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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
Professional Notices. [á card.] J. A. WILMOTH S O N, SOLICITORS, MELBOURNE is» TRAFALGAR. Mr. R. J. AVilmoth Visits Trafalgar on first and Tliird Saturday in each month. (Coromissionm-s for taking AfikJaTits). La cabdJ HUBERT KELLY, Solicitor, Proctor a rid Conveyancer, TRAFALGAR, V/sirs MOE Everv Tuesday. AU kinds o£ LEGAL WORK Transacted. CRAV, FRIEND & WILLIAMSON Barristers and Solicitors, WAfiEAGDL. Notary Public: Commissioners of the Supreme Conn of Victoria and of (lie Higli Court of Australia. TOMti« - »SIM - £VK8V - MB8MÏ. (11.30 a.m. to 5 p ut). Or on other dates by appointment. TBU8T MùXlà. TO LEND FRANK GKËACH, BARRISTER AND SOLJCJTOR, Proctor and Conveyancer, trust mojif.ts to sjskd. Head Office: \ QUEEK SfTKKKT, WAKRAGClT ' (fceit lo "r:„arfia„" 0«i„> 7 Wot Mr. 0^,. cn„«,a&lt;cd&lt;p»ily. M. davinjb, / Barrister t k W. LEoLlJjj s.\\ j.uq ic.roR, • &lt;19 COLLINS ST., HELBüOßKE. to LLNLi, £100 to KO CUÜiLISilON. ' " Sccunfcs^0' UiIls nu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
BpoRtinci NûTIOïS, SOL. GREEN, The Levlatlan of Australia, on or off the Course. ' Member of BOWES' T ATTERS A IL'S CLTJB, M ELS O TJSJSTJS, Straight-out and Double Bf&s Now Open V.R.c. Crâna National Hurdle and Steeplechase SPBCI¿zf~ÚOTICB. "When wiriD£,ffOû«yfitate »me in Telegram • toaTddd^fi-^; v\ ¡ ^ ifiiattd Of fcofajUog "winning voucher Í Äways state, feus« triim. MnHin» insírur- I tiona. . I Starting pri irban Eacea. NU LIMIT. S.P. Commissioners mean if non-starter no I business, I All Telegrams mast be reply paid. "No I Reply, No Business. , Price List will be forwarded on applio The following ia sufficient Address.— SOL. GREEN, MELBOURNE. ,The Oldest Establishment and Most Liberal TURF COMMISSION AGENT IN THE COMMONWEALTH. THE COUNT (E. N. ABRAHAMS), (Late OXEHHAM and THE COUNT). VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. thanking his ntimeron tfieir past favors . |icgs to assure theití- that hie odds , '^?Sf..Sa^So£n&lt;'Aua" i£ CraStaÂ'.lâyi '"*«•«»?; ^ anef_ Melbourne C...
The News. Nee temere, noc timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. AND PUBLISHED THRUSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
PRINTED - AT TRAFALGAR« Published Thursday Mornings THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1906. NOTES AND" COMMENTS. The supply of potatoes into.. Trafal gar is beginning to show a falling off. On the whole ¡the Swamp has yielded fully double the quantity anticipated, and the settlors are jubilant at their good fortune. The number of emigrants who left Ireland last year—30,676 native born —was the smallest on record since official returns were instituted in 1851 and was a decrease of 5226 as compar ed with the .previous year. In the good old times when oil was used in light-houses a 6UUD candle power lamp was considered immense. ®he latest electric lighthouse built in France (Heve, at Havre) will have the power of 2,500,000 candles. The Trafalgar brasB band benefitted to the extent of nearly £2 by a collec tion madç at an entertainment the other evening. Mr. Jennings, who> was recently appointed bandmaster, takes charge of the baud from to After advertising asa widower for another wife, a man at St....
