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THIRTEEN DAIRY COMMMANDMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 21 June 1906
In an address at the last annual meeting of the Nebraska Dairymen's Association, U.S.A., Mr. A. H. Harris gave the following thirteen command ments for dairymen:— First: That the dairy business can not be learned in one day, one month, or one year, even if one does read all he can about the business. Reading about the dairy, and running the dairy are two different things. There are two things we must practise before we learn them. Milking is one of the things; we become expert only by practice. One who can start and milk at a steady gait will have better re sults than the one that milks fast, then slow, then fast again. We must learn to milk at a steady gait, and as fast as possible for ub to keep it up, till the cow is milked dry. Feeding is another thing we must experience before we can feed successfully. What each cow wants, and the quantity she wants, we must learn by actual practice. " is almost imposf one dairy cow; to *, for sale, and If she is for salé, a friend or neighbor ...
WOMAN'S WORLD.. HOW TO COOK A HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
WOMAN'S WORLD. . HOW TO COOK A HUSBAND. • A good many husbands are utterly spoiled by mismanagement. Some women keep them constantly in hot water; others let them freeze by their carelessness and indifference. Sofae keep them in a stew by irritating ways and words; others roast them. Some keep them in a pickle all their 'llvCK. It cannot be supposed that any husband will be tender and easily managed in this way; but they are really delicious when properly treated In selecting your husband, you should not be guided by the silvery appearance, in buying mackerel, nor by the golden tint, as if you wanted salmon. Be sure to select him yourself, as tastes differ. Do not go to the market for him, as the best are always brought to your door. It is far beiier to have none unless . you will patiently learn how to cook , him. A preserving kettle of finest I porcelain is best; but if you have noth- ; lag but an earthenware pipkin, it will do with care. See that the linen in which you wrap him i...
MORE POTENT THAN BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
MORE POTENT THAN BEAUTY. In one of his books dealing with gipsy life, George Borrow, the celebra-. ted author and traveller, refers to a handsome young man who married arid was extremely devoted to an elderly and unattractive-looking woman of the gipsy race. Many other instances of the kind might be quoted, and the moral seems to be that in many cases there are affinities of mind or soul that entirely outweigh the ordinary considerations of face and form. i There is comfort, then, for the man or woman with whom Nature has been niggardly in the matter of physical attractions. And not only Is this the case in regard to matrimonial prospects -alone. It has been observed that unions when based on the deeper qualities of character are, as a rule, more permanent and far happier than those founded on fleeting sense impressions. ? Genuineness of character is a real flower," compared with one that is artificial.
A CUNNING OLD ARAB. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
A CUNNING OLD ARAB. The famous old Arab slave-dealer ami ivory-trader, Tippu Tib, died not long ago at the age of seventy. He was a most interesting character— . shrewd, cautious, courteous, plausible, : and, as Stanley found him, treacherous. Various travellers in Africa have written of their impressions of this powerful chief and of his detestable trade. "Tippu Tib was about sixty When I : saw him," says one. ' Ho was a man j of good presence and much intelli\x=req-\ I gence. I spoke to him ol Stanley, but, | as Chat great traveller had incurred his jealousy, the old slaver had not: much to say in his favor. How it was he could not say, but the great white chief had not acquired a pleasing repu tation throughout Africa, and he would probably endanger his life if he attempted to return. All this was said with an air of Imperturbable gravity, but I could hardly restrain my laughter." Tippu was king wherever he went. Once he gained a country by mere cun. ning. He came to a region whe...
ANDREW CARNEGIE AND HIS FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
ANDREW CARNEGIE AND HIS FRIENDS. Sixty years ago Andrew Carnegie waa a wee barefooted laddie in the streets of Allegheny, the son of a poor weaver who had been driven from his home In Scotland by lack of work. Five years ago he retired from business the Second richest man in the world. To climb from the cobblestones of poverty to the throne of dominion over a vast industry—to abdicate this throne at the height of his power and become a sort of human P.rovldence—such, in a sentence, has been the story of Andrew Carnegie. But the "star-spangled Scot," as the British call Carnegie, did more than make three hundred millions for himself. In addition to this, he made about two hundred millions for hi? friends and partners, and a large proportion of these fortunate men are of Scottish birth or descent. George , Lauder, Carnegie's cousin, and a typical Scot, is now living in quiet retirement in Pittsburg, with at least a score of millions at his disposal. Thomas Morrison, also a distant re ...
