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SANITARY SERVICE. EXCESSIVELY HIGH RATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
SANITARY SERVICE. EXCESSIVELY HIGH BATE. A largely attended meeting o£ late savers (chiefly property owners) was ffil in the Trafalgar mechanics institute last Thursday evening; to consider the recent aotipnof Ü» oil' in eonneetion with the proposed ■sanitary service for Trafalgar.. Mr„ Holls having been voted to the chair, ' fully expW was to be 9d. i>er SereSrthree pans the yearly ™' pan system, and pans of a certm&lt;des ' motion had to be provided, which, it ' wn? said, «oold cost 30s per p«r, including patent tops. It was esu S^of rnns tn ¡^ÄS s? tlOQ was » SfiJ "T^ property owngrs and Trafalgar were concern— rió»™ not asked for it), buj _the excessively high charges demanded for it. Mr. Buchanan said theycouldget a local sanitary service on terms muctt •ïiSÎSÂ Mr. Matluesofl uc ~r work at 8d. per pan P«.™* f£r J SSÂ'-î.;teg= J more expensive ones required by the C0MrC1 Morden stated that the shite engineer ted that day told bin, that Dans could be purchased for abóu...
The News. Nec temere, nec timide. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR. NOTES AND COMMENTS. AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JUEN 21, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
"gjtewá. í¡ec leuiere, iieo limùie. PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGARi Published Thursday Mornings. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. A guard rail lias been placed around the 4ter channel in the mam street of Trafalgar, near the post office. 1»» „rio» was an extremely dangerous one Îot pedestrians, and the^ progress •wsocStiou recently asked the council rSse H with » railing; hence the work now carried oat. We would direct attention to an ad I vertisement in M^Portm« from Mr. Harry Moss, reS'sW member Melbourne Tattereall s Club. Sr Moss is one o£ the lead, ng book makers in the city, and does a large business in all the For full particulars re the chief com ing eyents see advt. The announcement in la6t week s News that the Trafalgar horticultural, S intended holding an-annual potato show in J une (about two months Ster the ordinary show) has been well revived by the farmers, who expiess SSion5 at the action of the »£ mittee in thus encouraging an impoi tant industry into the dist...
An Unwritten Marriage Law. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
Art Unwritten Marriage Law. A speaker at a meeting» referring to the~toariiage lawe, remarked that It-was not generally known that a man could not marry his "widow's cousin. "Widow's sister, you mean," correo« ted one wLth® audience. * "No," repltSh-iJie speaker, "1 mean widow'« cousin," ,.. v, "I tell you," said tft0kjnterrt|p(«7' "that a man may marry hiswdçw'« cousin, but not his widow's sister. 1 suggest that you should examine the tables oí affinity." "But," .persisted the speaker, "how can a man .marry anyone when his wife is a widow?""'.-';' - -
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. Sk«*a and Patterson report having held their u&u&l weekly market at their yards, Warragul, oo Thursday last-. There wag a good yarding of stock, but no change in prices can be quoted, and every thing but good dairy cows or spring ing or dairy heifers remain low. They quote as under:—Pigs—Suckers, 3s to 4e 6d ; slips, 6s to 8s ; stores, lis to 14s ; porkers, 17s to 25s ; baconers, 31s 6d to 35s ; sows, 26s to 30s. Cattle—Fat bullocks, £6 14s ; do., cows, j£5 6s to £6 14s ; forward do., ;£3 15s to £4 ; store do., best, £3 5a to £3 10ö ; others, £2 5s to £2 losj; milkers and springers, best, £7 17s (id to £9 ; second do., £6 10s to £7 10s ; others, from £5 ; backward springers, best, ¿5 5s to £5 17s 6d.; others, from £4 10s ; springing heifers, £4 10s to £5 7s 6d ; do., 2yrs, £3 to £3 4s ; do.. 18mos., 45s to 50s ; do., year lin£s, 35s to 40s ; do,, poddies, best, 25s to 30s ; others, 18s to 22s ; steers, 2|yrs, £2 12s 6d ; do., 18mos.,:--35s to 45s...
ATTRIBUTED TO ANCESTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
ATTRIBUTED TO ANCESTORS.7; A cynical observer of "men and things" thus explained the human weakness for accumulating posses sions, furniture, jewels, lands, houses, money, or whav, not:— "Our savage ancestors often went in want of the necessities of life food and clothing—so that when they saw a chance of securing these thing« they m arde the most of it hoarding up the Burplus flesh and skins of the ani mais they killed as a provision against scarcity. In'time this became a fixed idea with most of them. "This, In my opinion, explains the tendency of the modern man to accu mulate round him huge quantities of more or less useless belongings, so that his bouse serves less as a home than as a place of storage for his fur niture, and he piles' up possessions far beyond his needs. "I fancy this, too, may account for the modern habit of over-eating. Prim itive rqan gorged himself when he had a chance) because he was never sure when he would get another meal; and he may have transmitted the...
