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Virgie's Inheritance. CHAPTER V. "Who is he, and why is he here?" [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
Virgie's inheritance. ' By Mrs. G. SHELDON, Authoress of "Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," "Mona, or The Secret of a Royal > •• Mirror," "Imogen's Intrigue," etc. CHAPTER V. "Who Is he, and why is he here?" The next morning Mr. Abbot and his young guest visited the mine, and, after -a thorough examination of the former's claim, and instituting some inquiries, more for form's sake than anything else, regarding the wealth of the n, '.tic, generally, Mr. Heath became the J r.péliaser of Mr. Abbot's proper ty, an &lt;1, at once set about hiring com r.eicny minors to work it for him. "It jnay" prove bût a foolish quixotic '• rtaking after p.Í£"' he told himself, his negotiation«! >x*re completed, 1 must have some excuse for re '¿ here. That ■girl is the most ul being I ever met. She has ofore. I simply cannot go d leave her. I am sure her can live but a little while, and V'hat was to happen after Mr. Ab* ! bot should he taken away remained unsaid, and Mr. Heath walked on for ...
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. W. G-. White, Australian Produce Auction Rooms, 491 to 497 FHadera L;uie Afest, re ports as follows:— Cheese.— Market steady. Large supplies.. Prime lines of new. makes, 5$d. to tid. good matured, ókl. to 7d. Medium, new* to 5j;d. Loaf sizeÔ¿el. to 6d. Iuierior lot». Fresh Butter.—Market steady. Prime fac tory luiup realised to 1LM., a few speci al lots higher, prime separator, S^d to 10d_. good 7|d. to 8d., poor lower. Eggs.—Market steady. Ordinary lined. Is. 5d dozen. Prívale lines bigber. Bacon.—Steady. Light towncurctf ssdeei. 7d. to 7¿d.; luidcUes 71Á. t4.Sd.i^ams 7d. tCK 8d ; iard, 4^d. te v&lt;Hn»Waddefs. Honey.—Prime extracted, 3d. to3Jd.; me dium, dull, to 2Jd. Beeswax ls-.'ld. peril). Carcase Pork.—tfirra. Friday o»ly. - Prime light weights, we] l-dreseed, " "leaUfr&ii •id. to -t-^cl.; meJuirn and heavy' weig^tg^d. to 3d. Choppers lower. Prime, .Vwiotç. to. 3d, others 2|d. to 2£d. Pa'iltry.—Good demand -for .ptíoc,. íabW birds, poo...
NEXT MOST VITAL DISCOVERY. A Great Inventor's Opinion. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
NEXT MOST VITAL DISCOVERY. A Great Inventor's Opinion. Edison, the Inventor, has been asked ■what be considers will be the next most vital discovery in the scientific field. "Well," he replied, "the control of energy stored in coal, directly and without waste. "Ninety per cent, of the energy stflrcdin-coal ia now ltfst. V goes off in h est from-the c}ümnese; and »-es pecially wasted in the process of con verting water into steam. It, thesc* fore, means can be devised by which this great waste can be obviated, it wiil naturally revolutionise and vastly cheapen the production of power. "The result," adds Mr. Edison, -will have an. incalculable influence upon the material progress of civilisation. It will enable an ocean liner of, say 20,000 horse-power, to cross the At lantic in unprecedented time and with an expenditure of about one-tenth of the amount of fuel now required—250 tons instead of 3000' tons. Coal will be put In a receptacle, agencies applied for developing its energies w...
CHAPTER VI. "Will You Give Me Your Daughter?" [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
CHAPTER VI. "WiH You Give Me Your Daughter?" "Papa," sál'd VTrgie, putting a flush ed face inside the room where her father was sitting, and ail unconscious of the very serious considerations that were agitating his mind; "I have in vited Mr. Heath to take tea with us. A basket of the loveliest peaches came to us this afternoon from some myster ious source, which, however, I am in clined to think, he could tell us some thing about if he chose. So,-if you entertain him for a little while, I will go and prepare a dish of them for him to share with us." » "Yes, yes. Come in, Mr. Heath. I was wanting to see you. Run away, Virgie and attend to your peachea, and I will see that our friend is properl) entertained until tea is ready," the in valid responded, with unusual anima tion. Virgie tripped lightly up to hei chamber, where she vemovjfifl her hat, and stopped a moment before her glass to rearrange the .locks that lay -lightly upon her forehead, and blushed a conscious rosy ;¥ed as she...