CHAPTER XIV. The Plot Begins to Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
CHAPTER XIV. The Plot Begins to Work. The acquaintance between the Far nums and Virgle progressed rapidly after the meeting between Sadie and the young wife. Mrs. Farnum was duly introduced, and did not prove to tie nearly so formidable a personage as Virgle had imagined her to be; for although she was not drawn toward her as she had been to her daughter, yet she was so gracious and exerted herself to he so agreeable, that Virgle could but acknowledge to herself that she was a very pleasant and entertaining person. Visits were exchanged almost every day between them; -the baby was praised and admired, and Virgie was petted and made much of, until her heart and confidence were entirely They insisted upon her driving with them; "the fresh air would do her good," Mrs. Farnum declared, "for she had noticed during the last week that she was losing color"; and thus she ma le many excursions with the two ladies, and visited many points of interest. They even proposed that they should go in...
Virgles Inheritance CHAPTER XIII. Becoming Acquainted. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
ViM Inheritance. By Mrs. G. SHELDON, Authoress of "Two Keys," "Dorothy's Jewels," "Mona, or The Secret of a Royal Mirror," "Imogen's Intrigue/' etc. CHAPTER XIII. Becoming Acquainted. Little Virginia May Heath • ingly, that he could come to iier, she encountered two ladies who had just ascended tiie stairs, and passed on to yond hersf One was a finely-formed, majestic woman, evidently somewhat over fifty years, having the ai^ and beating of one accustomed to society aud the ways of the world. She was tastefully and elegantly dressed, every ar tide of her apparel denoting wealth and a, careful regardvfor fashion. The, nthor was q yotisg Lady, per\x=req-\ a perfect blonde, with a tali, beautl\x=req-\ lully-developed -form, and with a face such as poets and artists read about. It .was a pure oval, faultless in feature and coloring, and yet withal, if closely studied, there was a suspicion of shallowness and insincerity in the full, sapphire eyes, and the perfectly-formed but rather wea...
DISTRICT NEWS. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) YARRAGON. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
DISTRICT NEWS. (FEOjM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) YARRAGON. The recent change in the weather has had a perceptible effect on the milk supply, which, up to a few days ago was unusually high for this sea son of the year, but a drop has occurred, and it is now little above the average. We still have some slight hopes of forming a dramatic club here, but the difficulty is in getting a qualified person, possessing the confidence of would-be, members to take the matter up seriously. We have such a person in our midst, one who possesses the Sualifications for the position and has le confidence of the people, .but the trouble is that one or two others; aspire to the chief past, and want, to "run the show." It is stated here that the Trafalgar club has been re\x=req-\ organised, and will shortlv "boom" again. Perhaps this will be the means of setting the dramatic ball rolling in Yarragon. So far there is not much talk about the forthcoming election for the north riding, as the result is looked on a...
