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Country Roads' Board. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 26 June 1914

Country Roads' Board. -o Mr. M'Cormack, one of, the members of thed Country RIoads Board, arrived in Traralgon from Sale yesterday morning, for the purpose of visiting the roads in the Callignee district. In the course of a brief conver sation before starting for Calli gnee, Mr. M'Cormack said he was making a tour through Gipps'and for the purpose of Inspecting road works in progress, and enquiring into other propostls before finally adopting them. He had been in the Bairnsdale district, and had in spected the notorious Providence Ponds section of the Stratford Bairnsdale road. Abbut" a mile 6f this has already been formed, and covered with very excellent local gravel. He enquired into the pro posal to m'akel a deviation of Har dy's hill, on the Stratford-Dargo road. This grade reaches one in five in places, and consequently governs the weight of loads to be carried. The length is nearly two a half miles, and the new road will have a grade - of one in 22, a vast inprovement on the o...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEA MEETING. METHODIST CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 26 June 1914

TEA MEETING. METHODIST CHURCH ANN1 VERSARY. The annual tea meeting in connection with the Traralgon Methodist Church, on Tuesday evening, was a very decided suc cess. Perhaps, tempted by the bill of fare (which included tur key, fowl, ham, beef, apple pie, cake, jellies), the public came min larger numbers than was expected, and were more than pleased at the liberal treatment they received. It had been announced that tea would be ready at 6.30, but at 6.15 all the tables were full of diners. Consequently operations were commenced at once. For a full hour those in charge of the tables, and the waitresses and waiters, had a very lively time., The seats at the tables were no sooner vacant than others were ready to take their places . The ladics in the cutting room were kept busy.. Had it been forseen that there would be such a large attendance, more complete ar rangements would have been made. The committee will no doubt profit by Tuesday evening's experience, and next year the knife a...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Country Roads' Board. MR. M'CORMACK AT CALLIGNEE. WORKS TO BE PUSHED ON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 26 June 1914

Country Roads' Board. -0 MR. M'CORMACK AT CALLIGNEE, WORKS TO BE PUSIHED i)N. There was an exceptionally large gathering of residents of Callignee and Callignce South at the hall ycsterday, to meet Mr. M'Cormack -demonstrating the great interest taken locally in the roads question. Very few residents were absent. 'After a brief chat mn the hall, the whole party decided to walk over tho east and west sides of Callig nee to examine the rival devia tions, and as far as Sawpit Gully ana the junction of the Sunday road deviation. Some of.the set tlers still showed a lingering fancy for the east side. There are seve ral unavoidable sharp angles on the new route. Mr. M'Cormack went into the matter fully, and came to the conclusion that Mr. $ambcll's proposal was the best, and that exccllcnt grades had been obtained. With reference to the suggested improvements to the old road, he readily agreed to recommend the deviation of Faulkner's hill and Dead Bullock hill, ana any other places where ...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Federal Fight. THE LIBERAL POSITION. REPLY TO LABOR CHARGES. MR. COOK'S VIGOROUS SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 26 June 1914

The Federal Fight. THE LIBERAL POSITION. REPLY TO LABOR CHARGES. MR. COOK'S VIGOROUS - SPEECH. In the course of his speech at tamworth on Monday, Mr. Cook made severe comments upon the tactics *of the Opposition. He said that one of the Labor party's champions, Mr. Gill, speaking mn Melbourne, had stated "that the forthcoming election was going to be the dirtiest and most bitter ever known in Australia." He protes ted in the very beginning of the fight against the mendacity and sheer humbug of the' prehminary performances of the Labor party in the wild, whirling charges that came tripping from the lips of its members every day the House sat. Proceeding, Mr. Cook said: "No charge they have made against this government has been substantiated, and so they fall back on a further and fresh batch of them. All their predictions so far have been falsified. They tried to frighten the trades' unionists ana the workers generally into the belief that we were opposed to them, and would bring the...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 26 June 1914

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Traralgon County Court YESTERDAY. BEFORE HIS HONOR JUDGE JOHNSTONE. EDWARDS v. BEATON. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 26 June 1914