[?]DING "GOOD-BYE." [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 31 May 1906
L *N¿hjNG "GOOD-BYE." goodbye! How hard it is for lovers to bid each other good-bye! Sisters and brothers, parents and children, are often called upon to say this last Parting word, and deep though their Angish be yet lovers have an es- pecally bitter pang when distance be- gins to grow between them. Whether a few months or a few weeks ago neither knew of the exist en&lt;Vpf the other, it makes no differ en^p^artlng brings a wrench that Is haca to be borne smiling. ïhey wlil meet agalni That Is the ons.hope that buoys them up, but how haul It Is to let the other go. , .v •ând who is it that suffers *.he- most? Usu^iy it is the girl, for generally it is shd who is left behind. While her lover ■çoes off to fresh scenes to work and a way smooth for her, she has to Svay and see the same place bereft of nm presence. At every turn she is iemfrded of her loss, instead of . having. frésii surroundings to rouses her out., of expression and to> bfing novelty «ad "brightness to chas...
BRIGHT MARRA[?] [?] WOMAN'S WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
WOMAN'S WORLD Husband and in their - own power to avoid a duU oiarried Ufe and make it attractive and happy. To be happy means to be contented, and lo be contented means to take your conditions of life as they aro uad not as you wane them lo be Tlitero are people., for instance, who stay at homo, moping and miserable, because they cannot enjoy themselves» on the Kamo seule us luoir neighbor« And it is such discontent which makes them, forgot the pleasure to be found in home iií'o itsou", and in the doings ol' their 6~wu family. . The object oí married life is not so much "the aceumulat^t^f money comfort within your meansT^tlîe pro per training and education of vour children 1'or t|Js world's struggle,* ami looking out lor a rainy day and old age. There can bo do dulness in mar ried life if health and cotfteutmeut grace a home; it man" and wile under stand ami fulfil their respective du ties, and if some degree of intellect or some literary or musical inclination enhance the leisure ...
BIRDS DELIGHT IN WASHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
BIRDS DELIGHT IN WASHING. The perfect cleanliness of some ani mals is a very notable circumstance when we consider that nearly their whole lives are passed in burrowing in the earth and removing nuisances: yet such is the polish of their coating and limbs that we seldom find any soil adhering to them. All the beetle race, the chief occupa tion of which is crawling in the soil about dirty places, are, notwithstand ing, remarkable for the glossiness' of their covering and freedom from de filements of any kind. Birds are unceasingly attentive to the neatness and lustration of their plumage. All reptiles and the slug race, though covered with slimy matter, are perfectly free from soil. The fur and hair of beasts in a state of liberty and health is never filthy or sullied with dirt. Some birds roll .themselves in dust, and occasionally particular beast« cover themselves with mire; but this is not from any liking or inclination for such things, but to free them selves from annoyances, or ...
BEWARE OF OVER-EXERCISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
BEWARE OF OVER-EXERCISE. It is probable that more harm n done by over-exercise than by taking Loo little. The man who over-develops Iiis muscles in order to pose as a strong man suffers for his rashness in after-years^ ' Exercise to exhaustion should never be indulged in. Those footballers, cyciists, and harriers who regularly play or ride so furiously, or run so immoderately that they fre quently find tliemselvcs in a state of collapse- immediately after enjoying their favorite sport, are doing them selves considerably more harm than Tepid or moderately warm bathing is recommcuded by most doctors, as the cold extracts more heat from the body than the nervous personx can spare. Sea .bathing has a favorable influence. Clothing should be as light as pos sible. Tight boots, corsets, belts, and garters must be carefully avoided. Nine, or even ten, hours of sleep may bo advantageously taken. Use of tobacoo- is best avoided. Smoking certainly impairs the nervous system. Persons of very ne...
CHAPTER VIII. Mr. Abbot Desires an Immediate Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
CHAPTER VIH. Mr. Abbot Desires an Immediate Marriage. Whether it wus owing to the excite , meut of the previous evening, or to a . feeling of relief from care and anxiety ■ upon Virgie's account which made Mr. . Abbot feci that at last he might safe ly lay down his burdens, it would be , impossible to say, but he was alarm ! ingly ill the morning after the betroth al, and unable to rise from his bed. ; .H is strength seemed to have left 1 him, and he lay weak as a child, pant ing with every breath, a deadly faint ness and sinking sensation frequently seizing him and making him feel as if the world was rapidly slipping from his grasp. Virgie was in an agony of fear. . She had' never seen her father so ill before, and it seemed to her that he must dte-if he did not soon have re lief. • "What shall I do?" she asked, in a ¡ helpless, appealing way, of Sir Wil He had been summoned as soon as , Mr. Abbot's condition had been disco 1 vered, and he, too. feared that the end was very near, w...
