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CH[?] [?] [These notices are inserted free of [?] but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SUNDAY NEXT, MAY 27, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
ScNDAT Next, Mat 27, 1906. Mr. Green; Trafalgar, 7 p.m., Rev. Edwards; Trafalgar South, 11 a.m., Bev. Edwards; Thorpdalo, 7 p.m., Mr. Weir; Chiîdere, 3 p.m., Bev. Edwards; Narracan, 8 p.m., Mr. Tillotson; Moe, 7 p.m., Mr. bollock; HèW L., 3 p.m., Mr. Akers. (Juoacn of . Esgiasd.—Kev. 0. W. T. 1 Rogers will conduct services on Sunday aa follows:—Moe, 11 a.m., (Holy Oomraimion); Taojil South, 2.30 p.m.; Tnifalgar 7 p.m. Mr. C. B. Wilson will conduct services on Sunday as follows:—1Trafalgar, 11 a.m.; Swamp W., 3 p.m.; Yarragon, 7 p.m. PRE8BYTERIÀ5 Churgq.—The RflV. J. A. Taylor will conduct serricos next Siuiday as follows:—Trafalgar, 11 a.m; Willowgrove, 3 p.m., Moe, 7 pju.
What He Caught. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
What He Caught. The weather was rather cold, the air was very still, and the patient angler was getting tired. He had not had a bite all day. There was a rustle in the long grass behind him, and a voice disturbed the stillness of the afternoon. "How's sport?" "A bit slow." There was a pause, while the gently* flowing water carried flo&t and line slowly down the stream. "Haven't caught anything, have you?" "No." "HumJWWhat'll you tell your wile when yongfept back?" * '"Dunno.-^flaven't thought ottt any* thing yefc." "Say, how would you like to be photographed with a fish six feet long?" "0b? Where's the fish to come from?" — "That's all right. I've got one made o t; papier-mache." "Wei&:I don't know. Where's the photographer?" The angler succumbed.
NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
NARRACAN. The many friends of Mr G. G. Auchterlonie, J.P., will regret to hear that he has beeD confined to his room for some time, and his condition is now cansing his rela tive* considerable anxiety. » Mr H. Hampton, formerly a store keeper at Hoe, has secured a lease of Gr. Sommers' farm, od the share system. The Narracan Tennis Court pre sented quite an animated appear ance on Satuqjay last, there being quite a ao\^^L&lt;-esent to witness the final tournament. The a win Westerman and the gants' double from Mesers H. A. and L. Mann. lire Westerman scored in the ladies' singles, defeat ing Mi-s Bland in the final. The mixed double was not completed, the following players being loft in— Mr and Mrs Wesierman and Miss Bland and Mr B. Mano,
[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
grateful census 6>;.'lled cour my person You hâve answereTT^Q^^^^Mfeu the -4U03 tions as to agcTH^^ffn cvm&lt;m»3îîÎ and ownership of property. Your 3>nduct meets my hearty approval,.-JBnf-. only as a Government officer, taTOjFA citi zen, and, with your permSjjgin, I will ask you- a question not down in my list. Are you engaged to be married to anybody?" **I am, sir," replied the handsome widow, blushing and smiling. "I feared so/' said the census-taker, with a sigh. ^}d he put on his hat.. and went out" Jito the cold, world again, his faith in -human nature re stored, but his heart broken.
WILLOWGROVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
WILLOWGROVE. Quite a flutter of excitement was caused at Willowgrove last Friday night, 11th inst., the ball of the season being given by the bachelors, and, no doubt, they deserve great praise for the manner in which they carried oat their plans. The hall was most tastefully decorated with ferns, flowers, and -flags. On entering the hall I was greatly struck with the appèaraQce of a motto " Welcome to the bachelors' ball"—the handy-work of the young ladies. As the music struck up under the direction of the worthy M.C, (Mr Cadder») about forty couples graced the floor, and stepped to the delightful music supplied by. Sir L. and Miss J. Orowe, of Traralgon. Dancing was kiipt merrily going till 12 o'clock, when the M.C. requested the gentlemen to take their partners to the supper-room, tables being laid out in the old hall, on entering which one was taken-abaclc at the display, the,room being beautifully decorated and tables well-supplied with the good things Or Williams expressed tha...
