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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
Professional Notices. Legrai « [a card.] J. A. WILMOTH S O N, • SOLICITORS, MELBOURNE jaro TRAFALGAR. Mr. R. &lt;J\ Wilmotb Visits Trafalgar on First and Third Saturday in each month. 1 (Commissioners for taking Affidavits). La ou».] HUBERT KELLY, Barrister and Solicitor« Proctor and Conveyancer, TRAFALGAR, Visits MOE Evert Tuesday. AU kinds- of LEGAL WORK Transacted. GRAY, FRIEND & WILLIAMSON WARRAGUL. Notary Public: Commissioners of the Supreme Court of Victoria and of the High Court of Australia. TRAFALGAR - VISITED - EVERT - SATPRBAÏ. - (11.30 a.m; to 5 p.m); j Or on other dates by appointment. TRUST MONIES TO LEND. FRANK GEACH, BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR, Proctor and Conveyancer« TRUST MOMEYS TO LEND. Head Office: QUEEN STREET, WARRAGUL (Next to "Guardian" Office), "Where Mr. Geacli may be Consulted Daily. M. DAVINE, Barrister and Solicitor/ SäSSa-SlreetT WAERAGÜL. Attends ail District Courts. Commissioner of the Supremb Court for Taking Affadavits. TRUST MONEYS TO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
Sportikg Notices. SOL. GREEN, The Leviatlan of Australia, on or off the Course. Member of BOWES' TATTEBSALL'S CLUB, MKT,BO URJSTB. Straight-out sod Double Books Now Open V.R.C. Grand National Hurdle and Steeplechase. Goodwood Handicap and Adelaide Cup. SPECIAL NOTICE. When wiring money state same in Telegram to avoid delay. If cash in hand or holding winning voucher always state same when sending instruc Starting price on all Melbourne and Sub urban Races. NO LOUT. 8.P. Commissioners mean if non-starter no AU Telegrams must be reply paid. No Reply, No Business. Price List will be forwarded on applica The following is siiffioient 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. e thein that his odds t.. about the best in the sporting world, and old be using good judgment by ' " " " before going elsewhi 10,000. Straight Oat to Win &a...
The News. N[?] temere, nee timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
îil^^a8^;£enéraUy „anticipated, the 4fes»^n'«ouncil has'"been "knocked appeâi c'aàe Leviston v. the sbire. Solicrioï Wilkie and his barrister friends íiave had a good in ning'and the ratepayers will have to 1 bear the-' burden. The rehearsals of the two plays to be staged t by the Warragul drama tic clulr- shortly, are proceeding satisfactorily under the guidance of the stage manager, Mr. A. C. Lewis, who hopea to have everythhing ready for the first public appearance in July. (^Tesara . Holdenson and Nielson have just completed arraogements with the Railway department for a siding in connection with theirnew butter fac tory at WarraguL^W'he siding will shortly be madéf^aíter which the building of the factory will be gone on with. Mr. McLoon had a rather difficult task to perform at the labor league meeting in Trafalgar on Saturday even ing, but judging from the táct and firmness displayed by him as occasion required, the members are not likely to regret having chosen him as their f...
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free of cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SUNDAY NEXT, JUNE 10, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices are inserted free o£ cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] Sondât Next, Jtoe 10, 1906. Wesletah Ohüboh.—1Trafalgar, 11 a.m.> Eer. Edwards; Trafalgar, 7 p.m., Mr. Pollock; Trafalgar South, 3 p.m., Mr. Giblett; Thorp dale, 7 p.m., Mr. Green; ChUders, 3 p.m., Mr, Green; Narracan, 8 p.m.; Mr. weir; Moe, 7 p.m., Rev. Edwards, s.; Swamp E., 3 p.m., Bev. Edwards. • Church of Enolakd.—Eev. C. W. T. Rogers will conduct services on Sunday as follows:—Trafalgar, 11 a.m. (H.C.); Swamp W., 3 p.m.; Yarragon, 7 p.m., (• .C.) Mr. C. Éy Wilson will conduct Bervices on Sunday as ¡follows:—Moe, 11 a.m.; Tanjil S., 2.30 jtet.; Trafalgar 7 p.m. Prbsbyteriah Ceüboq —The Eev. J. A. Taylor will conduct services next Sunday as follows:—Trafalgar, 11 -a.m; Wlliowgrove, 3 p.m., Moe 7 p.m.