POLITICAL LABOR LEAGUE. ELECTION OF OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
POLITICAL LABOR LEAGUE. ELECTION OF. OFFICIALS. - A largely-attended meeting of the Political Labor League, recently form ed in Trafelgar, was held in the me chanics* institute on Saturday evening for the purpose of electing office bearers and committee for the ensuing half-year. Mr. McLoon having been voted to the chair, explained the object of the meeting, and referred to the recent visit oí Messrs. Bennett and Hannah, M.'sL.A., who delivered interesting addresses on labor ques tions. He (the chairman) urged that the workinfjmen should stand shoulder to shoulder and fight their battles. - . Among the many planks in the labo^¿g ! platform which he admired one i out very prometí tly—a tax on xaiix&r proved land. He would now ask ttiem to select their office-bearers and com mittee, and he hoped the best men %■ would be chosen. Mr. McLoon, on being nominated as president (by Mr. . Horrocks) said he would much prefer to see someone else elected to this im portant position, as h...
Virgie's Inheritance. CHAPTER VII. "Will You Be My Wife?" [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
Virgie's Inheritance. By Mrs. G. SHELDON, Authoress of "Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," "Mona, or Tlie Secret of a Royal Mirror,". "Imogen's Intrigue," etc. CHAPTER VU. "Will You Be My Wife?" m ! Ol oí üur^ig lea. He was indeed more like I lüü uriliiant, eutwtaJning host that lie I Uisud to uti iu tueir ioruicjr beauUtul I hume in Sau iYanciseqg ilia* Virgie I üaü - - woudered what oould occupied, it was cvkí&lt; for liiui lo converse at . lie a thau oQco before be resj glauco whenever it met hers thril lier strangely, and kept a beauti llusli upon lier cheeks throughout t meal. When it was concluded the two young people wenr out upon the porch co view the sunset, while Mr. Abbot retired to his room, where he began looking over >xycl re-arranging the pa yers tu. his /osk. There \^rs no need n Eistory wiLh Lawrence | Baucroit. He had not a doubt ; the result of Sir William Heath's iug. He was sure that Virgie loved him, and he was filled with u blessed | content and Servent...
SHIRE OF NARRACAN. COUNCIL MEETING. FRIDAY, 1st JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
SHIRE OF NARRACAN. COUNCIL MEETING. FRIDAY, 1st JUNE. ;'4oveeco™?i,J'„mTi;í'' «» P™»„? rí V h'ld oa Fe,day !*»■ H?»n (Presiden!, ¡„ the chau-, Davies, Dickinson, Austev Jam"; Ll°íá' Mahon* WilliUl S COREESPONDENCE, jß «« fu -J í 0 . newv_foj>1I3ed road on mÄ / Tí" 1™"' bBtw&lt;">" Seven mils bridge and Look'» Creek, before the ma-JS*?™, .Wn,er,8ft*9 that he! engaged two men for one day ht his own expense, in partially filling in same Re quest grarted, to cost L2. niXtm'l ?f°vd °f Healih' M áisp°-al of nigutsoil at Yurragon.-See motion. „P™ 1',£*"&lt; Ne«rim South, re the valuation of hi, properly, and ,„tta dM at w 15 years struggling to make a horns rit; J'7? crœPM "> i«™ ¿t. — . lo be attended to later on, *>m Seoret.ry Biirtvood Boy.-,'Dome, _ a-Kino fora aonation.—Received. '^Frorn W. M'Farlane, Eilinbank, for warding cheque for L9 6. 81 for rates dne and stating that he was disgusted with the.vahlation placad upon his property— From Department of Pub...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
Wc iflay now sav good-bye To the Ion* dacror's biUs, To die coughs and the colds And the various chiiU. For the liïcçli and the low, The rich and the poor Have found aU. they need— Woodav Peppermint Cure. Wu£K He' 13 Not A. Fool.—A man íb nearly always a fooL If he be young the . world save, "When he is older he will know more." If "ho be older it saya "He U old enough t&lt;o know better." And when ho âs old it says, "There is no kind of fool equal to an old fool;" And though at all ages "a fool and his money are soon parted." there U one time-in his Ufe when the business man is no fool, and thH happy moment occurs when lie makes up kis Tor Bronchial Cooghs take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. la. 6&lt;L
Had a Great Spree On Water. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
