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GEO. MAXWELL'S DRAMATIC COY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
GEO. MAXWELL'S DRAMATIC COY. o A treat is in store for the thea tre going public of Traralgon on Tuesday, June 16, when the above dramatic company will appear in the Traralgon mechanics' insti tute, and produce for the first time here, one of the company's greatest successes, namely, "The Brand of Silence." The company Is headed by Miss. Nellie Melville, a charming emotional actress, from America, and she will be suppor tea by ten metropolitan artists. It is now some time since a good Dramatic company gave a visit to the town, and this ought to be a treat. Every member of the company comes wvith a good repu tation. Our exchanges froni-all parts speak in the highest praise possible of this fine company, and popular prices will be charged. The rcompany, therefore, expects a bumper house.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
COURSING. The Traralgon club will hold an open meeting on Thursday next mn Mr. W. A. Lang's and adjacent' paddocks. The first dog will re ceive £10 10s; the second £4 4s; and the :3rd and 4th flogs £1 Is. The following Is the draw: Adana v. Flora Malema. Unlimileor J.oo v, Brehency's Beer. Lady Duggan v. Merry Heart. Eubuluk v. Gifted Girl. Lady Philhs v. Mmmnne. D)ulcimer v. Goss. Tansey v. Fullwood. Princess Pearl v. Gentleman Dick.
A. M'LEAN & CO., [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
A. M'LEAN & CO., A M-Lean and Co. (Sale branch) repcrt: - A firm demand, for all classes of stock, and a big numbel changing hands. At our ordinary weekly market at the Sale Borough yards we had a fair yarding of sheep and cattle and made a gcod clearance. Some of the principal sales are as fol lows:-Acct. F. H. Cloak, 57 fat we htrs LI 3- id, E S:eph-nsen's 73 aged comeback ewes 2as. Cattle. Accl. Silas Clark, Io fat cows L6 r6s, L8 2s, L8 17s to L9 2s; F. J. Poo lky's medium cows L5 is to L6 6s; P. Kirwan's fat cows to L5 3s, J. Mur phey's backward heifers L3 17s, A. Birss' small heifers L2 r6s, J. Morri son's cows to L5 5s Frivtely. . Acct, R.-Lee x6oo comeback wean ers (one mark) 14s 2d, Brennan Bros.' 430 crosibred weaners 14s, B. Flint's 500 c oisbred and comeback wethers 17s 7d, A Andrews' forward condi :ioned wethers Li os 3d, B. Flint's 2311 weane-s at a high figure; and other lots at ruling ra'es,
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
TELEPHONE ThUNK LINE RATES. 3 min. each add. 3 min Morwell - ... 2d : ... 2d Glengarry ... 2d ... 2d Toougabbie ... 2d ... 2d Moe. ... 3d ... 3d Cowwarr ... 3d ... 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's Creek 3d .. 3d Trafalgar ... 4d ... 3d Yarragon . 6d ... 5d Sale ... 6d ... 5d Walhalla .... 6d ... Maffra ... 8d ... 6d Heyfield ... 8d ... 6d Newry ... dd ... 6d 8Tinamba ... d ... 6d Warragul ... 8d ... Id Yarram ... 1/4 - ... 1/
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
