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TOONGABBIE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
TOONGABBIE PROGRESS AS \ SOCIATION. -0---o- Aneeting of the above asso:ia tion was held in the Toongabbic mechanics' institute on Saturday, when twelve members were pre.. sent. The movement amongst distri,.t stock-owners to request the Rail way department to have trucking yards erected at the local railway station, was again discussed. A letter concerning the matter was read from MIr. Barnes, M.L.A., and in it he stated .he would be glad to interview the Railway Commissioners, and put. before them any representations furni * shed to him. Mr. V. Heywood was deputed to collect the required information, and to have it forwarded to Mr. Barnes as early as possible. .It was decided to keep the asso ciation in existence, and Council lor Henderson was re-elected pre sident, and Mr. J. O'Meara secre tary. The membership fee was fixed at 2s.
GORMANDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
GORMANDALE. Mr. Jas. Bennett, M.H.R., ad dressed a representative gathering in the local hall on Saturday even ing. Mr. C.O'Connor occupied the chair, and introduced the speaker. Mr. Bennett spoke of-the rea son for the dissolution of both Houses, and the causes lealing up to it. The programme of the Liberal party was dealt with in a lucid manner, and the candidate had a good hearing. At the close of the meeting, scveral questions were asked, and answered to the apparent satisfaction of the ques tioners.
IS IT A "TAKE DOWN?" PICTURE FOR STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
IS IT A "TAKE DOWN?" PICTURE FOR STATE SCHOOL. At a rieetin-g of the Morwvell .school committee on Tuesday evening last; Mr. Watson men tioned that about 12 months' ago a man named Gordon, ,collected about £15 in the district for a pic ture of the opening of the Com -monwea'th Parlament, etc., which he understood was to be presented to the school. He understood the picture had not been secured, and he would like to know if any of the members of the committee knew anything about the picture, or Mi. Gordon. He had written two letters to the mnan, but had received no reply. The fact t?hat members of the school committee headed the list of'money subscri bed he believed led to several others giving money. In fairness to the subscribers, he thought the matter should be enquired into. ' Mr. Davey said the people-were often taken down in these sort of things. The chairman said that it wa&lt; due to being misled that he had headed the list with a donation. Mrs. Hone said she had only...
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
TELEPHONE TRUNK LINE RATES. 8 mrn. each'add. 3 min Morwell ... 2d ... 2d Glengarry ... 2d ... 2d Toougabbie ... 2d .. 2d Moe .... 3d ... 3d Cowwarr ... 3d ... 3d Rosedale ... 3d ... 3d Flynn's Creek 3d ... 3d Trafalgar ,... 4d ... . 3d,-. Yarragon . . 6d ... 5d Sale ... 6d ... 5d Walhalla ... 6d ... Maffra ... 8d ... 6d Heyfield ... 8d ... 6d Newry ... 8d ... 6d Tinamba ... 8d ... 6d Warragul ... 8d %.. Id Yarram ... 1/4 ... 1/
THE TELEPHONE. TRARALGON EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
THE TELEPHONE. --0- TRARALGON EXOHANGE, I Dr Hagenauer 2 Dr. McLean 3 Mr. Challman 4 T, B. Little & Co. 5 Christensen & Bawden 6 G. H. Marsh 7 Layton. Bros. 8 L. L?y 9 W. A. Clark o..,o THE JOURNAL (W. Chappell). I Whittaker Bros ; ;: ,: - xfJti.......... . .. .. ..gls h. . . . I3 Sbire Hall 14 J. D. Campbell z5 J. S. Milligan i6 Robert Farmer '7 Nurse Miller 18 Gippsland Trading Coy. 19 F. L. Grubb, jnr. 20 Mathieson.and Davis 21 P. Dunbar 22 Co-operative Store 23 T. G Cobbledick 24 T. H. Row 25 Serjeant and Bruce 26 A. M'Lean and Co, 27 G. H. Mends 28 Grand Junction Hotel . 29 Railway Station 30 Savings Bank. 31 Butter Factory 32 Police Station. 33 National Bank! 34 Pentland and Canfield. 35 C. E. Clarke. 36 Clerk of Courts 37 " The Record" (J. W. Gudst).., 38 A. J. Trood. 39 F. Peiper S40 F. Grubb 41. J. Robinson. 42 R. F. Webb 43. W. Christensen and Co; 44. R. Widdis. 45. Rev. W. J. T. Pay, 46 Picone 47 W. M Donald 8. H. Campbell
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
