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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 5 June 1914
* BUSY MEN. SHOULD WEIGH THIS QUES TION AND PROFIT -BY ANOTHER'S EXPERIENCE. Success m business Is often handicapped. A man may have 'pienty of capi tal. May have energy m aburidance. May know his business well. And still success come slowly. It's a case of too great a bur den. The back can't carry it al. A lame or aching back is a han-' dicap; . . .Drive tihe ache away, and make work a pleasure. Learn what backache means. Learn that backache is kidney ache. Learn how toshake it off, Learn how thisman did it. Mr. M. Macfarlane, hairdresser, Franklin-street, Traralgon, says:- "I have proved Doan's Backache Kidney Pills to be a splendid re medy for ridding the back of ,t's aches and pains, and 4or restor ing weak kidneys to a healthy state I had trouble with my back for a long time; it was weak, and con stantly aching, and I could scarcely stand up 'straight. At night I got very little sleep, and woula 'toss and turn about for hours. i- tnried many remedies said to cure this ailment, ...
IMPORTANT HOTEL CASE. THE MISREPRESENTING OF CORDIAL TO CUSTOMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 5 June 1914
INMPORTANT HOTEL CASE. --0~-- TIJE MISREPRESENTING OF CORDIAL TO CUSTOMERS. The hearing took place during the week ,before Mr. Justice Har vey, of the suit instituted by O.T. Ltd., for an injunction to restra:n Thomas Gardiner.. Mumr, Licensee ot the Surrey Hotel, King and Castlereagh streets, Sydney, from selling or passing off any cordial not being of plaintiff's manufacture as for O.Te Plaintiff company, which car ries on business as manufacturer of tius particular cordial, claimed to sell large quantities of it in N.S.W., where it had acquirea a favorable reputation, and was spo ken of and known as by the trade and public as O.T. Plaintiffs char gea that the defendant had fre quently and habitually offered for sale and sold, and was still offer mg, certain other cordials of simi lar appearance and taste,- but not of plamntiff's manufacture, as and for O.T:; .also that when-selling the cordials defendant, by. his servants, had represented that the cordiat was the O.T. cordial. De...
TRARALGON POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 5 June 1914
TRARALGON POLICE COURT. Welnejday: Pc'ore Messrs.W W. Harnris, P.M., and-T. A. Pettit, J..P. Mac. ChristensenW v. A. M. Pobjoy, Order for £6 Os -3d, and 25s costs. Wilham Matthews was fined 2s for insufficient attendance of .,is boy at school. F. R. Galbraith was proceeded against for not havming his child vaccmated, but fas a medlca[=certl ,fiate. was put in, showing that the child was not mn a fit state of health to 'be vaccinated, the case was dlsmissed. Two other parents were slmi!ar ly charged, but had since had the chindren vaccmated i Mac. Chnstensen proceeded against Harry Jonso. for £4 2s 8d-a long standing account. Mr. Hosken said plaintiffwould' accept reasonable installments. Defendant (represented by Mr. P. P. Serjeant) said he was re ceivming 9s per day. The Bench ordered that defen dant pay 10s per month. Christensen and Bawden v. the same individital for 19s, also a long standing account. Plaintiff said very hlittle had ljeen paid off the ongmnal account. He presumed...
LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 5 June 1914
LICENSING COURT. At the Traralgon Lilcensnmg Court, before Mr. W. W. Hams, Daniiel Ryan, licensee of the Com inercial hotel,. Traralgon, applied for four months' leave of absence to enable him to take a holiday for the benefit of his health. * Mr. Sergeant, who appeared for the applicant, proved the service of the requisite notices. He said that Mr. Ryan had not been well for some time and wished to take an extended holiday for the bene fit .of his.health. -Apphlcant said his son, Ainbrose Ryan, age 27, was qmuite_capable of taking charge of the business in his absence. A- daughter would also be present mn the hotel to assist. • Semnior-Constable Chenhal1 said the pohice ,had no objection. to the apphlcatlon, or .the son being m charge of the busminess.. The L.M. said the apphlication would be granted, but that the h censee was resDonsible.
Gas or Electricity. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 5 June 1914
Gas or Electricity.-Cr. Pettit has given notice of his intention to move at the meeting of the shire council on Wednesday,: " That in view of the existing con- ditions, an independent expert's opinion be obtained as to the in- stallation of electricity in Traral- gon, and thalt a public meeting be tonvened for such opinion, to be laid before the; ratepayers, 4or their consideration and judgment." We are quite safe in saying that it-is the unanimous desire of resi- dents of the town that the coun- (cil should secure expert and dis- interested advice- on the vexed question. Ratepayers, and espe- cially gas consumers, are anxious to have the most suitable illumi nant-whether it be gas or elec tricity, and a wrong decision on the question means so much to the town. We are quite sure that the shire councillors wish td. avoid making a mistake, hence there is every reason for obtaining the ad- vi e of an authority on the sub- ject. If, after weighing all the circumstances and possibilities...
