, parsnips 2/-doz. bunches, c.w beans 3d...
"THE LITTLE GRAVE." A JUVENILE PRIZE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 5 June 1914
"THE LITTLE GRAVE." A JUVENILE PRIZE STORY* We have been able to unearth the following storyette, to which reference has-been made in the course of-the discussion as to the identity of the child's grave in the-Traralgon railway reserve. It was written in 1887 by Master T. A'. Pettit, now proprietor-and edi tor of the Warragul " Guardiap," for a-competition prize offered by the proprietor of a Shepparton paper-.- The M.S.S.' which won the prize, was endorsed with a cer tificate by Mr. Dwyer, then the head teacher of the ^Traralgon State school, dated December 17, 1887, and setting forth.:.that the writer of the story was twelve years-8 months old, and that the yarn was, to the best of his be lief, the boy's own composition. The simple narrative affords a clue to the impression of some per sons that the child buried in the old graveyard was actually drow ned in the creek, and was , not, therefore, one of Constable Smythe's family. The story was published in " The Journal" in 1887, . a...
ELECTRICITY. Something About the Yarram Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 5 June 1914
ELECTRICITY. Something About the Yarram Scheme. T..c Yarram JJu.u-r Fa/to;y Co. insta;ic;i a.j o.e t ic l:ght nj pJa t' about three yoarj a.o. co uhcii the towns! i , r.a; bce.i .ic with c.cctricijy, a.:u].o., ci- .s alio sup plied to a numoer oi reiid. nti tor various purposes. Mr. Tom. Whit ney, a former resident of Traral gon, and who is well known to most of the people, is the secre tary to the company and, being- oa a visit to I raralgon, Mr. Ciarkson, president of the Progress Associa tion,, and Cr. Pettit, induced h.m to consent to give a description of Yarram electric lighting generally. I he meeting took place on Tues day night in the Mechanics' hail, under the auspices of the Progress' Association, and, though it was very hurriedly convened, there were between 70 and 100 people present. Mr. Whitney gave an in teresting and informative chat and he was able to throw a great deal of light on this little understood question. He did not propose to be an expert, but he has a . p...
NO MORE INDIGESTION. WONDERS ACHIEVED BY A NEW PRODUCT. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 9 June 1914
NO MORE INDIGESTION. WONDERS ACHIEVED BY A NEW, PRODUCT. It seems reasonable to suppose that i,n a short time there will be no more indigestion or dyspepsia. The old- style " digestives," such bismuth, pepsme, charcoal, so'da, etc., which after all are only tem porary in their effects, are rapidly becoming discarded in favor of a very simple antacid, known to chemists as bisurated magnesia, with the result that physicians are being called upon to treat fewer cases of stomach trouble that be fore. .This is not very surprising when it is remembered that ac cording to available statistics over 90. per cent, of stomach troubles are due to acidity. Bisurated magnesia may readily be obtained from any chemist at a small cost, and half a teaspoonful tditen' in a little water immediately after eat ing will neutralise a:ll harmful acids in the stomach, prevent fermen tation, and thus render the food easy of digestion.
Municipal History of Traralgon. No. 3. Traralgon Created a Shire—The First Councillors—Monetary Troubles—9 per cent. Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 9 June 1914
' Municipal History of P Traralgon. No. *3. Traralgon Created a Shire First Councillors-Mone tary Troubles-9 per cent. Interest. (By W. WEST).' . The position at that time, trom a municipal point of view, was a very difficult one. During the tew preceding years settlement had ex tended in every direction, and with such rapidity that the coun- ^ cil w.as quite unable to keep pace with it in the matter ot road com munication. The pioneer settlers of the district were, therefore, en deavoring to establish homes lor themselves in places to which, in many cases, they were hardly able to gain access. Traralgon was the centre and market place to which most ot these people would come, and it therefore becamc evi dent that if the town and district were to prosper, it was an ^so lute necessitv that roads should be provided, so that the people might get in and out to do busi ness. It was therefore considered that public requirements would be better attended to by the crea tion ot a separate sh...
The Journal. TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 9 June 1914
TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914. Going to Werribee.-Mr. |T. Blake, whp has just relinquished the lease of a farm at Tyers, has taken an irrigation farm of 40 acres at Werribee. The depart ment is building a dwelling tor him, and 17 acres of the area is al ready under lucerne, and Mr. T. Blake is also having another 20 acres ploughed for oats and other crop. He intends sending his milk to Melbourne, and will be able to start right away. Mr. John Galbraith, of Tyers, has also taken up a (block in the same sub division. Gas or Electricity.-Residents of Traralgon are practically unani mous in the hope that the shire council will at once take steps to tackle this question, and see it through. All a«j agreed that the only satisfactory and intelligent solution is for the council to obtain the services of an expert. The question has been debated for a number of years, and it is now time that it was answered. Num bers of residents who are hoping that electricity will be installed will not take gas unt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 9 June 1914
For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure Is 6d You Should be Determined ID rejecting the worthless a.nd frequently injurious counterfeits which are fometimeii pushed for the sake'of greater gain as "just as good" as the GENUINE SANDER and SONS' PURE- .VOLATILE EUCAL\ PTI EXTRACT. Be not deoeived ! SAN DER'S EXTRACT is rec gnised by the highest medic tl authorities as possessing unique stimulating, healing'and antiseptic powers. The preparation of SANDER'S EXTRACT from the pure selected leives, and the refinement I'J special processes give it curative virtues peculiarly its own. Therefore, be not mihled I Demand and insist upon the GENUINE SANDER EX TRACT, and you will derive the benefit thousands have derived from it before. When ill you should not depress yourself irore by the common, bulky and nauseating eucatyptus oils and so-called'extracts. What you waut is quality and reliability in small dose; and this you find only in-SAN DER'S EXTRACT. PURE DRUGS. iiIprfft*1 ...
THE FOOTBALL SEASON. MATCH AT SALE. GREAT GAME EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Glengarry, Toongabbie and Cowwarr Journal and Central Gippsland Reporter — 9 June 1914
THE FOOTBALL SEASON. MATCH AT SALE. GREAT GAME EXPECTED. The Traralgon club will' visit Sale on Thursday, to play their match with Sale in the North Gip psland competition. A special .train will be run by the club for the convenience of the public. It will leave Traralgon at 1.30, and tickets may be obtained from the secretary, mfembers of the com mittee and at the railway sta tion. The club expects a large following of supporters and is con fident of success. There will be several alterations in the team. Unfortunately, Bur leigh, who .performed so brilliantly in: the Match against Maffra, has been transferred up'Bendigo way, and Nicoison, who had the bad luck to have his ribs broken 'five minutes after the start of the Maf fra match, will be absentees^ Harrison, Burns, and A. Ryan (the captain), who has recovered from his recent accident, will re place J .Ryan, Nicoison and Bur-' leigh. The team to represent Tra ralgon will, therefore, consist of the following players, whose num b...