E! Dresses. Dresses. : Special Offer : FOR 2 WEEKS ONLY. UI FOR 2 WEEKS ONLY. FOR 2 WEEKS ONLY. SWe will Make you a Smart Up-to-Date Trimmed S Dress for 20s, 25s, 30s No Imaginary Lures of Self-Sacrifice. The Materials we place before your are THIS SEASON'S GOODS, in the Latest Colorings, Fresh and Up-to-Date. We ask you to Call and Select a Dress Length front our well Assorted Stock of Dress Materials, * which enables you to participate in the SPECIAL SPECIA-L OFFER. OFIFER. PIc. HRISTE'NSEa'S Wiqter Wiqter MISS RAY, i 'The Ladies Draper and Milliner, :: .Franklin Street, Traralgon NEW WINTER GOODS BEING OPENED UP. Special LINE Japanese Dressing Gowns, Padded Silk. something Warm and Comfortable for Winter. Ladies' and Children's Golfers for the Cold Weather. Neat Up-to-Date Millinery, a-tReduced Prices. 'Be Sure to SEE the - W?lEW GOODS. FIRL WOOD. .T.-GILMOUR 'WILL' SUPPLY BEST FIRE WOOD.,. (Full Loads). Gravel, !Sand, Manure and Rubbish car .ted at reasonable rates. Orders left ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
H. ENNIS, Franklin Street, TRARALGON. I appreciate the very Liberal 4 Patronage, and remind the pub' lic that I can supply GENTLE MEN'S SUITS, etc., in all the LATEST PATTERNS and the LATEST STYLES. DRESSY SUITS OF. THE BEST MATERIAIL. A NEW and. UP-TO-DATE SEWING MACHINE, for £5 "The Co-operator," at the C-OPERATIVE STORES, Traralgon. VETERINARY HOSPITAL., VETERINARY SHOEING FORGE. PRINOES' STREET, TRARALGON. D. PHELAN, VETERINARY SURGEON AND HORSE DENTIST, FARRIER, &c, , . HORSES SFIOD on thA MOSJ &PPRO VED PRINOIPLE. itlEASE FEET :EXAMINED & 8KlL FULLY TREATED, Horb afouths Exainined Free of Charge. A TRIAL SOLIOITED . · T'lE THE Yorkshire Insurance Co., LIMITED. Established at York; 1824. Victorian'Branch: 30 Queen-street Melb. A. S. Warry, Manageri F Fire,. Live -Stock, Growing Crops;. Hay Stacks, Acci dents. 'Clalms promptly sets tied. Local Agent: E. L. BRUCE, i. Franklin Street, Ttaialgon. •. | A~RI ~and .i3eneral " I AGENCIES: A Massey.Harris Farm Im...
The Biter Bitten! SENATOR PEARCE GETS IT HOT. "MADE A HOPELESS MUDDLE OF EVERYTHING HE TOUCHED." [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
The Biter Bitten ! SENATOR PEARCE GETS IT HOT. "MADE A HOPELESS MUD DLE OF EVERYTHING I?E TOUCHED." There-was a little plain speak ing during the sitting of the Federal Senate on Thursday, and Senator Pearce, who has posed as a sort of defence- expert, and a " George Washington,' got more than he expected in the shape of pungent criticism'. WVe take the following from the "Argus" re port : Senator Millen: There is one admission which .Senator Pearce never made yet, and that is that he played the Senate false regard ing the taking over of Cockatoo Island. It is as well, when we are going into ancient history, that we should'go into it all. Senator Pearce-: Do you make that assertion ? - Senator Millen:, Undoubtedly. Senator Rae, four'or five days be fore the dock yard was taken over by the Fisher Ministry, asked se veral questions relating to the purchase, and wanted to know if parliament .would be consulted. Senator Pearce replied that negotiations were proceed ing and the governmen...
TRARALGON SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
TRARALGON SOUTH. -0--- (From our own Correspondent) A ,meeting of the school com mittee was held in the State-school on Tuesday evening, when there were present: Messrs. M'Dona!d (in the. chair) E. Redpath, A. E. Thompson, W. Watson, C. Lade and Thos. Downie (correspondent) A letter was received from C. S. 'M'Pherson, pro. director of Education, stating -that the school committee could spend the bal ance of their allowance in clearing the school ground of suckers and stumps,- and lopping the six trees, and it was decided to call tenders for the work. That of H. and D. Watson was accepted. Owing to,several residents bceng away at the Farmers' Convention, it was decided to postpone the Arbor Day celebrations for a week.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
The Distinctive House Special Cash Offer. SUIT, Great Purchase of Suit Lengths. Worth 70s to 90s the .OSTUME Suit. All at One Price. 58s 6d the SUIT. 588 465. Special Costume Offer - Blue Twill Costume, Worth 95s. 77S 6? 6 Special Price, 77s 6d. SPOT CASH. Sale Starts: JF~RA, Last Day:U SPOT TusASH.Y, S JUNE 19. .JUtitteY 2. rsO TraraSIgon. CARTER & UNT:,,--High-Class- Outfitters,? rrlo Buy those Spectacles now, aid enjoy life while it lasts. No satisfaction, no pay.-R. A. Williams. Qualified Optic cian, at A. Il. "RO S's,'Tra. ralgon Bazaar and General Ncwsagcncy. For Chronic Chest Complaints Woods' Great IPeppermint Cure, is 6d. Honest Trading. S HIRTY YEARS of Honest Trading has made the Trara'gan SBazaar and General New sagency .what it is to-day - the Best. Equipped and Most Up-to-date Shop in . Gipp.sland. Every want of o,:r. - customers' is supplied, and there is no necessity to send out of th~ town for any article in the Stationery -line. Call at the Traralgon Bazaar...