Among the Athletes. GLENGARRY SPORTS. MALLOWS WINS A DOUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 5 June 1914
Among the Athletes. GLENGARRY SPORTS. .MALLOWS WINS A DOUBLE. The Glengarry sports yesterday were favored with ideal weather. i The club was very fortunate, in deed, in having such a beautiful day, for though almost mid-win ter, the sun shone out brightly. It was not surprising that there was a very large attendance bf the pubhlic, visitors coming from ITraralgon, Toongabble, Rosedale, Tyers, and even from more remote distances. As usual' unfavorable comments were made on the state of the road on the Traraigon 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 township, ind the-public are Indebted to Mr. Marstin for so willingly allowing the club to use his paddock. Very probably next year the sports will be held on the new recreation reserve adjoining the township, which will be very much more...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
NO MORE INDIGESTION. WONDERS. ACHIEVED BY A NEW, PRODUCT. It seems reasonable to suppose that .in a short time there will be no more indigestion or dyspepsla. The old style ".digestives," such bismuth, pepsine, charcoal, soda, etc., which after all are only tem porary in their effects, are rapidly becoming discarded in favor of a very siimple antacid, kiown to chemists as bisurated magnesia, with the result that physicians are being called upon to treat fewer cases of stoinach trouble that bc fore. This is not very surprising when it is remembered that ac cording to available statistic5 over 90 per cent. of stomach troubles are due to acidity. Bisurated niagnesia may readily be obtainec from any chemist at a small cost, and half a teaspoonful tNen in a little water immediately after eat ing will neutralise all harmful acids in the stomach, prevent fermen tation, and thus render the food easy of digestion. B Do you 4 '~ Shave? - ? It only d. Costs fl To write tfor our H|andsome Free ...
GLENGARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
GLENGARRY. Mr. C. C. Moiler, "Meadow Lands,' Glengarry, reports the rainfall for-the month:of May as follows: points May I *..- 3 ,.. · 3, 7 ... 2 ,, ,, I3 .." 44 :,, ,, 14 ... 21 , , 15 - ... o- O ,, ,, 18 ..- 53 ,, ,, 19 ... I ,, ,, 27 ... 19 ,, ., 28. ' ... 12 ,, ,, 29 . ... I , S3 ... 2 ,, I68 ,,
GORMANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
GORMANDALE The following is the rainTall at Gormandale loi'May :- points May xI ... 6,, ,, I3 " ... 6x ,, ,, 14 "' 37 , ,, I8 ... 62 ,, ,, 2. - 2 ,, ,, 24 "*" 7 ,, ,, a6 ... 5 ,, 27 "'" 34 ,, ,, 28 ... 5 ,, ,, 29 * ." 4 , " 30 . " 3 ,, * 31 ..* 22 . Total ... 248 For previous 4 months, 539 Since Ist January, g1914, 787.
TOONGABBIE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
TOONGABBIE. Mr Ellissmith, reports the rainfall at Toongabbie for May as folows : poinots May 13 ... 42 ,, ,, 14 * * 4 , ,, 15 ... 6 ,, ,, 8 ... 29 ,, ,, 19 ... . I6 ,, ,, 27 ... 4 ,, Total ... 149 ,, Previous 4 months, 6 04 Rainfall Eince Ist Januarys 753 Number of days on which rain ftll, 6 Dc. during previous 4 months, 26 D.. since ist January, 32
LOCAL RAINFALL TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
LOCAL RAINFALL .TRARALGON. Mr E. L. Bruce reports the rainfall at Traialgon for the month of May, as follows : points May I ... :28 ,, ,, 3 ..- 46 ,, ,, 14 *** - 2I . , 15 .... I4 , ,, x8 ... 73 , ,, 19 ... 4 ,, ,, 26 ... 3 , ,, 27 ..8 ,, ,, 28 ... 34 ,, ,, 3 ... 8 ,, Total ...... 249 ,,
PUBLIC HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
PUBLIC HOLIDAY. Yesterday was observd ..s a public holiday, in honor of the King's birthday. All the shops, banks, and pubhic buildings in Tra ralgon were close'd, and conse quently the town was fairly .quiet. The weather being dehlghtful, a large number of residents enjoyed the holiday in .various ways. A teani of the Union Tenmns Club went to Callignee for a tennms match; and several golfers went to Warragul by the morning tram. A number of sporting men exer cised their dogs. for Thursday's coursing.