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
MARKET REPORTS. TRAFALGAR STOCK SALE. Messrs. Jennings and Melones re port, under date lGth June:—280 cattle yarded; nearly all were sold; good dairy cows and heifers were in ; best deuiaad; on the whole prices were ! practically unaltered. Milkers and ; springers from £5 15s. to £7 10s.; : springing heifers to £6 £)g.; backward , cows to £5 10s.; fat cows £6; good i stores £4 2s. Gd.; secondary £2 to £3; , 3-year old heifers £3 18s.; 2-year-old , heifers £3 3s.; yearling steers and heifers to 35s. Cd.; good poddies £1; email from 10s.
Virgie's Inheritance. "You Have Overstepped All Bounds." [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
Virgie's Inheritance. > By Mrs. G. SHELDON, Authoress of "Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," "Moiia, or The Secret of a Royal ■Mirror," "Imogen's Intrigue," etc. "You Have Overstepped" ATI Bstmds." more the beautiful wife who had i become dearer than ever to him. But his mother's condition did not improve; she still lay hovering be tween life and death, and he knew that he must not leave her until ther was some change either for the better or worse. Her disease was partial paralysis, which, however, had no fected hor brain, and her son's return and presence appeared to be of the greatest comfort to her. Still she was liable, at any hour, to have another shock, which would doubtless prove fatal, and Sir Herbert Randal—an eminent London physician —commanded perfect quiet and frc dom from all excitement, since tho .nxiety or disturbance of a Id bring the dream mess* (ch they all feared so much, it seemed as if the young bar hopelessly bound to Heath • dale for tho present. \ Not a word ...
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
[ DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR COttUESPONDENTS.; MÓfF "Jim" Reíd, in the employ oi Messrs. A. J- Mackenzie and Co., got a nasty toss on Friday last. He tras driving a horse attached to a vehicle used for the carting of timber, when the animal suddenly stopped, throwiog " Jim" on his chest over the cart. He eventually " kissed mother earth," and escaped with a shaking and one or two nasty bruises. Mr. W. Matches, honorary secretary of the Mae Mechanics' Institute, has received the sum of £5 8s 4d as a Government grant to the funds of the library. This amount is to be ex pended solely in the purchase of new books. We feel sure the committee would be glad to receive from sub scribers suggestions ae to wbat books it would be advisable to purchase. The Melbourne Board of Public Health regulations, coming into force on 1st Jolv, forbid butchers and bak ers taking back bread or meat that has been delivered st any house, It has been the practice for loaves served to customers yesterday to be ex...
THORPDALE v. NARRACAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
THOEPDALE v. NARRACAN. A match between tbe above clubs took place on Saturday last, and re sulted in a win for the Thorpdale " boys." The weather was spfondtä» and a crowd of spectators baa equally as enjoyable a-time as tbe playtfra. The best players for Thprpdale wer« G. Hardy, A^, Hill, S. Dickinson, C. Hardy, G. Pavitt, Spence, VVebster, Waycj'ttt and MoQcur, while for Nar racan, \V. Hammond, B. Buckley, Hill, Clarke aud Goode put in the best work. The final scores were — Thorpdaie, 11 goals 8 behiads ; bar racan, 3 goals 11 •bebiods. Thorp dale's a&lt;>il-kickers were—C. Haray (5), S. Dickinson (2), G. Hardy (2), J. Rodda and G. Pavitt (1 each). J. Gardiner, as central umpire, gav genera! satisfaction. s*» Warragul West junior footballers visited Yarragonon Wednesday, 13th and .attain scorod an easy win with only twelve men, the scores being:— Warragul West Í5 goals 10 behind», Yarragon 1 goal 4 behinds. Goal kickers—E. Brooker 5, A. Lennox 3, J. Kelly 2, W. Stockdal...
MOE METHODIST CHURCH. THE ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
MOE METHODIST CHURCH. THE ANNIVERSARY. We are pleased to note^be steady and satisfactory progress the Moe Methodist Church and Sunday.School : bare made during the past few months. The greatest unanimity exist^among its members (old and young)," a fact which is due to the untiring energy of the Messrs Remmiogton (eenr.. and : junr.) and S. J. GuHick, who have been the prime workers in bringing congregations together which tend to give encouragement to their minister and the Jay readers who occupy the pulpit whenever they are called upon to preside. The advent of the Rev. Mr. Edwards bas apparently created a n«w era in Uethodist Church matters throughout the circuit since bis ar rival, his services being attended by large gatherings not only at Moe, but also st the several places of worship in other parts of the ehire. The same good work that has been accomplished m connection with the church is gjlo to be seen in the Sunday School, which has now a roll' of between 20 and 30 members,...
COALVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
COALVILLE. The numerous friends of Mr. D. Lacy, formerly of Coalville—who left some months since on a trip to the Old Country—writes to Dr. Phelps, of Moe, under date 6th April, from Hoiloway, London. The writer states that he had a moat enjoyable trip, be* ing surrounded by cheerful rellow passengers, and was experiencing ex cellent health, the weather being all that could be desired. He mentions that he spent a fortnight in Italy and Naples, and saw Mount Versuvius be* fore the late eruption, the particulars of which terrible calamity our readers are now familiar with. Mr. Lacy also visited Rome. At the lime of writing he was on the eve of bis departure for Nottinghamon a short holiday. Among the many and varied attractions in London, Mr. Lacy had heard Madame Ada Crossley and Mias AmyfCastesl. He had also attended one of the per formances given by Mise ha Elmau» the youthful violin prodigy, who (he remarks) is quite astounding, playing with ease, and, he was informed by competent...
FOOTBALL. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION WARRAGUL v. TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
FOOTBALL. WEST GIPPSLAND ASSOCIATION WARRAGUL v. TRAFALGAR. The Trafalgar and Warragul clubs met yesterday afternoon on the Warra gul ground. A special train, which was run for the purpose, conveyed, besides the players, a large number of passen 1 gers from Trafalgar. The weather was pleasant, and a very good game was played, which resulted in a victory for Warragul, this being that club's first win this season. The scores were— Warragul, 5 goals 12 behinds Trafalgar, 3 goals 8 behinds. Results of matches playei on Wed nesday, 13th inst:— Buayip 6 goals 6 behinds, Warragul 4 ffoals 7 behinds. i'nifalgar 9 goals 7 behinds, Yarra gon 4 goals 3 behinds. Traralgon 0 goals 9 behinds, lona 1 goal 9 behinds. j
RULES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
RULES. 1 The Rules of the Victorian Football Association to be observed. 2. Each club to be represented by two delegates. 3. A secretary and cliairman to be ap ; pointed by the delegates for the season. The chairman to have a casting vote except in the case o£ s deadlock «s regarde a protest between any two clubs, whan the question shall be referred to the secretary ol the Vic torian Football Association. 4. No Player will be eligible to play in a Competition Match unless he is a bona fide resident of the district for four weeks prior to the match in which he takes part or if he play with any Metropolitan Club. Residents of the district to mean any player living with in 14 miles of the local Post Office of the Team in which he plays. 5. Secretaries of each club to register with the secretary of the association a list of playerö, and no player be eligible to play in a match unless his name shall have been so registered 14 days prior to such match. The secretary of the association to ...
DAIRYING. PERIOD OF LACTATION AND FOOD REQUIREMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
D Al R Y I NG. PERIOD OF LACTATION AND FOOD REQUIREMENTS. A short time ago an elaborate ex- ! periment to determine the Influence of ¡ the period of lactation on the nutritive i requirements was carried out at the 1 Minnesota stations (says C. G. P. Thonger in "Live Stock Journal.") It had been observed that cows fresh in milk gave relatively a larger return in milk and imtterfat for the nutriment consumed than where they had been in milk for some time. The results of the experiment demonstrate the neces sity of feeding the cow well when dry, so that she may have a store of sur plus nutriment to draw upon during the early stages of lactation. It was : found that when a cow is fresh in milk ; she loses rapidly in body weight, and ¡ that the yield in excess of normal de-1 pends on the rate of decrease in weight, of body. The more rapid the shrink-1 age in weight of body, the greater the yield of dairy products in excess of that provided in the nutriment con sumed; that in some instanc...
Quite Obvious. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
Quit« Obvious. A squire, who was a tall, broad shouldered man, with thé largest hands of any one for miles around, was en tertaining a young man from another part of the country at dinner. It was the squire's custom to ask a blessing at the table, and the stranger had evi dently not been used to that sort of thing, for Instead of waiting he be gan to eat The squire raised his hand with a restraining gestare and said: "Pause, young man." "Paws," was the reply—"I should I think they were paws!." 1
BOILING WATER THAT DOES NOT COOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
BOILING WATER THAT DOE8 NOT COOK. land, less than 212 degrees Fahrenheit, the ;water will not cook some vegetables properly. Ân Illustration of this fact was af-, forded to some travellers who aseen* ded the Andes. At a point which was - something "like 12,000 feet> above the sea level, they decided to cook some vegetables, including potatoes. The water boiled well enough, but the po* tatoes did not cook. How was it? ... At that altitude the atmospheric pressure is different, and thus water is enabled to boil at a lower tempera ture than 212 degrees. How muró lower It was they unfortunately did not determine, but they had practical proof of the fact that the potatoes re* quired a temperature nearer to 212 de* grees than they could get before they, would boll. , In order to increase the temperature at which the water would boil, they ¡ should have added more salt. Brine boils at a higher point than plain water, so by adding salt they could gradually have increased the heat, till I...