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MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 14 June 1906
We are informed that Mr. Jesse Hasthorpe and his two sons arrived safely at Kyogle. The dairy herd they took with them from Moe arrived in excellent condition, not a hoof being lost. Speaking at Neerim South lately, Mr Cameron, Minister of Public Works, said that the Government would be able to render assistance to shires who have been put to gieat expense in ob taining deviations owing to the origi nal surveys being bad. After an absence of a little over a year from Moe, Mrs. Bechaz and her family have returned to their old home on the banks of the Narracan creek. &nbsp; They reached here on Thursday even- ing, and received a most hearty wel- come from a number of townspeople, who were on the local railway plat form. They arrived at Melbourne from &nbsp; Italy the previous day, after a most &nbsp; enjoyable passage. All the members of the family are in splendid health, but Mrs. Bechaz found the winter too try ing for her in her native country - after being d...
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
WIT AND HUMOR. "You say Smith leads a dual life?" "Yes; he's a bull on the Stock. Ex change, and a bear at home." "You see, my son, every time that you are naughty, papa gets a grey hair." "Oh! but you must have been naughty. Look at grandpa!'*.. He: What Is the difference between yourself and a mirror, Maude? She: Give it up. What is it? He: The mirror reflects without speaking, and you speak without re flecting. Gentleman (who has just saved a lady from drowning): Can you speak, miss? Lady: Yes, sir. Hare you a looking glass about you? "Does your wife take any interest in current politics?" asked the earn "Naw," replied Mr. Faroaon, "she i don't. But if it's currant jelJy or cur- ¡ rant pie, why, I believe she could tell1 you more things about 'em than you 1 ever dreamt of." Mother (policeman's wife) : Willie, ■ I've been shouting, for you this half hour. How is it you are never here. when you are wanted? Son: Well, mother, I supposé I take after father. He slowly climbed the pinn...
CHAPTER XII. "I Will Join You Heart and Hand." [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
CHAPTER XII. "I Will Join You Heart and Hand." Later In the day, while Sir William was engaged with the steward looking over accounts and inquiring into the condition of Heathdale generally, Lady Linton went quietly up to her brother's rooms to attend to the unpacking of his trunks and putting his wardrobe in While thus engaged she came across a worn portfolio filled with papers of ; various kinds. She knew at once that it was noth ! ing that belonged to her brother, and surmised that its contents might con tain much of'interest regarding th¿ despised girl whom he had married in the far West of America. The key was attached by a ribbon to the portfolio, and was tucked into a fold of the leather, and no sense of cither delicacy or honor prevented her making use of her opportunity for gratifying her curiosity regarding the young wife, without the necessity of asking questions. Accordingly, she boldly and unhesi tatingly unlocked the portfolio, and began examining its contents. These p...
THE NEWS AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
TUB NEWS AS AS ADVERTISING MEDIUM. We would respectfully direct th^> attention of our numerous readers ti tile following new advertía» 1 pearing in tnis issuff: j Trafalgar dramatic club. Meeting. ! of members to-nigtít. Important busi ¡ Trafalgar bachelors ball on Friday, ■ 6th July. Everything tip-top. I Sol. Green, bookmaker.. Advt. i a. ' sportiog column. Hany Moss, bookmaker. Advt/jte^, sporting column. ^ A representative of Dr. W. È.N Thomas,, the celebrated city dentist» will pay his periodical visit to Trafal gar to-morrow (Friday), and remain, until Monday. Mr. A. T. Page and other members^ of the Australian Wonder Workei'a. gave an excellent performance iu Tra falgar mechanics' institute last night, in the presence of a fairly large audience, who seemed greatly as tonished and well pleased with the mysterious and clever tricks preseutecl to them. Further particulars next Woods' Grout Peppermint Cure, For Cou«lm ami Colds, never fail*. U. Gd'. A large and Well-selected S...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
AUCTION REMINDERS. Messrs.. Jennings and iíclnne». Trafalgar. tito-'k sales fiim .«nl third riatnrd;»y9 in month. Neit 6al*—July 7. Measn». Mnt)iifí"D and Dvrie; Trafalgar •loc\ «ule« fvotj'l ami third Saturday» in each» month.. Next aal'.«—June 2#. Messrs. Mathws'm fmd D:»rii». Woe atock Ba^R Ust Saturday in Mch month. N'extaaW —June 30. Mesar». Skew» and Patt^raon. Yarragon*.„.— •took solea monthly. Ken sale-^July 3. • Meeera. Adatnson. Strettta and Co. Mel bourne stock salen as follow—Newmarket* Tuesdays, and Wednesdays; Corporation» Yards, Thursdays and Fridays. For Children® Hacking Cough at Night, Woods1 Qreat Peppermint Cure. Is. 6d.