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free of cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SUNDAY NEXT, JUNE 3, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are insè*£èd free o! cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] Sunday Next, , J'use 3, 1906. I Wesleyan Ciruncii.—'Trafalgar, 11 a.m, Mr. Weir; Trafalgar, 7 p.m., Mr. SingLton; Trafalgar South, 3 p.m., Mr. Singleton; Coalville, 3 p.m., Mr. Tillotson; Tborpdale, 3 p.m., Rev. Edwards; Thropdalo South, 11 a.m . Kev. Edwards; Narracan, 7 p.m., Rev. Edwards; ■ oe, 7 p.m., Mr. Band; Tanjil South, 2.30 p.m., Mr. Aiors; Hill End, 11 a'm., Mr. Akers; Swamp, 3 p.m., Mr. Green. Cîfloncu of Engird.—Kev. C. L. Crossloy "will conduct services on Sunday &.$_ fclWcv -Vr.i, 11 : Yarragon, 7 p.m. Mr. C. It. Wilson will conduct servi^^^H Sunday aa follows:—Shady Creek 11 n^H Swamp E., 3 p.m.; Moo, 7 p.m. ' îîEsorTBRiAîf CitDROii.—Tbe Kev. J. á. Taylor will coaduct services next Sunday as follows:—Moe, 11 a.m; Yarragon, 3 p.m., Trafalgar, 7 p.m.
Prove Out of His Mouth. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
Prove Out of His Mouth. "Seamen's return" tickets are issued by most British railways at seaport towns to sailors at reduced rates. A rather ^well-groomed young man de ing-clerk at Hull demurred. * " 'Seamen's' returns' are only issued to sailors," he snapped. "Well, I'm a sailor," was the reply. "I have only your word for that," said the clerk; "how am I to know it is correct?" "How are you to know?" came the answer. "Why, you leatlier-necke^ swivel-eyed son of a sea-cook, it you! feel'my starboard boom runnmaJ^"' of your headlights you'll j1 T? 1 been doing more than sit on a' 810 haul In yoiir Jaw-tackle a bit!' "Glye Mm tlie ticket," sal&lt;^ seogfer superintendent, ■ theard the dialogue; "uQ3m .right enough!" .
GOVERNMENT GRANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
Goyekkííent Géants. In Úie present straightened circum stances this shire caa take little or no initiative towards opeuiug up new roads; and that being, so, rather than remain in a state of stagnation, I should advocate, in' view, of Mr. Mackey's recent speech at Dariium, that the Government'^be approached through our members, :to obtain what we are rightly and justly entitled to—Government Grants.
GENERAL SIR CHARLES TUCKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
GENERAL SIR CHARLES TUCKER. Many and many are the good stor ies told of General Sir Charles Tucker. Bluff and genial in manner, he was one of the keenest soldiers to be found, and it is to be doubted, despite the good work he accomplished in South Africa, whether his great qualities have ever had sufficient scope to display them selves. His most notable characteris tic, however, was the somewhat un conventional freedom of diction he permitted himself at times. Many years ago, when he was in command of the troops in Malta, he received a complaint from the senior chaplain on the station that some of the wives of the non-commissioned officers and men did not' attend church with suffi cient regularity. Tucker promised to look into the matter, and promptly had the husbands of the peccant dames paraded. After explaining the reason for calling them together, he conclu ded with a burst ot anger, in which he said: "Now, look here, I am not in the least concerned about your wives' future eith...
LITIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
Litigation. ! Unfortunately this sliire has, as you j know, an extensive law suit in. hand, i and I- have heard very many bitter remarks used against those who are held to be responsible for plunging the ratepayers into ^uch expensive litigation, but surely .the major por tion of responsibility ought to be with their legal adviser,' who has so injudiciously advised them.
He Spoke His Mind. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
He Spoke His Mind. Two Irish farmers who had not seen each other for a long time met at a fair. They had a lot of "things to tell each other. "Sbure, it's married I am since I saw yez last," said one. "You don't tell me so," said the other. "Falx, yes," said the first speaker, "an' I've got a fine healthy fchoy which the neighbors say is the very picture of me.'' The second farmer looked for a mo ment at the Benedict, who was not remarkable for his good looks. "Och, well, what's the harrum so long as the child's healthy?" he said consolingly.
Scathing. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
Scathing. General Sam Houston was once drawn into a somewhat heated politi cal disoussion with a physician who held decidedly different views and did not regard the General with very friendly sentiments. "General," the doctor exclaimed, after several reverses, "I like you well enough socially, but politically I would not believe any of your statements." "I would believe you, doctor," was the quiet reply of the General. "Then, sir," cried the doctor vehem ently, "you have a much better opin ion of me than I have of you!"~ "Not a better opinion, doctor, but I simply have a little more politeness than you possess!"