WINTER EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
.• WINTER EGGS. it tilia time oí the year the problem confronts most poultry-keepers is ■ ' eggs and how to get them We nnw there are more that dont get •m than those that do. Yet to the poultry-raiser it is uo ■et or hard task to have the stock, . It's the right kind, and those that in ecs through the cold montad lave the right kind. Feea will do a deal toward egg production. M; lost any iowl will respond to gogj^p. coupled with good honsmg^Mj^^ Lo obtaiu tue greater resulta number oi eggs produced, tnc^pp^ 0t lo-,vis has an important J»art^£d tlll3 overlooked bv. the —t^rc*. a n^f'TTygreat ex- \— -=w-=- ana those that are breeding Eton's tile line oí great ' tin« are the ones that are making tne most in winter eggs, and summer too. We, some years ago, found that wa rm.id not serve two masters, and he at the top by producing show birds and V Not that the birds bred to win air shows do not lay. Theydo, il many lay well. But the two id Î opinion—-and it's based on ■expert, .»nee—can ...
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. DIFFICULTIES OF CO-OPERATIVE BUTTER FACTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. DIFFICULTIES OF CO-OPERA TIVE BUTTER FACTORIES. The "Express," in its last is contains the following pertinent menta:— "Daring the past butter season tbe directors and managers of nearly every co-operative butter factory in West aucl South Gippsland, whenever they met, indulged in a joint wail anent jthe fickleness of. their suppliers. In every district, cream which should have been treated at the local factory, was sent away to proprietary companies mostly situated in Melbourne. The old pro prietary girl it seems, still^possesses a charm or two Vvhich even a Butter Commission could not rob her; and so, whenever Mr. Udderstretcher differs from the manager of the local factory as to "what was in that can," the memory of tbe old girl's smile revives, and ne.\f week she gets a can or two. This keeps her going, it also keeps the overdraft on the local laetory alive and unhealthy. Likewise, it enables the people who send their cream to the proprietary factory inste...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Messrs McPhail Bros and Co., re port under dato of 31st May, 1U06. About l-'JSO pigg yarded /or to-day's sale. .Stores ■— Moderate supply. Good strong stores, from 10s to lGs ; second.-, Tí to 9?; suckers and slips, to Gs. Pork—Moderate yarding. Extra prime sold at from 27s to 29s ; prime, 23sto2&lt;">>.; light, 20s to 22s; few small, from 18s. Bacon—Extra prime made from 38s to 43s. a few a little higher; others, 30s to 37s. Backfatlers were moderately supplied. Best made from £3 5s to £i 10s ; others, 5s to £2 15s ; rough, from 30*.
