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FOOTBALL. TRAFALGAR v. BUNYIP [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

FOOTBALL. TRAFALGAR v. BUNYIP-, The last watches in the (irst round of the Central and West Gippsland Football Association, wero concluded on July 15th. Trafalgar and Bun yip met on the local ground unci a well contested game resulted. The ground was greasy and the ball diffi cult to handle, while players fre quently lost their equiiihruui 'and enjoyed a mud bath to the iuiense delight of tho limited numbtr of spectators. The first quarter ended with the scores at S points all, but the half time bell left the visitors G points to the good. The home team reduced the lead held by Btinyip and gradually forged ahead and finished with a lead of 5 points before the final ohange of ends. A grand effort was made by the visitors to reverse tkeir position, but the last bell found them further in arrears. Scores, Trafalgar, 5-7. Bunyip, 3-7. Bunyip were out to win. Trafalgar likewise. It was a fight for position, i Ilogan Bros, were Trafalgar's bes t It was ''Hogan again" Then tho other Hogaii...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

NARRACAN. From Our Own Correspondent. A mooting of the shareholders of tlie Gippslnnd Co operative Bacon Factory was held in tho Public Hall on Saturday evoning last, over wliicb MrG. H. Koid prosidod. Mr Jaroes ForByth-who was appointed to at tend the annual mooting at Dande none-pave a lengthy, concise report, which was afterwards freely discussed and the following motions woro car ried, and a copy ordered to be sont to tho Directors :-(1) ,l That this Com miteo do thoir beat to dispose of more shares, and also try anil got as many pigs as possible for tho fac tory." (2) '. That this Committee considers that the amonnt (£665) is excosBive for the numbor of pigs loaded, and it suggests that agents he paid commission on pigs loaded." A vote of thanks to tho Delegate and Chairman closed the proceedings. Tho annual meeting of the local Rifle Club was held in the Pul.lic Hall on ISth instant, tho Capt. (Mr Walter Auchterlonio) occupying tho chair, their being a largo attendance of memb...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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YARRAGON. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

YARRAGON. A.N.A. Th«» usual fortnightly meeting of tlit* ubov«> branch wsi.s held mi July l.-ith' Mr M. O'Brien presiding. Th»! minii'^ of the previous meet ing were continued and correspon dence dealt with. Omm nomination for membership wa» rccoiviMl and accounts amount ing to £11 2* w<«rti pa?.3t-d for pay ment A hoauy voir <>)' thank.-* was accor ded Mf^.-rs Canty. Starr and lyncher for tin* part iln*y rook in the recent debate witn the Wan-amil branch. The S\llabus item lor tl;e evening win u paper bv Mr Canty on the .'Ascent'o* man" which proved very interest JUL'. .The Hvllabiiri item for next meet ing is a Debate with Trafalgar, and the subject is "Is the work of tho Main ftnads IBoard advantageous to this Shin*." Mr Manning ban been asked to act an judge.

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Ostrich Farm attracts Land Buyers. SUCCESSFUL SUB-DIVISIONAL SALE OF IRRIGABLE LAND AT BAMAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

. Ostrich Farm attracts Land Buyers. SUCCESSFUL, SUB-DIVISIONAL SALE OP IRRIGXBLE LAND AT . BAMAWN. Messrs J, K, Jenning and M'I lines 4II Bourke street, Melbourne, report a recent sale 011 account of Mr A. E! Winifield, late of Staughton Vale, now of Bedford Park, N.S.W., of 2146, acres, situate at Bammvn, and known as Broderick's, the purchaser being Mr H. Sanderson, of Tonga, Mansfield. This area of land was bought chiefly with a view of forming an Ostrich Farm in this district. The enterprise has now hceri completed, and contains i!S7 ostriches, fine healthy birds, imported from Coon amble, New South Wales. The pro prietor informs us that the birds are doing equally as well as in the Coon amble district These birds have been a wonderful attraction, and on a recent Sunday 72 vehicles and motor cars were counted in the lane adjoining this property inspecting birds, included in which were many land buyers, and the following sales were effected through the above firm (on account of ...