Traralgon Agricultural Society. MEETING OF COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
Traralgon Agricultural Society. '--0-- MEETING OF COMMITTEE. A spec:al meeting of the com mittee of the above was held at the Traralgon Hotel on Friday af ternoon, to deal with a number of urgent matters. There were Ipre sent': Messrs. Serjeant ipresident), W. Christensen (secretary!, Thos., Downic, W. rWest, J. J. l)unbar, Dawson, Gihnour, Mapleson. T. Powell, P. Dunbar, \V. W\atson, J. T. Dunbar, 3I. M'I)onald, . )J. D. Campbell, J. Plant and E. 3. Whit takers. The minutes of the previous mmeting were confirmed. An Appreciation. The president said tha;lt at Ithe previous meeting the secretary was authorised to forward a letter of sympathy to the widow and fami:y of the late Mr. T. Pratt, of Glen garry, who had been a very active and useful member of the socity. Mrs. Pratt had written, thanking the society for the kindness shown. A Former Show Judge. Mr. James Johnson, horse dealer and exporter, wrote stating that he had returned from abroad, and in tended residing in Victoria, at ...
GLENGARRY v. SCARNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
GLENGARRY v. SCARNE. A very large and enthusiastic crowd of spectators witnessed a match be tween the above teams on the Glen garry Football Ground on Saturday afternooon After a strenuous battle the game resulted in a win for the Home tenail by 5 points. Glengarry scoring 8.goals 5 behinds against Scarne 6 goals 12 be hinds, the game was a willing one from the word go.. W. Birmingham captained the Glen team and J. Bolding the visitors. The umpire was B. Christensen, who gave every satisfaction. Prominent play ers forsthe Glen were Birmingham 2. Lamont/ Orr and Gilbert, the most conspicuous for Scarne were Jebson, Holton, Bolding, Timmins, M'Kenzie and Tom Pratt.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
FOOTBALL. The second rotind in connection with the North Gippsland ,Com petition will be comnmeice.d on Thursday nex, when the Traral gon team will journey by special train to Maffra. In the opening match of the season, ,when these two teams met, the spectators were treated to an excellent display of football, and as both teamshave considerably improved since then, a, game equally as good shouldbe witnessed. The special trainlea ves at 1.15 p.m., returning at ~even o'clock. The fares will be 4s 8d. The Traralgon team, which is con siderably strengthened by the in clusion of two or three new men, whose time for registration has qx pired, will be as follows: 1, T. Milligan; 2, Wilson; 3, Cochrane; 4, D. Ryan; 5, On ley; 6, M. Bermingham; 7, King; 8, M'Kenzie; 9, Burns; 10, De Me dici; 11, Wickham; 12, Ward; 13, Phelan; 14, A. Ryan? 15 Nicol son; 16, Martin; 17, Smith; 18, Coates; 19, Farrer; 20, Ruff; 21, W. .Milligan; 22, J. Ryan.
AMUSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
AMUSEMENTS. -----o--- The local branch of the P.L.C. continued their series of winter eveniiig socials on on Thursday evening, when another successful cuchre tournament and dance was held in the hall. A most enjoyable evening was spent. The gentlem man's prize was won by Mr. Quirk, of Warragul, and Miss. Apps car ried off the ladies prize. At the conclusion of the card playing refreshments were served, and the hall cleared for dancing, a couple of merry hours being spent in this way. The Catholic ball is a function eagerly looked forward to by the Traralgon and district residents, and it nay safely be said that it is one of the most classical and en joyable fixtures of the year. This year it will take place on Friday, August 7, and already the prelimi nary arrangements are being made to ensure its success. Mr. Wood ruff will act as secretary. The local branch of the A.W.A. intends breaking the monotony again on Thursday, by holding a social evening in the mechanics' institute. The m...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
Mr. Livingston, M.L.A., Minis ter of Education, will arrive in Traralgon it noon to-day, and will be glad to meet his friends. He will )be at the State school at 2 p.m., and go on to Rosedale in the even ing. Iris proposed to tender him a public banquet shortly, at which the Premier has promised to at tend. Sale Goods Shed Burnt Down. i -The " Times" reports that the Sale railway goods shed was burnt down, and all the goods and books destroyed, early on Sunday morn ing. The stationmaster fortuna tely succeeded in gettiig the trucks and carriages out of the way. The fire had got a firm hold when it was noticed, and the the station appliances, and pres sure in the Borough mains were kery weak. The damage is ks:ima ted at £2000. The owners of the goods will be, the losers. The cause of the fire is unknown. Former Resident of Traralgon. Many of our readers will be plea sed to learn that Mr. Jos. Johnson, a former employee at the local railway station, and a son-in-law pf Mr. C. H. Gales...
REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
REASONS FOR ROPATIONS. At the basis-of all genuine rotations lies the fact that plants differ, fron. one another ;they differ from one-an ither ii their demands upon the soil, both chemical and physical;-they dit fer with regardl to their root system, -depth of feeding, their moisture re quirements, their time of feeding, heir dates in reaching maturity, etc. Many-plants impoverish the soil; few enrich it; some spoil its,physical condition, while others improve it in (hat'regard. Many crops favor the growth of weeds, while others eithei are able to hold the weeds in check or require such cultivation and treat ment as will prevent their growth. * All these differences fit plants for dlfferent places in rotation, and a well. arranged rotation is one in which the strong points of one crop follow' so as to fit into the weak points of another, or vice versa, and in this ,way reduce deficiencies to a minimum.. A crop that requires, a large amount of one element should be followed by one t...
Traralgon Weekly Market. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
Traralgon Weekly Market. W. Christensen and Co. report Oats, firmer, seed Algerian 2s' 6d; white oats, 3s; feed 2s 6d; wheat, prime seed, 4s 6d; fowl feed, 3s 9d; barley, cape firmer, 2s 9d to 2s 10d; maize, prime dry 4s, crusshed 2s 10d; peas, h.t. Dunn 5s, m.t., 4s 6d, crushed 5s; chaff, choice. £3 12s 6d, good £3 10s, medium £3 5s; bran, is 4d; pollard, is 5d; Japanese millet, 3d, onions, 8d; potatoes choice, 6s; others from 3s to 4s 6d; grass seed, Cocksfoot, 1ls to 12s. rye grass 5.s; rabbits, a large supply forward, and all' sold readily at 9d to 10d per pair; butter, prime dairy, 10d to Is Id; matured cheese 8)d; eggs', guaranteed 1s 3d; preserved, Is; pig's cheeks, 3d lb., bacon 8d to 9d, hams, Is; poultry, fair demand, roosters to 3s 9d, hens 2s 6d to 3s 6d, pullets 2s to 3s, chicks is to is 6d; tur keys, gobblers 15s hens 10s; ducks 2s to 3s; geese 4s 6d to 5s; fruit, apples, choice. 6s to 6s 6d, others 3s 6d to 4s' 6d, cooking 3s 6d to 4s; vegetables, cabbages 2s to 6s; c...
NERVES AND THE WOMAN. Living Too Hard. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
NERVES AND THE WOMAN, Living Too Hard. This is the age of hard work; when concentration on whatever one' hap pens to take up is essential to suc cess. The business woman who wants to get on has to work hard and live hard every hour of the day. The pro fessional woman who slacks will be passed by other competitors in the race for fame and success. Life is so full of manifold interests that even the domesticated womnian, unless she leads the narrowest of lives, is occu uled all day long. Wp have all to live and work to mthe nest of our ability in this twentieth century, and it is a very good thing that we have, because it Is the life that is full of work and interests that is best worth living. But there is another side to the question. Whilst many women can stand the strain and be all the better for it, a certain number break down. They develop "nerves," they show signs of wear and tear, of over-strain and con stant tension. They begin to fuss over little things, suffer from hea.ld a...
Federal Politics. LIBERAL DELEGATES MEET AT TRARALGON. ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Gippsland Farmers Journal — 30 June 1914
Federal Politics. LIBERAL DELEGATES MEET AT TRARALGON. ENTHUSIASTIC GATHERING. A large and enthusiastic meeting of the delegates of the Gippsland branches of the Australian Women's National League, and the People's party, was held yes terday in the large sitting room of the Grand Junction Hotel. There were quite 50 delegates present, and all the centres along the main Gippsland line were represented It was said to be the best meeting Gipps!and Liberals have had, and it was remarked that it was a very hopeful augury for the forth coming campaign. MIr. A. Mathieson, president of the Gipps!and electorate commit tee, presided, and in the course of of his address he said the meeting was a very different one to the re presentative meeting, w-hen the previous campaign was being or ganised, and when they thought they were Jeading a forlorn hope. Mr. Ulbrich, one of the organi sers of the People's Party, and Mrs Bolitho, of the Women's National League, gave stirring addresses, on the differe...