Traralgon County Court YESTERDAY. f BEFORE HIS HONOR JUDGE JOHNSTONE. EDWARDS v. BEATON. This was a case brought by Edward Parker Edwards against Donald Beaton for breach of ag reement of lease of a farm at Jeeralang. Plaintiff claimed £11 15s. Defendant counter claimed £80 The case was adjourned to the next sitting of the court, costs to be paid by plaintiff within one month, as a precedent to going on with the case. CLAIM FOR COMMISSION Jonathan Williams, of Boolarra, claimed £71 5s from JnoVlance, late of Boolarra, as commission for selling his farm. Mr. P. P. Ser jeant, of Messrs. Serjeant, Bruce and Frost-Samuels, appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. A. Rice, of Maf fra, :defeneded. Mr. Serjeant detailed the par ticulars of the claim at consider able length. He said that plaintiff claimed the sum of £71 5s, for introducing a buyer for defen dant's farm near Boolarra. Mr. Rice said that the defence was a denial that the defendant had a retainer to sell the property, ;nd that he did n...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HYMENEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 26 June 1914

HYMENElAL. ---o Our many readers will be in terested to learn of the marriage of two well known residents of Tyers-Mr. William Halliday, of " Marshal HalP," Tyers, having en tered into the holy bonds with Mrs Fulerton, of "Hill Hall," Tyers, The ceremony, which was quiet, was performed by the Rev. \VW.H. Scurr yesterday, in the presence of a small comnany of friends in the Traralgon Methodist Church. The happy pair at once proceeded to their home at Tyers, amid the felicitations of their fricnds, with whom we join in wishing them a'l good fortune.

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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Advance Traralgon! THE FIRST COUNTY COURT. CONGRATULATORY REFERENCES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 26 June 1914

Advance Traralgon! -0- THE FIRST COUNTY COURT, CONGRATULATORY REFER .; ¶gNCES. The following congratulatory re marks were made at the opening of the County Court in Traralgon yesterday: Mr. Serjeant said: Before pro ceeding with the cause list, your Honor, I wish, on behalf of the Bar, to congratulate your Honor. on being the first County Court judge to s:t at Traralgon. The want of a County Court in this town has bleen a long felt one, and owing to its geographical centre feel sure it will be a great boon to ligitants, who will be saved much expense and time in not hav ing to go to Sale or Warragul, or Yarram. I might mention that already the justification for the establishment of the County Court here has been proved, in so much that up to date no less than 16 cases have been issued for this court. Mr. A. F. Rice cordially agreed with his learned friend, but he was not often guilty of agreeing with counsel on the other side. His Honor, Judge Johnson, said he hoped that now the Cou...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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A GORMANDALE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 26 June 1914

A GORMANDALE CASE.' A Gormandale farmer named S. Kefit, claimed £50 Os 10d from W. J. Curram, of Gormandale for al leged breach of agreement. The plaintiff entered into a shares agreement to work defendant's farm. Mr. Rice said plaintiff entered into occupation of the property on June 21, 1913, for a term of threce years. Recently plaintiff received notice from the defendant termi nating the agreement. Plaintiff consulted a solicitor and sent a letter to defendant stating that the notice of cancellation was a sub terfuge. Two reasons for cancel lation were given in the notice- namely, that plaintiff had no au thority to sell pigjs in his own name, and had not sufficient mil-, kers for the cows.' Plaintiff denied any breach of the agreement, anc as he had no option but to leave the place, he claimed £50 Os 10d compensation. The parties met ,and defendant said he was will'n, to abide lby the decision of sonic dis interested parties,but nothing came of the proplosal. Mr. Scrjeant submi...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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MOTORING. THE GLORIES OF GIPPSLAND THE FUTURE TOURING GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 26 June 1914