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THE HAND OF FATE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

THE HAND OF FATE. 13y SI11S. Cult NOCK. Wliou the prison gates clanged be hind him, and Steven Grendon step ped out a tree man into tlic April sunshine, his Ural coherent thought was olio that ill accorded with the calm beauty of the world, waiving to her livery of spring. A warder con ducted him to t-liu station, bade him a iriendly farewell Willi a few kindly words, ami left liim. Jlo wus a tree man. lie hardly realised it as the train steamed away iron) tlie little station, and he left frowning l'ort latul, with its bleak roclts, its iiuar ries, its outlook over illiniitable sea, behind him. The one aii-per\ ailing thought in iiis mind was one ol re venge. Wasn't it natural? Was ho to be blamed lor wishing with all his Heart and strength tluiL the matt who had deliberately left him to suffer tor five hideous years in a convict pri son, lor a crime lie had never com mitted, should be confronted witit his own villainy and brought to book? He was not even sure of tile man, yet he ha...

Publication Title: Trafalgar And Yarragon Times
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YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

YARRAGON. Oitr Own (Jorrexjiamtenl A very heavy thuuderstorm passed over the town about 6 o'clock last Tuesday week. In some houses the windows were broken, lamps were extinguished, and pictures were shifted from their places on the walls. A tree, just outside the town, was struck by lightning and splintered into matchwood. The recent heavy rains caused the Moe river, Contour and Main drains to overflew their banks, and all the adjacent land was flooded, in some cases reaching as high as four feet. I Tho oldest residents say it was the highest flood they have witnessed for the past 17 years. Hundreds of rab bits were drowned along thu banks of tho river. The now main read between Yarragon and Dainnm was in some places covered with two feet of water, and at ones houso on the Swamp the wafer reached the win dows. Senator Findley, one of the Labor Party, who is one of the candidates seeking re-election at the forthcom ing election, addressed a very large gathering in the Mechanics' Ins...

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Farewell to Constable O'Mara [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

Farewell to Constable O'Mara I A plonwuit little social function in the form of 11 complimentary Smoke night, was (endured to Con stable O'Mara on Saturday night last. The function took placo at the Criterion Hotel and the prominent citi/.ens of the town and district who attended, went p-elided over by Mr Warren, who poss.^ses tlio many vir tues of an excellent, chairman. Daapito tho fact that vory littlo prominence was ijiven to the affair, it must have been oxtremely gratify" inpf to Constable O'Ma a to see such a representative gather ing of well" wishers present, while ilu deep root ed tone of regret permeating the re-, marks ot the various spoakeis. at liia early departure, refjuirod no furthei assurance of the high osteem in which lie is held, Tho toast of tho ''King" having been honored,-Mr Warren said ho had much pleasure in proposing the toast of (ho ,lGucs-t" (Applause.) Ho had been in close touch with him since he had taken charge of the Tra falgar station mid in addition...

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Gippsland Bacon Factory. An Interview with one of the Directors. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

Gippsland Bacon Factory. Aii Interview with one the Director*. In a chnt with Mr Robinson, one of the Directors of the Qippsland Co-Oporative liacon Curing Com pany, that gentloman reviewed the outlook for the future, to our rep repentative, with much sound reas oning. Whilo optimistic regarding the future success of tlio factory, if reasonable wupport is offered, Mr Robinson said that a better turnover, in pigs is required. The nverago number of pigs supplied for the past year has been about 200 per week, not nearly en mgh for the factory with its lino fcqnipoinent, to handle. Tho company now pays two thirds cash as the pigs go over the scales and the balance in about eight weeks. But for the fact of tho Co-Operative Company being in existence, the fat pig saloa held in the district would nevor have becomo established If farmers wished to keep up the compe tition in pricos it was to their inter ests to Benil at least part ot their pro duce to support the Cooperative movoment, ovon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