CHAIRMAN'S REMARKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
Chairman's Remarks. '' I- Mr. Calvert, having been voted to j the-chair, explained tfifr objectif the ! meeting, and referred io the present I unequal representation of the sliire ¡ at the council table. It was quite time l +WMûtt__S.wanip liad a voice in the f I management of municipal afFatro,-ancLl ¡ ratepayers of the north riding* would j have an opportunity of bringing this j about in August next by electing Mr. ; Parkes as their representative. He I resided in a locality situated miles : away from any other councillor, and ¡ in a part of the shire hitherto un ¡ represented. In introducing the can i didate, he claimed ior hiia. a fair and I impartial hearing.
NARRACAN SHIRE. THE COMING ELECTION. MR. PARKES AT YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
' NÀRRAÇAN SHIRE. THE COMING ELECTION. MB. PARKES AT YARRAGON. 3Ïr. Parkes, the local candidate for the north riding seat in Ñarracan council, opened the campaign at Yar ragon last Saturday evening. The weather was very "ünfavoi-able, the night being both wet and dark, while the roads were in such a. state as to render travelling both difficult and dangerous. Considering these dis advantages the attendance was very , satisfactory, especially as a number of i the ratepayers present-had travelled; several miles for the purpose of bearing j the candidate's views on shire matters, i The gathering included no less than I : four members of the Navrucan council 1 —Crs. Evanp, Davies, Mahoay and James—and these gentlemen -evinced a very keen interest in the proceed ings.
LOCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
I can Dût claim to be à resident of your end of the riding, but I can, and do, claim to be ceutral, and as such to be in a better position to ascertain facts as to the condition of roads, etc., than it is possible for anyono liv ing at either extremity to do. One , jtliing I should like to* impress upon I you, and that is that my supporters and myself disclaim any intention of ouätiug s the-~ "'vjnlat.ive fi-om.hfs'seaVunä° bet 'simply ~&tïe "mercad. liiätion ~öiT the Swamp portion of the riding justifies a more equitable residential distribution of seats in tlie council. And again,^ Gentlemen, I would like to dispel any'impression that because I am a resident near Trafalgar, and my interests lie chiefly, there, I have any feeling of opposition to the towns of Moe and Yarragon. I contend that it is just as iocnmbont on the part of your representative to fairly and impartially safeguard the interests of those towns as those in bis own immediate vicinity. And I can assure you ...
THE CANDIDATE'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
The Candidate's Address. Mr. Parkes, o i rising, had a very ! encouraging reception, and addressed : the meeting as follows:— ! Introduction. j ¡ Mr. Chairman and rat payers of the I north riding—I am here to-night in response to the wishes of my supporters ; to give expression to my views on I sliire matters, and in order to do so in as brief and concise a manner as possible, I-have committed my address to paper, so as to en3ure ample time for after discussion.
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION AT MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION AT MOE. A public meeting was lield at Hoe, rp.election-matter . * ... The following resolutivos wereStib sequÂtîy carried :— . • Moved by "Mr." Bennett, seconded by. ■-"-Tha*. a Progress Association "foe formed in Moe, to be called ' The Moe and District Progress Association.' " Moved by Mr. Taylor, seconded by Mr Mackenzie—1That Mr. Crowe be j appointed secretary. -"w*»*--- J Moved by Mr. ftobinson. seconded i by Mr. Crowe—That Mr. BelHftß ap--: pointed president. t I Moved by Mr. Matches, second'ed | by Mr: Robinson—Tii3t Mr. T. HaigU ¡ Dw aupoiLnc-J -'^>^u'&lt;3sxdent. | Mr. Matches, on the'•moiröb -ofr! Messrs. Crows and Robinson, was elected to a similar position.. Moved by Mr. Bennett, seconded by i Mr. Matches —That Mr. Robinson be i elected to the position, of treasurer. | Moved by Mr. Robinson, seconded by Mr. Haigh—That thw subscription I feo be Is. per annum. I The Secretary wate' instructed to | write, to the Albertos Association for a cop...