Municipal History of Traralgon. No. 3. Traralgon Created a Shire — The First Councillors — Monetary Troubles — 9 percent. Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
Municipal History of T raralgon. No. 3. Traralgon Created a Shire -The First Councillors-Mone tary Troubles-9 per cent. Interest. (By W. WEST). The position at that time, from a municipal point of view, was a very difficult one. During the few preceding years settlement had ex tended in every direction, and with such rapidity that the coun cil wvas quite unable to keep pace with it in the matter of road com munication. The pioneer settlers of the district were, therefore, en deavoring to establish homes for 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 of these people would come, and it therefore became evi dent that if the town and district were to prosper, it was an abso lute necessity 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 of a separate shir...
Going to Werribee. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
Going to Werribee.-Mr. T: Blake, who has just relnquishec the lease of a farm at Tyers, has taken an irrigation farm of 40 acres at Werribee. The depart ment is building a dwelling, for him, and 17 acres: of the area is al ready under lucerne, and Mr. T. Blake is also having another 20 acred 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 m the hope that the shire council will at once take sieps to tackle this question, and see it through. All are agreed that the only satisfactory and intelhgent 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 until the present state of un...
THE WON WRON LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
THb WON. WRON LINE. --o-- During the sitting of the Rail way Standing Committee at Yar ram. on Thursday, in connection with the..proposed railway from Alberton to Sale, Mr. Langham, of Woodside, said that he advo cated ;i direct hlne from Alberton via Yarram to Sale. They were united on that. It the line were extended to connect with Won Wron it would not 'meet with the requirements here. It would mean an extra six or eight miles, and the connection would not give sa tisfaction. They in Woodside wanted to get direct to'Yarram. The chairman :The linemiutst'' go to Won Wron. Mr. Langham' said they would rather have the Won Wron con nection that none at all. To send produce via Won Wron to Yarram would be no advantage. The Pro gress Association had considered the proposition, and was opposed to it. Questioned as to a line to Woodside, Mr. Langham said it would serve the district, bu~tl a con-f nection was wanted between the tw orailway systems. "If only to WVoddside,, it would pay ,the...
THE FOOTBALL SEASON. MATCH AT SALE. GREAT GAME EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
THE FOOTBALL SEASON. MATCH AT SALE. GREAT GAME EXPECTED. The Traralgon club will vlsit Sale on Thursday, to play their match with Sale mn 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, members of the com mittee and at the railway sta Ition. The club expects a large following of supporters and is con fident of success. There will be several alterations mn the team. Unfortunately, Bur letgh, who performed so brilliantly m the Match against Maffra, has been transferred up Bendigo way, and Nicolson, who had the had luck to have his ribs broken five mminutes after the start of the Mat fra match, will be absentees. Harrison, Burns, and A. Ryan (the captain), who. has recovered from his recent accident, will re place J .Ryan, Nicolson and Bur letgh. The team to represent Tra ralgon will, therefore, consist of the following players, whose num bers a...
THE GIPPSLAND SEAT. MR. G. H. WISE A CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
THE GIPPSLAND. SEAT. --0- MR. G. H. WISE A CANDI DATE. -The "Times" states:-" In ac-' cordance with the promise Mr. G. H. Wise made after the last elec tion he will again be a candidate as an independent Liberal Pro tectiomnist, supporting Preferen tial voting, Elective. Ministries, Inim tiative and Referendum, and Pro tection, the policy of the people, which would rid the country of the evils of party government. LABOR CANDIDATE DOUBT FUL. Yesterday, Mr. J. A. Barn, the president of the Traralgon branch of the Political Labor Council, said it was almoSt certamin the Labor party would throw all their weight and influehce for Mr. G. H. Wise. Though they would much prefer a stralglht-out Labor' can didate, Mr. Wise was the next best No official decision had yet been arrived at, but Mr. Bain added that this would probably be the result. It was intended to re-or gamnse the Federal electoral cam paign committee, but he did not think there would be time to do this, and also invite and dea...
GOLF. WARRAGUL TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
GOLF. I~ WVARRAGUL TOURNAMENT. The fifth annual tournament of the 1Varragul Golf Club was held on Saturday, when the ladies' and )nens' singles were played. The weather was perfect, and the at tendance large. The ladies' han dicap was won by Mliss. Affleck, with the net score of 98, closely followed by Mrs. Straker with 99. The men's event was won by R. Purbrick, with 78 net; Appleton and Clive Small makming 81 each, tied for second place. J. V. Clark 82, Rev. D. Daley, 84, C. Ohlver 85, W. Young 85, P. Foggo, Rev. Father Roche, and R. M1'Donald 87, D. Jones 89. Anumber of Traralgon golfers Avent by train yesterday mormlng.