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MELBOURNE BUTTER AND CHEESE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
MELBOUtftfE BUTTKR'r-AND CHEESE* . iiARKKf. The GippsliS^i Butter factories* Co-operative Pro4a&e Company Limited (Sr. A. J. Wye-Si, jftanagei; report under date of June 23rd:— Cutter market. -'£lle ssuppljes on this jnarket were bir.^ly to requirements to-day, ;md although the prjcaaL asked were a little in advance of otV^f Stiates, business was not checked, an/ tba'market is clear. Ciioic?33t-Wes t enwr so?d: at Hid., and best Gipjbhmda faf llc?-to lljd., pooi*er qnjilitwQto 10|d# best separators tHd. to iO&fc.', dairv, S|d. to> 9£d. Egga—From Is. 5d. to Is. 9A\ thU. Cheese—old to o^d.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET. W. G. White, A Rtfbms, 491 to 497 Flinders Lane West, reports as follows:— Cheese.—Market Dull. Large supplies. Prime lines of new makes, 5£&lt;L to 6d. Medium, new; to 5±d. Loaf size Sid. to 6d. Inferior lots lower. Fresh Butter.—Market steady. Prime factory lump realised to ll£d., a few special lots-higher, prime separator, 9Jd to 9®d. good 8Jd. to 9d., poor lower. Eggs.—Market steady. Ordinary lines Is. id dozen. Private lines higher. Bacon.—Steady. Light town cured sides 5Jd. to Gd.; middles 7£d. to 6d.; hams to 7jd. lard, 4jd to 5d in bladders. Honey.—Prime extracted, 3d. to 3£d.; me dium,dull, to 2Jd. Beeswax Is. Id. per lb. Carcase Pork. — Firm. Friday only. Prime light weights, well-dressed, realised 4&lt;L to 4ja.; medium and heavy weights 2-Jd. to 3d. Choppers lower. Prime vealers to 3d, others 2J&lt;i. to Sfd. Poultry.—Good demand for prime table birds, poor lots very dull Young roosters, good, realised Ss. &lt;Ja ...
MARKET REPORTS. WARRAGUL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
MARKET REPORTS. WARJIAGL'L STOCK SALE. '£Ej stew sr, to 6a ;slips, Ga 6d to 10» 6d Mores, I2s 6d BrasiasMi £4 lis; store do., beat, £3 to JOa 3 second da, £2 5e to £2 15a ; other*, from 40a ; milkers oud springers, best, £7 to £& lOs-tlw Tatter bei«$ en Ayrshire c0wr the property of Mr G. \V~ Anderson ; secosd *>., £5 10s to £6 J Ob ; others, from £* DOb ; springing heifers (bacons). £4 to £4 16?, do.,2yrs, £3 to £3 5s; do., ISraos., £2 Jo £2 10. , do. poddies, l*st. 20, to 25s ; sum*
MULTUM IN PARV[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
I MULTUM IN PARVO. Sloe police court to-day. Narracan shire council to-morrow. An elephant can carry a load of 50001b. with ease. Advertise in this paper and your business will prosper. One-third of the earth is controlled by the Anglo-Saxon race. The annual loss of vessels of the world is calculated at abont 2200. The engine of an express train uses about ten gallons of water a mile. Intemperance annually causes f)00 persons in Prussia to commit suicide. Out of every 100 shjps passing through the Suez Canal, 91 are British. Great Britain has diplomatic representatives in about 50 foreign coun . tries. i Jennings and Mclnnes' next fortnightly sale at Trafalgar on Saturday July 7. Subscribers to the Trafalgar library are steadily increasing. The same at Hoe. Mathieson *&lt;i«2 Davis fortnightly cattle sale at Trafalgar on Saturday, July 14. All descriptions of Job Printing executed at the News office—quickly, neatly, cheaply. The Egyptians considered it unhealthy to wash a ch...