ODDFELLOWS v. NA[?]S. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
ODDFELLOWS v. A maich between the nn&lt;t Odd Fellows lodges took pi/.ce yesterday afternoon on tbo- lrafalgar ground. There was noi a large at- " tendance, as the aiTai^jf uaenU w&lt;*r»\x=req-\ inade rather hurriedly a ad the even*, was not generally t»r,wn. Most of . the players appeared ii\ fancy costume, which added to tWiu'merest and amuse-* - ment o£ the game. After about an. hoar's play, both sKles bein# ''knocked out," it was decided to "knock off,'*\x=req-\ the OdriieJlows being the winners.. Scores:.— Oddfellows, 5 goals 6 behinds .Natives, 3 goals 7 bahimls,
THORPDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
THORPDALE. The Committee of the Thorpdale Hall recently purchased stage scenery, drop-curtain, and side-wings com\x=req-\ Slete, the same now being fixed y Mr R. Phillips, of this town ; and . the manner in which the work has been earned out reflects great credit upon 1 him artistically, and the thanks of this town is due to him to the fact that he I gate his services and talent as a donation to the institute. Mr E. Gooch has sold his farm of 240 acres (privately) to Mr R. Bell, of Poowong, at a very satisfactory figure. Mr Gooch will be missed in this district, as he has always been > to the front in matters-of public in- . tere6t, especially as commanding of- i ficer in the Thorpdale detachment of | the A.L.H. I
SECOND ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
V SECOND ROUND. \ The following is the list of matches to be played in the draw for\x=req-\ the second round in connection with, the West Gippsland Association: — July 4tb. Trafalgar v. Traralgon Yarntgon v. Warragui Iona v. Bunyip Traralgou v. Yarragoa Bunyip v. Trafalgar Warragui v. Iona Traralgon y. Warragui Bunyip v. Yarragoa Trafalgar v. Iona Jcly 25m Warragui v. Bunyip Yarragon v. Trafalgar Iona v. Traralgon Augcst 1st. - j Yarragoa v. Iona / Trafalgar v. Warragui j Traralgon v. Bunyip. / All matches to bo played on ' gronnr, ^ tl»*3 first-named club. [ •./' 1 The Rules of the Victorian Football Association to be observed,* 2. Each &lt;ilub Urlfir represented by two delegates. / 3. A secretary^ and chairtftn to bo sp\x=req-\ pointed by the delegates ftfTuisVason. T£» chairman to .have a casting vole '-xuipt ul the .case of# deadlock us regards prolosi between two clubs, whcu thu question shall baijeferrod to the secretary uf tho Vic- / toriaa wootbal! Association. j 4....
MOE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
MOE. Mr A\^- Crowe, head teacher of the Moe.-State School, has been ap\x=req-\ pointed^ a member of tbe selection cdbmifctee of tbe Exhibition of School to be held at Warragul on ths 10th and 11th August. At a recent meeting of the Moe\x=req-\ Walhalla Railway Trust, it was (says the " Chronicle") decided to circular\x=req-\ ise members of Parliament in reference to the uQBatisfactoay position of matters in connection with the Moe Walhalla railway. A football match between the Allambee and Narracan Clubs was played on Saturday last, and resulted -in a win for the former—by 12 points" Those persons who have not yet availed themselves of the opportunity of securing electors' rights are in\x=req-\ >, formed that tbey may do so up to the \ 24th July, to enable them being J* . placed on the supplementary list, which will be closed after that date. To those in doubt re the alteration in the Narracan Shire boundary, we may say that the change does not alter the electoral boundary of the...
MUNICIPAL SUBSIDY. SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
MUNICIPAL SUBSIDY. SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE. The prospects of an increased municipal subsidy are improving. This welcome intelligence came from the Minister of Public Works a few days ago, when a deputation frotn Broad\x=req-\ ford shire asked for a special grant of some £600, for which that shire was willing to contribute poand for pound. After hearing arguments in aupport.of the. proposal, the Minister, in vejlly, i said he was doubtful whether he -would I have any money at hit disposal for I special grants, but he intimated that I the Government had under considera\x=req-\ I tion the raising of the municipal sub\x=req-\ I sidy from £50,000 to £10,0000, and j the allocation of it on a rating basis— : that was to say that the municipalities ! who rated themselyes highest would | get the bigger share of the grant. However, there might be some money for special grants, and .if so he would give every consideration to the request of the deputation. He gave a similar reply to two other depu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