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
AUCTION REMINDERS. Messrs. Jennings and Melones. Trafalgar stock sales first aud third ¡Saturdays iu each month. Next sale—Jane 16. Messrs. Mathiesou and Davis: Trafalgar stock aales second and third Saturdays in each mouth. Next sale—June 9. Messrs. Mathiesou and Davis. Mos stock sales last Saturday iu each month. Next salo Messrs. Ske>vs and Patterson. Tarragon slock sales monthly. Next sale—July 3. Messrs. Adamson. Strettle atid Co. Mel bourne stock sales as follow—Newmarket, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays; Corporation Yards, Thursdays and Fridays.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
GRAIN AND PllODUCE MARKET. bbsbbm» Bacon.—Steady. Light to™ cured BideS. 7d. to 7¿d.¡ middles 7]d. to8d.; hums 7d. to Sd ; lard, 4¿d to 5d in bladders. Honey.—Prime exacted, 3d. to 3>d.; me dium, dull, to 2ld. Beeswax la. Id. per lb. Prime^glU weight^ "well-dressed^realS" •id. to 4^1, medium and heavy weights 2R Poultry.—Good demand for primo tab birds, poor lots very dull. Young roosters, good, realised 4s. 2d to 5s. 3d., a few spuûul 5s.Od Liens and mixed lots, l3. Od. to small 2s. to 2S. Gd. Pullets 2s. lOi to 3s. lOd. Chickens 2s. 8d. to 3s. lots to 5s. 8d. Medium and staggy iSllfill goslings, 3s. Gd. to 5s. 3d., a few special lots 1 G^ahi, &c.—Oate, stout Algerian, 2s. 8d.to 2s. 9d.; prime feed Is. lOd. to Is. 10'd, inferior lower. Maize, 3s. 9d„ for prime new. Peas, 8b. 8d. to 3s. 9d. Bran, lid. Chaff, £2 17s. Cd to £3 Os. Od, medium £2 7s, Gd. to £2 12s. 6d. inferior lower. Hay, £6 10s. to £6
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not notice to the contrary aro i wishing to Cuxtjsue their 2. If subscribers ordei of their periodical«, the jjumi. tiuue to send them «util 3. If Subscribers refuse or n oeriodicnls from the office i" winrii rii«v are directed, they are held Ri have settled, their bills, una »lUc-j^a iuj periodicals to be discontinue«!. 4. If subscribers remove \o oilier places without infortmug publislier-, «ml ilie papers are sent to their former d'uwiio/., the sub scriber* are responsible. 5. The courts have'decided that "refusing to Uike periodiwUa from the.»!!«-.-™ removing or leaving them, nncnilsd for U prima fuck evideuce of iuteotioual Fiutc."
UNNECESSARY FUSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
UNNECESSARY FUSS. There is no Too to domestic peace -and comfort lila1 that of fusiness. It arises largely from a lack of system, or plan, and from too great attention to minor details. Some housekeepers have the habit of- stirring up every thing at once. They begin their day's work anywhere, without any relation to what is most urgent or necessary to be accomplished. They lose sighT of the always excellent rule—one thing at a timr, and that first which is most important. It is a goorl plan to sit quietly down at the beginning of each «'ay and take a survey of the domestic field. Decide what must be. done,-and what in case of lack of time or the intervention .of other dutiefc may be put off,- and then set to work without undue haste to perform necessary du ties. Learn to do it quietly, without a- noise. Be careful to take no use" less steps. There is n vast amount of strength expended in this way, and nervous energy wasted.
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
MARKET REPORTS. Tn.w'AuiAtt stock: »sale. Messr*. •). K. Jeimingtaud iíclnueü report Inning held their usual stock sale on ¡Saturday, 2nd June:—3101 cattle Very Jew wore unsold. Good quality springers brought high prices; other classes sold at unaltered rates. .Milkers and Springers sold from X-.i 12$. Gd. to £7 5s.; springing heifers, X i to £S 5s.; backward cows from £-1 ">s. to £5 1.5s.; fat cows, to ,SG 10s.; story cows, to £3 Od.; inferior from L'-'is ; ."»-year-old^ steers, £-t JDa.; heifers; .Ci.' tJs.; iS-montbs &lt;lo., ¿C2; yeri'Iiuirs. I'Gs.; to 33s.; good poddies, to .£1; from 10s.