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
MELBOURNE PIG MARKET. Messrs, Adamson, Strefctle and Co. report under date 21st June:— A good supply came forward to-day, 1770 being yarded. Stores.—^or strong sorts of good quality last week's price's were fully maintained, small descriptions still being dull at eztremely low prices. A few extra quality were purchased by the trade from 16s. to 19s.; good strong sorts for fattening, from 12s. to 14s.; medium, 7s. to 10s.; slips and suckers, 4s. to 68, Porkers.—This class wa3 largely supplied, tku3 bulk consisting of good and useful quality, with a fair propor- i tion of prime light-weights. The demand fairly well sustained throughout at last week's rates, prime heavy making from 28s. to 31s.; prime medium, 24s. to 27s.; and light, from 20s. Bacon P/gs were moderately represented, and comprised chiefly prime quality heavy weights. The market opened firm for prime quality at slightly imprqved rates. Prime and weighty, from 40s. to 45a. (a few extra choice pens to 49s. 6d.); medium and...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET'. Messrs. Adamson, Sfcrettle and Co. report under date 22od June:— The yarding to-day was smaller than last week. The quality, as far as store cattle and young stock were concerned, was not so good but there is little or no alteration to report in prices for these classes of stock. The milking section was much better represented in quality, and the demand for good dairy cows more keeu, with an improvement in values. Our principal lots realised to £11 20s., to £11 5a., to £9 5s., to £8 17a. 6d., to £8 12s. 6d., to £8 15s.; and drafts for various owners to £8. Springers. —Moderate yarding of forward cows making last week's prices. Best made from £7 10s. to £8 12s. Gd.; good, from £G 10s. to £7 5s.; best springiug heifers from £6 10s. to £7 10s. one pen of 12 nice daiiy sorts made from £7 2s. 6d.; medium and backward, 'from £4 to £5; and in lines at from £3 10s. to £3 15s. dry dairy cows from £3 10s. to £4 5s.; store cows, from £2 10s. to £3 10s.; ^second qualit...
TRAFALGAR. DRAMATIC CLUB. TO BE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
TRAFALGAR. DRAMATIC CLUB. TO BE CONTINUED. A general meeting of members of the Trafalgar dramatic club was held in the mechanics' institute last Thursday evening, about three-fourths of the members being present. The minutes of the meeting at which the club was formed (about 15 months ago) were read and confirmed. Mr. Rolls was voted to the chair, and explained that the object of the meeting was to decide on whether the club should be continued or cease to exist. Owing to the loss of their stage manager (Mr. Delany) and one or two other prominent members nothing had been done during the past six months. There was a small sum of money in hand, and a recenlty formed club at Lillvdale had offered to purchase the scenery, Ac. It was necessary that a decision should be arrived at either to continue the club or to wind up affairs. Personally lie favored the former course. The difficulty had been to get a gentleman competent to undertake the duties of stage manager. This, he believed, had ...
AUCTION REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
AUCTION REMINDERS. Messrs. Jennings and Mclnnes. Trafalgar stock sales first and third Saturdays in each month. Next Bale-July 7. Messrs. Mathieuon and Davis. Trafalgar stock sales second and third Saturdays in each month. Next sale—July 14. Messrs. Mathiesoif"and Davis. Moe stock sales last Wednesday in each month. Next sale —July 25. Messrs, Skews and Patterson. Yarragon a took sales monthly. Next sale—July 3. Messrs. Adamson. Strettle and Co. Melbourne stock sales as follow—Newmarket, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays; Corporation Yards, Thursdays and Fridays. ' I For Childrena Hacking Cough at Night, i' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Is. 6d.
HOW THE HOME-MAKER SHALL CEASE BEING A DRUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
HOW THE hOME-MAKER SHALL CEASE BI!NG A DRUDGE. Why is it & i many women become merely the household drudge? Nobody can deny that women of the great middle class, whose husbands bring in small but fluctuating incomes, have far too much co do. Ia there a cure for the bother, the strain, the weary, dreary round of toll that blots out the romance and takes away the joy and kills the sentiment that should sweoten every cup? Assuredly there is a remedy for every ill if people are brave, frank, and independent. We are all a bit too anxious to putthe best foot forward, a little too ready to sacrifice reality for show. This is our weakness. Because my neighbor does thus or so, I too must do as she sets the example. The pace is tremendous when we are marching to the music of drums that are heralding an overweening ambition. Yet there is a cure within reach. Women, mothers in particular, need to see life as a whole, to be saner, to start anew. Shabby carpets and faded draperies should ...