CINDERELLA'S SLIPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
CINDERELLA-aSLIPPfiR. "Everyone has heard the story of Cinderella's slipper," said a noted phll&lt; ologlst recently, "but the world errs in calling It a glass one. I'll tell you how the error occurred:— "The Cinderella story Is of French origin; It is very old, and in the orig inal version the slipper of the young girl -Is said to have been of 'vaJr,' a fur. became confused with a slipped 'verre.' The two words have the s¡ sound, but where one means/fur, i other means glass. "When, finally, a poet • the ancient story _ of Cin.( made the natural.jmlstafc? the slipper of -'valr' a slippíf « —he called the fur slippery slipper which would break am the foot! How much morr the idea of a slipper of f ful furl" - . . If a man has a light heart 1 Section will light up his -counts! rich bairt ^ easily
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. W. G. White, Australian Produce Aaction Rooms, 491 to 497 Flinders Lone West, re ports as follows:— Cheese.—Market steady. Large supplies. Prime linee of new makes, 5Ïd. to 6d. good matured', 5¿d. to 7d. Medium, new: to 5¿d. Loaf size 5*d. to 6d. Inferior lots Freeh. Butter-—Market steady. Prime fac tory lump realised to lOJd., afew. speci al lote higher, prime separator, »¿d-to 9d. good 7|d. to 8d., poor lower; ' ™ - Egga.—Market steady. Ordinary lines Is. Q$down. Private iWhigher. Bacon.—Steady. Light town-cared aides 7d. to 7¿d.; middles 7^Tto'84.; hams 7d. to 8d ; lard, 4£d to 5d in bladders. Honey.—Prime extracted, 3d. to 3£d.; me i»duJl, to 2£d. Beeswax Is. Id. per lb. '"'-ase Pork.—Firm. • Friday only, light weights, well-dressed, realised "urn and heavy weights 2Jd. i lower. Prime vealera to
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
. MELBOURNE PIG MAKKET. I Messrs. Adamson, Strettle and Co. | report under date 16th May:— Another heavy supply, viz., 2000. Stores-.—A full supply, chiefly me dium and small sorts. The demand was dull. Suckers and slips, 3s. to 7s.; small stores, 6s. to 12s.; large sorts, mostly purchased by the trade, 13s. to 10s. 6d. Porkers,—A full yarding. Prime light 17s. to 20ß.; medium and good, 21s. to 24s.; prime and heavy, 25s. to 288. Bacon Pigs.—A fair supply, which consisted of light and medium sorts. Prime and heavy, 45s. to 48s. 6d.; medium and good, 35s. to 40s.; light, from 30s. Bàok Fatters.—A full supply. The demand waa dull, rough and inferior sorts being- difficult to quit at very low prices, from 25s. to 30a.; good, 35s. to 45s.; extra prime 'and heavy 65s. to 70s.
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS. YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM ODE CORRESPONDENTS. YARRAGON. There was very little business at the Yarragôn police court last Thursday, the only case of importance being one in which Constable Ryan proceeded against Michael Dwyer, of West Tar win, for setting fire ta a quantity of scrub and thereby endangering the property of an adjoining land-owner named Worth. Constable Noble con ducted the prosecution, and Mr. Davine defeuded the accused. The bench considered the case proved, and inflicted a fine of £5, with £2 8s. costs, or six weeks imprisonment. At the request of Mr. Davine the fine was increased to £5 Is., so as to enable the defendant to appeal if he wished fco do With regard to the foregoing it might be meationed that within the past 18 months Constable Ryan has been instrumental in securing three convictions on charges of illegally starting bush fires, the combined fines amounting to £55 Is., viz., two of £25 each and one of £5 1. He has thus done good work towards stamping out a da...
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
WABRAGDL STOCK SALE. Skews and Patterson report having held their uaual weekly market at tbeir yards, Warragul, on Thursday last. There was a very light yarding of cattle, generally of poor quality. Buyers for stock showing quality were present, but coùld not buy. Pigs and sheep were fairly well represented, arid prices show improvement. They quoté :— Pigs—Suckers, 3s 6d to 8s ; slips, 6s 6d to 98 6d ; stores, small, 12s ; large, 25s ; porkers, small, 16s Gd to 19s 6d ; others, 22s 6d to 30s ; baconers, 37s to 42s Gd ; sows, 17s Gd to 25s. Sheep—Fat merino wethers, 14s 6d ; do. lambs, 12s 8d ; croBsbred ewea, 15s 2d ; Merino do., Us Sd. Cattle — Fat bullocks, £Q 19s to ^9 4s ; do. cows, best, £5 10s to £5 17s ; others, £4 16s to £5 9s ; forward do., £4 to £4 10s ; milkers and springers (noth ing showing quality yarded) £6 to £7 ; others, £4 10a to £o 10s ; store cows, £3 5s to £3 15s ; others, from 50s ; heifers, â-gyrs., £4 15s ; do.. 18mos., 348 to 50s ; do., yearlings, 32s 6d to ...