THE BUTTER INDUSTRY. CONFERENCE OF FACTORY MANAGERS [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
THE IUTIER INDUSTRY. CONFERENCE OF FACTORY MANAGERS« At the conference of butter factory managers held in Melbourne recently, resolutions in favor of compulsory grading of butter, payment for butter fat instead of commercial butter, and compulsory weighing of samples of ! cream to ascertaiu the butter fat con tents, were earned, in each case by a substantial majority. Dr. Cherry, Director of Agriculture, explained the working of the new Daiiy Supervision Act, which, if car ried out oil the lines mentioned by him, will prove a great boon to the farmer, §nd not a hindrance in any way. He explained that any assistance will be given to the producer to im prove his methods. ■ Dr. Cherry has promised to visit Trafalgar in Aug'ust to give a lecture .ou the Bill, which comes into force in this district in October. Although New Zealand butter brings from 2s. to 6s. On the London market more than the Victorian butter it was proved beyond doubt that the New Zealand farmer gets less than the Vi...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
Lmelbooiuse cattle market. w ^Lessrs. Ada,"rt j3u,'fc.trt;Ulo ur.d Co. report u:idor -date 25th May:— Weliaa ? much small yarding of cA'tllc fcxJay. couMSting; pviocipall/ -Ä store cows, spnneers, ftrid t; ]in«S::X>f yout'g st:;:/':. being per;mj&lt;I A .Mh.xeks.—Tliis class wus >vo' sen*,'.''! ü« ivas o'uhty vu í-i.ick request, rmuc heavy realized from 10s. to 406. (a few extra dioico to 49s.); primo and good, 35s. to o8s. liiil.t, 26s. to 30s. Back Fatckíü).—Extra, COs. to 80s.; weighty, 40s. to 55s.; rough and in ferior hard to quit from 30^. Messrs' McPimil Bros and Co., re _port under date of 17th May, 1906. About 18'iO pips yarded for to-day's suie. Stores—Fair supply to hand. Extra strong made froto 12s to 15a ; good, 7s (o 10s ; suckers and slips, 49 to 7s. Pork—Moderate yarding. Extra prime sold at i'rooj 2tis to 27s ; prime, 22e to 25s ; light, 18s to 21s. Bacon—" Full number penned, and the general tone of the market was weaker. Prime made from 40s to 40s, a...
HORSE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
BO&öE SALE. - Skews and Patterson. report hejíj a higbîy successful horse suie Warragiil on Wednesday. There was a good yarding of horses.'and splendid. attendance oí buyers, including many ./rom. outside the district, and one from N.S.W., who operated freely in common light hacks ior station-use. The yarding amounted to 150 head, 75 of which changed hands. 'ïbey quote as under:—Extra givod draughts, £33 to £3G; second. £20 to £31 ; aged do., £20 to £25. others £12 to jQl'i ; delivery sorts. £~0> to.XÜÍ..1 agf»'l 4o.» •ßlO to £1S '» superior b»ggy. bora«$»' £IS to £21! i secood do., £10 to £14 ; draught«, ¿tyrs oíd, £Ii> to ¿£19 ; do., lvr., £'10 to £1.¿ ; superior ponies, ]"[ han^3) £-0 to £29 10s, others from £8 IC)* t0 £12 10s small ponies, £5 5s to 10s ; do., lyr., £é 15s to £5 IOS ; common Lacks, best, &lt;£12 10s to £45 ; second do., £9-to ¿6X1 ; aged, i£6 to £8 ; aged and inferior fiom £3.
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
MULTUM IN PáRVO. The first English "dv.kc -vas created in 1337. England consumes 40,000 tona of Irish eggs annually. •• For first-class printing at moderate prices, try this office. Advertise in this paper and your business will prosper. Champagne was first made by monks in the seventeenth century. Threes tkwsaná marriages qje per ^ ííie greatest-university is Oxford> which has 21 colleges ana five halls It is computed that there is oue horse in Britain to every it persons. More than 100 stokers are required to feed • the fires of a fast Atlantic Jennings and Mclunes' next fort nightly sale at Trafalgar on Saturday June 2. Mathie80n and Davis fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, .Tune 9th. The Bank of England contains silver ingots which, have lain in its vaults since 1696. Fully one-thircLof the land in. Gréât Britain is owned oy members of the House of Lords. .• . All descriptions of Job Printing ex ecuted at the News office—quickly, neatly, cheaply. . . ;* , Analy...