WIT AND HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
WIT AND HUMOR. The women of Seattle have organ teed for the purpose o£ training ser\x=req-\ vants—not "in the way they should go," but in the way they should stay] "I say, waiter," said a man in the restaurant, "how do you pronounce margarine? Is it marjarine or mar plied the waiter confidentially. Doctor: When can you pay me my bill for curing you of insomnia? ^ Patient: I don't know, doctor. I soundly now that my wife 'Peace and Quietness'" Mr. Simpson (after examining thft picture): Oh, T suppose it's because there are no female figures in it. "You can't imagine," said the musical young woman, "how distressing it Is when a singer realises that she haa lost her voice." "Perhaps not," replied the plain young man; "but I've got a fair Idea how distressing it is when she doesn't The Minister: Woi Id you like to come and be my little boy, Robert? Bobby (promptly): No, sir. Minister: Why not? Bobby: Mamma says you get about twenty pairs of slippers every Christ Ing very gloomy. Brown: ...
TEMPERANCE MATTERS. GENERAL ITEMS. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
TEMPERANCE MATTERS. GENERAL ITEMS. _ fCommunicated.! "Avoid alcoholic liquors."—Ahmed Madrale. "Alochol from the standpoint of health is the germ of death.—Hack\x=req-\ en6midt. "The place of alcohol for good is a very limited one, and for evil very extensive."—Sir Launder Brunton,» M.D., F.R.S. The Victorian Government propose certain amendments in the Licensing Act which, if they become law, should have a beneficial effect on a large section of the community. Newfoundland has a population of 220,984, but only 99 liquor shops; in 30 years the island has decreased its consumption of liquor by one-fourth, while its population has increased by over 70 per cent. Last month the annual dinner to the retiring mayor ("Dunedin N.Z.), was held in the Palace hotel, on total abstinence principles, and by common consent the function was one of the most successful ever held. There are nearly 200 abstaining members in the British House of Commons, viz., 118 English, 29 Irish, 26 Welsh, and 21 Sco...
IF YOU WOULD BE BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
IF YOU WOULD BE BEAUTIFUL. Though all iVomen are not blessed with beauty, few are devoid of some charm which can be cultivated. The woman who studies her appearance will find that once she discovers how to arrange her hair becomingly, she has overcome her greatest difficulty. A clear complexion and beautifully kept teeth are another charm. A few extra minutes spent night and morn-1 ing, a little care' over dietary, «&lt;t little self-denial in the matter of sweets and pastry will soou work wonders in this direction. Physical exercise are also i an aid to beauty.; they not only help to improve the complexion, but also the figure. Care In putting on one's clothes. In making a study of what is becoming— both in color and style—is of infinite value. Too often such details are neglected by plain women, who, if they i would only spend half the extra tjme their pretty, sisters do over ^finishing touches," would be amazed at the results achieved. - *
WOMEN'S AMBITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
WOMEN'S AMBITIONS. The weaker sex are fond of boast-) lng of the prepress of women of to\x=req-\ day—how the latter cau no longer be regarded as inferior to man, in view of their many and varied attainments. In this way the progressive woman will argue, when one ventures to assert that many women of to-day fail in what should be their true ambition and aim. This ambition should be ideal domesticity, which so many of those who talk of women's advancement seem to ignore. In spite of woman's superior education and know ledge, it-is extremely doubtful if the average home of to-day is any better kept, or more economically or scientifically managed, than it was fifty or sixty years ago. Modern wives have in many cases yet to learn the art of living happily and peacefully with their husbands and children, as well as the proper management of the latter; for It is a notorious fact that, generally speaking, the children of to-day are far behind those of years ago in regard to filial duty and ...