Evniy wotnsn who wishes to ap pear beautiful should use "Soroses'' for the akin, it being uiifurpissed for preservi-y the complexion. So roses Skin food is refreshing, soften ing, cleansing and beautifying makes all blemishes euch as pim ples, freckles, wrinkles, sunburn and Eallowness disappear like mag c. Price 2/9 per jar. Obtainable) at T. R. AI'Lean's, Stationer, &c. Trafalgar. Chamberlain's ESUJJ, Tablets - "on aoNnriPATioN. INSIST ON LABELLED PACKAGES. SI STARCH The BEST in the World. Rexophone t ROM 07/6 RECORDS 2/6 DOUBLE SIDES. Brightens the Home. Rexophone records can bo used ou all disc record machines, Good Advice-For Cough, coldB &c"-take Nicholas' Counh Balsam Price, 1/6 und 2/6. J. P. Nicholas, Chemist, Triilalgar. TRELOflR I GO'S' Great Winter 5 A L Hi Commencing JULY 4th, And Continuing for Great Reductions in Drapery, Millinery, Etc. A Spec ial Line of Ladies' Coat* will be Sold out at Cost Price Remember our Sales are Genuine. JVotice of Rerrjoval...

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II. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

II. "I'm sorry, Pamela-will you tor give me'.' I was a cad to speak sueli words to you." ti was Luc next day, and Pamela, was taking some cakes out of the oven, ntied a liot, llushed lace and smiled into lier lover's lace. 'i'lie smile tolu James Dawson all lie wanted to know, and, moving im petuously forward, lie clasped Pamela in his arms ami gave her a fervent kiss. "-Mind the cakes,'" she laughed; then, as he released her, "now you must come and see Tina." With light, deft Louch, she first re moved the cakes on to a wooden board, then, beckoning to Jim, led the way into a long, low parlor. The man followed iudiliereiitly. The last time he hail seeu 'Una she had been in the pig-tail stage; and, hav ing ragarded hor then as a tiresome necessity to be endured, he did not expect to be particularly thrilled by the sight of her now. But wlieu he reached the threshold he paused in wondering admiration; for lying in a graceful altitude on a couch near the window was a young girl with a ...

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PAMELA'S CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

PAMELA'S CHOICE. By FRANCES BROWN. "Wo'vo been engaged for Ave years, Pamela, and I'm getting tired of wait ing, When are you going to marry me'/" . James Dawbun, a stalwart young tanner of thirty, looked l'rowniiigly at the girl who stood hare-headed be fore him in the waning light of a chill November afternoon. He spoke with irritable impatience, and the girl sigh ed as she glanced back over her shoul der at a low-lying farmstead that nest led in the valley some hundred yards away. A few minutes since she had heard her lover riding by, and had run to the gate to give him a passing greeting. "In a year's time, Jim," she said, and there was a note of appeal in her sweet, low tones as she laid a well shaped but work-coarsened hand on his arm. "I can't leave my mother until Tina is able to take my place, und-and a year will soon pass, dear." "A year!" she echoed scornfully. "You talk of years as lightly as of Weeks! lias it ever occurred to you that Koodlandi has been waiting for its ...

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PUBLISHERS' BLUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

PUBLISHERS' BLUNDERS. George Meredith, as publisher's reader to a well-known firm, gave an opinion emphatically against the ac ceptance of -Mrs. Henry Wood's "East Lynne." The loss caused by this mis take lias been estimated at £30,000 to the publishing firm, and, presuming that they had issued her other novels, at £100,000. James Payn declined "John lnglesant," as reader for Smith, Elder and Co., and it became a valu able literary property iu the hands of Macmillan and Co. Edna Lyall's "We Two" was rejected ly half-a-dozen pi bli=' ers. A publisher's reader pronounced W. Clark Hussoll's "Wreck of the Grosvenor" a catalogue ot ship's fur niture. It is the boast of Mr. Hall Caine that 110 novel of his has been hawked from publishing house to publishing house. Mr. G. H. Sims re cords that a short story of his, "A Pleasant livening," was declined by the "Family Herald," "Chambors' Journal," and "All the Year ltouud." Sir Rider Haggard's "Dawn" was de clined by live or ?six publishers. ...