THE TELEPHONE. *-0 TRARALGON EXCHANGE. s Dr Hagenauer a Dr. McLean . 3 Mr. Challman- . ? .. 4 T. B. Little & Co, . . :. 5 Christensen & Bawden 6 G.,Hi Marsh 7 iayton Bro'?s.' 8 Ij. Liy .. 9. W9 . A..Clark . io THiE J6oRNAL (W. 'Chiappell). 11 WhitlakeirBror. * '~a ..·Engalish.'. 13 Shire Hall .. -.x. .,. 14 J. D. Campbell. - 15 J S. Milligan x. 16 Robert Farmer 17 Norse Miller 18 Gippsland Trading. Coy. 19 F. L. Grubb, jnr. 2o Mathieson and Davis 21 P. Dunbar 22- Co-operative Store 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H, Row 25 Serjeant and Bruce - 26 A. M'Lean and Co, i 27 G. H. Monds • . 28 Grand Junction Hotel 29 Railway Station. . 30 Savings Bank,. 31 Butter Factory 32 Police Station. : 33 National Bank 34 Pentland and Canfield. '. 35 C. E. Clarke. 36' Clerk of Cbutts " 37 "The Record'"' (J W. Guest)' ,, 38 A. J. Trood. 39 F. Peipei 40 F Griubb 41. J. Robinson. 42 R. F. Webb 43. W. Christensen and Co. 44. R. Widdis. . • 45. Rev. W. J. T.: Pa~. 46 Picone 47 W. M Donald (8 H. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
j 11 :* SEE OUR : WindowI' I) --FOR Seasonable Up-to-date Goods .Special Lines ----FOR-- One'Week Only It will pay you to inspect. COME RIGHT NOW TO ILAG. GlrUSTE SE!'S Commonwealtb , k~Jank of Lustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Thit Bknk Is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, IIobart, Brisbane, Roc.'hampton, Townsville, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to anly part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth, United KIingdomn and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed depolit'. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offico: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
H . ENNISI Franklin Street, TRARALGON. I appreciate the very Liberal Patronage, and remind the pub hIc that I can supply GENTLE MEN'S SUITS, etc., in all the LATEST PATTERNS andc the LATEST STYLES. _DRESSY SUITS OF THE BEST MATERIAL. A NEW and UP-TO-DATE SEWING MACHINE, for £5 "' The. Co-operator," at the C-OPERATIVE STORES, Traralgon. VETERINARY HOSPITA.. VETEFRINARY StIOING FORGE. -:PR I'KOKI' .'REET, TRARALGON. D. PHELAN, VETERINARY SURGEON AND HORSE DENTIST, FARRIER, &c, . . ROKSES ,FOD ao tht MOSE &PPR.3 S VED ?RINCIPL_. IsLtEAIE FEkII EXAMINED & SKIL FULLY TREATED. Hlon Mouthe EIxamined Free ,, Charge. I A TRIAL 80LICITIED THE Yorkshire Insurance Co., LIMITED, Established at York, 1824. Victorian Branch.: 30 Queen-street Mclb. A.' S. Warry, Manager. SFire, Live Stock, Growving Crops, Hay Stacks, Acci . dents. Claims pIrompt!y set- . tied. Local Agerit: E. L. BRUCE, Franklin Street, Traralgon. Larnd, Finance, and General Commission': Agent." AGENCIES: ' ...
Mathieson & Davis. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
Mathieson &: Davis. Mathieson and Davis report: Fat Cattle Fair yarding at Sale, and good conpetition; all sold well. At Stratford we yarded 30 head and effected a good clearance, p'ime qualit ies selling well. We sold Mr Zacher's cows ,7 i3s, Mr Taylor's cows ?3 6s Mr Lyon's cows to £9 Is, Mr Mur phy's cows to .5 4s, Mr Lyon's ; rime cows £10, Foster Bros.' cows j5 10s, J. Little's cows £6 i9s, J. Mills' bull ocks £10 17s Store Cattle-Fair yardings in our various markets and no alterationin prices; fresh condit ioned cows and bullocks are in good request, al-o breedy steers and heifbrs We quote conditioned cows to .£,5 2s, store cows in lots to £4 ls, cows and calves to £6 10s, young strers to £3 13s, bullocks at £6, pens" of empty heifers to £3 14s, springing heifers to £6 12s 6d, poddies to 28s. Sheep At.Stratford we yarded close on 3000 sheep and had a splendid clearance, well woolled young sheep and fats selling particularly well. We sold for Messrs Freitag and Co. a pe...