SINGULAR HEREDITY THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
SINGULAR HEREDITY THEORY. An interesting theory on the apparent persistence of marks produced by particular trades beyond the lifetime of the individual haB been advanced by Professor Anderson. Owing to the pressure of .the shoe and last, for example, the shoemaker acquires a depressed-sternum; $nd Professor Anderson asserts that a'sjddlffied 'sternum may exist in a member of a shoemaker's family who has not practised the craft Again, in tailors, the hair is apt to disappear from the outer eurr face of the legB, and, according to Professor Anderson, the characteristically smooth skin surfade is observable ii those descendants who do-not follow the hereditary craft. If these asser-, tlons can be proved, here are apparently undoubted cases of the transmission of acquired characters. .. .
HOW HOME LIFE IS SPOILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 28 June 1906
HOW HOME LIFE ?S SPOILED. Some housewives are ever in a white heat. They work wit'i the strength and velocity of an aralanche, until finally they bury beneath them all the peace and comfort t'nat should be found at home. The constant obtruding of small things ^vhlch takes so much of a housewife'-^ strength and time and patience is Just what -fhe young wife has not plenned for. It 1b here that orderliness will prove the salvation of the home and of the woman herself. This means constant striving to keep the machinery of the home well oiled, and this important duty devolves upon the wife herself Otherwise friction will ruin the most ideal home relations in a short time.
COUNTING THE COST OF LUXURIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 July 1906
COUNTING THE COST OF LUXURIES. In home management there is much wisdom in counting the coat before we indulge in too many luxuries. Parents who can deny their children notliing, careless housewives who do not practise frugality, are apt to come to shipwreck through their remissness in not counting the cost. Far better to wear a shabby coat or a faded gown than to be hampered and handicapped by the expense of a new one which cannot readily be paid for. Far better eat plain fare than purchase delicacies which unduly tax the purse. Far better let the beloved one sometimes wait for a pleasure than procure it at risk to the health of au over-worked father or mother.
A Desert Indeed. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 July 1906
A Desert Indeed, It was the geography lesson In the infants' class, and the patient teacher, was doing her best to instil into the minds of the children the meaning of the word "desert." "So you see, children, a desert is a great place where nothing will grow, ■Now, then. Tommy Snooks, I don't be* lieve you are listening." "Yes, I am, teacher." "And do you know what a desert is?" "Yes, teacher; a place where nothing will grow." "That is correct. Now give me an instance of one of the world's deserts. "My daddy's head, teacher." was thy unexpected response.
JEALOUS BROTHERS [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 July 1906
JEALOUS BROTHF"*' Where brother sister nave ueeu brougMulUo«|gfcf-u1?^^^ low's head than to make a companion • him. ' He considers his sister unreasonable, ad cannot understand why she should wish to be monopolised by what he considers to be nothing but an "outsider." Moreover, he allows the demon of Jealousy to gain complete mastery over him, and a feeling of distrust is born between the brother and sister. He feels shamefully neglected, and con' siders sisters inconstant and shallow, considering In his heart of hearts that the older a girl grows the more she deteriorates. A jealous brother should be leniently dealt with, or he will make a life-long enemy of his sister's choice; and a newly-engaged girl, under such circumstances, should not show too clearly —as she generally does—that her brother in future must be content with a merely secondary place in her affections. She should coach her fiancee not to notice her brother's rudeness, and after a while there is no doubt that he wi...
HOW TO TREAT YOUR LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Yarragon, Trafalgar & Moe Settlement News — 5 July 1906
HOW TO TREAT YOUR LOVER. Do not, if you know he has had othur Love" affairs, be constantly alluding to them In your conversation. Such matters are better left alone, and you may rest assured that he cares for you, or he would not have honored you by asking you to be hia wife. Do not set your face against his going In for innocent amusements, but should you see liim being led away by bad companions, endeavor to persuade him to give up such habits, which can lead to no good. Do not forget, when accepting him, that you are not taking him merely to form a iover of a few idle months, but as the husband of a whole lif etime. A girl cannot exercise too mucn care in choosing one to occupy that position. Do not encourage him in spending his money on needless trifles, but remember that no young.lover can hope to marry you until he has a fit home to which to take you. Do not, above all, allow a trivial , matter to cause a serious quarrel between you. Such a misunderstanding will, If you truly ...