EVERYDAY ETIQUETTE FOR THE FAIR SEX. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
EVERYDAY ETIQUETTE FOR THE FAIR SEX. Donc'talk at the theatre while the play .Is going on. Even if you don't wish to listen, other people possibly do. When at a picture gallery, don't if you can avoid it, pass between another visitor and the picture' at which he or she is lookiag. Even if you are a good mimic, don't he too ready to exhibit your powers. Unkind mimicry lias ruined many a friendship. Don't forget to thank a man who surrenders his seat to you in a crowd ed railway carriage, omnibus, or tram. In telling a funny story, don't try to make it long; rather get to the point as soon as possible. Little un important details' don't interest any Don't press a guest to eai more after •ho or she has onco declined. Tills íííK^to be considered'the proper thing When visiting friends, don'* Iwep looking Vt your watch _ l.f jna.'&lt;cïv-p£0: pie think voir'1 tffl^impaUent for "the (.¡mo to .pass, which is-, not polite to them. -| Don't forget to be caréful oí books lent to you, a...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
MULTÜM IN PARVO. For first-class printing at moderate prices, try this office. ^Advertise in this Gaper and your business will prosper. Jennings and Mcínnes' next fort nightly sale at Trafalgar on Satui'day Miithieson ..u¿ Davis fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, .Tune 9th. All descriptions of Job Printing ex ecuted at the News office—quickly, neatly, cheaply. Persons born in spring are said to have a more robust constitution than those born at any other season. Though 98 years of age, Mrs. Mary Egaii. of Kijleeinore, King's County, is still able to dance an Irish jig. Mr. R. J. Wilinoth, solicitor, visits Trafalgar fortnightly—every alternate Saturday. Next visit, Saturday, June 2. LAMPS ! ! ! Lamps ! ! Lamps ! A great assortment of lamps, at J. Yule's, Tra falgar. All prices. See advt. on 1st page. The subscription to the News is 2s. per quarter if delivered, and 2s. 6d. if " posted. The leading local paper. Those ratepayers who wißh to qualify for voting at the mun...
DON'T FORGET THE KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
DON'T FORGET THE KITCHEN. Hang at least one picture in your kitchen in such a place that. It will meet your eye a score of times daily. Lot it be a landscape or a figure, or a picture "that tells a story," only be sure that it is not a scene that repro duces something of the daily routine. If practicable, change the picture for another once a week or month. Good prints of the best pictures can be had. "Pake a loofc at the picture often, see ing what it means, or, rather, realising each time what it says to you person ally. ! This will break up the monotony which is the deadliest thing about housework and some other occupa tions, and will help to prevent the formation of the "fixed idea," which is thè seed of most mental and emotional troubles. Just try this , for a month. You will find this suggestion one to be thankful for—always hearing in in mind that "the point of the idea lies - . in the application of it."
THE PENNY AND THE POUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
THE PENNY AND THE POUND. j Tube caro of the pence, and the ! pound will take care of itself. A ¡ splendid motto; one that has its roots I deep down in trim economy. It's just the small things of the household'that I run away with the money. ! You don't buy big things every day, and v^hen you do-buy them you con.-. ;sider the outlay well beforehand. But your hand is always in your pocket for little things, and what a hole they do make in it, to he sure! Too often, too, it's not the butcher's, the grocer's, and the baker's bills that make such inroads on modest mean1?, but the trifles, the unconsidered trifles. You will see this if you keep a strict account of each peflny spent. See what a big total theso sundries make ' at the end of each month.
POULTRY. WHY HENS DON'T LAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 7 June 1906
- V POULTRY. . WHY HENS DON'T LAY. By J. J. McCue. jLiie cunerynt members of a flocn may in nu manner be alike. "When a iiock does not lay It may mean that " ¿orne oí lilt; hens are laying, but many others not, aud so the yood hens are condemned because they .'are in bad • comnanv. • ■ . .! Une great, mistake is not culling the..'." uocr., and retainiug only profitable1/ . heus. Tue mistake hits . disgusted , üaui.1?" valu poultry, and uaturäüy so.' ¿ lie misuiKe is. a common. one with " mude who buy a large number of hens tu be.^m wail. Any system-of feed to i tensive it hens do not lay. wueu a tew hens prove their super iority as layers they should not be dis carded, even if older thau the stipu lated time,'unless you nave others to iL'plaee them, The annual selling of died liens and keeping untried or un known pullets is at the bottom of this uiiiiculty. All pullets tor replacing •j;u liens should be hatched trom eggs from the best kens.arid.the-.flize of the pullets should not 6...