COMMERCIAL. GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
COMMERCIAL. -0o- GIPPSLAND STOCK MARKETS Theo. B. Little and Co. Theo. B. Little and Co. report: Fat Cattle.-Fair yarding at Traral gon, good prices ruling. At Heyfield we yarded 130 head of excellent quality cattle; bidding brisk and most satisfactory prices realised. We sold prime cows L7 5s to Lro, extra heavy do. to LxxII, good to L6 14s, inferior sorts from L5 2s 6d, speyed heifers L7 6d to L8 7s, ligl-t do. L6 so, light weight bullocks L8 i9s.. Store Cattle.- Our Trarallgon yards, as usual, were well filed on Tuesday, and although competlition was mostly confined to local buyers, almost every thing changed han s. More than usual at Sale. .Prices generally in buyers' favor. Fcrward springerL L6 2s 6d to L7 5s, pens of springing hei fers L5 to L5 ,9s, backward do. at L4 xIs, store cows L3 2s 6d to L4 2s, good conditioned do. LS, 18 months steers L3 7s 6d, 2j year old do. L5 tos, poddtes (small) 19gs 6d. Traral eon partiulars not to hand She'ep. We held a successful special sale ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
THE DISTINCTIYE HOUSEB. We make the real American We Make Everything in Some SPECIAL LINES at SPECIAL PRICES. Suit., Our Ladies Cos- Our ()wn Workroom. tumes please all. Trade with Hand Work a Speciality. a reliable firm, support Local In. The Latest In Men's OVERCOATS. duthe ry towand leavWe Youara Mone ain Just to Hand, all the Newest The Latest in' Men's Hats, Shirts, Ties, Etc. rheto . e ATRYaON al in Suitings, Etc. Just Opened--Something Choice in Footwear. EarenySts, Pac TYou ONrwit To day. SUITS from £3 3s. THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. CARTER & HUNT, Hig-class Tailors & outfitters, Traralgon. Litt'e Peter Pumpkin blew his little pose, Wiped his streaming eye-lids, Wore his warmest clothes, Put his feet in mustard, Sneezed twelve times-no fewer, Till his mammy cured him With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Your Eyes need attention Do not neglect them' Consult R. A Williams. Oualified Op. tician at A. H. CROSS's, Tra. ralgon Bazaar and General Newsagency. Buy those Spect...
An Historical Sketch. VI. A GLIMPSE OF OLD TRARALGON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
An Historical Sketch. VI. A GLIMPSE OF OLD TRARAL GON. (By T.A.P.) Amongst the earliest residents of Traralgon who are now with us, is MIr. H-I. J. Mapleson, and he has a good recollection of the pic ture which the township prcscn ted just 40 years ago. Mr. Maple son left Braybrook with his bro ther Joe on .an exploratory vlsit in December, 1873. With their horses and swags they made a circuit thlrou-h Rosedale, Sale, Bundclalaguah, Maffra and Heyfield, back to Roscdalc, as that was then the only point at which the river could be crossed. TraraIgon Im pressed them as being the most Jikely place of the future, for the railway was then bicmg surveyed, and selectors were flocking in, and taking up the land, which was then regarded as of exceptio.nal qual ity for general farm purposes. The bi-others returned to Bray brook, after 11 days absence, set tied up their affairs, and with a wvell-equipped two horse dray, star ted on their migration to the land of promise. Their first night's ca...
THE TRARALGON POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
THE, TRARALGON POST OFFICE. - -o The rapidly increasing business at the local post office has lready considerably outgrown the accom modation. Since Mr. Dunn tobk charge of the office the business has grown amazingly. The tele phone exchange was opened with about 20 subscribers, now there are 48, and the ilumber of connec tions will steadily increase when a new ?witch board is put in to carry 100 subscribers. ' The accommoda tion in.the room Is far too limited and some extension is inevitable at an ealry date. One suggestion is to extend the side and front .of the building to the building line, thus making room nearly twice its present size, bu't the job would be costly and unsatisfactory. A better suggestion is to annex the two rooms now occupied by the clerk of courts. This would give all the space required for some time to come. New rooms for the clerk of courts could be built on the south side of the court house.
LICOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
LICOLA. -o During the past montlh there has been favorable rains, 2.28 points being registered. Though late, owing to the mild weather and the warmth of the earth, thr ough absence of autumental rains, there is nice growth, and stock generally are looking well, sheep in- particulat. The first section of the road construction in this recently an nexed territory was laid off by Mr. Johnson, shire engineer, during the end of last month, and ten ders are invited, returnable on 10th inst. I ani afrilad the £3000 promised the shire council, on agreeing to annexmg. the territory, will not fiearly complete the road and bridge construction anticipa ted by that body. The shire coun cil should endeavor to induce the Main Roads' Board to take over that portion from Topping, to Glencairn, which even, when con structed, will be costly to maintain The mail service has been dis continued and we have a very re note chance of restoring it. The Deputy Postmaster-General in sists on looking at it from ...
Double Dissolution. LIBERAL CLAIMS SUCCEED. LABOR'S CONSTERNATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
Double Dissolution. LIBERAL CLAIMS SUCCEED. LABOR'S CONS'I'TERNAION. "I have to say that a day or two ago I tendered certain advice to His Excellency the Governor General, which he has been plea sea to accept, and I havc to an nounce that His Excellency has decided to dissolve simultaneously both Houses.-Mr. Codk, in the House of Representatives. The long expected blow feIl upon the Federal Parhament on I'Friday. When the House of Rep resentatives and the Senate met in the morning it was announced to each (by the Prime Minister rn the former and Senater Millen in the latter) that a doublle dissolu tion had been asked for by the Ministry, and has been granted by by the Governor-General. BIothli Houses immediately adjourned til jnext week. The announcement was rccecived with cnthusiatic Ministenal cheers, in which the Opposition members, who had hitherto been silent, eventually joined, in an endeavour to out-cheer the other .side. For some minutes after the motion for the adjournment ...
PIGEON SHOOTING. THE GIPPSLAND CHAMPIONSHIP. WON BY MR. R. KING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
PIGEON SHOOTING. -o- THE GIPPSLAND CHAMPION SHIP. '\,)N BY MIR. R. KING. 'T?e Ro-edale Gun Club had a ; s? ovr 'hooting competition yes cr:ayv ;or the champloilship of :ip-'and!. There were 27 com c:i:or5, from all parts of Gipps a t', and the conditions wcie 10 birds at 25 yards, and 11 birds at 27 yards. Mr. R. King, of Glengarry, made he "extraordinary achievemcnt of 'i!ling the whole of the 21 birds. He therefore won the champion t"ip and £2 7. }ir. T. A. Umphe'by. of Rosc dale, and Mr. O. Chnristensen, of lenogarry, divided the second and hird places. Speaking of hlus performance subsequcntly Mr. King said that he surprised himself.
GOOD MILKING SHEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
GOOD MILKING SHEDS. Farmers are ever looking for new ideas in farm buildings, and mn methods of working a farm. Mr. Chris. Woodward has just com pleted a new milking shed and dairy for Mr. V. Pentland, on his property near the town. The shed has ten bails mn one row, and it is open on the ceast side. It ts claimed that this arrangement is a material advantage, as the cows and attendants are protected from the westerly weather, whilst the morning sun tends to warm and sweeten the interior. The build mg is of sawn timber, supported by stout red gum posts, and cove red with corrugated tron. Tho bails are also made of sawn tim her, 4 ft. 6in wide, and 3ft. 6m. high, but the division boards are four inches from the floor. A feed trough runs the full length of the shed ,and the feed for eachl niilk ing is brought in oni a truck. The floor is covered with concrete, and is easily. drained and washed out with the hose. A number of dis tri-t dairy farmers have taken a fancy to the destin, and...
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. Who amongst the ladies has not stood, first on one foot and then on another, for a wearying half-hour or moro whilst a new frock was being fitted. There is a new invention that has been patented by a well-known ladies' tailor here that, like the ubiqu! tous hairpin, will be a boon and bless ing to women. The invention con sists of a rubber pneumatic figure, by means of which, if you have one cos tume made by this tailor, you need not go to be fitted again for any future frock. For instance, Mrs. D's pattern is cut, duly fitted and seamed up, and laid away in a cupboard. Six months later the lady is in Sydney or Ade laide, or up on the station, and orders a new frock from the tailor. Her pattern is taken out'of the cupboard, tuflated or blown up like a bicycle tyre, and the dressAis fitted on the pneumatic figure. After using, the air is let out, and the deflated shape Is put away until next time. This new Idea has been tried with great success lately, not only ...