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III. Roodlands, Glawith, December 31, 1910. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

Roodlands, Glawith, December 31, 1910. Dear Pamela,-I've tried to tell you the truth many times, but I could not iace the look I knew would come in your eyes. The tact is-Tina and I love one another, and by the time you receive this note, which we are post ing in London, we shall be man and wife. Most people would call me a cud for throwing you over after live years* courtship, and 1 suppose I am; but it is better that one should suffer than that three lives should be wreck ed through n mistaken sense of hon« or. Tina and I hope that some day you will forgive both of us. Yours, James Dawson. Pamela Leigh folded the letter with trembling hands and, thrusting it into her bosom, sat lor a long time staring blankly before her. The blow that had been dealt her was as cruel as it was unexpected; lor, although she liad been aware of a change in Jim's attitude ever since Tina's coming a month ago, never for one moment had she believed it pos sible that lie would so heartlessly be tray lier;...

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NOTES FROM EVERYWHERE [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

NOTES FROM EVERYWHERE Aeroplanes will bo used to bring diamonds from tho mines of Gorman South-west Africa to tlioir shipping Point. The air routo will save both time ana money, slncc It will nt ouco do away with the necessity of tra versing difficult junglo paths and of sending a troop of soldiers with each shipment to protect it from robbers. France contains more peoplo of sixty years of age than are found in any other European country. The next greatest percentage of old peo ple Is found in Ireland. U la said that n jewoller In Sail 1* ranclsco has invented Bcales so exact that they can record the dif ference between the weight of a lly alive and the same lly dead. Tho lat ter is a trifle heavier. As the Greek Government Is of opinion that tho British soldier is the best-dressed lighting man In Europe, they have instructed a well-known London military tailor to design new uniforms for all their olllcera and men. Ike Kama orange of Upper India yields two kinds of fruit on tho samo...

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"QUEEN OF THE MOVIES." CLEVER ACTRESS WHO IS NEVER HEARD. KNOWN ALL OVER THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

"QUEEN OF THE MOVIES." CLEVER ACTRESS WHO IS NEVER 11EAUD. KNOWN ALL OVER THE WORLD. There i» in Italy-there is in .England-there i3 iu France, Ger many, Itussla, Turkey-iu (act, every European couutry-aud there very shortly will he in Victoria-a great and lamous actress whose voico has never heeu heard by any audience, though she has perhaps played before a bigger crowd in the aggregate tliau any other theatrical figure, living or dead. This is Signora Uouzales-Terri bili, the star actress ol' the Cines Film Company (Italy), who is the Cleopa tra ot the splendid Italian film, "Au tony aud Cleopatra." it is to have its lirst public screening iu -Melbourne next week. The remarkable fact concerning dignora Terribili is not that her voicc should uot be audible when a lilm is I being shown; lor that, of course, is common to all picture artists. She I is unusual in the fact that never at j any time has she appeared iu spoken drama in public. The lilm lirms of the world employ mauy artist...

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"A FEW YEARS AGO." THE MAN WE WISHED DEAD. LOUIS BOTHA—AS SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

"A FEW YEARS AGO." THE MAN WE WISHED DEAD. LOUIS BOTHA-AS SOLDIER, j Tlio ruro qualltioa ol judgment and courago shown by Gonoral Botha In tho various Btagos ol tho Boor JVar aro recounted In tho "l'nll Mall Magazine. When tho Boors first took tlio offensive, Botha's namo was un known to tho world, but aB "Llnoa man" say a: New stars aro discovered lu tlio heavens often by accldont, often by tholr influence upon vialblo bodies whilst thoy themselves aro yot bo* low tlio horizon. By both thoao moans we early lighterB In Natal, In tho autumn days of 1899, wore ablo to forecast boiiio powerful agent at work bolow the dull Bky of tho Boor strategy, an agent which bado fair at times to gather tho acattorod luminaries of small succobbob Into oaa baleful glaro which would have utter ly put out tho flickering British cause, prisoners takon In tho very bosom of tlio colony averred that, had ono man but had his way, Joubort's great raid, instead of stopping timorously on the Mooi, would havo ...