MOTORING. THE GLORIES OF GIPPSLAND THE FUTURE TOURING GROUND. Under the above headings, "For- tis," the writer of "Wheel Notes" in the "Australasian," has the following: "There are many motorists who know, Gipisland merely from hear- say. They never have driven their cars into that district; at least no farther than Berwick or Paken- ham, as a limit. They have heard so much in disparagement of the roads that, simply no idea of visiting the locality has ever been entertained. To one of these mo- torists came a pleasant surprise recently. He had occasion to visit Sale, whence he took the train. while there he met a motoring friend, who persuaded him to spend a day in driving, touching at several townships, where calls had to be made. He first was ta- ken to Maffra, thence east to Stratford, and south back to Sale, and, adopting the Melbourne road, the car was driven through to Rosedale and Traralgon, over first class roads generally. After lunch a north-east- course was shaped through...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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STATISTICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914

. STATISTICAL. During the week the Government Statist, MIr A. M. Laughton, will post about 37,000 cards to the farmers in the wheat. and. oat:.growing districts, witli the request t~iat they will furnisl~ the area sown with vwheat and oats for the present season; and state the quant ity of wheat on the farm on 30th in stant. It is a matter of great interest to the public, and farmners especially, to khow the total areas under these two important crops, each farmer is request ed to fill in this card and return it im mediately after 30th June, so that the information may be compiled and pub lished ait the earliest-possible date. It is particularly requested that the cards sent ttithe farmer be returned, whether they.lhave sown or not. Sbhedules are also being sent to the Railway Department, and by post to Flour Mills and.Wheat Stores, with the view ~f ascertaining the quantities of Stocks of wheat and flour on .hand at the, end of the month. Holders of wheat-in bulk, who do mnot recei...

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QUOITS. MOE v. RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914

QUOITS. MOE v. RAILWAYS. A team of-the N4Moe quoit club beat the Railways (Traralgon) on Saturday-by a nose-or rather by -a few points. It was a beautiful I afternoon, and the ground was I quite gay withspectators, includ ing representatives of tthe fair sex. The ground is in a central position, near the rAilway, and easily reached. The ladies again provided refreshments with a lay ish hand. The ganfie was a close one from the start, but the Rail- I I ways had a slight advantage. When the game was three parts through the locals had a lead of 12 points, and their posi tion- seemecd fairly safe. At the I adjournmnent for refreshments, the Railways had a lead of five points, 1 and it was admitted that the game was anybody's. After innumerable ' cups of tea, scones and cake had been disposed of, the last pair took to the pitch. Stratham was the hope of the Railways, and Blair the hope of the Moc club. Stra tham is but a beginner at the -game, with rathqr a, picturesque delivery..Blair w...

Publication Title: Gippsland Farmers Journal
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PRODUCTION AND EXPORT. Prosperity Dependent on the Rural Producer. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914

-PRODUCTION AND EXPORT. Prosperity Dependent on the Rural Producer. "On what is it that the popula tion of Victoria depends ?" asks Dr. J. W. Barrett, in the "Hand book to Victoria." "The total oversea exsiorts of Victoria have risen in value," he says, 'from 13 millions if 1901 to 19 millions in 1912, but the progression has not been uniform. The 19 millions ex ported in 1912 are represented by the following items: Butter and cheese, £1,500,000 ; wheat and flour, £2,400,000 ; meat, .frozen, £891,000 ; wool, . £7,100,0000 ; hides . and .skins, £1,310,003 ; tallow,. £324,000 ; gold - specie, £3,156,000 bullion, £61,000; all other articles, £2,383,000. "It will be seen therefore, that Victoria, like the rest of Austra lia, hlives by the development of raw products-products entirely of a temperate climate. The bountiful return given to those who till the soil necessarily sets a?,high standard-of wage for those engaged in other industries. The action of the trade unions and in dustrial ...