TRARALGON SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 9 June 1914
TRARALGON SOUTH. -0---o-- A mee:ing rf the school ccmmittee .as held o, Wedneseay evening, in Ihe mechanics' hall, when there wrie p'esent-Messrs C. G. Lade (prebi, dent), G. PRntland, A. E Tlhonmpcn, E. G. Redpat', W. Watson I). M'Donald and Thns. Downey (corres. poorent). The minutes as read were confirmed on the motion of Mrs rs Pentland and Redpath. Correspondence. Miss G. Currie invited t.e School Committee to attend on Art or Day Accepted. From C. S. M'Pherson, pro. Edu cation Department, stating that a new 600 gallon galvanised iron tank would be sent up to the school to replace the the cnts that are leaking. (Tanks at Railway Station Traralgon). Moved by W. Watson seconded by D Mc'Dorald that the correspondent write and ask Fermission to cut ferns and naplings in the school ground. The meeting then closed. A meeting of the Rabbit Suppress. ion League was held the same evening and sme place, when there wete pre sent Messrs T Powell, (p esident) G. Pentland, Thos. Downie, 0. L...
THE CALLIGNEE ROAD. OBJECTORS SATISFIED. DEVIATION OF FAULKNER'S HILL. PLANS ADOPTED. TENDERS FOR UPPER END TO BE INVITED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 12 June 1914
THE CALLIGNEE ROAD. -0- OBJECTORS SATISFIED. DEVIAT4ION OF FAULKNER'S HILL. PLANS ADOPTED. TENDERS FOR UPPER END TO BE INVITED. At the meeting of the Traralgon shire council on Wednesday, Mlr. SambeUll, the engmineer, was able to state that all the objections to his scheme of roads in the Callig nee district had been withdrawn, and that there was nothing to pre-. vent, the route and plans being' adopted. The Calhlgnee people, he said ,were satisfied with the scheme. Mr. Gilmour had sug gested that it they got a devia tion of Faulkner's hill, the Cal hlgnee South people could still use the old road to Traralgon. Mr M'Cormack, one of the members of the Country Roads Board, would visit the district, to see what sum should be provided for the d" nation, and improvements to tho old road in other places. Thd president (Councillor E. S. Whittakers) said he understood they wanted the road improved at Faulkner's hill, and Dead Buls lock hill. MIr. Sambell replied that that was so. They had w...
GAS OR ELECTRICITY. STATE OF LOCAL GAS WORKS. DISCUSSED BY SHIRE COUNCIL. DECIDED TO WAIT FOR THE TYERS SCHEME. GAS WORKS TO BE IMPROVED. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 12 June 1914
GAS OR ELECTRICITY. STATE OF LOCAL GAS WORKS. DISCUSSED BY SHIRE COUNCIL. DECIDED TO \WAIT FOR TIlEl TYERS SCHEME. GAS WORKS TO 1BE IMP'RO VED. The question of gas or electri city mn Traralgon was discussed by. the local slire council on \Wecdncs day. All the councillors were ag reed that the time had arrived for facing the matter, and obtain nmg the best possible expert advice on the advlsabihlty of installing electricity in Traralgon. Councillor Pettit moved, on no tlce to the effect that owing to the state of the gas works and the demand for clectricity, the council obtain independent expert advice. He said that Councillors Clarke Anderson and lhimself visitetd the gas works, as previously arranged, and found ,them in a very bad state Since then he had visited other gaas works, and to be candid lie had to siy that compared with them the local gas !works were ill a disgrace ful state. They were not getting a proper return from the cozt con sumed. Other gas works got 10,000 and 11,...