pROFG*'siOXAt. Notices. *-?&. : ~ ' ? medical. DR. G. W. SMITHWICK HAS? commenced, the Praclof his profession in TRAFALGAR, YARRACON 'Visited DAILY, from 11 'o 1- o'clock, j THORPDALE j Visited every FRIDAY, at 2 p.m. | Medical course in Edinburgh, and spent five years in Euglai>£J' doing Special Hospital ' FOLLWINO APPOINTMENTS;— Senior House Surgeon and Medical Superintendent to Borough General Accident ' Hospital, Liverpool. •Senior House Siugeon Eye and Ear Infirmary, Liverpool. Clinical Asswtaut Skin Hospital. Clinical Assistant Womens' and Children's Infirmary, Liverpool. Assistant Surgeon Eastern Hospital, Liver-1 NURSE DAVIES, Victoria-street, 'WARRAGUL (Late Mrs. Woods' residence.) accommodation FOB LADIES. I •'.TERMS MODERATE. [A OASD.] j: a. wilmoth son, SOLICITORS, MELBOURNE and TRAFALGAR. | J. Wilmoth Visits Trafalgar o: First and Third Saturday in' each ' .••litlj, •" (CommtesMzerK for taking Affidavits). HUBERT KEI* ScjETcitoR, proctor and Conveyancer, TRAF...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
Fikaxcial. TRUST MONEY MOE SWAMP LANDS. We have a Large Amount of MONEY TO LEND 'On tie *bore Lauds, fit from upwards. A. McLEAN and CO., TraHAJXiCN. FARMERS. FARMERS. FARMERS. Buy a. Fctnn. Sell yoizr JFarm. If you want a UdOCLTL on yOZZ7* JPCLT'TTL If you want a Loan on Live Stocfz Implements, Deeds, or any Security Privately, On Most Reasonable Terms, You will SAVE MONEY AND TIME JOSEPH FLANAGAN, ACCOUNTANT, Laud, Estate and Financial Agent, Salesbury Buildings, 150 Queen St., MELBOURNE. MONEY. — j/m &lt;.o««. in luiuv ai _3 on COUNTRY LANDS* for a ternv of 2, 3, 4, 5, or 7 years, with the oiHion of )'&&lt;],,cing pnncipal when desired: Full mrt.caluu and all information from U'aYOY _■•&lt;£'C^.J34 Market-street, Melbourne. . Tli£ CHEAPEST HO.W l.\ AUSTRALIA. FARMERS, GRAZlflRS, STOREKEEPERS AMD OTiilSKg. ASSIST—NOT TO rSo Nc-, pay Exorbitant interest wfole you cau BORROW from U9 at fair and re&\x=req-\ .BunabJe cost an&lt;! ^STRAIG...
The News. Nec temere, nec timids. PRINTED- AT- TRAFALGAR, AND PUBLISHED THURSDAY MORNINGS. THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
"©fye "glcros. PRINTED - AT - TRAFALGAR, Published Thubsda? Mornings. -THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1906. NOTES AND COMMENTS. Subscribers and others receiving accounts from this office for the quarter ■ ending June 28 will oblige by settling same as early as possible, : The talk of the Warragul public iB the Great Sale of Drapery at W. T. Holt's (late Cash and Co). Such low prices for good Drapery has neve; been known before. Write at once for a catalogue of prices, or, better still, pay the place a visit.—Advt. The bachelors ball at Trafalgar has been postponed from Friday, 6th July,, to Monday, 9th. The committee discovered that if the first-named date was adhered to the ball would clash with a certain social event in a neighboring town, hence the alteration. Particulars regarding price. &c.. in amusement column. A deputation from Trafalgar will wait on the Narracan council tomorrow, relative to the recently established sanitary service. The chief matter for complaint is the excessi...
CHURCH SERVICES. [These notices ore inserted free of cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday morning to ensure publication.] SUNDAY NEXT, JULY 1, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
CHURCH SERVICES. ifThese notices ore inserted free of cost, but must reach the office by Wednesday mornuig to ensure publication.] Susday Next, "Jcly 1, 1906. wesixtjuv Church.—Trafalgar, 11 b.m,, Mr. Siugleton; Trafalgar, 7 p.m., Mr. Greea; ' Trafalgar South, 3 p.m, Mr. Singleton; Tliorpdale, 3 p.m., Mr. Giblett; TUorpdale South, 11 a.m., ilr. Akers; Narracan, 7 p.m., Mr. Giblett; m oe, 7 p.m., Rev. Edwards; Tanil South, 2.30 p.m., Rev. Edwards; Hill End, lla.m.Bev. Edwards; Swamp E., 3 p.m., Mr. Pollock. chcrch of ekgulsa—Rev. C. W. T. follows:—Moe, 11 a.m.; Swamp E., 3 p.m.; Yarragon, 7 p.m. (H.C.) Mr. C. r. Wilson will conduct services on Sunday as follows:—Slutdy ck., 11 a.m.; Trafalgar, 3 p.m.; Moe, 7 p.m. Presbyterian Cuctrch.—The Rev. J. a; Taylor will conduct services next Sunday as follyws:—Moe, 11 a.m; Yarragon 3 p.m.; Trafalgar, 7 p.m.