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MEAT TRADE EXPORT LIMITING COMPETITION IS THERE AN "UNDERSTANDING." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914

MEAT TRADE EXPORT -o- LIMITING COMPETITION IS" THERE AN "UNDERSTAN DING." The following statements wvere made at the sitting of the Federal commission appointed to enquire into matters relating to the meat export trade last week. Francis Grenville Clarke, M.L.C. a grazier, was being examined. Mr. Bavin: Speaking generally is there a feeling among pastoral ists that there is an absence of competition among the buyers of lambs for expo-fW?-I .never reco lect- meeting a' man who did not that there is a limitation of com petition among lamb buyers. Mr. Justice Street :In other words, that there is an.understan ding in regard to buying. Witness: Yes. Mr. 'Bavin :That firms are in the understanding?? There is fre-, quently a drop of from ls 'to 2s in the Melbourne market, when there is a drop in London. One exporting firm could takee the whole output, and I find it hard to believe that they compete against each other when there is adrop of 2s. Within the radius of the operations of the Mu...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914

CHURCH SERVICES. Church of England. Traralgon 11 had 7 (H.C). Glen garry 3.-Rev. Robt. Poynder. Hiamdale 11, Traralgon South 2.30, Gormandale .30.7-Mr. A: Craig.

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MORWELL SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914

MORWELL SHIRE COUNCIL. --0---- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24.: Present: Crs. Edney (president) Hcesom, Scanlon, Iradburn, Eng lish; Kneebone, Latter, Dunbar, Daly, Falla, M'Donald and Buck ley. - Correspondence. From Country R oads Board, for warding copy of specifications for Morwell-Moe road, atid asking that tenders be invited for the works. -Received. From Public Works department; stating that approval has been gi ven to the transfer of the grant from Slippery Hill towards bridge on Radburn's road.--Received. From Public Works department, stating that the deviation of the road at Budgeree (through Peck's) has been gazetted.-Receivd. From the Railway department, stating that the complaint re the trucking yards at Morwell has been referred for report, of which will be communicated to the coun cil.-Received. From Ben. Ronald, asking per mission to erect telephone poles on the roadside, from Morwell to his residence.--No objection. From W. Waldon, adverting to his letter to councit in November...

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Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914

Methodist Church. Traralgon 11 and 7, open-air 8.20, Glengarry 3.-R'e~v. W. H. Scurr.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914

Your Eyes need attention Do not neglect them Consult R. A Williams,-Oualified Op. tician at A H. CROSS's, Tra. ralgon Bazaar and General Newsagency. He found his garden a source of pleasure SIn which to spend his hours of leisure: When damp weather came he lingered there, Ten ling his'many plants so fair, And soon he contracted a dreadful cdlill, ,His wife was alarmed, he looked so ill, But she speedily sought an antidote sure, * And gave him Woods' Peppermint Cure. The 'committee of the. Pines Hall, :Nambrook, held a bazaar in aid of tlie debt fund. The takings were £180. The results of the art unions were: Jinker No. 1,068, Mrs Trew, saddle 55 Miss M. Widdis; rexophone 103, Mr Dennis; travelling rug, 1, Mrs Mar nell. For Bronchial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure ls'6d i T r wILL COST YOU JUST in. TO ~wrile far od~ atndrsoP e Free CATALOCLE of evejthicJ in N,. 501.-15 ct. Col, Rby set; spezl nklo ! 21t - Fod Frei. JEWELLEFRY, etc 204 SMITHI ST.. ?, e.?" "r" The Jeweller, ...

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Baptist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914

'Baptist tChurch. Traralgon 11 and 7.-Rev.

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LOVERS OF ROD AND GUN. DISCUSS VARIOUS MATTERS ILLICIT FISHING AND SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914

LOVERS OF ROD AND GUN. 1 ..---o-- DISCUSS. VARIOUS MATTERS 1LLICIT FISHING AND SHOOTING. A special meeting of the Traral gon' Fish and Game Protection So ciety was held'in the mechanics' hall on Friday evening. There was a good attendance of members, and tile president (Dr..JIagenauer) presided. The object of the meeting was to discuss the advi. sibility of holding shooting com petitions-pigeons, starlings and sparrows-in connection with the society. The subject was brought up at the annual meeting by Dr. I-Hagenauer, who thought this would be a good means of provid ing funds for the work the society has in ha'nd. Since the suggestion was made, the finances of the so ciety have improved somewhat, and there is now a membership of 84, and 'a credit balance of about £20 in hand. Trap-shooting, however, did not occupy much of the time of Friday evening's meeting. The president said that since he made the sug gestion of holding shooting com petitions, he had learned that there was a regi...

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