TREE PLANTING. FOR SHADE, SHELTER, RAINFALL, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
TREE PLANTING. TOR SHADE, SHELTER, BAIN FALL, &a. Agriculturalists throughout Victoria are realising and freely admitting that the wholesale and iudtscriraiüate tles tructtott of treesproducing very serions results ia nuirreroua directions. So fullv ia this being realised that ia many districts the planting oi suitable trees to re-place those bo ruthlessly destroyed ia being vigorously pursued , by owners and occupiers of tne land. I One of the several interesting papers I recently read at the meetings of .the I Trafalgar horticultural Bociety dealt with this subject. It was written j by Mr. J. M. Grant, vice-president, and contained the following useful information:— T2ie following are some of the reasons wbich X would urge in support of tbe planting of trees, together with the purposes for which I consider they should be planted:—- , -1 - For shade. Ail stock like to get in the shade during the hot days of summer. 2—For shelter and warmth during the cold bleak days of wint...
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
GRAIN AND PRODUCE HABEST, W. G. White, Australian Produc® Auctioa Rooms, 491 to 497 Flinders Laae West, re porte as follows:— ^ Cheese.—Market Dull. Large supplies. Prime lines of new makes, 5¿d. lo üd. good matured, 5'jd. to 7d. Medium, new; to 5jd. Loaf size 5^d. to 6d. Inferior lot» Fresh Butter.—Market steady. Prime fac tory lump realised to lid., a few speci al lots higher, prime separator, 9d to Ujd. good 8d. to 8Jd., poor lower. Eggs.—Market steady. Ordinary lines la. 3d dozen. Private lines higher. Bacon,—Steady. Light tjwn cured •úde® 5Jd. to 6d.¡ middles 7$ci. to 8d.; h¡uos 7d. to 8d ; lard, 4|d to 5d in bladders. Honey.—Prime extracted, 3d. to 3£d.; m&lt; dium, dull, to 2£d. Beeswax la. Id per lb. Carcase Pork.—Finn. Fridiyy^^-rtsb Prime light weights, wellndrtSSed;' realise^ 4d. to 4|d.; medium and heavy weights 2' to 3d. Choppers lower. Prime vealers 3d, others 2£d. to 2\d. Poultry.—Good demand for prime tabl® birds, poor lota very dull. Younjr good, realised] 3...
PROTECT THE BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
«PROTECT THE BIRDS. la "Reason 8" Mr. Grant refers to the necessity of encouraging insectivo rous birds. In support of this policy he quoted freely from the "Handbook of tne Destructive Insects of Victoria, to Mr. C. French, F.L8., F.R.H.S., Cfovernraent entomologist. The fol lowing extracts relating thereto will no doubt prove interesting to mast of oar readers:— To all who are engaged in. either farming or fruit-growing, the*preserva tion of our useful friends, the insect destroying birds, is in my opinion of the very greatest importance. Nature maintains a balance between the numbers of the birds, beasts, 1 insects, plants, &c.', in any district. If by artificial means we destroy this balancc, immediately intolerable num bers of some kinds remain with us, and we have to expend much money and labor to rid ourselves of the swarm which nature waB ready to dispose of for us gratis. A certain authority has well said:— ■**If the arrangements of nature were left undisturbed, the...
MELBOURNE BUTTER AND CHESE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
MELBOURNE BUTTER AttO' CHUBSB MARKET.. The Gippsland Butten Factories*" Co-operative Produce Company Limit ed (Mr. A. J. Wyett, manager) report under date of June 15th:— 13utter—There was a fair supply ofT factory ■ butter forward to-day, tW demand for which was active at lat» rates, an advance of |-d being secured1 in some instances. Choice fiesteras, lid.; choice Gippslands ami other similar qualities, JO^d- to separator, 9±d to lOd. Dairies,. 6d. to 9d. Cheese—No alteration in late quota I tionfl. Prime new, 5£d. to 6tfv. Or 1 dinary 6d. ! Eggs—Is. 3d.; preserved ll^d.. j
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. GRADING OF BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
THE DAIRYING INDUSTRY. GUADJNU Oí" BUTTJBK. i The grading of butter is a burning question in tlie dairying industry just 1 now, and some ol the best experts in the state hold different views on the matter. Messrs. Wyatt and Osborne, two leading authorities, recently addressed a large meeting of dairymen at Warragul. Both touched on the grading question, but neither could see that anything was to be gained by its adoption. Mr. O'Toole (Yarragon) thought it would be better if they had the arguments on both sides before them. As 97 per cent, of their butter was graded first-class, he failed to see where the disadvantage would come in to them. They had been invited to hear Messrs. Osborne and Wyett express their views on the rise and progress of co-operation. Representa tives of different factories had been invited, and were under the impression those gentlemen were present in their official capacity.—Mr. Osborne said his company took no stand whatever on the question. He had been invit...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
- MELBOURNE- PIG MARKET. ! Messrs. Adamson, Strettle and Co. report under date 14th June:— À moderate yarding to hand, 1430 being peooed. STORES.-^-Strong sorts of good quality were in request, but medium ana email rough descriptions met a dragg ing sale at low figures. A few extra quality were purchased for killing at ;from 16s. to 18s.; strong sorts, from lös. to 14b.; medium, from 7s. to 9s.; slips, from 4b. to 6s. Suckers,—A .few choice ones sold readily to 8a. Porkers.—As the supply was well within requirements the demand was ! brisk at fully last week's rates, prime heavy realising from 28s. to 31s.; &lt; prime medium, from 24s. to 27s.; and - prime light-weights, from 20s. to 23s. Bacon Pigs.—The supply was the smallest we have had for some con siderable time, and although a slight improvement waB noticeable in prime tight and medinm weights, prime t'eavy weights showed no material advance. Tbe bacon curers generally* generally have large supplies on hand, .ti I show ...
MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
MULTUM IM PARVO. Potato show to be held in Trafalgar next year. Only three species of reptiles exists in Ireland. For first-class printing at moderate prices, try this office. Advertise in this paper and your business will prosper. About 3fi.0&lt;/>,000 babies are bom in the world every year. Germany brews one-third of the beer consumed in the world. London's population increases at the rate of 105,000 a year. About 10,000 foreigners settle in the United Kicgdom every year. As a rule a man's hair turns grey five years sooner than a woman's. France has the most expensive Par liament. It costs £300,000 a year. Jennings and Mclnnes' next fort nightly sale at Trafalgar on Saturday ! July 7. Mathieson .»ud Davis fortnightly cattle sae at Trafalgar on Saturday, June 23. j In this issue we publish an interest ing article on "Tree Planting," by Mr. J. Grant. All descriptions of Job Printing ex ecuted at the Netos office—quickly, neatly, cheaply. Half the human race die before the...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. Messrs. Adamson, Strettle and Co, report under date 15th June:— Our market to-day was moderately supplied with all classes of cattle. There is little or do alteration to report in vaIuos. Milkers.—This section was moder ately supplied, but included à few very nice dairy cows;' the demand for which was fully equal to last week's prices, and in some cases a shade bet* ter. Our principle sales were as follows:—3 cows to £11 10s.; 6 to £11 7s. 6d.; 2 to £10 5s.; others at £8 10s., £10, and £6 5s. Spbinoebs.—The supply was hardly up to the usual average, but included a few useful sorts. Best made from £8 to £9 2s. 6d.; good made from £6 10s. fo £7 10s.; best springing heifers, from £6 to £7 7s. 6a.; a few odd ones, to £7 15s.; medium and backward, from £3 15s.; dry dairy cows, from £4 to £5 5s.; store cows, from £2 10s. to £3 10s.; inferior, from £2. Young Cattle.—-The supply was not large and the quality rather indiffer ent, and no improvement to report in price...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
Pbofêsstohàl Notices. Legal • [a cari>.] J. A. WILMOTH ; SON, SOLICITORS, .MELBOURNE axd TRAFALGAR. "Mr. R. J, Wilmotb Visits Trafalgar on First and Third Saturday in j each month. J (Commissioners for taking Affidavits). | U card* j HUBERT KELLY, • ■ i*PF'*TrR AND SpUICITOR, proctor- &nd conveyancer, TRAFALGAR, Visits HOE Every Tuesday. All kinds of LEGAL WORK Transacted. CRAY, FRIEND & WILLIAMSON | Barristers and Solicitors, warragul. Notary Public: Commissioners o£ the Sapreme Court of Victori/and of the High Court of Australia. TRAFALGAR - VISITE! - IVIBT - SATURIAT. | (J3.SOa.tt. 10 5 p.m). Or on other dates by appointment. TKUST MONIES TO LEND. FRANK GEACH, TRUST MOMEYS TO LEND. Head Office: QUEEN STREET, WARRAGUL (Next to "Guardian" Office), Where Mr. Ceach may be Consulted Daily. M. DAVINE, -, jbds all District Courts. CoubtI i Taking Affadavits, .-"TRUST MONEYS TO LEND., W. LESLIE PARK, I SOLICITOR, 419 COLLINS ST., MELBOURNE. ^ ~j^£0NIE8'to LEND, £l&...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
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