Had a tireat Spree Oil Water. Tlieve is a member in the House who has for many rears been fond of fluid ta invigorate. Tbc other day lje reached l&lt;i quit—I don't Know for how long. Oafc. the very day of this resolution, bat be fo i e it had time to cool or grow feeble, he met a friend with whom he had &lt;»i!oa sI eut a merry eveoiog, says the Phila delphia Telegraph. The first prop .i lion A\as to go and get a drin!:. 'i iie member—who withal is an origina' fei-] low—¡-aid ho did not drink, but would ¿0 along. They went to a fashionable, restaurant; the friend ordered wine and the member took water. He managed' to make" as merry aa his companion. More wine «as ordered and mure w.i.er, and as the frieud warmed under the influence of the active liquor, tho' member followed in all the merrivieufc' oí his moiKl. When the wine-dn ...or pounded* Aie table with hin fist« ia maud.in euergy and called for m&lt;>re wine, cursed the waiter and oAed'
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM ODE CORRESPONDENTS.) MOE. ! A pupil of the Thorpdale State School, Walter B, King, has comple ted his fourth year in attendauce with out missing a single meeting. Mr. H. Willie, who was formerly stationmaster at Beulah, and is now in charge of the Moe station, was presen ted by the residents with a purse of sovereigns. Our new S.M. was in charge of the above station for nine years. At the meeting of the Loval Narra can Lodge, M.U.IO.O.F. (Moe), held on Thursday last, the following office- i bearers were ejected for the ensuing term:— G-M., Bro K Haiden; N.G., Bro Max Schmidt; V.G.., Bro Ë. J. Hoskiüs ; Secretary, Bro EC. Robin son ; Assist. Secretary, Bro Norman. Dwyer ; Treasurer, Bro Geo. Irwin, Auditor, Bro E. Taylor; Warden, Bro H. Stagg ; Guardian, Bro J. Car dell ; R.S. to N.G., Bro T. Haigh ; L..S., Bro B. Johnston ; R.S. to V.G.; Bro G. Lenz ; L.S. to V.G. Bro J. Reed. At the local Court of Petty Sessions ou Thursday last, before Mr Cresswell, i P.M., an...
NARRACAN V. ALLAMBEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
NARRACAN V. ALLAMBE E. The» NurTHcnn FuotJviil team playeé AlUmbce. "n the T 'orp Ule ground, on Saturday I , ¡t pleaBint former, chiefly owing to tIi« bad kicking of the AUainbee players, who only managed to seeutv 1 goal out of 14 tries. The sc"ivs were —Narracao, 7 gofils 8 hihmds! AUambee, 1 goal 13 behiods. Dar ing the play, D. Himmoml, captain &lt;>£ the Narracan team, had the mis fortune to sprain his tinkle, and will be unable to play for some time.
THORPDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
^THORPDALE. ^Tbe contract for the removal of the Geachville butter factory, and re-eree ttoa at Tborpdaîe railway station, has been let to Mr W. Peacock, of Thorp dale. The work is to be proceeded with at once, and the proprietors (Messrs Haines and Oswin, of Oastle maine) expect the work to be com pleted in two months, f A euchre party ana dance, under the auspices of the Thorpdale Foot ball Club, took place on Tuesday evening at the Thorpdale ball. The games were well-contested and enjoy able. The dance, which followed, was well patronised, and of equally enjoy able a character. The prize-winners were as follows :—Ladies' prize (cut glass sugar and butter basins), Miss Nellie Peacock, with ten out of eleven games ; goiits' prize (silver-mounted pipe), Mr E. King—after a play-off, five gentlemen having tied with seven games. The " booby" prizes were carried off by Mrs Canning and Mr F. Webster respectively.
RULES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
1 TW Buk« of tlr« Victoria» 'íc-wWl A.s*od¡itio¿&lt; to ¡le oIvsfT'.tAÍ. i1. Kacli club tú \k .'epre^ouLc^l . ,v» I »yTh ¿ '."lekä^! ií» fc'í "¿"""-usó .i" î£ ¡i. rtk-i, lie phivs. with llic Sroú'y ot ih^MWte a'&'oi ÄSKÄi&i rtigistored 14 clava prior ts-auri, Mek l'Ile rs^=;»í (j. Ali protests must bo. accompanied liv a cash rlopcjsú of Ten Shilling, Sb. (id. of wlueh 1 ±rt. tíuck 8. The delegates shall have power t) deal with any charge against any phyer re ix>rted by the field umpire, for rougit play or use of abusive language. 9. lu thô event of two or move clubs hav ing made au equal number of points for highest, placü ut close of hist yound oí the competition, stich club* will ntay off on ->ucti ground ;is the rlelegataa deckle. 11 playera mast play i rtbeadd. fee of 5ö.mus.t be paid club buforè the iir&t match "is played, aiul that; h guarantee of lQo. Od. bo paid by e;n h club round a«d^tíi(9ü^removin'Q^utl^fl^'!i',rPidfas shall be allowe...