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
ET REPORTS. • •^PAFAMHíB stock sale. • Mesara. J. K. Jennings and Melnnes -Report having held their usual stock safe on Saturday, 19th May:—Only a moderate yarding, 350 bead, includ ing a good number of dairy cattle, for which there was good competition; no alteration in store prices. Quotation»:. —Milkers and springers from £5 10s. to £7 15s.; backward cows from £4 to £5 17s. 6d.; heifers, springing, from £4 5s. to £5 10s.; fat cows £5 5s. to 7; store cows to £3 5s.; old from 25s.; 3-year old steers £4 5s.; lines of heif ers; 2-yearr-old, £3 Is.; 18 months, £2 15s.; yearling steers and heifers, 32s.; poddies to 22s.; small, from 10s. They also sold five horees at current rates.
One Advantage. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
One Advantage. 1 Visitor: Haa that girl next door you still got her placo? Host: Ño; ehe exchanged It for cornet, I'm glad to say. 4/ Visitor: But that's worse, lan'l it? Host: ■ Not at all. It's only half . . bad. She can't sing while she's play ing the cornet. Romantic Youth: I'd like ever ao much to marry you,.Kitty, but I doa't know how to propose. Practical Maid: That's all right, George. ;You've finished with me; now .go^to father. When fs a* black dog not a black dog?—\Vhen it is a greyhound.
NEWSPAPERS EDUCATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
NEWSPAPERS EDUCATE. A professor at a certain univvrjslty was recently discoursing to his class on an important current topic. To his surprise and disgust only, two or three members of his class knew anything of the subject, these. being the only ones who had read of'it in the news papers. Further inquiry resulted in the dis covery that, while the students were more or less well read in ancient his tory, hardly any of them could talk in telligently on important affairs of the day. s The professor at once ordered his classes to read the newspapers, an nouncing his opinion that they should have at least as good a knowledge of current events as of the events of the remote past. "Newspapers," he re marked, "print history in the making." And most people will agree with him that a man, however deeply read, who is ignorant of events "and questions ot the day is not property educated. "What's the matter, Mr. Finn?'' ask ed Mrs. Starvem. "The way you sip your soup and stare up at the ceiling ...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
MÈLËoÏt^NE CATTLE MARKET. Messrs. Adaf0800» Strettle and Co. ate 18th May:— usual weekly sale to was a much smaller &lt;atlo of all classes. Milk •eprQser^ad, and __ dairy sorts, demand \vai^M[o: and good prices pnces were obtained, our top price was £15 for a very nice cojv; f^r an other we obtained £13; others made from £9 10s. to £12; second and middling quality, from £7 lOti. to £8 lQs.; inferior from £4 15a. Spring era.—Only a few good cowe forwaru Best made from £8 to £9 2s. Od. second, from £6 10s. to £7 10s.; bos springingheifers, from £6 to ;C7; extra to £8 15s.; medium and backward from £4; dry dairy cows, from £3 Os to £4 15; store cows, from Ä2 15s. tc £3 15s.; second quality, from £2 10s. 2-year-old heifers up to 58s.; 3-year-old heifers to £4 16s.; heifers and steers, -mixed, from 18 months.fco 2 years c' * good colors, from 45s. tp 52e.; podd: from 20s. upwards. '.I
Brought Home. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 24 May 1906
Brought Home. ¡i It was a drc>w£y : minister was giving : haustlve discoure« being weighed in found wanting. After the congregation J lf&lt;?r abojK an.hoiir, ' tftâÇ*' and went ou greatly to "the annoy«« _ ister. Soon anottygr person started/' -whereupon the prtfeacher stoppedi'liis-: fermon and said: . " *- ^ ;,#hat'g right, -gei^emen; as fast /'firyou are weighed^-*pass out." 1 vHe continued Sis sermon some-tima > ¿hat, but no one .disturbed him If*