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ROYAL WATCHMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

ROYAL WATCHMEN. . "U aBy lies the head that wears a crown," says the poet, but tho precau tious that are taken to assure undis turbed rest to King George must at least bring quiet to 1i1b pillow. The outBide of the Royal palace Is, ot c 'lirap. guarded by soldlerB and detec tives oil night; and several night | watchman pace up and down tho corri dors through the hours ol d rknefls. TIUBO meu aro Bhod in thick felt slippers, so that their footBteps will not wako tho royal sleeper, and ono of them is ahvayB near tho King's I room until I-I1B Majesty is called by j hla valet in the morning. Evory door and wludow lu the pal i ace is frequently examindd aud It | would bo impossible for any Intruder [ to got in without being discovered. Tho King is as well protected a» the ; Czar of UuBBiu, who haB a guard of armed Cossacks outside of his room, or the King of Spain, who !b watched by a squad ot specially-picked soldiers who keep the keys of all the doors of the palace during the night.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

Special Announcement. &CO. IC'lidt .WAHHACTL. OWING to increased Railway Facilities we are now doing a Steadily increasing business in Your District and Neighborhood, and Cus tomers will find it very much to their advan to send their orders to us WHY? BECAUSE oqr prices are much Lower. Even less than Mel= bourne when Freight added. BECAUSE' of Greater Variety, Larger Stocks, [Direct Importations from Manufacturers, Seasonable. Novelties. Up-to-date Goods all the Year Bound ' IF You want .Anything from a Noeille to an Anchor, Send us a Trial Order. IVo Guarantee Yon will be pleapeil and become a Regular Customer. Drapers. Grocers, Ironmongers, Wine & Spirit Merchants Central Emporium, Warragul. Milkr-Wade Automatic Milker. The Last Word in Milk ing Machines. Revolutionises work in tlio cow yard. Can l»o carried in tho pocket. Marvellous in its simplicity. Roquiros no export knowledge in order to work it. COST (which means ; cr1 ir1 cCO/ U A Boy of Twelve with Four of ...

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THE FIRST MAN. NEW LIGHT ON THE FALL. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 24 July 1914

THE FIRST" MAN NEW LIGHT ON THE l\fiLL. Officials ot tho Univorsity Museum at Philadelphia, according to an In dopeudeut cable this week, confirm the reports describing a new version of the Flood and the Fall ol Man, as translated from an ancient Sumor lau tablet by Dr. Stephen Langdon, profeBsor ol ABByriology at Jsbus Col lege, Oxford. Till! tablet la part ol a collodion un earthed by the University's expedition to .Nippur, and tlie Inscription was copied by Dr. Laugdon whon ha vlalt ed tills city last autumn. On compar ing the tablet which ho translated with a similar Lratjuieut translated by Dr. i'roebel, the authorities found that the two tablets were evidently writ ten by the samo person, about 2500 B.C., or 400 years before tho time pi I Abraham. I It is believed that tho fragments are 'parts of two separate tablets, whlcli, with others, formod a troatlse, or hymn ol praise, giving an account ot the beginning ot the world. | They loll of tho Flood, and use the Sumerlan equiva...

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THE ROMANCE OF SILVER Wonderful Tale of the Comstock Lode Which Outrivals the Wildest Fiction. [Newspaper Article] — Trafalgar and Yarragon Times — 31 July 1914

THE ROMANCE OF SILVER Wonderful Tale of the Comstock Lode Which Outrivals the Wildest Fiction. Thero is no Action dealing with the finding of treasure whlcli can com p..ro wit'., the plain facts concerning the Comstock Lode. The wonderful caves of Aladdin pale into Insignifi cance before tlio treasures held in California's "Snowy Range," the Sier ra Nevada. A few barren acres of tl t sterile land have yielded far greater treasures than any Bimilar area in the world, for the rocks were practically masses of silver. That great ledge of silver, the Corn stock Lode, drove wild the imagina tion (it the coolest, and men went mad from the very existence of the unfath omable treasure. The Big Bonanza, alone, for three years yielded £600,000 a month, and as the depth of the mines Increased, so did the wealth. As the shafts went down the ore was found deeper and wider than be fore, until at last tho depths became too hot for human existence, and the levels became filled with sulphurous steam,...

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